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 10, 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: VID00328
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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1. the. 1151 of Jurors < The following pupils of'theOseeol -4r 'J -" ., . : .
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'MONTHlY SESSION drawn to serve at the Spring .term of VEGCTABLE:' FARM High School.have been neither a been' ': : : 34
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April 28, 1908: nor tarur during the'. month ending .' ,Djr. -

I ::., Emil Mack: 'C..A. Carton _x._ ... ->j April 3rd 1908 and have made anaverage . .. 'r.'';tI.,'. "', ,, ) '. ,.- '<.
M. L: IMndal. K. I;; Overstreet, .. ... 1'
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W, BHs Elected Churnum and .; ninety per cent or more In ,... .. ;" ''t',,, ) ". 't"
, J." M. Gardner W. E: !Keen first Practical. : .Demonstration Here. .their studies with not less than eighty .. .,: ,,' ..
Mwdl important Busings' E.' D. Hogan J. B. Tumblin ,' five io any subject, and not lets than ----- .
". . Was Ru11'Bass '_ J.8 Bronsoa of of Sub-Tilinr .... .,
Possibilities. nlnet,- in deportment! "' ;';.if'...:r', ". .. .
:'\ Transacted.; : :. .. W.{ P., Underbill W."E Ita.ulel'loo'Jamet FIRST G&ADB Flrile Bars,' Blanche < .. '
c Durranoe G. F. Outlaw .System.Last Davie. Cornelia ,Laiicafcleii. Prances > \ ". :-;; ,. -.

.r,," ,'"TowN flAti:: ,, April *f,19o&, J. H.. Donegan M. Stokes 'w. Tress. Fannie. Kexford: Oracle Gil ',..; 'iI'' !;!.,;, 'oJ' ,''.''I ', ......, . ,.. '.,.i' .. .
A. J. Booth
J.J. Harvey r I Monday accepted Mr Frank bert., Jull Graham Mamte' 't. r" ..
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t Council IMiD regular teuton,' W; W. Clark'' F. 3,. Godwin' Vans Aenew's Invliailoo' to see the Mary Singletary, May; Haoa_l,- Char : j !; o/I/ ,: ..t" .. ', .
being' present W, J. Sears, presMrWbUden J,' W. Thompson B: E. Alderman I I work he has been doing on Paradise lie Uotundo,. LawreoC8U.llllen. .. : 'J1 .. '"' .J. '>I, .
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J. M, Wlllson Jr<. John Collins Island during the past twelve months; Julian il..lf ; .. c
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G..L. ? Johnson, Lee Hex: o. ,, + .
11 ; Bandy, councIlmen'j'P.: A. J. M',. MoDaniel A. B. Bell which is the time commenced clearfog ford; Irlo Dronson. Frank ." 1i.'J'1't' .;, ;

'aiks/Agnsw, city attorney c and J It.IHWrt Dock Tiner 4 "VJ. E. Alderman up the thick: oak bammock with Gerald Hirers, Ned Bullock Bryan George, ,, ,. :I.t' '. ') f \ Y': :: ". :,y" : ':'" ",:

clerk 'Peter McCutcheon J. R, Olbert.. which the't.land'' was then covered;; Brown, Straiten ; 1 1t\' 0.' "I .1," -
The minute of the last meetings: C. O. Newton C. B... eDleli Half ah hour's run from the city tary, Able Johnston Story, Henry' Single' I' '" " '('1 \\)00> (', -H (: !"" : ; -

M-e.red and approved H" M, N.nl1' J. W. "Miller' wharf In Mr. Vans As-new' lanbch, GRADE Gussle' :" ,' .... 1' : ,:, ', ::/ .j-.jt. :: \"'!. "
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anA Reports snnmv.Lt of officer. "were examined, J. M. Montsd'oca, W. Croabv. landed us "t his dock in front of his Muriel Prentls, Carina R6tundo. ', Uuby .... .. .: .. :. ,. 1 ; -':' ; ,;" .1 :., '. :'.: :" .; .
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d I beautiful licime on the couth Aide- of DillrA... M.. alv.lIvaa..mt.. T.nnv .P1..w.!_. ,_ ::' ., 't ,
:"The bills - - - --- - -.-' .. ,
following 'were approved. the duties of the' omeer. of the town the 1.land.. The ..ppro.ellkj the Nona Drlggers, Esiie Mass, Carl .Prevail ,' ., . '
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,ind'vydered paid to-wlt: :f> "... ':\' ; .
and members of the City Council and house from hi. y wharf Is over a ,, Carlyle Bronson. Bradley ::1. ". ', .it. l' k': -

: 0 Mh doudr.p.hqy..iary:....auyor.... . . .. .s r1l'tII'1500.r ' We' apprecl..te 'and commend them for{splendid lawn' of Bermuda grass, with Harris Ray Marsh, PowellQuy, Dick 'I ,1>' .1 ;. IIf' f ',.; . i ":" .I" :).' .'', -tf > ,
\ ., . .a few oak andtsllPalm- trees Inter. Bullock Lennie ... ,,' (\ ,
C Nod. -t. ,. 1040rtesLuP all their efforts in the p ait Ourobject Collier. Archie. Mo- 'j", ..".. ,0 .
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I. ...:...,". .. . . 1000 will always be to-- heartll"\1p" s'peri>edj> !itlvioir: the -place a proper Lean.THIRo.. ,' .. .. I\'" '" .I. .. H k" .,',"'"''.. tOo''I i
> . . . 1311 00 \ Florida riltAD\u..Tlce\ ,, \.. .. , ."
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b..' 1 1"-"".. .-Jarsr .. ._ .. .. . M 00"It. port any effort made by ahem and, If MoCalflster .,.' .< :,h n ,'.r.' "#'v. dL. ,........ ...'u- .j" '. '... ;\'1i.'.. ., ;?'.... .
A. H ............. rant of Council. roC II possible, by onr Influence or, }persuasion there l is a noble view of' Eddie Campbell Mary Hyde Ethel .'II. 1. .' TjN', :i'.. ''r'J'J.; "'t " .,, r .to ,. '1 ,'t
f J oa..... _UUT..ktapnan T 004 bout ten toilet of Tobopoka) lots lake, Hoberson Katie e "t I 1 ; "Gii'I" !/:' ', \"" \ t ; I, '1"'U 'b
to aid and assist Thompson Lois '
them Io the
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00I\ier.\ Mlarjr: Idvrnuul. 2 08I We propose to slake a rigid In with Mr. Fleming island In the Johnson. ,Amy Makinson: Bell ..'Alvy, \ :r: ,1 .y" ,_" '
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'j". .' : ",Whidd.h.Lrr..idam.m ndr ..IIU'}'u .'........... . .. 4 00 ; speotlon of the condition of the town fore ground snd in the. dim_ distancethe Aby Npwmen..Elma Dulaney Sam "I J. -. . (:< /, ., .. : ;:.

'" r!j u..a.l.rr .. aId_.; .,.. ,,100 I and will report. to you: from time'to shores" at Bouthport, can be. dlsoeroed. Story, MahelRyalsFOURTH'GRADE i ;." {.! ' ,h. '. .. '. "' .
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', I C OrUlln, witaM fq. . 0Tal'twS .Imo.uch improvements as we think Annie Nlemever, .,', "' ';..; ; ,, '' : '; ) "' '.'
.' be made Irarned\ately\ the. back .of the Celeste ip "' , < 1:.: ,
wiles.a f.. 10 may or such nuisances.a* we Moseley, Ethel'Gilbert Erne "': ", 'I' '''' < I ,'. ., .., W + \r
p"- !.. .. . v'notice.. ,_ house in a clearloir Is a grove of over Bass Oraoe Wlnn, Lillian Prentls, t .. 'tl,. ; ''."l ..\:.... . "" ':.,, ..... .,.' .> I'.: ,"', :, . :a1tr V
f Wllll..wttf.... . ". .; 00 "' one hundred recently budded MaurineOann, Myrtle Collier, Marie ,: ,. .. : 't pk., 1
t v.r. witua..I.. This we wish to' 'do without giving grapefruit , '1'1"-.r ,
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W......*. wilm ,.. IiO -offense' anyone; but at. the( on old sour stock showing the Belle- Harris, Susie Bell LUlle, Driller. ;
ePlwttr.wttn.rf.: ....-" :00 time Intend offense' same finest growth we hare ever seen, and* ., Charles O'Quln f>ank WheUal, r 1 ::' ::' .f ; ." .;; '
ll atb. wttM to. -. : we or no offense, :t: ;; '; # ; F .
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,Y .. .. to call your attention to a little further back la a second clearing Howard Blrtrel, James Oliver, ,. :. .f. \
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-, wttnwf**.. -..<--. . .10 60 Ury .or; any that-we which baa been ant. out .with f Malcolm .Overstreet. . J..f.:., {:: ", ... n. .I;: .-: '. \ .. . ii.'I; ; -i I
Harri 1 ,,.. unsightly-conditions several hundred ,, ," ,." ., '' lb. s . _' ,}' t'v r' {
tlii*** o* I" :: m...:notice. tangerlnea. These FIFTH GRAtnc-rLybette Kugan : y' 1; : . 1 L'' is
} tIIl'faan.M rlrattoq manBr of .I.etdoe.. _.w .' 1 I I\U\ two *roves were originally solid oak Margurite Davidson Kathleen,, Bear- "':- '. .... :,', :;f, . :" .. \ ..' 00\ r.
m.ng.r.f.l.eUus. \ We would .
,t' 11.>>".. muiuwr*f.... .. I 60 earnestly ask your cooperation and hickory hammock and the mae- den, Marie Boyd, Roy Orare. Leon " !", j '. ', '. .. .. ., ., ..
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'. */..) ......:. '.. . .;: tOIl and-would ask-, further that slve appearance of the trees. around I Bass, Lawrence Orlftln, Tony Rejrero.Sheldon -)I,' ) ', ; ,, _'. ;( \ ., _
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> .t4fPhat-l'tlalli .. .. . . . .. I 110 this oommunicatldn be spread- ,1' . .. 'u., ;i. .." : ,' "f\\, t_
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' S, these clearings show wbaC work must, Johnson, Willie WllloughbyT .... h t' : ....,, . . ) 'k r " ,
<.'f"t.-ri. a..i1B.-wg;: tic eut10 -so. 'your' minutes... - have been done in their torm.tloo".od DOII.B.lli; Lyles Story, EdwinWaU I ir ... ,, ':; .. "::. ..Ii: .'."" .'": .:. I :
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I' *- Ata ? Respectfully arelalso I, dron Lawrence \; ,; j, ..: '
:0- ,. testimony totbe'quallty' Tress, Hiram.: King.HLllierd0 . ; .. :
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'JMOHbirt.r< +kna111s. tauc. wrUl-( 60p Mrs. N. B. Carson, 'pre.ldellt.L! Mrs. ; of the soil 'which can produce such a 1 t SIXTH GBADE-Emma B...,' Irene :'., ,' .. .". I"'" '1. 0'I, \ ' .' '.' i.. '". ,\_

I ; ;;;;; Ca"'urtibr, |;;;; cliy'ioekv. ;: : a 0 W. J.' S. Carr. Mrs: W. B.. karris, growth. But th object.of-( ,our visit. Eleanor* Moseleri Eunice "I I.. < ., _: ,\' .. ,_It ... \

.p Md.. C'tF. '' ..,, 211 Mrs 8.'O.. Bullock, Mrs :'Cla" John was to see irrigation Martin Mary Regero, Anna Mc. oj; ':.:' .. :

.'I'c-: MdM...-....ttFi.... .,. - ,If>.\.* 01110II 211 son. Mrs. M: Kate, Mrs, Hick, Mrs. A short dUtaooe from the' 'house Calllster. Bettle.PhertgoRayO'Quio, : ,,'"' ; i \J!
Go. phon* rmt.-f.> .' 1 110 Ingram Mr. E. O. Tatman, M....' W. brought us to the artesian well 'a four Hatry'Wbeu.l. Bob Bullock. Cecil -. .'
6 4 ..mk... ...,... .#.o..tIII 00) N. Bronson, Mr*. A. L. Woodward, inch-pipe with. an out flow of about M Prentls- Nathan Bryan, Edward New. ; '.. . :: .
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\-"' "; Mrs. H. C.,, Stanford" Mrs.'' W: J. minute and tons Annie Cromartie, Marie Duk.;; I : .: '
.,,_j Uutnby *iitwrk, .... ,,;t.E ,,1000 gallons a flowing with ' .... '*
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,J Gilbert trataht on ,ii.. ,'am Sears sufficient force to carry thai amountto Williams. 'Y r .. "
> Minim* Lumber-Co. SlabKP.r: ...; :48J8DwcCenl.tKDrsaga..t..w Afterreading. the above communication the highest J'QIDt.of'\ the 'island. SEVENTH OBADB-Pearl Bass, ' '
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.. J ...c.s., . ..r.....,(, on motion duly, seconded' the through a six Inch main fora distance Harry Williams 1I.1l'\.le"lIcQaUlat.er.\ d"y
Hndwarq, CoflIbk M..ehan4Y .wa ..me'' was ordered spread the 'of 430 feet along half the lenirVtof the Marie O'Berry.; Aileen Sper' ,' Alma : '
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Makln..CaMwetwndl... '.r Z 'X.. = Orlffln Sammie lio the :
: '281611 minutes and a vote. of thanks extended clearing on.the eastern side: Lupfer, Corrine Gil .Special Ladies. . : '
.r. ....1r.1c..Pact..4\ 10.1 to the ladle of the V. I. S. for their The clearing Itself Is, 'about 5 acres bert Lacy Johnson MaryLee Oliver .

.OGhrliaplwr.; ...........ndto-. ...' 111"Ce. > effort to better the sanitary conditions in extent: every foot of which -was : IDea Carson, Cecilia -, Overstreet. r 1'r ; .
.da '...... ..,. .::.,.. ,. 1. lie Blanche Lancaster, Virginia |
of the town and otherwise covered with a dense Hammock l
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'" y eoa.. ..j..... ..... ,.JIf .ame/ I growth only a few months ago, 'now son.Nnrre
'# : .r. ......"."..'...''t'YDa.a.ehepwork 'S.t/ :: e1n6 The pf the' 'V, ''t. S.. alsoasked 'not a stump or* root la -to' be seen. GUAM=Iris Oliver.CucrxNTO . 1 have (Mirfaoted arrangement where-; ''
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.Qtdnar. UAIMlaladoa _.... 6110r' that the southern '' GRADE James 1 a
On and. western aides M..ka'i ,--
.S w Scr LP.a..l. 60 Council have the ditch i .
a.- Poll. .
ston Albert Parker.TWEUTTH i .
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'i'' ......8.1'.r.ns.r. ,,, J 00 I leading from the ,school IfOU18 to the the clearing is separated from the lake __ :I able .
by shall be to wait ,
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ORADB- i.. upon my friend ,' . }
.. ,.. .. 7800 lake olawedout. and by a fringe of maple, myrtle sndother -
12' . ...._w.ll. .. ". a... 1 00w put'insanharvoonditiod small trees which act.ai a brookwind Marietta Pfano.A < J", .
Cqa.tew.oba.l. load. ... W6 60. which was referred to the I t
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'. ': .geoere4buslrieu having been a&Dlt.arloomIOU. with Instruction whilst on the northern and 'Baby Skew t. 'KiaalMwa. at Mr. C. W. Dann's Stort .very Monday;; ; ,.
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.1: to Jock into the matter at once. eastern aides tbs original hammock ' /
> 4Xmpleted the toucan I adjourned sloe growth is still standing giving evidence ' wouldJiave,many conteitaitti.;; bat .It's : '4 '

.,. 'dU, whereupon -.following officers eachsIe'their Dr. Ai. J., Hick attention met with the board i of the work done In making ..theClearing. safe tof a"7 that,heraltotesUbelur , i aball.bt flla4''te' >el.eti'', any lad/ who ,derj .. ,
to thenaoeeUvof "
were sworn In to fill their, respectiveoAoaa .. Mnild win/the "
t priie.'KNo baby: can Ifchealthywho '
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for the ensuing year: T. ,)to rigidly looking ,into the existinginsanitary Almost along the whole length .i-of suffer' from ''worms and t -, >f l"f3sfres | "

Murphy mayor; P. C. Hodge JD.r'iaDo { conditions of, the tows. a* the island In the center there la :'a mostbabies, 'do unless they.are kept the service. ofdnuLak.r,:Ml .I tJ" .
i collector L. M. it was the time of year that all dltche fall i. i-, '- - * ,
tax
; Wbld- high elevation or ridge with a in : free>;from. them with White' Cream ,
\>. T. W; Ellla, counollmen, and be put la condition to prevent stag.eant.wtatitr all directions( and the : Vermtfagei-x Acts'quickly, ret mildly ..- prepared'bo < / ;>.<

clerk. from remaining thereon made so as to OJe.rlar'ha.I'beeD --I. Us own purgative...Mothers, don't 'o'' ; will be correctly fit theni MI IFN, ..- _

rails then nominated W. J. : also to ...- tltal the citizens of tbe for irrigating purposes The "flow, I attempt-- raise children without ,I '1'"f: !(

"J.:. Sears a* president of Council for the I' town bat would remora.have til tin cans or anything from the well 430 feet away'wau' sum! White' Cream Vermifuge. Price 25 ;,latest and best styles,. -

ulng nearwhereupon Mr.Sear* a tendency to raise : lent.-to reach- this ridge, and. the i cents.: .Sold' by Reberson'. Fliermany. " N, ,9's j ; '
mosquitoes 17 5Idl '
or cause disease..The ; t
lined the nomination (thanking) the main central drain I which feeds the ., -. 4.' O sipJ: "' _

uocll for the tronor conferred upon following resolution was presented i laterals has been run down I...-) This .
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_., the P",' year, and placed Ah. to the Council, which. was unan central drain Is 8 onalae In length and : New Will ".ii e 0IMit. . 1<'"il'

i '. W. Ellis before tbe board ll 1oo.I, adopted; v baa a fall of fl feet, but U divided into. ." . ,iPr

.. by C.. L. Bandy. Mr, Whereas,. complaint has been made'UKtbe '' 10 sections b,. means of eaualislng, ordered Messrs.Thurman a bOring& tLoll''bsve outfit of ),); \ "1t.,ot 11 'M. AI XY enw F + L ; :
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unanimously. elected jpresl- Council of the unsanitary con boxes; each box baring a fall of. six: : the latest .
ensuing year dition of the Thurman pool on Block t gibes. The laterals which run from improved pattern ,land, expect 1t.t, I 'Jo. .I. ,.
28 of the South either side of the central 'drain of to be ready in a short time, to be- : f .
: noon.ening-present,T.W. Florida' 'Railroad surveys are gin operations:;'" At present they will ... i4 .rya if.",' ..
C. I Bandy W. J. three inch tiling and are 16 feet apart I ,, '. :1" .t
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prepared to sink well from 11 to 4 er I
and are controlled by the wooden 1 '. .. '' ., ... a
M. Whlddenj.P.. A. "Van Retolved. That the. State Board of incite* In diameter, and will be' ablelater .. .. -,;, .

) ,' andj., ,H.. Gilbert, said Health be and requested to investigate the Slug which rows.turns on.or cute there off ,are the to drive 6 and 0 loch ""Ia.'' ...'- . ( .,, .-, ..., ..1. vsf' ''<;1,1., i. I' ,.....t.'t... . .
pool furnish the ""
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39 of these lateralthdrains They have already received. order 1' :'t' : ,,: : tll1, L'1ti. ." "'1"',"; "
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; seconded and an expert opinion upon .an)*. on either for a number of well and the ... .'
duly mo- -prospects .'t'': ,; 'of,
side of the central drain with a , X4.f +; y
_ P. A. Van. Agnew waa. ''An ordinance regulating they speedof of 18250 feet in lengtluThat total are that a renewed Impetus will .. .. :'...,, J;,: .!; ,," t '". , .
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city attorney automobiles and ,.provlding'penal. they were doing ;their work be given! to- the movement for Irrigation ," ,:"" 1/ . . ;.,Ii.. ,\ '. :,.. ,;"0'A"j' ; '\
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Council for ether ensuing hew for exceeding the which is now the .r,1' : 11'. .
>> : speed limit was was at. once apparent-'by aionply engrossing " "" " .0' ;. *. ', f ,'. J; '.,

It!' ., .I.l'll&me as last term. introduced action and read a first. time. Further .. moving a little of the top soil with the minds of our''people. ,<,;.: ry,", ... '"' .. "'' :y''t! i0 1. ', .,
: on same was deferred :
eoooded'motfon
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duly t+ (
foot when the moisture lmmediately .
next: regular meeting. .shpired < Wa t.ed.-AU the children In town ,,''. '' -J ;; ...
clerk
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,was .Instructed to , '. .
; v to know there will be ::'Ili.; .
/ for bids for scavenger! for The following dedication was ;presented . Three acres are planted' In cucumbers a Gramsasteregg ,. ; .,: J
and rabbit hunt on Easter Monday ; .!" , ,
year, bids to be filed with to Couoell.to-wlt: many of them! are' setting fruit I .iO!
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by April I 84 1908., .April 20tfi:? ,;.at 4. o'clock in the . ;
To all whom isms concern: freely, with a few almost ready for a :
moton salad Inabout Afternoon 'at the bom.- ,of Mrs. '. ', > > :
: dulr seoooded ( 1DOW.U men by these presents, now two week's: time > :0 .
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Johnson. ,
printing of minute were that I,, Harry W. Tburman.-of Oaee- the be well advanced Clay Benefit of the ; w.//, .!. 4" Sr :. .I. t, ', "-4', .; f
considering Episcopal church Admlsiioa for .
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01. and this Is t '
Valley Gazette for .tbe en- Florida for valuable theflrstcrop on '
county consideration children 10" cents, ladles free, and . : ;;: : : : 'O.: : .i
at .. by bad and new ground, the. 'are '" '. .. 1Ir
same rate a* past year me received do prospects very invited ... ; ; \ ," iI'1. 1 .' .J. ,
cordially to .
'Ideo.. appointed the follow. hereby appropriate. and dedicate a* a fair.The northern side of the clearing children enjoy| ',.themselves.'WATCH com and. see the : I', .,.." ,.\\ ,, ,'.,"' '0((, '.'J'' ,'"'1.0, .,. .n. .'',",'IiJ'' ,, ';UC'. '.f. {,t<'.1 W -,
: I lttees for the ensuing term: street to the public use, forever the la planted in beans. and peppers, :

Oommlttee-C. I* Bandy. following described piece or strips of the latter have only, lately* been setout ,. .,',' ". )1'-' ., :'.'.' . .. lYwgi'4, wI -' '" .'
; W. J. Bear, J. W. Collier, I land, situated In the town of Ktssln- but are looking: well, and as to the I', _..::.).,.;.t/;/"(, , .... l..",,.1.j\'i' ;:'..,,', ,. '" .t'" "I. ,
!! ClAfnritArv and Charitv. mee CI&,. County. of Osceola and. State, beans.- is suite impossible to im I': ,: I I/.h/ !['. '" I ; J"'f.i" >I ;':" " '. ,I
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: chairman of Florida -- .I'ID..n thing floe,' ; " ' '.4 t'i." ';; '' .,', ,./ '., .. .
ifcM.Whidden: ; J., W.. to-wjI: ) picking should '.'I ,. : ; ,: ,

Collier, C. L. BandyStreet I Beginning at. a point on P ..lel Ar commence! in about a week; and Mr. I ...,'',t" "-.,' "'. ,i.''. . '. ;. / '. :.'l.>J '('\\00 ,, .' ", .: ...t.;:. I""", J'.." .
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Vans look' .
':: ,, Sanitation and tmnroveent enue on the, southeast boundary of Agnew may well forwardto \ ia4" '
-I*. M, Whidden, chairman; J. JJ lock (26)) of the South a' second croP. Hla-' only complaint : : "i :: ':: :

/. Collier. W. J. Sears, ' Florida Railroad Company's surrey Is that-be would have likedto .. .. ., "" "'. > .
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Bales and Ordlaanoer" W.Col. of said :town of Kisslmmee City," ac see the whole place la beans. '. ... t.. < !' i ,.'11"t. r
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r, ebWrtnan; C. L. Bandy,,W, J.: cording to the plats ''of said survey en ; ,To Mr. -Frank Vans Agnew.; the' : ... .j" ; t: ... '.'. '. ...

z Ole and recorded amongthe' public credit should': be given for havingnyen Ir } .. _
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"Ef c Light-: W. J. Sears, cbatr- records: of Orange county' Florida the first-mam. in Oeoeola county ' i:... :r-,.., \1"
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,o: Z*. M. Whidden, J.; W. Collier. said Starting point. being, three, hun : to give Irrigation by lob tiling areally : ........ .; .J. :,. \, ,'.;' .,\",.,. . .... ',",-...

!!'f Building Committee-W,1Sean, dred and one half ((300;) feet southeasterly practical test.' In Sanford I b--: . ." ', ., ) ,""r. ... .. 1- T',,:. : 'It. :
from Fortunes have been mad .. . \ c. L , : ....
airman; L; M. Whtdden ;J,?, W. Colaoilon .tbe ._ through Its '- ,', '\ ., '1; ..
C.. -, Broadwav'Mtreef and ..I.ntereeotlonlof means, and here la KIssimme r t wherewe .I ". ... ;.< : .. '. ., .t.. :r 1 :: : ,t.., ,

by-W.'Sears. aecaoded enue andvrunnlng, thence parallel with have so much be&terl.lld. Abundant . ':T.., ,' .. .. ," I.,. . .,. . ,. \.", .:', <. ."' . ,
; C !>. Bandy theclerk wa, inuoted aid Broadway In a northeasterly direction water. and equal railway facilities, .itis J '... ..'
to draWwarrant on booJIDr to the. northeast. boundary of high time for us to be doing some ,' ... J.It.,1"1:1: . '. ....' ,. .. '. ., ,:.,;.. ) ', _
favor of said block 28 Dakln thing. We hare notnor ...re'we ,, 'I ... "", 'I<' .
ftd coun."re..u.tolaetd on Aveaua.thenoe : "' ":..;o.. [,-; '. ., -
10 school fund southeasterly along likelvto) have ant large maoufaot rle. Itill' .." ".,-' ,. .." '(f.. ... '
i County)) as -said boundary to <) ,- R E'DDITT. .1". . 1" \ '. \ .j
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rt ffif by city ,on teacherasalarlesrOsceola the .IKb\'of way of the Atlantic Coast I. we have no phosphate mines and our I ." \. ." ..' .. ,,. ..... ...iIIiII"\1", ,. ..' \. ;" to. t "'
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High School for preeentbeUdles Line Railroad (Company, thence southwesterly limber supply is getting short, but we >' 0 'j" '"., ;> ,
.along.said Posslel A venue to iay. pleotybf good land and It Is to JEWELER' AND' ./: .. ,,,,; : i:}', 'y\f\, ":..0 :'. . .
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of 'the Village Imo or the point(,beginning. the soil Iba' we turn for our'' pro- .. '" '1" I.;.;.;, ..'". .,. : .. ,.:) >" :, i. ', ,

pt Society met with the Council anuaied Also a strip of land forty((40))) feet tress. Irrigation ,.' doing wondrrsn RELX1RER., f : .. ..... . '" -' ,- ... , .'.. ,(.r" ""'" "" '' }''r.;.'.' .. . .

., the ;following; .eommonlcarKtsiimme wide abutting. the right of.way of the the west,' where the- conditions are ; .. ... <_ .. ., ,., .. .... .. . .. "v ., ". ,
C.l.Dd 'see' Line 1Y' ,
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I Atlantic Cost Line Railroad Company not 0'.1'11110 favorable as, in South my' of 'Watohes.Aey ,.. . ... ;<'.. ..... ,".; .:,.. ..
: on the southeast aide -thereof through!; Florida..Give our sand, tolentv of .
( *, Pin.March'f, 1008.! : .... ',: ., .,
S Honor able.City Council.' .KlstlmI'la. raid Block Tw ot.r.I'n) water and we can grow anythingand; '.. .' t : !Ir

: : soee (a witness whereof I have heneutfto If we have the sand we also have .the ,artlcle;>(J.welry' ';Promptly! Or : y i 0

:, lemeD, : .J Marc hand and ie&1..bI'7tb, day of water: 0 'i" , .
",'W % bsh to call four attention to A, D. 190&- MrVans Agbew's experimenthas, dered upon. Request. : t!

i fact that wetheuudenlgnedhaveanized [Seal] BARRY W. THURMAN. I been a costly one; aa he had all the .
shined sealed and delivered heavy outlay to Incur of clearing and .BICYCl..IC SUNDRIES. .
a society to be known: as la presence ..
; Vlirag*. 'Improvement ofTM.. Murphy.Pr A., Van grubbing a heavysOak b.ID1DOCJk'hu' CW.UN N" -,
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Society la organized with elf of Agnew. I as an offset' he baa the bet.ter"qu.M": .... .. : .
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.ing object* in clew:" State of. Florldal' ) of land which prevails la ..the, baod- GK P. 'K.Rg"ATTOftN.yo. : ,' '.r. :..\ .vI't- -'- -..-

.. rirst.' The general Improvement County J' ''' mocks, and his first crops are showng : : : ) : ); t tA
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> appearance of the town Before me, nnderslfi-Ded 'officer, what the land Is' c..p.bltforalut .T'-U.. "

Mona, 'Attention. to the sanitary personally came Harry W. Thurman. we will watch with Interest the resultof .
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illion of tbe'towiu.: ' ",. to me well known as the1 person -.,. : hi. first1. experiment in truckfarm Office In the ;Court Houskls:. '''THE OqTFITTER_ . ,.

1...." :;'To call attention. 'of"'" 'the scribed-In and who exeouled, toe foregoing log and for hi. pluck and enter .. . - '. t \'
sulhorittss.toan, nuisances dedication, "acknowledged prise as well as for the,, welfare 'of simmer( : Florid., e "', ', ,fit. ,

fwe, should be abated.: :.J that be executed the fame for the uses our oounty we wish him,. :every suooessr ,'. .. fir. .. ,,
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'" wilt .
and. * ltd whom be associated In, ..
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ie:fir* present the principal purpose.therein expressed: : /?: . ,. n. l' .. ..- ... ..". \ ',,'" H"
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. 1 that.he was a freshman, though (unhappily -' l

j ) not la'hle first year LIABILITY MEASURE '

W.\I II After his salutation he confined ,,

. \ /1 I bit ,attention to Miss Aldred not.be A sore throcti}! is a
I cause she was his hostess and Ifwjtsbis

I ..': : JI W :: :, duty' but from sheer bashfulnesi\ Passed in House Through Efforts dangerous l dy ., '

'I.' :: and Ignorance of what young: lady v

_' ;':i.1, OR 1 rZLL B ot JOliEt MADKESS." : ,i Ilka.Miss Sophy would'expect him to of Democrats.ROADS biftyou dons nee d1 o '

.alt say. Adair, on the other band,, was .
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. -- .1..1.,1 by no means bashful and entered at ',;::" tie sock around
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\: By JAMES PAYN. otpce Into conversation with hen \

_. ___.*.a a.*. Ba._.tasas .. ,i Then Barclay the butler,, came to ARE RESPONSIBLEUnder neck to i* R
,, - ----- .... ... ..... the with his : your cure ,
...a....... .........t .. ..... rescue: battle-cry "Din
nor Is served," and Adair offered his .'
CHAPTER VI. d led them Into .It. "I was In love arm and took her In. Mr Mavorsjmt J
Provisions of Bill for Personal.
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with Mr. Herbert Perry dear guardtIan opposite to them. Ills duty to his
Continued. ; and since I know I should not neighbor and his hostess compelled Injuries Sustained by Their Employees BALLARD ., .
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Well there would be a row of obtaloryour! consent'to our union, we'
him to converse with Miss Aldred. -Only One Vote In
SNOW
course; but he would say like a wise married without It." but his eyes often. strayed over the 1i .

split man milk'There's*' Perhaps no use /In I am crying not over the But Sophy knew 'that the, canon! way to SOIII, )'. What could she find Opposition- LJNIIVIENT@ u u'crlll

have with all his kindness was not a man ,to say he wondered'to this iintnterx.stlng .
sort of man that he would With only one' vote recorded against
preferred to be 'mollified where duplicity and youth devoted ..to the higher '0
chosen for you. He would sneak have' like- double dealing were concerned{ he mathemathlcs? and what codld have Jt, ,that of Mr. LIttle ed! of Maine, the euro that 'throat In' short order < t

some' bookish Mav had always treated her with BO much Induced Aldred "to ask such a fellow louse of representatives Monday,, under -. Blard's:! Snow: Liniment penetrates tho pore, promating -' .; ; yc
fogy 'like
,t Adair or some old trust and affection, and she had to dinner It was not an. Egyptian freo clroulati6a, Giving the muscles more. daaticity.
.
ors; but since we are married be willk' ? suspension of the rules and dur- ..
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shown herself so utterly unworthy of "e/Ult./ that a skeleton should. be any. RHEUMATISMCUTSSPRAINS. BRUISES, 'I.
It'and
have make the best of giveus -
trust Against Miss Aldred her attraction to It, ng a! truce between the democrats and CURES 't'
an allowance till you come oft ( WOUNDS, OLD SORES STIFF JOINTS ... s
'transgression was still graver for the Adair 'was 'speaking with approvalof republicans, passed >th. St rUng Em.plo'erl' . BURNS AND ALL PAINS .
age.
-bo very liberty Aunt Marla had allowedher the walks'about Cambridge with bill after minutes . .
"That I am well convinced liability forty II
'' firmly. contrary to her own bettor Judgment which, as a reading mane he was very '
never never'will. said Sophy GAVE INSTANT RELIEF. ,
conversant when note debate.Inbrief'the. ;
if he she bad clandestinely abused. a was "placed
t ':"And what does It matter
?doesn't I can borrow money on Once let ,her be discovered and all by the butler In, tb* tutor's band bill establishes;the doctrine henry st-bono{ Provo, Utah -vr-ritoat "I have used BsJlard'a I

L' yourexpectations for twelvemonth nfldenceand.. it was only too like with a whispered "The bearer welts that the railroad ccmp nle. 'en. Snow Jllulmcnt for Neuralgia, Tooth-acho and Soro Throat, '

ly all affection, too-would -ba withdrawn !- If )' lU- please, sir."-. gaged in Interstate commerce,, are Uale' Which upon a.-plication-KIVO mo instant relief. I can reoom-. .c
(t' *. from her;' and besides the While the canon was saying "Noth ; mend it u* Iming1 the bush t; Liniment 1 have ever used la curing, -
.e "I have no expectations, Herbert; > for personal injuries received byemployees oauuod from Neuralgia etc."
polo ,
canon and his sister there were .tew ing; the matter I hope 'Mayors :
shall have none It service of such car
,- that Is, I mean 1 In. the
and Miss -:Mlldred'expre.slng the PRICQ 25C SOc AND $1.00
who loved her. Yet hard as all this I
lt you Insist on acting In this mad way, riers. It abolishes th0.sirlct'commonlaw : :> )
there features In same sentiment by her anxious: looks '
was, were worse (the .
I am entirely dependent upon my whrth bars -
rule of liability are
case If Mr. Herbert Perry had beenan "I shall be staying up during the ,

guardian.-, without U his I marry consent while my underage fortune eligible suitor forgiveness aftera Long Vacation," went'pn Adair In'a covery for the personal injury or Ballard, Snow Linin ant. Co. t ,

time at all events, might have been lower tone "'andI hope you) will allow death of an employee occasioned \by ,
a Is forfeited. Jt << Into other '
'' ". goes; looked for; but he was no favorite of me sometimes to point out tQ the negligence of a fellow servant It 590-502 North Second Street,

hands."I don't believe a word of It." Aunt 'Maria's and In the canon's eyes you-and to Miss AH red, of course also relaxes: the common law rule, ST. LOUIS: MISSOURI.: ?', '.

"Thank' you; It la true neverthe- be was as we know utterly worth- .:what Is most worth seeing In the which makes contributory negligence

..less. lees as well as objectionable. Worse neighborhood." a defense to claims for such Injuries.A ... .:
+ "If It were true. it would only than all she had by this time notwithstanding "It will give us great pleasure." provision however: diminishes the "' ., 'y;
Sold and Recommended! by tt..
show how thoroughly well your people her lack, of opportunities she said "I'm sure amount of the -recovery Id tho same ; < : ,,

must have understood you and found this out for herself. She It was a bold reply; was It possible degree that the negligence of the in For Sale at ROBERSQM'S DRUG STORE. )" '
that 'Mr. Mayors had heard It since : :
knew him to be coarse selfish and _
fish always were; _
what a slippery you Jured one contributed to- the injury. --- -- -- --- *--
In his he threw such a quick serious glance r ,
wrapped up own pleasure; and
but it Is most unlikely. I can find makes each
The bill further party ft
i if Ills coltish nature broke through across at her and looked so grave? '
truth out for myself however by
the KISSIMMEE'.I
responsible) for his own negligence ;
to Doctors' Commons and such 'glided pale as at present surrounded He had read the note and was putting ( -
going up .
... Ills requires each to bear the burdea
looking at )'olar'fatlier's will. You him-: a husband of a few it carefully into pocket. and '" ., '
months bound tie of honor "Tell the messenger Barclay," heBald thereof. .
are changing color I see; your story by every ',; ,
is false. You had better not send and even of self-interest to behave "that I shall be.In my rooms in T? ".. ..-;. .
ER' ROXYTLSTEAMER ... '
himself with and circumspect twenty minutes. BARS O" ,
4 me on a fool's errand to town. young decency ; C. D. LIQUORS. V .,
tlon-what was to be 'looked for "Must you leave us so soon?" InQuired . .
M woman. ,
when these restraints should be the hostess, sympathetically. "", ..
removed -
.Herbert! Herbert! listen to me, Committee Agrees Upon a Bill Deal- .
LILLIE STEAMER HO8EADA
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"You from him and she became his lrWhy. yes r am sorry to say I .
don't'cried! know the 'girl my guardian.passionately.If he ever indeed? A bitter task to plead for roust; It is a piece of rather pressing In With Booze Shipments.A Captain Clay Johnson, 8r. Captain Clay Johnson, Jr. :.r"; : 'rl: tt"-'

finds out I have deceived him, he pardon when even if granted It must college business. Prater-the other Washington special says: After Regular weekly trips to Basslnger a-d return. Roseada leaves,Kiisnee _' ? ; W .

will\ never forgive me. And if I am needs be followed by life-long punishment tutor-Is away this week so I have extended hearings and exhaustive arguments Tuesday morning, and arrives TUsslmmee Friday evening 1x A. tf{;

not quite correct. to the-" his Bide to. look after aswe'll as my by the members of the sen- Special Charter Trips to Lake Okeer>obee and Fort Myerc on the LUU.4....* tjI! ,''

"Ha bat"! he put In. "I thoughtso. Before the blow fell on her, which own." ate committee Ion the Judiciary that Comfortable accommodation"'' for psi eager.. Rates reasonable.! ; ;.y

Now for another" she know.would shatter so much It Miss Aldrerf, with womanly tact at committee Monday agreed upon a bill Tbe most plcturesque Wtterwey In glorlda: ,. ',:

"I say that I am quite certain that behooved her to do her best to con once perceived that something serious dealing with the shipments! \ ofllquor For Passenger and Freight Kates apply to .K'. I

the will leaves a great deal to his but which "was not to be disclosed CLAY JOHNSON. SR.. Proprietor. 'm 'iti!
ciliate the canon and turn his heart from one tato' or territory to another ;
r discretion. He can make us a hand toward her. Perhaps If she were to had happened at all events and gave to ladles'Sophy ears that, state or territory. On board "[hits," Klsslmmee. FU ,; ":. r:

some allowance when I come of :%, > \ , ""
jtg please him much
very an opportunity mystic nod which Js.lhe blue-peter of The bill will.be reported by Senator : ,,
.or .poor one; he can advance us might offer itself to confess all andImplore enl 1u. \-,"
the female fleet; the signal for sailing Knox, who was chairman of the sub
It money, or withhold It Go up to his forgiveness before necessity
dlll' Doctors' Common, If you doubt me; compelled her to do so. When, o'ut of the room. As the door committee! which conducted the hear- .; "
Good Bad Features
Mavors with and
Mr.
,
closed behind them ,.
:r and you wyi And It .is so. You don'tknow therefore on reaching borne Miss ings. ': I
his hand upon his chair observed simple In form; .
danger I It is comparatively
your Aldred .
informed her that her brother '.
r
has
"Nor' dp. you know yours, Sophy. had asked friend that evening, and with emotion. "A bad" calamity p ovldlngthat there: shall, be no "col .

i Suppose for a moment that I accede hoped she would feel herself well taken place Aldred. lect on delivery" packages of liquorshipped of. .
to. this' Australian scheme than "Not I trust of a private) nature Interstate commerce where '
r enough to come down to dlnner-she : in :
which nothing Is further from my Intention answered cheerfully in the affirma exclaimed the canon. i fictitious names are used and that the International Marriages '
but from .
,
"As regards myself no; .
'
-and If, when you were I.n''behlnd tive. of the consignor.and consignee ).
from the name
something that dropped you I ,
In-England things should be
said to your disadvantage. That man And when Aunt Marla, noticing other day. I am afraid It may affect shall be stated plainly. eliminate e The Rev. Dr. & S...Macrfrthur. '. '
?, how Herbert Perry Tbe provision 1'a. designed to ,
unlike she
Adair for knows enough herself looked observed you. somewhat. Mr. ,
; example: ; t1t
?A and If I were not here to' wring his "but not if it would distress was; 1 I'believe visitor at the Lau- the practice of railroad and ex ., ::4j.

neck might use his knowledge to you darling" she replied "It can rels. He is drowned. His body has press companies from acting as agents N.i4... SCENT newspaper reports of married troubles between '; '," i

take
+y would be very awkward mean for on. j.. .1; ; nil the hearts of. all true Americans with:ml &I.ctplt7 "," , '

+ you."' . -. The canon was really pleased;' for : ELECTION'RIOT 'Ll BON. and humiliation. That some.'f, these, marriages ,are most ,

. "The'' register of our' marriage Is under the Circumstances, be.bad felt CHAPTER VIIL' ,R ] ; happy 1s Quite,certain; some of them without the slightest' "r.r '

In St,; A'nne'' Church," said Sophy. that so far as Sophy's company was The Fatal Letter. .:Terror Reigned .Supreme After Voting t doubt; are true love matches. There'ls also political, financial ..-' : .

,;e'" Slowly. '. -, ft .'-, concerned he had invited Adair to The news of death, especially If, it ' Had / B.,.n Ended. ; : -w' ==r 1; ; ,, and social gain. attunes, in these International marX -,... yr
'
"You'd referto that, would you? the Laurels In vain. ,His mind being be sudden and violent;'will'BOber. a ,; r!.,._ Some American women baye exercised much political .
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'd Upon i my .lite, .you'take things ,very, set slyest on this pohrt.1.tbls wily. drunken man; ev those: who ''playat -y-Seven peraoDa'were ..bOt;>> death ., .a Influence In Greet.Brlt.ln. and In other countries beyond t

coolly' returned the other; grimly. nan"bethought him of asking Mr. i the game whose robvea are d.eath" 'and; 100 others wounded by, soldiersafter the pea. v "-". .,

The contingency of which you Mayors likewise. Not that be feared -.-seasoned old soldiers-feet some the voting In the elections' in They have carried American democratic Ideas with them into ancient r1;

'' speak,"- she said, ''"would at all as some men would have done a shock when a comrade la snatched Lisbon'. Portugal;'bad been ended Sun palaces; they have' helped shape policies of political parties and have d
) events, place me ,In no worse position tete-a-tete with the young scholar away from them by other than professional '. day The rioting',was widespread and much toward the Americanization of Great Britain They"*have really beadf ho" ,; +

r than your rashness and Impa- after dinner. His mind was of that means_shot, shell or steel.Incivil such was the confusion during the violent In a number of cases the power behind the political thrones At.the great-j;: : tiL

tience place rue now. Oh. Herbert sort which accommodates Itself to all life.. for the moment It creates -i conflict between the populace and Durbar in India. an American woman, Lady Curzon filled a place ofpower,. ':

?d I have given up everything for you. ages or conditions of men, even if a stir with which no other catastrophe the municipal guard, that the guardsmen and honor second only to that filled by the Queen of Great Britain.. BJle" .

r You promised ,me upon your word the talk should langulah .upon other --bankruptcy, an elopement* mistaking Infantrymear who had honored America and was a benediction. to India and to the British Empireat .
.of honor! to keep our marriage secret topics, 'there was a common) subject or even being raised to the peeragecan .. large. 'IX1'' '

u until I came of al:.." Milton, for them to fall back noon.He compare.. No man, is so lethargic* been called' out for rioters, .erloualywo'undlne fired a Unfortunately. there are other! tgpes of women who have1- contracted'International -
'voice was-* asked the tutor for pleasure volley Into their ranks 11
Her piteous and her purely Sophy's or so immersed In greed or matches. Mrs. llajnmersley, at whose'marriage I refused to '

+ 'pretty face so appealing that even the sake since his presence would leave but that at(! those, terrible tidings; a three of the soldiers. officiate was the first, American woman to carry great wealth with her),to
elfish the to themselves.It In his own soul, night was one of- terror for
heart of Herbert Perry was young people' more secret door Is opened Sunday England when she became the wife of the Duke of Marlborough. 8."ral'other ''
t touched; unhaplly, however they did not enter his head that the student and he look's forth If it is but for an Lisbon, which seem d suddenly aflame women since have given their husbands much wealth In return for' Iff
also revived the cold of and-exponent: of Plato could I the-dark fathomed Elands of' "
embers his Instant, upon with .eethng revolt. man ran the little they have received.' '
rl love. find any attraction In his ward and void that U awaiting him also. When wildly through the streets, brandishing .
Some American women have paid an enormously high price for' their at
"But dear to took hip ready 'acceptance of his Invitation has 'been served i
P Sophy you' seem the awful summons while the sharp crack
weapons titles There! Is a type of Americana fonder of titles thjin are tbe.,'people.
forget that and I Is It at such short notice as in youth and strength Its
you are one. a per.sODal one
upon heard !in various sec ,.
of rifles was of the old world. Boasting of their democratic Ideas, they will do more to' t
nothing to that I separated compliment.It the bystanders la still
,-r you am effect upon lions of the city. Thousands of the secure n foreign title than Europeans would do. What Is the prtce' these '
'from )you and only now and then was as we have said, Sophy's greater.In .
most prominent citizens! fled to their American women and their ambitious fathers and mothers are willing to'pay
tare a chance of getting a word with fixed the present case Mr. Mavon
resolve to please the-canon, and
moved homes just as they did on the night 'for titles Some time ago during a famine In Russia we read that many poor'' e.
you even like this And now you without much thought beyond It she was as was natural, the'least ?
the Carlo. peasants sold their daughters with which to buy bread. This
assassination of King announcement
that 'youare forbidden The dead man after ,a
say i even to welcomed Mr. John Adair with a gra- of all those present. I
unknown He chocked the civilized- world. American parents have done more an4 worse k'
prince.
to him. and the crown
see me at all. clousness beyond his 'hopes: It did was personally '.
'peasants.
than did these starving American have
girls
1' The argument had force in If, and not strike her that in case she could only call to remembrance the soldtheir woman
therta had been a time when it would showed signs of encouraging his attentions -' tali, handsome young fellow that bad' Senate Passes Army Bill. hood their country, their language and their religion for husbands who are

.ha,"succeeded with her; but now I the displeasure of her guar Blood up (from.various' causes) with The army bill, carrying an appropriation peculiarly titles.contemptible cads and altogether worthless, although having. .ancient n,

? she could not even bring herself to dian would be all the greater when some difficulty in- the boat only last of almost $10 .OlO.OOO.( was

say, "And da 1 .not suffer toot" In he came to know the real state of affairs. evening to drink Miss Gilbert's: passed by the senate Monday practically' That it Is a matter of sale and purchase cannot be doubted. These ., ',S

her heart of hearts she loathed and It was not her nature-when health and was now nerveless, reported from the committeeon abominable transactions bring the blush to the cheek of every honorable ; 'r

: r feared him. the consideration! was not forced bloodless breathless. .Not for one a. affairs. American man and woman Recent events In England and France are s reproach : '

"It U only for: twelve months," ''upon\ her-to think of the morrow; Instant did It enter Into his mind military to noble manhood and true womanhood on both side. of, the ffa., {

she said. and 'moreover, It Is possible that herhusband'a that since the unworthy object,of ber e-- : ty I Some of these titled foreigners deserve and receive the. contempt of all true t'

"Only for twelve months" he an- evil behavior caused her to affection was removed the 'girl for HEFLIN SUED BY NEGRO. American men and women, How can these women so far forget a worthyand

swered angrily, "A pretty thing fora regard with less disfavor than heretofore whom he had himself begun to en-, religious American ancestry as to forswear the religion their father ;r "
girl to to her husband well beginnings" of love Damages from and the country of their own birth
t say the man ho has described as a tertaln "the low Lundy Wants S20.000 ,
for certain that Is not my view at all "dried herring" He was certainly bad been rendered .more accessibleto Alabama Congressman. r

events. I shall write to my father and thin thinner In his suit'of evening I him. Louis Lundy the negro who was shot .- -

tell him how matters stand, and then clothes than usual, and still thinnerby Nor, at events for the presents by; Representative Heflin of Alabama.on wr \ fra

let the old folks fight It out between comparison) with Mr. Mavors,.who i did it occur to the canon to' congratulate -' I the night of March 27 following an ,

them. And so, good-evening to you." not only towered above'him, as lie himself !upon the trouble' altercation on a Pennsylvania avenue A.Friendly Deadlock .

,, He turned from her with fierce abruptness stood behind him but appeared on ended-r-a domestic knot thus oppor- baa filed suit at Washington f
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street car,
a and, 'stepping Into his canoe eitherside of him., giving the young) tunely severed by the band of Fate. -
for
was but of arm-reach, or she scholar for the moment the remark- "Poor fellow,' poor; fellow;'. be. against the congressman .J20.000 By J. O. Fagan. ,

? would have clung to him in one. last able.appearance of having four arms.' murmured softly. personal. damages.Lundy .

agonized,. appeal. But when one looked at the tatter's These men, were both by nature alleges that the repre.eiltatl'vekicked
him in the face and
keen face and speaking 'eyes one forgot gentlemen. him slapped HEN people are killed, when 'property Is wrecked;'we haTeW' ;
CHAPTER VII. that he was thin, a. men forgot It Adair; too was not unmoved.' with great force knocked him off thecar nothing to say It Is for the management to figure out rea1: 1 t

.l in Paganlnl's playing.Mr.. Mayors Death was no more familiar to him shot him.! inflicting a wound above I sons and remedies. Of course as Individuals,. we, are ln.i

Sad News. certainly! did not remark that be.was than to the other tiro but he' felt the left ear and that he sustained terested and sorry when accidents happen but personally t ,

Upon the whole however' we men so' thin, but :(with regret'and envy) less of horror, There was some bruises; on, the body; and imbs..< Lundy we do not bestir ourselves, nor do we call, ; our organlzfe
upon .
I may complain: of the hardness of. our that he was so From the thing In his heart though not In.toll Is four' lawyers. -
young. represented by negro __, lions.Jo-besUr- themselves-In the matter.: We.li5ply st fiar '>
), lives, man'.. lot >la free from the canon's note be had gathered that he voice that smacked of 'hesitating -4, . -.----.--.----' -- -" 'it pat on our rights. It.. prominent railroad man. Is'ques
catastrophes to w Ich_thM i.pLwoma n.Isr .Jlho _' -thi-'erenr satletactlort as'he'7n5Ltrad"Xr.7ou'quite : ; ,
svgs! .. !; '''Operators and Miners Confer Honed on the subject of railroad accidents he will shrug his sf
.. liable:"ire map stoop low;and live Ing, and he was by no means pleasedto sure, of, tbisUrMayors; ?" shoulders and ,
; "Human
say nature. i far'as
.
.Southwestern So be Is i.
coal / 'con'
?*' operators and .
to'stoop but she 'Lever She find that the .'Only too sure. .
4, again, same young gentleman ,
to be
cerned railroad men are protected not "
criticized.
the It.OI to the
turn
only too literally'"falls to'rise no '' who, had monopolized so'much -"11ow did It happen" inquired miners representatives met in Kansas w
", more."'' Sophy Gilbert or to give her of Miss 'Sophy's conversation. the canon. "U w could It have'' City, Monday'''.and began their, 'conference' management y errand. will be equally fruitless.! The superintendent will ;v

'her" ropel" title, Sophy'' Perry 'of previous evening had also been Invited pened T."' meaning, that to the. hap--I to discuss a' new wage scale atfectliig have little to say Generally! speaking he-has no fault to'flnd with the'men,, :t '
'.
andthe men have little fault to find wIth him This .
':t h, ;course,''was In no such terrible plight : In other matters he was by man'water had been the natural the 85,000. men now out .em. to be a tacit under-'
standing !in the interests of harmony. It : mQve :
being
the'misfortune bad' been impossible to without '
M that.,, no means diffident; It was not likelyto ment., ,If. I
,To, some' young ladles, bad they be the case with a'gentleman who lens tremendous' would have avid; L.. h'.' Name Sent to"Senate. treadlag on somebody's toes; by all means usJremaJn motionless As fortheepublie

''been7 In Sophy's position it may have had been'reported tfusajnof himself !"Whyhe could! swim like a fish.". In I "The interests, they must shift for'themselves. ',Consequently;) In plan
president Monday sent to tie
seemed' "a- 'not very. difficult task '"I'm not a'conceited .maii Jrtit I be- catastrophes' we- do not use metaphors I of?earnest co-operation in the Interests of efficiency and Improved'VeWvica,1-' .
unpleasant' to commonplace senate th..nAID. cf John 8.:Leech pf. there is something in the nature. :cf,.a friendly deadlock betweenatA' aad( I
,though one, make; .Ue\e .1 know everything but botany \ ,
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10'COIifee ; "To be C to public;:printer.. management.-The .Atlantt".. .
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dais and d Bystander. .. Used,.Pistol l Cfreottyeiy.

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Read Ordered to Produce B ok.. Coast Line Favors Editors.,. Henry McDonald In the circuit court J/ "
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The annual meeting of the F orldtPrtla.loclaUon WILLIAMS' SECOND' PLACE room,, at Terre Haute, Ind., Thursday] AS ft na ro. burglar-'at kor "boose'' la that
An: crderf" wai served upon Superintendent HOPEfUL TO FUTURE. city at 3 oclodk'Srmday'esornlsg,,
shot and killed Chief of Detectives .
'will be held at St- ,
1L E. C. SaltmaraJi'of., Louie
the At..tbe time tli.sbot fired the
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1+1110 and Nashville at Pensaoola afewdays Petersburg, Friday and. Saturday. May William B, Dwyer.. seriously wounded .burglar'was engaged! In hand-to-hand

ago calling-upon: th..company toj 8 and >? 1B03, Nebraska and M Inneiota Delegates three other officers and a bystander, Duly of All .. to Look to the Future: struggle with her aged father, Barney
and was himself seriously wounded.
In the official call Preildent.. Apple.yard
}NI' produce Its books for Inspection by the tj'e and attempting to pall hint
bat the following' to say anent Bolted Convention When Their McDonald had been tried for dynamiting Rather.Thin Past-- Must Rhody was ,
Florida railroad commission. The order
out through a window( where a negro>
free transportation: Plea For.Delay of Action stores and a church at Sanford last .. iVCreste a ConstructIv.Sentiment. '
was Issued .by the commission and Confederate stood to"aid the"burglar..
Was Turned. Down. yea?. .
PenaacoU 1 have been endeavoring to secure .
forwarded to'the sheriff at
The Inmates of the-boose were aroused '
t transportation fop an, editor, a memberof As soon as the jury reported Its verdict -
for service upon' either ,the president by' a noise Just ,under,Mr. Rhody
secretary or treasurer of tile company, the association, and one lady dependent For p..lllent.'of the'United Stale.,. McDonald Jumped up, drew, a revolver President W. W. J'I le1ofJb. South-- window Mrs. Jones went into bertather's .

f and In their "absence 'upon the official member of an editor's. family I Thomas E. Watson, ot Georgia.: and fired at Prosecuting. Attorney era railway company. who bat been room to Investigate 'and In 110-
\" have succeeded with the Atlantic CoastLIne '' James A. Cooper,,.Jr., but missed
"V; having In, charge'tbe'' business.ot the' Fob Vice president .of she. United looking carefully Into commercial; ted doing aroused'her father, who was still *
'-oJ This road has contract with McDonald continued firing at the officers
In this stale. In the orderIt a
corporation % arleep. Upon' awakening Mr. Rhodythrew
'States Samuel Williams\ of Indiana. industrial condition* In tbe IOuth'ern.tate.
a
'' all the' seated around the counsel table;
Is stated that the Florida) railroad practically newspapers published : open the window and was seized
i ft/* commission has the authority !to ..compel along this line, calling for transportation The foregoing Ucket was nominated Det ct\yCl\ Dwyer fell dead, at the third<< .. wu asked By a correspondentIn by the burglar and a desperate struggle

""" spy corporation In the state to pro to be furnished 'and paid for by th. Peoples'" party convention, in shot;; Washington Sunday for a summary then ensued. Miss Maud Rhody a

duce Its books and accounts, and under In advertising, 'on, a dollar 'for dollar session at St Louis, Mo., after (two Policemen and deputy sheriffs In the of the result of.his inquiries younger sister of Mrs. Jones,' .rushed

', this authority the Louisville and Nash basis. These contracts will be substituted stormy sessions, during which the Nebraska court room drew revolvers and opened "White business conditions in the Into the room, armed with an Iron rod ;
vllle la ordered, produce In Pftnsacola by a new contract that will meet and the Minnesota delegations fire on McDonald, who returned tbe southern states are not as--favorable whichshe wielded .with t.iling'efect'

on the above date the books and accounts . the conditions of the new law and reg. bolted; because thay could not provcure fire: Before, .the convicted man fell as we would like to hare them," said upon the head of the negro who never '*
; of all business done during the 'ultlon.n! tl l.'atate. Under these contracts a postponement of the convention with halt a doxen bullets In his body' Mr. Flnlejr. "1 think 'the situation In for an Instant howeverrelaxed his

past twelve months.. The, .members of the Atlantic Coast Line will fur )until after nominations! had been'made' he'.had shot Harvey V Jones, superintendent that section Is fully as favorable to an hold upon Mr Rhody.

the commission l: will be In the city and fish ,transportation In advance, for advertising by the democratlo.convention, ao that of policeIn the side; Deputy early revival of prosperity u' that In Seeing her father ,was about to bo' fi<

;, make .,n' examination ,It Is believed to follow later and, as stated the'peop e"' party might nominate ,W, Sheriff Ira Wellmau' In the chin; Sylvester any other part of the country, Through overcome and dragged through the window , ;
? that the action Is the forerunner of an' above will make this applicable oue J. Bryan 'for president If be were Doyle, court bailiff, In the leg, out the. south the banking Institutions Mrs. Jones pointed her pistol> at ;\ 1

order compelling the '"company to reduce -, lady dependent member.of an editor's defeated af the national democratic' and a bystander in the side are In''sound condition, and, although the negro's head and pulled the trig

SA, Its rates east of Pensacola< from tonally, as well. Where papers have not convention The jurors jumped to their feet at their managers are generally pursuing pr but to her dismay the rusty toe ,'

four to three cents per mite for ""pas a regular', standard contract.tha CoastLine Mr. Watson was not present, but Mr. tbe'first, shot.. Judge Crane,. who pre- careful and conservative policies, sound volvor only anapped. i
sengers. There are two divisions' east will enter Into one with., such Williams, of Indiana, returned than'lt.to sided at the trial, ito the railing of .business enterprises are generally ah!. Coolly readjusting her aim the do- '"> '

M of the city-tbe P. and A. and thJ Yel, newspapers, for an editor, manager and the convention Inca brief speech! In the jury box" and spectators 'rushed to obtain all the credit needed. From termlned woman again' pulled the trigger -,
t' low. River on which the ,passengerW' .dependent, lady, member of their which ho promised'to 'do 'all' things out''ID' confusion I moat localities"corns reports that south: and, when there was.no explosion '

1 ; rte '* cent, Although the third dlvlPgfe. family/'the-extent of a trip' to S'. possible-.for the success of the ticket:; Some of the spectators to the shooting ern farmers are In a prosperous condition from the weapon, she prayed In despair, i!

." lion' in Florida, .which'.is the Ponzacojla Petersburg and"return, during ,the: At a meeting Friday night of the said McDonald's brother also fired ', and have substantial bank so- but tried It a third time,, With ,the s' '

'. ....J.- J division and "runs. north to F'loma- meeting of the. association, ; .at that new' national committee,' James B. Fern at,the officers.. Th "officers are look. counts. fourth, pull of the trigger,there was a a ,
.. ton,-only charges the three-cent rate. point" rte, of.Jollet, 111. was reelected ''chairman -, lag for tbe brother., "Largely as a result of the purchasing resounding discharge of the revolver 0

;This Is the first order ever. Issued 1>11 I I and' Jay W. Forrest, 'of Albany, McDonald was finally overwhelmed power'of the farmers, retail trade that drowned the crack of blows wblah ,
the Florida commls l n compelling theo A '..cr t meeting ot promlnent'ltat.lal1 N. Y,,was chosen vice chalrmaa.i\ by officers and taken to a hospital.. It Ik most!>> southern communities Is fairly rained on the negro's head from the

Louisville and Nashville to prodacj: Its residents of. Tampa was Held a The. platform, after- setting forth Is' said that all the wounded men will active.. In those localities where cotton Iron ,rod which' was. still being wieldedby

p+' books, and much Interest. has beeu few nights ao''as a,resultot the receipt that the government has been controlled rexsover. mill employees and, other Industrial tho younger ...te'. The i negro fell r d

aroused of two ,threateningl3ttera, : f one sos to place' the ,rlghts'of ..: workers are* most numerous, there has, back Ihto the :yard with. bullet In his t '}
from Oneida New York, and one from property above' the rights of humanity -. GEORGIA GETS BACK-TAX' MONEY of course, been more or less falling; off brain caddied soon alt 'r"e

New Senator Banqueted I hPorhmouth- Va.., vaguely suggesting andthat financial combinations -. In retail' business as a result of the I

! Before his departure for Washingtona known members of the have exerted too much power over Long Litigation With Railroad Ended Industrial'depression.- As hi all other PRICE OF FLEECY STAPLE,
grand reception and banquet was ten.Yy' ..Italian: colony: of.the city All that oc- congress gives- tho 'position of the Through; Compromise.. sections, there Is. tendency on, the I a
dered W. H.' Milton, Florida's newly '.cUrr!.!d at the meeting Is not known, as party on finance as follows: part of retail dealor In all lines to buy t
..61.I i appointed United States senator, by ttj gathering was beblnd closed dears, !"The Issuing ot money Is a function After a fight of six years, a com promise very conservatively. and reduce their Fully''''Discussed: at SpeclaiCConterenoe' ;

,, "'Mariana citizen, who felt honored to though It Is knownthat as a result of of government and should not be delegated was reached Thursday in the stocks of.goods.. This'Dece..rll) has of $tate Presidents of Farmers' ,; I
'
do their townsman honor j Itbe I conference the authorities h.v" to corporation or Individual back tax case of the State bf Georgia the effect of curtailing the business of Union In. Little Rock.. I
's Addresses were made by a number been requested to specially deputize The constitution gives to congress against the Georgia Railroad' company Jobbers,''who' In tarn' are conservative '- 5. _

of prominent men, ail paying high oBlceri to work,,In conjunction with thfUriiatened alone the power tP Issue money and 'for tax OIl 15,000 shares of Westernof ha Choir purchase* from manufacturers. The conference of state presidents bf' '

tribute to the senator; after which, residents !In ferreting out regulate the value thereof.. We therefore Alabama railway stock,' the state and this 'In' turn tends to accentuate- the Farmers' Union, which, opened In. &'
S' Senator Milton expressed his apprecia tie'authors of these Utters and others demand that aU money shall bo being given a Verdict which trwlll the Industrial depression.- Little Rock Thursday, closed Friday

tlon of the occasion Ins few wellchosen" of a like character, which have been received . Issued by the government direct ,to bring Into the' treasury $135,000.- "The Question of how soon a revl- evening.: The- principal feature of the
words. for several wealts.; the people, without the Intervention of There were 'three claimants for. the yal may be expected to begin is'.one session was the discussion of the price.,.,:

\ The armory,.where the banquet was banks, and be a full legal tender for taxes, first tha'state, next.the'countyof which no'man( can ..D.wer.with certainty .of cotton and It the onion should'oontlnne ,
held was most beautifully 'decorated I I Miami's municipal officers are now alt debts, public and private, and lUchmoad and third the city of Augusts for the reason that some of the to hold the staple until reached a n

In ferns and' choice 'roses with everywhereJalr making a careful etqdjTof 'how to: regulate In quantities 'to supply' the necessity: The state gets I80.S2S.43, the reasons for the continuance of the 15 cents, per' pound, the minimum, figure :,

t ladles \\3 honor' the occasion :I the saloons. At the last meeting cf the country.. We demand.that postal county of Richmond' 1109,120.90, of buslnes,depressions are psychologicalThis fixed by: the last ''national Convention .

Punch'was' served from '. large squat;) 'of- the- city; council,an .ordinance was savings banks be Instituted. for. which $8$,010.8Vgoes ,to the board of being true, one of the most Important which was held In .Lit le .Rot*, ,

table, all In pink and white the centerpiece (: proposed. rather passed: Its AntI the savings of th .people." education'of that county and thee city results to .be ,brought about,is last summer* It was predicted by the

being a mass of pink Duchess :I reading, which If> It becomes a. law Alien 'ownership of public'.lands' I Is of Augusta $$148,65J.67.. This .totals- the creating 'of a constructivesintl- presidents attending this' ,conferencethat '.
I the oppoa.d.. .nd lands now held by aliensor exactly $335,000.The nffnt. based on faith In ourselves and w'
1 'rosessurrounded, by Candles over j jwblch I will, In.a large measure regulate a reactionary wave will e.4{. la .
.bung a large bouquet of white sale of.'lleuors la the city. The nor by corporations'whichhave, violated city, of Augusta and the oouuty In the future.' A few weak spot In that the market price.will jioar'again, by ,, t'
-saloansbaU the conditions of,: the/! grants of Richmond' obtain'' more than the our banking'' system have been 'elim '
roses; held by pink rIbbon Mlspes'Conley I;ordinance provides that ,the or before the first of Ja..I..r4. t*,
Biker, Tread weir and Parker pre. not open their doors for business should" be .restored to the. :['public., domain. : state, due to' the'fact that their tai inated; the natural resources of our meet the situation plans are being perfected -. "

elded. until 8d'clockIn. ; the morning;, places ." % rates are.higher. country have not beendiminished.'and.tho to assist' !. holding all"'cotton
I I the closing hour at ft o'clock' p. in.; Government ownership' of railroads 'Industry' 'and enterprise'' of' the from .the market'tor'at least'60 or.Mdays. "

'Information has been received' In that all..screens, and other obstructions Is urged on the ground that that policy NOT: 'GUILTY, HEFLIN': PLEA American people are as great as be- The cotton: now,stored, and aay ;', '

Key West that tbe appropriation for I I ehall be remtfved;' it prohibits women would prevent unjust discrimina tOre. Under these\ circumstances, there cotton that may,have reached the stag* ',' ;
building the seawall across the Fort I and children from entering' those I tions.; And: that In order to perfect the Alabama Congressman '''GI". .. Preliminary fore, as a result/of .the prolongation of known In the union ''as "dletressoaVthat ,

Taylor reservation and for'flmns' the :'places! makes It severe breach of law postal service the government should Trial at Washington.. existing conditions, economic complications ' I., cotton Where the owner?real,,;
land to. be reclaimed has been allowed. 'to' sell liquor l ,( to an Intoxicated person." : own and operate the general telegraph Representative' : Heflln. 'of"Alabama arise. It Is the duty of each one I ly needi to fell In 'or4efo. > meet '

g' The .locat'omce are exceedingly anx- :'I }" '" and- telephonesystems sad. ,provide_ a I In police court..t Washington\ Thurv. ot<< us to look to the future 'rather lisa en emergencies', will bo held by

,tOUt to get this work started and have Captain Ilatran F; Lund, oDe of thIS parcels. post, ;' ,.. day after a pleaof, not guilty: gave to.:the- past, and. to continue, 'to. the ranceoients'now! ., below 'p9ssnid&conference '

jjj called bids to be openad on May 1,-forff. ..r.best known boatmen of Miami, was ... . bond for $3.000 for his appearance for best of"his ability, ,to ,. the bringing adopted 'other' ;n.olespressiontgratlfigaUoa'at
'
'i .. the construction: ;' of the .sea,, wall and knocked overboard' and drowned by the TWO COUNTIES FOR LIVINGSTON. trial on two. charges of assault 'with about of such a sound 'constructive : the tends-

the filling of the 'land The bids for!jibing of a boom.or..hl, boat. Ira' .and a dangerous weapon. Bond was Immediately sentiment will ,substantially aid In cy towards the ,establishmentand ''t.
'the .construction, of the. dock at Fort fatber-ln-lwC.A-,8peer: of Sum10 -' .Congressman. from Fifth Georgia District furnished by O. O. Staples, a return ''to, prosperity._ maintenance of cotton grading schools,.i/i

Taylor are'now, at Washlngtonawalt--, vllle, N.,. Jv were en route.' .to I Cat, Wins First Round., proprietor'of the hotel where,the Alabama declaring these Institutions to' be ,ia- :.
I '
A.p', tag the approval of the secretary of I Key,,on ,, ..visit to Commodore Ilatgh,' Congressman Livingston'Friday' carried congressman Is stopping. Repre- MINORITY ..HOWIBOLID'PRONT.. valable to' the proper,carrying(out:oT

war.t The sea wall Is" estimated at the owner of the Island and a personal Campbell) and Newton 'counties, 'aentatlve Clayton,, of Alabama,, 'counsel . ....:--.r the plans 'of scientific cotton( planting.'
t A few thus securing four 'or the twentrtouiyote. Bills for Reinstatement of Negro Troops be'asked to oak.appropriations .
4100,000 and the cost of fining Is not toexceed' friend of Captain Lund. days'tinea. '' for Mr: Hefllnr told the court that The legislatures will '
the to'. becast hi ,the' fifth Georgia 'to' Bo Reported Adversely" esUbUsbmert
Mr yacht ;
the
f; $159,170. It Is expected' that } Speer purchased Mr,; HeWn waived the reading of ,the for, le
.- %Jhree large 'contracts will be in full Granger and ,.CaptainLund and Mr. district convention, > S Information charging him with assaulting The live democratic;members of the and _maintenance of ..uch'acb I.- ?

I force 'by the first of,June, and a largof ( Spoer ,decided 'to make the trip to Cat In 'Campbell the contest, was very ;;,Thomas McCreary, a New York- senate committee >on: military affairs,'
number of man will 'be employed on Key, expecting to be absent but a few 'close, Colonel Livingston winning by horseman and 'Louis Lundy succeeded defeating both the, Warner : CHANCELLOR DAY EXONERATED., .', ,? p,
a
negro '
.'days. only ten votes. "He carried Newton, and the Foraker bills for theirs -

each job ,- his home county, however. by 37T while on.a street car toration to doty.'of, negro soldiers of the Charges Brought by Rev Cooke ,Ig-. (. ;,"

+ 'The chief engineer of the con ruo- At 8 o'clock last Sunday; night evjry votes CANNON AFTER PAPER TRUST.Speaker ." twenty-fifth Infantry who 'were 'discharged noted by Methodists... V '* ,
tlon work, Robert( Leslie Klft of PhilU trolley'car' in Pensacola was run Into Newton and Campbell were the first withouthonpr became of ,the The charges preferred against Chan*. ,. .

? ,adalphla, has just completed the'topeg'graphical -' the car; barn., the members. ,of the two .counties. In the fifth district to of House- Information affray .t'DrowDivlUe. Texas;'Tho su: > eellor Uayr,ofSyracuse.nnlverslty.\byL 1 ::' .'. ,

,- survey'of the tract of land on Amalgamated, oclatlol1 f. Street act on the contest between Colonel Seeks ceesOf,, the minority wu accomplishedby the Rev, George A. Cooke,'of Brandon,."-:::'. r
"on strike. The ; Livingston and City Attorney James of' Special, Officers,.. voting as a unit against the dl-rldsd ,, '
Ttled Water lake, on which the American RaJlwa, Employ golng Vt., were ruled:out of court,b"'Bishop .',.
,I Kaolin *Cbmpany will "'erect'Its walkout was unexpected and hundred L Mayson, of Atlanta! who .Is! opposIng hose Camion, as'a member.. the majority.- 'The effect will-be to cause David H. Moore, a. the opening of'tb.,

,rt 'plant this summer "'rhe kaolin beds of people who were at church..and_other ; .him. ; Thursday,, Introduced' resolutions both bills to be reported adversely. one hundred! and ninlo"-sesslon of the,
' were directing the attoroey general and The'essential'point of difference between -' ''I;
belonging to the company arson what places compelled walk. New Tork,Methodist Episcopal Confer 7v r
a' la'known as the 'Ecclei tract of land home,'' T a.strike was caused by the Egyptian Cotton a Success. the_ secretary! : o.f commerceand labor the two bills Is, that the Warnermeasure once ,In New York city Wednesday "5;i.'

r two miles southof McMeekin, and ara company posting a bulletin that fIlm After )'eara'of unsuccessful effort to to Inform thehouse'what steps have 'provides that the president' Bishop Moore,' In dismissing tie'charges .., 'tr\\.I '.
r said ta be unsurpassed I In quantity and n undet suspension should report) Introduce Egyptian cotton' .Into the ben taken. by those departments to Investigate may reinstate any soldier upon'beoom- said lio) regarded the'"&Tmplalnt, \'. ;f.r;

< alltyby anT deposits of plastic c'ays 'to barns three times a da/ until put United States, the bureau of plant Industry the action of the International InS satisfied that he Is Innocent ot the, against Chancellor Day as a d\rect"at.-- {p t"I
"- back' .. of the department of agriculture Paper of New York, and other charges against him; while the Jora-
"f in the south. Steps leading to the da- ta work company tack, upon tree speech: and f ret* press.:"
Telopment of th'Is valuables: deposit *of<(< reports that promising results have corporations, supposed to be engagedIn ker bill. compels the reinstatement, Th.'\4ecl.lou.WU. greeted wbl .cheers;": ,
leaving Jackson. been secured In New Mexico and Arizona. to create In such" soldiers It they, tak. ,oath: Of .s
clay have up to.the present; time been With 'the lait.train an effort a monopoly and long continued applause. '0(
,. '' ,quietly\ taken; vllle. a. m. Sunday, April 5, the Florida , : print paper. ,,' their!. innocence., The charges'jigalnst: Cbanc tlor',ri'a):; ,
,.Special via the Southern railway, contained five counts;and were to the "t *.
BOYS "TESTED" GIANT' POWDER. BILLY AGAIN CONVICTED.! .
"$E: The trees about Tampa aro being carrying through ,Pullman sleepingcars EMARRAS8ING TO BRYAN. BLACK effect'lhkt B4"B! lT'Oefamed' : President
% infested with caterpillars many of the to' Louisville, Ky., and Cleveland, Re.ntly f: RooseveU' In some of his public utter: .,.Jancea. .
Result Was One Killed, 8hc People Crook Had Only Been Rcl.ae>.
"oaks"which ,line tha, residence streets 'O., was discontinued. Effective\ same Denied Privilege 'of Speaking He Balks . Dr. Day,made no effort to asp .l.
having'numbers' cf these 'Insects'crawl: ' date through sleeping car service toDetroit Hurt and Car Demolished. so From Atlanta Prison. ewer ,the .charc.'t.\

Y'' ing over their trunks and4devouring .I leaving Jacksonville at 7.55p Boys .playing near a halt car .load of at Attending Banquet. James Lang; alias Black Billy,,note \ --h

'their leaves. A general 'bandagingof: m.. was also discontinued. Other. giant powder and dynamite caps at William J. Bryan Thursday announced rlous crook".nd-.fe" blower, was convicted LEECH' IS PRINTER. \
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with cotton la being resort-,, train and Pullman sleeping car service that he had withdrawn his acceptance PUBLIC ",'"
the trunks
Mocksvllla No, C. Frlda"ollooUne
Shawnee, Okla., became Involved in a at ; |
j' ,ed to'ln an endeavor to stop the fast ,ts not changed. of the Iprltatlau of the New York : j.
Suoeaed
Davie Man New In Philippines Named to -
dispute as to whether, the powder was the .b 'I1k .of In 1903and:
worms from getting Into, the National Democratic Club to, attend a '
traveling, .
'y I Governor Browa'rd; :; Issued .positive Instructions good 01' bad.. They determined to test banquet 'to be given onApril 13. 'In sentenced to five years, .Stilling*::" s

-r foliage to the sheriff of Durab county It 8IId applied a match. A terrlftc ex view of the discussion which had'arisen His three'confederates, who.asslt- John''S. "Leech of Illinois, pow.pppllrtaterin'tbe'Phmpplnehas < ;',\1

stamp !In the Tarnr . to prevent the violation of any law ploslon followed the car being blown as to whether-the' Invitation was to : ed In this Job, were: _trte&an4epuiYICted: : ; been appointed -- ?.' '

The custom'revenue house Show 'a decided In-', that he knew was about'to be violated. Into fragments, and people; pissing maks-s-tpebch;rmererF be present a yeas ago.;Lang and his gang'operated : pu"),.: "printer In WashidgtonU: 'f t

>a lIL4-utJng ]!latch..nreriha. rece4'InC -...an4-a.-. 'eelllHfttae.trin.truct1on.> .. weT. "bT6wa fro 'their feet and across Mr,. Bryan: said be felt .it would extensively in North: >,Carolina aid Mr. Leech will succeed Public "Printer . 't tSUllings
4L"; : the road.. One boy killed allel'.la he: has 'only -recently' been releaard i ., whoso resignation was ,accepted i.t ",
month' -The 'tobacco stamp sale Sheriff B wden prevented thee playing was bo embarrassing both to the' club and :
for March ;amounted to 959,780.67. the 'of baseball, game in Jacksonville Sun people seriously rajured.: __ to himself to be)present In either. ca.' from Atlanta federal prison. some days ago. The appointment .. ": :
dD..for there Is a, state law against pacity. w as .made 'bT--pf..ldi1fr Roosevelt wu' ,'
..,gest ''One l tnonth'sstamp sales at \
HILL 18 NOMINATED., I SCREWS PUT ON DEMOCRATS. In the nature of a snrprlso. :
t', Tampa for' over a-year.. :I[Sunday baseball playing.: : . : ;:.
I' 'WIL'I. FIGHT. ALL. SUMMER.. Mr. Leech was notified ,by cable or J
, President' .ends..,.to Senate Name ef \, ef'Hous&Adopt Sweeping his appointment and 'reqneated' to'report . $1
Every boat from Havana to Key J I At( a recent meeting of the. ',,Tatnpaity . -' Republicans.
West brings largcC quantities of Havana 'council a resolution"waa adopted 'New., Ambassador to Germany.-, John Sharp l . Williams! Serves Notice onRepublican' .. >' Cloture Rule. for' dutyatthe; earliest prIctlcabhe'. ".

+' tobacco forth. cigar manufacturers ot :'authorizing th.ll.oance of < per cent .. '.President Roosevelt. sent to. the senate 'Majority. By adopting a sweeping cloture rule tIa .,, .
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of $11,784.62 for In house.of representatives .Saturday fs: 1
bonds to'tho'amount the .
ihe.clty.. During Jthe .month of ,Msrclh'over j ,.Tuesday, the nomln.tlon'Df David John Sharp Williams: the house democratic the'demacrats' ': "
left to To'Organise Cuban Army.t :
+ 3.000, bates ware'brought'O$ Jor'the :the Pllrpoa. makingthe third '.?,arjn leader;, served'n&tlce\ the republicans .
I has on "
:J. Hill be American ambassador .... 1. tani
to No
good' nt on the ctty'crematoryAccordingto"a"Wuhtnat3o, Jayne only .very, limited pw.\ Governor Magoon has decreed o** -
manafacturers..This Is a ..
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.i.. cigar; the republicans that unless they drop "
"' that'the'factOrt..'hav.e'pl.n, at Berlin, ,Germany: The, resignation; longer'can: a. filibuster be'conductedagainst' pn1&atlOG.ot an army forCubathe' iIslt-:.,;
the "do and proceed to
Indication nothing policy"
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p-!!,;. It y otrorders'on': .h.nd.and expect to ;> ,, : : : dispatchthe'aerate'committee of': 'Ch rlem cne' Tower., now 'at, tie enact, some' Of, tart legislation favored sending to conference' bills general lines.r40WD' 111 the str ',
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co'mmlcslon : .
J ? with'senate amendments ''nO. JoncercaD' .visory .*nd' that\Ges s
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'The on .
d..t.
( .arl
at'an' of
: .se tile tobacco posts'has.been'accepted to take effect by the presidents In his message '
: motion to close debate be amended Alexandro Rodriguex shall b"tn
; a ,
l5 larger" factories bare their! "w&rehO..1. I report.d ; June L' -At that Ume'DrL HIII will assume January 81, the democrats, propose to. 'or dlscntsed., "
: '' Cuba and' mly-! import tobacco:)In hl duties., "' keep e'fight"until dog ..-.. mandV ? ?
,; ' :new , 4i :iJLi .: ,. op t, ,days. ,
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w. B. Jf ARRIS.: $ Editor and, PropT.SUB8CKIPTIQP I SPRING

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1 e0ma nuwpt Cram our WthOhtnu.t.lrad Ii
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"te ,.... _.-t.. will not b. ivtunwd'unlMKntorw .. UNITED .

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i f f ; April 10 1001.j .. : ,};;.. Our lino] almost 1 'completevi.t.ll -

j i I SENATOR .. '
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t,+ r CITY, COUNCIL., . Gin.gliams, Calicoes
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from
first
'Page.) ,La.'VpH.trllite Goods Etc.
t this 27th day of March A. D. 1908. DUNCAN ,
(ISeall] P. A. VANS'AONKW, U.FLETCHER
rY.-.o P"hll. The early feuyer "'
- < gets
JHV ooniiniision, expires :juij n. i iit. 4 .. ;the
After reading the foregoing dedica I '' '\

'. tion same, on was motion. duly ordered,seconded th s No faction, machine or ring broulbtl Stands for These. Principles : j test selection. : -;,
and
accepted spread _
him out. He cam out Comtrol of lateral.! i
ar on the minute, whereupon the follow alone at a candidate Carrier by Int.rs/ate
i ing. resolution was read: and adopted and single handed. He will be c..reo Coaus_i..lsa.
:
l it' WhereaThememorandumofatree{ glad to receive the support of the corporations Favor.1_.. T.... f
of
ment entered Into on March Orh. 11108, the anti-corporation 8tm4m for Toro Rovlaloa, "
YouI-H
the prohlbltloniati and the aaa B>afl<> .. for Honest, Values
# between the Council of the Town of hlbitlOnl, of antl-pro- Florida F. ..._ a.4 Fralt GT MC..... .
the local -
KlMlmroee City and II. IV Thurroar. the Christian ootlonUti. D.iy .. Egyptian CoUoa. %
and the and the Jew and of the
r Atlantic Coast Line Railroad
s Company has been complied with by gentiles, the "Publlcansand ilnaer,*' Oovonao. Ap.*o.rla< ._ for Ilarb.r.. f .
He
aid would even accept,the r IUaa 1 Rlvor aa4 W.t_. ..
Thnnnan of
and said support, '
company; the -
Renolved. That the injunction suitDOW The Pharisees. O.oooo4 to Traala aa4 all Moa .... _. I ,
T pending between the town a. com. people corporations, and the can do without the P..... Carraaey R.lor atOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOUOrX j! KATZ
people
plamant, and Louise C. Chapmao, can do without ..-
't t J+ ,and ilorallo C. Chapman, her husband, allowed tha-corporalion to oppress*. the Neither other.should be .............II... ....f'.,.......,."....... ..M... r-
said Thurman all respondents, In is Capital
t the Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial Tho organized license labor shAnH: organize. .., .
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Circuit of the State of Florida In tax law'llcennlngach -- -.
and for Onceola the littleenterprtae xliould be amended In I0f7000C0'nOt +
county on Chancery
side of laid order that taxation should bear more C. A. CARSON. .
court involving the J. A. CRANFORD.
evenly. 8.1 LUPFER .. .. r
tlt'e and right of ---\dent. ----
possession of and to Article VI""PrMld.mt..
the forty.foot strip of Broadway vides for XIX of the Constitution pro- Secretary .. ..
abutting Block Twenty-six(26)ofthe\ ( ) Local Option. The qualified """" KM wNtiavau
) elector wN-
wHMN "
(not the """
South Florida fUDroad{ Company'. Governor) approve NNMM4NN"
t' or veto '
.urvey of Raid town, be forthwith constitutional amendment.. f C A_ .. . '
lIe Is I CARSON. Pr
ti not KISSIMMEE 'lde
'withdrawn!. .and the same dismissed at. ,.**..**..,fl band on un"'h8/*v*"recently.tHe > > con- LUMBER CO.. t N. C. BBYAN! Scrtari>,
'De co... or the t.own: :i *
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1 e ,"', Resolved further, That the town of commenoodrUe working In 'rEE.
i Quinov, Florida, at .
iKisiImmee. City hereby nurrpnder all a salary of 115 -
%(, / Its right, title and Interest, ai trustee per has month himself and boarded himself."He 1
i for the public use, of, In and to said been a hard working f Waters & Carson Grocery Co. 1:
# trip, unto the sold Harry W. Thur means struggling In other man and he know. what I it I Rough and Dressed I .
z man, bit hair and assign, forever He has never marred : I
; he -- .
has'alw&ya hId obligation i ----01..1. ad R.tsIID..I.ral.GROCERIES'.
.
r andResolved Ills life has been I
Further, That said strip spent more in I Pine' '
tv being that part of Broadway Street thoughtful consideration of other : Lumber.
lying between the northwest. boundary people than of himself. He feel sure I
of said Block Tweu" ," he will be elected "If he gets enough I ij
(26)) and the .0" ,." He I
t southeast,, line of 'said Broadway doe not propose to trade .
off
a single office. There I.I l .
Street a. projected from the adjoin honor In :
COUNTY
being
ing'( Block Governor. If It It tainted AGENTS ROB)
Nineteen with HOUSE
andJJTwentv of
aid dishonor he does not want the EILLS A SPECIAL'ootiooooooooooooooooooooeoooi TY.-
r South Florida Railroad Com olHoe II A YGRAIN ,
pany' survey, a* shown by the offi / .1( Celebrated Fertilizers CRATES
;. dial plat of said :survey on file and 2OCOr.lOOOOOOOO'CXJQG. I /
{ recorded amoDA'tbe public record.of : E T C. .
Orange county, Florida, be and the r Clre.l.ra ad Pt..;..
same 1* hereby closed and discontinued T F.ral.b.5 O.A"Uc.tlo..

'x a* a public,. street, and that the qrp
''j. a same shall be hereafter. contained a.I a
J
portion. of said Block Twenty-six .-A.CARSON ,
also ; .....1...'. I:'; OHIIIIII..''c...LEE.....,..... N. B. CABON. HIDES FURS WOOL
C..ler.
r Resolved, .bat'the new street. t ,
N.. through Block. 26 on .the .
northwest State
a' and southeast sides .of the railroad ; Bank of Kissimmee Oo\irLtry Produce
: f
a.
a' right of way be named respectively) Kissirrimce Specialty. ,
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Tohopekallga Fla-
street and Thurman ,
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'street! --- ''' ''''

"' and Resolved Cable Company That the be Postal directed Telegraph PAID UP CAPITAL.,...,. ........... S BO OOO OO : 1.

uxfcvs its. Doter on',Tohopekaliga to re- .TOCKHOLDBBS LIABILITY.,.. ..,..... BO OOO OO .

'Florida Street through Railroad Block Company's,26 of the survey.South DEPOSITORS SECURITY/ .-....."......., .. ,tOO OOO OO* r..............-,...................-.......--d1t 6I -.._.. ... -.... .

The city attorney having been re a 01M! Prompt and Careful Attention. giver 'lo a'! .._ : ,

to,quested.bondlna-to rive the t.ownfor an opinion establishing in regard t rate trusted*.. to ua. Exchangva 1 ,: good at, all. point mattera at-clieapeet. i\I R.. S. Floyd & :

""1.1'01'11.:., preleDt.ed lob. follo.lnR: ..: ,"OVII ones see,,n ki u neaa... Co- :tw
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April, 1908 : .
..r Hon; W, J. Sears, President. of C'OUD Paintjland Paper I' 'Ir "' ". -," ', \ .',,
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oU. City.4f. . 'Ii .
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Dear Sir: "* ||Improve and protect your house. tJ ,\ 'GROCERS' "
My opinion baying been Informally I will be pleased to bring my 1907 v : :.'"' t: .

requested by the Council upon, the ample books to your house and .
question of bonding the town for wa- make any suggestions the latest
+ terwork I beg to advise .as follows: decorations that you may desire. : NEW FIRM NEW H
There is no special bonding limn Drdp roe! a card and I will cheerfully { ; GOODS
.Sunny South
for waterworks such ,as there Is for furnish estimate on,,paper" Stables. -
electrtoligbto"gas. The .ownwcuht and," painting : .f :, :, : i ; j :
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therefore be'restricted to Full Une'of
.be..p lar High Grade Fresh *
bonding limit of 6 .
per cenU-- The
.
a*
essed valuation of the town for 1907 CEO E.A.BA; E L. H.' INQRANi, Proprietor.. Family and Fancy Groceries ,:'

was 1008,667: 4 .per Cent, .of which, I. t FREE DELIVERY '
2fi.443.35.The" 1NNN\\NN.NN\Naha\VNNNN\N\\\N.N.\\\NNNN\N.\\N\N .
e* outstanding Indebtedness. em. ORLANDO. FLORIDA.NUBIAN i : j

t 'braced within this' limit amounts to : |i"i 1 i ; "' i Prices. HI slit ti /
6.200, of which I ,OOO are for street I KlfwJmiiice: Fla.. "'
bonds and '1.200 '
for
:
The avallsble amount cemetery now for bond wa. TEA S L___...................._._ ..._..._ ....... toa j s rif.VY"a '9Y9. t 6
terworks Is therefore the sum of 119243.36 ,- .u _........f $ VripgFrVritR ,, ._.' .I
.., and this of course would have Well equipped with New Stock and Vehicles $ .
o'
DO connection with and
the
electric.light prepared to meet all demands 1:
bonds or the special limit. . with Perfects Satis- $
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,
t I '( Your faction'.
very truly, ,
L, -. P. A{ VANS ONEW. 4 i >b
SAfter. reading the above oplolon,'on keeps. NEW
'motion duly: seconded and carried the HEAVY SPRING :
HAULING
president of the Council was 'in' 'A SPECIALTY. . i
strutted to employ Air, Clay, of Ar You Well.i .' """ ""'
%*v'<
cadia, to make a complete survey of .. ...
the town of Klssimmee City for the -
1, purpose of establishing waterworks: If -A.E..AuA, ----
the citizens *o desire cost of i '' A AuA.aAa.euA\aAcaA 6 elk _
purvey. If is
not to exceed $120. 3; an GOODS
,There being"no .farther<< J.
business W

April Council 9th adjourned, 11108La.. 7 to o'clock meet Thursday p. m. I aelU 1 'e'ef : i .

T, W. Ewe .......'... : ,
Beraedrforoc
J. R.
OIU3E8T Clerk. > I
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""", FUNER { .

Another New firm, ConslipatiOfl I 78."V j NOW OPEN :p..

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*i :Messrs. ,Leo Wolf and Holmes COYrA .:I 1

t b Pratber have leased R,' T. Hutler's I y, ____ ,
new barber shop, ;' bath aDd ; j
pool
,; room, and took charge of the. usInes 'N Also Nice H. STANFORD
yesterday morning' r'. 3.5 rx !jfldlgestloa' j CO.

:6 Th..tleof,the new firm la wolf h; a > Gents' } ________ i
Pratber. and ,place pose tor run-in Bilious ___ Nft
orderly.genteel making such PHONE --
improvements at the business t Square. '"
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will
f warrant ness and ....."" ..../..,&.-.......,.......A....usc.au/k.AuAcA. 4 f BARGAINS AT CASH
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They are now emp'oying! two bar lk t/rark 6c STORE i ;
toes, both of whom are Arerclas.: .a.aa erati -- I .
,
-
workmen.Mr. ,
arores'.orraca' -
BUtler solids for tbe new firm DyspepSla'j : Calico, 6r. per yd.i .tf
a continuance of the liberal pa"roD'Me i 11 cLawn: Plctul' and Picture Frame, 25o.
FROM 40 in.
si.S THE wide,
FACTORY loc
which I baa been accorded him. TO YOU 11 I IIPr ld. to 9Sc.
\,. It I j Lace, 61( I In. wide, f ,
Ie wOI.tbOc:
,
good for the LIr r; Kidneys, 8u' iWIokt11. 15c.) sells_ Spool I Thread
AK ach- ,Bowel and Blood.V ., .. >ra.. at 1c. .Jt

'; y'" la a man%'wbo can't .?.::good in'any no bad takes after the effectH.place of ealomel" and leave 35,000 CHAIRS I'! Ca-isimere Puntsi, wOI'thjo2.r.o J sell Ladle Union Suits'Itt'$1.00.) ,4!

ly ,person or thing. It's a habit caused It I* needed In the AT MANUFACTURERS' 'a..t .15 ; Good Door Lock I with A
by a disordered liver. If you find Fall land Spring SlImmerJ COST Pin strip; two keji, 200.1$
t; :that you are beginning to see things Children. Winter by Men.. %%omen an4 [ Pants, worth "|.fio, tell!'at. 0 Nice Suite Clothe JOoeKallon
i 01.00. worth W4 910
.. through blue spectacles, treat .. ,.af |$
your 11 Ie VMS M a LAD_...
utrem.l BMM "
; liver to a good cleaning but process like palatable-even children 0...... ..acav i ssa sae aeorsa I'Jeans ral'lL.'orth\ 1.705. Coffee :Pot ,
,with Ballard's Berblne:,A Bure Bure it. Buy! a Louie from Aa aaoaavaasv.. .i.iaN. 61.26. .. hell at j go at l o.; -''','f
,for eonctlpatlOndyspepsia, .' r New Dress Good
'indlges.tton. : I from 15 to o.
sick headache blllionaness 6M.Na1.Y.MMaa..

''k ,liver Sold,'byttobrson''stomach and Pbarmsoy.V bowel trouble., all*; Roterson's, Pharmacy. FLORIDA I :CHAIR FACTORY :You "will find ,Bargains in'Sho s' 1

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Supplement--Ttie Klssimmee. Valley Gazette, April 10. 1908.

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Three''Japanese Monkeys. Per Saat.e ....... iMtreisttoa Par Coeiaty Coeamlaeleaer. .

: I hereby anmooaoa mreelf. eemllilate. forCovatrSapertnteBdentefPablhilBatnaUoa. TethenaaioiratliVoter at Ossetic County:

''We acknowledge.wlh wlh| 'gratitude the i ANNOUNCEMENTS. ., If I bevels announce...... for t..eml..ttoa as

receipt on .an Illustrated boardstde dosed. I will devote aD.r all''u.to the duties Counts Ommnsbmi r tor DMrlct Member.. ...
of the..... a. TO WELL. bell appreciate the support ofdletriet. printed la red, recounting the virtues and didn to thanh my friends for their
of the Per aVaperiateadeat ef Paalle laetraetlea. poet eapport. and If elected will discharge the
Bfa.AlberW, Gllcbrlst of Per" Shorn!. duUBaofaay oAee to the beet Intonate of the
Puota:Gorda /candidate. tor Te the Tots> of OeeeoU Coantytatraethm people of Oeoeom Osa.b; #. JL W UJIII.:
'Oov- .' ........, anaooaae trait ea a candidate. tot I hereby announse--U tor..........to u.e I
error of Florida.'? la the :northwest the elBoeef Sheriff of Oeoeole county eahieet to odes ad County Baperlna.d.et of Public ...I Per County Com.......... ,

of this doougieiit shine the cotrely the action of the Aenvmtie primarioa.C. subject to the motion of the DemoaraUePrlmariav I hereby announce myself a ramlHaM lor the .

i connterflt presentment of Mr. OilChrist. BUCCELS., soliciting year m...... I e a, <.effioeof County; rnrnmliilnair fur DWIW... 4
XaapeetfoUy. |'Connote..... sad.....* thaeuppertef the veibe .
The northeast shows us) three !
Per Sheriff. I w.J.BIUJt& ,: .... Is .v dletrit at the demserads re unary to .
monkeys one with hit band over his .
I hereby announce myself a candidate for the held May l th,and premise U elsdsd to did
one with hU hands vver bU H of Reil etre ....
eye > Sapervleer
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office of Sheriff, eaujaot to the action of the charge the duties d the cosec till the beat of my
mouth one stopping his ear a* If I I .hereby annoanoa myself a eanilHut. for the
Deivaoratio abOI\J' JOHN H. BAISDEN.
Mr. Bryan or Mr.. Roosevelt. were In Primary.OEO. ,office of Supervisor of Bedatratlea forOeeeoIaCoanty.aubieottotaeaeUoa
: W. OVER8TREET.: : ,
full cry. The legend: of the pMniniraHa ,
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Coeamtoeleaor.mreelf
"On a famous temple In Japan there For Sheriff. Primary to ,be held May the Uth. !..*.sad moatraapeetfullysollctt I hereby For announce Uoaatv a candidate for.

are represented' three monkeys, suggesting ' I hereby announce my candidacy for toe office of the support of all my' friend- County" Cementfrom Diatrkt No. a. and

1 Illot.eoded hear see, speak DO evil. Sheriff of Oceania<--.."" subject to the Demoeratlo throughout the _"" respectfully solicit the support o< the voter. ef
This a* an object lesion Primary. If elected I promise the beet C. Y.(]aIJ'FDf. eaU dMrlct. W. MANN.
Insulating charity a. to the faults of
eerrloo of which I an capable. .
other Albert Ollcbrlst has them Per Supervisor ef etatratlea.Te : Per County Ceeumlaoloaer.T .
painted on his office building in .c..r.I'BBVA1'I' the Deraoeratie Voters ef Oeoacta County
County
+ *the Democratic Voter> of Console .
Punt Gorda, Fla. I hereby enneoMM myself for re-eomtaaUa* to .
For State Senator I hereby announce myself a candidate for
the office. ,of of Registration for Oeaeela
The admirer of Japanese art and Supervisor
Corny District No...
Ummledanerfn subject to
i symbolism "started 1If." at $15 a Te the Democratic Voters of the IBth Senatorial 'Conpty.: I thank my friend for peat favors and the actfen of the Democratic Primary .. May. '

I month, which Is a good deal more District solicit their'hearty. support ta the approaching Q. M. BUBBARD.
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,r than most of us get at the same period. I hereby announce myself a candidate .Cor May PrimaryTory respectfuly.

/ Now he modestly admits that be Is State Senator from this district subject to the I. A..LANCASTER.: Per County Commlaaloaer.Te .

1 "fslrlv well off'," and be Invites --..... prharl. ti trr hold "I the IMki t of the Democratic Voter*'Oi.mla Counts
Supervisor of Roclatretloa.I
May. 1MB. If dieted I will endeavor to faith
votes: At the Solicitation of friend I havedecided
elRedrtratlon my many
aa a candidate for the allies of Bnparriear
!, "Vpte for Albert W. Gllchrlst., He fully Mm r county
feels sure that he will be elected Governor the voter Of"district. will VIVO me. stoner for District Number I. and I shag apprad.ate .
BBACHAM.. support of the voter ta the approaehtas' Primary.
of Flortla If be gets enough A.J. BOOTH. the support of the people of this district at
.votes. Be will be opposed by a band .. tile eomlnar DemoeraUe. May Primary.K .
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of patriot! ,' who, have monopolized Per State Senator.Te Far Clerk of the Circuit oart. U LESLEY.:

all the political virtue They organ th Democratic Voters Orange and. OmolaCouatieat To the Demoeratl Voter of Oeeeem pouatysBelnc : -

ise the ward, city, county and State a candidate for the sales of Clerk,the Per Codatr c............
politics\ always with an eye for the I hereby announce that I win be a candidate at Omit <'oort'at the Democratic Primary to beheld t hereby announce myself. a'candidate for.

main chance and for the pe.apuA1.They the coming Democratic Primary'. renominationa U M.,.. I will greatly appreciate the rapport County Commmlaekmer for District No. Two (I>

would not draw their salaries State Senator for the lath enaloilal District of the people of OeoeoU Oou."" Having for ublect to the action of..... Democratic Primary. .
except for the benefit of the p-e-a- of Florida composed of Orange and. Console some time peat occupied the position of Deputy to be held ta May. IMS. -

'p-u-l-l.. The are the. p-e-a-tvu-M, _..a. LOUIS C. ASSET.. Clerk. I feel that t am fully eeopftont todl. E.: L. D. OVER8TREET.Fer .

pulling the tail p-e-a out of. the, pot .. loJ" ._ sherge the duties of themes to the hatiafaetloa ,

far themselves. He is not on the Per State tt_.. .., ? Of lie publla. ARTHOM II:. DONKQAN.: Ceaaty Commlaeloaer.T .. ,
.band .wejffoo,' 'Walking: .I* good I hereby .anoan.c mr eandldany far *omlna.ttoa . *the Democratic Voters of Oeoeom County
enough for him.' .o..taU. Having decided to stand for re-nomination M
: to a ascend tune of the offlooof State Attar.Mr
.U* roeae that '',gunning" I II good ta sad for the S..mth JwUetal droalt of Te the Democratic Voter of Oa.Iberebyannomeemyeelfaeaodhhto.... Cat yrt County" Commlailoaer tar, District Number Idealra

etertURh for blmY His I platform I* florid*, subject to the decision ft the Democratic forRep- to thank my friend for peat -..-[and

sltdpl and. cut Into convenient. primaries to behold o* Mar:*. 1991 If gala reM taUr4 subject to Ue action of the Domeerati respectfully solicit the votes of tic: people ef my,

lengths : .. trussed with th administrative, this most.... primary to be held oa May Mth.lMa.aadreoeetfully district at the. owning May Primary.

**De Soto county I* 'dry;* I.voted to variant..... ty.IlM people, I will *a I ban always ask the support of alto vetoes of tiewants. ,J. 8. STTRATTON.For .

rBehe> "-<. .I lire the life of temper shit' .._ veifuoe. mr duty Impartially C. B. AGREE.: Ceaety Cemmlao_.. .

''r" erctr anoe; some people would prefer you toILaik ... f arl a ly. for the! best interest of the atoto.c At the edidatM ,of say friend 1 lteray.:an-
For Repreeeatatlv*
the life. Capital I* organized. JOHN JONES: myself eandleato
nounee a for County 'Commie
Te the PemoeraUa Voter of Oieiola CouatyiIherebiaanoiinee
'II 1 should .organize. Each Is the myeelf a candidate for RepreaeateUTe. shear from District No. 4. and If elected plot.*a

of the other. Neither ..- Per ha Calleeter.Ikr aubtvet to the notion at the Demo.eratle faithful discharge of the duties of offlea.ELMER .
> lei be oppressed. There are two Primary to be held en May 1Mb. IMS Ae R. BASS.
of men recognized, the natural .bf a.aousee myself a candldaU for Lhalnnaaof the Boar at County Comnleatonen .,
Mods and the artificial n an, known as the offloe of tat (polleeler fur Oa ooU County of Oeoeola County for many saucy I feel that I am Fer Member ef the School Board
...acquainted with the neede rf ear people and.
.& corporation. Each have -certain .bJeo& to the aattoa of the DemooraUo Prl- If elwted I Mall earaeetlr devote mraelf to protecting I hereby announce myself a candidate t for re.

rhrbu. Each should be restrained, wary toJM held Kay llKa.ltM '.. BelkiUInc- roarupnurt. and during their latereet to theDaet: election. to the odes of snatcher of, the Board of .,
Neither should be destroyed:.Thetaxe I am of my ability. WALTER BA88. ... I'abUe011... In sad. ,.Mr Dietrlet N.... .v'"-

1 .f our people bear unevenly. There Retpeetrallr. for County_._'. feet to the action of the Demwratle Primary I*
Ibould be more economy Elect u.R. T. BIJTLKB. I hereby announce myself a candidate for the be held May 1*. ISO* '

proper legislator If [, am- elected one of County, Treasurer o.o.aIa.ubo" elected I prom,.*, ta the foturcae la the part,

Governor I will do mfr duty. Our Far Tax Colloclor jest to the action of the Democratic Primary to to faithfully perform the dutlea of the......'

laws are too technical. .T.. the DammmU Veers of Console County be held tIM Ilda day of May. IMA awl reapeet. ThaaktaaT my friend for their part support. end

How caltaD,. odl' whether of thepeople" t ttiMWw myself a candidate fas4a eacmteatlsa fully ask the aupportof all myfriaad. thnmchouttheeennty. .hoping. scale to receive the came. I.aim

;[' or the 'p.eapu.I.Icb. *Tea Collector, Oiinle Qau."" .subject to the 'JOHN U BEAMAN. .
",loot to this sound declaration of action of the Oemnniutlit .,...,.. I wish to !. .iv 1 Respectfully.LS. BROWN.For .
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principles, It three thank the voter for their port.....-to and. win For Treasurer.At .
\ monkeys the eoUaftaU- friends I have decided
tonboot
many Member School
Japanese ? We very much appreciate their veto ta the Primary Board
agree cordially with! Mr. Gllchrlst of May l th. 1 M. V.u.u,. to make... race for the eflo* of County" At the eaUettetloB of ny. friend. I hereby an.,

that.he will be elected Governor It begets CHAS. U BANDT., T_. My reason for rannliw to that I need sooner myself a candidate. to neeed myself aa
the office" and believe I sea im It to the _&181_
Member of the School Hoard for
enough vote*.-New York: Sun. District NQ L
u..Jhv'.W.OOILIJIL subject to the action of the Demoeratla
For County Judge. Primaryto
Why all this to do about the Florida At the request of friends I bar decided to e.bmltmynaraatobaeoBaldfradat For Trea.nrer.T ... held.May 1" 1M*. If attested i pledge\ .

railroad commission ruling that the! Dwnoomti the Democratic Voter of Oaeeom county" faithful discharge of my duty, W.-C BASS.

railroads cannot issue free transportation Primary oa Mat l th. If*, for the cdosol County" I will be a candidate. for County Treasurer
to the members of the press as- I IlaLloD Jade, and ash, U ta Jour oplnknl am worthy of the May Primary and believing that I can offlcl.ently For Member of the School Board.

; I* it going: to Cb.Dat.he the position aaat your vote -'-"..! end If I perform the duties of the office I---" I announce myself aa a candidate for member,

P There I* too much tendency on elected. t premise try not to disappoint soap fully solicit your.upport. B. C MILLER. of the Board of Public >Inatructloe from School!

art of many paper In the State "'. A. MINX I I District No 1l. and If elected. I will faithfully die-.
use them. The beet thing to do For Tax -.-.. charge the duties of the ......._ '
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Thanklnsmy friend for their pact support I P. G. CROMARTIE.
i that the law 1* changed to .
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For Co atyJ .e.
hereby announce myself a candidate! for re-now. I I.
i emergency. A,* far as the I hereby announce myself aa aeaadldato for re. tontine to the offloe of Tax Assessor of OeoeoU Per Member the School Boerd. '

I concerned-the matters verybother in _1UotI to the onto of County" Judge and. Exottdo : County subject to the aetloe of the Democratic To the DemoeraUe,Voters of OeoeoU fount it' .". .

railroads Tor what pay do Judge of the County" Court at the Demo Primary to bo held May the Uth. [1fUIU electedI I hereby announce myself a candidate. for School.
advertising
If have: to do It we _tie Primary to be bald on the 11&I1 lay; of May. will discharge the duties of the otter, a* ta the Commlaaioner' In District No a. subject to the souse -
we we can
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A. Do IM% andrndobis-. earnestly raqaaa thaeapport pest to the hot of myaMUt .- of the Democratic Primary May.'
1 wilt do without
and
way a of all of aUow oiliness and I ana "
my .
J. L. OVERSTREET.For : J B.TUIIBUN.I .
., It. certainly does not speak
assure them that UI resolve the nomination and.
"tb* Florida Press Assooi'key election will la the future, a* In the pest devote Con sty commissioner
have to quit business all of my time and energy to the beat Iniereeteof I hereby aOaounoe myself a Candida)* for reelection ..Registration! Notice,.

muse a little two-by-four the county" ta accordance with lowW. a* crony" eommbwloner. ,. from DiitriotNoK Tbe/aaiatratloa hooka for Oanola county will

ammlsslon says they must R, JOHNSTON; and respectfully solicit the -nppart. o< th U opened ta all precinct 1 ta paid county" on Man.

el, I* there not enough voter.*of that dktriot.. day. April Sib 1908. for the punoae of ncteterin.CO .

|aper business to Jus.lfy Per Prosecuting Attoraey.I RILEY: GODWIN. ouallflad. doctor who. are not _........... and>' ;
r taking: a trip once a hereby announce Myself a candidate for the I per County Oommiseloeser. will ekes May .. 1....

ugh he be competed to of Prosecuting Attorney of the County Offlce hour from 1 V. .
R i and /'cough up"J office Hiving base solicited by my rlenda to became a.J mA Pin. 4atSu
jeans .
Court.f o.-oIa Cooaa" subject theaetloaeftbe
a candidate for County Commissioner from Dint '
? If not, let u* go to Perivse'ofCIt
i other more remunerFt. Demoeratk primary to be held ta May and. trlet Ho. S. and believing. that I am aualllled toW -- - .. y- '.,. -- ,- -.
Press. respectfully solicit this support of. tIM -of thf office. I have decided to ante the race and
[- Myers the Coonty. J.L MOON. I. WILL UN, ft:
would.solicit the.support ef the voter of my die J.I. .

Bale ti ct. O. W. BATTON.
I for Prosecuting Atteraey.
farming<< property I hereby announce Myself aa a .....alda.far the For C.sty CeatJII anlomar __ \ NO.'rARP.Ullt.I. ..., J""

Hammock Grave* offiee of ProaeratliMi Attorney for OeeeoU County At the solicitation many '''''''''. I hereby announce I STATE AT_ LAMOK. V

ed and In good or- ...bJect.the declaims of the Democratle voter my candidacy for County" Commlailoner Real Estate Agent.K18Si

ad farming: 1m- at the coming primary election ta this ..,0""" .: from District Ned! *: and collet the rapport of the

Ir., Drought: tf O. V. LRIBUS.d .. voter of that dbtriot. J. T. EAVES: :: MlotEE. FIX: >ltllA

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The 'V. I. S. and action, subjects 'for Improvement the same. All officers and candidates of the water to tbe tfcp of the rook..
which In tbe Soclel.,.'. judgment the seeking the votes of the people are Invited I am .a, laboring man and haul wood ....
The ladles of the V I, S. feel much city needs, We also hear that. the to be present and a chance will and If 'not elected ''I can haul on.
encouraged with the good work they Society endorses a. practical system be given them to be heard, upon' this Could say more, but ana a man of few .
have been able to perform, up to the of.water works and sewerage also most :Important question,, the fully words and full of trouble.
present date. any action the Council may take to solving/ of which.not only requires the

They are now full V organized; have enforce the law relative to the openIng assistance of the State but the nation. Don'tPositives
and mantainlng by 'rail roads We ask the of the State who ."'
gone on record as' a society, both be- up press negativesby -
fore the City Council and public. of all thoroughfar s owned by the have done so much lor good roads to observation can be helped of the by following
city and used by the ra II roads copy this call and assist In making the y
'N' U. Carson Pres Mrs.W. . the Old Testament ,
Mrs
; ..,.. the convention a. success? "don't. based ou .
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S. J. Carr Vice Pros; Mrs. Cia A. S. MANN .State Organizer !idea "Thou shall no "[ B
Johnson and Mrs. II. O. Stanford allniembea Good Roads COny entio o. J. W. WHITE, "Don't throw waste paper. on the I '
the V. I. ((3. be-
of appeared Secretary County Commissioners and streets. r-
fore the City Council on April 7th, The following resolutions, calling State Good Roads Association. "Don't put chalk narks on fencesor
"filed a declaration regarding their attention to the convention to be held buildings. 1
exlstance an a society and their Intentions la this city on April 10 and 17ih for Don't fall to repair or. renew. your
relating to sanitary arrange- the purpose of taking/ action toward Necessary Qualifications.The pavements.. ,
meets and to the beautifying of our securing good roads legislation, Don't forget/ to clean up your yards
city.. Mr. U. O. Hlan'ord acted In .a should receceive the attention of every State Democratic Campaign\ and gardens.
gentle manner at spokesman for the person in Florida! In favor of good Committee has laid down the followingas Doq't have circulars printed to be ?
ladies roads and! the'enactment ,of a State a guide to those who may vote In thrown around town and blown'
,The City Council has endorsed the law that will result in obtaining good the coming primary: "Those, and around the fctreets "
Socletj's movement for the central road In every county in Florida: only those persons shall be permitted Don't leave loose bricks In the sIde-
M become candidates before or to
Improvement of our city and have Whereas, At the last annual ,convention walks.
given the Society their assurance that of county commissioners and vote at or of participate In election the management held- Don't throw stores and. break peo-
primary
In future the city ordinances will be Good Roads Association of Florida any ple's windows.
carried out: to the letter", where In which was held in the city of Pun..- by the Democratic party m eli Florida! Don't expectorate on the si (if walk8.
who are white Democratic dors,
their Judgment said ordinances will cola on June 18 and 19. 1907 many who declare their adherence to the
prove a general benefit to the .com resolutions were U&lIIed"showlnll principles and organization of the As the time for the primary approaches
munity. The breaking by Individuals urgent need of legislation upon this Democratic party--National, State the cnniouUn liar w 111 begin ,
of any of the city's rules when broughtto most Important. subject, aqd) house and county. -who are bv laws of the to net busy dixxeininating the information .
the notice of the City Council bill No 610' \by the joint committees. State lawful electors of the district In ((1') that men who have '
either bv the V.I S. or by the city on public roads and highways, which which they offer to votewho have heretofore hot.n<* good reputations
marshal,1 will receive the strict attention provided for a' system of state roads paid their' poll tax legally due not !less are guilty of all the crimes In tho decnloiiie -
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of the Board, therefore Is It to connecting the county site of each and lire utterly unfit to bo
than days before suottprlnmry
the members of with the luipoitantf centers of ten ... oHtcet for which
be wondered at that county election Is held and Mho shall when trusted fill! the
- the V. I. S. feel encouraged.. Furthermore the State and outside world which challenged liy an elector pledge Inwrltlnll' they ask. jour support M h>. comes A
the powers which govern the roads woul- be under tbe control and oath before un in.pectorIhis to vou--and he doubtlon will-Investigate
in ereVts of tbe A. C. L. R. It in this built by t.he.al.e. with certain suggested honor upon to abide by and support the his story, and If you Und It
vicinity, have moved the oars occupied Improvements was unanimously result of such ,primary and vote for false brand him before thy public as
by the U. U. construction endorsed.It the. rnlnee thel'eof. "Ocala Banner. you would 1 the cold hloodt-d murderer.The .
a gang which formed a roosting place was the opinion of the convention n *s.unftln of( character !I.* not lent .
across street The rowdy that at an early date the dangerous than the midnight murdor- :
nocturnal sound slaminating from these nation. ) government would be In The Sonth Carolina Way. e'and equullr as de pliab1e.ECZEMA .

-cars was an unpleasant nightmareand duced to assist the State lu the con- llere's the way a South Carolina .
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,. 'Will be joyfully missed Still struction of such a system of mllltar man aunouncsshimself for office: "To -

further, the court house yard im and'pout roads as are provided for In the good |Itl'<,.pl.. of E Edgewood file Old Sorts Itofclsg' PU.., ',
been cleaned of debris, and the Iron the federal constitution and that our .. .
wind blowpth It ll uah, still no SUM DUsMta, 19:
fence around tbe yard straightened.We State at the earliest! possible day, man can- tell whence It Cornell .ir' ,
notice'the: truth of the old saw, should he prepared to receive such asdlKtance whither1 .,tleth. buI MIII not that ABSOLUTELY CURED.
vii The fproe of example Is stronger has been.. demand frequently kind of a eat. I ant a Un Tlllman SALVE
than Precept", In the act that householders made at their annual lOeetlnll"l as cat. mid If elected county COWII hllllou- HERMIT 1'
are beginning to take mote well as their oft repealed tlve er, P""I8e 10 reionn. bt- ulily. adorn SS AHO SO CENT A BOX.
Interest In their property, one followIng -* demand that the lease system be resurcitato rejuv nale and 11 habilitate : Sol4 by .n Dramrbt if Take sold .....u... :'
the example set by, the other In abolished and that, all Slate convicts Kdgewood county from the edge Family Randy rwu* .
tbe matter of cleaning up debris, shall be employed upon .. State: --1t.
.planting more shrubs, flowers sad system of roads d.OOUDt.y convicts --
giving their property a /gala look., and vagrants\ by the county commissioners

Do not be afraid to apply the whitewash uix>n the county roads.
friends; box up and ultimately The question of cLeap money by

destroy all soiled. .and waste puper. means otlong term bonds at. a low
etc. rate of Interest for the construction of

The'V.. I. S. 'have expressed the both country and Stale! highways has .r ,
always been favored by the asiocltatlon ,
wish that alt our merchants be' more '"
materialof 1 and to obtain It new laws:1171'are ,,:'
careful concerning packing/ .
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all kinds, that which cannot;:; be ,required; and. resolution, : | r4 t,
used should''he destroyed-.and;> the ,1 1 Whereas It was by' decided .:'"
,balance confined and not let It.'ta that an effort should DM made tj
blown by the wind' stout the backyards cull a convention of tbe county commissioners -
and streets. 'The following ordinances who so well know the 'de-
relative to.this subject the fects of our present road laws, and
V. I. S.. Intend to see Infnrced: City ol.her'workel'lI Iq the lite-rest of Improved .
ordinance VIII Section 70 and! 71. highway W prepare a suitable -
No person shall throw on any sti,eet or bill In lime to be ratified. by the
alley; or on his own lot or that of another people at the' next primary. general
any dooBylo/l' flesh vegetableor election. It was' field that the people
other offensive matter calculate') having suffered' so much through bad ,
to.'annoy the citizens or endanger roads were m..st competent to pass
their health, and any person violating] the law giving relief
this section shall upon conviction, be Therefore as Stale 1 organizer I ..g
fined not exceeding $50 or be imprison" have as directed by resolution continued '

ed !in ;the calabose not exceeding I the organization finding i I
thirty days: a hearty approval of the proposed II
Sec. '1. No person shall depositon "plan bur giving relief to I
any of the streets or sidewalks or all our people, u* evidenced by the
lots within the business portions of unanimous endorsement of the Jack-
the town or offices, shops or booths, souvtlle Hoard of Trade wild Its
any paper, hair, chips, bones, peelings nearly 60U business member lAud the.
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slops, straw, Irish, rubbish or Duvul Board of county couiisslon s,
wasting of any kind whatsoever, but who join In the evil. for convention
he Is hereby required to put any accumulations to meet In Jacksonville April" 16 and
as above specified In a 17, IU08. ..
box or suitable receptacle and place The board of trade not only joins
the same out at the edge of the side in cII.11I01l.hl.. oonveuiion, but tenders
1 walk. Id the street., in front of the the use of Its rooms, and bays secured ,
... premises occupied by him each nio<;n- a reduced rate over all transportation 4.
ing at 8 o'clock a. m. at which hour lines,, ol one and onethirdfare a .4 r
such accumulations shall be moved plus 25 cents, for the round trip.'

by seavangercarts, and any person, The county commissioners of each
'.... Violating the provisions of this section county are expected to attend in a
.. shall upon conviction be fined. body and the wide-awake citizens of I.I I.
not exceeding: 95 for each offense. our State should be with us In this I
The society pledges itself to forward ""',,k. I
aU rational improvements that may An Intereillng aud appropriate program I [ ---
be Inaugurated in our city, as they have demonstrated they. are in earnest by the bo :rd of trade uud N. B. BROW
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and as the list of membership uj)> to county commissioner
date Includes three-fourths of the This convention will be the most important -

heaviest taj payers In our city their. ever held in the interest of all l Who Has Announced His
.', actions and word of a surlty will bear our people. It. marks an importaut '
taught wehear that from time to Lime change in which the people will. pass '
the Society Intends to put before the. their own laws and vote fur Much I dacy for the U. S. Se
officers In hearty accord with
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China Closets. Dining I Saucers, Cake Plates Berry and Water. .J'.S. i f
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Carry a Full Carriages, "Rocking/ Horses, Drums, ..:.y . J'-' '
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{ GazetteTKLKPHONK Wade the$ Tuner. Orlando,. __. ,I' For. Bicycles,. Shaalbarger, Or Boy suits at. Cash, Ttore. rraternalOrgafazaUons;' ,- Notice

......... ," -.---- - ford Cut Co.price on woolen goods at Stan-j lando. 9.6t.,. Dwellings for rent apply 'to M.t I I .
r.Leo. Wolf Perhaps no -.agency outside the
went up to Jacksonville Tiller, ,
NO.11.. The Far Stocking.for children) and on business last night 4 Christian. church has ever done so We have sold the Klssimmee
ladles. at Stanford Co. "' Ingersoll Midget watches, .i.oo atKatz' much to uplift\ and sustain men as the Cl
8 or 6 doses of "606" will cure 'ajca.e ; Drug Co.'s business to A B. Jarrell
"666:111; .. fraternal societies, of which we see so
5 0 doses of
or
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAYBT eure any of.Chills and _
Fever Cold
or La.
much In this and W. W Jackson; You
case of Chills and Fever, Cold or La grippe. Notocv Public D.. N. Floyd -; country reachedluereateetheights will
perFormed has "
--" grippe.If I The fraternal society
the ceremony ''on Sunday Jn this country; please pay the account you are due
W.IB. HA..S.. you need anything: In WinterGoods Misses Evan and Myrtle McCal1later March 29th, which united In '
: and millions of men are adherents of us to them and"greatly
spent Sunday in Orlando visitor oblige.

you save from 25" to. 50) percent marriage. Miss Lizzie Simmons and .
the
: of
friends. one or more great organ.Izatlons
.. WEATHER REPORT\ Y. at Stanford Co. John Malone. The couple were' married which now bold their lodges We thank'you'for yOur' patronag -'(
OFFICIAL
.. .Mrsi J. L. Moon has returned froma at the home of.Mra. Llztie Bassat iA '
Just *
the during
*** tamiMratia ..foes II eDdl.. TliiirAMI .- received at Home store a visit to relatives andJacksonville. Peghorn. everywhere.The our ownership, and so-,
Mlcanopy
beautiful central idea in all of theseorganizations
assortment of extension
: great
I i 7. April NXTbmtar \ licit a continuance of for this
dlnlne-tables, in oak, both round and Ia'our, announcement column! Ibis Is Jove toward. one &n' cam
Rmln. square. Call and see them whether 'Sueslne silks",so extensively advertised week will be found the names of the other, love toward their, country and new firm.: E. L. LCSLIY. '
,; Mu. Mini faiL, you want ODe or not. In all the leading periodicals Following new candidates:,For Sheriff love to God.Charity 'M.: J..HICKS. "'
Miss Ethel daughter of Mr. and on sale at Kaus.. | C Uuckels; for Slate Senator B. Bea- is the chief virtue;
chains for Tax collector T. practiced aud millions of money are. .... '
Mr*. A. 8. Gilbert celebrated her ; Butler ,
.. All" The Village Association k
.,.., eleventh birthday on Wednesday by Improvement for county commissioner Riley Godwin raised. annually and spent for lobe We solicit
e. will a continuance of
.. IIIM. 7M 7I entertaining/ number of her little meet at the Inn next Tuesday ; for member of the School. Board, destitute. feeding the hungry, nursingthe your\ '
;' -.. ", ., . friends at. a birthday party. afternoon at 4 o'clock. E. L!:; Brown' --' sick, burying tbe dead, raising patronage to the KJ"immeeDru. "tt

.Ts.ay ., ''.'............ M Ml 1M 10.W S Our spring bookof samples fortens Quln Edmonson will call for yourlaundry. We are In receipt"of 'copy of the and educating the orphan. ,relievingand Co. and assure you that weSrill endeavor --
._, N 11II / Please have the change. forhim Quarterly publication 'of the Florida comforting the,' widow. Orphanages
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,4 j made, to measure garments. I.l'eplet.e Is on-delle.ofthe same tf,, Historical. Society which is publishedat hospitals and fraternal homes to supply ,oar wants In'our"Una
with all the new things, come dot the land as a, result of their
early and. /get a good selection: A beautiful assortment of the new Jacksonville. It Is a. splendid publication charities. ,at prices to ,suit you. The

ii Hit KATC'S. laces Filet' Cluny Valenciennes etc..at 'P..t."ente. devoted in to the Interesting.State's history.articleson Not one of the long llst. of fraternal. Best goods at the lowest price.'
k. K'ATZ'S.
I Spencer Titan and his sister, Miss The current numbers contain an excellent organizations but insists In a beliefIn consistent with dealing will
Emma( of Narcoossee.. went up to Mr. E. 0. 'Vans Agnew/ came down :arttcle on "The IndianMassacre a Supreme Being aa a prereOulslte square

1 + THE LOCAL ,. Orlando last. Saturday .to .visit, ,Mr, from Orlando and spent a. day or so in Gadsden County"from the able pen to membership. be our motto. We request the settlement '

ti rq.v' ' and, Mrs" E\_ L. 'Burnham. ":MissEmma Tinting his 'brother on the Island this, of our ))townsman. lieu. :A.;," L Not one but requires its membership of all pas 'due- accounts
il will spend several days In that week'r Woodward. to obey; the laws of morality; to be ,
V Vt ; loyal citizens of the country in, which before April 10th in
"Sy..uP order that
NMM'i city*, of White Pine and Tar is a 'D.' Rotundo, who.recently purcb..eed' they live, ..adtoao coDduct.tbemMl... we

Ester.t Road Supervisor Ceo. W.. Over- remedy that will positively oure two acres of land just north of the as to avoid censure and reproach: 'miy'' close up the old business bar ,l
Next Sunday week Is street Informs us that the work of coughs and cold. For sale' at Kls Midland R. B. near the swamp .has. All their great charities' are that date ',A.. B.JARIt't, : :

..,.( County Court wljl l convene next building a. road across Reed Creek simmee. Drug.Co. 61-tf. had his land broiren up and\ planted a Hoed without ostentation; the praa-1. "di- .. ;
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has so far progressed that it Is Send of it to He I .W.', JA6Ei0N
Monday. swamp your collars, cuffs and shirtsto portion cowpea. has also ceivers are not humiliating .4. t ;
Leave. packages for the White Star now possible for teams and wagons tocro. the White Star aundry. Quinn bad a well driven and bought a gas selves because they.'receive that which 'Proprietors.o.ROTtJNDC'' .

t Laundry with ,Quinn Edmonlson 47t ... Edmoodson will call for your pack. olene engine' and pump with which to la their Just due and the general .

t 0 or 0 doses of "660'" will cure any tattle Miss Thelma Dotson, who' sees Jf YOU will notify tiara. 47-tf Irrigate. Next., season he expects to mono is "from him who hath to bin .,

case of Chills and Fever, Cold::, or La- with her parent:'! Is occupying roomsat Mr. P. G. White. Is building a neat grow right now a crop that of'celery he will,make and we. svcoees.Mr. predict. who No bath fraternarorganltation need.. pretends '
grippe. Mrs. Russell s, gave a parjy to a fve-room cottage on his lot. next to the I
oli'and' number of her little friends on Tues- residence' of J. _2. Hobereon 'In the \ C. C. E,ers, manager of theLawyers to'take the place of the church bus
Quinn Edmondson will ge da afternoon in honor of without exception: they attempt to. an
fter eighth O'Neal a Orborn. addition. Mortgage and Trust Co.. of
your p..ck..afor'-the. White Star birthday \. Brooklyn N. Y. arrived last Friday educate their members,. that the step I
Laundry. .'. :, 'j 47tfjaMr. In FOR SALE.-t, have for sale fix good to Join Mr. Evers, who has been from the lodge to the'church Is not a I
Wanted.-\good hustler every 1Io..e5. which must JM disposed of, difficult one, but one most natural and
spending several weeks here with her
,- W. R. Speer 'the Orlando town sell filters
to .
our perfect water and will go at a sacrifice..J.. most to.be epectecl.-Mlaml'Reco.-d.
brothers, the Messrs. Vans .
'lDu'r8er'fmaD( was in town ,the. early I retailing from 1.SO to S8.00. 100 percent . W MILLER. only Agnew.Mr. ..
Evers had time for a short --
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part oMbe week.For profit to agents, excluilve terri
tor, .Seneca. Filter Co., Seneca,' Mo. 'Mr.'aad Mrs. Frank. Learning1, who visit, and expects to. return' home ac '1-4 of Peuad a Weekat
Sale.l -Marine gasoline engine March 20tb J mo.'' have. ,been occupying room. at. Mr. H. companied Mrs. Even tomorrow. Fancy and Family' Oro
Wail
.3 to 31 h. p. Good condition. C. Stanford for the past four months, They are. highly pleased with their least, I 14 what a young baby -oughtto ,
sell at a bargain....L. ,E. BARBKAU.: I At the Methodist. church next Sunday left Wednesday for their home atCape. outing. and will come again. /gain In weight. Does yours? If ceries.. .J't
FOR S.U.E-A good milk cow "'night the Pastor )W". A. L; May N.' J. .r not there's something/ wrong with It. I- !7.w. 7.
/ young
,fresh with first calf. .. Woodward"' will preach upon a subjectof Mr.: 'Hubert Dandy of digestion. Give It McOee's Baby .. .. '
Savannah
D. P. Oim.A\v., lI'8oeral.lntereet. alike to church who badt>een transacting business In Resolutions. on Death'ei fl,; Senator Elixir. and it ''''will begin gaining. at ..... ,
members, and Don-profe8'0r. The once. Cures stomach and. bowel j
(The registration books are. now openat'Supervi.or Dublin! Is cordially Invited to attend.. Tampa this topped week over here'on his return Bryan.Whereas .troubles, aids digestion, stops fretful-?' Fresh FruiU.: "r ut 'and '
and visited
the familyof
J. A. Lancaster's store. .
Excellent music fulness good for teething babies.
as welt, as In all the county precinct. hi. uncle!: Mr. J.:; A. Bandy.; The ,late United States Price 25o J and 60c.8od) by Roberson'aPharmacy. Confectioneries,. to
We the,celebrated. Brenlln Senator W. J. Bryan was raised at '
handle The members of the V. I. 8. are. requested ..
Try Klssimmee Drug Co'.: Little window: .....de... fitted with genuine to meet at the Inn next. Tues the family borne in.this county;' and t H
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h Cathario Granules for Constipation HartslH: rollers, and will sell for day afternoon at 4 o'clock. All the received his primary education. the - - --.- . ..- .
Toroid Liver and Billiousnets, 61-tf reasonable prices, and put them up ladles who are not members are Invited Oaceola. High School: and ...'" -,
a Florshelm's $5 Patent,Oxfords are free of charge/ anywhere within the to attend the meeting and. Whereas, Osceola. county has Always CITYBARTER Full tine'Canne4 Qoods;" ,
city limit Call at the Home Store been considered his "Home" ,
the correct thing as, to style, comfort, '
Cigars
and Tobacco.
etc. Found at. H. C. Stanford Co... and see them. Join.Aby county: '
matting purchased 'from us, Resolved, That 'a' 'page/ of the -
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Oll Mr. F. P. DeLaney, of Glouster" ; for cash, and retailing'" 28 cents minutes. of this Board be dedicated to ,%%% I' 7.
Mr.-and Mrs. J. M. Dickinson and Ohio arrived last week to return per yard or more, will be laid free his memory Jn token of the deep re- ,SHOP
Mr.-N. D. Tindall .were vromlnen ,home with his family, who have been of charge, In any house within the regret universally felt by the peopleof I '
.suitors In town from Narcooisee on pending the winter here. They left city,limits., This Is guaranteed by Osceola county at his untimely and. ,,Goods are All, -Fresh, and fA
Saturday yesterday for the return trip, and the Home, Store.F. lamented death which occurred in WOLF A' rsATTIM., Ptesrleters.EVERYHING Prices '

.'.r or hrst-eisss work patronize the< may locate pemanentlv decide. to T-eturn later. and M. Oliver Esq., of Savannah, Washington at. the early age of 32 \. Low
few here hi. years, on the 22nd day of March }1908 and
White Star Laundry. Qulnb Edmond spent a days visiting CLEAN
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son will call and deliver your Agents W&nted-16s20; crayon portraits mother an* otherrelatives.. Mr after lingering Illness:
packages. fop 47-tf 40 cent, frames 10 cents and up, Oliver Is another Klssimmee boy who Resolved Further that the life ,
sheet pictures one cent each. You Is making his mark In world. He character, and career. of "twillBryan" ), 'civI.
10' the Two e Tonsorial Artists l "
"cJor Sale.-Rowboat, good condlnon can make 400 per cent. profit or (30 Is now one of the leading lawyers of as. he was affectionately. Up-to"'qa .vu.a. :.rkalt ifiuAula;
wIth CIa.... Price $800." See per week. Catalogue and samples the Savannah bar. termed. by his Osceola friends, Is to Serve 'You. r
,{ Conrad Bryan at Waters' A Carton. .' free. Frank W. Williams Company. worthy of the close study and earnest TILLER
Grpcery Co. 1208 W..Taylor 8t Chicago III. FOR SALB-Several thoroughbred emulation of the young men of ;

Mr; J. A. Cranford, of Jackkonvllle. Mr. Carl E. Ennls, who was recently bulls registered.are from young the! Jersey famous bulls.Miller These,dcSlbley 'America death at. ;the tbat threshold,his! sudden of his and term. sad in HOT AND COLD BATHS.. Real Estate! Aie cy.'.'i.

vice president of the KisalmmeeLqrnb.a tarried. In Chicago, returned last Jersey stock. Price very low the United. States Senate has cut shorta
,Company has .been spending week with bid bride and spout a few FINE HAVANA CIGARS;
account surplus of bulls. Address career which promised to. make him I iRealty
Bfew ,
days In. town. days with his parents. Dr. and Mrs.Jno. .
UNITED LAND Co.. one of the leaders of the Nation ,as bought and
Mr. F. W, Hill returned to 'thehospital E. ED nil, at Narooos. Mr.and Klssimmee Fla. he already was One'of the trusted I sold'tJ .

ID Orlando. Saturday.. Hiscondition Mrs. Ennls left Tuesday for St. Sheriff C. F. Prevail brought back statesmen 'of Florida and the acknowledged ,DR. B. F. AKEIS, i Houses rented. '
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had changed somewhat fort Petersburg where, they will' spend the from Jacksonville on..Tuesday. Annie idol of the :young Democracy Taxes paid and Titles verified

) e worse and he was feeling very\ summer v Lester who Is wanted here by the i of this Slate. that his unprecedented DENTIST 1\\ i for non-residents. 'i'I

badly. It is an admitted fact by all who County court on a charge of petty rapid 'rise to', the highest Orlando ,Fire Life and Accident: :'
Office Bank _
The Rev. David D. Kldd will hold have seen them that our lands are farsuperior larceny. She was under bond for appearance political honors has reflected honor over and' .Twit. surance. ,
Co. Phone ?S.
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for the last Osceola. county, and this Board 'J
growing vegetables and at term but failedto upon
services In Church
Sunday next.the Episcopal Holy Communion ,on at celery to. those of Sanford. All: we appear. and her bond was. .ordered takes pleasure In recording upon this Crown, ,. Bridge and.Poroel.Li !cork! :a .i<< Indemnity Bonds.ROGERS' . Y+ '

1030.: Evening prayer and sermon at. need Is irrigation similar' to theirs, estreated.Pictures.. page for the. 'enlightenment of posterity Specialty ,,U'eP-VC1Yr'P --.r.. ...... ,
4 o'clock.Mr. and this can be had at practically .-As never before seen In Its appreciation of tbs admirable NOTE. -Those desiring my ,services ," -

the same. Initial cost for installation the .city. Genuine water-colora, pat. life, character and career of should, make' arrangments In. ..d. _, ,- ,
J. B. Hale and "family, after with prices of land lnfinatelyvcheaper. tels, and artist signed Senator Bryan-Osceola cowboy: "-
spending season here pleasantlyin etchings farmer and school boy; Florida lawyer vance.ORLANDO. LIVERWORT
mounted in the and{ 'F.
neatest styles ?
their oozy winter borne, left Mon. Mr. A. C. Wright, chief of ,the goyermene orator and statesman; United .A. TAR AND OANOHALAttUA
framed
with strictly : first-class
-5> bureau of reclamation and material States., Senator bis 'For tk. ....'ones'. ,
I-, as v night to return to- their-home and. ,workmanship.These high manlinessand o Coo*** OoU%
; drainage at Washington was here this arenot. I AMhrn and __bill.and all Le.aomplatat.
fearlessness '
Omaha, III.Messrs. the strength_.andpurity Predd.rt'Rooawett'
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cheap stuff. For I May
trashy sale at eendlat
week and visited 8t, Cloud and South w 4
Borne 8a.or.Th. ... ; of bis character,'" bis lofty that outdoor exercise Is needed by lobe Wild b'rr&J ,,
J. T. and J. L.. Reaves looking over the Dlsitoa drainage the ,. aaaubltatxd
Ideals his . ,
extraordinary ability and reputation w uxUM
pent Sunday and Monday with relatives r.ort. .. Mr Wright has trfenda'of; American people.' That's all very e uh;
recently mad Dr.-. Breaker: here i the Brilliant. achievements of his brief well; but how remedy ont.to..o..atom.or ,., ,- _
,can with
In Sanford. Oo Monday. they the people rheumatism drug,oaab. firm' With *n
through
a trip everglades, 'will be learn
survey pleased to that he but Inspiring life. O.e..ls .
follow ,, !
PriM II
tharadvioeP Toe us JftW only by .-
vtilted the celery farms around that leg and his Is answer : 1'barra.y., 5(2( ;
Okeechobee corps reached hi. old home safely and was Resolved Further that a 'copy' of Is simple':- use Uallard's Snow
city: and found the crop. In a most now at Lake investigatingthe warmly welcomed back by hie numerous 'these Resolutions be forwarded to the Liniment and the rheumatism will .
Sale--Fourteelljri'esLy'
flourishingcondition.! Tbet system of shores of that large body of water, friends there. A' large/ and ap- late Senator's wife and parents la leaving you as spry as. a'colt. Gives go; For ,
Irrigation and drainage employed by and wilt I..terD..k.. a systematic sounding -. preclatlve audience listened with fixed token,of the sincere sympathy of this quick and rtliel Jersey Address rj,
permanent from
the growers there I. 'and' of the entire lake. Mr .I rheumatism cows. Hotel -
perfect Wright attention to ins sermon and ''publicly Board, of which the Hon.J.M. Dry an. neuralgia I l.m..back'.od all
neither drought nor flood ,has any left for Fort Myers yesterday accompanied I espre.eedhell' oplolon'thatr It was avery father of tbe deceased Senator Florence Villa Flop '

.effect, On the prop_ S I by CapU Clay! Johnson.; : ,.I able. discourse. . ', formerly an, .honored: member. ,. was, pains"" ,.|Sold' ,,".by, Robersoo's". -Pharmacy . eRe Villa, ,FJa. '

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Syrup tffi sixrtgenril No new method ha.* ..'yet been de- ;.,

need to accumulate wealth; Few, .f;,

men tet rich by ohanca. Those 'who

do Invariably aa quickly lose Hi Every. ..j

O \ man floda sooner or, dater that ,,wealth'' ..

( has its price not only 'In the getting t

but In the retaining. A young maD
Cleanses iKo System ect- of ,.alk.,... '. ,
.. If who says to bJmsolf, "I will be rich" Ancient Custom. Bewails Scarcity

.. uay.DaspclsJSQ\! \ aJ tnuvt start out to spend) less than be ot'the ladles to propose "Good talkers are scarce these days* '',V

recelre every day In the year. .ale} The right a matron In as .address
husband said recently
\has duo
Constipation claim '
cc to ; luring leap year and to a. boldlnh ." '.
account of his "I'm not ,
mutt keep an money woman's club.

,, I 'Act naturally, acts Truly os Summer and Winter, day! and. eilg-h/t/ Value of Clover.Both 'the'bayIU1d In dairying,developing In keeping young pregnant stock &Dlm..1 or ascribed a silk gown to St.forfeit BridgetArgonant is traditionally to forth a, for tbe dame of Colonial 'times;> '; :-

An with the keenness of a l ucb. Keep sowing clover. whole day IA'ebltclaatJ' ,.
Laxative. eye could pans '
\ _. and the 1 well .
have paid
light must be trained -to look out t lor seed crops make herself or anybody 'J".
never
jQe&t fprMcnAwmqn Cnilaybungand seed has not slack they are not feeding enough of proleln.nltrogenous' and ....".. ..
( : Investments that shall be both safe demand for' good flesh form else the wiser But I do draw a cotntarlson -
foods or '
Gr Quesna.'Nearly ,
clean TheHeight u
ened. Be careful to get a good of today
Uld and profitable. Step by step wealth the matron
,. The have these : between
ers. dairy cow must
sovereigns of Europe .
cont ., It require more effort more quality. A.whole lot of mischief maybe all the sensible woman, of a generation
the
and
ot itsTjeneficialEjjects f 'watchfulness' and. Belt-denial than mixed up In a bushel ,of dirty clov- or she unprofitable.( Pregbant animals are shorter than their consort Our who could interest almost
not, or two ago
have will
must them they
or
!' the Genuine! vvnicn' most..men are willing to give.UrILBOY'S } er seed. produce vigorous young. Growing animals own king, 'for example, is not quite so Is anyone' without becoming slangy"
the kaiser '"
1hCJULI of the Com-" tall as Queen Alexandra, .hand or pedantic on the other. .
will
one ,
on .
name << ,Paralysis of.the Hind Part,, must .have.ahem or they decidedly shorter than the German .of the sixties and '
IDISA OF'BA.BY. ,'' not make .umclent growth ,nor have,, Portugalwas Wiielhor the woman
a' t"* This I I. .disease,. which conies on health:' Work horses'mustbave empress, Queen 'Amelia of seventies had more or leas to think .
"Popl"! due' ecU, condition vigorous little taller than the late Don
suddenly and Is to an a' her' daughter of this ace)
CALrFORNIA13c'SYRUP "Yee, my BOB." them because there I* a waste of Is quite half about than '
of ihe'blood.'' It' sometime af Carlos the King of Spain undertake, say Certainly; j f
cannot
any won't
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muscle tbat be restored by
"Did tbo stork'.brlng that w.babr Victoria
feet* the 'front parts as well as the' ; a: bead shorter than. Queen talked better. True, shedidn't L'IQ
of weak. she
Co. of ourst""Tei. form fat forming food. The email
hind parts; and the animals'come'outof Eugenie tbe czar appear quite speeches. Victoria

by 4 .J\ufactu..dtint and
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fleshformers. Ot food Woodhull .
cheap fattening
"Ourss be was mighty glad to get than who scarcely reaches to ,
willing to go and often go faster King of Italy, when they began addressing '
SOLD BT ALL LEADING DRUGGISTS, rid of It, It crisis 110 'much!"-Voikers'Stateiman. usual but before It has gone very there seems' to be an abundance anda tbe shoulder of his. beautiful queen, a* freaks such daring

one sice only! regular price :\\Ot r"-, belt,'.. .- substitution of fattening food forfleshformers and the Prince of crowds .and
far It begins to lose spirit, hang violation of natural The King of Norway thinkers a* Susan B. Anthony and
a
rul'erewho
back sweat profusely breathe' hard Montenegro are the only two received
A TRAGEDY IN SIX ACT3. law, Is one cause of enfeebled vital Elizabeth Cady Stanton often
RAISED FROM A SICK DED and begin to knuckle over", behind,\get are very much taller than their at the hand 'of the
Act 1-The Missionary. ity and Insufficient development as !scant courtesy
lame In one or'both hind limbs, and wive.->Jx>ndon; Women. who went mile to listen .
Act Whiskey and Pale Ala well\ as serious disappointment In tbe very men
Alter Bring an Invalid With,Kidney In .a short time la 'unable to go any : But of good talker In the V .' ,,
Oun. thing to them
Act 3-The Maxloj number and vigor of the young
Disorders For Many Years), farther and often fall helpless on the '' Eat Plenty. and the sewing society
circle'
ActA' Newspaper.Act .'- that come on the' farm.: home
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B Cricket and Football John ArmstrongCloverporU' Ky., road.-1)y Dr. David Roberts Wisconsin Farmers who have their eyes open II Women seen to be eating less and there wa.'an' abundance. ,1 dare say

Act 6 Death Of the.Last Aborigine.. says: "J was an Invalid with, kidney State Veterinarian and know the value of fleshformersare less, says a London physician, and this It must have, been because: they bent '

,; Finis-Band plays "Rule. Brllan.ela. ; 4 complaints for many '"- often paying large amounts ot applies |hot only to working' girls but I. their mind on more serious subject

,"4-The Egyptian Standard. I years and cannot) tellt Repair the Grindstone, money for this class of food .which to women of IIOClet). lie bemoans the than does the average woman of today.

--.-----.- what agony I en- If your grindstone is worn concave can'u.uall be produced on the farmas milk and bun habit as. being one of For thought, you know may be regarded

...OTE. 0081(' WITHOUT PAIW. dured from backache on tbe rim Instead of flat> from -Im' well not. )The main flesh-torm the worst evils in London and .t.the 'as an essential of good talking, and (j
a
*,
'ABBOTT'S SAST J setae oo.. fiint remove ) My limbs were swollen proper usage get an old spade or two ing food are the clovers, alfalfa, cow risk of shocking the highly proper teetotaler the blind devotion to fad. characteristic :1/

eons, root and all, without ontUnc or burn- twice) natural : -epades are usually dull-and hold Oats suggests that a kind of "can!. of thh twelfth century cannot take ." \\4
sad leaves .. It euro soft peas soy beans and Canada peas. :
no IOrea&
lag site and my sight them on the stone until It la sharp a dy drink." which appeals to women the place of good hard thinking.- 10;
orn* between tbe toar bunions or sore, AS a single food approaches nearer
r was weakening. The when the Irregularities In the surface ; with a sweet tooth Is about the worst New York .;' '
all and stock than
1I01l1Ipoti.. It.cure* qulok pernaaent balanced ration for young Pre8.-:
kidney secretions of stone will have disappeared. A : that one can swallow for It ..
send thing any
Oat It at your druggists or any other single feed with barley a 0'J'1
..file. to TBB Assort Co.. Savaanab a.'I .. were discolored and grindstone by the -way should never Close second. What the farmers need troubles the digestive organ, thoughIt Pathetic Old Age. ,

bad a sediment be left exposed loathe sun The Is some of the flesh-formers steals no wits away. He' also makes The death of Mr* LetllU Tyler'
to .
.NO HUMOR IN HIM. When I wished to eat my wife bad to weight of the handle will always cause above grow mentioned with which to bal the statement' that it Is better to'over Semple ought to be a reminder of, a "+

"'"He' all broken.out," .alai the lick raise me up In bej. Physician were one portion of the stone to remain his corn.and not have to buy eat than undereat.. Evidently'the' doc condition that may.one day become ,

tnaa'a friend. "Do you think It's anything unable to -help me'and I was going uppermost, and from this exposure ance bran up shorts, oil meal or cottonseed tor Baa no regard for waist lines and the cause of national disci! llt and "

serious down fast when I began using Doan' will reach a different degree of hard the edicts cf fashion which, .demand perhaps Is one' already Mr. Sample
the of Alt cheap I
meal to get full value :
: "Oh. no," replied the doctor. Its Kidney Pills. After a short time I ness from the under .side so that after fat-formers. that women keep thin flgtl
Just a hereditary humor that-" felt a great Improvemnnt and am now a while tbe stone will be groundout .. She was mistress of the White House

"Oh. that e.n'tbe.! He'i an Ensaishman. as strong and healthy as a man could of a circle. If the stone has to The particular variety of the above Honeymoon In Arabia. when she was twenty- ne years of ace.

."Philadelphia) Press. be. I give Doan's KIdney. Fills' all stand In .the open, a flat box can'ens- tbat the farmer should grow will depend the wedding She died at the age of eighty-six. She

the credit for It." ily be obtained to serve aa a cover. of course on his location. Where For seven days after was totally blind very .Iont'ly. and '..

Sold by all dealers. 60 cents a box. Indiana Farmer. the clovers can be grown successfullythey the Arab bride and bridegroom areBu in Institution
r ; ANTIDOTM FOB SKIN UISKASKS not to leave their room. The itlfully poor. She was an
Foster-Mllburn Co., buffalo N. Y. should be a staple crop on every posed
: That' what remain Is; and It I.more. of lier own family that was not exactly a chiflty air
1 absolute ours lor ecscma, Letter Raising. farm where any young stock Is grown. bride may see none endowment
It Is aa Squab her busband's though It Is maintained by an
and all other llobl.. Many farmers do not really know the and only the women folk of
}1.gworm.ryeip.lu
.., THOSE WHO SPEAK LOUDLY.Foreigners A man who ha made a success or fund. The Louise Home where
",...eou.uIa agrravirteA aa value of clover when It Is 'cut and who wait on her. -
,jet these affliction U. cures ntve been phe- raising squabs for market says that She remain In all her wedding finery Mrs. Semple. died. Is for Noulheraawomen '
SMmenaU It gives Instant relief and .11'801. Here Da It. and 80 D. W. the business ,will pay any one who la properly) cured, they would learn a and doe absolutely of good birth and family who can

I. qMnaanent enree. Wo. at druggists or by When We're Abroad. willing to give It careful attention. surprising lesson If they would this and paint, pay a modest price for the shelter afforded .
1 laallfrom J. T. BicrraiiiB, Cap, A, 8a- time their lives nothing. The bridegioorn generally
: for the first In
} Yannah, Qa. . "Did you ever .oUce." be asked, HU!: own stock consisted of 425 pairs year perhaps, cut and clover hay at Blips out at night after three days and them, and Mrs. Semple live
"how always speak very of These produced In one cure few having -'
foreigner pigeons. Its"value few friends privately, but he prslstently there for some year., prevlously
a '
and sees
the time then
6 f- VIEW. loudly when talking with other persons year 4,400 squabs for market Squabs proper compare his wife's family conducted a school for young
THB POINT OF hides from
lot the clover '
In the food with ; '
,
'' of their own country bring the breeder from U.to $< a dov hit girls at Baltimore.
her Dntkhootlag be accident meet
should by
Tttexcoante aa'gone on and
hay they' have been cutting for years 'l
'I mean that foreigners traveling en. but the. net profit Is calculated by day Mrs. Semple was a' gracious and ;
and stops st.the gamekeeper's father-in-law before the seven r'
trip, after "the time and curedIn
their this to about $1.60 a I past proper the White'' House..
about In this country .conduct man average year back and draws lovely mistress of
house for the night he turns his
over
such 'a to lose one-half or more are
r+ "I liar never beard the nlghtln- conversations at .the top of their from each' original pair of birds.. way his burnous, or balk,'over his face She was married at nineteen when Mr, v

voices. The same m la Squabs' twelve hour old are, called of Us value. Semple was. *In the United States navy. ,-
remarked. their vle/w'of honeymoon
a
tales sing !i so.louiWshe This Is '
: i theyidlscu.s the When they are two day old Where clover can not be grownsomething' he
,' restaurant*, where, peepers of It as any Upon the outbreak of the war, resigned -
a "Ton easily .qul.th.m.. ray and they grow as weary
can and loud they are squeakers., and. wbf > ;they else must be substituted. and Con-
& bootjack 01' twoS mOlt private. matters openly couple do of theIr enforced at once entered( the ,
I have put
lady European
; ly. They han abundant confidence are four week old they are squealersand Where alfalfa can bo grown,. It In tbe' Wade federate navy.Vhen the war was
bedslde"-Jugend' UJur.-From
t / >>y yonr'ladyship's' : . ,that no -one else will know what they are ready for market Tbe'standard Just a* good; In fact a* food alone It continental over he found his health broke". ',hll

Mulch), are aaylng. size for them at this time 1* eight I* better than clover. Where neither World Magazine.- 'money and property'gone, and nothing ygr:

pound to the dozen. clover nor'' alfalfa can be grownand ->
"I remember on one occasion beingon Art. but trouble and distress ahead; for -

% Free. ,Our for;,RheuII tbe street with a,'young woman The best breed are said to be Horn soy beans can. this 1* the crop to Women In Magazine Dlmself and his wife. Fortunately 'if

,
II matlsm, Bone Pain who knew Italian much more thanI ers and DVagoons.. but even with them'success I'row'' eltber- u a grain or'' forage ana After many: year of public patience they had.no children BO Mrs. Semple k ,
cannot be had with poorly elecfed -' balance for the cheap carbohydrates. magazine Illustrator a* a class tacitly r
andfofontaKm did. We passed several Italians'Who went to Baltimore leaving) herhus -

-" title.Blood Bili.<..8 B.)earn lh.worn were walking along and one of birds.-New.. York'Bun. South of the clover belt oowpeas will have acknowledged the necessity of band In Virgin I..- He died some years '113.-
.. ......... *' the welt 'or .even reading a story,to draw good picturesfor
c. ol Kh u ban p lni a"ollt" them turning to a companion made'a .- answer purpose as later and his wife continued with her ;
...eln and br purifying lh. blood. Time'was -when the ayerage"artist"
bent It.
( '
northof '
", ..........of r..M "...... br 8. B. B. .rot. remark about the young woman's Rye as a Green. Crop better A than the soybeans, and school In Baltimore until she was no t
.II .....r .r..tn.ni< ,..1.4. Price Si-oo ..r personal appearance that wasn't ex: While nltt ogen'la the fertilizing element !the clover belt'' a' mixture: of oats contented himself with' a longer able to attend to it Then she s
.. .. linesextracted
tarn .. M d.1 MMWilfc- C4M UMtflreaiioMt the glance at a few from '
for bom.ir.nMniLrt. ...pl.! actly nattering. ': most easily .lost from manures, and Canada pea will answer same came to Washington and entered the

r ITM by sore... Blood. Ball' C.., AluitU. G*. "From her face' ,1 knew, tbat she and soils It I II the most expensive, ,purpose.-R.;; B..'Rushing' 'Ain,"the. '''Ind the story which he wo expected to express Louise Home where she died. ..,,
**' ' In flustratlon.- illustrated
understood. I turned about angrily, costing almost three times aa much lance Farmer., -. .... *:" t aa of the Mrs. Semple! was the only .remaining;
thought
without
that a
j' but she put her hand on my ana and per. pound as potash and paosperlc passage member of her Immediate family, al"a" ,
much
context and with none too re-
: asked me not .to do anything. So acid. The Teadines with which nitrates About the Farm. Itself. As a result though she has many niece and geyL-1'' t..:...
< ;,, we let It goat that. are washed out of the soil dur-. oats gardforthe passage ews living' In the south and !&.'California -
Grow corn and In abundance 'would read, "She crowed the
nd Ing heavy rain when the la' one last visit she made to the
ground The
,"Yes. said the other man, "> .
but'do not overlook the lowly peanut.It majestically and stood looking
Coffer s.1. Ifyou ever'' hire been abroad you thawed. suggest that during the 'per- will fill the pork barrel elfeaply. room down at him," ,and 'In the picture White House was'during the adjnlnla-" k
: will remember that Americana and lod of such rains', It should be covered tratlon of President Pierce with
Waste reed It to would the heroine placidly regarding
Do not by giving see
,
harbbleftflbQU English there' ere quite aa free In with some such catch crop, which whom she was on terms of Intimate

: : their' way of, expressing loudly all will feed upon the nitrates formed and stock: that have uncomfortable the .hero from the recesses of an friendship She has been Invited to .', i'
.ataartoble fer ibFuttfuwoi and chair. As for being blondein'
sleeping Less feed more women
aorta of opinions. It k*>k. like a store nitrogen In its tissues For this!! quarters. easy the White House many time since, but

r' Remarkable for:its.Y \ standoff to me."-New York Sun purpose rye is an excellent crop and comfort would be better.,, the story and brunnette rule In the rather Illustration she has put the Invitations all asld rMemories ".
the
that
1 1* much used In many'sections. While Without good seed there cannot be was were too bitter for that w

14 :DOUBLE STRENGTH It add no nitrogen to the soil, which a good stand of corn, and no one can than the exception. The> advent of That a lady who was once mistress of

TOBY GROW 1* not already fojund' therein teN whether he has good seed If he women Into the world of magazine 'to'' '
and MOST Remarkable 't & << a* crlm> the White House should be allowed

Good Humor and Cheerfulness) front son clover does It I t. a-much surer does not test It before It Is planted.In llnstratlon foetdbly has had something die In poverty and In neglect .seelns' '
fcrib MODERATE PRICE to do with the reform. 'No woman artist -
Right Food. catch than the former and la thoroughly setting our-..fruit or shade trees, hardly consonant with the eternal ..

: hardy. It form quite a root system do not treat 'them as If they wereweeds. would, draw a heroine with her fitness of thing, ami hardly In keep7

-. WZlANiE;' 1'' qheerfnlneea .la like sunlight.' Itdispels during tbe fall starts .off early Prepare the land for them a* hat. on when the text called for an op Ing with the national dignity.-A r go-' ., .
rJJi11iA1j ....'IICBrf. She would not have a
f'f.' ) the cloud from the mind as In the spring and by ordinary planting thoroughly as. for'any valuable crop. cant y

sunlight chases'a .the shadow.of time forms a heavy coat of manure to swallows of the character sitting when he or she should -;*.
The bank are one *
V S' .stand. Nor would she make the.he1'o' .
night be e
WHEN YOU KNOW so plowed under. One office wblcbrye best kinds (Jf birds that exist, from thefarmer's Ine look 35 old In Chapter 1'a'fM' Fashion Notts.
The good humored 'man can pick years
MUCH COODNtSSCAN M ; performs la to absorb great quantities viewpoint Thoughtless boy Pockets appear in the newest knitted
up and carry off a load that tlh man of moisture In the early spring: 18 In chapter II. Anyway whether
50 LASILYHAaWHYwiUYDUBtwiraourn, should not be allowed to molest them. silk underwear.
due to womankind
credit be
with a grouch: wouldn't attempt 'tolift. the or
so that when it 1* 'turned' down In the
: I. furrow it carries with it tons-ot water Scrum horses or, scrub mules cannot merely'to progress In the general con- Plenty of black silk jacket, trimmedwith 's.

1, AUGOOOCROORSi Anything that Interferes with good per'acre and holds It In such shape do good breaking unless a good sclentlousnss. of, Illustrators the result braid ornament and braid embroideries

t utt hIYIArfMRC 5W. health 1* apt to keep cheerfulness and that it will not be readily evaporated. number of them are to pull Qne plow. la I'ratlfylnc.-Nnr York Press.Ethef will be seen

: IUzIMjNtw1Lfg good humor In the 'background. A -Indiana, Farmer, Good work stock well fed go far toward The embroidered vest and.lace jabotare '
:
: Washington.'lady found that letting making, a good harvest la a "Horsey- Woman. a costly feature of the .coat."wblch

E .'alone' made bright for form of the Louis costumes aV:
coffee thine : Are you making friends with the apart ;
The debutante or the White
; 2.S CTS- JLB: CAN Sheep on Hill Land. coming ,
; Shewrlte.-
her In Paris.Solid .
L' : birds and getting them, to 'help you House is In every sense a true daughter worn

THERULY TAYLOR COMPANY. "Four years ago I was practically Mr. Ward In a letter .to the Trib keep dbwn Insect pests, or are you of her father says the' Delineator. color, changeable stripes I c
'
MEW ORLEANS,USA. given up by my doctor and was not une .Farmer says that sheep do finelyon fighting them'away They .will be It Is not often that the. White House plaids and checks are all In favor,-with'

MOTER"ORAY'S.SWEET. expected to Jive) Jong. ,My. nervous rough bill land, where little but your friends It you let them. has the good fortune to harbor two the plaids slightly In the lead because-
can be
system was In a bad condition. grass grown and. that there Is "
for Improving the soil charming debutante. of a single presi of their novelty. ," a
Lay plans
POWDERS, "But I was young and did not wantto no kind of live stock that mar be pur-
: chased'at' small this year by growing cowpea toe dency. Alice.Roosevelt Is "wooed and Scarf of tulle or chiffon edged with r
for eo an
about orlglna-1
die, so I.began to look, outlayas
fi FOR. CHILDREN. .forehanded save money bypurchasing married and a. but here her tasels
I sheep and that nan will / comes heavy fringe or beading whoseweights
i' ... the cause of my chronic trouble. none will Increase
a OirtvmOii*tae, FfTrrltkBe: seed at the first opportunity later Ethel to make her first formal keeps them''In very'
'.ea 'I... s .,, a. e used to have. nervous spells which so rapidly In numbers and value. pea place are
..... Tre..,... ..,,, he !find of doing so at a low bow next Ethel Roosevelt 1 for ball frocks. .
.1" "; would exhaust me and after each spellIt Neither 1* there any that may be housed year. ex- smart or dlnnr ..\ ..... c

:::,rt. ..rit Jt:. would take me days before I could satisfactorily at so email an 'out- price. tremely-popular with her friends of Tbe gored skirt Is certainly going xis

,-=1.1&0-.or.= '. oU\IT.D.a. _1t-tn a.ld.La:Ms_. ".y. lit up In a cbalr. lay for' buildings' and' none' that will The man who Imagines that'' fertilizer her OWD'''age as well as with ojder' j>eoPi be the favorite, but It will be arranged

.became:; convinced my troublewas so surely and quickly subdue rough I.1 fertilizer and that 1 Is all there I* *: In so many 'different way that on.'"(

aria caused by coffee., I decided to. land by browsing bushes sprout or to it,-,is gradually growing poorer. He, l The former like her for hergood : gowns will have no suggestion of sameness.

top It and bought some Postum.. weed growth. The old and often acts as simple as a man who would temper' and nigh spirit the latter ;

'' e ."The first cup, whichI: made according ,.quoted', saying, "The sheep hath a suppose that', all kinds of" ntooyard. for her womanly ways and her ex Oriental'.silks, or at leaat silks .with .,;.' w

to direction, bad a soothing; golden hoof," may prove literally true the same.. trem devotion to her mother Mrs. Oriental? designs-.whose predominant

effect on'my'nerves'' and I liked the to, the man who own a rough farm; The man wh raised feed to sell I* Doeemt' and"her daughter' are thorough color Is the same u tie skirts :-with ,' J

taste.. For* time nearly lived. onPoBtum too rough for the economical keepingof not doing any kicking about the price "chums which they are to be' worn n. are'used, o ii.

and ate' little :food, besides. most other kinds of live stock; for ot feed. By suitable resolution m.de' Of ooures she loves horse*-her father's for new blouses.. :Jt5; } ""

I'am to-day a healthy woman. while the flock will be utilizing weeds now It' Is possible to be Just as merry daughter could not help It Petticoats are mostly .a.heatlv.-nttln: -
,rm .'"My family and relative.wonder' 'and bushes In from Theodore at home from Harvard for *.
now
tea ak making wool and mut over high feed prices a year This effect Is produced either :.b,' a'
vast IM.am.the ame'person I'was four ton, they will at the same tine be reclaiming bis Vacation.'remarked in a superior '
x M as he la at present shaped, yoke at the waist. or ; else by.darts. .
years ago.when I could do no work'on the manner after listening to "a long account r'
land.jmaklng It fertile
mole; Home supplies'wlli, taste Just as' th.-rirtiMa'Of: The tailored.silk petticoats U ,
account,, of. nervousness. Now I of Montauly her
and of greater value. A* weeds' '
: good If they are produced on the farm. the first favorite., ,
am doing my own housework, take '' own boar "I bate a horsey woman, a
and
.y bushy undergrowth destroyed , the truth yoult.have a better 'The '
To tell of UUofhg(
of two babl.I-oD. twenty the tbelM| difficulties light'weight'goods
care the $ "Well. retorted the girl unabashed :
by sheep, grasses naturally :
.
It had paid
them than
for i .
'appetite you have been far'oyer
other two month old. I am ao busy.tbat take their place, and through methods ,'"I'd rather be talking'about, so -: ,1 ,
-
,I hardly get time to write' a 'ef this kind rough land lying Idle several men beside the grower a .prof'It an almost human bores, than about a come that,now chiffon panamaa-'volle' *.. .

letter, yet: do It all with the cheerfulness or, paying an. Insignificant Income for letting you.buy.them.'Progrea- lot of college fellows!"' .7.; the llihteost, "of' worsted .tall *'andf;

t ,- and good humor that,comes may be made a'source of present profIt live Farmer.'" t,\r She 1* an "all-around.glrl.r In the tuseahs are shown In. tailored suits *" fl''''''.'

from enjoying good health. last two she has If woman has pretty shouldVrshe '*
or
and being D: l.cSe'more fertile future year shot up amazingly *;
-I.tell my friend It la to Fostnm ,,Scott'Cummins II.the poet lanr .te .will 'want'\' oneof ? **.
the
Increased and the abJ'wkwud little girl 'transparent', ,
,.' bM value,wlll.be greatly He has beena soldiercoutfrontiersman ;- :
Oklahoma, ,
of
'
I owe my life to-day. who to V-ah&ped'yokes cutIii with: .
:,-..-, and pioneer set; : went the'bite {loose wilt one one I;"N.,
Name given by Postnm Co., Battle . It stately youngNromaji collar which Is such a' fashion;
rca'Cca glo tica; rn.rrber..' CouvidMos., Feeding' Flesh, Formtrs. tier In western ,Kansas and In Okla leave a with| a pretty,, ;;
CrIt'lLIcla Read "The Read "toW..llYUI..tn
,
w .It.should be.Atted
5 }ajS t'charnaQt planner that Is sire tocarr7,11ef without a;wrlnkJ
n M .ad 1 I1h wM pkg. 'There', a. Rea. JDve":7e.r: Is convincing more 'and horns ,He' lives at Winchester- sod'be'looka to brilliant sodal! and cut .very hlgU. ;"
' ' success. : ..
xw 'roe" (,!ore farmers. ,who are engaged 1D: 'like' an Indian. I >ST
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J. ssarisoari. t ".titt ta ttttfatt'i tttt. _: TotT.joraut oea7'l, .u.. HOW TO APPLY P/MMT./
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: : :Rueo. **-New .jwage, a, map. ,by A SURGICAL Avery & ConmsByUCCEMORS

: The :Charge of".the :Money ad } the ......na..n1eL; 'Greatest Bare should be taken whoa I. -

Beckly :-N*, ,It,,may, cot,'be'. k4*.-. painting building or implements roAVBRY"
., 999999999999f9999999999999999999999999999\> \: SL-Li ale t'Imee "" .rfetoa! are expoeed to the ...tb.t. to '
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,"" OPERATION
have the MCMILLAN.
1" paint applied properly. No
jig' Lees than One hundred men control the) financial.
Industrial and excellence: of ,
Ibaterlaaa
,. commercial bualne of the) ooui.tryand their name appear. In 1'IT8.8L Vlwn.-:1t . m-p .. for carelessness application oik,, any up .. ..."'d.. ....n #_ ., 1It__a* ili Foreyth_..., ',4UJ. t.... am
t 1SOO dlr.otor.tef.-s.1MICcIr la fWUUt <*. attack on the<< Uldrtc/ MI at maaentlycared by Dr. Kline's Grist Ngu.r.. more thin care In applying It can
OF-_
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..ILL KIND
fr"a.II'"S'OII. .. r Bn.d."tl'=.t. f7: make poor paint,wear well. ,
r ,. The. surface to -painted should
y' .. 'China,la jujsalM; to the front For I be dry and craped and '..anclp.pare4I MACHINERY
:f
the t-tiHWribe' will be representedIn I bard and..cmootb. pur__ 'white lead

;Y' A (the, 'next: 'International' Telegraph: should II. mll.4 with pure' linseed

1' 1 Conference, .oil fresh for ,thOon. and should be
.
'W I '.. ;_. ; well brushed out not flowed on thick.
3'' r t SO*. WILL CURB troVE Cents: ,When painting I.I done In this manner b.

y r ff If yon Invest It la a bottu ot Laser?'* as*. .with National Lead Company's: pure
J more oornn earn". It remorse hard or.ofHooroi white Iud (trade_ marked with "Tli*
1't 1 1I 1K Dutch Boy Painter"):' there I I.
L L., bunion or son, callous Indurations or the kin. No fir15IIguIIsI'1d1
warts
feet OB
torr. Wblte lead li capable of abaolote
-
pain no cutting, no "_UIIC'" of th. flesh.' tst for purity. National Lead F

K / 1 no after IIOre.1| qnlok.-: ads, ogre. At. Company Woodbrldge Ujulldlnn..New . --r .
;
.druggist or by mall from Tns Assorr Co., :
: .Ins \York will end testing' outfit. free t t"f'
e e..aDaalaoGa. to any. one lntcretd. 1I
.. < I

Ice of 8Iou City Iowa/,' ( t "."abl. : ,' '
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Rival men < "n4.hero ::18..anrcno'U11nt.btl.t.; : .
Germany Electrlo I .
'
patents.In .
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manage to keep even by dynamiting woman dreads more than another It .I Wheat ..paratera.,
UN Germany 'took out 8,000 patents tI4r
ne .notL.r's Ice field, is a surgical operation
for electric device, more than
i We can estate without fear of) a
.
.. twice aa. 'man, a*. the United States '
t HI'S'SKIN CURE'D.Faint contradiction that there are .bun-
TROUBLES .
,
.lcI.
,, w 47 Di I. sheds,. yes thousands of operations

Had! Itching Kaalt .Threatened performed upon women In our boa- '"tW I
.STTBaa.1II-A EELIAuLu COu.Tattaurla which "at .....,....
\ .LatH With Blood-Poison .. fegReUed pitals >are 'entirely unnecessary ..
c' U a fun,.. *and speedy or.for
on Cntlcnra Remedle 8tAd many have been avoided by
H _IDa, tett.r, skla and scalp disease BEST I IMFROYEtf"SWLarge iilir
About twelve or fifteen years ego I bad. and Itehlng piles. 'Endonot by physlelaa; LYDIA EI PINKHAM'KVQETAMLE'COMPOUND
a brea\\ nl-Gut. and it Itched and
badly that I could not have any peace because rragraat, aoothlnK,from e tie. BO*, at promptly. ahlngl ,MIII.Crn; Mill.
doctors did not help i druggist orb, mail .T. ..""A" ., ;
> of it.. Three men Circular aw*,.aw TethPatent Dog,' rI
Dept a, .Bava&nab, Oa. ,for proof of tUr:statement :rend
Then I used eome'Culicura Soap Culicura line '
'" team Governor*. (Full .Engine &
Resolvent and began the tollowlng leiters.: I
Ointment>and Ontionra
; to get better right awsy. They cored, A new Italian express: service Mrs, Barbara Dam, of Kingman, I Mill aupplle. and for free CataloguedSUSHI

me and I have not been bothered with the 'make the trip from Genoa to Buenos Kansas writes to Mrs. Pinkham t
tubing since to amount to anything.:' For elallt.lean I suffered from the

t About two ,,,,'a'G I had la grippe and Aires In slxtcsn day most. !!,!*form of female troubleadwas DOYETAILED i PUny LOCI S
''pneumonia which left ID.. with a-pain in -- that operaUonwas only '
0. ujia an my betides its eJrvrd !.ww ebft
INTO THI VAUET OV WEALTH'KODI TOE IOO. my ide... Treatment ran it into Illy..leg; Mrs.Window's Soothing S11'U1tfor Ohildrev I. hope of recovery. 1 wrote Mrs. Pinkham fcl X.*. whra ... ,*m (..Ik* FmttjaMkjMtMvbe
-Week's Cleverest Cartoon by Johnson'fn the New York Evening Journal. which then swelled and began to break out. teethlng.soften theguma.req'nceajnflannna-' : for advice,and took Lydia E. PlnUham'a **. P. sale by x

:\ . .'Th. doctor was afraid it would turn to Lion allay paiewlnd colic 2&0.bottJoa Vegetable Compound,; and It baa saved.
blood-poison. I ,need bU medicine built -. my life and made m. a. well woman.* | Randall Bros., :ltm ;
I SENATOR !& did then I''und the CutieuraRemedies 'raCINQ' PX
; ; FOLETTE: t no, good Mrs. Arthur It House, of dutch
three timee and cured the break Father"What was that sill, fellow '
Moorestown.. N. J writes.
NAMES ing-out on my I.r. "J, F. Ilenaan Milan saying to you when I enteredthe Roads : The
RICH. MEN let
WHO it is duty to people :
Mo., May_13, 1W7.." _. ....: '" parlor Something. idiotic,. I'sup know what Lydia my E.. rlnkbam'a Vejr** The PenaItv meraai tr miag I.

'' I pose." table"Compound. baa done for me. Isuffered the wa from death to bll Iqoe tor's Mile.'riV'MlnVjdHMSlf1 'Ji;

. : RULE' -THE. UNITED STATES A man' may be"dead easy all his life Do.u.bterflI., 'papa,. I'. confess. It from female trouble, and last reward..... II will drive -.*every TOMtO%.%is.*a-t.e-...-.

:. t. and yet die hard. "' ''."' March my physician decided that an last vf Malaria and erh.,. Poles iron *e
was necessary, My husband Mood a.eI eeU .....|..r.t.relr.-> lbs Se
Fatb.r-"Well. what wa ltT" objected Mho....,..&aw..eyery- ,
Rockefeller and Morgan He Puts in a Class by .Themselves : and urged me to try Lydia normal "" "
"
Oarfleld "Oh be remark.Ing
Daughter- wa Juet .
. Tea cannot but commend itself B., Pillkhm' Vegetable' Compound Itlatift cut dill. r... Thaifi. >
.
+ With Three ,Lists Following In.the' Order, of to thaw desiring a laxative at one simple what an awfully lucky glrU-I! .wa* and to-day I am well and atrony." ,

pure, mild! potent and blt.tJocI"ina- >* to-have such a dandy pa, and to get '
Importance In.the 'Financial :System made otHartaLcAU drag ekII'---. such FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. SUlPHOZONE'CATARRH'BAL ,
for
alotofpin monejr prettyhate 5- For thirty years lydia K: l ink- Tk. Grass AUeB>... Ontonrk ....*>. t

FOR A.FUSSER: :' 'and 'thIDCII'To" Ji..s. .Magawflue '* i ham's. Vegetable Compound, made' t".:tt-!, -r.===-,"......
. . has been the ,, 'aI.ar': :
The 'Tlm.i-Any Urn; \ -' from roots and herbe ..
Washington D. C.-"Along, with, this enormous increase assal .. ,
female Ills, ..
standard for.
remedy p--
lars -
'plaee WooUord'
The PlaceT-Any; Itch cored in 90 minutes by ..
*.5n.trust has'gone steady of centralization in the and has positively cured thousands of _... ., ...
power a process The Girl--Any .gii-L-Princeton Tlger. Sanitary Lotioau N.. fails.;:At drugguU. troubled with a..r- :t, ....... ..., .... ....0 '
who have been
"V" :: women .......- NNNf..11I- .. a
of that until the entire situation 5 dominatedby .
.control '
4 now i3
;. power HIS UNFORTUNATBBXSINBSS.i displacements, VM His .w.r pro. 0...""? ahNn.O..

the Standard Oil-Morgan combination' If You Suffer From :.tltlamaor "Wh It I.." ,asked! the for. "that: tion fibroid tumors irregularities,' .. "-Bt

'I Droncbitli get-immediateiellef by, you always look so gaunt?" periodic pains and backache.Mra.'Pinkbam'lnyltea .
'* "The old fight between th.*. two great power have been....J.Idasld. using Brown'... Bronchi Troche. -'Ohl": replied the wwlf.'."lf all"due '' ; all sick! I rO SY' !Ira

.. Mr., Morgan'. plotur adorn the wall of the Inner room of the Contain'no harmful drug.. *>tv ? to the buBlnee1 I'm In: I always have women to write her for advice. ..' ,, 1 ;:'Ial,

''Reokefeller nt ;No.., 28 Broadway. In combination'today, they .rworking 'IVY-,Vln. Foundation.- to j keep'away from,, the door until'She has guided thounnnds to. __' S' swdllal is t teen-
; Raised .
{ .together to gather In, the smaller power"Mr. .. Tbeivy'plant which MtafclUhed itssalt there' nothing' left,.In the" house to' health.- -. Address c Ijnn" )isucr ., I. .10)11,.,0 enacts Mclay&a.perm T.Mltralseetgl.eahreltaata neat -

t Hill has been taught that he .must not oppose'the bigones. In a crevice of.the tfrwer of St. feat."Catholic Standard and Times. (Atib'08)A ... .._------ 1 r.M.N. '1 betdtenwrNe --.. .

John the Baptist .Church: at Yarbor-" aCIEHTiriC FOR ,. 1eltlaillm {N'. ilia.8ft.. '
., Standard Oil I, got i in on the 'GreatNoahern ore deal. TREATMENT .

'" ', The Gould i interests are being'' swallowed: by the ,combine ''ougb. the Lincolnshire.foundation England and!: lifted, stone undermind n 1.-( ,': ).... \. Whiskey Drag, Cigarette and Tobacco Habits; Local DEPUTY;rWa ikd'[; f

11. Also MBTK XXRATTSTION. 'Aantlalstered
out.of place until It-cost over$.,000 NKURlBTHENIAor
.
.:, )dorse'and Hefnze were, neatly pocketed during the recent panic:. to repair ; . I. by 8peelalllta'lor. thirty rea>ra Correspondence ooandenUaLThe << OKBATEST Fro tee live and BenenJa t;
rake ; .1 ( lnUt. In O .la. ,
Only Heley t*> Order ever vtarted. Over ,OOt..e- 7

', ThelSmelterfiTrustwasgiven- ; .a' drubbing and- started" in the I ,1 229''Woodward Ave.,' ATLANTA, ,GA..,, bera axsVAt Both oppoitTimiTrsr men and" WOOMSU* -with Helps
'1 1 I' ,
'same direction. CANT, "WKX9TUE IT. people. '01011_ \VAOB* I.BS
t ;' .
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Sill' -:"Heard'' the new song ..abcnilthe'ubwayT" . .', ." . ::. '- b l.f 1 and Ir. NO jMritpTjBD RACB OlaCRlMINATl coi prfT6iu n '
'' Vandarbltt r.taln'th.ir, Important r w iinci. rir .
e The en no.longer control. anethmlv ; : .t death} III to acYlSal I t.mbdr as

.*... .. handwriting on.the wail."- PeteNo; 'whata It llker .II wit.-d.atb:; II O d child's .
'BUJ-MWcU. the word are good ,N. UBIJ.1 KIDHEY ND UVER TROUBLES t : OTHER BENEnT& M y.r
Thus poke Senator La Follett In .wind J. B. D.b. F. A. Valentine ' '' ) t. call honorable peppI. a7lk.IEe .
but the ,air 1* bad.!=:Columbia. Jet .. "
:, AJfD
ma'r' th. ,third and Coal Installment of bis W. D. Sloe Adrian Iselln, .Nq..OIUP1NOT'YIAraOrTLE.c' ... .
memorable speech against the, 'A).I 'Jr.. Frederick Cromwell G...W.' ter; I "hen 71 :,., + W sr'A .. 3
A>
drlch Currency bill. Young O. edyard flair D. GnsKenbeim >" i : Aak year,dealer tar It m" RANT wo ... "
V. P. Snyder, A. 'If. 'TIow's Thls! _, nee for full ..e aeltgtN
''' ulnas Charge Back it Critics. Brady, Edwin, Hawley D.: O. ;We offer One Hundred Dollars. Reward for p *taa-*. Ihe- .-J Q IW rLwIpL.

,4'j His"assertion that the Industries Mills, Charles: Steele John J. for any 'ease "of Catarrh that cannot be nH -' ! ,

.: Abe ", bol.'country.are eonrolled'by': Waterbury, Oliver Ames, Nathaniel ., cured by Hall'. Catarrh Our*. ., .
fewer than 100 men had been at. Thayer, K: ii.' Gary, John ? F J Q, : !: ',tic Qo.,Toledo, 0.we. .: RhiHiititn$ 7 Wssks.UaII
tacked a. sensational. : Clash John It. Ilageman,' O. II. Cheney Ate nnderngned In! aav. known F. J. Awake :;
He took: up the charge and flung It Mackay, F'N.t'audcrbtlt, 9. f. for th. last years, and believe, 1., .
him etly honorable in .
perf all business > ,
bacl teeth bis critic, Mltcjiell, T. Jefferson Coolidge 1.-ttEfl- ) -ft" U } -\ } fadrri.Cured
;. !: In the o( transactions: and financially able to
On the contrary, he .4<<'I.reo.r be Thomas DoI.n. Samuel .Lea,' any obligation* mad by his firm:C&I'QI'Gat d y.Mlijiid's' Liniment ." .
ff,. lard been too conservative much 'Charles L.alerJames, C.1;Fargo,. I WAUJIXO,. KIWKAH A MABTiftVf l wbole- ; By : i ;t
number of men rule .he..na )>. O. Held, Henry Walter, Norman ..I. Druggists Toledo O. .

smaller. ., :, D. Ream, H. L. Iftnlneon, Hall'eCatarrbCureUtakenintematly.act. ._ __ ___ v .i_ (j ;
w4; ing directly the blood and JlIAarcI' Liniment :Mt .. Co; Dear' SIn .Your MJnard's '. Keep the br Mail
.Th* Senator quoted .John Moody P. A. AVldener and F. B. Morris. upon macaouesnr- .... I ,- -HrrUethiKHOutti sad
'tcii show an enormous growth In trust - faces of the system. Testimonials sent "--. I Liniment received: and wa used to good{ advantage and I wish I aaUxptioally II.*. sad free'fro. **'new
,y consolidation and capitalization In Price, 7 jWi'e bottle.: Sold by all Druggist<< ,' had used It sooner, is It would have saved me lots of pain and also healthy germ-life and dia/reeahl odor..

four years.. In 1904 Mr. Moody Third Gronp'otFinanciers., ? .Take Family,Pilla for,constipation. lots of money.. ,With the-Smt application I was able lo Uy out which weter,*eepaad tooth preparation

placed the capitalisation- the In 'Of :th" third' group Inclu410.tb..' straight In bed-what I had not done in seven weeks-as I bad alCdo"A. 61.,.

duitrlal' franchises and i.railroad ret of the list., Senator La Follette. :MARINE. { "v.C ,' been forced to sit on the side of the bed with my feet retting on the germieidal. dlsln-
ikusts at 10000000000.. 'That aald:' : ." ;' .1T: 'floor: line used three bottles of your liniment and it has loosened feeling end dodoriziogioJIet ''S A
? I' the cord. so that I can sleep nights., I'I was able to to work-this a requisite
;,;' amount had Increased .more than "While some of them exercised Ship That Carried Themselve to go ,
week and the rheumatism has not bothered me any only on damp of exceptional
: :. 111,000,000,000. or more thaa-flfty. large power and held many directorships "" excellence
Sea. day in the mornings, but will soon work that offAm a longshoreman 1 .
dad eeoaw i iomv
five 'pe ,.eent. The J1OOO.OOO.OOO, it WM a delegated power exert ,
, '
The Empire Shipbuilding Companyof loading+and unloading foreign chips, and have recom lavalusbl-
! he said did dot represent'the financial abed by them In a mere representative ' .
;: Buffalo recently had the contract mended Minard's Liniment lo several of fellow-workmen, that for iaflamed '. v 1'.
- combinations. banks, trust and capacity. This part of the list my ,**, |
: .
: .
..... tn5urance'companiee. .... -' follow" :' tor preparing tbol't,1 1 ,whaleback have the same trouble with stiff joints. The other liniment I I throat sad nasal and ;.I(.
, Mr. La Follette named a* next at- i "Edwin 8. Marston. G.V.. steamship and three barges for the used did not_seem to take the stiffness out of the cord. Your truly I.uterine..'........ At "

, fet: Morgan aDd t the Rockefeller a I < -Perkins, John 8.' Sterling Otto trip through the Welland Canal. ;, drag. and loUd ;

croup o( fourteen men, who.be *ald.i II. Kahn James 11'. Janis A. W,' The vessels; which'had, ,hem bought I C. HOW LAND stores, 50 oeatt<<.,,,or +.
"bl and men of large Krotch, Paul Morton, If. O. I>em- by mail postpaid.:
a operator
(
i ,
ire Hill .
by a Boston firm for the seacoast coal. ,19 Bunker St., Charlestown, Mass.special .
J, : tower-;) and Interests In ,their own lag Charles II. Russell. Chaun.eel Lugs Trial Swpi 4.uy. .\... '
r.' rlgha.' M. Depew Oliver H. Payne, carrying' trade .were a.nt' down .to A bottle sent Ire on request. JlIDUd'o Liniment<< Mfg. Co., South "
.._ .. .
Buffalo' 'from the lakes They WIVH a..sevv'+.ees..ev tmtm
W. 8. Webb James B. Forgan. upper Framfngbam, Mat.e ,

: ; In Earmonj With'' "Big Two. \Moee Taylor Francis M. Bacon, were tied up In Buffalo and the work ..... THE PAXTON TOILET CO, BHIeI,...... ti ,
. These men he ..Id. find their beat J. A. Stlllman Luther Kountze._ of cutting the vessels In two was be- _,

.". .Intere.t.-"ln' working In harmony.with H. P. Vhltney, P, D.' Cravath gun. The Tessel;;'measured'J86 feet Observatory on the' Pyrenees.For ..
,. H. '
No Levi P. Morton.II. VreeUnd
Morgan and Standard Oil
In length and It was found that
eighteen
combination which they could form 'V.. Woodbury Laagdoa O. XV.Morse . many year there baa been'''a
W ,among themselve or ,with other Charles M. 8cbw.b..E. F. feet would hare to be cut from well-known. meteorologloal' observat '

uld cope :with that power, he de- C. Young O. 8. Fairchild O.-8.AVhltaon each to make it short enough to pass torycn tie "mD It of the Plc'du Midi
rP.
; : 'e A. D. JnllJIard. G. H. through the Canadian waterway" ; If de Blgorre, In the Pyrenees, at an altltade 11'\! \
2: -Here are the'fourteen: Allen V. Moran-ets. oJ.' 11. Parker .. was no haphasard job. The forepartof of 9.400 feet...

tv- ,,W. K. Vandefbilt R. II. Harriman ,,'Frederick'. Sturgis( O._ N. each whaleback was carefully. re $ .
Thomas Ryan, BUN A. F. Orr. U. McK. Twombly -
August Belmont, .boved and the sections carefully num ,,
L. Frederick. '"- IAuie S. Swift Charles Dane, E. n.. Ship.The ;CAPUDINErCURES'rr' "' ''cc.: ron] outer: +
bered.. .Then the pieces were stored IIIICM.I:* or YNtraMiiv .
.' John Jacob Astor 1 \ .
.
ltaaetv aOV.wouN.Mlsec'ANDcwu.eacwy.
Mrs : .
i+ vHenry O. Frlck. ,,'fame* Bpe-yer, ,net 'r ault of the-.peech was, |'n the after hold.. The odd appear.aace ,1IiiJ1hHMI...f'8' :

,J.,,Ogdien Armour,'James i. Hill, another v4ctory\ for.La Follette. He. of the ships, aa thus out down. =:3' .. *... Mtl3 .15--.0.
; Moore demanded Congressional commU-. attracted no little attention for the -'''' ,
ss1' George. J. Gould, W!.U. COLDS AND'IRIPPEFR't: .'IIiiT;" SgMSag' ''-- : -D "
(t6" Jncol>,ScWIfe? lion tq Consider cUrrenoy reform leglilatlon pilot house projected over 'the bulkheads I ,
:; second class of 'men la the.lIat '. In,ordec:,.that' Congress spay; which the bull In ...'Oh..w'asd.p..l.la .... Jl* W4 :: 4" rw.
: of magnitude be asslsJed'Mn promoting-enutment were cut -- 1... a. ... --........ Own/ 4'-::: II,..d.". .
were lesser :
tara ..
the ..
..; jot. men:,of wealth, and power who of a general currency law In the two.The . \ -- .L Oas ti IUIt dll$botl Cosset.& t qulON AI All J Pala CaI..r..-, ,,5a
.' with: the combine, and a few nextsession.: '.At' the' endof the i'three ships, the Bombay, the .IA O. w y .. """..Y .".d a "all.JII'. _. r.
In Nn ,
work a.lAa _
* ', '!of the higher rank' of attorney and speech Senator- Beverldge. arose"and Bay :;Clty and' the Baron, a. -thus I INSURE ; OUR HEALTH I lot_IO--a..l.r..rsrwtrq''' ItcIeo.' t..-.no....UQ1Ir.A't'.va rt.l..Mw.ld.-, -- I r
This Inquired (.Senator Aldrich what bethought shortened left- ;;'FortTColborne ( ,
''bank.pre.lden' of, the *system 0 Buffalo, passed --
i/ group follow: ,; of the plan.- ,*"'-.- and 'a n Lake'Ontario and .l. COMFORT

..'. i'O., H. Dodge,O. McCormlck, Mr Aldrlch said that'thepre.entcurrency the Sti L wrence-tO" the.ahipyards: at t G l'st dey.' DbRiiIiM.3IVIN.>
.' ,Stephen 8. Palmer, Brayton Iso !". bill made no pretence of em1 Levis, Quebec. Here ., \ \ t
opposite they '
;, C'' A.'Peabody O. F. Baker. J. bracing' banking reform. and added *ere docked again and the hull section : ,\ ,II:) Q 'I r .
"F.. Dryden J. 8.. Post H." Tay- that ,before !this Congress' adjourn ) 1 1 : ; ,. !!! YTIs'AWAY '
thatx-bad been removed S
be were) :
O. O.vjf. leglalationwould passed providing
.. .lor. T H. Hnbbard .
: Payne .wester
, .; ., .H 'ea. *V. J/Oakman, F. J. Ilex for_ ,_just___such a m_commission.,_"* '' .taken.: from"the 1 hold .and rebuilt, In ; : \\ ; .I[ ,FOR CARTON TOPS: I OR;,SOARSyRAFTERSFROM Y
tV. ." i i >' place. Thence the ,ship,I tailed out r" "
f. I Captain Made Soldier Parade at Million' *,'of.Radium, Gold and .through!;the gulf;, and" 'down' to" their ((4J SUCKER ", ; 2Q MULE;: 'TEAM";.BORAX\;.PRODUCTS.aftMCLETEAM :

Baa Boy.Placard, Silver,. Going to_ Waste.Washington .. destination at Boaton.. Sdenttflo American. '
.'
BarracluOViUi t 'C 'I." Borax X J,1 and S1W Carton, Boraao Bath Powder (10 aid15oS
Washington;, ;JD. ,C.--dapt-, Clark D.- ,C. .Thoma* 'F.. ., q pblfI tine) Violet Boric'TalcnmTpowder, Borio iipanidea,. JIorto Add, Boraxaid Soapi I r -
D.:. Dudley; Of 'the Fourteenth-'CavlalrT -. Walsh.. the mnltl-mllllonalre mine ,1)111: Powder- 1'lo M LE-TEAM" Soap Queen of Borax Soap BoraxaM LaundryBoap.. "SS. a, ,u
at. Boise Barrack. Idaho, has owner .Colorado-,- told the House TO "BEaiiwrrH, I 31UI.16.TF.Asf Soap Chip; *.. -ffi _". $- I' y

bees convicted 'by' court-martial 'or Committee million ot on dollars'Mine. worth and Mining of radium that, "Now, my children.;.what I II an abI I 'Send for 40-paze: Catalogue of 1000 Valuable PfeJ, }Bums Wo 61re Free: .. 1))>,

...... 'the charge of.cruelty-In having com-: and more millions'worth of gold) and oldie celtyfor lamI'pri.era', ,.use For Top and Wrappers from the above .>>MULE TEAM", Borax Prodoeta> Ton wfU .,:;;. fend
pelted a young soldier' to paradeupand Lwry.twe many article of Household and Proiu wse that you ama nbUIn ABSOLUTELY .
. down the porch of the barrack. liver are going-tJ" waste a* a result 'Boy--A family.Harper's. Wee!:- .FBEE-!; AU yon have to do is to SAVE,YOUi TOP OR.WBAPPEBa.' Address. ;'i
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method and "
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-for three hours wearing on his back of Improper mining Jy; : : PACIFIO COA8T.1BORAX'.CO..NeW'York"' ,
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recommended the creation > . : > : ;
"Bad.Bo,, .1 strongly ,
.' ,m placard with the ,word* . a'No :. '

.. "''XU! comrade 111ed a complaint.sentenced. tobeUonflnedwithinth .';I committee of a bureau agreed'of mine--to.report': >Later'the bill the ; \nan ever:. comes half'way .stiffs e' lJ'N'- :. ' . :: .f'E' : : : ..
1.
: Captain Dudley, w4s A FA DELsaj S'S'.r D' 'V.i:5''
"< .> Jlmiu'.of. hi. : creating such a bureau/" "and" ,It' willsanely the expectation' his mother"' had--of bin" -- < t :, \M' I '

.yu frost fo* */ .. months. > '. I yaws.- _.?.. i'. . ..,. '**<.[!ban b. was 'a'.Dottrw; ,, :" O./ar_ .>OGda a Ya.n_'- p _4 rti OM ten ___-Yale,. all _. T.er air: rs eold... t...'." "P seas.... .!.... ... '
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larch A. D. 1801\ and aa ...hr Unit*;the i tb '., ,' .;y',r x. "' .' 1.I }S { .., .

"it seems to fl.eb..' the le(iy mew. day.(....._u.. ......:nut.et the Orcult Court -' '. : 1', -
tiers of the V. n. 8. are 'riDItW: doc of the Tth Judicial Ouxmtt,U and far'OMola eouatr. "A WOMAN'S MEDICINE"DO .
bloomer"' was the remark of aD old ..........'..ca.a-...... wlMraln. AoklM. F IIua I . .
"It.back.ideo. of our town. All oomplaliuuit tai W.Reeiy ....** fa detendant I .. ."

praise to outladle. for showing' as fonelowire.' ohattle ____ I will *.U. apuMla .
aggressive front In the matter of borne _....... In front ef the ooort houee door IiKbelnunee
'and If they care to dona City. Florida, on Monder the 4th dai YOU<<, SUFFER the Jill of womanhood, I
eoatume'whlch this 'and look well .f May A. D. Ise, bvtweea Ute le.ml tours of as so wtaaywomen do suiter :JK you

}, both "(or* mad sft,," that is thrirhua" vela the following dMorlbnl. .l>OCk and Block> of want to g et well without tbs.acoesilty .
loess.V i eattle! tmnaintf In the_",..of O> etila. OraaseBiward : .of painful sxsaUnatloni and erabarradlognonnutatfons
and 8t Luck' In the elate 'of,,1 noHdanumberina .? Do you want to take a :

'*' \ bear a great deal about living I ea-ht) hundred and fifty (ISO) bead remedy right Into ,your home' and core

"su natural. .," being In touch with mere or lent marked end branded In the fclbwingmark. _
Nature. We know of twO men who I .and brande, ..I.. bolt enllt In one ear, and yours.lflBENEDIdA '

certaltolT practice the tepeu of thU Ilk. I prop, half drop, upperblt la the ether ear) tmndei4HUorrtakwthe : W
vegetable grower.who U al- : eald mark and brands with If a "Woman's Medicine.. A prescription
UIM Ja a
pushed for time, so much ho that two dewUpe. ,..... eat up and Ute other down aUiIn of a physician who mads the study of re- f-"
"beQ way be turns out of bed he emerges the :same mark end brand two ct_..... inale t._... his specialty, It ,was. useduccesifully 1.r 1.-

"all stand Inir with his costume com both cut dowh., atop ..Id. mark and by him tn Bit practice. It has
plfti" Tbeother Is, a "shining Ugh brand wrth two d.wlap.. |iui handk. been Heed .uOCfJutull'W tnousands of '

01 the bar," who never has hud at rut In iwot aloe the eakl mark and brand women, during tbs many yetre..lace. Prore -
opportunity to, change) liU (toueerai wattled,'alao marked. crop, iilope, epllt upp.rbltIn . ..lre pnyelclan liar also found It a valuable ;
but ,,'ho" *lwa)'ii ".-(,ad,. dressed.' one ear. undemlope. upperblt <(
and legally. ", egpiPl l| i e one ear and awallowfork apperblt'lawmlt Ii .

a 0 .. the other ear' branded 7void etocl BCNCDICTAIi : ... ,.'
fl may lw a '''very Rood Idea which and awoke> of ""LU8Ina- all the a vegetable remed,.. 'II U mail from : ',.(' '.
the ladies Of the V. I, B. are piuiuulrjratlcir tattle owned by Lhe. aaW defendant 6.i root, herbs and barks known to posies '. 'I. '. r. I
the Wth day of May W<'7, In Mid ateto of Florida '
concerning the Installation\ \ of properties which b.".a wonderful curative ( ,
.
a curfew bell<< In our town. Hut we an except the followlnv alockai> One marked crop. and tonle street upon the female organs and ,.ell'J
afraid under existing, ; clrcum Lan the curfew would be both out of tone In the other".branded HHi: and on.marked. many form of female trouble that women ,
and their belli crap half crop upperhlt. In one ear and ."' '''0'''' .,
until\ the .
and] tune cuwe Surfer,w cay that there Is no trouble of this
. are relegated M* txjiruU. Ladle fork'upperbtt: _......t liT the other ear,' branded. kind that Benedicts will not Immediately r. N .
Abate 'the Kreater nuisance first and OF] and one marked smooth crop In one ear. up. hove,and (Inally cure.BCNCDICTA., -
let. lour clarion tolces call your children per and underblt. In the ether ear branded WE. .
to looM "ua a hen gathers her .Said stock and .lock*of eattle tu be void a. they : :
i chick.lnd..r lier wlnga," hefore attempting run on the range end delivered. to the purchaaet it-lIl
I and.clantldc.tly and
prepared
carefully ,
InitaH a curfew or purchaaera by Bill of Sale. a*they run cm theranm. . j
lo ; with the conacloucneii of the reiponiimaty ,
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II Said atock and atock of cattle are void aa lhProperty of wing suffering women' remedy,that
A whlMr| which baa nlmonl attained of W. If.nrySavae..defendant. toaatl.o will not only be benedcla,hut also harmless
an Who \Is .being waftedt.hroughourbalmv . 10.lI'oct., no matter what, maybe the condition .
Siva
Fy note and mortaraire held by Ackuui F. ,.
hreSies! lo the ef '
of the woman" taking
.
feet that the ladles of the V.. I. S:: are Compbitnant .
'Tcmn,of sale C"'SIf. It I I. sold' at II 00 per bottle, byRoberson's
,too rctli-Ing, too shy, In approachingthe W. R, JOHNSTON,
male iiortlon\ of our community
f. A. VANS AONBW Mla Chanoary.Complainant's .
ob. Pharmacy
Considering our ladles have good
.. yeas to atL.'n.| In elevating the. social Solicitor. SO-H ,
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and sanitary condition of our people KISSIMMEE. FLA. PRINCE PAUL/

they need not be,; bashful In display In Chancery. /
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i ,inn- their colors to the public paxe. -- -- -

They are not parading 'Our streets In Judicial the Circuit Circuit.Court, Seventh. ; In Chancery, HEALTH AND VITALITY OUT OP SALUTARIS <(HALF SISTER TO, COLDWINO') BY SALVATOR.
with a barrel organ and monkey, net /
Oocuula County. Florida. > MOTTft.NERVINg PILL
ther do we hear they proclaim they The above Pedigreed 'n is of the finest bred horses For
JOHN P. Law l The great Iron and tool restorative for men Stal.H one: ever brought to Osceola county.
are endowed by divine right to collect :. Bill for Dlyo"",, .
end atrenlith- and
produce vitality
money or warm, clothes tor the heathen Ci.aA EJ FattMCM Laww.IL.III..rlrtg .! build women up the a>item and raoewi the normalvt service! for the season at my barn at Peg-horn. ,Fee, $10.00..
in central Africa or are they advocating J>y affidavit, .appended. the billrn. lifi>r forialeby Oireola Pharmacy or hv II
which .. Clara E: mall *l oo' per box,6 boxes for. 4 00. J.
\ any fakir movement )l d In the above eUled eauae that S. STRATTON.

'wpuld take money from our town, but Trench Le..U..the Defendant therein ..,.m.... U. --- - ---- - -.
w. ,feel confident every dollar they non>mildent of the State of Florida, and ui a ... .
collect will be extended| for what they dent of Sebaatapu). In the State of California. THE WORLDS GREATEST SEWING MACHINE
consider the beet advantage! for our and I* over the aire of twenty.on. -. It ui The Perfect Atlantic '!
I Coast Line
general good. Then why 'so bashful, therefore ordered that JId non-reeident Dalend. WayScores LIGHT
r ladles. Did not the honorable oily ant be and .to hereby required to topper to the Bill
:oovnoll receive you (tlgurativelywith) of Complaint filed In kald cauae. on or Uilor Monday t"
open arms and we believe' bad you the 4th day of May A. D. ''II".othenriae the ROUTE OF THE CELEBRATED :
then embraced your opportunity no allea-ationaof aeld bill will be Uken .. ooDfeeaed. of r'lorlaa! Citizens: ) Have HQME
doubt every member of said council by Mid Defendant.It Learned It. "New York mid Florida Special" '
,
h and their suave attorney would bave la further........ that thU order be publbhed.; .
signed\ )our roll'of honor as charter enoe.week. for four oonaecutlve. weeka In Tour If you suffer from backache, .-AND-.- .
"+i itaembers and have; subscribed their KIMHIIIEE Val t.ry GAKBtTB a newapaper pub- There I la only one way to cure It. I I.

xr, dollar vrltb pleasure" for yearly subscription ,Ie...... la aaid County and State. The perfect way U to cure ,the kid. + l Florida Limited"Solid I
(be that' your charjreV) Thia March Tth. 1UW\ Chicago -juid
Have courage ladies, and "keen pass K. L. I-your: neys.A .
lag around the hat.Osceola saAU Clerk Circuit Court. bad back means sick kldnevti. Vestibule Trains. Steam Heated and Electric Lighted;

By AaTHuaJ!: DOMSXIAN, Neglect It, urinary troubles follow. Dining Cars ,
I
''I J L MOON. Deputy Clerk Doan's Kidney Pflls. areenade. for It '-'-- -- i'll. I .
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Solicitor for Complainant. '. ALSO '
CoulltyyAbstract kidneys only. -- .

S. B. Lemons, clgrarmaker.livingat -

Notice of Application for Order 1311 Ashley street Tampa, )0'1 a., It "FLORIDA AND'WEST I INDIA LIMITED" TO. TIt ,
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says: "I'used 'Doan's Kidney 'Pills -AND-
Company ot. Sale. and they cured me Of backa be and E'AST
"NEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESS"TO ,
disorder of the kld ey.i Twol or
,_ n_, Notice. hereby alvea. that I will apply to the < ,
t
three times account of the pain In .
Honorable County J.......la and forth County olOeoeola on ,
S. H. BULLOCK.I MANAGER. back: : was unable to so to work THK
and State of Ftortda at .... ...*. I hi tM my o "DIXIE FLYER' and( .
.
for several day. The secretions. -'of Q '
Court Raw Ia Klaeunmee City OB Saturday UMU a. l
;.I Real esttte day of May. A D..... a* 10 a eateraaor.der the kidneys were in a very bad ..oondllol1o WEST: MONTGOMERY ROUTE"'
dark In color and if allowed to
,Title eiamlned and reported'on to ten at pflnt' aale. an of the rlrtt. !title: and
Taxes for non-residents ........ .'.nd would become of consistency'
J paid Interval of the eetate of Tim* Baae. .. late '
Instruments relating to real estate at said. oam4 and State la. the, fotkrwln do. of jelly. I tried various remedies 01 I Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars;to New York. ;,, Chicago, St:.Louis

carefully, drawnCerrespoildencei t l oeJtbe4 reel eetate. t..+.iuWItl.ation'Matrdw. taking medicine,what and. seemed I also put like'on gallons plasters roa wautellheraVlbratqgBhuttleRotary ', Atlanta and Intermediate Points. ....
O H X of S W H Section TbniS A . .. ..
o: sill until I BaatUe or a tMnrle COo* (UGAJ '
at
but nothing helped me I'
'' Solicited. Twvety.four. all Seettoe. Twenty 41a: Ixits One.Fvur. PUl. PULLMAN OIISIINOI 04..6. )1
got Doan's Kldn.7- upon the advice liiwloihMAIIIIE <, ."
: .fl',.and. Sim, SeeUoa Tereaty-eujht) AHSection TIE IIWIDMC MMPAKt "' /' ', '
friend of mine and : ; > ?; ..ie'f"J't1Iit.I1i!{ -p. "-
of using ;
a ,
> W :
Thlrty.lovr aM all Sectteai Thirty..... la Ormngm. M_ I < J > jf
I Townahlo Twenty-alna South of Ra..... Thirty, them ,according to directions. .they jtlMir.MiHnc.._"I.....re..<.to..U|r** NlUM euallir (- Fltl"t.lcket.ir,"reservationsjor'lnforraatlon. .,, << call. on nearestAtlabtlo. Coast .-
!. ....< .: cured me In a very short time.; j .. .but the Mew He .It eied* la vane Line Agent. !.or.. .' ? $frf' "tt; Jlii;, faj"> .< "''j.'i1ro\ J .
t : \
one Coatautuui H733.M aeree eaore or Ina For sale by all dealers.' Priori 60 .. : .I,,, ; : ; : ',f:) \Y .'
Oiur amt
....... ... gueraaV MVOTIVM "
Bald larfac owned Jointly br Welter cents.. Foster-Mllburn Co. Buffalo (Mad fcy mmt* rtmf* .... r..iy. J.'W.'CARR, T. p'TAMPA, FLA. J..: O. KIRKLAND D. P. A ft!!
Br..Over Baaa and the said estate and' to b.. mid Mew York sol-agent.*.for the TJnl emates. iv* .AI. .r. T..C.;W H.lTE.G; P.. A._ WILMINGTON. Vf. J. CRAIG, P, T. :
for the eettlement of the ...... Interest la Mtn 'of
.
........ : ; ,
r rid WALTER BASS.sa., Remember the'' name-Doan's-at: Stanford Carson (jr.ves'Hclw;
\ A*Administrator of. the Sate of Tune Baee -
otber. 15-e-a-m
....- IftJtt.Master's take no .....J Co, Kisslmmce., Ha.

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.WILLIAM*' KIONBY PILLS
Sale.
? ACK DIAMONDJEWELLER U8.overwork i.oted your. KldneriT Bare PILB81. P>lL.St PILBSlWllllaitu t Mill. WIAOWl er.Ni T MAOM. rt
Under and by virtue of a decree'of forecloeure you ."to'.rDt"r:: ( r..d-r1 .
,.:;: and....baud. out of and under thai vial., of the. oaiued Slave ron trouble.In loins, ilde bank;. and, grotna and Blind Bleedlugandlkbiugpll.a.!Indian Plle Otntment It will abwrbathe rare MACH l
Circuit Court of the 7th. Judicial Circuit'of the ladder Have you a debby appearance of the lumon,*lli a lb. ''''hID..L once ecu aa BROS.;
under the e,..' Too froquent a 'ponltloa' iriva. 'lonlant relief Willlama* :
ti And : lotto of Florida, la and for Oeciola; County Sated oe. eepeolally \
Bicycle Repair Slio) a desire to paM urine If*o.. WlllUm.1 KidaeT Indian I'll.Ololrnentl.prepar.dforFile. andllahlnr J "
March Wth.MM. In Chancery eltUng. wherein j
111 will cure you.v-Al OioeoprtoeSOo. Pbennae, of the private parU. Hold only by the.
t8 Next to Sunny South Stable.: Jane B. A. MeDernott U Complainant ad Julia .' / Oeoeola I'b.rm..1IOo and II 00.. Livery Feed and Sale Stable.
.. I .
McClelland" and W.Q McClelland. Defendants I ,
I i will Ml. at pubes outcry to the highest and beet :r I

: W.. ,bidder for.......on the 4th day of May. A D. isle, WOOD-:-DRAYINQEverything
UK] LESLIE WEEDDNSpnclalist
th.same being tho liNt Monday in said. month BUDDED 'T EESJIsle'sworthNurseries.: '

and a local tale. ay, within the lejral no in of is New and First-Class. \
d f -" Eye.OEar ...., before the Court..... door In Kiaetnune ,We willS
-. City said Oeoeola County Florida the foUowlaadeeerlbed S Render Prompt and Satisfactory Ser-
Nose Throat. and .... : la...... '
r9 I,. and ..... Und. lying being vice'Day or NI Kinds
County and State and deeerlbed ae followa.via. : hauling. "
Theeouthweet quarter of aonthweet quarter of Heavy '
CBA8E'tklCO. PPoPRiEroRJ... W. HOARD AGENT: j
lection nf.......Towiuhlp Thirty.Booth of.Range ,

4 Private .HosDital, AmericanliNational Thirty-tkrn.Bait We ,&ill have ready for next Fall and Winter planting general AT BEAM: AN'3' OLD STAND. PHONE 113.
S ....... of'eaklMeodanta lI
I Said being aid ae the property ass rLment of Orange and Grapefruit Trees of all leading varie -
Bank Building; mpa,;.,, to eattefy the.....aad.;nortcase held ties. Our trees are budded on Rood, healthy rough Lemon and

Florida. by paid Complainant. . ,toe-ether with' the. ooete of Sour Orange roots guaranteed free from insects pests of any kind.. 1 I r
Cult T.....of ale. CUB. "
All.budded from bearing trees in our groves and therefore true to
a"W11VN _, W. R JOBN'kTON..1nChar.. name. Our facilities for growing nursery stock are second to -

Maater none and our trees are as line a. moiey and'twenty. year's experience M ASBY MACHINERY '
Banns A PAUiaa, Ctimplainant'e SoUcltura. COMPANI s sIi
.. ,_ can produce. Wed are making a specialty this season of{ the
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W.L. .. famous California Valencia Late which is destined to become the JAOK80NVlLLfat1 PUA.Portable "
: Administrator's Notice. greatest money-maker In Florida. Our Valencia buds come direct Long DI.t..... Phone 874.. 33: 00... Street. '1 Ct
.tsIOtaN 1\\"' from the beat bearing trees In the district now famous for pro
P At) UMIS ON.'
KlAn ereditore, legate. dUtributeea. and all California -
the best Valencia in
nemoa having........ or .-- .. aa-aliutj. theaateteof ducing and Stationery Engines '
----......- .--- Time Bee*,late of....._... of Oaoeola Write for Prices to J. W. HOARD ,Ootha Fla., or, call and see our Nur and. Boilers; Sawmills WoodworkIng }}

.,.... -,.9ee.Mr.Oee ra..aaa.ti and Btate of ...................... will preaeat the . aeries at Waco on Florida Midland 'R.R.'OSCEOLA'PHM Machinery and flop:: 1 ... Cpm-', .
.N'I I name to.the underauraed. admbdatrator within pink line carried In stock.' Liberal ",

;DH.;-J.; \\\SIIP8; two yean from thin' date and all pagan Indebted - .. - terms. Write for catalogue.... ...r..,.
to the eald eetate will nuke. Imatoiiate etti.mcnt State agent for the Old Uas asui
;:,1 ; i'1' with the T Oaaoltsiej englsies < V .'
wJ''( DlINTI; ., nnderaurned.WALTER |.. ", <
BASS SR.
> Office' over Oseeol Pharmacy.f .. of the eetate of Tune Baa*. '

I, HOEJlist 0'a... ln. to 12 m. Febkt.Admuuetrator. T-H.. f, MACY 8 MACHINERY ,!!
'Ornoa f ,
.' 1:301o .:30l.m.:, -to. __ . ... ."-
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a y"r Telephone No.8' .Notice. I a "

N..... .la hereby(Ivea that... u cU will reetve -: '- ,..- .0 ... ...' _0' .

..... for one eoavearer under the fellowlnveodltiaaat ] yVOYr..11/.5w'Y'.NF'Yr-'tF'Yr'alr'IlreVr'tP'tF-'R-+ "
Said eoaveiurer *e IvraMi one rood J' f '" '
Correctly
Where You Get Prescriptions '
koree.and wagon,to devote full time to aoavenaerkadetraHwara.torfveoBdmtlMMmof _\ NORTH.."!
(COO.OkU I' -Filled Reasonable Prices. ", ., .jv-:.,
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to be filed. with the teak DOt later then BOOB '
M the Mthdar of April 11108. Canned reeeme ; t '

4 Y.a herlKhttereiwttanyaadaUbide.PA.AOra.tb,190a., . It'makes no-dffe..nce! : whose' blank''Your Doctor: ,writes: W.. uitiffItFancy'Family : j 1:
a-k.
6.L GR.1t8tT
y.s'r..de. : his. Prescription on,we can fill them correctly.We .
,.... =
ELBA- HOME REMEDIES which
.matreilaw..da're'w Agents for. ,
h er, 4 w. .. =" VANS' AX3NEW are \ Groceries
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Bverr paoka. bM Hiehlnd It the taU guaranteed.FULLLINE. .
at a hens waor brrlnerp.adarb an Hi*' / are .

-I ,JUcteeat.la ash the a trade, ._ w seI _ A'tToIIW&V AT: .w.-.. fTNO t, / Fresh Meat at.j
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.NOA.ARV" PU.LJC. | TOILET ARTICLES. ... .
.. ... ; ,, ,' . . fc ,. :,. DeUuery Every;Day a.'.any Hour. 'P t.ronsate Solicit I' **.' :

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