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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: March 6, 1908
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Volume ID: VID00323
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Osceola signal
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.r..tau.y Kissimmee City. 1908. "Voj'\X, INofi
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Ex-Speaker House of Representatives and a* Brilliant Orator, J p ,
Congressman .Sparkman Introduces
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fill Prohibition ( ami all Bill. [bodying Features of Don. I Speaking
address the Voters of Osceoln' County on the ,Question, !

itlzeiis are hn''. ) cnr his views :(oii tilts Illin..ortullt'1'PlJlc.' Ladies arc especially egan' Resolution.
At tlu tact session of the legislature<
J invited.:'' Come. itd,)hear this able mil II., my resolution. Arthur memorializing E:. Donegan Introduced,COIIWPBB I to a II . ,"

'rrMI 4 I authorize the Stale of Florida to makean '
". f official survey of the IIn'l1rve'edland. ,.
.. ./ .. 4n the state, which resolutionwas , .
adopted. by both houses. ; -NpwidUpltcliei .

;. MtNamec \Will Speak Opposite Post Office in Kissimmee port S:, M.Introduction of' Sparkman thin from resolution Washington embodying of a and bill/doubtless bv Ihe now lion features ie--, '\. ,;,.''.-,\ ,: -Ofr:f , .. '

.. the bill will become a national law. .. : .
,Large: areas of lands In the southern
portion of the state has e never" been t .. .
March 5th 7.30 P. M'a surveyed, and the Stale Department "" -
Thursday .. '
, of Agrlvulturo ha" impossible ., '
these lands surveyed the
to hale by ,
.. : Federal Government every request / ;
I Friday, =, ,March. 6th, 7.30 P.._'M. for such a survey having been declined :
by the Land Department at ,
Washington. .

;F Saturday, March 7th, 2 P. M. 'and Night courts only The official,government and, the ur\ev government survey recognized being refusing by the the 'Ssos'1! f

to act, the. Tallahassee authorities
In it :
were placed a dilemma as was
no use for the state to undertake the 0
And. ..challenges.All' Comers .to Joint'Debate. ttnrvevunions! the, survey, .should be

b recognized as official. .................................._............... .
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by congress, the Donegan resolutionwill .. .
a l1aler'ed Its purpose. and the '
State Agricultural Department will be .

': Mercantile. Protective Association extricated l Inaction, has been of from the placed the Federal dilemma by reason Government ih' of whichit the, We Have a .Saappy\ Line; ' ,

The stale will then be empowered 'to

Of the State of Florida. (l I complete r\tor\ )'. the official. survey of Its. tor-. to Select From. R; r -

:ii (The full text of the Donegan*,resolution .
and of the Sparkman bill Is given ... ,. :lo ,
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DON109AN HKHOL.UT1O.V./, ............. ..............-- ...-.....-..........-. -' ; ''. 1
Prominent Clergymen ,A Memorial (No. 9)) u> the Congress 1NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNA : :
many of the United States In Regard! to ..
Legislation! AulhorUlnflr' the Stale of
.Florida to-Make an Oltictal Surveyof ,
all Unsurvejed Lafldit Patentedby Neat Pair of
the United Statel to the State. ".
Are Opposed to Prohibition Whereas: Large portions of the .* :
State of Florida remain uosurveyed '
.' end the United States Government has Shoes Add Much
.: declined to make said surveys for the s
., reason that the greater part of uosur
veyed lands-have been patented to the
State andWhereas. ; -41
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It is doubtful whether a to a Man'spearance. Apt ,,: :

>:;The' ,General. Sentiment Prevails That Prohibition Fails to survey the-undertaken consentand by authority the State of wIthout the . \\ .

United States would Abe' properly .
' ,.. deemed an offlcTa-1 surrey; therefore" .:
Prohibit and Many Advocate High ,Licenser:: Be it Resolved by the Legislature ol : . :
the State of Florida: .
... That the Congreav of the United ,.- .
States be requested to ass. an Act ,
authorizing: the State of Florida to -
survey all lands wlthlrr. the State that. . \
may hare. been uosurveyed by the .' .

Washington, D. C., Feb. 20 (Special Dispatch).-Congress and'ardent, prohibition,workers ,seeking same United to State tie. the"date of patent of . .., T5 T-:

IsraJ prohibition: legislation are immensely surprised at the very,large number,of prominent clergymen Resolved further That our Senator fi ;J" .'
o are now opposing; prohibition. The developments show,that leading churchmen of ,two of the great -Ilepresentatlves In ,
rohes of the country--Catholic and Episcopalian arrayed against sumptuary laws not only by Congress requested to urge upon Congress the ,
; by*the States. The Hebrew Church and its members is even more solid than the other two, and to thesemay'be Importance to the State of such legislation 'lft'
b* l ItResolved ..
adfhd the Lutheran and several other churches. Heretofore clergymen opposed to prohibit ; further, That the Secretary- '-,... -
'\'have had X\to say, but for some reason/or'\ other they are becoming more outspoken. Private ad- o f State of the,9tate of Florida be requested '
ices to the eH*>| that many of the church leaders of the denominations named have come to the con- to furnish each of the Senators ..' .
Clusiot that in proportion as religious bodies press for prohibitory lawa they lose the aood'will of ,liberal- and Representative. $ aforesaid a. ,Boys, they
of this
I minded men and thousands of others who feel) that the church should accomplish what they desire in.the Approved copy May 22, memorial.1907.8PAKKMA1 . \ t a ,
"way of temperance by moral eforts And suasion.. % '
I.*.,*. Ci .. BILL. Look Good to
:"' VMrdlnal. Gibbons' Views. 'A bill authoYlzIng the State of Floridato ,-
make ap efficient survey of all un
: surveyedlands' patented. by the '. ., ,, ,' ". .'
Cardinal Gibbons,.the head of the.Catholic Church in this country, has recently given two authorized United States to the State of Florida Mel' /, ..: ,
interviews'putting himself on record as against the present movement, especially in the larger cities. He Be It enacted by the 'senate and l', -
favor hh license and local option in rural-communities and small towns. The pope-at Rome has recently house representatives of the United
States of America in
F authorized a similar statement as to his opposition to congress aasem '
lIweepinasumptuary laws. Archbishop Messmer, of bled.thatthcStateof Florida hereby NN\N\N\\NNNN\N '
I Milwaukee is"not only c out; against attempts to reform men by law, but he thinks the army"haaj im- authorized to'survey all unsurveye ..
mensely harmed by the anti-canteen laws. Of the same church, there is Rev. Daniel J. O'Sullivan, rector lands within 'said state, which have .
'of"St. Mary's Church at St. Albarts, Vermont, who announces himself in complete accord with Cardinal heretofore been patented by the linked I. ".
QiUbons.. States government tQ the State ofFlo'rlda. If' ",' f .
and to prepare and make all ,, c
1' s Bishop Donohue.of West Virginia recently wired friends in the West Virginia Legislature protesting necessary plat,,* and ma pa. of such : ". ',,,. ......
against ; prohibition legislation that State. He asks for high license$ with heavy penalties for surveys :
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: Many\ Episcopal) Dignitaries. New Candidates.; ,', 1\' ....
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E Stronger than the Catholics are the Episcopalians, headed, by .Bishop Potter, of New York; Bishop week will be found, the name' of the

Satterlee., of Washington; ; Bishop Webb of Wisconsin; Bishop C, C.: Grafton, of the same church: Bishop services followinggentlemen\ to the public who for offer the offices.their

Hall, of Vermont, and numerous others, backed by their clergymen. Bishop Potter declares that "enforced set opposite thp lr names: .
'tp( I total abstinence has been in America, the parent of immeasurable, dishonesty and hypocrisy. From this it ForState Attorney--Jno C. Jones Beautiful. Line of {
would seem that the best temperance movement was that which in a,free land-inculcated the principle For Tax Collecior--C. L.. Bandy. "
For pountv Judge-W.I) Johnston
N'S, ..elfrestrj.lntBishop Satterlee denounces prohibition, as it exists in most States, especially in Maine, as For County Commissioner S DOROTHY DODDOXFORDS
ha huge fraud. Bishop Webb says his churches not radical l in its views, and Bishop Hall says;, "Prohibition,. Stralton..
,drives the mischief sought to be corrected " For Supervisor ofHea-lsLr.tloD-J
[ underground. Prohibition here is not practical. Of clergymen'i .
?" V? the same church there are dozens openly against prohibition, notably among them being Rev. William A. A. Lancaster. 'x
For Clerk .pf Circuit CouM- ''
n; iMrtotoj of Grace Episcopal Church at Ri>rhead.. L. I., who successfully led a movement that refehe Doneean. A E. $2.50 to $4.OO $1637 ,
f license form of whiskey control in his town, after it had been dry two years; Rev. Jos. P. Mc- For 1tt"i" presentative-W.'Has..' Sr.
1 ma:#;, rector of St. Ann's Episcopal Church Annapolis..Md., who goes"' so far as to disapprove of local For Treasurer--B.C. Miller .
tion; Rev Walter C. Haupt of Philadelphia; For County Commissioner: L.
( Lesley. .
?$c, The Jewish: rabbis are so Unanimous ort the subject I it is hardly necessary to pick out names. Dr. Emil For County Commissioner' II -. ,..NNNNNN11N.NNNNNNNNNNISEE 'ti
K'Hirsctr'of' _Sinai Temple, 'Chicago is very clear in his views. He does not ,think the appetites of the Walker.
t Bople can be regulated\ by law any more than they can be forced to accept any particular sort of religion. For.Membe J?: School Board-\'\'. C.

_he'Jew 19 pointed to as.a model of sobriety the world over, and the claim is made that he learns temper- Bass For. Tax Assessor-J. L., Over at';-;: I OUR SHOW WINDOW.- ,
.nce while growing up as a -- For Sheriff-C, F..Prevail. ( .

r.I': In'the cities of Louisville, Lexington and Newport Ky.. there are said to be twenty ministers opposed I
.prohibition; among them Rev. James P. Barry, Dean Capers and Rev. Edward S. Muller, at Lexington; Floyd Will Open Up Araln.Peghorn "

''r fev..Thos, F. John, Rev. C. J: Zimmerman, Rev. Dennis MurphjTR'ey.: L. E. Johnson Rev. Chas. E. Graik. Pla., March 4, [1H>8. '
a ; sv: William Du Hamel, at Louisville; Rev. Thomas Cooney, Rev. Jas. A. Broerman, Rev Fred. Knapp To My Patrons: t :
,. Nalhias'Leick. at Newport.USINESSL. : My storehouse and stock of goods COME AND SEE r
WIv having been destroyed by fire. I am l
"' compelled to call on those who are indebted -
to me to make payment at
.ASSOCIATION once. If you cannot pay all, a por- "
tion of your account will be duly appreciated. '

la I expect.-to a short time to open up : ;: '

".,/ C. :T.'I DOTY, :'Chairman t T. M.'.DOZIER; SEcretarEXECUTIVE' again stock again of rect'lve10u"with new a. new goods patronage store, when and I ,hope a full to 5. I W.DAN'N% ;

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:, & ** "HY GI1LLARD, PEN'QJ.TLETr and 'II' again too duty,,at-. the same Ii" ,

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A TEMPERANCE WORKER. pad, Outside as In. ' SPEER, BIFFS LOCKERS The question was recentlyasked In

s r : 'I <0 Prince Haseba. the distinguished 'TAMPA FIRE-SWEPT a newspaper, "What .U the most dismal INDIAN $ E. TQR$ '

4 i day. F'.ewata fa a 1 aiwa'.i. N.res ant; of profession?" Among those
Japanese referred at'a dinner In Spokane - Charges the Federal grand Jury. That
:.t Jlxx Raiedy..r to the that occurred to the British Medical "'' I.
well known
hit cation. cleanlinessof Ev.ry Member I*, Uabl for Tax Journal as having! a claim to, be considered

"If you should' visit a Japanese ae Retail. Liquor Dealer. Fifty-Five Acres In Florida were grave -digging scavenging Go ;.on Verbal "'War path"

house" he said "loll..would be obliged City Laid in' Ashes.. '. listening to Par01amenta.ry> orations and- en Floor of Upper .
through'an' all-night pitting
to, remove your shoes at (fhe door Judge Emory 8peer, in ,the' federal

way. Japanese floors are very beautifully court at Savannah da.,, Thursday the writing of poems-or articles
Vm kept I know of that nobody' reads. The washing of
some houses hurled bombshells Into some fifteen
where thirty er forty servants have locker and social club of the cUy EIGHTEEN BLOCKS BURN done dishes may be made Interesting' If REPARTEE WAS DRAMATfc tA

no other duty than the polishing of sclentiflcaliy.Don't ,
liquor 1* dispensed All .
I ho"-floor -
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caught It, from the rich man's club to
"A young Japanese student =
&, In London had the misfortune.tu"yIn to- the' poor man'a, and the'1' members, aa Northeastern action of City Hard ,Hit., i blame 'the leap year maid for Owen of Oklahoma, and Curtis cfKaneta. -, ''

live la an apartment house where well as the officers, of all are held '11- Over 300>BullJlngs, Including 8ver . trying to make for: herself.; Both of Whom Boast Blood*

;rs P, the janitor did not keep the hall In able to $500( fine The grand jury was .f Large Cigar- Factories.* of the Red Man, Lock' Horns i

r very good condition. It was 'a great, so'charged. XTIiat, Causes Headache '

Ii. change to- hint, and' he Ml It keen The court said: "If the charter*are .Destroysd-Loss" 'heavy*>. Prom October to May, Colds are the moet In Debate i

J A l ly. lu-violation of state law "or' are Dull fiequept\ ) cause of e"dR btL.lIIal i... -

1t.., t H" "On the approach" winter' the Jan. and void for any reason And therefore The.. entire northeastern section of llrt.tno; JDlniao. removos, cauae. IiV.. 'Wa.Mneton'speclal says: One' f.
throve on bor.< ,23c.
; ,f', N ,Hot put up In the entrance'' the no- do not authorize these,locker clubs"to Tampa, Fla.,, coniposing the'city proper the most dramatic scenes ever, witnessed -"

ttj.j: Yt lice, 'Pleaae wipe your feet.' carryon the business'of retail liquor WM destroyed by fire wlilch raged When a 'wIse'mantl': too tired to In the senate was enacted., Thursday ,,
"The "
he observed young this Japanese the first night dealers, and If. under the coyer of from 9 a. m. to 1 p. m. Sunday. -The think his talk Is sure to sound foolish when Senator Robert I* Oweri."of;'" ,
notice took
out a
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charters Individual become
I ; pencil and added to It. 'On going area burned covered flfty-flve'acres or Oklahoma Insisted In tragic't>Mes fcnd! '
members of an association and by eighteen one-halt '. Bronriiial .
out -Seattle Post .IDtel1lce ceT. and blocks and three row. Troches face much' 'a
'Ii'j wtlli showing emotloo "UAt '
I ,, .. membership due or their hundred and eight buildings were de- have a world-wide repptatioa'for curIng )
I 1:1 Ij1..".-; ",;' ; HJ f means for the -purchase and .maintenance stroyed. with a total lose' estimated cough.,-sore throat. and relieving the five tribes of civilized Indiana eta: : "

'f ." Abe a ,Good Penman. of Its place of business Its para t' 68DOOOA! < bronchitis and asthma. dead, and that he. as a member, onbe 4

: "Abrahamr%. not un-,' *

III/Ih .:; Austin Oollabar. "was an unusually ' dealt out to them. a. called for, (they large and one smaller cigar factoriesand sorry for a himself.busy man has time- to feel der the control ot lbo secretary"of the y. r'

rJ4' ,'l bright boy at' school, and each become .liquor dealer. In( contemplation numerous -restaurant, saloons, : e ,'

h/lht.:;..,. made splendid progress in his stud of' both state, and national', boarding houses and over two hundred Interior, -
J I... Indeed he learned faster than law." dwelling Itcn cured in 30 minutes. by Woolford's The event was rendered all the motiDtere.Ung *
fcy cigar maker
anyone-f. else tn. the school. Though of Sanitary Lotion. .K ever full. -At druggists.. the 'factthat :
J MI" sleep Paaatla.ISS The keynote Judge Speer's charge The factories burned were M. /Stachel-- WrtVWP .l>MMAMv M S. by Mr.Owftli' ;
u, BKSSIE-FAnnKIX: 1011 Third so younV he, studied very hard. lie was the statement that "Jhe protection : berg A 'Co., los "01>.001>; M-' Perez A,, ;!- was sharply engaged IQ controveriyVy ,

U.A.e.. Brooklyn, N. Y., is President of would get splceWood brushes, pack of Botuhern womanhood was Ute In,! Co., loss $50.000; Gonzales Fisher ft IMPORTANT'THING TO KNOW.: : Senator Charles, Curtis of Kansas;, himelf .--t .t. ,.
e Young People's Christian them upon a log and/burn. them two (examining medical stu l I
Temperufteisaociaiion. Kaw
Indian. It
splratloa of state a- was the. first
She writes: or three together for the purposeof our prohibition law. Co., load" $40,000; Esberg Qunst A CP., dt"nO-"Jt) 'you are called out to-a\ f
"Pei-una is ) lie discussed ,the excise tax and of' time that two men' with Indian" blood ; ;
blood eertainlr.a valuable nerve and giving light evening by which ho branch Stachelberg loss UI>.OOO ;, patient, what lethe first question, tvf'
remedy to build up the dwelt at length on the .race questionand I Ferntndes ft In their veins had ever locked horns as
rokeadown health of worn-out woman. might pursue his studies." Brother loss $21>.000. you would J ask? III: V.
I fcave found by personal experience that "It was considered at that time" attributed the 'Crimea of'the negro. All factories carried large 'stock of Medical Student--"Where he lives!!' senators ,tin -the senate chamber.( ;

it rngth.acts aa assisting a wonderful the restorer of lost sold one of his early trlepds "that to whisky: :"Such' crimes will disap tobfccco and cigars.' : The area swept Philadelphia Inquirer The controversy arose In connection *

t. ,ncl; digest the food stomach, and budding to assiml Abe wan the best penman In the pear from our civilization when the by fire embraced all that portion of with the consideration of the Indian : t

worn-out eesion to tissues. In my Work I have had neighborhood. One day, while he brain of these descendants the savage the city between< Twelfth and Michigan .. 'Catnrilt. Cannot) lie Cured bill, and was precipitated by an efforti e. '
recommend *
to women. it-freoly,. especially. was on a visit at my mother's, I asked of darkest Africa' Is no longer In. avenue and Sixteenth and Twentieth with APri-ICATIONB, Km they cannot on the part of Mr. Owon to haye ,tl\&t

"I know of nothing which U better" to him to' write some copies for me. flamed by" poisonous stimulants" said alr eets. r loran I.e seal of the di........ (Ca bill so amended as to recognize -uis .
mfld up the strength of a young mother He vary willingly consented. He Judge Speer. tarrh I I. blood or iontitution ditenM, citizenship of the five civilized
It originated in house tribesof
fact all the ailments peculiar to women, a boarding and In order to t take) internal
n I am pleased. to give it my hearty endorsement. wrote several of them, but one of He declared that the prohibition on Twelfth avenue and fannad by a remedir 1f.1.t'aturb: 'Jure i* taken Indians by putting the word "late" t4
." thorn 1 have never forgotten although internally, and act directly em the blood
would not before this designation
with Georgia and calling
stop strong wind spread out, fan shaped
Dr. lUrtmsn has prescribed 1'enins formany a boy at that lime It Was and mucous surfaces. Hal C'atarrb Cure
tliousan4 women, and he never fails. this nor' with the south.. Strong drink defying the force of the fire department la not a quack medicine. It was prescribed them "(he late five civilized tribe" lbit.
to receive a multitude of letters like the ., :- he said Lad forever been banished which waS crippled fay by one of the best physicians in tun, country Curtis Interrupt Mr.;
'bore, thanking him for the wonderfulwnefits 'Good boys who to their books apply very for year and U a regular pros rlJ1tion. "
received. V.'lll 1:11 be great men by and by.' from the state of Georgia and even weak'water pressure, owing to the It is composed of the boat tonic known I Owen before the Oklahoma senator bad a
I Mxnlln the Ideal Laxative. now the senior senator from Georgia smallness of the mains In that sec combined with the best blood purifier, acting -' concluded bin first sentence.

-- .--- ----- llillion Dollar _. was reeking to secure congressional tion. Occupants of over two hundred perfect directly combination on the, mucous of the two aurlflce ingredient. ine "But! Interrupted 'the Kansas 'senator . w

% Grass. enactment on the subject. dwelling houses thrown Into a panic u what produce. such wonderful results in "your property Is under the con ;
GRIP Moet remarkable grub of the century Judge discussed rushed curing Catarrh. Send lnrleUniontal.tree.. !. trol of the of
Speer the visit of out secretary the
Good for three routing crops annually. attempting to'1aVe! but little V. JTCllKNET: : 4 Co., I"ro"... Toledo U. Interior i'
letai down One IowA farmer on 100; acre. cold $3- the officers of his court to one of the of) their belongings. One fatality Sold by Druggists, iirice 75c. and"you& ; know It." *fiS? ,__i

the bars. 800.00 worth of seed. l and had 3(10)( ton. of locker cluba In the city. He reiterated Is reported, a Cuban woman In a deli :l'ake1111'* Family i'llla tor constipation. "I do not," retorted Mr. Owen,. .jfW' ;

I1 W TIM trouble b II .1 lmM lisy besides. It is immense. Do try it. his statement that every member of cate condition who dropped dead from Mr. Curtis Insisted upon his view 'of '

.1 1J r warning. TIM. bM( of send l lo ron the lOc AND THIS NOTICE Jocker club was a retail liquor dealer. the .hock. oar bod.bdng recruoJ: I from It Costa to Run a Big City. the status of the Oklahoma senator ,
the_pest ...ITCH el John A. SAlzer Seed Co La
e.t.a but Grill ..... CrosM, Wis., to pay postage etc. ,and Tho grand jury has no cltzena; of bel''burning: home with difficulty. In It costs New Yorkers $31 a hen-1 Ua did not contend that the property' $
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you the only original Savannah It of
Week' e.ep-w..a _u...,ti...1: _II II...,. bout catalog published in md on care having been taken lif 1 big factories It Will possible onlyto the senator from Oklahoma, aside ,
ansr4 sad ve.k klda.ya,1wtpI"-... \ak. plea y1 Million Dollar America Or M. with Macaroni aam- to draw Its members from. adjacent save the moat variable of record, In Chicago rt costs only $13 a bead l from that owned as a member of the '

i JOHNSON'S .S?: TONIC Wheat, the sly miller mixer, Sainfoin the counties.: boohs,''etc., and the valuable stocks of and cltlzenj are provided with police, Cherokee trib.e of Indians, was under
dry soil luxuriator Victoria are sanitary and other protection
lUpe the 20o
I.fl.iaotea II set.n diifood ... Mains. buried a ton green food producer Silver King leaf tobacco and manufactured cigars common! .to' large cities. In Buffalo the secretary but that his tribal properly
sag eneothYtet yielding 173 bu. etc" CHIEF CREDIT-TO ROOSEVELT.For ready for shipment l left'tp the was. "I think you ought to
:i.aweHvmi au slMui1D : : parley per acre etc., was (be figure Is- $12; In Washington I not ,

Jehnsen' Chill s Fever-Tonic Ce. And if you .end Ho we.will add a pack: mercy' of the' flames. Bridgeport Schenectady and cities of be under control of the secretary'" ,, but ,
......._...h. Geergf4e. age of new farm seed never before seen Pesrvatlon of Game la Accordedby Citizens volunteered assistance to That sort $11 per capita pays the you are" he said. .i

.. 0 Nle Iwltboat mn.l WA1IT.". Crone by you.'VI.John. A. C.A.L.Saber. /Seed Co., La Buffalo BUI.' the bard-working firemen, but the tax; in .Houston-Tex., he-charge I Is "I agree." quickly I replied Mr..Owen/*"

"'t J ....,. Praise for President Roosevelt for spread of the flameji was,so rapid thatIftt'e under $10In/ lively Los Angeles "with the senator, from' Kansar,tliat I

his active Interest In forest and came effectual work cdald: be done; $7.60; Scranton and Seattle each collect ought not to be. I disagree wun-bIm

'J DOWfflKWVETYEATHElt> \ '. 1 James An Uncertain J. ,Hill the'Compliment.railway magnate preserves was a feature of a speech Among buildings other than factories $6.fiO, and Nashville Tean.. last that I am." a
William F. Buffalo the,. bottom .of the list of progrei. The dramatic Oklahoma'
on a recent visitto, Kansas City delivered by Cody ( destroyed were the hotels and tone of the '
said of a certain rise in stock Bill) at the fourteenth annual dinnerto sates of Perez a .Castro and Maximo sire cities with a taxation of about euatof startled the chamber. >The
COMFORT'AND $6 1 lea than
capita one-fifth of
per ,
+ t : the guides, trappeja. hunters and Caras six saloons, twelve restaurants two senators of Indian blood were
New York'a
.It looks well but I am afraid It officials ot the sportsmen show, In and ten boarding* houses. The lire The' tax facing each other twenty feet apar ,
: .bfforded by a average city throughout
!Is dubious. Yes, It Is dubious. It ,Madison Square Ga -deo. finally burned Itself out at the extreme the country Is probably between $10 They both appeared to have losT's11'

: I f reminds me of the Turkish baahaw, Game In the Wyoming forest reserves northeastern corner of the city. and $11 per capita, or almost exactly of all parliamentary rules and we"'

1 !nsssw .and his wife.w'"A4'urklsh. was more plentiful than ten Fully half of the people rendered the amount by which New.York carrying on a personal l colloquy:,

{ '. \JLICKER ? baflhaw lay. dylDe. He years ago chief 'credit for this ccradl-1 homeless were"out of''work, owing to has raised It. per capita figure la Mr. Owen proceeded: to aay the supreme -

1 summoned' to him the youngest' and Jon, Colonel Cody ''said being due to the duff season'ln the factories. and ,only nine yeen.-".-Broadway. court of tke United Stat .' bad
falreit of his forty-six wives, and said "
Gpurebl8h t... the president. < ;:V also practically out of funds and their declared that fDdla .-Uoldlng 'alotied.! ,
to weak voice
I. II M a low. ; ,. a ,' r
\ lands are citizens of the United "States.
..',' 'Put richest costume AT JADIESTOIVN.. '
Ouaranteed on your your problem -
} ., Rising to his his olivet
MURDERER full height
WnterprootkCAPUDINE mOlt.rlJllant jewels. :Deck :your hair :A newly-married l, couple was' tak
'3Cl9 with pearls brighten 'your finger tips Thwlnajfance: Is estimated at'1I0t Inc in the Jamestown Exposition colored face showing that his pride

EwrywhereH. with henna.. It Willie Rogers Pays' Penalty oji Gal Iowa efstnanTialf' of the loss. Telegrams "There's our biggest mlln--of.war.; had beenpricked by the .s'uenvsUoa f

::!" "The young wife blushed. Even In In Savannah JaIL were sent to Lakeland Bartow and dear," said the husband pointing to that be was under the control p the

her grief she was flattered. Willie Rogers was. banged Tuesday other nearby -towns for lire apparatus, onawof the vessels in the harbor. secretary of the Interior, and with'tone

1 1"CURES \lad why,-my lord/ she said Me In the county Jail at Savannah. The .but later. were countermanded.In Just then a little tug was seen puf most tragic Mr. Owen ,continued:. t.

.you desire me to. make this sumptu/ trap dropped at 1:13 o'clock and he the Stafchelberg factory was deItroecr'a flag around the big ship 'The Cherokee nation can demand no '

ft'_ Ml* CUB" toilet wag pronounced dead In flfteeTi min < solid silver case. in .which "And Is the little one a tug-of-war. allegiance from me. I owe them no ,
"T"tk* "*.3 j 'So that Death when he comes .6 cigars of the firm' displayed at the Tom?" asked the wife.-Success Mag- leglance. The allegiance '
..... utes. Tlve- crime .6 .6 .. were only I owe la'to'
man "seeing axine.
A. t! COLDS AND IWPEgr: beautiful may perhaps carry,you so you"very ofl ufes.Rogers murderedhis wife September world' fairs -expoiltlona.. valuedat my government of the United State; ,
$85.000 and to the
I i' -...... cad lassraia .... .. Mal Instead of me.' "Kansas City Time SO. 1906. state.of Oklahoma. say
-.. M ... ... e15 bMIl.u c...... He met his death In a calm manner At' the home of Mleuel Rodriguez, aclaf 'OLD UUOEOl't' the aupreJDil..court has passs Papoa

I had nothing to say and showed little maker the corpse of ,a child In a Found, Coffee Caused {land to Trem this matter, and I shall Insist That It l.-
No man Is a. dangerous as be thinks NO MONEY ADVANCED. -
concern aa to his fate. coffin awaiting funeral services, was ble. right hat the word 'lattf' shall be
yon think be I*. "For 2 cent I'd knock your block ,
cremated. The state mlljtla was placedon Included In that amendment'1' }

IIUR.GOOD: FORTUNE off"WellK said you the don't angry expect to furnish THREE .OV..NO.TWO GIRLS guard Sunday aught In the burned' The surgeon's !duties require clear Mr. Curtis then took the fioor."Wheai y

working district to prevent depredations.:: Judgment; and a steady band. A slip you made that statement about the: '
capital do youT"responded
After Tears Speat In Vain Effort. the other and calmer one. Composed Quintet Born to Mrs. Campbell or an unnecessary Incision majr do Irreparable Delaware being absorbed by the Cherokee -

,r' Mrs Mary E. H. Rouse of Cam- Philadelphia\ Ledger. of Bteubenvllle Ohio. SUDDEN DEMIST FOR HAMILTOS4 damage to the patient. tribe of which you are a member (

i bridge N. Y.._says: "Five year ago Five perfectly formed children were .- When he found that coffee' drinking you should have told how t'jwere. ,

I had a bad fall and It DON'T CUT TOUR CORNS.' born at Steubenville 0., Friday to Mr. Was Custodian of "Yellow Dog" Fund caused: his binds to tremble, an swallowed! up by the. Cherokee." he
bunions ,
If suffer with Hie.
affected you oornl. sera, surgeon conscientiously gave It
my klJney and Mrs. Campbell of for Insurance Companies.
Severe lnv callous spots on the feet or soft corns' between George Three np and this Is his story exclaimed pointing his' Index .finger'at
.back land hips became my the toe, go to your druggist or send the babes died within an hour after Andrew Hamilton formerly counselto "For )'ea... -t was a coffee drinker his antagonist v,

constant and sharp 85o. by mall for Anon"'. our INDIIK 0055. the 'birth. One boy and one girl will the New York Life and other Insurance until my nervous system was nearly Senator Carter came to the, rescueof

twlngea{ollowed any FAINT. It cures quickly and permanently live It Is said Three the children -compentes, and In charge: for broken down my hands trembled so I the senate and attempted to,ahow.. ;

I exertt o.TJI..ddne! ) flesh wtthout'euttingburning\and leaves no pain or "eating"or soreness the wore boys Mrs. Campbell weighs less many years of Insurance litigation and could hardly write and Insomnia tortured that both senators were right..' He

t secretions Were badly I Address TBS ABBOTT "0., Barannah Oa. than 100 pounds. The combined weight legislative matters! ..ln all parts of this meat night said be did not wonder that the Oklatoma -.- i

i$ disordered. ,,I' lost of the Infants was twenty-tare country end Canada was found dead 'Besides, bow could I safely perform senator resented the ldaAnat I he,,

flesh land grew too If a man: Is unusually polite a wo pounds In bed Sunday morning at his' home- operations with unsteady hand., was under the control oflheot sr'etary
/tweak to work. Though; >constantly In New York it using knives and instruments of precision '
man Is apt to.3.suspicious of him. city. the Interior. .
,toeing medicine I despaired being FOUR HELD FOR MURDItR.Killing' t When 1 saw plainly the bad ti
effects: ) of coffee ). decided to It.aad
cured until I began taking Ddah'a Hog Cholera. stop .
Kidney Pills. Then relief MOTHER'S HORRIBLE DEED. three years ago I prepared some PRINTING
The greatest drawback to thebog. of Dan Crews Leads to'W ol"
quickly and In a shor Hlme 'I .wa* Fostnm, of which 1 bad received a w
which breeders In this
industry country -
completely cured.. I am "now In excellent sale 'Arrests. Kills Three of Her Children Wound. sample Completed by
have to contend with Is what Is Investigator
health." Lon Dixon Matthew "The first cupful surprised me. It
known as "hog cholera" and "..wlneplague" Joseph Petty a Fourth and Suicides. Sent to President, '
I. Sold by all dealer 50 cents a box. was mild soothing, delicious.<<: At
n Foster-Mllburn 'Co.. Buffalo N.'Y. ;: Rhoden and Nat Rhoden were placedIn Mrs. J. C. Spires wife of a farmer this time I gave some Postum to a William S. UosUter, who was' app

Hog; cholera Is 'a highly contagious jail at Kolkston, Ga., Tuesday charged three miles ot Basil C Th : friend who was In. a similar conditionto I pointed recently by the pren dept ,10 '
Now 1 Is the time to do things: ; by disease and unless checked Is liableto with. the murder of Dan Crews at west Friday mlne; Tram the use of coffee, make an Inveatlgatloqi oftiio! .Sovernnient -

and bye I.I the time, to do nothing. carry off a great number of hogs- Batter, 'Fla., .Sunday. killed -three of her children, fatally "A few days after 1 met him. and printing office and iUbmlt. plan '4

4 MINARD'S- LINIMENT In-a Mr.very A. P.short Williams time. of Burnetts, One of the shots fired at Crews wounded a. fourth and then committed tie was full of praise for Postum. declaring for placing it "on a business basis, 'following

Cured My Aching Back Creek Ind. tells of an experience passed entirely through his neck and isulclde.( One of .the children. wasdrowned fee but he stick would to never Po tum.return We to"cof then- the suspension of Public',,Printer

: After trying nearly everything for two which be had with some hogs that Into the,arm of his nephew who was In a well and the others were ordered a full supply, and within Stilling, completed that work Saturday
::years writes J. Perry, 83 Ingraham St..K.!: had the cholera. "Five. years ago" riding with him. The shooting occur- shot and their throats cut. Mrs. Spires abort time my nervousness and consequent a- and presented! his report to'th.' D'
Provnence, a. I. To prove that It cares says Mr. Williams 'J. was in the employ red while Crews and his nephew were trembling well president: The l-epoh-wnr 'not be
took carbolic acid shot herself and as aa Insomnia
k. rheumatic pains.we will aend a special of Mr. J. D. Richardson, Lafayette on their way to church. .. cut her throat. The surviving child Is disappeared blood circulation became made public for several day.
i. bottle free upon request. Mlnard's LinlBnejnt Ind., as his barn foreman. Some normal
no dlxtlnesa
Mfg. Co., Booth Framlngham Haas.f. .. fine JWgs that ,! was feeding took the GOV. HUGHES REBUFFED. a boy four years old. Bashes."My. nor 'beat dt'

cholera. I gave them Sloan' Liniment
Ther. "are' slck-of-homo friend became a Postum enthusiast -
many yov.... and did not lose' Some --
a hog.
of New York, Senate, for Second Time, TO ARRANGE FOR PRIMARY. his whole family using It exclusively. : -
;the matrimony. .
ages on sea Fifty-Four New Cha..dWith
were jm bad they would not drink at Orleans ,j
His Recommendation.
3i riles Cared In 0 to 14 bays. wet milk anal I was' compelled to' Without word 'of 'comment debate "It 'would be the fault of the one Violation ,of Law. 1 ,
JPaae Ointment ,drench them'. I, have tried ''It at a or Alabama: Democratic, Campaign Committee who brewed tbe Postum If It did Fifty-four matter plumbers. of NeW ,
CM of Itehinf BlindDledlagorProtrudingfill. e"e".-'opportllnlty 'since. and. always. on: the merits o> the.question, by' Meste In Montgomery. taste good when served. Orleans and thresh plumbing flrme'_were to'._' '..
-in 0 to ll days or money refunded. COo. find It O. K." : a vote almost dupllcatln..tJiat of last "Tne .'
Member Alabama best food be spoiled Indicted grand ;
of the state democratic may If --Saturday'bt* -federal
Ola" the'New York'senate
Write for.Dr. Sloan's.Iree book Wednesday'or
"QeVbnsy": may not be good English, year not properly made. Postum should jury ,on charges violating. the Slierman
;the treatment of second' campaign committee gathered
Horses. Cattle. Hogs/ the time efu.ed to, con- be boiled according to '
but It's 'good' advice. direction on antitrustlaw.: These .Indictments -. '
and P9ulttAddre"L: Dr. Eart S. cur In the renewed recommendation'of In Montgomery Friday, at which time the pkg. Then It U all right '

d Mrs.'Wlnalow'sSoothlng BympforOhfldre*' Sloan .CIS' Albany street' Boston. Governor Hughes'that'Otto Kelsey be ,flOi l arrangements were made for tha can rely on It. it ought to any become one' makea total of over III .in.two", > y'0
tie.ILing..ottonathegaeur.duoe.ibfamr '- ,Mats: .- removed on the ground 'of'incompetency "stale primary on* May 'i'.":sessmenla 'the national drink. "Tbere'a days under the Shenuaa ffjp.,, Fridayeventytwo'labor :
r i aUA,.psjn.,cures wind colic,Mo a bottU a Heaaon. i
aA from the office of state superintendent on all candidates will be. .- Name given by Postnm CoT: : ttnlon, MpreBent..,.:"
Ant -made and .
loveiTl Is a"man, a woman |>Ick* It's a good thing to'avoid PeoPle,who Battle Creek. Mich. Read The dyes, members"of the dock: and oottoat.; "
of Insurance; -headquarter opened. Road '
::10'h ,herself away upon.. -consider: you a good thing.- ._ ; to WalWlle." lo pkga. .... council,,'being Indicted. .. >,-. *.t.
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maneatlycnrvd by Dr. KJbIe'. Or4a flerr TO SPECTACLZ'MWEARERSH
Restorer. trial bottle and treatise, free 'Ta. 9toI..ias yAes..Mya.pti.,0.l.reb, B.._...,. I

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A, guilty conscience needs no accuser b iooo*I.-i... 3taa:.:.=.! ..tI..I-a'''a..iVin I tUSSC*'*..

but It u.ualll-has.oDe.. aI.... .....'- 110.. ... s...#. t:. erl"",.v.. .
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''Look Tye Dr. ,0... bait... U.. -- y
That is lAuUn'Omo Quinine. .._Why p&rezor\lltallt. .
for tha signature of K. WrOroa.: Used ihs p '
aTHEFARMEKSHOME AND ACRES t World over to Cars a Cold in One' Pay. 35e: .pen podusltytodobNtot jo urbsJ.. >aj."

Conceit may puff a man up but It >Wms today fall {

!.,; Cars of Cows Ing a carpenter, 1 had only 'my own I does not boost him up. I II o o.< I _..
Urn fwan article t*
,' A dry floor, .good bed, a warm stallplenty judgment to go by. but was bound to I CURED HER THREE CH11DREH. 1 J..a M tha MM-ket Mill retain HenOaMUty eepwt.uo. sod gYIS

of wholesome feed1 and pure. try anyway. I made up my mind on I.. CHAS. A. GREEN OPTICAL .'CO1111BHOAP -
the start to have a good sized Souse If ,
water provided for the dairy cow when Girls Suffered with Itching Bcxcma-

f 'th. wintry winds are blowing and the I did not use It all, so planned to haveIt Baby Had a Tender SkiD, Too-, Johnson'sEiUUliliea' IT., COLUMBUS,Go&,

mercury stands below cero will hare ICxtM) feet. It was framed) with 2 Relied qD Cutlcura ItemedJes.

(ithelr reward In the continued flow of and 8 Joists, pretty close together for Some yon ago my thrte little girls had' )dent FARMERS ,AND ;OTHER

.good rich, milk.-Farmers' Home strength and, covered 'roof and all a Vary bad form of ecccms. Itching eruptions IN TMOUSJUfYOUR

'Journal!. with matched'boards, nailed well and formed on tbe backs of their heads After suffering seven yearn, ,
which were simply co\ered. [tided, almostreryttuBg this woman was restored health EiUUliliea' /.1810, tads this. now* ROM, lxlT 'tfL
close 'to keep from shrinking. Two" 0.l easel_'.... :
tWMn "launMll 1 It BM M Bevel sWWsr naMMRKAI. .
;t ): \ ]t thicknesses of tarred paper nailed but faded. Then' my: mother 'by LydlaE.t'inkbam'sV etable tm ettriM CMHwha? coM tniar. *. rreae.. ... M, .... I ISto .as.Iy,Nn+a.ew.a, UMM pear aaw, 1f 0u1..
.. Watching Buga.Oregon recommended Outicora Remedies .I Compound. Iteadl her letter. ,th_I "_"_ All ....1_ bee aada'1,ohELL .w..I4 w.M per:,
.. ,, pear growers who are greats close, through round tins, made the washed mr.childreD'. bead with Cuticura Mrs. Sallie Freneh of rnueaunla \1, B. JOH!>SOii CO.pee)_ *.- W'NI',ewe wsee agws-......_..e...p laM....i.dalyt aof ae4Mm.N1tw. II.

, ly tormented by the codling moth find root tight and dry: It faced the" south, Soap and then applied the wonderful ointment .. Ind Ter., writes to :Mrs. Pinkham: .XCTATB OWNKKH'ASSOCIATIOH! *
aod'oll. '
!* following scheme exceedingly uae- the front I used large 'double Cuticnr. 1 did this four or' life .... .... or Aaurlca.aa a
i I had female troubles for seven S. < fop ... .
:\ ro ? A selected tree' la completely window., 6 feet apart:, binged,on the times and I can say that they have been years-was all run-down and so nervous WANTED, *.r alas. ..* .......IlBrlel'. ..".. 1 .stt42dStreet.NewyoJc'
cured. 1 have another baby whois ,
sides with in the entirely Jjer :
good large binges so -
a rounded by a wire cage, In which of akin his I could not do anything1., Tho -EAse co, 1 1..;: wrAl "
that folds
summer I could and fasten them *o plump on hompson'sEyeWatcc.
N! open trouble
the moths aro confined. By careful used doctor treated me for Ifferent !
broken and bled. 1 ;
./;; ., observation tbelr! development IS back andxln the winter close them' neck Cuticura were Soap and Cuticura even Ointment andthe'nezt but did me no good. ,While In ..hlSCOD- .. .-. ( .10.06)r) . err- ...... ., .. ' 'u. OJ.__ .
tight. I also screened the openingswith ; dltion I wrote to Mrs. Pinkham for advice
; possible 'for the grower to know ol- morning the trouble had diiappaired. -

i;,- ,moet to an hour when.he should begin a coarse screen natled-on'the Inside Mme Napoleon Duceppe, 41 Du. and Compound took Lydia, and 12.I rinkham'a am now strongand Vegetable w .vr HAVE YOU I BEEN; TO I JAMESTOWNVM I a ?,
to prevent anything getting In. lath M 21 1907. w
t; to spray all his- trees so as to destroy St.,..Montreal. Que., y : well.',

%' ,the moth without 4njulns the fruit- The entrance door was on one end "fe .. ,, ,
| yeertedoabtree.lred -ooeof t heee fran
i 1'1'. Country Gentleman And several stnaK doors' about :UG feet In trying to save It the average man FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. tiwd.p.sal/b ,. ..ana b N. IL SnkL Caw tha.

,4 -. . apart were made thit{ opened' out into loses 'a 'lot of motfey. For thirty Lydia E. Pinkham's ...... Vbitt.. ...J !Plant Tads cctnUged faa tits uaU.'' ,
.. years We wlllbealad toh eyouronletfarcabbeaeandr4nplantaofellklodsraUed
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,i the runs.' These could be closed at _
Vegetable Compound made tnOieOP.Bair. 8peda1.ap
1 ..... Guide to Feeding Fine Recipe For Colds. ..., ...__ .
night1 the partitions were made'of follow:!-1,+mrol.oooaitl0.wt,000 lODO
from Toots and herbs has been tho
i'u v" !"', Feeding too much or too little will coarse screens, and with doors connect Mix: two ounces of glycerine; : with standard remedy for, female ills, ,,'iI.._Per L IAOr 0. _+; Mr_1.000...._.....4.. .
;k ;i' ; ,CUt down the Too much feed .._........ ...
; ; profits. ing. I used the first pen for nests, and halt pint of good whiskey -and add and has positively cured thousands of .................-i...MMftBtoWTNM to twM ..11-.... .........w w"ew .
f. w.c: will make the old birds fat and lazy, and the second for roosts ;.one-half ounce Concentrated oil of, 4 CAa$ t'i i,...>t_..'.. ..__, _....IMt luW-M_
.. pen and women who have been troubled with .. seei+i.t. l.d.u d..M .
y t ; and they will not lay many eggs or lay kept the others full of litter, for the pine. This latter comes in one-balf displacements,inflammation;ulceration U.K.BUTCH r

very fertile ones. Too much stuffing liens to scratch in time ounce vials packed In. tin I screw top
or at any for fibroid tumors Irregularities J ,
t s;? of chicks will lujure their digestion air tight caseswhich are intended to RtftHT & r
au'y purpose I 'w nted. The windowswere pains, backache, that bear.. TRUCK GROWERS I DM I EARTH
'h'' .When Is fed than la really neud"d t
t more protect It from .light and retalp all )ri'g-down
only about a foot from the groundso feeling, flatulency,indices.
some of the feed Is wasted. When to the original; ozoae.-
as let the sun uhliio In low. I tiondizzinegRornervous prostration.
e ot enough Is foil l. there-cannot, of also This simple mixture is to be 'usedIn
had two
windows not so large In Why don't you! try it?
course Jilt> profitable egg production by doses of teaspoonful to tablespoonful
4 COC-ll! ) end hinged on the bottom so I a Don't hcnltalo to write to Mrs.Ptakliam .
young ones. The feeding for birds ct four times a day The) bot:
could open them-'.lIttie and nbt havea if there is anything
any age should be just small enou' draft bearing In on the hens These tie should be well shaken each time. about your sickness you do not 4'f'TASHAn

c keep the appetite kern for every well screened also; the house :was. eight Don't use bulk'oil"of pine or imitations understand. She v'111 treat your

.' meal. That Is the best, general guide foot high front and' sloped; about afoot .of Concentrated which' are letter Iiiconfldence and advise you r

; Progressive'Farmer My nests were about 9 feet long often found with similar name and free. Mo' woman ever regretted
h,. style of They /Insoluble writing" her and because of her
... -----, )partitioned off and covered with a package.; are, has
she helped
.: Take Care of Seed Corn. slanting and work havoc to the kidneys. tiny vast experiencn of tobacco from the soil
; roof so, us to keep the hens thousand*. Address: Lynn,Mass. average crop extracts ;
f f' >> Apropos of the article In 'a recent off, and also make them dark. We druggist; has the Concentrated oil 'of at least ont hundred pounds (too) of' Potash per atre.

)t Issue of the American Cultivator upon made a' long tight platformand pine.. .
Tbe most famous Cof tee to America To: secure a full of good 1
preserving seed corn and other the roosts set on themso until crop qualityTOBACCO
r".i !;'I. Many an Inn seems all right I II N...,Orleans obis.The .
'.il:' if64a. W. C. Mason of Pawlet Vt., It was easy to clean the It Is found out. '; co1ree tbat bat made New.Orleans ,;

q'. kayo that much of the trouble from droppings every morning everything most famoui isLuigi' '

'.: Infertile seed corn' Is caused by its -roosts, nests and platform A COliN cong THAT CURBS.: ',i
y ; being exposed to freezing weather Is on legs, so as to be taken out to ABBOTT'S SLIT lamas coax eats is a won !! COFFEE .

f .' before the grain Is tuorou uly dry. His clean at anytime. I used to keep CO derful remedy for hard or soft corns, bunions ..;;

I. practice Is to ke' In a dry, warm Plymouth Rotk hens, and had no ,sore callous spots oa the feet warts A Doable Coffee Strength.of Saperb Exquisitelllend. Quality, the fertilizer should contain at.least 9% actual Potash '
and Indurations of the skla.- It Is applied _
i room-a modern dairy stable will an- trouble In having eggs all winter 101' Low Price. Get it at .. .
with a brush and auras without cutting, in the form of sulphate.
ewer-until midwinter or until he Is We kept no cockerels with them In good grocer's.
burning or .o"n_. 253. at drugglits alp '
< 'sure It is well dried, when It maybe the fall, and did not put them in until Tea We have a book on the subject of tobaccothat, we r"
or by mall from AIBOTT Co, 9avannah 25CENTSLib CAN
hung In any protected, dry pot.. late In the winter. Everything is Ga.Part I mail to'growers free May we, send it to;you ? '

1 But be thinks/ there Is Ra advantage In plain, no ornamentations and without REILY .
r Ii.xposlng it to storms. the labor It cost me about fifty of the fabulous salaries some GERMAN KALI WORKS '
JL Mr. Mason baa also found from act- dollars.-C. O. 13., In the Indiana actors get is real money New York-DA Nassau Street Chicago-MonadnockAtlanta. "uiidla/

.r."+\ .val tests that It Is" not 'csi!, ntlal tbat Farmer. O..-1224 Cadl .lld'.

seed corn be selected only from that You ought to'be'satisfied with nothing Local DEPUTY' Wanted

, fully ripe'; and glazed. Out that'If thee Farm Notes.. loss than Nature's laxative, Uarfteld Teal

corn Is.fully grown, though In quite a Have thurn fade, of Herbs, it overcomes constipation GREATEST Protective and Beneficial ..
a that is to
easy use,
regulate. liver and kidney! and brings Order eYe s started. Over 60,000 member -
'. w milky stage it will germinate well If. and the, bjttermllk and the butter Uoud Health. *' Dot men and women. Help. get
'4{. treated as be suggests and practices. should be got out with ease. KQUAL. OPPORTUNITIES with other 1suloa
If you .do a kind act with people I1IUIIKR WAUKH, I.BSS TOIL,
---- The cream from cows that are and IMPROVED CON1>ITIOMS' frenerally. -
good grace don't do it. NO HACK DISCRIMINATION.
: $100t
is Killing Steers. on the Farm. about '1o go dry does, not churn as death; IIS to each male member at

r sir- ar. A correspondent asks me about "readily ar other cream and explains: wife's dthL '1O at child'.; MANY-

$ .JSf"'*M the "beef rings," ,which are formed some of the troubles In getting but- .\HaVituglCwstipciuon\ \ :' OTHER to all honorable BFNt<;FIT8.people Membership al h.. LEADING open av au '

',', among farmer. for the purpose tel to come RACE! liEN AND WOMEN DI PU. Pare[.. roN trznr i
of: supplying fresh 'meat to their i r. TIES WANTED iii BArn LOCALITY. MCN THE FAMILY ll,
r:: The lowest temperature' at, which Work after h ursLIBERAL, PAY OVS. WOMCMj MISSIS AND CHILDREN.WA. '
,'.' members' in the tint place It is necessary cream can be churned and the butter AND PL.KASANT WORK. Writ. at w W. .dY po.,.O..a.00rtr a.prek..aid o.lY. s, 'Y ,
to have sixteen or twenty members ' : made to'come.. in about half hour once for full partlotilara. enclosing foe a0
The i
postage. ,
for a ('al'('&&' can be cut to best will be best for the quantity and MvYbept'rmaned! aercoateL\\y-prcter 118 I-b-U BLOCM DAYTON, -OHIO.MALSBY a rN ? euk. adA
y .ry
advantage, when It Is cut Into 16 or quality of the butter. .. a.p.ekM. r
tee '
10 When beef Is the only p efforts' ttebiatapcet)4) COMPANY
portions. etYfbtwl wlte) ,
meat provided, melt member purees' to Cottonseed meal makes.a firm but ,, 'tf\lly' t t1vc I 41 S. VOmSTTBI ST..ayu.",. OA. OM In t4 aid (5 M Up Snon Cannot Brtitnllri U kni)* *** x .
'or tern; and when the meal, Is fed excessively .d Uy.. .e 1'A .Oar, w twee M M aal.a. TabR..saaa.a.a N.aa,
f .4+; furnish a ell-fattened steer heifer ? oJdt'' ,, .lwa N/-.J
the churning have to be eelWb. /rQi
; ,1 tffS over two years old. A regular done at a little hlgner may, temperaturethat hot: I\ ft le. on.etof.onIt "etu). 4 w tM..

t butcher Is hh'l'd'to do the killing and would, otherwise be t"clQily $o tfilure .. f ,", ,
,< cutting' the portions.. A strict account necessary. be cli >> "
graduates ,"i '
Is kept of each animal furnished,, when an agent comes along with \ sway i iwKenr ) r NO MORE'MUS'r ARD PLASTERS TO BLISTER:

andalso, of each member's weekly portion some new concern which he says will \ tft'.ht'ftId At the dest4teTlteliegwhea THE SCIENTIFIC AND MODERN. ;XTERNAL COUNTEJt-IRIUTAirr. ,

a At the close of the season any do the churning In five minutes or less, i &\ .."ireJ, stet AS6lttt r '

'differences! In values are adjusted. This keep your money, and tell film you Iustu aid not, supplant the a tit Capsicum-Vaseline. -

us the,system followed by one very suc- do npt want that kind of burn, Ills ..h.UJM..", Mnstlleptnqultilnat ; .d:

.'s'!: cef/ful association. Otber systems may not practical. Vupon propePhourraltment| i .. c EXTRACT OF THE CAYENNE
dlfovr In detail, but the main Idea lathe Exclusive of the cows, barn, etc, ISH ptref:l fl C Mfrt V"A- "fral7'lo :' PEPPER: PLANT TAKEN

u .t' same ,The two things which must a 20-cow. dairy can be equipped for .t 614 Lf''f'J'ciClt' 1 J/ccts./ .Qt-a'' DIRECTLY IN VASELINE,,

be settled at the start are, value of about $10 a cow, or $200 for the hole bey the '. _
each animal to be killed, and value of dairy. This Is for butter making and genuine I4'1elIdw/I/ aW lain b II Gaai t\; DON'T WAIT TILL ''THE 'PAIK

each portion. Then If one man gets a does not supply an engine"to run the 5yru iflgs.\rlixirrSenM 'COMES-KEEP A TUBE ..nAHDYOUICKI

better portion than anothebe 'pays separator and .churn. Twi-r lirtK MAC'HI"NERY'AND A URI!, SAFE AND ALWAYS READY" CURB FOR PAIN.-PRICE lie;,

accordingly,U C., 3n the Indiana Do not pour water in the cream to CALIFORNIA SUPPLIES rrAiAK3Bk5, TUBES MAIL LDJECiR5.'nN-AT RECEIPT! OF So. IN ALL POSTACH,DRUGGISTS STAMPS.AND' I 4

'.' Farmer.. change its temperature. The temperature _I.. ."" _..... u.TMUou__... Bollm 1 A aubstttuts tot and superior to mustard or any. other plaster; and will. not "i
' can be changed by setting the S.. Mill*..* Gras Mill*. !,_ worklaa M< Ski blister Ins delicate skin. '
,, FIG SYRUP Co. ONLY *. Mill .....1.-,. OiMB.leM IbM.UTIW la steak. Thepaln-ctlajrlngand curative qualities of the w
# i-I' Account of the Dairy. cream Jar In another vessel that article are wonderful. Jt will the toothache
ffertllity con- W.lwlo.--..._ A4.I. Ul OBWMlwtloa step at once and reUe"e Headache -
1....." 'A well-fed cow we find produces in tains the water.-From "Drops of SOLO BYALL LEADING DRUQCJSTSone Mottle M AU_'". ... w. wee a._....,.il.., Ir. and Sciatica. We recommend It as the beat and safest external counterIrritant I ...
sue t-- '
f a\ year 107 pounds of nitrogen and 87jpoynds Dairy Cream" In the Progressive pare, known-, also si an external remedy for pain. In the chest and stomach k
-y of acid and about Farmer. I and all Rheumatic. Nouralrlo and Couly complaints. A trial will prove what. '
; .; ] phosphoric I we claim for It, and It will ba found to be Invaluable In the household and for "
r +W. (7 pounds of potash. am satisfied ; H Is not best to have. any moving N KEEPS! YOU WELL" children. Once used no family will be without It, Many people say"P MtuT". ; I ,

: jthat most farmers are now able to get : part inside a' churn'Tha old ,dash NUB" the) best ol all your preparation." Accept no preparation of vaseline unless, '

as much out of that 107 pounds, of churn hammers the butter fat too the same carries our label, otherwise It Is not genuine

;. nitrogen as from that they purchase 'much. Have as few corners in a churn t .end your ddrats. and w. will dneli.u. mealier Beoklat'dvaarlaliiaour
r, ". (It's: worth 'as, much to them, and It as possible, and make the butter come AN IDEAL ANTI- ONSTIPATIOI REMEDY /.. .... ... whloH will Internal _u.17 .", . ,

;.,p h9Rtld'and doei contribute to the production by moving the churn not something TRY A BOTTLE Ask your dealer for It Stale St. CHESEBROUGH MFG. CO.Yert, :
i4 of raw material* If It does not Inside It. .

.. do so. It is because It Is not handled -. : .,

:1.. properly or it is not used properly. We A Lost Reputation to Lose.It ......'( ,
. "(have made some on this .
experiments ,
""" was midnight, and a drizzle was -' 1 "
-'- ''Ine. .allowed the manure to leach i
falling steadily. A man shuffled along .
lln, the winter and out of 107 pounds Oxford street Manchester England, ;,. .,. : , :,,;v :,\, .
had In three months lost

iL' '1'i44 JOlInelB.'ln we the process' of leaching, hugging he spoke the walls to a for passerby shelter.: Presently . IT WI'LL PAY YOU TO "; 'f\\r l '' ;:. \ f..I,! '":'r.... }

; land the beet portlcn of nitrogen also y. "" .. I" ;, ,',.' .
"Could you give me a copngf. sir, d!; .:' .': :'
1' .-' wfrit: out Jn leaching process in order toward my night's lodglnewT4" ;
to show the relative Increase In thecrop "How : :
much have >ou got already ?
4 which we might expect: by applying "Twopence sir; and It I had another :

'?' state state the-we as waste applied compared produce both with corn In It.its'original and leached oats. "You warm twopence"-can room get at a the comfortable Salvation bed Army Ina Advertise in This' Paper! :{" :,

Upon the fresh manure increased the shelter In Shepstow street for two ,

'a yield 69.4 20( tons per acre; upon corn pence." -
the leached manure Increased the yield ,
"Salvation Army! This with .a de- '
,36 percent. On oats tho Increase was r
} sniff. "Thank
cI4ed you sir, I haven'tcome
If"If) percent from the use of percent to that yet!" ,
We lost li e nitrogen itself In the
: It was an experience which recalls ,' .. ._ .. #
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,, leaching process. The matterIs' an
'f Gen. Booth's story of the drunken
{M' '. ; Important one to consider. We should who 'la Only Ono"Bromo '
woman \tas- carried Into a Salva-, There SUCC salon
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apply the manure fresh 'and as fast CkirlerioiLAROB
lion r ,
r Army shelter When she .recov I I '
' c ....It,, is made as"the preferable. way. erect consciousness and was told Quinine"That ': TY'IWAEEHELD : : \ tM ,
This matter of leachlng'is so' bad 8''llfI'llI'lWl ,E.d1be1.
where she was, she} exclaimed: la horrorstricken II'\ PNI a'
the .temperature Is not
where 'highenough'tocause ( tones ... Itee4
"-c; : t fermentation;;'but ItMt VpaJvatlon'Arcnyi! Goodness t-
gracious ,
all ,has a. bearing upon' the, coat/of ia ?
: .
I mu.t'get out of, this ,
'I i o*. I
,,: producing'"lhd .milk. -Prot- E.,D.- .yoorE .. shall I lose my reputation1! *Illustrat-1: CABBAGE S For Sale
'4.-,: Laxative"Bromo Quininevtrr .
od .
Sunday Magazine
.., ''II f-\ bees .__ -, : AU OH WT ANNUAL !'ovn'around the world with any of the he.Okaowa.pe1.. .
r' A House. I atlvi of Opeft- tr Orowo Cabbaira Flaota at the follnwlt4.OOO. prtoe. via, l.OOO to
'a i. $50 Hen ; three'' earl OUttt COLD til OUT OAT.
1. ..At of work'Zhe'1arg.ear :OVfR TO
( ; : D fug ,WORLD at .l.Un pel'tboo.'Ddl fi.OOO to 9.oo0..t .1.00J 10.000 or laon.'"
....: .*> .1 11:: In'my vacation. \ ,.time, .1 took" a' no- bridge across the Nile has been -. OO.. P. O. D. M*KK tt. P. O. All orden promptly filled sad MlUfaolloa iraaraoJaed. J

jN ':-,:2' '..tlon; Into my cranium .that I ;would completed from-Calro to,the Island of tbe foil .. Look InI Ask for rl'loee oa BO.OOO or' 1OO.OOO. Cash avooBpaoytng all.. orders

.'' i .{build a. hen house,for myself,,If I bad Rodah. ,The 'bridge .is 1740 feet long* Always,.remember ; box .. ADDRESS B. ,L. COX ETHEL 'S C. Box:

,. ', jibe-.....,mate. alll' so I started In.' Not be- nrd 65- "feet,wide. for 'thla signature on. every.' ,260.' (!) r ; ;. 8 t, -

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rUBUBHEO EVERT: FRIDAY.; leave before the election we would r

j- IMM i fOpera It to the honorable genlemen of Proh1bition.lvd
Office in Valley O'a.z.e't.t.e Building. whom be has assailed to make reply., In |

.& 81101EJ:.O8CKOLA COUNTY. FLA. House Filled to Overflowing With Enthusiastic but In justice to thesQ gentlemen' and -- -.
to the prohibition cause we feel that
the publlo should know who Lynch Is .MI'.orll.' : Jiwies, of theCitcuitCodrt; is in, favor 01.Oroliibl.Hon. .

e W/, B. HARRIS, Editor sad Prop'r. Crowd. Rev. J. B. Mitchell and whit he, who has no Interest whatever In August of 1105, when Kit. Luole county was In the beat' Of a

-' ='" here, has seen fit to "butt. In". on prohibition election. Judge Jones wrote under date of August 7, from
-" SUBSCRIPTION RATES) a purely' local fight.The : i his home at. 'n..unille to the e litx>r ,of St. JJucle County Trlbuse.&I.I .

OM opy,OM ITMT... ... . . '. .1100 Made Great Speech.The I follow: .
&...x>7r.U onUOB .... .. .. . 60 Man to.Look Out For .. "Muoh experience and observation ha given me an aversion tothe. .
. ,. .. .. ftAM I observation has convinced .
Ikra nwntlil and me that
copy *
1 saloon. Much experience
Often hear I It said 'Whal ts the I
bill Prohibition. Ually" held I larp'ely' to' the we : '
strength of the cause by the saloon, and that
y _"I eaUooult from oar .uthorOBdmta. at theOpura House last night drew an of prohibition.' ase! of voting to close the saloons, ? demoralisation: Is inevitably engendered
-...w.. .man' b. *..... by Uw writer." Iramenseorond. .ih.. Heating facilities of The man who wants liquor will tret '''.TO demoralization overpowers all Influence and teaching-religious a '
J._ matter will not ... raturiMd untoMwJUd The committee has arranged enter. This be The : who I parental It sways and 1)ardeoe the conscience of barkeeperpatrons. aiftl
4'' lor. the building being taxed to its utmostapacity tainments at the may true. man .
Opera House
for tonight < ( .
wants badly euuuitbcangotoother
liquor '
......... at 1M FtMtoffio'j; KiulmoiaW FU.. .u c and tomorrow night, which place, or can tiv. previous order Sooner or later. the milk of human klndneivwlll be dried uoln I'
.....04:... mU matt.r.G The best v -l ment' of the town was promise to be equally as entertaining the.hert of the mien who runs the saloon, and sooner or'later the habitof
-....., --ems. --... .. .'-=' -=-.== out .in' full form, 'hundreds of our as last night.. The Kisslmmee orches not,the secure Its dellveiy.have rbklly Rut In that mind.; is attending will .end In disaster to the man who spend his time In It.
man we
noble women' ..elwup! : present. to lend tea will again. be on hand at both !'Almost all men are social and convivial by nature, and almostall .
The who of Is
Friday, :March ((5, 1907. their. encollr.. tem t. to the cause of theae meetings, and there will be solos the man man who doe we not are want thinking I"'uo"' ; the j men ar "
nod and iIoiw4 sod NativeI-aud. duets and possibly recitations mean who recognlw-H liquor as his excess and to earl by neglecting tile family, the first. and tenderest tie .

Hon. C. A. Carnon"acted, as master appropriate to the occasion.At deadliest tempter; the man who is that. our.Great Creator entabltshed.. To stl'onalDen the saloon la ever I -
Who Is Going, to Vote for Whiskey? of ceremonies sml opened the exercises to-night's meeting Hon i.:. U. shake himself free from the dangerous to weak men It U Inevitably ruinous ,

None of the business man will\ vote bv calling nprm the audience to Reynolds, a prominent prohibition slavery of appetite and to be a'true I "J do not believe In sumptuary lawa-and I believe strongly In the
sing OO"'fI'bt'Til of Thee,1'! worker \ Hut the necessities the social union have
for It, for the last one of them have "My from Hagerstown. Indiana, lean again. theory of vel'sonalllbfol'ty"
r -. I declared 8&alnlIt.. They have said which wan rendered with. an en th"*' si- who has spent fifteen,, years In {pie Shall: that man's way to reform be made necessary and established the power to restrict and restrain. those. > K
that. business 1s'' belter without the asm. that almotft" .J1h ',I'the rafters. cause, will be present and make a made easier or harder That is the natural. right, the exercise of which militates against the maas; and
+ aloon In our town and of course I The andlence' wn.. then led) In"raYl'r short address and will be followed question Suppose: It la true that. our .surely, all thinking men\ /fagree that the open saloon! Is a most fruitful
they are dead agalnsfit. They know I by llev! A Woodward of by Itev. Halelgh Wright, the eloquent! citizens can drink themselves! drunk 1 source of want and'RIr.'ow, and sin as well, in all its awful ramlflcatlon a
that a saloon does not enhance the the MellhfKllsl Churchufter;; which the Baptist evangelist who has been holdIng If they choose Is- that any reason *. The sale of 'liquor might be so regulated as to be consist

valuation Ol the property next to It, I KU lmi ee orclniiriv(, 'rendered someexc.llent a meeting here for the .put two for putting ftMltron.* 'In the way of the with the public good, but the orc'n saloon will always be repugnant' '
ID fact be loot I tniisio. weeks. mad who want to avoid J IIwe'pI good morals and social lafet.t .\. .
uo one wants to next
to a aaloon. They do not want one (n About. this 'lime M... Carson( announced On Saturday night Ittl.fohu B. anI. salo.>.wf.o that It la impossible j '") is hard to control. the appetites of men, and this. single fact makes -t
several doors of them. In fact, they that he had just'received Culpepper! the evangelist will he for a workingman to set/ from bis ahou I 'the only difficulty' in the way of prohibition. Put down the saloon ..nd&-I!
word that the > hHon.. and Is liable iwtcceed to 'It..with an effrontery that. shocks \
do Dot.want it on the lam block with | eacing present apeak. to his home without Iaulnathem, the 'blind tiger' to 'I\
them. They realize all the highest Hobt. McNamee, for the wet side, On Sunday afternoon. at :3:30::>> Itev. have we done a kindness to the work-i the. nerves and fortitude' of. the staunchest. citizen.. Hut. the 'blind .
tribunal of our ,and have pro. which was t.o'h..vel"1f"en .field in the J. W. Carpenter' ; of Tampa will speak Ingmany Is it better that. the work- : 'tiger' is weaker tlfun its conquerer the saloon. It is under the unmitigated
nounced, that the saloon Is not a legitimate street, had been called off for last. in front of the posmmce. and. again Infftnan'i family should have the ban of the' l law, while the saloon la bolstered up bv technical' 4''
b'fII' nellll. 1t.,1. imply .a night. because. of. CAe small audience In the Opera. House at. 7:3O: money he earns, or the saloon keeper! I rights incident. to '''license. The saloon Is thus endowed with the decency '\
place of resort that cornea uorlerpolice which tixrnoj out'to' hear Him. This . . I fa it better for the community that the of a If'jal-atatull, while the. 'blind tiger la. moro or less stifled. by1 '"
was the signal for a demonstration --- -- the air of and In which It abides. In.. the IanT
regulation, ana U, permitted' Hit account man who Is struggling to reform very roguery secrecy 1'
of the. money benefit to be de- of tremendous applause, which! lasted Mr. Lynch "Butts In." should have a fair chance, or that he I guage of a wins old friend' of mine, 'a licensed tiger with both eyes ,.
rived from the license. Any community for several moment should fall and become a curse to his open Is more deadly limn many blind ones.' Indeed the 'blind tiger .
can put It out of bu4lne for being Mr. Carson I ben Introduced Rev.J. In another i column of this l hlllle we family and a charge upon the public thrives! only when the sentiment of the public Is indifferent. It is not P
.a public nuisance anda rnen_. H. Mitchell, of Orlando, the oratorof publish a letter on' the prohibition treasury! I* there, !but one answer i any buftinena of mine to meddle, but If St. Lucle county goes dry and .j
, ''No Iti, U not.ja legitimate biiBiiieaa. the evening, who! for over uh question from. one U. 1J. Lynch, ofLiKkeland that a.t'athl1al lUau can give to tmchquestion .her father and )mother are brave and Misistentln( holding tt|> public it
..nd the business men. of KUsliuineehate l hour, held the. I large audience spell. in \\hlch he,not.only makes *!? sentiment! the sticking point In the maintalnance of 'the law, the .(

,, laid they .were not go\t\g\ to vote bouid compelling their attention by false statement concerning. the! num. I The jiietto'n un' the !mllot might. 'blind tlper' will not thrive.. in vour midst for in my opinion the. court I
for It. No man would have the conscience the sheer force of logic and eloquence.Mr. !her of voters. stricken from thA registration well read "Shall ,pitfall be placed| l in J oltlcrra now serving! and tia.N. l to uucccud, are loteru of the law and \
to sell It were It not for the Mitchell I took for his! subject list becauao of their removal l the way of men who are trying 1.0."""- will be zealous In enforcing In all pa'ticulars."l'erhupt r
enormous profit to be derived from it. "llavaba or
Listen. at thlsi A bushel of yoarcorn olf with a mast draiimlic! I Intcrprelation tuba come of the county's most prom/ a question like that. ?-Miami :Metropolis. WI'oto.I'IUIIIII. or. Iwo.inxl will clone with an assurance! .of great respectfur .
l'' IB brewed 10to'O drink of lUrewbl.keYI of the trial of Jesuit l before, inent-ullUenn: who have seen fit to the Tribune. Very truly,

or 1)00 drinks of the adulterated 1'ontliis. Pilate, likening the blessed writo letters fur publication In Javor ::4 "MINOIfS.. .; JtNl S."
muff that I* Bold In the average Savior to the forces of 'prohibition of prohibition. It I is hardly probable A BabY' !

, aloon Think of the enorln' UIIIl'olJt.1! and the aaloon advocates to the. however, that his coinmun-lcatlon Should lie Kun liufe in the house, and %% %%% .%,%.%% rN NNMKWNNmItiWNNN'sA.N" .
No rabble wboclttininoreil for his ; will have the effect of lllser-edlttng ,
wonder men will run the gauntlet will !he
If I."hlte'll
lie did In extravagances \ these. you give Cream _._ .. .
any anything
of the law and open up on the sly gentlemen liar said I Vermifuge' the beat worm nteillolne' -- -' - -
their blind timers, :Many a man bal In his argument, but poured I when it U known .'who Mr. Lynch 1s, I offered to suffering humanity. This I;X",.,. ..
squelched hU con.ciellne for .a less fourth'aln' of cold logical which we now propone to tell. remedy la becoming the permanent fixture
sum than that made by the whiskey which carried) conviction" with every Lynch is United< States deputy <-<>1- of all households .\ mother
seller on .i single bushel of corn. Judas utterance. He was frequently interrupted I lector of internal revenue for th'lI div.t with children can't get along without. '
sold hl. Master for less. by tremendous. outbursts n riot( and the relegation. of the !saloon a hotlle of \\ hite'it Cream Vermifuge.
Lint, who will vote for It if the buni applause which slowed plainly that in u muiiauu to the "el'LfJl1le of In llur house. Sold l It y Koberson'a
' nell man won't Surely no church: practically his entire audience was hilt job. His lass l la Joe J"the ne Pharmacy. .
a member will vote for It, slice every with him. It was one of the tgro: politician of Jacksonville who
;1 church has declared against U, ana convincing an well all one of the mot holds. the position' of .- Mleclor <.I l internal Use old nev\a paper:! in jour housecUaninr I SPRING

. will not keep a memberon Ito roll who I entertaining speeches ever heard by revenue for tb. State of Flor We a.1 1 them at thl office .
.ell* It. And here la where the church a Klsslmmee audience' and addedthe 'ida to whom hn< wMbin nrtpni "n'nent.. at :SUc t>. r hu IIC],..-.1.

F la Inconsistent.' They will turn out I -- .
the man who sells the stuff and say '.- '

nothing to the man who voted to
license the. sale of it. Of the two, the THE: HOME STORE. GOODS"Our A
man who votes" for It ought to be dealt .

with /lint. The church members of J. W. PRENT1S. Manager.KISSINMEE .
any community In this. Christian\ country
d of our can keep out the saloon if .
they will do It. We know where Christ
. 'stands on this '.question, and
the man who makes any sort of a -, FLA. March 6 1008.

claim to be Ills follower, will keep on \ line

the same aide with Him. The liible To Our Friends' and the Public Generally s almost complete ,
'says: '"As many as are ,led by the V "
*+ Spirit of God, they are the sons of ., with
Ood. '.'. The Infidel would make sportof We beg to. announce that "we are preparing, to open a store Ginghams, Calicoes, ,
Christian who claimed that the '

'' Spirit of God led him to vote for for, .the. sale 6f furniture. and. getrera4; Household. supplies .Lawns. White Goods Etc.
whiskey. : .So the Christians are solid ,
against' It. and it will beour''aim to full '
'carry a line of such '
Then,who will vote for Ito! The bem- 1 .*
bare of the. fraternal lodges"-will not art"ioies."a' although our stock ie yet far :from complete 1 4. The early buyer: gets the

vote for whiskey for the lodge would off ., .
+ deal with the man who sold It, and of on. account the slowness of t r;anapor t ctt i-on we have best 'on '
course, they would have to deal with. elect '
the-man. who voted to license the sale deoided to- commence business. .on""MOnday next-t'heO'tJi 'In-
of It. They could not consistently lake : ,',f u' v; ': F a- '' ' .
1wr :
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any. other ground. The lodges are Scant. and4aekyouriTInsp 1 j-: ; : ecti'on" and +pat" ronaga.' rJ/: ': ; &tf SMJ *
down on the traffic and I ; v lza; { ; .lt'iuk'... r' ) Plw.t >%
'canDot -ltlP. ;1I > .1t'f-ff'j'; 'C & f' 'i4M; v''atr\7; ;'?tar'"..fJ\Uj j Nf"\(?\ 1f/fAJII'\ < nAi ,
port-11. So: where U the poor. ,* oldthing It !"llllh; : .; .!.,, ;:'"endeaVOr. , J to Ret any support l"?" .' v,;* : ,
$ The man who loves bis Jiome and of ,suo >} merchandise and at the mo1st, reasonable- prices .
wife and children will not. 'cots for It,
for he,'will be striking. blow at his compatible with the conduct- ofv"a safe 4nefneaa. We.. wl.. 1 1a
horns and wife and children. Hut - -

suppose a man hasn't got any wife or 1 80 .strive to give prompt .delivery. of all purchases when KATzL i
home children-be
or can't vote for It, -
.e for be will be striking a blow at the (such: Is' 'requested.Awa.iting -

1 womanhood and the childhood homes ., .' .
Of the''county In which be lives." And the pleasure \ of receiving a visit from
no man that Is a man will be caught * < '* : you

r, doing that.* Don't tell me that any of .ore., '' 'Ve-ry .truly' "yours 3-t . Ie' 'tC .:,
r our men will turn against the . .. -
ke I"' homes and children and .. 1 :
r women' of our I STORE
fair land just to accommodate a man.' / '''''' ----'''''''' :

or group of men who want to vet rich J. W. PRENTIS .f I
oil the appetites. of their Manager. : c, A. .. 1
fellow men-I ".80N. Pr."I4..t. III. .... BgYAN, r'TI3
''do not believe we have suck menaround (In the building formerly used as a saloon a.djolnlnlfrhe Inn ) c t

here., c :: : E
*' Well if these men won't' vote for the 4 :i
tale ot wbUkev. who then. will? Will !. -

the fellow' who, drinks it vote for the" saloon and' the church member JENKINS prohibition territory'and. how Waters & Carson
!saloon) Not a bit of'It. He' I* the can't afford tpvote for it., and the JUDGE the laws were evaded. There seen I Grocery Co.
last. man in the county to vow for It. members of the fraternal orgaications men with a book in saw .
He Is not going to can not afford to vote for it and the prayer one hand t ,
vote to put un a ON PROHIBITIONHis and a fenlfe for an enemy In the -- h'Yo/ ,}
salon Klsslmmee where It will man who loves Ills home and children other. "Chmn. Jndicary Committee, 4vllle "
.a temptation to him every time! bepas.e. will not support. It, and if the man r House of Representatives. lV2t. '! A GROCERIE.S": :"
T -- - -- !
'br it. He knows It I* hard who loves it and has a craving; in his

enough to make a living for himself nature for it has too much common Remarks Were a feature -of New Millinery Store. .
.4 and family without putting a' saloon sense and manhood to vote for it, and 1 \.r\

between'' himself ana happiness. He since the young men see H ts not to 'the Hearing Before the Atlanta. o:., :March 3, lUOH l/ !
knows the thing I.' being put up their interest to cast a ballot for a Mr. W. n. Harris, Editor Valley Gazette : COUNTY AGENTS FOR }
specially to catch him''and' his hard saloon, and If the women are beseech 'Committee. KI..I nmee, Kla.
'earned money. He know 'that If there fog God to keep it away, and If the Dear Sir: i II A Y GRATES
Washington Feb. 8.
la saloon tourist has. I -The feature I c I brat d Frtiliz I
a In
for "
Klsslmrnee he will Rio no use It-then I repeat of the hearing of 1JJeaDt..aloon Please say to your readers that. I rs
+ drunk and abulie' hi, family, or sleep who II' left to vote forMt. and representatives. will be home' In about ten days and GKAI.V I 1 Jl
today, before the house Cv:
out In the gutter all night where the who Is It that wants It anyway' have made arrangements to E T ?
judiciary committee open
saloonkeeper: kicked him out of the So. It must be that the only I men who John was the remarksof stock of millinery In :Mr. K 1:1: Law. o' Clrc..ere sad Prlc s .. I
back door and left him when he closed want the saloon are the fellows who Judge J. Jenkins, chairman son's store, 4j' Fnr.lli.d .. A..II.. ....... .
for the of-the coml..t.eet to Rev. a. E. Nicholson . . .....
up night and expect to rich it .
t went to his own get selling together who spoke the. I have just bought a beautiful hue :
fof American
comfortable bed to lie down and think with the other fellows who are so Anti-Saloon of the latest Paris style hats. in Na h.
of the poor deluded wretches that filled I easily influenced by the seller as to League. The remark. and will mol' -
made buy ''' here In At
were at the
,his money drawer during the day No have had the wool pulled down over Mr. conclusion of an- lanta. I will carry a full lino of HIDES FURS WOOLCJou.aa.tr3r
i argument by Nicholson 4
indeed, the their ur&lnatbe I J: )
drinker can't afford W eyes so tight that they cant see adoption. of the goods usually kept in a millinery
vote for a bar It is to their interest Llttlefleld or
room. He knows he to keep the thing some similar bill store, Sincere! ,
will be simply making' a bid for a away. Now isn't that right? shipping of liquor tato'prohibiting- the MATTIE BANDY. : Fxoa.-u.ce a, apeol |
,place In hell. Don't think for a tao- O. M. UHITTA1M. territory.. Chairman prohibition I ol ;Y
roent that ha is In favor saidthat V.y.
r of It. ninety per cent. of the bills of Mr. Lynches I #,, -
; Demurrer.
Not l
a woman'would S
if she oould. The vote for It even Fire at Pegborn. !the kind under discussion brourbt I """ WM WrNw.
women are solid
against It. Let. before his committee were aimed at Lakeland Fla., Fel 22, 1908. :
every voter remember Floyd's store at Fegborn' with all sign the Magna 1
that bis wife Is praying for him to contents, burned Monday morning the very throat of the government I SIH:-In the Gazette of the 21 st. instant friend Ward would Charta, and now Alas that Brother Meek, '. finds the men
Men full of abolish .
vote for prohibition.. about 1 o'clock.; Mr. Floyd carried sentiment! would sop there are some very Interesting Meek it. Mr. and women so meek that an Iron mask
i, J have heard It said' in Florida that 2.000 insurance, but his loss will there, be declared, and urge the committee Items. There is the. list of voters for soaping commences the. citizens h1!*of tirade l IJ y soft- must keep them from rum. Be winds
r.y the tourists would to report abill and ask congress Osceola county, who will .. Kisslitunee' and up with a
not come to a exceed that amount. The vote wet or I the "God
elr1'Ioawa county "are
But ibis Is not the truth, and: building. belonged' to Ackies Bass to pass a law to be tested before dry next. March. There are 208 who on, good: common people of good rea- deman.U woad-rrul/iroratloll/ with .
deny.It for the people wbo visit our and was uninsured ,:Mr. Floyd the supreme court,' may vote; then there. are 190 voters who I and education." soar?, lellnement eternal damnation unless we do Ik 1 ,
V' (Sunny. South to get the benefit of luclimate. Is postmaster at Leghorn, and Jenkins!"Your argument, said Mr. left !the county and 26 died since last a statement "Whltkey And then he make Our children, wives, mothers and Gofc-l

.-, These people are not whls- all the. fixture: In" the postoffloe and "is to put it up to the election, Thus the total was 484, but of nTnety lie,' cent. of I* the cause expect us to vote 'dry!, Lotus edT' '
k key soaks as some would Inilnuate. malice hand were destroyed. The supreme court W. are not here to now the number Is 208, a bad showing in our "the crime commltiol disappoint them, If HreII a new
? ;; ThU Is an Insinuation. these good I origin of the Ore Is unknown, report bills that appear to .us to be whatever the caus I find in the same Jt back, souif country. "If we vote Moses. out-Herodlng Herod.' '
: the
people themselves would hurl back at This is the second loss by Are that unconstitutional. It Is our duty" to Issue three letters viz: W H. Mann Itons dered rood uov "li<> are now Mr Editors Should you print ebb'f
-' .the man who makes It. ,Orlando Is Mr'Floyd has sustained In the past Jaws prevent possible, the passage of c.' W. Ward-and R. O. Meek all ands, gambler will l)x-oino drunk demurrer against tyranny. I will be f
that, murderer *
filled to. overflowing wltb guests. 80 few month., his. branch store at whittier : are. unconstitutional.. I writing favor of dryness, iv the penitentiary and go to surprised 'and thankful, and If not I
are other dry towns that. cater to the having been burnt some: tune. ago.Warted. don't think that. -we.should llsteq to leg their reasons for same. I look In first assertion U or be hangedThe win\ not be disappointed anyway. The
winter tourists. Most of these food v you sentimental gentlemen, when you vain for the other tide of the question. I second shows nottrue, and the name of God should not be linked to '.
;, folk who come to ,our to"'D-t.o' spend 1 It try to. over-persuade, us. We are Mr. Mann of Ashton starts off'with 'I mind of our thq! animus of the meek a movement that haa'p..Oduced much, <

4 the winter bring tbelr families! with Lid S..adlllll'Craoea,; biers Wood .dept trylpll to save to be this government and the devil in the shape of)whisker and II of plagues. forever meek friend and prophet perjury) hatred. and revenge.C. '.
want boding
'them continually reporting finishes with God. Mr. Wbere .
and the presence of Ward Is Is LYNCH.
a saloon a the .p.
Ducks and Big Fox 8q uirrels. High bills goon reason .
out for the the .
i'r will be no Inducetoent for them. prices sake of Christianity temperate. man and lives.' Runny-1 IlIen.e the good common . "
j Dr. Cecil ,
paid. French refinement
L Wei, }t the don't want Washington- Naturalist or any thing else t.b.m be. turned med., a remarkable 'place for it was''I i IA I barrel. of and education Try the new"barber 1.S..ep7"! : r""
f fA' j C. : febl 2nt, down bv the courts.- I have been in there that.the tyrant King John had beer or a bottle of whis shop"
to key. and-'tls"" all gone and all are bung thlllll new and up-to-date. Sbarrsors *-; .'
.,j clean towels flnt-class service.J .
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''I. Supplement, -Tne Kisshtimce Volfey Gazette, March: 6, 1908.- "

,; ,How Extract Prohibition from an Works address in bjr Kansas.' Robert [P PAINTING! l Atlantic. Coast" Line. !. x,. ,'

H, Patton. M ,Sharpeburjj Chau- l j' > to. 't..t.
ROUTE, ,1 .; ,. ;,
yr tauqaa. August 20/ 1901.) . .. ...... t'"
: :
.}i. Tbe'victories of the iMt two year "{ Qrk inlfJ..w.-- ,

'...' have far exceeded our ."New.. ...... ... ,' .
for our cause fJ1 ..., ,' .. *.* -." 1-.
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'J. Good : .:: .
fondest dreams,.thanks to our ".
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Rive, us.tboseVieto-:
who bas \ ;
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eirri :al4d_ :E1ectrL1ghted:' r:.3,.:


d ..;....;;..:A, $ Q"FLORIDA -

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... .:' want ...
*"+ '' '. great metropolis. of Kansas and a first-class :Job :':"" ANO-. -:

,? QsttwLjECftn.: with a population of( one YORK AND,FLORIDA.. EXPRESSE'AST; :
humored thousand! people separated .
at reasonable don'tfall
only by an Imaginary Una from the a TO THE; "
'great licence city. of Kansas city DIXIE.FLYBR\ and
Mo.{ ha demonstrated that the law '
can be enforced tinder the 'mondial. toe so mo. WEST < ""MONTGOMERY' ROUTE"
cult condition and In such >
a way as I. . .

to prediction brine results_ ,beyond.' the 'fondest' . Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars' to Naw-YorJT Chioago, St.Louis,, -

Let me call Tone attention. to a brief --- -, Atlanta., and Intermediate Points. .

digest of, the summary. 01.result recently ''K -
made by C.,W. Trlcketu. the ,PULLMAN MIN/NO OAR l3ERVICDt.. .
assistant attorney general to whom THE :G. HOFFMAN ,
/mot of the credit U due.' One year ., For'ticket, : *, reservations.. ,or 'Information call'on bearer, Atl'antto) 'Coast
R ago there were 260 saloon, 200 gambling1 >4. Line AIt'ea'1 or J. (1
houses, and sixty houses of social I ,' ", 4
evil. :Today there la not a 'saloon .. J. W. C-ARRT; P.' A.: TAMPA, FLA. J.: 'O KIRKLAND, T>.P, A
gambling house ''or disorderly T. C. WHITE.,O.. P.' Af, WILMINGTON N., C., W. J.. ,CRAIG,, P...T. M.
house In the city. The, population of CITY BARBER SHOP; ,
the city baa Increased more than eyer. ,
The back deposits have gained one
and half millions, and tbe merchants Now for, Business '
have bad to employ additional cleric; .Open, BARGAINS ,AT CASH STORE i 1.
The "', attendance upon the public 'in'Patrick's Old Stand,
school has increased.until they. hay* '
e had to employ additional, teacher NEW CHAIR, ;
The charitable,Institution. report a !: Calico So per yd. Pictures and Picture Frames85c'to ;
reduction. of NEW RAZORS: '
two-thirds In number de-
White Lawn, 40 'In. wide, 13c per yd. 350.
m.adlllA' aid. The juvenile court ha 'NEW EVERYTJUNO.Satisfaction
had but two applications In'eight Lace, 6* In. wide,' worth 20o, sells Spool Thread at 40.Lad' .
months, while before from eight to 15o. .
eighty children per month were,.be* .. Guaranteed.. ..*' Union Suit at 11.00.; .
fore IkPrior' Cassimererants. ..,.. worth 82.150..11
to closing the joint from fifteen on" NO PAV.U. at $1.75. Good,Door Lock with two. keys 20o,

&annually-Ave young men were ------ ----. -------. -- Pin Strip Pant, worth .1:50.:: sell at Office. Salt Clothes worth'$14, atfl6: .i.
sent to the reformatory, "
whereas only I two, have been 'cent In W.WEEDONSpeciahstEve 100. One-gal loo Coffee Pots goat ISo* .
tbe twelve month .lnoe- the- saloons Jeans Pant, worth',II.'75. tell at .
closed. Tae of ... '1.Z5. .' New Dress.Good from 15 to 25o.You"will '
were expense prosecutions 'II. ,.. ... ;" -, i
for crime "has been' reduced ,:, ,* ,'.Earr' "' . 1, : : ,: .,w.1..
.. .
'*,000. Expense of tbe police force '4'' : ..'. '
: / fiittd
.- first has been time in equally twesty-flve reduced.Tear, 'For In May the ,; Nose. :" .. and,..ThroatPrivate .. ....,., ,,' "l ; :: :; Bargains. ,In Shoes .. ':'

the criminal court opened without a Every' Day In ,the Week.
criminal CI.... One year ago the city
was devising mean*Ho. raise funds for . 'Hosoital, AmericaallNatlonal -
addition to the all. Now they. have
+c little use for what they already have. Bank Building,Tampa, .

Twice since closing the city has voted I I"< Florida.. .' .. .. f-
and each time the people hue endorsed .

present. conditions. ,'" ,
i 1 >+- 0. A'CAROII JOHN M. tBB. It'N., R, CARS01i, .
.l., Preebteat. rtpe.rewtawtCpai.r..
-' Reign of Terror in Washington., :,W' ; ,I* W IN.N. ..
'Washington.' l Feb.' 18.The; : charge I'' 1) _' \\8tftt. Bank of Kissiitimee.
that ot .PaT.ICIAN AND,.0.8.0...
reign terrors-exists: In the Klsslttim
i' ,
city of Washington, was made ID the '\' : i' P1ar''
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house of representatives today by '. T -.........'. tr ,...\ !

: \ Mr. Sims of Tennessee.- referredto -._H.. -' FL.S1a.. PAID liP eA..TAL.. ...........:::,.,... .. se 000'00" ......

... evening the In robbery front of of the a,' :woman- last a HTOCKBOLDBRS LIABILITY:.:.....;....: '80 000'00 r 1r

bassQy" and was .British the twenty' am-* JJK) ,.,/., W. SIMPSON DEPOSITORS. 88C1IWITY.;... :, .......:... lee ooo'eo. ,, '
first of each Crimea t ,
committed In this -
City since Septemberlast... He de- DENTIST.Office : : Prompt and Careful 'Atte.tlo 111." to a'. matter ear'
nounced the police force of "the city over Osoeola Pharmacy. trusted to ... ExouaMfcea Rood ef sill point obeeoeat
and referred to. the fact that. although : rate .
there was within q flick call by. telephone 0rJtI0JII: H0t7B81 1 It.a.. m.. to 18 m. YOUR BUSINESS" SOLl(:IT8 .
I a regiment of .calvary and a 1.30 to 5:30y.: m.Telephone .. ,
:1I regiment of, marines, their. service No..10. ,Jnn, fi,-lyr.
had not been enlisted'to run down ,..
the criminal who, be .said were,' a* .
'a.rule negroes. *** ,
In 'a -
Mr. Sims chanted, reply to
question ,by Mr. Towpey of Minnesota To t.he'.z ofOloeot.Couat1
I :
I payers
that the increase of crime latbe .flu
I will be ,at the different precincts onthe
District of Columbia wa due toIan 8.,
dates mentioned-below, and trustthat -
Inefficient police administration.He \ ;
you. mar meet me and return your t l
declared that at the present.rate
I It Is of Im rWJoe to
property aa .you '
of crime it would be to
necessary -
as well a* to met C. W.. Griffin
have policeman on every corner. .
The crimes, Mr. 'Sims said, grew Shingle) Crk Pre No.: 2, 1 day, Mch SCampbellP '4 =
.. vi"j out of the ale of cheap liquor'to an I +eo't..No.' 3, 1 day, Mob.4
.idle class of criminals.who had I PegbcrnPreotnct. !'Io. 4,1 day* deb 8 I
migrated. at Washington.. "Cloie Crab Grass Pre No. 6,1 day, deb 10 :: Fancy ,Fa tiUy Grooeres'. "i
your 800 licensed laloona here," be WblttlerPrecinct No. 6, 1 day, blob 1Z1 :
exclaimed and there wont,be anotherof I Basslnger' PreoH No. 7, 1 day, deb 14 J r.
';.." these ooeurjaooes.: !' ''*:. .-I, Narooossee Pr'et'No. a, 1 day, Mob 20/ Fresh M 'afs. ."
Later In the dar: Mr. Webb 'of Klsslmmee Pr'ct No.:'1, bal of month. | l'.Dtllu81'7
S North Carolina Introduced a bill:''for 'I :JNO.a L. ovwasTDll'1": .;" ;
. L Every Day at Hour< Patronare BollcIUd..
any yO
the stricter punishment.vagrant. in :Tax Aeaor | .,
l1Ie the District of Columbia. I I of Osoeola Co.; -atls ca/1it..6.:adc.A..a.. .....aecallcaetcalti.a..'.&=.&. ,&;",..Nasai' :


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f' Supplement-Tiie Kissimmee Valley, .Gazette, March 6, J908. t I

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The Mardi of Prohibition. "

Looltloir backward over the remarkable VVVVVr
"" Prohibition victories of the last aSSScYJ
few months. I itmustbeoomecovinoinely IOSOEOLA
apparent-, ettBto, the most prejudiced
I*. ; tnlnd''that tgpfervat cause of our Wastlon -
+ from the slaveS

i 'Where.Yqu.Q: Iit ofPrescriptions 8;
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end .
.-progress essay e.fstYOks::;; Arrayed '

"1.101'.ere- the allied fflitt '' t.I: : Pt'Ices.Fptfon ....... ...,
r-- ,Gf and the glgmto'
brewing, auillllng and saloon Interests Jdr ss
whose ramifications. extended t

from the highest legislative body In . Pri 'on;'e"oift?'!!l .
the nation down to the local board
t/In our great muolpalitles, and even to f. A f w cis.. ''{''We are Agents' .foLBA., HOME'REh .

,,' the. smallest villages. It has been an are guaranteed. $1
Influence that sat Uke' a blight upon . !
the mil'ions, spoiling the nation's life
and exacting: a heavy tribute In shattered .-
bodies, ruined households, Paint and .Paper S FULL LINE TOILET! ARTICLES_ : ,
crimes without number* and oppressive
:axatlou: to furnish the machineryto ,lmfro'f'CJ' protect your house.I .
deal with the criminals* to bring my 1907
It 0 has taken nearlytwentyeightyears sample house and .
to bring about the active andaggressive make any suggestions In the latest
Prohibition movement of decorations that you may desire. -
toda .. Kansas, in 1880 adopted Prohibition Drop me a card and I will cheerfully _
i a.tIL biAOaa iANt T M..C.
bv constitutional amendment furnish estimates on paper
and was followed by Maine North and painting. : : I : J : '

Dakota, and recently by Oklahoma; MACH BROS.
Maine b" been a Prohibition . ,
state, !though! Dot constitutionallyso. gEORGE A. BARKER; .. ,
Since 1851. Alabama and Georgia ,
.b..,.. followed theirexample, thus Livery Feed, and Sale Stable.
making six; sovereign states that are ORLANDO. FLORIDA.J.H.REDDITTi:. ,

"dry", whether bY' statutory enact ..
lIIeD' -'01"' constitutional! amendment WOOD--DRAYINQ
These represent a total population of ,
nearly 10,000,000 souls.. .There are } Everything Is New and First-Class. Wo will
!hopeful Indications that fourteen other
states will soon follow the same Bender Prompt' and Satisfactory Ser-

course, although It may be a year or vice Day or.N1 ht. All Kinds ,
even two before the final[ step Is taken '
which will complete their enfranchisement f Heavy, Hauling.; "
from drink domination. .
These states are Mississippi South AT BeAMAN'S: OLD STAND.. PHONE... 113.
Florida Vermont ..., 'I
Carolina- Connecticut,
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New Hampshire, District of

Columbia Tennessee, NorlbCarollna. .. .
Arkansas; Iowa, Michigan. Missouriand .... ---:-- ' ". -

Delaware. In all of these states ,ertaAadJcim.sr8usca-.,.A..Agaec- _" r sA..AcadCne.
a vigorous campaign Is now In prog .
rose ana great hopesjare entertained .. ';; 'lr
of early action by the different legis Moulding
J. Y
latures. Besides these,, the Prohibitionists { T11OI11PSOJ .,

are also bending their eoerrles -'i .
,. to oatry Kentucky, Texas, West ; f i All Kinds of Frames 3I ..
, '
. Virginia, Ohio Ihdlana, Nebraska : tI : ,
j' FUNERAL DIRECTOR I I made to Older J ; .Ii"
Massachusetts and South Dakota. . .I
, The aggregate- population of these : 1 I') T| .. ,
states Is ,; . ._ i ",; -LICENSBD EMBALMER.:: ., I.. . ,
30,000,000. .
,,. twenty-two over ,. .. . :, "<, .;<- "" ,<-. ,- i . I. "
::, ''', In several other states, too WATCH REPAIR: ... ,- .. ", I (I 'P..crrpt'atten rcn Given to "0,
'. thirty-tree H.
'line is demoralized and I I i"
large cities have become Prohibition Call and see .-mr Line. of Watches. 4 .orders sent ty 11'1I"or:
municipalities within a'year, while I;' 4; ,Also Nice LIne f. Ladies' and ,J I. telegraph., '
there are considerable rural sections 4j .
,In other states.that have decided for..Any'article of Jewelry'Promptly', Or I n___nV u_ ,_Burial_n__ Robes.-- ,. "
Prohibition.' .. ''j j f. Residerce West Side of
All the alms are hopeful of a com- |I tiered upon Request': 11II
.pflO"'E'7B" _, ;
'( Ing triumph which will eclipse the "'. t : -
recent victories. Even a:partial '''00, \ A IJV.scascascallc Ac Aca8ca8c 6u/f/ ascd caAcallcVlCaelcltc'aOradrad..
cess would give'a tremenduous., 1m- ( I
'pulse to the movement In the I lmmedl- ( .
'ate future. A sweeping triumph would '. -
mean that more than .half the nation :Osceola County f .
would be under Prphlbltlon To the I '. 1I'
drink traffic would be the begin--

, Ding of the end.-Christian Herald.. '. Abstract' :Company RING US YOUR JOB PRINTING _

Where Do YOJI ,Want Them? ,' (t L- : .

Every 'votee who. marks,a' cross s. H. BULLOCK.!MAMAOER.. ;
against the word .y.." 'on the' 11*
cones question means of course*that. Real estate'Titles .. .
in his judgment it is best to have the examined and reported on'
open saloons. If the, matter turned Taxes paid for non-residents' ''BUDDED TREES' .
noon his single'vote! ,he would have Instruments relating. to real estate 'lk . ., .
them. Now let him answerthis other carefully! drawnCorrespondence '
question. 'Where? Where ,does' be t "'>4 ,

,>,want to' have the saloon 'pl..Dted'N. Solicited: IslesworthNlIrseries.
..' door to the house he lives in? :
.Or mat to that choice bit of' property ,
which be owns? Or 'just around the :-CHASE &ICO.:,PPOPHMTOBS.: J.1W HOARD, AGENT
'earner from the schoolhouse where his Till la a Good TIM* f o Buy Florida .Ii. ;ready;
We have for next: Fall and Winter planting
children go to school And If 'not,, pe..y.WIIIIUt it la Cheap: x .
of and
assortment Orangs Grapefruit Trees of all leading varle-
why not? ;The saloons are going "to Good lot for small house;. .8- 35 '
; r 'j H' 1 ties.1. Our trees.. budded on good healthy': rough Lemon and
,depreciate to somebody's ruin somebody property; chil they 40 acres land, timber cut >?".'.',.1.. 40 .Sour Orange roots are going Block of< dren. Don't Tote that way until yon 42 and house S miles out...
acres name. Our faellltiet for growing nursery stock are second to
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'have'" first" Metropolis.u. Oil, 15 acres and house, at station ,y h' 660 'none and oar trees are as floe as mosey aDd twenty year's exper .
Where? -Miami ; ? 10 acres and house in town .,..."i.. BOO lens can produce., We are* making a specialty this season of the
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Orange '' and two houses.. .:>... 860 famous California Valencia Late htoh Is destined to become the
Haley ,, 40-aore farm and grove .'u...r.-.,-'.. DOlI greatest moffirymaksr In Florida.. Our Valencia buds come dt, .
Residential and, farming' property 13-room cottage Main $'...,.-...$1300 reel from the best bearing trees In the district DOW famous for pro
of sixty, acres at Hammock ..Grave.House Nice orange grove near clay rd..t2600 ,ducing ,Valenclas In California.-,; .. .
furnished and 800 acres round timber M per sore
folly la good<< order -
-. Outbuildings and. fanning ImIsmenU. Money. to loan to bay and build withJ Write. .for.; ;HOARD, Gotha, Flaor call and see our Nur

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Our line is!! the larg- Furniture.Rockers ; rt Most Complete Line of Christmas Crockery I J. ," I

l>Ht, bent and prettiest 'ITT .

ever In Kissimmee and Ever Displayed in Kissimmee.We '

are! 3IAHKED LOW. of all kinds\ -

.. Book Cases Side Boards } have a beautiful assortment o' '
? Fancy Silver Pieces, Vases Cups and

4j China Closets Dining I I Saucers, Cake Plates. Berry and Water

jk, Sets, Salad Dishes, Etc., Boot fall to.
Chairs Oak Suites! Iron set them; -

Beds, and Bed 'Springs. FOR THE CHILDRENWe j:

hare a complete'line of Dolls Doll Y

We Carry a Full alneI Carriages, .Hocking 'Hones, Drum'! ..

L- Balls, Air Guns Express Wagon*. BidLINKOF
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I.A Speiuliil .Line, of Rugs and Matting nl Mont I

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_: Klulmmee Vajleu Gazette I I At Opera House Tonight. Rev. W. J. Carpenter, Sunday. .Rev. Jno. B. Culpepper. ANNOUNCEMENTS. 1.the U th coming.miDport Hwnoeracte of thI May'people Prinuuyt of Uifa dtotrictat

x .H -_.' . _ Tonight at the Opera House lion Rev. W .T. Carpentel'' 'tile leading Rev. ,Jno. 11. Culpepper the great MerahalT, ."- g. L. LE8UKY.For : .
TsTLsfPHONK NO. 11. "" 1C. I n. Reynolds, of Hagerslown Ind, prohibition orator of the' State ha evangelist who recently conducted a For end Collector ...--

,,;' I who nerved three terms In the Legis-! lieen secured by the Dry Committeeto revival here, ban been secured by the 1 horoby announce myself a candidate for the County; Comralaslotier District: o.lto .
.. latureof his I state and was Ir. the 1 make three address Sunday At Dry Committee to lecture on Prohibition om... a'City Marmhall and,'' Tax Collector and S.To .

I.\\ PUBLISHEDUEVERY<| FRIDAYit' flerht for prohibition in KanaswHI 1 11 a. m he will speak at the Peghorn I at the Opera House tomorrow aoIldt the.uppnrl. of the ,,--.of Xhalmnwo.VOOnALL. th. I>naermtl Voter of Owm!Ia Countrl
speak at the opera house tonight. church; at 3:30 p. m. on Broadway In (Saturday ) night. It. 1s hoped a large (I. ||. \ 1 hereby. nnoune* mrwlf for i..nomlMtio mm
.. -BY- Rev Raleigh Wright the evangel.,' front of the po iollloe and at 7:30 p. in.. crowd will be present end hear him County: OommlmloMr for District Number d, Mid
w, B.! NARR18. will also speak, and an excellent pro In the Opera II 011 lie. Lot all come on that occasion., For Sheriff.I sisal)appreciate tM wipport of the pw toofurdUrtHct
,< IraJ1of music has been arranged. A 'out and hear him. . ,and desire M thank. frintds for flub
'" 0: ., __. :"- __ .=.=--7. :-7 .... ---- - hereby' aiiuonues "lufMilf raiwlldaKi for the my
iL" rare. treat t It in store for all who attend- ,. Mr..W. M. Murphy, of Chicago), ollloo of IwrllT.. auiJM-t) to the action: or |hDeipoorntiti '!. put support and If elected. .., will .dlKham. UM
,. OFFICIAL WEATNER.REPORT. - -- --- duties. of offloo .._ thepeople
; '.. Our spring book of samples for has been spending a few dayi. Primary.' ray to tile bait a<
!'' Awrape temperature for week ensiles Thy, Wade the Tuner. Orl aodo. men made ,to measure garments I* 0"0.Y.. pVKRHTKEBT: of' J. II. WALKER

s .". ,.. Fvonury 20, 1 M. For Rlevcles' ttbenibarger, Or. replete with. all the new things come If you need anything in Winter

i I';' .-- - ., -- lando. 9lt.. early' and get a good,.selection. Goods you eave-from 25 to SO per.. .. For State Sesietor.. v For Member, School Board District
MintI.L.I . cent at Stanford Co. .no.' ifAt a
? Ma. /sitPrlday Quinn Kdmondson will call and gee KATZ'S.Dlr. T<> the Democratic Voter of Orangeand
__1- for the WKIte Star Ed. Donegan came down from Mr*. Morrison at the Opera House Osceola Counties: : UM aollcltaUon
} I I Laundry. 47-tf Waldo and spent Sunday here. with has the agency for the 'White Sewing' : I hereby announce that t will be 'acandidate ..myaolf candidate to raeooad BiyMlfaiaM4WIDOT
1\11 71 New barber shop at atPatrick's old relatives.Mr. Machine. See her and get prices bo- at. the coming Democratic of the School Board for Dtftriet No. 1,
Saturday exMl a fore buying a machine State ..ubiMttoUxaotloa at the >>DomaamUo Frinaryto
eta stand. Service a tonsonlal. artist primary for re-nomination all
feiMUjrM Mla by W. B. Johnston left last week beheld If .
Bdjr. 40- conversant with all the latest fad in Senator for the 19th Senatorial' District May !' WM. footed I plods a
111 46 barberln tf for Tarpon Spring, where be has accepted Rev. At L. Woodward will preachon of Florida composed of Orange"'I'Iae .of lay duly W.C' 8A1111.
.Mlneedap .. .. 7& 67 ..mTbmd. a position. the object of Prohibition at the
.?'. M 41 I Judge G. P, Parker is the happy recipient Methodist church on Sunday morning, and Osceola. Counties. .
Nl For Tex Aaaeasvor.Thanklnc .'
of informing him of the young cow f
Dews arch 8th, at 11 o'clock. .
arrival! of a granddaughter at the fresh with first calf. my I...... for thole...suppers I

home of Mr; and Mrs. Geo. M. D. P OUTLAW.FOR Miss India Le.lev.of Tampa, Is a For State Attorney.I'horoby .- hereby nmiaoo aiyoolf a oandldato. for ination ...

% % %% VVO o vvvV Dunne, Sumter H. C. guest at the home of her brother E. announce my ......Idata.r.! nomination to the ofBeo of Tax A..... *f OooooU.
BALlC-I have sale
for six
i good L._.Lesley having come up to help County',aubiioot. to the aotioa of UM DoaMeraUa
to of the offleo of State Attarnoy. -
a aoeond term
; The steamer Rosed came up from horses, which must ha disposed, nurse' him through his recent illness.\ In and for the Boqpth Judicial clrmlt of Primary to be hold May the ..... lyOS.
Dasioger Monday with' about. :200! and will go at a sacrifice. :.
p HELD . MbjooMa UcUon. of the Doaaocratto IwntdtaaaarMMMthiUo* of UM oflUa. m.s hi UM
RevX W. the Florida. the< "
boxes of grapefruit and other freight.Capt. J. W. MILLER. Hear J, Carpenter' ... \ "
: Johnson report a very hard noted prohibition -speaker, next. Sun. primaries to bo hoM OB. 11.71.. IMA. U asala I Itru. past to-the- -.t-of-my abUlty..
trip but he was willing to try it again C. M. Jerome, of Atlanta, adjuster Jar-afternoon at 3:30 in front; of the ...d. with the admlnlatrctkm. ot thla moat Important .1. j. U bVER8TREET: : ,

. - - ------------_ and left on Wednesday with about for the North American Insurance postofrjoe, and at ?:30 Jn' the Opera ollloo by the ........ I wilt toe I hanw..
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48,000 pounds of merchandise for down Company) was In town Monday adjusting House. way striven tech porform my duty Impartially I For Sheriff.

!"> Dwelling, for rent apply. to M. the river points, ..,. : the. Ion on Mr*. Huphes's and '_......11'. for the bart Intoroit of MM_toe. I hereby saneness my........, far Uio tBIn'sfBhortlt
Tiller boarding house, which burned >lat Married,6n Tuesday evening' March JOHN C. JONES. of Oacoola Conaty. noblest to the DOOM.
fc. The lord's Supper will be observed week. i 3rd, at the residence of Mr. Jesse-Tl-
watches _tie Primary., I'.lirtid I promUo MM,bMavrvlM '
5. .; llleraofUdlret.(, 92.00 at at the Baptist church next Sunday 'FOR nor, bye daughter/ Miss -Minnie May ForTayi, Colle ..#. .' at which 1 am -w. .
Keti's. morning and Jthe pastor earnest requests e SALB-Several thoroughbred Tlnerto )I... David Henderson; Judge To the Dwmoeratle V.......of Oaeoola C"'nQl a r FRKVATT.'

Cut price on woolen goods atStan- that every member who possibly registered young Jersey bulls. These W.. it. Johnston officiating. I announoa mynah a eudldat for ronominatlooja .
: bulls are from the famous Miller sit
ford Co can be that present.those Especially recently baptleed Is itimportant .: Slbl Jersey stock. Price very low As will be seen bv a communicationin *Tax CoVoetor of Omola County aubjwrt, So the: :

: Order for tailor i made cults, at the be present and receive the right account surplus of bull.,, Address' another column of thl..lllue, Miss i action of the Democratic prlmarf.. I wtaatothank will : :
the voter for thatr peat lut>port. TBff&ctScore ;
I' "Cash Store .4 ; :;li' ';w. ; ', "' \ hand of' church fellowship.' : 'UNITED-. '' KIsRimmee LAND-CO., .Fla. millinery Mettle Bandy store I preparing connection to with open Mr.a:' very mucb-approclatothair. ...... In the Primary' ; jay'- -

Leave packages: for the White Star Good secondhand watches at" very Pi: Lawson'i Cash Store "' "*'. of May 111I'". I**. Very roopoeUully "
> Laundry with> Out) on Kdmondson 47t low prices J. H.llBDDiTT. Mr*. J. 4. 'Wood and little\ son, CHAS. .. BANDY.

Master .Milton Hicks, of Atlanta.; who Senator H. H. Duckman, representing '!"
Kj'1oIr. Harry W. ..Thurman returned Mr. George Donegan and family have been spending several. months the Wholesale Liquor. Dealers For CoMsty ."tell_. of 1"10'.14. Cltizesie Neveteereed .
rdav from ten days' visit\ to who had been here some time visitingrelatives "
'r t .a fortheir homeIn here, theguesta of Mr*. Wood's parents Association, will be here tomorrow, 1 hereby. .n meI myself a*a eaixlkUta for ro- in'
nUadelphla. left Sunday Dr. and Mrs./ M. J. Hicks, left night and will speak from the stand. nomination U the onVo of (County....*and Exofflelo -
.Mr. Donegan was
"Sueslne .ilk." so extensively advertised called Birmingham.home earlier. than he expectedto on Monday for home. Dr. Hicks accompanied erected by t.hewe' on Broadway Juds. of the County Court at the Domo- If you suffer from backache a |
'. in all the leading periodical that his them as far as Jackson mute Primary to be hold. on the IBlh day of May There I I. only one way'to cure ,.... v

on sale at Kats's. residence go by a and telegram all Its stating content had ville.Mer. Ybor CHv. suffered a serious conflagration A. D. IViH.! and In doles ..,...._tIp court the The perfect way U to cure. the kidney -
last Sunday afternoon In of all of fellow. eltiaoaa. and I can
/ support
A beautiful assortment of the new destroyed by fire *. W, A. McCool' Or. Glnri, i which four. large cigar/ factories and aaouro U-'thatIlI-my '_ the 'aonleattoaend. *.,- ,
lace, Fll t Cluny Valenciennes etc. at chlidren. W. S. Dick ley, D, i* Weaver C.Irowatt houses de- .. A bad back sick kidneys.
three hundred means
The Fay Stocking: for and Wallace over were olactlon I will the flit.... a*In the peat dovoto
KATZ'S.jNext'Saturday I ladle at Stanford Co. N. W. Heaves. D. itroyed. The burnt district. covers all of my tine and energy U the bort IntaroaUof 'Neglect it, urinary t.'oUble follow,
J. D. Strock and J. Howard of Beaver
lathe last day on Messrs.. Chas; Javeni. of Freedona. spending eighteen: \ aDd one-hair city blocks and the county In accordance with law. Doan's Kidney made for ,
Falls, .who alt! sometime '
thich candidates in the city electioncan .P... and Thos. J. Davidson of West leaves over two thousand people ,' __ W. R. JOHN8TON.. kidney "
file their petitions and qualify.Florshelu here at. )11'. McCool's place on homeless. only.
Bridgewater, Pa., arrived in town Steer'Beach, spent a few days seeing Commissioner District S. B.. r mon..- cfffarmaker. H'vlair
>'. 96 Patent Oxford ate Tuesday IRnt. to spend a week or so the sights of Tampa last ,week. flay. W. Carpenter, the noted For County \\'fo.3. at. 1311 Ashley street, Tamps, 'i..:,
the correct thing a* to style comfort, enjoying/ our climate. Mr. Javen prohibition speaker, will'speak\ at says: "I used Doan's. Kidney Pill
.etc., Found at H. C. Stanford Co. has visited Klssimmee In former years. Mr. Frank Van Agnew has purchased Peghorn next Sunday morning at. 11 To.tha Domoeratie Vote of OaoooU Count and they.cured" DIe of backache and
only; and'keepi up with the progress of the I a flockof turkeys from Mr.Drought o'clock. 'Mr. Carpenter ha made a Having .......... to stand for ro-ixunlnation m* disorder, of the kidney ,Two or.

.*ron oral-class worn, patronize the town,by ..... lnlt.the Valley Gate tie.Quta over on the Island, who' delivered special stud of this question and is County CommUiionor;, ,, for District Nurtib 8, Idoilrt three time on account of the pain in t
the birds a few day since. beyond doubt. the foremost prohibition ( to thank my friends for peal (uP..ndpeetfullJ' '
White Star Laundry. Quinn Edmond. Edmonson will call for your my back 1 waS unable to, go to work
the of tIM people of
SOD will call for and. deliver your laundry. Please have the change for As Capt. Maling always claimed these orator today In Florida. Don'tfall'to solicit votoa my for several days. The secretion of
'- district at the' coming May Primary.J
to be wild. .the question
turkeys hear him.;
47-tf In. bad =
.package: him on delivery oft.he.a e. tf. . B. STRATTON. the kidney were avery condition
arise Whatbaitdid Drought
: Squire
d.r10\ color and if allowed to'
fir._Wm. Waldrbn of Bessemer, Justbefaregoingto ws learnof - ,
l press
The IClsslmmee\ Orchestra throughMr. use to entice the. bronze beauties?
.Ala, who has beeb 'spending a few' ' the death of Hon. H. L. P'I' For Supervlaor of Hegistration. stand would become consistency
J. W\,, leader has kindly "
days here stopping at the Park left. consented to lend Its assistance at. the The question' of a'new county road of tbe molt prominent men in South To the Oomocratl Votora of Oocoote Coont/t of jelly. 'I "led ..r&ou.remedle'_ of,
yesterday for home. I I ", at the Onera House next I b now on the tapis. The proposed Florida, which occurred: at his revIdenceat I hereby. announce myself for ranommaton. to taking what seemed like gallon)

of White Pine and Tar is a Sunday night.: With: such- speaker\ road is to run from :Mr. Walter Bass, Fort. Drum on Wednesday. the offioo of Buponrkwr of H Syrup -J and such 'Sr,'. place across the ford, east of the Deceased was atone time Sheriff; of .* t thank my'f rland.for put favora... but nothing' helped me at all until
remedy that will positively curegougns as Rev, W. Carpenter Pills the ad-
)I Doan's Kidney upon .
IlllUboro and later represented aollelt their heath' aupport In the approachlncMay <
Island On
Island then the county,
KIsitnmee be made this orchestra across;
;. : and cold. For sale at mulca can by in the vice of a, Mend of, mine, and usingthem
V.ry roapoetfully.J.
Lake Breyard Primary.
Mai Ing's skirting county
Drue Co, flltf'iA i the opera house will doubtless be Capt. property directions
I Tonopekallga until the next ford is Legislature for three term A. UANCESTER.: according to they
taxed to Its fullest. capacity __ _.__ '
I' cured me in a very short time. .
meeting of the Village Improve' reached on the west side of the island
,ifent Society is called for next Tuesday Mr. Js... Lee. of Churchville, :Md., where a bridge. to 1>e constructed It seldom that. Kisimme la favored For Clerk of tneCircuit; Court.To For tale by all dealer Price 'CO

:March 10th. at the' Ian. A full', spent Wednesday la town. 'Mr. Lee 1 leading Into town with the opportunity of hearing the Domocratie Totem of Oaoaokt County cents. Fpster-Mllburn Co, Buffalo UnitebStates.
attendance. I I. desired. II" .one of our regular winter ,,1.ILOrll.j so distinguished speaker as Re,. BotaaTacandklatofartha offleo of Clerk of tho New York; sole. agents for the
but with his family he has 1\lel\ srll. F. B. r..owlDan,,, E. W.Thompson W. J. Carpenter, and everyone whoandahear Circuit. Court at the Oomoeratla Primary to beheld . . -
1The pastor, Rev. A.JL. Woodward.lretu..ned winter .at DeLand because he could I L. T. Jackson and Wm. C. can do so should come out In May. I will croatly appreciate. the support Remember the name*-Doan'a-end +
there will be preaching not secure suitable accommodationshere. McClure, a party gentlemen from him on the street In front of of the pooplo'of Oaoaola County. He".or take no other. 16-e-..m
af' the Method church at 11.o'clock Peers., 1)1.) who have been spending* Sunday and at .
He thinks we have the best climate the poiioflloe next _time past oeouplod. the position of Deputy
Sunday morning.The of any town In Florida. and will t few days) here and at Tampa with the night In the Opera House. Clerk 1 fool that t an fully ooBpotont lodto.ohanr . A Stitch t. TI...

Christian and Missionary Alliance make his arrangements to come- here view of securing a large body of land! *the duties of the dace. to tb* aattefactlon will .
for development\ left for their home Miss Ruby Kills much regrets the save nine. So will a bottle ;x>f
will meet in their next season. of the pubHc.
I this week. These gentlemen, we understand los through! death of a tabby 11:itt.en Ballard's Horehound Syrup always
... Isslmmee. next Tuesday evening at Try Kisslmmee Drug Co'.. Little'Cathario were very favorably impressed named "Smart. This educated For Heprcstesiteflve; kept on hand save many a. spell of.
invited.Send .
V-JT15., : All are cordially Granules for Constipation with this section. While here feline sported a white ribbon around I sickness. A' sure)I cure for -cough,.

your collar, cuffs and shirt. ToroldLiver and Bllliousness. 51-lf they were guest at the Inn. Some of his neck had his ear pierced and ",lo the. bwnoeratie Voter of Oaoeola candidate Ooantyi for BoproMntettvo cold, bronchitis and whooping cough.

'to the, White Star ....uodr1. Quinn Messrs. W. J. Sears. and C. L. these gentlemen have large holdingsnear : wore white ribbon woven through the I hereby announoo,,subject to rejrtetf the action a of the'Demoerstle -. Mrs. SHot Springs Ark: .writes:,
Edmondum will call for your packages nextTuesday the Gulf of Mexico ID Texas holes. Became untimely end "I keep a bottle of Ballard1. Horehound
will to Bw Petersburg 11*0. Aa
Bandy go Primal to be held on May UMa.
water..The in chest. Md thank .
47-tf barrel of ,
it-vou will notify him.! by I.Ull1lflato a Syrup my
to attend the Grand Lodge Superintendent W. J, Sears returned coroner's verdict being "Delta by Chairman the Board of County Cametlrlorurs forethought many times. It is r
Foil SAUE.-Young RhodeIslandRed K. of P. 'a.* .representative from home Sunday from Washing '! drinking too much water in a dry of Oaoeola County for many your I eel the I am my prevented many. severe .pell.', ofllonesi.

hem, all laying 91.00. each, In Friendship Lodge. Mr. Sears is on-D.C. where he had been attend town." aoniialatod with tho......of tour people sad ." Sold:: by ,,Uoberson's Pha
lots from one to forty, chairman of the Committee on Appeals IDl "the National. Convention of lIu.perineDdel1' : If......toItaU earnestly devote mraetf to protesting .
C. H, MURPHY. and Grievance, which Is quitean \ '"' and Teacher Mr. MesWi. Harry Perch. F. H. Cam and adiaaclnc. their Interest to the boat mavriy.Bubaorlptloos

honor to himself as well as a deserved Sears report a most pleasant trip plon..8. T. Buck and F. H. Buck! of of my ability. WALTER. BASS. 8 a.
t. l\e,. 3. Woodward returned. home of the local Py here in sailboat .
recognition and thinks the convention will result Philadelphia who left a for. toe Adapts
uetday: night after a week' absence 'thlans. In much good for' the cause erf education about five week ago to make the For Treeeurer.: Journal dally or semi-weekly taken. '
in Atlanta. where be wen -to coniult a the death of throughout the country;, While trip through by water-to Fort Myers, To tit.DemwruM Votora of Oeeeela Cmnty at ibis! office. '
for the We to
specialist. a defection of, eyes. regret aged five in Washington be was extended many returned this week on the steamer Roe I wm be a eaadldato for County Trwumrer at .
little Warren Story, yearsand -
The R.y. David D. Kidd will bold of Mr. S. B. Story who lives courtesies bY the .Flo..14a.deleaaLloD seada. They found the hyaclolb* in the May Prteary.and brtlnm that V eaauOet.ently .
services in the Episcopal church on about son. five miles east -of town. The la.Congress, |n4 met some of the most. the river below Baslnger too thick:! topenetrate perform the duuW of the oOoo I ro uiH- A. 'DROUGHT

Sunday next. Holy communion,'' at little fellow, was taken wlthj)' brain fever prominent men of the nation. In and could not get through. fully wash your secs''. B. & MULES E. ,, '

10:30. Evening--prayer. and, sermonat while Mr. Storf was away. looking company with some of the other FlorIda They' report good" sport. along: the For Count C .....IO..,. District -ACCopNTAWt-' :
lot of
4 o'clock.- after his rancbe at Turkey Ham superintendent he" visited the river,and found quite Mo, ,1.

"Mr*..f: .P. Fox of ',Tampa, and her mock and an automobile. sent for. .White Bouse and b-waR Presideat given. Roosevelt a most Perscb among baa the returned resident north of tiasioger.Mr. and the. Til tb.onioiialli Tnloro tf fltitttt*;'i..T" Accounting: Work\ of 'elf"kind door

eh arming niece, Miss.Margaret Ha*,, him, hot the child died before his ar- cordial In reception fact. Joe be bad the latter gentlemen have cone' out to- At tb BoMottatteB of .,many Mend I have i ,Collections made Taxes p.tdt, '
her of Raleigh :N. C., have been the rival. Mr and Mrs. Story have the : say spend few decided to..a onmttdate few tho County Commloatoaor ',.
Lake to a coleynsh
his life and it is worth whileto Gentry _
guests of Mr+and Mr. .-B>< C<'StanttHfX . I sympathies of the entire' community\. time of him tell it.ling and hunting. for OUMet\ Number I.and I shell apttnci- ma81101Et,:: .It -
in'and beer1 about .
drop. . ( . ;'
la bereavement.
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: = "Mr. AdaIr my ward, ,Miss Gilbert -' ridNjI'otesV. -* _...,."." ..1fIIII11Ioo' srI'-' .' .. -'' _ _
. (!! : : .." : Fl BOMB STAnTLING )FACTS ABOtWW' ___

THE CANON'S WARD :The girl Inclined herself stiffly toward TUB VICE OF.INTEMPEUANC-'* .

vri ; ; him with what was very literally .' .. .- :

II.Ii a scant; courtesy-and while lookIng ; : ;

;-i-:, a TALE OF MONET HADKESS.By :) straight, In his face contrived to .- ..... "V .V. 'r .V ..... .V' 'V .V W'. 4- w-. ... ... r. 'r W 'V W ... .... 'V. .... ..-. 4 I .. ., ', "
_ ._ _ _ _ .-.- carry the Impression that she was unconscious 1007 Was a Great Teinperaiice'YeszNotaIIe -
--- -. ) of his County 'Awards at State Fair.. i Naval Station Improvement. Progress Mad> ;JNot(
1.1. 5 I ) \ presence Notwithstanding _ _
-JAMES PAYN. r : all which signs and tokens, Hefnando 'county waa awarded tlje 'The prospect' for Immediate Improvement Only In the United States Bat. the -' _ _

:U W- W.:.-... -W--...-,fl. -..--.._....... S: "I have)? had the pleasure of meeting grand championship! ,prlze of !$760 and of tbe naval.elation and the army World Around. ;- Miss Gilbert before' said Mr. .John also the prlee of $500 for .the championship post at Key West are bright. The Tbe year 1907 was notable for the"' _

Adair and *t the same time stepped Iccmmlttee I sent, several weeks ago. -

) CHAPTER -? 1 bent down, you would have read In forward and held out his-hand. prize of .S uth Florida at the ((0 Washington to look up the matter progress la tbe made United In temperance States but not the _ _
'" I only _
them 'more than The delicate pink faded stale fair In Tampa. The champion- | '
The CronleL from Miss was assured that the money availablefor world around
.., Tbe canons handsome face" softened Sopby' -cbeek in a moment, leavingIt hli) prizes of $500 each for the other' (the department would be This was the1 year of the Chinese

Ir Wbat "I.b.ll1ch" Is to Oxford men, like a glT| "A patron. he said; all lily It was/ evidently an"unex three sections of the stat were ( nayy Imperial edict against opium. Pro-,
'expended-at About
KSL picturesque, unique, unapproachable"tbe "a patron may, I.owever. be at.o.a pected rejoinder; but she took- the awarded as follows: Middle Florida, once. ,blbltlon made great strides In the
;; authorized for the local station _ _
Backs"-s-lne river gardens at friend. >e.-n South reclaiming the States of Oeor-
hand ,
;proffered frankly
enough, and Columbia
the backs 'of their coll.cee-are to'v' "This one I, not, or rather was In her bright musical voice Alacbua.: county: West Florida r' and everything Is'In, readiness to start ida and Alabama, and winning a hundred -
Cambridge men not," replied the young man curtly. "1 beg a-'thousand ; East Flosida.Bt.. Lucle., thework.. counties of Kentutflty. It -was
you pardons. I
fr At'the open window above the college "1 have done with him; or, as 1 I remember you'' now quite wells We' Oilier county prizes wire awarded The department needs about seriously proposed as a Presidential, .

archway a middle-aged man, his should perhaps put It. ho'' has done I as follows' : Issue for tbe Democratic party. Oklahoma
met at the bachelors ball I think." $650,000 to.purchase land and start the entered the Union with a law 4 _____
hair just tinged wltb but with with me." :"iT For tbe largest and best display of
\Vell I "
am surprised,. Adair, work of Improvement. There has been forbidding the manufacture and sale

intellectual features that still retain "And you have no 'friend? In- said : the canon. "I should have citrus fruits, diploma and -$200. Man-' appropriated $100,000 already, and of Intoxicants.The incident of the __ __ _
traces of physical beauty Is regard- quired the canon, gently. '
thought a ballroom was the very last atee. Congressman? has sewers of Oklahoma City flushed with
Ing this 'fair landscape with feelings "No friend but you, sir. My parents place you would have been found In. For the largest and beat, dl play of Sparkman now a 2300 !barrels of contraband beer was _
i -that are unahard by those he looks are dead; they left me nothingbut However "am to bill! before congress! asking for $250,; sufficiently'novel. Two of'tbe' tbr_ )' '
glad find
you are vegetables diploma and $200 DeS to. I
upon., and whose presence enlivens R name, and that" -hero he littered 000 The remaining $300,000 requiredwill counties of Delawaro went "dry" at

It., Ill thoughts are grave, though a sharp sigh as It seemed! In- not such It a Is stranger as I thought you For the largest and best display of be Included In the army budget tho November election. The bishops -

1 they are gladdened by Its beauty. voluntarily-"has been taken away you were will not forget hardly to-morrow necessary to say pineapples shcdded and grown In the It Is not likely that congr(' will tal<.e excise law was leading Issue In the-
trod from night; open; diploma and$200. St. Uncle.' j New Jersey coimpalgn. Chicago added
The Is as when he me. pUb1lC '
grass for'a build-
gzeenas who do up the appropriation
a man can cube root in his square mile to Its prohibition terri ,
it thirty years ago. and the fragrance "Your present name, however, will head should never forget anything.. For the largest and' best exhibit of lug at this session, but It Is now before tory. Yesterday thousands of em-, '

q. of the lime-walk baa lost none of Its one day be known irrespectively of I "You over-ostliiia'te, my memory tobacco grown In the' county aud I also them and It will be an easy matter ployes of the C I'a1to and Northwestern

sweetness, yet bow much in that him who gave It you," said the canon, made- tobacco diploma -
1.;' gone sir,, said the scholar, smiling; "but" of cigars from ; to have It taken up at the n" ,r. Railroad took the pledget"The .
". was there before! All 'Is crowded encouragingly. "I hear from your (here he glanced at the and $200. Gadsden. (consumption of strong llauor -
9810n mid Its The
{ 'with: life, yet how great Is that 'gap tutor that great .tllings are expectedof young lady) "I rarely forget what For. th* Inrirest cud best display of - secure nassaffe.. -: diminished In Great Britain.
k :which death and changes havo made.A )'OU. You will achieve reputation wish to '--- number work In the nival: station will comI The Government'of Roumanla. I Ipla is
light hand though It belongs to -fame." livestock, .with the. largest I oboes within the next sixty day*. lnlng' drastlo .measures'to checicdrunkenness.
"I hope you don't repeat all you of entiUs, diploma and The bill .
and variety '
new .regulating
a man six feet high, Is laid upon thodreamer's "And Independence" added the I i Captain iJiuza: is already at work on '
said Miss
remember Sophy lightly drink in that country rnake. the
L shoulder, and he looks up young man, vehemently.)'. "or an evening with you and my dear $200, Manatee. ''tIO: Improvements at Fort Taylor. The sale of brandy and whisky a State .
in the face of an old college friend. "No doubt of It. To a guardian would bit a little trying" )For the largest: and. best display i prospect for the expenditure of ",.000"tt'OO monopoly end elves municipalities .

t It Is Mavors, the tutor with tvhoinhe of character (the canon was thinkIng It was a flippant speech for a cotton diploma and $200 A 1\ 'l1.I II. [ ot public money during the next control of saloons. Barkeepers become -'

had been at college, and who bad of his own son) dependence Is! young girl, but itwas generally,. ad-' For tho largem and best arranged t yiar is very good municipal eUlplo 'ea. Bars are

remained at work there while he thralldoni. Nature herself points out milled that Miss exhibit of tropical fruits. with th() largest limited: number and may not re- .
was flippant. ----
himself had taken a college living, to him his way In the world. But I The whose habits number of varieties, dlplonia and I : main open on Sundays or saints' days'- -,
canon, of
quotation Lectures.
j Drainage Expert or after 8 at night. Intoxication'Is:
giving up through 111 health been gathered from what you said that j
had been, 'thua sarcastically alluded $2110.' Lee.: I -
Colonel J.Vriglit. head of the punished'by fine for the first offense
made a canon"of a neighboring cathedral you and" your patron had parted com- to, only smiled and shook his head."Vou For the largest and best. display of diilnaee conimUslan: of the Unlt'd'' and byrn prison term for the second.
and finally had back '. "
pan) need not I be afraid"of my repenting IndNslrlul'reKoiircen, diploma and $200, i Habitual' drunkards are- registered
I to Cambridge to "reside." "So we have. Whal I' have now anything Miss Gilbert," said llornundo. 1 States department of agriculture at and barkeepers selling them IIqu6ra..

:: "Why, Aldred, you are musing! to gain Is a' competenc ." the'youug scholar, gravely; and backIng Washington, delivered an Interesting are subject to heavy fines.
display1 of
exclaimed the new-comer. In banterIng "Oh. I see. That sort of Independence to the dobr. ho bowed 'and left For the largest antI best 'ecture In th > auditorium at Miami to I I As Incidental to this drift towards-

f but not unmusical tones. '.'Are ," returned the other, dryly the room. poultry, diploma and $200, 'Aillclm8 I I u large audience. Colonel Wright baa temperance, interviews with Saint-

you regretting have not once The young man looked amazed, "You've frightened that young )For the largest and brat floricultural been- spending several weeks In the I Irlt" Baens, MeESenet, 'd'IndY Sardou and '

more an undergraduate's gown upon then as one who, having lost his'way, man very much Sophy," remarkedher exhibit with cut flowers, diploma and ,,'studying the drainage of the By1 I Henri authors L.avedanrepresent and composers these as deprecating French-
your shoulders Such thoughts hits suddenly on what he believes to
guardian reprovingly; "he Is a $150 Manatee I I rrRladei.; Later he will return tb tho use of alcohol as a mental!
never come Into my head, because, be the right track, he answered, eagerly mathematician and takes everything For the largest and best 'Horticultu Washington a" full stimulant. Lavcdan and Sardou denounce -
making In
''I suppose, I have other things to do. "Do not think me mercenary, seriously, e\el1 3'ourlert/ little jokes." ral exhibits and beirlnR fruit trees report I! it at! a poison. The precedent -
j .The hand of least employment has 'sir You do not know what poverty "I'm regard to the feasibility 'of dralnlnqi of Baudelaire drugging himself
eo sorry replied the girl, diploma. and $15 ternando. i
:- the daintier sense. A thousand pardons Is." preat body of land known- as tha: Into delirium at forty-lx and de Mxis-
.. with pretense/ of- penitence; and the and bust display of
For largest
-I forgot the concordance." "Quite true, quite true," said the Evfr&ladf3. It, Is very evident hat set with his "brilliant future behind
to her
t ..I was thinking'of my boy," said canon, touched by the other's tone. him running an affectionate up guardian kiss. she gave Its native woods'. Elite, largestnu'nberand there Is a great diversity of opinion I' him" at forty because of absinthe-

tbe canon, gently. "I of such variety considered., diploma and and alcohol apparently no longer
am no- Judge a case .as You could never have guessed from regarding thin eiibjoot. Just! what the In France. From
hods) an Editorial
"To be sure," returned the other $100. llernando. I I .
yours. her result would be in the .
manner what was the actual fart cane Everglades In the New York World
his voice changing at once to of Moreover It is desireto For and bent of
.' one my earnest -that, so far from frightening; Mr. the Urgent display are drained l Is n hard problem to solve.

-c. ?1 .sympath-y, "He would be just the free myself from the sense of an John Adalr, that gentleman had Its mineral resources, diploma. and Many who have p'anted( groves along Liquor Dethrones Reason.

age $for coming up, and you would obligation that has become. Intoler frightened her to the of fainting $100, Polk. -
; like to have him of verge a 'or near this great body of. land fear Scores of Instances Illustrating: this ,-
here able.
course. fit.- and best of I II truth this office '
For the largest display come to every week.
Well, a soldier is better than "Ah want to this that lowering the water level in. the
many too-gen-
you pay diploma and $100. Manatee I Hero Is one which made its appearance
r other of the professions. You would erous
n't make him a sailor, 41 suppose, that lie baa expended on you?" CHAPTER II. For the largest and boat illsplay of I upon their citrus! groves. Others claim 1| "Until about a' year' ago John II.

ervlng, In a gunboat in the tropics Tbe scholar bowed his head as- General Homage. woman's work, as classified under wo* the contrary. Them are evidences j jI Hodges, of Durham,'' N. C., was looked)

:Without half the necessary amount of sentlngly; It his Intention was to have man's department, diploma and $50;; that neom. almost Indisputable that the I upon as a model husband and father.

cubic feet of air to breathe In; nor made a favorable Impression on his Canon Aldred was a man of mark Lee. j I I Rverglades are colder when the waterIs lie was a total abstainer; but suddenly .
In Cambridge and the more so since ho took drinking and began
( yet a young genU man' at large, companion be had certainly succeeded For the: beat exhibit of' hay, diploma
taken off them. Colonel to his '
his ways 'were not Cambridge ways Perhaps neg.V'ct family Hit wife argued
:which means In the end, the Insolvent there need for him to I
; was no and $50, Polk. |I with him, but and
As a university man he had not Wright can give rome satisfactory argument
Court. Andes to India, just speak. much distinguished himself his For the largest and best display of pleading alike was In vain. Wednes- ,.
rolutlon, of
think how "your Indian enjoys get "May I asks without Impertinence friends said be could easily have; doneso celery, $58, Orange. I I the Problem "I day night, crazed with whisky, he
ting home! Indeed, I have a reason for it-. dragged his sick wife from her bed.
; "Ah! If he ever does." returnedthe the cause of quarrel between you and had he1 not wasted his mental energies .For the county making the- largest Coal for war vessel' which are soon and notwithstanding the most pitiful

canon, mournfully. Sir CbarlesT IB so many, directions; but and best display. of tomatoes, diplomaand to arrive In Pensacola and go .on the pleadings and endearing terms, shot:
others had their doubfs of this. I!I her "
Lee. to deatb.
"Why shouldn't leT What's toprevent ."It Is only natural that you should $25, target range in the gulf five
It Is tbe Instinct f'1D0st mill'll I We read a "great deal] from Jlqnor'lource.
him, He I. 'Dot the boy to do so, sir answered theyoung"man persons For tbe largest and best display of fr&si Pensacola-bar arrived
some dayj
when ,, about the 'horrors of
they,stand In fear of a fellowcreature .
take a brandy pawnee. A few "If not an'swer strawberres, diploma and $25, Her- ',
years"Ten. gravely. I do
'ti. your to avoid his society as much, ago,. when the schooner Mary F. Bar- tea and even water, in an attempt

question you must not imagine thatI as Is consistent with the. concealment nando. .'', rett entered from: Norfolk bringinga j I' to minify th.. evils of strong ,
at least. Mayors" put"In the I I am ashamed to. do so. I am n.ot --:,- .. OCl.500 drink. We are solemnly told that -
of their dislike but tons. The schooner
,, though Sophy cargo
other mournfully; "and the lads ambitions afraid of any inquiry, but'"' here he \ "' Scudamore Sent te Asylum. wP'nt men can be Intemperate on anything.
Gilbert was stricken with a great to the yard and moored at'
; If'there's an opening he will turned scarlet, "It was a private mat- navy Some preacher came out lately in
N fear of John Adair, ehe adopted the Cfeorge C. Scudamore, deposed cash tile coal dock where the J
snake for It. ten" ." I cargo was an attack upon doughnuts as. In hl.
"My work: Canon. Aldred was ,. I"Thst.vuhnstherewas.a lady In contrary course. Without any sudden ier1, of the Pensaco'a, Dank and Trust !i stored In bins, to be held .for use of enlightened opinion, equal In destructiveness -

:wont to observe labia pleasant'way. the case. I suppose" said the canon withdrawal other attentions, company, against whom' charges are tho vessels which are later'to fill theirbunkers. to bad whisky. And the
Mr. lI1liVora she ''transferred I liquor journals all over tbe country '-
-- dexterously
"'like topmost Gargarus, takes the smiling. pendingalleging embezzlement and The Barrett Is one of the
are rolling It as a sweet morsel under' -
it to her other and :
;: morning' ;" but, as Mr. Mayors had "Yes sir; I was very Ill-treated." laid herself out to please neighbor him. Ina forgery, hag been committed to "the largest ,hooners ever to enter a gulf their blistered tongues. Some London, .)

hlnteel,- It was not a severe description "And not by her, I dare say," man's thiswould have been state insane -ayum at ChatUboocheeby port.- being a five-master, and with a doctor has lately been exploited by a'

of JAbor"''anel could be done at smiled the canon. "Well, my lad, case to County Judge Bellinger. .. net tonnage 'of 1,400, the size of an certain beer-bloated lord as to the t,
Impossible most It would
any time. lIe was Juit now engaged we cannot all get what we want In' dangers of intemperance In every-
The decision of tb3 court reached
have been difficult but to Sophy It was ordinary steamer.
a edition of his ai ; j thing. But will all these bibulous
upon new favorite his world, and often as not It Is
was" comparatively easy Youth and arter'revewln! the returns of the --.. gentlemen who are trying to convince
poet, Milton.Including a concordance better l for us that we should not. I .
;' and, like all men who havelittle' cannot say,"' he continued In a beauty were on her side; "but, pow-, second lunacy commission that examined As a manifestation of the Intense u. -that whisky is harmless as any

to do,. thought It a' matter not changed tone', "how pleased I atn erfu.1 auxiliariesthough they were, Scudamore, although two of the Interest the people of Live Oak takeIn other point out edible the.or cases drinkable where doughnuts please to

% only of vast importance, but of pressing with your assistance In my present they would hardly have served her members recommended that confine.ment .:. j Its welfare there was a mass' meeting pie tea, coffee-anything; but whisky p)

necessity It did not strike him. work,. You seem to me to be the she turn with him she bad'to deal had was, unnecessary. 'the Judge, of the citizens at tbe auditorium -makes men pull their sick wives

that what people had done without very helpmate I have been looking possessed them only. Fortunately however: ,_believe that! Scudamore ta, cue night the past week to discuss out of bed and shoot them to death
t for h'er-or as It seemed to her ,
for a; few centuries, such as a con- for. I was verifying what you had dangerous and therefore committed ways 'and means of hastening the va Nothing-but alcoholic do
for the present, for who tell It. In the' face of
can such records
cordance "of Milton they could done last aud did not detect a*
very night, a
whether him. Ills relatives will sue out a writ -Improvements which nrj planned above the
that which looks like luck pro-liquor argument for
well..wait for a little longer, and In single error. I do not 'think that the of habeas to obtain the releaseof for the In the future There
,, order to'expedite'matters' to-day may not turn'out to be dls- corpus city near temperance In 'whisky using and, beer ,,' '
he employed remuneration we agreed upon is n aster to-morrowT-ahe had, 'as we -the (former'! was a large number present notwlth drinking will fall flat.-American -
z an assistant. sufficient "recompense for such care I Issue.
t There Is a modest knock at tho and accuracy. I propose to double have said (not the art, for It was standing Inclement weather. The -

'tnner,door, (for the outer, of course, It" nature with her). the gift of pleas New life was Instilled Into ,New mayor members of the city council A Comparison. -

;was open), and his own gentle voice "Ob, sir, you are too generous." ing.To Smyrna a few days ago when the Jack | and bond trustees all gave a good\\ac. "I never saw so UtUe drunkenness ;;r. "

; replied, "Come In." The new comer "Tchut, tchut! the benefit is mutual please Jobn Adair, however, sonvllle Development company disposed -1 count of their work The people, are In any city In. the country,"..ays Oeo.

was: a young man of twenty-two or ; you may be, sure I keep the was not the light task she had foundIt at auction, a large part of what very much alive to any movement for L. 'McNutt, speaking of irocktov,

'. .o. ''He was tall and thin-of a leanness whole matter secret, aa before Nor to be with other young men. 1 betterment! of' the city. ; Mass. Compare License Haverhlll '
Andrews the .
Is known as the tract on .
There were certain initial difficulties
Indeed,. that almost approached need I add that what you have Just With No-License Brockton. -
.' to surmount. river front and adjacent to one of the In 1895
emaciation. j 1 Brockton had 900 morepeople
0' He had dark
the confided to me about your own. af-
It that
develops the conference of
As the and sections of than Haverhlll. In 1905
length and straljatness of a rule young man was reticent best resident business it
fairs wll| go no further.
not from cautiousness of this executive ,and traffic officials of railway had 9000 more.
; any the city. For several years tract S
made hint
c'. more lantern- '
appear even He spoke so rapidly that It va. impossible -
The Increase lit valuation In !
:? dlspo.ltlon-far from it, he was audacious has been withheld from the market I| lines In Savannah recently was Brock
Jawed than he really was. His face, for the other to Interposo a 1 ton was $13.759.807; In Haverhill < "
.o far from having the hue of youth, 'word of thanks, but his face glowed even to recklessness, though, and during that time building along upon naseenger rates la Florida The 6,151,987-not half as much. )r
Indeed, he had not much to lose {t jl road commission of this will
though it was not unhealthy looking with pleasure. the water front has been active. There I state The poor epartment of Haverhill

'c was destitute of color. His teetb, "By the bye, you are nor In the but from the circumstances of 'h'U was an. urgant need for the opening of meet soon abd the officials daslred to the smaller city, spent $90,141 moro

v however, were good, and his black boats, are )"ou1" position. He had come up to theUniversity : this property for building sites aol 'I arrived at a concerted plan of action tban Brockton. Haverhlll's arrests

:'eyesthough somewhat downcast, "Oh, no sir." The' words were a sizar, a proof of his i the extensive sale Indicated the confidence for that 'occ slon, whetf" they appear for drunkenness were fifty per cent
not having a superabundance of this I greater. sv
very clear and bright. with smile which board. ,- *
spoken a cold before the It Is understoodthat -
with which the of New From-1895
people to 1904 hank
world's good I. and what he -had -had savings
"I fear I anxrather late canon, might have almost been translated.'How the Florida commission will be
deposits in Brockton Increased
been given to hint ( he himself Smyrna and adjoining country regard $3-
he said, in a voice ... soft .. a "'0- should I abe, since I have neither as asked: to sanction "a' rat, of 2 3-4 cants 517.386. and in Haverhlll poly $2- '
0 bitterly expressed: it) out of charity the future of tho place. Business men
man's, and with a deep that
respect time for such thlnpT""Then
nor 249,433.
monet If -From Poster -Brockton
He. had' been adopted bya' wealthy into the effort to secure the main lines and 3 cents for the
had yet no touch of sycophancy "butI you must join us here to- qntered actively I No-License League. .
baronet Sir Charles Adair and but I branch lines. On some of thj: flnea L
had not kept my chapels and.'i-" morrow night. We shall have a lit- new'settlers and Increase valuo -- '" -

"Don't mention It, my dear lad" tle party to see the procession-my .' for certain proceedings of his own, of realty through tha disposition of 4 cents has been the rate. In Floridafor : License Indefcuklbl.
put in the other, with a friendly ward-I think I hear them this moment would have been better provided for; this property. a number of years Observation of' tbe results of II-,

mile. "Have done nor had he quarreled with his patron, sense, both In this and
h- you the B's )'eU" on the staircase; theyoften. country in ,

'w J"Y s; air" The young man drew come to fetch me home.." or found much fault with his own Harry .Bom ford, a former Tampa Mr. W. Fisher o(Philadelphia is a Great Britain, leads Irresistibly to the
If,. 'from 'under hU position, till he had forfeited his conclusion that it is not successfulas
the state
gown some MSS. and While be was yet speaking the who has ''served seven visitor to seeking a suitable
favor. lost It however he contractor a means of overcoming evils'
Having the
i pot them,Into the other's hand. door opened and two ladles enteredthe' location for the establishment of a :
If was In no' mood to caress the h..nd'tbat months of a one-year term In the penitentiary of intemperance. Nothing can be -;
rf "That's well my lad; how neatly room; the elder a tall woman of of He '
colony Pennsylvania people. said In favor of the saloon"Whetherlicensed
do How'I had fed him, or In truth, any for shooting Captain Park, a
r J yon envy you about flve-and-forty. very thin and '
tract'of and'propesos or unlicensed. To raise
wants 2,000
a acres a
band Instead of blaming himself steamboat' master nephew of State
that'gift of deftness! You will be ,
angular but with an' air of singular I revenue by authorizing the sale'ot
for' what had happened, be' blamed Park' of Georgia when Park to look over various' sections ...
Treasurer ,
Sealc r.WrancJer. fellow that which debases
my good as refinement delicacy; the youngera and pauperize the"t.,
.: sure as your names Adair." slight, fairy like creature exqulstely the world at large, which to his eyes surprised him. In Park home with I of the state and secure this sized people I. both unprofitable and Immoral .

so, .sir," b. replied, with a quick sparkled -with '"expression; her hair and itlll so regarded him asa ,state "board.The big purpbM. .- The late U. B. Senator Jobn 'J.'' Inn. -'

flash-"but if my success depends on was 'golden, and her eyes) of hazeL poor .man. What above all things -- caUL .. ..- :-. ,-r.;..., e'-
.- my name being Adair I shall not be a But It was not'at once that"you no- moved. biiftwas the contempt of Charlotte Harbor and Northern Tho cOBventton:: ''o'r'the Anti-Saloon. "' J -

-. ;wrangler at alt: My name 111-01' was ticed any such 'delait her other vomen.' to which, as worshipers of \ w Tempii lee' Notes. -.- : 4 :

I ,-Burke.". charms were lost In her-brightness. ranhfand.; position he deemed. himil railway,. although a'very young line, League -Florida will .be held In The anti-saloon sentiment 'wuol: '

-.::" .Then why,did 7011 'change it?" "My dear guardian.".' she' ex subject.1' Under these circumstances and, "by no: means' ,yet. completed: will Gainesville ,for 'four-.daya. ,March. '17 never stronger throughout. the- 'count'
it II'DM.. that .Insociety try thin jit Is now ..
,inquired the canon with" mild surpri. .< claimed "we are late, I know, but do ;; surprising travcrll 'one of'the' richest sections'ofthe to "20, Inclusive, and 'several' hundred 'noted "

..*. He knew it was'not the usual not scoldAunt Maria, It'was' all my he'was. x'etlrlng&nd. at.heart lUtIt' will 'open' up. '&Del develop ' -A physician of Paris asserts
delegates, :wIll bo preseDL.rie' that It Is Impossible for a.hab t
'jason-a Inheritance-for Adair fault : morose., jeonvcntlon aJ,
for after
cbapel"lIer. section
; of DeSoto county' that '
: a drunkard to have sound
,. SUar; and far-from rich; he' To be, Continued will be- held In the big labe" '> ,- -
:was a ,. stopped; catching"sight of 'the Tins long been famous for Its line 'or- After an exciting and hotly ,. -
contested -
I ; a patron;, Sir Charles nacle which, la one f the most,fcommodlous
-7topJeue': young .scholar. : ; farms ; local
.. :Vogo groves, vegetable and cat- option campaign: and eI otion. -.
mdir.-" ., ."A friend of mine, Mr."'Adalr.c my Lake Huron holds'a carious record raising i> The southern'terminus: fthe' buildings In the state which .. Athens the county seat>of-Ath
k "Tb. bitterness \be' young mans dear' Maria." There '....' something In havlnsmor, .Islands than any other assures plenty' of 'room, for both delegate ens County:: Ohio, voted'-out ber saw

*) was 'excessive; If you could have 111 the tone of her brother' Introduc lake: It has at least SOOO Loach ,road.Is Boca Grande, one 'of the and,visitors) Several..speakers i benson May 23. by: a majorlty'ot .

,.,"kS.755h1Cb.. :b0wLT5.hlt j tiOfl1PblohcausedMlss' Aldred to gra- Erne.. In Ireland. "'has'260 Islands.. finest;:::natural harbor alone' the' 'gulf ef prominence .have! been, .Invited., thirteen votes." A, total of 1530" "votes 1 "pwere'cast.
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'*: : Declares PreifaW.J" Was Finding I of Majority ofI :
"Jiradiey Eledfid In Regarding' ,I '
;'K : Senator '* Address to Educators..' Alleged'i'etinage ;d "o l tdy, fz'byou :

'the. :t Kentucky'Legislatare< *. ---- I Bro. ;;;:yiJIB Committee.. ':;. Exposed. -In (tl1o' House , 'danlJ:need to

..- 1>' That there will be no let-ups of Pre. -} .
r ident's Roosevelt's policy of' warring .. : '

: LONG DEADLOCK BROKEN. against '.'rottenoe.and corruption," VOTE,.WAS kWHT: TO FIVE u E NUNCIATION is SEVERE: : ;!!eacQrkaround; ,'(..1 r'

: .' was 'empbaUcaily'declared.! by the pres' neck to; '
your curs J .
ldent-Wednesday In an address to'the I "

'f ,'"' :Successful Candidate I a Republican and. delegates Intendents.ot.o_Ap Uie| depkrtment'ot National Kduoatlonal super" Action of President ,Roosevelt" lit Div- 8CU1h.rn.? C ;;="O
' ... .':'II.' a Former Governor. of the State. Association during their reoeptlun at' charging' Negro Troops la Endorsed ' Stories Are Told to Divert'Immlgra ,?{ BALL'A C"

Ir t'I? I Victory won by N.T'W'"Ma: ,. the white house Continuing; the president -Mstttr Now' Up to the. lion.:-Clark :Roasts Department' '... , lg,

:r. Iw' gin of FoucVotes.A caeb'- ', views on educational Senate 'for RevIew ,\ Aotnta., NOW '

.w' _____ methods at considerable length, and -- LI'iIvlE14T. :
' : special from Frankfort-t Ky., says: with characteristic vigor .and, expresslpn. A Washington special 1 says: That the 'A,'' Washlngtcp special says: 'AnInvestlgatlon -

eft Amid scenes,of the wildest .excitement shooting''affray at Texas '
by the Immigration com '
At Wednesday's bustneia'session of j I ViII direr that -tlrroat' In short order i -
it' ,on the floor of the house of representatives the association, Oklahoma City was on the. night of/August! i..u. nOG,'was mission of labor of conditions In turpentine Ballard's Suow'Liniment penetrated the pore, promo.i

; former Governor, William O'Con-- selected done' by' some of the lIeero'aoJdlera tog free circulation, giving t fhho miwclos moro elait.lct '.,
: sl. the next meeting place, camps, plantations and other ,)
'ti; nell Bradley, republican candidate, of the twenty-flfth United States'. lea
and officers were elected aa follows: Industries of the south, especially the jryg BR Lzslas
CURESRnntJMA'nSM.curssPSt ,
:1'w. Friday elected te-succeed ..JamesB. tantry and that the testimony taken .
1 McCreary; In the,United States senate r"ldent\' 11. Elson, Cleveland before the senate' committee on military existence of peonage, la p,:, Y.lded'for in ..., STIFF JOINTS, ,,t.
.Ohio; Arst vice president, David D. ,BURNS. AND ALL PAINS It"
+: I4. for a term''or six' years, beginning affairs falls to Identify the guilty)' a resolution taken 'up by ,the house "'Ho
"! Johnson, Rock Hill, S.' C. second vice
't- March-4, lbt/9., lie reoelred,. '*'votes- ; ", .Parties Is the opinion of eight members' Monday under.suspension of, the rules. GAVE INSTANT ;
president Miss Ida Render Buffalo l RELIEF. .
;' barely enough to win and! was enabled \, 'the ;
jot committee. Four' members of Mr. Williams of Mississippi; I said that
; secretary\ A. C., Nelson, Salt Prove
N.1Y'1. Henry Bbono Utah. \rrltMt 4JI ha naed
to. the ; the BMlord'a'-
gainvictory through assistanceof ,
...Ue City, Utah.- committee against this decision the circulation abroad ;or stories' 're Snow IJnlin-int for HouraJfrla Tooth-ache and Bore ThroaV-
four antf Beckham,< democrats, Senators and one member did not vote.The ,
President Roosevelt said 10'part: ; culling peonage bal done Jisrm to the' which upon at plfoaUongavo tna Instant relief. I can rooonHipond -
i H. S. McNutt, and Albert Charl- resolution declaring; the guilt of It a* bolntr tile bout!; liniment; I have over used ta Mixing
:; ton,. and Representative .Chrys Wu ller.'of -" 'It'l. Idle for 'an1 man to talk of' the jiegroga was ,submitted by Senator I south and he dashed an Investigation<< pain, canned from :ouralgia, etc." ,
despairing of the future of this ''
' Louljvllle and country by an important.body. In reply .to a. PRICB 25C
Representative Lodge Tuesday and was adopted after SOl AND $1.00
.1iF' or feeling unduly alarmed about It, question by Mr. Mann ot Illinois he
B. W. Llllard of Doyle 'countT' five resolutions by Senator Foraker ,
"', 4 Until Friday they bad' voted for democrats It he will come In contact with. you'bore one by Senator DuPont and one by said be believed the stone,' bad been, .., .
1 and with forces that, you represent put out by labor'alenb IIi New York Ballard Snow Liniment o
for senator, and their suddenrally'to Senator Scott All of which wero offered i
physically, Fundamentally.! In Its in order to. divert
2 Immigrants to other '
Bradley took'Beckham'men,,
substitutes bad been voted
family lifeand In the activltles 5OO-SC& Second Street ..
outside, sections' of the -country. Mr., Uumphreya .
c 'completely uy surprise, although the down.
v claim ot'itsindividuals. the country la better .1 of Mississippi supported the ST. LOUIS ,- MIs\ 'f
utter, to have Information that a The.declelon'of, the commlttee'wal.r.ached..rter ARte .
than 'It '
and not worse, formerly resolution! t
deal was effected by which 'the'' .
a prolonged Investigation
. ,
was. This does'not mean that we are He charged that systematic ,
a campaign __
'f l ,
to elect Bradley In return 'extepdlng over' two sessions ,tjfcongress r"** ''' '
to be excused If ,we fall to war against > had been waged for the'past ' w
'Sold and
; 'for the defeat of the county !{unit bill and evld nec had been taken Recommended \by
rottenness and corruption,. It we' fall twelve months throughout the press of
-l %; .:i, In the senate. ... to contend ,efteetlell'wttl1 the forcesof covering,''thousands pages: Practically the country.'"by those'whose Interests For,.Sale at ROBEIRSONS DRUB :STORE.KISSIMMEEv a
:The completion ot the first roll call ,. of the
+\ eve y negro three ,companies '
evil; and they waste their time whoask could be best served In that way for -- r
1 .4 showed; Bradley, 64; Beckham, 80; of. Infantry dishonorably! discharged .. "
me to withhold my'ltand from deal- the purpose of discouraging,.lmmigta. '
t Blackburn, 1; James, ,,1.A ,- Ing therewith. But It Is worth while to- by President Roosevelt,. testified lion to the south. Storiesof'peonageand

'. Before the speaker could announce: smite the wrong for the very reason In his own behalf whlle\\evidence white slavery, be said, bad been ?
!! the result the democrats obtained a of the president1 given '
that' we are confidant that the right >' conjured) up .and given to the; press
1 recapitulation, and attempted to- break will prevail. by many army offlcsrs'e"and citizens, of. with sensational coloring, and the state '
the by leaving tbe ball but -- Brownsville. ,B,3VEE:
quorum ,
''I'trust' that more"an'd more five people of Mississippi especially: held up to'the ; EQUTL"NTEAMII
: came back accompanied by Beckham, Through tie.entire' Controversy,
roe world as'a slave camp. Agents of 'Lhe
will to It that the schools train
who authorized the withdrawal of his which In many eectlons of the countrybas Italian government, he said! had busied '!": ., *"*
J toward and not away from tile farm R LIL ..IE! 8'l'JIAMk1lt08EADA.:
: .name and released the democrats from been made' a political Issue, theanttadministraUon .themselves "In concocting and circulating t
; and the work shop. We have spoken a, Captain Clay Johnson Sr.. Captain Clay Johnson, Jf-1
,. G the primary nomination pledge to him side baa been. dl-, these tortes When I deny them,
great deal about tha. dignity of labor Regular Ve'ekly trips to Dasslnger e.d return, Rosea'da leaves Klsslav:
" ; In bope that some other democrat I rected by Senator. Foraker as I do now most vehemently deny ; {
; .x this 'but have acted see ? and 'arrives
In country; we not Tuesday morning r.lsslmtoee Friday evening. r
J would be namedxwho could defeat The fight will now-be carried to )Ire them," ]re' said "I want"some tribunal "
1bW up to our spoken worda;' for in our : Special Charter Lake Oke*.'>obee .and Fort'Myere on tbe UIU>
1 Bradley The four bolting democrats floor of the senate.The reports from. created and 'authorized to swear witnesses Comfortable "
accommodation for . reasonable
education we have tended to proceed pt e ers.Rates ,
'were surrounded: by lifelong: party uPon the assumption th'at tbe'educated the committee wjll not 'be made for and hear testimony,' and before The most picturesque Waterway In,, Florida., ,

d friends and urged to withdraw their about ten days. After the reports which this Issue may be tried, to the I'or "'Passenger and Freight Rates '.ppl to
man to be educated away from, ) .
was .
I' support from Bradley and-elect Jam.esB. : and not toward labor. I' have been made to tad senate It Is expected end that those who bave uttered these CLAY JOHNSON.., BRv' "Ptoprleta: .' yt ,

J McCreary, or any democrat they ___ Senator Foraker''' will\ pf'eei'1.he libels nay be compelled to appear and '" OB boardtJAU1 KUslmmee.-P1&.
'One thing that I would like to ave ,- .
might name, but they remained obi a vote thgre.rThe'Ohio! se'6? either substantiate them or' stand convicted "K ...
teach pupils I., that whether
'durata,, declaring"that the proposition you your .tor. purposes also tn'Introduce! a bill as common ,..slanderers,"'

t came too late The democratic leaders you call the money; gained' salary or to. restore 'to.the.' military service: such In -bitter criticism of the government -

a ,+,# promised a caucus to select a, candle\ wages, does not make any real difference of',: the discharged negroes ais were and some of its officials "Mr.: ::

w_ date to which the name of Beckham: and ,that It '''by, working hard shown beyoad.a) ; reasonable doubt to Clark of Florida declared that the 'The- Problem Solved .
wlt'l\YOUl"IUtfld.70U get more: thanIf state ofFloiuda ,was'prepared'' to'answer : Servant .
J$ / would not be' presented :but the re bare been Innocent of any offense connected
j'ou work' with yoUr, head only 'If "peonage. .
of '
"the accounts ;
:calcitrants refused all offers, and the -with! the alfrai. "\ .''
; doe. not atone for It to call the smaller "lnvoluutary'seyvltude' "
; result could not be changed Tbe ,bai- ..The committee waa In session Tuesday 'slavery,, 'bru Edward Carpenter Thlnker'and .socl ogllt.
By ,
amount salary. The term- dignity of 'tal and Inbumca: treatment of labor- :
lot, as finally completed after the democrats : for nearly'-three houra;' It was In '
'' flnl* ed' changing. their votes. labor Implies that, manuah labor-Is' asdlgnlDad the main harmonious l. practically the era/ and other: publicationswhich: I N the 'whole,'and'torh..bltual use." he 'says,'f do nol know' .:

,was"as follows], as mental L. labor; ak of :only 'passage*,' at. arms' were, of ,0 "1)1elof the 'slumi 'andin eome'of: what .can be pleasanter ,,05'morenourishing the, cerv'eals ,' ,_

m" Bradley;, 64; Beckham, 15; James, .course It Is. Indeed, the highest kindof parliamentary nature.:" ''Senator, Lodge the most remarkable' doc ments emanating 0 ;.. inllk. eggs cheese," ,bread,, butter, ye.etablet4 "
labor Is that which makes'demands from the department of.'justice fruits of alllclnds, and they seem to me to ;stand b1OD. for
16; McCreary, 10, ,Mayo Ii Allen 2;; offered :a.ol\ltlan';:. a. ,.follows r :
upon the quAndtltes of .both head and, of the United States which, be cbarg.ed hard work an4 ,endurance_ better than flesh.,, Excellent
:k i Smith; 2; Peak, t; Newman. 1: .Bunt. "'Tha In the'opinion of this committee ( .
band, ,of heartbratn'' :, body were ''absolutely false In ,all essential dishes can ,be compounded of these materials' though prol-
,1| Elllston, };, Stanley; Blackburn, > the shooting;..,tn the, affray .at particulars. ably.the leas of cooking there U the better. I am'coavlneed

1;; CantrllT, 1; McElroy, 1., There was LOCAL OPTION IN' OHIO. Brownsville .on 'tie nigbj} ,-August The people: of Florida be1-asserted, there fra most abominable and idiotic waste of time In ,eoll.-. "'.'., ,

treat disorder In the chamber'during ., 18-14, 1906, was done by some of the 'courted th6 fullest Investigation or'A nectlon with this subject In all our; well-to-do 'establishments. .'

e'' recapitulation republicans demandIng Counties. In Buckeye State Can Vote soldiers belonging; tq, the twenty-fifth :mattjr which had been of so much Fancy a small- household of five or, six persons requiring a'cogk. L aV '

*" that the speaker announce .result; Wet Question. United States Infantry, then stationedat Injury to the fair name'of their state, a person engaged..all day In' preparing food .for them. It U out..of all '....110II.Tbe .
- democrats or'Dry orthodox dinner,, reduced even to its lowest terms Involves, 'say- q
.4' and.the seeking to delay- Fort'Brown.,Texaa, He predicted $bat theee >eople."wlll
After :
tIlore. than two hours' debate, t meat two, vegetables and"a puddings-four dishes, all requiring NOld...,The
hoping to Induce of the democrats Mr. Foraker? offered'as .a i"ub.tltulethe com."through"tb. ordeal) :of Intestiga"tlon"
lo leave 'Dtad].,.. 1"In' which the members'' generally admittedwas following smell'of labor this represents per annum, and.'just'for'"one men\ a day. Is 'sometblaaT.
: without
all to no purpose because no,vote : .firs peon tearful. And it Is not a comfortable meal;, let alone,'disagreeable smells, ", t
: J' a speech accepting tils election, "The testimony wholly falls to iden-. and In.spite of the'bat' '
I J.helr garments
the rooms
could ''be 'changed thereby, Ohio Involved .In It. preparation-smells necessitate, sitting being a
r L Bradley- thanked the speaker -for.' bisfair"'and tiFF: the liullvlduala or of" .them terles which for the past
a'' house of representatives''at'Columbus\ I any! of long way from'kitchens and houses altogether more extensive and cnmbrona

: Impartial rulings.'lie'prom: : Wednesday evening passed the county I who participated in the shooting af year' baTe 'been belchkig\ their'hi famous' i than the/ need be-tt Is a'lQ8alhaYlngno centrj of gravity)' you cannot for V..

yy '"f ised to use !every effort! 6a senator,.to local option.bill Introduced and championed : fray." "slum begotten" fabrications. I the life of you tell the proper proportion these..dishes bear to each other/ i-

r .securethe, 'repeal" of. the 6-cent tax on by Senator 'Isaiah Bi: Rose, otWa.hlncton ":'.The Foraker substitute was defeated The department'at Justice Mr. Clark Would It not be better to have just one dish (like the'family bowi se.rt''J,

:"tobacco. The vote the by a vote of 8 to 5. The alignment charged: had never been espgclallydi. I. In Highland cabins' and.el.ewbereone dish 'combining in Itself all..needful''qualities '1
'I' ok Representative Llllard was the only substantially the same on moat tinguished 'for the legal knowledge of of nutrition and tastiness, with' perhaps a few satellite platter

\' one, of. the democrats to explain his passage of the bill was' 79 .to 26. Of the substitutes offered. the alleged lawyers who ar.e1)8rall- around for any adjuncts or offsets: that-might appropriate 'This,cea- '>

'vote for Bradjey., Ue -..Id.he thought The measure will now go to the gov The Lodge resolution was finally aup'posd to be housed therein," but he tral dish (the only one. requiring Immediate:cookery)? say some"golden-orb- ;'"
,t' error, is generally expected that substantial omelet or vast vegetable pie, or savory and nutritious or'I *'
'' of soup;
'i 'the- time to .throw off the'party shackles adopted and Senator Warner offered aid that usually "something a law
he will ...Ip'IL macaroni and cheese, steaming mountain :
solid expanse of of rice surrounded -.
, and to break up the machine bad the following yer" bad, been at Its head. 'He feared '
The It will become law plain bowL of.termeaty, would. '
kill," as a by stewedfruit, or even represent the sun
; 'come, and although b..did support thed.mocratlc "That,the testimony falls to Identify that tbe country had fallen Into "evil ; '
while round In
provides that elections may ba heldin or central Ire of our system planetary order would circle .4-
ticket for 'forty :years, he the soldiers or soldiers who times" with reference the "big chler"of would give the housewife a to
any county to vote on the question particular : men other viands as mlnjmum of trouble 'to prof f -
.:'a believed his vote'' for Bradley was tile of banishing saloons 'upon petition of participated' In.the shooting>> affray"',, that department. Whatever may bethe'quallflcatlons vide--chunks of .bread and cheese, figs\ ,..raisins, oatmeal cakes, fresh'fruit or'' a

h'' best 'democratic, vote be .ver'casL ;of the qualified voters. A It was agreed to by :a'vote of eight ol.Attorney;Oeueral what not;: -' ..:
't". SS yeas,- five republican senators 'opposed Bonaparte, he said that official had Here would no second relay of plates be nece..aryand ,victuals which ..*
of the votes cast shall determine -
a .,.. . BOMB.; AIMED. .. AT- SHAH. majority to the Lodge resolution "not voting. bt>unfortunate, in the! selection''of, could not face each other on the table would not forced Into spiteful con %
a. ..." : the policy of the county but In > some of his Inferiors to whom bad been flirt within the man. Even the knife and fork would almost disappear.wash- *j..J

-: f Ruler of Persia Has Narrow Escap. the event of a' county voting wet no BY FLIP OF A COIN committed peonage pr IE'CutlC'.h In Ing up would become an affair of a few minutes, and the housewife's workH "

ifromDeath In of Teheran. township or residence district, which'.wa. Florida and other states. He referred before and -after dinner be reduced to a trifle compared with what it;'is noir:,*. VJ

Street. voted dry shall be affected there to Attorney 'General Bonaparte as "this For It must be remembered that. with,this whole matter bangs the question '
v ;, Aa 'attempt was made In Teheran, by.!Elections may be held'every three J, Jury' Reached Verdict. and Every Man transplanted bud of alleged French uo- of woman's wo'rk.'' 'Woman Is a slave,'and'must remain1 sq as long n'ever' 1f

Persia, Friday'afternoon to assassinate'shah' and fines of Them Was Fin d S50. 'domestic system Is maintained. I say that our average-mode '
'' years Stringent regulations _NUt,, who had ;becooi3 acquainted our present ,of
the: of Persia by 'a bomb. His :Justice Guy in tbeew York an. under Ibe bourgeois Ideal of society; cannot b.
., '' for the enforcement the law-are "with a lady bearing the euphonious life; air conceived kept 111' f'wtthout .
majesty'was not hurt. Three of the provided.The preme court Tuesday set aside the ver'diet cognomen: of Mrs. Mary Grace Quack- perpetrating the slavery of w man. It Is quite probable thrum.the

;,,, oetrlders,who were accompanying him of a Jury and fined twelve Jurymen mass she will resist the change, but !It may come nevertheless.Country +
i vat' law will not go Into effect until enbos, whose field of laborprevious ta
.).: the'time 'were killed. each for the verdictby
tSO deciding .
persons with the great Baltimore
I September 1, 1908, thus giving her acquaintance '
The bomb, was hurled from'the roof the; flip cf a coin. r'J
Interested lirUhe liquor-:business time lawyer was in the slums ut the
,:kV of'a'house .anticipate. Us operation. The case was a suit brought againstthe "east side" of 'dear old Manhattan

: '} New York City Railway company Isle.' He presumed, therefore, that 'r yt .
:TURNER DIES ON GALLOWS. damages In causing: .the death of a considered "this great' Exterminate
MrnBonaparte .
k -- "NOT GUILTY," SAYS' A LI O.* lit Must t...
p child. The 'Jury brought I a verdict alum worker" a very proper -parson to .
i ;KepSicky feudist Pays. Pnalty For] .la favor of the railway company. send to Florida to regulate conditions '

Murder of Faithless Wlfs. Anarchist,*Slayer 'of rle.t'Arraigned: The evidence in the case seemedto .In Abo south.1 -,

.' "'. .Eel IT rner. U .. Kentucky. feudist ir 'Denvei' Court. Justice' Guy to* be so much apart Mr. Clark: next turned his attentionto

} J "l! was baned.In' the- county at Giuseppe Allo; :slayer ot Rev. Leo, from the. verdict- that he asked the Assistant Attorney .Qeoeral CharlesW. The Great InJustices' That: r ,

I' :' : Chattanooga Tenn.,_Thursday.jLl\ ills the Catholic: priest, pleaded not guilty foreman of .the Jury' how such a verdict Russell, who' was given charge' of Permit, Swqllen'' Fortunes. .
'' '' bad been'arrived -at. The neck 'was broken 'by the fall. Her to the charge of murder wheo'arralp. '
told the 'Justice that they had quickly called to his add Mr Quack j aWMew
.:;:;: ..- :-.went'to the scaffold.without Ulllan'Tur.a trrmer.Turner ed at Denver:, Col.,:Saturday, ..JudgeOreeley agreed on tb.elr finding by tho toss enbos. "My God," be excjalm, ,d /'whata By The Rev.: Or., Washengton'Gladden.. ,

4:,W ,ti ,'"-": 1 killed his wife 'Whitmore set ,his trial for of a coin.. The, Justice then said to comlbnatlont ,In normal times It h/lllee .. 'eflg.rt I ,.
: nor, .on' Lookout mountain, 'April Z; ;
,_ .11< Monday, 'March 9. Peter Bossla was, the 'Jurors that they had violated their would be an affliction upon any people*
/.c ',TOO()?.. H. cut her ,throat, from >ear to dismissed In the oaths, and committed )contempt of to send into their midst Charles: W. T Is Idle to bide IrCm'oura.he.. the fact that we are facing a" i+;B
Interpreter case
; :t ear with a pocket knife. On hfa'trial as court; imposed the fine and ordered Russell, 'a southern man, and a demo. : coclal crisis, A: social order which makes possible therise 1 1':'

:;;;, "Turner* made a confession saying that because of the' charge- that be 2s a their names' stricken from the jury crat.: 'and Mary Grace Quackembos, in 'j'.1 ot'a' ,llarrlman or a ''Rocket.?'...}' _Dno,,'IoIIg'' endure.: 3',,., .

' 1 Ehis: wife.had beenunfaithful.; member ot the anarchistic' organlxarUoa. ' combination or separately The swollen fortunes over,which'many are gloating are),
.' list.'I symptomsof disease. They ,are '' not' the' reward'of social '(

"'"' ; t IMPROVEMENTS. : 'POSTPONED 'I....... 'ii' service but arethe fruit of 'plunder.' A'lOClety' 'which'tol, ./
"' 3-.;4.v- :, ."'.f-t\\. UNCLE, SAM'S FINANCES. Ny.. . n.e '
HOLMES, PAYS DEATH .PENALTY. AGED WOMAN MURDERED.. :.. .... erates such conditions cannot.. ? ..3It'la ,
The' "Norfolk and Western Decides Not ---' l' '--' .........' because we have some .dlna conception''' of tale,, ? '

i .to", Spend .,2,000.000.OftQlki4Dd ( ..- Negro Hanged\ at: Darien, ..Qa; for y Mu,'. In 'Order 'to Commit Robbery 'Negro' Government'. Gives. Out Receipts and truth that we-are"moving toward:tb'e correction-by'jaw, cf., .
# The,)< : W-ostern' railway; -der'of Dr.: Sand.. ,Brains Helpless .Victim. _. 'Expenditures February. ,v ,'these''' justices,,. 'Ve 'mu.t' exterminate' them.. been'beap-. 'rl I"

t ,crfflcluls;"at.a' eetlng'T"::: ,
the'moet been
announced' matter'of Ing up their tpr part hM. twiddling
::!' day that the Dr.. K."At Sands: 'of Olennvtlle, paid> woman who resides,at Cayce, 8,43, a
,:R'", '' e'+e.1L4ent'receipt. and expenditure ,whether, she had soy call to. Interferef;' ,, . -V, .
... spendrng1' f2,000,000 'In ImtrovemeaUon' ''the death penalty ,at Dnrlen.! Osi.. Friday station! .about 'twp.tIIl1e.fro .Colum i snows that for the.mont'J' of .February Indeed:,she baa gathered Into her, commuDloa.manT; cf the,niost'consO* -'
tbe jpocahontas dlv1! 1oa, which baa .; 'He made no statement. bit, was brutally murdered sally'Wed. all 'members ., ,
4' UOS.ihe "- ;; ; nous ,of! the,perpetrators) of the art nearly. .church
r; Vr'for"come'; total receipt, were ; ,3U '
time,'been' considered. ,
"* l" ,. has After praying Oreminutesthe black nesday-morning by. an.unknown negro -andlias made' herself a pensioner jipooTthelf: bounty,4 ?_.. ./ ? /f ..
;.. "i--0:; bandoned.for'th, .present' .owing'totM'geaeraj oap was;.adjusted) by Sheriff Bailey and while engaged, in ber household dpU.a.Bhe' 899 and the .expenditures: .for'i the,'mottl1; The church's consequent;?enfeeblement. ::1. due to" her failure to gr.pI"\-

.J1- "depression'. '/? p> 'vailJnk. "- $1,405n9. ,'
. '" ,. 'tfj. is, __ '? bout'' twelve. mlnutei; ... motive"of. the VsasUn, watt, .robbery'. . courage: and"she'' will' soon. find "her;,resources, returalngJ "f* ,
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W._.AMyeatS. NOTICE : 1.. .........."A4rt4. car ... trllca ,lt.11ltdlaa/ataeu8teatt/ltrAa/kIAt. .. :

the puhlki miod to n a>tron ; calcium Comml.. ......ofO.e.ola'count;? rlorlda, held j : .
llfhtavl I prvsentvl.t that of Protitbttlon on the fth day 0. .........,,; A.. D,1'arahn" folluitlnjr > t .' I R. 'S.Floyd # Co4jC ,
named. pereont war anointed to nerve atInnpentora e DiqNE' .
x. Without fully )Into 'lheavi'i'li and Clerk of Election In the tarlnuaelection
..r demerits of \the tibjecL,. fur dlaUtota. at an* eteetann .to be held In MId = J.
ther than to remark: Brother, endoaror County on the Bta day of Nash A. D. I"'". .....' I
<<\ to keep your tempera* and that decide whether thai....' of Intoilratlntf. Ikiuofa. nre the, beat known and] GROCERS .
urn conceded of bright Intel feet* lean wine,or..bear ahall" prohibited, In aaM CoJnly. I'. the Every moat paokajrha re".bI.-a.-| behind It of womanhood. :
towards both aide of the quentlon towllElection I I nf a house whoa buatiwas. \ suffer f Do you all.' '
.. Btioeooe aad J leui|>er uee, .and / Diatrict No.' t Klarfnimoe.. -H. M. Ma-heat In the trad L th.nesiltr i .. "
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Mitt ooo look Impossible to mo and . 'frrfft iseaee* A._ wwt l be mbarraliiln 'tII NEW FIRM, NEW GOODS-
t .I PI."",. O R.Yowell R. T. flutter InaitectoralM. U all ai. It oomuna eelorea.
tho other toaaible. But rd long a.'we .U.Joh......,. clerk. -"'w .plloadlt to tax a all __ __I _
render\ unto C' tbat which, ( U Election: DistrIct No 1 Khlnvle.-/ H. (1"11'- for"..........beds....U4-.u-r ef horn. and cure . .
(.'!">'nr'., and unto Ood that which U 1..1
Jr., 1C N. Overali-eel, O. C. Brnnaun ..
O. N.PKNMV 00.. "
jotl'a, and do not mix upp churchs'iliota F. H.Tina clerk, FullL.ineotHigh'Orade.fresh: '

{ with the secular rights of the'ludivldual Vleetlon Dlntrict\ No. 'i1lorac, ,. K. I Iron..n, I. A j. Family and: Fancy Groceries ,
r ire are out. apt, to lose ourbead M, tanker lewli Johnnon, In. OIelnrio; D. Y. Notice of A prvacrlpUoa. '" .
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*. ;Johnson clerk.Election the stadr of F.. FREE DELTVERY1": : ,'
Local optloti U coniinunlt.v'H, nrlv. 4. Kj W u'. II. In aoeordano. with the law.In it used f
DI8trlcNo.\ haley was
lleito, to' U high license, rlifld; In. Mann, T. N. Farr..Imoeciont"" It. O.M.n4'; clerk.rlertlon ., and ,.....lded. It 1. hereby .... pr**tlc*. It ba . : '
&I l>e Mon of all foods and drinks, and : Dlnlrict :No. .-W. A. fu.: ...."., A. W. elated that election' will be held thousands of PrfccH Right' I i ''
the fcufmix-meot of rood order In,1V. RNetHea, inaMx-lora| ; Younr. Tlnd.11. Florida, in and for Special. Tax !. ..... sine ,Pro Kfsslminee" :ITa. aI
_. ;Take the "",Uded"'1)111 I_" away clerk Onceola County. Florida on Tueeday. found It a _I. I .

H from the wdrktoK man the liuenftea Elwtton: I i.trict No. e.-Ii. II. rertla. 1. M. Much A. D.ItKM. to determine who ; deilred to avoid WfI'.......?:"" VMrr>ytiP...,...,.. nY''Yr.AnYr" 'V' .tfrYr''tiFeVl'. .: i
club from the' hunliMiB. apd truatea el Hr. aforesaid. Special T.
room maD "
flotomon ' J. II.Tiimulln
Montad'oca. '''' ; l lKKKKKKKKMKKK1tiKKKtitf
nan of l leisure? ( If the voting .pntl ....rk. trict Number.. for two year ftUat.. ..... .
dive bo+ aiiinstV?:them), but what I i8 o/-- : Election, "Dlntrlct No. 7.-W." P. Underhllfc" G.Walker Hon and) to Ax the number. of ", A. .- !>. ., -' ..'w4t. ;.':1'
School taxea, to"levied for each of. 11' -:0,
fired to exchange) IJow
many / W. ,James; A.. q"m.n*y Inspector* It. HAldorman 4* mad from lit,
VOOUIH or librariel are ealaullfilied clerk. W. R.Godwin. R. A BdrtowII. ... oa e"
to poll. K
In small communities free lempoiance' Election Ultr1eJ.. K. Ennla M I. Do .p.c.*. and John Baiaden L lerk. of Cvr\tlT\ AKKKKNtrt'

billiard balls free' narks, froe luslruclive Tlndall< l|, A. C.: Baal. In.I.1| V W.1(111..,I..rk. Done by order of the Irdor* .organs and :
;! lectures on the general< lol'icsof In tenllmony. whereof I have hereunto aet my ti, n, Owwoh County.Florida this < mentioning the South Stables.
the day muslcales, or, Y. M, C. A. hand. and.mxed. the official seal I of the aaM Board Mlrch. A. "l'>...I\ION\ that woman Sunny -
ailili-tlo rpom.PMao of County fViinmUalonora at Kl* lmm... in the Attest; W.I.8IAII8.:: W, trouble of this '. 1n
being, n"I.uI'IIII' soc'lully! In- County; afura.aM this,
lined wisho to iuln le with )iin fellow __ .. I
: / LESLEY.lerk -
AH of (IhfHe"ho frequent lims.( E.I -;.he .. ( $ L.. INGRAM Proptietor.. I
men i'
: < of ihot'lrcuitCourt In, and for ..
saloon do not drink! but craving for the of'Omewd.teu, of Notice of I $ .
o.xnpahlonslilp. congregate/ after the In accordance with the law In t.1.-----------I. S' ,
Pall) FlorMa, and .xARlcb'lerk of the .
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.flays* work is finished for an'Ch.ll > Board."f CountylCommlaaloneniofHaM and provided I It I. hereby 1 : BROA D1rAY '
of thoughts.; Ki-oollcct, It ,U e,. (:aunty,, .: dared that"election will be held . 1 1FI"rIcI'n ... ponilbllty| ;!i. LIVERY ''SALE and BOARDING f $

nut the privilege of .all of us to enjoy _ __ __ _ ,:_.. tfnd for Special Tax a remedy< that -. .
happy lioinps and the joys of a -JoIneRdo - ' 3.ceola, County Florida.., OQ. Tueadav. ; .1 also.rotten i- I 1 Hboai loa

i hreside.What Notice of Election.. M."h. A. D. 1908, to determine ,, be the con' ._..Bjak.*..%*.%*_.m<.....>********>**>>",.* *' aiai -aiai>m4m>m>m><.;.. . 9
wax i auk, 1U'tt'e offering *. trutceaof. the afomald .... s .II' 1' trl
our'YOung folks In the "U" 'of "ru.- Whoraaia. written annllcatk wraa'prcMnted District Number 4 for two yam ... : i ,.by 'Vell.equipped' with Now Stock. arj(l VehicleH : '

tlonal amuKernenls"y Churches when to the Board of County lommUaioniin: Onceulat'ounty. ,elcctinm.and to Ax the number1 of s prepared to lnoet all demands... with Perfect 8nt1Ri t- -
carried onon broad principles) are % Florida at the re: >ulaf. meeting of said : School laxm to be levied foreachof.. : '
good an thev.are the means to attain Hoard held on the l>rd daynf .cbru.ry, l l'Nr.\ akIni Frank W.lker, V. H. L. Chandler. I' i faction. i '. :

IAn"od; but a great luahj are >o con far an election In nald County to:deckle. I man Irwiiectnra. and W. E. 1
.lltuteri that they feel I they cannot whither the ...Ie of Intoxicating liquor. wine Mid election. .

'either pear or sing theuiMehes Into and beer ahall. bo prohibited In aakl county, which, Done by odor of the Board of i itlu. i a . HEAVY HAULING A SPECIALTY. .e4 i'' k "1 .
heaven, and theserequleemore "silent aiinUcalkin wes signed by more than on""urth'of ... OmolM. County. FJinida, this" a .
tireachlnfr1' .an exau'l'|_ of 'l'cUrlna'hlll'ltll' the rdrUtered vouvra of said aunty; and March. A JI.-II.IIt.; i MACHINE $I KKK +WN """ "' ..'. '' 6
Deeds! In which 1 the donor when it auutarcd" to.said Hoard,, that no such Atteaf! W. J. SEAR". V. .
"leia.not the left hand know what, the I election. had boon called In aalil county within the Superintetkdent. ..
.right and doeth." loom two yean: and ..h...... on the 4th day of : I -
February I'"", the aaM Hoard' In accordance
NVecaunoralljunii band .
a 1
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flagon and start fur heuton amid "the whir sill application,did enter that an electionbo x>ooo.c .
in aaM County of Oncoola Monday}th9th
of brass tlukll'riflt held NEWSP'RING'-
Vioise a eouodluir or a
.. c.vmbal" 8pll'ltualle'el. day of March. A, D. IBO\ to decide whether* f :
a. our
tugs do not tend that. nav.Ve need the ail of Intoxicating liquor, wlnea or 'beer' Kissimmee .
more of exampje) and less iueceptProw| shell be pruhihlted in nakl counl..nd did further! i "
the churcbes. Some of the churches order. that the Clerk of hid Hoard do the at least I t

'Should be more_]leoient ,.illi some bf thirty da,.'rmtlceof said election by publlahlnv ' 7
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us, and not condemn our soul etc Go- the..;....In ono ncwNpaQftr In each and "*er,
''henna on aoootint of our moral con town In Mid county. If a newRnaner or newapa. ,
stitution. 'Let be that \\1thout.m pen be published In said county and If non.. the WHAT WE DO FOR GOODS t
among you cast the first stone at her." by Dcetlnir at leant ten written notice of aid
Men differ oonotrnltiK being "born election In the moat. public places in cold County' s.n
do their one of which at the court houneow. I .
twain., Some: not parade We carry the .
} thorrforc I. E. 'convictions from the house v '-
*. top* most varied stock of .
Court In and for said County and"aa 0xOfflele .
r4 Plaolnff' a' few dollai) .a Into the con Circuit
Clerk: ..f maid Board. do.hereby rive notice, in town.
'$'trlbutlon box for a specific cause we .. .. NOW 'OPENH.
proclaim declare that an election .11I. held .
tiouob doubt would help us If we owed We carry'
in the County of O.ceoU, Statt of Florida, on none ,
ui. grocery, bill; but If we could manage Monday,the 6th day'of :March, At D. l oA. for the freshest and purest of .
..aettle with and he
I \ our grocer was ,
purpose of deciding whether the ale of Intox at all times.
nnabled thereby to contribute towards
f eating liquors, wlnea or beer .ahall. be prohibitedIn -
b..rltv.we fuUbelle.e' soul
Your CO.
'Would be recompensed therefrom said CouotofO-c.. prescriptions .
ID teatimony whereof. I have hereunto aet my by a Graduate in I sir
What we need Is to VI weep and (Tarnish hand and affixed. the official meal of the Mid Board besides five r7.OR11)t r7.OR11)f
our own Lou.." before we undertake of County Commuuilonen at Kuwlmme. In the -' .. r--
to downy, house cleaning for our. County.'-" this. 4th day of February."A. D. perience. 'Si- awl e
( neighbor. Then, after our conscience: 19H. El U LESLEY: ; yclerk Doesn't' this BhatU ,Rotary
informs us our house. is somewhat In of lIe Circuit Court In and mean \\Cfuti* itc\\I. ..
order, let us proceed to enjoy our ,-, for the f'purity Oiaaola. State of thing ? ;;:: : : . to C. A. CARSON. J. A. eBANFOROiriePrld: e.! .LUtru. r

elres. in this beautiful world ia a rational (Seal] Florida and x-OHIekt Clerk of the We COMPANY PraaMent: ..nfe. ,Geer.tarn .
manner by mlwrllngwith our Board. of County Commlaalonera. of carry sufficient .*. -1\
\ fellow men in social delights and aid. CountrMayor's !' deliver your packages bull recanlleta of ... -
>I*aaad to weac.
pleasures. a few moments after .
e Endeavor to bring Joy'and comfort .' . chase' This i ip not \ .a*l out..r* ...... KISSI/MEE/ LUMBER CO. .

into lea.) fortunate, lives than our own. : ,Proclamation.. boasting, but we want .
.Encourage our )'OUIUf'ollr.. In .their :
efforts to acquire knowledge, more Under and by virtue of tbe power rented Inme bu&in& and we Hdw. .

particularly their taste for the.. fine .I,T. N.Murphy, Mayor of &he'TO..D oKlanlmmee can! please. J ,.*J' -* ,
"'.art: and the beauties of'nature. City Florida, do hereby announce T .' -

The love for flowers In a.child. 'Is. asa frocUltrf aDd declare that an leoUon will beheld .:' -- Rough and. Dressed
n.llia Mid Town Saturday ?
rule, inherent, and nowhere nan that at the Town on ! / '
>\ ,lore be better fostered than in a- public th.1WEN1YKIOHTH. Klssimfliee 1 'i ", :. '.
park which takes unto itself new BS
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beauties with the changing seasons,' for the purpose of electing the following ofli"" ,
..I' to nerve for the term. of one J'N'I..: r\l.*lnn>e, }'Ia.
s Why Dar should In Klssimtneef we not Institute With proper an Arbor .1 O One:Major Clerk, ,,. ". II J Lumber.-IOUSE

w protection ;he shrubs '\ and act One Harnhal aod Tax: Collector, aud House."":" Kis-
I t. crow into a "green bay tree" One Traaumr, '
Il as a lasting monument' to our cltlzeus"' \Alo to serve for the term of two ream, two :
,>enterprise.. M..Aibeni of the Council SPECIALTY.-i
Although, according to lIacred history 1 hereby appoint D. C. La, H. N. Pfann andC. In .the OOOOOOOOOO4

in fact ever since there were but Mallutf M inspectors, and A. 8. Gilbert M I'D nOTUND / I MM' firm : three human beings upon the face of Clerk of mid election. of
4 the earth, it seems tmpossiole for man ]u VMtneea Whereof I have hr-reunto set 1117 I '
to agree upon 'one mode of divine band. Mayor of Mid Ton n, and quad the .
.worship .and they are diametrically tai of Mid town to be thereunto .flh:... tlilnl e eR.
y s opposite in some of their tenets; still th day of February, A. D. 11101I.! -- t. HARRIS' M. D. J. a-MC "rAK.
t AS the churches are-all steering for ..
M. ,
the same ultimate. end, we trust that In Mayor of the Town of Ki..lmme.. City and Familyceriel TEA HARRIS SANITORIUM. '. .
,the general Improvemetneot of our AttanlJ. <. .y4 I
community, both moral and social, ..,.
J 'they mav agree, and help. the V. I. H!: .J It. U1I.BEKT. JR., ORLANDO, FLA ,I
$'d their good work. ClorkAdministrator's .} ".. (
Further when aot one has a few - "
k dollars spare "of untainted money' Fresh Fruits Nuts A Privat-t" Institution built and equipped with all modern ', .

allow me ty.suggest desirable' home .. Notice. ., conveniences for Surgical work and the care and trea.tment'of'
4. mission to patron Ire-the hospital at AU cradltora.- ...._. dUtribuUee and all Confectioneries.Full the sick. f' .
Orlando-which is an unendowed' .
I I.oanhaving cUuna" ordemaj_ >da acalnat/ thjjee .. Terms
Reasonable. Write
stitution doing noble work to kelp.' te- tat*of Time I.... late oft county of Oaeeola You WelL for Particulars. .... ;
line the; distressed, regardless or denomination 1 -, '
and State Of Florida decoaaad will preeent the "
; an Institution! not helped .
n as It should' be by-the general: public two Mine yean to the frora undereirned this. data, and kdulnlitrator all persona Indebtedto within ,= Line Canned M 1r. 1//,.

and the Churches.. .As vre possess no the Mid _tate will make Immediate. nettkment Cigars and Tobacco.t It : fti
,hospital of,.our own this subject de.serves with the undaraltrned\ Is an "$
) more than a passing thought., MALSBY
.. .Neighborslull the hospital and take '
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-Administrator the estate. of TIme. *> Ideal "
," t an ocular' demonstration in philanthropic JAOK60NVILL6 flltLA. 7
.work. Note ,the love .of the Feb 8, 1,114."t. Goods are All Fresh Log DI.t._* Phone;' 117... 22 Oc:... Strart.. 4- . i:.Portable :'
x l i little_child patients lor.their kind --- Remedy '
''Duue.*and noble doctors._ Get In .
Notice for Settlement'and Final Prices Low and Stationery j& lne.
touoh with human therefore !
.and Boilers; Sawmills; Woodwork- '
_ the Power. lie Discharge. Constipation
t, nearer to Supreme: .. log Machinery and Uupplles.:: Com' ( 1.
Y'b socialistic even' aa He ( whom the Notioe/ U hereby urea U all whom It may eoircern - ,- -- plete I toe carried to stock Liberal '", "t'
_f Holy Word teaches wa perfect man) that eU_the from thia date wi I present terms. Write for oataloorue./ ': .
7 He held uAcafaLiaVj&jak &jefe'aftKjeh ( ,
socialistic Himself a ,
was as" > my aeeounta and voucher* to. the County Judge of : State agents for the Olde das sad ', ", :.
i to not loot but was "tbe friend of publicans the Ceunty of OeMoIa sad State of Florida at his S Gasoline KHKi eMACHINERY> .".
M Indigestion .
and sinners. And let not -
us offlct In Kuulromee City for examination and. .po, .
condemn*our fellow man because one provalaadMkforannaldunharc* a. ....mln...* .

y bear Icnoweth not,' nor' can fully un tester of the Ettate. of ThomM BUaa. ....... 1 Real: Estate =I Biliousness r '!' "
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derstand another's heartaches
( ,. .. ,, or ,. 'J. W. MILLER. >
: ; temptations.Let Adminletrator.' a\\a\NNwaa\a\ \\\ i
us remember "Charily covets a ...._bar IT. 1110'7. *ep.Tftt r1Notice. t ti andDyspepsia ::
multitude of .10.",. and as we aro all ___ .0.- .'__ ,Realty bought and --- _., -
sinners, let us propltlata. some of our Houses rented. ,

Bins tb..owrb.she exercise of this vir .. Taxes paid and ,
tu. Charity to our neighbors who do : -
i ified for non-residents. i
not see matters In the same> light as :. Te all wham. It mar coaomtNotioe ,
4 we' do, and cb..rltY'ou..lde. as well as te..hereby .lrea. that ray wife Annie O.Jordan Fire Life and ...
.Inside our Churches.*' and I an not Urbwr totretlMr, and I wiU I surance. ..
Neighbor, If God through His great not be neponalbt' *U the f atari far any**ote that tII Indemnity Bonds.I Kidneys, Stom-
*meror should order SwJVter. to unlock tilt.a.. contract or for any. uauUmeU. that she .
the pearly gates. for us,,. I firmly may...... t..r-------. ....... ) . and leaves,
'.- believe we are destined to receive a Thll February.q.,. I IfOa.' : ,
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than K.'I'. JORDAN .
greater surprise we ever encoun- riri ;, Rammer, :
."',....*. in this world,when we there look WoweD and a A r} ;

P around, and .'ud".be\ personnel of AGNEW JeM.[ W1Lh.SON, J it.. .
,our associates.. -" Pe. Ten .childrssi Florida Midwinter Exposition Now Open;

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We see Pleased seeders' ; of the I ATTORNEY AT.IAMnnir! ( #{t STAT AT, Palace of Inductry, showing the Industries of Florid .Japanese.. Basaar ,, 'Court E.: L; Lesley out again after aswtere I I TND NOAARY PUBLIC, 1( I IggoroM Village. Streets of Cairo the Bests Bands In the United :Jr* y3 ..:
-, attack. of mumps complicated+ .. Real Agent.ICISSI State Eiery'Day. '
.. i'-ro., Special Feature .. .Free Acts. Fireworks, ''
.. Mr. Lesley 'conto ''
ansd wttb J-.r., bH.noroe at...>.>out.t.bree was weeks.. KISS1MMEE, FLA : MINES. : d AdsBlfvlow 28 CMta> *, ;Low .Rate* .a, All Raif I......." ,

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