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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 13, 1908
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00324
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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.Hi.. ValUr; R... I..... Les.' " IS, 1.77. 'Kisslmmee Fla. March' 13 . : V'e' :
1908. .
.' 'O'C"I.II..II! ParoYs.Jea. 30. e+oJ. City , ,. ' ''''' ): .vl.1;!I /

nold, of Indiana, Rev. John B. Cul- L. .... -
AN OVERWHELMING[ [ VICTORY pepper of Georgia, and llv. J. W I ...ALBERT. GlLCHRlST:. .! .
splendid ------. f JI. .'-=
Carpeon..rof Tampa tor their "
..: addresses and for .the'campal o 1, --f .

of education Upon the uubiect of 1)1'0.> J CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR It
F FOR COUNTY PROHIBITION hlbltlon-which they ,Inaugurated.;
To the JCl .hnmM Orchestra for! OF FLORJDA.
their Inspiring.iuusto,-snd last but bv I 1
i II
_. least noble and en- I
no means to our S :
i" thusliHttc women .who labored so / Speaking .
cheerfully and unselfishly during; the I'I'I'I
last Days of Campaign" _Are Characterized by entire campaign tn secret und S ,

a* well a* in serving lunchesand
I Brilliant and Enthusiasm. coffee! to the .\ulerll"on election
I Oratory ," da?. Above all to a righteous and
.. prayer hearing ,. God, who ha*' delivered ,4a
*1, ; 'us from the possibility, of an

\ The unofficial returns from' onday's election give a: dry majorityin unspeakable. evil." ri-'y '
precinct In the county. .'
every J. W. PBEJCTIS L :
'" 'II D. C. LEI!: .

I .,...,....-.,. -_ .. f CommitteeThe'"Wet"
pr* The'wet and -campaign-In this ... -- .-." --.,...-- It'i "t 'i a + aP ,. .

county, which closed last Monday UNOffiCIAL, RETURNS.Pruvti . k-- .,
,;': with' a magnificent victory for the > Speakings. y
prohibition forces ha. been one of "

the most Interesting a* well of .,The absence of the umia! telegrams
the 'most exciting.. campaigns ever (4' Dry: Wet In th'-Tampa Tribune telling' of' the
held InOseeola'county, especially the lion .
eloquent speeches of the. ,
'Dfew, days just preceding election. Klssimmee 1 ,155110! Robert lNapolp.QInoor.apartj McNamee ','r'.J! ,
Some of the most noted orators In Single Cteek'No. 2r" 14 3 \ and their electrical effect on '
the state have been heard on both tile voterswanpar4l l noticeable* '
sides of the question, and the people Campbell No.3. 16 7eghom during the closing days of the'' wet

have been educated on this subject to ? No. 5 23 17 and dry campaign here. 'i :
a. degree that could have resulted Notwithstanding the fact that the
from no other agency. Besides these Crabgrass No. 4 6 0 Hon. Robert was here on the ground,. SHOES! Y

peaches the voter have lndlvldusll'listened \ Whittler No.5' 18 6 rendy to deliver the goods, his ,crowd .
to every argument that 'could failed to enthuse to any great extent.
possibly be brought to .bear by who Basinger No. maj'ty .2 Flaring postern. small dodgers, and No faction; machine or\ ring ,brought

leading advocates of both *ides, Narcoossee No.8. 7 1 advertisement in this paper! her hm! out. He came out as a candidate I J
have labored faithfully In season and aided the fact that he would addressthe ., ,
since nod handed. He will be ; '
Jt: .J.9 out of season to bring as many --- voters. (\f'Osceola county, on .... .......... .... .. ..... .-.---
t voters as possible ,to their way of Thursday, Friday and Saturday glad to recelve'jthe support of the corporations . . ..............-.........-..--.----....-
\ thinking. Mr.. Carpenter was driven back Into anti-corporations
nights and on Saturday afternoon of the ,
;' town and a street,meeting was held but the last named occasiondid ...
So faithfully and forcibly was only on the prohibitionists and the Bull-pro- ,
.. tn front of the Sunny South Htable. 1.IJWe
theeubjecte.put b.1 both sides that we At this meeting Dr. K. P. Moore he ever secure anything, likean blhltlonlst. of the local qmtonlsts, '

,, have failed beard to. vote at of all several because voters they had who of Mac-in Ga.. was' called upon, and necessary audience to and reinforce to do the this program It was the Christians aod-t.he' Jews and of the Have a Snappy Line ,

been convinced bv both sides that I IJ It from a professional which standpoint had been refuted with the name of' SenatorBuckman gentiles, the "Publican and tinner: *' .

I J t.. would be wrong to vote the other way., made the by Mr.argument MoNamee regarding the "Pompous Harry" of Jacksonvilleand \ He would even accept* the. support. of "
w The fight on the dry side ha been send to Tampa for a brass band. '
of medicine, the Pharisee" '
the practice !
effect on
I From.
carried on by a central (campaign caused 'State prohibition In Geor With all these attractions they to Select ,
!f. committee headed by Mr. H. M. by brought out probably a hundred and The corporations can wltbo.utthe. ,

., Pfann as chairman and only those gia.Mr. Carpenter followed.with' .a short fifty people, a large percentage of people, and the people can do without' 4J .
whom showed !little interest in
who have beeo Intimately associatedwith very
',': documentry the Neither should be
which he produced corporation
address in -
, this committee In Its work, realize the. speaking, the crowd conversing .
:j'--!! evidence to refute, statement the other. Capital N\N\N\NN\N\\\e\\\\\N.\NN\NN\N\\NMMMW. . . ,
how arduous Its duties have among themselves and going and allowed) to oppress ...NNNNYNNNNN.. ...\\NN\N\NN\N.
1' been. The known sympathizers of made by Mr. McNamee as to the coming to the transaction of be. business U organized;: labor should I organize. 0,
in Maine. At
failure I prohibition
the cause, however to a man have which, had brought. them InW'' Tho license,lax lawlliceoslng each -
although a great many more
night, '
been ready at all times to lend any ( / had been placed in the opera town, 'I little ;\ !\'"!\'!2a"'L ; -
seat enterprise: .
f. aaat.tanoe.aaked. by the committee On both Thursday ,spa j FrJdajnight inI I II 1.1 A Neat Pair of
9f11' large
In anticipation.
and In this way have lightened Its house the akllla.<< Called oft I order thai taxation should\ hear 'word :
f>, labors to a. great extent, as crowd that was expected! to turn Cut because of the Inability of the" wets U), evenly. .
''iI to hear Mr. Carpenter, the seating ,
;, well as materially; contributed to the. secure a crowd, while the opera house Article 'I
XX of the
and ConatltutloYTpro'vide
capacity was entirely inadequate
magnificent victory Won.Prohibition'neetings was filled to Its utmost capacity "
many were forced to stand. The for Local Option. The qualified Add Much '
,. by people eager to listen to the drv Shoes ,
his address
opened singingan
presided over speaker by orators. elector (not the Governor) approveor ,
"", Vy Hon. C. A. Carson were held In original song, entitled ''Good
2- the opera house each evening from bye-BooEe". alter which he launched veto constitutional amendments'.

'Thursday till Sunday, and never before forth Into.a discussion of "the prohibition DctJon J Liquor Seized.. He I U not on the "reoentlr. con* '
)W, : have the people)of Kisslmmee been so question which he handledin tructed band wagon:" tJ to aHan's Ap-., t
." liberal In their attendance and applause. his Inimical style, and with, glovesoff. Sheriff C. F. Prevatt made a haul He commenced I life working In .'"
f It was Indeed gratifying to He eloquently I portrayed: the last Saturday night, which no doubt \
'.1.: f f the oommtUee to. see not only a large evils of the whl.ke11'8011I0., and was assisted materially in making Mon Quincv Florida at a'ialary' '15)
number of the' even, whose votes were, Interrupted time and time again with day's election one of the most peace per month, and boarded himself.: Heha .
'' to decide this momentous question, thunderous applause. He spoke for able and sober ever held In Klsilmmee. himself been a hard' working ..pearance.. ..
e .but hundreds of women and childrenas over an hour holding the wrapt attention The out of town liquormen he .
struggling and know what'itmeans
well present each evening.'." of his audience, and. closed who were Interested In carryingthe man .
At the first meeting, on Thursday with a most eloquent- and dramatic ootnty; wet, had five, cases of in other He ha never, mar :': :
evening liey. J. B. Mitchell. of Orlando climax In which he used two mall liquor containing about one hundred rind be has always had obligation ." .
was ihe orator, .ad made one flags. The black: flag, which .he quarts shipped in, and stored In the HI* life has been pent more la If/ : \' .: :
C of the most eloquent plea. ,In favor designated the flag of the liquor room of one of ,their number at the thoughtful' .,consideration of other <

of prohibition heard here during the traffic, he threw. down and trampled Inn presumably for use on election people than of hlmsajf. He feels ,j;. '
campaign.On under foot at the same time unfurl- d.)'. Sheriff Preyatt., who has a cure .
Friday 'night Rev. Raleigh ing."Old Glory" and waving aloft faculty of finding out things/" heardof he will be elected "If he gets. enough

Wright the evangelist, made a the stars and stripe This set his this liquor and went around' and Totes" He doe not propose tradeoff

splendid speech to a large audience, audience on flre'with enthusiasm and lescd It, holding U till Monday a single office. There I I. honor In L

dwelling particularly Opon the -evils brought> forth tremendous applause.. : afternoon, when It was shipped back being Governor. If It I I. tainted,with
all these the whence it This seizure
attendant upon the open saloon lIe Throughout meetinjr to came. put
was followed In a short speech by Klsslmmse orchestra has rendered the wets on 'notice that the law in dishonor he does not want:the, office.

Hon. E. B. Reynolds of Hairerstowo: Invaluable service and contributed regard to the use of liquor In election .. '
i.fnd.< a winter visitor here, who baslItad no small part In bringing* togetherthe would be strictly ,enforced, and .
? large experience In prohibitionwork. splendid audience, which *by as consequence no liquor was used nigh Sdiool Honor 'Roll. Boys they.Look : '..

Mr. Reynolds .peak. with their Interest and enthusiasm createdthe and the crowd wa perfectly sober .. t
'' vehemence and enthusiasm and has strong prohibition sentiment and In good humor, all day. The following ''pupils of OaceolaHllI'h .

'the happy faculty of getting' his which proved Invincible to the wets.' School' have been neither : "Good toMe R'' ,;
t audience In an excellent humor at the Kisslmmee should feel proud of this 1 Thanks to the Ladies. ab.ent."d'or tardy during the month :, '.
.start and keeping theta so throughout splendid orchestra and should encourage ending March 9th, 1008, and have fI
.& his speech, Ha spoke of prohibition ; I It In every way possible: The good; women of Klsclmmee made an average of 90 per cent In I "
in both ,the North and South, and On Monday evening ,an enthusiastic rendered noble. service on election their studies with not less ,than'' 85 !' : .'
t created a very exciting toll max by thanksgiving meeting was held at the : day by 'serving 'free lunchefT- hot in any subject and not less than .05 r >
grasping" Senator Carson. !hhand andtA&tuilnjr Baptist church, which was large'yattended. coffee and lemonade 'from a booth In deportment.
, 3 at the top of his voice that ., The meeting was an' ,Informal which they bad erected near the polls. FIRST GRADE-Firsle Bass Blanche

.t the two ,section could shake band on one, and all who desired was All day long there was a crowd Davis, Cornelia Lancaster, France ._.._- .........-
I* this as well as many other questions given' an opportunity to publicly express around the booth eating and drinking Tress, Fannie Hex:ford. Oracle Oil- .

of common Interest.On his or her gratification with the and hundred;: of men and boy, both bert. May Llndsey, Alice Walker, '

Saturday night. Rey. Jno. -B. splendid victory just won. voters and non yoters, partook of Mamie Pille,. Willa Ryali, Mary : : ,
who place In this campaign the good peopleof their bounteous hospitality. There Slngletary: Charlie Rotundo. Warren : .. '
Culpepper, gained warm Klssimmee have been brought ''. ... .,'' ., '. .
In the hearts of our people during can be no possibllty of doubt that King, Roy O'Berry. Frank Bryan, . : \k" '\1".i* .
his tent meeting here a few weeks closer together than ever before In this action on the part of these good Gerald River. Ned Bullock, Stratton : .. ",'. . ," t.-':; ::: '.
the history of the town. All factional _
women and their pre.eDceIn such Story .
from Lakeland slurry
ago, came UD acompanled t :;'t ""t1 ,
lines have been abllt- ,
Rev. Mr. Cason of amid political close proximity to the voting place, SECOND GBADB-Oussle Wtnn .
by personal differences'' have .\\L'. . \. ., :.
'+ thay<y\ who._ himself has an en- erated had a salutary effect on the voter j Muriel 1 Prentls. Mvrtls Wh dden .,
been buried and we stand today a and helped to roll the splendiddry Carma Rotundo '! :
viaDie reputation as a prohibition up I Ruby Duke Mable "
united '
orator. Both these gentlemen made people. C 'The ladles have the Overstreet Norma Drlggers, Bradley .
speeches on this occasion and held Long may we remain so hearty thanks of the Dry Committee, Harris, Raymond Bearden. Walter .

the large audience enthralled for as well as all sympathizer with the Hyde Dick Bullock, Lennie Collier,
II Do. ComplainIf prohibition cause, Archie McLean. '
i over two hours! by their eloquence r'
5. Mr. Canon who had met Mr. Me- your chest pain and you are unable - -- -' ---- THIRD 'GRADB-Jant.ette Sullivan '
Namee In joint debate In Dade to sleep because of a cough; buy Tlce _McCalllster Eddie\ Campbell, ,Beautiful l Une'of -.
r county, paid his respect to that a bottle of Ballard's Hurehound farman Gives Ladies Credit May Tiner Mary Hyde, Roscoe ." .
of Syrup, and you won't have any Darin. Violet Bullock. Ethel llober-
gentleman and showed the faculty .
Joe L.
Earman. who the
., som e.of his. argument/' Mr. Cul cough. Get a bottle now and that 'wet" side of the campaign managed for the son, Katie Thompson, Amy Makloson DOROTHY DODDOXFORDS
cough won't last long A cure for all Prator A ,
pepper was feeling very unwell but Gilbert by Newman Nettle .
wholesale liquor dealers and whoseirrepressible
pulmonarydiseases., Mrs. J-, Galveston Newton Elm!: '.'
when his time to speak came, her good humor doubt Dulanv Sam Story.; .
warmed ; Texas, writes) "I can't say no FOURTH GRADE "
braced himself and as he to laved much bitter feeling In thecl081DIZ' -Annie Nleroeyer, ,
enough fur Ballard's Horehound Celeste Moaeley Dollle Alford
.lIetmed 1.0 forge his ,
day of the Mr.J.
ilia..i.". 'AtStfK other things he Syrup. The relief It has given me I.I M. Wlllson Jr, the fight following, cent telegram Ethel Gilbert Grace Wine Lillian\ $2.50 to $4.00 "
1 all that for say"Sold ,
is necessary me to Prentls .
r1 a pie W the negroes, a few last Tuesday: MyrtieColller Mary Hodges,
of whom werfpresent. He: ,cited the by Roberson's Pharmacy.: Mattle- Bell' Harris, Susie Bell, .
Ft. Myers, Fla., March 10, 1908. ,
.. Atlanta riot at an instance of what To: J. M. Wlllson/ Real Estate ,Kilslmmee Lillian, Drlggers, Barnle Bass, .. : / 10 '19"
the (Open saloon will do for the Resolutions of Thanks.At Fla. Charles Oquinn, Howard Hlrtrel, .' ..
'negro, and stated that the negroes Dont fail to give ladies full creditas ..fameIOllyer, Malcolm OYer8 reeL. _. _. .____N\\\NNN\.a\O ,
harfj been dlti>anchlsed In Georgia .meeting' held fog thanksgivingand their presence at poll responsibleyour 'li'IFTH' GRADE-Ethel Tanner, '
anja other southern states because Bernie, Sharp, Kathleen Bearden,
praise In the,DaPtllL church on splendid victory: Klvsimmeeprectnot. t
they Would vote against the white. the night of Monday March tttb, 1908 Personal regards"good luck: Esther Byrd, Olive Caysoo Myrtle SEE
t *man In favor of the open saloon. the occasion being the deliverance of )'ou..Uarrl., Stanford, everybody on Shiver Norvin Marie Boyd; Edmond W.ld- ._ OUR SHOW WINDOW.<< .

Both the wet. and drys had been our county from the horrors vof the Dry side. EARMAN. ron Murphy. . .
w'' but traffic. the -"-"-' SIXTH ORADB-Anna !McCaUlster, -
plooklng: forward to Sunday, liquor ; following resolution 4Qi;5 I .. '
F with entirely opposite\ anticipations. offered by; Rev. A. L. Woodward! was Box Car Burned. rene Milliard Emma Bass. Edward .
Newton ..
Nathan Bryan, Annie Croroartle .
This 'was the"day on which Bvr unanimously adopted. .
Mae Williams.
'W. J.. Carpenter, recognized as the Resolved that the earne. ne lr and On Monday night about 12 o'clock SEVENTH, Buckles 1
v leading orator on the prohibition heartfelt thanks this community and a ,,IK>X car containing a merry-go- GRADE-Lucy ; '
' side In the State was to be here. Mr. our' entire county' be .through this round, belonging to Croft Bass Corlnne Myrtle McCalllster. Marie O'Berry, COME ,AND 'SEETHE .1
Gilbert Eva Wood all
i Crpenter has been In nearly every meeting; tendered to the following which had been shipped here several Lee Mary

e prohibition fight held In .the! State persons for their earnest., zealous; ana day*'before, was discovered ... be on Lancaster Oliver, Sammie Mildred Smith. Blanche .. c
for tbe>past several years, and the laborious efforts In. behalf of pro Ore and with I Its content was com NINTH Lupfer. 4, .
"l Vets have learned to read him more blbttion which have contributed so pletelydestroyed The car had .been uaADJ-lrl. Oliver. e
'than any other opponent, of their! largely; .to the glorious victory we shifted from the maiD I line and was TWJCUTK" GRADE:-Effl.... Lawson' '

r cause.' Mr. Carpenter came up celebrate tonight. to,wit: to our energetic standing the spur track at i),the '
from Tampa.(111; the midnight rain and tireless campaign -committee south corner of the Waters & Carson J. Preston Lewis,...minister of the .
Saturday slight, and was driven out ; especially, to the following Grocery Go's packing house. The Cbrl.Llalch l'Ch.. Klssimmee and C W..DAN'N
a'v) to Peghorn Sunday morning, where members vis; C. A; Carson, H. C, Aro was discovered Just tn time to Ocoee la attending the 16tb. annual '
bespoke at 11 o'eloek. The church Stanford C. W. Dane 'W.,B. Harris, ave the packing house from catching, convention of the Church of Christ, .
was comfortably filled several people H. M. Pfann J., ,M. tee;' where al the burning car being shoved down, which 1s to begin today at' Hampton, .li 1 t
having driven out from, town s were so earnest and active It !I. hardly'aclr' and off the end of the spur Fla.. lasting until Monday night of ,,'
'ytlstanoe, of About tan mile, to hear'blm. possible to discriminate. Also to Mr. about 20 :feet' away, by' those who next week., He will return" Monday +7b
,He spoke far over an hour, and B. H. Guy for his very valuable service first arrived on the scenes. '. Mr. Bass night 17th and begin a short series of '. : OUTFITTER T
;those Wtople! in that commdnlcy I who rendered at. Psgbora. Also 'to estimates but losses: '1100. While meetings at.the St. Cloud church. .. . r
,failed hear klm missed ao opportunity .- the '...b.....,. Minister RevV 'J; ,B.MltobelL the are U thought &0. have beso of
they mar never have again.Aftr of Orlando Rv. Raleigh/ ioclndlary origin, there la no clue as Ingersoll Midget watches! .OO atCalx's.
,bavins dinner on the rraunds, Wright of Kentucky,. Key. E. B. Rey to MM perpetrators. _' ( .' .. ?t tL +

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......,._....SM..*>es........\ bad habits. ; not; a favorite even with JAP AND CHINK' GROWL 'j ,

r' :J. ". -.-.........-..- .. R 8 those.who know him best, and among

whom be has gained some preeminence

h3: lea good oar. It seems, Complications ,Over, Seizure by Chinaof Notes :

4t&I THE CANON'S WARD : !IZ :'a and tljat for a U partner all..,... pour In life recommendation : own he Jap Vessel with Contraband Florida t I

Is very handsome, but you will 'not /Arms Aboard at, High Tsnslon.. : t: :t l lS

\ii OR 1 TALE' {MOKET. MADNESS.p. !B:. think so wttfifhe frowns1 At' you. 1 I IT . T T . T ,i ...... .. ..... ..... -
China T T
Such: men noon get tired of their AdvIce. from Pekln. state that : ...
I --- I II protiy )jilajthlnfts. Indeed I have noticed Japaa'u ultimatum In the case of the I Water Works Company Blamed I I Guarantee Money Forfeited. ,
By JAMES PAVN. .. t9 that of late weeks his I I
manner I' t
ti . ., -.-........._. '.. A O I to >'our cl( Is not what It used to be; JapniiOfiO steamship TaUu was presented At a special meeting of the Tampa : Tho promoters of tbe___Fensacola, .i ': '

............. .......................... 'he takes )Jess trouble, to please you. to tbo head,of the Chinese for* I city council' resolutions were adopted 1:, Alabama and Western and the Pen- :..

CHAPTER perhaps because be feels sure of you.'' elgn board sacola and Northwestern railroads
: H. 'i CHAPTER III. Friday, and Saturday the will
of the waterworks v
with the
I earnestly trust that be has as yet no to .
4 Continued.Copliy Aunt Ifarla's Headache. ground for such a confidence" board: took the matter under' consideration I company to provide sufficient: lose by their failure' to ,construct 20 e p"
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though far from a hypocrite It Is true that Miss ]Maria was no Sophy moaned The Tatau'was seized off. Macao |1 water for the <,checking of the recent' miles the of of roadbed$15.000' on which these two 'roads N t";' 4

possessed in a high degree that mother but the responsibilities of "You are not engaged to"him?" on February 7 by Chinese 'custom.crul.E'rs big fire at Ybor.; The resolutions: unanimously ',. sum was .placed'
gift of bar sea which enables them her position In regards to Sophy wero put In (lie other, quickly. j adopted were as follows; ;i I as & guarantee with "the city of Pen' r ,

In to affect an interest In matters that the same as though she bad been herchild "No. Aunt. Maria no," murmuredthe arms on the charge that her cargo "Whnroaa It appears from the report | tmcola that such would be done within :)' not care one halfpenny about while her difficulties were even girl of and'ammunition! was Intendedfor of the?'chief' of the flreA deportment I six months from the date of the extension <'

and 'which: no man could listen tot greater than she was aware of. ,The "Then part from him, I beseechyou : Chinese revolutionists" although: j ' chairman of the fire committee I of the franchises .*../ the city 4' ; .
<< knew little or nothing of thin. ,while there is time. consigned to merchant of that to the .
under the same circumstances 'with capon yet People a place failure of the- Tampa and which! time has expired., (r'
out exhibiting some sign of boredom. His sister who vnderslopd him thoroughly have, already begun, to talk oyou.', Tho steamer is now 'being held at that the Mayor[ ; Goodman hoe advised the, d' a;
He ppoke> of his prospects In the coming ; spared him all such 'troubles If you don't believe me. ask Henny Whnmpoa. on the Canton'river.' ] Water Works company to furnishsiltdetent council that the syndicate ftna lcloc' t .
tripos, and her pretty face seemedto as though she had been his llelford she-will. tell you the truth The Irreducible minimum | water and water 'pressure tu;!! '
of the th>-l'8e' roads or who ,had lubacrlbed'm
wife. He had his edition of 'Milton and give besides. and contract
glow with 'excitement; he discoursed you good advice Japanese i, required by Its franchise
and his Concordance to think It Is most claims Is the restoration of d' of his college experiences about painful to me to speak like the with the city Is 'largely, if not altogether :
and from the rapt attention with be had a largo correspondence with this; but, Sophy, It 4s better so than steamer as well as her cargo and I responsible the spread of come up to their guarantee, and for. ;

'which she'listened to' him one would sympathizing friends, and he Imagined that tuy brother should speak to, youI / the payment of a full Indemnity, Action I the fire In Ybor City on Sunday, ]March\ tho council to take steps for the 'collection , ,
have thought he was speaking of her himself to be a man "full of af doubt whether I.nm'right In concealing Is demanded within a "reasonable i of the amount of the guarantee '

last partner or her first ball. She fairs." who' had quite the average your conduct from him; butI time" 1, )908.. and, "'orks'' posted.; This guarantee Is In the form +

'wan In truth far from being: share of trouIJeSavo- for the absence know that it would 'vex him, In case of default or postponement! , /'Whereas, the saidVater of a certified check. made payable to j r'i

charmed: and thought him a veryegotistic of his son. however they were' Is the kindest of men but his Japan, according to' tbe Terms of hef ,.company has lieitofore, at'othcr tlinsg, the city in the event of failure\ and Is {' 1
young man; but his talk was crujropted rose leaves. The very noble heart revolts 'at' anything like' ultimatum will "take failed to furnish adequate fire protection ( '
breath of heaven thanks Immediate aclion 'I required Its franchise :, on deposit in one ot tha local banks!!, t,# )
not altogether 'disagreeable to her to his sis- duplicity or underhand doings ." e as by '
:k since she saw through It the admiration ter' care was not suffered to. visit "Don't tell him-oh! don't tell Japan and contract, n j>5\ I and the city will proceed at once' io'' '
she had excited In him a thing his cheek too roughly him! pleaded; Sophy earnestly She expects a reply at. once, i 1 "Tb r'rore, be it resolved by'the I make collection of the same; Tht p

.always agreeable to her and to At this very -moment when the, "Weli. then for this once; and will not tolerate China's offer to : olty.ccuncll of the city of Tampa, That : syndicate Is composed of .local capitalize ..

which., In the present case there was cigars have ,been produced at his trusting to see signs of amendment Investigate the case; she Insists \\fpor\ !I the of the city, In conjunctionwith who' !In addition,to the guarantee
added of pkusaut < Trinity\ rooms (for under in your behavior I won't." an apology for hauling down of the ; mayor
she about
sense triumph; had .replied the finance? committee be, mil I, will lose $75,000 on the sur- ',, p pIveye
manufactured a friend out of an enemy the influence of the genial weed the' Aunt Maria.She Japanese flag on the Tatsu Marn and made of the'routes. At the Um'othe '' "
and Instrtictcd j
authorized -
talk grows deeper and wider, and said this with quite magnanimous ,she will not accept mediation, affirmIPS I they ate hereby I syndicate was famed; to encourage f I+
He was in Paradise and Sophy, carries the thought with It), and air; but the fact was she that China' Is in error and that I t() Invosllga\" the matter of ', build Into f
} 'who guessed the fact did not choose while his part Id but to encourage had nothing very' definlnte to tell the facts are Incontrovertible I i the failure of the Tampa Water Works. : a rOad to Pennacola U 3

tw to let him know that It was a fool' guests who need no spur Miss Marla only certain small misdoings on So, Baron Hayashl Japanese :i company to )filiform Its contract to ', vas be'leved by many that such would v
minister to
,i Paradise. 4a has another and less agreeable task phy's part which feeling herself to t furnish water tot Ore purposes\ mid bo' done, as New 'York men deslrca

"You 'need never fear, dear Miss before her. The girl who calls ber blame for having permitted. she was made China.In reference delivering the ultimatum, j to take such glens as' they may l>e to build a road to Memphis, while Stone s

n' Gilbert" he whispered, significantly, aunt and whom she loves more dearly not very nnxlous to reveal 1. to Japan's sympathy advised hall< be for (the best' InteiesU '& Webster the street railway men of ,-

"that I will ever reveal what, I accidentally faT than most women love their "I don't wish to speak of my own with China In the matter of the contra j of the City and Ita Inhabitants, either lIo tOl1. wanted to connect Pen aeola.

witnessed yonder." nieces. Is alone with her In the draw troubles in the matter" she,continued }band traffic In arms and explained that by priveedliiKB to revoke th; franchise with Andalusia( Ala., and still desire ;y ...J.II

av. There were two replies open to ing-room for a few minutes previously after a pause; "but 'I can't say China could not expect mediation no | : works ) do BO, but cannot make any move t tat ...,
of the said water > fompnnv
Bophy. She might have said, and to their going up-stalrs to what' 1 suffered this evening when I long as she did not admit the part Id- time account of
the on
present the
Ili dress for the ball. saw Mr. Perry with that cr otherwise\ and to that end to em-
with truth, "You saw nothing of ; great flagon potion of the Portuguese 1
'which I have any reason to J>e I "Sophy, I have a word or two tosay'to In -his hand leering at us like somebody Besides the trouble over he seizure pIp)" such roniiKfl// an they may doom money stringency ,

,ashamed no matter what ideas you I you." wicked In the Heathen Mythol of the Tateti, China's activity to recover i necessary to "lIl\lst; the city attorney t
I ''may,: entertain to the contrary or | "Yes, Aunt Maria.' ogy. He had bad too much drink already full sovereignty In Manchuria has In_JUlY matter or litigation>\ that may | The total loss nustalned by Tampa's a

'however well-founded they may appear She looked t up with such a sweet and that's the truth Sophy. arise In relation thereto." rccrnt big fire Is, now estimated at00,000. I,, ..
aroused the ; .
to you." But this course would smile of simplicity and assent that,it And then to think that be will be at Japanese t to opposition, Ja; : $/'/ buildings. being mostly cigar
almost put to flight Aunt the ball pad has raised the standard of her *
have necessitated an explanation It Maria's intended tonight most probably In. post A National Cemetery Road. farotrles and residences> of men '
was Impossible to give and which If probation. toxlcated. Now Sophy do promiseme offices Increased the effectiveness' of : U
The work of building what known employed! In them. thousand persons -
she had given would (she felt) haves "Whatever Imprudence the girl that you will not dance with that her postal system which Is one of IheJap1D..88 '
commits" she to herself as the: National Cemetery toad, extendIng are homelem, and 4,000 dependent
once more made an. enemy of her says "she man. government's special Inctructlons I
has certainly no thought of "I will promise from Ha>'on.. Grande to Fort liar on the faotoiles for employment V".
wrongdoing Aunt
companion. The other course was to you that. of aggression: and Is harassing/ -
'- have accepted with thanks his promise nor can I think her capableof Maria," was the unexpected reply; the Imperial Chinese by other means ranrat, and the coiitlructl.. \ of abridge arc out' work The> fire raged for four -

A' '' of silence and this again she duplicity. If she were conscious "for I will not go to the ball at all" Japan refuses China certain postal over the l>a\oii, will\ b" commenced hhura, fanned by high northeast ;t''a ,

dared not take. To admit a confidence of having done anything amiss she "But my dear that will look ex- prvllleges on the south Manchurian 'Irallw8)'a I within a few weeks, th" government : winds, the local /fire department being!!: '%' r

of this kind between them was would certainly. look frightened." tremely odd; Indeed It may be said having; awarded the contractsfor almost helpless to check Its progress. ,

!>* '" only less dangerous than;,.the other There was not a flaw In this logic that you were afraid to meet Mr. .broken to which she Is entitled, has: both the roadway and the bridge!: Charitable organizations( have started
only the logician did not which will open Chinese mall bags recrct-
understand Perry be
alternative; It would Be an encouragement worse than any. I / and has stipulate! In the, two ran- ;- relief work and a large fund ,has alrondv ''
ly +
bow very much more frightened thing.) confiscating one mall bag and con
to him of'which she feared raised. The blaze Is calit '' .
tracts that this Bha'l lip l completed liroii
tie would<<1 take advantage. She"*bad Sophy had been during the last half "I am not at all afraid of meetingMr. tents and conducts a parcels post over I v
hour than she was When ] her within a period of 100 dajs Two yearsago to lia\o been started by a man falling
'already come to The'conclusion/. now. one Perry. said Sophy quietly "but railways, while refusing to carry
only that Mr... John "Adalr was not a has had a loaded lltol close to one's I had tether not." the parc": !''s.of the Chinese postA congress appropriated, $35,000 for i asleep with a lighted cigarette In his r

k '''gentleman to be trusted In any,deli- ear for a little the production of one "But BO many people will be expecting Toklo special says: There were no the purpose of building the'bridge and I mouth from which thV" bed clothes r ''

r cate'matter, but that:+' he, *.s not a that la not loaded can be borne with us, my dear) What excuse developments through Sunday or Monday road,, with the provision that the coin' I were I Ignited. 4- '

''gentleman at _all. ills calling ber comparative- equanimity. can you possibly make" In' connection wllh'tbe Tatsu ; ty of Escanibla construct a road acceptable I -- "

,P "'dear Miss Gilbert",upon sal short an "What has happened to-night, "None at all." said Sophy mustering . fair Meantime Japan Is undoubtedly aT- I: to the government connecting The new depot of the Atlantic CoastLine r' -
s acquaintance struck1!her (asJtadeed Bophy has distressed me and 1 am tip a little smile. "It Is you who Bayou Grande' with the city of Penan- '
54 Itwas) a. an audacious.Impertinence : \ sure my dear brother also exceed In g- must be the excuse Aunt Maria. preparing for eventualities.! The entire: I i In Dunnellon costing $10,000 Is a.
cola, thus giving a continuous. hard
she 1y"; You said you bad a headache you decision In the case rests with Premier nearly completed and a mile and a rh r''
8; yet wa. eo'much In his
road from Darrancas to Pensaco-
55 power that she dared'voUshow the Sopbys beautiful\ eyes expressed a know, when you left my guardian's Salottjl and Foreign Minister, Jla)' 8hl. half of cement sidewalks .from It to .
+g least trace of Indignation. An unpleasant mild surprise. rooms" There has been no Indication of the period la The county !has carried out its por tint school house hal been contracted )'

''t ''position for even a man to "I. It possible that you can be on- "But It's gone now" exclaimed of time that Japan will await Chl- lion of the contract but not until non for The'!
: be la, but for a young lady a'deplorable aware of :what happened on the Avert Aunt Maria simply na's reply '- has the government taken action. hotel has boon begun It U said. This k.', ''

'one Indeed., -that that very forward young man "I can bring It back In half a minute Some reliable figures aro now to i I, In remarkable progress In,a city which
She answered : Mr.iFerry( ) had the bad taste to drinkyour ," cried Sophy; and springing II i An
,: : nothing. hand showing the present) strength of immense Warsaw fish was broughtto had only 700 inhabitants In 1900. In G
"1 suppose you are going to thebairtonlghtT" health in public under our very; from the sofa she sat down at 'the fensacola
the a feww days ago by the an'increase ,
windows" piano and thundered the march from"Athaite'which Japanese navy as compared with Its 1905 it baa ),U/I/ population, '
ho continued. /"And. .j" strength when war. with 'Rnssla broke fishing schooner Varric H. Welles, and of 75 per cent Ini five ,years.
The question / was that such very bad taste: made Aunt Maria
was a simple
one., but she connected It very at,once-- Aunt Maria" Inquired the young who detested loud music of any kind out; Details are appended, but the totals , bas been placed In ''C' f1lobe(ebipwd| .. ;Tlio In t'ue'ln the three yeare elnce
.; ,as he Intended her to do-'with the girl demurely. : put'her; hands to her ears and very I may be freely I .Btalt'dlit' 157.vessels 1 out at an earlylat} ,.t to riiiclnnatlj'Thc: >",.hag probably, been even greater'Poos-\

Incident to which be had already'al "Pray, pray, Sophy do not treat literally sue for peace. of all descriptions representing a I fish tipped; tWj alei'a1f513201po'iHnl: \; ..J i>halo' Is the magic product;;"_wMeb'has

luded. The; blood rushed to bet Very this matter with lightness. It was "You have really given me a head tonnage of 263,742 tons; before'the war.j I I 'and It Is the Jargt'8t11.v over 100 pound I built up Dunnellon Into "a 'city'; :;'with

,...m"IH.} but the tone of ber reply most Infamous taste-MIt would have ache, now," she.cried, "you naughty and' 204 vessels and &J .02 tons fit of any ever taken'n! the grill The most of the modern Improvements. "' ,

was 'studiously Indifferent been bad taste- even !'If> he bad been girl." the preset it day fish are easily taken, after the first Tlmea-ltnlnn> Short Talks r a,i- c"
"Old you not hear my guardian engaged to )you, which, aa you well "That is because you are so dreadfully .' ': struggle, and was caught with a hook ?: ,
.say so7" know cau'bner. neverhappen., conscientious dear Aunt Marla; and lino used for ,
KNICKERBOCKER :TO snapper /flphlnc: AH
"No; I beard nothing of what he Sophy smiled] it was a Very. differ- it in the reward of truth. Nor Is It soon as the first struggle: Is Hit Imlgn W. H. Sht'IIWlj'd. appointed! sev.cral .- ,, C;:
or any one else was saying. I was ent smile: from her former one; it a mere selfish advantage; for now. I,' over months ago(; to be Judge of the fed ,}'a"
/ ,only thinking of you." had confidence In It, but. also sad. who have no headache, can honestlysay Marks Progressive Period I In Era of Returning warsaw rises rapidly to the surface.and cral l court fur the northern district of

S "It Is a pity that you bad not something ness. that you have, got one." Then Financial Confidence. 1, in so doing fills Itself and upon| .Florida, baa not yet been confirmed .

better to think about" said "Well, at all events', for a very long dropping her light'tone.,'she flew to Marking the advent of another i!1, reaching the surface floats and Is unable and both his nomination and that of
time to come the other's and pro to sink. Therefore the fishermen ,
Sophy pettishly. continued Aunt Maria side murmured caressingly being''
"' She regretted It the next moment "theie Is no possibility your marrying ', "I am BO sorry, darling greslve period In the era of reconstrtic- j| expeilefice but little trouble In catching j I Judge Hundley of are I'
looked Into the committee There Jjjj
.5 5 5 not because It'was such a reply as him; should you ever do so it auntie; but it will soon be off and tlon In the financial and Industrial them. | by ,JI
dialer will be in direct we will both at home i Is no opposition however, so far a .
a servant might have given to antagonism both to stay together world was the order granted Saturday -g
'her military cousin but from the op- myself and your guardian and I don't and have a cozy evening won't wet" by; Justice Clarke In the supreme court Two convicted murderers were sentenced In, known to the appointment of Judge 9 i L \
portonltr which she felt It would afford think we, have deserved of you, to The Town Hall In which the Procession Sheppard, as he had the endorsement + L. r "toI ,
Staten Island for the reopening on by Judge n, M. Call In the
(him of paying a compliment. have, I do not Bay our wishes only, : Ball was held was -crammed not only of rf'publlcansbut also of
March 26 next of the Knickerbocker Duval circuit court at '
.HIt would be difficult" he said., but our most serious convictions set : with guests. About ten o'clock it had Jacksonville the I many democrats> anU It .Is suprislng 'ito
'..with a smile "to think of an'bod7j] at naught." I come on to rain heavily; 'but that Twist company whose suspension last past week to spend the balance of their 1 i many that his nomination has not

j : better, than yourself Miss Gilbert." "You have deserved nothing of me I circumstance had no effect upon the October following a run, Involving thesavings lives In the Florida state Ilrl on.whlch .j yet been confirmed.

a Both the smile and the words made but love and gratitude" said Sophy attendance of the ladles. It was one of nearly 20,000 'daposltors, means that they will go to the convict c,
,her blood run cold; toe one because with the tears in her eyes. "What. of the few entertainments of the like caused the suicide of the president of camps for life and the state of FlorIda :: '. a ? f

(here were reasons 'why to have ever happ ns. I shall never forget. kind where. every girl no matter how the Institution Charles T. Barney, and will receive something over $200 I The Pensacola Mardi Gras carnival. .

aroused the affections of this man how much I owe you." plain was sure of plenty of partners precipitated such an unsettlement of ( per uun'um for the services of each as was a grand success from the very ;

.i'was {more dangerous even ,than to "And; yet you propose to repayus and of young partners. The male public confidence that the pankrof! 1907 long as they live. The murderers sentenced start. The city 'was thronged wJlh

S, ,havej become his enemy; the other with disobedience" observed sex was considerably In excess of the resulted. i iI I '; were Kd Hallard and Morgan ;i visitors and they. like the resident, ?

,because though uttered without any Aunt Maria dryly Then, as if unable female and they were almost' without I I Christian who turned out for the merriment of the : !
meaning In Jlartlcur r4 to maintain exception dancing men. negroes, were convicted
so stern
seemed a tone
WU TING FANG OPENS UP. j in the circuit court )last [ event.> The Pensacola Carnival Association -
.to her to convey.the bitterest sarcasm even for a moment she added gently: There was however one; young December for r ,
i'" : w"s"v "It Is not for our sakes, Sophy as man ,who scarcely came under that I the murder of men of their own color several years ago decided to
"May I hope that you will-''giveme you 'well know but for your own, category and who, though he meantto Wary Chinese. Minister "Interviews" Both negroes begged for mercy. One hold each year a grand street 1ti
a dance or two at the ball ,this that we are so strenuous upon this dance that night for the present Newspaper Men. | said he came from Georgia and the !'on Mardi Gras night and the first i w

A evening? I do not ark for the first point. When you come of age you seemed content to stand by the ballroom ]Minister Wu Ting Fang who has ,' other from North Carolina. : commenced with four very pretty =
{ ;:one" hs added hastily, 'perceiving will be Independent of us, and can door and to scan with unobtrusive ... returned I 1 floats.. Each year from two to ,lour

the look of am&teoient and even do as you. like.: There are many, persona glance whosoever entered It. to the United States as Chlna'B.j/ Mr II. L. Anderson of Ocala owns ;i i floats have been added until mw,the
alarm that came Into* her face; 'it who under the same circumstance His anxiety: was.not easily to ba ac- diplomatic representative after several : large: turpentine plantation in Honduras street parade. as given on-TOiIs"' last

Is only too probable that the first would be glad enough to get counted for since he appeared to years of absence arrived In Washington having obtained occasion was equal In beauty to any ,i?" '
a most favora-
one may be bespoken by another. I rid of such A responsibility as you know nobody. At last however appeared
Saturday night.( j that has been In New ,
know too well how eagerly you are must needs be to os. But when ore who seemed no strangerto ble concession from that government. i seen Orleans
n 'ought after aa a partner; you are leave us you will still be In yqu our him, though Adair made no sign He was escorted to the Chinese legation 'I In addition, to his great turpentine concession ,the Mardi Gras city of the south. '. '

I not annoyed at the request I hope. heart.; your future will affect us as of recognition; on the contrary he where he received the repreI and to facilitate the shipments I i W ,

,One dance really does not seem much. much as your present does at this drew himself up in the corner he had sent i1ve of the press. Aa of old he of Ms products, Mr. Anderson has Invested Dr Olovanl Grana a physlslan, bisbrotherln Y .r'

1 ''to ask.'" 1 hour, only we shall no longer have selected and watched him furtively, was (lie interviewer- particularly when in a schooner named the Trave'er .law, John Orflno and a F
' "Dam! not annoyed the to but with great attention.To the questions approached) the subject I
said Sophy, power shape It. Even now, : This schooner sailed from Port friend Alfonso Mule were shot from r
mustering a smile "but I If knew of the trouble his country la i
am\ certain as"much aa I be Continued.Not present i i Tampa! few days ago for TrUJIllo, Hon ambush in Ybor City by four men, Monday t -
ly astonished at such: a request from do-ho often Mr. Perry comea here having with Japan over the spzure, of duras ",
and Arthur
Wade P. J. night. Mule seriously wounded
Worley was
a how i
quarter. My often
guardian said you make '
for the of
excuse ". the Tatsu Maru on charge smuggling -
you 'were the very last man. Mr. meeting him claewliere-Mt would USM to It. supplies Into China for the supposed i and J. F. Odum, three young men of the other being only slightly hurt. *

Adair likely to be seen at a ball." : make him miserable.. Ani yet It Is :That disaster breeds endurance no benefit of revolutionists.HUGHES I Tampa, took passage on the schooner ,' All are Italians and the shooting I.I ' +

. 1 "I know; I heard him." returned, not for his sake, but for your own one' doubts: An Easterner who was 1 : I for the) purpose of seeking 'their fortunes : believed to be the result of a Black $t ,r

the young man quietly "Stllf' I may that I entreat you to give up. this visiting California at the time of the I In Central America. Hand plot.Working. *''*
mean to to this I .J'' ,
go ball.
maD recent calamity fully recognized this GETS ENDORSEMENT I _
ay 'It 'was on,Sophy's lips to say "I.. Sophy, huddled upon the sofa with fact and gave the Californians full. I Arthur L.'Glass, a well known young I, quietly as a street car'mo- i

do not dance 'round ''dances." But'. her, little, bands hiding her pretty credit fof'lt. Of New York State Republican Commitj j railroad man, has assumed charge of torman. Hawes Keebler member of

reckless the consequences conduct' gt'her'rash fu: another and and .faee.. "It-answered is better only,for by her to sobs A ,building had collapsed as a result tee for Presld/ent./ ; 1 the Tampa and Jacksonville railroad ,I the Hill family gang of the Tennessee ;I ?+ v
you of
cry now, the earthquake. Besides
savers committee succeeding J ti. Cutler who for mountains a
+ more serious mattet were fortunately my' dear" continued Aunt :Maria The republican state the was arrested -Tampa
Californians confined beneath !( .
jtoo present with her to admit of that. with a tender tremor nevertheless In the !debris was a New, Yorker A* New York Saturday put its seal ot approval ;put year has been[ the general su-\ j I few days ago upon identification r '

"If my aunt's.headache to which her own voice "than when things are the rescuers began removing the brick on the candidacy! of Governor perln'tendanC-'Mr. Cutler Is an effl-1 I Policeman Caldwell of .Bristol, TenD.,

.he le;> martyr" said Sophy, 'with a past crying tor' I heard' -nlght and timber a feeble voice called front Hughes' ,for the presidential nomination dent railroad nan but", owing to the Keobler has a charge of murder pending ,

drop ,ln, her. voice' "permits of 'her lome ,talk of Mr. Perry, which those a corner of the building far below: by unanimously adopting a ,.resolution fact that be is largely Interested In' against him at Bristol and escaped

if', < .chaperoning me to the ball at all. I who uttered it little thought bad any "Help herel. I am from the Cast ., naming- him' ', as the. choice of the, lee manufacturing'business Inthlr I from loll at )Marion N., ,C.,- several

: hall berery. 'happy' ,to dance with personal Interest for me. He' Is a' and am .earthquakes.. Take his party In the slate before the repnb-i state, resigned his position In order months ago, by knocking down f{i d .e '

,...,;jrou. Mr Adalr. man of. bad temper,' as. well, .. of' me opt first" llcan national' convention at: Chicago.. 'that he might devote more. attention after' the 'Judge sentenced him. W1J n. -i '

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"' Gov. Smith cf Georgia, -' Makes, Initial. 1 House Judiciary Will I Report Adversely A dlcli in''time .saves .sp**MYaY::

,I In San! ,. aa Candidate for, R.-El.s- I on Plea of Female '8u"r I1I.t. Save sick
: Francisco, According' tlon.,In DeKsIb County. I By State of South' Carolina ,. for the Right to Vote. many,a spell

to,State-Supremo! Court (i' through Attorney General.. by rfivinrf. the child ,

1, v .: .Governor Iloke Smith of Georgia'' The/, house committee on the Judlclarjr f BALLARD'SHOREHOUND:
.< opened, his....second campaign fot:gov4 will report adversely the Join ,

SCHMITZ AGAIN WINNER error Monday morning In an address; i WILL DISREGARD ORDER resolution by Mr. /flavor of Louisiana H SYRUP
before an audience of between 200 ,

r---( ', and 800 citizens la the. PeKalh county -I to go, amend, the constitution ot EVERY -
court home at Dec tuF. I' the United States. as to confer upon _

Recent Decision of. Court of. Appeals, lie read front the platform on which, j Muddle. "Over Dispensary Affairs Reaches women, the right to vote. o hould keep supplied with/ Bailard's Horehound Syrup, If ahairlnhe

Which,Was Favorablji) L \\'o SchmlU; he made hU first racd"'two years ago 1'I : Serious Climax In ,Appointment I. In discussing the proposition. Chairman taina alMolutely* to pave:her.,nothing children from serious doe not sick ,rpelU. Jt Good oon-
Injurious constipate.
I la ReafRrn-ed an" 'tt.w I Hearing . all said he WauM- confine himself tS'i of .Permanent. Receivers by Jenkins said; + fur children aa well a. adult*. _

In the Case Denied.! : showing what t 'had'been done towards :, .. Federal Judge Pritchard. "Our girl friends A cough often leads to consumption and should be checked
to think
carrying out his, pledges and what :I __ ream Immaliately.A .
:fitlll: !"' remained to her doge I the duty of this committee is very easy '
A -ranoJac8VEclal ..
That Federal
; : Judg Prlchard
at Asbeville. Household
eaysy: and that
It Is'a i
very eHipla matter to Necessity. .
'fhe'1I10t striking ksuttj'ccta treated( : ,
former,*Mayor'It ugQne R.Schmlts was I'; ., N.. Governor Smith's speech were the J. O. Smith, Houston, Texas, write: "I hare used
A unlawfully convicted of extortion andaentonged following. l i c' 'polna permanent receivers of' .the States ThoeeTu Favor of this proposition BaJIard horehound Syrup In my family for the past

to, five 'years" In prison was The railroad 'commission "las beeii." ',South, .Carolina .dispensary fund of overlook the fact that :the federal/ few years, and find It far, superior to any other cough
government vii created by the state, medicine have tried. Krery hoaaehold ahould bo
reaffirmed Monday, when'the, state su. Increased and its powers'enlarged.. '. $800.000, and Dltmed Judge Joseph A. and the states expressly referred unto supplied, with this worthy remedy." '

fJW premo 'court unanimously 'refused w While the.commission has no hostilityto McCullough, C: K., Henderson and Il. themselves the power and the right to The Delight' of Children.
railroad, It requires them to' fur''fish' i F. Arthur
grant a rehearing of the -before aa receivers
i# say who shall vote and who shall not ...
the district 'court of appeals,, 'which belter'eervkn, I. In the order the receivers were dljrected vote, Now, why should the federal government CURBS COUGHS GOLDS-WHOOPING
The Jaw
several weeks ago: ,reversed the Judgment reiuirng public service'corporations to take charge of all the peronal undertake to force upon the AND". SORB ALL LUNa THROAT TROUBLES.BRONCHIUS ,

and order'af the trial court; and to securo tbe'cOftllent! "of ( property now In charge 'of the states something they do not want To I a

ordered the discharge. of the defend. the railroad commission; before lee tIng commission appointed by the 'atato to illustrate New York refascs the right PRICE .2c, ,SOC, anti$1.00.

ant on the ground that under the law I additional- .stock prevents the- fur 'wind, up the dispensary affairs, Includ- of suffrage to women. Why should they AVOID ALL SUBSTITUTES.'

no offense had .keen committed.: The 'ther Usuanae of watered stock.Passenger :. lose the money In give join( In a crusade to Insist that the

//p court 'of appeals' held In, brief that rale'aj, have boon reduced bond In the sum of $25,000 each Tbo right,of suffrage upon women thould be

oven though ScJinilU had accepted to a' point which Bavfs the people of members of tIle committee were directed conferred In the state of ,Georgia? 1 .Bollard Snow Liniment Co.

from French restauranteura Georgia $1.000,000 a year; to turn such: to
money property "The right to'vote Is exercised under
he had not'' iJtaln\1d It by threat aud One million dollars more 'Is saved the receivers,'. and all persons were",-,,,bat We commonly call the police paw. 500-502 North Second Street,

was, therefore, not guilty of extern .In the redaction! oNfrelght rat'a.:, restrained from bringing/ any suits to er of the states, and' It Is a serious '

tlon ,under the statutes.Schmlts Free passes have been ,atollsbedThe enforce claims pr In any way to Inter. question whether we should attempt ST. LOUIS; MO., ,

has been held lust legislature passed the l law were. with the possession of the court's $
to jail ever divide that:power., So far It has been t v1 ,
since his conviction as there ara several disfranchising Jguornnt' and Illiterate agent proved that"It Js best to leave It entirety

other Indictments standing! : against: nt.sro, and tha people) will 'endorse When Attorney General Lyon of with the"state*. h

him. their action- at the- fair e'ec- South Carolina was shown the dispatch "But Insistence on suffrage Is only a Sold, and Recommended by ;;

',I( Abraham flue; who war jointly in- tlona. : from AshevPIe announcing Jos. step that Is followed by' marriage and
dieted with Schmitz;, pleaded gui'ty (The date for" primaries- should be A. McCullongh's! acceptance of a receivership divorce and several other1 sentimental For Sdle':>:' 7 R'OBER ON'S DRUG STORE.KISSIMMEE .- r

fixed by law, and should be as lateas .. ... ..... .
and bis sentence la now( pandlug.' of the dispensary at the propositions - --- --; ,.

decision of the supreme 'court posaslbla: preceding the regular hands of Judge Prltlchard, he said: ""When; the question!\ Is fairly presented T '

y also applies to hIm It Is believed that elections. ""I regret exceedingly that there Is a aa to whether""' women shall : I ,

'si'r Schmlts will Immediately apply for The public school( system of the person In the state of South Carolina vote or not, we shall have to'' argue ,

release from the county jail o'n. ball, state should'be perfected. who would accept thp appointment of the question on different lines. I am

h and Ruef may do( likewise. Laws regarding the examination of receiver at the'hands of. Judge Prltch )perfectly willing to Bay that sines I I
state batiks. shojld be amended .EIVEB ItOtT 'Ew" :
so as never
The prosecution proposes at once to ard. have been Jn congress I have

bring to trial some of the many oOTer to make the examinations more searchIng Then taking up the general situation seen a member of the committee on "

enrages preferred against them. and more" valuable.. Mr./ Lyon said, In part: the judiciary who fait favorably lacuna STEAMER_ LILLIE, BTRAMCR UOSEADA,

The sustained decision ofthe anpel- The Western and Atlantic railroad "So far as Judge Prltchard's undertaking ed to this proposed act" Captain Clay Johnson, Sr, -Captain Clay Johnson, Jr, .'.

lain court held that the Indictment on should be ultimately extended to the to enjoin any ono from bring. Regular .'..ekl,. trips to Basalnjer a'.d return. Roseada leaves Klsslsa'

,' which Schmitz was convicted was defective. sea.The ing suits to in any way Interfere with "UNCLE REMUS" SPREADS OUT nee Tuesday morning:, and arrives r.lislmmee Friday evening f

In that It did not aver that prohibition question should betaken the fund Involved Is concerned, I will Special Charter Trips to Lak Okerr."'obee and Fort Uyert on the Ullle.; F

Schmitz was mayor that Ruef, bl.codefendant. I out of politics, and the present;; state that f have Instituted proceeding Buys for. a Large Sum the .Home Magazine Comfortable accommodation for passengers. Rata reasonable.The ?
"' ,, law should be allowed to stand. Such I court of South Carolina most picturesque Waterway -Florida.. ,
was a political bogs In In the supreme Published at Indianapolis. w
amendments as may be neceseary to = purpose of compelling the For Passenger and Freight Ratea apply to' e
control of the city, and that; as such, for the The Uncle Remus Magajlne company
they were In, a position to exercise perfect fhe law should be made*by commission to disregard Judge Pritch-, CLAY. JOHNSON.; 8R., Proprietor.
power" and undue influence over the the friends :and_ not the enemies of ard'a. Injunction and, to pay into the of Atlanta,has secured by purchase ". Oa board -I"111.." Klsstmmee.The 11.
at said to $150-
a figure be more
the, Q:1eaauri.
--r commissioners to : state treasury for' the use of the-at- ,
police to as bring _
000 the Home Magazine Issued for 10 ,
The aunt of $950000: cannot well be ,4
about extortion and that It did pot torney general's office tbe'sum of $18-; years' the Dobbs-Merrllt 'com
past by ,
to Confederate veterans In kyyysvi.eya
,,r ah w that, Schmlts rj' jrted to unlawful paid a 000 which was 'appropriated for the of ,
pang Indlanolls.
lump sum at beginning of eachteat
_. mans In threatening to bare liquor purpose of certain criminal proceeding
without constitutional amend With the May Issue the Home Magazine
licenses withheld. a ' and prosecutiopa( of persons connectedwith .
ment permitting the governor: to borrow the late state dispensary. will be w'lth discontinued and .Its consolidation ,e .'r1i.. '
Uncle Remus Ma.ra.zlne ;
TROOPS LEAVE G0LDFIELD. as much as 600000. "Judge Prltchard's order will most consummated "
Ott '. Reamrms that port rates should be' certainly be disregarded by me If It undertakes ; the magazine In "
- made'effective. I the future to faa Issued from the plant 'I Law iIgalnst"Filling -
SoldUrs In wise restrain or direct :
Uncle Sam'a trlially.R.llev.d to any
In Atlanta
I 01, the company under the
1 *
Declares that attempts have been proceedings ____ '
In this other
by Local.and State Police. me or any of Chandler Harris. J.
editorship Joel l
,t' i
The United States troopa 'that have formerly' made by the combined ef I may deem It advlsable-td Insti Deep-Rooted Feeling ./fgainstMuss .
forta of railroad and liquor ; u .
been In Godfleld? Nev., for three to ..8ecure'controt !of; legislative corporations I tute. special Sunday from Asheville This, consolidation elves the, Atlanta 'J der Exists In; Most Jtnimats : .. '
months,, evacuated the camp Monday A, of Magazine av circulation of,270.000., The
and turned responsibility of main. power. lays: ,The attack made on Judge
Home Magazine has A circulation of '
talnlng peace In the Goldnsld district People are warned that efforts lire Prltchard by Attorney,, .General Lyon 05,000! and Uncle Remus' Magazine 1 By Ernest. Stton. .
secure the election of ..
made to
being the, morning papers; .
over to the local police authorities and and published by 11.000.' ; '
" ." .' "u tI'W"' ."dt \ .IVs
undesirable legislators. ,
"" '
Nevada aensatlon ln the t .
created profound
the state police. The departIng a !: '
forces consisted: of 114 men andS MiltonII. Smith, .precedentof'the; : city the ]udg ', -borne.r It Is .stated ;HUSBANP DEAD;'",WIPE'DYING. :....... Is a deep-rooted feeling against murder In most ant-tm.I.
,JIve officers. ,Several;, squads" of state' t Uoulsvllle' :and Nashville!. >..'-1. .' > *-<."..i.: ii,," "'""' . .1'UER".." Their senses tell them that this is one of their own
( police established headquarters" in. a declared to be tha feader'of"railroad suitors will call the"attentloti the felnous,? Double" 'Murder" Shocks\ Community : T race and their,\Instinct that, therefore it la not l lawful .prey.
to"'n.' control court to the attorney general' attack, : New-born rattlesnakes will strike instantly at a stranger of,
,'" building In the center of the Near Emplra. ;, Ga. :
9 4'! Iteferring'tothe removal of 'Hon. Joseph and ask Judge Pritchard to attach him 'I any other specIe., but never j't one of themselves. 1 have; .
M.. Bro p 'as railroad commission the attorney general, for contempt of Another ,terrible murder: shocked ...... ,seen a young mlnR still-blind, suck at a mother':cat till fed .
the section of county near Empire Oa., It
the' governor said: then- try to. kill her. Though a blood-tblr.t creature 1

"I 'would, 'have.. removed nlnt aa soon' court.Columbia special, says: Wb ft'Attorney Wednesday and excltement'iilnt nse. ,*........I would never have attacked Its '''own mother, 1.o''of.
Sum of $100 Usual Reward of Assassins A Just at daylight some one attacked Wild animals often fight for the masfery.. usually over
as I was Inaugurated, but the law required shown the
r In Kentucky: ahould'raport General Lyon was- Warren, ,,Ilart as he went; out to feed a question of'mates, but in virtually: all, flgbt la.over when one:'
In the trial at Ja<:k.on. Ky.,. of John tbat I my actionto press dispatches Sunday as to the his stock, crushing his bead to a jelly yields. The 1 vanquished can save,himself .either, by submission orbyfllghG. :''.
the legislature with my, reasons fordoing" threatened attempt to 'have him attached What is than to the weaker oftwo dogs disarm his conqueror "
Abner, charged with complicity In the and killing\ him Instantly. They then commoner see r
/ murder of John Cockrlll Asbury Spl- so and the legislature would I contempt on account of the went to the kitchen where Mrs Hart by gYovellng on the ground? The victor 19 a fight between two cats .Is sat-1.

l'- can tentlflod ,that .understood that then have been called upon to past strictures, of Judge Prltchard. he'.ald: was preparing breakfast,.and attacked isfied when the foo Sloe; he will not pursue him twenty yards. la either'- ,;'

t John 'Smith received *10Q for' killing upon my report. There were many I "It l Is not suprtslng that her with an ax, leaving her for dead case, bad the enemy been of another race the victor would- have',followed. s.
before the legislature, and and killed him.
Cockrll, as that waa, the price he received questions pies (referring to the liquor lawyers) She was found lying on the floor, barer
t It was evident that they would not, for What makes the difference: Obviously not: a. ) ., ay.
for the murder. of B D. Cox. should wish to have me attached I ly alive, with a fork In her hand and recognition of the unwritten law against t.
but instinctive feeling-the
have time to complete their conelderatlon a deep Jrt
This wail waa probably ,
k... Asked by Judge Black if that was his before adjournment, and I did contempt which her breakfast burned to a crisp. unnecessarily killing one's own kind. .
regular price for killing men, he elec. caused,, not from any disregard There are doubtless exceptions to this. Cannibalism Is ,recorded of, ,: '
:, trifled his hearers with the reply : not wish to inject question which may have been; shown the learned SENATOR PROCTOR GOES HENCE. zany species but Investigation shows that It 14 rare except In the lowest ;

4 "That was what Judge Hargts paid." would Consume additional time and Judge, but more probably from the forms, and among: creatures demoralized by domestication or captivity.;; Tho/ %.. j

f hazard the passage of Important leg. prospect of being kept for a long while Aged Vermont Statesman YUlds to higher the animals are, the more repugnant doe. cannibalism become. ,It la .

l CONGRESS OF MOTHERS slatlon.." from plundering and feasting uQOjt! ,the Grim Reaper In Washington seldom Indulged In except under dire stress of famine. Nothing but'' actual k

revenues! of South Carolina starvation Induced Nansen's dogs to eat the flash of their.comrades, although f'It
CALL FOR.LABOR COUNCIL!, United States Senator Redflold in disguised form. Experience shows that It is
'with : "I repeat again that I will use every was offeredto them a rqe-
i Begins Session .at Washington lawful means .-to aave the state from Proctor Vermont, died In Washington useless to bait a wolf trap with a part of a dead''wolf.. His kinlmen;, shun '
Many Nation. Taking Part. President Qompers of American afternoon after short 111- famished. .
,I ssued by pf-such plundering, and Wednesday a ; it In disgust, unless absolutely "
Women representing: nearly all thenations Federation.The the possibility pose following an attack of grip. He i Obviously no race can live by cannibalism and this Is Instinctively recognized s
.f" of the word! assembled in far-reaching character of the re.1 will proceed In the courts of the state was 77 years old. by all the higher animals. In other words, ,the. law against: murder ..
Washington Tetuday for a week's aea- to checkmate the liquor houses that them natural selection and so fully established that
Into by ,
cent decisions of the au pre!:.*" court) The senator had been confined to his been hammered '
f'alon'' to attend the International congress of the' United States aftpctlng I labor have fed upon the state whenever It room for about a week. Ills Illness 'not only will they abstain from preying on, one of their own tribe, but will d;:

of the welfare of the child under organizations has led President Gom- may be proper to do so any orders of' was diagnosed as grip, which later developed rally to rescue one whose life la threatened. The tact that there are exceptional : "
the auspices of the National Moth- the United States circuit court to the cases' does not disprove tbe'law among beasts any more than ,among
of into pleurisy pneumonia
pen of the American Federation '
contrary notwithstanding. me.Front'The Century.
he executive council',of the federation NINE CHINKS DOOMED TO DIE.. I.
y -- ---- ---------- '
,.. ..A +FILIPINOS NEGROES In Washington. March '18, "there, and EDDY DENOUNCED.
-- Conviction of "Hatchet Men"In TRY A SMILE When lit'doubt.. take optimism ,
Wholesale IN HARD LUCK :
consult and take such actions ..
then to
.Thls .Question May Result In Lively of the Boston Court. lev.' Dixon Declares Head _of Christian In the realm of the birds, the lark is ?ti
and merits
Debate In the House. the Importance I Warry Charles, one of the wealthiest Scientists la "Degenerate. Optimistic Club"of' America Guarantees the optimist, the! crow Is;:.the" pessimist. .
"' -
subject herein dealt with may be <' Why 114' crow I'' R
.. A heated debate over the lace question idered and determined! as-'setting 00'1 and most influential Chinamen, of Boston -' "She Is a degenerate woman. You to Cure Alt Troublea. : y'on'are'under' arealobtigatlon'tnevery
and eight of his countrymen, no- read her book' backward as well of clearing away the "
maybe; precipitated, In the house, he "pOaUlon\ and demands of labor Ran In the hope man on earth. -
a,. I were found guilty forward. You take a' stenographer which has apparently permeated '
when the military committee report t itorlons "hatchet men, aa can gloom, : There are more people dylag eq.'h f

., a bill to allow the president to. appoint i In the superior ,criminal court In in a lunatic asylum and write all parts ,of the United States owing day for the lack of a kind word'a *>at,
seven Filipinos to bo e'ducated.t, JAPAN MENACES CHINA, that city Saturday of murder hi the first just as good a book." These were to the combined efforts of the money on the back; and' a .littleencourigo- ?k
novel 1
4' the United State Military Academyat 1 degree for the killing of Jour China- the moat striking excerpts from Rev. stringency and the fonnde-i:grip a at BaitLake meat, than there are from ,disease' a

West Point. .It Is stated that the Trouble Over Seizure of Jap Vesselat men in Boat/on!/ August 2 of last year. A i. C. Dlxon's opening sermon at the' organization has\ been, of .
Utah for7 the purpose '
, measure will be vigorously: opposed by Strong Tension. i The murders for which the nine Chi tabernacle In Atlanta Thursday night, ICity. cheerful philosophy. It Revolutionary.Hou...

certain democrat, who Insist that Filipinos A special from Fekin, China saysWith : namen were, found guilty grew out of he first liulceof the Bibb confer dispensing Is. failed "Tb" Optimistic Club of One of the oldest dwelling houses t lA'

'f 'are negroes' and abou'd! not be the Japanese southern squadron' a long standing feud between the Hip- 'f'n'Cthl' speaker referring! to Mrs. America; President Roosevelt Cab- Dauphlnnty" ,'' that antedate the

; admitted to the West-Point 'academyfor on the way. to'Canton And danger ot Sln .T9n. and the On-Leong-Tong vial Eddy. bead; of Christian 8cler.ce.: Inet'Unbters, and tbo Governors of Revolutionary:.war, period, and Is still '

this and other good reasons. aa armed clash with: Cue Uucaoo grow \ Chinese societies. every State In the Union bave been standing Is a tone house, on the! farm, ?
log hourly more 1mm*cut China Is COAST LINE 'SETTLES: TROUBLE. Invllpd to become. honorary members. owned bf.Samuel Moyer, a brother ot
CONFESSIONaw wavering between national 'pride and PROHI8 AFTER: LOUISIANA. - Charles A. Qu:Eley, Vice Prealdent Gabriel Moyer of Mount :Joy and tenanted

fear of war. which might mean, disintegration -- Wage Scale Satisfactory to All Partiesat of the Studebaker Urothors. basbeel! by Ellas Wblsler,-one> mile from
Interest;: Agreed Upon. President, and It U the deelro Derry church. 'Tte inscription cut
Trusty Now Denies Story Regarding ot the empire.; 'Program of Antl-Boore Campaign Out. elected! on
Escape of' Prisoners.: ",WUI'Japan has. been assuring the lined by Leagues The general committee of r justm"nt 6f-tha organization to four.a' a chapter- tbe cornerstone.tella that the building( J ,

''Joe Williams the. trusty:at'the Fulton '. >ecldent she .had' no thought of lightIng ,Announcement of the program of a* of the Brotherhood of Locomotive $n- f'Qevery hamlet village. town,, or, waa'e..ected Ia,1T6Sby maaoq' .Charles Clay.
; Line city In the United-States. and that the :work was done byJohn
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county jail.,In ,Atlanta 'w o soma over 'th ..Tatsu Maniyet she'basmade campaign to, bring about prohibition, ilneers on the systent In Here in somd of the philosophy; Pike.' Although the boy ao..baa >-

time"ago" made',a' confession'in;which it clear that, fore will bused la Louisiana when the legislature adjourned Hi biennial, sessions I sent out by the clnbiA ', .- been standing ,,for-a",century, 'and :a'

', ,"' 't' e' told','ot the escape of,;:Harper'\and it *the' Chinese: "government', ', meets 'next Way; Was made by the Wilmington. N. O. Saturday, at which smile Is potential magnetic and. belt In good condition! and' bld$,

d "' itorton., Implicating Jailer BroWn,.. Baytig ., alit td'detying'| '' and disregarding Louisiana I State, Anti-Saloon League ncldentally, was also taken up the pro- dispels trouble fair to stand for'' another ctntury.Fhlidelphla .-*- N

-', != that 'ajArlbe ,had figured, In 'the klo's! foreign'offlca: demenads; -' .per-I'The: league expects: the :backing, of posed reduction In the wage !rcale.Teengineers Hard-luck stories" are like overdue- Record; ,< ,:I

fo'k, transaction,,makes ,another*'ctatemanl the, tortes ,which''' have carried three stated ,that the conferences notes ."1 _

;;. ;;.ID"whICh, .absolutely'repudiates, \ nil A woman:always ,means what other southern,, states for prohibition with the railroad official were entirey - Shake bands as meant' it, /4i Inch of rainfall rejtrscoatfl' ,..

.y.'" I,1ty" . f"a1OD." JI'd j}: meant.,to, saylf ah."dcMs'ift,'amy *) wi,bin a year satisfactory.,.. and. mule. I fj'r. tons ofntaterldth'oacts.M. : 0'4 ..'g

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.1 Ik JfestaaecrUBUBBKD i\\t1\\ y 'GntUi, j BARGAINS ,AT CASH STORE i


Office in Valley Gazette Building :i Calico\\ ;"x5.per yd. Pictures and'' .Picture. Frames, 2!'>o : SPRINGGOODS"

friMiMMrg 06CEOLA COUNTY FLA.. bite Lawn, 40 In. wide, 150: per jd. to SSc. -

Lace,' 51 In. wide worth .20c,:.sells' .1 Spool Thread at 4o,

W. M. HARRIS Editor sad Prop'rf ': t. I IV:. .
Union Suits 11.00.
Ladles' at
, ,, .. ._'_ !
n i SUBSCRIPTION- i I. RATES" -;::- ., Casslmere' Pants, worth t2.60, .sellat Good Door Lock with two Ueys.20c.DNIce . : :

0.---......,. .. .. .. tl GII ri111,4'r I tl.75. :
0__._* montk..,... ..... IIa Pin Strip Pants, worthLF0>, tell at :: Suit Clothe worth alt, at t .10 I : :
,i OB*oop.three meiithi.tared ... ... . .... III j iI
11.00. '., . (Sne-!gallon! Coffee Pots, go at ISo ?

...All. _aeaiBvnleaUene._ . Mnu.t b.MPt".u-iwnH Jeans Pants worth 'J.7A. sell at New Dress Goods from 15 to 25o. .
i im.tur, will not be returned unlm.far. ?: 'r rCOr I tl.23. v. .. .
.as''" .. ._ vr pL.e e -

at the PeataffiM; X"Mlmm.e 1.1 ; I
..........-1--, You will find argains in Shoes !
line te'Viih :
= :: ==- -= Our almost coirrpl
Friday, Mardi 13: 19O7( :, Paint: and PaperImprove Every Day in the Week. . 4 t
I I.: t ' Calicoes

o and .yourliouse., \ Ginghams. Val
I will! Iw pleased to bring my 1007 ..
The': "Wet" or "Dry" Cam laD, ample l"i.ok>. 'to your house and Lawns. \Yriiite Goods Etc.
make any niiirgtstlon In the latest '. ,
campaign cloned with the .
The whlcji desire.
lecorul lon "thll.'ou} may .
election last Monday, and resulted In Drop tUft a card and ,1 will cheer. C. A, 4FAUON / JOHN M. LEI N. B. CARSON:: the"

y' an overwhelming!! victory for the! fully furnish oiMlumte* on. paper .....a.." "v.c..P.......... Casfcler.:: The early buyer gets .
'. of the hardest fougbl and painting J : J T"" : : : :
try, was one
and' most closel* contested elections State Bank of Kissimmee. best He e

ever held (In Oxoeola county. I I A.ORLANDO. BAR1E tjori'i'} !
OREE ( Kissimm Fla. C
While the best>of good humor ha* I ., \ ;
throughout, both tides have .... --- \ "', I'';.}' r
FLORIDA.. PAID IP CAPITAL.:: ..... I 110 ooo'oo : ',
+ worked and earnestly ur e- Valinjn
dlllfrently Y/turrt.1'tn' llClllttoIt! ::
cure the victory, and the result can .
SECURITY:: : too ooo oo
only be Interpreted a. an honest, ex* ..
ITo - ----
Booze ,
Goodbye. I .
of the
Tpresslon bv a J large majority .
: Prompt and Careful Attention given to 01 Matters ntrunted -
voters' theeounty against tlin o4n; the grand and"jflorl ul army of to ton Hxchant| good at all point at cheapest 4 .
saloon prohibition, wearer" of the white 1'lh.1 rate '

While the- Valley Gazette hat bon, the emblem of purity. these, I YOUR! ,BUSJLPESS!! ) SOLICITED. 4KATZl
greeting J .,
'worked zealously l for the cause of.prohibition We have had/a/, glorious victory at I.

{ we have nothing but the KUsiuimee. life'"Kinerald; : City of the I j
kindest of feeling for those who differed I'J o.ln.," where King John and all his I I

us'. We hat thoso hums were put to rout. J _. -. -,- - -.-- --.- -- l Ix .. t
with believe native - -- -------- -- ------ --- - ----
Rejoice with UII, all ye sons I
of out' local Citizens' who were on the of the Southland that we have "J.KilecJ "V'' '+I' +7"'tP'' 11'1"4',", i' .Y' "te d"'t'Vr'v'> .Jr'1f'aU'"P"V''' aeY 'tR' . --
wet side honestly believed! they were through the trying ordeal of a "we
working and voting{ for the heat In. "I' dry" election, and may now each I NORTH K1SSSIMMEE. PHONE NO. 8 iOt SOtldYlsiOtYOrifiti0t10t10tiOt30t 7plOtXltI0t10t
one resuitu his avocation without a c. A. CARSON. J. A. CHANFOKD, 8. L. LUPFER,
Jtrest tif our county, and! that theirCause .
qualm Tor two years metes.Great e.utrnt Vlcr-Prmililant. Soeratuy.
the sentiment of a 'uM that they I !
represented l Is the hope within
majority of the voters. realization of the blessings of- peace!' t C. W. Griffin t

; We know of absolutely no reason may be ours henceforth forever."Let"onward" i

X why there should be hard feelings on let, prohibition bs our Tai our battle watchword cry .and 6. 'I KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO. rM

either side. If ever there was it fair let the white ribbon l*> our shleld" RFanc '" + Family Groceries ,
'Held and an open light in thincounty and talisman, while even on the Ixir- )
derlands of'the strongholds of King *
4 the campaign Juki closed was one: .
John Barleycorn :Do Fresh Meats.
'r Mo Influence, legitimate .
except arguemeat Come On. my noble comrades, of this
was used by either side and awe < gloriousi sunny South !>>t us Rough and Dressed
laid before the result ran only betaken the demon forever from' his xt'1'01lt.1 B; D.'i.tery. KVHI"\ Day at any llour Patronage! Solid tIS

as an honest expressl the hold throughout this fair domain fcJV .fir ab .1r .r "A . ,...jsfW jsfWjAf. >rVxsftsT: tte jsflxjA.'isyw" .1. 6,...
sentiment of the votert. Il.I L. ROHKIITS.:
.__. Pine Lumber. .
And now that the election Is over I ----- --- -- -
and this question Is settled for at .
least two years. let all'forjrel our differences . remember that the next time MJU I
apd work for the enforcement suffer from Ialn-callltpcl bv damp
', of thejaw and the upbuilding*Of the weather when your head nearly
best county In the State of Florida. I bursts from nem'ahela-t.ry Bollard' I
pThe I Snow Liniment. It will cure .vou. A HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY'

The Campaign. prominent business; ,man of Hemp. )OQOCOIMCOCCCOOOQ: D oc
I stead Teas writes! : "I have usedyourtilniment. 3
Tropical Breeze: of Fort Myers Previous to using It 0
sixes up tlin politics) situation'' as follows ]- I was a great sufferer from rheumatism .
: and neuralgia lam 1>
Silently and 'unobserved by the pub. say that now I am free from these

lie, two of the fiercest political battles complaints. I am sure I owe this to NEW SPRING
thatFlorlda ever witness quietly your liniment." Sold bv Hober on'l
going on.' We refer to the guberua. Pharmacy, Florida. Midwinter Exposition Now Open.

tonal and senatorial race. The candidate -
p for these ontcea are every one NOTICE. Palace of Inductry, showing the Industries of Florida Japanese Bazaar, .
Vlllaire. Streets of Cairo the Bests Bands in the United -
carrying on a thorough 'still bunt"eampalirn ,
To the tax ofOsceolaCountyI :
I-# to: "place' the political will be at payers the different precinct on (State, Special Features Every Day. Free Acts, Firework*.

leaders of every county and preclne'. the dates mentioned below, and trust' Admission 25 Ceuts. Low Rates on All Railroad
This campaigning "on the quiet" has
that you may meet me and return your
been so intense and thorough that property. 'II of Importance to you GOObSc.M
when the campaign does break'out It AS well a. to me. .
will like a fire.
spread prairie
Shingle Crk Prot.No. 2,1 day Mob 3CampbellPrec't. .
In toe senatorial. race Hon. W. U.
.No. 3 1 Mob 4
Lamar, Senator W. J. Bryan and D. day 1115 jFROMJHE! .
No. 4 1 Moo 8Crab
U. Fletcher, assisted by their respectLive PeghornPrecinct day ,
Grass Prct No.5, 1 day, Mch 10< 11Y NOW
friends and supporters, have beencanvassing OPEN r
WhlttlerPrecinct No. 6, 1 day, Mch 1Baaslnger I "
the state systematical ilf 35.000 "' ,"
from Key West to Pensacola, and we Preo't No. 7, 1 day, Mch 1Narcoossee y", . xlry, ,zi
$ ,.
'v y : :
suspect that either one of these gentle- Pr'ct No.. 8, 1 day, Mch 20. AT MANUFACTURERS' COST ", . ..* ....i. ** ., ":
Kltslmmee Pr'ct No. 1 bal of month.,1NO.
,,men could tell how two-thirds of the '1
most InJluC'nt.1al"men! In ea h county L, OVERSTRKET. i H.: G*' S .T A N F 0 R'D ;, C O.C
stand on the ,senatorial rape. Mr. t Tax Assessor *Ht*IS A UUiaC aID CAMC: S'AT sins Seem ItOOttUooca .
Fletcher and his friends,are doing the of OsceolaCo __ .....,. .
C hardest work but we are of This opinion : - Roosevelt'a --
Alice Wedding ___
that Senator Bryan has a good lead tea M1aan.
over him, which will make Uryau the wai Something to be reooreed In the d*
lead Ing candidate In the drat primary, annals of history Herblne has been FLORIDA CHAIR FACTORY WKHtiA twW 'H'H'M'H'N'KNMMIAH'H'NM NMM1'N'H$ r"

,while.Fletcher will have to exert every acknowledged the greatest of liver! I i,
< news*
energy If he beats .Lamar for second regulator I A positive cure for bilious nLLS." i A. CARSON Pre.ld.til' N. C.:: BRYAN, ,$ "
choice In the first primary. We do headache*,, constipation, chill i >
"not pretend to predict that Hryan will and fever! and all liver complaints. I .' -- .-- .-. _. -- - T EC: :E: '>
lead In the first primary; but we.say T..C. Smith, Little' Rock Aj-k.; writes: i (
thathi.ehanoes look better Ofe "Herblne U the greatest liver medicine
T. J.L. Brown and Juo. "H,. Beard ouras areA known. Have used it tor years.It CITY BARBER SHOP, Benedicta"A i Waters & Carson |I *
In this 'race, but we hardly think. U does the work," Sold by Ttober- Grocery Co.
worth while to consider them on's Pharmacy.

The gubernatorial race is provjplr Now Open for Business" WOMAN'S MEDIONE" i I i -----w'holeseleaadRetail' rte '
equally ss Interesting The canal-
dates for this office' have not been in 1 Old Stand. xox

''sleeping. Albert Ol1o'.-.rlll. and his PAINTING NEW CHAUl, I
friends have been doing some of the :
hardest and most systematic campaigning NEW ItAY..onsEW YOU U'ER'lb.' 111* of wo o nlioo DO
ever carried on in Florida. as so many; wooaett do suffer P Do you
Ullchrist.. and his friends realize that RVJCRYTHINO: ... want to .... well Without tb.n.c,..lty COUNTY AOBNTB FOR
they have one'of the hardest propositions I. j I of palnfal zamlaatlons and emtmrrasitngeonsultatlons '
ever tackled In Florida politicsto 1, ...Satisfaction Guaranteed.. T' Do ;you want to tak a : itaY 1 C.UA1'ES'fOUAIX
IC tiat d Frlillz
beat John Stockton for Governor, remedy right Info ;year bom aatl cur. I rs I .

stones and they unturned.are, therefore, leaving. no C3W MO PA'?. 'oa...."t :1 ETC. '

Don't discount Jeff Browne In this BENCDICTAl r Clrciltr sad Price. A
for Fr.l ked o. Appllc."(... k }
race Browne governor Is a smarter man than Oil, If are thinking of ,a "Woman's Medicine." A Dr.waptbnof /
you DR. LESLIE W, WEEDON a pbyplclan; who mad the study of rouil .-
he Is better and
Christ; a more experienced nls specialty. It was used
campaigner than Gllchrtst and sucaufuUybyblm; In bis prattle. It bas H.IDES J
be may yet contest with Stockton In having your house painted Specialist-Eye, Ear I been use e _..tully; by; thousands of FURS WOOLt:
the' second primary, Instead of Gllchrtst. .
Some well-Dosted men predict Nose and Throat...... women daring the many; years; sine Progresslre
j I _
physicians; bare also found It. a.
that Stockton will win In the first Ii Coux>, try .S ro a.-u.ce
primary <
.. a Specialty.ttuShrfhjeV .
but we hardly think so. We and. want a. nl"Ht-cl8.H8 job i operation.uabl. auutant when they; desired to avoid ,..,-:: .

believe this, however that practicallyeverything I, C ...F
'V'at ------------.
hat been accomplished for a reasonable price don'tfall Private Hosoital, American Na. I BCNCDICTA ...
GDcbrlst, except the speechmaking .
a 'and handshaking In other words he tional Bank Building Tampa. Is a _..table ....edr.; It ls Bud from j.i
Is as strong right now as he will be Florida. roots' berbs and barks known to possess *ja A. }:
May 19th, while Stockton has follow. toe ne me. properties which baT a wonderful carattT #
than Gil and tonic effect upon the female organs and
Ing aa
strong or atronsrer
Christ's, and he' hasn't done hardly nervous IT..... without. menttoalnc the : :
any active campaigning, and when he many forms of female troubles that women R. S. : ;
does "shell the wood" there -o- suffer,w*say; that there no trouble this .i Floyd 6t Co.
_f is no Rung\ bow fast the voters will W. L. W1MN, kind that ae....l.ts will not Immediately. re- ;

flock to his support. Browne Is somewhat Here,and. anally; cur.
rl4Yslc1AN A1'tP' ""ROItON.
of a campaigner himself and a* ,
we laid before, be may detract a great THEO. G. HOFFMAN BENED1CTA .
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deal of strength. from our Punta atrlend.t" --rmmmm a* a.MWaa. II prepared carefully; scientifically, and GROCERS ,
...........M. 'cum... = f
with tb*consciousness of the responsibility; '
4 The lines are surely drawn and - -' --- I IDR. I of giving to suffering women a remedy that ;; -. '

,when this campaign does break JOOI J. W. SIMPSON will not only be beneflcUl.: bat also harmlessla NBW .

,desperate It's going be.a quick fight and' a G. F KR I B'B.S, DKNTIST. j i I effects of,the no woman matter taking what may It. bs the condition 't," FPM NEW-' -, GOODS.- -_ 1 tJ,..:, f?

AT1:0": .Y.AT.LAW. It is sold at '1.00 per bottle, by;
} Free tuition free room rent,''and a Office over Oftceota Ph.rmecy',, Full Line of High Qrade
reduction In the I Fresh t'
regular race' of ''
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boardnor! will be given to Floridateachers Office. in the 'Court House-Kigimmee. .- OFFICE HOURS! \ 9.a.. m. t012 m.. Roberson's Pharmacy i. Family and Fancy Groceries .,' ;;,'
and prospective teachers Florida.. ;.30 to 6:30p) m:' FREE '. .1'
'while taring the review course in tbs Telephone No. 76 Jnn 5,. lyr.. K1SSIMMEE. . .DE.L1VBRV I .
FLA. .
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Normal) Department of Stetson University .toel.LedIa .
Del and Florida during the .Wlt.b' whom, will be the I. :: ?
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spring term beginning March 25th, trial, of causes the law flrno 'of Try the new barber shop. : b..ver7 : Use old news papers.. In your house': J Prices .tight ' : ; '
and continuing for a..period 'of nine MaMT.4Warlow, ; of thing.Aew and up-to-date. Sharp cleaningWa sell them at this office i 1."filRJmD ee. Fla.. :
'weeks.- Orlando clean] towels, first-class service. atZOooer hundred.. '* =-t
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:SupplementTlie, Klsslmmco Valley Gazette, March, 13,.:1908..

........................ following the cow trail\ :Iob.t'his nicer-I WIN

.i t.w.a opened. .frank Is his trusted assistant .
FROM WHITTIER. and the cattle look upon. bothas . time of heed.I t. g OSOEOL PHARMACY -
i If the present gran conditions g ,
x .1: Bv O. I.-O. could be rooUrened by a copious supply ,

+1t/ +IFd1 lei del s+11+INa..dV a of nature's honest beverage cow ,
pending would noon bo ihe order of ..
'The wet and dry"election U.a thing the day and the milk: and butter problem "
of the put and Whittier U la line with will soon be solved. to our satis S 8.
the "r"l.\. having/ given a major faction. ; Where 'G'et Prescriptions Correctly
Ity dry ticket. O. J. C. Eat drink: and be met'tj' Is tbft"Order Filled ,
took DO part to the c..a"u.II..11I1l of the day with moat of our cltlcens. J at Reasonable! Prices,. ,
.. arrived In Whittier on Friday night South Florida U-reoognUed as .
the easiest place In existence' live --
N"U before the election proceeded the : -
..ext: morning to bU home on Bull In. Work: when It suit jou. Idle as oa--
.I< reek and at the request of Mr. H II you please, there is always fume It mikes no difference w blank your Doctor writes.

..' Fertic, assumed that gentleman' po.Itlon means of procuring livelihood. We' his Prescription on, we can fill them;! correctly. "
:' at the ballot box and to ,ret have no tram,.." An occasional gentleman 0 We ", ,
maloed till tbe end of the da,. of leisure appears in our- are Agents for ELBA HOME REMEDIES, which -
The weather Is at present warm and midIS If honest be is all right, if not 7 are_ 'guaranteed.g .
dry This hap to a oertaln extent: ID- he 1* treated as becomes his character S
'terfered with active, farming vperatlonf. but all live on the bread produced
although where the woods hare by the sweat of another's face,, : FULL LINe"-OILE' ARTICLES.: $
been-burned a floe crop' of. young and our good n am, red citizens ."aDd'tbe .0. '
f grass !:., expense. :
Our assistant teacher, Prof. Alderman Preparations for our school exhibition : VVVVVVVVV YVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVeCMIL.
bas been seriously 111 for sometime are still the order of the day. .
and has been compelled to return Three weeks more of school and thenas '. .
to bin home at Baslnger. In the the boys say about Christmas.O. .I'
meantime obe of Wblttler's oust accomplished I. C. bad the pleasure during his =- "" """ ""'" "" '" =- ""'" ""
ladles Miss Martha absence from of 'spending' . ... .
young I Wlllttle"l : 1.4 .OH. II.NII: :., MAOM
TumkHn has -assumed charge of I two nights Iriend R. W. ..
lobe professor' department and U glving (Duck) Simmons at Ftogborn He was
universal aatlsfaetlon.' Ming M are Jointly the ....'- r, the Warrensand MACH' BROS.-
tba Is capable IndustrloHis and J.D..Il.t D.; N. Floyd, and while a guestof ,
llgent and while we sympathize with the former was aroused one nightor s
Prof. Alderman In hU misfortune we early morn by reports. of firearms :
.are rejoicing over the fact that 10 able which led him to believe that the Indians " I Livery Feed and Sale Stable.
l.t a substitute' has been found to succeed b..d' Indeed risen and. ,
attacked: the 'whites. but on,
him.Our ..wmUlI1 progressing slowly, looking: from the' window of the room: WOOD--DRAYINQ
"the supply of lumber on hand hardlY occupied it looked a*f If the entire, f *
supplying the Increasing'demand. world was afire but .a closer Investigation -' Everything sew and First-Class.. YTo will ,
f. Mr. Henry Savage le.building a new showed tb..,. Mr.Floyd. store
: Prompt and
Satisfactory Ser
kitchen which, when completed will was burning.But .'
nearly equal the original structure In time falls\ me, sod space for' vice Day or Right. All Kinds
: bids-. sotong.. O. I. C.
slie.Our heavy Hauling.AT .
) attention'was called to one of f ,.
the and most
grandest '
.*, ever witnessed, In an orange grove BEAM AIM'S OLD STAND. PHONS 113., .
. Tbe trees-on the Savage plantationare
Sfr literally covered with bloom and
blossoms and the perfume emeoatlog .
therefrom reminds. of the balm of .- -
4 a thousand flowers, and the future
'crop prospects are that this y ar's I f.' / aSciAcaAaalkeiu Ka aAc
yield will be an enormous one.' Many j 1 still found on the trees fjWT: : jfDi-i '.MouldiDg.
., and they excel: In sweetness and'flavor S '
any that we have before s a. .Ij 11. ... \
Our Democratic rooster Is at a loss AIl" Klnds 'of; Frames:
"- to conceive where the tadpole supply I .
has gone, but as the drys have left a : 'FUNERAL_ R E CTORmade_ to Older_i ,. ,JPrctrpt
o, limited supplv ot water in some places'
d he console .himself with. future prom- LICENSED EMBALMER;!: '
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attention Ohrcn to
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continue the Centerof I ,! ,
attract. doing a fine business. :order sent byar.ail: or-

Miss B-mlau's management of the J.. H. RAE AD ITT Also Nice.'Line of. Ladles and C : telegraph:
Hotel de Beulah is giving general satisfaction '. -
: ... Cents' feudal Robes. ,
and that.lady still retains ;- 4
her charming characteristics in entertaining . ;JEWLER.: AND -. '_ j Residence West"Side of"
guest and all recognise her PHONE:78. : Ccurt HcuseSgcare
ability to cater to the good, and welfare .' .' ell::
t of those who seek: the hospitality ; Ika ewe slae ewlc l6c Ac Ac>ac- C erllcei--.A e.
4 :of her bounteous board. C.ll'aae! see mv Line of Watches .. .'" . > }

.The real estate market somewhat .
depressed by the latest. reports) from ....
lobe seat of palmetto root. The cost Any:.article of Jewelry Promptly Ordered ... ..
'of clearing exceed the actual valueof ,,
land cleared. upon Request.BICYCLE
Isis rumored that our' friend Arch I
contemplates. a return to Whlttler SUNDRIES. )) :.>.:BRING .uS"'YQUR"'JOB ,PRINTING\;
We are prepared to accord him a! : .
hearty welcome. HI old place is on I .
the market and we would be clad to 1 .

,r-. him and his esteemed ladyand Osceola Comity .
,daughter. once more on Broadway -
among hose who -appreciate their I -
many excellent qualities.. Abstract Company BUDDED :TREES!
Moonlit night and Nutmeg Alley \
are assuming unusual proportions and
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the general Impression appears to exist : :r
wolves and the lambs ''S. H. BULLOCK.I'MANAOuR.
that the are Isles orth Nurseries.CHASE
., in communion and unexpected: results w '.
.Mill develop la the future. I, Real estateTitles r *' \ .
-f.,. sjThe belle of'Whittierstill retainsher examined: and reportec1'oDTax. CHASE> &|CO., PporRra'i'0B8. J.W. BOARD, AGENT' '
:f. : atltndo 'f f forbearance with all
,( > .. paid for non-resident
comers and ha not yet thrown herself Instrument relating to real estate'. .We will bare ready for next Fall and Winter planting general"
way on the unsophisticated. 'youthsof .carefully drawnCorrespondence assortment of Oran qs and Grapefruit Trees ot all leading Y arie
our country. 0 . '". ttas.' Out & budded on good healthy rough Lemon and '..
Miss M. and butT J.'are still languishing : Solicited Sour Orange roots, guaranteed free from Insects pests of any kind
,' around Hunters'. Paradise All budded from bearing trees in our groves and therefore true to
i ,feeding on the food that Cupids name.. Our facilities for growing nursery stock are second to'
'rides, trying to solve the problem of none and our trees are a* fine as money and twenty year's experience -
,future air bubbles. ejORhe 0" A.' E. DROUGHT ._ can produce. We are making a specialty this season of the .
..14.',brigade and shotgun divnion famous California Valencia Late which Is destined to become'the ;
disband about cocoa week but = greatest money-maker la Florida Our Valencia buds come direct ,
.the dew ,and, turkey are becoming -ACCOUNTANTAccounting ok .f. .I .' '" from the best bearing trees in the district DOW famous for producing .
snob depradators upon" the domain of Work ofxall hinds dour '' '. Valencia in California, -

',-1, ;- some oat people action that being necessity taken. calls for; j Collections"made. Taxes.Paid 'I' Write,for. Prices to J..W. HOARD, Ootba., Fla., or call and lee our-Nurseries

-;,:' Our friend Riley Godwin ,itstetill?: KI8SUOCKK, ., :. '.rr. osra at Waco on. Florida Midland, R. R.'i .. -'

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Our line IN the Inrgbst : aa D .OOOOOOCOOOOOMOOOOOOQ Qj) J 1I0aaOCIQOaoaO-lauao'aaQl1l: M

best and prettiest Fu rn it u r e t 1' .; : ',1:c}; lost Complete Line of Christmas Crockery DDCI=D a laa a DDIGC 0011.1 l.a '

over In Kfsslimuee and j ,1 'I.

arc 3IAHKED) LOW. Rockery of all ,kinds. Ever Displayed.i Kissimmee :

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. J' Book CasesSide' Boards .
R We have '
,r a beautiful assortment -
China ,. Closets Dining( ( + Fancy Silver ''Piece., Vases, Cup and o t

r 41 E S"U08I'1. Cake Plate. Berry and Water
Chairs, Pak Suites. Sets d..DI.he.-EI4''. Dont ,
Iron f t \ fall to
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iM We Carry Full) Line L,: zi' We have a complete line' of Doll/Doll t :'

,' __ Carriages, Rocking Horses, proms, 'I .
k ; Balls, Air Guns, Express W sou. IJIOEverything' 1a

ASpendlil" Line. 0" Rugs nnd.. )Inttlng'- at -Most. LINE OKV5 and.10 CENT TOYS. It I

o Prices. must be sold Regardless l tv
of Cost. Nothing; to be carried ove. _


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116 M&dlliiiiiDO' VdiiGUWUGbbCr Some oranges are stIU -- ,
oniing !In1 WtudAte'Tuoer. -
]and the ; '"Orlando.'Por ./ T'.c .. ".
Mr ( ; .A1
---- -- goetYnerrll.v Leonard Wilam)! =
on. ( f !>> ighman. -1 For
TELEPHONE NO. 1 I Bicycles, Slianlbarger.! Orlando. .; spent Monday In town and ren ANNOUNCEMENT9.o i CorwtY4otanlassorir Diorite. ...
Mr. dared. ---- 0 N 0 I.TothaDamoeraMoVotoMofOaoaolaCoaatyi.
and variant
-. 11.'l Mr. U. D. Fuller up \i- service In helping 1 Fn.'M..h.U i '
from Lakesi'defrovee.pending stew The Fay Stocking for children roll up a stood majority for the "drv" and CollectorI : J
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY days In town, lad let nt Stanford Co.Spring : . .and orcee. IwMfar nitoane mywlf s ecndklat (or th I Uctdd* aolleitatioa of ray many frtanda I hari
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offlo of City Mcntwlt Slid. Tax ColUetor to *adldate far tb.County. c_... '
If "you A! '1' _
--JlYw. need In man named Tompkins who, alonarforDlatriet ...... .
Goods anything Winter! > Mllllnerv On nnr| at Mr,. torrnvrlv {lived ollclt the upport of, the wan of kIMlm_. Hu. L aad t shall *pprelato ..-
8. HARPiIe. you save from 21.0 50 per PillA;'. next Monday,.March 10th. who had at Ashtoo Station, but U, B. WOODALUCAt th*aupport of tha _.. vt this dlotrivt at' .
Cent at Stanford Co. recently been employed as th*Mmlmr IXmrnratte May ..
,===-::=.-::::. Good j Prinwry.Ior >
-- a woods rider {
second-hand watches by Naval the Mllelutkn .
See a Stores firm of lrtendt
all tho at muy h.nby.o
new 1 I' IL
styles and I very I. LEE IS. w
shapes In low .
OFFICIAL WEATHER REPORT.T Millinery at. Mrs. PIley's) prine! j. U.nEDDI1'T. operating near Perry in ,Taylor noun*n>r.,}t. cmmAMiti for at City -
. Openjng next Spring county was killed at that place by a Marahaland Tax ColUetor UM .tows'of KtoupprowhlAB Couaty"i.
T" tmp rtur for w..k ndlD. Thum. Monday.O.uln Syrup of White Pjne) and Tar l.r
d.,. :'\I..h J21M remedy that will" Is a I negro last Saturday and the remains, .m.-Cltratta Uctiofi.. March ,11o:3.; '
.. Rdmonson will call for your positively cure! shipped here and inferred In Rose- 18.'1110'Ir, .""'ted. I pramlM\ faithful dtoehuv. .I her by announoa myatlf -A oPo!
'"'-- coughs and cold.. aa a aandloat o
: R. ; laundry. Please have the change for For'aafe at KIsslmmee hill cemetery on Monday. We. learn of the duttw of th.......I '- f.O. HODGES.' County o..nm...>ton.foot for1 .to ;'
tMax.. Min, I' r.u' him on delivery of the .same if. Drug:..Co. ? si.tfMr by private advices that some of the \ .ubUet loth*actloa, th* Damoaratl No. Twe (t) 'i .

---.- ...,.-- -- Try Klsftimmee' Drug Co'.. LIUle JV.. Seymour, of Ojug Fla., negroes on the place bad gotten into a For 5ito...",. Ia .M .... la...,..1....' Primary ( '
Catharlc Granule for Constipation Is her I on a short visit to his daugh-, row over a game of craps, when E.u P. ;;
1"JidDI"" 'Ni 1.8 Torold Liver and ter.'MrsW.! . R. Harris. Mr. mpkns! went out to quiet them. Ib.robyausouuamyWtaeandMaaor tb'oaa ovcrtaTRjirr. .
Saturday Mol ftturdar BlHf Sey or fihwlff. nkjuet' to the' Sutton of the .
mour has One of. the For
at.RJ. ,.. FOR SAUB-A good young a crop Vegetables. planted negroes, without provo Dee'ocrati. County Comnlaaloaer District eo
milk cow at Ojus, and after the canon puiled-a revolver and .. rrliusrv.UBO. ,
t: fresh with, first calf season !I.- over fired "" 'OVEkIfl-RIKT 0.3.. J. i,
It at him '
six .
Wedn-., u toiT ,.n. P. OUTLAW. probable that he and his family!) times, only one ball ( 'To. th*Domooratia Yours of Oaoaola County: )"
113 6t J. i will return to Klsslmmee.Mr taking effect, and .that right in the For State Senator, Baring ooeidad. to rand for
rr.dsy S. Straiten has one of the center of the breast a*
finest J. : causing almost "To County
--- thoroughbred stallions R. A. Vaughn who for two Instant death. The* the Democratic Voter of Orange Onmmlaalonar for' Dtatrtot Nambar. ., I
..: --.-.- --; :, to t this courser See. ad,. In this. (I.. .> of months her brother bat been family. and Tojnpklos' emnloer.lIave murderer escaped offered and'Oaceola Counties:' .. daalratoUmnliBiyfiiaada. for paat'support sad
sue. Orr-Wynn!!, left for her C300 reward I hereby announce that T will beta napantfuUyaoHcMtlMvoteaef tIM p*.>k>of my
vsrtTnc home In St. LQII Is Mo. for his capture, candidate dlatrlet at .....
Mr. Tuesday. On . . at ..thacoming Democratic oomln May Primary..B. ,
'r Morrlion ato'the Opera House, her way she will atop long enough to ", primary for re-nomtaatlon a* State ".. .jmtATTON.
the agency for the White Sewing visit St. Augustine, and to The Cow fluisance.: Senator: for the IDLh Senatorial For .:
LOCAL FiE o.Dwelling. Machine. BM her and spend Dis ..(ousJy .:...._ .., DlatrlotAttbaHoHattaof
get prices before some weeks .
,with her daughters who Last Frld.-rDopoIDII' trict of Florida composed of Orange
buying machine. reside in : In North Klaimmee I 1'tfr.I'' !, ..
Birmingham Alabama. and Onoeola Qountles.Louis.
I j The Home Store,. J, W."a'er. New barber shop at Patrick'* old cow,. ,'. whileIn a usually an gantl milk .C. M 8 EY: ..,*f,4.,,.:. b4-.b, is.ammo. -

"""" _..., opened Monday In the Bear stand. Service by a tonsonlal artist humor which-jutt, preceded the birth alonor/rom. mpvoKs.a.dlauJotds.qf7kmmW.......... 1
den building with a f'lJlllne of ftirnl- conversant with all the latest fadsIn, 'of her: calf, attacked, and knocked For State Attorney.I M* .and {V eatotod. pladm. :

', for rent, apply to M. Lure, and fancy rood. .barberln '. tf. down and in' all- propabillty fatally b.rbr ...__ tmf .....idu' for nomination ,faithful 41reare..tth.d.Ur.f tha efflaaj. ." 1 S.

Tiller. Marshal P. C Hodges'. announcement The GOlf tax of 91.00 each for all I Injured. an..old lady to a neond tarn of the affloaof Btata A_ w KLMCT K. BAM.

Cut prices on woolen goods atStan-- as a candidate for m-electldn to canines kept within! the city limlte was This U aa oocuranoe which is liable Day In and for UM Smmtli Jodklal I his office will due the flrrt of March to happen v6 any perioo in Florida aaWH to the daoMon of tb. Damoemttaprlmariaa ,leo. "
!''or/l/ Co.Orders. present be found in our but as yet very ; Klsslmee .. II, -r
few avt { to ba .haM oa Mop t., 1-. aiM n.
announcement"column this week. ,, have .secured tags., The liar time. It Main to ) noeratl e Volts of Owoihi '
for tailor made'iulu. : at the FOR SALK.-I have for sale nix good clerk has the taga and la ready to The ownerof chit cow,who la one -....with MM srimlntetrattoii af this moat.tat, jl baraby..awn.n ......., for rafBomhatUaa'as County : ,

Cash Store. homes. which roust be supply them and Marehklbodge l, a of our very beat citizens regrets the portantoMoa by th e poopta, 1 win M I kara aW County OomrnkvloiMr" for Dtatrlct Numbers. '
disposed of .. aa4 E:"ery' preclpc n'; the cooper went and will go at a sacrifice.n rays if you don't get the tags he will ooaurancedeep) ; and ;hat already war striven a d paifum. my duty bnpartlaUyand hall dlaulot.and approclat th.* support of mi .
drv ' ' '" ret your dogs. So::; If have sacrificed the cow and tier young calf. fcarlMaly. f or the. bare' IMaraM of the _... daaira to thuok my frioSafor:
; ; J. W y'MILLER. you a 'Bow would JOHN C. fuA.aupport. and If.......... wf I Las.
its you like JONES.
to w be dutioa /
( up YOU, theowner o my onto to the baat .
Engineerland: 060.:,Jj! Parker of.LakP. Mr, Sprague and wife of Scranton of S I tIN
a cow which should .WOeeaolac..n" .
Send: do a uhatntng) ? .. J. I N, A .
spent Monday &here Pa.',; who have been your CflIJ..nt cuffs and shirts For Tax Collector.To p
wi'th. .the wintering at Sea to the White Laundry. How would you Ube for..your mother r.-...;7..... '. r i
bome folks ': ." ..! breeze came overveeterdar' In ,their!! BdmODdson-wIll Star Qulnn wife or child to be thus injured? the DamorraUa Votar of 0.Countrl For Metnberbckool. BoardDlatrMt ", .

Prof. C. E. Wade, the piano tuner Franklin. t.ourtDacar'. and spent the) ages If you will notify call for-him.your pack It is a fact that such occurenoe*la I announoa.. .. ..., a candidate. for..........natlon 1'0. I.. ,' .", .
47-tf .-.- -
of Orlando wag In town on business day in town ..4, ' liable to happen at any time. and if j.x uotwcwr Ln uouncjr. auDjoev .o uiaaqlloa J At th -BolleltatoM of my" frindaf"Itr ob i, t
Mr: *. .
Wjpnesday.SIM Miss Matte} Bandy Is n. Reynolds, of Hagera- we desire safety, It : of the DaaueraUc primary. 1 'wlah noun myself s' 1.
:: .. now ,expect can be achieved to a aandMata to auriaid. my..* '
Mabel. Parker and her.. little ing the arrival of her stock of mil add town, Ind., woo ]lent such valuable only by keeping the cattle ,off thee thank the ......' for tbolr paat aupport,and will ..-.... af the School. Hoard"'orbIatriet No.aa V a k
elMer Elizabeth, spent Tuesday with linery by every train, and will be to cause of prohibition In nth streets or by the women and children vary mash appraelata' thalr vota .In the Primaryof Sublet to the action of tha- .......tIa Primary .

friends In Orlando. ready' forher "Spring Opening" I In recent and eloquent campaign- his enthusiastic. themselr staring In their owq. May loth, 1110$. 'Vary wpaetf ully, to b*. bald May 1*. I*'lIt, alaettd. I .......* a .
about two weeks. speeches. left Wed homes. A CITIZKN..' CHA& I*. BANDY, falthfaldhMharraof. 'utr.
We have a full line of School nesday for his home.. Mr. my W. C BA88.
Reynolds : _
stationery and supplies at low prices.. Our spring book of 'samples. for spent several weeks here and made Important For'cosiaty '' -1'

At the Home I Store._ men. made U> measure garments, la I many.warm friends who hope to see I Decision.An . I .horaby aaBoune mywlf M eaadldata for ra." Por Tax, Aaaaaaor,

"Suesine silks" ao extensively( ) advertised reD etAt with all the new.things, come him In mil*'mldftt aoaln? next wintAr.! important ruling was made by nomlnattontotiMoirUoof' County oJ.....and Ibo Thanking. myfrionda. for,their pant support*! '

la all the leading period- early ana get a goon sei riun.. Mr. C. Could 'Weld/ and /his> mother; Judge Jones this week In the case, of offidojudca. of.thaCouBtyCourt at the Damon, 'baroby ..--.,..., a *aadUdat. for ra-Ma..' :0,

Scat &on sale at Kate's. KATI'S.Vlss who are regular. winter residents the United Land Co; vs. the Trustees _tie PHmary to ba bold oa'rha 19tb day of...,. Inauan to th*offio* of 'Tax Ar..r of Oaaaola .

You should call and Howe, the popular milliner, Mt. Dora, came over at of the Internal Improvement Fund A. D. IM and In dolnc ao aarnaatly raquaat tha' c-atr"Jaet; to the aathm of th. Danoaratl n
the Rattan yesterday 1 In
goods see Is again In charge of the (rimming their Pope Toledo This cats was brought about a year Support of all or my fallow cltUma. and I aoaaaui Primary to babaM. May .* 1Mb. IMS. .UMoetoa
we have just opeaed up, department of Mrs. Plllay'a Millinery spent a short time touring-car looking! and ago to recover 360.OOO acre of land *than that If I raoala tha nxtcnlnattoa and. t will d.....*...t1aa dutieoo of..... dens. ..........

HOME STORE .tore, and will he plased to see all of town They left MUi Dora at around I in Dade county claimed by the Com- aUcUon I will tat tha future, a>In the_to davota put,10 the"past of my ability.. '

Dr. and Mrs. K. P. Moore of the ladle. of the town at the Openingnext to nine stopped awhile In Orlando quarter paoy.i! Judge Jones's ruling was up allot my tlmaand ananry W tha. baat tn__of 3. U. OVEMTftBBT.8a .

Macon, Ga., on a visit to :Monday, and arrived here at a quarter to on the demurrer: of the Trustees to the the county la aoaordanea win .... *I For t'
tbelr 12.
beautiful daughter Mrs. C.' M... rlttaln..A Miss. Mattle Bandy returned home The distance Is about 60 miles, Company...------ -_bill. -.of. complaint.. Theuttumrror . W. L JOHNSTON.For .. ) '" ae-_.., ....WMr.for tM.A..of .
assortment of the new from Atlanta, Wednesday afternoon wa. nieu oy Ex.OoverDor
tit our announcement column this W.8. Sboriir. ., Otiinla Count* auUot to tba prnnacraMo .
laces, Filet J'eDnlnaCoudeel Supervisor of Registration
Cuny.| Valenciennes etc. at to make] preparations for the reception week will be found the for the : PHrnary. It .1' .
,.t' KATZ'S. names Qf the Trustee, and raised a number' of To tb*Domoaratl Votora of I Bromm* th* ant '
of her millinery stock, which la following candidates who have Oaaaobi Countyr .arrio. .., wblab am : "
.. Flofa'belfl'l'l *6 patent Odor arecue expected now at any time. out since our last Issue For come legal points regarding the status I .._ -myaalf! for ro-nomlnaUon' to s11sMG A .
: Supervisor of the Internal F. PBXTATT.: .
Improvement tha of .
cOl'rect..tbIDW as to 'siyie, comiorc q Mr. J. B. Tumblin, 01 WhittIer, who '' of Registration, A. J. Booth the Funand d offioa Suarvlaor of RnirMaatioB for Oaoaola ,
etc. Found ; liability of the Trustee! for County I thank f.....far I
at H. C. Stanford. Co. has represented his district on both (op County Commissioner, Dlat. ,No. specific performance my past favor andaollcfe '
of .
'oolv. the Board of County Commlsaionerland i, Jno. H. Baladen drainage con thalr hoarty aupport to th* approaehlnsr
and Elmer
R. tracts- .
Nor hrst-class work patronize the School Board, and is one the Bass; for County Commissioner, Dlst. subject que.tloD'bat.of general have been the May Primary. Very rmpoatfully; The Perfect
discussion .
White Star Laundry. Qulno Edmond- county's very bent citizens. was ,1 in No. 2, E. L. Overstreet. the State during the vast> throughout eight -i. A. LANCESTER.: : Waj::!

lion will call for and deliver your town lefl rda,. Mrs. W. B. nigdon, who has been year, ever since Mr. Jennings became I ant a candldato for tba offlo of Buparvlaor atRadatraUon "

paekaeea. 47-tf There will be a matter of great importance spending few day. here '' 1th her Governor and Inaugurated/ the for OalMla Meaty and .elicit th* .

Mrs. R. L.Holmesof Wichita Kan to come before the membership parents, Mr. and'Mr'. J. A, Bandy policy of repudiating all contracts .upport of tb*.voter* ki' the -.-....*;. sri.WV. Score of Florida CI'lae.

.ai4-la visiting the family of Dr. of the Baptist. church next Sunday I returned_ to her. borne at .Gainesville AW1 the A.1, BOOTH. I >.' ,H.rl.vane4'it. ..

Wine{ her brother, and Is greatly. de morning, and the pastor request. 1 any DJjn1. ..11-a. .....per. or. AI..bama, The demurrer 'was argued upon th
lighted with Florida. a full attendance It is hoped that no who spent the winter herd with her brief last October and Judge Jones For Clark of the Circuit Court. If suffer from backavuhe .
I you t
I one will stay awaw unless providentially '' brother, Mr. J. A. Bandy returned baa bad. the case under advisement To t.1M Dam crad.Voton*f OooaoU CouBUnrtBalnea ,. d
! of Ui Rrp! Wlllson Jr. reports the sale hindered. home with Mrs:' Hagdon and will ever sine*. The result i I. a decided candidate for tbt offlea of Clark of the There I I. only one nay to cure It.

by the Manltouft rrHouse property ownd.I FoR SALE-Several.Woroughbred ;. visit. her awhile. before returning to victory for the Company so far a* tbe Omit Court. at th* Doatocratlc ba The perfect. way, U. .to cure .the) kidney ". '
Co. Morgasre, & InventSaMBt registered young, Jersey bull. These Alabama law point are concerned Trustees bald I.X..,. I will araatly._I.ts. tb*support *. r' .. 'S
to tha W.
B. Maklnson Co.fMayon.T bulls from the famous Miller I FoR BALK. nay possibly direct of th* Boapta of Oaaaola County. Having foraathB bad
|*- are ASibley Young RhodeIslandRed appeal from the A back means sick kidneys.. .
M/Murphy,. Clerk of the order ..... umplii the poaMoB Daputy .-
Jersey stock. Price very low hens, all laying, '1.00 each In ever ruling the demurrer ,
1 Court, E. L. Lesley and Messrs. Qeo. account\ surplus of bulls. Address lots from one to forty. \ to the Supreme court. C1ark.r I ,*.. that tern faAy _..-& 55.... Neglect It, urinary" U-oubtes follow. I v

I T.' Singletary and R. T. Butler have UNITED LAND Co.. C. H. MURPHY.Mrs. Messers. Bryan &: Bryan and P. A.. .bars.the duttaa of the *nV*to tba aatlaf actloaoftbapvbUa. Doan'. Kidney' Pills are,made' for r

gone to Ureen Spring to test tbe KLssimmee, Fla. Lucinda Bearded Van Agnew are counsel for the Company .ARi'EU. R PONEOAN. kidney only. .m ' ;'"" ' '
I healtb former
>gU lug properties of that Aster. resident a ,. . ...... S. B.. Lemon, 'clll&l'rnaker.,1hID, '"
.M The Misses Burrow of Tennessee, of Klaslmmee, died at the .. For ......
I Keroe. Johnson,' who I I. con* and entertainers delighted home of her daughter Mrs at 1311 Ashley street. Tampa, Fla.,
I betted i artists a M. L HON7jffffiSON To th*Pamncrarta Voter.f Oaaaola Oauntyt,
I large with the engineering force of mall, but appreciative audience ..t Mersnon, Gainesville on Wednesday B. BROWNE I baraby aniwmnoa myatlf a ......Ida for BpmaaUtlva says: "I used Dom's Kidney' Pill
phosphate plant near Mulberry the opera house laat night. Ihe en.tAtrt.&ID".oat night about half past nine ,aub oct to th* ..tto..f tM-> and they cured me of backache and, '
[ came home Monday to visit under the o'clock. Mr.. Bearden _tie Primary toll* bald on May IKtb 1** A akmmwMnor' disorder of the kidney ''Two or.
was given sue'picas was the CMdldate torOoveraior Chalrmaa BoirArf '"I
[his ) -. of th* County(
family and exercise his right of mother of the three time on .account) of the pain. inmy '
of the Village Improvement Society late. A. E. Bearden ; of,OiiiulaOoaaty for any P .,a. I reel that
franchise ?
Will Bpe.k..
[ in the local option election and.. strictly high/! class musical with whom she resided here for a Open Hens. wall..e.ds with w..d.ofourBoopl back I was. unable to go to work 1 '
. Any was. presented. number of and well Moadsjy legit, Merck 1th.Hon. UalaetodtaballaraaaUyaooto myaalf to *** for serersl day*. The secretions .of
matting purchased from us, program years was known Yetis and ...........their Intoraat to tha Mat the kidney were In .. ; f--
I for cash, and retailing at !5 cen James Lee. of Churchvllle, Md.. to and popular with a large numberof Jefferson B. Browne of Key of my ability. WALTER BA8S. .. dition dark In color a and very if bad' con '
(per yard or more, will be laid tewu here again Monday, having .}just our citizens, among whom her ; : stand allowed to ,
West formerly member -of the State For Treasurer.s would become of f'
fof charge. In death will\ cause universal ,
any house within the returned from Lakeside Groves near regret of jelly.'. I tried
IcltvtllmU*. This U guaranteed. b y Winter Haven. where be baa a ,OUDI'6fty.acre Mrs. S. M. Johns, who was ao Railroad. Commission and now T*th*Democrat Voter**f Oaoaola Countyl taking ,what seemed various. remedies
|the Home Store. recently planted by frightfully injured b a prominent candidate. for Governor | VU h* a aamlliUto for County .Traaaarar at like) gallon of.
grove cow last ,
....May I caaanM-. medicine and I also put on plaaver*.
and of Friday : '
under the care Mr. K. D. morning is still will".otAtra
.We handlethe/ celebrated now living and address, ''cf Oaoeola but nothing helped
Berlin me at all until )I
sty prform doe datwt at th lwlMlt raapaat.fuOy
Fuller.-Mr. Lee !I. highly pleased some hopes entertained
wtndow-.hades. are for her recover OOllnt'on the Issues of the got Doan' Kidney Pllle
fitted ,
with genuine campaign roar oopport. B. C, : upon the advice ,
with the out.looklown/ there and .. She la sixty two JOU.IB.
[Hartshorn rollers and will sell for years of the"Opera House of a friend, of mine and using
at next
treasonable found bis grove as all the others of age, and even If she recovers will be Mondayevening CoM.ty Coaiailaaiosier islet them ,
prices and 'them 0. > according to >directions 'they'
put up which .Mr. Fuller has chaw, looking confined to bed many week., ,' March 1&... at '%.30 o'clock. ; .
free of charge, anywhere within'' the : aa seven .....annoonoa mynalf a .aadldato. for thaeffio cured me In a very short time.*' . a '
city limit*. Call at the Home Store thrifty aud tone. He says ,Mr Fuller of her ribs were broken each In two ,Mr, Browne i 1'a'uoU.bed., and'eld? ..f OoBBty CommlaaloiMr for Dlotriot M*. 4 For sale by all dealer*. Price SOeenw. yhY

[and.. see then. has planted for different parties over or I more) ,places her left-ahoulder' waa i>iueot) speaker and those who turn out v.-+.-..b..a.......ta*.....*of tho v*> Fater-idilburo Cor Buffalo, e. ,,'.s, to
of. and her .
a hundred sores orange proves nose broken, besides ,
Quill to "hear. him'will be well tonaimydlatrWtat th* JaaiaraHi'pibamy< "" tob New York, sole.agent* for e.Ual.8'
paid their
-' Edmondson will call and ge I I and has received orders for others her face was seriously bruited and i, bald May IStbaad....... tf ....... to'dl 13t.&,...., -- :
your '
package for the White Staraundry. which he will set out In' the near, future. her heart, left lung and stomach trouble The l"dlM." specially In- '
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I lJuft'erIDg-Uer! Grandchild and
Another Baby Also (Jul'f"d-

FOR SICK I Cullcura Proved Invaluable.

f I ably brother had cosomn three. different
suimncn. Each summer it cnine' out between .
I his shoulder and down hU, back,
mid. he said, his suffering was terrible.
1 "'h'lIt raine on the third anmuier+ h.

, WOMENGJ bought a box of Cutienrk Ointment and .
gave It a faithful Irinl Soon ho began to ::
feel better and lie ",ul'e,1| bluuclf entirely h b
'r of 'tccem with Cuticurn, A lady in I Indiana

holiidf how my daughter .Mrs.. Jlog1t Pay the QuickestNo : loan losaollin, many localities. Crows .t"
Wilier, bad cured her little ion of terrible ; worst wltli because bolder as
art us ,
enema. by Die Cut lad)''* little one hud th,''CI<'m. to bAdly t3 more attention than hoji, as they well aa more nurnorous. They are ;
\ (lint I dry thought they would. lose it. She give the farmer the quickest returns very cunning also 'and vary difficult '
P lined Cuticura HemoJica. and they cured her (1.111'| therefore more attention should to trap or shout., It one cap be! killed

child\ entirely, und the diieaio never came J Jc 6 r P be their breeding. and bung In t plain.eight not'another
glvqnjlo improving !
Lack. Mm. "Pnrali K; hunk, Coldnater.Hivh. . crow will venture near. One year a

I : ., Aug. U'1In4 Sept.-2, 1U7.!) r'xt'Season lame crow, captured when young, had

I! I WTt ) I Many a inan-seems" to have lb'eI Clover;Help straw should bo .scattered yards.file home Ho, In waa n very toot) noisy In the, and poultry not acrow ..,

I courage( of a crawfish. .t._ back on' the fields' after 'thrashing. came anywhere near us while he
Kot much of It will be eaten by stock .
I The Kdllor; of the| Iluril( Now<< York r. remained. Out be was sucU'n nukeance I
and it la too valuable to let stand and I
'; We
l" that 'we t.. llinu_vliom, there !I. no LelleJ.'ol.1.Q KT-: rot-down In a: stack. Spread this on '
\ pelt in the country says: "S,,l?*r'. Karlirat -" shut hIm'up every;morning or ':iI
I 1'nlatA.. in the earlml of SS vorlimt! the thin spots of the clover field and not'an egg would! wo have gathere.- ,

suite trim) by. me, virlding 40t bu: peracre.t7 I see how It helps matters next season. Since then we have had our lrou>a ; ':.0
SfllKer '
Lr liaclyViBconmn' yielded t't 'f
t c:> b 1 for the Rural New Yorker'. 736 bu. per a i with crow They are worst when the .),
GCI'!!. See !8alieer'a caUloj. ; about them. Poultry House. chickens are 'amall, but> I have known''
I.YD A E. INKIIAM I The Illustration shows the exterior those upward of
Just XKNI) 100-IX STAMPS them to carry oft a '
No other medicine has Iron so and I hue. nntire- to tit, John A. Saber view and ground plan of a poultry pound In weight. White chickens are' .'t:

successful In relieving: tho sufferingof I Karl" Co.: I.i\ Crosse: Win., and they will house Intended for 'ono colony of more often caught than colored ones,' .: t.

women or received BO many gen. mail you the only -origins) need. catalog fowls. The house N twelve by sixteen. tie they are more easily seen. Crows

uino testimonials. ns Las Lydia K. vuliliihed Kinpemrillimn in Auierii Oatil. with Silver sample King; Bar-of feet on the ground nine feet high In may sometimes 1 be caught In steel *) I

;x'Inkhnat'sVegclnhle Co.npo1lnc1.In Icy Million Dollar UrnM which produces front and six feet in the rear. It has traps baited with eggs, but are'very' 5\1

every community you.will find 12.1dna'ier acre., Kainloin, the dry soil three windows, two on the south tide wary. If chicks are shut In the coops .

women who have )hoen. restored to JlHcurni( if or you, etc.. end, etc.iFte.And He we. will add a packR and one on the east end, watch} admit at night they are safe till some one .

health by Lydia: lliikliam'a) Vegetable of new farm needs never I before seen plenty of sunlight. There are no windows Is about to let them out. and these '

) ) Compound. Almost everyone by you. A._U. {..___ on the north and west thus marauders often come at daybreak; . ,

i you meet has either been benefited Even a good 'argument U nine-tenths making a warm corner for roosts and One New York State farmer's wife I

r by it, or has friends] who have. wind. """ avoiding drafts. It Is covered with told me that' hawks, which former],) .I

ry In tho 1'inkJiam laboratory At --- -- shlplap paper and Biding on the out- took many of her chl'kl. Rave!: them a : .v

LyzmMass.anyWomunnnydaymaysee RMWOTB4CUIlN4: 'riTIIOVT PAIN. wide berth after, her little girl In m

tho llles containing over one million ASBOTT'S EAST INDIAN oosM PAINT removes MONUMENT LATELY ERECTED AT SAN DIEGO. CAL.. IN MEMORY OF red dress made the yard her play. ,? .

ono hundred thousand letters corn, root and all. without outttoffor burn- SIXTY-SEVEN SAILORS WHO LOST THEIR LIVES B.Y A TERRI- ,ground Something: olive and In mow j i, '?

from women seeking health, and lag and leaves. no (oren..... It cures soft BLE EXPLOSION ON TUB GUNBOAT 13ENN1NGTON IN 1905.II. lion frightens them away.: Farming '.''' v

here are the letters in which they corns between the toe., bunions or sore, .. n. Flt-jh.Studio, CaJJforula In Leslle'n Weekly .'
callous spots. It auras all qulolc and par- _._ : 11I.\
their I
state signatures
openly over own I ---- ---- --- --- - --- -- Ifh'd<1C'r.
manent. Oct It at your druggists' or sand -
that they were cured by LydiaIE.Finkhanl's A Famous Chief. Itcos and 1
25o. to Tee A..OTT.Co.. ., Savannah, OIL Cheyenne Buys.' Tlie. Illustrations show some of the
Vegetabla Compound. I --- --- - Success In military operations has In many of the California apiaries types of udders Hat are more or less, '

JLydia K. 1'inkliam'a Vegetable I I AS A CIIAr- OE. brought fame }jo many a clvjllzed boys are being employed almost altogether desirable the dairy COAt A Ushown "
Compound has saved many women Algy-"Perhaps-you are right Miss man, and so' It Is not that Ideal :
surprising to-take care of the bt>os. It Is as clearly: as I possible an

from surgical operations. I .Tarlun. but sometimes I cawn't help One who has succeeded as a slayerof only in swarming time, that other t #' i,irQNl .. udder The .u Lydia. K. Pmkham's Vegetable ....
thinking- .. his fellow-men to
should gain a certain help IsnfOeded7"At r a little experience large. It should have sufficient capacity
,Com pound L) made from roots and Miss 'I'arlun-"Don't try to help It. distinction In'a continued
tribe of
bar. to allow the
for however
a boy can rare many hives 3SIPoultry ,
herbs, without drugs, and Is whole- Mr. ailmpsyte. The exercise will do barians. One of the .io:
most conspicuous and It is said that they are not stung growth of numerous cells for the
some and harmless. you good."-Chicago!. Tribune.How's figures among the Cheyenne Indians aa often as the-nien. manufacture of mat and Its emu'lsld* '1. -1\\
: Tho reason why Lydia E. l'inkham's '
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is Its has been figured up that a farm. l cation with the oUior& constituents of ..
er's boy who Is given five hives of milk. It should l>*?evenly balanced'before
successful is because it contains ingredients ,
We offer One Hundred"Dollars Rewardfor
bees to begin with and who will and behind, add the central
t which act directly upon any caaa of Catarrh: that cannot be "I
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. work industriously, can mako more suture should be well developed and '
t...,. the feminine organism restoring it [IL- .
... .
to a healthy normal condition. F. J. CHI:1UY': : & Co.: ,Toledo, O. I money Id ten years than his father ....r strongly attached to the bodn. "
l We the jmdcrsicped. have known F. J.
: farm of 100 Clover should be covered with soft, fine hair, l
Women who from last can on .a acres. VLL! | J
are suffering Chaory for the 13 yean, and believe "
those distressing ills peculiar to their him perfectly honorable in all buaioeas honey brings a good prise!! and the .a be free from fleshiness and closely at j

sex should not lose Right of these transaction and financially. able to carryout market Is always short of it.-Philadelphia House. tacked to the body. It should comer:
any obligations made by his firm. Telegraph. well forward on the stomach, standout "r
facts or doubt the ability of Lydia \YAlbixo, KinafN! *' MABV, Wholesale side is celled on the Inside, and has
well behind t the thigh, and be car.
r E. rinkham'a Toledo O.
Vegetable Compoundto Druggists; a good shingle roof. A raised plat- .
Hall's Catarrh Cure i is taken internally act.Ingdirectly -rsex - rled well up on the posterior portion '
restore their health. hrush ,r
HAlds tho IllncklnR. form is built two.and a half feet from
. I upon the blood{ and roucuouiiurface of the body. It should, of course*,; +
of the Teatiiuoniala' sent trea. shoe-blacking the main floor lu one end ot the
system. An entire outfit contained -
: C 1'rice, TSe. per bottle. Sold by all Druggiits. In'a single article forms the house. The roosts rest upon a frame have good circumference, and It prop. 'i'l.:l .

PU.Q.INECURES" Take Hall's Family Pills Jor constipation.. subject of a recent patent grant. fastened to the wall with hinges, so erly proportioned It will add beauty;.;' ,.;i ...t(
; ..... I aa well as utility to the cow. rr
n. ,,:
Heretofore It has been necessary to that It can be easily raised and the '
16..rv. the udder It
f 3 At B is shown
; ... .... ..a.. .. Clean Watches With Bread. supply-oneself. with .several brushes, platform cleaned In a very short time a. .I
should collapse on itself, like a glove, '
'&- COLDS: AND 'CRIPPE;:;;;tit]. Perhaps the most novel use to r one for cleaning the dust from the each morning. The space under the after the milk has been extracted A, ,YI f 1
surfaces of the shoe and dauber for roost platform and the entire remainIng '
.. .... which bread Is be in a
awa..5.e .. a..rc! is .1- M put may seen poorly balanced udder Is shown at Qj w
.... .$$4 w.l>ott'J.......I the great watch factories at Elgin applying the blacking polish, a part of Uu house, except the it )'II hung too tar forward on the fV,!
S 111. where than third ,one for rubbing, and sometimes alley, may be used for a scratchingroom. !
Tbe more a woman knows the easier ,more forty loaves otfresh '
a fourth for''giving the final .' The alley separated from -

it Is fO"ber,, to bold hertongue. George bread are E. Hunter required of the each, watch dy.fiupt. t polish. the pen by wire netting except under -: ,\ .i1:: (:

'"' What Causes, Headache. 'factory' la quoted as saying: v All of these functions are filled In the nests, where vertical slats should >, ; ..

"Prom' October to May Cold are the'rnottTreqnentcans "From the earliest times In the his x.. article shown In the accompanyingcut. be! placed two-Inches apart.. Between 1' iI lt I .... .k'..I ,

Iloadnchn, t xativaDroino tOTY' of watchmaking It 'has been the The daubing apparatus consists these slats the chickens: feed out, of ? 1f :
jninine removes cause. K. W. I. of SPOTTED HAWK of a kind of fountain arrangement by a trough that sits In the alley where .
custom watchmakers ,
UMV' boav fed;: to. reduco
oa ,
which It Is not to touch it they cannot into with their :
fresh the 'A killed necessary get U feet.
himself when bethinks bread to form of dough. Cheyenne brave who has
How fools
a man with the-danger of soiling the hand. ,
This Is done by'steamlng and knead more white men than any other
he Is tooling bis wife! It Is only essential to rub It on the Indications of '
Vitality in Corn. ,
In gT. then member
They use this dough for of bU tribe. -
. removing oil and-chips that naturally Brightness Is. not alwa'ys' a sure !
adhere In course of manufacture to '.In Montana Is Spotted Hawk, a brave guide of the germinating power of ,

THE'MENTOO.KNOWTHE pieces as 'small as the parts ot a woo Is said to have killed during his seeds; although. it Is one of the things

., SUPERIOR .,, 1\, 'watch. There are many'parts 6f a fighting days, more whiter men than that ;will help .os in selecting good
,' \ \ any* other member of his tribe. seed Many ridicule the Idea of
QUALITIES .OF \' watch by the way, that are so small making -
1 Spotted Hawk Is a man of striking germinating teats to determine ".
as to be barely visible to the naked --. -z
w .I > \ eye. The oil Is absorbed} by this appearance especially when arrayed the vitality of seed corn. They con- ...! .
ijNdl In his war costume., as he appears In tend they hare selected, seed corn /t1f
.. .X' dough, and the chips tick to It. and ...
'\ there Is no other known substance' the accompanying photograph. Well ,without testing unerringly for years,
SUCKERSSurrs" formed and athletic, he Is an excellent and they get good, strong seed.
which can be usat as a wiper with. 1
;. ..
'AND HATS fan \ \ out leaving some of Its particles attached marksman. and a hunter ot re Maturity Is the first thing to look .1' '
s. nown. Ills face" Is full of characterand al ,
for. The thoroughly matured ear of .I -
the who hair to the thing wiped. This accounts -
men I.
his Intelligence is marked. neil
has the
corn germ well encased, and
put them to the hard- for the continued use of bread .
looked up to with especial regardby ; It will take unusual heat, with moisture .
cat tests In the rough. dough In the watchmaking industry.
', weother... -American Food 'J.ournal. the young men of the tribe, to to hurt It. The well ripened ear .. (7.. \(flvJI (,
Get the whom his career appears romantic shows rather a dull color, rather thana I .. '
.- T' rand and InspiringBut( the bad old tlmas :
FUh bright, smooth color. The butt and
.. ., mode tine lose EXCITED. of hostility between the two races tips should be bright and well dried Different Types of Udders.

Grata.IVrlnifNAmme* ri "I'll never forget the'fret Jackpot are now only a memory. Spotted out; the rows should set firmly and
.... ::, f2".t.. 0_' I ever won," said tho veteran at the Hawk as well as the. remainder of the grain should be dry enough to stomach, and tbe teat are not evenly,, r}: .
placed resulting In a great !noon-,
j i the tribe Is now at with tbe :
- t game. peace shell- easily. All these are outward
Face powder Is, the kind that lays "What did('I. r asked the United States, and therefore It lit not Indications. Then go still further; venlence In milking. At* D nnw[ be'leen )' "'

( out the Insect' man. youngster. likely. that be will during the coming Shoe-Cleaning Outfit In One Piece. dig' down, into the germ, and even if an udder deficient in the}!ore, ..'..t
of his life add to his list of part: at E 3 an udder that Is also lack- i .
"My: breath, for one thing. I don't years pale- this Is firm and bright better be on
t Piles (Oared In fl to 14 Da ys. Is Ing in balance, the teats are not even-.' ,-.1"
faced victims. Civilizing Influences leather and sufficient quantity sup
remember what el.e.Pbllad.lphlaPre. the safe side and make' a careful test
pest Ointment is rnnnUd to cure nyMO
have taken hold upon him and' plied for the purpose.A Iy placed, and, there Is not ufflclent] ". : _
y ( JUbiBC,Blind.BlMding or Protruding in dirt. Tbe' outward signs of good :
1 sil.s In t to 14 days or nooty refunded. 60e. longer desires to wreak; vengeance simple reversal movement brings seed ears are all right to go by when development of the anterior region'. Jf4At "
upon the dominating race.-Leslie's Into action the rubbing and polishing F Is shown a small udder. There'is
00cr we are selecting out the ears but
not permit'the f. ,
Weekly. surface. 'A small "unph: of stiff bristles they are not safe to plant by.-L. C. enough room here to
Tne poet had Just recited his best Worth Its Weight Gold.WI at one end provides the means of Brown, in Tribune Farmer. rapid elaboration of milk which' .'e .

contribution to the field. of litera Self Control Valuable. cleansing the shoe when necessary. is of prime importance as It Is a rell', .x

ture. usually expect: 'the. doctor to,, lie approaches!\.. nearest to the gods Poultry Hints.A known fact that comparatively, :"u

"Do you compose on a typewriter. 'put ns on some kind-at penance and who knows' how to be 'client even small quantity of milk Is In ,the udder'; e.1-<
0 or with a pencil asked an interested give us bitter medicines j though he knows be is In'the right- A Ticklish Question. fowl of medium weight Is best when milking commences." It ). 1 '.

listener. A Penn, doctor brought a patient Cato. Now own up won't you as a For most poultry keepers. Among wise thought by scientilrtbat.! be'' '1II'!

"When wirltlng anything I deem something entirely different and tbe rather conceited man be bitterly dls-- breeds which meet this 'requirementthe ability of a' cow: to jfroduce' milk'. ."

worthy 'of consideration I first use results are truly Intereetlnsj."Two Herrings are being sold In the appointed If you fall to receive one Wyandotte. stand high.A abundantly li determined by the nu .' t jf; t

Y J e. pencil In setting down my thoughts," years ago" writes this pa. streets of Sunderland, England, .atl 1 proposal during 1908T-Mexican Australian report just received from an ber of cells, and hence the area a"atl-:' r-"
experiment station .
replied the poet. tient. "I was a frequent victim of twenty for a penny. Herald sayssix.hens able for the distribution of blood aide :
acute Indigestion and biliousness\ befog under observation have laidmol' other fluids the tissues '
"Yes. through udder
And did ;
you use a type.wester than 1000( eggs In seven and ...
allowed to eat very few things. is too reslrlcte*'V In this inslaDct A.'. .4'
or a pencil In writing the ,
one-half months. Last at the :
One day our family doctor brought: For Action.' year small udder is therefore ,
pieta you have Just teclletlrQuestion I Clearing Ship tame station six hens laid more than a poor Vtca' .
me a amall package saying be had of I
'" deep milking tbough..a!
Was powers
: the poet pleased 1400 hens In a year. .
1 .t with the interrogation last.found something for me to eat. at Egg-eating I.-a habit hens some large udder, owing to the .character.;" 3.,

Answer Does rolling stone bar- I ot tissues that may enter Into its for- '
: a "fle said It was a ,food eaJle4GrapeNnta. times fall Into.A.. good way to prevent .; '
Test any mos.-Clevellnd Plain and its this Is to make the nests rather matlon, is not always' a sign ot .a, good' rv e"'eo.1 'golden "
Dealer. ., 'j'' color night suggestj'): It. was worth Its dark, Give the bens straw to work In, milker. At Q la shown an udder. '''.,a
much cut with .and'poofly .
up very large
and In the straw
In 1 keep half a dozen
weight gold. was sIcK aDd tired
A Profane 8I1en.;e. china nest eggs for them to dig out. placed teats; It Is what may be' r rI.:
trying one thing after another to no
Justice Harlan. of the Supreme They learn that they cannot break termed a restricted udder_ though. ,.
avail but at .last consented to try
J Court -plays colt Intemperately and food.Well thisnew t'ho' nest-eggs, and do not try the real rather elongated. At II appoara nother

t Justlfte McKenna .Is only a trifle less It aurpaaaed doctor's one. form ot udder often met wKfi,'' t":rt ,

'looted. to the fame. They 'were fondest anticipation, and nay every day 4, lr kt +' There Is no best way to feed hens I which like that shown'at O, Is somewhat -' ;J ,

taklnr their 'accustomedcrosscoun ,since then I have blessed the good' nor any best formula. Give them "a funnel-shaped In character, H:U'has .y'; '

try walkon ;the Chase links a few doctor and the Inventor of Orspe"I little of everything," keep them busy, not sufficient: rotundity, do rer not' .

days ':ago: when it came McKenna's Nut.. .. never let them go> hungry. and they come well forward on the stomach ..,
will do their best.. and Is lacking In development In the 4: =
play sand tee
jturm. to / .He. built. a 1 noticed Improvement. at. once<< ,
tnost carefully sited up the,distance. and In a month's time my former, The wastes from aa ordinary kitchen posterior region.: ', 'I\
wind calculations will hal( ,lieep a dozen hens and ti.
'to the next hole, made spells Indigestion had disappeared. '<

then .raised his driver,. made In two months I felt like a Dew,. 1an'; turn Into eggs wbat'would' otherwisego :Tlio Indjan. i k...

>la rmighty .swing1 ,,and-missed... For My braID was much clearer and keen Into the garbage box{ ,. The Indlan/i not..the. .gjeatest'v. .
full ten seconds he: stoodand looked er. my body took on the vitality ot Try ,to get a good start with the saint Dor-tbe'' greatest sinner" le'Is. "'",
f- __ ___ ,___ __ _
bred-to-lay kind. They becomingmore 'dontT1--
HU ' are simply crude bit of
>t the little ball resting securely: on youth and this condition has contlotied. natuto .

!' A Its..sand pile. , ." ,"r'J- j .UNITED STATES'' STEAM8U p. DENVER'.BKIN6 BUT JN'KEADINE33' 1 common- 'every ,year."- Home- in roll .-8..,M.*,McOowan..,J-. '.,
It was' Justice Harlan., who finally "There's a a.aIODName; ,., given .FOR BATTLE,. WITH SAND-BAGS PILED ,UP 70'' PROTECT.'. "x-Magazine.. '
/.joker, '.""That.I.. the most profane: I by Postum :Co... Battle Creek Mich.' HER MACIUNERY. : London'consumes 800,000,000
I Read '"The Road ', "" Inpkgs 'Hawks and row..,.*, ,, a year;, 'I'hey'Welch 60,000 ,
to Wellfljle. eggs u
Ue c ',r"baY. ever; ,heard;!: ,McKen- -W, B. If. Davars.. Philippine Islands. In Leslie's Weokli., -
.'e " "
i )' .. the .' teatherei cirates cause eaters :
\'- _". -J1ttp,___ l # 1/ ',. er- aD4coatlbe, *
...... ,'F". : .if '
!: "\: .... (( 11 W .. '

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gT eflL4ltm' 1w
.,".., __ !-'t.-. ..--_.._ ... .,.. inanenHyonred by Dr. KUu.', Qfeat hone '. - HAVE YOU BKN TO JAMESTOWN
fi terSTW trial bottle and trestles 01" -
: !gHn L fi.a p., :'To'' 5isy .'" '
14aeLArtygtyPb> .
'JI y..aoal1i,; od e..of lb.ea+afo tye.e t,
It's ,hard to' automobile .goed u U>...a..hlbtt.I..7! No R. BI\&o'b o.. th,
satisfy an, V.-bla...rlea& ..._blnod l..tJoe--L'
taste on a trolley or income w.wWb1 Mdtobav.your.'d-.for nbl.g.ednard.s
f ,'--- ,, -,_--- .... : UZIANNE .... .. .pi .. . ..' .air. aw W. pit : ,
OnOn! "nromo L ,nM* rrtote..rNlp.-romtospinwtt.toa> ,. loon
Quinine"That .
-L1 Kffi to lOjDOO ' KOOO)ewi 10 000 M lane W t.tIOO.< a A'r, w
ii Lsxitlv Bromo Quinine.!: Look P.-.a-.a.alt MM i W wN- : -.a:Mrs.Wt l
: .:= : .
for the tirnitura of K. ,V.drove. Ueed the ,,, := . ,..::::.. .w
\VorlJ !hit dirt 'wnl'r.ti ye. 1 ..... ... .. w.r.rrbM'w .....
overUCure a ia On D y. 25* -..----N1 a..M..1.a.Nw '
f ., twice M tanrb." Other Cef I arw_ _d. '*' ..II.'UTe"co....*......C.', ..
Are )lO-o--. ; suspicion'; or' .below. . fee may be a* low In-prlee,. ,' :
a? j bat. yea ,will find, them
--'_ __jA l lUeresjlyjKalfas .&....j..1 LARGESTPLAHT & TRUCK GROWERS ON EARTH
vood to keep well ii to take Gar : .,.
rt way : ..J jy oB>e-fe. rtli a.geode| .
fipld rea frequently' ) it purifies the blood, .
iniuree good iigntmn and good health! "

No man ever worries as 'much I LQZIA.NNE i Chftriestoi EirflJc1'SC1 BuccgsslonWACEFIELD _

about hit Liability to pay hU debts ,COFFEg. I ','WAKE netWAKFiaD : 1brI.,...... ....

ai the men ho owes do. a II flee

This: eow'i udder I Ii kept In'a' clean Flavor Is of Quality prfert' sad Parity Preak-, F FI t1.e.n1 Earl..... C.Ta.5.1111.1..... Scant :=.

..he.Uby''and smooth condition by ..... '

washing it with Borax and !rater; atable.poontul CABBAGE-PLANTS.ForSale
of Borax to two quart ?. .
; of water This prevents roughness 25eo. I.LB OAN. To n arb..d folowlnlphdeee.."k.o'u -
ANIa1 01 pen SAo Gbb.n iNauate at lb. "Ial 1.000'0
and Borenrs or cracked teats which A.000. at Sll-aB pertbowsBdi &.000'00,000, .t .'.001, '''.000 orjBore,at ;
make milking time a dread to the) DOe. ". 0. D. MeJgettT R. o. All orders promptly, Bll1 and 1aU.I.etlolfgsaaat..d i
and worry the for OO.OOO or 1OO.OOO. Cs..h ooomp.nylog all orders,
cow a to milker. Art prtoas t 1
... .
: Mw On. .V.L A. '
i!. ADDRESS B. L COX, ETHEL. s. C./ BoX e
U At beat the life ot a bank' paying . ,

r' teller Is a ,bard one; hole 1 always receiving ,

r;"-, .I check.. ,A nick of time-a piece, broken out A CICNTiriC TBEATMgNT FOB rt

fi of'fuiclent crockery.' Ivlefjll} \ I Whiskey,. Drugs. Cigarette and Tobacco Habits.
Excellent For xUoNECBiflTHENIA or NEHTK XXBAUSTIOft. AdnlalstenA
.t" .
.. > for Oorispond eonoilraUakI
thirty year
by llpeaiall
.... ..... .
-. Mix two of glycerine with I InsUlute In Oeora1a.
.. - - .-" '- ounces 1.V. Only Keelcy
. -
-,.- ... -. C't'ok' ball pint of /good whiskey and add one The Interesting Ksprrlenre An Old 229 Woodward Ave., ATLANTA, OA.

-" cleverest! cartoon, liy c.n. Maoulev, in the New Yoik WoilJ.: bait ounce'of Concentrated oil of Settler of Virginia. -- -------- -'
pine. The bottle Is to be,well shaken '
> each time and used 'In doses of ft Daniel 8. Queen.. 'Burrcll Street,*

PARSON, GAMBLER, PREACHES ON., THE EVIL teaspoonful to a tablespoonful every' Salem Val, !says: "Year ago while, Short Story

four hours. 'Tbe Concentrated oil of lifting a heYyweight '_. .__a4......._rod..rr
*' m< M> j>toe comes In one-half ounce vials a udden ..c '; e '

Missouri! Preacher First Repay to HI. Flock the Monty He Lest at packed securely In tin screw top cases pain shot through my TtUDg TONIC" a''
which Intended to protect It from back and after that Iwas ... au"" td __ toe--' t
Poker. -Old Passion' Seised Him-.He Tell Congregation GamIng are Ol
... .'. eI r -. fo'
In constant misery P.r.- ;
raver Consumes Its Victims light and retain all the original ozone.Don't .
Speaking! rum Experience. : t:=J \lrJ.r.'I.ttJI
._ I vie'bulk oil ot pine or Imitations from kidney trou. .. awn ... ",.. .t I,;I'f;t .....r. .
Lop's S u MI in It, Mo.;-Peu-liapa! the congregation to let him address the of Concentrated, sometimes put ,)/lt'i ble; One rpell kept of Qaa'Iw., _It... i -. _-_
moat astounding revelation ever made men and women of the church once cut In wooden boxes.. They are Insoluble 4 :: ,l' roe In bet six weeks 'MN oIap'/UE
In a horse of worship came from tbe again. He said be bad something to II and work havoc to the kidney 'My arm and leg .I t- e!
', lljin of the Hev. Charles 8. S. Brown, tI&.- to them which might work Incalculable were stir; and I was Ire's ww'Ntl: ",-J 1-fi 9.-,
'.'.... *. Any dtyiggist has the Concentrated .0 lutraa/w.w.I/ at TJt ,
pastor of tile Chilstlan Church In this .
good. oil of helpless a* a child. The urlno was disordered .
pine. jonnors' CHILL i rmi roue co
town In n trmon on tbe.evll resultsof The elders gave their consent, and I .
and though I used one remedl "
Kanibliiig, for the preacher spoke' on Sunday night apparently every SAVANNAH a*.
Did you ever have occasion to'en" after another was not helped untilI
from recent nxpeilence.Drown member of the congregation was lu ,
toM:, his congregation that 1 the church Women gazed at their the disposition bf a so-called reformer used Doan'.Kldne, Pills anl I was
the passion' for gaining utterly consumed pastor 1 with shocked looks. Men T so bad then that the first box made

Its violins, making every mail | watched him with queer expressions. I IMr. only a slight change, To-day, how &; Company
of them forget friends, family home I He seemed affected by the battery of ever I am a well man at 81, and,!
mill Cod. lie did not refer to himself I f glances, but he did not flinch from the : ..WlnsIow'sSoothing 8f1'UliforOhlI' owe my life and health to the u.. ofDoan' B 'TO
by name hut every one lu the church i! ordeal he had set for himself. tef1t.btnlJaott.eua thegnm.reduoeMnfammn. Kidney Pill.* .
knew what he said was less a sermon i I Instead, he walked with bowed tionallayp Sold by all dealer 50 cents a box.FosterMllburn Cures CoBntlpellon J>I'IT ve v *: MCMILLAN.
than a contention, for he returned to bead nnd steady stride to tbe pulpit AMBIGUITY. Colic, Soar Stomach, eta It
I Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Alley Pew .h_ and
town with\ n draft for f3CO and repaid I I and announced that he would preach Clergyman-You can. however comfort Hon. It i, Foraytb at, Atlanta.,,
6.1 > to.niemlieiB of his congregation i on the evils of gambling. A ripple No small boy mind catching anJ'dl.ease I tul...sad, frodiKM. Natural :
I tbe that
yourself with| ..UL'JIJl; ,
thpt nmount borrowed from several of ran through the congregation, for all during the school: term. OF-
tlipin. He lost In a poker game In I{, knew of his recent experience! but you made your husband happy whilehe FARMS

Knnsas Cily a few days ago the loanshe everybody became serious again at lived. Itch cued la 30 minute by WooJford Wenl lrn L" 1N ERYe4
Rot trout i Ills flock. sight Of the man' while face. Widow-Yes, Indeed! Dear Jack Sanitary Lot.ioa. Never fails._At druggist.. Send prix, lerme null full p : :; :
It was when ho failed to repay the There Is no other vice that .gets was* In heaven until he died.-Judge. Eng/.k acpnaiA,Aw.rie.n..dg.." :
A girl hasn't much faith In mirror
a -
)en InvestIgntlon resulting lu the discovery ," said the preacher looking that tell her die 1* ugly. I (At11.08)
that the parson, bad frittered straight Into the faces of Itis flock. A ROMANCE IN RIEF,
away their money at the Rambling Jt consumes him utterly. Gripped "Lover once, but stranger now,"
table. Drone dlellot deny the I" UH clutches, he forgets bin friends,1 sighed tbe romantic one. I
rhaiicp. lie contented himself with his family, his home and his God "Married! Inquired his practical B'i4M'CURES'LIVER O
promising: to mine the money, akklng Once he yields to It he cannot friend.-Pltlsburg Press. .NI) BA :
for a few days of grace. Then he lefts what I lengths It may lead him .

) loan and was absent until next morn -Gambling lies been responsiblefor -!! + MllO KIT ,EFFECTIVE IN, lf A
...JIll |UT.( lng.! theft, suicide and murder For Over Half a Oental'JBrowlI' ,
The clergyman, when the elders of Its TRY ABOTTLB' snuuum TNt tint TO ,
subjects are more abject slaves Bronchial Troche have been .
the church taxed him wll bbl. Pin, than those of drink. There Is only Unexcelled .aa a cure for hoarseness, A.. YOU. M/kitH
\ said lilt had succumbed to craxe for one thing to do when the passion for coughs and sore throat.A .
gambling to which he had\ been subject gaining seizes one and that Is to fight Fck'! ..(nplno 'BolJljf ",sX
years before. lie thought he bad it off from -the first ltll..11 the What.aepailters
wife Is either the of k
conquered the passion forever he I strength at a man's command. For making a
raid, but a few day ago Ending himself If the victim does not conquer earlyIn man or the unmaking of him.

In Kansas City and hearing men the,struggle he will find it nextto s ... 1. U '" -.... . x ; tL/tJq
In a hotel remark that thererss n Impossible to do so afterward. .. ,, tQ.
.Zpoker) gams In a certain place, he was Women sobbed loudlya the clergy. d/wj __", 'r' .it2.,... ..
'U seized with a desire to handle the man proceeded with his sermon. Men .Syr ptffgs "
cards and chips once more. who bad gazed curiously at the par t.4 :The Greatest .
I. .
; : ,. .
Drown dressed himself In clothe son on his entrance looked at him '
as unlike thoEe of Ills calling as bet with sympathy. The officers of tbe Eiisia'"r lt ,
I r o
t could get and went to tbe gambling church appeared to be affected deeplyby Elix\rtSennQ l.i Possible Cotton Crop '
k: bouse lie was. admitted readily, and the pastor'. words. \ engine* and Betters tmpoll.d
1."' loon he was playing'as If he had Not 'movement was made by tbe .'thlngle Mill, Cern' Mllle,
f: never entered a pulpit. lie explainedto big\ crowd which filled the building acts r' the beat possible quality, is the aim of a'WSolaw' TetK.Ptent. Dog.
,: the elders thatIt was tho first to the doors, while Brown from the ftently! yet prompt: every enterprising cotton planter., And GOY'N1o" ta.J'n' Engine A
time he bail touched a ('&I'd'.Inee entering.the pulpit strove to save others' from the bowels{ cleanses "it is as easy as rolling down hill": if ... Send '0.1....
the you ,
...., ministry. It was before he vice that bad proved too strong for ly on 1'' ' .
] ecam. a clergyman that be lid his 'only use enough tl\ )

gambling of former years." him.It Is believed tbe preacher fears his uie<< systemeJjectual c Business 'Men
To 'his Huiaxement. the 'gaming weakness too much to follow his a

fever" was ,so strong In him that he calling further but It Is said tbe assist one in overcoming Vir In1a-C 1rOllnll : the. Cotton States
lost all the monfty he had In his church officer will urge him to keep

t pocket. U amounted to $300: which I his inilplt,.In tile hope that one wbo habitual constipaTion\ J : r:n dB try.Issrnt0aRADCCOTTON.: ,
be had borrowed lu various amount baa suffered a* he undoubtedly has Fertilizers .. lb.eoltnn pee Milt 1 Oar Oollnr r
from member of his flock for a legitimate done will be tbe stronger for his, To I"A ou.t <*. TvrnsltlMiralieouret; .*
purpoze.Drown .', open confession and the better able torestrain permanently.! J $ t.tsbcnc.ficia .J. N.'bur.8aoL1.. .r-Sut Catkm
.J.there why you cannot do 5V
any reason Just as well as Ktt.A: MiH mii Bldn'.A&1a"l" .
when( he returned! with the any tendency to gambling .
j .. James M. Swint,of Chipley, Ga. who used GOO Jbs.
buy \
those his
rvoney necessary to reimburse his'fffeuds that may exist among In f effects 1
asked the,leading men of tbe I cberge. acre of Virginia-Carolina Fertilizers on his cotton' 1 DEPUTY, Wanted
--- the w He gathered OB* and a half bales of cotton per'acre
ermine. Protective and Beneflolal
I BOV COCAINE: : ? U.5E'RS.. ON. THE INCREASEUoston ,and there were more boll yet to open .. start d. Over M.OOO mem
- -- - - -- tK r
emufacturcdy \y This U the experience .hundred of other cotton men and _om... Helps set
Man*,-An anti-cocaine Mil lists of names of Boston boy who. planters. Careful preparation of soil and liberal orpOHTUNITlfe with alh..
. ?
prtpared by Dr. Charles nat'I'IDgton.ot have become slaves to cocaine. +
Ol of high grade Virginia-Carolina l trdltsers'willsurely"Intreaseyewryledsperacre" !
uze (eiMr*!
tbe Stale: Board of Health baa 1 have heard of saloons where lu**
been brought before the legislative they keep catarrh powder filled with Numerous un. t |Si "o euib male member M
Committee on Public Health by that cocaine or its by-products. in the toilet COe prejudiced authorities tell bow It Is done In the new ..thL III at child's MAN>C
ofErlal, who! made a strong appeal la rooms for the useof customers. Cheap Virginia-Carolina Farmers'Year Book or Almanac, -

IteMvocacy.Me west end drug stores sell scores of SOLO BiriXUXHO RuCGlm.eot.BOm.t. . copy of which may be secured from your fertile MRNbI pANDpIWOMEN'ItEPU.
declared that hundreds upon 1 boxes of cocaine a day Illegally. Tbe - ... fact dealer,or from our nearest tales-office. __' ft :- IN BACH I.OOALITr.

hundreds cf Boston boy are slave negro race la especially addicted to Even ;your worst enemy probably An Interesting picture of, Mr. Swint'. : A8ANT hours. LIBERAL PATI Vt
to the cocalie" hablt. that the harmful the drug and It can be purchased by WORK. Write
las no Idea bow mean yon could be cotton will be found In this Year Book.VirginiaCarolina full particular., eneloslnar !..
drug fan be purchased lu paloons, them in store aud on the street, Th. ....-" 1RANI LODOD.
.. from cheap drug store and on the "One of the agents of the Health If you wanted to.. Chemical Caaka..An. ..- BU>a..' DAYTON, OHIoC

streetfrom Illegal agents as freely 81 Board purchased some of this drugat \TILlTctrRB TOUR CORNS .
one can buy fruit from street hawkerir a drug store In Boston, then stood D.Nr.N.C.. THE CARTON TOPS
It lavet It la a bottle ofABBOTT' BAST 1Iw..R v. cb.Nara .c.CooI"C. .
and that the juvenile court are by and raw twenty tales of the same you __M6 ud Sep WrapfMn tram' I
,tfilllng up with youth who have admitted within a half hour, all the purchase I.DUB coax PAIICT. It remoy..bud or soft Atl. M.C&.. :
that their downfall can bet ere being negroes." eorns, bunions or sore, ealloua.pots oa the : Mule Team Borax"PradMta

( ced to the ylcloue drug; habit. Dr Harrington said that childrenwere toot,'WAJ-U or indomtlons ot the skin. No ; .UHl tmOMfft.for "

'Said Dr.Herriugton\ in part: "From supplied with the drug by pain, no outtlng no "eating",ot 'the 1I..b. 'I.." --..., J PREMIUMS FREB

Judges, from lawyers, from probation agents who went about the streets DO after soreness) quick sate, 'ear*. At I" mf ....
.' d others I have received with their pockets stocked with the druggist! or by mall from Co., 't 0 .gIv.u::r vaaa. Jtilr**. .

\lIulldred- ; pitiful. letter giving; mo powders. SaraoBsJi..... 0.. COAST BORAX co. MOW r.r"" '

:="rARI\.d HORSE ft any tails make good be
., 1 1LL b
1"'i cause he loves his ease too much.


..Washington; D. C.--According to three years; the farm I cues alone In $150.00 BUYS ,

'lyestfgatlons made by Q. K. Holmes, use 011 January 1. 190S, numbering full of pimples
thief of the Division of Foreign Mar- no less than IB.1192,000 In round : Kill '
kets of the Department of Agriculture numbers. The department figures The moat complete Saw : .,. We tor may a.... 'Oe rU efky '

; the automobile na. been responsible that 60,000 horses in stock on farms built Us the'Soathera States. saer .MUdlcwUoe. vtth f

for the displacement of but tiO,. could have replaced the came numler Gainesville Iron Works. '
; ;-. 000 horses lu this country up 'to the that hare given way to the automo .W.LDOVGI/AS Pills
". ,. ""present tlmo, and farm boner hare bile. While It is calculated that the aainesrllle. dMOTHER
...g .......het.eM u- .. +
been in .
never such
great demand s* 00,000 horses which electricity displaced & .. -...4I.
9;a gat the present moment., Infaet.tbe I in. urban street car service, I I RAY'S'SWEET' M b ,krM ia.., _
9m;'.'"r' ;demand for horses for farm and other could ,bare been,replaced by 850.000 POWDERS . M_a.' re ..i. y aII--"

.' 'business'" UBPS 'has become stronger, j bprse ,In .tock' a..umlnlJ' Its growthto S. ...M a C8;.... --.' k 6
-: .f1"* stronger during the past two or present proportions with horse ;; ;FOR CHILDREN .HOle: Air ALL aY .
I\ .. .. PRkss roR svxnr .
t A O.rbO/ ,5f'l" . fn... ( t.
.\ -Why Paris Kniploy" : Imitators"r. ':>i Mother's' Death Mrty lresutt'lii, ......lent'..... T".....,. r-T .......'M. SJOVS.MMaR WOIIII:.:..OrTMIAMILrMeg SSIBttCel AND CMILD..d.". "'" . L '"

\t! ethic Caniuel'eircJtof ; f ")"Itclraso of ller'l'oung: Jlclr., , I r ..d....r:.. ask ..J..JI'; ,J6Y'l o r1S.' ;oa.: CURED
', Part,.. ..The revenue ni authorities';: Ange1. :..: ' la !wan. W's 1 r.4CReNLL, PrOS.
; Los ..* While 1 serving n sen-.1 .: .: .,.... .vh asan./ f ]
", ,wlth a View ,to ,outwitting tbe ,dog lance of ISO days In toe city jail for !' 1 H"jKTsl. OLMSTEO. I*H yTH.Y.MORPHINE f -I.. ,:__= ..., '1IoeW-Q t;
owner ,who persistently't'vado' tht I larceny, William Allen, aged: 'N .... ..1/ : !
tweutyelght.recalved '--' t-. / In a
Remove. swslll.g
dog tax by denying possession of'anlsx word'of his mother' ....... ::w.Pfw.tii tawr.'Aur d.y1 I etTectdapermanentcurs
.mal,. have engaged, a number of men' death la.New York City and that he W.L Doa"$4 I.$6 BOt Up Spot.dtatit 81 E'qm red AI MI Price 4604-r Trial traaumti
,j. who' are ,accomplishes; in'imitatingthe had been 'beitueathed.-a'a) estatevsl. tad "' .... deer kablu .*. po.ltlT.Iy-o.r. voice' Tbeid fIold'"} a"",_ ...... .W.l.5.Duie. .r y
of A dog. artist lied at' liS.OOO. he HABITIMA. Foifcrpod rmloormt r -- I'QJII
After had i
failed Free'
;' Hunple ...' to :.y 4ra*ktblnx ".LI tonebeer: YL= L.7yUU41.AM.: _, IIsts. Sea a AUp,...&It
t'prnmenade nt night and barkoutside .
/ from
secure money a brblcer on the k7M U.U" pin wrmptwr. nraalarpr1e. R.W.i, '
; If a dog within it Invariably re. | strength of hi* Inheritance-a telegram ::fCS2i1-CAt-ei.IIaK 'O ,.Writ .f.., free .; Bleaoh'in4MI) ';Colera'e
,- bas betralnz'J"'owner' The J Jpl1. ] ,,.. *.... uUANTF1I ;- 'D' f'I.
was sent to tbe administrator, ol.the J e uccessfiilly Color "oubl.| ) ;better..fop, .rf... .ff :
; .ext\lay.a collector Tlsltr the ownefj,,eptate.. asking him to.ftJr.ard. .". -- --.Ys .- .s** ..
;;;; tuoneyto A.r .lr..a..... .. .. ordinary *1ye ,../...t,O.- elpt.f.-eM: ,. -' -"
';'Taad gather In:tbe ;tar: .. "fbe humanbarker that Allen could. Obtain his releass *v.. .. ''

,."', ,: :i."receive.--"" .f,.30 :a month. l-" pay, ; *Fj tiora. ,jirlsonv, ....? :a.' KAYi.. .1_a.cap.aMR11eb..WOT'f a. wltb Pntnasn PadeletMi Jlweii. Monroe Dt ,QulncyNJinoeti.. ;.; ?:

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'1"I. + r* ,.
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I. '; ,$ '' ,' ,,.. ..' .', 1' ... .". : 1/00/ "u. .. ,, .,..('H, ''
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---the board-that a number of- cattle were I 1'---- ; :

IMMHSSMMTSi Proceedimgs. being driven from the St. Johns
1s. Igi t.. .
.r r--- .
range through Orange county" Into
KUslmiu Fla., March 2nd, 1908.Tb Sanford and across Ihe rlvci' to cast I N. CutsOnnd -
Uu...rd (,I County ComMi. ;lon- I coast point The board Instructedthe ...s ; ta.r.wFErRrs. ; -! aDd for Osc-ola county,, t Hi ate ,:I chairman to meet with (grangecounty / ., TT"j
vt Florida, met In ntular session at board Itb a view of Imvlne I
10 o'clock a. ai. OH the above date. cattle inspectors appointed. RlvDlll.he' I
There being present Walter Thus Hr. rouwcattlewere being driven, and the'" SEElJS' . t"
t:ihalrm J. .IL Urunsun. J. H. attorney for board was requested to "
+ Stratton, !W, U.: Go4 ln and J. U. take the. matter up with UietAtflcounlv I aMrs.m.e.aaakell: : .rq" =u',

Walker Commlsslonem, P. A. Vans' board by correspondence. ,_ lad....... .... --.. '
Agnew Attorney for UuarA ana The following. letter was read to the Mluthe..aWettssl.teey__ rasa wte.aada I '
Arthur E. Donovan Deputy Cleric. 1 board relative to commltlf"ll report on !wa'.s' _11II F....... :
Minutes of 'last meeting; were read I printing' ballot; e. M.Ft1Al 1 CI.. .......... .
(rod approved.Walter I 'Klssin, 'Ia.. Feb,28.:: 11108, r, r ''JIo;
Bass 'Sr: ,, reported, In Mr. WlL\ Harris, Editor; Valley-

i-vfei-ence. to poor farm crop that Mr.': Gaxette, .' ...nklhl was very ill and .1 there Hear Sir;*- .
.., foyiapefrult, lie woul'i make final ballot to be used In the local option
report at Next meeting Ue trpvi-tod Herlloirto lie held March! 1 11th, 190$. In ac.rd.-; with the law In such cae mild
$500' now collected op account and the ( You will pl.-Hi print' the followingnumlier and prcn'td.d. It la hereby announced and dielated .. ,,",
crop' trntln'1-ed to 'lx '.21)21) lioxeonrui I of ballots; I'rcclnut No.1, that an el""tIo1l..111 IM held at Whittle.
<"K, UN 411i\| boxes rRt-frult.| (Ilil7''' !PujflnetNo. 2, ".">!' .',..'Clnct No. 1'/0..1./ In and fur Special, Tax District; Number 6., I ,
\''. L. Van Dufor filed his vouchers I Isu.. ; ., 12 :' Precinct OHceuka\ County. Flcnlda, on Tuesday. Ulatdayf. .r I rt
for money. paid outiUnl) to amount I.. :30 I;,lheelnct No. II, "."( 1'reelnet ,March, A P tlOli''\ to> dsUrmloo who shall servetrusun a.
< and, Hupoiji 7 Tfl Precinct No. B, :Si.! "f the aforenald. Special| Tax School Dli.
.; f ( f State "Fair upl>ro[>fl l<\tign Net. ; "
warrant" order was Ordf"I'ed I You will take every precaution to riot Number H for tw6 jeara. next after sald.1w:.
drawn In (It'or'lltW/ Hank nt !
.Immee. ,ollu'i hand, wilier, than .tho committee School taut to b.levied for each of said two yean. .. .. ..
t'urlbur cououaUD lout luu fiom (>ul>kt appointed b>' the hoard.. W ,prcpurethe, , W. It Godwin R A. Barlow. J. Tumulln Itaimctorn r.. .'. .. .
r' Was rwotlved in regard to elimlnir. ballot boxes: ,and John Balnden. Clark"of{ said. .'...,Uun. '.: \ ) .
; I, --
i read through.hln place and filed(I ) u. You will |please Hiibuilt II proof to j Dime by order of the Board (if. Public InBtruiIkin . .. .
4' Information.) I thin attorney for the board, IA.. ,Owenla County, Florida thla the /lint d.y..r..
{ Mr. Will Ooljlct appeared I Wore: Vuns-Agnew, .:8q., for 111) approval I I March, A D. I9IHAtteat
Hoard In reference' to the| saiuo matter and when the.buHots are all printed W. J. BEARS. W. C. BASH.Buperintvndvnt .

and asked .foi1. IMI'mlaalOf| to place yOU will. deliver same to Walter Dan, (;hulrmai
gates on Ilils, Load which" the board Sr., dialrman of the board, and .
refused. chairman of the committee appointedto ) j
1\otice'of' Election.In
} The following communication. wan \\1'11'0 and deliver Imllot ooxcs. .
read You understand that the board. i Ij .auxmlance with (lh. law In such caau mad v
'To Hoard of County Comiiilssloi.frs; waking every effort to conduct thla I'' and provided, it Is horeby announced and ric.. jI

f ()ceola Cuuaty.a election no that It will stund. the criticism stared that an election' will he held at Kaaalnirei I
Dear Hlri of the courts favorably, Florida, In and for Special Tax District Numlier,
I will rent my trucks and train t.o this letter to. you with tliCKO Initrnctions. Oaeeola County. Florida, on Tu....... Slat day of
the county for use on tho Ueedy" Yours very truly I Marsh A. D. 1908 to determine who ahall eervaa I
1 Cork; till at tin rate of 1,50 per day U I L, r..I isi.KV, Clerk. .1 tru...... of the aforesaid Special. Tax School
no made tor the time lly Arthur' l K. Dotiefun,'I 1). C. DlHtrlct Number 4. for two years next after said i
F used Inlaying the tram or in pemov- Tho clerk reported that '1lr. Harris 1 election: and to Ax th.number of mllla of I Istrkt

i3 ins same, and provided 1,0 charge: had suggested 1lII; t lie havlnlChe-en>' School taxes to be levied. for eachof said two y...... I TJIL
shall lx made for time lost by reason partisan in the casiipalirn I that. the I Frank Walker C. H, L.'C'h.ndler.' U. H. Alderman -

I of flood or other providential act. (printing of the Imllottt be sent out of I ln.pectoni,. and W. E. Underbill Clerk. of :-
.provldeiPno, delay shall Ito caused the county to avoid any uniust ctltiOlsni old election.'
by the county in the iirtimolion of the and that two of the committee, I Done by order of the Board of Public Inatructton PRINCE PAUL.
work after the train Is ready for line. viz., Arthur l K. Uonejjan and V. A.I I Osceola County. Florida'' this 3rd day o,
E. J. BROWN. Vans Agnew, attorney for the board I March A l>. I'"*.
l+ March 2nd 1DOH had taken tlio copy of the ballot to Attest: W. J. SEARS .U'. C. BASS OUT OF SALUTARIS ,HALF SISTER TO GOLDWING BY SALVATOR.[ '

11 discussion. and Orlando and bad! theie. Superintendent Chairman
Alter some \ upon( same printed
reccomendatlon of Road .Supertn There being no further business, I The above Pedigreed Stallion is one of the finest bred horses ever 1 Brought;? to Osceola county. For

tendent the above proposition was upon motion of J. 8. Stralton, seconded service for the season at my barn at Peghorn. Fee. $1O.OO. R
Sv accepted by J no. ]{. Hronion, which I ooooooo0
Paid and cancelled warrants were curried, board adjourned to meet S. STRATTON. J

ordered credited as follows: again to canvas returns at 10 a. in.. I I 7"""-THKKissimmee __.____._ __ J.l I
General Revenue . . I 360 84 !Saturday, March 14, A. D. 1908!) u .. ..
Fine and .Forfeiture. ...... 11398 811CIS t.. I iMitKt, Clerk. Drug Co.
... .. .. .. .. .. .. ... . : I
fi ......... .. .. 70Mrs. By AUTUUK I I':. lloNtHAN, D. C.
v Marlab Ii. Gilbert treasurer, d _______._ NUBIAN TEAKeeps Atlantic Coast Line I
reported the. following. balances on A Baby ,i -

hand: should be 'aunshlne\ in the home, and I ,

General Hevenue. ... .. . t 9H (M will be If wu give| It M'hiie's Cream I WHAT WE DO FOR YOU. ROUTE OF THE CELEBRATED
Pis and Forfeiture Fund .. ise '>4Real Vermifuge, the vieatevt worm\ medi i
.. .. ..........,....... .... ...... 5i 62I This Is becoming thepermanent
cine. remedy ;
Special. ... .. . .. 04 "Xi-M York HIM! Florida Slccial"s()
I School Sub-put Nf. 2 fit 91 fixture of well regulated We carry the largest and r
: a : 611 i houHehola. A mother, with ('hUdl'en.cao't .
.. .. .: .. :: '.:. . 894 without a bottle of most varied stock of our line ': -A N D-
eel along
State Aid . ..... . 84860 in "
White's Cream Vermifuge in the town. I

y"+ 'Total.. ... ... '.. ... . .. ....p. {eMt3 87 house. It is the purest and best med You Well "Chic11g4)4 nnd Florida Limited"
And also certificate of deposit Iclne that mcmev can bu,'. Sold bv We carry none but the ) ;

,from State Dank of Klsslmtnee. Hohersub'.I'b"rmucv. freshest and purest of drugs -
filed and Trains. Steam Heated and Electric: Lighted
Poll tax report was -- at all times. ;
checked: with stubs and amount (474 Wa.ted. Dining Cars.

."was ordered debited. Live Sandhill! Cranes Otters, Wood Your prescriptions are filled } Ills an t . -.'

{ Tax collector's report showed. the Ducks and Ul? Fox Squirrels. High by a Graduate in Pharmacy --A LSO's

following balances unoollected: 1 1J prices paid. Dr. Cecil .French,.Naturallst besides five years'actual HillRemedy '.

(1..1B.vnaI'uM..8..,..,...,.,...... .. .. .. ....$ 8"28.1 1/61I4 roe Washington, t). C. lew ", perience. : ex "FLOR1DA. AND WEST INDIA LIMITED" TO THE ? .
d.h.odd ..' ,. .. .. ... ... ... ... '- ,.\
'M.sWr. 3....1. "' ..... .. .' t 0311I8u'tDiat. I For Sate l PtANTEaS for -AND---- :
Balteol .'q,J J .... .. . 134 tie, Doesnr't this mean some* NV "NEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESS" E A S T :

.. ":'" .. .:. ....:::::::::::: :, ::. Residential and Hammock fanningproperty Oreve- thing ? r N E Constipation .., \
of at
sixty acres p :' (
their .. TO THE -
Uiffham A Farmer filed report .
ff House fully furnished and In rood or- We carry sufficient help to .,. L000OL.l "DIXIE FLYERand
of convict hire .
A letter from Tax 'Collector C.. L. der. Outbuildings and farming .Im deliver your'packages within 'wJ'Wr.xwa ,
Mr. Drought tlMayor's WE ST'
plements. Applj to ,. ,
.Bandy. was received and read i.. fol. a few moments after the pur mtr "MONTGOMERY ROUTE"f,
,lows: chase. This ,, is not idle J 10Ds :Indlgestlw ""

? To- tbe Klsalmmee Honorable; Fla.J.March Board of 2, County 1008.( ' Proclamation.Under . boasting but we want your : 'r?s Pullman Buffet-Sleeping Cars to New York, Chicago St. .Louis,

Commlsiloners, City. and br virtue or ttie"power vested 'in business and we know we ..eaTu.. t Biliousness Atlanta,. and Intermediate Points. '

Gentlemen: me.I.T.; M. Murphy, Mayor ot the Town' ofKlwlmmee can please. .,A.." ,<:.:' .,,1/ pks'jy\.ld: ::iftiCrd'r\: ?>: .' , #
On account of the financial condition : Cltf. Florida,de hereby announce ,/ = r U""LMAN" DINING OAiVsiKFaivfOE"' '<, 7'
L of the and the scarcity of proclaim sad declare that an tlectlon will beheld andDyspepsia. 11 . II" ( "' .,' .
country - =-::: - - = : I \ .t.t'J.\ i'M'.i, sal ; "RIf! g.} :\' "!r"i\/ : ( "t'
Hall In said Tows on fl! tur ; - : I .
at the Town at.ionl
money generally, I wish to ask YOU t'f.rt.lcceui.!, lelt'r \loformat.lon calloa nearest, i'AtIantic' Coast :
to recommend to the Comptroller an dar the ITWENTYEIOUTH I ra.csscxanayaNcfRo9am i Line :Agent r\l '" !'''': !.;";"\>'';!1!''' ;i\fi.1. :Y>'nT!\: rsF.,,,,,'.r.1 ,,,: rx.r".f" S' .; p'' .. .
extension of 50 days. In wuiclrto close DAY OF NARCII.1aw. Kissimmee, Drug Co. 1-
the thus It tho-first for the purpos*ot eluding following officers. 1 I J. W. CARR
m tax books making C.MIM e..LU\ T. P. A; TAMPA F.LA. J. G, KIRKLAND. D. P
Monday 4o May Jn place of the first. to nerve for tho term of one rear, vii: (CUsltnn: ,. FlayD.EOTllNDO I T. C.\\"HITJ I. O. P. A. WILMINGTON Ntq, W. J. CRAIG, P. T.... i iMFMNNti
S Monday In April, as the law require OLa Mayer.On. .,
Yours truly, I Ii nUnd2::' .Clerk .:
,*- C. L: BANDY. One .rahal.od Tc Collector.aDd It .Is gmrf.for the Liver! Kidneys! foIl m. .
ncli, Uuwt. and BCKHJ. \'
Tax: Collector.Upon One Treworer.Aim "' N1tiVWtrVNAN1tiWKWKNM '
;c .-motion dulY seconded lIod.c.rl'led to servo for ore term of .two years,tooMnmbpra h takes. the tilaci. of. caluuiel! and leaves %WWV'VWX'W ( .
board Instructed clerk'to .of the Counoll.I no bad .fld.I./ ...
K tbe that In hereby nppoln D. C. \....., H. M. Pf nn and It It needed" in the I Spring, Rummer. ,

f favor notify of Comptroller the extension. they were C. N.Ung, M Iaiip ctori, and.. A. 8.Gilbert. M I "lIlllIndU ller, by Men, Women and I.. Sunny South Stablcs-.j tl 12 I

44 sBond of J, W. Long to cirri' nre- Clerk of.Mid elmtloa.. t.lnl 1.1./n.
'arms was approved by the board. I In ItneM( hereof I hare hereunto set my It U exlrcmclv p lntil>1r -even c'hlltlrell I ..
tiled his hand. Mayor of mid 1'01'1.DoS caused. the Iiku 11. hey:" u iollj.. f,,,"
Road .
superintendent report $ .
4 < ,. which read as follows: eat of Raid town to he th.reunto affixed this L. H. INGRAM Proprietor. : '

March 2, 1808.To 19th daj of Fehruiiry. A. D. hail Roberson's \\N\\a\\NN\\N\N\\N\N\\\\\\N\\\\\\NN\\\N\N\N\a\\N\\\aN <

the Honorable Board 'of County (dash l) T. M. MURPHY Fancy and Family Gro Pharmacy, a ;,
a Commissioner- Mayor of the Town of Klmlmnine. City. I. '" I. o.;
Gentlemen: At ..Ci' ceries. KISSIMMEB. FLA. I LIVERY SALE and BOARDING -

I have down two hundred yards ,
a put' In J R. OII.BEBT JR., h _. _ __ ._ __ ___ . I \ fl .. t
'of built 101
causeway and one bridge Clerk.Administrator's 'a 11 .I o I
ti the Keedy Creek during the -\\\\\ \a\ >n* %n\*nma,.. swamp - - .. . 1 aNa\N\\a\\a\a.\NN
month of February. Have bought Fresh at 1.. .alp. pesi'egrow nv *oto J9 PI" Well equipped with Now Stock and Vehicles ;
during the month 2 kegs of nails, 2 Notice. Fruits, Nuts and . and
sari UA'U jliu>a mO7..a
pull chains, 6 .a,handleal hand. saw. Confectioneries. 01 spur,| e men ._<: .<)i inq'figpnr! prepared to meet all demands with Perfect Satis I 1
ai ,. ::3 dozen lap links. AU creditor, ....tHa, dUtrlbuteM and all. 10 a'MPnaS I |Ilea| 01.p."u..HIII.} ...sutra."UOIIt faction. .
GBO. OVEKSTIU.&T: pereona harln claim. or demand .....D.t the _.y ..Du..p .. ... S: t'
The following pay roll of road work MtateofTIm* llaMi late. of theoountyof Oweola 0-' 'NN_ IIYdVt031IIH3YYI: SiIMIt'WON MIN 1H13NIH3YN I.
was' examined approved; and SUM of Florida, d......... will pr... th. IQ'S, y }
"I, A -. #>* >eat St,7<>. ...-. .. .. I IIA 1 00 awne to the underelmed kdmlnlatrator within fYw,7g ..OJ, nlsr.rlgovit. .. .Ipa ,lueitluqyJ j e . HEAVY HAULING A SPECIALTY !
.. .. ..... Full Line Canned Goods . .
WID" Ball II days .. . '. hi SOSlf two yean from thU. date. ,and all p et mi*Indebted woU"'lnnqli.un"'QIA"...qJlaJQ.... RO(If
.John Bolt t$"d." 54N5 make . ettleraent .""""' '''''''' ''''''''''''''''
LLmmeTa5tbd.v.ad8150.) '" .' . .. 2It M to the said estate will Immediate Cigars and Tobacco. :JOSIt\- IV r t'a
Wklkar LeAler' UH day at II.M -. ', with. the nndenlrned. :s
J: ,
:. : Asa
1' Bulllvan." :20 dare at II.AU.fmteBulUvan. WALTER: BA.SMR.> --- f
.. -
luTUraat ti-00 s* m 'rN'H ,
.. ,Ed 8uUl_14 day..t SI. 0I .. .. zi wia 'Admlnlntrmtorof' the eetate of Time Bass 8ar ":.
.I Ixmls Durham tti-t at I1.6O. . '' MK Feb 8, 1WW. 7t..
I Charier Lamb, 1* = at II.M (w __ Goods are All Fresh
,JobaCam beU. U L4 day at 81./)0./) . 17 60 n' and C. I
Oliver lampbelL 1 day. at tl.00OweaL .. 1 00 R. L. 'HARRIS M. D. J. B. MC EwAt4HAI : ,!
nUrlxdysst1.60.... ... .. It M Notice for Settlement and Final Prices Low.
Henry MeUius-hUaTbrldn repair. . 2 00 "
0.0. Overatreet ... . III fO Discharge. I RIS' SANITORIUM. '
t Total. ., . ... ... i | aw MI Notloe la hereby wI'frn' to aU whom It mar oon- .,;...... .f ,
that six months from this date. I wli I pneentmy
1 The fullowluif bills were examined, aeoouat. and WKuhen to the County Judo of s11i 6r,8iaAtta/1c I ORLANDO, FLA ,

approved apd ordered paid; the County of Oaoeola and State. of Florida hi rM c' 14

John Walter. a"brouaoo._. __sal. and ssl. and mileage. ..1.....*. .. I 1'uu 1M\ 711 doe In It.......... sty for examlaatioa and approval TILLERReal A Prirat Institution built and equipped with all modern':

2' JStftrnttoo.eora ami nnd .. -. ". 112 00S4 and ask for a anal.discharge. .. Administrator : conveniences for Surgical work and the and treatment '
h J H Walker, eont and mllenvo '\. .. on .............. a care Of
Y of the Batata>.of Thomas S. Estate
W B GeoVwin....and mUeam. . .. ..;.. 4,*. 00 - Agency the BiCKtTerfHH w'
a', t, .......r.elerk. and auditor. .. 41 00 J. W. MILLER:
"14 O II Brown Janitor .. .. X 60 .AdID l8Usto a / Reasonable. Write for Particulars. ,
C 1. Bandy. tueaUstor * .
t' earn ns K 17 1907. tfHlm, r -
September wp
Mrs M B Gilbert, tom..treasurer _. .. 60 Realty bought and sold. :,
sUentmmen'1'........ l:to r..>t phone 1 -- -.-?.--r.. ---. F ,
J CO2J Houses rented. 1
W monta..2 K Johnston.' Jexlare Covntr Court . 00 f
WCBes**.*...........,... .. .... ba Notice. f Taxes paid and'Titles.verified -- -- --.-- -- -- )
......,.rtII...., a"
s-Io-. poor ) for
,, ad non-residents. I "
= .. ..... .. 1 311IE.Iq ,. whom It raw eaaeenu MASSY
.r. "" COMPANY
.. .:,.p-red. 'iiy-- ....1 t 60 Notice lakeretv. (tveataat mr wife\ Annie O Fire, Life and Accident In- pi MACHINERY I :, ,
...;'.... .
It--I: ...P. .. 1"11 Jordan and I are not httw tocetber. and will surance. JAOKONVILLE1.
aml'saptJsrwaKTenrei. fans and .OHNINNna PLA.
W O Broneon .(.poor_ (.....1.11. st> MIt not be napeaalbki. b the fwfcare tow sal debta that 4 Indemnity Bond: Lous; Dtetsiae P\en. 117.. 33 Ocea at.......
.u. ..,......... I 00 ...._ ceettraeUer far any oentraetvthM. .... ', I da

t A..Van*As-new.lecaT lajraJBerHeeiJailer ................. rMdartfdng. 'M" -.... ,< ...........--. ... ...... .......-...... 1H911 l' '"
Onnetce...... her for sanies. .... -": ..... as This Febnuiy'"'.,l 11014'R. 8MIM3SiS3iY3U9 SQ1UOM3HI Portable' and Stationery Engines ,
gtnnfardCnreos)GmesWnr7&rsMlOrCXCsdte tU<'w Co. hdw _._ Ms P. JORDAN and Boilers; Sawmills; woodwork .
1' ...... 10 -r s; Carson totf Machinery and uppU.! .. Con-. I;;
..... Stanford, Hdw.
Graves '
JlAeaJea .
\ W1L..U50N plete line carried lo stock. Liberal /
Bans. kaaUac ertUanr pool faradl .l M f;M. JR.,
W J......_t. ...It east aanisBaMiai, p A.I I. VANS'AGNEWI, Co Kissimm Fla. terms. Write for 0&.101'1l&.x, ;.r
1 I State agents/ for the Olds OM. aid, ,
:, Y''t.: : t -1 S'NoTAay Ptiai.iC.... l'I Oasollrs e. ... Y ,
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smf k.t _- '1 I. -I STAT AT L'AHOM.' (S-
..811 It.-I. t. ( (1-
'i.i Y rawir 10 101 I TND NOAAHY: PUBLIC,, Real Estate Agent;, SnbeortpttOs)* lor" 'Use 'AtJao'adal1. : MACHINERY' !: ;}! :

t''ol :G Wt. w...e rat ........ .681 10 Journal or aemlereckltaken*
-4 tDa ouRflt too Use .atteD&loa of M this office?, .
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ia>.* Valley: .,:.......* sacs-.Ic..t..7. .- Kissimmee Lt" Fla. . : .
a Uaaett.. .h......... !..!. I 3O. 1.O3.I # .. March 13; 1908." .' Vol. XI No. 18'--".,-r/ _

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ITHLY MEETING .for said election as required by law.VV.C. HON. BROWNE, to Orlando. The; watches I ); thl'] ;-:.--.:- .. .

1 BASS. Ch'In, I. Jff.. Capt.1 Collier'and Mr. Edwards which, ""
AtieHi: E. E. BROWN. were stolen1'' at the llin; their homes j I II -

' '' P0f SCHOOL BOARD W. J. SEARS, Hupt. JPromlnent Candidate for (Joveriior I I' were burg4s.rlx.ed, were found in the : 4a.
A communication was, received: from : possession of the negroes; who wef I II : :

Mrs. Katz, treasurer thanking theboard Klren- First linn of Cam.. 1 understand, confessed their guilt ot,, .' ,

for their donation\ to the La- pela; ll the crimes both here and at Orlando: ; ......t... .. ... . .r-
tt-District I Sections Called for nies' Improvement Society, and, name Hon. Jefferson i?. Browne, uf t Key' The one at Ole ,latter place!, however, ;, .w..a. .woo. + .rm. . "

' .was, ordered filed. West, ..ndtct ate rOI"Oovt-rnor. 4penl.'dthe' I was tllo trost flagrant\ where they I "' I e.
r Whittier and.Basinger.: There being/ no further'' business 'campaign here Mondaynight. entered 'the sleeping a.artiui>nt. of . -- : ,:
board till next regular Mr Herman Illllman)
adjourned and at the'nniot
audience ofrepresentative
Kiastmmee. Via.:: March 3, 1908.r ( meeting./ \\'. C. ItASR' ,. \ when he'' adJrea.ell'citizen: an at "the-- ()pera,J r>f 4i' fIAol) mud11r.. und .t1 1a'1I. 1 : I .

:- The Board of Public Instruction W.. ,J.-HKAUS., Cha Irman., i house in the interest ;of IMS candidacy. | :I Hillinao give. helD what < money thev .: ,\ :

.<,met In' regular session, ''there 1xlovprh.ent ''Superintendent. '. I ;The speaker was ,tnlro uced .:tn a1j I had In lhi house. t tI .I 0d d YouKnow I' ', .1'"0'I '
.. -The
negroes plead In
\ guilty Crluin I
-- --- .bHon.. -
yV. P.- bass, chairman; .and *" j' few, well chosen words' t I a 1 court at Orlando. yesterdayand t I ": ;
LISTEN I iC.< A, Carson: \ j : ,
'"E E.- Brown\;; also W. J<. Sears, superIntlent 'AfLt'rbanklnl( the 'audience for (!Judge: Itegga sentenced them to-a life r .

'4; .:: aod.remember that the'next time vou {' {boiolng out to hear him; Mr;' Browne, t r(.term} : In the_penltenllarv.. -r . '. _..*. j

. r' ales .of ,last res\lar; ( nievtlng' suffer from-pain-caused by damp' took, up the platforms- his two l' .

.T .v ".wee i read?find approved.f' weather-when your head nearly,,I! ,opponent, Gen'1 A,, \\'.:Gilchript and Registration Books. ... ----- I,
bursts from neuralgia! -tryi Uallard'H'1Snow N. C. Stockton 1.0'which '
,t :i'M," 'B. Gilbert., c unty. treasurer'"re Liniment., It will cure you. AI,|I I j he Hon.paid'Jno.his respects.. He then spoke 1 I j jf The registration books, for O.ceola

ported follows. . : prominent bimluvHa man of Hemp f of his political record both -In thelegislature [,will open for the registration ,nj
stead, Texas, writes: "I have used f and "as president of the,4-oters'in! the various J precincts, on :
TO the Honorablo Board of Ptibllc i ; "
In.trucllon I Monday a
,' your liniment Previous to using It State Railroad CommUslon.. He1 April Oih.- t '
i\\I'I 'fOl'o.c.ota county:. ] I "a sufferer from rheumatism I Supervisor of .1, ,
(\ .. wan great I said he wasa natlva: born Floridian, Heglstr'atlon A.t
;V "I horawlth .......-.' my report"a* tr...ur.iof and neuralgia. am pleased to I.and had always looked" foi-tyard to Lancaster hait appointed the following We -.

t ;;>O>coU ooonty forth.* month ,of P.bruap1905: say that now I am free from these and trained i and Informed himself deputies! 'who.will have charge;( of the : ;.

1 .'. vr: OCHBRAI. .CHOOl,'rUND- complaints. I am sure I owe this to with the hope of holding high political I registration In ,their 'respectivepre. . ;
o 611 your liniment.", Sold by..Uoberson's 'State. H. took cincts ;
:To balano. tram but report ". .. . ...1' 118 position in his .
To amt.-.... from But. Bank loan '.">011,VII Pharmacy. : up his platfpcm. and in a s lilht.rorlYal.d I) Freolnct. No .2; Shingle Creek' lP. ,- h,
1 G,, Cromartte.Precinct .
To amt noolvod from Comptroller; achool '
--- ---- --- declared
... .. .. illlW ,, unequivocal'mannm -
fund 4 II -
..'-.".+Ts amt r.nd from TaiCollector.tAl..... .. 11I)11110 '' Narcoossee Rejoices .With Us. his position on all questions. I $.CftmpberirXy.. L. .

*rams rood from Tax Collontor, tfHm.! !) 414 OOj J ... involved In the campaign HMi1. Campbell. ( .
Precinct No. 4 Peghorn-.Frank
,\W l livn w Narcoossee, Fla., March 15th, 1'1(18.( ><. UrowltI'epoke. for1- about an'hour. Warren .,
''.grpaldwarnot..j . . .. 7 holding the undivided attentionof .
Hit li "
i 1 per : Editor Valley Uarette /
Precinct. No5, Lanler,-Young
.;,H Brbal.noo? .. .. .. . .....I trn 87BCHOOI I Much interest! was felt In our i his audience arid evoking.of several. ,TindalK <(. N -
outbursts applause.He :
1 village as to the result of the late enthusiastic .
,.U.-...,.. NO.7. <; election in Klsslmmeer One championof made a splendid speech and It Is Bartow.Precinct Not' 6, 'VblttJt'r.--n., A. :4" Ie ar

':;/:To VaU-mo from last "'POrt. . . .. ..8 ::17724' the saloon.stated that a bet of five to be regretted that there was not a Precinct No. '7 Basinger-W., P. : ry .
: ; gr/amt nod from T.. Collector. ta... .' $6 70 hundred dollars had been offered in larger crowd otot to" hear him; Underhill. '

. NI81N [Klsslmmee that the city would go wet .i Jr -.. -i--- Precinct No. 8 ., VV.., : .
..'SDP: paid ........,Ia as purl list...... ...,.... 48 10 but no one could be foudd to accept j Hill. .
.... The Great Van Amburg Show. .. .._ e, :: ,r .
4 the venture. Another said tbe boys .
. j -
. .. .
Bybalaao t ; Pf I .. ... Lr
I i,., acaoOL1urnu.t' .... 8.Tobalatir 'I'II I I by jingling cow bells and disturbing The'-capaclty of the big tents-Is always "oll e. r
.... the web meeting had cost the drys Van Amburg ::
., from tfwt report t 821t tested during ( .
,.y'T .mtr.edfromTaecfl.ctor, tax.,. 14tM fifty votes, which would defeat our Shows' engagement, and -if Uncle .Pure S. t:: Brown eggs, ::
t cause Ilowe.ver all such talk gainedno desire much for sale cheap. Fifty cents per doc. ,
:. 1 14 t46 votes here, on account of nonpayment Henry and Aunt Petgv T. N. FARR, Peghoi-n, Fla. 18-lt
warrant a. pw.let. .. .,... Ii ro comfort and more peace' of mind it I

!!F' .acpald; ,.;.&.." :. . .. .1.. .... .. .' 3 were ca of t. taxes Had only all the"a few voter votes in would bring be the allow afternoon the childrento exhUbitions ---. :.: ..,... .

.... 4".. m..oot.r'a' 4.' *- | this district exercised their privilege, where'the new menagerie can COMPORTING :.: v'
To .I 141!) our majority would have been much be seen to much better advantage and WORDS .
g,:1'.t.reodfromTaxColl..crorbaep. A" I Ir larger. The returns from .your city more time given to absorb 'the de-J '

1. 4t r {-IN; wRy /gave the greatest satisfaction, as did script I ve knowledge so pleasantly un-1 -
.... .. the returns from PeIZ' and Das-. I -
paid warrant a.par. list 16 00 orn folded by the gentlemanly lecturers.. pJ
roger both precincts laid by our beautiful picture M..y.a !;Florida, Household Will
t 91 The white city is a !
By bilano .be for 'their side. J
opponents to sure o. tbe and thousands of sightseers Find Them So. -
,... green/
.TAT.AIDcrab.. I This costly election was not really will take advantage to 'f "LJ

'::f:=ano. from butt rooert.By . 8-0 /BOIIS ( the demand of citizens of our county. this monster moving Inlpecl.1 To have the pains and aches, of a !
paid warrant a. par list .. Ml It was gotten up by the Liquor Association alone worth visiting .
l I horse stables are !bad bach: removed; to be entirely free

. By. balance.... . .. . .. .. MaflO i who paid a at few Jacksonville men for and getting Tampa the, the to all Van lovers Amburg of the Ahorse Ientle show".equine Is for the from annoying, dangerous urinary; !

MRS. W. B GILBERT. of sufficient citizens to their request disorders is enough to make kid
,; ; names Ctien the any .
1.!; CoovttTn.... I talk of all America; ponies .
many temperance men signedthe sufferer grateful. To how' tlfls -.
to tbe'to" they should be seen; also the culinarydepartment ney tell
.. petition just to oblige tbe canvasser six hundred
where over change be about
great can brought
of 91343.37 were-oancelled.
sum have
and by this means ,
1 Bills were approved and warrantisued our county> to a large expense. put If people are served three,times the electric a day. will prove comforting;words'to hundreds -S. I, ,. f

.,.. as follow.: they find their taxes larger next year The blacksmithshops wmbe' I of Florida readers, . \ .!.
bfundred Places ,
light plant) and a
*.;'. .: ,.| 7ft 00 don't complain for you caused the *.. .
A' Oertlng. of 419 L Street
found of Interest. ,
''At" 1; wttM"ry' \.T.. 40"4 80 'Increase! Nal'COoBleefIofterl thanksto and novel acts .will -attract Fla.. tells how do It. '. Best
new Pensacola,
Many to- ) the
One of
,- W W/,' ........... kt B P I.Mr. i-. .... .. 28 toot Meooo Hon. C.. A, Carson, II. M. Piano, attention in the big tent, where I He says: "From mv experience with .J ,PoptibfPried ,
H B traxaarar the business the the
Oaaatta. .... s m cowl clergy hundred of skilled pr formers ,willie Doan Kidney Pills, I can strongly ...
VaDar P-
= ..... . ladles, the boys aDa the for .' -
'a8takh, : in friend I contests : supre- recommend them to anyone In need of -
.. "
1 .
.. .. l'l Valley Oaxette for this splendid "
It &-.: I ry :; / '* "
7"nr. r.1. iJ1l&C7.. a good medicine for the kldney>i Kidney
1 )I..V t Las 11_ .. .. .. .. fS Ml victory: Kissimmee today Is ;-one'efthe The children will be 'delighted with ,baclraebe .. .. .. .
,, K.... a y.n. .. 4.100 delightful places to visit'': la 1 complaint and :: caused .. friars Mim .,.. "
Sy'M. 7rlsA_ a ." ."." 4800 most the mtnature menagerie,' with boy me suffering at intervals 'for years: : : A' f';
Batea Florid, sins the saloon driven
.. .. 1 .411 00 was I trainers dt'lve..aod care-takers.. : The first or second attack I did not I :
\ N.... .. C 11", ,_ I 4ft 0* visitors do not see tho drunken ,
.. .. .. away 11'IO"COin.'plete .
.. ... J' ta..._ .".. .. 1 4AOO Idle side The entire institution mind, -but as time, went by they /grew I
vagabonds-on walks .
a ... ". 4800uuo your Immensity. that only a '
? Emma Y wU .. t lit Its worse and at times laid me up.I f - '
x N ladies the middle : ;.
to ;
.w M Woodall .. II 001I..1' compelling use be mentioned here - II!'
1 generalization can meld hardly walk and It was a, difficult II!' .. . ',
of the sireet'from the depot tow the ,
'with." '. .v matter to straighten after II .. I' .
moo r stoop-
: :: I II!' linH
rIUtBel"t business portion, nor men so Intoxicated f
Y:: .. .. carried Nor has tl\e'clrcl1.,department been log while the kidney secretion were .
UIH. A that had to be
,. Mid D.I. .. .. .., 7 50 OO they neglected' for more special feature irregular and unnatural Doan's Kid- ,
.. .. ... & tOeD on the-trains. . :.. ' .. ', f' .
before .
wilt -be offered than ever Pills cured From (
8800 acts ney me. personal i. '
,....... '!iWUlleOI"-t. -- Lee it be known in tbe north' of the aDd amusing '' Jl'/ ,oj'.) .." "" ., ., .' ];,.j/lr" (rt.&'-!.i' .
.. 12 46 Wl enlivened with new experience I know that this remedycan :-t': J "!1 '" .," J 1,1' '; .. .
'" : ,' .r.'__ .".( .x. III000 l high moral status of your community Antics by over two score. of< fanny. be depended' UpOn to fulllll\ therepresentations ,! t,'(40//;" \ ;,\!,;:\ : .i" r , ,!', .' -1
18 MOO provide aocomodatlons a ,$ \; . }
78.W. proper ., .' .
.. "I \ '
: made it. .
for .
clowns. / .
"iii. (WOO I.
awtltoiaa 'thous2Ddaof j :: .. ( t, .
J r K park and '' " 11 .
a etc., \ >
clubroom '
will .
herI28.1t Tbe big show exhibithere: at For sale all dealer. Price t 60cents. t ,
I. '
N..1 H SMffaa '- by ..i .
families will winter with The :: ,, ; (;::, :.t . :.
..... ... 6IIIW4fa you. :
46.14 :
Klsslmroee March-28th: Foster-Milburn.C'o. Buffalo, (. 'f. . , 1 .
> . '
:\ Brown..;..,'teacher shoot No. 26f northern tourists who come South Ii"" I ., ;iI": ;: ." : < :-; ,*.i. ., .,..
New York sole United '
iltot 45 on L agents for the,. II i"
4Mif : winter not attracted to
every are anyplace .
Mattto;t..hsr .ch.ol2$ .. S.1OOB500 SENATOR States. .
alto. Bawia Camon. teach school Ai.: .', by saloons! fully 90 per: cent BRYAN.How Remember the ,nameDoallend" :: -
t A :ui 110 of them are moral temperance people. ; :: '
n W C$7'40 . 4001EetAII. 1 ler.ter'wlt take no other. leatn '
l B1. !ago. I cannot close this QJJt. .

W v Haw. wood Kbool ,. ..... . .. 876 saying to Mr. McNamee and Senator He ii Viewed by tHe Wachieg. -- -.. ---. ,- .,-- ---,........ .
B pupil chool) 18. .ub Buokman, that we regret your ;
\ t J dlat Pumlln.8... .hauling haullnit "' .. . ..,No..*,.3.. tlllGcl entrance In our struggle for a higher to. Press. THE WORLDS GREATEST SEWING MACHINE !II '' fw r
ilanrer. puplU
.J.lib J dU No S ,. '. .. 1000 aDd nobler civilization.., Our business The Washington/ Herald of recent t
C 8 Starilna- hauling pupil achool) No 112 \. men hare told von plainly of dace contains the following in regardto LIGHT RUNNING .
.. .... .. .. :
.. THEY ,
our Increased pro.perU01 Senator W. ;J. Bryan, of Florida,
..,haol :S!*
;2 .. J .K..beNOS.. ... ,*.pupil.. . .. .. .. lessening of crime, of the greater which will be read with Interest by J w.sass..ea..a..aa..a...'
; 3 H walker hauling pupil Mhool'\! pub comfoft of the. families of the laboring his friends here: w ot >m i
... .. _... .. IS 00
i{ J dial R Smith No 4 labor.chool' 1 . . . 150 class, since our saloons were closed. Senator Bryan, of Florida, Is still 'THE. STYLEWeHave ,
'< ItTalkMr Coa-iweir, Co;, canoolla-I The cool reception accorded you by coqflned to a hospital. Tbe youngest '
ttwi mn. 1600lL the citizens of Kissimmee cannot fait senator has had rather a gloomy .. .
;. W B Maklnaon; ; 1 ..: 1 44H to show you were unwelcome experience siTice he. was appointed \ '

(:I ti; ;" WJSeara apr .. ,. IncldenUl.,.. . ... ..Waihlpcton. .. .i.. > .and. M\ guests.Yours truly to fill the unexofred: term of the. late I :: ... . ,'I .
JNO. E. ENNIS. ; II 1.
The rOIlO.IDIl' reaol\itions\ wereP : Senator Mallory. J '
'passed: Boon after coming to. .Washingtonhe -

( .Uslmmee, Fla., March 3, 08. suffered an attack of malaria, and I i Y i ; .
Whti-eas' the. election in Sub-Dis Ferry's Free Seed Book. he had hardly recovered, when he J Y ". ": ..." ...,,_ a' Ak1'o:' rJ
I -trict PJ6. 3was held two ago; was stricken with typhoid fever. It eiI'! I
years thousands 'i ; se
b ; ) For half a century and has taken a mild form, but. has kept .; i
; thousands of farmers and gardener.have .
t anuvyhereas under the law It it now regarded "Ferry's Seed Annual" him away from the senate for several. ,' .2\\ .

\ '. time to hold .another election to de the best guide only for the weeks. 1 w
as not buyIng -
t' Up to the time he- was obliged/ to ia ?
tide tine amount 'of mill sire to assessed of seeds..but for their plantingand :: ;
bed Senator Bryan was constant
take -
yearly for the next two years, to
;. Dally reference to its text
.', !( 'and also to elect the trustees for the In his attendance at the capitol.He .
'illustrations It be. the
': proves has not made a set speech but ItSt'"Styles. .

::7:'t, ;. 4 next"Resolved two years, That; an election beheld son.actual The beginning new edition of>a for successful 1U08 is sea-now on several occasions has entered into w. Them in.l ( !I ''
and each time : .
the debates"* gave .
' ','. ,' debator
) s i.w1alttHr, Florida. In and for Sub- evidence his. ability as a I
the for
....\\l District No. 3 to decide the'amount of publishers a copy. and of the fact that he Is well Informed . "
.. I 11 Is a high tribute' the house of '
4. milage to be assessed annually fort D. M. 'Fel'r)' & Co. that two generations on questions Importance. W .1 1 : p'
of the '
.' He Is One example younger
p. "- ;'A < .- ...braears/and also to elect have plantedFerry's Seeds, a f' : ; .
"".' ''thiTTMC., next twb class of statesmen who have recently ... ... _
; .Srthe years. ... "
;: each additional year adding to the the limelight, ever >:'\ ,p- .
of- said election the I
r <; For trouble" '
that 'seed will .
full . ...
ti' !i'j:;a foUbwlnar ar/appointed: W. H. God. never arise when Ferry's seeds are ready for the fray, but always If roa ..Dteltbf"a VlhratlnjHhnttle.TtoUry V
Bartow and ..T. B.Tum- of deference for the older- and wiser Shultle or a (ICAo4a.0UOAJ wI
i"Q.!< R. A ... planted as "Ferry's Seed Annual" Sewing Machine write to .

-;1"\, blin The;' atd superintendent for clerk: John Balwden'publlo !in- says Another thev should remarkable be. feature developed heads. TNE MEW laME Oranps aEWIHI M MACHINE_ COMPANY --I Carried in 1-4 sizes. 1: :v :vif ; :

stryi'tlon Is Instructed lo publish the ? by the house of l"errIs the Senator Bryan .Improving.Latest Hanrlnv.."""hi...are made to sell\ ......'-ci.u.iitr : : : :
it. nonce of said election and to arrange method of distributing seed to dealers udyices from the' bedside -of ,but to. Mw H_.U made to 1*" ,' ,
Uror. said election as required bK law. the that the Our guaranty never ma oat .
throughout country so .'
\-1: 'W. C. BASS, Ch'm. Senator W.. ;J, Bryan who for .the B.ld eeb.rlsed dealer.sty.. ", D II' S
planters throughout.tho, country. can between .. by II .:,'111'. .. ,"
' 'it: Attest: E. E. BROWN. their home store exactly past week, has been lingering POll sAta w '
secure at .
W. .. SEARS, Supt. - life and death .at Providence ..Hospital J_' :if ; ,
what want when they want it, .
rr i: 'Kisaimmee, Fla.. March 308. with the they absolute assurance 'that It In Washington D.. C;, are very Stanford Carbon Graves I dw. t tl i iCOME
encouraging.While . _
Whereas, the election held -In-Sub- '
I Is fresh and fertile., Everyone should I
0, No;4 was held two ago; Mr. Bryan ,ls still in .a Co. Kissimm Fla :
plutrict: years send at once to D. M. Ferry & Co., Critical condition, his symptoms the ,.. .
Detroit. Mich for the 1908 edition ofFerry's
andWhereas reported to be more AND SEE
under 'the lawIt isnow Seed Annual. last day or so are --
favorable and lend hope of bib ultimate # ,
hold another election to
t tline to
.._ ..
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'4''| ;the amount ef-millaire to be assessed recovery. s
the The daily bulletins of his condition 5fJP; .
} I yearly for next two years: 1 '
c. 'il Resolved. That an election be held] County Court Jurors. published in the dally papers are .

>. jlon the 3Ist day Florida.hIn and A; for The following jurors have been eagerly of friends sought here,for all by.of whom large feel circle a I _btll.r.-rr sKrparltyadrorM........ .. ,
1908 at BaslnRer, '
an1..eWaMthw. .
drawn to at the next term of "
(I Sub-District .No. ,4 ,to-deotd.. the serve Jeep personal Interest In the brilliant. ....-. Warr.r.ha.sro.adierc.. ,
the County Court whleb-conve.nes on ,
S tii. be assessed Senator"Life .
amount of mlllatre young 'C'W'OANN"
: :
Monday,-April: 13th. i .., bec.uas .
yearly for tbe nrixt ,''two ;years, and W. I*. Weiherbee C. Mallow I. ,they know they .

also to 4lectthe trustees 'forthe next S; B.Williams J.- W. Bass Sentence for Negro Burglars. ..._as.Mnliedrp Dooe"--,,., ,

'two. year. L. H.Cohoon' J. M. I"
Bharp. vast with cheap
the .
the Some time reIideneest'ofCapt. '
of said election ago
- q ..following, For inspectors, are appointed: Frank 0, W, Ashton, Z.C. E.D. Ryals Carrel . J., W.- Collier, and Mr. ,0.. F, -i.t: :.b.;;= ..... ; .. .,." ,
A. Eo' Wbale .
Walker C.. H: L. Chandler and R..U. Beaman P.Dana Edwards here were burglarized, accounts eiecIa estert Mi.itnstIww'a ..: '

; 'iAld unaq;' and foT'cleric, .Eddle,qn. J-L.: ** ', .t irT:** 'rmSubscriptions /1 of which were published in ayIfir TH$PUTFPTJ: :: 'r *
| -j i 1,1 nrslnn n rri .i
3 lerhlWJ''. t" this paper at the .time. A few ,days ,
; t rj superintendent ,of, publlo In. ( for toe Atlanta ago/ two negroes ,were arrested ,stConoly's a .d ...... .1 ..,.. 1 WjJ',, ',." . ,' 1(
.' Vstructlon.U; 'instructed to publish the ;Journal, daily or semi-weekly, ''taken turpentine 'camp charged .ithssslBSBa.Yga. ;
.notice. of. said election. And- to arrange. .at ibis' olfoe.u . wit ,hle .w., J'Obberl.Dd burglary, ,
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Jr I, J.. -.-..-.....-.- .. \.1 *. r ably distinct enough especially toearsthat FOR'RE- fflISTINC ; i,,

were accustomed touch a

c\0 : it signal. There was considerable,! delay News'Note';

t t: THE CAM'S WARD: ilflOR i ; during which Perry stood with Florida

one ear at'tbe 'keYhole."and his foot Of _
...e".1 ..- on the step prepared for Instant flight Negro Troops, Opsted' by ;

J. Iii! A TILE OF MOltEY MADKES5. !OHO!:Ja.l should unfamiliar the to expected him. footsteps Adair crouched sound Teddy, Law is Proposed. .... ... ... ... ... ... ;-- ;! ... .... ... ...

- . .1 down behind him shadowed by ft PasseiTfor Editors.Secretary Fifty Acres of Cucumbers: &(.
JAMES PAVN.BaB .' Free r .
.. By No .
... ,._. laurel bush and watched his every ,
: a 1 .. -. .ilSSS).SB*.SBBSSBSS ..- .. . motion as a cat of tender years MATTER IN THE SENATE Appleyard/ Informs t'ha I' Fifty acres of: cucumbers have

............. S_......... ... watches a rat of dangerous dimensions iuc1'l1b'r' .of too Florida: Press! Association . planted by truck farmers north ot

5 ILL 3 view, He 'T free, 'laxcola''' asp am: experiment
CHAPTER was wet through, but For 4 of Ills Inability( to' secure Five
a wonder. Perry showed
. Continued, though that was a somewhat novel trace of'Impatience' (which convincedthe Along With Report of Investigating transportation for the coming sessionat men, who '''reside" in the neighbor_

Tbe newcomer was a magnificent experience one ot his Indoor hab- other that he had Committee from communication of Quintette a. aural station tw
been used to Special Message ,

1 i 'its, It affected him not the least The >,t PetersburgIn 1 '
( ly-handsome man, tall I I '
young very wait tinder similar circumstances miles| north of the, city bare
and broad shouldered, with -.curlJl1&btbro'o wind blew "shrill, chill," In his facer ), President, Reiterating! His Position he says; of put(, L
and number"
remained In that statuesque acres In. cucumbers "
and cut through his thin garmentsto r<'tul'lhOD11! ,
y' hair; and but for a. soft Was Received. Immediately on my
but somewhat 'strained
In the bone; but'of that too he was position till of the stale Khould the crop( be 'a .protlt ble' y
brown beard, and a' look his eyes his .- from Tampa, at the Hose
signal Was
answered.- bolt was .wlli
unconscious. The one thought In his coming year witness\
that. auggelted imperlousness.of disposition from 'the military fair I began to milk arrangements mj
quietly withdrawn 'the door softlyopened'and Reports committee on : acreage.
might have sat-or stood- mind'was Will she come to meet 'UIO annual meeting! of tire aUsoclatlon. -, j larger The, planters c
him, and where?". .That'any after a word or'twoas affairs were presented to (the senate for
; assigna- before they planted
for Ahlluous. I9cc pt for his frame It held In St. Pe, the crop, Wltb'
seemed by
the tone) -of"objection which Is 19 bo
d however there was little of 'Greek tion could have been made between Wednesday In regard to the Investigation prominent vegetable aler o'
these two on tbe part of the person within the tersburg. In view of the recent dente : not .
seemed Indeed I
r about him, and"fcertalnjy none In' his most unlikely young man was admitted. of ttte affray at Ilrowna- I railroad comndesion'that. [' t<> liand'e'.the crop, but also to IJI '
or Perry would have not have Jon of the
bead. His complexion: not :
was only
\ market the ,
fresh but flushed; and as he carelessly been'so disappointed (as he undoubted When tbe.door had opened to Mr.Ferry's vile! :Texas, which resulted In {the, r no iirranpcnicnt" could be made with and Cucumbers Inf
s ,ly had been ) at not Miss signal It was at -the touch ofa lino for than op) was sold before It wss.pled > $;
nodded' to his male acquaint seeing discharge without honor of three companies thh) vailoiia transportation *
female hand 'indeed, but it notSdphy'l. and it la'the
Gilbert at was Intention
the ball but-lt to
.b y'
; It
antes wbo'fere numerous enough was pos advertising, I decided to find\ out
of of
sible-for anything seemed posslblto negro the,2'wentyAfth thu \oeetableii'Ia Car! load lots 'Wa'I"
they now and then nudged one another were possible .for our organisation toI't as
and shrugged their shoulders: the young scholar's jealous soul--" Thla woman was much taller hada I Infantry. At the same time } an 'lerC'ororc.I the only basis upon which the1, i t.
the name ii.rte8lcs \
None of them ventured however, tp that they had some means of meeting somewhat coarse complexion, and ; a message was received from the 'pre3i | Itie following ors would consentto, sendinguiitcd / bxtyd'
therefore addressed
; 'tell him what was in their thoughts; whenever they pleased.' If so, he wore a cap on her head of that 'de i Id<:nt calling attention to the fact that men to look After the: '
was resolved to find It out, That he scription which Is termed "fly-away," : the' letter to the chiilrmaii of the commission picking \\
forHerbert Perry was not a man to testimony taken by the committee nod fchlpping. The cucumbers:
had persuaded himself was his sole much affected by lady's maids. She ittnchliiji iUi>j-Ho the vfrrljus II are to'I
whom the most' intimatefriend Ibo
even sustains I
hlaposition discharging the '
In Ice II.n'll'pSaced
could with prudence have l hinted that motive; but If he could have examIned Was good looking, but her eyes were forule'that have1 been "c'nt-to membersberelofore. j I In refrli ;
soldiers. He j cats
his heart he could rather too small for her and negro ex- I erutor and as the planting
after a boating supper it Is Injudicious perhaps have face tension The following le n copy ham
found another. had a'cunnlng'look' which. In ono of of the time .for re-enlistment ';just been flulshed they will be In tiJ'eaily '
for to to letter
some people come a of iny : ,
Aa to, what should be her posltldn, suggested Intrigue. On of the discharged men wUo might 'be I '' markets The '
the growing of
(\ball. Ills glance roved with bold'in.query bearingof J lion.( U. Hudson... nthr. Chairman Railroad ca
I. from on I young; lady to another a young gentleman bound upon a the present occasion however, the found1 no* to fall within the terms' of 1 (.'ollllllis"l:>n; TulahasMiV: Ha.IXIIP .- cumbers Is somewhat, of a d Iart'ure;

; and as they revolved In the clandestine Interview wltb his be- expression of her face on catching I the order. Sir I nm. to tall to- o!'ji dally on.a larg. scale but I Itb'Mlveed "lay;
mazy dance before him his disappointed loved object there may be different sight of her midnight visitor, was one I There were four reports from the I : .arranging ; will be prontable., .' ;
expectations seemed to give opinions 'but Mr. Herbert Perry's 'of mingled alarm and anger. She : committee-tho majority being signed Kftlu-r .tu-! members <>f the (\<'Ciitlv "

manner was certainly made, Indeed (though this was doubtless committee( of Ih.' Klaild.i fleas Association .1 UOriil
3 way to anger He stood at the op- unlike any- ; by senators Warren I.o: thing one would have expected under hula feint) though she would to make i preparation' for the Case, ,'
of the to that In !
posite corner: room DuPont, Tallaferro. Poster, Ovc-rnian, I
which Adair (his watcher) had taken such circumstances. At first he IndUlged have closed the. half-opened door In Frazier and McCrrary. itnniiiil 1I1IIIIC.: which will I lie, held 1 nrgummts were heard b)'. th u..

his stand stroking his beard and In very bad language, snatchesof his face had he not thrust in- his A minority-Foraker report this >ear at SI. Petersburg.( So nsY Hiiliivnio, court cf Florida ,a few dart" +
which were borne upon the wind strpng fingers and prevented It. was signed by Senator ago III habeas corpus proceedings! Init
frowning heavll)'. Adair, though! he > lit pr''< pared I'Vn M a v set together,
was disappointed too, seemed to de- to toe cars of "his pursuer; whereas "You must be mad, Mr. Perry to Scott, Dulhely and HenH>n\\'IIY. I d 1<> lie to ask If there Is any rnliiiK .t t lbe cafe of Jeorge C. ScuJamorn W

rive great pleasure from his. discomfiture. It Is surely usual to husband one' come here at such an hour as this," A supplemental report signed by of the rimnil'-RlMi. or liny law, I that ;Iv-gfd! faulting cashier of the Pee-

oaths for the presence of the young; she exclaimed indignantly. I SenalorsVarren, I-cdgt. Warner and ortatlori l Ie's: Miuik and Trust'company.of Pcst t,
lady and even then to use only those "Why did not jour mistress.como Dul'ont declares that under Iho; ev1- will prevent the various tran i> '
w "She is not coming my young I sacola. .
of fealty and devotion. Instead of to the ball" he Inquired sternly and line,* iHBiilnjr to 1.11111'1..1.. the conrU'- ,,ritcadar'ttre
friend," be' scornfully murmured to I deuce It is shown that the assault wasperpetrated :
cautiously keeping under the shadow without taking the least notice of her I nl!<>s ChilL th,-y-hau' hc'ietoffcri! ,. -that iJ.transportation appeared Incourt In cuvV, |
himself; "and even If she does- comer bf members of the battalion -
',f Sheriff
of the houses, he took the indignation. and fr iii the ineptIIIK toJay Vanpelt, accompanied y
middle t a
2' it Is a wet night! and there will 'be i! but that ft la reasonable to believe
c{ no wandering with her In the Roundabout of the pavement, and that with the And'what is that to you, sir? I that all of the soldiers: were notconcerned for an editorf l a newspaper nodule ill Ills and apparently took no:

'. ," swagger of a dragoon In spur: So mean," she added alarmed by the ;: ( lady ini-inlicr( } of iris Immediate! liitfrt'int III the ceedlngs., Ilia at' -o s
} Once their far from looking like an evil-doer; heavy frown that gathered on his'j In the commission! 'of the lit toinc.VH claim/ that be Is Illegally heldts""
+r only eyeaf met. OnPerry's ,' family) ? I am attaching! i to euplea(
crime: cither
part recognition was not Immediate his air gave the inpreanlon of one brow "what was there In her not 1 as principals: or aeeeeso- of circulars that ale 1I>IIllIy Lent out and lucre U no legally adjudged 10"'Ii

.' ; his perceptions never very who suffers under a vehement sense going that can excuse your coming rjes. They recommend that It would I to iiiriiiberi, and, which Ih. railroads nine statute tender which he was ads" .
of wrong, and who la resolved to take be J justice to restore U; all cf the innocent
quick were dulled with 'his recent here? You have no right--** have h,'ieo'' ire hOI..d.aft'.r. ; arinnn"" Judged I Insane! and ordered committed "
potallons; but under the ot e.r'a'con- the remedy In his-own hands. Even "I have a right." he. Interrupted, men the rights and privileges1'hl'h' '
lu the state hospital for the !
lnsan .
then; hud been nude. Anearly .
Miih\ ) t
when the wind and rain had cooled 1 had I nii'iiH)
tlnued gaze memory -awoke within with grim distinctness. "Let me In. ( accrued to team by reasonof ,
,, ltHru igiH5 5 that there was no notlcs"is _
) :
him a little and these reply will Rrrally .1:1(1'
symptoms of And the reslstenca of their
4' blm. Ills face blazed with wrath ignoring her previousservice In the army.
... .. and he stepped forward as If about Indignation disappeared, tbera was well. knit and far from delicate arm I A bill is I,"fiiUd authorizing: the I In r."> IM I rec-litj the follow I yen defendant and trial' by Jury wu'. a

t, to cross the room; then, as Adalr nothing In his behavior 'to 'sugg st as though It were a cobweb he president within one year after' the ': IIIK : :Mr. T..I. Applc'i.irJ.i S( eretarjFlorida ,il ,
t passion or secrecy. Once Indeed he In and closed I 1 I. City. no power to confer ujion county'>
r withdrew his glance with-a pretenseof pushed-hlr way the door passage of the act to authorize the 1I i i ( Press As cjatlon! -ike :j
Indifference, ;attdr fixed It upon luddenly, vanished 'from the eyes of behind him. J j enlistment 1.'la-IJ.u' Sir: UV unte you ask If Judge I ,power"to adjudge Insane ndWj
ills .; of any ofUrn men whom I II
some. other object his anger seemed pursuer, who himself kept tar "And now, Mrs Jeannette Perkins, I there. > IH any mllim of the crniinlsslon coinmlt persons tf an asylum. They

CL to give place to contempt;' he mut aloof and as much out of sight as where Is your mistress I'J;' w
pellslb! In case the other'should the shooting. ,
tared to himself: "The man is a cur; : "Where everybody but a poor input.AiruiiKements. ,
it will be time to throttle blmjf )be look" behind hlpi; but In a moment ady's maid Is, or ought to be at this The Brownsville affray occurred on hues luxiiintk Iraiixpoilatlon( r.
or two he emerged from his conceal the nlsht of to members of the press lucludiiiK a 1
; ventures to glva tongue. time o! n'lght-asleep In her bed. August 13-14. 1906. The
.t If he thought that Adair was a ment more conspicuous even tba ,before ."She Is not a very early bird 'In war dp"artmenf conducted a hurried lady member of the\ family; ,, to and from ; were closed at Pen. 1a
I ; he had only taken advantage ofa I the meeting of 'tho Florida Press AHBO- facola a few days ago by local exc.
coward. Mr. Perry's judgment was general, observed tbe 'young man Investigation of tbe shooting, and aa a
t eyen< less acute than usual Tbe doorway to light up a huge cigar. incredulously'and "especially on ball result t, Prerddent Roosevelt ordered.the elation. i i'porters to handle 10OOO'.tou8.of coil'.jeah ,

former had actually had' it'In his Suddenly the moon came out and nights. Why didn't she go to the I discharge; without honor of the three Replying, beg to fay that we are | month for the National Railway,*
mind stare at shone upon his face. The"traces of ball" of Mexico, who are to export; tblsa t;
ra by long-continued m' , _ f companies of negro soldiers who were Bending you herewith copy cf the cominlKfijn's / .
his wine ana or anger'ball vanished from "THat'ls the second time have' of coal for '
to, goad him on quarrel. you then ruling on the qu.'Hllon of amount each month to4fnext
stationed-at Fort Urown. Senator
+ 1t
s If he could bars Induced Perry to and a certain necessity for caution. .I asked that question Mr. Perry, free" or reduced transportation, and twelve months, .making. total120."ooo o(''
which he had now begun to 1- Poriker soon( after congreari' convenedIn \
disgrace blmself public he would ex per though there's do! > one so fit to an- ; tons to be handled. The coalrt! +
we are also sending you, under
engave, It an expression of December 1900, raised a questionas separate
tr_ have cheerfullyrun tbe personal risk swer It as yourself.. How could she, which Is from the Alabama's
a thpughtfulneas. As his pursuer as the president's right to discharge cover, marked copy of the law. td come ..
to which'ILwould have undoubtedly I go after what happened this evening I ( ..
i shrank Into avoid"' I wish to call attention niliir, In to be loaded Into bessels atMiiMriiRee ..,
\be to
exposed him, As the night wore on,* .the hedge .to ," Ihe men and Investigation by the com-, your seeeten -
t; the'olber glow more impatient; once effulgence-bis own keen, face, full VI: did not hear of anything having mlttee on military affairs was ordered. 2919, general statute,' which lea wharf 'bere'tbe coal shut..* ?

t or twice be passed Into the refresh of Intelligence, but also of stealth and happened" returned the. young man part of the railroad; comniUnlon law, wlltiuaitl the company! 'to load a vertu::;

ment room from which he emerged bate looked very poor beside it. 'It sullenly. LARGE SUM FOR AGRICULTURE. and to say thai the railroad commissioners ail .In" one day, and the heavy ,ship--

.with.heightened. '' ;;ofty l again toecau'lu was the cas _of Hyperlon to'a satyr ;'Ah 'then; I did! What I'heardwas "t/4/, :\ :; f '. \ :, ,>: ,I:. ,', In making, thelr"rlllln'g"11a" .i',iI meiitiiij'wlll" :' add' ,,,. tb'the. ,', businessOftlhe
vain\ the countenances of the and Adair felt the contrast. It was that while my mistress" was sitting Appropriation Bill Reported vHoiiss'' 'con ltne4lhemvelre'i'/; / ; '.letter. oflh !, inrt ,%'l)( \ux-I",;fi..'P:.T...' vi', +,TIlawex .
"'II'! f.
dancers for her/he sought.; At last 10.wonder, he confessed to himself ata window ,,.of the. canon'. i : ;\ ," I I,,
:;! / u i' < Iri agolh of he .
\ : a'x J wrlal' xwas .
j ,
" between his teeth that the fancy of a iKftiwCarrls: $11,431,346.4\ ''Wl.I., ;;: :.!.
> ,
witha smothered (oMb. ,;: he left the foolish girl ignorant, the higher 1 rooms". and the. procession pasl- \\ :; The rlcnitural appropriation\ bill' you' know"."'we'8' a reTcli rrited'fwpreventing 111 1\.Fbll': ,Ij1heDlln'1\-.n1f\ >d fa
place, and, shouldering his way without Ing; a :young gentleman as ought to N1. often *
mathematics should have_been taken was reported to thehouse Wednesday discrimination and have taken Marion, C.,- to complete' a' term -
much'courtesy tbrong1tbe have known better stood up Tn a
"' throng, reached the outer hall A by such a map And there was. no boat and drank her health. out of a It carries a total appropriation of $-11- an cath t} uphold! the co.inlllutlon years'' Imprisonment. for: hlghwit
;wInd had arisen and was driving the doubt that It had been so, quart pot." 431.348, which Is 11,420,005 less than and the laws of Florld.i. In \lew of robbery, hall been conveyed to th't"t ""

rain In sheets through the deserted As" he had all along suspected, his "I didn't stand up," remarked Mr. tho total amount asked for by the department the way_ the law stands the ronnnl., point from Tampa by Sheriff 11. R'T'

k' town. rival! was going to the Laurels where Perry indignantly of agriculture. Blonors could not hold 1 otherwlxe. Mar.hburn of Marlon, who carne for hint }? ;

"Will you have a fly, Mr. Perry?" she would probably give him a secret "Maybe because you couldn't," The bill carries an Increase of $248- The commissioners did not net In with extradition |iapjrs. feebler arjf

Inquired ono .of tho ticket porters Interview; It should not, however, If was the sharp rejoinder. "Indeed 720 for"the weather' bureau, making a this matter until they were Tully nvUed ,\, lived In Tampa some weeks ago and \\f.'

who.knew him. he Could help it, be an unseen one nobody who was in 'his right 'senses total for this bureau of 1662260. The by counsel.! You will note "In the took /H i onlirnn ai motorman. on the,1, t
"Curse your flies!" was the 'curt Perry had stopped, and'.for the first could possibly have put such dl..... '
time was looking suspiciously behind increase Is chiefly due to_.the provisions -panic pamphlet sent:: you under depurate ICliMMkeoinimiiy'i street cars, and. :
rejoinder as In his thin patent boots grace upona young lady. 'II'3M
) cover chapter 5ti21, laws of J911;. \\ rented by the Tampapoll' >
him. for the .
ec. and evenlnll-. dress he stepped into Then he left the road; and "I didn't mean to do anything of construction weather "

} the street with nothing but' 'his"'cap passed through/ the gate that opened that kind of course," said the other t bureau buildings, Including! one at which would also prevent any discrimination !while so serving tbe-police haYlnl-re' ;"

i and gown to shield him from the upon the gravel-sweep .before the exchanging his Injured. tone for one Richmond, V a., and for thf restoration even If the railroad commission qtiosts to look out for and apprehend

storm. house The moon was now obscured of apology. | of the buildings at Mount Weather, destroyed did 1 not )lass upon It. him. ,

"That's a queer chap!" observed gain' and Adair emerging from "I suppose you thought It was payIng by fife last October.. Yours truly r'

the custodian of the hats and coats the hedge, followed close upon this her a compliment. Her friends H. HUDSON 1IURH, Chairman. j In obedience to resolutions adopted

to The ticket porter. ootsteps. In his haste -andexciter however, did not think so, at all BANKER ANDERS INDICTED. j at a mass 'meeting of 'citizens{ demandIng -,*! '

c' "Ay! but a good plucked one" ob- ment the gate which the; other bad events; and they took care that she There continues to be developments the removal of the marshal .04,111!

served the other admiringly. caution, was torn from his less powerful should run! no risk-of another* such In Tampa which policemen of Ocala from ) .,'
create a general office
5 Charged With Embezzlement' of Funds prevalent
fingers the wind and
The euloglum was correct In more by' being paid h'er' the same evening cell '
; u
clanged behind him. and ,U Under Bond. opinion that there Is a branch cial meeting of the Ocala city
than one sense for Mr. Herbert Perry And that's why my: poor dear ;young 1'
bad been far from successful In his He had but just time to throw himself lady was not at the ball this even- N. T. Anders, president of the Commercial of the Black Hand or other similar organization was held when the' matter was duly -1

upon the ground the '' operating In the city. A and promptly considered. After a, .
university examinations; but It was among Ing." bank at' Jackson and former pc
curious, considering the rudeness shrubs when Perry, attracted by the "She could have gone It she chose president of the Central Bank of Mississippi few days ago -a meeting of prominent good deal of talking and parleying f' '

with which the man had been treated noise, ran back! to-the spot. Had he for all that I'll bet a shilling," returned has been indicted by the\ Italian residents was held In the office a resolution dismissing, !! Marshal' Cleveland -: y

he should have been eulogistic at found blm there would probably have the young fellow sulkily Hinds county, Mdseisslpl, grand juryon of .f'well known business man of '' and Policeman Dean was adopted. '-

all. been.murder done, though not neces- "Then to come here at this time the charge of embezzling $25,000 that nationality at which some drags W. C Bull was elected marshal tq: /

Scarcely had he left the hall, and arlly 'by the stronger man. Prone of night in your sober senses with a from the latter. In'rtltutlon.': Anders Immediately tic measures are said to have been 1 suceed Cleveland; and John Orover' 'f
as he was on the wet earth. Adair I '
ere the attendant had closed the door
of all Th(41f
reckless disregard consequences adopted ferret out the policeman to succeed Dea
contrived .to take out gave bond. The .Central bank whereabouts G. 1-r..
against the driving rain when a wellsharpened -
young gentleman from the ball-second Knife, with which he had deftly to rile my and dear abominable.young mistress" -Is most of Mississippi was placed in the handsof of the gang of Black Handers If such I were several applicants\ for eachplace" i ri. ,

!21' room demanded his cap and gown mended many a pen In examinations, "I wanted to know whyshe was a receiver several slays ago: exists The meeting was held In secrecy ; f

$ and snatching them from the attend- and open It. He was not a man to not at tbe ball." only those specially Invited to I "

ant's band followed on the other's submit to chastisement however well "Well now you do know-go." SLAVER OF PRIEST TO DIE. participate being present and none of The extensive fuller's earth' )lUn '

beels. deserved. The other however after And Miss Jeannette-though the these will divulge what. action was ''of the Atlantic Refining company fcf w

."Well he is In a hurry!" ejaculated a brief ezamlnatlon,.appearee! to ascribe name given to her at tbe baptismal Giuseppe Alls Found Guilty and Sentenced taken. Manatee was destroyed by fire a few 1.

the custodian"Blest It he the matter to accident He bad font had In fact been Susan, which to Be Executed. I days ago. The plant was located on.,

'ain't gone and left his great coat behind not It seemed shut the.gate, as he suited better perhaps with ber patronymic At the atate meet of the Knights of the north bank of the !Manatee rev ."
him." I ha4 intended' to do, and cursing his "Is there no appeal These were I <
Perkins pointed to the Pythias In St. Petersburg Miami waa near Ellenton and was valued ,\It. :
".Why yes." replied the porter own carelessness In not having done the only words spoken by Giuseppe )
door with a dramatic gesture worthy elected as the meeting of about $100,000 't> 4tz;
next place covered 7Insurance.
so, he passed Alia when informed
peering out Into the storm; "and to on. of a French melodrama. Her vigorous by an Interpreter i
see the way In which he Is cutting .;r; *. onslaught had been too much for In court at Denver that the jury found the grand jodge.. The following officers Every effort "was made to 4' .
after Mr CHAPTER IV were elected: J. Emmet Wolf, save the property, but without Bvalih>! {|
4 Perry yonder, one would Mr. Perry; men of his class can seldom j him guilty of murder in the first decree
think he was his lady love. They The Waiting-Maid. stand against a woman's righteous and fixed sentence at death. grand chancellor; H.Clay Crawford, I -- '

r don't look much of a muchness neither Perry glanced up at the windows; Indignation unless shehappens Just eighteen days after firing the grand vice chancellor; H. H. Rlchard- Governor Broward has removes '" "

x do*they T I should say that second those of the sitting rooms were dark, to' be his wife. He bad come to the / shot which killed Rev. Leo eon, grand prelate; W. 11. Latlmer, Robert A. Jackson, sheriff of Hfllsborv; :'

one never feathered "an oar ort but a light still glimmered the top Laurels under'a vague sense of Ill- the church altar wMle In the act grand keeper of records and seals; ough county from omee on the grounds ,
doubled his fist In his life. story. He moved the back treatment be was Indignant abSophy's J William C. West
; of administering the sacrament, this grandmaster of exchequer of drunkenness while In office and appointed r
"A mugger, that'a what he Is," of the house and took a similar observation absence from the ball and I ; H. S. Hampton, grand master ; ."

wanderer from Italy, an anarchist I Edward D, Hobbs to succeeoh4
said the other .
contemptuously "amugtar"
; : of It; tbat side was dark. wanted to know the "reason whypartly /? "g
at arms E. P. Roberts of-
; !In-
n heard his doom him. Both for the ,
Thursday. candidates
(a comprehensiveterm understood are ,
Perry uttered his usual exclamation: otdl8appolntment ; perhaps because he suspected aide guardian. ,
v to Include all persons with .- a noun of three syllables the reason,; he knew that be had flee In the coming primaries. :

I. an ;ambition. for university dlstlno- generally understood to be the earned her reproaches by drinking VIRGINIA CLUBS HARD. HIT ,\

,tloa), Copyright divines. Ha was evidently her bealtb-on the 'river; and there The Irish potato at Hastings'la:j The women 'of :Tallahassee are de! .1'

Though Adair bad, pursued his puxiled what to -do. After a fore, wished to establish a grievance : Byrd Bill, Closing All Bars on Sunday looking fine, the stand Is go d' and the termhiod to have clean;'leaithy and

:, y rlvaj (for such.'It was clear whether moment's' reflection; however, he on his own'account; But Jeannette Goes'.Into Effect. crop will be earlier by two weeks If 1 ,:

fe ? sL. ,:;with good reason or .not,. he'considered. mounted some Iron steps that led bad routed him' He took up his battered -. For the first time In the history of there Is no more cold. The local b\iil- | beautiful city. Both the "Town' Im- (, .f

'1 taacy.him to be from the garden to the drawlag room college cap: andmuttering a .yirglola uo.liquor .can be bad at the J net league has taken hold of the good j pi'ovement Association and the Wotf.;

: balcony and 'also tq a'' door' which &grudging apology about "not knowing ,various\ social" clubs, roads matter In a practical way and fcan's club ire working, with: renew rr'
., hdlelnot'eacape him at the outset.'Directly gave egress to some smaller chamber it'was quite so late," and .an ,ungracious having built a jail to hold the '
be of ;'The Byrd bill closing all bare on prisoner -; ed Interest toward 'Oiai L 'e'nd.lAt. ,
caught tight him strld- I :
probably a lady's boudoir; and takinga hope that the young lady's head the sent'' :
1 ilnjf'rapidly In the direction be Sunday, went'lnto effect on the 15th, county authorities: have '' recently"p/ ',
as half
crown from his pocket struck, would not 'be so ,, bad but that she : 'several I meeting this club' >
had anticipated, of Trumplsgtonstreet with.St the brass around the keyhole could be seen the next day, he >passed> ,and even, at the oldest and moat Influential prisoners but to work on the Interesting reports ;were given' of fie. .4

;;b. :slackened". 'pace; 'conAeatlng twice: :Amid the roaring of the.wind: out Into the night. clubs no Intoxicating .drlnfcp roads In and around Hastings.. Good work being done by .this', .body ,.aD* '
himself with keeping .him in the blow, ;was" unheard_'without but ,... To be Continued '.'J Ily wt; were,, served. '1t 1 I,:road material' Is ban
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Be Greatly chinged'If Important iy'i. wi'thJseve-re

:Srrjall ,Hope for Anti-JugBllls Who,"Worked" Quaker, I .. .Conferences-': should at be Frultful.White ; House, r- ,? A'J.une White' 'Headaches',

Pending']- Congress.SUBCOMMITTEE [ v State Convicted; '- ,, .';AKaco; Can Perpetuated when .
1 '. ;:, Wa blllC'tolupeclal.a.1. An'Important r rv
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. . *.' { ii-' conference pas held at-the. white : _

) DECIDES. ALL CHARGES: SUSTAINEDNotorious ( ( house Wednesday .night and la1 'a so" 'CUOTHS' ROOSEVELT/ 4 a

: sense,. was continued. ,. Thursday, respecting ., ' .. ...:....... -
Proposed amendments to the Sherman

to the States Delegation In Regulating'Police Powers Capitol Building' Scandal and antitrust law. The change ,In the President Makes Strong and Pointed

ments' of Intoxicants Is De Wholesale dealing Came out only law, It Is expected will' be proposed White House to Delegates

.After Democrat Wes along the lines suggested by the conference .. x
ClareJ Unconstitutional.A Elected. Attending 'congress on, "WeN. ww4y MIx1 1"
ot'the civic federation held In "
--- Stats'Treasurer; Will Cure You.
'"Chicago 1iweeke ago. No concrete fare of, the Child
Washington special says:: The' .. -' results were reached, and It Is % I The liver Im the maln-sprtnfj for tho xrbolo body. Tn expect,
_ raapect for the enactment of'any'P'ro The Jury In the first of the capitol To do so,
.4 likely that further conferences will be A Washington special lays: The good health one must keep tho liver! in good order. '
b on blue, giving to states thregulaUod' o regulator. Id needed. HorbfiM will put your liver In the condition
dry ,
: conspiracy tJaac.I' to be tried gave a understood white 'house the scene 'Tuesday
of interstate "tblpmonts of held. The president,, It Is !. was : It should be and you Trill,not antler from headaohee.
verdict Friday night of guilty as to deslroaa that bill embodying the
f. Is a of the, formal opening ot the .first
liquor upon crossing the (border: oft every one of'the four men yho have conclusions of the conference.. If guy: International Congress A POSITIVE CUREFOR
: tuch : on the Wejfare
state exceedingly'slim. far
so been"on trial In Harrlsburg. 1).a., for be reached, be submitted to congress
", this cession of congress is cm- the last seven weeks. The men found 'for' passage, at this session. of the Child, which Is being held under -' J CONSTIPATION,, CHILLS AND

;'forned. ,. guilty are: Participating In the conference were tbe auspices of the National'Moth FEVER, BILIOUSNESS MALARIA

Monday' subcommittee of the sen John II. Sanderson, contractor; Wll* Secretary ers' COMPLAINTS.
the president Secretary Root Congress. The two hundred delegates AND,ALL LIVER .
ate judiciary committee decided Ham P. Snyder former auditor general Garfield General Bona
representing all the states and
against .
the constitutionality of 'Such W L.. Mathjes former state treasurer "Commissioner ,
; parte Herbert Knox Smith Of Good.
leginlation 2' territories, and a dozen or more of the Has Done A
: by,a vote of 3 to Senators and' :James M. Sb.umak' former: of.Corporations Seth Low/' for

( Bacon and ,Kelaon voted to report superintendent of public 'buildings and mar"' mayor ,of1 New'' York; Samuel leading countries of the, world, were ,! Mm. O. D. Fhilley, Marble Fall Texas, wrlles i "Ihare
the Hacia bill. Senators Fulton new received and find It the beat liver corrective I have ever
.grounds Motions for trials were Gotupers, president of the American! at the white houso during the need llerblne
Rayiner and Knox voted, Tho tried. It done my family' as well aa! myself A world of good,
'h. made; In each case. Federation of Labor Victor I :Morawe> afternoon when President Roosevelt and I recommend it to aU my; friends. I never cvUler from
Wiull meets March 23, and Tito maximum penalty, for each defendant ,
general counsel l for the Atchison delivered an 'address' to them, saying headache. anymore.
will consider the two'reporta. in this case !Is two years' Imprisonment ka 'apd 'Sula ,Fe .rallrcad. and Francis SOc WILL. 'BUY IT.
The full committee met later In the In part:, -
t, and 91,000 fine. Lynde Stetson, of, the firm of' J.
day;,and discussed the reixi4'by the The four"men were convicted of defrauding P.: Morgan tt Co., of New York. "Tbe ucce.liul.mot. he..* tho mother Ballard Snow Liniment Co.
':, members of the subcommittee which thj state of about 113,000.000. It Is said that.the proposed changesare who does her! port in rearlns: and train

considered the bill. Legal argument t. Instead of $4,000,000' the Bgjre at of sweeping Importance and inter- Ing aright' the boys and Slrl..h are' 500-503 N., Second St.,, ST. LOUIS,, MO.

were made for and against the proposed which the contract was estimated. est. ,Inasmuch as, It'' crystallized Into to oe the men and women of the next
{ legislation: but there was no division caste generation, Is of greater use to the
The present constltutad one of law, It would mean practically a rejuvenation r
to Indicate what the prospects! the longest Jary trials In the historyof ot the Sherman anti-trust community and occupies If she only Sold and Recommended'by

.:.J are for a bill being reported: to the Pennsylvania,courts, having begunIn act While no agreement was reached: would realize. It. morn honorable, as ct!
i; ointe. The arguments were not accepted January 27 and It attracted much attention Indicatedthat well as a more Important position
the trend of the discussion For' Sale at, ROBERSON'S DRUQ STORE. '
and It was agreed Anally to throughout the country. a common ground of ,, der tand. than any successful-man In It. _._ .. "' .. '
have the views of the! members printed The prosecution of the alleged Ing shortly will be reached and that "Nothing In this life that Is really r 'f

Hearings/ on thesa measures' have frauds was the outcome of the political perhaps withIn a week a measurewill worth having comes save at the cost of ,KISSIMMEE

t been held covering aln\) t the entire upheaval In Pennsylvania In 1905 be drafted which will ba atlsfactor r effort No life( of celt-Indulgence; ,. of

present session, and,the bills wore advocated which resulted In the election of. William to all parties. mere vapid p'casure: can. possibly even 1

by representatives of practically II. Berry, a democrat, as state The 'particular Interest 'ot the labor In, the one point ot ploasure Itself,

: all of the states where there I.a Is treasurer In the fall' of (hat year* officers 1. to secure an amendment to yield so ample a rewarj as comes ,to RIVER :ROUT'E'

strung prohibition sentiment.1'ie Harry threw of>en the books of the the Sherman anti-trust law which will the mother at the cost of self-denial .
null'prohibitionists aro pleased, of effort of suffering, childbirth, of the -
state .treasury and showed that the exempt them from the practical operation LILUE: 'HOSEADA.
though not 111 rl)rl aE"d with the action cost of building the capitol waa'more conspiracies long, slow, patldace-trylng work of STEADIER BTKAMKR ,
of the act as to Captain Clay Johnson, Sr. Captain Clay Johnson Jr
a} of, the ssaata .ub-cDmmltle, and they than three tunes the .amount of the restraint of trade. A proposition' of bringing up the children aright No
Regular weekly trips to Ilasstnger a'>d return., Roseada leaves Klislav
are' claiming In great glee that the contract scheme "education, no social attltudo
that kind now Is pending\ congress see Tuesday morning and arrives f.lsslmmee
action will check tho wave of prohibition can be right unless It I* based fundamentally jTrlday evening
The case was laid before the attorney of the ''
In the opinion of some '
but Special Charter
d Trips to Lake Oke.a'ubee and Fort Myere on the LIU*. t
that has been sweeping. over general and Indictments were participants in the white ,house con upon the recognition of seeIng Comfortable accommodation for passengers. Rates reasonable.
tho tha't the girl Is trained to understand .
found against fourteen unconstitutionalif
ference. It would be ( Tbe.most picturesque Waterway In Florida.For .
If ceugrets declines to protect' the When the cases now pending agal'.stthe ; enacted In Its present shape the supreme dignity, the 'supreme Passenger and, Freight' Rates apply to 0
a dry states, they ask, what then Is the tour persons who wore' convictedare usefulness ot motherhood .* CLAY JOHNSON. Sft.. Proprietor. _
'tiso or the sense In voting liquor out concluded "Unless, the average woman is a
the other defendants MORSE 'AND CURTIS ANSWER.. On board "JjJUlle.- ICtssImmee, ru ,
tf a state? will be heard. good witiS'and good mother, unless she
It simply diverts the business and bears a sufficient number children
Two Ex-Banker Plead Not Guilty of
ends, they elfin," thousands of dollars NO FIGHT ON BUCKET SHOPS. so that the rice shall Increase and
out of a state to adjoining territory Crooked Dealings. not decrease, miles she brings up 'f : t,__

t ,.and In this connection they<< point Secretary Straus (sues an Official Explanatory -, Chtrles W. Morse, the former bank these children sound In soul and mind Idleness aaMischief-Ma k f.1

to the- thousand of dollars that are Statement : er, and ,Alfred II. Curtis, formerly and body-unless this js true of the

daily being tent out of 'Atlanta toChattanooga Washington dispatch says To correct president of the National Bank of average woman no ibrllllancy,. of genius

x, : and other nearby cities. any mlsaprehenslon that may exist : North America pleaded not guilty In no material pross jrltytnovtrl- Cy Winifred Black.
'k ... through tho circulation of errone tae United States circuit court: at New umphs of science and Industry will A_ ;) r

,COLLEGE BOYS WRECK THEATRE ous'reports of the Investigation which ; York Wednesday to a joint' Indictment avail to save the race from ruin and .. e"'tr+rr' l'S l-r,

the Commission: of. CorporationsSmith of twenty-nine counts. Eleven of, the death.: The mother Is' the one supreme ,HE foreign dispatches tell us that the Grand Duke of Some-

Mob, of 2C30: Avenge Ejectment and Is making into the laws affectIng I counts charged them with conspiracyand aalEt of national' life) she Is thing or Other and the great Panjandrum of BomewBere

t Clubbing of Fel'ow Student. bucket shop ,operations, Secretary eighteen charged them with making more important: by far than the sue* Else have united with Her Grace the Ducneal of Thing-alna

'' College( feeling among the: ctudentsf Straus of the department cf commerce false entries. cessful statesman or business man. U bob to organize' a'..crusade against. vice In foreign, high, so .r

; the t'nlverelty of Michigan, at Ann and labor Friday, Issued tile following Ball was fixed at $30,000, tty' Morse artist or/scientist/ ciety. .
Arbor, burst forth Into a riot Monday statement: and $10,000 for Curtis. They'were' pa- "I abhor and condemn: tbe"man' who Poor things! '

L 'Vlg'ht 'olore.lhal' a score of students "Secretary Straus states In regardto roled la' custody of their counsel In IT brutal, thoughtless, careless, selfish One time they say the monkeys of the Jungle organized
to the tall from,thew
discourage the practice of swinging by
were locked up In jail and the Star the matter, bucket shops that order to secure ball,and were allowed with>'Vomen? and eJpclallywlththe : ; ;
ot" rS: ," S,". ,limbs of the tree.'Y;: : '''Mfe.- 'SJ .V\,;
Thcaife, a 5'cent place of'amusement, the president has simply referred the three'week";: to..'reconslder'thelr! p'ea. women cf his own household The ,' The society did not. last'long.1 ;. 't."h': 1 ,.;:t./1./ :-O't: ) : *,::1" ', : ,
was literally, w!ecked:'jA mob'of stnlenU. -< subject. to: this-departmentywithj' tho !;.f.VDoth Morse and Cui'Ua''gaveball; Hr,: birth pangs ,mako all\ men the debtors ;Thoie adcrs'ot It couldn't' 'quite get; 'over the i habit they were crusading

.,' .< whit! numbered,'tul1,' 2,000, dl- request to have Herbert Knox Smith,' ,Morse at aret'demurredlto} the $'O,060 of all11\women. .abhor and 'condemn against themselves;' -,. ', '"> "I,?, 'i.-" ',' ....-V .'{Vf"/f! ',; SJSS'WU, S'f* '":**$$'';'*"', C,

'v'oetod a college "rush" against the oommissslonar of torporatlons,.'exam. he, was reiulrad to furnish, and'said: the man who falls to'recognize. all Now, If the monkeys, had only moved out of the jungle Into ,the .open

''front' 'of the bulld.'ng: tearing away ine certain bills aimed at bucket'shops,' "Well, I suppose.. I'am'tJie goat, asusual. his duty But the, woman: nho shirks plains, where there were no trees and'where they would have bad to go to

windows and doors and rolling then and to report his views on the gen' ." her duty as'wife and mother Is Just as work to earn"a" living" they* might have turned 'lota men some day-who
lh Into the streetwhere _*w*_ > M- be condemnedWe
Ure piano out eral subject. The president has notordered heartily to despise
': OKLAHOMA FAVORS TAFT. Tho only war tor reform nigh society I U to get out of It.
leaders Of) the students mounted the general investigation of her as we despise and condemn the
any Man wa ,made ,to work and 'he stops' wprklng' be gets.
Just,as noon as
Instrument and performed a dance to stock exchanges and Mr. Smith has soldier who Pinches In battle. Into mischief. -
, been Instructed to his
use own Judgment A railroad engine Is a fine, useful piece. of mechanism. a* long as It stays)
;jells, from the unmanageable crowd. In reporUng on the'subject, and Delegates for Secretary. man, the unselfish woman, the farsighted on the track. '

.(,/ Tho trouble started Saturday night: getting the facts that the president de- Instructing them to "vote for any woman, "e have scant patience The moment It gets out of' the place where, It' was meant. to be:It'Is a c

,' 'when a student In the audience who sires." proposition favorable to the candidacy : with her unworthy dater 'who fears hideous engine of destruction and a menace to every living thine.-,

?. persisted In repeating; the college yell of William H. Taft for the presidency -. to do her duty; exactly as, for the very The only way to keep a man decent Is to keep him busy r' +

too often! to suit the management, was MINT RESUMES COINAGE. ," the Oklahoma republican state I reason'that we respect a man whe We poor human beings are always trying to make ourselves believe that j
ejected and thoroughly c'ubbed: by a '- convention at Oklahoma City Wednesday does his duty honestly and fairly. Ideal conditions would make an Ideal man; and all,the time we have right
k befofa us horrible examples which that, tbe Ideal conditions, as far as
of the the prove
policeman In the employ With Returning Wave 'of Prosperity, elected delegate -at-large, to the "I want to ask your assistance for
leisure, money and position are concerned, produce the most tin Ideal. human
atre. Plant In Phlladelphla'Oeta Busy. two or three matters that are not Immediately
Chicago convention. beings that could possibly ezlst.Any .
With return wave of prosperity! the The resolutions Indorse President connected with the life In man can be good on 150,000 a year" said the bero of a once popularbook.
.TEACHER SUES CHA8T 'IR.. United. States mint In Philadelphia has : Rosevelt's administration, condemn the the family itself! but that are of vital Pardon me, Mr. Hero I think you're wrong "
( ---- again become a golden bee hive of Industry. democratic state administration and consequence to the cMldren. In the Almost any man can be decent when be lives a portoal life where be has i

Prof. Bailey Wants $20.000 Damage- Throughout the week employees recommend reduction of the representation )first place in tha scbc.>I., see that the .to'work normally for his living. 4 A ;

for Being Horsewhipped. who bare been laid oD have been In congress and In the electoral school work Is made practical pos It takes a great man to be decent-snd Idle-on $50,000 a year. '

News come from Canon,.. Ga., that receiving Instruction to resume their college of statutes which disfranchise sible. For the boys I want to see! : Do you really want to get vice out cf high society my dear'DuchessT

Professor Bailey,, who' win recently posts,. and Friday a full force 'was. at training provided. that shall train them ''Take the Income and the estate and the old tradition of uselessness away

cowhlded by soma ladles of that town work, aggregating about 660 persons.It negroes.A.. resolution, pledging the party to toward and ,not away from their .lifework I I from the men who are corrupting their little world and the ftrat,tbJD.'you b
moved Chattanooga. Tenn., andy that will train toward farm know they'll turn Into decent self-respecting honest men. oJ f
baa to : was sifted at the mint that this resubmission of the prohibition ; or
an early Poor can't blame them for what _
things they are now
baa employed an attorney to bring suit renewal of activity, was due to fresh question was overwhelmingly defeated. the shop, not aws1-from It With the They are not you strong enough to get above their environments, that's all
,>nr $20,000 damages In the United orders from Washington for Immedl, girl see that It If not made a matter
that is the matter with them.: -From the New York -American.
States court against the ladles Involvta ate coinage. Leading these orders of mlith that the girl who goes to col-

'red the cowhldlng. n lley'a wife Is .was one for $10,000.000 more In $20 MORE 'PAY FOR MAIL CLERKS.. lore comes out unprepared to do any

!r1-.BuJ ng 1 him for divorce. ? cold coins. of the ordinary duties ,of womanhood." .r
Increase of Salary Provided for In

... ...WASHINGTON HEARS FRt HAITI Postofflee Bill. Jap Soldier's Strong PointBy '
., ..... FIVE, YEARS FOR WALSH. Appropriation ,
"+ -- When the house of representatives FEDERAL JUDGE CLARK DEAD. ,
News of Conspiracy Against Government ,. .4
Wednesday resumed con dera4Jon ot ,
Thieving Chicago 'Banker Gets Off Eugene .. Q
? Is Confirmed.!: .- I the postofflce appropriation bill, an animated Was Appointed to the Bench by Pree-

.._jalp. Official dlspatchej received at the Easy In Sentence. I debate was started on the paragraphs (dent Cleveland In 1894. _........ IPPON DENJI smiles'broadest as he places his 'miniaturear.: r

state department Monday confirmed Jobu R. Walsh, former president of. I relating; to clerks In chargeof Federal Judge C. D. Clark of the :eeeeeeeeotlllery. In the position where ,It will accomplish:, through
press dispatches of the summary execution the Chicago National Bank and con contract static as, with the result 'at sagacious handling, as much and maybe more' than'the'enemy's
in IlaUtl United States district court died I guns, half again as adequate. While we flgbt with
by government officials of $lSrf
Hoed of Illegal use of the funds of that an tncreaced appropriation N
of a dozen or more of the alleged of Erlanger;; hospital Ohattanooga,8unday, I. \I. the full strength and value of the latest, accoutrements of
Institution Friday denied 000 was obtained for an loterease
that was a
yeafs. His death was due to
In the recent revolution. aged'61 ) war, the Makakl fight with a completeness of Information e;
' conspirators officials have no fear new trial by Judge Anderson of the the, number ot such stations. Brlsht's disease. complicated with tu- ......... and skill personal sacrifice, and a smile as Impertnrable'and
State department United States district court at Chi- The allowance for clerk hire In third berculosis. ............ and unreadable as that of his own Iil-butsu at Kamak zn.
r for the safety of the Americans or cagoand_ sentenced to serve fire years class omces where the 'salaries pf postmasters Judge Clark was appointed to thetederat.obench The Makakl soldier 1 Is not wasteful of anything-not 'even
r their proparty.. There are no war vessels in the federal penitentiary at Fort range from one 'thousand to December 17, 1194,. by of his courage. Jilts. 4alor Is splendid-and discreet. 'He does not'' his -'
1 ;. ,(: In those waters, but there are five II eavenworth. twelve hundred dollars was 'increasedby President Grover Cleveland. breast" to tile enemy's shrapnel when nothing .Is to be gained by,It. Rather

,: .....ela In the Immediate vicinity that $25,000 on an. amend ent by Mr. he gets under cover-thereby preserving his life and services for his Emperor. +y

f oould be dispatched at once In case NEGRO Flnley of .South Carolina.CONSTITUTIONAL And In.Jnst such a moment of enforced inaction:you.would find.him latently -".
they were needed. NIGHT RIDERS STILL BUSY. studying the ellem '* game. Just so Is Ills Imperial head studying tomay r ,
---- ,the gigantic chances of a game with us. and in the scheming diplomatic way It '> '

I flee Orleans ,Police Arrest Over One PROHIBITION. Of Japan is playing out small trumps: to.locate. the position .of the-bowers.. .... ;
READY TO USE GATLINQ GUN. .Tt Raid Made In, Gibson County, Tenn, 'j
.. Hundred In One Baleen, --- Army and Navy Life.NEAT ..
and Houses Riddled with Bullets.
h,; Tobacco Company Takes I-Belligerent Following, a' murder and several attempts Defeated In Mississippi is."a':by Vote Night riders. have made 'a raid "In ':.... ... ,. --._ ::'
at highway robbery, by negro ''of :Twenty-One .to'Nineteen '
Riders.Tlfe Gibson .Tennessee.. They'.visit "
o'r'gh't"h county '
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; Steps "
yr .: desperadoes In New:Orleans SaturdaTthe' 'Constitutional prohibition'' was defeated PRINTINGCreams !: .
and fired severalshots -
eel negro tenant :
a 'ri
Tobacco at : : :
American compaay +!
r' "raided of the diverand '
: police many in the Mississippi C senate at Into his', house,, barel.1'"ml alns I 5
,1o\ )'nllJe... Ky.;;Monday placed. a BatUna anions frequented by members S n good'mpJession amoyour'cones t :S' ::..
ayeqCtfnff 'Other : :
vote' II three : negroes) ,
the root of their local warehouse Jackson Wednesday by :a ;'Or .children
; gun, on. .At one saloon alone 105 negroes ''
that race.
'' majority &ree- were-Tlslt" and me*** shoved tinder 1 ponclents and, helps to :five yourl business= .'P roM r1':
riders ,
to(prevent, night; burning "w'er*:found In the. handbag,. and i.'tol" .nays, .a of .
the doors warnings them to leave. Allot f tigerV8 do neat printing at reasonable crices r'
'the- building. Men will constantly all of; them were placed tinderar- fifths being required: ..The' deteat'otlhe : : ,.J. .
If the the negroes vUUed'are reportal to r

.rr .on .guard appeal. 'the.gun nightriders rash Ir ': measure was hot unexpected. be good ctusenf _. .."' ... ., ..,. '

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The "...Ie 'fMtt*.,|| eat true man that e.Jea.orl.gwearn the frlead of every ao boovsi hon J, j 1 1I 1e :'

-'---- i I lUlutr In an bOIl llL'wa,. Ha I la The Gre4t
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY opposed to vice and will not only
frown upon It but will do all .
>bat h ';0j '
.Office 1n,Valley Gazette Building. can to weaken and deatroy It., wheN I, v C.
ever It is found- '
_ f J_- J- ,-) | __-_L _. . _"_._ Ar tiger j SPRINGGOODS" '
T r In the fields I .
W, I*.. HARRIS Editor and Prop'r. Of arid Osceola?
Or do the folk confine themselves i
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Qa..pi..nap.r.:......, . Tribune.
,J..._.... _tln '", .. .II 00 60 Nay Nay mr icu, the thirsty beasts, .
O.*copy the.' path. .. ...... 21 Lap take Toliupekallgra. .
AD Our Serlff" checked the rotgut feasts '
_D"lcIatlaaa-execpt from our author* Of Oeoln'. .
.Is.d QrtOTta.max IM>liMd by Uw Tiger.u
:a. will not b> returned unteuEntered .. '
.t the Faftofllo. ;;In KlutmmM.; FT*.:a.c..u rV
matter ,
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Friday ;31arch 20, 1007. Our., line. \ almost complete

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Good old ooeola oouaty" vote*) to with Gliilgiiams Calicoes:
remain !In the dry county column, thl* I
week. U.. I. 'a I
.when a. county noticeable vote barrooms fact that Lawns.: Wlilte Cioods: :1 Etc.
out once they rarely ever come back jKissimmee"Pla
and that local )
option la the prollf'r'way

?True to Democrat.handle the whlske.V 'I"8I1tlon.-i The early 'buyer gets the}

Napoleon MoNamee met liU Water best selection. ON- wo
loo In Osceola county the oilier day. 1 .
Mack hat lost his rabbit's foot at .
last, ai the unterriUed and all-cona .f.
CJu."rl' ,champ on of the /liquor Inter .. ;
_first r., bad n wall example..8ua,' .Napoleons.. Ihue elnl'fl In war the, .,. 1 .< Yours. 1'1.111iltilt; rt "'llltlt'N. SATURDAY MARCH 28 |

finance, love and liquor rise like Paint and Paper I I \
rockets and como down like- sticks, -, ...

IVr.sacola) Journal. __ Improve, and prol 'bring house. THE SHOW this year Bigger and Better and In 'a More Commanding
It Is ;noted; that I will be pleased to my 110()
R Inner J. S. Stratton County of Osceola Commie-r-uun.- sample books to your house and KAT ZI Position Than Ever Before to Maintain Their 'Ui ivallec '
make any-'suggestlons In the latest ;
t, has f purchased the stallion Prince and Rank and to Amaze
Standing and
decoration I Delight Their
t I'aul, by.Sal valor, and Is now standluff that you may desire Thousands. off
Drop me a card and I will cheer
him at his ta"l11ln.tha.) county.e I Patrons with l
fully furnish
+ Prince Paul on' paper (
was one of the race- and '
horses which took part. In the Tampa painting : : : : : : ? J c I 1 I Exclusive
Man Entirely Mew. and Features. ft
meet and as lie III. a splendidly bred' ,

animal, the fieoplo of Onoeola. comity qEO E A..BARI -- -- .. .. , . ".
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Y opportunity offered{ them .of ER : '
breeding I some Improved colts in their ,
"1"IDltl' which they'slioiiM) not ni'irIfCt.TTanipa KH1' -KHN1. H11KWNrHMM11N11M"M1 t+ j
Dally Times. OIILANUO. 1.'I"<> IUDA. : f ..

.. C. A, CARSON-, Prc.ld.Bt. s. C. BRYAN, Secretary. ,I

Oaceola seat there stays to diy."reclaim", "Napoleon"was the CITY i= ===== O:? :I=C: ':03: =='=== $ j

county to the wet regime, so dearly BARBER SHOP
loved by the Tam! Tribune. All In
vain. What waft the mattery Ills i[ Waters & Carson Grocery Co. 'Ii I r4I1t

eloquence his wa lust as In81I1'lnj"nd\ Now Open;) for Business .
arguments from Jefferson' to
Davis-from Maine --- -Wholenale ___ I
Florida just in| Old Stand. i: -
as good as when he IIILI'cdIadou,
Dade, Egcambla, and Franklin. Why XK\V: (cHAIn I

the difference Were Johere fewer of i GROCERIESf ,I 1
the dear cullud punsons? Hroi.lier. XKW t HAXOHHNEW

Bill -Uuckman too, was on hand _

'Jacksonville from' .believe How, Tainnu!n local and KVKmTHlNG'; i: ?" 'COl->TY AGENTS FOR "&.1.?" f :{ Mi 1

'option! They have the men to speak ..Satisfaction Guaranteed..
any where for booze. Patriotic': n A Y .'It.\1'ES
De Sob County News.. OA NO PAY_ I J 11 1 r.ii i Frtil i :. \t< \r i 1w'' H= eo"s
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Attain we call the attention .
of' those
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\: and Price t
of our subscriber who areohe or I ..:-:"_ tp
year OR LESLIE ?TX rxralobed o. Arpticstlo.. .
W. WEEDDN] /.1, '
V more In arrears to the rullmr of the ,:. ' I.
i postofflce department, which goes Into i i A FEW OF THE MAN
effect I In-a short time. 13 v thin ruling- Specialist--Eve, Ear i FEATURES YOU WILL SEE. I]
we are barred from sending; the HIDES FURS
,paper to such subscriber at the low. Nose and Throat..._. WOO.L'a Mario.n- Sheridan and Her Troupe of Performing Lions. .',
rate allowed by the department, and $ .
:would hare to pay regular postage O : A Herd of Performing Elephants, including BABE, THE LARGEST'' if''
'ratea. for each copy mailed which Is 1'Y: Produce: i: ELEPHANT IN THE '
more tbn we could stand WORLD. ,
Our flrit Private Hospital :
notice brought In moat of those who : National v'MN Ntr ---, """ rw.1 w. ROSEDALE, the Beautiful. Ten Thousand Dollar Horse. ,1'
.were behind, and .we hope this will Bank Building, Tampa, ,
."UNJe\ few remaining pay --up Florida JAKE/THE LARGEST GORILLA, EVER EXHIBITED IN AMER 4'
We don't want to loose a single sub ICA. He is Five Feet Ten

scriber' on this account. Sbould any -- _. Ldkh.. .........................."" ,A"..'lIu'" ........""" #......"". ......., pounds, has Tremendous Inches in height and weighs ISO jr,
,.fan to C9 be dropped from our -lUt, this will .
and His
Powerful Arms .
not settle the bill. Their 'account. are a Wonder to Behold. 1 f

will be Immediately 'placed in competent W. L. VVINN, ?. :' :S. A TRULY WONDEREUL DISPLAY. OF TRAINED ANIMALS. :'
hand. for collection. rII R. .fJRyS ,
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? Pfllt.117t A N A l+n wo wit ' ,'. ,' ", .
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The True Democrat offers tb''tu;' ;, : ( ; \ : ;i'il' M' 1 ji i :I.'J I''!!' : \l' : ,, ';, .7
_ b. 'brethren of the State press for" their r1..Irruorne.rwntN I" ;
consideration the name of Hon. T. J. rwu.u IJ< ,\t'l; ; GRocRs''tt5/,( \: \l WeoplM250jH6Hesiaridlponiesi,20) Funny .Clowns

Apoleyard, of Lake City, for the position '" ." SWS ,. T, ? :t 1 s' .e,i. \Inv j\ .: ,,. 7
of State
Comptroller. Like -
other J. W, SIMPSON The Flower 'and: Pick'of Feature Performers
newspaper men of Florida! he J-K.) 'From All Na
bas siren considerable of his time t NEW FIRM'NEW GOODS tions in *iP ,.
: a Program of
and his limited meana to those things DENTIST. Startling Struggles and Ludicrous Revelries, ;:
t that tend to the development of the
State. His recent exhibit at thee Ofiicv over Osceol Pharmacy = t carrying the. Spectators by Storm 'and Wildly Applauded by All 1r

State! Fair at Tampa of the resources OFFICE HOURS I 8-a> m' to !.. M. Full Line of High Grade Fresh t ,
of the northern section of the State, : f f 1::311; to 5:30p. m. Family and Fancy Groceries .'
in placing! his own county's resources Telephone No. 76 Jun,& lyr ,t'
on exhibition, should give him the FREE DELIVERY ,Dt.
.support. of every man. Politically. -
during his public life of over twenty = g. II
1earll, he has been clean and uprlrtu. Prices ...11, .
No man can point to a dishonorable BenedictaI"A Kight Kissiimnce, } I". r.
act of hi. lie would be a strong J'r =

t man, and would make good officer. _. ... _.. _____. 11r
What say our brethren of the S'ate - - !;,
press? Who seconds the motion of I WOMAN'S MEDICINE" ,
the True Democr.-Tall.hauee! .1
True Democrat.

Gov. Broward's Reasons. .T\O YOU bUrfKR the ills of womanlioodJ ,. NEW SPRING

Governor Broward's motives, or \ a( so many women do suffer f lx you 1
wanttO-t" well
'luda-emenft-whlchever vou "wll-In without 1k.nseultrof .
t appointing W .l.. Bryan United painful Ii ninatloaeand.mb.rr..aing
States Senator, having been questioned ooniultatloni Do you w.nt to take a r I .
rem.dJ') right Into bom .
bv certain your and cure,0ur..l" '
newspapers In tbe State, ..
i rRE
the Governor comes forward with! the +

should be ample reaaoa for all, and : .. VAIl AMrsuR6 HfJlAGfRJf JULY 18'907-' --Co
the facts of which cannot be gainsaid: a "Woman's Medicine." A prescription eCIW.noiitril/054 slLY '
vy There are several very strong of a puyflcian who> mad the study of F. ;
reasons why 1 appointed Mr. Brvan. male IMseasea his specialty. It was u.eIIUcceufullJ'
.The principal one being that 1 know by him In hi* praeUce.. It bas BRING THE LITTLE ONES TO SEEBABY '
him to be well-fitted from the l>eea o** .standpoint of women during ths NOW OPEN
an educational many years since Pro
equipment; powerful in debate; rreeatr pbysteUni h...also foand a ELEPHANTS
with a strong disposition to' 'ble asslttant,when they desired (o'ATotd CAMELS
take the Initiative In any fight tbat be an operation. ..
deems to be right; a nan who bas : LIQNS and

made good wherever be has. been BCNCDICTA H. C.. STANFORD.CO MONKEYSAn .
placed; who, as County Solicitor off I I. a refutable remedy. It la amaOe from ,.| county, prosecuted without Koota, bertx and be u' tacos to poaees
,fear or favor the rich and the poor pVopertlea which bare a woatdertol euratlv wt
alike; 'who will do his duty, evon and teals effect upon' the femalajfga**and .Y
: i
,though bis sympathy la many Instan Berrtxu .y8t_ Without mMSlfoalns; tbe Endless'Program
''ces may cause hi* heart to ache; a many form of femal women
w man. who .wa* born and raised in ,, alter,we*ay tbat trouble uble'of tbl
Orange County afterwards! divided kind/ tbat .me ''Into Lake, Orange and Osoeola; a have; ,and finally core.BCNCDICTA. J tl of Startling EventsSee
y man who know the needs of our .
people and a man who love the
t-- 3
people of b... Stale. I know that It I. 0A
hi. desire to fill prepared carefully and clentlncally.. and
every position that
,,be oooupiea, faithfully and with tbe coneckMunes of the responsibility
well lie
of the
+ D.tollU :u1ngwomenar.m.dythat Spectacular -a
a1 man who' will Improve every Street Pa
will not only to*beneflclai.but also barmles
obportunlty to benefit hie ,State. and
r make happy Its people, for lie I* la effects. BO matter what may be tbe condition rode starting from
proud of bla State and prcud of her of the woman taklar It* Florida Midwinter Exposition: Now Open.. the Show
It It cold
He at tiM per:bottle, by
people.- not only'possesses
the 4
.'f ,.'T4kIa'Jt1atVve but the capacity to do;'. be rr : Palace Inductrivshowinir' the'Industrie! 'Florida Japanese .Bazaar, Grounds at 1O a, ni. *
*"' ,.fyU, physically and mentally very able Roterson's Pharmacy y IffKoroUi Vtllatre. Streets of Cairo-the Bests Bands In the United) .
: 4* 'and exceedingly Industrious.'... These ) State, Special: Features 1 Every DaT. Free Ac.... Fireworks. . .. .
!_;,IC-:are chiefly the reason I .. Adatlaaloai 28 Cent. ''
,.. . why appolntaVblm. KISSIMMEB./ FLA. . .", Low Rates ON .All Railroads). .
.J- ,They commended him to m.. ; \; V
>/">.r tit ibey will-commend him! I -believi*. .. .. . . ;
(ban who know him'and I believed 'Try the .. I ... 2-Performances(
new barber'Ibop;

.very.thine Daily2Afternoon
he would serve the people best.- U I.
hew and up-to-date. BRING '
ra- 'YOUR
tru.tbat: i he la my friend,; but U Is ora-clean-towels* first- la..- aerrloav . -

> '.. ,"."'i. ':' ,I' '" ". >rJ. at O'clock.: 'Nlght'at 8 ,.O'clock.

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.Y' supplement---Tile.! Kissimmee Valley Gazette* March -2.0, '190S.- ..

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:'$, *' Village Improve hent. / I I f AT CASH- STORE i

'he Editor of the. Valley :
Sir: '
Now-that the ladles of, our I

nlty have organized a V III ,Calico, Bo per yd. Pictures and Picture Frames, 26o

. j matter provement Society arid) are \ 'Lawn, 40 in. wide 15c per yd.fbtle to 30'Sc.' {
,.| v up a* seriously a* they
. .W,kucoessfullv In the late Lace; 61 In, wide, worth 20c, aril Spool Thread at *c* -
camoalgn. it 1* the duty (lrI, '
; baser clay &.0.10 all, in our 100. _'Lad I..**Union. Suit at'$1.00. "
\ assist them in their laudable Casslmere huts, worth, 02 CO, sell "
The work they have ,"" .Good Poor Lock with I two kips 20c.L .
at '1.75. :

companied only considerable by many In extent, !I' Pin Strip' pants, nelt at Nice Suit Clothes worth til, at 110

as climate soil, want of tl.OO. One-gallon Coffee Put go at,150,
greatest of all, slender worth 91.75.,
Jean Pants tell at '
sides minor" perplexities 41.25.BARGAINS.. 'New Dress. Good "from 1540, 25c.. ,
botany, etc., suob a* the most
ble species: of plant, shrubs '
A suited to our climate and soil. Y'ouWill find Bargains hi Slices
It 1*,' of course advisable &
little" slow at flrst- the fund
Del the meantime Every Day in the Week.
deal of Information can be
which will facilitate. the
later, and for' this purpose : ..
written to the agricultural. .
Washington; through our w .
Mr. W. J. Bryan and to Mr -
Clark to. furnish all possible \ G. 11.., CARSON JOHN M. IBB N. B CARSON., F
ble Information, and if ---.t.: ."I.I ...' CMhler,
,,j-rees or shrub which they
suitable[ to the condition State Bank of Kissimmee.,
here also a* to the best .. "
f, v grass to grow under the Kissimm Fla.,
trees. But while obtaining #
formation. a great deal can be --- y'
the way of home gardening PAID UP CAPITAL..n..i-V.. w > SO 000 OO 10
duclng a love of flower aib;) H STOCKHOLDERS LIABILITY.-.+I...... BO OOO OOI"

children. If all our DEPOSITOR SB IlIlITY.,,>,>.,... ...I.' tOO 000. OO'
whose residences have a. space "
the house and the street would -
this space with flowering Prompt and Careful:: .Attention gives to ei'., natters en-,
ornamental shrubbery, it /trusted: to .a., KxcfaanittB good' at'all point .t cheapest
greatly to the beauty and rates.. ,
, property.. Such plant a* the YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED.
Asters Balsoms -, '
Nasturtiums. .
dies, are all ea.Ulltrown and "
i ,f ful U> their effect, as. well a* lit ,,
the home attractive. .
<' Now, this bring u* to the
... .
;, and our school grounds: why .' fyr"Rr sY apn'Pc'y e4'P +itiF.; 4.spe p.apr'O" +!k A
i not have a good, recreation .
,and garden surrounding\ f NO.
bouse, make these ground on .
greatest attractions and let .. .f
i dren take part in its culture .
keep and they would thus I C. W. GriffinFancy . ]
the beauty and value of 'f"l t' ,.
..hruhl.It I II up so the

to bM assist manner.the- V. I. S. in .... ,: ; . '

Regarding the streets, may ; ; :;- Family Groceries. .:; *
a suggestion Let the V. I. S. ) /. ,. 4
,i.. JfeS..t \i.rJl"t.:" 1 ?' : 't':', ;, !t J. .\
late some unique plan so 1 '..i Ifilf"JFres1t, Meats. ; ..t,." .. f.-' .:" . : I
will be like
town not any ..' ... . =
o ida town with the oak as the /" '
vailing feature; strike out Deltuery Every''Day' at any Hour. Patronage Solicited,, 411 '
new. Let some of the side
nave their distinctive tree, aftaaAr sec aetaflk sR, aecdc 6 use e.----AA

rti they would be called. such a : .
street or Camphor street, and ;
but th* cabbage) palm would )Cococ ooooooacacoa, a aa Q[)Q C'" lOc.U MXJO(
gal In street by *. -
2. adjunct every C. A. CARSON., <. J. A. CRANfORD. ,6. U LUPFERPn ,
.I y rious a semi-tropical varieties. of appearance.Eucalyptus I dwU ';Vie.. .Bees".".

F grower and are evergreen. ,
Olobulus or bluegum under '
condition attain a height of '
y .1' feet and 1* said to b* a ... ; KISSIMMEE, LUMBER ,CO
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;; t. malaria. Many. old toy ,
place In Italy have been :
healthy through the planting -'
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trees.. It Is considered that ..
absorb the matter producing/
w This tree hardy to 25 : Rough :and Dressed
temperature. The timber I* .
strength and durability and 1 .
lent fuel. From the E. "
native of Australia. make a. ,Pine'' Lumber., ,
"tr' by steeping the Bower in '
,.e[ \may state it .U a IIOD-lawxI l 4* .. ',. -
the bark is uI.'ullor tannin I
icine whilst a concoction o. ,
leave 1 I. very beneficial for r
cough.The..agricultural. de ;
will be able to give u* useful I ..
tion about this tree. I _. ,- ,- '.. ; . '

the There most 1*beautiful also in Australia flowering Gk F. 'KKIBJBS: rtptice.' 'for.Settlement:,and final'

the world. It belong to "the ". Ducharge. .'
or Mimosa. family, I* v ATTOR --AT-LAW. II .
,I will try and NotiM. her.
bw cirwi to aO whom ft nur OM. ,.
information about it. Many -: sere tint six. noatlw fraa.thli data I wl I nwBtmr ,
Office in,the Court House KisT -
i ,slog and palm are hardy, ; I awoonta, and voodMrs to/ UM Gouty JvU of
tropical and decorative < 4simmea.. .\ Florida.,: tile Onoatr; .*oa..ola....State at rbrldaathl* _,
1 I *Jn>ure the V. L ,S. will J oAo UKjMtmoM*City for wmmliaUimciMt. so-
of any interference with their With whom will be associated in the moral sad Mk. for a Bad dkwhun r Admlnfe.
If y sol aim is to render them : ) j l trial of causes law: firm oft ....-..tff the Trritt: tf Thimn i 811..1.'I. l-.....l.
help I can, and I tract the ,..,_ I.he. .W. Hn1 vs.
I < Maswv AWarlowofOrlando ; .' '
1* strong amongst us all. :.-1. Admlnlrtmtor.
Now that-thelsdies, have ,. vrf' "teembse 17,!107., -, _t7m

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..Su.pplement-The Kisslmmee Valley. Gazette. March 20. 1908.

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CITY COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. sented to the; Council by --1 Trange for. th9" !:S( A. VANS,AGNEW. '
named below; asking that their namesbe ticketiprintel .
placed on the official ballot to be Tonia being n
: ..Town' 1,,March 3, 1908 voted at the general! city election to from .Dd Id ates. I ATTORNEY AT LAW.. "'!' I
Clerk."D 1-
i The Council met In regular tea fun, beheld Saturday: Murtb "28, A.. D, adjourned to meet : I I TWO NOAARY PUBLIC *. I
there beta present W. J. Sean, president 1908 to-wit Tuesday. April ,
; J. W, Collier\ C. L: Bandy, T. -.' W. :
T. for the office ofmayor.
W. Ellis. L. M.' WblddeDl councilmen J.. R .GlLDKitT, I
I ; P. A., Van.* t1 attorney tiPHARMACY
'P. C. (lodges for the office of marshat ,
and J. 11. Gilbert cleric: .
The minutes of last meeting _reread and tax collector.
and approved. I G. B/ Woodall for the office\ of VV VV yVVV VV V

Reports of officers. were examined n arshal' and tax collector.J. r

and approved. .. R. Ullbert for the'office' of clerk.J. OSCC
The following bills were' approved Z. Uoberson for the office of A 8
aodrde.eci: i/1d-"tO.wlt./ :; "
. .., ... ,It 00 treasurer. ,
T M Murphy,salary a*majror :,
pOI liodg.s.salary marshal... ... ... .... V Oil L. M. WfiWden. for member of to! "
)' C Hodfraa.ocaU .............. .,... ..*. 148 Council. "

+ 'J PC B ::=::.n.aadlrur salary :=.-....<:::::::: 10 4 00 17 Council.T. W. Ellis for member" of. the I .

salary K J P... ...... ... IJ.i 00
B P Pann. spot >
J H Gilbart. salary aa elarkMn ... ...... .. .. 11I.I Petitions of the above named candidates 'Where You Get Prescriptions Correctly 1
G H Morrtaon rant at Council room.. 6 <.) were examined and found tocome
W J Scan salary aa alderman ...... 100 S
to the of
.. required number quail Prices.
J W a olllar.salary aa aMarman I 01 Fllled at Reasonable
L H Whkld_salary aa.Id_........ ... too fled voterswhereupon, on motion -
C 4. Bandy salary aa a dermas ... .... log dill seconded, their names were or- '
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T W Ellis salary a*aldmnaa.. .. 1 ion
dered pl..ced.upoa' official ballot.
Kladmmaa I Bar Telephone wltnaaa,.rant ,...,. 1 b0Charlie The salaries of onlcers for the ensuing I It makes difference whose blank your Doc ?r writes iii'
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John Malonr. wltnaa.f aa ear were fixed as follows: Salary -
his Prescription fill them correctly.:
Edmondaon wltnaaa_ ... on we can
Quinn .... of mayor 9180; salary of marshal
State Kiaslmmaa Bank of Valley Klallmmaa.Gaiatta.interest printing .. ... lit-1000 $600; salary of clerk, $420; salary I We are Agents for ELBA HOME.REMEDIES. which I t;

Chas: D Rees.doll tacaKUalnunaa ....... .... ....... 6"0 of treasurer $120; salaries fit guaranteed. '. :
medicine. pria'_ 7S are ,
Drna1' o members of Council, $1 for each meet- I
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W II Makiuon. merchandise : ....._
1M"ss ..
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J J waswork .... .... .. ..(. Ing.There '
Ci L .. 11-\ being po further business the
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Council '
Stanford t'arson Ora.... aamantKtaalmmaa .. ... .... 4r. adjourned to meet Wednesday LINE
LiOinbrt1 <'a, lum_.. .. 70It .M arch 4ih. at 1:30: p, m. "
J R Gilbert freight for k L P.. 90 W. J. S3ARS, Pres't
K L oollacter.. .:.:. MOO .
J R Gilbert salary aa
J. R. GILBERT Clerk.
Gardner line work. .. ..... 875ton J.
8 B
Joe MuUor.line work.... . . .. .... .: .. .
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black\ B.... haulln.. B L P ... ..... touIK .
Lumbar Coo alaba for E: L P.. 44
Walter Howard wood for E: L p., .... es 4i Klsalromeo, Fla., March 6, '08. -=--
W B alaklnaonCo, mdaa for E: L P.. . .. 6'" At a regular adjourned meeting of "' '""" "'"' "'"'"
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Standard Ull Co. balance on oil :uoo
the City Council held on 6th 'day of
Muwal Bma.oil pump for engine.28 00 CMIU ip'I MAO M.
Florida hlaetria Co. malarial,ln.tallatkm March. 1908\ the following. memorandum
work ....... .... 80167 of preliminary proposed seta MAMACH ,

Th.on Hartford boll..... 8 Steam years..BoilaW/Ga... .../. ..|.'inaara'no. .......*. :00 00 tlement of pending Injunction suit between -- BROS
Tip Padgett balanoa salary a* _y ns.r II a8 the town and 11. W. Tburtnan .' .
Barry Padcvtt, aalan aa aeavancar fia were presented by the city .attorney, ,
J a GIlbM-t. (.. eitr,, .. .. ......: :288 to-wlt
Jam tot.H.Smith.. driving.wall. on scavenger 400 First.: The town will dismiss suit Livery 'Feed and Sale Stable i iWOOD
The followinjf\ communication; was and surrender Its title to the forty- ,
received from S. B. Bullock:, manager foot strip.
of the Oaoeola. CountyAbstract. Second. Ihurman agrees to dedicate -:-DRAYINQ
Company: ...the public a street forty feet J r
To me Honorable City Council. of wide, measuring from the 'passenger Everything' New butt( Flrst-Class.: >Vo -1j,111
Kisslmmee City Florida, depot building wall on the northwestside .Render and Satisfactory
Gentlemen: of the railroad right of way par- Prompt -
We respectfully ask you 'to cancel allel to Broad waj ; also a '0I.t1-IClot vice Day-or Right.1 All Kind,.
III tax. sale certifloateNo. 21, dated July! street on the southeast side of said
3rd. 1 06, on the ground that it Is erroneous right; of way abutting same through f Heavy Hauling. ,
; atso-to authorize redemptionof Block: 26. Titles to both streets to
tax sale certificate No. 25, dated be dear AT SEAMAN'S' OLD STAND. PHONE 113. .

August. 3rd, 1903, at one-half of its Third. The ,Atlantic Coast Line 1Ij1'O. :
face value without. interest,' for the Railroad' Company agrees not to obstruct .. ( ,
reason that this. certificate is partly. a at any time any Dart of above + .
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double assessment and part of It has described street .on northwest aide of n'
been already paid. its right of ""ai. measuring from edge
The clerk also asked' that, omitted of roof of passenger depot building. .dr-dr
years that appeared on record as bay- Fourth.. Town agrees/ to'grade both
log been doubly assessed be allowed salsa streets.Fifth. JJ w iJ PSoi-PictrMO;;; ;.1. ,
redeemed on same basis and on samepropertr Railroad agrees to cindersaid .
described In certificate No. streets In center. .
?s, Sixth.- All parties agree to make. tII ,
i All Kind
After 'considering above requests, execute and deliver! all\ necessary papers J of.' S

on motion dul..- seconded, said. requests to carry .this memorandum of FUNERAL DIRECTOR I made to Older
be granted. agreement into effect as soon aa ixissS i t
A. E. Donegan also asked the Council ble and to deposit all\ papers as soon LICENSED EMBALMER x
that he be allowed to redeem the aa executed with the undersigned P. 4 4i
following described property at face A';Vans Agnew, said. escrow to be -{-II I Prcrrpt atjenilcn Given to

value of certificates without interest terminated upon receipt by him of all I orders sent by mail ortelegraph.
(aa the taxes have not been paid for said papers. This March 6t.b.'1908. Also Nice Line of Ladies' and I =
several years, and i a he now owned W. J. SEARS, j .
'samewould. like for It to be placed President of Council. .Gents' Burial Robes. ---- '
properly on tax books: ) described as H.'W. THUBMAl. Fesiderce! West Side all
follows: Lots T and 8. Block: G, R. H. P. A, VANS.AGNEW. of.
P. Drought's :'addition and Lots 8,.9 Attorney tor A. C. L. R. R, Co.. tit PHONE 78. Ccurt House Square.. 5
aod 10 of Shoemaker's sub-dl vision After reading the settlement -
proposed Q iRlmac---- llci6m 6c JJIIIIc.A..aua..II! t. k. ViArjaV j e
of Blocks D Land .1 L of Robert It Vas agreed by the Council that j jnk Ob ads VW a :y

Baas' addition. ,'. the president be instructed to sign papers ,
,After consideration the above request between. Mr. Tburman and the -' --

was granted. city. v-
Council received communicationand Also that. the city attorney be Instructed BUDDED. TREES !

specification for waterworks from to draw necessary papers! carry *!
.W. B. Clay, which were filejd for information ing out city's agreement.: .
and special committee was There being no further
appointed to look over and report.on Council mourned to meet bUlloe"I Nurseries.
same M next regular meetlnv.r I 1908, at : () \V. J. SEARS
The president of the Council, after' 1. R. (ALBERT, President.
calling Councilman To W. Ellis to the Clerk. CHASE ,AlCO.:, PPOPRJETORS.: J.;..W. HOARD AQKNT

chair made a motion that as Church We will lave ready for next Pall and Winter laot.lnlf" general

street was one of the most ImporL"Dt.1 assortment of Orange. and Grapefruit Trees of all leading varie
streets in town and March 7, 1908. ties. Our trees are budded On good healthy rough ,
lighted that the superintendent of the j, The Council met tn adjourned ses Sour Orange root, guaranteed free from Insects pests Lemon of kind and
electric light plant be instructed to sion. Present W. f. Sears any
: president All budded from bearing trees In our groves and therefore
add a sufficient number of incandescent ! ; J. W. Collier Ct I* Bandy andJ. name. Our facilities for growing stock true to
lights to' properly light said R. clerk. nursery are second to ,
I Gilbert/, none and our trees are as One as moiej and twenty year's
streetMotion. seconded and.'I'. On motion duly seconded the action leD e can produce. We are making a specially this season ex of per-the _
mously carried. ofths mayor In appointing the inspectors famous California Valencia Late which Is destined to become '
The chairman of the electric light and, clerk for the general. city greatest money-maker. la Florida. Our Valencia bud the t
COme direct
committee was also. instructed: to have election; aa published in call,were rattied front the best bearing trees in the district now famous for -
placed on Broad Main and Brock: ,' the best Valenoias In California._ producing -
streets incandescent light where On motion duly seoon'ded 'C. L.

mostly needed. B&ocl7..d Z.: R. Gilbert .were appointed Write for Prices to J;'W. HOARD Ootha Fla.. or call and. see our Nurseries J

,The following o. 'petitions- were pre. to prepare the ballot and ar at Waco on Florida, Midland R. R. -

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Our line I IH' the ) Host Complete Line of Christmas Crockery' #
Furniture.i t S'' t;\ ,

fo8t best antI tr.iii'.J/l:

ever' In Kisslmnife and .. ,ti 1all Ever Displayed in Kissimmee. <, '. !' :'i 0111; 1

LARKED LO'V.Rockert.,. of kind*,. I ?f'r l ; yare

Book Cases, Side Boards. f .. We have, a beautiful assortment o"Fancy '.,411 .{fl ).::7 t..1 '
E Sliver Piece, Vases, Cups and xV .!U

''China Closets, Dining t i ,. 1 Saucer, Cake Plate.'Berr and Water ;(*. qtr".: "," './tr;' ; .,r rti:'?. j'",
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Chairs! 'Oak Suites. Iron" S r >;, ''.;, weetlrem'u'f ." ;r

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Beds; and Bed'Springs. a, ,--n' FOR THE: CHILDREN r. ":f"/'lI. '! -r J l:
We have a complete line of Dolln, Doll ,;::1 t. f i.A I ,1( \E-1

We Carry Full Line] ; Carriage, Rocking I ]Horse, Drumi, a ;:- .' "H t 1

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.- LINK OF 5 and( 10 ": TOYH. ..i.'f\

I A Spend ,Line or lings, ninl Matting a'l. Most fl., :: /1

Everything must be sold Regardless ,

> I Tleasonall Prices. of Cost- Nothing to becarned ove.


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The Kissimmee Valieu Gazette, Dwellings] for rent apply| | to M. ;f If you need anything In Winter Hawkes Rye SpecialUt. at t Kissimmee /f or 0 Jones of "(lOG") will 'cure' any
Cold La
and Fever
Tiller. case of Chills or
I I Goods von' avt 11"01112."i to 50 perCent I Drug Co March 27, 28, and 30. ..-THK- fi

Cut price* 'on woaten good ,,1.. Stanford I at Stanford CV>. .. 5 0 rioats of'WNki"( will cure grippe.
or any
-TELEPHONE- .... -NO.--11. -.. II III Co.Orders. : Kuren, one of the pupular case of Chills and Fever, Cold or La-. your Quinn package Edmondson for will the call White and Star ge Kissimmee Drug g'1Co.

I .forto. llor made .bulls, at the High School teachers, went up to grippe. i Laundry. .47-tf r .
PUBLlSHEDi/EVERY/ FRIDAY Cash Stoi-o. Sanford Saturday to visit her parents.A 'i' r
I I "Sueslna silks" so extensively] advertised i Have your ayes examined, free of
Florshelm'n "I Patent Oxfords: are .
beautiful] assortment of in all the leading periodicals Co.
the new charge at the Klsilminen Drug bya
W. B.OFFICIAL t MARRlE.I' the correct thing an to styl. comfort' ; laces, Filet CI toy! Valenciennes etc. at on sale at Ka &'a. specialist from A. K. Uawke' Atlanta WHAT WE DO FOR YOU.
etc. Found au JJ. 1; ManfonJ ( )
. .-. '. -- ..-'-_. .,.-. -. ,-----. --.-- -- onjv . KATZ'S. George GW<1 nevjafi this week for optical house. Here three days
Nichols, Fla, where he has accepted' March 27, 24, and 30th. ,
WBATHE REPOBT.* Sheriff f'. (F. I" -*"alt. moved hU !' ()I'. bl' t.flIulI'OI'IC\ patronize the We the andxmost :;
White a position with a. phosphate company, In&tt.ln'lI' purchased from us, : carry largest .
tempoon'u' for w_li ending Thur family Into town" Woclnesdtiv, and for Stat Luurnlry. Quinn l< hnond.Ron Any
e.AvaraK,. March 1111_. the present ii occupying the rooms will call for and Deliver vour If in need of glasses, .<1 on't fall to for cash, and retailing at 25 cents varied' stock of our'lI'in "
- -- --.- at the court house Suit vacated. by packages. have your eyes examined at the Kin per yard or more, will 'be laid free I town.,
: Sheriff J. M. Walker. of charge In any house, within the : .
I R.Inthidar slmmee Drug Cos March Z'7. 28 and non'
Min We' 'but the j
Wantl'd'hNe and kitchen carry
I' room city limit This I II guaranteed by I
:: J 1'x' sheriff' J. M. Walker' ]' and 30.
houlle. April' to October. How much the Home Store. freshest.and purest. of drugs
family )leftTuendav for Dsnia Fla, '
monthly/ No kids, Address F. W n
'1'4 I +', I : near which place )I/'. Walker haspurchased Kuter. Fort Dade Fla 18-lt Meeting of the Missionary and General A. W. GllchrUt. one ot at all times.
.w 0"eunday ', a place and will engage Inrlldi Christian alliance next Tuesday he, leading gubernatorial candidates '
Saturday .R M The KflV. evening.I! The public cordially Invited. in monkeying" aroundamong Your prescriptions are filled
M I farming and fruit growing. David I). Kldd will bold I. town today .
Modn 1Ifi.' services in the ";pl copal church on > the voter. General Gllchrlsl by a Graduate in Pharmacy ,

dnn.dy' 11'7 raThuta4ay Our spring book of sample for Sunday next Jlornlnf. prayer ...t.lOJ01 Judge and Mr, L. A. Minx and I. well known and popular all over besides five years'actual. experience .
c1; memi made to measure garments, .
ir6 I '
friend rallyingto
: Florida and his are
and ,
uiayer sermon
their left this week to visit ,,
replete with all the new things come guests
all section of tbe
ock. bill in
hi- early' and gel a good selection. Hradentown and other points In support .
Doesn't this mean
: State.! something -. ,
KATL'M.Mr. South FloridaA ___ ____
Wanted.-A wood( hustler in every -. -i > !

---- ., Helen, Hale and three children, town to sell our perfect water filters, portion of Miss/ Mattie Bandy' The Moore
of Omaha, 111., who have been ependIngthA retailing from SI.50 to S8.00, 100 percent stock Millinery: ha arrived, and I II .' We carry sufficient belp to

THE: LOCAL past t"b month hate with profit to agents, exclusive territory .now open for inspection. The balenoeI Moore. Family.Show I: *, which deliver your packages within, r\
I "UD.I Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hale left forborne March-Seneca 2Qtti, 1 mo.Filter Co., Seneca,.Mo. I 18 expected any day 18-lt has just returned from the Philippine I I IhJ.a.ndl a few moments after the pus a
Monday highly delightedwith March
on be here
will Monday,
their visit. lion W. K. Jackson, of Lakeland In I chase. This I is not Idle
23rd and give performance
Found -00 Monday, March ttth candidate for Railroad 'Comill
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, M'NK-- -- -- --- -- ---- Messrs Chas and Roy Overstreet on street "f Klsalmmee! a gold watch pent yesterday. in Kissimmee; and their Iargecan. vas* theatre, at. your

Wade the Tuner. Orlando.For were here from Bartow the earlypart Owner can have same by paying for was a.pleasant this oRtaa. lip.I mr justclo.ed I I 'business and we know we
This show has j a contract ;
this notice and suitable( reward can please.
a to
:t of the week to visit their mother .
Fuller of 111. thejCeltic :
Mr. Lltchfield. a with Major MacKenzie,
Shanibareer. Or- antwho finder ANNIE POWKIX.Atre I
' Bicycle, 1MJU who has been BO aerlouiily ill, .U Dceof C. E. Franklin.An regular winter. visitor to K'tsslmmee' Giant, the tallest] man living, 11 ,. ... .
+ ltndo.r left this week for New York 'to who, has.been stopping some time at height' .' feet and 11 inches, 36 years ] -- -.-- t.if --.::-=::=.:iiiiI' n

r Mr. J "W "Seymour returned tot join her husband. ampor'aot.'meeLln" of the Junior the Park Hotel llett for his home 'this old,wetabt 4MJ pound Appeared ;: s

t Ous| laat Tuesday _. Engineer Dubose, of Lakeland, was Union will be held at the Baptist week. by command before all crown heads t, Kissimmee Drug .Co.I1se.4 .

k The Fay Stocking<<; for children and killed and a negro brakeman and a church on Sunday at 2 p. in. All Tbe Haggard: family, who have of Europe! and twice commanded ,t '
also loot tneir lire la a wreck member are urged to be All to before King Edward the VII, :
tramfi present the winter. appear ,
been here
ladles at l Stanford! Ca spending occupying I ,nee; Fa| ,,
near Lakeland, Wednesday, on the children in the second grade and of Mr Graham' King of Great Brlttaln and Ireland
Mr Lev I Drawdy, of Whittler hasbeen Atlantic Coast Ane. *' A freight train under at school I, be .sure Mod come, residence a left portion for their home* in Kentucky will positively be seen free of chargeeach : ]

spending the week In town. went. through /the trestle, piling &II there 1 II a ."peolal department. for this week. day in full Highland Costume '
Good 8eeon -h&lId 'watches at very several car in the ditch. No one except playing his National Instrument, the -7, .... _
H. I the three killed.. wa .seriously you.We Just received at the Home Store, anew bagpipe \
'C low prices. J. EDDITT. handle the celebrated Brenlin _______ ___
,,1 injured. supply) of the famous Red Dwarf
.. Leave packages for the White StarLaundry window-shade, fitted with genuine 'I Ink Pencil. They the most useful '
wltr Qulnn Edmoodson 471 Mrs. Wilson, of Rartow, was i here Hunshorn rollers,. and will sell for article for all kinds of writing. Cannot Rev. C. M. Britlam Resigns. |+j

i S'or 4S doves of "
case of Chills and Fever. Cold or Lam7r home Wednesday accompanied by city limit. Call at the Home Store I I C..ot. CaDOY"; of the Sugar Belt, past two years ha ably and accept V
grippe. her nieces, Misses Helen and Alice and see them. Is the successful applicant. for the ably Ailed: tbe Bapbtsta'pulpit a*
who will remain with her bun pastor at this place, tendered his
Overstreet alo on' Posniel
street nearBroadway
Lt. Col. W E. Cadman went up to until then: mother" 're urn from New Dr. S. C. Grim o'f heaver Falls, and will move resignation to his congregation\ 'last
Jacksonville last Saturday for York where she has gone for medical Pa., and R. Miller of Butler, Pa., In as'soon as the house is complete Sunday to take effect April let, he
Y-.k or ten d"YI. having accepted a call to the pastorate
left their last '
treatment for liome Saturday Kissimmee has a* few vacantbouse. '
Fancy and .
juln Kdmonaon will calltar your Is saving his night a short 'Visit here. ,While probably as any town of its size In of the Baptist church at Lake Family. Gro b
laundry. Please have the change for Mr. H Fleming, here Dr. Grim purchased a piece of the state and It speaks .)Veil' for the City. ceries.Fresh .
buildings In Broadway repainted Brlttaln I II popular 'InKtRslmmee
the tf. land from Mr C E. Franklin, Mr. very
him on delivery of same town. when new houses have several I
. In thorough shape
repaired and put located 'tit Steer (Ueach, where he applicant before they are finished. not only with the Baptists
FPS 8ALB A good young milk cow His flat in which his living room are to build a winter home, and ,. but all the citizen of the town, I ,. 1
I fresh with first calf. located, has been enlarged by the ad. become propose a tegujar winter cesldent.: We are In receipt of a card! from and his departure will be deeply re '
D. P OUTLAW. dl lon of two rooms and he propose 1 The doctor I II a prominent physician Hey C. M. Krlttaln. who I is at Lake gretted. Mr. Brlttaln has also wona I Fruii ''Nuts and
Little early date to install waterworks this week in which he in the hearts of' ,.
Try Klsslmwee Drug o's. at an of Beaver Falls and will prove a City says warm place our
Catharle Granules for Constipation, for the convenience" of himself valuable addition! to our community "H r you /get this card In time please people, and her rare musical talent Confectioneries,"
'? rnld Liver and IJilliounnesi 61-tf and tenant. : say In your paper this week that I which" has contributed! so much to the I

.Patrick' old Mr. W &. ,I. Overstreet who ban Capt Clay Johnson returned from can not preach at Campbell Stationon octal pleasure of the town,. will be _
New barber chop at seriously 111 for the past several Uasinger Tuesdaynight, having left :Saturday. because of my absence sadly, missed. .
artist _
stand. Servloe by a tormonlal his the Itoseada In Lake from lU.slmmee. but that '1 sill ,
for Mew York steamer .
conversant with all the latest. fads tf In weeks where,she left will Wednesday join her husband and Kissimmee. His light draft barge preach as usual out there next Sunday II'I' FOR SALE ever 1 thoroughbredregistered / Full Line Canned:,Goods, '

barberln under the care of a skilled on which wait loaded 150 boxes or afternoon. Preach Inn as usual young Jersey bull. These
Rev. '3. P. Lewis and C. E, Yowell)] be specialist placed fur treatment. She was accompanied grapefruit and other freight, he I at | Baptist church In Kisatmmee.." bulls are from the famous Miller & Cigars and-Tobacco.c

went up to Hampton last Friday to by' her eldest daughter, brought through to Lake Tobope-, Capt. J. W. Collier and Mr. O. F.: Sibley Jersey stock. Price very low ... ..
attend the State. Convention of the Miss Estelle Overire Her many' kaligh, by hoisting a temporary sail Edwards were called to Orlando yesterday account surplus of bull*. Address N'a'sr
Christian; church. friends here will hope for her a and guiding it by using long poles. to 'appear a* witnesses UNWED LAND Co..

? Syrup of White Fine and Tar i* a speedy recovery.,: ever This, kind is too of strenuous.of steam even boating for, I' against two neproe being tried in Klssunmee, Fla. Ooods are 'All Fresh and

remedy that will positively cure :Mr. F. W. Hill camn down, _from Johnson and after one more trip for the criminal court for burglary inthat I Official Returns. Prices'Low.r .
and Mr.
cough and cold For *..1It at Kislmmee Orlando Wednesday, where he ba which he left today his boats .win\ be city. Capt. Collier .....'
Drug Co. 51-tf In the hospital for18verli.r'da,1 Edwards both had their homes buaralarUed Following 1 f. the official return of
been tied up to await the rise of the water. I
here some time ago and when j i I election]
undergoing treatment'for the late wet or dry as can ,
returned to
her)''ri7"J: Goth Moneley this morning a severe attack of Jaundice !I We are requested by' the Village these negroes were arrested watches vaed by the County Commissioners

.. :eeln visit hire with her ,Though somewhat Improved, Mr, \ Improvement Society to call the attention stolen,from each of t.bem'were found last Saturday* :.
recovered, and' of the city father to- the fact in the possession of the prisoners. Campbell precinct No. 3 was U-rown '
i1l. daughter. Mr. O. w,. Overstreet.Mr. + Hill] Is not fully I ,dludu txll attlud atea ilk
p I after a few days visit! with bllt familyat that a large number of the shade The following new announcements ,, out and the vote not counted, on account
John Avant, ot Walterooro.S" KarcoosRee. will return to the trees on the public streets In various of candid at** will be found In our of conflicting returns, the result .M. TILLER
... C., arrived Tuesday night ..nd hospital for further treatment. portions of the town have more or announcement column this week; I of a clerical era or. TIre vote In\ .
4, "will,' some time visiting hiatrbrother less spanish mot on them, whlol)).... For county Judge, rA.. Minn for' that precinct, however was 7. wet and ;tl't
"\ H C. Avant, at Ashton. One of the best at large arguments la towns againstcattle is : allowed to (crow unchecked will eventually county treasurer, J..W Collier and I 16 dry: Real Estate: Agency.J' '

Send collars, cuffs and shirt running by the progressive people kill the tree This I* a timely J. L. Ueaman; for Supt. Public Instruction .- :
your made
being suggestion and it 1 III to be hoped tbe J. Sear for NN\\N
W. ; Super
to the White Star Laundry. Quinn where a cow a few mfi
Edmondson will call tot your pack.aQ'e. of day KlMiromee.ago nearly' killed an old lady in : street committee will take the removed.matterIn visor of Registration, C. W. Griffin; i -1 .! i ii : Realty bodght and"soldJ) ., |.3' .,
hand and! have the moss for member School Board J. B. J
F '
; If will notify him of thoseKeotle \ Houses rented
vou the streets and It was' one :, l'
Pretty shade tree., of which Kissimmee Tumblln and P. G. Croraartle: for
Mr. C. W. Griffin left Sunday for / 'milk: cow., too. One of theevidenoesof.a has a large number, is one of the County Commissioner, W. H. Mann I ......._ .. .... .. _:.II) rt4 1M If "1 4 Taxes paid and''' "tlesver: \

'Ifi':4 New Smyrna, on a short visit to his dead in nonprogressivetown the street of most valuable assets of any town and G. M. Huobard. i Hhlncte('_P..u . : .- 'ified for non-residents. i: t x
r parent He expected: also to make a 1 I. the presence t Fat-ham 411 11 2S.,0
) '; business trip to the lower Cast Coast. bogs, cattle eto.-Jacksonville) :Me Some miserable miscreant whose A deal was consummated ithls week 1. Crabb Si 0 II o J:: Fire, Life and Accident. -. .
4 ropII. penchant low down cussedness I. whereby the Klsstmmee,Drug Co. has '. WMttiat 26 I III 1N..r. I.'i I. suranctii. --

;" i' FOR SALE.-I have for sale six good W J. Soars and Tax Collector almost Inconceivable, vtclted theHigh again changed; hands tbe former J ti I 10'. 0 1 .I Indemnity. ,Bonds,. W"
Supt. J '
horses which must be disposof, K. L. Lesley and Dr. ,
School grounds last Friday night owners .
Saturday .
and will go at a sacrifice. C.from L. Dandy St. ',Petersburg returned last, where and with a ruthless band uprooteJthree M, J, Hick having sold to Messrs. ..-- -_--,.&.411 130 30 1.y..... r'shrwr- ....'..,.,.-r'Jl. '
J. W MILLER. attendedHth Grand Lodge K. of the shade tree.. planted by A. B. Jarrel). of Tampa and W. W. and .J e
_. _
they tuition
Both the Free free room
Her teachers. and Arbor Jackson. new. proprietors "
Miss India Lesley returned to >p3. delegate from FriendshipLodge. pU11111 .JA.
of as Jarrel I reduction in the regular rate ol
drug Mr. '
home in Tampa Tuesday, after a St. Petersburg put her beetfoot day', t.hrowID2'ODe on the are experienced : '
visit here wit.hbe' family of her foremost and gave the lr..lIaMKolabt.l veranda of the school building\ This having been with the Tampa Drug boarding will be given to Florida E. DROUdHT, ..
of the moat exagerautd ofinexcu.ableweannee.ofwhich Co. for teperal year, while Mr teacher and prospective teacher.
brother Clerk of the Court E. L. royal good time Mr. Is one eases
a Outer Guard we haveever Jackson-ha been employed by' the while taking-the review course in the \\A. -";-
Lesley. Sear was elected of Stetson Unl
time Normal Department
ultimatepromotion known,' and was the subject of Kissimmee Drug Co. for some
Tbe ladle .of the Village Improvement whlcn, put him the in highest line pinnacle of much adyerae comment and indignation as prescription clerk. Mr. Jarrell returned verslty, Deland Florida; during th e, D D&, .Work 6f all' kind*'dqnr

Society are planning' for an to which happy \ among our citUena. It I.I too to Tampa yesterday to wind spring term beginning March 26th, Collections l made Taxes ald.KJ.U1M1lDo '
other'entertshuzient' .at toe opera Knightly' honor, upon the con- bad that no clue was left by which the. up his affair there and twill return to and continuing for a period of ntn;1 .
receiving .
House, the details 'of wbloh ,will' be ,attainment,. ulatioD'be of is his.local brethrtin.I culprit. miff-behave. been Identified. Klin\mee. \ to live .about'April weeks..' '.- .! .V. *. i o tuD.
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'PERUNA EDITORIAL NO. 2. 'PRITCHARD' ,! SAT ITt . AN >NSUT.T.I -. .1 .f. -="- flV1TSED.: - J:. .:".,;\ ;'
I 'visitors to China had '
I I Tbe foreign
(crossing West Oaddle don't see wilt yon '
I because J askrd to,'see -native execution and "
I the enow glor-- should feel Insulted be said I .
: Dr.) H rtman has claimed for Biajny yean that Penma is an U llr.rR1l'1' ,I this mornlngT" I your es were' like slant.: aMiss .Ltli'1 <. governor of. the ,province for a'r] ,-, "','

CATA1tPMIY. Some of tb*aootor"*critics have diapnted the. doctor's. I by Jo vet K Prude-You dontT Why stars, +consideration had consented 16 oblige' i :

,-I claim as to the efficacy of reran* By Decision of cut there add on- kepp wlnklrlg 'at you uU the time., ., them "!:t','

sinoe: the ingredient of Peraaa are no longer a secret, vi.t do the'medical Carolina PUlladelplili! Press. S "Have miMTy, your highness walled '. :, I
I 'as they
anthoritiM say'concerning the remedies of which Peruna eonposedfTake the wretched criminals, ..
FINISH. The Blue" Jackets'! Friends" Society tbe '"
before governor. nays
for Instance, the 'iAgndlent! HYDBASTIS CANADENSIS, OSQOLDJbN I pensive. cringed
was I' has been Incorporated Boston.. The chance?" .
I : 8UAJL The United States Dispensatory sayt of this herbal. remedy, laid! Rgloald oljact IS to Pl'Ot.flCt navy boys from wo"None rte whatever" responded tils '

that It is w employed: d in the treatment of depraved mucous membranes, JURISDICTION, altar. There" ''I discrimination In places of aniusemenL highness: cbec"fully.f'Jt'Jt a case of ft, ,

,' ohronio'rhinitis (nasal catarrh), atonlo drspeptJa (catarrh of the stomach), "his leadership I .'Taels I win heads you lose.: t

fchronio Intestinal catarrh, oatarrhal jaundice (catarrh of th, liver), and in Tit,Ells, ,,v' .. .MB : w ._. ,

diseased mucous membranes of the pelvic It is also recommended for Money Voted TEA'-HABIT
organs. by ; HOW TO II1Qw'PURE -PAIIIT. THE ENGLISH ,. :
the treatment of various of diseases to .
forms peculiar women. ecute Alleged '

Another Ingredient of Peruna, COHYDA1IS TOEHOSA' II classed in the Forthcoming from ,, How An American Duflnets Man
Halted States Dispensatory as a tonic. I A Way In. VMcli! It May be identified Tried to. Overturn a British '
Up by Befcre Using.s ':
j CEDED? SEEDS II another ingredient of Pernna, en excellent drug that ; Tradition. ".
Afler a building has been painted A writer in Everybody's: Magastne
las been very largely overlooked by the medical profession for the '
past fiftyyears. The : Ions enough for a weather test It II colllslon'cf an -
, i court the
i, supreme ; ; tells the', story of
., THE SEEDS ABE TO BE FOUND IN VERY, FEW DRUG STOBE3.The easy to ,tell if- the paint used was wIth the Eng"lUh -' ' .,
: Vnited States Diipensatory says of the actlorj of codron.that it is used as i sitting at made of pure White Lead 01 not. Hut American business\ man to Lone ,'
habit: Iohad! gone :, ,
a bitter tonic and Li the treatment of dysentery, and in intermittent diseases an opinion Saturday. in "/ such belated 'kfrowle) dae; 'comes like lea on-oftne '
.s SUBSTITUTE; FOB QUININE., Lon in sustained In : locking tile batn 'after the colt )s stolen don as tho manager of ''
enterprises In which American\, *
. I biggest :
. for the '
1 $15,000
OIL 07! COPAIBA, another ingredient of,Peroon, is classed by the United What one j wants Is a test that ,will money Is Invested. He was formally... :-

States Dispensatory as a mild stimulant aDd diuretic. It aots on the stomach J general assembly for tell the quality of the paint before it Introduced lo all his heads of'departments

. and intestinal tract.! It acts as a itimnlant on the (renito-nrlnary membranes. 1(I of the alleged : and the labor of putting It on ere I on the,first day he went to the'i,::
, ThIS matter : paid for.Nature. > "
was had strolled *
Useful in chronic cystitis, chronicdys. : has In office. After everybody
provided a way
; I I Piitchnrd,, In the : and' he lia.l turned to Us desk .
entery and diarrhea,and some ohronio which"' genuine white led may be away ..,
: Our Peruna Tablet diseases of the liver'and kidneys. J edJurisdiction of the positIvely distinguished from adulterated I a small clerkly,looking !person .approached
I amounting I pad before and said: *Tlcaso, air
I These opinions to ingredients to 800000. or fake White him
The you spend a cent on your painting. to know If we can have some .
Is Peruna I I I opinion I wish
A of Peruna. held all '
are by writers on 'C Pure White Load Is made from metallic 5 '
: "We hold that the new lea rings. .
: the subject, includingBartholoW' and lead, and.under intense heat,
T" said the manager: ;
: Fluid Removed. Scndder. :, sented that eny court blo" that I such as Is produced by a blow-itlpe. "Tea of the ThiswesBm. ,l, ,
"what in the name ,
cate White ad will resolve Itself
debts net pure C
07 'HTDBA8TI3! BARTHOLOW I I up Vegetable : tea rings?" -I :>'
ll-juor: old I back Into metallic lead. It. however, ''bankment are
S4y3 it is applicable to stomatitis to It. nor women safely It ls not genuine White Lead or If it "Rings we put on the stove whenwe .

.(!catarrh of the mucous surfaces of the mouth), follicular pharyngitis (catarrh that $800,000 of its of Life., contains tho slightest trace of adulteration .make our lea sir. Thank you."

; cf the pharynx), chronic coryta (catarrh of the head). This writer classes I I by Its fiscal officers ] : '. E. Hanson, the change will not take ""'hen you niake your tcaV' .'

' fcydrastis' as a stomachic tonic, tuefnl In Menlo dyspepsia (chronic gastric I i Isterod by any court >lumb Ohio, place an absolute Therefore and the final"blow-pipe"one. testIs "Oh, yes, sir; we have our tea' regularly I ,

catarrh), .catarrh of the duodenum catarrh of the pall duct, catarrh of the foderal court had no ; i, ';" The National' Lead Company.arc ) every afternoon.' Ttiouk you.:'
t. Intestines, catarrh of the kidney. (chronio Bright's disease), catarrh of the | pass the order the Change urging every one Interested In paint- Tbe manager looked Into the tea "

bladder and catarrh of other pelvic organs. i I spondentt from paying from nervous Ing to make this test of paint before business. lie found hue clerk was .

: BARTHOLOW REGARDS COPAIBA as an excellent remedy for chronic I The order of other annoying using It. and theyjguarantee that tho I right. The wholo office force quit 2
. told that pure White Lead sold under, their !V of the afternoon
me mld<
catarrh of the bladder, chronio bronchitis (catarrh of the bronchial tubes). I court therefore' off or da Vegetable Com 'Dutch )Boy PaInter t trade-mark will work in the proposltl in did
, I and teV. The \
BABTHOLOW STATES THAT CTTBZB: an ingredient of Ferana, tectlon to the and since tak always prove absolutely J\I'O \under .diank" '- '
inlod so
proi Anieilrun ,
i 111.
: motes the appetite and digestion Increases the circulation. the blood.' Useful 1' turn. Is adjudged better and.I can the "lilow-plpe" or any other test: I not appeal: to rho lea. '
order stopirln
in chronio'nasal follicular I "The Judgment' of I never forget To make It easy for you 'to pcrfoinitbe ho Uduod an
catarrh pharyngitis (catarrh of the pharynx) wild .
Lydia E. Pink- experiment they will send you drinking. There was a PFotesthero
Increasing the tonicity of the nnoons membranes of the throat It also relieves the petitioners are did for me free upon request: a blow-pipe and woi this American overturning .

' hoarseness. Useful in atonio dyspepsia (catarrh of the stomach), and in i of mandamus fro ." everything necessary for you to make (lie precedents 'of centuries !Here ,

chronio catarrh of the colon and rectum, catarrh of the bladder, prostatorrhea. , ing the respondents WOMEN. the test together with a valuables ,was a man who-dared lo'' deprive tho :'
booklet paint. Address, National
and chronic bronchial affections. state on their tea. The manager
dispensary Mrlions\ of :
? Lead Company, Woodbridge Building! "
E) c KILLSPAUOH MEDICINAL PLANTS, one of the most authoritative I from the funds In Lydia made New "York City. bl'J.out\ for a mcnlh and then capitulated -

- works on medicinal herbs in the English language, in commenting upon I treasury' the sum of $ !\ has been, tho, for hula bourd of dlieclcrs! stood

COLLIHSOKIA CANADENSIS, sass that it acts on the pneomogastrio and of the attorney femalo ills GETTING 1113."Of wllli the clerks The dln-rto'"tlr,

vaso motor nerves. It increases the'secretions of the mowus membranes in I for by the, state tho\tsandqol course you d01 't want anythingyou lea too. lie rescinded, the order,

general In the" mountains of Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee and Carolina, j ruary. 1908. troubled with : are not entitled to," said the bought Iho new tea rlll$ %8. and used. kept In '

" 'collinsonia canadensis is considered a panacea for many disorders, including "It.. Is a well. ,nice ra. conscientious man. lab on the amount of beverage.Kaa He ,

44 headache, cello, cramp. dropsy and indigestion. DA. SCTJCDER regards it however, that the. ( irregularities "Of pounce not" answered Senator brewing discovered this that necessary the tea.thirst of the .

Highly as a remedy in chronio diseases of the lungs, heart disease and asthma. preme court Itself that bear. Sorghum ; "but I will Incidentally re- clerks In his oJllces: cokt the companyfor

t These citations ought to be sufficient to show to any candid mind that Pe- of the state supreme : ', indiges- irMik that I nwajV have the beat le- gas 'used to blew It $3S:; a year.
gai talent available to ascertain whatI
.:J', xnna is a catarrh remedy. Surely, such herbal remedies, that command the struction of the prostration. entitled ."
1f am to -Washington Star.
enthusiastic. confidence of the highest authorities obtainable, brought together and statutes and of ; '
in proper combination ought to make catarrh' of the all sick More Marriages In England.
remedy highest efficacy. is binding upon the for advice. .--
L This Is our claim, and we are able to snbitantiate this claim by ample : the United States. thousands to .100 Reward, 5*00. Many Interesting detaJlg as to the
from The readers of this piper will be plnaed, to marriages: which tooklla"e\ In England -
jactations the HIGHEST JIKDICAL AUTHORITIESIH THE WOULD. "This court will not Moos. learn that there IB at ISaaC one dreaded. <1iaen ami Wains during 1908 are given .
i ume that .the ---- .. that ,science ha been able to cure In all detail't
the Registrar-General's
make the In
iti .tageiand that l.Ctctarih. IlairCataJTb-- '
: I baa placed upon the flret. Cure .tii Iheoniy peicitivecurenow known to ed report for that year There were .
IAN Makes the Liver .Well and....the statute; In I. : I the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a con- more of them than in the previous
titutional d. constitutional
to 14 Days. require a
NUB -, regarded by the tnntment. llail'.tarrhCureuetakemint.r.naliy.acting year, but the Increase was not con '

Restores Healthy Action to the "The Issuing of this to Protruding cure any directly upon tbe blood and inn- spicuous In the case of 1\'IJwer.( '
I' ) refunded. COc. com nirfacea of the ymtemthereby Jealrojr- while there was ho increase st all In 1'Umt
Kidneys. Purifies the Blood. of mandamus Is ins tb. foundation of tlie.dwecae. ,and giving of widows. As already' recorded "
ance until the further I tile p.t.ient strength. by builiiing up tbe constitution
: ,TRYQ BOTTLe.II.6ItyourdealfWorlt the success the birth rate was abnormallylow ,
: . courl.1 and assisting nature in doing M* ,
Ifj'J' work. Tin propnrlonlhtT, eo murh faith while tho death rate was higher
: ; ; I in it. curatite power that they offer One for the '.
FOR rOKXS. Hundred Uollara for any raae that it fail to "
INTIMIDATING your corns, bun cure bend for hit of testimonial Addrea* The marriage rate allows an, Increase -
> when you get F. J.CUE:
Thanks, Nothing Helped !' Lame Back President' of Mobile &: PAINT, the sure I Tile fold UalTi Druffint Family. 7.V.Pills! for conatipation. below the average for tbo ten yean P '

Union' Is Fined It euros.the pain 189C1906.
A. Jury In the city Un hard ones ant The birth rate was the lowest ever '

; ;* As Minard's' Liniment Ala..' Satutday ocby.: mall VPS AND DOWNS. recorded, being, 0.1 !leas than In 1905 '

guilty against o.. "I suppose' ," ,eald the manager, and 1.Q lower ,than the! decennialaverage. . r.
"that you are etlll determined to elevate .. I
/ .-London Chronicle.. ;
'" -. dent ofth'e Mobile, cult i'e' are : . .it
. the t".y (
'1 received battle of Minard's Liniment and uied stage? ,
sample t "
your .r'litf ; \
\ ,
; ;
k .. It, and think U tho best there U, a* It has )hriptd me. Last May, ,/ . ,,' lon: "Charged' ,, with 1 : \ f4l',,,\ " 'No' ," answered Afr, fUormlngtonTlarres ':, ,-' .. ,I<,,\ '. "..',,."'!;!"J,,"II,<,, "

.; .when. moving, I hurt my back and have doctored for it eyrr ilnce. ,i'i\. : '4 \ bll.lva'i language\ : } ; ,,"I i haven't..been ''thinking' ,,;,'' ""f, :'I. UNLUCKY, '" "I.'I. '
1 I also think your Liniment is fine for headaches.' I waited until .* $137.50from\ \which \ tKA? II' ;' much of elevating the ,stage.1*,-What. ht :Sbe'i"Wa8'the Jnost"unlucky!gilwe\

,. I was sure I could purchase It here before I wrote so if I could not, neys; for the defendant I would like now Is some way of lowering ever" hired.: The very Orst day: she\f""f '" "'''')
would send for It. Yours with thanks A. L. Giles. Powerful l broke ,
Suffer In the railway fares." Washington a half dozen cups and saucers: :
beneficial an appeal to the .
4 penetratIng and soothing free from oil or grease and Star. She was certainly unlucky."
alike for' child or adult, containing nothing injurious to even the Durt wag charged ,. "UnJu ky! Why. If that girl 1 was

.j most sensitive syttem Mirurd's Liniment: la at once the most Miss Li. C. .Alebau- lt>3 Vim St., to work for the English '
.. effective,, economical, agreeable and clean to use external application going to* her office and : "For more What Causes ITcadaclie. aristocracyshe'd

for' rheumatism, neuralgia, stiffness of limb, j Joints or muscles if she continued her .VAAPB__. I_ WAS__ __ rrom October to:May, Uold.*are the meet side of smash week a1the'\ ." family plate In.
s' sort feet or hands, chest pains or hoarseness proof of which is cf HoHdache a -Cleveland Plait -
frequent cause Lnxntiva
,found in the grateful letters"of thoM who have used it, like the oneASLUCILES log girls the ke'bo rd ;with back Jlroino jninlne lemoVo caiue.: K W. Dealor. ,

above, signed by thaler typesetting The simplest (.lro1
Miss Alebau ''-. completely )40 \
; I me. I bad It's easy to take things as they come PERHAPS.
threatened to hound if they are coming our '
or ambl way. "Why did George Washington owa '
753 Pawling Are. N. Y.
city If !BUB continued 'jf ... nervous and up to chopping the cherry tree?"
A special. bottle tent free on request Minard's Liniment Mfg. Co.. South teaching! girls headache and l Stop That Cough "Perhaps," replied the western law.
t mmlogham Mass. before It becomes chronic.. Get
keyiboarda.. spells. Attar Brown's Bronchial Troches the best yer, "his judicial mind enabled bins

was despairing preparation known for coughs.An to foresee! the reluctance that baa '

f' Its only a matter of time until a You can't lift yourself up by pulling BANDIT BINDS Doan'a Kid. been developed about putting any

Cast discovers others down.Oarfield and their Amusing Tag. faith In confessions."-Washington .
L& young man that the raceIa't
'r*-' always to theswlft. l Bold Robebry p';;:;= and a perma." "When I was connected with a Star. .
Tea_ .fmpl and satisfactory Northern certadn western railway." ear a .,
laxativel Composed of Herbs it regulaU 60 cents a box. prominent officer of an eastern> line, MUSIO'Should 8TUI)12fE
; NO NKBO: TO COT. brakeman.
"we employ
had in our
them with Healtbi Have Steady Nerve
JTot palat asaorT's IAN titI4KOOBII and bring; Good 1 the westbound Oriental
.: PUS, following dlreotlons oa I Orent Northern railway be peevish but who, for special service rendered' to ,

the bottle.and yoult hare no more corns.k Fortune tellers! get a share of year Idaho about the road was granted a month's va- The nervous system of the must* .
Lturesbsrdeoraontop of tbe toes, sot ry. cation. clan Is often very sensitive and any
fortune for It.
Qros botweea them, bunions or tore oat-llous telling 'bound the two mall "He decided to spend his time in habit like coffee drinking may s.o1up.'

spots on th' test without outttngbarn, mall car and ? GA.., a ,(rip over the Rockies. We fur- set the nerves as to make reguar: and"

tag or leATlag any aoreD_. 853. at drugtor Itch cured In 30 minute by Wool ford'. I mall for 100 miles. flushed him with'passes. necessary dally practice next: to Im ")
-. ** or by mail from TBB ABBOTT Co., Sanitary Lotion. K vr fula. At druggists. off the train and "He went to Denver and there meta possible V 'i '(

:. I&D .OL ----- was not discovered I. number of' his friends at work on .'1 practice from seven to eight '

Cold cash! covers a multitude: of reached Spokane. five 'one ot the Colorado roads. They hours a day and study Harmony two

Ever notice how many friends you freckles. give him a goad: time and when hours." writes a Mich. music Itu ,1It.t ,

4 bave when you don't need them be went away made him a present of "Last September I was so nervois't .

Wo Your rel Aoh* ....! Earn ALL BATTLESHIPS: a mountain.goat. could only practice a few minutes at "'t' .

Only One "Itromo Quinine" Shake Into your.oboes Allen's Foota "Evidently our brakeman was at a a time and mother said I would have- ,if; '
That .is .Laxative Bromo Quinine. Look powder for the feet It make him, to drop my music for a year ,,2'Tbia )
_v.. for the signature of K. W. Grove. Used the new hoes ml MaY. Cure Corns Buxtona.
SWollen: Hot, Smarting and BweatlngTefc* fOr. Senate as the express: charges were veryheavy was terribly discouraging as
I World to Cure Cold in SSe.
over a OaaDq. and Ingrowing Nail Hold by all druggist That there are at that time. Finally however I couldn't: bear the thought of losing 4. <')

and them .tC>n!.. 85 ct*. Sample Mint YitaL bitting' upon a happy expedient, I a whole year of study. Becoming '. 1'- '
: Address Allen tt.: UUxuited, lABor, N. Y. the construction of (
Some born cre&t..then convinced '
men! are that
pro- he made out a shipping tag and tied my nervousness wast .
o.edtosluimp. ships was. charged ( It to the horns of the goat. Then I caused largely by coffee and seeing)
When extremes: meet they don't always tain C. McR. Winslow $ is-HI lIMa if be presented the beast to the office Postum so highly spoken of. I decided: '

recognize ellcloU1e of tbe bureau of of the clock car line. I would test It for awhile. ,

$ 'CAPUDINE navy. department and "Well that 'tag created no end of "Mother followed tbe direction!

L. 1Ce'" former naval LIE S carefully' and I thought I had never ,'
5 Something NiV> Under the 8... amusement 'but It served to. accom-
$ ?SW.S
i ... .
::.:::. 1.nen. BollMil. tasted such
,# CU RES .m. 1k. .cb. A lady in Illinois ant VI 12o a year aco dent Jloosevelt In .-,".. u4 Skla- pHih the, end of the brakeman. It drank a delicious drink. We> ,
tot our nmarkabl. collection of vegetable the senate naval llae..not.. I. tutu. was Inscribed as follows: Postum every morning Instoadj
t : COLDS AND eTttPre ffi fSi and flower ***da and sold 137.70 worth ... all __.. *. a of coffee and b7 November I felt .
Butter. ,
The former officer . _' 'PI Pass the Thomas .
therefrom mad 31 cent. That's m e M la
! __i ... ...f&da .1... C.U ka4 or per : more like myself than foryears'anutLwas ,
Meechln n t <
Evans 1. Brakeman. S. S. and T.
Admiral t
.... 1M ... Ms tLMuIa1p new. under
-t ready to resume
_ .Juit tend this notice with 120 and receive my music.
Ry.Harper' Weekly.
tbe mot original teed and plant draft when they left : .. . ,. , "1 now practice ae usual, do suit
:Local' DEPUTY Wanted catalog publubed and studying and when my day work Is
1 pkg. Quick Quick" Carrot........9 .10 SWEET MASa finished
ORBATHUrr Protective,.and BeneflclaJ 1 pit,. K.rliet Kip Cabbage..:...... .10 The old. dragon lamp burned, low. I am, not any more. nervous .
Or4.r ...... started. Over 60.000 inern.bsrU. 1 pk,. Earliest Emerald (,Cucumber .15 8CHMITZ GIVES HE But ) "Oh. Edwin." she whispered ,as she than when I began.
Both men and women. Help (et 1 pk,. JA CroM. AUrket lettuce.... .15 "I cannot too highly recommend.:
I1AL OPPORTUMITIBS, with'Otherirt \'1 pkg. Early Dinner Onion........... .10 Released from Jail In uu nestledcloser' -to his big'Apollo ehoul- Postum to ,, '
HIGHER WAdiag I.KSJS TOILIMPROVED 1 pkg. fctrmwlierry; Mnkkmelon.! .,...,..? .15 ders. "It does seem that-tba.t our musicians who practice
r laO CONDITli.", r.D.rtlIf. I pk,. Thirteen Day lUdub......... .10 senting Ball of $ , hearts run together" bait a day. My' father Is a physician.. ., ,_
.' NO RACK DI0CRIMINATION. 1,000 kernel ';gloriously, beautiful and recommends Po tunj to 'his ...
_5 : SIS to each male member at ,flower e d. .... ., .' ..' '>..' ,..13"Total Eugene E. Schmlti upon the And a very peculiar expressioncame ; patients.
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Above is uMfctent Mod to grow! U': bit. health beverage and experience has. ) -
"(Jill '
'of $150,000. His "What do I care about hearts running -
of rarest cUble and thourand of( brilliant turn It.
.... IM BACH LOCALITY} > proven superiority over ,all oth.
_eric after hour LIBERAL.: PAT flower, and all ill mailed to'youPOSTPAID T. H. .William and W together be' snapped. -That era." "There's a Reason.", , '
'AMD"PLEASANT: WORK. Writs at roa lie, blamed package of bom..madefuclee
onca- for full partloulara. enclosing tOo or U you-send 180..we will add a Dackage charges of extortion Name given by Postum Co.:..Battle,
: tor DOBUa-e..The I-L-U ORAND LODGe, of Uerlintr Earliest Cauliflower. John,A. which he had not yet you gave me has run together la sny Creek., Mich. Read "The Road to ,.,

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: THE PULPIT them bectusa' they are part' clr..1DY".eU MAN AND 8IA'1f' Rl1NDLY.
and I am only One '
as shards and 'j o/
shreds of the
whole fair
jny.' '' out :demands, It, being circle.Vllne'here'Mi, On the Most -Excellent Terms Out tnYdltfwstone tthaaaboltontrana atM&Q.ahlbRa.en
q'Tosaeleebti esleadt
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A, BRILLIANT SUNDAY SERMON 81 they are not mine hereafter And In .Park. : o.1 N. it. Bnbl tp, lb.
I < THE REV; ROBERT COLLYER., looking Into my own life I can aee One of th.-moat.pleasant features y.aswt T.rnbl..wd rl.trt lsr.s ectsbin.d b Iles utrdd.Vr.wwbs .
of the Ldlohawronrwdantaeab6.a..ndeardw
homes .
; : "'Where r have missed my way' and of the drive'tbrougb the Yellowstone happy pl..weIWkbedet.laedMtieapsaair. Bp..W.aprsr

want to try again. I am only a learn., National Park says the jTroy Times fund of l information! Men Pr/cr Y f.ll.wa'N.pOI b{.010 a{Iyp D.1pmI{.e DM
,iii Subjects 'T vr4! the {3un ct. er. I want still to learn and turn my Il'tlle apparent Intimacy between of promoting health t0,00DM tali owl saw fe 000MLtD pro 1,610, .,

-i can lesson this to Incompleteness some noble use' 80 what man anj the' animal and bird life la right living and. aM-\w naH-.Mitrw.r aY-.e..r.WML.w M.urf4Mu W..a- .

Brooklyn N. "Y. .-... The venerabl haunts but the Intimation mean of which com- tbe bark' Thank to the wise .and best products.. .- lwrw arrr/.RWreM10., ,..

vl/orous"Dr. Robert Colyi pletenessT This claim as It' seems to stringent regulations, no shooting. Is Products of
still / *
but me Is founded In fair allowed within its boundaries.
In the First Unitarian reason, and we reasonable
L"'I6.* Church preached Sunday morning; to a large, hold the right to see 'the account "The result," says an English tour :

congregatlont Ills subject wal come out fair andtrueon this ground,; 1st, "Is positively charming. Hundreds and which bare at.t ,

"Looking Toward $unset. and for iron no other. 'of little chipmunks, with their acceptance through .

his text he took the two passages of May I not say once more that the. gaudy striped backs, _moper Impudently Well-Informed of a
years as they come and Ih utd'bring '
Scrlpturel I. Timothy 4:8: "Th go about' o at the passing .
orpeer only but of
the heart to OTTOLVMay
of 4he life that 1) and of that
promise coach, from the roadside The squirrel
"' this we call deatb'Ihould the happy of
that which Is to come, and JI.-Coi- not be faculty
did not bolt for the tree but
thought< of-and especially\ by those
Inthians 15:63 : "This mortiX.mui fag the best the
." who like myself have had a long lease nodded -welcome. All bird life treat-
on Immortality. Dr. Collye ,the Boll
put Escape Weevil
\ said: of life-as a bane but a blessing, and ed ,us likewise. Even the lordly eaglet One of the _

I think It U no wonder, as the die while so surely would this hovered near, and the wild turkey known component To do this; quick'maturity: (U essen' '
and and fare world be the loser by our staring; the .
years cornel go,, we on talked unconcernedly through remedy approved by
the that those who love us most dearly tiaL, It Is the late cotton that
toward the sunset of life that \ doe'and
rank ..ra..., "perceived a mended
the ,
now Is, the heart In us .should feel a would pray that we might be aet free sawn erasing by the road. ,Not 'until by' suffers most, as, the attack of the
touch of dismay now and then-whe ieari.ihq\ the over many World as a Valuable
It woad make: we were within a few feet did they boll weevil is most severe in August.
no matter -
1 try to Imagine ourselves dot of laxative Is the .'
we body but the same man or won to the creatures of the lower ere seek the shelter of the woods yet not The maturer the bolls at that time the .
the ,
t t atlon we have glanced at. If their! life '.to fly. simply moved .aside. and Elixir of Senna. -
an,, away from the world we live In, Thef less harm is done. A..liberal supply of
yet still In a home which will be could! run, on forever nitist\ ld!! kindlygroote. ."JJere! at least mankind was regarded , effectsalways buy C:.

'._ homelike and welcome, and of a da .,, becausS they meaBttfe as a flend-olle >who could be factured by the" :

when tbe seasons wilt be DO mon their life .by their Instincts, and the tm \\.ed. The only animal who ran I: only and for sale by POTASH .
present moment Is the perfect sphere. I .
have been or'tbe Ind
what they sun
They want away was a brown bear. He turned i _
which no better, an they fear no '
the streets OIL we wall '
or stars the, homea In which we dwell. A worse, and take no thought 'for the tall at the sight of' I ookehing party MIGHT IIAVB '... -,fertiliser favors: ,rapid, vigorous, healthy growth, which is

. time when we can, clasp bands no morrow. The squirrel has his nuts yet It was quite a common thing for "Tea." Oussle best means of insuring; a big crop. The bolls On late matur .
more with, friends; sit no more at the and the bee his honeyand so through tears to approach close to the hotels. the first time I '
,. table and Join In the cheery talk; $o all the spheres of their life. at evening 'to feed on the refuse actually called alad"lick1 plants are nearly tell,destroyed. ,

to our work In the morning and when tween But here lies the distinction be thrown out. 1C 'was ''an 'itter-dinner been talking! to Every planter should study our book, "Cotton Culture." Sent

the day'e stint I. done go home, take have' our life and tbetrs: Where they' relaxation for the guests ,to watch either Say on'application. Address '.,
Instincts we have
book we love best to read and '
some where they have' habits we have outlooks them feeding.. They munched anddisputed is 11e. anywayt"- ;
then to sleep through the nlleni, WORKS 93 Nassau Street New York
for the GERMAN KALI .
and Inlooks. anticipations and ( the choicest morsels "Well. said :
hours to wake again in the
shadowy : .
Ga,-U4 CanaUseBulUlBel
morning and find that God has made reflections and our :Manhood on the most part Indifferent to the company.Only awfully: slow, for -. -Mon4nock BuHdlo* Atlanta.

nil things new. And I think thl+ line to which we have risen holds in .'; when -we,became Inquisitive and delphia Press. .

touch of dismay'may well be of all Its lieart our, cross and jour crown. approached too noar did they retire; '

things natural and therefore ,rightbecause The glamor .of youth (J mine no and these animals 'ware, perfectly |
In this bodY and find more; yet I may remember with ten- .
we are free and unfettered in their -mo". Tonsilitis.
der regret and I may Id some dim I
that In the measure of our life 'is our
fashion be aware why'the eternal' ments. It may tead like a fairy tale, ,
U' loyalty to tbe things' ; we ('anoucl1: love should ,give me the blessed boonof It 1s solid fact : If,a sepwt, \ : '
'.. ", and see. To>be feeblo aged this loyalty alok.a5 i or Is swelling and inflammation of .
death, wheu I have drank 01) fill 11ll_s -,
the world he lives in la f
to no
more than an Instinct to hold on, but at the fountain of lite down here and Students Abroad. : l al.': : the glands at the side of the throat, Jv* t .'
it Is time to cross the bar. And tben
In those who ane still hale and IIh'onltIt .
lea loyalty tot which they ran give I must take this truth home to my' The Board of Education has ask-- j >t>4 T '
food:': leaoon... They love the fragrance heart: that by the time I have bad ed the Throne to order the Chinese', wltli...>Mpa rr a ho \ : : Slo *K "IV Ci' -

,of the opening spring that flU enough of life the world live In now : students abroad, who are now maintained ."...."'-.II. l ; '
them with the old delight end, the may. have had enough of men So 1 1 at the government expense' tor ..L IIQ,a
must*not only get out of the world,, L/iivimeixt r&
with her fruits and flowers
summer to further
short course ofVaUidy.
but out of the that the a ,
way, so new
and the olden treasures of the autumn ,
man may have room for the work he pursue their studies f9r another flv THE MAN
and the white glory; of the win
ter. All this IH eo dear and hum a; must do. To most of 'us the time years and then they will .be duly THE FISH used as a gargle: and applied to

hat It comes a little hard to think (If comes when we begin to trace the examined, and If,they pass they' maybe the outside of me throat reduce _
truth of tho time lines ol At12.08).t.
jiew Uy the. suitable title and ap
a time when all this can be no more granted a
what It In here and now. And so It longitude and forget: tbe lines of lati- pointments. Imperial sanction has the swelling and gives instont relief.
tude; wedo not believe in tbe new
ought to be. If the option were glvon beea'Ilveti' to tbe' memorlaL- '
to many of us while the tides of man frgm, the Lord, but want the DId For Croup Quincy',Sore Throat
Mercury. ,
and full to man and manhood that will be true '
life run deep! exchangthis
life for ther splendors of the ('e. to.our .line of measurement. Again, "' Bronchitis. Asthma Pain trf Chest or, ,'t

leKtlal city 'to glvo up the fight fo when we grow old the knowledge olho MIGHT 'D-Ei EITHER. this linirperrt i is unsurpassed
the necessaries of life for the white ( evil In the world begins to lie\ I" I ,Lungs ,
school friend
Baker old
like; .lead on us. while-the-knowledge Mrs. "My a't
the harps and most of
lobes crowns
us would hesitate to lay "We lovo-thh of the good caq ,hardly hold Its' own. Mrs. Jones writes me that she Is 5loon's) Liniment is Indispensable

host after all, and do 'not want to< One man in ten may take me la and just beginning to live." when Iravelling'because it is, ; a'E

Rive it .uv, no matter what may' l be I lose 'more grace by that one Miss Ann Teek-"'Widowed or desvoroedBrooklyn \ y'' '
. waiting lu the blessed life to come. than I gain by the nine who did not; I., Ldfe.FlT8,8t. penetratingwarmhtgsoothing,";

The gravitation of our being binds ti. I think more of the bitter than the ,- healing and antiseptic.

to our planet] and we rannot cry, sweet brood over the cruelty and for- .Vltu.'DanMN..rvoa.' Dlneaww Price 250,50t its 1.00Dr.torl
had like dove: get the mercy.'While : per
"Oh, that 1 wings n :
I must say,, with' the great 'manentlyoured by Dr. Kline's Great Nerve S Boston: Moss.U.S.A. ? '
tben would 1 1 flee away' and be arest. Restorer. *2 trial bottle and treatise frets ' : Sloan
.;' apostle "It doth not yet appear what Dr. H. li. Kline Ld..D81ArCJ St. Phila,. Pa
Nor do I think that Coda gifr er we shallbe.\ ." I would-hold on well to i 1. .
life should ba thought of as If it' the faith that I shall be myself whenI .The man 'who trusts ..;juCk and women Welcome I IWE 'j'

were In quarantine and t.bls'world i a pass from, the shado'ws of the seen Is apt to get the short end of It. : WILL bKBSS : MORE MUSTARD PLASTERS TO BLISTER'

place to have done with.. the .ooner and temporal iflto the light of theunseen Now JDII'I'BTYLP..llAIO.'" TORK AT..OD-. .Ties aciEKnnc AW MODERN( EXTCIUUL OOUMTER-UUUTANT.: ,
'and eternal. I shall pass out "" v
the better. !Bomd: : such conclusion I[ II1'-Tka "Va mansions"into EYESIGHT WAS IN DANGER .... t
know may come from brooding over, of one room In the "many will lalart. .. "
another; and what treasure in knit of ._ .b" -
the of to those who have CapsicumVaseline.IEXTRACT
Ills or _
I>wart- ked ftaaala,
drained 1lfei life of all Its pleasant the heaven was mine here will be From Terrible Ecaem-Baby's Head I .... r..xWs., ., :

iwl? ne... The men who have talked li mine there, while that which'Ia to a Mass of I telling stub ana Sores .' -ambraMary,S mwl a(+I.opm. U OF'THE. .CAYENNE .

this strain are men wbo were either come will not seem so much another Olscstae Cared by Cuticur work,rramail la VaL ,PEPPER PLANT TAKEN "

out of sort or else they did not pra':- life as the ripeness, and" perfecting of Oar little girl was two months old when ; .pat.a..o..lraVa.M4a OB tka Me.>o- DIRECTLY IN VASEUq; r:
tire what they preached. The men this life .that now Is." We may say' abs got a rub on ber faca and within five ___fall trvm ,

who have done the most And be.t. we know nothing about tbe mystery days bar face and head were all one sort..We ninl rlaJM rap. I '
'were of an abounding human, life,, of ,the life-beyond,, but this is not used different remadias but it got .atda.U>DtnwaTval fmtontm *aa. DON'T ,!WAIT! 'TILL THB PAIN '

and while they were on the way to .true If' we believe In Him who won instead of batter and wa thought she! ftjiUh UM...ka. _

Join the,saints they could go hunting ,"brought life i and Immortality .to :would torn blind and that her ears-would teu.awr..1..daw.alas. <... kark I* HAND: ,Ie.
We know enough to keep ,.. ...., : .
with St. Augustine or play or sing tight fall off. She Buffered terribly, and would /natter AIft)
the heart from trouble and this U _I.. sad ........ UUItS. Ok Y' MAIL ON RECEIPT of lie, IN rosTAC aMPs.A .
_. This ttenton
with Luther. 80 of the men wh eRtch' .nUl the blood .11 _._ hw.
have no special claim to a placed what we need to know, for it was until. she was fin months old, than I WAISTS.. subattlyta for and superior to mustard or any ether plaster, and will act
the saints: They loved theli' the heart's love which brought 'us had bar under our family doctor's care but O.'_.'..' .' blister the most delleaU skin. ,Thai pln-a.llartnf and cttradv\ *'ajaalttlsai cl Ik*

,. own among land like good Sir Walter Scott, here that nursed us forth bore with aha continued to grow worm, lie said it " rl.ka': article are wondarful.: It will slop the toothache at onoar and reline H...-
aflshlng like us. believed In us and hoped for us. When she months Abo.ld ao< ka ache and ScIatica. We recommend It as the beat and safest external oounlarIrrltant !
tbe, Waters and to go edema. was seven i roe
death was: _... extema1 for In the cheat and stomach +e
that also
Isaac Walton and,Paley, who once and never failed-and : old I\ use tha CuUcura. Bame4iu yn may known as an remedy palna
\ BaKI will /
told a friend that he could not think cannot slsy. and In two months our baby was a different .7W.......' for itaar a ..... and all Rheumatic. Neuralgia and Gouty complaints.. A trial! will prove whatwe 1"
of writing another 'word In his once And so I hue to.: believe In-what gi 1. Yom could not saa a sign of a .1r'.. (J.. Car claim few It, and It will be found to be Invaluable In the household and. for I ,

famous book on the evidences until shall I call the solidarity of life here ore and she was as fair as a, newborn .ik5r...._.o...rattle.nt..., ....... children. Ones used no family"will be without It., Many olvaasUss 7 " ;i':
fly-flshlng was over. and hereafter, and thatT am to be baby Sba has not bad a sign of tba swma ....... Uawaa. Mo.tonwr the beet of all your preparations. i Accept no preparation naiess \
in this universe can myself whatever befalls. -the myself I P XXMPLrl"/A;IL the same carries our label as otherwise. Is not genuine., '
No one thing writs "/..... .
I long to bs-released from "the : ..... .... .. I
be of deeper moment to a whole and : df'lfflOlada anal jrour we will m.Uur VmIh Bjee>kle,ateeetHsttoe. ) ,
.. sound man than his own propel' per1 body of this death" and to bear :with I Ww beauty end fled : our yrepeirettone whisk will ........ .... 1

sonal life. You may talk to him forever me all that is beet worth God's saving -' will win ews mrvJkwMi you< MFG. CO. NewYarkClty I!1
|. about being lost In the Infinite. In ray life down here; and not a A pound' box' of candy. a w., Do Wata.1" ."IL KO 0. 17 Stats SL ChfESEBROUGH ,
bloomed, a well I girl quicker tban a 300 line poem
he will still cling to himself as the flower has or sprungup A f..Mn, book plo
for- blessing, or a bird sung, : M/r..4 fadiloM of
true factor and say, with a very no- my hands and ammptaa of........
ble I knew who has gone out of or a dear friend clasped with Mrs.Winslovf'sSoothlng Syropfor Children: wt rro*.11'.....TO
the bed to God's house: "I prefer hell mine, or tears fallen or laughter rippled :' ittiing,8olt Lena thftgnmsfeduoMrinfUunmax INTEL Uk.n T1 ,
well out of a pure joY to be forgot wind oolio RacabotUaOnly and
to annihilation. The angels are tton allays pain car** 28-28 WashUittoa : rI
I be myself, and myself
gel.enough Angels, but ba have would had no not mothers be an an-to ten.this soul wpuld, which has stored up essence the peptlc can eat Ills cake

shall be of an immortal has It.
them by what we can of all that and feel that he
croon over withf worth since I lay a babe In the cradle DOYE-THIUD 0 !
make out or lat &rs to romp '
In time and space. I eNOp AT ALL
Yell eo far away
in love when
them.. They never _
Free Ours for Rheumatism w.builder putt> von vans A
tbe tl..:" e came, wondering over their What care! 1 kind whan ... I MCMBEttOrTMKrAMILV
rare, fortune, or made homes where .Though. falls (the sky cinder Bono Pain leak J..,. ." [ .ctova, WOMAN Miesce AND C&ULDKCN.W 7i

the.children clung about their knees And turn'No the: shriveling earth to a and Eczema Randall B ? 1 1SiT i JL. OmiBlmm inmltmm.uiMtmoUm-' .

or fought strong battles for the truth fire. of doomCan 'Botanic Blood Balm and the right, or wept over graves. ever consume asses off Rbsum.titm.-boa. pain .yrollenmtttctvt ..e. aha :
:Angels, then, must be poor where What never was made, uor meant to and,Jointby purifying th* blood paraN.
T............ of rams cured by B B. B after : l t
In someway burn. Mee.SSd
such a man is rich or rich all star ucMorani I.Ited Price ti oo Mr 1 day.aprsAep SSk.P Wed i
he cannot as yet understand. He lara bottle *l drug MOTM, wkb omtfitl Donl..$4 std $5 6lt Edge Shoes Cwlot Be (quaffed Its Asy Plioe '
has solved the so far of his dlreotIsnefw.boma*-t ,'Lease ssI eN
** .. e*trTIOIV. w 4 Dents.rma sue pAr Is car bales. Tabs..etNNM
would not The )f. of Prayer. In by writing, blood n>lm C: AlUnl C*
.1" Identity and "'rwMre. -
own personal '. ( i !;lthia aruWr :
No words can, describe the bless-
'( have It resolved 'Into the grandest . ... .
lives'in -- --- ----- '
presence ,that ever trod the earth. Ingnesa of a soul which communion \ (

These yearswith their clustering with Ood; asking and receiving i-

memories, are his own years. They ; seeking and finding, knockingand _

clear and reveal to the man having tbe ,door opened wrote ; .
stan4out life. A poor thing he may Thomas Adam over a.. century ago. ,
full of mistakes, For what Is happiness but this Or .
mine own; : .
,\I but 'mine own. I want to keep. how can we describe It better than by : IT WILL PAY YOU TO ; ;
that wishes for thever'1 :
track of myself. Send me where you saying a man to ., V.; , < : F .
and sure
he sought '
still thing ,1
that I am '
will, but let me sure *'*; :
this bus have U? And such is the man of '' $1
living t 1.
tbe; pun who is now ', ti) -
!) Christian. He chooses ." .. ,"
man lifo, as those are who have lived prayer.the '
-(' 'human lives with me. "The kind the fountain of all happiness for his ; } ; : "

.. the true, the-brave, the sweet who portion an4 can not be disappointedof : : i '
will be his desire. He is happy la the ::
walk with us no more .
there in tbe life to' come not- unclothed very act of prayer, knowing It tp be : \ Advertise in This Paper! .

shall rest but in clothedlpon'hope for: and then I the his right renewed frame blessing state of his and from mind his God.the capacity proofof :

for receiving
It is 'be'dear belieff -- .
That on some solemn shore, Preparing;; Prayer. ,
Beyond the reach of grief. All personal work'mult' be permeated t
f We rind,our own ,once more; love: A perfunctory Invl-' .
f-time with p . .
Beyond the sphere .
.c; And sense and fate's control atlon or a word spoken without sym- .. .u ..
l ploth love prove effecIve. -
Serene in changeless prime. willwhlch '
.: Dwells the immortal soul. ,* .The spirit we approach -. .;: : :
This faith 1 fain would keep. ( t an unsaved person may render useless There i.Only One PAIN:

t',f This hope would not forego; all our labors. Preparation by Goes-SlraijM-as-an-Arrow I \,

K' Eternal: be the sleep, prayer Is necessary before, we undertake .- "Bromo uinine"Bromo t 'e4 Ictaarary ens p..wS ? '
If not to waken so. personal work.It you are in i
..aewtl.Ms .
> avMes.en.
'' There must be another Ufa-to round' communion with God, It Is mach easer t. .. \ : La Qrlppaj .., la f
thta. out and clothe it with -perfect to""l'et into touch and communion '-, ;... Bad Colds

'r .$'" The globe' tree'of fruit loses; the nine'wild blossomsfor things 'with your,tuner fellow,men. ,'!! ):I': -..,, -,.--- ,, " -; ... FB VBRJOITMSOiraTODtO Johnson'sinjmen .:

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Jet their:young go ,forth and forget; entered into thine Inner Quinine aM *(niicM"ai;;.; '.. amnto
the flocks are kith and kin. but one Having I Laxative' tk.'...ulo'.. It ,. .worth 1100.CO ,a _tl. >i>4Mil. iI
chamber:: strut thy door against the . ... tofUrvmt*. It t U HUtliaOT brtt.r tb,. UM "Aft !
left and to-mor- -
1 is) taken and another against earthly .*.t baM tklaa auwla fpr Olipaa,, Writ.
of life ,
(f.. -They do not cars: and fret : GOLD in on* OAT.t '<' .
eyow't Is .It.the mam*. \.00 WOULD ovar tpiOSIIKA: .
thoughts, wLD' rut '
l Ic Vet.ana passions'against: : - aa a* nwl BHB la araaUyaa aa.w
'''egret 'their"mistakes or sorrow for igalnat load self, but more closely' : .f' '.'\ TMJoh S1Jl'k drill& Fcicr Tonic I Co. ,Sag rat..s rr
;their' I must. but"oldfriend.. 'setr.. Turn -thIDe, ear\ - 'Kookt ,. ,- ISTADUSnlO o. -., v '
are taken,and' I am ,left tho life or dearer, and' I aDd hearken" 'AOSBTS WAMTBO' J,. I\lJUiMWI s co., -. --- ,
tome .as ,,my yielded tempIe.+Edgar bog. 2e" f 1ilI .;. wltaoot Maaa/l i.
dwells la His til. (9t
aignatora on ever
this after for '
longing T"
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************elra'VaNtlvtti' ON's;. For Qoataty toaaealaaleeer. I------------------.7 j.
To ta. ttemoeratla Voter*of Oac la Ceunt-n
,..AtiERJ 'W. CILCHRiST..'i I hereby announce myself for re-nuralnattoa. a* j C.

I Yf \ 3 :.ANNOUNCEMENTS., County Uxnmlwtoner: for DUtrlct. Number A. and '! .;fr n.,' _
shall appreciate the aupnort of the people of my I... ., ,
.} ;1' t "KN V k ltA N V dtatrict. and doalre to thank my frio..... for their 0i' -
CAND1PAT5. ;: FOR GOVERNOR c. pact. and If lected, will ,llachanre' thedutlea ., y
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offlo* to the beat tntM-miU of the C ..
OF FLORIDA For Sheriff peoplof oueeola County. t. H. WA LKER- \IV ". L
,for the .
I hereby. anuuniice mjawlt*Feudldnin --- .
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office of ChnrlfT, .ul.)_. I" the aillnil' of the For County Co-atalrwlotier.:. {
I Deirncrailit,,, Primer. I hereby announce myelf''' a c tdidale for the '"

I 1 tl ._.'._.OEO.- _. -W- OVKICHTKKKT-I! oflto of County Commiaaioner{ fur Dlatrict No. 4
i Oaoaola county, and aoliclt" the support of the voter ,
Per tlt.rl" In district at the democratic to
'i' my primary
Ihott.bynnnuunoenij'rainaUiM.yorlhaoMOlShorlff. .. . be held May 19th.and promt'** If elected to dl* .r tLr .
I of Oaeeola. (..unt'. "Woot to. the U mo '
charge the dutit of the office to the brat of my
crete 1-rlm.ry.,. t lf 'Ieewd l I i.romlM.; the l e. ability, JOHN II. B.AWDEN.
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twrvic of which I am ip"

i'J' r ___ a d4a ___- .. _. For Coaaty Coiaielaaloaer. I t

For Ntal SeuUer. 1 hereby atnounc mva-rlf a candidate for '

T .I I To, the IXntHiarmtla, VoWii-iof Orange und O_lountlo County' Cwatailaaloner: from Diitrlct torCh t. and, it ?

(; : .. ')'I reepeetfulfyeoliettthey \ aupport of the "...ra of "' .. -

j 1 lioroby unnnunoe that 1 will be y ""ndld.te..t I I Bald district W. H. MANN. : '. '
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the wmilnK l> mocraiUa I'rlnKry for re'nomln.UonIon.inl' r' :
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slut. !! for the: ,, lath Bentiturial Dlot.lot I l-ftr Co..tyGowrlnaioi.r :

4 A + of Florid' 'complwiid. of Orange and face4amemUoa. | Tu the Democratic Voter of Oaeeola County . . )

I I, ., _. _ LOU18t' ABBEV ','I'\ I' hereby. announce: ,, myself a candklate for .
County Commiaaloner 1-4 District{ No. "tubjct to'' . -
''t-'or.HKI Allor.1 ..\. I ,:
oho In
the action of Domovratlo primary May.
oundidiicr. fur """, In.. '
hereby nnuun- my .
| O. M. I'UBUARD. ::1. '
F \.0.,000 farm of thv'oHIc.of Suta Attoi ,! H i. ..u i ... .i i ., i ilor .r : .... "{ ,,1 aw
nay in cob far the Seven I H Judiclul{ clrault of County:: ; Cotaml-xloaiert.,; ., ,
Florida ubjuut) (10 the docl.lon of the OOl11oo..Uo To tho Democratic Votera of Oaeeola. County 1

|.rinmrt.i Ul. ba hold o. May :.. 1'IOX U WliirtrunUxl I At the aollc.l4itl of'my.nany frlonda I."have I'I'

I f with the wlmlnlHtnitlon of/hi. tnunt 1m' | deckled to lie a candidate fo,-the County i'ommiai .
r. I portent ornco liy the penplo 1 I here .1.! .lon..r for. l m.riut Number. I 1. and ahall apprecl, I'
.. .vnyl.trlv.n to du. iH-rform my duli iiiil.>mrU.!ly ate tho'aupixirt ,of the pool'lo, of thi, dlnttiU& .1
i', ; stet f Mtrl.... ". for the brat lAUrcut of the late. the comlnrr Itomocratio May Primary
No Im'lion, raaclilnu\ or I'.nil' bi,'..,jlM i JOHN C. JONES: Ea.. LK8IEY,

lii'in out. He <'a.DtClut BI' H candidate. - rI --- -------- ---,--- -- F

slime and slrttfl'! handed lie "'111" 'beshad I For T.. Collector r 1 l-or CoMaKy Come 1.>nlo.arr 1

\ to )ic'Ci'lve; the flul't'O.t' of the cord To the UamocrallB Voter. of OiwioU County; ) I hereby announce mi'aolf'' .0 *a candidate for
1 ennounoemyselr c.mlldmt fur ronomlnullunu County Connnmuulonor. furDjatrict No. Two (i I
l11)"alloDII, of the ami-corporations/ Tae Ciolloctar of One-Kiln County. Bubjoet to the ubluct to the action uf the Ctenuxn-atlo Primaryto

Hie prohibitionists and the ..anil-cro action of the Oomacntlo ..'1m...". I wish to j .be hold In May, IVOR, r _
luliUlonlMlo. of the local urHionUli; hank the vot-ar for their .put .ui>i .irt, and wilt __ '. .. E. 1. D. OVER8TREbT.. __
their vot In the Primary ,
much aippraeUta
the Clirintiii: lint the Je *.tend t>f the very Goa.tyCowmiaelou.r.-. .,_
of May I'lth, I'W. Very'r: MD'ctf ally.CH8 I For
tfeiulloB, the."I. ebltcahs and ,alnaerN.: .. J... BVNDY. To the Uemacratic Voter of 0.....,.. County:

J I lie would even accept the support| | of I ,, Having dejclddd to etand forge*nomination ai i irf
tlie Phartiw-*. For ...4... County CornmUaloner for DUtrlctNumber, )>. I

At the roiumtof. rri The corporiitlpns cu do without* nit my name to be oonnldrr-xi at the Democratic aolicit the vote of the people of my

w" )MM>|>lf, add the |>eoi>lo can do withoutthe Primary on May IVIh. IIMW, for the office of('ountrJudlr district the cominv May Primary' PRINCE PAUL.

corporation. Neither should He ;
allowed to ounres. the other. Capital : ha poaltlon. I call.. to your try nut vote to divappoint aiKlllolaotwl ? Coamtl-tsloaier. OUT OF SALUTAR1S HALF SISTER TO .GOLDW1NG QY SA LV A TOR. ,

J..* omaaized, l labor sliouH organise.Tho A. MIN J[. At the eoliclatlenof; my friend I hereby any
.N The above Pedigreed Stallion. is one of the finest bred horses ever brought to Osceola county. For
llceoH; tax lawUceisltjir| each. -- ------ : nouncemywlf candleate for County Commiaalonor .

little enterprise should be amended In l herebyennognyy For County myself a eandldvUi for r*. from Diatrict No. 4, and If elected pledge a service for the season at my barn at Peghorh. Fee! $ J O.QO. +
% dlnchanreof hedutleaof theoTAoe.ELMER .
order that taxation. should bear wore nomination to the.m.,. of County Judge and Ex- .
evenly .ifficlo Judge of the County Court at the Demo ". .
I II, ___ __ ____ _ ,
held the 'th of Maw
ArtloleXXXotyheConbtitutlonpru-- pratlc Primary be on day For Member School Board ----- _.
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A. V. I'M*, and In doing ... narnmtly request the At the aolicitatlon of my friends I hereby anniunoe .
vide fuyiocslOptton. The qualified autiport of all of my.fellow citiftena. and I can myself'! a candidate to aueoeed myself ae-e Mayor's I'rocl.unction. ..

61 leoU ra (act Jhe Governor ) approve them that if I receive the nomination and Member of the School Board for District No. 1nubjecl Under. and \lrtncnfilii: resold In Atlantic Coast Line' I

or veto oastiiutional amendments.H election 1 will in the future, aa In the past. devoteall \ 13 the action of the Democratic Primary mei,1'M.Murphy' Muj n i "I|iOMirr the'1'oh ofKleslntmee

U not on the "recently constructed of my time and energy to tho Hwt Inle..UI..fthe tn .be held May 19. HWS.'' If elected 1 pledge a City, KU-rldn, do ,hrrt, 'h). aunounropox .
county In acco fence with law faithful dlllllh......of my dULt. .W C' BASS ROUTE OF'THE
band wanton. W. R. JOHNHTON.ForSnperltHeed.Ht I i .________ __ l laliu and declare lhaf all Llocllou 1111 be CELEBRATED ,
j' life In __ _ I e'- held at the Town IIall. hi /oftiJ(: ''',,"'n nnntuj-
He commenced working of Public<:.lo.. | For WMt* r of the 8.ItI Beard.Iannouncemy.elf day theTWENTYEIOIITH "X.'w. York iind Florida Sn'l| l" . < i iA
', Qumov, Florida, at a ''181',)' of *11 5 County I aa a candidate for member DAY or MAHCH. 'taw.< .
)' To the Votera of Onceol : V I
per month, and boarded hI& eft. He 1 hereby announce myself re'election to the< | of the Board,of Public Instruction groan SekooDiatrict for the| (lur"-'or" clxctinx. thu b ilea tog ofllnt. -- N U.-, .

tiM himself been a hard workingstririrfrUo offtoeof County Superintendent or Public In, No 2, awl If elected I will faithfully dls to nerve for the t4)rm of one jrmr vii:

man and lie knows what It, atruotkm subject to the-lotion of the Democrat! charge tkcduj aa of the office. 0: e Mayor, .
: and
Florida Limited"
Primariea. SoIl ltln. your aupport. Tarn.Respectfully. P. G. One Clerk _
:beans In other Hehasneter mawclad
I One Mamh l and Tax Collrat: h.r, mid
he has always Ji.d obligations W. J, SEARS, ... Per Netaeer .? the Sefaool ....rd. One Treanurar, "**- Solid Vestibule Trains. Steam Heated. and Electric Lighted::

Jill life rbeen spent more 10 To the Democratic Voter* of Oaceola County': Alao to anrve for the ,\J.r two yvar,. twoMftmlwr Dining Cars > '
thoughtful "ooaaideratton of other F.ra.p er la rof Mealatratlea. 1 hereby. .announce myself candidate for SchoolCotamlaaloMr of the Coiinnlleaw '. 'jI
In Diatrict No. lubject to the 1 hereby appoint D. C. Lt.-n % M. Pfumt end l
J. ac- i
|>eOple.ha'o of' himself He feels sure I hereby aaaounoe myself a candidate for the, : anti AII./ Hilbert .." J ,- -ALSO-- ..
C. MallDB aa lnepectore -
tioa of the Democratic Primary In May ,
he will be elected, "If be gets enough .....of Supervlaor of Recietratton for o-a. - _
| J. B. TUMBLiN. Clerk of aid. elrntlou. '
t :Vetes.' He does not propose to Trade Countyrableot:; action of.the Democratli In WilUKMiWIicrFOf I hays her unto sot toy 'FLORIDA AND WEST INDIA LIMITED" TO THE. (to. '
Primary to be held May the IMh. 1MM. and one t :
off single office..There U honor libeirfir Far M....... sad Collector hand aa Mayor of said Town IOn' amen l thtt I' -A N D- ,
v a napactf ully .....Iclt the aupport of all.., f rUmlitkreurhout tliercuulu, aftlxnl10th lrb
seal of aid Iowa to ;
Governor.; If It U tainted will, the _.t,. I hereby announce myself a candidate for the .. "NEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESS" EAST r. ;
day of r l>ruary. A. D. 1\1110. ,
C: W. GRIFFIN. onto oa City MalahaU and Tax Collector and I .
dl.hoiorbe'doe.lot .otltbe' : oHfce _____ 1 elicit" Ute concert of the voter* of Klaalmmee. (Seal: ) t. MMarornf )1tiu'uV.. :

: Do.', d-pl.'. Per ........1..1' of kal.tret o.. j O. H WOOUALL the Town of KI....lnirnifVlI-'. :1 TO THE "DJIXlE FLYER':, and
{ of Oecaola County t
To the Iemoea tic Votera Attent: '
t If tour onest patnl. and you are unable I hereby announce nyaelf for .......>mlnatioii tc 1- 1'orMsr.blerdCeliecteeI J r.. FILBERT JR.. "WESTMONTGOMERY OVTE"I

to sleep because of a couch, buy the aria of Supervlaorof Retriatiation kro.oec I| At the aoUcltatloa of meat Irk ndo I h
a, bottle of Ballard's Horehound Omnty. I thank my friends for pail and mytolf a candidate for the office of City I
Syrup and you won't' bare any aoHett their hearty support Ta the approachlniMay Marahal. and. Tax: Collector of the town of Ka.ehanteCiyat4he Notice.All Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars.- to New, York. Chicago Louis '

oouarb.; Get a bottle now and tbat Primary. V.--poctfullr. approaching election. l.>rch. Atlanta, and: Intermediate Points.\ .' ,.
cough won't I last longA cure for all 211. 1110II elected. I promla' a faithfuldtochar-ra: creditor, legatee diatributee and allpenon . .' ".! , '<',,; ;: 'o" .,;, -" ''. : .' .. (
J. A. ;;"
pulttoaar dot......, .' Mrs. "J-, Galveston .S.i_ of the dutle* .f tic office. 'P. C. HODG S. having claim or demand. against> the i".:: r '' ,411:". ;,,1) M 41Ll I AIL .u, ,;,,}_ :t'; .'.v"f.L4.\JJ, !l : il'AEP) :
Texas, writes "I can't say F.rS.p.rvleor ef Relatratloa, eetateof Time !!*.*. lat ol'th._..tJr of OaceoU ,r' ,"I. : , '' ,,' F UU.UIVtAN DINING! OAF*. B..VIOlliEoif'' <, ,.!- 1
enough for Ballard' Horehound I am a candidate for the oats of Supt-rrlaor. ojBeviatratioa - " - - and State cf Florid., dread will p_ t" tic ,: 1.M..: /. >.;;,{!' ? fall 1WJ! m } y ; { : \ ih. '

Sjrup.': The relief ltta jrlven me Is for Oeoeola county and aoliclt the Notice o( Election.In aame to the i undenirned. administrator within I ,:.F< I.tUcke\Il\.te8I1"ation"; ;\ ;+ orjlnfoemutiun| call .on.uetiresttfAtu'ntlo... ,Coa.' r
apport o. the vote, ,In. the ajiproachlna-- two year from Ibis. date, sad all penona Indebted Tjine'Airent' ; or ,V \' ': : ," ;: .' 1"x..: : ". f'" -

say":; mary. A.JT. BOOTH. accordance winh th* law In such eaaea made to.the aaid _late will make Immediate. .settlement. hie
and provided It la. hereby announced and ,declared with the underela-ned. j ; w. CAKR. T. P. A. TAMPA FLA. J. O KIHKLAND, D. P. A '

t For Sale, For Clerk of ,... Circuit Coart. that. election will be held atWhittler. \\'WALTKR: BASS, R.Adminiatrator i'i', WHITE.. O ..1'. A. WILMINGTON, N. C. W. J. CRAIG, P. T, M'
I To the Democratic Voter of Oaoeula County: Florida, In and for Special{ Tax Duitrlct Number X.Oaoeula of the eaUfte of Time I Residential and farming property Being a candidate for the office of Clerk of the County. Florida, on Tueaday. Slit day of 19HH. 7t. .
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Jot, sixty acres at Hummock Orevu- Circuit Court at the Democratic Primary to beheld March A.D. 1'KM. to determine who abed. aero aatraaton -,
1i House fully furnished and to rood trr- In May I will greatly appreciate. the support of the aforeeald Special Tax School Diatrict Registration Notice. IIC"\", A __ N'tNe.NKWNeWalamMMNVa N

der.' Outbuildings and ,farming 'Jrnplements. of the people of Onceola County. Having for Number *. for two ...... next after laid election
i . -Apply to Mr.,Drought, tf erne Urn. pant occupied the position of Deputy \ : and to nx the number. of mill of Diatrict The ......_tlon book for OtKeola county will I

'"'" '' A: Baby Clerk. I feel. that I am fully competent to diaharre 8choolla".U be levied\ for each of aaid t va year. be opened la all precinct In aid county on Mo..j J Sunny South Stables.
the duties of the office to the aatlafactionf { W. R. Godwin. R. A. Barlow. J. 11. Tumbles Inapoctora. day, April th. 108. for the purnoa*of re... )
.boold besunebinein the honie, and the public. ARTHUR E. DONEGAN.For and John Baiaden Clerk of aald election. all qualified. elector who are net reclatered. and I . .

will belt.vou give It White's Cream Don by order of the Board of Publyln.truc-, will c.....May 4. JWWOffloe ,
"tor' VermlfiiBethe greatest worm media Repre->*Bttivi tion, OaceoU. County. Florida, thii the 'ltd day of houra from 8 a. m to I p. m.
cine. This remedy Is becoming they To the Democratic Voter*cf 6....ola. County: March. A. D. I'H*. J. A. LANCASTER.Supenriaorof i--- L. H. INGRAM, Proprietor.
ofell I hereby announce myself a candidate for Kepreaentatlve. : ,
vtimaneat fixture regulated ReUtratloa. .I
abject to the action of the Demo AUtW..SEARS.. W. C BASS. ** %* % m %* m%%*%% -mm mm'.m m *m_i
tousebolds. A mother, with children trade Primary to be held on May I'th, 1908 Al Superintendent Chairman. w
'"o-ui't ret along without. a bottle of Chairman of the Hoard of County Oommlaaloneni w
White's Cream. Vermlfu/e in the of Oaoeola. County. for many_.... I feel that 1 am lUBiANTEAKeeps il LIVERY SALE and".BOARDING 1"S I IttF 1 s
well acquainted with the II...... of our people ..ndlIf : -
house.. It. I. the purest and beat medicine i elected I "hall earneatlr devote myaelf to nrarteetinfr Notice of Election. 0 fV *> I Ij
that money can buy,. Sold br and advancing their Intereat to the beat ) j rr-hesi del i I
,' Boberson's p of my bUlI,)'. WALTER! BASS. 8a. In accordance with the law.In such catea m.di:; $ _aeaaaaaaaaaaa. . . . . .................._.._._.._.__. paaawaah + y
kw..armal'--- I and provided. It U hereby announced and, dee S I ,
j .for Coitaty TreaaMrer.I cared t"'t.n" election will be held at Banaintter.Florida. i i Well equipped. with Now Stook and Vehicles and
hereby announce myaelf a candidate for the .Jin and for Special. Tax District Number 4.
Live, Sandhill Crane, Otters, ,Wood l t : prepared to meet all demands with Perfect
offloe of County Treaaurer of Oaeeola county sub Oeceola County. Florid., on Tueod... Slit day of Satis
Ducks and I Her Fox Squirrels.
feet to the action of the Democratic Primary to March. A. D. 1908. to. determine who shall curve faction. "
Cecil: French Naturalist : .
prices paid. Dr.I i i
Washington, 1). O. febl 2m.iDjrer.ull be held the 19th day of Mar. 1 tot, and ...."""t- a* trudge. *, of the aforesaid Special Tax School I
I fully aak-the support uf, all my friend throughout Dlxtrict Number 4. for two rear- n.lllalter aald You Well 't

.watchea12.00 the county JOHN L, BEAM<\N. election; and to fix the number. of mllla of Diatrict Ii ..
M at
'. For Treaaftrer. School taxea to be levied for each of MM two,........ .0. .eAVY HAULING A SPECIALTY. . i
1<8"1'.? Frank Walker C. H. U Chandler: R. H. Alden .
At the aulkiUtien{ of many friends. I have des M brN-- .. -- .
man Impectora. and. W. E. Underhill Clerk of Mi .
curd to make the race for the office of County I' ,
'rraawrer. My reason for running .U that I need aald election. i:; It Is an ., _. .I.
Done by order of the Board of Publie -
the office and believe I can fill It to the latlafae- ? / aI
tlon. Oaceola County. Florida. this 'rd, day of 1
of .
then all oonoerned. f. Yf. OOI UEK. Ideal
March A D. inuN.
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For Treaatarer. Attest W. J. 8EARH. \\'. C. BASS. I /
To the Democratic Voter of Oaoeola County Superintendent C h>irmn. PLANTRS Remedy for I R. L. HARRIS" M. O. J. 8. MC JEW+. .

I will be a candidate for County Treaaurer '

the May Primary,.and believing that I art efficiently i U t HARRIS' SANITORIUM.
; perform the duties of the oftI..... I reapecUully Alice; Roo_"."'. Wedding., epfxcaNrdcxKea keanusraeunwx Constipation ...

aoliclt I your eupp rt. B. C. MILLER.. = was somothlnir to be recorded in the -

.JACK DIAMOND annals of history. Heroine has been ORLANDO FLA l1 "''iI
: For Tax Aarteeaor acknowledged. the realest. of, liver I

JEWELLER hereby Thanking announce my friends myself for a candidate their peat for aupport r.-men I- reirulatorH ious A KiBttlre cure for bUj j I I A Private Institution built and equipped with! all modern.. ; '

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