Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: March 27, 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: VID00326
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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H CAREER: Of SENATOR[ one of Florida's beet add )) -- -- -
., tens. -Tbe father ti"1 a native: o'I' I WATfRWRKs1 ,

Hamtlton'county', of this State and .I r ON () ;, "..,
baa been prominent In polities, bold.Ing .
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WILLIAM JAMfS BRYAN IS ENDED[ [ the,, nosltion of Representative,..I- :' ( .
f ; State, Senator and a [member ',ot the 1 '. :,,;:r.-- :.'.", ,,. ,' '", "" .-. .. .,., .
: Railroad Commission In each caw ,i Estimate as to the Cost of, Equip. '." . ,) ': 0 ',' ;:: .:
_" making/ a most admirable record Plant( + wwwa tow UWU'U
pine for aa-Adequate .
Senator Bryan'-was a native of Orangtvcmmty I ?. / ', .f.. ', e.,,
or tha", portion wf It I System. > ,s . ...,.::1-I'''; . i iII
'' Death, Claims Florida's Idolized Young Senator which after< division by the legislator ', '

became Oaceola county. He was a , At, the request of Councilman T. W. I . '' (4'' I ..
,ounl Florid cowboy and looked TCUis, ,'W. U Clay:; an experienced, "" i' ,,' I". ,;"
the' '. . .
and Whole State Is Bowed in .
i'i'' Mourning 'after his fathers cattle and worked or civil:engineer of ,Arcadia" tits furnished .. >. .. ,. . .
i his f.tberOWfied. .. .' '
r id the orange grove the following information to 2
; ..... Ire attended the ,high school! ilie cost of putting. In a suitable waterworks . S. .. '', :...'; '" '' "
l- at KUslintnet' and later attendee system bv the town, of Ktsslu'' t .,, *' '" ';'i 'y'W '.'- '/"', \ ' .
Emory College; where h" graduated ,\-blcb''Ulcome\ up lordl.ou.- ., Ii ,.. < *V *' '' '
. 6. Probably no death was ever more sincerely mourned by the with honor, The year after he tried sion at the'next. meeting of the Council ? ' .' .:,. ..<. : ,: ;!" Jtft", , J -', ,: ,
Will farming by day and bal'"'' study bjnlaht. 1.: I '. ..... .0 'A. ...J'" 141".1: ;., ; ,
whole people of State thanks thejdeath. of Bryan by the pso- ... ... ,
any 0; .. '
thusittintt/ himself for Wash- ARCADIA FLA., Feb. H..1008. '. ( ': ....' 0 ... .
_ rpl'r\ t his beloved Florida. Jacksonville papers 'state that his legion and Lee University ut LexIngton Mr. T. W.' Kills, Klsslramee, I ,'q.t. >I., (" 'r If,,'. -. .i < .. \:

that offerIngs Va., where be again &01)e"edmallY Dear Mr. Ellis: .,. .1' ' ;': -. i ::" r
ii'.: funeral was the .largest ever held in ,cily.-and that the floral honors,. graduating\ at thhgreat .Ueferrlng to our conversation last .. i '.J"1 ;- ,1,.: .-:..).. : \',,..

,,, 'i, which' came from, every section the. country were the most / Institution In' June 18W* week I submit vou. figures to base '\ "" .. .'' ..' ,."'1'r\. -. ,, '".I''
He then came to Jacksonville to 10u..,e thnate for waterworks bond. II' ,- '.!, >: '
p numerous and beautiful ever seen there. In the past few days column, ... .
practice law, entering the office oBarrs As I understand the situation there .. 'j' ,: " ;
.. } after column of the most glowing' tributes ever paid to any man have -& Bryan the latter being hli 'you already have a flowing well, also I ." ". .f Pot. ., .j "t' "; 1.,' .,

"1 % written and published and friends from section of Florida:: brother and the former the city'attorner '- .your steam power from electric. plant '...' ..... .'V'f'' ,!' I
? : been every of .J
.' and many fromlout of the State.: have congregated in Jacksonville rented. room ad join lug thi. t You will, require one 50,000-gaIlon "r'1k":', I Ir'. ,1'; 'f '. 'j,,'f r' '" ...
I law offices of D.: U. Fletcher working tank to oe erected. on tower 100 feet f.Ii' ". ,' '.;:, ':t'y ', \ ,aY." >
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to pay their respects. : : with Mr. Fletcher on many cases' high< same to be erected' on city lot; I a .. 'I VS 5' ,,',V.'W ,, > .- d,t t 1" .
. We'excerp the following' account of his death from Monday's Metropolis Afterwards he formed a. ro-parlner one service pump capacity COO. gallon r' ,'':.; V ,J .''j , ;' .,tl '" ;
' ship with his brother and his law ftra per' minute* one catch basin to gather i .- " .1 .....' ;' ' '" \
v r r" . : of Bryan & Bryan has proved' to bt ateslan water same to be 30 feet In ." : .
1 "H one of the leading and most IU'ooeIl- diameter. and 10 ,feet. deep; pump connection \ '. '
tul In the State. 'with) tank also connectionwith 1.1 Watchi 9. :

,,.'.;. All Florida Is'bowed in grief today displayed at half mast the entire day,. In 1892 Mr.. Brran was overwhelm lake'and with receiving artesian I : :
and Very respectfully, tngly elected county solicitor, and basin This with your distribution
Oyer the death of its distinguished
, F" , WM. H. BKBRING. Mayor.' held ibeomoe, until his appointment system, consisting[ of 8-inch.. 6-Inch, I .
a > "gifted ton Senator W, J. Bryan,..wheuocombed O.. D.AOKKRL.Y, Recorder. as senator. He was' .always vigorous '. and 4-looh pipe with fire plugs and .... "

', ,, to typhoid ,fever at the Chairman C. Benedict., of the. bOardof i in upholding the law and the cut-off-valves, will oover'al)' that will :

Providence Hospital, In Washington;; county commissioners, todayIs- prosecution of criminals. Shortly be necessary to complete the system. '0..
his election to' this office Mr. that and hose I I. '.
sued following: i after But-would suggest hose This "
8:30 o'clock
; at morn.
D. yesterday
the death'' .On;i Bryan notified the liquor Interest ,,reel and one tapping machine be la :" "" .
In of
Ing ;fir aD Ulnes of thlrty-thre respect to tecStates and : .
't William' J. that the law would be enforced eluded in" purchase bonds.. " ,.-
Senator Bryan,. .
days. then, a little later. Instituted prose : To roughly: .' '.
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..NeverId the history of tike State bat whose life has I request been.most that creditable all offices of tc cutions.. Tbe law was declarer to One CO.OOO-gallon tank. on 100-ft, .. ..--. ,,. ,. ." ,.', <
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be unconstitutional the courts tower same to include .riser pipe expansion : I ,. '
beeD'.rou.ed th .
the be closed next Wednesdayafternoon ,
anxiety over county
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S+ but later when another Judgeascended and foot elbow also 'i .
here Joint ,
and In his death the from 2 to 4 o'clock, and .!" ...
Illness of anyone, the bench M>. Bryan prosecuted foundations, "' ,000.- ,
'Stgte of Florida and his thousands of) that all officials of meet the. county the and again won out and closed. the One 30x100 ft. catch basin built of I : .
their assistants at courthouse .
bare received crushing blow. saloons Sunday. *" cemented and roofed 18 O.
friends a on ;> brick, over, 1
+* at Senator Bryan more than. a month. } at 2 p. m.funeral for the ,purpose' ol Then came the gambling prose.cutioos One pump 12x12x12 A-ln. discharge,

. "ft -.go wae', attacked. with typhoid fever attending the woody' .aU keepers of gambling cap.ch600 ,, Ir..llon. per minute lav ..
tv aod early last week'''the reports were Respectfully C. lJENEDIOT.Cb..lrm..D houses being convicted In two terms. I eluding foundation, connection pip.
alarming and continued- until last of . .In 1A03 Mr. Bryan married Miss tag, steam fitting! ,' etc:, 1800. NEXT'A
t V Friday, when the attending. physicians Duval Allan, a, .charming'and popular Cost of 8-nch pipe, including cost of
a I gave out encouraging repo....' Tb. of County.\' belle of hxington,.'Va., ; excavation: *layingcaulking, etc., will "' "'
; ,Information continued more;cheering President. W..A. Douts. of the Jack-: Then came the famous'. Broward- be about 27 cents per lineal foot C; ( : (
on but Saturday night her : oville' Board. of Trade, this morning Davis campaign for Governor. Mr'. '. Cost of 6-lnch pipe, including coat Of
bad a sinking spellfrom which be Issued the following regarding Senator Bryan allied tilusett:\ with Governor excavation: laying caulking-., I , '
9 ? never recovered. -. I Bryan's death and funeral: Broward'r-foroes and managed bis will be about 21 cent per lineal foot.

When the newt reached Jacksonville. Senator.William J. Bryan is dead campaign, successfully' landing him Cost of 4-lncb pipe, including' laying Ir.. ," .

; ,..terdaJIP.OI'DIQJf through a telegram Our city\. Is palled upon to mourn the I in the coveted office. : excavation, eta, will \ V ot
line .
V V from N. P..Bryan, brother of the deceased i death of'' an upright, honest man'a' In 1903, he instituted the license be about 18 cents per foot; ,
there 'was general poignant i conscientious Christian gentlemanand : prosecutions, striking high and low .. Fire plug of acceptable kind by fire
S grief apparent all over the city. Various an able and fearless"public official II alike, and filing a tbtalof 1,800 in Insurance .companies, including cost I "
h groups. of meD stood around and '' ; one wbo was not afraid to. do formations bringing wealth of money of setting, about. 926 each; II ,
discussed the sad intelligence. The his duty, I into a depleted treasury-and. aolvlngtbe For each 8-lnoh valve, Including b
telephone were brought Into serviceanl1 Our Board of Trade has'' lost a. license problem for Duval county, colt of valve, valve box and setting,
the new caused gloom In hundred prominent and valuable member, one In 1904 be was a candidate. for delegate 126. W'[EEK,
of households. In some of the wbo was ever read to give wise counsel from tbe State. at. large, to ,the For each bench valve, ittludincost .
churches. the pastors during the mornIng and able service to the board tn Democratic National Convention and "of valve, .valve box and setting, \ ,,, -...
announced the death of not only elected but led his ,
services every measure for the public good and. was '20. .. '
Senator Bryan and spoke impressivelyof welfare of our city.. ticket. by more than. 1,000 votes. For' each 4-lnob ,valve, Including. '. . ,
his achievements and, of his splendid valve box and aet.tlo&.116. .. I ;
noble and We mingle our tears 'of sincere be to have ... . . .
record a* a courageous devoted wife lbeiOyloA' Stores dosed Dunrtg funeral. Now It will necessary )""' -; "
with '
the ,
.. i;.} champion, of the right, and of the dls'i sympathy .. member of specials cast for connecting up. at Intersection ", ': ": \ ;

:IS I -,... ,Unction be had attained..Senator hi. family, and and.voice' other the sentiments In 'accordance with the following points of ........... That '-It" '- .," ,.." p'V; .
liryan 1* survived by hi. rOf the whole board when I say that we proclamation issued by Acting. MayorW. specials cost from 150 to MO per ton. : .. ..
wife, formerly Miss . J. Sear, the merchant closed To arrive at anything definite ao- "
lan daughter. of the late ColoneLWfl- feel deeply for- teem' in their great their store from 2 to 4 p. m.i,' Wednesday curate survey should be made Of the) .. .... .' '", . .: : .!. '. ;
liam Allan "*l Islington V*., to sorrow. I be covered and the system \, ." : ."
,-while \the funeral of the late territory to '. :.,. -
whom be was married In 1003. and one It U fitting that tie Jacksonville Senator W. J. Bryan was in.progressin accurately planned, not only for pres.ent i'"j.'..' .''' , !tift . .,' :>t
1 son William A Ban Bryan, who Is Board of imopediate Jacksonville. needs. but with a view to extensionIn : i' f""I". .". '. "J*,., '
'. his fourt father andy I nition of this sad loss to our reoo'.1 the town ; ..f. 1.' ..
BOW In /year-his; To the Business Men of Kisslmmee: the next twenty years, as ; 'I1liI111 llt 1'1'
':\ .mother, the Hop. and Mr*. John Mil- nity, and I respectfully requert Whereas, death has claimed ':our grows and necessity demands. You ,.., '\,' I 1.,4.); .,.... (( 1 ':';
1 ;: 'ton. Bryan; of Daolaand David urge that the board attend the funeralWednesday former Sown the Hon. .William. J. would not want to put in a system now ) ., '. ,..." ':,. '.;#-
.. .Brvan, a student at the University of in a body.; Bryan United States Senator aid that could not 'be ixtended/ or which '. "
'efiorlda. at Gainesville; five sitters, The following committee. -is .ap his funeral will be. held at .Jacksonville would become worthless In twenty, ..
Sirs. Charles A. Carsogand Mrs. Arthur pointed to meet the body which arrives Florida; tomorrow, Wednesday, ,ears. I .,
Simpson of Kisslmmee; Miss tomorrow morning: March 25th, 1908; i Sit the ch'f4Ouooll.boulc1, desire to
Margaret Bryan, who was with him in .F. P. Ooo..or..W. H. Sebrlng.-John I, W. J. Sears,. acting Mayor of haves compreb.D.ha'.ury..,. made B'eto'Lt.
Washington shortly.! .after. he was first S. Bond Mentcalra Broward J- M. the. town of Kissiromee City" feeling and plans and specifications made, so V. -to'I.
taken ill: Miss Florrie Bryan and Barn, J. N. C. Stockton "D. U. that we should do all in our power to that a deflnlM understanding with tile I :; ;;' 'L '
Miss Call Bryan who are attending Fletcher Arthur T. Williams,'W., H. pay to him that last tribute. which he voters can be bad, I will make same .
n Vlho WMI"ao Female. College at 'Macon Baker: and De W Itt T.,Ora,. so fully deserves* do hereby earnestly for the. sum of one hundred and fifty i': r,
Oa. He has numerous other relatives -. r'' Respectfully submitted, request that the business houses of dollars. This amount might be'' appropriated I. ; hr;l" li
I In Florida'all of whom barep .' W. A.-HOURS, Presidents our city do close tomorrow betweenthe bv the council with the understanding -
: f shift sincere sympathy of hosts of Senator Uryanwas a consistentand hours of 2 p. m. and 4 p. a., and that this amount be returned Your ;
'"I friend* of the deceased Senator faithful member of the Knights of that no business. be transacted during to the council by the bond trustees I'

J.. The body of Senator Bryan' left Pythlasr.being' associated with Monte- said hours from sale.m&ney'' of }he bond as ,
if' Washington" 9 a. tn today on a fore Lodge. Aooorulnglv: Chancellor It witness whereof I have hereuntoset soon as same are sold
.special train over the Southern Rack J.-W.. Fowler'aDd'Keepe..of Record i my hand and the seal of the town I will also agree to'enter, into contract :
way and will reach. Jacksonville. 107 C.' B. feeler have Issued prder. requesting of Kisslmmee City. Florida this 24th superintend the erection and .
'morrow at about noon. It will be accompanied all members to attend the, day of March, A. D.'1908. construction of system for the sum of t.
,by his .wife brothers funeral and tbeyare urged to meet at. .'J. SEARS_ S350thts aura to be paid to m* three AVdYafltage V
... motber, and a committee, of Unite'States Cattle Hall at 2 o'clock on.Wednesday I J,R. GILBERT, Acting Mayor.' payments as the work of construction .
"Senators, comprising Senators afternoon' and proceed thence to Clerk..' > progresses.., .
,TaUaferro of Florida; Bacon, of services at St. John's. Church and 'the The 'officers at the. court. houte'' and I mention. all. these things now 10 .
GeCrgla; Stone of Missouri: ;i. Daniel cemetery. the public schools also closed for the that some Idea of what U means tooobstruct "
of Virginia; Clark of joining; Senator. Bryan was a .valued member 2 p.'m out of 'respect for the. a SYSTEM: of watermorks means .. . ." :
Scott, of West Virginia; Carter of of the Church Club and was highly lamented senator. 1 enclose herewith specifications .. I'. ':: .

Montana and Clapp, of Minnesota. esteemed by this. organizationand ...,. system aL Lakeland that I constructed ,., .;. '.... .;.'. t. .
: AI the request of the family only the the. president Ueorge K. DeSaussure, .. tn 1904;, .This system"has been favorably -"] ,". . .1',. ', : ,. '/' '
Senate will be represented at the* fu- this morning appointed the following The ''V.I.-S.I criticised by expert engineer allover I .,. ,1,'
IMrakaDd no committee of the House committee to attend. the funeral.- JohnNrC. the country; > \ ..
.; was therefore appolted..00 arrival Stocktou, R. D. 'Dryadale. W. :The members of the V..I.fully 'Kindly pre>>eot. th. 'matter to ,the :. .
.. "' in the city the body will be.t'1ken to Frailer Jones, Montealm Broward, realise that they have hard task to counclfand mayor. You will pardon I' :', ." .' ) \, <.

the residence N. P< Bryan,* 125 West Col. CVP.ILoveil. Dr.R.; L. May, perform undertaking cleanse and delay "I have been'very' busy in the I I, ./, . I .' ,.' ,j'.. .
r. TJftrd street,' Sprtngfleld. W.' J. Abernathy, C.' B. Rodgers, beautify our city, and appeal to alt woods and could not get to' the point .' '
.... ''The funeral will take place'' at* St.: F. P. Fleming Jr.W,., P.' Corbet, of our citizen property owners as wellas j.until now. :Yours very truly I ;' ,'" : '.j, . .
... J'ObD'.EplllCOv.1 Church on next Wednedayafternoonat3o'olockIheRev.- Edwln Brobston C.'f A. Spencer, lessees to cooperate with them In W. B.Cl.AYC.E.' is ,'..,' J I' "..' I. J','.... oJ',,' \.'. .' ,
R.-C. Ingram, R. F. Bowden S. L. their endeavor to rectify the unsanitary II ,'.''I' I ,' 1, ,'',.;, I :!
Jt'Yv; V. Shield officiating and the fu- Earje, John S.: Bond and J E. John conditions pow existing'.in our the Christian Kissim- 'to .' '., .. "., .
'of y .
>Ixprtege: promises to'be' one of son. This committee Is 'requested to midst; also to beautifying OUR, homes People 1"0" I. . . 'r t tr '
..rigeBt in'' the, city's' history, as. meet at the Church Club at 2:30 p. m. and giving Dame Natureau opportunity > ,, ,,0,' .. ,', .
'I to a deck city with garlandof m e. . ""i" '. '
Senator Bryan was beloved by, all next Wednesday. to our > .. : .' 'I""
who knew him, a* he was a' cltlzeo, of senator ilr ya n was one of Fl ..lda'* Bowers. The Indication. I that. account S .\' ,' '< >. .f".,., "'.",. .1',' ;'"" $'."' .;.. Of
L" which the city and Stale', justlyd. most gifted lawyers and a prominent Cleanliness we can all .obtalll'( it we other are on therewill '" ., 1 '' '"" '" "f ' "',1'. .,. ,
absence of I -
of the castors
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will l! have not already) even In our .hum = .. "
of the family here member of the Bar Association.. This be-service onlv' in the Methodist ." ( :' c. : : 'J; :: ...
.' x Ed..Frlelid.: . this afternoon. organization/ attend' the. funeral blest homes and by'a little'energy church on Easter Sunday. ': I.: ,\ ,. i*" , '. ," ',,,
today.''In respect to service./on, Wednesday'afternoon.' expended> all homedwellers can /greatly Io '.. ",' .,' .' .

V5 'tbs distinguished dead issued a proclamation The following having been .Issued. In help the society'"" -planting, shrubs this I therefore a Union suggest Service! ,, that and wemake I''hereby .. .. f" ," I ;".1.\.': ,': .. ,,.. ''\.' ,'.. .' ,. t.'.. ,.' '
. city offices and Bowers, further, bv Inculcating -". "
that' all ,
requesting this. regard. aUotbel' i <>;' :
In cordially Invite the members 'of t' : : I' : : :': : V4;, :: Vr
and all business' houses close .' Notice Is hereby given that' a the h.blLoI tidiness their children "T : Y I
'.Wednesday afternoon from 2 iw 4 meeting of the Jacksonville Bar, and giving tn their charge, but under churchesand! the-public r ,to attend 1 l l' '. T ..'......,.1 T l 1 t
with in ,
and Join u* celebratinglb '' 5V .' "
o'clock. Several- proprietors Qf industrial ', Association is hereby called to beheld the parents'1 supervision, the care of I : ",
glorious 'triumphant '.resurrectlon '
'plants ,al.o informed the' In the Circuit, court room on some flowerbeds, and shrubr.. of Lurd. :
y ,mayor today that they would suspend March 25th at :2 p. m. for the purposeof All publlo nuisances and unsightly our A. L Wooqw RD.- "
t operationsWednesday/ afternoon. attending the funeral' service 'of litter should be .removed from our V2lethodlt Church. ,. rl
iR 'The mayor'eproalawMiorr. Is as fol- the Hon. William J. Bryan as an streets and yards and the whitewash Pastor '
i S'wss: association and of taking1 snob other brush 'should be brought Into play J\tt! .
T Whereas the State of 'Fl ..and'city'of action as may be-appropriate.. ,' both on public and private property, New Candidates.
L' Jacksonville bay* sustained an WILLIAM H. BARKER, such as fence, outbuildings, eta Ho '-'
S Irrepalrable loss ,In tbe death of ..Pre. deD" let us all help a little that much mar be In our'announcement 'column this CII W'
TSV ,JTnlted States Senator William .J. "EuoENK: HALE. Secretary.", accomplished. .. week will be found the names of the DANN.' .... ''".." "''.
ladles of the V I, S, standwilling following new aspirants for political
,, Bryan wbo died yesterday1. morning Senator Bryan bad for his age the The ; < :>
t" 'In'' Washington, DC.,'I, therefore greatest honor ever bestrewed on a to do their put.. They do not preferment. : : ,
'y. chief executive of tho city of Jacksonville :- Floridian a* be was the youngest intend. voluntarily to give offense to C\K* YowelL for Superintendent of .J ,
; : as a mark: of'respect to the' United State Senator since' Henry. any person, and the co-operation Public Instruction! ; J, L. Moon tb. .. ",t'r. ." r....
extended them the less friction is present incumbent, and G. F. Krlbba, -! v :, "t'
<-'distinguished dead. respectfully .,re- Clay which was. 106 years .ago. His Is to ; 'THE ;
... ,' 4ue. all the' city office to close from career... creditable, to the whole likely to occur. .4 for Prosecuting Attorney J T. .J'.I. OUTFITTER. ) .
t P. ov for the day and places' of bus Stale. of Florida which '-was Justly Let us ail pull together with a will to Keaves and 0.-W. Battoo' for CountyCommissioner l ,, J. .- '';:. .

,q V....* In this city tools. from 8 to 4. proud of blm.' His life leave an ex. make.. our city attractive, ,.a home, and C.' S.; Acres' forRepresentative. ... .J:. ",.' ? .' ... \ ('.' -
>:" daring the funeral obsequies, ample of 4be possibilities of the among home God has gives us ai ,9 .", lJtv .$ 101
.....also "elte4''theCltv American: youthtod.'furof.beea'' our' birthright an Ideal climate and '. I
r. T-. II to attend JIl last sad rite In' lehon, that should be followed. by the productive oll. remains for u* to .Mr.. U, A. Ltghuey' the wet ,tao" .'I. ,t'. ..It ''', 7,
cattle 14' '" \ .
a'bd v young men of ibis nation. transplant from nature' .beautiful f Bartow roan V was VV town '- "- -'

# _.,' All lags on sill building are.-",to be. ,Senator Bryan was a. South*Fiopidij lower garden". Teskrdp.,. sew y-M '

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:ie! O&udt: 0 MORET MADK S8ft '! he was married on the sly that 'ha' ..... ..... ... ..... ..... ... ..... ..... .... .... ...._. __..... _T n .... -..... T ..... TT .... ..... ..... ... T ,
; '. r.I.1. only gave. half a sovereign, to hit

:) wife's own maid Bah') I hat sucl Two Court Cases LOft by Tamps. To Survey 8t Andrews Bay. .
: In the United States district According to a Washington! dispatch
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i................'...-._......._.-edo t; CHAPTER V, at Jacksonville the past week Judge through the efforts of Colonel. Robert. I
James W Locke ordered, adjudge, J, IXJwry., A. B. Steel and W. D. Tfit.roon North 'Carolina and, Minnesota Court
Puts HI
The Canon Foot Down.
.CHAPTER IV. 4 that the thing looks' much more and decreed that ordinance No 451, '* of Atlanta, assisted by Representative Courts Placed ,Under Jurisdiction.. ''k..1
presentable; it Is just possible thatIt 'My dear Maria, you were not a't of Fourth t'of
Continued the city of Tampa, attempting to( Adamson, of the Oeorglad'atrtct Tribunals Disastrous "". .
may be so; when rascality has become the ball last night I bear.gaud the
"With swift hand Jeannette locked he-entered the drawingroom regulate the water rates of tbe,Tarn pi the' board of engineers of the Results Predicted,
the rule and not the exception canons, as '
the door, behind him', and stood 1Utenlng -. ot their lives but in a general way: where bit sinter "'as. sitting Water Works company, bo declearei department bat ordered a survey

for his heavy. step upon the every one Is conscious of the commis alone. "I can't lay, under, tbe circumstances void. The city of Tampa Is also perpetually of St. Andrews Bay; this slate, In accordance A Washington special safe: In refuting

Iron stairs, slon of a baseness,-and'-do more like I am sorry,' except for enjoined from enforcing or with the provisions of the rlv to grant to Attorney General
"Thank Heaven that's over! ah to be reminded of it than ot any other the cause 1 hope your head'is; bet- attempting to enforce: .the provisos of ere and harbors bill of the last con Young of Minnesota a writ of habeas
sigh of relief. .
A exclaimed, with a great unpleasant fact. ter." the ordinance, and it was, also ad; grets. Five thousand dollars was /aiproprlated >o him from tbe
I with bo was corpus releasing ponalty
the '
y "Drat man,
; drowned!" "1 have heard of a gentleman "That Is what everybbjyjs la'lal'this judged and decreed that the complainant I In the bill to defray the expenses Imposed by the United State circuit
farmer and of a gentleman Jockey," morning" smiled Mill Aldred, a for ?
from the of the but some
.recover defendant the survey '
atron < Minue'sols'onthe
The aspiration was a pretty, with little She didn't like that court for the district of
returned the man a i uneasily.
one. but there was little doubt of 11genuineness. "under the circumstances costs In the case, H. reason the ,board of engineers help up charge of contempt of '''court In
forced smile; "but a 'gentleman expression, '
Her eyes had sUlt.the In the case ,of the Peninsula 'Tele tha project. 'a'Btate
beneath whlcb shrewd' Instituting
blackguard, my good girl, is a contra- the /
flre of Indignation la them,. her phone against' the of The Improvement pf. St. Andrews
"'" company; city
diction In terms suspected ,lay some reference to: court for the;enforcement of tbe railroad -
cheeks were still Hushed with it; her "Well, I never heard'him called by; Mr. Perry, concerning whom, as we Tampa, ,Judge' 'J. W, Locke also ren, bay I Is of Incajcuable Importance to rate law, after 'the federal court
bosom still palpitated with It quite as had to dered his final decree, declaring ordi- both Georgia and Alabama, to say
that name, sir. returned Jeannette. know she promised Sophy bad prohibited tutu: a course,,:and In
eloQuence .,.
much as 'with her late passionate stand simply; 'but there's plenty of them make no revelation. "Henny has nance' No. 42S, oftthe defendant municlpallty nothlcg: of Florida. affirming tb\.l'declslon\ of Judge Prltch ..
"How Miss / ,
/ Sophy can about. You would never believe it; been here this morning to inquire null! and void and perpetual\! The survey that has 'just been ordered yti,
United circuit
It she went On "amazes me. It ard of the States court
but that young man had the ,Impudence about It; and, overheard: her motherto restraining and enjoining the defendant Is simply the entering wedge for ,
akin and bone.' OhJemlmarara Carolina
to North
would wear me for the western district of -
It he hasn't, come back to' call here to-night, withoutthe whom I was not at home forI from attempting to enforce the ordl the!; Improvement of the Iiarbor thatIs "
least thought of the scandal that am tired to-day, :and the conversation discharging:: from Imprisonment
ance, or' from Instituting proceedings to follow for which an appropriationof
any ,
again! might come of It, merely to Inquire Is 'a little,trying -asking Ear- law'ln'Ihe James II, Wood) a ticket agent of she +,
at state courts of FlorIda at least $150,000 will be required,
The Interjection was caused by the why my young mistress \vas not at cley 'How's her;,bead?' at I? it,were Southern railway at AuheUlle after
same tapping on the door lock with'' the-ball to-nlght--al though It was a snip" to forfeit or annul grauts, ,privileges and which It Is confidently ,believed; he had been, sentenced by the Ashe-
n out, that had alreadY. 'summoned or franchise of the plaintiff heretofore will be forthcoming In the next rivers I '
any business of'his, "Still, I suppose jou really!; had a vllle police court to'' serve a term on
Jeannelte from her duties about her granted. .' and harbors bill which will probably .
"llhpudent scoundrel!I" ejaculated headache.last night, prevented the -rock-pile on the charge of collecting
young mistress. She had little doubt :Mr. Adair, indignantly. "And why you escorting Sophy to tBe ball- Like the wafer rate case, the telephone be enacted at,.the second session ot the road
l for a ticket ou a
that she bad heard aright, but she didn't your young mlstroaa 'go. to the unless, Indeed, It was merely an ex-' case 'arose over the passing of sixtieth congress. The: survey of the

was very willing to believe herself ball?" CUBe and you bad some more validreason. ''an ordinance making a fixed charge'for project rather commits: tha.government greater price than was permitted by '
deceived. 'The wind ,was till roaring .'. I, the state Railroad law, the supreme
"Well, surely there was reason
service much lower than the original to, the improvement
and,racing, and It was Just pos' enough. .Us you mutt very well '"Well, I had a headache, William. ratas( charged the ---- court,of the United States Monday add,
Ible that what shb, had j just heard know." I think It was the cheering on the by company. ed another to the series of decisions

'4 was but the'swinglng! of( the Iron gate Adair's face darkened for a mo- river. But the fact la, Sophy' herself The ordinance was passed by )'la'or'Freckt'r Bogus Millionaire, Dupes Bankers., which have' rendeied notable the present -

of the balcony. Surely, surely, after ment. He had all along suspected did hot seem much Inclined to go, and council as sooto as those BEnjamin Webster the mysterious term of that court. '

,that piece of her mind had been giver that it was the fear of meeting him, so we agreed to give It up." forces tookover the reins of government stranger who was reputed to be anil.llonaire In both cades the right of tho state

him., ''not apparently, with such excellent or rather being under his survell- Aunt Marla felt that this was nota of Tamps : from Montana, and who to fix rates for railroad transportation'

effect Mr, Herbert Fern ance while she was In Perry's company successful speech, but she was a drew drafts on three Pi'nsacola banks .,
; ;;: was the Issue and both'involved conflicts
could not desire admittance a second that had kept her away from little. alarmed at her brother's man- Pensacota p-g Big Hotel. I t>r turns aggregating $$800,000, _which ,
between f&d ral and state
time. ,Yet(as she listened with pain the Town Hall the well the she had the
; and supposition,, ner, as as guess
Active work in In Pen-
ful intentness with her at the raising the money i ha said he was going to invest courts The decision in each case was
ear as we know, was correct."I made at the actual condition of af ,
keyhole, thero came again the well- know of no reason." he an- fairs. It was very unusual with him'to necessary for the erection <>f a hatel ,i eacola properIJB!/ left the city a few opposed. both to the states and to.

known summons. "It ,in him, drat swered sharply. .It-ougbt to have take Interest In their domestic proceedings for the Harvey Hotel'Company. and '' days ago as mysteriously as he en- their courts, The opinion of the courtIn

him!":she murmured; and with the been a"very good one, for only a few : : or to question any arrangements which ia to cost not lass than $350,000.I I I terecl.I both cages was announced by Jut

same,precautions as before, but rendered hours ago Miss Gilbert promised me she made for herself and >as been commenced by the Penaacola I I Webster made the: acquaintance of lice Peckham, and, with the exceptionof

more difficult by the angry a dance with her own lips. It was Sophy. chamber of commerce. The chamber : prominent and wealthy business men, Justice Marian, all the other members -

trembling of her ,llmbi;she opened! a great disappointment to me." "And why did she not want to go?" has settled upjn ,a plan of raising tbe I was Introduced at the clubs and wined of the court stood bahind him In

the door a little space, when, without i "It naturally must have been! ," ad- persisted the canon., "She Is gener- money, which U that 150',000 or >200100 ,- and dined: extensively, all\ because he the announcement of the 'court's finding -
p making! It any wider, to her horror mitted Jeanette, a light craft that ally fond enough of balls" of the common stock bj subset'Ibed was charmed with Pensacola. He drew Justice Harlan read a dissenting Jt'I

and amareinent there slipped In. like could put about at a moment's notice "My dear brother, It you knew as by residents of the city, and the're.,: Drafts on the 'Montana and Chicago
a. serpent, the attenuated frame of "I am sure sheds very sorry that It much of Kills\ as I do" (he did very opinion: In the Young case, !in whichLe
mainder : ba covered by on banks waa glv3n passbooks In the
necessary and
n )tr. John Adair ba.8 so happened; but after Mr. Per- nearly), "you would understand that took, the view that the suit was
Issue pf six cent'twenty.y'ar : him with the amounts
The apparition of a total and unexpected ry's conduct on the river-which I they are as ,full of their fancies as per goadbonds banks crediting: practically a procc dlnt; against the

stranger, under the circum- took for.granted you had heard of- you wise men are of your great redeemable at the expiration Of of i his'drafts, subject to 'the proper', state, and therefore not permissible under -

stances we have just described, would and for fear that he should misbehave thoughts. The things they like today ,five years at $25 premium on tho Iranifer cf the money the cloventh amendment to the

have been alarming enough to any himself again- --" they dislike to-morrow, and for f1; ,000. A corporation fs to be formedof However, in reply to telegrams sent constitution. He therefore: characterled -

young woman; while the appearance "But Miss Gilbert/ knew all that Lhe. same reason that made little the local stockholders the capital to: Ue banks upon'which he had drawn, the opinion as era,making in the

'Clr, the" Intruder hlmself-Mlrop.: v bedraggled when she promised to dance with Stevle, next door thiow'&ll his toys tock being $1 0.000 or $200,000, ami+ Vas received Information tbat Benjamin : history of the\ court, saying that It

livid-was not calculatedto me. interrupted .Ad air. Into ,the dust hole-because he was this corporation is to Bo governed! by award : )Vcb.Bter was unknbwnt, of closing tile courts ota
had the effect
restore. confidence. One side ,ot "And so did Miss Aldred know, tired of them." '' of eleven directors who are to' und.. Now he has left pencola, but'
Itself and
him covered with mud (where he bad only she had not told my mistress "Then 1 hope Sophy Is tired of her state against the state ,
without Scaled local
Lids -are and -
serve the
'' pay. with passbooks
,lain on the ground, 'p.lldlng-Mr. when she spoke to you because she rag dog, Mr. Herbert Perry, and predIcted. that the result would ba die
to be received from those owning desirable fearing to bear from the Monj -
Perry's Investigation of the garden had had no opportunity ot telling loesn't want to play with him any. are istrous. : ,
) the.other sodden evening sites, for the building and each .na millionaire, for when they do similar that
gate more.
her, that nothing would Induce her The two cases were so
+ clothes, his only protecUon against to l let her go to the ball. This Is only A startling speech from the lips of bid is to be considered as an option on next hear of him it will probably, be to both practically were decided in one

the wild weather without, an uadergraduate's between ourselves, sir, If you please," any one, but from ,those_of the canon the property (Altered) I the 'effect that he has cashed checks opinion. The principal pronouncement. *

'' gown tied round his neck added the'girl earnestly; "for what I like thunder out of a blue sky It ..,.....;..- I drawn' against the passbooks which' was made In the Minnesota case.

like a' shawl-the only i thing that Miss Aldred gave out was that she was luckly for Miss Aldred that his I. Dropped Dead!, In Rqad. I show such a handsome balance In Pen- l

could fee said to.the advantage of the bad a headache.and did not feel equal Indignation supplied him with a flue I acola banking Institution. INJUNCTION
The dead body of .W. S. Prlngle, PERMANENT was that he did not look to going to the ball herself." flow of words, during which she was ,
treasurer ot the Alachua Naval\ Stores ....
like *. gay young Lotharlo. Not for 'I did' not bear' her say that she abler to collect her thoughts; or In \ I --

''a moment, however, did Mis Per- had a headache," observed" Adair, her .Iarm..lnce: concealment was company, and a very wealthy and As a' result of the recent visit to Issued Against Federation of Labor .

ht kUis imagine him to be a vulgar thief really mollified. ."Then It was not now( out of the question--she.might prominent man, was discovered In the' Tampa of, Baron Speck von Sternburg, In Buck ,Stove Company Case

., ,or a burglar. your mistress.*fault-that Is, It was bave 'told him more than was neces' road near Paradise, six miles distant !I the German-ambassador the city Is to The American Federation of Labor'

The'Intruder; too was hardly less not of her own will that she stopped sary. from Gsinesvll'e! a few days ago. His have. German consulate and Mr. md President Gompers and others of

surprised, and from the same cause at T"'Certainly "'1 ,shouldn't. complain,," continuedher death was apparently;from appoplexy.* George Stetcher ',,pre'ldent'' of the- that organiatlon wjere permanently, enjoined -, .4

'He bad counted upon being confront not, sir, she has a bet. brother, ,'It Sophy,'had fallen In ":'Mr, Prlngle' was associated with thef''Deutscb-Asnerlkaueher :'' Vereln, ,'; has from /'conspiring agreeing or x

ed with' a familiar face, and -lol I he ter opinion of 'Mr: ,Perry perhaps love with ome curled,'darlng.uch! Button Phosphate company" .Gainedjvilla een>tendered ',the 'office of resident Combining /restrain, obstruct, or de-
found ;hlmselt" In the presence 'of a than some ..of'UI.have, and did:not as one sees in the hairdresser's windows ' German''' to 1
far'manyyears arter whlc he] ,' While the
'fBeing's JI lermanv consul. Itro '" the business of the' Buck Stove
stranger' think possible that he would so offend -but the man ahe,is encouraging : -: I : wJ )
as.mrithe of the C. visit to Tampa ,
presidency ,
ambassador -
was on. a In a declalon ren- a
and Range company
woman.and a ready one, again. But my mistress III'a is not only a, fool but a vicious I In.f
.*.'Miss Perkins waa the first to speak young lady of spirit and If she was fool; perhaps even 'a scamp or a Chass timber Interests, tbe'iargest 'I during the state fair, be expressed dared by Chief Justice Clabaugh of:'

"Who on earth are you?" she Inquired once persuaded that; Mr. Perry or scoundrel Of course you noticed Florida s left his home In Gainesville surprise and gratification at the large the supreme court of the District of:

'> : '"and what are you.. .come here. any other'gentleman was presuming what everybody, else noticed. last lu fine spirits In the morning; ,'' number ot German residents In' the Columbia, Monday,' making. permanent' ...

'' ,about tot upon any kindness she 'had shown evening bow he ''drank her health In but complained 'at Paradise of feeling city,. and upon hi.* return to ,the Ger- the temporary Injunction of Justice

,) '"1 am'a friend of Canon Aldred's.,". limy. or' taking. advantage of some public-conduct: which nothing can bad |man embassey at Washington mado Gould against the federation In .that,

he said; ""and as I was coming", home fancied hold of her ln.any other way, excuse In my eyes, however, eloncao I the appointment of Mr Stetcher to case.

,front the ball, I.saw a man slip Into she would go to her guardian at once, excuse, as the phrase goes, but. drink.It Letters patent Incorporating the United '.look! after his country's Interests lo- The federation's counsel Immediately

your garden. Perceiving by the light no matter what annoyance It cost her, Is no excuse In my eyes however, Phosphate company has been filed illy. ;
district court
J'onder".be pointed to the candle- and my master would know how to but rather -an aggravation Moreover ' holed an appeal to the ).
for record In the. omce of the county J '
-t "that come of the family were still deal"wltl1 him."' It cannot be said that It was a of> appeals. Monday's decision bars

up. I thought It my duty to give you "No doubt, no:? doubt," said Adair, temporary exhibition. I hear on the clerk at Jacksonville. The company j While seated in a boat with his wife t he federation from In any manner-

..warning" with the red on his cheeks but in as best authority, tbat be went ,to tho has a capital stock of $325,000 and 1 and two 'daughters, fishing on a lake ahng! the attention of the public to

An ordinary' British maid-servant, areless,, a tone as he could assume: ball In a state of liquor. That Is why the general nature of the business to near Alachua! a few days ago, Charles the thick company, or lu business or:

f ,under like circumstances would have still, in the matter of Mr. Perry's unseasonable I said that I was not sorry you did be transacted Is, that of mining', purr I Thomas, a negro was shot from' the products, and also bars the federation '

grasped with' gratitude at the meant call.. I understand you to.aT not go. And I ball be still better chasing and selling phosphate rock, shore by some unknown party, two from placing the company on the "un-
tlin. of that'Miss Gilbert did not wish pleased to hear that the of conveying ,
suggested explaining matters; ,reason owning buying, selling and loads of buckshot entering his back. laIr list" or from stating the com pan)"'*,
,but 'Jeannette was much too sharp_to the canon to know' about It.!' Sophy's absence was the apprehen- real estate, etc., and to construct and 'homas' body fell into the water, but should nut be purchased eltbr.r w
t 14U Into such an '!error It flashed "a be does not know about it herself lion of meeting him, after .what had auch'rallroads a.'the ,
operate Into the boat by tbenm..n *
back .
hauled else.
n|>on her In a moment that the.newcomer sir, as yet." returned,Miss Perkins taken place at my rooms." I of waif la Missouri or anywhere ,!"r<
'could not have made use oft tartly; "but it doesn't need a "I-'reallY and truly believe that It may require. The principal place ,, _----... There Is not the slightest: '

w 'the, same signal 'as his predecessor, ghost from the grave I should think, I was" an.wered'Aunt. Maria.: "I did business of the company Is to be Jack clue as to who committed the crime. STAID SENATORS AWED.l!

t: had he not witnessed it;,.and, therefore to know that no young lady want not mean to say anything about 1C sonville. I I Thomas; Is the same man who attempted or-- IJ

that all concealment as to that to be made the talk: of tbe town I to you, because' I promised Sophy not e> ,-.-:- L to burn his way out of the Alachua Untimely Death of Young Bryan Sub,

Incident was useless. Moreover, here should have thought every gentleman) to do ao; but that Is what, on the : The county -commissioners of Leon '. county Jail two weeks ago, being badly ject of Solemn Comment.

.w.. an unexpected opportunity of doing who was a gentleman understoodthat. whole I gathered from her. I don't are beginning to take steps toward burned, and destroying the jail build the senate Monday for the fifth time

a good turn to her"young mistress ." think she has any such fancy for the improvement of the county roads. I I, mgr in the session adjourned because -: '
whom she knew had 'reason to "I understand it perfectly well my him as. she had;. and It she Isashamed Six strong 'mules have been recently J present
I deatli'had robbed the body of'
land In fear of this gentleman good girl; and I think I understand of him. of course that is) a added to'' tile working force and are ,
:p _'"My' master should be greatly I 'ou..ald: Adair, smiling aa he drew great point gained; only I entreat work. On account of I i A. H. Miller traveling representative ono of its riembers. The'announce

t obliged to you sir.",she said hesitatingly his puree from his pocket. "I should you to be careful In what you say to. now, busily at I: of a guano house In Norfolk, Va., ment that.Senator William' James Bryan >

*?! ''"But the fact, Is,. the person like your, young mistress to know I her. Opposition Is the sol} on'which the, hilly formation of the country surrounding I'committed suicide in the Hlllaboro hotel -' of Florida died Sunday was made

i"t :you saw. III;no, burglar, as you sup had looked In, In case I might be of this sort of love affair thrive best" Tallahassee It Is a difficult :at Tampa with a dagger. Inflicting by Senator Clay of Georgia, in the'

:pose. I ,have Just' seen blmmy.elf any used but, of course, no one'e"Iseshall "That's all very well in plays, matter to keep th$ roads In' good several ugly wounds in his body. Miller \ absence of Senator Tallaferro, who-left. ,

for '!lyj ,had' the Impudence to force know De BO good as to give Marla; but In real life It does not do shape, but Is must be done ta order bad evidently planned to kill himself Washington early Monday morning a*,

r'' his way in, though I did my best to her my compliments, and say 1 shall to trust to a girl's! having her eyes that north Leon farmers be not forced I seyeral days previously, accordingto I a member of' the committee which,

i prevent him/ be is a' friend ,of the do, myself the honor of calling to- opened to her lover's unworthiness to carry their produce over Thomas I .- ,
found on his person. accompanied the body to JacksonTillo. '
''family..-: though, as you may well say, morrow.J by his own misdoings. Upon one county roads to Thomasvllla. letters ,

after such conduct, hardly' deserves "011, thank you sir." thing "shall tell Sophy I have made -- "'L

k to remain so; Be Is Dot quite master It was not Mr. Adalr's polite promise up my mind:' Mr. Perry never..crosses The strawberry shipments from The Acme Fiber Ex rt act factory; one The untimely death of Senator Err v '' p'

of htsi own actions, to-night, having that bad thus excited''' Miss Per my threshold; again have now assumed Carload of TUusvlll ls (chief Industries, wascompietely an, who was familiarly known, as \the'

p been, I suppose at the ball 'supper! kins' gratitude; but the coin be bad The Intervention of Canon AldredIn Starke j destroyed by tire on the "baby" of tbe senate, a_ title In ,which

It'It got to be known, I am terrifiedto dropped into, her band, and ,:which matters of his own house had the lots. The''' berries are' fine and tie ,21st Instant One hundred I'he took pride, came home to the senators ,
night of the
think:what would happen; I don't her nice sense of touch'' Immediately! rarity of miracle,. but also the,force. prices.good "Sandy, one of the most "valued at $4,000 was with ;more force than any' which "

mean to ,htm, tor he. would only,have Informed her was a sovereign. His laws, when,:he did go In for lawmaking prominent buyers''Is now' In town, and I Ii barrels .ot acid, .with the company's' I, had preceded It. The seven sorrows _

Himself to',thank for'.It; but' the "Would you like an umbrella, sir? ,were as those of the Medes i Is having a large shed put up for his destroyed, together this branch of ] ,
r, canon..I'm sure, wouldbe so dreadfully If you don't mind a glngbam. ,I'll and Persians; and Aunt Maria was especial accommodation Other buy I fixturesetc., entailing a loss"ot over that have come upon, a.o' +v
4 + ,distressed/:' ? .' .." lend you mine;" well aware that_ no' pleading on her ers will follow .in shortly ,and $50,000.: covered by Insurance. The congress since adjournment a year

""And 'your) young mistress Miss 'Dtcllnlng.tl1l. generous offer witha part on behalf o.f Me. Herbert Perry times around the,depot are.e livel'j plant was owned by C. A. Spencer. were a matter of solemn comment., j

Gilbert ,,also perhaps vauggested smile, and chucking the damsel would'either. Vlefer or' mitigate his -

:Adalr.,dr'I,.. .. "r: : r " . under the chin (from 'a. notion that I sentence ot perpetual exile to the',paramount need of a A cumber:, of sponge buyers,. vessel ABE HUMMEL GOES'FREE.New '

"No doubt; and MIsi. ,Aldred likewise. tbar: course, of: conduct was under I She bowed her bead and pursed her Owing building In 'Fernan o..... ?r.,. merchants and other Interest . "

There Is 'nothla. 'like' your the, circumstance.; expected of blm< lips, tbe former in obedience to her new ,government' In Key West held a meet- _;-or-- _, ,
'gentleman blackguard for. doing mischief rather than from any, amatory_in-* trother'a ukase;. the latter In silent dies the lilt has' been advanced near ed" parties ., :Sprongers', Union York, Lawyer Doff Prison Garb

,in a-house." pulse). Mr.,Adair let hfutolf out. protest against It; tookup her needlework the, top ot those to be constructed by leg' recently' with means'to After Two Month 'In Sing Sing.. ,

',' Wet as hewn; a glow came Into "He's about as wet aa a frog," observed --a sign she was not coming the government .and- prospects"are for to discuss' ways V >d' ", r Abraham ,H Hummel 'the; lawyer

.-. Rail.,cheeks ,-of Mr. 'John Ad&Ir'.nd .Miss Perkins, rubbing her 'pack) In a Jurrynd left the room. 'a speedy; beginning on' the building\ Tlv ,the sponge Industry and.bring the who was sentenced'' to', serve a .year ,AIn

, touched. his trembling ears. 'chin with her frilled apron, as she Unconscious .ot ,her'' aunt's. 'step rrbe slte. hs ''been surveyed'dlrj an. toarket 'back 4o Key' West The''subject I Sing,Sing prison for conspiracy; : la '

> There 1s a general notion Bet ago- locked the door behind him.'I hope upon the stairs So \hy silts alone with I alrzed ,"and correct elevation ,with! ' ,was' discussed at,length from ev connection with' the Dodge-Morse divorce'case ,", :'

flng' I tam Inclined toi'thluk by theoosmdrels that poor young man'' won't die of,,a a letter .In' her band... It )has Just street line obtained and,Superintend-j er.standpolnt.. 'It wad unanimously was :
themselves, ,that: person cold., 'I had no idea when I first set reached her but-tlot--bJ'tbrpoet:for, waterworks and elect t voted' that an Agreement' should be released, yThursdaI.v.: ; \,.
ent Nolan'of the : His term was reduced to about teal ; "
.rko behave la a rascally.manner areware eyes upon him that' be waa such a she has other ways of communicating. for the of all'parties ; ;, '
drawn signatures
ot It.,or"at all '.vents that good sort. One should never Judge with the_outside world.,,_ ,- .trio light .plant has: been: consulted In j concerned.up, '\ moD.ths.bT ,the' allowance! -made. tot :. .

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Supplement-The Klssimmee Valley,Gazette, March 27. 1908.


' ..+1"1rs IwNrw+seaa.s+ss+r#+h* A Florida -
Winter' Idyl. _

FROM WHITTIEI Scene: Thurman Park (Dear lake),"
Cowslmiuce' setting, A rustic bench r OSCEOLA. PHARMACY
Situated amidst flower beds curbed
av o. I. o. X with artistically: arranged bottles labeled -

********.******94**.+IFS/R$ 'Morning". Dew." "Our" Cities' ., -
Pride. "Mountain Drips, t'Lake f'
The signal! victory achleved-by the' Sips," "Last Chance," 'Nightcap ,
dryt has ,somewhat complicated ,%he Solace," etc. Flowers consist principally I

approaching contest fur county commissioner of cowslips and buttercups. Where You Get Prescriptions Correctly
,- Io the natural course of Actors: An Appollo. youth answerIng -
,events H should insure.the election of to the name of ,"Joe,"._ who is Filled at Reasonable Prices.: ,
w Datsden, as his ,change from wet to troubled with shyness "In the light of '
dry at almost.. the last moment facilitated day;" a maiden fair named '*-,'t ---- -
the suooeas of the ticket. A* the who Is willing but somewhat versatile: rio
recognized leader In the contest It two mischievous boys (who returningFrom I. It makes, difference whoseblankyour Doctor writes

would be unkind for those who soC Drought Islandwhere they had his Prescription on; we caB fill them c rrectl!/: ,
readily followed him ID that effort to been' helping! stir up the owls, and '
assume any supposed better judgment 'wild turkeys" In a painstaking endeavor 'We are Agent' for ELBA HOME REMEDIES.. which, ,

and aid his opposer< Ai his at serenading Squire Droughtand guaranteed. i
comes, however, as future contingency bonnie bride) spy the "turtle S.are '
willoot go further on the subject doves and attempt a gentle surprlie." S ,:

In the meantime our'citUens'aredis* Hark I Upon the still night air 1* FULL LINE. TOILET ARTICLES.
cussing the present weather conditions echoed and re-echoed the unaccustomed
old Dame Nature not present- sound of "moowt! tnoowt"! '
lOll a very' favorable, prospect for the The maiden, all forlorn throws herself (
cultivation ot spring crops. Tho Into the outstretched arms of ilo, *,
around is excessively dry,' groowineVegetables at the same time emitting the frlfrbt-
having thus far been kept ned cry "save'me, Joe, save,met" ,
alive by heavy 'dews. Friday night's Joe's arms close In,a ylse-like embrace
rain caused very manyof our peoole as he remarks" "darling I will "", JJjj

to look for a better record but protect you. atM/i: MAOM. aL"'NIICT MAC3M,
has turned cold Instead of raining the The "moows" continue but seem to ,
future Is yet In dcrabt. Our Democratic have lost their terrifying effect upon I '
rooster ao S the other residentsof the little maiden who (looking up I' MACH BROS. : I
Fowldowo vre bitterly lamenting slyly from tbe safe retreat of ,Jo 's .,
present cond .ions They unanimously i broad breast, murmurs, "Joe. do ,
vote4. the count wet, but we you truly love roe?'< \ '
suppose they will have to await further Joe-Sweet one, I swear by yon I I Livery Feed and Sale' Stable..
.....I! ,- returns before the question U flgz.AaII moon and" all the stars In the firmament ,

settled. -Oh-, cut that out, Joe; just kiss 1 WOODDRAYINQ
TIle sawmill )
occasionally gives out and squeeze'* .

the Its ebarm Increase of, but novelty Its whistle and our bas people lost Then took place the osculation of Everything Is New and. First-C'ltss. '!Vo will '
willing lips, bliss uqulllt.eaDd oblivion
lake very little notice of Its varia to the world In general) for the 3 Render Prompt and Satisfactory, Service -

tions. young duple, moon, after winking Day' or :N1 ht. All Hindu
O, I. C. has Just- returned to Whittier -, first one ortlc.. then the other, 1
after ..njurlnlr.tbe hospital of considerately hid her face behind a Heavy Hauling.AT ( .
his friend Floyd and the esteemed lady i cloud.: The lake frogs smiled with ''';
whose admirable management renders glee and gave a-dirt with their hind Be: AN"O'D: STAND. PHONE 113.1J. .,

,. her home so agreeable to the visitor. I I 'legs as they disappeared In the mud. ..... ....... .." ....... ...
Mrs. Vloyd In receiving her hus The boys In disgust skldaddled and
band' guests, Ulllt.eltbe dignity of I the 'twain hearts which beat as ooe" '
the true ladv with tbe hospitality of a were left in solitary comfort save for j -- _.-.:.
hostess aod rendered our short. sojourn the "tlnlcla made by the belts I .
, Ir.ails.Aaes sA..Rc aB.aAc .e.-c a0. aA. A .5. k e.AiL. Atk
both and
with them pleasant word : the real thing, which : = ; -t
agreeable. Leo l. the lion.of the makes (jowslmmee a "bYword to- outsiders
household,'and our many little Hraroett and a reproach to the progressive Pii'iiiij.; l-
with that young gentleman and his people or our city" W., THOJIIPSON" 5 5All .
sister Nellie formed a part of the enjoyment Moral Everything 10 this world has : ,
programme.The Its uses-even ipl chlevou' boys amd KJr destruction of the emporium by mystical cows, ONLOOKER.J.H.REDDITT. J .4, >if *: C.rr.ace

are bah. created considerable confusion - -- ----,--:- .FUNERAL! DIRECTOR, ,1 ( '\ -,-*to...CI.f"r.: _.' *.:.jn.:>; ," % "*'I') ;
among the citlsens of that noted I \ 4 ,, f f.a r '
loc..UL1..It. was a recognized convenience r LICENSED. ,EMBALM. . ER = <5C'u'ric .
;:: '
't"'C '
.1 !h\JY" 'I' r
an.1'maoy with : : 1
a that went up .a ( .. .3. :
tbe Bra and smoke encircled the r."I
ruins Mr. Floyd had treated the IQents'Burial .,? u.ur.t: ly n ail cr fl' ;.
of Ladies'
people who'' applied to him for aid Also Line telc rarh.> ',],
with 'a liberality that should be appreciated. ,
.. Live and let live should be Robes.. f'trce-Rail. <
the motto of all, and as he administered '4t' } Sit'e ct f ,',

to the wants of others In"their PHONE 78. -------. {(\.11. Fcite Cc.teie.j -
adverdty. so should they freely come tI .
forward and' do as they have been 1 aOc.AJAa..eE..AC; art altiaAa ill:aA.t. .\.&AAA:6A.A: A%Aft A&-. J '
/done bv.f There maav.outstand: "
tOil debt which. If liquidated would a -- -- -. -.-.... .. . .' .'
a enable that gentleman to' again re- .;
sume business aod every fair minded BUDDED TREES !
citizen should aid him from whom In I. '.
the past they have, received assistance.The .
reply that the credit given was for '
the money there was in It does not Islesworth Nurseries. ]
answer tbe question for If Abe future .
proves that the parties who received .. ..
01 edit are not reliable enough to pay JEWELER AND CHASE &|CX>., PWPRlKTOBa!: 'JIW'HOAfhD.Aunrrr wG
their Indebtedness' they ,should not
look: forward In the future to accommodations WATCH REPAIRER We will have ready for next Fall and Winter Planting vennralassortsoent It
which they would not de of Orange and Grapefruit Tress of all Jearilotf ,varie! '
serve.4Citisen. Call .and, ,see, mr Line of. Watches) tOur\ trees are budded on rood, healthy rough Lemon snl| .... 'y
Arch has SourOraoir ri otir, iriiarai.teed free from Insects pout* of ao.v kin.)., ;
given satisfactory .All budded. from bearing trees In our groves und therefore true., ,:j
evidence of his Intended return to "
facilities for growing .stock .
name Our nur ery "are neokn I to. ,:j
article of Ordered
Whittles The railroad bee has de- Any Jewelry Promptly
none and our treed are as fine as mo ey and twenty' year's| ;:'
parted our shores since his exodus. upon Request. fence can produce. \\'e.... making a specialty this Benson of the t
What effect his'return will b.'e'la' famous California Valencia Late which Is destined to hocouio UIM '
difficult to toll, but our citizens will' BICYCLE SUNDRIES. greatest mooev-malcer In Florida. Our Valencia buds coma cit.! a'1:

certainly' accord him a heartfelt welcome -- --- ---- - ,. rect from the best bearing tree ID the district now famous. ins |>ri.>-. \,,
r duclojr the brat Valeoolas In California. 1 :.

enjoy TbeSot.e1 the patronage de'Beulah of those continues)who ,visit to G. F. K R I.B B S,, Write for'Prices tq J., W. 'HOARD,.Gotha; Fla... or call and see our Nur- .. !i

our metropolis and Its worthy .proprietor &9riesat* on Florida'Midland R.: R. r, : '
continues with unwearied pa'tlence ATTORNaY-AT-LAW __ ;.
the of ..
to eater to convenience -- - -- "- -
numerous guests. 0.1.0. I, Office In the Court House-Klssimmee I : : 1
i A, VANS AGNEW, J M. WIl..I., ".
For gels, CI ,
OTAn'tllic. ._, 1
RealdeDtla and farming propertyof With whom will be associated la the I ATTOBNKY' AT LAW.. .... -J .1,
a.crea'at\ Hammock Oreva- I I 1- j STATaAT"i"JIl. 1 4KISSIWMERl
sixty : trial of causes tbe law arm ofMassey I THD NOAAMY PUBLIC, '
House fully furnished and In rood or 'Rrtlltaft: : Arfent.; .
der. Outbuild Ings-and farming 1mI' & Warlow, of '. f_ ,
plements. Apply' to Mr.: Drought tf Orlando! i 'KISS1MMBU..PI.A f"LltIULM.. ;'

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)8RO4VwwNNouNcE: s:1J' : I IGHt; ;' Ifii' : EATNCK'S!' BRIAN

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f. -Removing' Money;;' from State ofQeorgla ,- .. ::1n'11m. ..a.. -nltvB. r
T ,,Is Assertion '0; Chairman -
Enters ,Race- for Goyenor J olGeorgia McLendon of, ,-Commission Southern .Sends, All' Money+ Young Florida Senator Yields, t I Save\ manv: a' \drpellby .
\ the child
r M. !
Against Smith Regarding tie: reasMJil.of' the South- Held in. Georgia, Banks.. In Fight Against_ Reapejy.: tfivintf :"

err; railway", funts'Tlbrn the state.eOeorgla BALLARD'S' ?
f ,to keep'. from being hindered ,

; : OUTLINE OF PLATFORM, attachment la Its operations! %y'.garnishment and: TO BALK THE. LAWYERS' : VICTIM OFTYPHOID FEVER HOREHOUND( .;.SYRUP .
suit Chairman
on damage *. .
McLendon of the state railroad I 'j1 EVERY MOTHBR

Favor'Modifying Railroad Commission commission. In hisreply to a letter Offlclals Claim They Are Being ;Han : Passed Away. In ashington! Hospital 'should 'keep supplied with, Canard's Horebound $ nap. If she''
: ar from President "Flnley upholds/ the wishes to'eaYe. tier children from serious sick ..pelf L' :Jt eon'" .
+ Law, Strict' Enforcement 0' Prom road'In Its action, after' thoroughly-' ..assad'by Attorneys Tying Up After Long Illness-Was -In ae... tame absolutely nothing:injurious, does not constipate. .Good
Funds fcy 'Garnishments. and at But Little! Over Two for children as well as! Adu Ia. - :
hlbjUon' Payment of Voter.r' vestlgatlng .
thexma4tef A cough often leads to consumption rind should be
*' erans In Lump Sum.. CUalrman: McLendon shows that theSouthern 1 Attachments on Suits: r Months., ohdqkedImmediately.

'railway bad on deposit In --- ......--

Hon Joseph M.'BrowJv/' >f"Marietta, banks In the state during the. month The Southern Railway Company::: by United: 'States Senator William _A Household Necessity. '

.. Conner railroad commissioner, Wednesday of February some $600,000. against order of'tt. treasurer, ln_Washington 1., James Bryan of Florida died at Prow' .- 3. C. Smith, Houston. 'Tests writes "I have used
which amount pay checks-tor-1225.420 withdrawn bait million, Idence !hospital Washington at 8:30: Rallard'a Horehound Syrup In my -family for,the past I.
Issued the D. C. has a,
announcement, .
an to were drawn. H. states, be t.. Informed ; o'clock Sunday morning of typbold'fe. few years, and find it far uuperlor to any other cough
people of Georgia of hta candidacy for that the' average percentage paidon dollars front the banks In'Geor&1a. ,and ver. It was' only .nent -thrt'8 days' medicine have tried. Every"household should bo.

governor' ,' in opposition" 'to Governor personal Injury claims' b1 the'toad deposited the money In the 'First National slnc'o he took his ,teat a* the successor supplied with this worthy remedy ,

4. Smith, 'subject to the democratic primary since Its i organization has been t per bank, of Chattanooga the rea;< of the late Senator Stephen R. The Delight Children.. ,
cent. Further: be' shows that the law'y'ers Mallory, who died December-. andthirtythree ' '
of June 4.- An outline of lit son for this action being to keep /- URE5 COUGHS, COLDS,' WHOOPING :I ,,
a' amount of damage suits 'against thetoad day of that time was lj COUGH SORB THROAT BRONCHITIS -
,. malting :'attachments'and' ;
--nrow 1 platform: Is a* follows{ In the'ltate.11 9324.888. 'Three from funds ot pent In his fight against dl...... AND ALL. LUNa TROUBLES.' " +
serving, garnishments on the
+ "1. A return to the payment! In' one per cent of this amount Is $10,000, but. Several times during Mr. Bryan' Illness '
the road IB.. Georgia.Every .. PRICE 25c .SOc", and 1.00
sum of Confederate'penaton.., such his friends of his ;
as In order to givebond and keep the In despaired recovery

?., prevailed before the advent of'the. pre... $$314.888 In legitimate business channels Georgia now depository'ottbe'Southera'ceases to:exist, and what, but es late as-Saturday night AVOID ALL. SU1ISTTMES.J ,

ant! state' administration the road would toe, required to tbe,report was given out that hU condition 1
the banks held Is all going, ,' to
."%. The 'reduction 'of taxation money bad'taken ft' tura for tho better. t
a* give bond for over $800,000.thus com Bollard Go
Chattanooga. The order,Jssued. covers Snow Liniment
Quickly and as to as great an 'stent'al pletely exhausting every bit of available His death, therefore, came as .a surprise . r
every city in the state In which
can be made practicable. cash they bad In their\ depositoriesIn and a distinct shock '
railway had deposits 500-502' North Second Street
S "3- The regulation of the tatlroader Oe state .. ln physique -).[1'. Bryan was unfitted
f It I.1 estimated that the total amount "
;This should be done with firmness but In closing: his letter, Chairman ,Mc- of business done"'daIty! >ln 'theUe"b7' to. withstand a, protracted fever Ife ST. LOUIS, MO., ::

with Judgment, holding; equally In mind I.elndon.ettss the following: the; Southern amounts to $160,000 and was .1I&11t'of. build and of a'nervourtemperament ,
;the rights of the public who travel and "The railroad.commission Georgia '' the \ He came to Washington '
...,. ishlp.,ot the stockholder's who own th"8. 'very, deeply regrets the, circumstances i over.'The-...vlnleft'the estimate state U on 1800,000.The early' In January from the warm .
properties and of the live. and fair' "which compel yon to-remove. climate'of Florida and from the day 'Said and Recommended '
complaint Is made that damage by .
wages of tbe employee your deposits from the atate ,, of O8Or.III. suit lawyers are'.keeplng of his arrival 111'". far ,from welL

i "4. 1'he proper' support of all .public ..'and which justify you\ In' making the:mad. from yery paying oft Iw \ei&ploy-' Finally be was compelled to fire up' For' Sale at ROBERSON'S DRUG STORE.

Institutions. such removal.: ,. from transacting. business by and was taken to Providence hospital '..
ys t ",r., As .liberal appropriations for the President. Flnley In' his letter to .es.rvltlattAc and ments and garnishments! ... In iff;;. Bryan then' senate lose. the ;....,:.....- .. '
common schools as the public' finance that attorneys .even-th'member by death ,elnce the '
p Chairman. McLendon, says
The officials say this Is the only stateIn
will allow dKwirnment of the Arty-ninth :'congress , I '
4 : in unadjudlcated'personal Injury which the thing has been' done consequently -\ KISSIMMEEEI1TE.E
"8. Changes !In the railroad cQm- claims under the edl tlng'garnishment theY"reaol'ted to the method ,on March 4. a :year ago. They .i

A mission law, vla:-F1ret the;repent'' ol'. laws of the, state' ;, are 'permitted .to of ,wthdrarwlng} their,:money., I were the two late, senators from :Ala

those parts which give the commission garnishee the funds of the railroad The.'officials state. that their moneywill bama. Mr. Morgan and Mr. Pettui; Mr. ; BOUTE.

"jurisdiction over such' local Institutions company', Impound Its equipment, temporarily " be placed In banks
.s telephones, gas and electric lighting tying up both funds and Georgia for an Indefinite period; In South Carolina! Mr. Proctor of, Vermont ..

plants cotton compresses and street equipment, preventing business to con tact. It Is understood this will almostbe Mr...Whyte! of Maryland and Mr. BTEAMEHl ULLIB.. 8TKAMER UOSEADA.

'railways.. Secondly,, to Insert the requirement tinue. For this reason the official 'a permanent arrangement. Bryan.' Curiously, the last two were Captain Clay,, Johnson .Sr. Caputa Clay Johnson, it r

that one of the commissioners says his ,road was compelled to take_ the odeal] and the youngest members Regular .veekly;trips to Basitnger set return, noseada leaves KI..... '' fi

fi '. shall be a rate expert and 'to repeal their money out.of the state and placeIt GO"; SMITH AT COVINOTON. of the body. \vhyte'war'll years wee Tuesday morning, and arrives FJsslmaee KYIday evenlag.
y r' that section providing for.a'rate expert . In other states. and Mr; Bryan leis tban,32 years old. Special Charter Trips to.Lake Okeer.Htbee and Fort Myere on tbs UlUa.. .,

not.,a commissioner, thus saving Make. Second Speech of Campaign to Although'' Mr Bryan was In the senate Oomfortabl accommodation for pusengers. Rates reasonable..
=4.000 per annum In that office. Third BLACK SPORT" 8ENVTO DOOM. People of Newton County. too short a time to Impress his ''Th.mOlt''7. FlorldL'

':; ly to compel railroads to properly light Governor Hoke Smith of Georgia addressed Individuality legislation, or to takea .. For Passengerand Freight Rates. apply to
heat stations! and bo re- Manier considerationof CLAY ,JOHNSON. 8R, Proprietor
\nd passenger Slayer of.Policeman Dies on the people of Newton countyat i prominent part lathe
quTre. equitable demurrage rules Gallows In Atlanta 'Jail. Covlngton Tuesday. He ,spoke In matters In committee, It Is conceded Oa board "Ullle." Klsslmms, nat\ ,"

"7. The establishment of. a department . At. 11 o'clock*Wednesday morning, the 'court tooth trf a larger audience. that he would have become' a'forceful .. I
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of labor. Sheriff Nelms. In the tower at Atlanta, His speech was upon the public /Questions part of the minority.:
"8,. Thee strict enforcement, of the "sprang the trap on 'Andrew Johnson of the day. He stated that the Mr. Bryan was 1 born In Orange county '

.- preMnt'prohibition lawIf the people 'alias "Black Sport" and In fourteen ,. prohibition law should be rigidly enforced . ,''Florida, October! 10, 1878., We attended ',Advertise in Your Home, Paper |

i; in the coming election choose members' IIJln1Jtel" the slayer-of Policeman Ma- and any move 'to perfect,. It' 'the public achoolll\\; ,of;his state

k of the general wlUl'the assembly who, in .'accordance 'flier was. pronounced, dead'of strangulation. should be started by its friends and and Emory College, Georgia,, graduating . F9r the Y'erp Best: I ; .J

will of their,constit. not by' Its enemies: f'vOl'ed'the'! ultimate : from 'tho latter' Institution"In'1899.' .... \. esur
+' .u makeany' changes In the present Ills only! 'words en the gallows were: extension of the state road to Three years/later trey was graduated

Uw. I will ..1&11'the bill thus'ordered "I know I am saved. God ,baa forgiven the sea. He said be''would be',abeto from Waablnton'and Lee University ., ._, .., .. . .. , -,.
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'bf the peoPle, my sins. .I. am ready t io go.'"' -pay every pensioun In full at the be, and' In .1889! began,the'practice Pf law ; : "

,"8.The: enactment of a' law against Johnson, tbrougb fear, was almost In ginningof each year If the constitution In Jacksonville, Fla.: Until 'a short time -Qur' ". :

t lobbying.'so:' as to preserve: the purity a side of complete'\ collapse, but admrnls -' was amended. so! as to allow him before his appointment t succeed Mr...

of our legislative system 'the same
as the' purity 'of our jury system.., albout an hour before he was, taken to' NJrT. solicitor ot the' Euvat bounty criminalcourt r Nati nal Short* comings
'eDOOUragean&nt Miss Jan'etAl1aq ,
10. The by a proper the gallows gave him some courage Referring to the subject of ,prohibition. He was married to ,
'' administration of, the laws; of the stood' without assistance.. of of tizingtnar'who I ; ; with one
and he !: .. he said:. "The friends temperance .
Agricultural mercantile-and manutact:. him I .. D,.. Felix Adlerl. .
-, ,', all over the United States should son, survives ,, By ' ? '
wring Industries of the state. The assurance.not EPORTED. 'Vf-, ; "' .' ' -- .b _-A_ '//1 i'f', ..A..I'a e
'INSURRECTIONISTS' ) turn'tbe1r'C'Un.. on those congressmen : i .-,""'-- "" v- i ; j.", -v--- .
only to cltUens: of this .I \ : ,; " ELEPHANTS,ROUNDED UP. fn. / +>' .
; ;
.a; : ,,_ who have refused to' ,'_- < -* ....-.s-I.. N'myboartot.hearts 1'am an'optlmlat.wfth. tIM"I ; '
but to citizens of other' states 'Allow.d ? : \ .,? ,: ,
state ; Refeipeei Are to":Leave Haiti. tecting a ,state or: communltytwblchdeclares S? ," i-J, ;' fl. present and,future'- ;my'.country.-'But'. In .tyrnlag'to-tile';
,. that all'calli Invested In legitimate Aboard French Cruiser. against the sale of Iffcuor! Two Escapes from Circus- Florida subject J'' tanc7'''70u must feel 'vel'7'mucht tfdothat-to C .be
I .1t:j! !'\1r Consequent ul O from having liquor.shlpped Into It by Finally Caught a member of a people convicted lathe eyes or' of
equal/:'friendly'eoaslderation' of those Haltlen government to,permit the participants business\ houses residing. out. of, the The two blgvejaphaqtts.} ; ..which escap i cross evil, political meanness?, business corruption,' so' tdneh

i :dr.. ,who'administer the laws of Georgia.., In the .late'Insurrection who. state. They 'should give their support Florida ,' ........?_ dwelt'on- In the newspapers of the' present, day U like feel2 -;

., i"li. The discouragement 4>-y all legal have ...ylum'ln, the various\ consulates, in every congressional. district, men .; ln7 as the member ,ofa; family that has ._, ,,blemish onIts-' ;
a "methods of undesirable Immigration. to' leave the country unmolested the who will"',,help pass .this''la w;" Jasper,Satllrday'I1llbt;:and weretakenIn eV*+4.+e4e 'escutcheon.i, 'You cannot to abroad and listen to the: gibes
"I make no promise that I Individual French cruiser d'Estrees.. at Port-au- charge .by members ofthe circus. of tbe European!; however little they may' .be Justified, with

r ly.1:\or In my official capacity, 'will ac'compllsh Prince. Is preparing to tab 6. hoard LOWER RATES ARE ORDERED. The elephants wcre\et .Urge four the same sense of contempt that one might have bad. ,So there Is a'IIfO".1,

any of tbe results above indl- all the refugees In the French Oar- "days andnights,, and created much ing feeling- of 'pessimism among 'Americans' a*, to' -experiment.' 'la

M ,(cated, for while one man, If he' be and Spanish consulates at. Gon- South Carolina Railroad Commission terror. They were fired upon several government .
I The way to conquer this PHalmlllft Is to work ,your-way through It.
; may'cripple and possibly/ broke
f streams, '
I' governor elves at fit Marc and Port-au-Palx. Reaches That Decision. times. They swam and i not shirk facts. There Is a disposition oh the tart of those who know
t wreck tbe prosperity of the state It requires will take the rrrolution- The South Carolina railroad commission through" ponds and lakes walked .
The cruiser unpleasant' facts to gloss th.m' and say things, are sure'to come right;
the co-operation of the people tet to St. Thomas. Tuesday decided order the Sea- through wire feices and tore down ,That hasnotbeen: : the way of tl1e"worlcl.thlnca.go wrong nsless-lhere. are'y;

Wit, find ''the executive restore confidence board Air Une. the Blue. Ridge and whatever came In their way those who deliberately to It that they go right. '

'and up build that which has been LOTTERY BILL KNOCKED:OUT"; the Co1
prostrated. Hence should'ask your railroads to put in effect by April 1 the TOBACCO FARMERS. IN PANIC. Joseph must hare seemed an Intolerable prig to his brothers. In his ambitious ">
arne at co-operation. I,confess: that Ihave 1 Sports of Porto R.ioo'Dlsappolntedat'; reduced passenger rate of :2 1-2 coats dreams be saw greatness. ,which' had,'not,yet given any ,external evldencerof[ "F

./_ none of the traits of the politician Wind; Up'of Legislature? per mile Fear, of Night Rimers Cause Them to Itself-"Behold' I saw my sheaves In' the' midst of mr brothers'', and their*; ,"

-{and t no great newepsperite urge my The Porto Rican legislature adjourned These lines protested against the re Destroy Beds sred:Stop Planting I sheaves bowed down to my sheaves."' He was a foolish boy to prater, :about'if,

candidacy but I have faith In the at San ,Juan Wednesday. The lottery ducrtloo''from I cents per 'mile but Driven by_ a panic of fear because I but all the same hewasconscious; of the stlrlng of his aspirations. So 'la the k
people."In and visits of but all the same he was conscious of the stirring of bis aspirations.- So Id the
and cock fighting bills, the former . were 'willing to issue mlleage""t>ooksat of the warning, letters
half of the Jut'century especially. .
conclusion, letus, unite to prove of as' other lines. :farmers II\. nearly all forme
providing for the allotment th. same rates the..night riders Wo have-no great leadership In politics'or In'otherfelds. Tile average.American
.that will be Just to all whoseT" white:
;; Georgia $40.000 a month In prizes, which was 'of the forty-two counties la,the, Ictelllgence Is 'high, but we' have' not, the- peaks that towers '
citizenship. or In vestments, are wltilujier Introduced by natives and passed by Local Option Law Valid. birlay tobacco district.of: Kentuckyare above the average. No country needs great leaders so much as a democracy I

borders.: Let is unite to restore th'e boo .-was killed In executive council. Judge Gantt of the Missouri supreme busily destroying, their tobacco and In no country have they, appeared less than.In our democracy; 'The Wee

k' .employment, with good wages to those The public utilities bill, drafted court ta opinion handed down Tuesday beds. In many counties huge ..signs Idea of equality, I Imagine, has something to do with It. It 1 Ie- a curious fact

; ,*?, 'who are now the'unmerited victims 'of after.' that of New York, was passed. reaffirmed the,.declslon of the have been erected on buildings de- Americans ar, the most Individualistic ;'and ,the least Individualistic; Nowhere 1

An unnecessary panic.' Let us unite.. appropriations' tor education and Missouri courts, upholding the constitutionality claring '''the tntentlon"cjr the ,partners In Individualism'enccurased ;and nowhere so much discouraged: The'
to prevent cotton from price Let us 'unite to bring good Independent than the Englishman. He would; never'assert 'his rights when. rl

k prosperity, to Oeor gla. Respect- TWO. PRIESTS SQUELCHED.. he has been ousted, as the Englishmani;{., he Is afraid of being singular, when Il.

'0 fu1 r.OC)1J! fellow citizen LIBERIA APPEALS TO' UNCLE SAM AN ANTI-JUQ RIDER he steps out and resents that:which others bear-the 'vuehes on the Subway,
I' nno'wM.Marietta. tor instance. Democracy Is unfavorable to Individualism In this respect
JOSEPH'!: M.. ---- Civil Marriage ;
Rf Attacking
Indicted for
j. M;" ., Ga.. March 18, 1906"I Negro. Republic Wants to Be Protected. Attached to'Ocean Mall Subsidy, Bill \Law .of' Porto Rico. '}
Against Franca by Senator" Clay. federal grand Jury at San Juan cs 0" :g' 0'I
J?' 'TAFT' 'INDORSED' IN IOWA. The government 'of the little -AfcU:: Senator Clay tried another strangle- The Saturday; returned an In.
; j Porto Rico MrMVVtiere Wre Me' r rreuenwMedicIne
I of. Liberia bas appealed hold on the'whlsk.y octopus Tuesday San r-
'"r can republic two priests, at }
x'Republlae Large Are I.,. to America'to, protect her. territorial by ..ACking 'on an "anti-shipping'' ., Juan dlctment Porto Rico Saturday* editors ota : f f '

,"h strutted to Vote.for Secretary.' Integrity against France. The state amendment to the,ocean 'mall subsidy Roman Catholic publication for _
;., 'The'.Iow*republican ltatG'ConVeD'tl department lias been Informed that a )L'7.:: He was moved to take'tuta step' article .In which .It was

n at DeMoinee'Wednesday" elected delegation U now an Its way from since It appears' the judiciary'committee printing asserted: that an persons contracting mat : .. 117 Sir Frederick; Tr o\.. '
'''t 'foul' "delegates !at Urge" the" na- Monrovia to Washington tff ,make, a : ; -which has:beenarguing' the oon- under' the civil .law live In a '

'.tlonalcon ventlon. Instructed, them to personal! appeal to tie president' and stttutionallty of various ;anti-shipping lags of concubinage( and that their I eeU.'sV'VMkrfNi4le4. '

t i Vote for William 'H.'-'Tart, 'endorsed Secretary.Root to restrain the French' laws, will declare: against, reporting state are Illegitimate tThe) Jury. : + AM'certain'' It.I.. safe to prophesy; that thetlme-wfl'eome r'

'( 1 Senator William. .B. Allison 'and ap-. from forcibly: taking possession' of a tW';proposed legislation., holds children that the article hi question was 'j"' 'J when hospitals for Infectious.'diseases WIll; be''r empty and ,r

t f,t proved'the plank>f,,'the Ohio platform large p.rt'Of the country lying! on, the 'aad'unfit to be published.! .. not wanted. I also look forward to' the time'when It 'wlU

: ek calling for"a :rev> :between Liberia and French I' obscene- ,_ _. -j- . I' 'be as anomalous" for persons to die,of scarlet fever; typhoid, +!
',.e ," : INVADE CHILE. > n I .: 'f cholera..and dlphtb rla' as It'will: for a'man to die of a' ;'p
'k __ e -' ANTI-LOAFINO. "LAWS'VOID, ; Z ++++1 wolfs bite In England. Very little, however can"be' +y
i'n ..J Hii::+i done ,by tbe legislature. but ..eQtblng' by' tbe"progress. f,
j gist Pur I
"'. Depredations. '" 'of Be ,THREE MEN. MANGLED TO DEATH Armed TI'OOpe' ,Cr oeg'FrontI.r: Missouri, Supreme- Court Passes Upon .:+ .. ...: ,ot medical science,, and In much larger degree',by, the' "
Probed Legislature. 1 suit of Smugalers.' '
by Novel Legal "Provision.,, Intelligence of the people. "We must recognize that the say*
"AIrisauthoritatively; :: : announced that Hnvy'Ste.l" 'Beam Fell and Crushed A dispatch'. received' In Valparaisa.from The Missouri supreme :court ,Tues.Lay' Ing'that every one must eat a peck of.dirt'before lie"dler erroneous, and,
'" C 'Governor.;; Wlllson' Win .call the; Ken- Out" Lives of/ofWorkmen.?< Arica .ays: (that''a' detachment city ordinances see'that dirt I Is undesirable Preventive'medicine la founded upon hard',tact;,

.. ,: Mucky ,legislature >: to::-meet': In special Three men were jellied,, at Indianapolis of Peruvian troops InvadedTarata-s, -decided' that.rMJm lounging or,loaf.prohibiting prudence; and common sense. The mystery of the ancient doctor;;'his'use of '

;: n .i:I 'cessionprobably', In 'July,'for-: the'ehtment Tuesday by ,this failing,of a heavy Chilean town In the province .ot TacnA persons. 'unconstitutional long names and his extraordinary prescriptions are passing away. Multitudes, ,
'. ''-.1< r{ '. of Jeglslatlon; :calculated: to rep. __I'bam that" was' being placed, In, and near the Peruvian frontier: In pursuit \tog on "street, comers ,are of shelves full of bottles which aurround'doetor.' are also, passing$ away, and" '
The" ease came from SL.Louis, by simple living suitable diet plenty of 'son, plenty el V '
tense.eondlUona'Intha'to'e'baood'dhtrlcti. '' Chileanpolicedisarmed replaced a.nd.
t?( lieve, the >> ,, ppttUeni' forrJltoad; track elevation. of .mu &ler.. The JacobGloner' was fined ,fot- being > "
'."- /< ; oIe'1.\ understood. that .. While raising one of the heavy' ,.the Invaders, but later fresh where fresh air. The Bghtot; the pre.entda7J..ptn.t millions of microbes. fo "r \<' '.

eb.wlil': ask,,the extra ',...IOb to,panswfhs beams'a: ; "!chat a broke:,and the"three. .; .Peruvian troops arrived at;'Totals and standing' oo a street corn."dolnc'pf.kJ the- weapons .are a.llltal'1'renlatlon.., municipal government: the'r., sanitary-
.: during'a trlke In 11\01.. lAd,the-'medical" officer.of healAmerrcan'Magaafne ;,. rI <
t 4nty .. ? ;
,: :+eounq"unit'bft1ataq'; :,;.; ,I' men, were''crushed' ;to .: utered the: houses. searchmKf\ for_arms. _'
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,J' 8IMd I aTDY MUBAY. -
ffic.lnVaU.y( Gazette Building,. Maay. S Florida Household Will '' '

>t1e91101 i >ci.CBCKOLA) 'OOUNTT.'FLA.W. . I'ird' ,Their So. SPRING"GOODS": :

I To haVe the pains and ache of abed CANDIDATE; : a

'. B. HARRIS Editor'' and Prop'r. back "'IDO.0; be entirely free I l .a

w from annoying dangerous urinary ', '

__._SUBSCRIPTION Nor-... .....,.,.RATES. .. ...! .$1 of 'disorders 18 enough to make any Ulc- FOR "r
... .. ........ .. net sufferer jrrateful. To tell how this -
u i OB Oneeovr.etanootlu*van.UUIM BMWtlu.nwtto ;,.................... C. great change 'can be brought about ,
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l. -:::t.J..:= will prove comforting word to bun;
..: :. .rout J ,
dreds of Florida readers.A
will not be ratm-Md anlMKateree1
.... OerUntf. seaman of 410 L Street, ,

'i at tile PoBtaffie*In 1t1Minl_Fla.a.w Pennacola' Fla., tell how to do It.. UNITED'f .
*',* eacnd-clae awl)natter..Friday He nay: "...I'OID ray experience with > ; .

Dean's Kidney Pills I can In strongly need of : r OUl line .almost complete; ; ;
recummend thorn to any one 4
,. :March 27* 1907, a good medicine for the kidneys. Kidney I

complaint and backache caused. SENATOR'D'UNC with' Ginghams; Calicoes,, 4''
nu< aufrerinor pt Intervals for yean.
The Jacksonville Metropolis lavstbat ." 'be'tttl or second attack I did not I
Senator+ .DryMI'S funeral was. mind.>but as time' went by they grew LaAyns. VVJiite C oods Etc.
probably the largest' and tmost Imposing worse and at lime laid me up. I ,
ever beld In the Slate.Mrs. could hardly 'walk and It was' a dif N U.FLETCHER .

cult matter to straighten after lIt.oOP'iInl : Tlie] early buyer the
.1, Carrie A. Nation the great ( while the kidney .secretions were i .. gets. /
of temperance lecturer saloon smasher irregular and unnatural. Ooan's Kidney l
and crusader against all species ol I'Uli cured nib. .from personal -
Sta"ds'Or best selection. .
vice to which, human flesh is heir Is experience I know that this remedycan These Principles. : ; t ,

spending a few" days in Orlandohio which be depended upon to /illIS'* the ..._! of lalaralata CarriaraJ""t I......... ., y. M4 ate
week. That Iocker".olub of representation made'for I... .
,Co1'eO C.... .. ... '
we bear so much, had better lock up For' sale by all dealers. Price 50cents. .
.......IB OB>. Tex "t'
Its,lockers and lie low. Foijt/er-Mllburn, Co., Buffalo, '
New York, sole agents i for the United. StmmAm for Tariff Ravtaloa. '... De...... I. ;. . You 1"" for) Holiest Valuer r.

,f Governor N. B. Browal'd announced States. y Florida P........ .... Fruit Or w.r.. .. ,. '.- ' .
In Jacksonville, yefcterday Remember the name-Doan's-en< Dtsty oa Bgrptla.. CoUom.:

that he would, be a candidate .In the take no other.. learn '0." Ayroprfatf.a. log Hlalaa .......

coming orlmarleior United Stales Rivers sad "'........y.. '
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; 'Tbe Governor States in his -
Senator that he has received O...... to r-... mad all ) ..... ... KATZ
announcement ,
many telegrams and 'letters from CITY BARBER SHOP .. Favara Ie..>.....? R.- '..._ L I
friends throughout the State urging/ + -
k him to become a aasacoeaeor has 1I.... ..!i.... ... .... ;... .,................,.. LaC

not yet appointed the Now Open for Business .
t 1
lamented W. J: Brvao. but It Is -
thougbtthat Hon. W, 11. Milton. of in| Old Stand. pocooocooooooooooooisooociocxx.onxaoooccoooocooooooooagA. .. r<< : )

.Mariana, will get the plum. NEW: CHAIR c. CARSON.PrmkJertt.. J. A. CRANPOKD.VtnPmiiilent.. S.L. LUPFER 1
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: Secretary .

Will Bryan. NEW, RAZORS NKN INKNN1tiN11M trN111NNN1% %%NN'hl. %%%

]tithe death of Senator William NEW EVERYTHING r ", i

James Bryan which occured at Providence : C. A. CARSON:: President. N. C. BRYAN Secretary. .. .
_ Hospital Washington. D. C.' .Satisfaction Guaranteed. K1SS1MMEE LUMBER CO.
last Sunday morning the State of .. 'JaE:
Florida hat mantaloed an'irreparable s

the loss finite, and mind one which to isdifncult for -OR p- NO,- 'AV.. i i Waters, & Carson Grocery Co.

t 'In the bloom of youth and vigorous and '
manhood he was cut down at the very Rough
threshold of a career which 'promised DR. LESLIE W. WEEDDN ----'-,-+ -;;"01.1. and Retail. D*.,.... l. +,
unprecedented usefulness to his count II

_ 't.r"1 try his age State of thirty-one and his family years he At hadE the Specialist--EveD! Ear Pine Lumber. ; GROCERIESCOIINTY

attained the high ''oftlce of United Nose and Throat...... i II..
States Senator and what he mighthave ..
achieved In futureyears no man t ..
can know.Such ..I AGENTS FOR '

: of,providence however is, and the we Inscrutableway can but Private :jHosoital, American National HOUSE BILLS :A SPECJALTY .-t> : HAY I Celebrated Fertilizers CRATES

\bow in humble submission to the DIvine Bank Building, Tampa, .IOtmwYxrJOOttac) .raur.tclooonooot. : ,
will i GHA1N ETC.
w His pure life and upright character '. Circulars and Prlc..r't- . .. I
for'which he distinguished from I r
was Far l.h4 en Appllcatl.a. .
1 boyhood, will live in the hearts and L'c ?!f ( snlnds of the people,, of this 1'W. 11 1

county, among whom he was, 1>1. B. CARSON
::. A. CARSON .I0llN M. LEB.
reared, and where' be was loved L. W I N N, P..I...'. ,Ylcs-Pr.sid.rt. C..I.r. I ; : FURS WOOL
'hot only for the, honors he, had i *
f achieved but for his sterling PBlI'.IOIAN ANnCUHORON, .. '
traits and manly bearing toward his State of Kissitnttiee.

fellow. &_........-- ........- i Oo-u.aa.tr3r: Produce a. epecia-lty.: ,
Has life Is an open book, which it ._raa pa.aa N. P.esu.Dtt. Kissimmee, Fla. .

I would be well for every: boy to study --- .NMMMtiA ,

and emulate. PAID UP CAPITAL....... .... . a 80 ood 00 ..

L; We Need Waterworks ) ,J. W. SIMPSON 1TOCKHOI.DEWS:: LIABILITY,.... ....... so 000'410 L
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Ii I Klaslmmee has now, reached that i DENTIST. DEPOSITORS_ SECURITY-a.. F toe. 000 00 ... ............-- '.

i stage In her growth and development' 'Office over Osceola Pharmacy.: -. Prompt ..d Careful" Attesitloa given to aM 'matters entrusted 1'
where she-has the means within her to .... 'Exchsnges; Hood at all polata at cheapest.
grasp to,, make another great stride 9 a. in. to 12 m. i iw
OrrCT HOURS: \ rates. flR.S.Floyd &
forward. We allude to the establishment 1:3q( to 6:30 p. m. ,. YOUR BUSINESS' SOLICITED. Qo.
of.- an adequate. system of waterworks 'Telephone No. 76 Jun o, Ivr, , . i : l ;

This matter has been thoroughly dltousaed '.... -
and investigated In I '
boning : ." GROCERS .
"!r. but It was found that our --- ,' .
capacity at that, time was Inadequate. Benedicta"A _ .
to put in a proper plant 6REATEST SEWING MACHINE .L
..,; Conditions now, bowever, are different t NEW FIRM--- NEW 'GOODS lw

t t, ; Our town has been growing WOMAN'S MfDIONE"Do er !! LIGHT RUNNING ..

xy' ,.,aod"alU4l1'.111D"!our. property the bonding has: capacity> f % V. :; .

iJ to* figure largely in excess of that Full Line of High Grade Fresh ..
which would be needed for this pur- I
pose, and there 1s nothing in the way YOU SUITER them.- of womanliood. r' Family and Fancy Groceries D

.now, except It beobtalning the consent .. so many; women do'uir.r r Do you I FREE. DELIVERY ,
ct .of the property owners.Wshave _DUO s.t wall without tb.necessity ,
the power and the water' at 'of palnl\ll.n..llI.UOD. embarrassing I = .,
our command and. all that Is' necessary II ; = \ .
ooorultatlont Do you want to -take a I .
is to build reservoir and lay rem.ey; right Into your bom and -cur Prices Hight KisHiinmee, Fla. J.),,
i the piping. The machinery' at the .rourselff y ftf" w .
light plant will furnish ample power i I .tiFiterenrftt'9n1/'yirraY'rprRPnP'- . '.. ... . t ']1.
for the pumping, station and the artesian BENEDICTA -- ---- 9r ri :,
place will, furnlsh 2 -
/sufnotentwater Ii "Woman's MMIctaa." A -4 .
, a prescription ;
for household :
of who mad. ths 'of Fmala ffe "
a phyflcian study < Uw
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use, while water from the lake,' by direct :-- '
Dlsesesa It
bli specialty. was
.,, ,
pressure could be used in case of
fire. 4 sucoassfolly by bin In his prastlcs. It has
b*.a seed acecsffully by thousands ofwomen NEW
,. understand that private'. 'parties 1
tb. sines. Fro.siwtslrs SPRING11GOODS
,leav. during many; years
offered to In waterworks If
put ..
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franchise physlelsns h. also found it .
given a for that purpose,
but It would seem that the town is in noble assistant'whan they. dilrd to avoid Paint and PaperImprove .
much better position to put In her own an operation
:{ waterworks than any private concern BCNED1CTA" and protect jour bouse.
could) be with her costly power station I will be pleased to bring my 1007
I V* Il.andtn/llille/ all day and half the Is a v.(.tabl .....14r.: It"Is nad from sample books to your house ana ,...
night. root,barbs and barks known to possess t make any sugeastions in the latest -"':{ -
With the addition of ''waterworks properties which have a wonderful curative decorations thaf you-may desire." -'
.the electric plant ,couldbe kept running and tonic effect upon the female organs and Drop me a card and I will cheerfully IfBbntueeraelo..Vlbratlng8hnttleBo ary .
: all the time, giving an ,all nightlight nervous system: Without mentioning the furnish estimates on paper :: ..Thraad. [C* Ar cAJHewlDg +
service and furnishing current many forms of femal troubles that women and painting. : i : : :. ': \: Uauhlae writ/ to yJt '1i.
q during the day for those who desiredto suffer,w*ssy that there Is ao trouble of this TNI MEW MIMI IWIM' MACNIII CIMPAI1
use it for power. kind that ......'.. will.not Immediately..- .t Oranaa., NOW OPEN ",
The vantages'of a' waterworks ll,...and finally; curve flEOr\dE A.pKLANDO. BA KE udlses. 01 .., -
r system to the town are manifold and \ quality but the Mew __eta mad. toOur war y
4 will be discussed later if the city fa BCNEDICTA .u .ur sever rues Out.11.Id '
there should see fit to call a bonding Is'prepared carefully and scientifically, and FLORIDA. by l dealers -17. :

election In the meantime the property with the eonseloniness of the reeponitbilltyof POll wa I. C. ,i$
% owners of the town should think glflag to offering women a resoedj; that : Stanford Carson Graves Hdw. H. STANFORD CO.. ,
the matter over and meet with the will not only: be beneflele..but also harmlessIa.ffects 1 pj'
Council at the next regular meeting no matter what may be the conOttlon Osceola County ,Co. Kissimm, Fla. P**>P *ff a &f SSBSS! St&t S9fEKSSSSSSSGSiSSff .,. ,;. ,:
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when the matter will come and discuss of the woman taking. ', < ;
with them' the .-advisability. of It Is sold at 11.00 per botU., by :-
4 .calling such an election.' Abstract . BARGAINS AT CASH f

? LISTEN' ,Roterson's' ,Pharmacy, J Companys. 'SSEE : STORE ;I ,t

t'I., and suffer remember from pain that-the caused next' by time damp'you .KUSIMMBB.,FLA. . H. BULi.OCK ANAOfR.Real . ..a.esparlty.adrell' Calico, 80 per,,yd,;; Pictures, and Picture Frames, 26otoSfic.
.ther-wbeo your, bead 'nearly : I.a;cbyth: : ... tilieJLawn! 40 In. wide, 15o p"ryd. .
estate j ..
bursts from neuralgia- Ballard's: i eel_ ... .
try co.a4e.reIathem Lace 64 In; wide, worth 20or sells
::4 Snow Liniment. It will cure you. 'A I Titles examined and reported hem ___ Spool Thread at 4o.
prominent business ,man of' Taxes paid for non-residents they; 15o."f, ; > ,
Hempstead tkey kattw Ladies'' .
Texas- writes: "1 have used' InstrumenUi dswnCorrespondence"relating to' real estate' ,ca>DoII.ncieep i be relied.p--. ;;;Caslniere Punt, worth ,,'Zo50. sell Union Suits at 100. ", .
a four liniment. Previous to using It carefully suet with atH.70:! Good Ijoor) .Lock with twb,keys,20oa ; ''J;
a great sufferer from rheumatism .
and neuralgia. I am pleased to J) 'Solicited.r .:.;r..Coat bJ' Pin Strip| I'antll'worth 41.AO, tell at Nice I Suits, .Clotheslwortti '14 !at 810Onecallon '''''
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+ sajr that sow. I am free from these !
.1.00- >.'i .. . ,
.i complaints. 1 am sure I 'owe this to /, s'Sttutwarutyha.flb : H Coffee Pots go at 16o.; : ,,
Jeans Pants. :;worth *l5t sell at
liniment, Sold b Roberson's ,- Nofies "
:your ..; '
New Dress Goods ,
froml5 25o
1Aiu '1.86 to ,
PhanD& J... << rote < ,
JACK DIAMOND Pure S. 'C. Brown Leghorn e..a'lo . -
.Y.ttltef.elrpbMsaTry -
sale cheap. Fifty cents per dox. .
..Wanted.Sandhill T...y. FARR Pe< .t.. Cranes, Otters, Wood JEWELLERAnd .. ,. . -.-,*-" - Bargains; in Shoes. Ys:
Fox Subscriptions' '01"'. the Atlanta : the new barber' ..hop.Jlte'7* '
and Big Bicycle Slop "
.. .id.' Dr. << figFrench.High Repair Journal, loll or semi-weekly. takenat I thing roew and. -o-date. Sharp ra- Every Day" In ,tlie Week. :

99aebinaton, D. a.feW in.Sft Next to Sunny South Stitble. this office., .? ,|f sors clean towels, .first-class. servlos' > ..

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11 I Our line Is the larg- ftFurniture. f ,. ..' Most Complete Line of r Christmas Crockery

'. bst best and prettiest 'I' I

ever In 'Kisslmince, and a Ever Displayed] in Kissimmee. .

are MARKED'.LOW.1cea Rockers of all kinds, I

Book Cases Side 'Boards/' We have a 'beautiful assortment'. "
Fancy Silver Pieces Vases, Cups and
China ClosetsDining i i Saucers, Cake Plate Berry. and Water
Set. Salad OI.hes.'tA). Dont. fall toe
9t Chairs Oak Suites iron t.nem.. '

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Beds and Bed Springs FOR THE CHILDREN'We '

: have a complete line of Doll. Doll w aI
We Carry a Full Line Carriages Rocking Horses Drums

Balls Air Guns, Express W aeons. BIG1INE
OF b and 10 CENT:;! TOYS.

t I A SpendldLlneof Rugs mid, Matting nt Moat Y

., Everything must be sold Regardless .t .
Reasonable Pclccs. of Cost. Nothing to be carried o ve. -t' ,sk


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4.j Klsslmmee Valley Gazette I'I'v" Good .i.eond hand watches at. very'' Joy suit. ut Cash 'Ttore. Let's bave..wat.erworkll. Just received, at. the. Home store, a
e I. low J. H.HKDMTT.Leave I beautiful. assortment. of extension
Dwellings, for rent. ,, apply to 'M.: 6 or 6'do"es of "006" wlll.cure any I'dining tables. In oak.-both round and 'iTHEKissimmee. --
Tiller. I
packages for the White Star. case of Chills and Fever Cold or. La. Call and them whether
%.. : TEIKPHONK NO. 11. Laundry:. wltt Quinn Edmondson .7t.. 1 njrer soil Midget watches C2.00 atKstz's. I grippe. you square.want one or not.see Drug Co.

Quinn Edmoodson will call and ge juln Edraonaon will call for your Re '. Father Fo/ of Orlando will\ .
4: ,.":,PUBLJSHEDUEVERY FRIDAYBY I your packages for the. .Whits Star Hon. And .)Ir.. C. A. Carson attended laundrv. Please have the change for come to Klsslmmee Bund" afternoon. v A
''. : I Laundrv. 47-tf the funeral of Senator W, J. BrpanIn biro on delivery\ of the same. lt> March 29t.b on .811.: Will have tn-

"("\:-;:A. M/. B. MAFF Catharlo Granules for.Constipation, Van 'Aroburg' big; circus will be 10 stand. Service by a tonsonlal artist services at 7 p. m: and say mass on FOR YOU. .
;. Toroid Liver and TlilllouRness. 61-tf town tomorrow and the email boys ... conversant with. all the latest fads labarberln Monday morning at. 6 o'clock In the ,,
';. WEATHKR RKPORT.tmprt well a* Home of the grownups, are tf'. Chanel the home of Mrs A. Tress
.',, ; Owing to the late arlval of her; on, the, qul vlve 01' elpeet.ano. ,. : :' Knight first. II N, We carry the largest and
\ ; Will ,
'r* for k cndln Tbar MI1l1ner'lroo Mist Bandy will not Dr. J. W. Simpson returned this Capt; mate moat varied '''stock of our.line :
JI..b 26 1... FOR SALE-Row boat In good condition Bratton, Raymond LanIer Wade .
have a formal Opening this Spring. morning front Jacksonville where be
recently overhauled and of the 'town. : ,
Lanier and 8. C. Mitchell r- ,.Lt
She Is now read to receive customersand attended the funeral Senator W, J.
.,... Will dell for dollars
painted. seven
>>...- ;lflm show them her new shapes and Bryan United States Dredgeboat Kissimmee We' : "
fait oa.rt.-Q. carry none but"tb
cast without M.. Bum A IN, which has recently been at work: In
- styles. I M..... J. L. MoOn received telegram Syrup of White Pine and Tar I. a Istopoga Creek returned. home yesterdays : freshest and purest of drugs

.......p--a. r.t' Mr Daniel Fleming and Mr. and. I yesterday. announcing the serious Illness remedy .t.hat..111 positively carecough work having .been discontinuedfor I at all times. .
e-.tar . 79 M Mrs. Jas. A. Llnscott. of Athenn : of both hsr sisters at Mlcanopy;' and colds. For tale at KIs- the present on ,account of low :
ssa. . .:::: : 77 Ohio who have beea spending t.hiwinter and left on the noon train for that strainee Drug Co. ... .,81tfRev. water. I Your prescription are filled .
.wda.. W 611Wt here with the family of Judge plaoe. C.' M. Bri..aln.wl1l preach for by a Graduate in
,. . M Mr. Frank Wadworth. and his : Pharmacy
L. A. Minx, left for their- home! last I
w-'a..d.y, ....,... : .. .W SO .20 Monday. The Stetson Unlyerslty. Glee Club>> last. time at Baptist. church next. Sunday mother of Eastport Me., spent a day besides five years'actual. ex.
.' ThomUr ,11I hustler will appear at the Opera House next ,' and desires, to see as many of or so here this week: with Mr. and parlance
wood In
every March 3Otb under .-members .. can cone at
I Monday evening, present Mrs. R. D. Fuller, who are old friend
town to sell our perfect water filter, of the \ both .....Iec!.. Doesn't '
S1.60 the auspices Village Improvement of theirs. Mr. Fuller carried them . -this mean some,.
retailing from to 48.00, 100
I profit to agents, exclusive terri percent Society, --,_ We neglected to state In our notice down to Winter Haven on Tuesday to thing ?
TTUtorney: P. A. VanllApew.i who of tbe sale of Tbe Klsslmmee Drug show them Lake-ilde-Oroves, where
tor,.Seneca Filter Co. Seneca Mo.
March 20tb, 1 '" was a warm personal friend of the late Co, last week that. Dr. Hicks will still be now has over a hundred ..acre of We carry sufficient! help, to,

: I -THE LOCAL flELD. ]! Mr. Fred Harvey mo. and Miss Bessie Senator W. J. Brian, attended the retain his office and .headquarter* citrus.fruits planted.. deliver :your packages within.' :1
with the firm.
funeral of the latterin Jacksonvilleon.Wednesday new ,
Lawson two of. Oeceola's most. popular Presiding Elder.8. W. Lawler arrived a. few, moments after the pur-
t'I I teachers left Tuesday on the Have your eyes examined free of in town yesterday and conducted chil: ee. This. .is not idle
The Lrceum Committee e I* certainlyto charge at the Klsslmmee Drug Co. bya the
noon train for Del. and. where they the prayer meetingservice at boasting, but we want .
will taktacourse\ in .the John B. be commended in making the Glee specialist from'A.. Kr Hawk* At- Methodist church last. night.. Mr. you*,,,
.. Orlando. Club Concert number in the course.No 1 house. Herethree days and business and we know we,the TQn Stetson University of that place. optical Lawler will remain over Sunday _ _
the outside attraction for a number of March 27, 28, and 30th. 4 will preach at the Methodist-church can please;: '
The ladles of Episcopal church
: For BIcTcles, 'Shsi years ha so well ent.en.1Dedita.._
bargera60r Any'matting' purchased from us, morning aad evening on that-day.
assisted by the orchestra, will hold a
1.' '
t;. Cut prices on woolen goods at.Stanford April 24th. Refreshments will be ,The people of 'Kllli'mmee are Invited per yard or more will be laid free Monday morning at 9 o'clock.. .
J Co.. ;. served during the evening. Everybody by Mr. and Mr. Harry W. of charge, in any house within the Some of the"first fruit of the laborof /1CISSIIIIIee, Dreg Co. ;t'

Have secured IIK>8 tag forlour cordially 1 invited to attend. Thurman to c..U.t the Graystone. cltv limits.This Is guaranteed' ., by theV.-I., S. are to be. noticed at .. ..
: ? you hotel next Wednesday from 2 to. 6 the Home Store. :
.Leonard William marshal of the R. R. depot, wheregang of men .
dog VL Lougbman deputy sheriff and deputy and from 8 to 10 p. m. and Inspect the Messrs. K. L- Lesley and Rull Bass are engaged .'.'t.b. rail road'......expense rClitainee( : Fla;,
.; Mr Leo Wolfe bas purchased an.utomoblle. registration officer of Polk county, new hotel. Tbe Klsslmmee Orchestra returned from the range early yesterday in cleaning up debris and
'.. and general confidential agent of the will discourses-- weet, music In the morning with a carload of beef- leveling off the.aroumulatlon. of coal- .
Y. The Fay Stocking for children and Everglade Cypress Lumber Comdany, evening. cattle, which the latter bad purchased ashes which was on the track The .
,, ladles at Stanford Co. was in town Wednesday in tbe Interest Agents-Wanted.-16x20 crayon portraits from the former sad which '' were, thanks o' 'bis community' due to tbe
for of some of his manifold duties 40 cent, frame 10 cent* and up shipped to Tampa tot market. A. C- L. Railroad for the good example -
/ MJ M., Kale left. Sunday night a ; leased beet each. You : Mrs. C.,' Anderson, who with her in cleanliness shown our
Mr'Jno.; S. Bowen who had pictures' one cent I 1
,, business visit to northern' point, the new Graystone hotel and was to can make 400 i>er cent profit or 138 little child, baa been spending sometime citizens ,Who is the next we can takepleasure
HawkesEye. Speclalfst'.t Kissimmee open it a* soon as completedwas per week. Catalogue and samplesfree. here with' her aunt. Mrs. Breaker in praitlng. \ID.ROTUNDOIFancy [
Drug; Co.'March 27, 28,* and ?0.ft forced'to Rive. up hilt Frank W..William* Company,. has returned' to. her borne In Charleston. Mr..Jc D, DOt.IOD. recently. returned .
A doses of "606" will cure any lease on account. of Illness, and \left 1208 W. Taylor St Chicago 111. S. O.. She was delighted with from Guadalajara,' Mexico ,
case or of Chills and Fever, Cold or La- last week for.3uwanne Springs. to C The Gray atone Hotel will open tomorrow '. our t.own. and I'*ay* .she/will' come where be 1 I. engaged In the mining
"grippe. tr)''&bd regain hi* health. for !the reception of guest' agate< business-has moved hi* family to ,
The Ladles of the Village\ Improvement and on next" Wednesday from FOR HALE-Several thoroughbred' Klsslmmee. and has temporarily .en* -
. Mr. S. B. Story Is out again after. Society are inaugurating a crusade 2 to oVand j.8 to .10 e'clock, registered young Jersey bulls. These gaged room with ]I..*.; Russell in Grp'F
"" a Mvetf-e attack of Mumps, complicated ! for a clean town. Each citizen Mr. .and Mr.. Thurman will bulls are from the famous Miller & North Klsslmmee. Mr.' Dotson had and Family'
,; Vlih malarial fever. can materially assist. them In their bold a formal reception to tbe 'peopleof Sibley Jersey slock., Price very low been stopping In' learningof 'ceries. +
;"Sueslne slllcs" so extensively ad-. work by seeing that his premises are Klsslmmee when all the citizens of account' surplus of bulls.. Address our excellent High; school came
..,. in all the leading perlqdr kept scrupulously clean and all unsightly the town are cordially Invited to call 'UNITED LAND Co., here In order to give his children the .
; ,*" .... '
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.' teals on sale at Kate's. objects removed.- and inspect. the new hotel and its up. Kissimmee; Fla. advantages of that Institution. The I J
.: r Mr. C. W. Griffin returned home to-date furnishings." ''We handle the celebrated Brenlln Valley Gazette I* pleased to welcome

"- 1 t.', A rood rain fell here much Tuesday brightened afternoon . Saturday, nl bt.'Irom a business tripto The program to be' given 'by ,theUniversity .1, window-shades fitted with genuine Mr Dotson.and family to 'our, townant Fresh Fruits, Nuts ands' ..
which has very
y Hartshorn rollers and will ,tell for school ,.
.' the lower Kant. Coast.. While away Glee Club 'atthe opera '
.the spring crop pro.pee"dr. Mr. Orlmn .hUed. Miami.and tooka bouse next Monday night will co.sisy reasonable prices and put them'' up We are Informed that the Ladles fix Confectioneries
** ) E. G. Vans Agnew was down trip't.b. newly.built' extensionto of double quartette numbers,: quartette free of charge anywhere within the vestimating Committee of the V.,,I:;$. l
from Or.Jando0 spend Sunday with. Kniffhts Key which"is within four numbers, solos and a very-amusing I city limit:"' gall' .at.the Home Store have demanded of CoK; Van' ,' '4-
hi* brother: and s eterF hours, by boat of Key West. sketch, entitled "A Pair of Lunation and see them. attorney for the Society. that. Awne.1 f

, Mr.-and- Mr.*. J.. K. Bingletartcame The Opera House should be Tilled to ." Tbe program will be full of 1 If you' need anything In, .Winter : quest j those parties who have used tbe {I Full Line Canned Good,.
from, Loughman and spent overflowing next. Monday evening. I entertainment- young and. old. Good you save from 26 toCO.. percent lead In front of certain window asa '
',' Sunday up with town. Besides witnessing one of, _the, beat : Proceeds go to the Village Improvement at Stanford Co. dumping ground for sundry sodawater Clears andobac'co: :
of the entertainments of the season,'you will Society, Don't fall to attend. Judge ..n)11'- *. 'L. A. Minx, and bottles cracked $pitchers, cheese-
., A beautiful assortment Valenciennes'aaoesFilet : at. be contributing to a fund to be used Don't fall to attend'. the\,entertainment their guests Mr. and Mrs.LinscoU and rind's etc. ,that, they remove these ,mss
Clunj- KATZ'S. by the Village Improvement society.; In bt>> the Stetson Unlrersitv Glee Mr. Daniel t+'lemng-returned Saturday menaces, to the moral of our youthsforthwith
Improving and beautifying. our' town.( Club at the Opera House next Monday night. from a pleasant: outingat or call down upon them
iy ;,c'. Florsbelm' SB- Patent Oxfords are The announcement of Mayor T. .M. etentnr. The ladle of the Village Bradentown. where they chartered selves the wrath, of an outraged com Goods are All Fresh 'and
+ ;: the correct thing asto style, comfort, Murphy appears in this Issue as a Improvement.Society. bave secured this a large launch and spent three' day munity.. ,Well done Ladies) .lAthe Prices Low.rdfcdl .
.,' :>>,:'etc. Jfound at H. C. Stanford. Co. candidate for re-election to that. office. entertainment to raise fund with bruising around in the Gulf of Mexico good work continue.
-"..only.v. tor of r, returning each night to their hovel In
Mayor Murphy ha made one the which to carry on tbe Improvement
hrst-class work patronize the best executives the town has ever had Inaugurated by the society. Come that. city. On their excursions they TIle Graystone to Open., .
;,White Star Laundry.' Quinn Edmond. and the fact that be will be elected out-. and show your appreciation of Visited, Kgmont Key Tampa and other .
son will call for and deliver! your without opposition i* a deserved !their efforts to make our town more, place of Interest. '. 'Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Thul'manbaye

..., 47.tfanti. tribute to his excllent. administration.. attractIT > 6 or 6 dose of "66ft'1 will cure any and tomorrow moved into will the fling GravMone wide Its Hotel portal -,<*., *jfluAi.BuAuAt.M. .

anted,-TbWe room and kitchen FOR SALB- good young milk cow Mr., R.'- T; Butler; owner of' the case of Chills and Fever, Cold or La- for>> the reception ot guest. .
': ;' house. April to October. Uow'raucbmonthly fresh with first calf. City barbershop, Is preparing to move I grippe. The Graystoa Is strictly a modern TILLER. 't,
.>::: ? No kid. Address F. W. P. P. OUTLAW.Capt the shop to the room recently used.. a Mr. 0; Crawford, of lx>uslana; up-to-date hotel In all Its appoint
.;14-.Knter..Fort. : Dad*. Fla; ,18-h and Mr. Alfred Dopegan. bowling alley-n hie brick building be wa here last week prospecting' for menu and will prove an sttractiyi.! Real Estate Atency. '
,. Mr.'JV111 Moseley came down from left. for their borne In Indiana on I I. fixing up neatly for this a large body .of timber for sawmillpurposes. and comfortable place ,at: which to i. '

Goth. and spent a few day. In town Tuesday, after -s> pleasant visit of purpose, and is putting In bath room ., H. was taken In tow by stop.. . _' .. u ,
'this week looking after \bl* father' several weeks with relatives here. which will prove. great convenience.Mr. Mr' J l; M. Willion.'Jr.' with whom be ' t.j t.
grove near Billiard Island.'' Capt. and M....-. Donegan both. still Butler. will retain the services of bad been in 'correspondence--'._ and ". Picture..-..As never before seen 'in Realty: bought and sold.'
V FOR SALE -I have for sale six good retain warm place in their heart Henry Fearnalde the capable barber. driven down to the Lanier settlement, the city 'Genuine water-color. pa*. Houses rented.. .. .
.;r<:J!horses which must-be disposed* of, for Klsslmmee, and It I i. altogether whom be now employs and will also where four days were spent looking ,;. tel, aDd"an1lt. signed etchings. 'Taxes paid and Titles ver.
J.nd will go at.a sacrifice.Capt. .- within the bound of possibility that secure another man and' run..." 'c two- over,the fine timber landsIn that sec mounted. in styles, ,anA j ified for non-residents. t
Jt WJ.fltLER. they wtll return to Florida. live in chair tion.'. 'Mr. Crawford represents a Chicago framed with strictly first-class :material z
F j1 .. .. C. Mallug spent Wednesday theno distant,future. If In need of glasses; dOIl't:'t.if to : lumber firm with large: means, ',: and workmanship. These are Fire, Life and :,}Accident rnt t .. .
; 4 7 In Orlando' having for visit Send collar cuff and i shirtsto have your eyes examined the Klsslmmee and expressed: himself a* pleased with ;. not cheap trashy stuff., For sale, at surance. -ilJ
gone up your
.1 -'Tto Mr.:Y.'*; Hill who 1* confined in the White Star k..uDdr)'. Quinn Drug Cost March" 27. 28.. and his Investigations.The . the Home Store.Alice . I Indemnity Bonds. t,. i

;:y;;.,;.the btoepltal la that. city, and whom beef Edmondson will call for ;your, packages 30., j concert given Saturday even* It......,'. Weddlucwas Ar....._"! ...... wl...ti.
1'' : ; "iporu somewhat. ,Improved. will notify him.* ;f7-:'" Mr. and Mrs, O. F. Edward* and trig bv the University Glee Club was a something to' be reooreed In' the -w f
": Our spring book of Sample for Mayor' T, \M. Mar pay returned little son, wbo"b..e, been 'spending complete olos. duets and, quartettes ooqualifed.access.and Club) selections annals of hiltor,.- Herblne ha been .-_*- '- ,_.
winter her left. Wednesday giTS.
the *,
pens made to measure garment i* Tuesday from Oreen Springs where harmonsous acknowledged the greatest. of liver .
'; ep1et.e with all the new thing, come. be had been pending a >cot' pie of .111.rnMr.for their- Mrs.Edwards h me In have, and were skilled rendered manner.a No -one* ,, regulator. 'A for- bilious \ DROUGHT '&?
selection. Moeflt of hi health.
and a rood week for tbe *
.rlJ get chill
headache, constipation
'.. been occupying room with ..Mrs.Taunan ;present hesitate to reeominend. tbeGlee I ,, ,
KAT. to the the '
::' Before going Spring and all- llveroomplsiots.J. . ,
In Worth Klsslmme and were Club.* one of the most. entertaining , fever :
Frank Crew, who has been ,111 for Mayor bad rheumatism, .0' bad be with, their .here;: attractions before the public .-C,-Smith.Little Rook, Ark. write; \ -
y. P'" uebasbeeuattedfrom Cow Creek could only walk: with. discarded-how the use of highly During pleased their ,visit they stay...._made I this -'season.-DeLand Mews. At "Herblne la the greatest liver medicine A, >ountlng. Work of 'all kinds'dooe f: .A '\',v,'
Clerk&. L. crutches. TheM, be '' .... j
,friends'W'K1.siwmee.. I House next Monday evening known. Have used" (lor years.It ...,.,. .
e,'. fine,, grapefruit grove, and ever in a few daye after reaching the many who hope w.rm. to see. them back: next lander auspices of the :Village Improvement doe the worlSold; ,.. ,by lloberson' ,COlleot.loiiJliw.T.pal4. ) ;. :, -
time here \' springs, and returned .home-fully re i # : .. .. '
spend some upe..t.- --- Society. Pharmacy;. cUIDODI!: .rtOIIIDI ,
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IOOVE-UIUOfUIIUCCKSOi E I tion save by wearing It. old clothes

"" General Demand this year? oaks tie hew" York EvenIng -
)J..>ejlldr **a afford t. a.. U>. r.14kln
. 1'oHr Ixwk | WeU-Informed. Post The report of the 'Census
...'",J..t a*..h*..p.. roc" sal. ,. byRandall of the the Worjd ha I 'chaws
of Manufactures that
)1'1'. h.h, noo... always been for', a simple, ploaaant and 1 f for 1905 Q71C1r
B ros. 0,4 811"d.. the factory product of men's nothing ;'
'i A .A N fA.GA, ( efficient liquid laxative remedy of known} 1I for the year was valued at J355-' rurlouf

value; a 1 u.tiVtl.hlc!. physicians could I 796,611.. One-third of .Ibis "or considerably

sanctlotf for familytats booauM Its com1 leN than oae third on the

Local DEPUTY Wanted 1 ponnnt\! part.. are knonn' to them (o be I rnf basis of' retail prices, would more

onKATEST Protective and Beneflclat. I' wltoleaotna; .; and truly beneficial in effect, I c than equal the 'entlre'''balance! of trade .
Order .verttarted.. Over O.Ouo roenv !' in's favor for tbe mouth tAll
bers. Both men. and women. Help set< acceptable to tho! system and gentle, yet I of December.
lean A!* ori'OHTUNiTiim with other ;,
people. IIHIMUIt SVAOIY., LI.:!al TOII.f prompt! In ju-tion. ] New York Clty.The over waist The blouse Is made with the,tacked '- Abyssinian male children oiell'""J, '

and. NO IM"RACK ROVKI) maCIUMlNATION.> coxfinrioxiw sreneraflr $100 !j'. Jn:;:sup, /ins tbJt: "mand with )u ex with wide sleeves In Japanese style portions, the sleeves and the surplice Helped Him, twelve' must go to school. The State ,;1,

.t death..'. ; Ml to each mAle member ate ccllcnt combination; of Syrup of Figs and 1s an unquestioned favorite, and this portions, all of'which are joined to a*' ,. A;; phillC1an': put wet was sent fof provides the education and Is build"l, :
wlf :
death UO' at child'*; MANY design Isi ono'ef to fiUvui a-small who 111.
OTHEIVJliCNKFITR. :r.ember.hlp, open fifxir of Senn":, the California ]Fig Syrup the latest and prettiest foundation girdle over which the I boy was Ing niauy schools. ., '_
.e all honorable '.He left a prescription and went away. t
people allk. l.RADIIVQ Co proceodyalong ethical lino and relies draped one is arranged.The I ---- .
DKPUTIRII Returning a few days later ho
s, WANTED IN BACH OOAMTV. quantity of material required i The' University ot Part 'la lop '.
of tho
the merit iU remarkable
on found the boy. better, ,'
Work after hour LIBERAL PAY for he medium size Is two: and one- : years.old. and antedates Oxford 8tu; ''-
AND PLKASANT WORK Write "Yes doctor" said the boy's moth "
eucceui. I quarter yards much to'
one for full pa.rtlouhu."Io.'nll'. lOeor twenty-one? two yards : dents from Paris contributed
I, ( po>tar.. Th. .....u nnANn f.onnK, That It one of 'many reasons why I! twenty-seven or one' Tard forty-four i er "the prescription dfd him a world) the early progress, ot the English f
ITS 1-"'.V BLUM. IIAYTON, OHIO.Ullllou ot good. I left l It beside him, where
-.......'_. I Syrup of figs and Elixir of Senna I* given < Inches wide three-quarter yard of : University! .'
he could bold It In his hand'most
Itollar Grass.Mo the by. the Well-Informed. bias velvet, three and one-hatt yardsof '- ?
I preference '
: of ibo time, and he can almost*read
applique aeven-elghth of length
yard lace ot Tar
Tho a peeress' train *
1. t remarkable grass of thecentury.. TO lie beneficial effects alloys buy '
get for'IUfpllce''' It new. You didn't mean fOr him
Good for three f portions to make as Il les with her rank. A duchess, mayhave .'i
On Iowa, farmer on JUO annually.sold y-3,. ,, the gonuino- manufactured by the Call. I lustrated.. to swallow the ,paper, did* you,, die-. her ''train ''three yards long a '

t 800.00 worth of seed and had 300 ton of ,| fornia Tig Syrup Co., only, and, for arts ji-I tort"Harper's." Weekly.. marchioness .two'and one-half yard .1

'y bay beside, It ii Immeneo, Do try. it. by all leading druggUU. ?Price fifty! cent., Model, I while countesses are limited to two

,v FOB lUO AND Till :KOTICB bottle. Ilasqne STArs or Onto, Crrr or TOI.KOO,'! ,.. yards. -JCS
end'to the John A. Salter Seed Co., I.* I per 'No matter what form the blouse or LVCAI Covair I.
t, Crowe Win., to pay postage etc. andy the waist may, lake, a perfect FHAXK ,J. CHEXCY; : make oath that he I I.,, -
they will. mail you the only original seed ; J3etter ''a day wprker than a day lining Is the first. fitting senior.partner of the him of F.J.<':II&. t\; A A Sunday-school OI teacher bad been '
catalog publnhed in America with sample I dreamer. a n. i sal ti, 1S essential to Its suc' Co., doing buaints m the City; of Toledo.' telling ,her class the story ot theGood '
i of Uillion, Dollar Urau. Macaroni I cess. Here Is one which U would be County and state aforesaid and that saidlinnwill
.Wheat, the sly mixer mixer tiainfoin the well for thesumof ova DorLABI Samaritan When she rasped
every woman to possess, and psy HUMORED /
Itch cured in ,
30 minute Wooford'sSanitary )
,dry soil luxunator Victoria by for and what the meant & little
Hope the 2Oc which can be utilized each every case of CAT AURIC them story
if a ton 'food bilver Lotion. Jv'ever fail*. At. druggets. In a number of that cannot be cured the of IiALL'SCATAaUII
grern producer\ Kmg I by us boy said, "It means that when ,I am '
a Barley yielding. 173: bu. {fir acre, etc., etc., Some ; -; ways. It can be made closed at the (,,'111111:. Ys ACEJ.'nacar.: ...
act rentes. look in trouble toy neighbors must help
upon matrimonya ;
U.And front or at. the back It can be made Sworn to before me and subscribed in my ; ,
', if you send lee we will add a package a sort of progressive game. / with blgh neck or low round presence this 6th day of December. A. 1 U.,' me."
or or
,., of net farm teed never before. seen'by '' few. A. Y/. ULEASO.X.SEAL. : .
you. John A, Salter Seed' Co., La .3.: n. O..SII' #o..*. of Atlanta, Cla. square neck and It can be cut off at (( .) Notary 1'ubhe. River' *the !
arej is most
Crosse, \V... A. C. I.. tin, only suoeessful. Dropsy" Bpeolallst* in the Jt the waist line or finished In either Hall's t"rel.t.lcenlnt"l'DaUY.D4.cla The Congo won
:, t w v 9 world. He their liberal offer In advertise r round or pointed outline below the directly on the blood and mucous surfaces derful waterway In the world It
m.GtII another oolumn of j of the s>tem. bead for testimonial, Is twentyflvemiles' across in 'part ;
: tots'of people look easy until you thlt paper. waist. To use It to the greatest advantage '
fr... K. J. Cne; car & (o.,Toledo U. vessels another
!rw try, todo them. I It should be cut and exactly Sold by all Drucgiiti.: 76('. so that may pass one
Multiplying her words seldom add fitted to the figure then reserved for Take Hall's Family Pill for oonitipalion. and yet be out of sight. It baa twice

to a .woman's popularity. i 1 future use as It makes a foundation the extent ot the navigable waters 'ot '

HAD ECZEMA' III YEARS.Mr I from which all others can be cut and HAPPY THOUGHT. Mississippi., :! f
0;' *. Thomas Thompson of A SPLENDID will render all future dressmaking -
Clarksville JDOFFKK.Ioxlanne a-
4; Oa.. writ**, und.r date. of April ( comparatively simple matter. Thereare Mrs. Knlcker-Henry, why did you An owl (low out of a burning chin:
nffetwl 16 with, tormenting osema Possesses leave your shoes on the stairs last }
yean ; Fine
that have .
Superior appeared. It gives an at Coverach Cornwall Eiigland.
I'. had the beet doctor to prescribe; but notb. Flavor double darts and both side back night? ney r
las did me sty good untU I got TITTSBI Quality, and Perfect Purity. exceedingly elegant and somewhat and u nd dp-arm gores. The sleeves Knlcker but with its feathers on Bra, and perched ,,9
." It cured me. I am so thankful." elaborate effect yet In reality It very are of the .latest cut and shape and (dazed Inspired)-English on a hayrack near at hand. The result -,
Thousands of others can testify to etmtlar.ores : We are pleased to call the attention of simple, as Is made evident the cusbtom, m'dear; left 'em to be that rack, '
by can be cut In desired was the was completelydestroyed
our to the splendid merit of off any length
Tn.I.a I. sold by druggist or blacked.-Puck.OKEI .
Luziannic: OomE: : put by that enterprising and several stacks of straw '
[ cant b)' mall for' 6Jc: !. by J. T. 8UtllrT.I.. up --
A Savannah, Oa, firm the KEII.T-TAYL/OH Co., of had a narrow
: l N..w OrleatM. Thia coffee. i* of fine flavor' I, DON'T THAT CORY: HURT escap.e.
t.. .erperior'; quality and perfect punt It i* Stop the pain and get rid of the corn
No man can tblnk''we1l of himself blended and prepared, according; to the quickly and permanently. ABBOTT'I BAIT I.. Mrs. Elizabeth Smith-Miller and

"who does not think well of others methods for more employed than hfty by yean the beat, end Creole when cooks you DUN coax Palsy will remove any corn, bunIon Colonel Thomas Wentworth lllggln-'
(;: drink LUZIAKNB. )'ou.or8 drinking a coffee or oallou spot without cutting burnIng son are now the only survivor of theeightynine
that ha. made Near. Orlean famous the I or "eating the flesh ,and leave no persons who signed the
Onlr One "Bromo Quinine" world over. Whet make this the beat \ l soreness afterwards. Applied with a brunch; call for the first national woman's -
That, is Lkcatlre Bromo uinine. Look coffee for the family of moderate. means. u - - mighty little trouble. 25o. at druggliiti or by convention which held In
for' the signature! of E. W. Urov Used the the fact that it ha twice the strength at rights was
t, mall from TBS AOOOTT Co., Savannah, da.An ''Worcester Massachusetts In 1811 O.
World over to Cure a Cold in On Pay. 2So.It's : ordinary coffee, requiring only halt the
usual quantity in the making, and its price -- I

is i very moderate indeed; considering, its Irish Answer. In addition to the two million ton
better to work for nothing than
quality it i Is the molt economical of any on
to play a losing game.Froo.Curo the market. "Secretary Cortelyou ,was discussing beet sugar crop that Germany produces -'
I..tJZiAHM has a tremendous- sale throughout ." said a Now York broker, "a it Is stated by our own U. 8.. '
t the South. More than fifty order for I question of finance during the panic.. Department of Agriculture that Germany ."
carload lot,-, averaging 30,000( Ib*. each
;. for .Rhoumatfam ,, have been filled within the put year. I. 1 A" He broke off to tell a story. also produces 20,000 ton ot
t1I .. ,. ,: Bono.'' Pain fr"i | Coffee being the- most important article r "11e said he wag reminded of tho honey, or about one pound 6f honey. }
and Eczema of food on the breakfast table, it is well Irish farmer on the way to the cattltt for every hundred pounds of sugar.
to have the very best to be obt. lned. That -'.'
Botanicblod 11a1 le> 4 crier ol KheumxUm. ban puns, ewolUn '' / "Where IllS FIRST HARD JO1YT.Ho .
plendid and antmfymg! brand. : are you going, my man?
I ,.....,1.. and loin.., be ".".,In. the blood .
i Th........... nf rows eared b.. B B B. .f,.. I NotwitliHtandinR Its high grade quality.* lr, / rr aid an English tourist, stopping this -
all other ,re.tmi.i vert many beautifulpresent are (liven away to , I /1 ( 11 agriculturist Loses a Iforee-What That
lane .bottle di: tic f:0: :: : purchacra of this. splendid coffee .imply to / / I / : '
.,' free br vritlni Blood B.lm Co. Atlanta Ca. tell you all ftlmut it. ''''i ill i/ was the answer ': -
I Alwav call for LUZIAKHN when you 1' ii: r "The Englishman looked 'I've had a number. of surprising
-- apprav'ingly
I q buy coffee. things happen to me' In the courseof
pP i4 at tbe heifers the other wu
MADE driving. my life said ;n man of mature,
are not alwayi on the level. f, /. "' years, of many experiences and now
And how much do you expect t>>
FOR, Some of the charity. that begins "at"that get for your beasts at \VatorforJ ot large wealth, "but none that comes
e t ,. ; : back to me more vividly than the
\ SERVICE + 'fair 7* be asked
., 11 first of all that happened to me when '
I)ry Hacking Cough S. "'sure, an* If I get 4:8 a bead I -
a\ and was Quito a small boy.
guaranteedabsolutely needs attention. /:( 4- shan't do said the
Ask your druggist. I badly, Irishman. 'I'd just got my first Job as a, boy r
I Brown's Bronchial Troches which "Ah that's of .
; a sample your country
WATERPROOF ... In a grocery store and one of the
will '
quickly relieve the , '
cough +
said the
Englishman ;
E s "i nTfViftn -'"1i.[ 'BflMhit! \ Mllrik,,'",JSw) I X1.7 severely various things I did there was to
Take those heifers J. Knglamr andyou'd
to :
r l. it iti1"i ,
drive the
",. Some men ate like gas meter;:I.they ''I, wagon delivering the goods.
aue .c14 head for them."The .
Just lying.! '" ., average a I used to go around to the barn
ca.n't'help 'I"// '/ 1'vt ; I-; '
OILED SUITS.:SUCKERS ; j." ;' 6'A : ttf .t; ; Irishman laughed where we kept the horse and hook
I AND HATS .1J\, ;:; "\ i) diat ;I,-. ".'Just BO, yer Honor,*, he said 'and him 'up 'morning 'and drjv him'

t 1jOmte\t: glwront.edtyal REMARKABLE MAN. I If'yez' wero to take the JAke of Kll- around to .
i ,, .. the store and when i.
Ll9 bIo. .1'ISlatie3 . 1. Iq 1 larney to purgaihory, yez would g V
J Sllckers'344 Active and Bright Though Almost I !! I guinea n drop.'"'Washington Star.
a l/lyd : !: a, thing why. there he'd stand through: ...
: ''arsrrwsrswsr Centenarian. / I the day. out In front of tho shop., ;

.. _Mir n. 1 I AN ASSUMPTION. "But one afternoon when I' came
tl ....,,. ....r.r.'U.t.' : Shepard Kollock ot 44 Wallace
out ot the store with
St.. Red Bank. N. J.. II a remarkable /1 i ) "' 180 :you have written a book." nil a box under
/ ; / li tt one afro and a basket under. the y
man at the of 98. Miss ,
; age / ' I. Cayenne.
r MOTHER GRAY'S For 40 years he wasa / ill" i"'' l, "Yes," answered tbe authoress.' other to put In the wagon,. the hors,

11 SWEET POWDERS t 7'1,aS victim of kidney /I 1 1,1li' (' ,, I 1 "The publisher are sure I It Is goingto was gone!. ,
t troubles and doctors 1 iJ i' ,lit, I /r tI I create ,an Immediate sensation and Now, you know rye bad ,several p
I. FOR CHILDREN. : said he would neverbe I / I/ i// lit j1e 1 It 1 be a great seller"'In bar) Jolts In the course of my I 11 4;
Owtd.Ca.(or ., 1 ilN ; Il Ill *
:..ti'.S.' S cure!. "1 was try it 1 1'} j//j'i/ Ij 11 11' that case I suppose propriety but dp you know I'doh't think I. 2

o .uJ'FO..o; . ..... ....., log everything" say 1 // 'I /t / ij'' (1' 11 forbids our dltcusslny It any further." ever had a harder one than that.

._.,.....M.. 1. t'Ci..T"" rS.b..J'.P.i.tI.' .. ... Mr. Kollock./: "but ywnrvv" ii It j/ II illyi Washington Star.MATCH. I "You see I :was young, thatv was tv,.
VRKA.: ; i1 first
'f. .
BMvpl mal1/ a Aaaraw.tEZrSlcu back was lame aDd I my Job and my first resporisl- 1
,.' A. OLMSTED. Le Ro .N.Y. weak'and every exertion sent a sharp I i ) s1 billty and everything seemed big'to

Fancy price please the seller more twinge through in*. 1 bad to get up /i ii iii tII t\ ( PLAY. me then; and I'd been entrusted with t
several times Ir / f It iii 1 H "What's bogie at your golf club? the care of a horse and and
than, the ..buyer.COtDS .'. night and the kidney 1 l t'' tI wagon w
1 / 1'% 1 "Nineteen Scotch highballs and
secretions contained a heavy sedi t now I'd lost it. I thought I'd never,

ment. "Recently I began using Doans I ,II iii ijl l i 1 three gin r.1ck.Puck.tUtopy seen the street look so empty j, -* Jth

F cAPu DINECt1RES Kidney Pills, with fine results. They / I 1 I 1 that horse gone It soemed as If everything -*;

have given me entire relief." .. ., J i/r/ ,11 te OLD ACE .was gone; and I Just stood

11'.3 Sold by all dealers. S 0 cents a box. I "j ''/ / ,- Most Likely to Follow Proper! Eating. there In the store door with tholethl'ng.

"n Foster-Mllburn, Co., Buffalo N..Yo / f l t under DIY arms, helpless and
AND GRIPPE r l I As old advances( gazed at where
.;.. After age we require the horse ought to
._.b.e aid Mifni eralsb alas! N. M calling a prisoner down the i 'I less food to replace waste, and food be, stunned by the first bard _shock,
j: ,I .... Me e.4 los.....&100, (loam?' r judge 1* apt. to send him up. that will not q"ertu'the digestive organs that had ever' struck me.

A SCIENTIFIC TREATMENT roil while supplying: true nourishment "But that same minute a man com

Whiskey Habits. I' .. r ing along the sidewalk and who saw
.I cc"] Drugs, Cigarette Tobacco ti Such an Ideal food Is found In me standing there and who knVwhat ,
.10.. : Also NEUn&STBENIA or NERVE EXHAUSTION. Administered Grape-Nuts made of '
1/ ..' whole wheat ; was the matter from something
.. If. 1 'ty. 'Bpealallsts for thirty :Y Ul. Corre.poDdonooool1l1du&l.. .. that and barley by long baking and action that he bad Just seen and from seeingme
L ThO Only Kewfey InstltnM In-Oaonrl*. I mailer sketch Applique la arranged make a perfect foundation .
. 229 Woodward-Ave. ATLANTA OA.Ew t I between the tucks and the front edges for any full ot draped. sort. Silk/: of diastase tD'the barley which say; throwing his thumb- 'back, rover
.. .. ; changes tbe starch Into his shoulder
and between the group., and there Is and cotton linings both are appropriate. sugar.The : lfr---lTfl;
a vest portion which U of lace, but, phosphates also placed tip under 'I Just saw him walking off there, 7

the essential portion of the blouse Is, The quantity of material requiredfor the bran-coat ot the wheat are around that corner.'

as .already stated, simple In tbe ex Included In Grape-Nuts, but left out "And rlf somebody .should 'come ul'Y

treme. 'If lace Is not liked for the of white sour They are necessary In now some day when I was '$500-

The S surplice portions they could be made to the building of brain and nerve 000 short In my engagements and tpll' ,

t cret of the material trimmed or of embroidery cello. me Just where 1 could go to'get.t e' t '
ff '
or of any similar material. '"I harp used GrapeNutswrites money I shouldn't feel so muclv'. '

xf 'Again In place of.the applique couldbe an Iowa man, "for > years and feel as lieved as I did that' day when thl

substituted almost any pretty good and am stronger than I was ten! man told me what" had become of. the..

r... I banding, a. design, executed In sOu- T years ago I arm over 14 years old missing horse.
tache ,or, some pretty embroidery and attend to my business every day. "I hadn't had much experience of

Of /good health la a yell ordered liver. worked!. onto the material. The: girdle "Among my customers I meet a horses then, ,but of 'course I knew/,

NUBIAN TEA brings immediate allows a choice; 01 the width Illustrated man every day who Is 13 years old when the man told me that the horsa

''r or a narrower. one and the and attributes his good health to the hadn't been stolen or run ..wa.f; that ,
relief. Cures
tendency to'Constipation over blouse Is equally well adapted to tbe medium slae U three and one- use of.Oyrape-Nuts find Post urn,.which he'd Just got tired-of standing there

and restores normal conditions.. Pleasant to t take, effective the entire gown and the separate I half yards'twenty-one, or two' yards he, has used for the last 6 year He in front of the store and had start/;. ,

m And leaves none of the bad results of calomel and other Waist thirty-six inches wide., mixes GrapevNuts' with Postnm and to walk back to the barn. And there f '

; 'w violent remedies. 'Proved by the experience of twenty years J says they go fine together. I found him all right. He.had nils -

4o,be''a most valuable liver regulator. 'Thousands testify :Necklace, Fad. Empire Frock. "For rnanjr'years before I began to calculated a little turning from thl :; .

to its efficiency Read following; : 'n.' Jewelers' ar.>showing a ,new i 'Tha new Empire frock to very pret- 'eat Grape-Nuts .I could not say that I 'street and had brought .up,with' on ," '

_ ,"Ludowici. Ga.-It is the finest medicine I ever saw, and r a, ., way to'' wear a necklace. 'The' first ty and graceful Indeed,,' and of most enjoyed life or knew what It"was to of the front wheels ct) ,\ the. wagon; .j

biff seller. It takes the place) of calomel and all , circle of It Is given to the coiffure Instead unimpeachable modesty," despite Its) be this to say 'I am well.: 1 suffered against tbe fence on that side of thl i ,...'.

1. other ". C. J*McDonald.", ,,' ot the neck.: After going, once Inevitable'reminder of old extreme.:; greatly with, my driveway, but he'd ,that," ...
(.1:, -All dealers sell it. Manufactured by n around. loop:falls down and under' The' decolletage Is by no means so habit.' are as regular as ever in ay and there he, stood with nothlni_f

k"* SPLNCERtEDIC'IN.E. the chin like' nothing, so, much as low;, as ,the, decolletage of empire -life. broken. "*'

",. COMPANY..- "Tommy Atkins nose strap, ,except times;. "Whenever 1 make eztri effort I 'And'what, a blessed relief .tom. :,v' .
Cfcattanteg. .,Tenn. "-this gees lower'quite below.the chin. L 'depend 'on .drape-Nut food and U 'that weal And to be sure I never t 1 -

The second 'loop falls lower stilt,'and ,K. :leather_Fashions.: just fills the' bill l can think .and 'Ielt"hlm -standing after:that. wU Jhout" .''Ij
the third and last to the 'w lst. This No feather 1s left as, the- bird write a great deal:cosier." tying him. ' ;
\i '
A'f :arrangement Is a trifle ezt..meJiow': planned It tot* be. On> "coq are .fastened 'TTbere's a Re lOn.**.:Name"slvenby : '-"'You-don't-wanLtybtJmlde aon,* '''Ii

;f r. : ever to. tempt 'the conservative : ostrich, fines.;; on ostrich, Postnra Co.. Battle Creek. Mich Ten; but If* foolish to take unnetlt'ti! : -

8H dresser:. 10/ ened.aaraboll. ... ,Dkas.Read, '"The Road., to.1 Wellvllle-' : saul': ,.rllkJI."-NsWYork.Ban, ',*% > ..f :;: .,

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THE' :&UL&1T.f I enly have :-we to cast"out the .anchor "BO YOU KNOW :....... .... r 'J ,

'- .. ot 'faith but the anchor of hope also; ,, roanidliY r.ID.I'j .... '
-: o.that when ,these storm Cloud are ', WHAT WHITE: LEAD IS? '' b Mh... = '
it ? : iaa..u. lays
.f A.fIr ... I Was, Chi
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'. ,AN ELOQUENT SUNDAY SERMON BYe :: upon u., when;darkness surrounds -. !: MUM Swe: g :Sleepless

.., .,'. THE REV. B. ,". c of U.:,day when would,It seems not as show though. itself'to our' Vtu. 'Odef DM and' .. 'Method of Deter.* 'It I* so much aster to' forget a' favor.. ,,. ,, .
than 1t'is I an1
(')f( vision wo have to have the hop that :nbdag. Oood.from Bad Ixplalned: to forgive injury. '
Is born of Ood, tbe hope that gives a' standard 'By Minard's'Liiiiment
'* White*Lead Isthe: paint !
(l, abject: Our Four Anchor*. happy outlook. It la so easy to be material all over the world It 1 II' DEEP CRACKS FROM ECZEMA.. '

discouraged and to let these experience : . ,
made by corroding' metallic lead Into Could -
Brooklyn N. Y.-In Unity'Church, tbat are surrounding u* dampen .' ,a white powder, through exposing It Hands IMJ In Dreadful Slate-Pencll State! fa l>Ieaso'Defied 00_ My right arm and hand were so lame and Mined me to wM -"".

Irving place and Gates avenue Sunday our ardor. The next Is the. anchor to the) fum* of.weak acetic acid'and Treatment: for -t. Years ., rheumatism that I could not raise it to my head to comb my hair,
morningthe Rev. B. J. Newman of: love for our fellow manj "Thou carbonic acHJ gj IMS a.wder .. then .' ..- ao 1 had to bend over most double to comb It on the too of mr
preached The, text was:' And fear- sbalt love thy neighbor as thyself. ground and mixed Sflrn, HMeed oil -Oped' by Cntlcnra."I c head; they pained me at night so that I could not'sleep very sjeod. '' '
Ing lest we should have fallen upon This do." With tbat love God .call* making a thick paste In Which form bad .o..l1Ia'w my kinds for about .* I tired a number at reracdie* for rheumatism, but none did no any t a s'

I the rock they cast tour anchors out us to service it call u* out ot ourselves ItU: packed and sold for painting :sereq, years and, daring that tune 1 had good until I tried Minard/a Liniment; then I got help and now I', C
'of the stern and wished for the days with the love,, that,makes: ua purposes.. The painter thin It,down : used several. "w ailed, remedies,, together won't be without It In the house It will do aU you' claim for it, '
ale said: ': '. want ,to go out- into our city! and to the proper consistency for application , .with phjrucians and drunUtplWfH'l...- and I find U good for headache and trite throat too. I can't.
The text Is taken from Paul' storyof wherever we see one who needs s. by: the,'addition of more Unseed. tion. The disease was so bad on my thank you enough for what it baa done'for me and my brother, '
the shipwreck Paul .wa going to It _kAt.., us watt to give burslve td' ,. oil. hands tbat I could lay a slaU-penoil In one who has+ used it'ort his back and limbs and got great help from It. '1

Rome to .'trled r for hi* life,but on that one; and I tell YOM never inOors ".*. 'The bore refers of coarse,' to of the creels and a rut. placed across the" .Ilea seventy-one years old. I. gave one of my neighbors,-,
the aea a storm raged for two weeks.Jn world was there -a 'city thatneedeb'more'.redeeming pure, genuine White Lead only.' Adul- hand would not touch the pencil. 1 kept aod .he says the same a* t do. Yours truly, . '
the,darkness of the dead of night' love .than terated mod fake "White Lead.""of. using remedy after remedy and while some
.not knowing where they were' the does this city, of: New York and which there are many branda on the 'gave partial relief none relieved .. much MRS. EMMA M.,, WOODS
sailors on watch heard the sound of Brooklyn to-day. I' b.14l.Jone!: Into s arket. 1* generally some port of, ae did the lint box of ,,flours Ointment.I '' ...'' %

water breaking on,the rocks and, thejft!\ homes where the darkness of despair composition containing only a percentage ' made) a purchase.Cuticnrs Soap\anll ED6dd. laM, MlnaM'aLinimeatMfg.Co.'r ;

took, sounding And again they was becauae'DO love was there. I of.white lead-sometimes no Ointment end ,,my j....... were perfectly A .bottle",sent tree on'request. < ''Booth i
took their, soundings aqd finding that have gone Into home where mother; White Lead at all; In such stuff ,cured after two boxes of Cuticurai, Chntrnent .special FremiDJfba1D, Rasa "
the water was shallower;tlley.llrt and. fathejs lave said: "Jfone cares barite: or ground rock chalk; and, tad. one cake: jOt Soap were used. W. -
out'' four anchors "and wished for lor us: no one"will IelpI...'*' similar cheap. substance are used tomaeo U. DIu., Newtrk.. Del., Mar...28:!!!,. 1901.' ,
have Dgptt tell me the world love us, because \ 8J1t the .appeAr- '
the c1aYI""We do not to be eall6ri ImU.t BBBflseweBHp BieB>BjBMBiBBeBBiMiBl, fcli 1
to know the value 'of'these an- we know differently. I tell( tine ot:.pure \Vbl -
chars to the storm assailed men on you, we have to' have that love In ustb There) Is, however a positive test can't always Judge a man'sworth

that ships! Theyjheld; them to, theiranchorage' >t the Russian! proverb..-says,"dwell by which the purity or Impurity of by his .his, ",bank balance, W.L.DOVGLAS
.' 'until light came' and they In the house of labor There Is a White Lead may be proved or. exposed '
reward tor him wtlo loves hi. fellow .
-. fh"'tl' before painting with It.
I -
c0 sees way. =
: Is 1 i'nTil: n'-there ia another anchor, The blow-pipe flame will reduce '
this morning to I I'AM.
My purpose copslder and that 1 I. the anchor of prayer. X Ifa I'J
briefly tile anchor of righteous Why Leadtbelthusatest
care not what a man's work or education >
ness that we nlcdln our dally living. .Ue
The simplest analysis of.our present is, whether he Is college bredor and it only partially reduces to lead ...Olt. AT'ALt.' ,
day life cf: one week' experience has no education at all, 'but this tearing a residue. It I* proof that J i'- ta'UCE., FOR CVCNV *
thing I am of, and that Is, without : FTHltFaM'r
r sure something else was there beside
influences would cbotf: outside tbat, there ourselves area and dozen two a prayer in your heart you cannot White Lead, A MOTHER MEN, BOVS/WOMCN! MI*.CS: AND"cVtuoKtN.. A

,V dozen temptations within us .that.are make life worth whatQod Is expecting 'lb.ldaUonal Lead Ctitaipany, guarantee ' E- = :!fa rG'.bI-rrrF-Q:
storming our righteousness. We of'It,: Prayer Is our wanting to get all White Lead sold In packages ,Ir... tNU"" .(' >
are God.- wanlinff to tell.God of -= "s.I.II, -.....res. 1teJ1 Sy.fd firrrsrhar.
bearing its> "Dutch Doy Painter -, --
putrounded on all sides by dim cui ties. fi belt. won' and 9: ,
our difficulties, our troubles our per- trade-mark to prove ab.olutely'pure : t '
Our honor, our Justice, our sympathies -=- a. I.t.- iS.w aaz.fker.. IS' .
our religion all are assailed plexltles our successes, our Ideas our under this blowpipetest, and that .,... : -fl aaad
and we have got to protect ourselves wanting to ask for His strength and ''you may make the test yourself In W.L Douglas Sand$5 GUI Edges Shoes Cannot Be Equalled At An; Pile .
guidance.' We have to have this anchor four own home they will send free ....iAWTIO1ir. ..ene.H. .....11 o cm. --
"nd...pur fellow men. Take the first ""hI \07 .h._ .,....,. dwMlwLiwba.! .....w.'I flQ." ,.,; &0. .,,1.'fy..nYoxlMawMaAA" Illur
day of the working week and look at when things are going wrong open request a blow-pipe and everything .......CalAloflfl_.......Wdw.a ---w. ... 1.e U8..a; .-...- a+-
' wben the- world seems dark and life else necessary to make the -,:
experiences wo-rncet with in
the that
day. We : to business; and fundamentally Is weary. .Wo want to have this anchor teat together with a valuable booklet '
'the principle to-day in God to give us courage to go OB ,paint.. Address- National Lead Avery & Company FURNISH \
I which business seemed to be based upon on our way and it we have not been eo"' IUI1. Woodbrldge Building Mew r :
doing right to help us to return and, York. '
Is that of dishonor It Is not "honor TO
../ through our fellow men serve Ood. SUCCESSOR: .
\naJ.IS. nil mill.'' It Is not trust all men Let ua cast out our four, anchors: .
Is distrust' fellow Success seldom comes to a man whoIsn't AVERY ft MCMILLAN.
"but It your man; our anchor ot faith in Ood and our : YOUR HOME fit;
put him under bonds" Only the expecting It. '
fellow\ men; our anchor of hope in }
other day In the Sunday school said eternal goodness; our anchor of love -. .. at._ South Foreytb Bt, Atlanta. 0'ALL .,

to the young men and women there: riles Oared In a to'14 ,
In universal service; our anchor of : Day -- KINDS OF-
'"Be honest; tell the truth. and one prayer to God; and in so doing may Paso Ointment ia guaranteed to cure any
member came to mo and said: "How" the ble'' atng'of God rest with you in Ca.e of Itching Blind,Bleeding Protruding MACHINERYReliable WITHOUT COSTWith
can we be honest? We have to lie. all labor. '' Piles In 0 day or money refunded. spa
'There Is a tendency In the life of men ,
to-day to set ahead no matter what How manyAmerican women in
happens to the other man. Or 'on *' A woman's tears and a ,man'* grin lonely homes today long for this PREMIUMS Given FREE for

Tuesday .no read in the paper that A Meditation."Ye home makes a hasty gateway. blessing:to come into their lives,and CARTON TOPS and SOAP.- 1/

,some bankers to whom the' fund ot shall receive power after that" to be able to utter these words, but "
the people! had been entrusted. and the Holy Ghost Is come unto you. ECZEMA CORER because of sonic organic derange WRAPPERS .
on which the stability ot businessmen There can be no acceptable service 'yuox "
t J. R. Maxwell. Atlanta: Ga". ment this happiness is denied them. ;
I without this endowment. Even :: esya .
!S depend, andto, whom the mon-
Jesus must first be baptized with the suffered agony with severe eta) of eoz Every' woman interested in_this '"
ey ot widows: and children has been
Tried six different remedies and
entrusted, have been dishonest and Holy Ghost before He could enter ma.despair When: a neighbor/ told me to wasIn try subject should kno\y. that preparation 20-MULE-TEAM1

,speculated in the stock market to increase upon His great mission. Bhnptrlae's TSTTBBIKB. After toeing 93 for healthy maternity is .
their own Incomfs, and have The apostles, who had been In worth ot your TBTTBJBIIIB'and soap I am accomplished by'' the. use of '
failed Our' confidence is assailed brllt'. school for three years, could completely curd I ennnot way too much InItspr.fes. I .BORAX( PRODUCTS_ :,
and we lay! "Whom can 'we trust!" do nothing until they were endowed TBTTCBIXB at druggists! or bf LYD1A EePINKHAM'S
with from high. mall Mo. Boap 25o. J, T. Biomixc, 1
power on
On Wednesday, perhaos. we go to amagistrate's 1 1Lstb.e
court and we watch the Mr. Moody used to say that he Dept.. Reliable Frlck Engines.: Boiler would rather break stones on a turn- O..d.. PoekAgo. ..., Pna..n'
who U Gilmer of West
elected to
man dispense justice Maggie
Sooner' or later the chronic kicker ; Sizes. Wheat Separators m. ChaWtalBM, Halt (ware., 'l'ruaka. OntlaRO&y
in your' name .and we see case after pike than attempt to preach withoutthe Union,8. .,writes to Airs. Pinkham: Oaf __ Trmnlnw .*..,Tmh*u4'
case where the politician's influ.rence Indwelling and power'' of the gets his foot In It. I "1 was greatly run-down In health OoaOm.'Oun...wI,.. tl..rl KmtM. ooU .UmlxSlM see au......-

is at work or where the petty Holy Spirit. The great reason why Mrs.WlMlow-eSoothing Syrnpfor OhfldreB from a'' weakness peculiar to my sex, ..........' -..w.........,. rob. t
1bribe/ Is at work. and men and boys some of our young people's meeting tM>thlnffaoftentheKum8reduoeefnfiammation when Lydia K.' Pinkham' Vegetable 'frg-.. lids "'- Sr&EX; J!.....
'';'' that have broken our law, and who are such a drag is because its members . wind Compound recommended to It
alJa8)J&Iu.C11reB colic 25ca bottUYou was me.
above. O6Nlh.korww. ( ,
do not seek power from vu.Cto r MQOT
ahould be In' until lik.
put our prison
not only restored me to perfect health .d.. I>Ut ,OuMltaMtck.,hM
they learn what It Is to live among To obtain this power we must never have to Jun a man who but to my delight I am a mother." Thal.sad. Peppers,Nag*.,. IU_ 41ew" nos.ork..ud ,
,their fellow men In righteousness earnestly seek for It In'prayer."If owes ;you a grudge. 1 o Q / Bptaa.,as1Cla.r ..d ote.r.trBo ,
Mrs. IIallof Bardstown ? Oosb .t0 ..a.t.,
Josephine Yr. aa0t.r.
discharged and free. Our ye being evil know how to give good: .
are ; go .
cense of justice I Is shocked. Or per- gift unto your children how much There i. need for Garfield Tea when the .ICy- writes IIPROYED SAW lILt ON E1RTH. -01........... as....... v. 8po a Holding ,
haps It Is some man In a hStberr.nk 'more shall your'heavenly Father give ikin i. .mallow the tongue coated, and when ,"I 'waa a very great sufferer from Large",Engines and Boiler supplied vwbwr -.BoaIMi brk.'ro.r wt... a

of life who takes tbe.llfe of another.whO'Comes the Holy. .Spirit to them that ask headache are frequent. to female troubles and Clnkham'a phyaician failed promptly. Shingle ,Mill.,4 Corn Mile| 0.....nnlilnU o>..,....-. ......,...... .
Into our courts and under Hlnu" help me. Lydia Vega Circular awftaw Teeth.Patent Bo.'..atom. Tout Oln U. BUM s.0 Wcoact" ..........
the plea Insanity he 1 Is declared not To obtain mov power we must The average woman- Is vain' enoughto table Componid not only restored me Dog, Cs"wti as1a4,,.,
lt.:, guilty of his crime; while some pooS'inns \ use the power. already bestowed."Go believe' that she isn'LWhat to perfect health,but. I am now.proud, Steam .Gov.rnor&'P'"lIlIne:' Engine V ,
I with the feelings of poverty and la this thy ,might", the-angel 1D t.her." Milt Supplies, lend for free Catalogue" '
Bafay OSM o, .
want steals a loaf of bread from the aid to'Gideon-the might, ot tho Causes Headache. FACTS FOR.SICK WOMEN. ,

corner grocery, and he Is sent to jail with promised thee."presence.A-he, went"The be Lord'realized! be frequent From October came to of May Headache, Cold,are,LaxativeBromo the most ,For thirty years,Lydia-Jt'" Fink- .< fr ''.....* not eataln. .. estkW. '

fur* rightly Perhaps on the presence: and power of' the Al Quinine removes ,cause: .. E. W.. tiam's Vegetable Compound, made ;huN1TIs aver 1000 irtelM >. HK fer r'- Thursday at 6 o'clock we are coming mighty.We Grove on box too from roots and herbs, has been'thestandard' r '

y' ,home and we are at the New York ,. ,must for Jesus use. this"I am powers no:more in witnessing in' In looking out for No. 2 a widow remedy for female ills ..... r ee wee. rang. a Pacrflc Ceast ,Berai C and has cured
? end of the Brooklyn Bridge and we the world, but these are In the looks out tor NO, I. pad 4immt, Buu ...> .M. uses,'. n '
o aee a mad rush, to get into the ran. world." We are Ills representatives.Let . women who have been troubled with nave sr.4.5.5'! "5_, .Yee own ..t a Sploedid .....,
There i I. 'no sympathy abown. Each I us not misrepresent Him.-.' 'Bon CORNS BETWKKN TILE: TOES displacements Inflammation,ulcera- mliitm for 1-eGGpltefl value*)
tries to get himself In and i tion, ftbroid tumors irregularities les ......4l by,Boraa Castles *
Christian Union-Herald. Are often more painful than the hard ones Parsons'Pills' op re>B> :
:en women and children aside j on top. ABBOTT'S'fc&.T ..'>1&* coal VAIMT periodic pains, backache, that bear- Tops and S.f B Wrapper '
y we say; "What are men. that
they will do thlsT"" And so our sympathies 'I" Necessity.Deeply. ' Will outs either kind,"well a*b I with our fellow men'aj-e beIng Self-Conquest a : callous spots and Induration of the akin,: tlondizziness nervous prostration. I Uoa W toad. sad aakeF -lnBenDili > -
} ;shoe ked. And so It Is through I fear does this age need' "It cures to stay enred." 880, at drugg-lata ,Why,don't you try it F witkeut t\Mrim\ at ...i U.r 'Dro 6lrla

'the rest of tbe week. And Sunday to take to heart the stern inexorable: or by malt TBB ABBOTT Co.,Savaanah..Oa.A .. Airs. Pinkham Invites all sick >.. &?SnliotUM,,,.:AU.........., SY BIUf.Qfltk. .

t \, comes Sunday, the day set aside necessity of lf..conquest-not: in i I womeit to write her for advice. 11, JOWm A tO, ..... MM.PUTNAM ., n iRemo I .
In earnest round'ateak Is a to O
lF with elf-torture, but yet good torn( : square r. a -1Uii
when we try tocommunb She has
thousands to' . core ,
,and learn a little bit of what It-means fulness; not In extreme wateb-j meat health. Areas, Lynn: Mass.1 in ret, ., t:t ,:. TriellmetBwaa
" to be I righteous to do God's will, in habitual careful ; 1, trrr.Mothlpirnai be teire* t',
& In morbid selt-introspectlon, Write Or.H.H.(keen's Sona,..
few here
B 'day comes and a of us, .
FAD''ELESS.DYE'S' iSseclaMets. lea. Atlanta,flav
thorough and vigorous occupation; I '
, an -there, attend services.; but there ,
sacred not in enfeebling the body by maceration ,
tbe railed
are so concerts Color man food.briKfalM and fa ir colon tkv"*t other dra'- On* tea paek.geto..ll Stera. They dye In ool.l eats'Ixitter tlun sny ether dye. Veal
poolrooms and saloons all thrown but by tilling its hours of work r-, '"open. Men say "liberty" but this 1 III I: with strenuous and cheerful activityand I

not, liberty, but license to degrade Its hours of leisure with' bright -
r themselves.' And we permit it, and thoughtfulness and many a prayer; ''':' .

, our:' religion la assailed and our culture . by these blessed means we too. even. # r
and the development of our culture In the midst of the world may attainto
to worship God Is assailed. the spirit which Is dead. to the "

i Temptations,and condition out- world; we may be keeping under our' '
'-' side/ourselves body and bringing It into subjection; .
f andtemptatlonsjM tslng
'.within cause u* to face danger dally. nay. in no mere formula but a truth- D; : ,0.e "t .

We hear of the cruelty of the factory ful jpgure be crucified with Christ.P. .- '
that often w, Farrar .
allows the little boy and girl . ., ''v ,
\ .
to work twelve hours a day until

;K they get. the 'great white' plague." I Digging' n Way to Heaven. .. "
.We hear of the evils of the stockyard
and Bless God for the wilderness;, 7 .
of the great railroads, so
,on. "_ We hear of these thing so often ' thank God for the long nights; be Neglect :Your t
that we are growing hardenedto thankful have been in the ,
school of poverty and have'undergone -
tfcem. Familiarity with evil dulls .
the searching 'and testing of :'
ItrQiower to affect us,.and"1 dull* our "' '
it' eye to It* ugliness and]we go on our much discipline. Take the right viewof ., .
way rejoicing In our prosperity; and your nearer heaven ,..... "
v graves.ou If LIVERRestores , I
have '
for the dug,
when do .
,<: ?.we ,unmindful we not ,
.1If.\. /work 'with all our 'heart to over.JftTrnVtbese you have accepted bereavements in . : '. " I
,/ ;
: ""
. *'"' wiser for: ;2.r.
n things. These things are the right spirit; you are " ;-f .:, .

affecting out JIves: We have to have the losses you have bravely borne I ... "
*:: nobler for all the sacrifices
If' good anchor to hold us to the right.. you are w. w.t
.The right' friend; I* ourlife; nothing you have willingly completed. Sanctified .
affliction Is an ,angel.that never ... '
else in life Right In everything .I :.',

,.Vkti4HBl.....4ilt..Irv only the 'world In !the around personal 111 sphere Those, misses the L gate of beaven.----rarker.:: I USA. 't( ignore torpid liver' it can endanger your' life ,in, more ways than. .

.- Israelltlsh prophets preached: not stepping atones! to 01017. any. other organ of1thebody. Tf can reach'you'through\\ stomach? Irw,.'inrli-;

personal righteousness, but social He does It not f iruot 'g sti n 'and racking .dyspepsia. It"cail'turn'yourblood.'' into 'venom througli
r..l ,yIgbfeousnees.not; pure by yourself. When* u* noMoe rExtMrAxxeIALCOao : ,

:I..:i.:.;"Y:.'but pure by your atatei and that is .expects alone for us our to, good work but for'Bins for HU-and He to' ,. the kidneys. It can afflict you with all the e; and rr ore,'' at: one .time,' ,bringing'on'
"' ./whatwe hue we love ourright
f we will ,fight for it, and for its see that Dot one of. His children I I.' biliousness, constipation, insomnia, nervousness, .headache., ,aching': bones,
"''t ,best expression, even as Paul fought turned away hungry or thirsty; Sac n 'and"misery too great to bear. '
rifice and unselfishness are the stepping t r Ton TMCLIVERKIDNEYS r ,:
;tt.; ,(or- the lives ot tbe seamen and- his
t companions ,wben,his ship was cast stones to.glory and In my mind .

,,upon the rocks. And In order to fight the least ot the work ot saving a soul Man'ymedicines such as oil, and salts and calomel simply force the stomach "d'i
It' the I ,
,t ,,taf'ourselves we have'cast out our' I I. done when we gotten. pen- '
anchor' and'!'",llh for the day.".. itent to open his heart to God ;;It 1*' sass. i6 slDr ''i: and bowelsto'berid, of the cause of the trouble just at'the time, but'medicines '

v'.\ .". d'' ,Now, what'are these anchors? The tbe after-work of the friendly tbat .counts Christian, the spirit display ; la' 1 : of this nature do not give permanent'help'and often'.leave:the system in, ',--t .:> '

k first ia the anchor ot faith. Here is the convert that he condition I
that show new .
aeMMl a a more depleted 4
: #..;tile situation confronting.: ,Our has friends on earth and heaven. :
4" confidence Is assailed; our faith In I ,
";>Wour. fellowmen Is assailed] ;' our faith (, Nr. v " MAId '
",,:'In:our God Is 1 assailed. We have to Unman:Sympathy lla y Mislead 5 4 1 C 1.11 9 -, .. 't' "" :sNUBIANTEA. .+s. 'T1IELIVER'OCELJ_ ;. sir .
; .r. 1 .
"*cast,out the anchor ot faith. We The cross separates not only from ..I.. \ '.,' . :. .. .. '.".. ,
know"that the eternal righteousness sin but from friends and human i"
*:..."'will trluni b. It Is so.' Through; every good. God's children are sometimes w rr : '.;..' :',,; .: : healthy actfon tcffae KIDNEYS. -::,:'"" fi.:
,]0 : ,difficulty./ every, experience, every tripped; by human sympathy when PRICE eo CEN CME .., .,:-_"" ..J'l( : \ _, '' ,

'i 1':0:*;a-ways; what they need Is divine sympathy; //OPurifies the 'BLOOD and. ;4'KEEPS! YOri' WIrLL.'h,' : .r... '
Whenwesee God's children' going: c ,' .... .. ... '.... It.l"t'
r...*t lf.\We have to have faith in this through trial' let u* be careful to up. .. .ro, -' ... .... d. "" n. .'" 'f
righteousness'andtheInsplratlon' : to hold and encourage them.Let as not -' \ '' 'r1 ..l(!
,*lve,ourselves! to.tho service, ?. the'' endeavor to lift the cross before God's ., (All druggists.Ben'lt.., "';rrf'a..D; '' ttle\ ollo04'\ !. c:. '(

'-. P!..'lon'o' ' !. righteousness.... Not. ,1_time. <-MIsilonary. :Worker, .' .. - "" -.-' ... > ." \"'-'
Ft'92 _. .. "J ;' ""
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1,!,! 7"it... ...'" ,... """' /'JP"", ,. 'f ... ..1", .!' -it. ,; "T, ,, " ""'r.":'- '

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4' folly ..ltlhapport.f all my falaadi. -u._.. .
..At_ W. Gtl llltlst # out the _.IF. JOHN U BCAMAM.
1 .. i ..ANNOUNC rMf"NTS.. | For Tr*serr.r.AL .. .
the aollcltatioa of many' f...... I:,h.v.ds w.

CANDIDATE. FOR. GOVERNOR, c. ttN rtmA 111' Y elded to make' Ute race for tba.'ajrtlo.of e ,
Trreaurer My' raaaon forrunnlnr. hi that I... ,

OP' FLORIDA: ( Par kerlff. the offtce. and bellew. *I can fill H to the aatiaf. ..,

e ( tiurebv auuonuu mjatilf oaudldht>for the Lion cf aU.\ ---. .J. OOLUKll...
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uflloa of Bhfirln aobjwt lo the .< tluu ol the : ,
OnrocroUo' Prtmarv. For 'I.........,. ..

i UK6. OVERHTKEBT To the Democratic Voter. of Oaoeota County

_"-- I wits bo a oandldat* for County _.... t4. 9 !

For SII.rIU. th May. Primary., and belkvlnc that'I can effic ,
I hereby.n__ my.lIdldaell for th' *office of ontly perfonn the duties of th* o too;1 reapoc. H

r.' Sheriff of Oaeeola County. aubjeet to tlj..' u.e..Uo ...- fully...ltelt.. ........."port. B. C. MILI BIt.For ;
-- ,
PHmary. I' etocUxl I promise Lbs beet '
Tea A_r.Thanklnr
.. .....of which I am capable.
dw tea ,. F. PREVATT ; my friends for their put rapport.
C. ;
t _
,.. hereby' announo* Myaelf n candidate for ..-
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For State D.e.lor.- Ination to tile offloo of Tin '- of .-

t Toth. Democratic VoteriOfOraitB. and' Oaoeolatountiasi County, object to the action of the .-. '
3 t 1 Primary to b* held May the leu..- -. If .l.... 4,

't'I (hereby,.announce that will bo a euiJkUU. at. I will dlachar the dutlea of tKroffle" a*In ...

the oomlfi I Democratic Primary (or rnomlnatkmaa put to the beet of mjr ability.J. .

8tat.* *>*nalor for th. mh Senatorial DUtriot L. OVERSTREET. 1 ; '
of Florida comiwaed "of Orange and Oaceola. I
for County .
oounL...... '. __ ___ IXMJiaC. MASSEY. ; been solicited by my Mends. to ......... 1r :

For Slat. Atior.... j a candidate for County CommUaloner. from I> I.

I 1 hereby announce my ondMaey.for nomination trict ;No.:. .11. and believlnr that I am Qualified

to a meond. Urn of the'onto' of SUM Attorney ,j nil tub office, I have decided to enter the race .. .

In and. for the Seventh-Judicial" circuit of I would solicitthe.upporlof the voters of my' "

Florida. eubjeot to the declaton "of the Democratio trict O. W. BATTON.for ., ,\I _ _
primaries to bo held o. May 1.. H"....' If again t,-- \
truetod with tho administration. of this moat important County Commlsalonoo : ;, ;!

offlo by the people I wilt, aa I have alI ,At the solicitation of rnnny' friends hereby! i
nounce candidacy. toy County' '' ...
way.trlwntodo' perform my duty Impartially my I II
and f.I'.......,. for the. boat Intareat of the elate* I from Dim riot No. 2. and' allot tha support of th I :
i No faction, rottcblDe or ring brought JOHN C.. .JONES. a. voters. of that ctl>>trlet. .i, T, REA"ESt i

him out. He came out a. n candidate -- --- -- -, -- -- .j.- -
\ alone and ilnfffe handed. lie will be For Tea Collector, For Count? Commltsloasr.

a'Jad Mi receive the support of the corporation To Democratic. Voter of Osceula County) To Uemocrmtlc Voters of Osoexla County:> ,q_ C

*, of the entt.corr,oratlun9! 1 announce myself' a candidate. for renomlnalionaa 1 hereby announce myaelf for re-nomlnattan.
the prohibitionist and the anti-Dro- Tax Collector. of Oaoeola County.subject to the County' Commlsalonor. for Diatrlet Number\ .

hlbltloolst. of the local ontlonluls, action of this Democ..tla'"rlm.l')'. 1 wish. to ahall dlatrict.aitproclate. and cieelre the to support thank of mr the friend peonl.of for '

the phrUtlans and the Jews and of the thank th. voter for their put.u"........ and will tent support, and if elected will dlachanr
gentiles, the "Publloaosaod ,Inner:' very much appreciate their vote In the Primary duties of my omoe to the .beat intereata of

He would even accept the 'support of of May U...... 1IW\ ? Vory raapootfully.CHAB. people,. .of.-t--Oeoeola-, ._tounty.. -- J H.'WALKER.---
the Pharisee J.. BAKDY
I For Commissioner.
.,' Connty .
corporation do without tlie --I.
The can .. I .hereby. announce myself a candidate. for th
mad the do withoutthe For Co..tyJ.d t
people, people of Comrmaakmer. for District No
offloe County
of friend. I hT deckled to aubmlt
corporation Neither should be At th* requeat -
corals. eixrtollclt the of the .
oounty purport
allowed to ouprem the other. Capital my name to be considered at the Democratic '
:. U organized labor should orgaalze. Primary on May 19th HK*, for th.NBo.of County ten In my district at tie democratic primary "

Tbo IloeoM, tax Uw/llcenslnif\ each Judge. and. ark. If In your opinion I am worthy ot be held May mh. and promlM if elected. to '
char tie duties of th.oflleto" the .beet of -
and I If a
f little enterprise should be amended In th position to out your rot accordingly '
.. order that taxation should bear more" elected I ,oromla. to try not lo dUappolnt" you. ability .JOHN H. BAISDEN. )
U A. MINX. "
enl ,
S Commlsaloner.
For wouutr
Article( XIX of the Constitution provides -
I For Cons "J.d.. I hereby. announce myself a candidate. '
"; for Local Option. The qualified I hereby announce mmlf ai a candidate for r.. County Commissioner. Iran District No t. .. /. For i;
lectors (noL the' Oovernor) epproeor.Veto
nomination lo. the offlo of County' Judge and Exoffldo respectfully: solicit ths support of the votes 1
constitutional amendment 1
Jude of the County Court at the Democratic said district.W.H.MANN.
He 1* not, on the "recently con- f '
:" Primary to b* hold on the 'IItll day of May. -- I
tructod band wagon
A. D. 1 100H, and In doingno" armntly' request the For County Commissioner .
Be commenced life working In To the Democratic Votora of Oeooola Countyt
support of all /of my follow eUIao..nd I canaaaur "
Quinov, Flol'lda\boarded at a salary of 915 them that' If I rcoalv. . the ..omlnatlon.nd I hereby announce myself a candidate. '' "

per month bliBsaif, and himself. He lection. I will la'th' future. a* In th. part devoteall County Commrnalonor- District No. a.subject.
ha. been a hard working, the action" of the Democratic Primary In May 'I.I .
truaTfrltoir man and he knows what It .of my time and .....*? to the boat Interests of M. HUBBARD.For '

Deans In others..,: He has never married . tie county In accordance.wltb law. G. : i ii i i
G be bas always had obligation -- v. R. JOHNSTON. Co.atyCorrla.loesr.To I "" ... l

Uls'tfe\ has been repent, more In for Proaocntlac Att.....", the Democratic Voter* .'Oeceola County : .

t.boug'btfuconllderatloD r' of other I..hereby announce myaeU a candidat for the At tho eolldtmtlon of my many friend I I '

people than of himself. He feels sure onto 'of ProMcuttaa-r Attorney ,of the Count' decided to lie a candidate for.the County

1 : he will be elected "If be gets enough Court of O cola County: ; subject to the action of toner for Dlatrict: Number. .. and. I ....11 apprecatetheaupport

"votes," He does not propose to tradeoff UK Democratic primary' to bo' held in May., and of tile pwl>l* of this district ; '

a .lnTOffice., There Is honor In respaetf ally' ....Ielt tbe Blip-port of the voter o' the sestet Democratic May' Primary.B. .. -
beloW Governor If It Is tainted with Ute County. J. L. MOON. L. LItS LBY. t- ,. t

dishonor he does not want the ,om ,. : Limited" .;-, r
For Procatl Att....".. For Conntj Comealaaloner.

DoM't'CoMplalMIf I hereby. announce myaell a*a candidate for Lb.oMee heroby annoynoe myaelf a* n"candidate, 'i Lighted:

your chest pains and you are unable of rroaeoatlaaAttorney. for Oooo4a County Countv Conunmalonr| for DbtrUt No. Two ( I : '. :

to sleep. because of a cough, buy subject t*tho decision. of the Democratic voter .sublet. tile action of tie DemooraUe I ,

a bottle of Ballard'* Uorehound at tb. oootlac prirary.Mctlos In thla. eouaty.O to Mb.M In...... 11108. ; ; Q

Syrup, and ,you won't have any F. KRIBBS. E. L. OVERSTREET. : t : '!

couch. Get a bottle now and that For Godly C.moab*.lon.... THE'" '
Par...*......4..t of Public Instruction.To
cough won't lalt.loDA'. A cure for all To the Democratic Voter of Oaoeola County: -
l pulmonary diseases. Mrs. J-, Galveston the Veten.of. Oaoeola County re-election! : i Hnvtlnadeeided. to ....... for rweomlabbn V"V I '
I hereby* myself for to. the
writes "I'can't r T'k'
Texas: : say County CommaMlonor. for District Number I" :
enough for Ballard Borehouod ......of County, Superintendent of Public .. ;, ,
dish. to thank friend for
my support" "r
..etl.subject to th*action of Ute Democratic ) M
Tbe relief U given aft Is
Syrup.' / Mpeetfully aoUclt: the vote* of the people of"' rf
Primaries. 8o oIu.. iuppirt. I.-.
all that is necessary for me to say'" roar dlatriot tie aiming May. Primary. 'r. l

Sold by Itoberson'e Pharmacy. Beepsetfslly.W.J.8KAKS.' t J. 8. STRATTON.FerC.ratyCermlaha.r. 'I t 1t, k .
T '!"
O'+ ,
W. C T. U. MC trot. .....8.-.. PaklU ............ j I -"
Attheaolidtataonofiny '....... I hereby an.nonno
'The W\; C. T. U. met for Its monthly Carats I annovno.rlBUn<*lntorrobUcIaMruotlaa.myoelf a* a candidate, for If I *myaelf n oandionte. for Cotfnty ; St Louis-;;.

meeting In the opera house on Wednesday from District No. 4. and. If elected nledio .. '
.... .
elected. I win d*vt. aU of we .o the duties y
afternoon. Mrs. M, M. Brittain faithful dl.ehartecilb.dut.ecfthec.....
af........ C. B. TO WELL. ,
our new Pres. in the char.r : ELMER: R. BASS. '
:After the regular/ order of business .. ........ .... |*...tra...>. ; '. .
y' For....... School ateeird.Attheaollcltation : : ; "
. ; '
,the Union was made sad to learn that hecety announcemyalf a eandldat. fort the t
'ow president was to lean us, by ber offlo W Suoenrlaor.. of Recujtratlon. for OaoaotaCounty of ayfrinoX. I nerobynn.nounea Coast
myaelf a candidate. to ante.Bed ..,...,aMember ( : ,
husband accepting a call from the I .ubjeot to the action of the DemoeratiaPrimair \. .z1
'/ of th School Board toe Dlatrlet No. 1.aubjact _
Baptist church at Lake We feel to. lie held May the lath. IMo. and moat '
but I '
to the action of tie Democratic
:that not only our union Klsslaiinee MspwtfuUy solicit the support of aU my friend : D.P ,
to bo held IK\ *. If elected. I
May It pledge
P. T'*.
Y In general meet a great loss In the throughout th county Bo\.BIL'', S5
faithful diechugsofayduce.' W. C
leaving of this most' estimable man C.:W. GRIFFIN. '

>' and bia) tVoompltsned Union will wife. We know For... rvlaor.1 ....t........ I For........, the Sckaol Board,
that fake Cty| train what i
announce myaelf .* a candidate for member.
loses. kind words ,To th.DemoesstU Voter of Oaeeola County' :
our society I hereby announce myself for-matJoa-to of the Board of Public biatnutlon lanai School
and best wishes was expressed for
District No. 3. and If elected I will faithfully db :
of friends thoffloof of....tftUoa for Oecaola '
the departing .
,in their happiness new home. ,Mrs M. O. Wood- .County.. 1 thank my friend for put faros and hare* tie. dutiee, tie offloe.P. :
ward our' vice president now take tbe solicit their hearty support In th.* approaching- ,. , Q.CROMABT1E." . . -

J president's chair and Mrl. E. J.' Moon Hay Primary. Very ...,.&tuu,. For ....... of tka Sekool Boardrv .. "

'vice president. The W. O. T., U. will j. A. LANCASTER.P.i --. > the Denaperatia Voten of Ooaeola. County :

ever, .fourth Wednesday at...3,' p. no.until am a...dlda.OI' the office of Svporvlaor. o). I(OmunMrionerlnDMrletN. *.*. subject.. the a*> : ,
"", further nottoePaI Barlatratlon for Oaceola countr and eoUcit' the I don of tie Democratic Primary In May.-. -.... ?Ci

+ '. REPORTER. iupportof the Totera In the approaching. primary. J. B.Tt1MBLJ_! !
i !:
A.J.:BOOTH. For Mayor. :
Baby ,
.A I
I hereby announo* myself a .candidate for reaction ,
should be sunshine In the'' home; and : p.rCbrkaitk.Clroettto.rt.Te f $ to tie offlce of Mayor-of the town. of Kla.almmee face:
the Dsuectstie'Ma..of 0........ CountriBetaara
will be It give -I it White's Cream .
YOU city, T. M. MURPHY.For ,,..4J ; '
tho offle of G7rk of the .
Vermlfutre the greatest" worm medicine. aandldate-far' ; : .
Clreult Court at the Democratic Primary to b. ; 3
This remedy U becoming the anrt
.... ,
fixture of well ..regulatedhofMeholds. held. In If..,.. I will creatly appreciate. MM...ppartere and Collector, '
.permanent thereby announemyaett.acandidate'4or
A mother, with children the people of Oeoeola County. Hatlnc for 'theoffloe { : Satis-
o* City Marahall and Tax Collector
can't get along without bottle of aomotuno. past occupied the position of Deputy
aollclt tha
White's Cream Vermifuge" in tbe Clark I fed! that. Lam fully' competent tedtoChan aupoori of KIeeI_ r
U. B,
house. It 1* the purest and best medicine t thedutle of the oAVM to the aatlafactionof WOODALL
ARTHUR DONEGAN.Porlf.p.wrbNwn i i. i. i L.. ,
that money can buy, Sold by the public. R t ?. :
Roberson'a Pharmacy. ', -' For Mai-ahal and Colloctor. .. !-
At 4a __.__ To u.. Democratic Voter of O.MoU. l'oo ntytI nounc myself candidate. f or the omoe of .City'
; '
4 Notice of "E e-clion. hereby. announce myaelf candidate forRepr.e.ataUva Marahal and Tax Collector. of th. town. of Ely ,, r ,: 'oa
subject to tile action! of the DemoraUo .lmm.*City at the...approacjilng electidn. March ; -
i b SMoraaae* with tie Uw In .....Ia madm . primary to be Weld on May, teak 1-! and 18. iso*, if Nectsd. I promlae" a faithful............ ...;, -4' ;'
and provW. U Is .norebr" --....... and dam lOpattfuBy' ash the aupport*f tk. voter of the Of the dutlea 0(the onion' P. C. HODGES. :
\ 'olarad that an eUotton will .. held. at Whltttor.Ftorlda. _ac.,. C. 8. AGREE .. f In and for Special Tax DMrtet Number. .. ---...... ---, c-----; -- -- -:;-::.-
'. Ooaonls Ceoaty. FIa da, oa Tu...,. alai dar ofMarch. -t. For ....-......;. Notice for Settlement nnd Final r ".

A.D. W. to determine ..h.ahall serve aatmsteoa To the Democratic Voter*t Oeo. la Countyt' .. ..
.l the aforesaid 8Delal Tax 8c;).ool Dto.trlet I hereby. announce mynalf a candidate for Rep DIScharge r
MMittatlv. subject to the action of the Demo- =
Numbs H, foe two rear nKt,after' said ..... eats Primary to "be held on Mar mh. 1905 A* '
dim and to flit the number of ..u.. of Dlatrietaoheolta \ Chairman of the IViaral ol Comty Oommlaaionera. Notioe-l hereby Iri....toil whom It may'con. : '
r atbievtedfavaaeliotaaldtworar, of Oeoeola County for nay yean. I feel that I am era that. eU month* from thla date I wl I promt .. .

} W.Oodvrtn.. R. A. Bartow. f, B. t umb8. J..- well If elected acquainted I shall with eameetly the need devote of our myaelf people to pro end I my' aeoounto and vooobera. to the County; 'Judge ot n.n..Vc : :

,.---. and .John Baladen Clerk of aid eleetion. taetlaa- and advancing their Interest to the beat the County of Oaoeola.... State"'Florida at hi* : f
Den br order. of tile Board of Publl Inatnw of my sbd tr. WAUTtaTBASa. 8n. mae. fa rImmhmwmm Oily; for .Ft.-.ntlm mj >B.provalandaakfornflnaadlachanro '

Mat. Oeoaola Coantr. Florida; thh MM "M,dar of for Con ntr.Treaan re. ...i iI a* Admlniatrator "
JfUeb A. D. 11/1III/ heroby annonno mynoif a aandldato for. th:' of the $.tt.of Thomas' Slktajdaoeaaed.t ]

seat: W./.BEARS; W. C.', BASS oflke.of County Traanmr of Oeteola county'. aubJecttothoactianef \. J. .W. !(I1 LER L "f ,;4 1
SaaarinemUnt. Chairmen. rAdlRlalMn-.. **..
the Demoaratle Primary tob
F September t%,WOT. d
*held the rich day of May.MOt and ...._t- aep27-6n. ../k.At :' 4
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Notice -- - -- '' .
of Election.: :: "- -
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; In aeoardaaa wtth the .law la eneh ssias ....... + r

and nrovidol.... H U ......" nnnonnoed. and d.. FROM THE FACTORY TO YOU :'

tiered that an aleetlon wtB be held at BaaMacw' sL : '-- 1", +'

rtorlda ta and for Bpoelal Ten t>$Mr>ot N.mbe 4.OXMota 111 : ; ; '\I '" '
Conntr. riorlda. pri" JSueelan. 1I11t"ofKaren. f,

A.P. I'". )o. .*. ... wn* ehafl eervena ili 35.000CHAIRS rt r ,
l ) Irate of the ajpreiall .fipeeial Tax School 11W Eo.fftoM'

i IMpbiet; Nnataer. 4" for twrana t after aaldalmllnri t AT MANUFACTURERS'' COST : ; ;-Woo .OI'k,,! .'!
and to. ft* the .usher*f mm of DistrictBaboo I ... Cogry ,
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