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: April 3, 1908
Frequency: weekly
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00327
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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lit' 'THE,, KISSIMJV1EE' VALLElGAZETTE.: : .




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t...itiiltmt,.aii.ai O..v..1sSls.I by P*:._..n....*. 2o. tact.e' w 'K(ssittttttee City, 1it1i April '3 nAn :: : r I'

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LLUI1UCNI' CULCKiYOF > I Mrs. Carry Nation:; GRAYSTONE HOTELfORM Mrs.Ofiver's ResKrenctpwned.Yesterday .' ,[ 'I I l

.f, Mrs.'' Carry:' Nation spoke "

SENATOR BRYAN. audience at'. the opera fuse on OPENEDtelge mornlng{about a duarter. --- .......".' "
ALLY past 3 o'clock ,
the citizens 3T
>i WednesdavVevening', and received an Klsslm.
,' _ter attentive aod respectful hearing.J i 1.. mee bens were aroused from their slum ". ,
.4 by an alarm of fire '
She read when the
a passage from the Bible
Tampa Evening News Pays Glowing by which she proved-to ber own sat.I.fac..lon. Number of Kissimmee People Oliver handsome' residence of llrs. r.l. 8.
io
North
KUslounee was'dis-.
at'least' -that she .
1 Tribute to t tits_Memory,and dained by the Almighty to smash was the or Visit 'and covered to be In flamen. -
the
Inspect Excellent The
saloons lIre which originated 'the .' ,
Kansas in the very way that kitchen "j j. \ "
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Wortfi. she did, and that her;coming was prod Equipment the result and vf Is(carelessness supposed to have been ; = ./ i '\ ; ;, ":i.' ;: '! :- I
dieted than on tW :
more two thousand part .
years
startling Death ooipes suddenness at times and with with uch such ago. -, The.new Gravstone'. Hotel was formally of.ashes. the setting.cook in leaving smolderinii I : '. ./ h ':; I' < ,. ;-. :
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apparent around bad eI
Mrs. Nation ...Id !gained such .
a great many opened on Wednesday when Mr. : ,: ," 1I 1\
inconsistency that cne Is puzzled ;good I' headway before It was discovered :<' < ,
to account for '''the 'mysterious things., and-at times grew eloquent and Mrs. harry W. Tburman held a the. residents that '" .
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workings of that Divine and All-See In her remarks but, as a whole reception to the people of Klasimmee, escape In their barely bad time to .. I .' .,' '

-A'b lOll Providence which leyel. Just and her '.speech was somewhat rambling that all might* visit and Inspect the three trunks were night clothing. two or ., ,' ... ,
hastily
+ and d disconnected and was permeated new building and Its Excellent thrown out '
.
equipment
unjustt of the windows,' and f' :I .
In the death: throughout 'W1..h. supreme egotism, for entertaining the .."ranjferwlthln saved and the 'j
which Florida piano "
mourns was carried ,' :I'
out bv ,
parties'who
foray, there would seem to be a most which seems characteristic. of the our aral.... arrived early at the scene. I I .. .!- _

unfortunate Interposition of the Mast woman.e Quite' a number of Iliu ladies' of the Mr. and Mrs. Marion ,Carson lost .//0'"> 1:1( : ",.',i', .,..i., ., ."..
She finished- her lecture town turned out in he. afternoon .
er's keen-edged with "a "
tovthe'ablow all .
their ;
; that. Is wedding presents, which \ ::1 -\1\ : -
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were '
.ndere : .
tirade against shown ".
through .
so cruel in Its. paralysing.stroke that Masonry and other secret worth several hundred dollars. \ .., I' ." .' '
one It almost tempted to question thflmanlfe"aUoo societies 'In which she showed the- building and. In the even Miss Futch. ,/ ;;; Vi' \ ..
teacher ,
1 IDSV while the Orchestra. In the High : '" _
of! Supreme Power plainly her utter. Ignorance of the discourse School, who was try \: r .
which finds its echoin a weeping clr- great plans and purposes for which sweet music, the throngs cam and Oliver saved her boarding trunk but with Mrs. I. / I' ''"'I i ., .. ..

{ cle about a new-made grave.' these organizations are Instituted" and. went at their leisure. I all her clothing lost., nearly : '''' .'
was
Nowhere could death lit all its everflj carried on.,. ;' The first and second''' floors t>f. the The entire loss Is e.Umat.ed'at about : v ., J;.: .," .,' .i ,.. ". \,
building # l
are and furnished
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complete ; '
present evidences, nave sotrgnt. or '-- 16,000. with Insurance of ". I. II.
,
/ : end sou 13300. .. t. 'I" a 'f 1
mode of
preneut a ;
found amore neatness '
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shining mark. A career --- - .. I"r : ,
which at an age when man usually is.only' Time Extended for Paying Tajces..According luxurious surroundings, The build '. I' .. ,\. " .:. .; .
lug containsoyes Suggests Monument to W. J. : . .7:., ' 'r-- '
thirty bedrooms Bryan
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beginning to realize the callings '" i'' \" ..1.- ,, .I" .
tit. books ; d,' ." , .. "' , "' .
of higher- law' the tax and a'number of 'them arranged U I I, I 'f.'''.' '' '.'> '.' cl
had
t .' lied a lofty ambition place and power already generally real] should have been closed on April! let, suites of .two three and four rooms letter We from are in Mr.receipt of the following} ,.,,.,! .''''.v,. :....... "
reserved for. those < of mature years but as there are still a number of taxpayers : : with private baths and telephones bell a former resident Thomas.of' this, J. Camp 'i .,'.: 1. \ ,;"' I"":Lit,) "r',, \ '" ..,,, ..,;...... ,. I.... ,'If ti: ; "i
throughout 'the: cobnectiag with the ofllce each county :( ; :. ,
.and long : ctuinty who In room. ,. 4, \", .
experience, filling, In the which we '. : 'I \
heartily endorse. The . ;: "' '
have .
not paid their taxes,"Ta. Col. Expressions: of delight and approval ": .. \, < .
Aoedtlde of his
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youth a seat people of ,1 _
among; KI..tmmee'.od : . . .
Osceola "
lector Bandy at the last.. heard all"tides .
that (
were on tlsslra-
of .
meetlpg .
the mighty of his .' ,''
country surrounded, county could In > ' 'f'r (" '' '
t :
better : ;
:
the Board met up way ''h" /11":
of express
'almost entirely by sage graybeardswith County Commissioners, S should at last have a bbt l capable their appreciation : ",:" ',' ,.' ," ." "
recommended to them that he be of ucoorarnodallncr the. ,. fastidious of the t.rue"OJ1b : "" .' r
.f- most
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a lifetime of honors and useful-' and ., .;, : "
ness behind their lowed to extend the time with the consent and exacting guest and all greatness of William James ; :, : ".r,') ,...f.'t\, ,/ : ).
; mounting, at the Bryanthan "\1l't"
threshold of his service ; of the Comptroller, for a periodof joined la and by erecting a suitable 'I. *' .J .:I' 'ltf" "*' ,,: fjfa ,'.,1. '
..,;/ publlo an em thirty This Thurman successto, their new ] monument his memory: ,,: : ,< .
Inane which, in American history has .hays. recommendation ever/ West Palm Beach Fla. Uoh. / 'f// I\ :.;. '" / .'
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was accepted and) the people of Osceola Venture.At 1808. > >11" >' \
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nearly always been attained only W. B. ; 't : .
as Harris '
Editor \ : ,
the summit of'' a distinguished life county- will nave thirty days more about 10 o'clock the guests were Dear Sir.In Klsalmmee. Fla. *. 'Q'.i'f\ .I>'t.i r."r, *'" vJcis.sZs \ '' e"_ '. '
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lime In which to their invited Into the , ** ''f\,>?" .MisSpecial I ,
pay taxes before spacious dining hall v '.
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rather than the stepping-stone the -\ II. iI / '' .
to death of I, ' "
Senator William ,II', .
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the same become capable of ; ' ( ,
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delinquent. This accommodating: a hundred r \!
things yet higher this young man Bryan'Oeceolacounty \, ,' 'liI ,'\',! 1, ., .
and the Stateof 'S'J '
news will doubt be people, where : \ ( .
no especially sandwiches coffee and
from future Florida than had Is before. vouchsafed him a brighter by the people In the\ lowerpart appreciated sherbet were served after which the Florida" has lost her ablest son. . ..: ,:'1 'c.\.r! :(J -"' ; 'i }J; 'i 1.M:'*: i: ') tI.
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to mil- having been hia school 4"f, ( ... 7! (:
mate aod lifelong ) .
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of the bade their .. 'ff" "
both ,
county, a* County guests enterprisinghost \ j' ,
Ct Aliens of his kind'and I'. '. y'' f.f" .
I entering upon friend, I desire to '' ,\. .' l','. ,' "
the radiant promise and Circuit court convene during the and hostess goodnight and returnedto aUfathat.! ' \ 1' \ ',1W ,, \ \" .( r ', ; ,
of .
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that
future the .
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asa people of Kissimmee I" 1. : ; .
month of April and those haying bus' their homes. and Osceola. > :". .pJ'w'J"j: ;j ; "
.. member of the greatest legislative county erect .a, '. /j .;: : k.:, ;f."i'IfJ'i/ \ '
Incas monument to his Ve A '
before these The a4Kl later the hotel '
courts will save the at show the 'I '
body of the world he found the ::1 .
forecast "
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memory and place It I :
where "
some '
darkened by the ominous shadowof additional -rlp. following Dames for Wednesday;. Broadway Street. I enclose on '\ ., ,. .. f.\\i'/" \ J ....". : \ !III-
herewith ,
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disease, and"almost before he had -. Y --- John T. Hams 0......... Plat W."kl. "''a_.. my check for ten dollars to oe held .. .....:; '" ''''''' + 1{ ; .
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time Hartew. FU 1. M.3..."...., '
to realize the first fruits of his : H..tlnl'tO"'f.W. Va! by until such '. :
you organization has
unusual RESOLUTIONS Of RESPECT. Mn. John Koehandaffar, : Mm. ,. 1 :
blessings, he sinks '
into that been
M.a Bandy.Kla.tmmaa. Fla:MUM M.:i. KAdvara.: perfected to receive same. 1: .
unwaking sleep which muet come. to Wilede on. D.lMn. Ira tlkwb7.l.k.M.n." Very sincerely yours,
the highest and the lowliest, but PIE; N.Ii. atlwratar.GoId_ N. C:; T. J. BelL THOS. J.

i which sometimes, Is so untimely as to Governor aad Admlsilstratlve Officers Mim.J.B.O'aulB.Kiailnunaa. Fla; W.K.......TJTIMT..._. ,Kiadmnia.... Mr*. .B.Fla C.; ..,_ CAMPBELL.

be inexplicable: : by any process of hu-. Pass Reaolutioas on the Miller.. Ktaalmma. *. Via E.I: A.'N.iweyer' Urn, A Baby Show la Kiaslsaweewould to the Li lies
nan reasoning. R. U.Oil tor Klailminaa, Lie:Alton. $e00 Kla..bnn .
Death of Senator Bryan.At L Blal, Kmima tee. S'l.rinmi. Kla; have I .
Here was a voice which had just NalUa.. Itnrfar Klaaimmaa. Fla: Ada Laaiar: Kla- many contestants; but it's 1 1r
s ; reached' a sphere of Influence where a meeting of the t, it might have been used for the enrichment the. Administrative officers of' the executive O. Y.IIea.... KlaataMMa" *, .la: ..... B. U Uafey. would win the price. .No babY"ban be I
KAwlmmaa, Fla Mrs A.I.. Wood....., .
of department of the state of Florida KItem. healthy who suffers from
a people and the worms and
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greater . FIe: Mrs H. Sf. PI...... KMmnxx. Fla 1 have perfected arrangements Where's.
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glory of a state and nation-and be- held In the executive office Moo- A. B.MuillMn. Ktaaiaunaa Fla: Mr.C.W.OrlfflB most babies;"do unless they are kept .

fore its accents could have been lifted day, March 23, 1908 U was resolvedthatintelligeocebasbeeoreoetved kl_. Fla: Mrs i. M. 'Ilwramt glaatmmaa free from them with White's* Cream. :I . X r.,. t

i In the fulfillment of what appeared withprofound M.Fl.Tl; Mt.er.J.gammawAm.w MTkfeMiattar.. FIaI: KMnuna, *. FU Klaatomaa. Mn.. Vermifuge. Acts qulcklv. vet mildly :I by I shall be able. to wait upon my friends ,"'
to be a noble mission it.. passed into sorrowof the death In Washngton . Pla. : Natt a.y, ..hin.tea.. D. O-; -Is its own purgative. Mothers, don't .
1 11. the eternal silences.. Here was a life D C., on March Z2,11108. of the Do 11:.ttmmw. Atlanta.;A. B. Flald.KiwIm.maa attempt to raise. children without ,

that might have proved a lesson and honorable. William James. Bryan' W.B., FlaOaa Harrta.; 1C. Farkar. FU Btiialmmaar MtaaMmM>Uu :=: White's. Cream ''Vermifuge. Price 25 .1 'at' Mr. C.-W.! :. Dann's-Storerevery\ Monday;. -

a light, to Instruct and illuminate a 'junior United States Senator from k_. Jt........_LUotmuMf.FlaTT-Wadlay.. P.rka. 11.-- ceo....< 'Sold by ,iReber.on's Phar fII .. .
laoa- -and U ends with the suddenness this state, and that the undersigned do Ml.l4.sb.tAPPrwit.::: Parkar.' Kla .; macy. .- : .' AI '

of doom as strange and as. startling" join In this, expression of deep Na'I'8'a'Lbe Praotiaantfwlfa.. KUaimmaa.. tUaataamaar, Fla .Fl.Fl...... W,. L. I shall be clad: to meet- any ladywho ;d..J. .-\

a* would be ,the setting of the death of this honorable and distinguished W'- U inmoa. Pta; Or. W. l. Wlna.; ....,r.Bullock. ./ Milton Succeeds Bryan; '' ; .'.J.\/'. '.:",: :
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sun-before "/had mounted to a brll- citizen and trusted reprosentative aFlaj. Rubr K. Kula.-.KMmaMa.l'laj; -
e lint noonday.William. of the whose abort e./0 [..'- Fla:.... 0rB JM'a. 'Tallahassee.- March- 28.-Governor 'sires* the .services'of adressmaker; and,. I., .
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peof.le.. It-- Fla; 8. Carr ;
Bryan came to high. life bad been so with use Fla: G.a. .........- w.eda'. Flat. Mn.gla.taMi.ai W_ .m, Browsed yesterday appoiated William, *r '' V :" ,

r'' office endowed not.. only with unusual. ful and merltous achievement and A._ Jackaonrtlla. Pit. : .....,, Oaupl GwIIoa Hall 6111100./ of Mariana to ,succeed [ .will' be prepared to correctly fit

a gifts, but with unusual. opportunities. gave such rare promise of brilliantand . ..y..."c Carnal:". astaa'crd.lUaatnMnaa: KyM'. aL Kata. Ki.Mm FIa: 11__ r._ F1a...:. the. late, Senator William James ,, _, .' them.In, the', ;

Before he-was 30 be bad taken. a foremost valuable service in the future to r-a...Cape 1Ia#.N.s .JF. .u.. LawMK SUa- Brvan; t.
the people Of Florida and of the Nalon. .... P. Daaa. TlMlmaiii Mr.. Milton U of .
place among the public men of, aedPwUK.: Fla: A. A. a former latest and best styles "
+ his native state. At an when &> Ligi It--. Flat. MMtv .:.I.. Governor John Alton of Florida. ; .:,"; :;r
age Loll.KlaafaMiaa, Fla .... .... Mra. G. F. Krtbba, ,,' .
most men are. Just beginning to feel I I Senator Bryan was In many ways K4.imn.a: 1''.. H. A. --. .",. New York HT, He was 'bora In ,Florida forty-two. *; I / j'
t tbMrway, uncertainly and inconspicuously the. foremost young man of Florida. W.J Barbs, Kiaatemaa. FIa: H. C. Stanfovd.; years ago-! ) Respectfully,
along the treacherous pathway At the early age-of thirty-one, when It.n..7i CamofTKiMliamaa.4anl. tb.t Plaaiaat) Tana; 'The appointment of Mr. Milton Is

of usefulness and attainment, he his splendid career has been closed in. Annia Khalnnaa. FIe:; ...... W. W.alia'.;.kaus, X M.n1a y'te10. Moon." for the'unexpiredteroi.'of: the late ""., ; ,. .
had leaped full-fledged to the sunlit obedience to the Divine Will of God. i ; Mk.J..G.rdaw.Ktisn. Fla Mm Senator Stephen R. Mallory. which ..- .:;" ::1.. '

height. Mr. Bryan bad by the, example and ] J. Z. R.b. aoa. Kl.lma ., Fla: J/Rmor. Bar. Senator Bryan was filling 'at the time ".' ,'I.' !? If:, ,
tow fi
In a campaign of Intense feeling he activities of a clean, vigorous brave I W. .L.r.. $: and Ki...Mm.--Bleb i lai. ,Banaab KkwhaBiaa Du.,...Fla..,., of his death, and to which Iew. s ap , '....\\-i; I 4r ,u,:1 nP
had successfully managed the candi and manly life won the confidence and ....... .... K. ft. MeUormtck Olooatw O; pointed just three months ago.! ,,; .').- : \ ,

!'!) daopof friend for: high office, and respect of the people of Florida and M Kteaimnae tea Klma:' Dulawr.Fla Mra.: Gkwt .O, ..; MiRrireLeos.aiLina.. Asked what plans he.had made and '" r ....'1'. ,

'4had won the euloglum! which the people he devoted friendship and admiration Mm.jTliriJaanaluKlarimmaa. Flai. :" ..... I. ) what he intended to do In the .senate fII.. '. ,' I .
speak ,when they designate. a'coming of these with whom be' was ...0- BaantM. 1[___- Fla: Mlaa. B...la "" ma Mr.'Milton said: : 'I am !going to do ; : .. .'
man." ciated. He represented with uncommon Santera. FU; Miaa Florrla Lawaoo. KkMtaataa, 'ny duty as I see it." .,. '"
Fla L. A. Mini. .. ; !
Fla Mr K. O. ,
,But a few months beyond the minimum l. faithfulness. and conspicuous Mich: ..... '" .. ..,.. I.. ,
of' years which the. fathers of ability the highest sine and noblest t.on.Br. ..porM. Conn; Martin t. O'i.rrrtl. A Graceful: Tribute. r . 1... .
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the republic decreed. In their wisdom traditions of the people of Florida Kk+.lmaw.. Fla D. P. Sharp JackaoarOla..... J', 'q'I \'. j

-as a qualification for senatorial, honors and In .his untimely death. this 10laland & > J President Roosevelt) hat done a '-1 '%. f" 'I, ,1'
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Mr. Bryan succeeded to the seat devoted people are bowed. ID. < graceful In granting the''re I : '
thin I ,, :"\ l' t 1 '
of Ster.hen B. Mallory and going to great common grief. The Town Election. s. quest of Senator wllliam J. . ; ,; ; .'p. 1.' "' . .r" I
r:..., Learned ambitious and Bryan that the name r };- 11J 'S1' I
was placed by the side ofuihat eloquent The town election which Florida be given , ' /f : ;A, ( .
venerable statesman William universally poful..r. Senator Br'aowas last Satordav, passed;! off' was held to.one of the new battleships soon to ,-. :. > . '\I'f! v if" : ,p.
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verv quietlyOnly 'I. 1"1. "*
Plnckney! the idol be built. i, .,. - '
Wbyteof Maryland proportion of : .
forming one that % . ; : ; ;'': %-, ; '
office of Marshal and .I '
j .a striking contrast-the oldest and the the people of this state and his progress Tax -.This; request was.'probably the last "" "r- -"**, 'SK-n ,. .
: Collector .
youngest of Senators, one round Ing out at the bar. and in the councils of other old was contested for, the publlo act of the late. Senators He I t- : .', .'p''i..'' ,rflVVj': '''..',;'W'Mh, x'
officers
'-, a career of distinguished service the of the country was observed with feeing former being reelected<< to tbeU wrote very eloquent and able plea .-. / !'. '.v ''. fVf: ,J::; f.LK!I:,,. '..f
positions without I '
,'\, other Just taking the Initial steps,with of pride by all Floridians Yet Out of a total of over four opposition hundred to the President that the State of Flow > ' ..r'J". )M., .Rrrl,A Vi{';ft: '17\(I .,' >.',' I ,

all life's promise and achievement be- deeper and. stronger tier to the public qualified electors ida be recognised in this way, and fII :" " ; " ';,,, ,, 't " ,'. i,
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fore him. It was. a coincidence bothatrfking'asd affection Mr. Bryan''furnished in his 0"". only 'votes' were : amid the universal grief at bis unilasely E ..,..-. ,. ')YoJ'I': "' r ..,..v-'I. .'"';..\/. ., ...,.l "'1'A' :.. ..
sad that both stainless and unblemished character death this order ""I i.t. '.' "-' " ".. "" ." .
of these comes of the :' ;! 'Vjf.'it' t' -
n .-.the veteran and the novitiate of stateJrtraft In public and In private life His life and. The canvassed Council the met on Tuesday night s President granting the petition. :_: " .,,i\.\;. : ,'r.,,''.;' I '!f;! :'.. "rt...:., :., ..., . ..;" .. ..
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should have fallen ill together has been a. glorious. victory for himself lowing result returns and the fol The battleship Florida, when she I ''I .:" 1' ,:'':.,(.;'1. ,',>,: .\/ )I f : .! .' .
and that the funeral and record of honor for t.h.S..ate was officially declared: rides the "t ( W.ft.'If"i. \ ,.' . 1.. ; . ryat
eulogy of one waves on mission of either 'i ;t .. '
'. should precede by but a few days the bt Florid Total votes..st. . . ... . ,-. .. .. .%78 peace orwar, will be* In a sense; a .'1" ,. f," ,,,"."1: ,.i".., ,f""J\\!f.\ < j"" '.. .I.'; ".I." 'I'.: ., "' '...
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dirge that breathed the tidings of the It I Is directed that this resolution benscribed FOB MAYoa. memorial to the Ufa and service! of the I ,..1 ,},..' '':.... " '. I : .. ''L (., '"'J\ '
. passing of the other. upon a Dan of_th minutes brilliant young man whom the State )'t I ,1 ',', '.; ...', ," ,".', . ,
With what keen delight and anticipation l- of the Board of Commissioners ot T. M. Murphy. .. . . . . .. .. .. 177 mourns today. It will be recalled '" ..\ ,. ., ("" '1".... '1.. '))J' .1\"t, I ,' .r j',)
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did his admiring friends State Institutions to be set apart for FOR MARSHAL AND OOt.L OTOK. for years to oome.."ha... ha wrote the \ .'. ..',)'""rl4"'' ).;)>'r.I.'" '., .. ._
watch his advent into national fame tba..'purpoae. a copy hereof be furnished letter which resulted In the selection I. '. '. ,../: .1.t l;.",.j,, I .{ .
P. C. Hodges. . . . . . _. . ..
145 'of the
;a and note hi. presence In the capitol to the family of the deceased name of this State 'for the .-, .' '' -,'
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of the republic. And with what polgnant and copies be also furnished to the 013. Wood all . . . . . . . 123 mighty war.hlp.-Tamp. New. ." -'." \ :":

grief do they now attend the press. FOR TREASURKH. I ,''.l" ''i' .'
{ try silent return the coming'' of his dead N. B, BROWARD Governor Resolutions of Sympathy. I ..'. I . rl

body to find a resting place ao soon H. CLAY CRAWFORD Sec of State. J. Z. Koberson. .'. . . . . . . . .18 T I .,;-" /1c4..".," :"b'- \,I " ,;

In the soil of the state. he loved sox W. H. ELLIS, Attorney General. FOR CLICRK.; At a meeting of the class of '09,John ; :, ;, \y,;? r;. .
well and promised to honor so Illustriously A: C. CROOM, Comptroller. B. Stetson University Monday, :, '. ', i .: , }\ ''f
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J. . . . . March the $3rt the i I. ': h.: 1-/:; ; < wI
I From the triumphant note ..W. V. KNOTT State Treasurer RVGilbert .. . . .1\y/ following resolutions ..1 .. 1 F
of .W. M. HOLLOW AY .Pub.Io.t. were adopted: "J.f,1.I!;;, > ;," "
early suoce es our ears in sad ideas Supt FOR MEMBERS i OF COUNCIL. t .. ". \ .
$ .. .turn to the monody_that_saarks hat.kred B E. McLlN. Cum. of Agriculture. Whereas two of the uromjnent and ;;; .:. ;;; ,f /,i/If/ ,, 1 .: > ,'
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Hopes ana oiastea ; T. W. Ellis. . . . . . . . ., . .160 valued member. ..of.'thls:' clan r Miss S'" ... { r. ., . ., .,

and where we'had. hoped to amoitions place the I* M. Widden, . . . . . . . . .. . .18A y Elizabeth Carson and her brother I .,."', I':-1" ,' ', n.. t1"
Long Distance Mr. J. .M. Ca.rfcon.! h&va rafint.1witha met '." .. ., , "' t
laurel upon the exalted head e.are.f'1 Message. .. .; .. .. '
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pronounce the solemn "l ,squlescat." One of the I longest long distance Ksiocker their uncle the lIon. W. J. BraDt ( -
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oPersonal differences' and factional) messages on Record passed through is a man who can't see good in any junior'senator from Florida; and I : : ...., ;!;,," "

Jealousies may well be bushed in the Tampa Saturday night, when Toledo, person or thing. It's a habit caused whereas we, the members of the Junior "",v. '

tribute' that must be spoken for ene O., and Sarasota, Fla., were connected by a disordered liver. If you find Class of Stetson Unlveraltf, desire to __ :\
; ,who is thus out off. And this tribute' by 'ohone and 'parties at each that you are beginning to share with them the sad bereavement; _

will be all the more heartfelt because end of thejine conversed for several through blue spectacles treat sea things therefore be It. resolved: '. ;. : :, ; ... d

although his life W..' oast amid the minute., .transacting presumably, liver to a good cleaning out' process your That we, the members of the' Junior '. J." 't'

V temptation. of politics and public office some very pressing business. with Ballard's Herbine. A aure cure Class of Stetson University, hereby "

be preserved to the end a record. The distance between the two points for constipation' dyspepsia, Indiges extend to these our clasiroates aod
Is close to fifteen hundred miles. best Irl.nda. heartfelt' .
unimpeachable aod stainless. Such Connection tion, sickjjeadacbe, bllllousnesi all our sympathy ,
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r are all too rare in these days of was made between'' the two liver, stomach and bowel troubles in their deep grief., '

r 4''men,) ', and graft.'of "pull" aid pre points by way of Clnclnnattt Ohio Sold by Roberson's And also be It resolved: That a *#

ADd William JamesVryan, Demorest-. C., Jacksonville and Pharmacy.Announcement. copy of these resolutions be sent to :' ;,1': '4 {

,dead at 81, may well be an inspirationand T..mpa.-Tam. a Time. -- Mr. and Miss Carson and to the papers -, ( 'W"DAN' N. .h:" N
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an example to Florida youth for of'De Lend and Kissimmee.. < -I j

years SO come a blessed memory of J CLAKUSSIK: MCKINNON, "' .
achievement that .was. not'won by duplicity J. V., Came Dead. I have decdeCI1.o postpone my trio > KUZABKTH HUUHtETT, .

and :'ouqDlng of honor that I to New York for'a.hort. time 1 and during LOULIK SNKAD, , .
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BERKMAN UNDER
ARREST
.. though It was a passing bell, ,
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w.,1' "He Is coming;' Mid Jeannette, la ,

:\ a warning voile Notorious Anarchl.t'Lsadsr'' Suspected Florida News Notes

-*. rfi( W'oARD. ;' As It the did not know that! as If .
of Being Implicated In Bomb Throw-
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f 33jfZ.5! she did 'not see, though her/'faco/ was a..
I I Btlll averted., the little boat gliding Ing Affair In New York City.

iei I OB A TALE OF CONEY MADHESS. swiftly up the stream Impelled by.I .... .... .... ... .... .... ..... ..... ... y ...... y -
.-. those sinewy arms, and the shapely Alexander Bcrknian. the anarcMs .. i
I. -. .- -: I:) 'head with Its crisp btown locks; and. leader who nerved) A long term in' prison Statement by State Fair treasurer. Banker Charles Convicted.

By JAMES!: PAYNe .. the form tbat Mad once been as Altailo's ; tollowJ.zg; circular ,letter sent XI 'B. Charles! the Mississippi banker .

., .. -.-sirer..-.- .. (. I to her eyes, but was now .odious ', for an attempt! to assassinate Henry The convicted In Psngacola, -of tiding, ,

......................erer............. as Apollyon'a. C. Frick, was taken Cato custody by out by the treasurer -of j the Florida ,
The canoe shot noiselessly to the State Mid-Winter Fair Association- Is cad'abetting, George the police lit New York Monday. Ho
A. CHAPTER V. 6 "My there is only one way :
darling :1
bank, and he stepped out to meet her ear-c4zplanatorl1 then cashier of the Pensacola Bank
of doing best returned Aunt taken Bellevue hospital and '
Continued. your with a fleetingbin lie. was tp )'
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"Dear 8.." It ran; riYour absence Maria. "I beg I entreat of you, -uxit "Well," he said, "I am come and confronted with Bfrlig Sllversteln, the Trea urp-f's (Jfifce"of the Florida and Trust company the issuanceof j

last evening disappointed me /immensely to attempt to'I'Play fast and loose In with all 'the caution that an Indlad man who Is Chargedwith having) State Mid-Winter Fair" Association! exchanges with Intent to defraud, .:

,! I hope you really\ had "a the matter. Duplicity deception uses In one of Cooper's novels butI 'thrown the bomb at the Union Square'\ Tampa, Floi-..-To: Whom It May ; languishes I In the! county jail; although '1 +,

bad headache mean that It was are things that my "brother would tell you fairly that I am tired of.all meeting Saturday 'cern! Owing to the gre'at number o.n-I he/ has announced his) Intention of asking ,)

bona fide and not a ruse, (Mr. perry' never never forgive she think this shying end shirking, and mean The detention of Berkman by the ters which have keen received at this j lora, new trial, and his bond PendIng -' '
education had been classical and did<< Sophy shuddered; was to put an end to It." has been fixed at $2- C,
4 of what done,, not of what police was brought about through the office making Inquiry as to when tie 1! a decision
ing wall
nos1nclude'spellinge or the modern had held\ out her hand but he }
She In Sllversteln's Mid-Winter Fair Asso. l i boo: Charles wihen" be' was arrested 7
finding In Brook
she was about to da, .j rooms Florida State .
{languages) The truth U, I have had had taken no notice of !It; his face '
t ? enough of this sort of thing and am !:J31t down at once, Sophy, .like a was flushed, not with the exercise he lye of a card beatng'! .Berkman's'name. elation will make payment of the pre.mhlm8 six weeks agog and brought "to Pen- h

getting' tired of It. For. all that I good dear girl, and'write to this unhappy had taken, for such feats were featherweights This card, which was made out In Sil awarded at .the recent state ''sacola, .stated that he was" then en- .4 y f,

n see of you, we might ns well be like young man-I suppose you with him but, as she was versteln's name, certified to his memborshlp fair, 1 feel It my duty as treasurer I Igagl'd in organizing.the First National ,5

your friend next door and her fasclnttlng must write to Mm-the simple truth.\ well aware, with anger. In the 'Anarchist Federation of the, association to make the follow )I Hank .or Genada, Miss., and that wlUi-!

': young lawyer.ln town. Moreover It Is no* as If you were giving up of "If we ard going" to talk" he said, Union." It bore the signature of "Al ing explanation: I In a few weeks this bank would opfnIts Vi ,

i something has' occurred that your own free will-though I hope looking toward\ Jeannette, "though examder Berkman." ".That the matter may be entirely doors for business He also stated ,

1 makes It necessary to hurry matters, change you are of doing mind that to also.ilend,There but simply la,no I nothing you can say will make any Tae; police say that -Berkman, when: clear to: those Interested, 'I will tall that be had long been in the banking ,

and about what I must talk to yon of circumstances. Your gurdlan difference J promise you there hadbetter shown; the signature at police headquarters ,attention to the fact that all premiumsare business at Brcokhaven, Miss., and
at once., -I shall drop In at the usual ono )
: be no' listeners. At this
time to-day., wnless-J see or hear anything has forbidden you to hold any further acknowledge that It was his. paid'cut of a fund which Is appropriated I biB brother Is now cashier of a Mlsslsslppl -
broad hint the worthy maid retired a
to the contrary; \but It will be communication' with him, and you few paces, not wlthout'a contemptuous When he was sought out by news for this purpose by the leg- banklmglhiatitutlon/ The penalty r \

much better, if 1 can have! a word ; mve no alternative but to obey. You sniff and left the young coupleto paper men after the tragedy I of Sat- Islature. It therefore follows tha1J'i provided tor such offenses ot S, '

with you elsewliere say, at the old have only to write dial. their colloquy. ;. urday and told that his cignalture had premiums cannot be paid until the which Charles. baa: been coni'icteddoosd, : p

mill. If I don't see you I shall wait Only that! A crooked smile "Well, what is it, Sophy! You been ..found In Sllversteln's home, he amount appropriated! has been transferred not exceed ten years at, hard labor. ,

for a line In Green street up ,to 4 played upon poor Sophy's lips Then, say something serious has happened denied acquaintance: the wounded -to the treasury of tIle\ association Additional charges of forgery and aA' ,r t\ '

o'clock, That young dried-herring, after a long pause she once more" You can't' mean to Bay that the governor man, and said that if It ,were true' that by the state *. perjury have ben filed in the' criminal -

Adalr,,was at the ball last night by murmured: "I will do my beat has heard of my visit last the signature had been' found It undoubtedly It seems from a miscalculation that court against Charles. i

the bye, looking, I thought. deuced This time Aunt Maria found no night, I If so, that jade yonder has for based the 1\\ ,
appropriated
C fault with that expansion, but pushed was attached to sonie formal the last legislature These charges are upon
nasty, That he suspects something, '
I'm pretty certain; but he didn't lUll a' little wr'lIng' .table to her compan betrayed us. letter with reference' to a' request various purposes more money than : contract which Charles introduced In
"She has not Herbert
pest how very nearly I was wringing ion's side, and set pen' and paper be- betrayed us, ; that he deliver an address before some has thus far been 'available, which Is Ms rtccnt trial which purported to :

I ti his neck. Only a small matter, you fore her. She had the sense to see I and wish true that as every Jeannette one was; as nor faithful do I> society. He said that many requestsof evidently due to thj failure-, ot the be .a:' agreement between him and y, t'..

!Will say, but still, another reason why that the time for talk was over, and know that my guardian has discovered this kind coijie) to him and,I 3t frequently people to pay taxes, on account of tho !Scudamoro.,! .

the present state of things must be also] that the girl should be left to that frightful Imprudence of they are made by persona unknown general depression prevailing for the i>

'Put an end toAu revolr. Yours, herself to think yours; but he-has found- out some to him.Silversteiu last several months.I : A long petition! has been' filed by '1w

II. P." "Shall I be In your way If I "wait thing 'you have done-I daresay who was frightfully Injured desire to assure those Interestedthat the! truckers, and other business Ileor.jrI'; 'r F

It Is scarcely In nature that a till you have written your note? equally rash-and has forbidden you by the explosion of {the bomb r Saturday ? the association has taken all ueceesary pie of Martin and vicinity, asking the J.
displeasure Sophy shook her head, and with a
should with '
lady regard -
: young the house." I and made effort! In require the At '
commission
trembling hand net down a sentenceor was reported as matting considerable steps' every railway to
the Impatience of her lover, :
yfi' even though the Inconvenience of Its two. and placed It In an envelope. "Has he, begad? returned the progress toward recovery. its power to have tha funds or money lantlc Coast line to give better service 4

display, should be ever so obvious; "Quite right, my dear; the shorter young' man with a contemptuous Two detectives have gone from New appropriated for thls purpose transferred 'In the way of telegraphic communl- < J
"We'll about that. Sothat's
but Sophy's little brow had such ,jat'' the; better" said Aunt Maria, approv sneer all. Is It?"see York .to seine unnamed city in the to its treasury, -but so far has cation.: The truckers are going to; suffer ron

frown on It suggested a padlockon ingly.! "You will promise me to sendIt northern part of New. York state to received no definite Information from because: of the recent retrenchment
"No, It is not 'all. I am forbidden -
a miniature, or a grenadier keep- i Sophy" ? It- had better be posted at after to-day to hold any com- search for members of an anarchist the state treasury department when the part of the railroad and telegraph ,"

Ing guard over a jewel-box. Her once munication with you whatever." group who Bed from the city after the money will bo available.As lines. The service Is being !impaired.
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blue eyes were wide and tearless; her "Yes, Jeannette shall take It. "On pain of the canon's high displeasure the bomb explosion Saturday. Boon a. the association has such Recently theorder carne from "
Aunt Marla stooped and kissed the
delicate features ,were haggard with I suppose? That may,affect Detectives also are reported to be Information It will be slve:10 the headquarters 'to cut out the Instruments -
7m anger and fear "A selfish, heartless girl alrectlonatl"t"The surgean'sknife chorister in his cathedl'al.but W C. BKOREIN. Martin. TliU IB of the .
"but Home boy searching for the haunts of anarchists; public at one ,
Is keen there Is
letter" she said to herself "a eh/e -sivld,
cruet letter Then, looking up; In health in Its use. God bless you, my not m(", Now I tell you what I In Paterscn, N. J-V; and It Is reportedthat Treasurer Florida State MidWinterFair most 1m portrait, shipping places on

'her trouble and perplexity she darling; you will be better now that mean to do. Perhaps to-morrow, the police-( departments of Chi "'- .,(,ell1l1oll.Tho the line and the people feel keenly In ;
the next but at all
perhaps day,
caught sight of her own face In the this weight Is off your mind," and, cago, Denver, =New Orleans: and San the matter
events before the term Is over, Imt'an
'al.... "You fool!" she exclaimed, with another kiss she left.her. to claim wife." Francisco have bm'n'askt'd to. cooperate Indications are that Vance John- -- ,

apostrophizing it with sullen bitter Poor Sophy did riot look like one "Then will you ruin as my us both." with the Xew{ York )police in their eon, colored: who was convicted' at tlC; As a result "T bring Jammed by all

s ness. "You mad and wicked fool!" who has had a weight taken off her "Speak you for yourself, Sophy! As' efforts to discover any accomplice of last term of the circuit court at Pulatkaof I Immense \Vhllc-heud torpedo( edfrom

y There was a knock at the door, mind. She rose wearily from her for me I knowrny own business better SNvcrsteln. murdering John A, Qemiand at Edgar her Ilia! torpedo boat lllukely' of the,
<<:chair and, passing Into the opposite ; I
and she trust' the letter, hastily l tobel" than you can tell me. You talkas Berkman'a visit to tha hospital where In Putnam county, will be a freeman fleet now at l'enllacnln engaged Inpractice. '
room, placed a large oblong card .
bosom
a. Mss Aldred 'entered if had belongings but he confronted with; Sllvlsteln of the tho dock
A the,room. In the window that looked upon the you no yomrguardian. was after tho approaching term Is out on naval
road. Such a sign In London "houses Youhave a fatherinlaw failed to bring any show of recognitionon circuit "Come, my dear I am glad to
kf have tee means that the delivery cart, or the though he Is hot aware of the the part of( the two men. to the supreme court, with the result water! line on the port side, while a'
you' little color in
a your fact who Is father I
Cheeks," said; Aunt Maria, kindly.I dustman is to call. In her case It my and quite as .As Sllvenstaln's eyes are sightless that the -decision cf the lower court board of Inquiry him been named to t"
y a fish to deal with as the
"!'| hope that mean you feel better" meant something' quite different. To queer canon and covered with bandages, two: detectives baa been reversed. The: general sentiment conduct an Investigation and ascertain
t can be. Just because I am not muchof
c, "I never thought there was much certain eyes which would presently Is dissatisfied with engaged Berkman .In a spirited In In favor of acquittal, as circumstances why the torpedo boat was unabe! to

ttie. matter with 'me, said Sophy, catch sight, of It, from the other side I 'career'a reader.he-so he calls It-at the university my- conversation In Yiddish as the trio have 'arisen and evidence. move from the track of the torpedo.The .
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with a little hi..terlca.1l.ugh. "But, of the way. It would algnl'ty.My and since, as he says, I don't' stood bx the side of Sllversteln's cot, secured which will undoubtedly clear I latter, costing $5,000 was lost, evidently -

'+ ot course the.doctor bad to find out guardian" Is at home; you must not seem inclined to do any good here:.. at the same time watching the wounded Johnson when the case goes to trial having sunk. The commander.of

.' something.- t.: suppose be.aUd 'the I call that, is, take my dt'gree-be has announced man elorely for any sign or move- I again. the Blakely declined .to discuss the
heart;' they always, say ;the heart,' Then she rang for her maid his intention of taking which Indicate
my ment might recognition accident merely stating that he and
this
"Jeannette must take
"at' you
because nobody can get It and .
note to Green street,*' name off the college books. Here'shis of Berkman's voice. Nothing of this The crusade which Captain; Barnard, bis crew were not at fault
them to be In the
prove wrong.
letter, received this morning; kind occurred. chief of sanitation Is making
do Miss hat'ouare Tampa's ,
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'not "I hope Sopby. r'
bad
1 hope IV* so as that amusing under the circum '
j returned Aunt Maria with some significance. not going to do anything' rash," answered stances very An ,opening has occurred, against the mosquito, promises to rid What Is claimed to be the! largest)j I

"If'' you are really better the girl, hesitatingly.Jdgshi It seems, Jn the flush" and I am to GILLETTE SENT TO DOOM the city and vicinity of thla pest- during cargo of mahogany ever brought to a- a

>, ,and ca ear It. I have a word or*two :: what should put that Into be sent off to Australia to fill It.. A. ,the coming; summer. The sanitary taU port was landed at Pensacola, a

;;v t4J say to you.Sophia." your head I shall want you to walk likely jokethough one pointof Youth Who Betrayed and MurderedGirl department, has already supplied over few days ago, when the British ;

Here( Sollh hid her face; which out with" "me!, this afternoon'. at'' 4 view'' it is at least as serious as Dies 'In Electric Chair ' 250 water tanks and cistern with learner Venue' entered from Ballze, 'd

'.i t 'bad suddenly crown scarlet. o'clock' surely anything you, have told me." Chester E. Gillette Monday paid the small fish, which, It Is claimed, will with 3.000 large logs The vessel) was. 4
"But meet Mr. Perry,
\ r. "I do not wish, continued Aunt l1uOt'tO' "But, my dear Herbert," pleaded penalty of the brutal ,murder of Grace entirely' eliminate',the mosquito from docked; .t Tarragona street wharf of ..
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fr Maria, looking at her fixedly '"toreproach ? ,, ,'-; ,;,,V I ;..1;:"V.v"Yes ,- ,. .
very 1 it must be done.,' said Sophy, Sophy laying:; her hand on his arm, Brown, the girl whom he led astray. these places, a'ld. besides, they propose the Louisville and Nashville. railroad, '.
for what IB' and s
ft. ;:jrou put changing her light tone foe!;: one of "why should ,you.not go to Australia He went to 'his death In the electric to begin the surfacing of the and the work of discharging the cargo 1
;> cone,, Sophy; but your proceedings for the twelve months that
Just
during that period, were 'not what bitter gravity -must elapse, before our"marriage is chair! at Auburn; N. Y., prison with. twenty or twenty-five ponds In and commenced at once The mahogany Is

'. they should have teen I fear Even "But consider; you are both ,known made public By complying with out a sign of weakness and with the around the city limits with a creosote for Louisville firm, and Is the n-ctxnd J k

*? ," .o fay; as ,they came tinder my ob- so, well" and It will be broad daylight .- your father's wishes you will help to same lack of emotion which has characterized and carbolic liquid preparation, whichthey lug cargo to be received ,within two a A

if servatlon, they dissatisfied me,'and I make matters easy for us. By waitIng him from the day )he, was have fully demonstrated .Is quick weeks by the firm the first coming

felt called upon, as you remember ."Never mind; "it will 'be, I trust, a little longer we) shall not have arrested charged with the crime. Gil- death to the mosquito and its progenitors. from the Gold Coast of Africa, and Is

to say something concerning them-- for the last time. cause to. fear opposition. And then lette appeared to have been fully reconciled said to have been the first sh'ipment

though I did not say all-to my "Tbat's.wbat, you always say. consider the safety of such an ar to his fats, and in a statement from that country to Pensacola. ) 5 +
,; t brother. It' would been better urged the waiting maid, "but yet it
have rangement-how much better than advisers preparations made
given out by Ills spiritual Great are being
happens again and again. The pitcher -
perhaps jf I bad been frank;
more
will go too otten to the well Miss all these risks and dangers. We can Immediately/ after the execution 'It Is by officers of the Florida State troops At Key West, Postofflce Inspectors B.

..stlll,1tj was partly, allevents, to, Sophy; Indeed, Indeed It wilt" write to one another, you know; and indicated that he had made a confession In Jacksonville and throughout the D. Beatt'y. Fred Rodgers and A. D. '
shield from I then thought
you what think how delightful it will be to feel
to be his uncalled-for "There will be no one to blame but of his guilt. This statement was state generally for the approaching Brltton arrested James IX Roberts,
displeasure; that the time is getting less and less
and I have some right perhaps to myself, even If It does Jeannette," every month and every week, to the as follows: convention of the Florida National j mailing clerk, and Charles Lamblas, ,

look for a little"gratitude from you answered Sophy, with a sigh; "here pprtod when we shall meet without "Because our relationship with Chesr Guard Association) which Is to be held stamping clerk, Roberts being chargedwith

In"conBequence. I shall find It. you la the answer" to his letter. Just fear, never to part again." ter Gllette was prlvllageu", we do not In Jacksonville on' April 9 and 10 This detaining letter mall, apd Lam- *

:,, shay?", (Sophy's lips had murmured leave It. He shook her hand off with angry t deem It wise to make a detailed state will be the fifth annual convention of bias with robbing the malls. A decoy: 't s"

'' something to that effect: ) "Very ,It ran as follows: vehemence and laughed derisively. ment, and simply wish to say that no the assolcatlon, which Is composed of letter was sent through the offlceV ) 1'

good, All 1 ask of ;you then, is to 'Dear 1f.I cannot answer your "That is a very pretty proposition, legal mistake was made' In his electro officers and ex-officers of the Florida which caused the arrest Roberts was
note In writing, nor answer it as
> the debt Into you
-pay you owe your own wish at all: Something very serious upon my soul; what tenderness and cution." State Troops The Florida railroads held under a $200 bond, and Lamblas
account., No'return for anything I
has happened. J'will meet you behind affection it exhibits! And how very Gillette, himself, so far as the public have granted a rate of one and a under a $SOO bond; to await trial at tie t''
tr, have done f of.):ou can, I alBure- you like what the conduct of a newly y
I. be'' more agreeable to me than that the.mill at 5 o'clock," married' wife should be! I have no was concerned, never admitted his third fares, on account of the occasion.' May term of the United States court. .

you' should act wisely and for your doubt you could bear the twelve crime. t
own. good In this matter. It Is a CHAPTER VI. months' separation with great pb.llosophy Deeds transferring the plant property When asked his Intentions upon entering -

more serious affair than you yourself A Tryst. and not without some trust SUBSCRIPTION ORDER MODIFIED. 'franchises and all' rights of the upon his official duties Senator '

t? have any Idea of, and I tremble- "Beside the pleasant mill at In the 'chapter of accidents' whereby Pensacila: Water company to the city Milton said: "I am going to do mr-y. '

think of the'consequences that"Hnay Trutnplngton" says Wordsworth, "we It might easily happen that I shouldbe Newspapers Can Credit Subscribers of Pensacola were transferred: a few duty as I see it." This statement I. u
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dl follow contrary course of conduct. laughed with Chaucer in the hawthorn lost at sea, or shot at the gold diggings If It's a Mutual Agreement. days ago, the city paying to( the com the keynote of the new senator's char

Tou have hitherto only seen one side shade," but it was/ with no expectation -' and Miss Sophia Gilbert would The postofflce department has again pany tile! sum of $187,500.! The deal acter. Mr. Milton's appointment walt i irk
of your guardian's character; It Is Indeed of merriment. that Miss Sophia '
find another husband to her 'V
more modified its recent order In regard to for the purchase of the property was made three months and a day after
good all around, but though so Gilbert, accompanied by her mind." ,
lapsed subscriptions and will permit made several months ago: and the .appointment of tha late Senator, .
tender and lenient Id the erring, It IBJlot faithful waiting maid, Jeannette, "How can you be so unkind and : i
newspaper and magazine publishers transfer was to have occurred on Jan. Bryan wboae death Is so deeply deplored
so to-forgive me, but I only use took her way thither' that May afternoon talk of such horrid things, Herbert
1 his own expression-scamps. and The first time she had visited Of course I should be very miser to continue to send their publications uary 1, but this could not be done by throughout Florida, and 'Is for d

,' scoundrels lie Is as suspicious of the place was at a little picnic during aple 'while you were away; but- to subscribers whose subscriptions reason of the fact that the city did not the ad Interim term made vacant by ,

i evil-doers as he Is charitable and the long vacation, with Aunt Maria er---" have expired provided the subscriber at that time have the money necessary the death of Senator'.g.\ R. Malory. { at

trustful to the rest of his fellow-crea and a few friends, and there by accident "Ah! you may well say "but-er'I"! requests that It be done to take over Its first public, i utility. 't' :

tures. And It IB certain that Mr. Herbert she had first met with Herbert Interrupted the young man with aneer. The whole end sought by the depart I Mike Tolen, a prominent farmer, re "-
.. Perry has found his way Into his Perry Six months ago she had "It's 'butter' Indeed. You '
ment Is to prevent publications having Fire at Lakeland burned about one- siding between Lake City and Fort
black'' books. It Is not without adored the man, of whom she was
f rea- know how to lay It on with trowel
a
; fraudulent subscription lists from half of the block between Kentuckyand Wnlte, on the Atlantic Coast Line, was '
,
son that he has ,clandestine wife .and now-now ,
got there, be assjired ; but it is quite' wasted on me, I as-
i Of. tbat, Sophy, though I do not wish -she hardly dared to say to herself sure you. Try It on the canon, with sending their publication Indefinitely Tennessee avenues, on' Main\ ,. murdered by unknown parties on his ,
once they have a man's name on their street. The buildings destroyed farm at an early hour of the
to distress you with the disgraceful what she thought of him, with what whom it may be of use. You have I morning
e details; but .the point is that:there be abhorrence she looked forward to'a deceived him long enough with palaver lists. They do -not wish .to prohibita l longed to W B. Donacker, and ... be-I. Sam Tolen, a brother of the dead man, I 4

.Is. Your guardian's prejudices, especially future which must be linked with his, ; 'now you'll have to undeceive htmwith legitimate publisher from crediting old landmarks. Stocks: of several firms was murdered by unknown, parties last '

:.1. when they are well founded; with what apprehension a"hd dismay palaver." legitimate subscriber It If Is agreeableto were entirely destroyed or badly dam-j summer The trouble Is the outcome \

'; ,i"r" *. fixed: as his attachments; and' she pictured; the Immediate consequence I "And It I was, as you say, to un both. aged. All were fairly well of a family feuds

.,a this, ease I am very certain nothing 'of his obstinacy and rashness, deceive him," returned Sophy, very 't

.'f, will move him. I am to, say from should ,he persist-In his present be- white and quiet "what do you sup. NEAL BANK DEPOSITORS APPEAL Tho fruit and vegetable growers of The army steamer ,'Chlcasau was ,- S
him that Mr. ,Herbert havior. Yet it was curious that'she
,, Perry Is never would happen *
pose Polk county have recently organizedthe launched] at thePensacola navy yard
to. cross the threshold of this housjs I felt more angry with herself for her '
To be Continued.
Georgia Supreme Court to Pass Upon Polk County Fruit and Vegetable the past week. Little iUss
's
with Illllprit sit
.gala. If yon meet him elsevhereV i folly' than him for bill cruelty; "
/ or bold any communication with him, and as every now and then, she Both Congress ana Senate of Spain Clearing House Certificates. Growers' Association. The specific and ,Foreman 'christened' the Vessel. Th." m ,

fit will,, be In direct disobedience to stopped by the water's side and gazed rest every year and the reigning mon The Issuance of clearing; Tiouse cert1r1catesgrowlng' Immediate purpose of the association Chlcasau waa" constructed, at the 'Pei"taw

tig', your guardian's wishes-rare you UsP : on her own Image she;murmured as arch has the power of 'convoking, sus out of the failure of was to take' tip with, the Interat te. lacola n$ '__'y&r4-lor-th& ot the; 'sh

:s tenlng towhat I say Sophy" before, "You fool] you mad and pealing or dissolving,them but ln
4 t ;' "1 have beard every' -words" antw wicked tool!" latter'cese'a hew cortef, must fit within the Neal Bank at Atlanta, haabeenan_ .
red thegirl,'' in,;. 'Asltchoked'whlspit .She bad' 'reached c the end' of the three months.' .. roJed f'n taouprema-gOUi rt. The case and\ shipped from, the section 'Delegates 'charge of the fortifications '* i

=?though,,as her'',Companion : peninsula! and 'Vas about to tart ..,.....J,1. . .. Illvol.el$30.0.000.and was brought by were .elected to represent Uf provement.. work at Mobile! nlnet41' ',
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|4t\ noticed,',with somi"suri>rise...0h>e.jva..' :w haa-'the-sllvcMr beat'' of a paddle The first typewriter ever made appeared depositors of the Neal Bank to have association before' the Interstate Commerce -' will be ready for servlc.- within! ?

ot-la'tersTJrrrlH"d' < my beat; tinyhir7besI truck upon a r eartlH'' that, Very : '' in"1714, the work.,0(, HenryMills. the rtlcates declared illegal. Commissionin! Jacksonville ,, ;
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v I-POPULISTS--Of-.GEORGIA- MEXICO CITY SHAKEN.. I -
r 'SEVEHTY'MEfrDEAbAs O'BDURATE-'
JUDGE
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.. tot I) 't ;saf: .G.

'Through Executive Committee, Condemn startnqtiaks Disturbance".. Dsnv .w 'th severe ;' ,,

';" ,f/l?,.*i, Result of Tqjriflc( ? '!Expfoslon -' vyv7iputjutv PrcsentAdmlnlstrstlon$ a stiuf! Ticket... and Prltchard, Hpl ''S'r"HiSGlp: 4,1 In* age In to_Wild Many Paulo Buildings Among,:aid pOp Result,.. I I Headaches '

,
,- ., Carolina 'Dispensary Case"' when
$ in,Coal. Mine; Mexico Qlty experienced two sever I
A'fesol tlon
condemning; the preeen
earthquake shocks Thursday
:
state administration a* exemplified by 'The (
Best
shock which occurred In
HORROR' MOST FRIGHTfUL thepre.ent.) governor;,and calling for a WON'T'OUST'fcECElVERSi the afternoon., lasted '< minutes, 'and

r state convention, subject to t.4., call of .. 28' seconds, and did liuie damage. t tw
'
t i The'second shock which occurred ,0
the chairman at
out state
to put a pop-
Action of State Supreme Curt\ I ?
Majority of Victim Lost Lives the" : 8:17: o'clock Thursday nlaht.''''IIC much e
ulUt ticket down
f/t-ut from "governor .
Was Taken After His Ord.1"8W.re more evere. Four persons'were Injur. "
In Heroic Efforts to Save Others.Bodies and ar.lrrr 1IIi1/
the selection of forty-nine delegate Issued He le Net ed during the w
and
Entombed Far , quake one ot them mortally .. ., ..
Are to the national convention St.Louis Bound 'by Decision. add' great damage! was done lo M
Under Earth. Will. CurS' You.The
was the action of the 'Georgia ,- buildings.- ., !}
f state: populist executive'committee" Judge Prltchard, la the United'States Walls were cracked and clocks allover liver fa the maln-eprlnir for tho whole bed?. To expect
+ A. special from Cheyenne Wyo.. circuit court at lAthevllle.; N. C.,. Friday the city 'Were stopped. The theater good health; one must keep the liver In good order.! To do BO
meeting In'the senate chamber at, At In the -
needed. Horbtno will pntyour liver condition
u
Between fifty-five and seventy molten'' crowds rushed jto; the streets. 71ie" a regulator
says, :. l nta' 'Tusday.A1 declined! to grant the ,,presented it; should be and you will not cutler from headaouea. f''
I men. It developed Sunday, lost their, 'I' by counsel for the South Carolina . people are greatly alarmed over the repeated -
heated discussion was precipitatedby shocks., A number of waits A POSITIVE CURE
lives in two explosions Saturday< and dispensary. commission In the suits hUG
a resolution which not only rapped against 'It by whisky firms that the fallen. F r'.a' short time t telegraph .
eight la coal mine No. 1 'of
jFaturda.y CHILLS AND
CONSTIPATION
communication
the
present administration but endors court- d.1 mll8" ''the- receivers( it' had was Interrupted. FOR ,

the l Union Pacific Coal company at ed the candidacy of Joseph, II. Brown named tor the $$800,000 dispensary .fund The ebock: was felt OYer'an'/'area of ,' FEVER BILIOUSNESS MALARIA

$ a rfitf H.ariai.: The 'explosions were caused It"' was apparent that\ this resolution and abrogate Its jurisdiction. some six) alias tram: north to south ANDALLLIVER'COMPLAINTS.' ,:

" '-i by gases and coal dust, and each was was going to bring on a dlscussloa that Counsel for\the commission argued expending Itself svt Guanajuato: on, the .

followed 4>y lire would last Indefinitely, so Chairman J. that since the federal: ,court ,has made north, and Rlncon .Antonio oa the soutX: Has Done A World Of Good. r
M J, Holroway promptly named a committee Its orders, the supreme court ot South Calle Ban Franclsoo, the main thoroughfare -
The first explosion occurred at 3 'of three on resolutions'to nettle Carolina had decided against it In the of the city, was cracked In Mrs. O. Dl: Phtlley, Marble rail Texas- writes t "I hare "!

o'clock, killing eighteen mIners, lu- the matter. This committee waa out taandamus" proceedings) brought, by Attorney places for many blocks ,It !la feared twod Uerbine and find it the best liver corrective I have over:
eluding a superintendent and three tried. It done family aa well aa myself! a world of good, A
my
; but -ticca and with that the
a short returned General Lyon,, to compel It to shocks will be repeated.. It and I recommend it to all my rlonds. I uovor auger from
bosses. the resolution shorn of the endorse-. payout of the fund $15,000 .(or criminal has been many'yelLts since successive 'headache. anymore." ,

j_ The second explosion occurred at ment of Mr. Brown, and amalgamated prosecutions. It was argued that under shocks of any severity have been felt SUe: WILL BUY,, IT. *

W, 10S0o'clock,, Saturday night, snuffing with ,i a calf for a state convention to the supreme court rules the federalcourt In the city. All. of the' Injured were ..
out the lives of from forty to fifty rescuers name a populist ticket.. Mexican workmen. '
was bound to accept the Interpretation Ballard Snow Liniment Co.
1 Including; State Mine Inspector The resolution passed with only two by tile state court. -

', D. M, Kile. dissenting vote' It Is aa follows( : Judge Prltchard's opinion holds that STEVENS DIES OF WOUNDS. 500"502'N. Second,St.* ST. LOUIS, MO.. ...

The i wildest excitement prevailed on "Resolved, by the representative Cl while he might have been bound by the -

t Sunday in llanna and at the mine, the populist party here assembled, Thai Interpretation of tho.South Carolina supreme Korean's. Bullet Proved Fatal to Am.r. ,

i where hundreds of persons congregated we deplore the disastrous poljcles of court, It It had been rendered lean"Diplomat. Sold and Recommended by

including widows children and oth-- the present state administration as exemplified prior to his decrees there is no rule Durham White Stevens, the 'dlplo. .. "

era relatives of the victims. Men bands and by the present governor and to "cause him to accept adto letaohpto matist' shot by Wan 'Chang, a young For Sale at ROBERSON'S' DRUG STORE.

.' women ran about wringing their we think tho- best Interests of the,farm. cacao! him to adopt the interpretation Korean, on Monday died at the St. .
'r+ 4, and crying, while ninny little children, ers, laborers and business men of the rendered after he had decided although Francis hospital Wednesday night following .' .- I

: t separated from their mothers, sobbed state would be well conserved by a he would yield to such interpretation an operation. Death was duo

with fear. change In the administration. to peritonitis. The operation disclosed KISSIMMEE
It he had any doubt as,to the .
The bodies of four of the eighteen "That It Is our desire to call a populist correctness of his ruling, but he had, that the assassin's bullet had perforated I i
men who }lost their laves In the first convention in the capitol, Atlanta none. the Intestines In six places. '

r explosion were found Saturday night for the purpose of putting!: out a full Counsel for the commission then presented Wan Chang, when Informed at thejail RIVER tOtTT.E. :

but owing to the Increasing volume of at'Any state populist ticket, from, 'governordown" papers for appeal and prosecution of Ills victim's death received the ,

gas which threatened to explode bond was fixed at 1000. news without surprise and with man!. .
"" moment no effort was made to The section referring to the candidacy test delight STEAMER LILLJE. 8TKA.MER KOSBAOA..

remove them to the surfaca. of Hon. Joseph M. Brown, which HEFLIN Ubtb PISTOL Since the day of the shootlrg Chang Captain Clay Johnson, Sr. Captain Clay Johnson, Jr. ,

/ Fire, started In the colliery Sunday was stricken out, was 'as follows: has been expressing the hope that Regular veeltlr trips to Basslnger .-*d return; Rostada leaves Klsslss* r

I :-. Jjf' March 22nd. Since that time attempts "WViereas, Hon. Joseph M. Brown, a -r- Stevens' wounds might prove fatal.. nee Tuesday morning, and arrives rUsslmmes Friday evening

I, ,/ at regular intervals 'were made to extinguish patriotic and capable! business men. In Alabama Congressman Shoots Negro Wednesday night, when asked If he Special Charter Trips to Lake OkesOobee and Fort, Mere on the UlUe>

the blaze. Saturday it was whom the elements of Intellect and affection and a White Man, While, Riding was sorry for what ha had done. Chant Comfortable accommodation tor passearers.; Rates reasonable.. >>
'?) deemed unsafe to send the miners are admirably commingled! fit. on a Street Car In Washington. said: The 'most. picturesque Waterway In Florida .

;' "." .,, down Into the workings and they were ting him In a rate degree for the proper "No, I am glad. He was no friend For Passenger: and Freight'' Rates apply to |

', ',' told not to report for duty. Superintendent discharge of the great responsibilities In a desperate affray on a Pennsylvania of Korea, and he Is better dead. CLAY JOHNSON. SR.. Proprietor.On ,

r Brlggs, with the best and of, this exalted -office, we, therefore avenue car'in Washington Fri. board "IJHI.." Klsslmmee.rut

'. most experienced hands In the camp heartily commend his candidacyto : day night a negro and a white man BATTLE LINE OF DEMOCRATS .. a

went into the 'mine the Intrepid- daring of the rescuers, In Tennessee. Mr. Heflln was arrested and, takento urged by President Roosevelt In' t

butt a( 10:20 o'clock the camp was A law and order league has beenor the sixth police precinct station, his messages to congress at,,the> present I Millionaire. Manufacturer Chicago. ) ....

,startled by the second explosion, that ganlsed for Clarksvllle and Montgomery where the charge of assault) with 'In session. The statement describes ti, w -- -
.. Ji partly shut off: the shaft of the mine counties Tennessee. A permanent tent to kill was placed against him. what republican legislation the"democrats
and most likely killed the volunteers. perfected sup tater: he was released on 15,000 ball.Upo.n ''will support, .what they will-op IIY do men :like. Carnegie and Armour put their'money |nto"the > j
organization was
boarding the car 'Mr. Htflln technical schools, when their money was made bT 'men
press lawlessness In that part of) ;\the ; pose and what concajalons. they' 'de 'WJ I who had no etch education I4Dk ,at, the 'inconsistencies).' .
KAISER BILL RELENTS. already observed two negro 'passengers, one of mand on the part of the majority as
The league
dark tobacco district whom: wu'Thoma.. Lnmby and who. between what Mr, Carnegie; says and what,lie does., . .
has over three hundred mem. ; the price of refraining from an organized I Quote from ,Mr.. Carnegie's ".'Empire Business,* the
German Emperor Now Says, He's WillIng takeu f was in the act of taking a drink from filibuster throughout the' remain- J "
Is the oath Car
h bers. Following; chapter headed "How: to Wlu Fortunes, written by Mr
Receive Ambassador Hill. a bottle of w4Iak .,Th re was a Hutu-; der of I the session. ". of' . "' .
to "As God Is my witness, I solemnly ,, . "nesle five 1 years ago*, /,, < -, ; i
.'' Emperor William of German ..hI.Y- and sincerely promise and swear with, ber of other pasengers, including say. ', .:1'-; '' .' t ., I. J': "But' the. almost'.total 'absence ')h. technical school

or equivocation, that I accept :- oral! ladles. Mr.'Heflln says he remonstrated BOOMERANG FOR ROBBER.Blast ar&duatetrom high positions In, the business world seem
been'' fully advised as to the. atti'ude out reserve '
laji the purpose of tha league; ttiat 1 with -Lunaby and asked' him to a to justify the concl4slon.that college education as It exists seems almost fatal 1

of President! Roosevelt and the pledge my best endeavors to securing stop drinking saying: Intended for Opening Safe Blew to success in the business T domain., The. poor clerk and 'mechanic.Is' the" .one'

feeling of the American public In regard that I shall 1 bold secret . "Don't take that drink; there are ladles Off His, Head. I who rules." v : 'kNow
,i '. to the alleged refusal of his majesty 'th... .purposes; of'the league: and here and It Is not right it Is Three robbers attempted to rob the after all these illustrations based on his own experience and.observation

>' } -to receive Dr. David Jane Hill all proceedings the name .of against the law'for 'you .to do this bank at'' Sprlngtown, Ark., Thursdaynight in favor practical men against technical men_galnst the graduate
I shall cot divulge '
that baek."hI.tancy. .
Into .Ule field of pure'.speculation and
Mr. Carnegie
-
American ambassador to Germany thing In a street car and I hope 'but Centers
t as help me you a premature explosion blew *
of the league so
any member to the extent of $12.000.000 technical institute. This U only whim ,,
In 'succession to Charlemagne Tower will'put that bottle away.'fcIt oft the head of one robber and so-mn-
r' to' It
God. of Mr: Carnegie's.: Hermight take his llt.000,000. a4d 12.000,000 and
has withdrawn all the expressions of Is said that Lumby became of- tilated. .him that Identification -la Impossible It
k throw'the whose into the ocean and this country would be better off..Is ,
disapproval he recently sent to Presl'dent MEASURE fended at Mr. Heflln's remonstrances ... men'' who will be distanced '
1 CIVIC FEDERATION + for the benefit of the public to turn out. bT .elerka
Roosevelt, and would be pleased and applied\ vile epithets.- Mr lleflln, The other two left Hurriedly without and mechanics Has he taken the sound business course! ,I would lCallhIa';. t"

I lt+ \V> receive Dr. Hill as American ambosysador. to Amend Antl-Trust Law in- who is a large powerful man, threw securing any' spoils. The nolso of the Institute the Carnegie Twelve.Million Dollar ,Blunder.. '

king Lumby off the car. as It cams to a explosion aroused the'citizens oft the Now.. I wish to say that I give Mr. ,,Carnegie a chance to, answer this
'ye.. '* The empreor has caused this view to troduc dln the House. village who hurriedly formed a posse attack. I wrote him a letter and told him what I was going to do and asked t

;$ i,, be communicated to President Roose The bill prepared by the National stop.The negro arose and. It is said, began and started in pursuit him four questions. I agreed to read his answers, but I have had', no responsetorn '
'
w + I volt Chic Federation after conferences with cursing; Mr. Heflln again and made a him. These were the questions 1 asked him: /
In business to the technically educated men'in .a
the president and representatives, of motion for hU hip pocket es if to draw JUDGE'FIRED FROM BENCH, Do you owe your success
'F, L 'oj; Union Cigar. Makers Lock.d Out '' capital and labor to relieve the stringency a weapon, whereupon Mr. Heflln firedat your employ or to those not so educated? .
If owe your success to the technical men what is-lo.>proportion of
p cfa manufacturers at New' Haven of the. Sherman anti-trust law him through the car window, missing Virginia Legl.I'atur. R.emBI.ck.; these mAID you in your employ to the men not so educated! ? ,
'
Conn., to the number of nineteen'' locked was introduced In the house Mondayby the negro and hitting Thomas Mc- stone for Gross Immorality. Have you observed In your business' life that technically educated 'men

Representative Hepburn of Iowa, Creary who was about twenty feet The general assembly of Virginia are more successful than, those' not &0'educated? _
out their union men Saturday to
enforce the ultimatum given to the chairman of the committee on Inter. Irom. tli .'l j that must state and foreign commerce.: It was twice: again one of the shots striking! removing Judge J. Wi; G. Blackstone fa dory." He continued, : ""Four yeans in the shop Is the training geL*
union theeffect they
to referred to that committee for consideration Lumby In the head above the ear. of the eleventh circuit from of- All an apprentice needs Is to understand\ English, be able to write and do
t take off the ban" against a shop In and report, and It is understood Luntby ran a short distance and felt fleet/ The grounds upon which; this act plain arithmetic] : and draw. lie con get this at the night school or at home.
. which the men had struck following; a *
; that President Roosevelt will, An ambulance was called and lie was ion was baaed are Immorality ,1.,j',! dUtareement with' a foreman over a In a message, make a recommendation taken to a hospital.! neglect of official duty. There was ia.. .. '

J r4 atop rule.INJUNCTION. concerning; It. Mr. Heflln explained at the station I but one dissenting vote In each branch.

4H, ,\ his reasoq for going armed. He Is author : 4

"l, /,,. .,,', MADE PERMANENT, BANK LOOTED OF MILLION. district of a of Jim Columbia Crow car and law says In that the WAS PLOT-OF KOREANS. T'Aboli h Shut' up Rooms f' ;

J '" Judge Jones Renders Final Decision since he Introduced the measure he has of Gte"en.II\ 'Frisco Resultof
Teller and Auditor Taken Into Shooting Ii
Rate Laws. Paying -" '
Regarding Alabama received many letters of a threatening a Conspiracy.The By Mrs. G. Taylor Brown. >
In a sweeping! decision making per- Custody as Culprits. character and secured permission

; inn i ent the preliminary Injunction de- More than $1.009.1)00 has disappeared:! from the authorities to go armed. attempt to assaslnate Durham HERB are homes especially among the farm homes, whose
j
$ a. 'cliJM last August, Judge Thotnas G.j from the vaults of the Farmers' De- Mr. Heflln represents the fifth Alabama \Y. Stevens, the political adviser of the jarlors: are, closed rooms to the family,. except during the f

>\ ;.Jones' of the federal court'of Alabama, posit National Bank of Plttsburs, Pa. district In which the Tusksgee Korean council of -state In San Francisco spring and autumn-cleaning time. Then curtains are raised : ,

r ,' pnlddle district declared that acts institute, of which Booker T Washing It Is now said, was the! result of and cobwebs swept down and the rooms are shut up-agaJn.>
,t "which songM to prevent the railroads according to Information reluctantly divulged ton Is at the head Is located. ''a Inspired [ri Children from such homes, unused. to the furniture and best
"of the state from going into the federal by officers' ot the bank. carefully hatched conspiracy things In the.house, show it very plainly when mother: par- :

y' ; court were unconstitutional and Two arrests have been made and Australian Chinese Boycott Jap*. Immediately by a manifesto ot: the lors. Now, parents, 'we shall go thin way4tut once. Our' ,!ijt.
children will soon., be grown and out fi.o....the home. I would
calling ,
? :.+ that the anti-railroad acts of the Alabama "righteous army, upon -
F 4? the men taken Into custody are Henry A Chinese boycott of Japanese, on Korean '
the
to the carpet faded'near windows rather than.,
prefer see
legislature should be suspended of the Tafju Maru consecrate themselves
account incident to '
Koreans 1
Reiber, paying teller and John Young, all loyal eaten by moths'in'thedark, Three years ago a teacher was.living, our "
pending an Investigation of the com- ha. been widely tal.cn: up by Chinese holy war and exterminateall
to a_ meeting '' ,
auditor of the bank. family, and he organized social purity club one evening a week.There .'
{faints of the railroads that the acts merchants throughout Australia. Japanese.BIG ; were '1Ift.een'or sixteen'. members In, It. The house was all open' and:: ,:i

were confiscatory. such good times aa they had! True, !sx>nmud was broug t fn--It was spin'" '" '

" x SENATE-VACANCY ,FILLED. "UNCLE JOE" CANNON INDORSED.:!: BANK RESUMES BUSINESS. work..; Qs>reep' md dual after.-but-jt.-palel... t rurcw them pleasant iemem-r :') ?, .'I'
t'., '' JAPAN TO HONOR STEVENS. -- - -'- Frances of.a sweet. cherry home' that they ,can treasure throughliteJ, LJ h4i?"
'
; -' 'Late RedJohiTw in n few ot the little ones to spend an,evening "
.' Stewart Succeeds Senator ...oLP..ldinoy..by4l1lnof.-R.pI'Ill can.I l'i"aUtutlon In Kansas City Has Credit up all rooms. ,Invite '. '
} rr Foreign' Office Arranges to Go Through field ,"mid_Vermon- --: In Stats Convention. Restored With Six Millions In Cash. aside the work you are doing. There Is .time enough, for' that. Play the sWpi :} ,r.tM. '

t', _ _-Forro-Bf ft..1-8e1'91c.fr> T' Stewart of Mlddlebury, too I With its credit re.tored. with 8.000.,. games, pop the corn. Never"mind a little scattered Never mind the-'
Republicans: of Illinois, instate con- feet that lightly mar the chairs. This Is a trifle compared to keeping >-.t-
Vermont has been appointed with whichto little
: and
of 000 in cash exchange
'I((1 The foreign office Is arranging'a a program'for mer governor
!) rendon. enthusiastically Indorsed ,Jo- children: : In th" home Instead of seeking pleasureln'plateswe"Jqnotknow. ,
our
?, United States senate by deposit account of $12.000,000
funeral services w
.r the for Purrfy to the, pay ,
I [ candidate for Die ,. So open the rooms and make bright and happy. the lives God has given
""* ham'W.;'StQTeb8..1 1 Tokio city, elrnulitaneQualy Governor Fletcher O. Proctor t o till seph O. Cannon aa favor" and with financiers national prominence to your'keeping- and If,no' little .ones, dwell. under.your. roof'invite some,to-: '
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., -; :' .: .-vI1l'undoubtecUi be a 'larger (of! Senator RedneloTt Proctor:, Mr. Stewart's' rislon of the tariff .and .elected ,fowf. Commerce reopened at Kansas City not take our, furniture and carpets'.with: us when.leave'thla. earth.,' Let usV

:attendance'at,'the' services ,than at any' tenn wllT expire this comlns; delegates' at large to the- ,national con- Monday\ three months and twenty- ] wearthem out In,making someone. happy1 ) ere andnow. No closed parlors ,

fui*ral in Japjn, lr fall. r. ,I; c. rentiou. t five days-.. after It was. closed. ,,. '- -, apd, Stuffy, 'close rooms for me-Frorn'-TheNew York, Tribune .Farmer rt ;": !r g: 1\,1.

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:.. HARRIS, Editor' ..4. hop'r.BUBecRJrTIoN I i Family Groceries "

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t Editor B. O. Bowdea.. of the Dade 1 1 and Boiler; Sawmills; WOOdwork. Lawns. White Goods, Etc.,

City Star IB a caodldate for delegate i i iI iI *, trig Machinery and Supplies. Com
National carried In stock. Liberalterws. '
the Democratic plete line
Convention at l..e..t4 which meeU 'at Dearer. ; Write for cstalogue. The early buyer gets } the .

Col. on July7th.. I Slate agent fur the Olds fin a.d .. .
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:.......J1I0D. I 3Y. Gasoliae K.Rl eaJdACHINERY '- .

Jefferson 'D. Browne hal I r st.selectjon. 4

challenged his opponent to the .
before '
debate
to joint
gubernatorial race '
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severaloounties:
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the.votersof the A
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If accepted this would, at leant. 1nl.otsome No faction machine or ring brought #
life into the campaign, and give him out., He came out a. a candidate Your for. 11 O1llt Valjie)i ,t 1

the candidate, a chance to com. before alone and single handed. He will be .......--.
the people. glad to receive the support of the corporation .c
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*, of the' antl-oorporatlona, $1.B5 FROM ..THE FACiORTO..YOU ..

Hon. n. Ueacham, of Orlando' aprospective the prohlbitioniat and the anti-pro- -. P Tr
t c.Ddtel.\e for State Senator hlbltlonitta, of' the'lofc&l optlonlslK., 1W'Mt

from the. 19th district, comprising the Christian and the,Jew and of the* 35,000 CHAIRSAT AJKATZ
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Orange and Osceola counties gentiles, the "PubUcaon and sinners. i ,
wa here Monday evening to consult lie would even accept the 'support of MANUFACTURERS' COST

,some of hit friends In regard to his the Pharisee. I . ,
candidacy; Tbe' principal plank In The corporation can do without the I Ic.

Mr. Bescham's platform will be bard people, and the people can do withoutthe ... is a was size OARS stay. alert i Yea.eosp.oser t ....
road, rood! schools ..nd'' a State corporations.! Neither! should be eau r ese..aeq ".....y. II... -
board of immigration. allowed to oppress the. other. CapitalI -
I organlydlabor should organize.
t la reply to friend of the various 1'ho license tax lawlllcenlnfr. / each MU IM KWNYa.MM..1Y.e

,candidate a* to who, the Sun will little, enterprise should be amended Id FLORIDA CHAIR FACTORYenedicta tKNNNKKNNNI; "",,1N N1+1 'N NNNV1" "M1MMk'V"
that office, we re should !bear more. V
support for this ana order that taxation
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peatwho li Dominated This 1 a XIX of the Constitution provides w C..A. CARSON, Prmldc TI. ,

Democratic fight,and the Sun, beinga for Local Option. The qualified :' :I3: : E
Democratic newspaper hat no right electors (not the! Governor) approveor MACHINEN
GREATEST SEW1N3
'rilE WORLDS I
can- amendment
to take aide for against/ any veto constitutional
.... ao long a*' w* consider the, Be la not on the "recently. constructed Grocery Co.
the oBlce;- Waters & Carson
candidate worthy ,of. band wagon
Oalne.Tllle Sun.Congressman He commenced life working in

Quincy Florida, at a salary of $16 WOMAN'S MEDICINE" N WH ME ...- --- Wkel.alo. ... .1.11 D.el.re I.
Frank:Clark bat filed per month and boarded himself. He "A i

his notice of oanuldacy for reelection has himself been a hard working, ER IiLQ S
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and paid hit assessment to the, State struggling' man and he knows what it GRO'
p. Executive. committee.. He I* the only means in other He has never married

candidate for Congress from this he has always bed obligations.His TvO YOU BUrVBE the fill of woneuxxl: ,
district to qualify. yet, and It It altogether Ife. has been spent more in if a. so 'many women ilo suffer [>o you I 1k
probable that he will be returned thoughtful. consideration of other > want to get. welt without the n.(-...ityof COUNTY AOBNT9 FOR I
,r without opposition. Mr.Clark people than of himself He feels sure .painful ezamlnatlo.i: ,aaa eabarruwingcon.ultetlon.r
has made a splendid record In congress he will be elected "If he gets enough. Do you want to taf.e a H A Y I CRATES <
.i Fertilizers ,
and the fact. that he ha* no votes." He does not propone to tradeoff remedy rt.lii Into four borne and cure I 4 Celebrated &
deserved recognition a single lee. There Is honor IvbeiDa' I ETC.
opposition 1 is a rOil: reel GRAIN: tiCirc.lar. ti-
of bit ability. and .tatesmantbip.Parity Governor. If it is tainted with
dishonor he doe not want the office.\ rBENWICTA: sad Pile.i .. _ _ _
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In Politics. la a "Woman's Woc1.cID." A prescriptionof //P.r.I.k.A Jrl t\ n

WILLIAMS' KIDNBY PILLS a pnyvlclan: who mad. the study: of Fa-
:As the primary I* approaching very H .aal. IMMace* his specialty. It wa' used
rapidly, we with to urge that all .candidate Have overworked Ton nefleeled your yonr nervoui KldnejriT.yetem and snccessfully: 1>y bun In his Pre tbdosnda bal HIDES FURS WOOL : :
for of toe conduct their campaign mneed yon trouble with our ktdoa,.and bladder been used oeceMrully bF of ,
upon a,very high plane. 'W* N.vs you pains In 1010. .backrotnl and women during; toe many year Ift_ frofrrtsdr e
believe that It would be .wise both forthe bUdderr iav.youa.abbyappearanc.ofthasc. Lb. eyes Too Irequenlrieiir *pbyslclans have also found It a rmloabla Specialty.w. .
voter* of this county, and every 5 e.panialir.nder*to pare urine If.... Willlami' KidneyMil assistant,when they desired to avoid Country Fro other county in the atate, to refuse to will cure 'O...-At Ctaceola rbanneoy, operation. .r. r .

t' support soy man, or set of men who pry. """' .wvbtis ;
the nomination I BCNEDICTA .-.
would undertake to secure _..
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R by Improperly{ Infiueneing 'the I* a Testable ...&i. 7. It 1* _0. from ,
voter; that la to say who would attempt f TOO wantelthera. Vibrating flhnta&Kotorr
a to purchase vote and Influence DR. LESLIE W./WEEDOH roots: herb aad bark known to poasesspropmtlM tthuUI*or aHlncle Thread (CatAM aAK tala..llt.RatAc/kalathAI itR.'S''Foyd
whatever, whloa have a woaderfal ceratirand Sewing Machine write to kxhlltir.Oafle.SirAaeftaeft.e 0t.rfkjdi
Illegitimate means. ---1'
by any 'other tonic effect upon the female orcaas and 'HI HEW ROME SEWIM. MUCKIIE CIM AMVI
either>> money, liquor or any .. the .
Se la.li8tEveO: : Ear D..oua.wttboat .DUGalD. Orang. M_
;- device. many forms of female trouble\ that women ..aremad.lInprtll-d
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to beet ) tvwlnr
who attempts nr & Co.
amlroh The candidate the character of his Nose and Throat.. :..... suffer,we-,that there Is BO trouble tbl Otixlnr, .but lh XwMH.ta...)..10n --- = I
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opponent; kind that eedlcta will not Immediately: re* Our'gu.reotr r r mwi oat.itanford ? .
or to Inject harshness or .J i I. . I II Here,add Daally cure. ', .... .F _art'7.. ,
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any kind Into thl campaign,deservesto .i .,' t roe tau IT .
be defeated.. There 1* no earthly I *vi.i' 'jfA-''' ',s'' K I BENEDICTA: = =
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,reason why candidate for the aame Private :.Hosoital;'jAmericanl.National.Banlc Carson' Graves Hdw. GROCERS '
scientifically, and
earnestly and { I.prepared carefully and .
position maynolatelve *
actively for their own' advancement' , ;,Buildine i ,"*Tampa",,Pi with lb.cooscloasnes of tee responsibilityof Co. Klsslm ee.,,Fls. t: _- . .'' '."j'J 1'. fr
and still be friend', and have the ,",<'yFlorida; giving to euffarlnc women a remedy that It
,highest regard fur the .character of : i\ ....lIl1ot only be banet1c1at.1Nt ales harmless NEW FIRM NEW GOODS

each other. ..This abould always 'be In effects no matter wbat may be the con HEALTH AND VITALITY . t
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the case.1Mb: a man who would do dittos of the woman taking It. MOTTS' NIRVINB PILLS f' t f
'otherwise be made to understand that It I*sold at II00 per bottle,by ,
even policies ..Ulliot. be tolerated. n4 The women peat iron prodnoee and tonte strenKtb rextoratlve. sod for Utalilyaildaup man, Full Line of High Grade Fresh lit >

.t What ball. we say of the man whd wW.. L. 'WW INN. 'Roberson's Pharmacy tb.pjritem ard renews the noimu. Family and Fancy Groceries at.: :
would Mil hit, vote or his Influence?i I .Igor For sale by Otceote Pharmacy or btiaUfl
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;, .. a bon.for Is eo. .
sacred J"D' oe per \ox. DELIVERY 1It'i
The ballot t* one of the most PS1r..CJ. .VRG lION. t FREE.
e heritages of :our ooantry. Upon Its' K1SSIMMEE. FLA.NUBIAN .
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qr purity depet.de the stability of our, .-.w..rs .. ......... .
b government..He who would debase it .. .
r.Aa.N.DK.
- H. i- Kissimmee Fla.-
for: a oonilderatlon deserves the, utmost Prices Right ,
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can .
contempt that the ;people J

<<1.. him. A lDal1,"''ho will cast an c. ,.........9: .". .". __..,."... .............____"'" -.__...... ..' :
b'' impure ballot ought to be treated with JI SIMPSON. e ;)
the tame oatraoiam. by right thinking J.FIIW..; 1 TI

( men, that Is visited. upon. an. Impure DENTIST. *1
woman. . .., ..,, i .
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Office over'OaoDolft Pharmacy.Mnt IT' JT

,Onfy;Two Considered.Aoent ? Holies, ,, I(1..JO..o 9 :tt. m.5:30 to 12 p.m.m. I ( Keeps NEW SPRINGS: ,;

'the recent. appointment ol Telephone No. 76 Jun 6, 1 YI'.' You Well
HOB W. B. Milton to succeed the lau

W. J. Bryan a* United State Elena- V
j toy, peculation was rife throughoutto . *>ILB.I PrLKttl' PILKS1

state and many prominent men WIlU.....' Indies Pile Ointment will ear 1 '
were tnentlooed by different newspapers BUnd.Bleedin and iteblogpllmr U abM>rl>e II.Is anIdeal I :
shape the Itohloc. once aria ae GOODS
a* likely U> receive the appointmeal lb.tumors relief. Willlaata'Indian I
InManl
rive
but po far a. we have seen only a poultice Pile Olnlneal I*prepared for Pile and {r
t.'o'' .pen-tbe Times-Union and Uhlni of U>e private pirui. Hold only by the .e ..
Tampa Time' *-eeena to have been ont Oeoeola Pbarauwy.6Uo jail H.cn. I ...h

the Inside aa It wen. and published PIANTCN3 RemedyforConstipa
the true status of the situation.. r Paint and Pape'rImrro.e j ,

CoL.-P. A Van Agnew. of this city NOW OPEN 1
wno was a'loyal friend of the lamented'a and protect A>our bonne. "j"to >
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Bryan and wa In Jacksonville. at tin I ... to bring my JW)1 '''t.d*

t .time' appointment] and Rowho alec tioo .amplabooka to your house and ,j
the of C. A )
: 'urged make any suggestions In the latest ,0/
? Carson to nil the unexplred. term ln decoration that you may desire. "
forms us that be was' In very close IndigesIlM Drop me a card and I will cheerfully H. C. STANFORD CO. :
touch with, Governor) reward whei I I.th. = furnish estimates on paper
f,, appoiDtmeot was' being considered, 21.L "S Bilious" and painting, : : r r ;i.IEOREE J. r : . t .
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and that with the exception of Hon tt,, rryf .
P. Bryan; brother of the late senator. JACK DIAMONDJEWELLER
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',t ''..to whom the appointment was" Crsl' ness andDnpepsla. A..BARREg :
.4 Rt; "tendered,. only'two name? those oHOD. BARGAINS AT CASH STORE: ; .
C. A. Carson and Hon. W. H, -
1 MUton were mentioned or considered And..Bicycle Repair tyliop. sac. N c..v. ORLANDO. FLORIDA. ---- .
_ Senator Carepn bad strong backlni Stable. ar.rra.r.rxEp, oJ--
: South
Next to Sunny ..
{ from ;HUlsboroufrh Polk De Soto, au.bwow..v.iii -- Calico, 60 per yd. Picture. and Picture. Frames, ,Z5o.
other South Florid counties,. -- ?
Lee aod). t.o 3Gc.
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: ) lie Lawn, '
'which was entirely voluntaryand I :
without solicitation on ,his part, & i t.good for the liver. Kldntyi; ,Blomaeli. Osceola County I Ir. I Lace, 61 In: .wide worth 20o, sells Spool Thread at 4c. ,:

; and,had his friends tn.lstedupon--hU aThe .Bowelu and Bloml. .;,,;/.
.....lIOlDtmeD.-1r1'-b ... he would B.wr far It takes the place.of calomel and l.av ano 160. Ladle Union Suit at 91.00. ,
have been In Washington<<2 a,. Hdeference N. $..e.a a1.... bad after effect.. 1 Abstract Company Caaaimere Pant. WOt.tl.2.ro. Mil

)to the, Uovsrnor's oplnloctliait 00.4 m..ete &, lie... It I. needed in the Sprinsr..., Summer, % at i.J5' <" .. Good Door:Lock with two keys 20c. .
the appointment of Mr. MlltoiX 5.4 halland' Winter by,,Men Women and .
,. t'aou' worth il.f U. nell-at dNloe:: Suit Clothe .o'rtl1'lt.; at'IIG.
Pin > ,
would strengthen him In bis candid act Cliil-lren. : St.rl\\
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r ,before the primaries more than. ,would. FERRWSJi It i is. extremely p.1atabIchUdre.. : S. H. BULLOCK.I MAiUQu. 100. > 'One-gallon Coffee Pot go at 16o. I....;

i U e appointment of Mr. Carson, however like IU- Buy a bonl.,f rom ' Jean. Panw,. worth, '$1.75; sell at
y the I....... name was withdraw snu8 f Real eatate.Titlea ' New' Dress Good from 1$ to 2Gq,
and thai appointment .given( ,ttMr. : examined and reportedlon"Taxea ,'1.26.; ,
::"wm=:; rnl6sa Roberson's' Pharmacy; '" j
.' Wlton.t ", : paid for non-resident '
; "' leesM fling M.y0s relating to real estate! : wlll fltt\ Bargains .in Shoes ; .
: i,.. .. .-iimiia < B iiT i Ia..Baa'l .. Instruments ,You; ,
,nobod,", , > mSlft- Deateew eye .+... l KISSIMMBB. FLA. carefully drawnCorrespondence' ,.
L la i-a....rralsaa '
Pure 8. '(:. Brown ;LeghQro eggs,,' For Bicycles "SbaAlbarsrer, Or- Solicited. f Eery ,Day In the Week. 1I >
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Fifty cent
;for .ale cheap. per laodo. $41. '." .
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,t/o' Kissltnttieo J1ey Gazette, April O, 1908.r .

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it: a+w s s+sa asaa wr+ .. dt rasa a+e Mrs. P.' A.' Shiver (formerly Miss "
Gates) while on Bull creek, and lobe ----
FROM. WHITTIER. report she gaveof the manner In which
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: bet and Crowe was managing affairs OSCEOLA PHARMACYWhere
i ...Indeed pleasant Miss Scrap Is ,
:: Q. I. O; one of the most admirable l lad lea that I

+IF'u1FS.so+tiq./NIV1/i IV..M: the settlement, can boast' of, and her .
many friends will be glad to bear that 10.Where.
O. I. C. t.t being kicked about Ilk she Is doing so well.* They have a
IM old hat, hardly doer be get settled. fine place a good a goodly
down In a locality thinking perhapsthat supply of cattle. and Hors, and above
You Get Prescriptions COr-
he Uoo t.be.lele ol Jordan where all, as floe a cattle. and bog range as "
there U rant for the weary; before an the county affords. rectly Filled, at Reasonable Prices.
Imperious mandate calls, him from his Our old friend George. Goodwin a . fancied repose and be la again on tbewlnll' former resident of Pefihorn. Is also In o --
Whether Bull Creek. Crab this locality;, that gentleman Is In
4 Peg horn and Klislmmee are the scenes partnership with Joe Story. We. met It makes. no difference whose blank: your Doctor writes. :

of his, principal ecnlolts, gathering. George. -on Saturday last driving a I his Prescription on, we'can fill them correctly
Items enough to flit every column of One lot of bogs to the range.-
r jour esteemed Journal but an attemptto Our citizens read with deep,regret' of WeareAg-enti ''for ELBA.: HOME REMEDIES which
steal away and give the UAZXTTBI : the death of Senator Br'an. We had are guaranteed. '
benefit of his gatherings la rudely fondly I looted forward to the time S .-
Interrupted br some argus eyed Individual I. when we could honor this gentleman
and the expression. a man -lib our vote for an office which we I
wants to see you, coda the solitary attempt knew be would fill to the good and FULLj..INE TOILET ARTICLES.
., or a message It received containing welfare of our,glorious state.. He was
a notlue to be at one of the faithful true .onest and persevering. VV iVV
..aforementioned places aa quickly aa and dearly bel ..,eel by those who knewhim
possible at.rt stutHair a few old clothes bet, and while we tender our
in a carryeaity, we are again on the heartfelt, sympathies" to his bereaved, .
wing., wluuw,we sincerely trust and pray that
Last Monday we ,arrived. at Whittier the Young son who hs thus been "" "' '""" '""" -.. ""'"
from Pegborn thence to': Bull providentially left to her care may _Mil. MAOM. S.'rNie.T,M..OH.
Creek and Lanier and now very live and ID years to come be. a comfort .. ...
nosily seated' on the veranda of the and a blessing. ,to a lovlnir, mother.O. .
Drawdy mansion at Whittier trying "n .. I. C. MACH BROS.Llyery
write to "be.VALLEY while enjoyingthe , '..*
flavor of a cheroot. Narcoossee's Progressive Colored 3
Will and Mill Bessie are making a :
cow whip Miss Amanda ti clearing People.' I Feed.and' Sale 'Stable.
away the dinner apparatus MUa Jane ,
la In Klaalmmee. thepatrlaroh at his N arcoosaee. Fla.. March 30, 1008.'
livery stable and John hat gone to Editor VALLEY GAZETTE WOO'D-:-DRAYINQ
the fine grove be'recently. purchased Sunday. March 29th. will\ always be }
attending. to Its cultivation. remembered .as a memorial 1 day for Everything' New and FJrst.ClaRsre will
I Oupdetnocrallo. rooster and the other\ colored citizens of district. No 3";: Dr.Cnnls .
citizens of Fowluoin are bitterly lamenting list) been Invited 'to addre us ) Render Prompt and Satisfactory 8crN .t
the present dry condition. In the Baptist church at 4p m. ,vlce.Dayor NI ht. All Kinds
the county aol severely: censure the Sunday school was held at 3 p. m.,
majority In the late. election for not and the church was filled with our Heavy Hauling:.
Including an amendment In their ticket children. .Afier! the exercises were

allowing the tad pole*to become topers over and prior to the race log 'of the ;AT BCAMAN'S!!: OLD. STAND. 'PHONE 113

and supplying them wth all the. liquids adults Dr. Knnls addressed the children - -
their.necessities daraaadod. There Is on the historical ,evidence corroborating
"consolation in'the thoiTjrht that the. \the New Testament, state
younger member of the. family are ment-of the birth. life and death of
not la danger of drowning.. Christ.At Ar
The saw mill Is not in the best of i p. m. every child and ado J ft of > Ek>lkecali.'

'shape. Constant halting between two our race. but one, "who. ,w..' detained fjT ; ; !!
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opinions Is as dangerous lo .this line was present. iiPSirf"ii) )$ 'Moulding.All'
of business aa It la among Bro., Guy's' ./:The subject of the address was the
flock:: '. necessity of a religious education for
Friday night was the closing one the uplifting or improvement of the Kinds of Framed J,
for our school. Official business prevented colored people of the soutb. The most i 1
Tour correspondent from being Serious-. af.t.eoLloDw.beo. to the .ubJect. i FUNERAL DIRECTOR t : i} made to Order, ? I
and It. .
0 pretell" was with deep regret '
LICENSED EM BALM ER::: I
that he discovered Friday evening The meeting"was presided over by .
that. be could net return. to Whittier Deacon John Henry lioblnson. .. /I' Prompt' attention' Given 'to''
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In time. All who were present considered Alter the address the following: ] .J
It a success. Jacob Hill ti. Whiffed Bias Borders tent by'mall'or
The Emporium continues businesson Ullltnd /. 'il. !Robinson spoke to the Also Nice. Line of. Ladies* and I ', '
telegraph.; ,
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a large scale and Miss Beulab la audience urging that Immediate effort t
conducting the affairs of the Hotel D* be made to carry Out the suggestions Oents' Burial Robes. t'I
'Beulab with a skill which pronounce made la the addrens.It ,. I I Residence West Side' of :
her an adept la such matters. was determined to form a Church PHONE House .
We bad the pleasure of meeting citizen Improvement Society: and the following -C:1 Square..
Arcbthe Lanier post office last were. elected as offioera. : Hester ttcaAi aeca dc a l.alli '''..Ai alLca-..-.-t+'" .. / 1lraltcaec adc ae.,!rBUDDED' .j J
Saturday. He .appeared delighted Smith president; Uharlutte Roblnaoo, !I .-
with Narcoosae and bas no' present secretary; Julia Ulll assistant secretary -
Intention of returning to the old stand Amanda Roberson treasurer. f
despite the many rumors to the. con It was decided the first' work: done I' ., TREES .t
trary.. should be to Improve the church .
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'. Mr. Bud Sullivan who bas been In building and lot.' In the near future. I I.
bad health for/ some lime died Sunday I 1 J I It is hoped a new church my be bulls. '
night at 8 o'clock the cause being and the present'. one used as a clubroom Islesworth Nurseries.
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apparently. an Inward abscess. That for the children. We have the
gentleman ,,bad been cow hunting the promise of a gentleman; to Narcoosseeto '

weak: preylous'with, Elmer Baas and furnish a good library for the club. CHASE &|,CO.. ., PPOPMBTORS. J.1\V. UOAI1D. ,AGRNT.
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some of \the Orawdya and complainedof Our Sabbath school In a flourishing '
a severe pain In his side stating. condition. owing to the strenuous ,We will have ready for next Fail and Winter'planting a' general
that he could feel .something., felt efforts of Superintendent Arthur Robinson ........ assortment of Orange and Grapefruit Trees of all leading varle-
like a heavy bolt of Iron In his side. and Teacher Rogers Whltted. ''ties. Our trees are budded. on good,.healthy ,rough Lemon and
Be returned to Whittier" on Wednes- The school. Is supplied with Sabbath Sour Orange roots, guaranteed free from Inseote pests of any kind,
A i day and stayed under the care of the school papersby Miss H. B, Cbafln, ;All budded from bearing trees In our groves" and therefore true to
Drawdva until Thursday, whets be was of New York State.CHARLOTTE. 'name. Our facilities for growing nursery stock are second to
carried borne., i ROBINSON Sec. i none and our trees are as One as money and twenty'year's experience
There appears. to be' aD. unusual --- can..,rodue..Valois making a ipeoialt this season of the
amount of sickness for this locality\ famous California IJate. "which. Is destined to become the
scarcely a family but what have suffered greatest money-maker In Florida. Our Valencia buds come direct .
CITY ,BARBER SHOP. best. bearing trees la the district
more orless with severe colds .. from the now famous for pro. ,
Valenclas. In California.
duolng the best
Oa Bull creek we'found Mrs. Savage

recovering from the severe. strain. Write'for Prices to'J. W/HOARD .Gotha:, Ra ''or'call
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u she had been subletted by'I waitingon Now Open for. Business and see Our' .Nurseries -
the. sick. No one la so highly ap.'preollr.Led !' a.tJ.. on Florida Midland R. R*
inlP Old Stand.
rjck's I .
In the valid'a room as this ..
admirable lady, cheerful and cheering t ,NEW CHAIR,. u ',. .
when all others fall and ever ready to P A..v .S..ACNEW-. ; : 'J' nr; '.Y.i{ Lr..soz.I 1ri
obey My call that may be made on her NEW RAZORS . J "
for assistance the 1 \e. .
people of Bull '5
Creek would Indeed be,at a ,lOll whatto ;" NEW EVERYTHING; .: I ATTP'RM&V'AT LAW./.i I "S NOTARY lUBi.ic.'' /tl
do without her valuable aid .1' c STATJT AT' t r"'
,, I D .NOAABV PUBLIC, -7 'JT 'J- -l I LAMOK.
.satisfaction
Mr.. Jim Morrison welcomed the.ar- ::. Guaranteed.., 'r' Reul Estate'Agenti
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I'Inlof a flae girl Friday morning. i

We) hadb.. pleasure of meeting on r.o., AV:' KIS&1MMKK.'- ;' ,' ICIS$IMMEE.. .- ''F'JIU.SupplementThe .,\
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t Is Burning the Range: $-"'-: "' I For Supervisor of Reglatratloa.TO .. the acting of the Democratic Primary .....,. .ft ,

.SSINGICR' the DaraocraUe Voter> of Oaeeola County) .O.M. HUBBARD.' "If '
FLA.. Marcb29,1008. i ANNOUNCEMENTS. i I hereby announce myself for.w-oomlnatlon to \
Edft ir, KISSIMMEE ,VALUKV: PAZETTK: _( tho office of Supervisor Registration few OtoaolaCounty. For County Coe ml..lo.er.' 9

!Jlome one should speak end as I itt+h beW I thank my friends for put; favors and To the Democratic Voter o'Oeoeola. County

ba;#"been a citizen of Oaceola' solicit their beart.F..port the approaching, At the solicitation of my many friend I have
countvever1 For Sheriff. *", May Primary. Very roapectf ully. ,decided be a candidate for the County Commln.. .

since It was a' county and even I hereby announce. nyaeA a. a candidate for J... A. LANCASTER. pious for District Number and shall appreciate {

,lon$r, and. while I am not a, writer, the office of Sheriff of Oaoeola county, subject to Suporvlaor of Registration, the: support of the people of this district at.
I have )left this that the coming Democratic May Primary.E. .
hoping some one the action of the d.mo Iratte primaries. I am a candidate tot the office of Supervisor oj
LR81EY.For !: .
moo able would lake up' the subject, j I>. ,,_ C. BUCKELS. Registration for Oeoeola county and solicit the U

buttal yet they have rot.!' The all Important For Sheriff.I support of'the voters In the approaching .primary. -' Con: sty Coiamlaaloaer. ,

,, 'subject la woods, burning. ; A. >. BOOM I hereby announce myself u a candidate fool '"" ,W
snuouuc. candidate
hereby myself a for the011I'00 County Commmlae" \loner for District No.'Two (t," 'ri, :'
Adhere has been much done and said of Sheriff. For Clerk cf the Circuit: Court. "
aalijoot Mi. ,the action of the ublect to the action of the Democratic Primaryto .!
aslo county fairs, :yet. la my mind DmroormUo Primary. Td the Democratic Voter of Oaeeola. County be bald In May. IVOR. ,

thus Is oothlngihat would.be of mole OEO.' W OVKR8TRKIT.: Bain* a candidate for the office of Clerk of the E. L. D. OVERSTREET..
Circuit <1 general benefit than some way to gov For Sheriff.I held |a May.t will greatly. appreciate the support ;f For Con: sty Copnalaaloner. '

ern'and control the burning of woods. hereby announce my candidacy the office' of of the people of Oaoeola County. Having forsome To the Democratic Voter of Oaeoola County

There are few people that realize thereat Sheriff! of o..ola ebony. subject to the Democrat time put occupied the position' of Deputy j j I Having decided to tend for re-nomination .<

damage done by fire la this *! ,........ry. If elected"t promise the.. beet Clerk, I feel that .t am fully competent" tie d...- I County CommUaloMe for District.Number H I
county.; I, have seen it. when )the service of which I am eapabln charge the duties of the office to the aatlafaction desire to thank..,.friends for ....support and.
prairies looked i like an oat Of ryn C. F. PREVATT. of tho publlo.. ARTHUR "DONEGAN. respectfully solicit the vote of tho people of Ky
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field where -- ---
now a lark can hardly: I finda district at the coming May Primary.
place to 'oest. Some may say this For State ...tor. For DeproMBtatlve.To i. 8. STRATTON.

Is caused, hy crowding'! t.oomany stock To the Democratic Voters Orange and OeoeolaCountiea the Democratic Voter of Oeoeola Tountyi eoI.-.r. .
but this ts surely a mistake. The ; : I hereby announce myself a candidate for Ronreeentative II For County
time has been when It was profitableto I hereby. announce that I will be candidate at subject to the action of the Demo j At the_licitation 01.., friends I hereby an. ,

raise or arrow cat'le where now It la the coming Democratic Primary for renomlnatlonaa cretin primary to be held on Hay 19th 1INM, and flounce myself. m eandieate for County Comm*
only with a very few who have fenced State"Senator for the IHh Senatorial District .pecU..Jbo ask the support of the voter of the I stoner from District No. t, and If elected pledge a

choice places and partial. !ycontrol the of Florida. oompoaed of Orange and Oaseolaeotintire county. a. S..... 'AGREE. j I. faithful discharge of the dutiMof the office. .
burnlnii. Even some of those woo LOUIS, C. MASSEY. ELMER R. BASS.
For Depreae.t.tlvo.To .
have. such places themselves burn at the Democratic Voter OeceoU County For BlOMbor School Board. ,;"
For State Attornov. I'
the wrong time. At the solicitation of my rienda. I, hereby a.>. ';
I I hereby announce myself a candidate for Rep.resenativ. {J
I for
nomination 1
hereby announce candidacy
Osceola county as God left !t couldnot my .
subject to the action of the Democratic flounce myself m candidate to raoeeed myself aa a .
be equal) tl In Florida If In the to a second torn of tho office of State Attorney Primary to> be hell. on May llth. 190J4 A. Member. of the School Board for District No. 1.
United States for In and for the Seventh Judicial. circuit of i hairman of the Board County. Commissioners
a cow range. There of subject to. the action of the Democratic Primary
Oeeeola County for I feel that
Florida subject to the decision of the Democratic many yeara am
are lakes and streams sufficient t.) afford well acquainted with the needs cf our people and to> be held May 1*. UK*. If elected I pledge a
water for all the stock when primaries be held OA May ... 190$. If acalntrnatod If elected I anal I earneetly devote myself to protecting faithful. discharge. c.f...,. duty. W. CT BASS.
not hindered /y a fence. with the administration of thla Most important and advancingtheir interest to the beetof ,
Some are so minded office by the people. I will, aa I hare always my ability. WA.LTUR DABS Ba.,
people narrow For Member the School Board
that they think as. they bare no stock striven. to do perform my duty Impartiallyand for County Treasurer.I I announce myself u a candidate for memberof \
It makes no difference to them-burn foarleaaly. for the beat interest of tho atate. hereby announce myself a candidate for theonce the Board of Public Instruction from School

It up and' be on an equal. This li ._ ,JOHN a JONES.!: of County Treasurer of Oaeoola county aub- District No. 1, and If elected I will faithfully din

sad mistake, for when you damagethe jest to the action of the Democratic Primary to charge, the duties of the om.... ,
For Tax Collector.To
range so that it U no longer profitable be held. the 19th day of May, IMS. and reapect- P. O.CROM ARTIE.
to raise stock Oaoeola county the Democratic Voters Oeoeola County: fully ask the.upport of all my friends throughout I --- -

has"shut out the greatest link of her I announce myself candidate for renomlnatlonaa the county JOHN L. BEAMAN.Fo. I For Member of the Reboot Doard.
Tax Collector/ of Oeoeola County subject to. the .
which she bad.
resources a right to To the Democratic Voter of OeeeoU Count,
action of tho Democratic primary. 1 wish to T..r.At .
boast of The fire fiend has .
once. done I hereby announce myself a candidate for School ,
thank the voter for their peat rapport, and will the solicitation of friend have .
the deadly yrc rk. many t decided Commissioner. in District No .. aubjeet to the action ..
Now I could say a great deal, more very much appreciate their vote In the Primaryof to make tho race for the office of County of the Democratic Primary In May

.but as this may take up too, much May 19th. -. Very roepeetf ally. Treasurer My reason for running la that need .J B.TUMBUKT. ..
pace. I will cut It short with suggestion CHAS.., U, BANDY1- the office and believe I can All It to the atlal_
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and if any one can suggest. --T"--, For County "."... ,Lion--of-all-concerned.J.. W. COLLIER.For ..-.- Registration Notice. '

..om..t.blnabet..r or make an a m mend- At tho request of friend I hare decided to submit Troaanror.To ,
moot would be itladtobear from them. nynametoboconalderedat tho Democratic The respiration book for Oaeeola. county will
the Democratic Voter of Oaeoola County! be opened In all precinct In said .
That each district. committeeof county on Monday
appoint a
Primary on May Who 18'.11\V\ for the office of Cou'ntrJudc ,.I will be candidate for
a County Treasurer at
April 6th. 1108. for the
three men to have control and burn purooee bf registering\
*. and) ask If in )our opinion I am worthy oftho't..a.o
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the May
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thewoods,. and ,that there bela law. _trYOto.dIDalF.aadlt Primary believing that I can efficiently all qualified electors who Rri. not rajrieUnd, and
to'yillorou. perform the duties of the office, I respectfully will tires May 4. l\0g.
passed .
prosecute anyone elected I promise to try not to disappoint F0U- solicit
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for setting fire to the woods who U A. MINX. your aupport.- B. MILLER. Office hour from I a. m. to 6 n m.
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has no right. For Tax Assessor Supervisor RnrfatretionJ.H.REDDITT

As I have ,beeD'a close observer ,For Commty J."", I Thanking my friend for their peat support I --- -r TT .
these many'year. I am fully satisfied I hereby announce myself aa a candidate. for ... hereby announce myself. a candidate for renomination r

that to commence February 16th and nomination to the allies; of County Judo. and. EM"> I to the office of .Tax Assessor of OaoralaCounty
on until the last of March is the proper officio Judge of the County Court at the Demoerotic aubjeet to the eetkw. of the Democratic
Vine to burn the crass and not. off oer Primary\ to be held oa ''tho .9th: day of May"j Primary to be held May the l th, flub. elected

than at three years Intervals.. This A. D. IMA. and la doing M oaroeaUy request the I will discharge the duties of. the office, ae is the '
means not to burn the same place support of all of my fellow.cltiaens. and! I can \ put, to the boat of my,ability. i

oftener than every three years. .......thorn that UI recedes tho nomination and t., OVER3TKEET..
It is to the Interest pf every 'citizen election I will In the utraa In the put devote f

In Osoeola !and adjoining counties to all of my time1. and merry to the beat,interests. of j For county Oommissloser.Having .
join In this move as all will be bene the county ia accordance with law. been solicited by my friend to become

fitted, merchant, laborer or farmer. .': .x. " y. R. JOHNSTON. a candidate for County Commissioner. from I>Iao
Wake up and let us all pull togetherfor - trict :Ko. II, and believing that I am qualified/ to .
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good." W. S. CHANDLJEB., I .. PV>r Proaojcatlac'Attorney.. .. .. fill tho office I have decided to enter the moo, and ,
J. I hereby-'myself a candidate for the would acquit. the aupport. of the voter of guy dlatrlct. -

Van Amburg's, Circus..1 office of-PraeeoatinaAttorney of the County' Q. W. BATTON.

Court of Owed County:: subject to the action of -
For County__ aclouer.At ,
Last Saturday was Circus day here, the Demooratlcvrlmanr to be held In May. and ,
the olldtatton of f.........
and many hereby announoe
crowd
a'large of
quite, people I respectfully elicit tho rapport of tho' voter of
were In.town from the country' and the County,1' 3. li: MOON I my candidacy for County Comralaalonerfront .
trom'9"ljfhborlnlr towns. : , District No.. J. and aullet the support,ol tho
Van Ambursr'sTs! the largest cironsthat For Proaocatlac Attorney. I I,voters of that dbtricw ,J,''T. REAVES: '

ever visited Kisslintnee and the 1 hereby announce myself aa a candidate for the I I

preformance they. cave was flrst-classj offloe of Prosecuting Attorney" for Oeoeola County For County Commissioner.To : ,

,The riding: was very good.. 'The trapeze subject be the decision of' the Democratic voters tho Democratic Voters of Oaoo:la County i JEWELER AND
performances were excellent, the at the homing primary election In this county. I hereby announce myself for re-noralnatoo aa

tumblers were t masters' of! their ',art, O, F, KRIBBS. County; Commlaoionar far District Number o. and WATCH: R-PAIRER.'C&I '
hall .
appreciate the of _
rapport tho people of my
and the slack wire walker was 'an district and desire to thank my friends for their
artist the truest sense of the word. For.....rt.t..t..Public luatractlo I :i"J..u.r and.1t elected will discharge the !. *,n<\ t.ee! my, Line of Wattles

Some of her feat were wonderful, and ,Td tho Voter of Oeoeola County ., to toe beat Interval of the "r .
I never attempted before 10' this'city: I hereby. announce myself tar re.eleetioo. to the _pl.ofO""OIa. ounty., J. H. WALKER, .'

The contortionist and his two', children offloe of County Superintendent' ; of Public latructfcn For Conaty-Coauaalaaloaor.I'herrby Any urtlola of Jewelry l Promptly, | Or.

seemed utterly without bone,, so ( subject to tho action of the Democratic
o supple and agile were they.. I Primaries Soliciting your support I am.BeapOBtfnlly announce myself a candidate' for the deret) upon\ tt q\lI"IIL.
effioe ,County Commissioner District No. 4
The Interest of the entire audience
, Oecoow_nty.and solicit the of the I nWYt Lg' SHNDIUKs.
rapport voten >
centered in the baby .Japs.< These ,Lwo'tlDl W.J.SEARS.
\\a mr dlatriet.t the democratic primary! to
mites seemingly: not over tjhreeyears
old trained athletes and For........ Public Instruction be held..., Itth,and promises' If elected to die
were ,
their" feats, were marvelous. The two. I hereby announoe myaelf aa a candidate for charm the duties' of the office to the beet of my G. IT., Ttz :B'.l3 S

.. babies seemed : so earnest. and absorbed County Superintendent\ of Public Inatructton. .If ability, JOHN H. BA13DEN.; t

In their work that they. centered elected I will devote an of ray time to the duties ATTOnNATLAW. .
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of the omoa.- a B. YOWELL. For Vouatv Couiiulaaloaer.
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tbe'aU8nLloD of the ,
entire. ..,audience. M t ,
I hereby announce nvaalf candidate for
rorSuporvlaorof ReaUtratloa." Office in the Court
County Commissioner from plrtrict No. S. and Houso-- Kis.
'* .., For Sale, t hereby. announce myself: a candidate for'the respectfully Solicit the eupport of the 'voters. of slmmee.J) Florida.
offloe of Saa.rvkrstr'of Registration far 0e0e0Ia said dlatrlct. W. H. JrANN ,
Residential and. farming. : 'propertyof County subject to the action of the Democratic ; Itli; '
sixty acres 'at1 Hammock Grove- Primary to be held May tho IKh. 108. and moat For Con sty Commissioner; whom* ,will; \ he'. associated .In shy

House fully furnished and In good order respectfully solicit the support of all my friends To the Democratic Voters of Oaeoola. Couityj trial of ,causes the law nun" of

-. Outbuildings and farming"implements. throughout. the oonaty.,, I hereby announce myself a candidate for Mass 'v"'& ai-Iow. (.f'

.' 'Apply_ to Mr"Drought',,:_r,U ., K C. W. GRII+'MTN.w County Uommlaaloner" In District No. ft.subject tot 'rhrlaudur ;

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Oar 'Furniture. I Complete', line of . Crocker

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are MAREDLOW.Rockers. : of- all kinds, 0" ,,'

,Book Cases, Side. Boards, f W. have a beautiful! assortment o"*
S Fancv'Silver Piece, Vases, Cup and y
''' }oo 9 China Closets. Dining i j Saucers, Cake Plate, Berry and Water c ,

f1 r' Sen, Salad Dishes,. Eta Dont fail to ;;

Chains, Oak Suite.., Iron n f ,tA lea them 1 ... '
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t Beds, and Bed Springs. : FOR THE CHILDREN' .;l' e,

.pi+> We have complete line of Doll. Doll (I.', '
we Carry a. Full Line ..,rYkrF..tA R. Carriage, Hooking' Hones, Drum, t j ;
nail, Air GunaiJi.pN'l': Wagons, BIO l r j'
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1\ LINK OF 5 TOYS.Everything = Y I,

,-' e Line or.Ru'gH and Matting Most 'ry .
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G3Z6tt61 'Cut price on woolen good* at Stanford laundrv. Please have the chance for trip to Loughman yesterday; , .
--- Co.; him on delivery of the same tfr'Floraheim's ; Mrs. I. F. Tower, of Haines City, The 2nd Quarterly Conference held .
TCLBPHONK NO. 11PUBLISHEDiiEVERY -the In the Methodist"Church last. Monday We'' bave.so14 the Kissimmee: '
The Far Stocking for children and 15 Patent Oxfords arethe pent day In town shopping showing of .
I' I ladle at Stanford Co. correct thing a* to style comfort., Saturday.Subscriptions. made the.work at very accomplished gratifying during the nrst Drug Co.*,business to A. B. Jarrelhand .

FRIDAY A beautiful amortment of the new etc. Found' at fi. C. Stanford Co. for ton Atlanta three' month of the year. W. ,W; Jackson. You> y.1U'r V; -)'
only 1 Journal daily or semi-weekly, takenat ; l
laces Filet Cluny Valenciennes etc at ., The pator. Rev, A-. Woodward, '
-8'1'- KATZ'S. New barber shop .Patrick's, : old i this office. reported thirty additions to the membership please pay the account you are due, 1\ /

W.Ut..HAAAIEI.- : Send your collar, cuff and ahlrt stand Service by a tontonlal artist Rev.;, D. -J. Blocker, of De Laod.wllJ 'salaries of presiding elder us to them and greatly oblige.
to the White Star aundr,. Quinn conversant with all the latest ,fads in preach at the Baptist. church next and pastor paid to date, and a higher '
ECdmondson will call for jour pack. barberin ,'. tf Sunday, morning and evening.! tone of religious thought and life manifested 'We th&nlq'ou'; for,your. patron! .'i"

OFFICIAL WEATHER AEPO"T.A ares if TOO will notify him. 47-tf Try the new barber ehop.- tv' rything among the membership.The age during our and solicit -,
tCTip f_tan for vwk. .Bo'lnc TburarAi .for brst-clas work patronize the new and up-to-date. 'I following were elected delegatesto 'time
Sharp razor
FOR BALE-Row boat in rood condition the
White Star Edmon for
aTHE f. Laundry. Quinn
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: pHI 1- 'clean the District Conference which will continuants
recently overhauled andpainted. son will call for and deliver towels first-class service. .
Tour
Will aell for seven dollar packages 47-tf Capt. R. G Cauova moved his ,. convene in Arcadia in June, viz John new, firm.. E.! L. LasLIJT1'1 "

Mas ,111.1 R.In.tea I cah without oar*.--C. M. BRITTAIN.Mr. family this week Into the neat cottage I. M. Lee, R.: M. Evans. .'Alternates *. 5 ''MiJ HK" &: 't
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WantedThree room and kitchen and Dr. W..r., Wlnn. .
- Cha. W. Durand, of Brldffi recently completed by Mr. C. H. JSt. f .
H. M. Pfann nd'E.L <
house. April to October. Bow much John MoPbsuer : %
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Coon. who baa Murphy / r
port, been spending ,
? No kid. Address F. W Lesley .
. .:'::: A: '1w 1 several month here, a guest of the Kuter.monthly Fort Dade. Fla. 13-lt FOR.SALE.-1 have for sale six good The pastor reported- having mad [ Wis solicit continuance of your
. Park left for his home yesterday horses, which must be '
W II disposed of; and that
putot'.l.181. kissirnmee,
eighty-nine < p..tronae.'to' Druc''
y; ... .. 8'1 c2es I' morning.St. Mr.. Virginia Tiller and Mia and will go at a eacriOce.e the general stats of the church' was the. r

dey .... ... 1<8 euada 11 .' John* Guild will meet at the Mamie-tiller, who 'have been (pending 'J. ..W. MlULER.Mr. .\ very good.. Co. and assure you that we will en-:

: . N.Z Episcopal church Tuesday evening, the pact several month feere with Geo. W: Hopkins arrived this to'' ,
your want in
deaf or supply our
the family of Mr. M. Tiller, left for
April 7th, at 4 o'clock. All the members morning on the early train from ,his :
'I their home ChattanoogaTenn., lat Caster1 Services.Qhrlstlans line at orices to Wit'vol The
are specially requested to be home In Bear Lake, Mlcb.t and ,left ; e J{
present. Tuesday to the regret of their many by team for Lanier to visit hi. :
large at' lowVst
friend. < of all. denominations and Best goods the, price*, ;
Miss Ida Brow lee who has been cattle ranche. '
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i 'l teaching In the Hasinger cHool for We handle the celebrated Brenlln Mr.F. W. Hill passed through town Join"the public with us generally in an Easter an'Service Invited, to consistent ;pith square,dealing' win,

LOCALBoy the present term, Came up from that window-shades, fitted with genuine yesterday his way. from the hospital !the Method church on Sunda be bur motto. We request'thsi""..et..o'. "k
place this week and left for her home/ Hartshorn rollers and will veil for to visit hi* family... Narcoo._. April 19th. The Kissimxnee Oachestra) tlement of alts accounts' I .. ' '

in South Carolina reasonable prices, and put, them I up Though not yet discharged from;the has been Invited to assist the choir, past due ..,

I The Christian"abd Missionary Alliance free of charge/ anywhere within the hospital, Mr. HU1 is somewhat, ttn-. and will probably attend, in which. before }.prllloth'lnorder;:; that we
>**/ will bold their regulsr'meeting' city limit C.II., the Heme Store pro ed. close
case excellent music will be rendered. may the. old business by:
at the Alliance Hall' in North Kl.. and see them. The ladies of the Episcopal' church Let us bear,, in mind the glorious up ; ..
suits at Cash Ttore.
slmmee next Tuesday evening.The FoR BALK-Several thoroughbred assisted by: the orchestra, will hold a even which the day celebrates and that date ,A. B..JAFRK.L,, ,. V;
wdlings; for rent' apply to M. public I cordially.Invited.' Promenade Concert bearts ""'"
retrtatered young Jersey bul.1*. These Friday evening come with glad and dooming) W., W. JAOKSOK.Proprietors.. .-'.
. 1U I'I- Our':spring book 'of samples for bull are from the famous Miller & 'April 24h. Refreshments will be to render thanksgiving.. I : i

Ingersoll' Midget watches S2.00:' at men made to measure ats'i.. replete with all the new things,' come account surplus of bulls. Address body cordially Invited to attend. I '

Mr.. and Mrs.. A.' E. Drought went early and get a good. selection. -- UNITED LAND Co., The Stetson University Glee Club

to Orlando yesterday KATX'S.. Kissiinnaee, Fla.Pictures. > entertained a mall audience at the

up Born to Mr. and Mr. 'O. C. Mean : Fred Stalker, of the Kissimmee Valley .*--A* never before seen in High School Auditorium last Mon The:Perf act'tWay

March 18th a sonRegular . Gazette Is n visitor to the city to the city Genuine water-color pate dsy evening The entertainment Is .
on neetlng; day. Fred states that Klssimmee is tels, and artlaf signed etchings aid to have been a strictly high class b1RoTuNboI: : : ,
the
of
monthly flourishing, and remains lnthe tall mounted in the neatest styles, ensframed musical performance, and'those who
001 1 Board next Tuesday, dry column.-Orlando Jteporter-Star, with, strictly first-olas material failed to attend missed a rare, treat.' of Flor" s, CIIIZ... rHsveLearned .
,Bor ..10 Dr. and Mrs T. M. Rivers Monday, and workmanship. These are entertainment, w" given under

|oa Fry' ", March 27th, a daughter. Mr. A. M. Storyof KlasUnmee was not cheap trashy stuff. For sale at the auspices of the Village- Improvement It. "'I ..... ",',

.'Leave. l'ackaQ'e..ror' the White Star a visitor to the city this week aDd was the Home Store I Society and should have received If you suffer from backache .. I ,

[Laundrv with. ) Oulnn Edmoadson 47t so well pleased that be may come Mr. A. B. Jarrell, who. recently purchased a more liberal patronage There I. only one way tours<< 1\.,/ : ,

J. B* Re dUt.. the. Jeweler spent again. Whiles here be was shown >. .balf Interest In ,ihe JtUstmmee 1. The City.Barber, Shop will move to The perfect. way 1s to cure the kid. Fancy' and; Piamily? OroV., ., j -
.
[Monday transacting business In Or around bv Mr 'L. P. HUa'he7.-Bra- Drusr Co., arrived from Tampaon its DeW quarters ID the Butler buildingtomorrow 'r' 1
I landov dentown Journal, Monday night with his family, and (Saturday, Mr-. Butler De,'. eerie. *. l'

''5 ore dost of "W".will cures any I Wanted.-A .rood. hustler in every will become a perm.DeDt.Iden'. of has bad then-walls repapered and has A bad back means sick kidneys.Neglect .... .1'1-1'"" .... .-

lease of Chills and Fever Cold or. La- town to sell our perfect water niters, Klsilmmee. Kiislmmee Is fortunatein put In mirror.handsome new fixtures with : urinary troubles Collow.DoaD' t5" 1
from SI.60 100 securing such a desirable additionto large He also has two' bathtubs !
retailing to SB.OO ,
per .
|grippe. '. Kidney Pills are tnade-forkidneys
cent profit to agents, exclusive terrltoryV ). her citizenship and will give Mr. which will be supplied with hot Fresh .'(ani J
/ Nuts
The unyy' :.Commissioners will 'Jarrell and his family cordial and cold water, end will. have an up. only,, c" fc : Fruils, ) ,
Seneca Filter Co. Seneca Mo. good a
,
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I meet la regular monthly session next March 20tb 1 welcome to-date bootblack stand, and carry a 8. B. Lemons, / ,'.living Confectioneries '
[Monday. mOoJuit. full line of fine Havana; cigars. In at ,,,1311 Ashley'street' Tampa,' Fla., *
received, at the Home .tore, a Rev.'C. M, iJrlttaln and 'amll'Jeft'today ,!'I used Do an' Pill aNVMe
Born to Mr. and Mrs. W. L. fact the new shop is- modern in every says: Kidney .
IMoseley: on Monday, March 3Oth4 a beautiful assortment of extension on the noon train for Lake: particular, and. would. 4o credit to, a and they cured me of backache1 and ; it'.,
I daughter.' dining-tables. in oak, both round and City, Mr. Brlttaln having/ recently much larger town tha"? Kissimmee. disorder of the kidneys..Two orthree f
Call and them whether accepted call) to!the pastorate of 'ben.pI. ,. . .
see a "
square. times on account of the pain. In Full Line manned Goods
Edinondaon will call and ,
Qutnn geI ., Kissimmee < t
want ode or not. church in that city. M
you back I was unable to to work .
[your packages? for' the. ,White 47-tf Starsundry 6 or 6 doses of "060' will cure any regrets very much to lose Mr. ,Can for Meeting of,.,Cotmty Dtm wcrabc my for several-days.. The secretions go of Cigars and Tot>aeco.l

;; ease of Chill and Fever, Cold or La- and Mrs Brittaln, both of whom Executive Committee. the kidneys were In a 'very bad condition I
Regular.communication of Orange grippe during their residence here have contributed 1 dark In color and if allowed to .
%yH
Blonoa.od e. F. A A. M.. nut Won- largely to the social, as wellas Kzsz nieE, FLA., April 3rd, 1908.' stand would become the consistencyof ...
J. W Miller
day sight.."'" Mr. recently acquireda the religious) welfare of the town. The Democratic Executive Committee
jell,/, I tried various remedies, .'.
valuable o' I
piece property In St.Petersburg ere
The Town Council will meet in and went down to that Mr. Alec Powers and family of of Osceola county ,is ,requested to tak log. what seemed like gallons of Ooods. .All Fresh and'Prices t

I regular monthly. cession. next TuesIdar -. place yesterday to look after it. It is ; Foci Pierce arrived in towp Sunday, meet. at the court' house at Kissimmee medicine sad 'I also put on plasters Low;; J) I' ..,. '
on April 14th at 10 o'clock a.m.. toarr..Dlre ,
nlfht. the same property that has -been: own : having come over on the sad mission but nothing helped me at all until s
for tbs
I Hon. C.Carson left-on Mondayfor ed for some time by Mr. Rull B.... of burying little Richard the Aye, transact coming.other/ business prlm.r"aDdtoo thatmay got Doan's .Kidney: Pills upon the advice

| Dania to visit his feU er-in-lsw, "Suesine silks" so extensively) advertised I. year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Powers ui'foroonsidsratlon.T. any . of 'friend' of,mine and ,using
Ion../..M...Bry an. ,' who died at Dr. Worle,'. Sanitarium' come them accord lag to directions they
in all !the leading periodicals -- M. MPBPHY, Chairman.Preside :
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The
: in St. Augustine onSaturday. I cured me in a very short time.
FOB milk .
S.A1.B-A good young cow sale a' latz's.Mr.
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on "
funeral and -interment were held at c For sale by all dealers t Rooswrelt .
Saysthat
resh wUA.flrst calf. Hervey MoseUy came down I aeiridltuiut >ti'etliia i
Hill
Pleasant burying ground on cents/ Fosier-Mllburn Co, Buffalo
outdoor exercise Is needed bv the
D. P. mt'wI '
( t" t from GoLba .t.erday and is spendinga I Tuesday, and Mr. Powers and family American people. That's all New York sole agent for the.Unite r M. TILLER '
I TTor SaI.-l.l'lo. gasoline engine, few days in town Mr. Moseley) recently returned home on Wednesday. 'I; verywell States. ,
; Lo Ii )1 I Good condition. Will returned from New York City ,, but bow can people with rheumatism -
p. ,
' Remember the Da.meDoaD'a.1take
,,
borne Mon-
Mr..MKatz returned follow ? "
advice "The'
ell at a bargain. L: E, BABBBAU.y : .- where4e had been holding a responsible day from a brief visit to Baltimore, ever Is simple-that use Uallard' Snow an- no other.. ) oe-.16 Real I Estate Aieftcy.; ,
.
| >Klslmmee Drug'Co'. Little pasitlon'for the past two or three. :
New York and other eastern point. Liniment and the rheumatism wjll, go; * Cat.harloUraDule.. for Constipation vears. lie also tatted his SOD Edgar at Cor. leaving you as spry as a colt. Gives In
iToroid Liver and Biliousness 61-tf & or 6 doses of "606" will I cure any nell University, Ithaca N.' Y., who quick and permanent. relief from rheumatism Chancery. ,. Realty bought and sold.. '

Hon C: A. Carson returnedfrom' case of Chills and Fever, Cold or La- had beep ill a short time, but" whom neuralgia, lame back and all !. u.. Oire.it Court. .....tIIl '
iDanJa 'yesterday: where be- bad been grippe. he found rapidly recovering. Mr. pains. Sold by Uoberson's" Phar r.... wtr iturld. J I..cr..wr' ''Houses rented. ,

Ion a.brig yislt to Mr. and Mrs. J.. M, Capt. Bill Knight\ of the dredge- Katz was highly pleased with what he macy. __ ... .. o..Ia 1 Taxes paid and Titles err "
,, Joan Law .
Bryu.J'., boat Klsslmmee returned home W ed- saw of Cornell University, which -{ .L P. ... BIQ fen l_', ) jfied fornon-residents-

We regreiAo- learn that Supt. W. J. needay from Tampa., wb re he bad ranks among the foremost Institutionsfor DFath off J. M. S nivan., OLAU z. Vasa Law.. .. ,Fire Life and Accident' Insurance. :

I Sear* has,been quit Hi for the pact been in' consultation with U. S. higher learning in the. United It.-iar.'b ...... ............. ** 45.bill ., ; r
few day:, Sod ,is still confined to his Engineer Caldwell concerning the .States. fAt 1 Mr. J.old M., Sullivan died at his homeat AW I. the ...... ....... caw that Clua Errwwb 4 t f\:\ 'ti +k, ":
done oil the KI..I1I111IM the Lesley place'abou' thirtyfive ..... lndem it'l.B ri.d'. e
|homs. work now being a regular/ practice meeting heldTuesday 'on Iwwlb the D.f..daut.tII.aha I .

'Mr': 8., L.-- Smith has moved to river, evening by the Kiimmee Dlgb'la.L.miles south about of 8 o'clock town and Sunday, was nc .rMfaUnt. Orchestra the members'recelyed : dent .f S.hrhpw& .b floe:.... .. cSi ..... .,
avery
[Plymouth>> Fla., where be bas. accepted \t you need anything In Winter buried here on Tuesday morning. : ..... 'i f. '
la position as rider for a naval Goods you sav from .26 to 50 percent agreeable surprise In the shapeof 1 Mr. Sullivan' died frqm the effectsof ...I. .tit tbi. ap of tw.alr-w. II rth.i.t -- --, -.- -.".- ,
wood
at Stanford Co. check for 15 00 from Mr. W. B. 1 of and r.wdw..d ibM..id au f-\ D.1wd- 'ROGERS'LiVERWORT'TAR -
.
I store firm.Mr. a severe attack appendicitis
Makinson.This most kind and I ..... ..t.... ntntiti M 1M.lBUJt
was sat >* eves Se
will
." Rii. H. Alderman, one of Os- Dr. D, M. Breaker leave tomorrow thoughtful/ Mr. Makinson, and is wa ill only three or four day priorto Ceeb.t... Se..hl..w w or WkM MM.aw AND CANCMAUAttUAeonpUt 'L
la'sver' best citizens is up from to spend the summer at bin old I his death. .. ,or aM *, ....'.. 0-.....' p14.,
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that be well followed < ,
an example might th*tUII Ur o D. MlMrwlM Ik
Baslnger this week transacting! bus home InRavenel, S. C. .Mrs. Breaker He leaves a widow'and t.breehlldreD. Malt Anh.s cad .r..ebtes. ..., sit....tttr1& -........ 5
[Inca will remain here ftm the present, but by other public spirited citizens.The , who. have the heartfelt svnpatbies *- .IVmtfcM.t Mid bill Will. t..tk.* M, .Mtl'.real tnultaff" toMMMptiaas U..rwor Tsr'end '
la town. Orchestra i* an 'institution of 1 by rid. Ddawyi.ti' Wild Cberr. JMV roc sae..aztsle.d ea i.N.bil.h.d
-.'.Sirup of White Pine and 'Tar is a will join her busbaad in aboutmonth. Kissinmnee a which we allfeel'| proud, and is readyat of a .large circle' of friend It..,............. ththis wd..hhe nbns.d s ivvvtatton_ *. a s.........._nee,..h'' .
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remedy. that' will; positively cure They fait expect: to return to all times to furnish music for local;" and relative. __\ s........ r.. '-...........,.. .... Y Tea> drug rrmAf..,.. tie she Mi.with DO rte voliim,: *or.a klldrm. '
next ; '
toughs end colds) 'For sale 'at KIs-. gatherings; without charge; Hereto1 I Yre.ntaaa Yeraav Guar1A s......11--. .... rrt.eies sole .zlr by OMW>( faarmaer: . ,,,r
Drug Co., -51-tf 'Agents Wanted.' -16x20: crayon portraits fore the members have furnished ,..' I April .......ta MM C.utr.d 0taM.. .'

I Any.'matting purchased from ''us, 40 cents, frames 10 cents and up all their own Instruments and' music Beginning' 1.'190. no express 11011........*7t141>tOt. Waarted. ,
sheet one cent each. You which amount in the aggregate to a will be received or delivered at the :L L Latvy.ssat. '
pictures
I for cash, and retailing at 25 cents ,.kfl400, .profs 'or $36per considerable. sum. We understand ( Klsslmraee; office after Op. m. Pair Club c....... Cwt. s Live Sandhill Craoes':Otters'Wood .
I per yard or more, will be. )laid free can J Catalogue need three I will. pJease bear'this in mind as Ducks and Big Fox Squirrels. High t
week. ," and samplesM. they now two or new rons ,BS Aaywa s.De i.e a.J
I
I of charge, In any, house- within the Frank Wf Williams Company, instruments and new' music., ..Who'll' I' the' rule will be Strictly enforced. L rani. .' o..aer: Ciwbt1alkN.r .. r i prices paid. ,Dr. IJecll French, NatuIrallst .. ,
i
city limits.' This is guaranteed! J R.' MOOIR. . ; Washington, u,C. febl 2m. ,,'
b the donate
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The rolution-of, '-T- Wr..tI'n' T-iITT. qj .TOBACCOk7RUSTYIEtDSrReport :' AOIJERESTING-:-- J I i

, fa the twelve years, that wrestling
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Household Remedies. Us. forged to the: front In America. GAJDEN.'FAQM and CROPS l' ,CHEMICAL EXPERIMENT: .
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four champions have developed and .. That'Farmers, ,, In Kentucky, '-' i' '
.
: r Tie, modern ')atent'medicine Inal.ess all) of thm. have' been .detoated.-: The< t f : : r. '
Ftrjrit '
EST'IONSf' Hafre Won" .Long Vnd Will Any Child ,Can Do 1t-1bo Result "', I.,
is the natnral outgrowth. of the quartet comprises, Jenkins! ; McLeod, 5UC' : "' like r
G.{ $14O0OOfXJ'f: r Weed. Almost Maftlc-csetD11oo' .
,
aid-time household remedies.. > Beel.Mid, Oo4ch. Opl7fo' of 'themGotcJi' !

r ( ,,4 ''In the early history of this country and 'Jenkins, tare l-efUIr) 'entitled ,- FOR'THE, teat Anything experiment the Is always nature of'ehem IiLtereaLinand -;. .."I .

XVE&T JAMTT.Y HAD ITS HOMB-: to the crown, as Beell and McUeod P.TO.DA'TE4AICULTVRIST An Md to' the night riding In the usually educative. Here la"f"5\ "
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JUDE, MEDICINES Herb teas, scoredlctdrles. which' In the light of Kentucky White' Burloy.District .haa simple experiment. which any child \::,

later bouts- proved that the defeatsof : ean perform and which is Instructive .* .
bitten laxatives and tonics befbnndia j
war to ;l
: Got b ,and Jenkins were flukes. been.-brought(; about througjj a formal In' a very practical way; 'Get a bit of/ !\ ',*

; almost...1')'hou..,compounded ."Farjuer" Burns regarded as cud '0' agreement reached.between the American White Lead about the size of a pea a-, J

by housewife,sometimes assiiUd j the Inereatl mAlt 'men In .America ,.. piece of charcoal a common candle ?t "r(

1 fey the apothecary orthe family doctor,> 'aspired the championship but gave jHow_ .Is VOllr, Alfalfa Coming On? England In 1855, they have *rapidly! Tobacco Company <;ftpd! .the executive In a .1,candlestick: 'and a blow.plPt; <. : -J

which The exceedingly dry fall grown In favor. From that date It Scoop out a little hollow in the i cha., j",
$ Bach remedies aa plcra, was, way when his young pupil Cotch advanced prevented committee of the Society of coal to hold the White Lead. then .

aloe and --quuda. dissolved, in apple. to Ui. ''front. Dan McLeod many' fi'o4gettIng: .5. Bland .of. alfalfa' pushed rapidly into popular'favor and j Equity hi a conference at Winchester. light the candle take the charcoal.'"

: brandy,, Sometimes a top tonic made I triedrepeatedly. .to wrench, ,the title %Where' there<,is ''a stand and It Is de was Boon the moat prominent sheep In Ky. Tuesday according: : to ,apparently and lead In one hand and the blow-; !_ _
sirable' ,.
of whiskey hops.*nd bitter barb A from Jenkins, and finally caught big to< 'fop-dress Vtbmanurtf. now I die stock chows ot that country. laJ88t authoritative statements m&4eiu: Cincinnati , pipe In the other, with the large end' ,
(fa the time to do( so. Wherp Is :, 875 head of ,
there Sbropshlreswere exhibited of the blow-pipe between the lips;
was'given the
and
oi1 of home-mad I.Tom out of form' '
popular member of the AmericanSociety
oore more
,
i no stand and It Is dent red to renew with at the Royal'show; : 'of Shrewsbury by blow( the flame of the candle steadily '
MeMJcxl really
.' remedies were thu compounded, the decision In;; Worcester. : alfalfa now Is (he. time to apply ,stable against only .420.pf all otherbreeds. of Equity against the bit of White Lead on the '

formulae for which were passed aloc# :I had no( meritorious claim U, > a conquest manure &and .C1I.tIln with a disc harrow. In this 'country the Shrop: ", Nearly $14.000,000' and the purchase charcoal and If the White Lead Is

;- ,from house to house,sometimes writtan, i u each nan toad 'a Tail 'and It Is'belter'to make',all, preparationa shire Is comparatively new.. In i860 of'the, entire crops of 1906 and loot pure it will presently resolve( itself '
.Jenkins complained ot allmeaC 1n his into little shining globules of mtaUio
sometimes verbally communicated.i. r log!! aDd left' the mat in a ne'lplese monfhrtrr two before time to'n6w the. Samuel Suttpu of Maryland imported on the one aide,Sand no planting,of a '-do' under the >Intense beat ,ot the

; I The patent medlciae business. II' a condition. However. Jenkins regain seed:-Progressive i Farmer. one ram and'twenty'ewes.j; which are crop for the'"year: ,1908 0the other : blow-pipe, leavlpg no( residue;' .

I natural outgrowth front' this! wholesome < months ' '' said .to be the first of the Shropshire Ida, are points In the agreement I If. however, the .Whlte Lead to .
at few
'ed
,'ilia crown a I Ii
old-time custom. In th.begin* Buffalo breed In America A., B. Conger of adulterated In the slightest degree 1"f
Word Is said to have been'receh'e.bl
CanadianIn (
after, throwing the French i Sheep-Breeding. will lead
not wholly change in.to "
New-York
state also had flock about'
; t ,lning, some enterprising: doctor lmjtreased two atralgh't.a.lla: Ootch..tben defeated One of the best authorities on sheep the same a the executive committee of, the! Society So,. It will be seen, that this experi' %
time'however.Shropshlres '
by, the nssfulness of one of Jenkins after' a Seesaw series says that It is expecting ,too much or of Equity on Monday afternoon ment la not only an entertaining -.

; .the.. home-madft remedies,would take of bouts. Ootch'e( defeat by Basil At an ewe to. make her? growth, shear a fair were at exhibited Elmira in at the 1861.New York reached state from headquarter of the American chemical demonstration but also ot ** .to.
They in the bom .
It up.improve it in many ways, maxuiJBsotnre New Orleans 'waa 'a'' shock to wrestling heavy fleece and raiser lamb in one Illinois about 1879 Tobacco Company In New York that practical HBO White '
01' 1880. Lead is the most important Ingres
it on a large' scale, advertise it fol owen.* .but the bg! Huruboldt ;year, It ran be done, but It ;will l check The'standard weight for mature the company would buy the 1906 and clIent of paint. It should be bought

mainly through slmflT' >
nd thu it would beoom tmed over a his .tl<
'LATTZHLY THEHOUBB- falls In Kansas City recently.:] In for several years the : Oarn area. '
years large of these
ago a Importer .
The committee sworn to secrecy
was
ment to know .
enables wheth-
: taoLD 11 XM DY BUSINESS TOOK Frank will do well to keep his rivals' raised will\ have a very uneven flock, sheep advertised his any one
rams as averaging has been officially eLUte paint Is the kind which will -,
the
down in future. Of oours", 'accld: E'nt 11 greatly lacking In hardiness and thrift ; and report .."""
tA KORB EXACT AND BCIMTTHTICivnniir 250 and his 175 Most of '
ew!:s pounds declared wear or not. \r'
nevertheless to
similar-to the ono .Ootch Is said to( and Correspondingly less profitable. the muttons are marketed as lambs denied, but Is The National Lead Company guar '

r V.: 'Parana.was originally one of these bave received will lay the' best of Epltomlsu from six to ten months 'old averagingfrom be authentic. The two-year crop aggregates antee that white lead taken from a

them out but wrestling students about 80,000,000 pounds of package bearing their "Dutch lioyPainter"
,, 60 to 80 pounds. Sheep men say .
old-time remedies. It was nwd by the i '
know that Gotan t at present baa no How Much Corn' there Is always good In leaf now In store In various ware trade-mark will prove absolutely
money
:, ijfonnonites, of Pennsylvania, before it i in America and when he Is .beat young houses barns throughout pure under tbe"blow-pipe test; ''t
peer and private
._ It what quantity and how oftea'eanground mutton sheep
,, mas offered to the publict for sal*. Dr.: I create ', and to encourage people to make the "
, ORIGINAL COKQPOUXDXB en the affair u bound to BUS- corn meal be fed to horses and ---.,. the White Burley district. According test.aod prove the-purity of paint be- '.
CEartman THB .
plclon. Ills dafeat by Beell was Instantly rows? C. Ifolken. Answer: If :you Age of Breeding. to( -the> reported terms of the, agreement fore using it, they will send free a ,
: : OF PIETHTA, It of Men- followed 'by cries of "Fake! It blow-pipe and' valuable booklet ,
have on
clover
hay to feed cows, cornmeal cows are going out of commission the company will commence to ;'
.1' ooonlte origin. Pint, he preecribed it "It's Ootch's turn next!" and other paint to any one writing them asking '
may comprise as much at the expiration
one- of Immediate
aq seven years they takeover the big purchase
.:' i t' far his neighbors and his patients.Th yelps: whlo-h are aura to knock the bird by weight of the tal for Teat Equipment. Address National
V> grain feed Ire not dying\ but going out of the ly. The reason for secrecy by the society Lead Company, Woodbrldge '
sal of it increased and at last he good old winter sport down and out It .
have
,
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you timothy or ordlnarY'mlxedhay. dairy in the prime of life, and tbere'ssomething In Its determination not to Building New York City. '
lay.
: ; established a1, manufactory and fnr- if allowed to circulate.-Washington the porn should not exceed one- out of Joint. Year after year ad r
Before'
;." it to the general drug trade. Post. fourth of the grain ration.,. Horses at we meet and discuss the cow and her t raise any crop tills year.

:-.- .\: t:= is useful in a great many heavy, slow work may have one-half product. Why do we do It? Because journing the ,executive committee the THE RATS OR IT

ailments,such as coughs,cold. Steepest Railway. their grain In the form of corn. Corn we have not learned all we need to. I adopted resolutions condemning -

fcV A wonderful \mountaIn railway Is should be used sparingly If at all. for She Is night riders and disavowing any responsibility
on throat, bronchitis! and catarrhal constructed truly a mysterious being. Some A Curious and Still Unexplained Cx-
ldJes generally. THOUSANDS 07' being In the Tyrolese Alps driving horses.-Country Gentleman.Fat have thought tnat the / knew It all, but I ) for them perience With Some Flower ,
4.by a Swiss engineer named Strubb. of those member of the society .
: fci tPAkU.IE$ HATE LEARNED TZX that study know better. for she A prominent Pots.
Clarene, near<< Montreaiix. When com*
i USE OF PIHini and iU value in thetreatment plated this line will achieve the European Fowls the Demand.It I. like the boys( and girls of rich par In confirming the agreement, said: A year ago last March I planted '
ents, she Is handsome to look at but Is all settled. The cruel war Is flower
"It rardous seed* in several I pots ,
) of these ailment Theyhave record, which has beea held does not !pay to sell a fowl that

learned to trust and believe in by the Strauserborn Ratlway, for Is In poor condition, as. such a bird in and expensive heifers to are support.bred for Boys a and girls I over and we have wan. Thero will ailed with earth, and placed them in

; ))r. Hartman's. judgment., and to''' rely traversing the steepest mountain alop. market must be almost given away, or but sometimes spoiled In the bringing purpose be no more night riding or violence. the sunny windows of my laboratory

'- ts his Parana In the world.-Washington Post. sold at a price below the regular quot- but there will be no 1908 crop of to- and of the house In which I keep ray
t remedy up. A heifer may be bred right and
-I ations. It does not cost over five cents, bacco. The American Tobacco company pets. The next day, to my great annoyance

even with the heaviest feeding, to produce prove a disappointment. has agreed to buy all the pooled I found the )pots nearly half "

a pound of poultry. A poor hen, People disagree as to the age a heifer leaf of the 1906 and 1907 crops and empty, and the earth scattered about
should
be bred.
I going

, MyWifo's Long Sufferings Neuralgia he weighing eight six pound pounds mark, can In be from gotten ten to to chip on my shoulder am and say to that put a Idon't I will pay nearly $14.000.000 for fight It. and We the suspected tables the and general the floor.disorder L at onee aud ,'

think the
til just
any cow owner capable of have prevailed
littering to be the work of rats, for
wenty! Indicating when his cow shall become 'confident\ that the farmer and (4
weeks and If the are now there are many of these animals lathe '
market is
Cured By Minard's Liniment t tt price a mother. It Is just according to her raise tobacco and marketIt
: : : twelve ctnts she will bring fourteen renter can bulMIng (In spite of the con- .
ancestry. care and feed: When she is at the end '
and have some money tinned of traps"eing attracted
her use )
cents to 8upr r' quality
owing
, .. '- A ', ; ready she should -be bred. Dictate and
'
I that but allowing twelve and a half cents of the season( after paying the grocery there, I suppose, by the grain kept as ,.
an pleased to say Minard's Liniment b a great relief you will soon have a 'barren heifer; A
for neuralgia. My wife has suffered a lone time with neuralgia, per pound she will bring a dollar. On his is backed by my experience. btlle." food for the pets. I placed some of

3 , and I have tried everything I knew or heard:! about, and could not ly the choicest, fattest fowls are the Bred as dairy cattle are and have the traps between the pots, put back "

get anything that would cure her, and the doctor !had given her up ones that bring the high prices. Dy I' CYCLONE WHELMS TOWN. all the earth and planted more seeds.
been
they are unbalanced and abnormal
1-f- they could not do any more for her. About three weeks she had expanding: ten cents for food and makinga One rat was caught that night, but

t i not been able to de her own work and.had to hue her head tied ( animals. Bred aa they are, to still the earth was: thrown out aa
and her hen very fat; not only Is the expenditure urlve rlcb. must breed at of Lynn Ga., Wiped from the
neck ,
\0.Up.. ; was so bad that she could not turn her bead without a product, we Village did
before. I they.
: turning her whole body. When of food returned but the prof-, wilt have barren People Hurt. per.l.ted-and so
and
your agent came along I got ,younger age or we Earth Many
.three sample\ bottles of Mlnard'i its'are also much l larger. In fact, by I noted that some of the larger and -
Liniment. ,She used one, and in lock. Bred and fed for milk we have Just after daybreak "Tuesday mornIng -
4.. .twenty-five minutes she was able to go all around the house without Increasing the' weight and improving weakened the so closely relat. email town more conaplcloue aeeds were not tak-
organs the
her' head being bandaged, and coulcf do her own work and has eversince. the. quality the value of the hen is Is' a cyclone struck I en, but supposing 4-hat the small ones,
ed. While it under restricted ,
., Therefore heaD truly-say that Mlnard't Liniment is a nearly doubled In two weeks.-Farm true, a of Lynn. 0*.. six miles north of Bainbridge which I failed to flnd.had been eaten

.sure cure for neuralgia, and that It will do just as Jt U recommended er.' Home Journal. feed, that breeding young dwarfs on the Georgia Florida and I planted more every time I returned z
I to do and as long God tie heifer, fed'generously I have' never -
as I
spares me, shall neverb. without it. ,
destroying every
Augusta. railway, the earth. I did this perhaps half a
'
I Yours. respectfully, found It true tIm an animal was) '
and seriously Injuring dozen times till other natters claimed '
: building In the place ,
J.B.PHAIR Shade for Poultry. .seriously Injured or 'dwarfed.-Dr. C.
v -
: D. Smead, In the American' Cultivator.. ,a number of people.Tlje my attention andthe: project was
Poultry suffer greatly If they do not "
S ;. 4 :Xsbceck, Couverneur N.\Y. Jan. *$, ltJIYJ. have of -, :cyclone came without a. mo abandoned for.that rlDe;. _ _
.. plenty good shade to 'shl ld
Early In this last season I deter -
Amp.olM 'bottle seat''tee!. on request. Minard's Liniment' ' KI,. Co., Booth, 'them from .the'rays' of the sun. The ( Poultry Notes. ment's warDing,' nd before the' people. mined to( try again and I Intended _

'J) Framlnham Mass. r. poultry, quarters are too close end often Chicks well hatched are bat raised. had Urn to leave their beds. Tb.houses '
to the best ofthe'rats
"
) . ." .. t' get by coverIng -
-.i; -a4 : : too filthy to be cool and comfortable ( Breeders not In good.JUealth will not were blown( down on them. the pots 'iwlts"wir'' netting. 'One !

You may hay. noticed, that the man The only harmless fools are those in on hot summer days. Let the give eggs-.that. will ,hatch vigorous "" One house, in which were six people, pleasant day 'I' :ailed 'them, but not -',.'
: who' his hand f to anything the hands of the undertaker. birds have good shade where air'will demolished that ,,
can furn
& '.eMom: has the: price of'a wooden ov-. Only One "Bromo Qutnlae** be pure and where breezes will Feeding young chicks Is Important. 01111 a few floor Umbers could be for the netting I did not plant tl\; ":J '

'W of E. W. Used, the trees, will the
answer '
for the olgnatur Grove. purpose well.
hey have. leM hurt. . Vented my entering the liul1<1ln. 'for
Cure Cold la One Day. S9e.Poverty ov
:World to a
k ever and the, birds will help the trees byr'
F.... ;Ouro for Rhu1 dlqrace--a.: long fertilizing them and by destroying, In preparing for( young birds, the. A little child was blown from Ita iwo or three days, when to my as-' A A

1- 'lIIafI.m Bono Pal ,,1s f Is '
credit 'good.
your of the pots and general disorder
onside.red. .
'c the woods.The
Into
e of 'lUJd, Eczema This subject la brought up at this .hundred yards
.
yeu.before.
-1 '- aAkIodaatB.e.cur.si.woris. time, because .trees or bushes can be The early birds are the hens that atore of Rich A Bailey was destroyed reigned as* It had reigned the _

I.ream ol .Rkm l. n. boa. p..... *,.011." A coiN CORK THAT possiblybe
advantage now and wi1
,, ....,el.* and ......... to, aarifylof Ik. .blood.ThMMd ABBOTT'S' aUt' IMDIAH coin pure ls a wonderful and stock the work of *ome person, I re I
.4*...... e rd "or" B. a. B. afli remedy for hard or sort oorna, 11_. give some shade by the time the. poul at a good Jlrlce.CleanUD"els house of Tom ;R.lclwa., raized to the
.. filled thevjx. 'Jbe next day I I
all othor lrata n tailod. flea CI. par : ; "
must have It. flushes that branch
lire bMil at drug sioros.' wIth aeaiploM ions,sore, eallous spoU on the fet, warts try Is a necessary part of ground, without Injuring the-occupants. the earth out as before. On the mOrn--
,, lreiloaefor !bom* l......."1 .,)Lart>...l* and Indurations of the skin. It Is applied out near the ground will do even morethepoultry raising ;'chickens, especially when a
.Too by writing: Blood B.1 la> Co.. 1.1..... Gad with a brush sad cores. without caSUal resting under the low large number are together. HAND"CLOSES BANK. tog of'the third day, as I entered the
"BLACK building I actually saw a rat Jump out '
burning or aona_. 8So. at your aragirtets. hawks from pouncing down on their Many prefer two-year-old hens for
mall from TBS ABBOTT Co., Baraa- victims. Hawks dd not like to dive of one ot the pots where there was ,,4
Proposition to Ladles I IWa or by breeders. At least have yearling bens Institution In H* "
Indication
show that he had
Run Made on Dago every ItO
,t WILL OHaaM you SXCOA.NTLY, !IN TU. LAF.i nah, Oa Into secluded spots after 'anything ana.the well developed if they are the breeders -
JOSTSTYUSXiBB VAJIIIIOli'-,VAN4.UWMlMMIAjlaiWtlcoma ---- pountry testing under the low venge for Murder of Secret Agent.A been scratching the.earth. Now the

-: MEW YORK AV Mow MooauraailWThlA foci FICh. Even a pavement of good intention branches will be sate from hawks. No plot( relentlessly worked out by question arises: Was I mistaken during

.-'0 t Av wait**_mtttmr..waM. II Lw.rt4uckot built of An* I I Is slippery. combination is better than poultry and An Incubator will get broody 'earlierIn members of the Black hand, ended dramatlcally ... the first spring in thinking that '

anllotf'i.\ liuor the season than a hen and will stay In the rats were hunting! for seeds Sere
** loo fruit trees or bushes-any bush larger In New York 'Tuesday
t (too*,omblnla. u.*..a nwdlumok LANGUID AND WEAK. l'y the eggs If It has a good caretakerto : getting
they seeking and perhaps '
.. ... .. than the'
> | ombrolaMT of OPMIamd strawberry.-Progressive. of depositors and the -suspensionof !
_.. fiU.la assist. a run I
blind la something else Or, in the .eo
_ I .* -- eoa.truet* .*!... "A Condition( fllmoDVltb' Kidney Farmer the bank of Fasquaie rail, an iuu-. nd'1
: arobo aaj .i_..._ >oa to* Those; who feed bread crumbs to year, had some old rats rememberedthat ,
-. ,fbojtidac*. Tiar fait V l Trouble' -and IUfk.cbe.; banker and his flight from the
: ian ,
It Crom th*jott...r.Op: t young chicks wIUMo well to moisten seeds are often tc be found to ,

(, '. avo* from ta. oMoi. .nforclnfaoai Mrs. Marie Slptte. 416 Miller St.. The Amiable Cow. he bread with skim milk instead of'' city in. fear of .death, threatened by earth In !flower pots, and had Instinct'

totd.da1nii M*tax flatall tuu..Itioiua.th. luokoii VaClao Helena. Mont.,, sa.aTbree: years "The Ayrshire. cow Is (be one which with water. ;the Black Hand because he recently or memory led them astray Who '
mating odors th' OAttlcta ago my back grew If brooders are used, keep a watchful shot and killed Francesco was fooled? This Is the question thaV '
*. -n..ak1Iu :ok>n. Huuuot said Mr. William .Ballon, of,Mld- members, whs; had dpI I ask the '
5.oLM.d.l.wCltaaudtbr.. weak 'and lame .aD.! eye; on the chicks, till they learn to'run of their alleged you as title to this record
..!.. .. .. I could not dletown( N. Y.. who was at the Fifth the pain of killing of experience with flower *
euri. u &i7.rio* .11..1.. > stoop back to the heat and warm up. I manded money under my nilta

WAISTS from i ft to SIB each.> "" without a sharp Avenue Hotel to attend the thirty-third I One bad chilling may ruin a chick's banker and his family. and rats-"the rats or IT"-Prom 'l4Pture .
the : .
..... .
u. with *". .rcbaaol all annual meeting of the Ayrshire Breeders' ,
.vr eoodiaraBMMl la orlabt,iHaa wockiounu, thus pain. It was Just as :I usefulness. and Science, In St. Nicholas. i.,.. r:
.UmlntUna all nmtu of cout.doe.abouJ.l Association.
'
bad when I trleJ to
you aot t. MUMIaU with your pnraluu*, "Our most eminent physicians agree The prepared chick feed found at TWENTY INJURED' WRECK. J
you mar rMurm awn 10 lu sad ....mono? whloh. get up from a chair!
torn paid WH bo raftiadd to M that her milk Is the suitable milk Kmltry suppiyhouses may cost more
t you onai or 04' only
'. -.....foe otbw avxxl. whir. .voo you _r..... \ I was languid and children. than other feed, but generally nets President Roosevelt's Weddf" .,, .
dr4.&AAlthough
".. 4.:.. JI.. from Dot .....1.*- Halt. listless and had tor i. Smashup Occurs Between Special! Passenger
."- "klr *, fotllooala!, and th.BBOM and larc..ta "Wherever the Ayrshire be more profit as mose. chicks live end Americans: who come to ,.
... much naln and trouble cow may
oftmoot.0( tdlMi _Wmtmtm, ".rool IJorvra: and Freight Trains.
,- .....tu......_ .: with' the kidney ; retlon.-: This located she maintains a cheerful and have more vigor. this country are well aware of tha ,

rJlPr..lIfD.B4'1-JSr.2JON rotoired Ih.1fn"dIo..qnlered.Ana.' was ny: state when I began withPoan's gentle disposition; combined with an Do 'not feed young birds till they are Twenty peopie were Injured, three fatally fact, and always make a visit to the; ,... I"-

5..u. aIMS_frM,..".-art Mtrprtwd at Kidney Pills. They helped me exuberant spirit and bloom, which areas at t: least one or two days old. They In a head-on collision between a Church the averse Englishman does'

)011 ead&I.0pus of tAo"yarmtnU. You from'the first and four boxes: .made-a apparent and pronounced In the old absorb- the.yolk shortly before leaving not know that President Rooaev t'I I .
art.v.rvu,4nu e"s'ctar'n (o l*. . . cow as In the the shell and that gives all the nour- Blue Grass special passenger train on was. married at St. Qeorse'a, ,Jiaaovf '..1""
Wa DO. IIML eoooo .ftoiraoi .............". complete, lasting cure. young. '
Af.d4b..a.. w......pteturlaadMorlMoa m> Looses; no."."._tk."lattatjlm Sold by all dealers'.' 50 cents a boz.'osterMilb'urn "The Ayrshire Is pre-eminently the shment their systems"can use for some the Queen and Crescent railroad anda Square There the entry runs: 'Theo-, ''.of'

,q Mrt aahtuM at Part*.'-- ad Hw TorE, Co.. Buffalo, N. Y. family cow, and analysis shows her line. special freight tratln at Cnrvllle\ dore Roosevelt, twenty-eight wldow-i: ,
sad i.ni>lrT-*__ tor. food mad to ordMl milk 'o particularly nutritious for'human' between Burgin and High er, ranchman," and Edith! Kermit Ca- '' A
aoM Vroo.Waira_.e...turn axavTwm.COOK. For hatching, select only such eggs crossing

NTERt4A11O74AL"FA8UlONCO.r ".. .No manIs necessarily simple because kind, a balanced ration, a complete aa are of normal size and of normal 'Bridge, In Mercer county, Ky..'Tuesday.The row: It was some years ago that an
-- M&E.r..aJ ...-.ol.reAtO.. American "discovered" the
: .-Waaalattoa flac. Dirt. K. Mew Toe City be lives. the'simple'' life. food; It la easily digested. shap Very large or very; small eggs Blue Grass Special was on 1U wa:. entry, and :

........., --- -" "The Ayrshire Breeders' Association or those of freakish shape or 'With to Lexington and Cincinnati. now there is much curiosity on thty'\', I
.
claims, and Is prepared to demon-, freakish shells should always be re part of his countrymen to see the.

strate, In competition with the Hol- jected. church'where their strenuous president '

l stein, the Jersey, or the Quernsey cows', All breeds and varieties of fowls COMPTROLLER RIDGELY QUITS. wag mariled.- Lo'ndon( Olobe...crw,li I .. '

_
that for quality.and quantity, of milk --
_
have some fowls that have much l less
.
of butter fat and solids, considering the or much! more vigor. than the average Hands Resignation to President and THE RY T.Mijii.J1rETE..
_ -
coat'of feed In each and the t:
ease actual _
for Its'class. and may oe expected to Will Be Succeeded by. Murray. TETE:
g. net profit, the Ayrshire, as a dairycow i\ _
,
have offspring of like natQre. .Select' < William U. Ridgely, comptroller of hi:. Jlyley"Witty dftoorat-
.
-i .HOE. AT ALL stands on an average preeminently'above see yes : >''I
'
., f'Oft EYE., feeders with care. the currency/i handed his resignation In', Mrs."Murphy.
.. OP'TMKP'AMIL'I, them 'a.lI., -New York Evening ;
.EMeEft f The downy >feathers of chickens do to :President Roosevelt and will Mrs ._
liEN, .0"" .,wonci. Misaca. AND CMHOMCN. Telegram. Murphy. -Me;b'y,Denny.Is com- ,
i = '..",. ,," -' not shed 'water like the feathers of' become president of the National Bank in' home the Jay. ; ', .> .-,
,
. -_ ; 3H2... "S55nBa. 4' old fowls, 'and chickens cannot stand of Commerce Kansas City; He Mr,.Ryley-I t'ought\ fbjvsj '
win for
r daft ..,... About Shropshire Sheep.' : ) jwua: ; ,,

,""' ::;'N. &-=:.'::= '&;;;!..! -a 1 ''In referring to the'Pcputa.nt"ot, the; poultrynian'e.q ,mUch,dampness head will i-have old fowls. The fce ;succeed as' comptroller by'Law. ,-years ,bo\\ -wu' & slnt 'up' ,t.'._ _
to do thethinking
.
:? .,1_ _,... I .Z' Mrs Murphy-He/wui. butlb'e' got
.-- .ioI. -=- Farm rence O. Hurray present assistant sec <;&;
...
'JII iW- =". ',...;..,11'u. Shropshlres, the Stock Journal .for ,the: little fellows, and :'arearoff: for good '
SllOII Cannot& (qaUIII AI Aa, PrIaI says that from, th.'first'exhibition: of It Is ;WIof commerce: : and labor and.for behayyure. ),,. i
t ,it:,'W.L aDd 15 GUt (dp . keep tfem,where dry.-Progressive: Mr.' RTI.Y-An. 'aure. it be'greMc0'mnIbrt '
..
; DouFl4 '. Wt...._ oopod-- ..k.I.iJ6 t" _(t. J.. this breed. :made at be Royal; Show In_ Farm ..'- mer 'de1>UtT 'comptroller,.orthocurren/' < mutt # t" f',
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THE' : BLPIT- ,Wbat -Ir-th. great.opportunitiei. ot 'Truth and rm.M.VHM" ejko*:I'M Df-uea"

. history had all been/ embraced by 0reH If.... .
r '. wicked and deslgnlnr men' Indeed 1 .I5FiJDiL4..A tre A"
history under',such 'i circumstance .,_ Pe.Theverago .
RILUAMT .
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A 8UKDAY SErtMON JUality
BY '
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.. would cease to be history and becomea .' ,1 R.e'." c : '
iI'!' REV j. A. HANEN5 waste
\'. record of spoliation and crime. A ; '' nandoesn't' : any P1 .

- 5 small man doe "Ickedl--a'- big man appeal to the Wefl-Informed la ner'7'wak'ol1if >olltene a" on. hi* ,wif,., : ; .I
does righteously, and his 1* a bigness .
i''
'
'Tben)9l Small )Ia. .T : ,
1 .orea.io. .that outlives his age and perpetuates and are essential to permanent
CUTICURA
. : 7Brooilyn. Itself In song story and lasting monument ucce* and creditable .tandln,. Aocor- DOCTOR PRESCRIBED. w' :

: N. Y.-:-In the Central All* the. pre-eminent God's' man place-th*in Christ blstory jfngly, It U n claimed thst'Syntp of Fig After Other Treatment Failed-Raw' t

f Baptist Church Sunday, the- pastor.: His. bigness Is the greatness of sin and.Elixir of.Senna lathe only remedy: of Eczema on Baby's Face Had ,
tbe Rev.. J. A,' Hanaen, had for his lesnes and goodness. Luted Throe Monthly \ .
snble t "A Small'Hen's Great Treasures Th. opportunities of our day are of known value, but one of many reason; Our baby boy broke: out with eccerna on i ,

/* Thfl text was taken from God. All possibilities are launched '"why it it the best of personal.and famirjr his fac when one month old. On place .

Lila 19c 1-10. Mr Hansen said: by God for the accomplishing/ bymen. laxatives U the fact that it, cleanaoa, on the aide of hi. fee the site of a,nickel
W. need not know' much' about .fler'Jtlm like beefsteak for three,"noBtUi.and .
We think God's thought IDtArnItl'orgaoa was raw
.,. and relieve the
.
.o to know \eIu
S me people all about them. bathed. the
and work God' work. with Him. The be would cry oat when 1 '
,y Ot Zaccheu we know Just three main demands ofx>ur Umea are of necessity on which. it 'act, without any debilitatingafter part that were core and broken out. 1 ,

things: He was chief 'among tbe those of development and or- I effect*and without having to increasethe gave him three month' treatment from- a
1'
publicans, he wa 'rich and of small but at the end of that tim. f
sanitation.: The business of our day good doctor!
from time to t.ime. F.,
stature. These fact constitute quantity 1
the are large enterprises which 1 bestow the child,wa no better. Then my doctorrecommended } "
background of a very Interesting picture. great gain. Ate these Important and It' act pleasantly 'and naturally and.ru1r Cnticura. After using:. eak. %
.."A Genuine ConversionAs aI' great opportunities to be filled by the of Outienra Soap; a third of a "jox of CvtUeunTOintment
,
chief publican he bad \. a* a laxative, and It* component
bought the
emissaries of the devil Instinctive'ly .. and halt a bottle of OntUeura !
;right to Lullect the Roman taxes. All J all right thinking men no" parts are 'known to and approved'' by R.olvDt .... wa well.aDei.hie face "

k the publicans,, were despised by the Are wicked and, selfish cr"i largeenough physicians, a* it is free from all objectionable wa* a* nooth a* nv baby'f. He i ia now
Jews. pot only because ''
they servedtheJgoats
the and half old and no ecuma'ha
for :'be timeslow, 1 two year a [
but more so because they wicked ban fallen and what a mighty *ub tancs. To get its beneficial I nappeared.
sheared the sheep. It was not only aJtcr cry goes up for men. effect always' purchaae the genuine- .Kan, May 14 and June l2:.'-lB07."> y \ -
of what. Rome wanted but "God give us men;', good men. \ : ,
manufactured the California. Fig Brup'OG.
by
publican could get.. It was Hark tee clock Is striking a new.
b<I"l .
of' "the pound .f flesh"M hour.- It has sounded many before. .,only and for ale by all leading druggist Blessed Is the chaperon who ) :
a ; and, humbled the Jew and J. that see not and earl that hear
None however, more Important and *. -'
" made him bate the publicans., far reaching than the present.'A* always ' not. .-
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Thus allied with Rome
and --- - --
aN It, I. hour of sad -; I i
an change re
LUtE H 1ll1D.
ralgned"against the Jew by What ea.... Headache.
an unpopular'and
form. It tolls In the music of magical Did he< make'you feel at bomB
I 'CI1.hone.t'meUtod. Zac charm these letters. H-ONESrT From October to:May Cold are the moat
had grown wealthy. He was -YI ThiIII the old word of m new. when ypu\ 'called on her husband?" frequent> arose of Headache; Laxative

not only rich, but he-wav a rich pub national anthem that shall save u* "She certainly
lican.' ,This not only wild he bad and rejuvenate our country. Like .- had a alee time ehT" Grove on box .SSaGetrichqulek

i Apney. but told bow It bad been se all hour marked by blstory's strokes.It "Oh I "14u't say (that, my dear.". schemes are all right
It proved him wbat
red. we would
,
; ,
t has its demand. The greatest hourof
-Houston Post.
f'v a grafter, and a good one-more bl.torY'demanded a world savins: until you wake up.KEWP .

I u bad one.' Hit wealth was sacrifice, and all tUnes point. bark Boware.. greater than his treasures; a nit to Christ saying First -'Beholdthe S. That Contain Mercury.a : YOVmSKIX XAL.TBT. r b m'
be rich: : and not have much that manS"-the! greatest man oreart'h' mercury will surely destroy the MOM ol weader for'salftteralremeeaema. '
.belongs to himself. Zaccbeos at null and completely Cleraace abe whole rigtern TwT'I'SSlIIa baa dew from
greatest hour. Second &a wba..nterln it. through, the &&tiler"gro ad Iteb *ryMpela & '
... that mammas
; feared of
some his meansbelonged $
like Him sen..acrUlce. And head ohap. ehafe* .o.d
sa-ve. *. infant s.r.
should
with Such artidee never be used and
.i the assets -of ethers.What .
the Christ gives us our motto our except ea pveecnptiona from reputable. phyaicuaautb other brms ot skis<11_.*. In segravtM -
_I account king and. swelling ofbank principle of financial salvation: *damif they willd; *ill ten fold earn of so*aa" cares kav.bees mar 4
there) would bo If allS "Wist ye not that I must: be about to the flood you -can possibly derive tramthem. ..lo.* aad.thousand* ef people slag l Ikiprataee. .
S [financial Injustice, were righted' by AiaU'a Catarrh VaN manufactured 50o. at &i..g.'lta or by mall from Uon '
!}.e return vt the amount multiplied Bty Father's business Earth' business by F. ...Cheney* Co. Toh.k O.. contain : J.:T.,,Ssurraua, >>.pt.. A, Bavaaaaa, Oa.Hard !
must be made God's business. ,
feov no m irury, and u takes IDtona&llt.iDcchrecu :
The first treasure that Into Christianity has given; the wend ,>upon the blood and>mucous urfaee -
::: came
7' experience of Zacchetiswas Its greatest sad best As It hag been. of Lb..,....... 10 buying&lJ'(Cat.arl'll Cure I words seldom make aa Inapaesion .,
un- so It must be. We may truly say. so be mire you vet the ......... It i* taken in. cm soft people., Why .
the
Rents of truth which ternaUy. ajufnad* in Teledo. Ohio by Jf. .\
It Is. The demands of the world on .
thatflay be discovered: and found J. -Go. Testimonial* taw; 1 ,
I
the church seldom Oisappolnted.
;j precious. A walk a talk a meal. The few failures are but the rule Cheney' ; price, 74c. per bottle. Mow Her III.Was eaved'Wbe. OCtmow .

.. -a guest and the man Is that the bank of faith prove can supply Take llall'a l'amilr.l"ill. for. constipation. a..b. Large.S..1De..1 She ,

( : -converted.not A mile manwho I the calls of !tght. I ban the coming 'TnpVT OWW TT. few people there are whVarenot
ould see could thank: Ood; : ;
Truly faith way out ter," afraid. 001.I uniI es. 'Not lone: ago '

by hearing. And wbat did he 'type of Christian.' In law and litera said'(be tenderfoot "tto_ your beautiful m. harmless Jlttl garter" saake left .on i 't'f
In art and science among capitalists .
ture.
? Millions of men have walked "statesmen and vuaaetrSomebody' the wheel -of. aa' automobile which sued ,

and dined together without.In and kaborers what --meed been was. being driven by a 'W....... The, \ :

; ,. ..d seen Jesus each,other.but like: Ot another course"He he namely-;Christian men-that ta. men trsig9T.." replied &.rIIlOD& at.'sic i iain't left woman to piwmptly fainted and the Into car a E ; ; 4' '
Its ran
Chrlstllke. own resources.
-
mine: Chicago >>
Him, now Words -of divine
. The third treasure be secured was atone wax and .ou> .. and sublime thought had flowed Reeora-Heral4.'j -- '
wisdom. We in Eaccheu one .l. F. .
see Ask Bore tnt* r r dent.
< Ills gracious The "Water .
i rom lips. who could make but was bow 'It the ,. snake 1
Life' became A stream making money A powder. rent The bias .of a pol***>en* 5
and fruitful the.best where the 'bound to male it honestly and willing Bunion*,Swollen, Sore,tiotC.IIouti Aching Allen'slksm.F.se needs prompt attention Mr*...K. M ,
Nail 'I
to use It well. It be objected I HweeaUagFaet: and Ingrowing -
worst had predominated. may notdishonestly makee ne w or tight shoes...)'.At Tichel. Bout No 1, Boer i0. DillIburg *- ''
that 'all his was "
What an ant-lent lesson for modern money ell Druggists and Shoe'store..$6 eDtAI. '&0p'DO..llbetJtUtAl. i ; Pa. ..elll oraw she saved bee lit* .t
{ .. The ChrlsUaa worker of to- obtained. Let us accept ..Bamule mailed Fats I C ; '
pet when bitten bra large ....k.., j
is
/ ) bas left the path of success be- that as a fact, for It possible Address U.i1. Olmaled. LeBoy N. Y.. \. .
that the glUm of a few thousands or "One August 29., 1905. .I was Mttea '
: he seeks changes that con- \
wilt )
: the man. Change the mall and millions shotdd give the guilty conscience glere'gjaleof pleasure to 3>e derived >on the i band twice by a sup eepperBiead 1.1\18 : t1'' ,1 .'
: peace. He found thl '.. far front deceiving & snake. Being a dlsbaskoe free Say !
.deceiver.MKATM
will change bis conditions. Atrd A : . < ;
here Is an external force that *. It could be-obtained hi reetltstlon. .medical.. alc1, a* ..', last resort fuSed, .'.I.J | I I ; ; '
restitution What be wanted '
The proved
t'e N1'IO WOKNC.
,/-blesse the.soul. 'Ye..hall know the Sfoaa's> Unlmeat. and t* my .*-- ( t
1 to be his gilt of half his goods \ .
; .I for
I.peak rsrrsarss,
.oe.-rwb co TI>
Jbruth and the truth hall make .
S ** you what he was. We can almost feel his 4wea uM It eared .... .( ring-worm .a its ment toned It killed all. pain and 'was 'lfl",
>> > free. It the Son make yon free ye conversion as bill actions accuse :Jilm- wen* -.. My whole cheat f...m seek to I shall be free Indeed. It was undoubt- watat wa raw a* 1tHI.l: >ut T.'I'7a.--" aa4 yy g : s {
stOT of boarding and indulgence. His ; the! mother ?; i idly these two-personality and ..... :atal eurdatlsd" rocs oC pile" So .W !
desire seem to broaden from being a never,'.J.tbout. J4aUnentT! tit
truth-that proved sit Inestimable river ay.. .... at. F.JToae of M TaueaiU St.. your . /1> w '*'
lake of to becoming a
pleasure
,. alae to Zeccheu PMc.a.rg, P.. TsrTBBt, the *.*>t akin \ lg
wealth is
RI .' Christianity Is the broadest and of Sjlesslng.The use of ? a r.m_.is MId !by 4rac-lt or eat kr mallforMe. New Twrk: paid In Ut7.fSl.AW.000 .:
great art and a wise wealth user'is- Writ I. 2'. Durrani, DS S. A,
best thing of everyday JUe-for our '' 14.000.000.:
la,1atereetnd I
: : <
Falg indeed an artist Let u* presume the pay !
matterot-fact day If yam please. It same conditions to prevail fas our day| S.vnBh,.aa. la UOS about. the same as the Federal, *:T x"I', I I ; .
make every man a brother and every True loje and.sjhotfts are ottea Calked .. "
.
to the .
one-half of my goods poor one- Oeyesnnient.W ,
If those whoIwv
.-toother-a missionary. half Clf the accumulated wealth -the about but teuton. oen.Tfairy .- ,
', '" r
S and live the-truOt would *lve .
wealtH that Is making people selfish '
f. the truth who doubt. the reealt I and aclf-lndulgent. often wasteful aid PrAfeedonal Men, etart llfe.auntlsg for tame sad

b It was not only what Jesus was. but wicked-one-half Chi ,wealth would clergymen. teachers nd .singers' .._' we settle down ts tooklnjrr for a Ur :

what H.. was and said that touched prosper charity: missions and the Brown* Bronchial Troche (or curing b.-Jalew.' Tork.aMZ.SMSfMMiMt Prtaaa.i :
tbe conscience and moved tile heart hoanexea and eoagba. ;
cause ot Christ beyond'' all oer fond ''I'
'of Zecchens.' We-bave "this treas- ,
i : .
est dreams. Yet let us remember the Y
(t
tare" Indeed In earthern vessels: yet. ;
wisdom "ITS'7 '
church Is blessed with great :
whatever the vehicle, the tr".urel.ftruth and willingness.to use wealth for the OOINCIDHBi. .'
are committed to u* and by Teung flyoonamore (wtth enthttsismm"Ian"t '.'
good of the. and the glory ot God.
to b6 : race: : = ::: :, ,
reconciled
them we persuade men -
Dollle Dumpling' adram
Tbe wealth1 of all the world t* held ) that
I > *
..
Jo Qod. Oh,' for;: willingness -' I t
br the professed follower of ?" 9 .
largely
aad to make our walking, talk- .... .',5.5sv.
pfort
.This is It should be not ire
Christ. as ,, : Ardtas-"Tee'yoq'II'wake up Jra..rat.e. t..a ter
: IngWnd vlsltlnfc tell for religion!: and : .. \ i
Uf.\ "Go . f teaching them'whatsoever because It Is by them most deseJ'Yed.but 'day an* find that'a all she ..."-Cbloaco I s.ew.r.5Ie5. :
because It II them best used. '
v I have commanded The wealth ot the\by world Tribune. ::t.. = E
may '
+: j t 1 and la J am with you alway, said largely; by Christians but It belo s '.* ___-.;../ M"-.T*'-, """ *"-- -' I -"-... Qt.. -- ; :: .* uf
J t
truth" i after all the .. ..
i "The vsaMADEFOR
*
1, -Jesus to Qod. No man is truly a Christian Pile* cased in a to 14 pay;, I .
and the church's greatest M
\ worlel' 5- rich man unless he is a liberal giver Paso ointment cu..teed t.e any Ij .
.jf .treasure. and even the Christian poor often ea sotltcbin..B1indBle.dingorPntTU i 1ng .
"i The second treasure that he secured prove that It more .blessed to give Pala tp S Ie 16 days or money rstuadad..1UcIo. SERVICE : .
t' light and sight together -- ..
? was than to receive. / IN THE ROUGHEST WEATHER '' \ .fl"
dealer Is .
I.- 'they here created: for each other. The business of a dog apt } :
Tbe fourth treasure that be secured j if ,'AalnMt was not salvation. "This day is to .be a bowling aucce .. \ -"
thateproved was
'rabbi, but'seeing himself : :
salvation come to this bouse. so said Itch cured in 30 minute! by.Waolferd'aSanitary . .
his great blessing. Self-sight Is aC .wor:; '
Christ. Does it to get right with.. ,
pay :
Lotion. Marwriail* AtdruggwU.4t ; :
,\\ thing to be prized and prayed for. God and to square up with men? As \ I 4SS.UIIt ., . : '

'! Ob, 'wad some power the glftle gla; well ask Does it pay to buy gold If you would keep your lends'don't !nelt.lm. it

us; eagle with trade dollars? Salvationis ret Into the habit of using them. POMMEL ; 1
;, .?o see ourselves a* Ethers see'U8. truly the "Pearl of Great Price"wblch. .,;
.We believe the light reVealed Zac- once found it is worth all to DOM'T COT TOUT CORN:" '. I \ SUCKERS ,, ; t :

+c ehsus that day to be small! not only obtain It. Directly salvation Is ever If you suffer with corns bunion,core, : 350' '

In stature but In character as.well. and always free-w.lthout money and eallen* spots( on the feet. er oft 'eern between t .ThU trade-mart. ; : : ';:

1 A* Acbaft/ with his wedge' of.gold and without price; Indirectly it Is secured the toe, g* to your druggist or *edSta. ami the word

J Judas with his thirty pieces ot silver by. humiliation restitution; confession by mall. for AOTT'* a*** I.PU> loan V .1DVEK on the ; '

.shrinkInto. men too small to be sol- and liberality.Salvation p.uve. It eore quickly and permaneatrywithout I I r, \' .button distlnaubh I

M ',. '4Jer..aDd apostle, -.0 Zaccheu.. is affected is so great' it must cost cutting,burning er "_tlDC.!. the thUJ kink! j

,i by his wealth. He happily becomes and.ao great it cannot be purchased.Not dish aid leave BO pain or ''.oreae**. slider ,..
big* enough to be willing to allof earth's wealth' end treasures Addswa TBB Aaaorr Co., Savaaaah Oa. ; stas9! >d '
?t. ''give one-half and to'restore as for wefe : *rand* : I
away can buy salvation "pre ..tor90!:. '.",...
r > touch as necessary. But h. is small redeemed not by silver or g 0d.| bot.. Some people can't even be crazy .. .

d ;,, 'before the implied methods of its ob- by the precious blood of Christ. _,.Zaccheus without attracting; attention. (At 14-08)) *

1 ,taming < was to have less of material .. .
;,.::; .:Tbefack: of character Is not only a things.-: but so much more of spiritual .. '
.
: ;;JrtDt tot be deplored,-but littleness in things. There are lives loaded t .

+ tq w.this sense is the ground of great with material wealth and blessings \ J.4

1 'evils. A man of small body small that are Just sinking! them in sin and ,
"- mind, small beart must be limited In wickedness. They are sure to strike I ?

r,':)tg .ability to do good; but the small the rocks 6f an accusing conscience -
i ,:character unlimited In his possibilities and condemning heart. Man lightens : ': lj; /
\ :
i tt, . of evil. He may be restrained tbe ship. Restitution and liberalitywill IT .WILLPAY : / ,
,
r 1 by yelf-fear or Interposed providence, prepare the way for God's great . .. .. . t) \ : .
t '.':"'yet- the probabilities are he will be a blessing of-salvation. ., '. . !! I Y
fS ,
:
"...withering'and.blighting curse. In How rich. Zaccbeus became that : ,
,
Sc,, 'makIDgmone,. the publican was COBtantlnrtempted day I Like Mart he found that better ..... .. . \ : : \ u

f . to fleece both the part-a treasure that the' ''world I

rich.and the poor. "Dishonesty" was cannot give neither take away. He .., 0'" : : Mverlise In Be T ; ( 4

1 st :... his abllttyan4."tricking" his trade la a living testimony that honesty 't '

+ lr'! .Herein lies the value of the truth ac- pays and the square deal Is profits .. 1 .
'
,rf 1.afjj.jquiredthat, ble. .' He gained lite' greatest pos I j i
,,f .the sorrows ndu affert ; :
1 'tNfflsBslll jth* price of session.-th* salvation of his soul. : : '
4/ STaBi I.r"1Inffs of others Is acquired at the cost And a.trange'to say he began to be ;

> / .blighted conscience and a lost doubly rich when he was converted. .
,Ic.otouL;; his contact ."ltb ,the good in He learned to 'give to the poor and .

L .elite; and thought: in Jesus made him thus started tolend to the Lord. His ; }

L ... himself and seek betterment. treasure* were simply transferred. : .- -- .. - .. r ----
..'Herelft'lie.'the power ot tie Christ i r-every honest-dOi .r'II'-Dcerelicl i i
": If would-retain friends .
env; \ ..: \\and the Chrlstlaa:, coin charity and liberality la so saved you : don'tmake Thoro! "I*. Only,..Ojao S

II 1., X4fe la an opportunity. It. II noterrloo beyond the rainy day treasures laid ,them envy you.Itrs.Winalow'sSootbing. :
I .;. to.be so smallwe will not en- .up In Heaven. God give u* tbe fear t ,, : '

='" .'. .. .There are. of courses op- of doing wrong:' a daring courage to Syrnpfor 0hDcreIathlnl.aortMut ; 1"Bromo (
'# ,, '' ...ot thegumsrducednfsmma.iconallay.paincur'awind , : -
; ,portunltles tbatjany: one worthy right; our wrongs and an unwaveringfaith < "
*',;'i.:the name of man will not, embrace.. to do well with what Is '.truly ooUcaflc bottle,, ", *' y. '

"f r'' .''"7A bigness to' be- eo etedJ- There are our. possessions..'. To hold 1 I. to'lose; "'You. Cani blame a dremak r for That '"IB ,

< !, also Invitations of sin and solicitations to give is to save.. God grant that In t ,54
wanting to work'on"pay train :
; ,
that call for. smallnoss'tkati abound ., 1
self
-of a this grace'of.'' giving we may ', :
,w. despicable There are doors to the blealnlt! Of others on earth, To Lion the directnd and-4I"k..ft.lnlJ. Laxafiv Brox ''i'S' ,
and It I I. fact of human ourselves IDHeaven. :
'all about as a and the enriching oC: of the system take LtarBeM Tea the Mild
,.1. ....tence.> that: we will enter some.r -*.'. ., ' t lieVb laxative. It nurifie de blood,' T1111r t WJtLOoYla, till .

fhj. whwisdom'and', 1, '_ a- .eaW".tN: disease and .bring Good Health. alEp : .I..t. '
Y F1
+ ,:..: ,..f .' [ I
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;"'.4 God tbat"no life I*left without Its Heathen. Home. : remeabet:',,4be full ham*.!, took" : : ..# ..
.' 'The time of a mn whowalks. a mile 'Always ;
: grqstunityfor <<0012. Esau may sell Those that do most for tbe'Jle.thea j,"' ..
'l Mrthrignt; but God -set Is the abroad are' ''those who. do most. for to eve a I1lekellm't.. .very valuable.." ;; '|or this. rignatars: : '0&. every boa. ,, |6e. ,( : I 1'

j:.erT'Jacob t a'ladder. that the ,Ii.atlaeaat. ,' home." .-John ,O..l'a-. I. .h., ; '
heaven.".' '011_, 4 i :

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4 "stow tkat there IL.bot .single one ..... t* thalr coodltloa my most- sera1palous *.a..a.,'.a". " Stiltli8lt/tNNSSMiS'

: that 4ras not In the Interest'of the people perseaal.conslderstlea.

and In further restraint of the pew,.
," \' kr era of tbe,rsllroads. I have Und keen to, give you an
s t
\ .e..tltutlen. Rights''' and Duties ..fOov.rnor. outline of some'of the policies. that I LEADING

i o e. will advocate In my, messages to.' th,"

No man Is good .enough,: or pure legislature. I If eICK'ted'.ovc.rnor: and

enough to be 'vested. with power); outside trust that my views on governmental: I CANDIDATE. J
t 4 the law which. must: always besupreate.'If matters meet with youpproval. Tbe .
candidate are before' to 'choose
? elected" governor I will\ you ,
ti, 4 obey the law l In the minutest matters from and 1 shall! not attempt to de- ;'
sa well as in the greatest mid observe tract'fmm any of the other gentlemenwho FORUNITED dw

It as humbly I shall export It..to'be oVer' themselves for' the position '
r h,. of governor". I would not show at
,i i. observed by the richest or the pooieslclttxen. ray
. Moi'o limn f"ls.J, J will obey ness for the position pf governor to i-
ths'xplrlt as 'well si the letter of .the prove them unworthy and If I havenothing CIfA I

law; for: a chief. executive. cannot set more to .'Ommend'm.aell to
ir the example of being Himself above the you than alp attack upon them I 'am

law and expect te build up a law abiding poor\ malarial out of which to make a STATES,
citizenship.The governor. I would not willingly. planta ,IJ % -

constitution of Florida provides: thorn In any man's bosom nor wouldIt : ;
T.
.' ,' -HY "The powers\ of the government of t lbstfttn add/ anything to the satisfaction of E I ,,-'
SENATOR '
'
-r . of Florida 8I .U.1Ht divided Into nomination\ to know that any other
_
1r t : three depart -lcglHlstlvei" executive limn may he! dlouppnlntml or pnliiecl by '"
; and the result nod I ask friend
JudlcUl-and no porson prop. my to contiiict -

t .orly belonging te ono of the dopart tin-In rnmjiiilffM in my Uolmlf, ,upon ,,.

F monts shsM' ...rel.* any, powers op- IliiH. prlueijdo.npd'Iii| << 111.1''* Kplrlt. Tlnit
"" ...,. psrtaihing; to sitheref, the othors/; I 1'IIItlUJhltlClI''" to bold thlH} high otn... DUNCAN U.FLETCHER .'j S.J' -1

cept In cases" expressly provided for by I ilo not deny" KliM-o" III;' .ll rut c ti-iii, $<-'' the

this t'oliitUtuUOI1.Al1lcle/ 2. 4 into imlillc, llfo-I 1 haves! laude a, HtinljV"1" I''Sto"'s .-Id.

The spirit! ,of thin enactment prohibits , u-ovciiniK'iii'il: nflnli-H ID try nittl (ill I for These Principles :: sot Va

1 +p r el arty' Interference' by the.leKlxlallvc.executive "invK/'lf In (tinm-" decree<< li> |perform 1lnilinl !' .". Oil
4 : or Judicial --departments' I, (>4 i if Mutt anise If It were er 11.,1'go'ul Control of laieratale Carriers by: .........*.,, ..7wet
f the government"Vltli; any' of ibo rights. \ ('''rt,''II"' t<> obtain. '. II. But'niv, alit jommeroe Co.,....... .

I '6 'er'pi-erogntlveii the other, and I regard l.ltlcn IH rc" "iltiteil. U.v principh.| | IIn.I'1 Favors' laoosae Tax. .",,!I 1

..tbiii Inhibition as moat importantfor rut I InespShle|, I l It.,. HIP mi 'lure, mid Ton;' Stand lot:Tariff Revision, ... Benefits *eFlorida >, ", 'any-
preservation( of a true iepubllcan of my 'i-nnvU-lloim, of M-,<'kliic \IMTXOHI Fawners and FraU Growor J.. r. \ 1I.

form of'government.Will iKlvniHTiiii'iil<< , Iliroiiifh any conifp' ul l hlp.a] Egyptlae Cou_. '...t tai

Not Att.mpt to Dictste to or Con- )" mill( |ml Icy, or \\-hlett' ifiy ti"Ii,t.'nt i <- trot the Logiclsturo. IctloiiH. HIV not. tin, Imtiuspring| .a.11.1 haled Hirer ... Waiejrwaryav C

i ,. It will he my:. duty and plenxnre toreconunend tlu llfi. Opp..d e. Tenet. aaJ aU H.u-. f: :
t \ l'hrct' ; pollHc' Mlilcli I will fimir U I.j
J. to the Il"gl.lature"l'f"11.IDm..nNIITC'II. F."... C.rre..p He>te>rsmAtlantic ,
I -- 11 but .I will not attempt..<< to elele are InxtfiiiiieiitH only of in;'
dictate to the .legislature. what should hlfCber nlin cud' purH! | >m>.=:tat bring !1 y yl

\ ,JEFFERSON B. BROWNE.Platform U or .should not,do! nor will I personally t P.II'C' tutu t'MMIVIII! to our'' cltlwnn; ., to r

" ,-'-' ----- .;:...';:.. -- -='= =:- solicit the rote of-any member of theII..h.llltlreo' remove |iarllHtinslilp' from tiuiong tbepeople ,. w'.r;
and from the administration; of
: \ for or again any nieseurepruding rci I'r j
| before It. I shell make myrefniniiieiidatlonn I the government. tn cnroiiraxe capital Linei (.,
of to seek Investment III our state and restore > Coast 1
( and.give my reasoni ,
''I"y. tlmt iir, (>n|>orlt.vrt. > BO long cujo.ved -
therefor
to the legislature, as the constitution ..
,r hut blfh seems to Iw seriouslymeullPii
F require, but I will) not ?
F use
by the acts. of ifollllrlanswhohave ROUTE( OF THE CELEBRATED a
meilKMlnwhich( would be condemned Ifprncttoed
: .3', "' ', Jefferson B. Brown: hj a private. citizen. cnnslderml *duly their own (>BIIII- "New York and Florida Special"AND

The constitution. further says "The'geveru cal nilvHnceinent. and not the t prosperity ',
> Mini welfnn" of our state and out
."r shall take care the laws be *
: CANDIDATE FOR GOV1lRNOR.S ; filthfnlly exeuiitMl.<< "-Article. 4. Section 1 people t"
: 4. If these Clews suit you I itch youi; vALS

'' -- -- .- Ills duties are with the execution support. Sincerely TOUrli..TEF1"F.RtalON "Chicago; and Florida Li in i ted"

' r 'and Without 'Dodging'a\ and not! with the enactment of laws B. BROWNE. Solid Vestibule Trains.' Steam Heated and Electric iJghte II't
: : : a ar. Positive Invasion or I shall take special charge of the faithful ; 'r
Dining Care
,; t'i, .' Any Issues-Not the' Candidate of Any Faction, hooks executlou ef- all laws en the statute t.4 of Pousd a Weekat .. ;','1'', r

'IntereM least, Is what u young baby olllbt -- .W'
or Particular, DtMJnes*. ., Fat Law ; E
ore W Limit" Candidate's Ex- to, /gain In weight. Dues your? If ;
.
.. -- ; penditure. jot. there' something wrong with its "FLORIDA AND WEST INDI'LIMITED" TO THE, ( j4f.Jeal
I shall recommend to the legislaturethe dhre t.loQ. Give it McGee's Baby
I am a native Florldlan lawn 1 lu Key -AND-;
Elixir and It will begin gaining at '
voting, l ,. 'hil (N known .the Australian Ia..p01! a bill to limit the amount 7 E''
ni!! EAST'"NE1V
West. My mother was horn In St. .>nce. Cures stomach and bowel YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESS"Tu
;. Augustine lu :1824 and 1 Is now living lui'lot! ".\">U>os. S. J. I'll.' But' a candidate. may aawnd-in a primaryelection. troubles, aids digestion, stops fretful'ulness .
the seed had IKII<< u\\ii.. 51141. 'the eu' \ I connlder this absolutely necessary good for teething babiesPrice THK; -- a;'
ln KefV..t.. My father was born In tr
t tlment of the .people "r tin state for to the preservation ef the primary 25c and 50c. Sold by Robersun's FLYER', and '
(Virginia and came to Florida In 1WU: ,t
i system, for if,the ,
honest flection Man m strong, that It present moth fhartnacy. WEST'DIXIE
"' lie was the )at survivor of the HtJoseph's rs not long lK'fuie It was written lu ode continue, and there Is every. reason - "MONTGOMERY ROUTE'

convention that net In :1888 tbe law.First to think they will grow won.. we will :, Master's Sale. I

ti ,| tad framed'! tile constitution under Advocate For Stats Regulation of soon reach a.point where no poor manor Pullman Buffet 'Sleeping Cars to New York Chicago, St. Louise'';
d' was'admltted one who has no rich backers can bi Undw a sal. d erao dated U 13thd. of >
which Florida to the Un- Primario Atlanta and Intermediate Points. f
i neinlaated to Xareh. A. D. 11108. ..* M order' Imod. the Mth! .
a high office and the Ifl
-.' 1M1o :IMS: ; I was the first to advocate state reft- minor day' of_nonth.. .... d.oat of the Circuit Court lie r
county poult long will \be within .
,O,. ef the Leaders In the Croat Anti.I nlntloui prl nary eleotlous and Intro- the reach of those'only who able of UM 7th Judicial Oipcult In stud for O* ota cause PULLMAN DINING OAR _"VICE."" ';
b'l' f. serseration Fight ef,1W1.I dut-ed senate' bill 123" 'to regulate the {, are tr. Fferlda .t Ch.mb.. wheels AcMu r HM.te I
S' 'tar* attended every' state conventtea <' holding of party primaries, 'and tel or willing to risk a large., sam ef money OMnploinant end W, H etU'J's.: is ..r.....- For tickets, reservation or Information vail on nearest Atlantic Coast *
pnnlsb Illegal voting and ;:false awearInic te obtain them. Those who have gone ant. fonoloniTO alTetwttlo raortcmc. I Wiu lOll sipubUc Line Agent", or ,
: 1
1 .11 sla l >ce. 18SO, and, aiy Tote and 017 at tbe same,"' 8. .J. 1803. to the expense of purchasing the office! outcry. III treat:.'th court has door InKhol I i adm'die

{ .veto*' were ,always On the aide of thee Measured by the standards of favoring will be tempted to repay themselves in _CKr. I"IoricIa" ,. on 1Ioad.t r.the 4th av J. W. CARR T. I*. A. TAMPA KLA. J. O. KIKKUANDr: D. P. A'I ] ,

t-' I ..... la ".1891 M president of the a railroad commission! and ad TO some way or 'other from the'office. Ido. of M.,..A. D. 1110II. botwoon UM kel hours of T. C.WHITE. O.'P. A. WILMINGTON N. C. .W. J. CRAIG, P....TV, ** reel's

Florida ,senate J stood with fifty-one. .not say they will, but they should _h. the folknriaadojcriboj Mock and slab of
the system,
eating primarjelection be .atU ranging la tfce mantles of 0-... Oimns.
not so tempted. -
them and fought for .b weekiagsJuat my record Is. good and strong. Begin Br........ awl St. bent..In the .tata of Floridanumbering \ .. ..tutlima
r. 0' the attempt of the corporation! nlng wltb tbe convention of 18H4 and Prohibition., eIP' hundred and. City (8SO) bad, Ke'N w hArttANh V M'h- Ulf

as dominate'our politics until 'suceecrowned In overt: state convention since that ,I favor prohibiting the sale ef In more or'teas;marked sad ......... In tae CUowtnmark > '

r v our efforts by the election. of timD' state executive, commit toxlcatlog liquor In the state, of Florida .and brand. via: bolt. split ta one ..... and i>

that: grand old commoner Wilkinson tet.and In legislative halls, In season but.1 did not espouse this cause crop. ball crop opporMt UM oh.r.u; bnndod ii i Sunny. South Stables : ,
,OaY.The In and out seasouI bare been In the for i olltlcal advantage, for I knew thatI 48[.,or 12;.... the said. mrk end branda with. '.. .. : ecICou
corporaUon were deep
t forefront of tbe fight tp/r the people'1llatel'flt. -'uld thereby l lose the support of two _'- om cut up and the other down: also l lir
i pollHca sad Pier factors to 'be taken who III- tho same nark. aad ........ two dowlaps. <
men
*. > many are my warm personal >
; _o t'nsurted *f .ta every .,amp IKo: They It 1 were susceptible to corporation friends without the assurance of any both cut down. also. aid mark and i(> L.IH. INGRAM, Proprietor. him
:' brand wrth two. dewlaps. lug handle > 0501
"... .,.- to ,very Jcnown polltlral! art Influence or (control I' would have corresponding gain. eut la two; aIM the said anariu. and brand <> pass .......-.........-..................-.--....--....---. hem0Ella
,a \ ", .\ ,. : and.. means to win that fight,, and many gone over to that side when they were Corporations Transferring Cases From. wattlod; abw markad CI'OCI.- apltt.upporbithi -

\. \ 'a good mao, was' not strong enough to ,dominant In out politics and not at at.t. to Federal Courts Should BeCxoludoc ono ear.tiadormlope. .......rbI,In the other ear; i 1 j -dentEtlIt
"; Msisf thalr overtures Had the, men this time when the people are In the > From the State branded 28;; shin marked. crop,half crop. uppnrbitIn I il VERY SALE and BOARDING 'I :: '

.'who comprised that fifty-two been' autaptlble .' could have', been 'governoiIn I shall recommend the enactment of a on.*a*. and. owaflowfark. Upaorbit oawaat .In .. ioa

r :, 1 to any, Improper Influence \ 181)2 had I not been true to the Interests law to revoke the license of any for the other oar. branded 72; ,said stock e.'I"..__...._._____1 it3euAgn
whether of 1_ of political of the people in 1801. sign corporation doing !business la Flor, and stocks of cattle .bo-lnr all' the
money, prom ; cattle owned. br the said.. defendant on Well equipped with New Stock, aitd Vehiolea and' glerlra
preferment and the, alluring "proapectf Not a Corporation Man or a Corporation Ida that shall transfer a case from a the 28th ear of N. >*tT. I. o.d stat*of r orlda.xoopt Ij

_ { ,. ',. power or threats of political destruction e."d III.t.. state to a federal. ,court, Litigation. In .. the Mlowlnr. stock: : .On. maricod crop. !> prepared to meet all demands with Perfect;Satia-M Otonapp'

,,that fight would never have! been I have never been a corporation man. the federal court. Is very:; expensive, bit crop In on ear. and .walknrfwrh nndor awn i faction. '

woo by the, people,' and those who I am not one now and never expect to and many a )lone man by his Inability Mt In the other oar.branded KH; and ono marludcrop ii ii i > I ;wlll

1t fought that good' fight can be trusted be one la the future unless by "corpo- to carry bin ,case through ,these tribunals ,half anp pprMt! in amoar and ...._. i i>; / year
white they live to protect the Interests ration man" It meant one who Is absolutely Is prevented from obtaining Josttce. fork ppatMt sawaot In UM other oar, branded. HEAVY -
HAULING
. A
.C the people. They were tried In tbe fair In deciding between the "". tendency to transfer case cP;and_awkd lath n. In on. son up- { I SPECIALTY., '. .' ?, err
furnace ,of lire and proved pure gold. people and tbe corporations and who Is also k reflection on the Integrity el per and.nd*,bk ia tIoe....*av. bald WI!:. ...Ktf ""'" ,.l'sdte
'' Said stock sad sacks of cattle to bo sold a*ther .
j .Mot a N.w Convert to tit. CUM, .f the practices that strict Impartiality his. the state courts, and'those'foreign( corporation run on the ran and denVarad to the purchaser the e
en, % People. -' dealings with them which a conscientious that 'leek: to do business or pMKhaaots. br Bin eI Sale at thor tan on the ,,m She e

.rN I am not a new convert to the theory 4>lmervance of his' oath of office Florida must -be made to understand ........ .**
.that the. people and not the corpora requires. One of our greatest southern that they cannot l; treat our court with Said stock and aboeks of cattle an sold. a* the ou'r'glee

ft V tIoae..hlll, govern for I was fighting statesmen has said. The man who contempt ner trill\ they be permitted property of W.' Honnr Sa...*.tandaat. ,.aatia* C.A.. CARSON.Ptwldmt. J. A. CRANFOBD, 8. Lo W: E&o ; silo
rt, the battle of the people against ,tree would do the">sllroads wrong In order te prevent eur people from obtaining I,. nose sad. nwrteas held ,brAckla '. Baa. Vleo-Pcwldmt.& .;'
,
r' l'' BMndous odds and iqfluences long be to get the people's ojBftces would de the justice 'by entailing upon them expensive Cemplaliuat.TmuofsaICASH. \

"4 ,$ .fere /It,, became' the popular ildle.N people wrong whenever be wants something litigation I 1st the United, State .

a .v. Always' Faverwl. Streng R.lro.1I"If from tbe railroads" worse! than he courts., P. A', VAH Aolf... Master W. lOSMBTON.In Cbaacorr.Veanplahiant's LUMBER ,obeil
-KISSIMMEE
of state to
Commlsaion.rrom wants public office. The right a' revoke; theii Solicitor. 9DStMaster's CO.

Did. Not ConcuH With Any Railroad licenses -for this cause Is no l longer \, ----- -- ,
my- earliest! political career I Man About Candldaoy.. mooted question It having been fully Sale. Colt
have been an advocate of a railroad 8a
,
.
sustained lu tbe of
rotimilt cases: Doyle venue
.ewoDQUdon. law and voted agalnit aboUIsbJog I did not wltb any railroad the Continental Insurance company, 94 Voile and,br virtu*of a doore of foroclMur -4. \ mootRc
'the railroad commission In 18U1. than or the representative of any .railroad and ale hwuad. out 01 and under the seal of the
[ R3n" Mutual Life Inaurance
U. L4. ; Security
... & J.. pp. 830, 887V 838. with ieferetice.to becoming a candldtttet against Prsltt 2OI Circuit Court of the 7th Judicial Circuit of the Rough ,and DresSfe4 :
Under that law the railroad commissioners and whatever support If any, U. 8. 246.company a State of Florida, in and for Oauola County dated. It.r,
t were appointed'by the governr. II i get from that or any other source March aoth.1908. In Chancery elttI_. wherein / a Sear
must come! to me with the clear knowledge lash Railroad t. Have Accredited./ Jane M.A. McDermott te Complainant and Julia k Ell
and who
the reason given by some Pine Lumber.
and positive assurance from in* Representative In Florida. MoCIoKand and W.G MeClolland nrwOafondanta, t 'mass'Bu
: favored Its rt'pealII'all theta -
vacancyeo that l If I urn elected governor I will I favor the passage of a law requiring 1 will a..net. publa( outcry:: U the highest. and bust ). '
the lon about bo
; < >mml8 to
x was ohall'Lies
ry, S bidder for caah.on the 4th darof Mar. A D. --. .
not be Influenced or controlled by any each railroad doing business In th
filled by the appointment 'of one whom ,
the earn being the ant Monday .In sold. month
corporation or Interest 01' by any man stats of FtM'l4s"to have an accredited
did not In. rder to meet
they want.' f> and a land sale day. within the laid hours of
t that objection and for the further rea or faction and that I, aaft I alOne. will representative residing In the state ale, before the Court hoar door In gM.am.eCity by C
be of Florida and I will not' who shall have fall authority to adjust. HOUSE .BILLS A SPECIALTY. stenofund
son that I knew that the only way to governor said OoDoota Tountr Florida, th* f 11o.1na'.IaDd.iJ'acaDCl .
have an effective railroad commission be a puppet Ia'the hands of any man aU differences-arising between the peel<,r'..-'..... \ blot. ..ft..ale-aid OOOp

p, wssto make It elective,, I Introduced faction or corporation, .or 'wm t"1.! pie ef the state and tan..railroad-walcahe -TOxiBtr and Stato and rloorrlhod ai fcU ws. vis: be Dl

senate 1 bill 181 on May,. providing for ,the"leader. or head efa faction. - -- 'represents.. This will prevent s The southwest quarter of onthwMt quarter of - ., .r. DartID 0.
or ln.J2ta..commlNlooent.1 ;Th"bIIl stand Squarely/ Uy Record as Railroad greatdsal'of frtetloa,, and the people Section" FlfUen Township Thirty. Sooth of Range --; : tarsi.'J
r t'e will get speedy relief for any wronf ThhHr-throa.East.: .
; passed tae senate, but failed.,to pass CommUuoWer. pC. Tb
odd tIM of ..
which they 'have sustained frees Said land being a* property aaMDorondants
the bouse.Keoerd. I stand squarelyby record t1; my the railroad. ..*. to aatlo/r the not and mortgage hold. metaprase
'* For Fair Elections. the railroad commission. and no man far aid Complainant tovathar. with the cots of A. CARSON JOHN M. tBB "
Nt B CAR90H
: ; ;;
Eiurois.PaFd.ning' .. ,
> ''I ,wa'.- among, the earliest advocate can show that I opposed anything In .MI. suit. Tnna of ale ash Proeldot. Yiu.peeeldest. Ca htor,; I tloo:
of the adoption'of the present ballot the Interest of the people that was possible The power to grant pardoas te per W. B.'JOKN8TOH.MaMar .
to be done tinder the law. sons convicted ef ertsae should be |. Chaaeorf.BBOOS .
_)"IIte-'D- Klorl! l",,and on the first day ex State-Batik of KIssiitimee.Kissimmcc ; .
of tbe'semlon. of 1813 introduced a There: are three members 'oaf' the seined with .the greatest prudence A PAm a,Complainant's BoUcltom. met Oel
---? -- -- ,
."r concurrent resolutlon'provMlna for.the .commission, ,and one ( man atot sort If elected I will'give the -ct.... Fla.
,
.J t appointment' of. a Joint committee' fit .h.... and direct its po luy. WfcafW personal attention to all 'petitions fei Administrator's Notice. - .
) 'should be the couinilMaloo did I asrfsted.themi. pardons and hold myself 'strictly accountable AU creditor Ue;.too dtotributoos and allBdesTaWMlBl -
both whom '
houses to eferr tt
' aiVa lBT....... ... dateeHMteloi ....Dat the PAID UP CAPITAL.....jfTOCKMOLDBRS ..... . .. .... . ,soooooa I', .
., < .4 all bills en the subjr t of nine' do and auk entitled t* nhuievw credit : te the people far an pardon B v.
laser and was made chairman of.ttiaj the commissioners Individually or cot granted. .ssa 01 T1noe..... .last u..tr. 01 ..-.. % LIABILITY.go coo oo *'" '' rlwin

r., . '_ 4th. and 'drafted a Mlle t (). B. ,tertively May receive","' Par, whateveiIt State InsanoiAsjrium.The . and State of* FlorMa.ulinlsull dsiiessid. ....1.., will.._present_ within. theaamotath DEPOSITORS SECIJII1TY........,.... ... .. looooo'oo, ,. ": (I'Prospt

--."wbl B warn introduced by are en failed to do' ,I 'am' entitled to\day: 'care ef the Indigent;Insane' hens two roar from thin date. and ell .a..S .indebted -- ; "t
6. >1' 'Mar >.. ....1U08, p..TOO.. On Majrt .bare o( blame 1C.any_attaches. I' astaSBA ef' the'meat sacred ,duties .f thgovernor **the said estate will nako hnsMdmt. sottUmontwith . sod Careful' AU..oaII'. ... to a" :tatters oa..'

,., y/_ >. '.taaUa,'It.*DPI, _,. ..ta./a ..... .. !. drafting ...1'1'any ml* and and I shall ........ .... lee tbovaelenSaTBed.WALTBK.: trusted rat_., to .a., Exchamues\ Rood at all.. points .at. cheapest. I

iaN IM. :. ,was ,reeaniBDUsea k- a c0nlats of, the comrnksston and all unties whleh will tend *. the. seeded. BASS; SR. YOU IT BUSINESS SOLICITED 7 1
r; ..*e 'ef..1. (a with ts.truttl_ to amendments thereto mind an examlnatlon and welfare. .f these nerfertsmate per, Admlnhtnttacef tai.....ef Thn..*... ",W'f 1e

k55. ,strike, eat 'Ui ectloee r. proYldla far. of those.adopted and amended (tar whesa Qed In ala ....... w4s4on ,..."..:.L.1W.'* tat .

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