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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: April 17, 1908
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00329
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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es>seTsreaseit.B.t bllebi<| I <*.. I.Oe-l* (HsVnl sty. IHifwhnne, Jam,,ao.' feo3. Klsslmmee. City, Fin., April 17, 19O 8.,. I ... j' ;,f'-

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'COUNTY Inepevtnr ". .
Enryeleotorbe.akCouotj' School Hoard SOLONS'IN W A lit......... ... .. . lao : T. ..
F Dlmrlo' *aball .have u.. right Ito' vote for one Yang ........U .... .. . I 00 .

candidate for Member ol the Board ol PublibInitruotion "AIIa tow ,0 .... ... .. -too .
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c( Seutareon I (Hi .. 'iR t.
: from such District, MONTHLY i .' .
IP- I SESSION. I Huvey S : : :: :3 00 :1' .i .
Ever. nleclor. la each County OommUaloner t B TombUn. 1......._and eurrlej.n.. ...'" \ "
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I. turn- . .. .
Dtetrtot /
Ualt have
the for 11 00
right to vole one .
Jae Ademinon*. lnpoetar : :: :: 3 00 ..
Gil Issued for a Primary Section candidate for County CommlMloner\ from. inch W>" Underbill. .. ..
TMelrtntr Recommendations Received From J H WelkM- .. SOS ., '" .: ': . .., .r. .
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and and . aWWalkebliupecbarand .5 ...5 -- .. ...... ... .'
Inspectors Clerks Every elector In each Justly Outlet shall carrying .-.- .
Village improvement Society. turn .. . . .. . .. .... .. n on .. '
| have the right lo vote for candidate for JnUov *- ". ;. f.f''Y'' : '. 'c .
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i Appointed. liApril" ], of th, I'.ad one candidate for Con Long List of Warrants. RebhM any ,Inipwtor.. : : J :sail:: -f: '.::. ,. .. : :? ..\ ". .... .. ,,' . .
t Stable from sock District M D'nIIdaU .. -S IK) ', ,. '.,f,," :;." ;. I\\''{ ''''' :; l 1 I I 'S : ",
14 1808.Ata i IlL_ mapeetor and carrying ....* ':.: ; \ ""'. I.' . ,!I.iV "It w' )
Every elector shall hen the'right to vote for ASDl1lt1tE, 1LA April 6, 1008. tu.- . . . .. 6 ID '< \ ". " '". j : .
meeting of the Democratic. Ex two. member of the Democratic BenaJorial The Board of County Commissioners J J h...... rued work' ,. .... 11410 ., I ... < "" .'p ,, '
'agutlve Committee of Osoeola county Andrew Hlmmon eonringballot Ina.a. T : : .
DakbtOommltses W)
in and for Oaoeola .
State '
county, W C Groom <-. teed for mule.. ,
Florida the following were present: .very elector In each election preolnut. shaft of Florida, met at 10 a. m. in regular BOO J Hdw to. road material... .SC Ml 00 fill -
T. M. Murphy, chairman; T. W. Kl- have the right to vote for ooeTnember of the session on the above dale there being W D Makliuoa ()Q. mad matarial. s 00 ' :rI' :.

T'J*, secretary) W. A. EubartjtJuJ)* ..... Democratic tbuoyCOmmltta from. such f re* present.: Walter Bass, chairman. J. Goo lWNU..Iuov.Ovss+tn. C.C par __11.. . 45 01II .: '.:( -:: ::

UAOverstreet; by proxy, C. W. Orlfn I clout.Kach. S. S r.t.too..J. R. Branson* W. R. Ie :I Brnrn..r: rle. -.t. work. .. .. H 00(K) <: ,' \ .1 .,. f "'" .

; J.: B. Tumblln. E. D. Whaley, W. person dealring! to have bla nam Godwin J. H. Walker' commissioner F Pventt d.pntM.)...election. WOO .. ... .
A.: O t! f .r : 'I' :,
abuck. Prrvmtt ;
printed the ballot 'P.. A. Vans e. a 87 .ti .
an Prim.ryEietribD a* a ; Agnew, attorney for OrPmatt p.lrh..da "
t"On. motion( of E. L. D. Overstreet, 'I I candidate for any aunty onus .ba 11 file with the board and A. E. Donegan D. C. V i & work around earl eeSe houee SA 500 00 '. Ik"t.,,' :" .'t' ," '" '<'. \
W. Ellis was elected temporary W Rfoh ", .' : ,
the Chairman of the Committee en. or before The minutes of the last regular ti>n.eourteot | M ,

I-secretary.' 'I the 29th day of April A. D. im: hi. notios ofoandldaey meeting 1 were read and approved.The .- C EL F fvtt.,.
::1, O. W. Griffin tendered. his\ raslgoa- and application to ban his passe so following letter was read: J M Walkr.wt and,_....... .. . W 407( 70 '. '''", e n' '. :. :. : .: .
I t on, which was accepted and J. W. 'p rinted, upon n blank to be lurnlabed b, the March 27th ]908. C frrratt-xnit; t." . . :9 SA "' " ',. \

Miller was elected to All his. unex aid Chairman accompanied by the amountof Mr. W. R. Godwin.. [ J Walter L K_Be.eoVrtoe., se. expen* and*fee** to. Orlando.. .. .. .. 4fl 1W ".,; . .. l", ., '.,' ,.
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pfred term, : hi.. eeanient a* apeeifled below, and no Dear Sir:-I would like for you' to C"010.-. relat. on ferUllam7. M M> (- E. J. : p it Overstreet tendered his', order from the J H Walker, enrryins- ballot bo . : .
name of any such candidate .ball be printed 1'8.0 county coronals- *** ., S 00 A .
y .resignation! which and :.
was accepted "
at returned If toners to move the road about Mesdames wi ,
| .Haanen toffee was elected to flll his upon counted or printed upon fifty J. S. Carr. S. H. .. ..
X\ any such ballot, unlea this provision ahallhav yards from my fence. I will grub a Bullock and H. C-: Stanford appeared ,. '
uo >Ired term. < been comolled with rid Chairman shall good road'around;; it. will not make before the board In behalf of the V ...... "-
J. D. Tumblln tendered his reslgnalonf -. immediately thereafter Iuralab. to each new' the road any farther. I want to makea I. S. and requested several .. v *; .. ** "" 7' '. ,
| >* which and J. F.
was accepted:
Williams all\I paper published la said county, s flint" of all i lane along the. aide the road goes to be made around the court .
was elected to his unex -
pirod name which hay been eo Bled an .candidate and to extend the road out a' little hO l.e. Ft* tbef ,.purpose of beautify O

'. W term.J. S. Carr having moved out of for.uon office l I ways ing the tfroundsMbey wish some 1.- '

.his.. precinct., teodered.hie redll'n at.loo. : The rotlng In aald. Primary. Election\ shall. be If you will see the other eomD I.- out down by the board which the

hlchwas accepted, and T.'V.' Ellis by ballot prepared and used la accordance I loners I.will be very much obliged./ board asked to hate marked and Present :

was elected seeretsry.The 'With th.proTlelon of the eau. Elootlon Law, : -- E. J.' HANCOCK.Afuer would advise atlnext meeting.Other/

official call for Democratic prl- and shall be minted and distributed under th* .. some discussion the board Improvements : such) as removing

I "mary elections Osoeolaoounty to be direction of tbl committee and on said ballot I requested Road Supervisor Over fence, board took aDder advisement. .

' i held 1 on May 19ih 1908 and June 16th .h.l11Ht printed the name of all tandldate* itreet to examine Into the road at this until next meeting '.

r IMA was read and adopted. for county office, arranged In alphabetical order K lnt and report back, .at the pet g Mr. C. E. Franklin appeared before ;

'. Whereas, there are a great many a* fixed by the Campaign Committee, allnbatantlally mefttlnsr. a the board with reference to the bai :

details connected with a primary In ooulormf/Iwlth the hallowed u The reports of the various. officers anoa doe on contract for poor farm .- ..: .

laotlon; and In the general election., were examined andapproved.. ranges and stated to tbe board that S "

Whereas, lobe members of the com The laid Committee shall at noon on lb. 6 tb Mrs. Marian B. Gilbert tre..urer. It was his understanding that he was "
tntttee (live In various parts of the day after such Primary, or_a.r.1f.all th. return reported the following balances on purchasing the 'oranges and grape ,.,",-.. 1.. ./, ;. _
:oountv and cannot be promptly reached are In. meet at th. County Court House hand'' fruit at the rate of 75 cents a box, and "

In case of ao emergency; and publicly canvass th, return and declare OonanU RwrenuaPine . . ." . I 11122 III be refused loony. any other figure, and S '.il.; '
what candidate bars been nominated by s and Forfeiture FundBeboolFund . . . :n6 72 also refused thee amount of balance ,
Resolved That committee'of three . .. . . . .. . tau a C T : .
i be appointed by the chairman, the majority vote for each oounty offloe, and In Road .. . .......... .. . . .-... .. .leM" due offering however to pay at the .
chairman to be one of said committee what__ a aeoond Primary will have to beheld 8chod 8ub-pi.t N.,. S . > rate of 75 cents. box, Including orar \
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tbs >if and/grapefruit. H .
aod Chairman and Secretary Jot shim .. having de
to all details of said .
I arrange primary to ** 4. . . . .. .. :MO 811a. I clined flll '
election, prepare the boxes, send them Committee within, two days thereafter! shall ..... Aid. .. .. .. .. 8611 eo to his oODt.r.ct.l on motion
certify to the Chairman of the State Executive: of f, S. StratWn.eoon ed by W. .R.
printing '
'o out{ er, have necessary all things connected done, and with all Committee the ,..uUof said Primary ElectionIn Total .. . .. .. ... .. .. . 1084508 I Gcdwln which motion was unanlmouslf -

.iTd election eaU county, showing the result of each Pr. For which she died certificate of deposit carried the county attorney EASTER

Above resolution was adopted and clnrt, and shall aim certify to th* chairman. of In the State Hank of Kisslmmee. was instructed to bring suit against/ !

the following committee wad appointed the Congressional Committee such result sa'to Tax col lector'a poll tax: : report was him for the enforoementof the contract.

: T. M. Murphy T. W. Ellis, tbe candidates for members of Congress examined and compared with the stubs There being no further business, ;

J. W. Miller. Tb derision. a.|ao canvass and ruling of the and amount of 912 was ordered deb board adjourned to meet. again in

OFFICIAL County Committee shall b* final an to eonntycandidate ted. rerular session May 4, A. D. 1908. *

CALLer *. Including member of the LegIliatnre Sheriff Pravatt's report showed E. L. LESLEY!: Clerk. rt
Deneeratto Prlmarr Election. In Oaeaota three prisoners, sent to the 60 By A. E. DONBQAH, D. C. *
before inch Primary.Tbefollowlogawsemeo4oseadid.lee camp m mi m mm* m mi m*+mmmi m mmHm mm
Conatr. ten* held M.y9th 1101I. and Jane
are days each.
._ lido 1- hereby levied for the various oBtoe enumerated Tax collector's report shows 114 60 A Knocker

The Democratic Committee of Oeoeol ) collected on account of license which Is 'a'man who"can't see good in any '

:'County, In the Stet of Florida, hereby aland II Member of Stale Senel ... .. . . .. I 00 amount was ordered debited. person or thing. It's a habit caused

provide for the holding of s Demoencar sic Member of Hoaseollieprsoemiallva. . IS w' Tax collector reports' the following by a disordered liver. If you find Merry Widow

} / ) Election lobe held In aa'd county atLWe .County Judge:. . . . .. . ... .. . . M 00 'I amounts to be collected l: that you are beginning to. see things ,1 :

} rs:.ler polling place la each election dt*. Sheriff. . .. .. ... .i... .. . .. .. .. .. ill 00 Oerwral Revenue Fund .. .. .. .. . ..N SS8S ". through ''blue' spectacles, treat your ,

.'trlot, during the boar*, axed b, I.W.GD Toe*. Clerk of the Circuit Court .. .. . .. .. .. oft do I School . . .. . . . . .. .... .. . .. Ml* 78 liver to a good cleaning out process _
...,. the 1MB gay of ) .,. A. D. IMS. for the County Aeeeeeor of TfSr . ... .. . . . M 00 ....... I. -. . . . . .. . . 411'1 41 with Ballard's. Herbine. A sure cure : all Oemoeratlo candidates tor . . . ... ...... . ; .... .. . . . . . lost n for constipation i f: Combs '
Tax Collector.. . '.' . .. fit 00 BeAodSaiDYt. Nifol.j.. ...(. .. . . I. dyspepsia indiges i'
[ State aa4 ',,to be voted for by the County Superintendent Of Public .Instruction . M .. ;,. '.. . ... .. .. . 1'73. t.I.Iok( headache? bllllousness,. all "

|i I.-B.moortdo.laetonat. the ceneral eteotlo to ,.it.. .. . ./...". .... .. ... ... it 00 1". ...,. ...._ '.41."t..J., IL3II II Urer stomach itnd bowel troubles.. ..w . I

,.,,be held next .,...... '..and to..appotated byths County Surveyor. .... . ... .... ... .. . ..100 Paid and cancelled warrants were *..ld by Roberson's Pharmacy.ii :. i : .11.? .. JI. .J' ; I! ".. '. t"A' ; .

D.moer.U.Oov.ruor of Florida betweenthe Treasurer . .. . .. ... . .. ..,4000) ordered credited as follows: .' e L .. : Ift :.; :: ,: ':. .;- ."' '' .
date of said Primary Election and the live .Snptrviaorof Begiatratloa. . .. ...., ... I 00 General. a.-_.. ...,tat.... .. ..... I 890 Ben Hinton Dead.v. .'..... .... ,
..JorlaoJdtatr the Primary Election A. D. 1SI9, .. .. . .:. .... rGrfettun. :.,..tI '
County Prosecuting Attorney 10 00
." ttrevlded that eeoond primary, wheN ... School Commiuiontr.... . . . . . . .. 1 00 .....r........,....vr"v; ...... .31 a 'The Miami Dally. News-Rooord of I.C ; j.

the 1Mb day of June, A. D. 190, to cb cons Jnatioe ol the Peeo*. 1t. . .?. ?.. ,. . . 'r ISO board: count of the death of Ben Hinton,

"between the two hlcheit candidate. for any of- Conitabl .. .. .'. . .. .. ..... 100 KissnofEK, FL A,,- April 3, 1908 which will beYead with profound I regret .
;1J. where. nomliutlon shall not have. beenfJBaoe The Cnmpnhrn'-raajnlt.tI'met and appointed To the Honorable upard of County hy bis host. of friends here. "J "

by m"ottlTTo&e10" ant Primary Election, Commissioners Ben Hlntoa city treasurer died
OsoeoLa ,
the. lotlowinafamneetora nnd elerka te eerv at theeomins County. Widow
"and at each aeoood Primary Election only primeeiee' ',' Gentlemen yesterday morning at ban: o'clock at Merry: '
l' ..*...elector a* were qualified to vote to nratsVlmary ID.pwWnvain , : his residence in Riverside. following 4l
Dtotrlct No. .-HM. Pf no, The undersigned would "
election, ihall be respectfully | sin Illness of several. months. ........ .. t :t
permitted to "I' .. 'f ,
1.1 '
O.W.A'blOa/, solicit the position ; "
of ,'MrTJSSWus
county enumerator '.1 ; ? .
Tb.lerm. and eonditlon on which a..aIoft.ria. The news of his death 'cameras a 'l'f. : .!: ; \ ; ,. . ;. .T" J "
; ) < IF .
Wetberbee ? 1., promising\: to fulfill the-duties of sad, \ I ;' '';' ,; '; "', ;1,
> leebrs 1 very "
to become candldatee ate to H. J ClerkDlstriatNo r': said announcement to his f .. .
Barnei ;) offloe to the best of his ability if .1'B .
Vote.,anek election* .ball be regarded aadjto E'lnr'i" r' \ hundreds of friends in this city, who OWS OV- t') '( '

:. proper Member of the Demooratle 2.-K. iIwoeolorlPad selected by your honorable board* although !knowing that_ be was very II ,. ;: ", ,.1..1 z ''' .'Y\

.,raHvaad thenlore..nUs' :ed to participate ? '., W. .Tlion. Maeleyjr .. Respectfully. your obedient R.'A. UARTOW.servant,. 111 were praying. .and hoping/ for- his ''';',' ,. .', .,' . -. , I"r t.\ .. ,.j.. .i. ":c'"

and .be candidate before aod vote at ooh eleo- _._ n n.. _a.w..nn______. sofa'_._. On motion of J. U. Stratton see* ,recovery., % & ,
Mona are a* follow' A tontbe ago Mr. Hinton made .........-- .. .. _
Dutnot s. park. Inspector onded I. ---
No. W. W. --
- by Wt R. Godwin Mr. . .
Bartow .
those (Us.. . I a trip to tbe mountains of North __.......L_ __... ....,... .
"+ aacI-iT penoae, ball b p**> W Blade I IZ. was unanimously Indorsed as count. -
Carolina lo: hopes that the "
*knitted become candidate before change
or 4o vet T. RilesR.ymond

:.. tat Or participate lath. management of nnv Lanler. Clerk I enumerator.Blgbam A Farmer died their. report I would after a.prove few weeks, beneficial. there, .to be him returned but I : ,, "
primary election fold by the Democratic rartj DItrict-N6. 4.-T, V. Fair. :
; Inspector. for
.. .i. Florida who ar. white Demooratlo .Iee....*, Marion Warren 89.51 convict hire and with it draft for- to Miami and had been confined to Dorothy Dainty .
to cover same. his
b who declare their adheranoe to the principle H. 8. Partln .. room from that time until deathrelieved

f and organlntion of the f.emooratlo party-na D. N, Floyd,Clerk toed'The following,. payroll was- exam morning.Ben his sufferings yesterday

State and coontjr-who are by the law 'Olilrlot Wo. C.-Dan Raullncon, Inspector and approved:
the else lawful .. dan .UI..,. . Hinton was one of""mo.'
j Let elector cf I" district In W. Enbaaki Jcbnllaltpt' .. . ...'. . .. ". . I p highly respected -
lb. .. a. n young men of .this Ribbon Sets 4
$ offer to vote who bar paid their M. 8. Blount Praia. Durham,>dan at '..., . . 10 \fclty and by his 't l
.poll taxes locally due not lam than ten day Young Ttndall. Clerk Leal* 8ap6m,., 17tt dare ........ : .. .. II I I genial natuaw. and ; o ol ,1
high character
/ had ;
'Vcfor lack Primary Election li held and who District No. 1-0. R. Baa, Pate Sullivan. 24daV* atSuUlran. 1.10... . 8d 00 made hundreds o.
Impeotor. IId: ll'i day at t I.lJO r. .1 a.\ friends here. .. "
.shall when Ohallenged by any elector pledge Inwriting B. H. FertloJ. ....... U.......f 1 SO..., ., . 18 00 Just to know him was like ;. : .
'" npon oath before an Inspector hi.. A. larva, 0_ Laalar. 18dq8.1 .1.SO-..... 1.10 I and while be to '; him .. .
honor tq" abide by and support the result of R. A. Bartow Clerk E rig Warren. ll days at II.M..-. . . .. .. GO lived there was none L' Y
.. Ob BuW..... 'M dare at 100.. .. '. . tee 00 who had other t.haDload/ word for .1. :
such primary aod rapport th.nominee thereof. DliUlct. No. 7.-8. H. Alderman 1101. eG1or. CharMY I.mb, S4 dare at 11.60. .. .. 118 01 him. pTow that he has passed Into If ,
: ... elector; in the county,qualified lo vote In A. IT Job. ...I 1 IV dan .
C. Wright
; tad Primary Election; shall bar the ri Doe 0..... 11..J dan .. .: ... ...:: : :: ., 16 I II ff1 tHe great beyond every one who knew "
.bt to w. p. UnderbillC. I
John Campbell:: *a-4I dan at $1.00. . him will loos; regret his removal from -
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vot* for the following officer: H. L. Chandler Clerk. Go. OrentreetAlbetttainpball... .... ........ ... .. .. eo this life A Beautiful Line- No '
'... Mv candidate*for Presidential 11.&ora. District No. t.-H. D. TlndaU. Inipeetor. .. 7W day at 1140 ..,. . 1 ma Mr. union : kw
; candidate United Jordan Tiner. day nt 11.60. .. . .. was born In Amerlcus ,
f. ;tOn On* for State Senator, K. Lemon. .o. \ Mart ttokee, road . ., . . ". tOO Ga., twenty five years ago, but batsspent ,. 1't 1'- .
candidate... Kepremotatlr in Conti O. W. B..,. '
; .. the .
/greater part of his life. In '
gray. John E. nnla, Clerk. Total ... . .. I 46* *!. 'this state. Before coming to Miami ." -w Two Afikc. :
; Two candidate for Justice of the Supreme Committee adjourned subject to call. The following bills were examined d, he resided in Klstimmee. where he was ,

I jcourt :;: v of chairman. approved and ordered paid: greatly esteemed Since, livingin '

4' "One candidate for Governor, By order of the' Democratic .Committee of Walter Baa com wand..LLa.1. .i M Miami, Mr. Hinton has' been the ": : .. l?
:;' One' osMldat for Secretary of (ttte, Onooola County, Florid. thin Uth day of John It Brauoon. earn sal. and ......... 8 Ml manager of the Miami Shoe .', .. I. ;; : : /
Jif. e..ea. dld... for Attorney '" T. M. MUBPHT J M Walk.- mlbae* .. .:. .. . . 40 :OO strict attention to business I ,'- ... '
Q{ -vandidatt Comptroller:, Atteutt Chairman. KLI_..,. =and auditor.. . . .. 41 I OO built up a large trade tor' thai .. .. ? t ,'h'ti. ;' '' ":,.J d'
:} One _Ddld... for Tre..",..., T.'W, ELLIS Secretary PAVanaA" ,ralaarTiaae. . ..... 90 84 establishment.He .' I ,:. : ....:.. r. ;
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D U Brown. Janitor . : .
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;On,candidate for ..SapirinUudent. I'abllc W O Bran on. Sal upt poor ,farm ..?.. was elected treasurer of this city :
InntructionOn ,.. care pauper .. ..n. .... .... .. . . . ... 'BO 00 and was t'e-electcd to succeed himself S S ,,-. "' / "r.-'v, .. .. .; .
/- *cn< 1ktt (for Commlwlooer of Agricul- An faster 1 Egg: Hunt. C L.Handy eoaa a* taxoollMtor.. . . ....0 W4! last year, holding that important. ... ; S :
I Mr M B Oilbtrt., oom a*__.. .... .07 III -
,.cure. The Junior KtMfanmao .r.........* Ceo not phone 1 position up until the time of his death. "o7, !. ,," '. .
One candidate for Railroad (Commluloner. League will give ao month. .. .J. .... SO He was a devout "" \ j. '.
,One candidate for Adjutant General. Easter egg hunt Saturday at Maple] W B lob_ Jdr.tL..q Court-v: : % OO Baptist church and meal.: :loan. I /' '. ::t J ?,
L .. y i .- ; .' t
I grove at 4 p. m. There will be an admission Kteeimmee B P. licfeta Jail : . S M: J, \ :" ,
0.e candidate tor Stale Cbmlt. ..... .. .. ... . aiding in the good works .
fee of ten cents for C tt. care oj jaU . , ISM I .. of that J :
'1t Case didaie for Slate Attorney of theAveti and adult'are. free The children' E I. LO.UT...dark... ..fright. and axprM organization./ ; I : <..;
( Junior's ehana j)..... ... ,. 7 et In losing afr.lilnwnthecommunity .
Judicial Clrcolt assures both Oea D llaonard ..Co. :.n.'b;; ,
youngand old a most r 7| M .
I, One candidate for Senator from lb. plne- enjoyable afternoon. Come .and 8UGUwCo.braomaadla.. .... .. 7o has suffered and a gloom has vpresd it ; \... ":.
.. Fredrl DMnfoeuuit over the whole city. '
Co. unHnfectlng ,
Dlatrlot bring the children and watch them tail .. .... .... . . .. ... .. .. 70 U His p. .
f'i,>! ,Ons eaadldM for.Member.of Ito... of "ltep.. exhibit their hunting qualities P A Vane........ Sweat bill. ..... ..... :MOO funeral will take place this r
J1: reeottlre, v A C Duwnbonr. dMafeetan. *. .,......... .S SO afternoon at :r b'clock from tbe Bap (}!,. .'.
j;j' One candidate (or County Judge, finend Mft Co. \r..., ,. .-. tist church Itev,; W. E. Stanton -<< ,
: :
Tbe KlMimmM Oaaotta. printiasT; J:8
One candidate for Sheriff, Card of Thanks.We Klaalmma* Drug Cue peBetla. ete.. .., ..* TO officiating. 1it' ...
One candidate tor Clerk of the Circuit Court, Rational Oineolnpply. auoplla*, ....... a 4* Tbe remains will be accompanied to .! ,
Tb* South norida Sentinel, ntertlon the grave by the Bay ,
I,'O..eaadtda'o.Oou.i.0; of Taxee; thinks wishto express our sincere Iota..........,. .". bai- I" of Knights of iilscayne Lodge h.'..I< T.
One candidate for Tax and appreciation for tbe ; Pythias of which the ,
Collector t.l.aot.lfNo 9\
t f r:l=.u--- .sg: deceased was a member .
\ -Oo."dld.k for County Boperlalendent of loving ktnduess extended to us by our and the "\"
THou. 40. funeral services at
friends arthls BOO t.belra...' will be
rabUelaetmetlon time of sadness In C.W.'
the DANN'
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conducted by that :
',. On,candidate for Connty Ssrveyer," '\ death and burial of our babv. _' Tam ". a OO order. -
,' The city officials will also
MR/ In
On.candidate for Cos aty Treaemrer. and MRS V. F. VAN DOZER. JH8taffM.Jr . .. $ "
MB. and MRS THOSVAN OCBreneon i GO a body as will'Flre Department, : ,
tone candidate for DOZER.: :
\ Snperylrar of Begistmllon
M N O.a.tret.. InepMtci and .
' t ....... .. .. . ennyingUrvwm. Police Force and jibe Miami Rifles.' ,
I.l. One candidate for CountPmeoatlng AUor-" i i i'' i A, .r. .. .. ......... 'MJII _
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Notice to Taxpayers. .. necessity of having a city '
foul Dele{ as at Large'lo the :National Conveallon f.. r l' Of... JI JIG treasurer, impelled'Mayor. Wharton > THE. OUTFITTER.. . ,.

. ?_ lTlrePelesstaste Notice Is hereby given thai' the Tax -.e..... .inspector. .....,. ...ana. ..sXyins... _..; ..... fa immediately after the death of Ben t.. . .
N.Uopai t.
?.. th* Convention. BOOSTS for Osoeola county will close aD b.trrt. "-"- .. ... .......lTvtI 4 OO Bin toe, the former city, treasurer, to .. c : f 1
t- fees the Second CongreMtoaal tMatrtst. promptly 1st.' ..... ... '-tar... .R 'Iw w appoint vV B. Hinton the father of . ; ( f . '

.I'.:; (lee Itember of. th. Pemooratlo_ , Vatknal Uka'due notice May.0<<111'0..Taxpayers:.... t4em.el will yea _11dar.i...;. ,.. ....f.. spw.Met.a.>......'... 41. the late treasurer to that position. . ''. .'I::: : ,'.' "'.:. \.1' '. . ... 'I>;:" ..
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att their bravest defense at the)door of ," "_ ...., i t. *'' *"* -
: the church but"'were defeated, and EASTER : -.tifcl1. in 'fime :asows:*:nin*
,the tomb of the Saviour, .was. the, ,

prey of heathen. % ,. .L'M 'Caster Uy, low, sweet i 1' : ,i :.Save mciny a ,sick.Wpcl IJ} ttfcy
ri Fourteen years later the Emperor. clear w yI .
Heracllus regained osBesBlon"'or the \) I falli nobly ori the defused ear, the childBALLARP'S '
wwf Ybw'rsope their perils, bright giving
i v4) the Christian faith I '
) tomb>> for with drw.! '
Only for' nine "years was pt'ace'' to I t To greet its dulcet notes anew- :

relgn'-over the place of.contention; ''Tbe earth awakes to spring' glad' .

llio favorite battlefield for heathen cheer.; HOREHOUND'VRUP.EVERY .

and Christian,, and In 037 the Caliph.
of Oniar conquered It 'The gaytst herald af die year "
another 300 of When April shed Iff silver war MOTHER
Then came years
liVTes' cerulean '
Bonn to Ute 1'
.comparative( silence. The tomb was \ Hue- / should keep supplied with Ballard' Horehound STuPllt'8b.-

w under heathen domination, but at I .AD er lay!' . wishes to pave. her children from serious sick
Good ,
Q least po battles raged around It I tains absolutely nothing In/UrlOWI./ does not constipate. .

From this period the !sacred buildings i Mirth reigns( for Lenten days 14 for children aa well as and should be checked bitimmediately.
emerged to become the centre of Titanic drear A cough often leads to consumption .
upheaval that convulsed the Are gone. The clamorous chantt ,.iI'

-? entire world With deer tutely mien, appears Ia'view A Household Necessity.

These< \ bnitlrs nrraved the Went ,

against the East, and caused the spill. And,joyous., joint the revels, / Smith Houston, Texas, writes "I hare tised
% J. C. ,
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family"for put
lax of octaui'of blood. They repre TJaJlafd9 Horehound Syrup In my
sent onge.tcoi1Unued, and moatcostly >Lot-I I"pod' Dame Partlett brings- -us few year, and find It far superior to any other cough
w, household should bo ..
.. Every
( conflicts In war's bloody>age8the O' An Easter ly. medicine we have tried. "

crusades.\ weans o****. supplied with this worthy remedy. u
In 1077 tho tomb had passed under The Delight. of Children. I a
the domination ot the Turks. The ?/ h

cruelties. practiced, by the heathenlll 1 .>URESCOUOHSCOLDS, W11OOPINO

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Captain Clay Johnson, Sr. Captain Clay Johnson, irRegular .
Strife Since the
tion veekly trips to Basslrger .o"d return. Roieada leaves Klislss

a Days of the EmperorConstantlne. t FL nee Tuesday morning, and arrives f.isitmmee Friday/ evening.

1 ,.. Special Charter Trips to Lake Okeer>obee and Fort Myers on the Ullle,. d

Comfortable accommodation for passengers. Rates reasonable.

r CAVE IN WHICH CHRIST 18 BELIEVED TO HAVE BEEN BORN- The most picturesque Waterway In Florida.

I CHURCH OF THE NATIVITY.on For Passenger and Freight Rates apply to
-- \\T CLAY JOHNSON SR., Proprietor,
,. I pilgrims who went to pay homage Victory after vlctqlry perched o& On board "IJllle," Klsslmnee, n a
-- to the place of sepulchre, finally the banner of the Saracens who

D ISTOnY tells us that In ever! to come to the tomb of Him, aroused Christian Europe"" to the under the great Saladin, defeated the

the one place In all the who, as Ills cardinal doctrine, taughtthe wrong of letting the Turk maintain Christian in a battle of frightful car- .......................... felf
world where noise and law of peace. his sway. nage.
strife should be forever For the events that made the tomb After Urban II became pope a On that day, the Cth of July, 1187,
hushed, and only of Christ a permanent battle ground, mighty movement began to take the cross was lost to'the Christians, ,

sounds of worship be the devout Helena and the Emperor form. Much of the agitation resulted -. and though In subsequent struggles' V'v.
; men met In Constantine are Indirectly responsible fromthe fiery teal of Peter the tomb was retaken the cross has

heard though the motives that led the Hermit, who traversed Europe never been recovered. Reserve
bloody battle recently. were the them to Jerusalem were the holiest. and produced the most extraordinary, Frederick Barbarossa. Philip II of Surprising
Crucifixes and censors France and Richard th 3 Lion Hearted t .
and Armenian First Helena embraced Christianity enthusiasm.As .
weapons. Franciscan the combatants, and the : and then converted her son, th : soon as the feelings of Europe of England headed. another effort but ..-_' -r Q f. =--
monks were keen sufficiently heated two It .
the tomb of Emperor Constantino. bad failed
cene of the struggle -was Once In the faith he made It his councils were held; the result was the Later Emperor Henry IV made afresh j

Christ.' the battlefield of the resolve that Jerusalem, city of the first cr sade. Soon. 6.000,000 soldiers effort to take back the tomb, Trained Citizen Soldiery ,
For time la motion toward Jerusalem and It succeeded, but on his death In
again to the sound holiest deed In the world's history, were
r crusades echoed of the should,not le neglected. ; commanded bY' Godfrey de 1197 the Turks.again came Into control
of clashing arms, the groans With reverent care Constantine Bouillon Duke -of Lorraine, Hugh By Day Allen Willey.NNNO1 I

wounded,'was the cheers battle of tee of believer victors. and Helena sought out all the spots the Great the Duke of Normandy, Innocent III proclaimed the crusade ............
But this not a : -
heathen versus that were, identified with the HolyPassion Count Robert'of Flanders and Vohe- that again brought. strife to the
unbeliever, \ the
against Christian. The contestants were and' erected ,on them 'jnond, under whom was Tancred. sacred tomb. N T'was'a: / wise provision to Include'military. tactics In

to teach the doctrines 1 1I 1I Fifty: thousand chl1c en.'rom ;.. curriculum ot the agricultural and mechanical college which
monks sworn
fired of the boy
"' France:Germany, with religious : higher education
nation has endowed for ,
of Peace. b
9f the Prince
short teal, made an attempt In : I'I i' for of the total number of cadet soldiers 4
This; happened only ,,a time and girl of the farm
4 before the anniversary of the first 1812, but all were' lost by shipwreck. . : graduated in the country-yearly: : : ;these luetltutlons contrl--
about ,
or' sold Into slavery: come
Easter day-,, when. the Saviour of the 'Frederick II gained possession of .....,....? bute nearly one-half. From the fifty thousand colleges student fifteen
race rose from the dead. =, = forty-he hundred; of thirty-five ,thai
and through a
Jerusalem In 1228 The fact
In the'centllfle. that have elapsed .NL+I.Ndi thousand ,are enrolled In the cadet corps.
w+ t. f It'ln for.ten years.Several : territories In-
truce kept peace w
.the last resting place of the founder i a I II these'colleges represent thirty-two states and '
t q other attempts to hold the schools of principal ,
never'known'c l- The public
ofthe faith has In llcate the national scope of this Influence. +
unsuccessful, and finally nine
o city were that
Those monks who & tactics to such an extent 4
sation of strife. cities have also Introduced military '
ofAcre .,.
1291 the sultan took possession being the High I
battle today are only carrying on the finally thousand bbjs ate cadet uolulers-the most notable command
and the Christians were academies '
trite that the crusaders caused to School Cadet Brigade of Boston which represent several public
driven out of Syria.
rage around the holy edifice: Even the end of the wars between In; the city: and suburbs and has an average membership of two
;, The bone of contention'Is, a"desire' the Infidels and the Christians did Hut of strictly military schools there are one hundred and has

y to control the sainted sepulchre.'It not bring peace for the Saracen con hroughput ,the land. Nearly every state has at least one, New! York j,
this ambition brought Caiollna *
was that. North
trol was disputed by-.other heathen .hlrty-two. New Jersey nine, Pennsylvania eleven. "
_ r the crusaders swarming from all nations. The Mamelukes took the Texas nine, Wlmonsln four, California nine and Illinois five. These stat! .
Europe, and now a form of the same centers of sOldfrmaking.
the {
1382. The Turks recoveredIt are quoted merely w how widely dlptilbuted! are '
S"star city .In
desire has the monks of the Francis school that can
In 1G17 by the valor of Sultan Se- .And-th are within reach of any reputable
L can order and the Armenian branch means tJ Under these
llm. The son of this leader, Sollman muster H conn of (' and fifty or two hundred boys.
forever at each other's throats : for
caissons I
field\ pieces
built the wall that-now surrounds the conditions the will furnish
They over the right toy for
quarrel necessary
Is only
the battery and arm the corps with saber and rifle. It ;
a weep olt thesteps, and the Greeks, condition. 1
city.At last, being unable to occupy the the school authorities to give )pond to return the equipment In good 1
though they had little part In bringing be
home of the scenes of the Holy Pas- Thus with weapons of actual warfare the routine of the regular: army may
,' the tomb of Christ under Christian Institution*
; lion, -the Christian nations made anagreement faithfully followed. Ten thousand young men coming from these ieVl'ry .. I
r control, have) profited so skillfully decade to th 7.lass
+ w year mean an addition of a hundred thousand men In a 4'
by the quarrel. of France with
.v -frm
t I of American citizens available for the country's protection.
have ingratiatedR
Turkey that} they
themselves with the pasha till he is "Training Our :Minute Men of the Future" In the Outing :Magazine .'

regarded as their silent, ally. I v M M MM t .

In' this, last battle one sacristan I
bad his skull smashed in with ami r,. at M

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ac Ey Samuel E. Moffett. .,
churchesand the and neverceasing -
: ultable memorial. on way
of disease ,reduced 0 the future historian the report of the Forest Serviceon >1:
Over the spot where the cross was ravages
discovered a chapel was erected and the ranks 'of the crusaders till onlya : :::: the lumber cut of the United States for 1906 will be a

a c.a the sacred wood itself was retained, fraction of the first force remained. fTl: document of melancholy Interest. It will be lUte a, con tern- '1
la Jerusalem by Helena and placed On. the 28th of June 1908. the Christians porary description of.the slaughter of the last great berdQj.i ;::

under the great basclltca or church defeated an army of 200,006 of' buffalo In 1875. In 1906 we slashed from our'disappearingat\

;e, A rrs erected by Constantino over the placeof Mohammedans and on. July 16, 1909 iwlth the sultan by which forests about forty billion feet of lumber, worth seven hun d,

Christ's burial the final battle fought In Jerusalemand they ceded his right to control but [J !"J: dred million dollars. It was more than we had ever cut y7
The erection of these buildings, raging all around the sacred got In return permission to worship .. before. It seemed as if we could not bear the sight of a

particularly the church, made Jerusalem tomb, saw the object of the crusade there and to have the sacred basilica standing tree, and had been seized with a frenzied eagernessto

a place of pilgrimage, such aa successful,. and Chrlst'a last fasting' In charge of Christian priests. turn the last remnants of our woodlands Into,barren wastes of.stumps In '

V It has remained to this day: place once more restored to Christian But even this has not brought the shortest possible time. ":

For.' 300 peaceful"'years the crossremafaed control. peace to the tomb, and Easter 1908 In BOOM kinds of lumber the hand of destruction is already Stayed by the : Jf

at the basilica. .and nothingbat Not for'long' 'was' It to remain thus. still finds strife and hatred where heck of anything! more to destroy. In the seven year* between 1899- and : ':{.
the worshiping songs and prayers For fifty years the newly formed should be. 1906 the cut of white forty and oak '
only love and worshlp. pine has been reduced by over fercent: ,. ;.}J .
: of the faithful resounded over.. the Christian government In charge of,. by nearly as much. The average value of lumber of all kinds has Increased in ".'

., ''', sacred 'Itone.In .. ;- i Godfrey de Bouillon suffered under Let me iriHe. Roll from my tomb the same period by torllIloe'percent, an eloquent" commentary the
"--warfare and* slaughter repeated attacks of Egypt-and Syria, The scaling clone of sin; ,
614 varieties-
& A ' '- : \\ .' ..until finally It'.w&l forced to appealfor .Helena my Koul that bath been shut progress: of.- exhaustion. The stumpegovalues of the principal, FA
( ,_,_. ._ --__nL-.. .,.,,._, came upon""the holy spot., help to Europe, which .resultedIn Bo long therein; trees'"haye doubled and tripled In seven years.: ,Yellow pine has Increased
was stormed by the Persian king I.t me come from the grave without. from .J to 83.10( to'18.52aah'trom 3.03 A
A thousand( teat, oak from 13.18
r heavy cansdrsnd'a. number < Chosroea ,II. The Christians made ,the'second; crusade.\ The envelope of crippling doubt.
. . to swept
7.68. and white! pine from 3,64 deraatatlon bas
? bstantawent to' hospitals'fer' ,tre.t.lDent. u. '" to 809Tn Un.. ,
n f I t .... '.." .. ._ .. ... .. .- '.. are
y .. ., ISo frequent bave, the qniar- across the continent, until now the older .Iumberproduclnc'rectou
1I been In the last decade that often eclipsed, Washington has ,now become ''the; r tlitate In the. :volume of Its

5t LlotTrels: ; ,' soldiers nave been forced.le) cut Gnd' Louisiana the .econd" Wlsconrtn baa gone down from first' place In

.r: :tiaterree.! ; ''i 1906 to third 11). 19M'11 U'stili declining l The.rapid exhauatfoq'Of'the finer to

:;'...rrenh.Oreek and Italian consuls- T l woods i. bringing poorer varieties to the front, but It Is only,* matter of 'a' ix

times.been dragged into. I the few ytan before a. lree of any kind will, commUl4. the fe.pecfdu, to;rsrit7Collier's ,;
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:. :\ that happened I" said'Sophy, gently. "' ,of 8trik.-Breakers to Take the '

TRECANONS1WARDN : Did she mlndt A* tithe oneraalguerddn'of Place of Union Street Car Men ': News'Notes
r fI-i iioEd !\ such an enterprise toad \, ,, ". .- ..w
not( been the right 'and privilege ot Cause Trouble salt

\: b' OaLTAL6OPJORBYII1UDI(65&! ; ( 1:;: !:J narrating which had It.lately As ]1f'the buoyed; sole her thought up la a Tha brlng1ng ot-a CM load of strikebreakers .t.... ... ... ..... ..... ..... ... ... .... ... ......*.". 'i ... ..... ..... ... .... ....., .... '": ?'" ,.....

.,... .,.e. IBYIAMESPAYN.-J. A !:) been sea of the'superstitious reflection that terror fche bad would not to to.Penaacola.' {Fan from SL .Protect From Veteran. j Waterway from'" Boston to)Key: Weal>;

1:- D...u'., ..................... .. r1o hereafter pose before an audience Louts Friday afternoon by' the Pensa- -Tho. ,Thompson O. Lamar Camp The project, of/,* gro$.11\1aM :water,

.. .-......-.-.,-..., ..-.-.-..-.-.-. (limited though It must need be to cola Electric the 'ignaf Confederate Veteranaof, Tallahassee,* way from .Boston to. Key*W"t.M,
-- --- - -, y - -- Company was
'.' ;, : ; = ono person) as the heroine pf a'mel I at a recent mitring, took the following gala discussed! with President Roas4
ti., r L {CHAPTER VIII. 1 el* had not been labor lost In' this : odrama!. for ,rioting; and disorder such as baa. action relative to removing the battle welt 'at' tie *'bit jiQusqincashing"; :: .f.

< Continued; case. < I She told her story with a solemn. not been experienced In tint city la aga and relics from the capitol; too a few day ago,: member of the
"I'd rather lose my iblmble-4tnger. face and In a gruesome tone .which '
'"ComradiiVahiT "e' informed house from state interested
.."He branch Miss than venture on ouch a twenty year Been 'being'
was rowing ujon some Sophy, r.a Bhe;flattered herself. enhanced its "
Clf the river where boats are for- thing replied the 'girt. "Yet for horror. *" No sooner 'bad the strike breaker that the adjutant-general 6t the .rrfeaent Recently 'a bill"was Introduced '

bidden, and was caught by the chain your sake rl\.try\ It.: Give me tbpSowers. "I let nvyself out quietly, .Miss So- arrived and itarted from the ''union atate., J, C, Rj Foster proposes to. re- In trio house; providing for' 'a
across tha''stream, I must go and seethe ." >hy by the back door and hurried depot for the car shots than a fight mova' the 'Confederate battle flags now survey for a alxteen-foot Inland waterway .-:

poor lad, I' suppose," said the tutor -, 'Good' Jeannette, dear Jeannette down tothe street to do your bid occurred between them and the *ympathlxers -- deposited la the! capltol at Tallahassee, trom' fr>st)n to! Beaufort; B, O..,

with melancholy apprehension, you are, the beat of friends;, think 31n,. It seemed to me a* It everyone ot the union men. and "from to the new arsenal established at St. by Representative I Moore, of'Penreylyanla -' 11
tor ''his organization was' delicate or bow I shall count the moment.till I met must needs know wbat I authority''
the corner of Palalox and, Wright. Augustine, This he taa the, ,who recently returned a
mode.of Iltebad It back ,
his come again. 'and
you bent nobody can tell
upon treet I, where the first battle occu..ed.there to do under'section --, chapter -. trip through Florida and portions ()t.I. ;
ao, ,"and then. telegraph to'his fath .Then} Sophy.look the flower and, the shivers that aeiaed upon'me as I
er." notwithstanding the need for .haste, neared my journey's' end. When Igot was a continual riot In' which laws of 1907,, unless .prompt steps are Georgia At Savannah ho ''met Secretary ,

ti "A terrible, tank" observed) the wlth-ceat-handed'aklll and tAte arranged ; to the house In Green, street the ,. bricks, bottles' and shells were hurled taken. to prevent It. Straus, Reprosentstlresmali. ;; and!
t canon. "Good heavens 1C It had been them and gave them 'to her blind were down and somehow that at the strike breakers, and In turn the "The capitol cf ,,s state U tlie only other deeply Interested In the' project,

'''my boy!" maid; for women's lingers are.not.asthose'of reminded me,so of what lay within latter' tired shots, used, heavy stick proper place of deposit taf there .*.' Mr. More: Informed( Secretary

'"You would have less to. regret, ,men,; but, will deftly work lit that you might hue ::11n'>Cluid mo and brick. erred relic, and'the men who followed ,Straus that from his Investigation that

my friend In many- ways," 'said the when the heart Is sick, with sorrow down with a feather However I For over an hour tbe riot continued them through! the war have the rightosay ho believed: It to ,be ,ff' llbl. to.connect

"t tutor, rising.; and heavy, with trouble, and 'devise rang the bell' which waa answered the strikebreaker. gradually fretting; < .Wow 'and where they .ahall be up the &rlOOI waterway arteries. so
X The Instant that found her- things of beautyfor: 'the tomb as if '
v Sophy bY' Mrs. Aylett herself. Perhaps she nearer' to the. cal barn; ,but before) kept We suggest that you: addreaa as to permit; of ,...Bel. going from Boston st ,
calf alone she flew to the bell'whlcbti they were tor the altar. to at. ;
found it company poor woman,
the or'' similar petition to Key West, A sltt3en-fcot .,
Jean-' they reached there about a dor.en.badi enclosed aL : to channel
mald few
;. summoned her wailing- For a minute, after end to the ''door and anyway, aha '
mistress. been wounded and were picked .up on the governor entering} your earaaatproteat would not bo necessary from Beaufort
;; "Jeannette, come here, I -want nelte's departure her young seemed very pleased to see me.' She '
.... you'r! she cried, In a hoarse wblaper. I sat sick at heart and already tremu- told me how It had all happened of tbe street where they wre''left by -against 'the, proposed trans 8 Q to. Key Wwt' l.' >.j :now,

.... "You know what has happened .of lous with expectation of her return; course and how be had been broughton sympatnlcera of the striker fer., We do not ,want .our treasured' proposed to amend the bill so as to '

course.": *" '-'. ."-' ."-' I then suddenly she rose and went to a stretcher with his beautiful face' When! near the car barns jeo: fierce and hallowed flags made an attractionat provide for a survey of the entire At,

"Yes-,- Indeed, miss; It'* an. awful her desk. It had tor. tho first time covered up which gave, her autb a was the onslaught on the body of Imported a winter resort frequented only by Isntla coast at far' as Key Test That ,

thing to bave chanced to anybody. 1.1 occurred to her' that therein'also lay turn ahe said,' as she .thoubt abe wen .that >trey\ separated and northern visitors Too( many sacred president repeated what, ,tie ha s.\
can't." I'm BO( sorry as t would wish'to I proof otia her' cl.ndestlne 'relation should t to her dying
never cluat.r'
c around .
fled thirty' running Into a negro house memories these flag often deolared-that' ha ieel* a' deep e
be: but I dare s.y. ,notwltltand..Ing with the dead'man; which, though day, 'There;'was nobody.had been to "
While the remainder reached the car for ustq'glre even a silent consent to concern la the Improvement of all waterway
all that' come and J gone you feel Indeed they did not hint of marriage, see him, though many bad 'called to '
'It; one's husband la one's husband" were significant enough of the affection hear It,the news 'waB true, and,1>Ir.. barn and barricaded'tbe doors, There any such desecration., la this country that 'will aid'
?.' I -""" '"Hush; hush! '1 am Rot:safe yet 'that bad once existed''bet Mayors, the tutor, had just been and they remained during the night with ."We want them to remain In the his-, In: furnishing:addltlopal .tr lportaUon..

...', Jenuy." them, '. seemed frightened almost, to'death; friends of strikers surrounding :them, torlo old \capitol!. whore the. men who -
"Good heavens! the waiting-maid She had never been so reckless ns tjbougat there was nothing now to The thirty men who gained the negro, ;followed' them and wbo atlll love them The' United -Blat engineers office

a turned pale aa ashes; one woud have to write to him, either 'before' vr I frighten' anybody she said for he house barricaded the doors, took can aee them and tell their children of has Instructed the local' official of

thought she anticipated V hat her -sh ce'their'marriage. 'The witnesses i looked as comely as could be with the police over an ho"ir to disperse the the glorious ''deeds done' under them, 'that;branch of the government service

mlatrean. wns going to say of that ceremony, mere officials In I his fine limbs showing through&!. the mob and remove the men to places of Get all tbe signatures you can and do to make Immediate preparation 'for1 y
''1'\0, not safe tet. When poor Herbert one of the city churches and Jeannette sheet, poor fellow and would I like 'destroying with
it at. once. dynamite the wreck of
c left me at the mill, Ibis! afterI herself, were now the only repositories -' /Ito see him' 'No,' said I. thanking safety '
noon'; he informed me It was his fixed of her secret If Herbort her kindly.. 'I wouldn't like that, IfIt The riot( occurred so suddenly that -' -. ,the Eugene, Batty; now; ,In Tampa bay,

intention to write to his father .and had not put his threat of writing to was ever BO, but I had brought the detail of police, beaded by Chief At a meeting of a number of the'elgar near the second! beacon.When com

". "tell him all. his father Into;effect./ of'lt that letter, some flowers from my mistress who Saunders. was nowsrlesa for some timeto manufacturers' of 'Ybor City, Ing Into the bay )last January the Batty

I. >"OhClndeedf'r Jean net to strove tot eould 'be.secured, she would be sate had known the poor young. gentle quell the disturbance. Weal Ta iaard! Tampa held ,at;;the was run Into by tha United State

t throw some Interest Into her tone, But would it be secured? It was ten man.' At 1Q p m. the mayor Issued' Spanish iasirjv, resolutions were government supply, steamer General,

but the words fell flat. It would have o'clock when Jeannette had departedon 'Oh, yes,' she said 'ahe knew proclamation ordering all saloons adopted 'calling the. attention of the, Timothy ''Pickering and the ownersof

been plain to any one not -wrapt in her -errand, and the audden Bound that,' and"in such a meaning tone closed.' The board of public safety ordered people of Florida to the effect which the wrecked schooner'presented' a
''other matters that"the girl had ex- of the quarter, brought upon the tbat it almost made heart stop.
my claim
ii' the marshal t. swear In a sufficient the enactment of the state prohibitionlaw for damage against tbs government
pected a much more serious com wings of the north wind from some "Then when Mrs.. Aylett! left men I '
;. Quell would hav the cigar and kindred Which has not been settled
I number of deputies to any upon a* yet -
munication."Po ( .. college clocjc, had just died away. the sitting room I lost not an In- '
'. industries of Florida. The ) aa far as the'publlc I I. informed,
you see/' continued Sophy How terrible was' this time of wait- stant but' ran straightway to bin further disturbance preamble :
would : states that the people engagedIn but order< to destroy the derelict
Impatiently, "that such a letter Ing! s. .. writing table, as you had enjoined '
be ai ruinous to me as though he The. letters of the' dead man were on me and the very first thing I RETURN OF COTTON TAX the cigar Industry manufacturersand a schooner nave been promulgated" toeliminate''any' '

had' told'tbe canon?" In her band and rhe was about to saw leaning up, against the upper employee, are. nearly alt Span daoser; '',10 passing craft, ;

+ "It would have been if It had been put them.Into.the empty grate previ- portion ot the desk, as If waiting to Urged' by Representative. Alken. lards, Italians and Cubans-people from the "wrecks a

written)I' but the poor'young gentleman ous to setting fire to them when a be posted, was the letter, directed to Through\ Passage of His Bill. who are law-lbiding,' temperate In .

never got home" to write It.1"VHe sudden Impulseor the attraction of its father.. I thrust It In my pocketIn In' an elaborate speech In' the houseof every respect and who use but do not At the opening of/ the next theatrl-

: did. be did answered Sopby. repulsion-prompted' her to read a flash, and was ready for the representatives Friday: Mr. Alken of abuse tbe use of 'wines| and llqu>rs: .eal, 'le .on Gainesville will boast ot'one '
;;with Intense excitement He went them. She sat.down'and,, took them landlady, when, ,she came out. close ,
I South Carolina urged the; passage of light wines being used by the Latin' of tie handsomest playhouse lathe
out oil the water a second time and out one by one from the india-rubber by the folding door with'the money
In ,the meanwhile tbat letter may band that held them together and, you had given me for her. She tookIt his bill to provide for refunding, to lawfulclatmant race1 as"c>>ltee' and te.?:'. being used state or In the'aouth,.forjthat 'matter -

have been 'written." as It happened '10 their Inverse orders though not very willingly, saying the proceeds of the cotton by the Amerleana, and 'would regard considering the, population of the"

"Let n"hope for the best "mis; as to'date. There wall' one or that she did not need a present for tax collected by the government Ulegaily aa an unwarranted Invasion of their,' city.: A* has already been stated,. K.Balrd !.

perhaps It was not written." two wrltten'attertholr marriage, ap. doing what was nothing but a pleasure : a* hI!. claim, in 1863-68. The total personal Jtb !rttea the"taking away this who owns, the present opera '

"I, have bad enough of hope and pointing time and place for their to her though a sad one and amount of this tax, he Bald..w.* more privilege, and 'would probably DII unable ;; hC'jge! decided some time 'ago to trana-
fear,/:" rreplled! Sopby, wildly! "'Ob. clandestine meetings; but even these then I came borne with my heartbeating i dollar of handsome
e a -than elxt-<:!gbt million to maintain the 'Industry locally .forra' the same Into ;a, and never forget it1 /'me now and I shall were not free from reproaches and pit-a-pat,, with like lead.the "letter In'my I'' which the, eleven cotton states paid should prohibition b. enforced? modern theater,, and'' preparations for(
>' expressions of disappointment a*'well bosom feeling
do anything In the world and nearly elxty-flve million dollar. remodeling! the house bare new begun./
1'..... will as.impatience. -even threat.. Sophy roaawlth grateful look I Hllleborouth
'." I The___ ,tv sheriff___ office .
for'you dear mistress.. But what can For the moment, as she read, the kissed,the blrl. 'UntUyou broughtthis I u -r -----r--
Y .i dot If,the letter' <
,-11ut! 11 has 'not .gone:!' ,put In', was a young girl without experience: heart was 'lead. ''Thouglthl.*' sad -. letters, from unknown: 'pa 'U I. A gardener and celery grower of rear

Sophy, eagerly "It; may have ...beenAwrittenVbut ot the'world. full of tender dreams; matter Is now. over- and .all belonging Delegation will 'Go to Chicago);Convert- few days ago a missive, 'written In a Daytona seized with.'. temporary Insanity.

f. ) it could not, have been the man'of -her choice bad declared to It"-here she put the closed ,tlon Unlr _tructed.. .- scrawling hand 'and ignorantly composed : asaulUd with his IOn-ln-.wJt. A., '
4.: in time for the post It It had been himself he was the handsomest. of letterrlnto the flame of the'candle, Massachusetts .sheriff's hammer inflicting'a"sti: c
The four; man who will! lad the was pit| Into the s 0 IDee Mauley; with a .. !
i ;written at'all, It will still ba lying In created beings, and one pf the best, and held It till It was utterly destroyed 'delegation to the, republicanconvention by.. some means whichthe,, of lolalt can' rlou wound: then ,setzlnlarovolver1
poor Herbert's room. ?Jeannette, you -"I hU never forget the
though ( la the there
as always
';"' must get that letter.." ."'. -*' 'was a .want of appreciation ot him service :you' have 'done menever.. I 1'. :will ,go to Chicago '',,un-, not find out and when opened It contained tw sent a bullet crashing Into bl*

:1 "Oh, :Miss Sophy0but<,I, cannotyjjf ,--! In.: some quarters. It was only, however 'never J but we'will, talk of that to- 'pledged.! .?.*' '-i/t, ; "* tbreat.gaIDBIr E.D"lbbba.: brain, dying' almost 1IIIantly.Tbe'

daro Jjot." I. necessary to know him (as she morrow, It Is getting,late, and you (I I., The .state convention, which "was the new sheriff warning him that he tragedy: occurred at, Ma1ey'bomev, ::$; '

.Jf% "A1' picture! 'had presented! Itself toi did) 4 iWe him:; What a future bad must be tired enough after-- all you held, In Boston., Friday, adopted resoluI had laterferred 'enough In ther pea but no data.1 a* to the trpubla leading'

''''' . her 'coarse"but"ready Imagination, seemed 'tb lie before' her!' have gone through" I I tlons endorsing Governor Curtis Guild,. ple's business,' and that he must In 'uP.t3 the tragedy, bave baen-learned.:

)I from which she shrank with horror, At they remembrance -of: all those "Very good( Miss Sopby." returned'the .Jr., as candidate for tho ylce prea deni future keep, hands off. The;, general.

albeit' she was a bold girl things Sophy's heart melted within other, lingering at the door "are i tlal nomination and advocating,a "wise opinion Is that the letter la _*- joke.. The present ,lndcajlons are that the

r "Yet. Jeannette you" have done her, and she burst into tear* -not you sure you would not like me to revision of the tariff Others,, however believe It emanated cltrus'cropof the utb.r .,. eUon.'of h ta '
than this for pleaded her
more me tonlghU""No.
because the man we knew was dead, sleep In your room I from the same source pa'the'letters Dade'county will ba the largest
mistress "and with a willing mind
thank you, Jeannette; answered -
'' but another man, whom, to say the TREAT WITH UNION recently' Italian grown! 'The pineapple, fields In
prominent Are
,;You have .done wrong for' my sake; her mistress simply so bur- WONT received by ,
truth, //no one but herself bad known I '
< even though yon' disapproved of It, and because all the hopes and joys, led in her own thought that she; residents 'pf Tampa who had employedthe tplendld 'condition and] give' promlie ;

'sand YOU cannot disapprove ot this. of her life had perished with him. could not perceive what could be Penaacola Street Car Company AnwrChamber sheriff to ferret out their .autarB.: ( of a large crop. The mango and avoca r

If the letter get to its destination A* she sat with bowed head over the plainly,read Jeannette' frightened of Commerce.The 40'' trees 'hAV blouomed exceedingly

'my secret Is out. It will be almost Igr.y. ghostly ashes of some letters face that the waiting maid was saying I Street car company In Pensacola, C. F. Ordway of the United States ,,heavy and the" fruit IS setting well',*o '

a* bad for me "a* it seemed to have Jeannette came softly Into the room. two words for herself and' one Fla., In replying to a request from the custom house In Tampa who-has Just that the Indfcatsnl( 'are that there wilt

been yesterday, I Her face was 'deadly! pale, and her for her mistress.To chamber of commerce to- settle the returned-from an ofljclal visit to Wash' be a 'heavy crop 'of all kjnd of fruit
"Nay It will not be so bad a. that Continued
be :
:, xnlss." j I head moved from aide to Bide, but '- troubles between Itself and the strikingcar ington, brings the first news of the this season a

'-., ,' "It will-not be where you think jtJa not trembling In negation motion; ...It.\Ich.was,when only their that A Successful Expedient. men by arb.ltrltlon" replied! that con tern p'aied' eiNablUhment of a' pure -'

,M: ," said Sophy,:. ghastly pale,;and A certain prominent minister was the company"' doe not propose to deal food station at: Tampa where are' to' Tampa authorities believe they have
nerves are highly wrought some
wo- '
.kingjjn a nushod tlIei.1t will I menoth.rwIBoeUposelsed., are unable compelled not long ago to give strict ;' with the striker as a union but will be tested all' the Imported products! 'caught.the firebug wbo baa'been starting '

be In his.sitting room, on his writing to repress. ordertbat" while be was engaged in take the men back,; as, Individuals. coming Into that port There are only numerous.fires: 'about, He

table near the window. You know "You have found It?" cried Sophy tbe preparation ot his sermons his -- c. two of these! bureaus now In the south Is Oenilo G drlgrtz; an Italian, arrested

his landlady, Mrs. Aylett""Yes starting to her feet. young 'son must be kept reasonablyquiet To Probe -Jlm Crow Cars A one 'at Savannah' andone at"New Or .Monday morning after.he had aet fire
I know her; to be sure we In of this however '
getat'1tthrongli'ber Perhapsfor _."Ves.,1, have found It. And when spite most The Interstate commerce commitslpn leans. Tampa will make the. third do 'a house, on Pine street, West Tam.' i"'
can ; ,.. there arose one.morning a aa-
you have done thanking Heaven, Miss expects soon to hold ahearing'inconnection for 'this section tOf the country. pa. After place.C\ ";'the
a ten-pound note she way be ..In tonlshlng noise of banging and ham- :>olng >n Wet
duced letus.have the letter.andto J Sopby (for her mistress had broken mering, which seemed to indicate) with the letter 'sent by PresIdent --- Tampa Jail the man succeeded Insetting '
bold her' tongue.-( of out devotional into a most passionate expression that the steam-heating pipes were Roosevelt to the department of) The Lake Heen'Own: \: council baa lire t to' the,'jail,' brat the flame'
gratitude) 1
i p "No, no. What! another one to consider a little what I have you gone may being knocked to pieces. Hurryingout Justice la regard to enforcing the laws had n' 160-foot well put down on their were discovered-before,' much damage'was '

flshare- my secret, and to keep me under through to get it. There it Is. It of his study, the minister en- requiring equal accommodations for.I grounds( south 'of the Supply store. bone, ,He,',appears,to be Ine.neit .,
j< her thumb'for life! You iuuBt be countered his wife. I t
negroes and white passengers. furnish water to
was terrible to have to hold U In my .' and are planning to -
mad to think of It. We must give "My dear what In the world laBobby'doingT" ,
band; but It is what you wanted, I the stores and houses In that neighbor- Celery: shipment."'from Lakeland are
her money, of course, but not as a" he asked.
''bribe. Now' listen to me: It ls a hope. "Why, he I.I only beating on the I SUNDAY BASEBALL UPHELD. rood. Tuey have also voted to have n-:* very 'bea"r.J- a4 l 'lot tt I going out

hocking thing, but it must be done "Yes yes" murmured. Sophy, gazIng radiator downstairs," was the some I ---.I. about n mile of cement walk made, on quite Ills,,11f,,ez past two

j"5f.9u must take UUS)4 flowers+you ,I at' the letter the envelope of what surprised reply. Mobil Judge 'Doclares'Prevsntlve Law the west side of Lake View avenue year 'celery/gr6triirr! w- merely an

may cay they came|from my1 aunt which, was 'unfastened, with eager, "Well he must stop It," the minister Unconstitutional. and south side of Main! street, and experiment *,with 'the' grower. who,

'a _".N'rla. or even' from myself; there !, heated eyes. !"This Is biB father's ad- said decidedly."I ,, Judge Jules E. Alford of the Inferior north side of Harlan avenue The coat however haw learned that t. a very superior'Quality -
dress. I have no doubt It la what I
be harm In that, don't think he will harm It, "' '
)'WII no foot .
,1. will be about 60 cents a running ; ,, .
' wanted. "but would mind makIng criminal court at Mobile Ala., has producedi"and
T<' "What put"them'on him! Ntf, ; you dear" his wife answered soothingly:
i miss I couldn't do It. not to save my: sure, Jeannette? I-I- hardly "and it ,II the 'only thing that, will declared I the law. parenting? .the playing five feet wide.Pa'atka's that the'vail' 'aia'.well adapted' to itsculture' "

iA'j; lit*. 'I always te.nd.him., but. I like'to read It' keep' bid 'qulet.-The. Argonaut.Fees' .' of baseball' on Suqday to be un successful I .asTat: __Sanford.. 1I
It was not the notion of lnfrlng< city election'was pulledoff ----.-" ;
fear,him now ten:thousand times;ai ; constitutional II"" '" : : .
I ',.1 much Not If :you"gave me a hundred Ing 'a private right (since',she had. For Technical Examination.of This means that baseball will be the past week without special incident The",lIC>teel' ,]Miry' Innat Sulphur 't"

pounds I couldn't' de' It.'' Indeed, become' possessed of the the The German fee for technical the examinations high schools j j I played In the three Southern League or unusual enthusiasm a fair Springs,, five< 'rnll--, tbrth-6f l '; Tampa;, i ,
"No one want to do it," said thing by so doing) that caused her polled In all tbe wards., F. was.tttalljr '
you have been fixed on the following j I town In Alabama, provided that tea vote being : dettrt etl byaflre; "one night ;o
to feel scruple but certain
.: Sophy, earnestly "Give them .toN this a Herbert Wilson, was re-elected mayor the'' past,week. Tbe*, loss. only ,
scale: For. the preliminary diploma chedule can be changed .to molt Montgomery ( partially
tenderness for the dead man himself \ '
:Mrs. Aylett. she will do it; and while ezanlinaUon for naturalized I ." without opposition. A majority)' of ,the, covered by 'Insurance is
,sixty marks Birmingham. ; ; $8.000. .
left which now that all danger 11'.. over,. and
abe is about It : will be alone
:,..(> In the sitting While you have began for the first time to stir within ( Germans, 180 marks for foreigners .. 't t .- municipal officers were also' elected( The, origin of. the fire I.'' toot known, .;
i'; ,, for the diploma examination I without opposition.J but It '
Jo ; )
the chance, lose not a moment; the ber. She did not wish have ,is'thougbt-tQ'be; : Incendiary;
120 for German and 240 SPURNED '
marka .
new cause ot dislike' dread ? .- "
letteri will be lathe desk or In the any or
fclottlng-pad..'If It, ba been written against him such a* the content of marks for foreigner'for tbe-doctor I ..p :fr J -_. E, Whittle and E.: Clement the Large shipments, of. vegetable. are)),

'!" at an.-- ; : this missive -were" almost sure to of engineering examination,140 mark, i Organized Labor Objects to That Wage former a 'wholesale liquor-dealer and yet 'going"'north 'dally-from the,lower

)'Very'good: mlasr for'your sake'I( prove... !' of when which the the examination flrsthalf thesis to is be banded paid- *;for, ,'the,.Unemployed.! the latter a, Jeweler; :we .'arrethd nPenaacola Fast Coast; It I I. reported that Lemon.City ? -
will do my beet I will go to.Green "Read its'exclamed': Jeannette, few days agj. by:: United
t 'Tne-iitloo YturWlladeinnla a >sct out tile largest number of
; ,i'Of .l scare
cltlxens .
wouldn't'read It'oq' -ln. *ndthe'temaindecbefore'theoral -
"I It ,
d street tbe very.Drat'thing to-morrow ; gavemefifty ,, with
p. - <" deputy 'marajiala. charged In
States a single day of '
examination, la '.keD.. any place along j l
pound. la It pot- enough that :'committee.
perman3pt In
morning. ; relief. I "
aupplles Issued ;}
as 'pledga the line of
a. -- I IapproprlallDs. receiving the' norlda East Coast railWay -, ,
To-nlghtJ' to-night.! .exclaimed, you, made me steal It, with him lying v ,
& her:;''' mistress. 'Wringing: heft little dead and there, I didn't The Extreme*. ._ $5,000 to the, cltytobe'rased :) 'to soldiers'-of( the United State; tray;. ,-taeFe .being',eight: "car*. The,, ibljH..",:' :,'

gSLanda., "To-morrow p-It, wlll.be1 too mean t.cast it'.UP against'you.MI"SophJ''pllt"ln ; ?*Coflf) f''blooded! Why' Henry iJ.} 1 ] tot' flve;l municipal- c: .wprkVtajUio.unemployed : :; which -Is af1, ''strict..yoJaUo.a[ 'ot. a, meats from< ,'that point.
jaterfre-dayt othlng* will b* :touched,'; ;the girl frightened believe yon"would actually calculate at. the rate off Si a da//; recent' act' *f. eo llrreu. Tbelwomu.It to average aye 'cars: dally l'i:!', 't

.. 'It always I I.tIC) when there 1* to be an at ber .J lI.tre..look' of horror;'' "U 1 whether" or Dot a girl Wal' a good' vas denounced by 'majority "those' Ii 'alleged, :accepted 'oierc'Oatf and ;Attogetber'the'Iower', ; East'Ocast''baabad'the ,

"" s tnqueatJ"! >. was not quite *o bad *. you are' housekeeper while kissing bar.. -,.. pielentCmee'of tbe unemployed clothing from ioldUra. as, pledges la. beat'vegetable season.,tlUt lt, ,:' .
'" "
''Jil.i t):'':"! '> Bopby'. reading of'"a.DlatlQna1 nor'S thinking"after: all,. w *J Lite. of 'organized labors .> ? exchange: for gods given the men i'(ha had tor cetera year*: } ,

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'lissa.Met VII \GIzek'\ by there bv all gnottemen who are, should anxious be to followed dl o., ' BLANK' .FOR COUNTY OFFI

P something and make our count.,. ...
famous for Its truck gardens. "' .
i rUBUBHKD: CVXKY FRIDAY. .That Mr.,O"Berry has confidence In ......- ..., ... ... .. ... ........ .April,........ ....1908.
Office in Valley Gazette 'Buildins the success of his work may be judge -- "t
from the substantial packing bOUH To the Honorable T. M. Murphy, Chairman of the Osceola County
KI831M1ICK. OSCBOLA COUNTY. FLA. and barn he hal bullw together wltl "SPRING'GOODS"

., other improvement His farm supplies Democratic Commlttee",:Osceola County, Florida.

W. B. HARRIS. Editor and Prop'i, his teams and cattle with. al ,
the bay and ruts bagas they can eat... Dear Sir:- ,
Thereare particularly a fine crop j

,I SUBSCRIPTION.RATEStOM .1100 and he is shipping large quantities lie< Therebyfile, with you this my notice of candidacy and. applicationto

Vi ._...OM at rear months. 110 ha& also begun on his bean crop and I
One_covr w. three* _u... .. '116 celery. Arciind the river bank be have my namq'printed on the primary election'ballots to be used at
has about :UX thrifty looking young .
*-All.. :::::":::'f-THDO'j......nuut except".slrmdby tram our the write.thord :-, poach trees an<
}. Refected matter will not be returned unto. all round his enclosure, and In tin I I .

i In, 4P" ailed far.finiaraaattiiePostoAotln. ... Cvnilng.t fAll thin farm will be .a sigh. candidate for nomination to the office of. "0'"..., ..,. .
""' -- '-
i Xiyslmmoe. "a. il Wo nil, seeing r, .
I 1 : econd-elses mail ....t_. : -' ., .-,-?::.... . ... ..... ., . ..:: .... -.. . .. ..Osceola County. i
...... -. ,,-- -=' .. lino almost
= Kiaalmtue '
= Show In : Our completewith
A Baby .
i but it'i. I enclose \ierewith.the: sum of $. '.... ... ... ... ....;. .:.. being Ibeamount } .
+ would have iiintiy contestants; j
rr, April ,
Friday : 11)07'1 Hate to say that the healthiest blOb)' '
of assessment for the said office.
I be my i' Ginghams Calicoes
'h would win the i Itl'b.No baby can < ,
healthy who suffers from worms and 1 'white Democratic elector of Osceola\ County, State of .
t The uStrip Senator. .. kep. am ,
1 sng t most babies do unless they are Goods '

4 Life\ free fromlliem' wll.h White's. Crean 1 declare the and organization of LaWIlS.rrJlite Etc.i' .
1 The April number of, Human Verm'! If mre.' Acts quickly vet. uiildhIs Florida.; my adherence to principles V
Alfred Henry Lewis" new' ID811'821neprinted don!i.
a. death lls own fjurgallve./ children Mothers r wiMioui the Democratic' party, .National, State and.Oo ntv" buyer the 1
before senator Bryan's attempt, to rain, : The parly gets .

contains. the following sketch of hlieiitranoe ;. White's Cream VtrmifuKe.lleborwon's; Price Pharmacy 24- I am. by the I laws of the State of Florida' lawful elector of Election ,
); .. j cent Hold by "
Into the senate:
The first time thatyounV Wllllain. ,----. Precinct No. . within the said County and have paid my best selection. 'j!
.. Bryan stepped,, on I the' floor of tb<. MEETING OF SCHOOL BOARD poll taxes legally 1 due, and I pledge my honor to abide_ by and supportthe

United States Senate was an' occaslon ...... ... ;
of genuine Interest Hit. ,0uLh: result. of such primary elections, and vote for the nominees thereof. ."
Hn'l'I.fUon'e8t Values :
From Y \ ;
but hit. Canvassed Basin- .
a.. \. was the chief cause.perhaps Returns .

. presence was also pleasing. promUInjj and Whittier Districts.. -
in its quiet restraint la Its modest) 'Nor*:.-Candidates for countv ufticencan flll out the 'above blank and

C ,: a' of msner. A tall, slender, beardless,,, KUtlmniee Fla., April 7th, 11101I.I fend with the amount of their BSlel8l 1ent. .to T M I. Murphy, Chairman Kxecutlve .
young man Is Bryan, wit.: jet black I The Hoard of Public Instruction Committee. -

f y, hair, classic feature., and a certain stet In regular session on above date ... tA.JKATZNN111114'NN
faIIV In his attitude and
f . tension of repose there. being present E. K.,: Urown
; that established an impression ol W. W. Chandler, also W. J. Sears, "
i dignity. His age, thirty one, was ol Chairman, being
Supt., W. C, Ban, Graystone Easter Menu.
) course, well known, but he could absent upon motion E.: |K. Brown was T

t, f easily 1 pass> for A man of made( Ui act. chalrmam. .
A reception was given him in the The minutes ot last. regular meeting
f Democratic' aute-chamber before he were read and approved.Mrs. .' .

;; entered the Senate with hU senior M. II. Gilbert., County Ireas- DINNER, 1 TO 2:50 P. M. .
Senator Tallaferro. lie was assigned reported as follows: To the ; .. ,
4 a to a desk on the back-fence of the Honorable urer Hoard of Public Instruct, PRICE 75 CENTS '
IJ0 t Senate, In line with Democratic leaders loa and for Osceola county: NN4'aN'K NNN N"""" 'V W N N1M y
in -
h like Senator Tlllman. He waster ..
very pale his frock coat was very To the Honorable Board of Public. Instruction In Green Olives ''. , Sweet Pickles C. A. CARSON, Preside; N. C. BRYAN, Secretary..
4 new, and there was a general Interest and for Oe.ol* oountvt II '

among the. gray-heads to see the 1 herewith tender my report M treasurer olOaeeohi ,SOUPS. or :I3 E :
calmness and repose of the "stripling; county for the month of February. I**': Consomme Cream of Celery .
Senator" He kept. his.eye on the 1
' r august presence of the vice-president, GENBKAL. SCHOOL: FUND. OYSTERS Waters Jfc Carson Grocery C lets .. ,11'7 t P7 I
and looked neither to right nor To"'lan... from Jut report. Blue PointsFISH
...... at his fellow-Benatora near him. Ho amt reed from Supt Beeire. ee.le books. .. 6 M
k? Senator Tallferro, In a brief speech To. .mt. reed Supt Sea..t Secre, )11 caneeaUtkm piano -- s -Kholeftale sad Retell '
Introduced the new senator, ana .1'.P,.. .! : s4 1 1To \ Baked Trout Broiled I beckoned to him to take the oath.. He mint real from TsR 24116 tI3 :
was prepared for the ceremony for he To amt reed from Tax Collector nolleBy 11 Ul$2I$1 MEATS S

a. stepped u> the center aisle, took the > Roast Beef with Browned Potatoes Roast Turkey. Cranberry Sauce. '
r arm of Senator Talllferro, and was paid..warrants. per lilt.Jly 181tl 45 Mint I
Roast Sauce
# ? Pork. Chicken Salad
Is ;4 led like a bride to the altar of po balaace . .. I nit: u COUNTY AGENTS FOR
I UtlcaltcMlplee. After. he was swort ENTREES .
.' In, Mr. Fairbanks gave him a sens/. SCHOOL 8US-D1ST.MO.2.

M1' tonal grip of welcome and he re.sumed To babtio from lent Tutort.' '** lit,) Orange Marmalade Bananas: : and Wine Sauce 11 A Y I Celebrated Fertilizers I I CRATES
E 'to his seat.. He sat very still for To amt reed from Tan Collector, taaes. H Hi Roman Punch
a long time and then the courtesy oft I I
..... . m 71 .
the Senate was I Inspired, and the members By balance VEGETABLESBoiled I
F and SCHOOL IU.-D1.T,fa. 3. Circulars ..4 Prlcea ,
one bv one, walked over New Potatoes Creamed Onions Sliced Tomatoes .. .. ;..
Ijalaure front lent 6 30 P.r.I." ".
shook hands with him and chatted a To
.. .
115 07 /I11
;+ little. To amt reed from Tai Collector taxes.By Candied Yams .Maccaronj_ Snap Beans

7 J ; It was a warm and pleasant episode 1 Ito a v Spinach Steamed Rice Potato Salad
. ., ..
y'' ; In the strenuous struggle of national paid warranta aa per lbi.; DESSERTS WOOL

+ a alre. The spirit of youth ha4 pul blanoe... .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. ... 177 118 HIDES FURS ,
s i t gr; a spell upon the Senate in the pr... Cocoanut Pie Lemon Pie Ice Cream and Cake. .

enoe of this dark- ,ecJ. slender see SCHOOL. .-DI/T. no. 4. __,' _. .
ator It is a time-honored custom To balaae f torn la** report. ..'....... ...'. II II'To. Country Produce a. Opeolalt3rVkjeferfbrfbA :
y }, that the II of service in the Senate amt reed from Tex Collector, tales xs91 Coffee ,.TeaCrackers Iced Tea i

is a spent one, so the natal By balance" .. . .. . . $ 11II11' Nuts and fruit i Edam or American Cheese ."" N
t powers ofthls young man will not be ,r .
AID r0 D.
# tested till next year, but if looks mean pyt'ta The above elaborate Easier menu U gotten, up bv the management of theGray
... ... . ..
MA fid
1 anything, Senator Brjan impresses To balance from last revert : for the resident of Kb lmme. and
.f.4 .t, -_',one as being a man of.: reserve force I. MRS.. M. County B. GILBERT Tresamrer.: lake advantage stone especially of this opportunity to get a Doe dinner, at parties popular'wishing price are to ................ A..*!......JItk........A.,&.... .......A.A.'

and probably, under pressure, some requested to notify the management at the earliest date possible.
a ,+ fire.rvi Paid warrants. amounting to the .

+.1 .A Fine Vegetable Farm Bills of 1328.48 were aoproved were cancelled.and warrants 11 votes. ,J. H. WAUCKH: Inspector. ( Board adjourned till next regular = R. S. Floyd & Coj

Issued as follows CHAS. H. L. CHANDLER meeting. .
In last issue described the W t Sears.salary supt..1 MOO .
our we .... 100BBBrown.MBPI W, P. UNDERHILL W'C..BA88lhnl'.
+ *I .,.. Irrigating! work done by Mr. Frank WO BaaslIB ::.::::::::::::.:- 190: W. .E. UNDERHILL Clerk, Attest: K: E. BROWN.. . = .
s Vans his place Para- M Gilbert, treasurer...... ... MM W. J SEARS :
1 agnew: on on Mrs B ora. 'Board therefore declared J. H. Supt. .
.. : .... The
"" .,. .VT>' A OO GROCERS J
Valley Gaaetta. printing <
dlse Island, and we are glad to state I ....... WOO Walker, 11. H. Alderman and Chat.H. ,
'i' ' that he has commenced this. week to RN6tnm.lanltaaiIt.MonT"" .' aobool* Nw 2ftO 1)0MlssAleen ): .. L. Chandler elected trustees for President Roosevelt Says .I.. ,,. I . _. .
ship lib crops.On .. ,.- -\\ 18000Mlas said district for the -next two years that outdoor exercise Is needed by the '
Tuesday we visited Mr.O'Berrjr's % __Albtna Beesie Smith FurenJI .... ... I 9900 MOO and !three mills the levy tax'to be assessed American people. That's all very NEW FIRM NEW GOODS "
place on Shingle Creek Mise Emma FutehMIosMCBryon ; ''.'; .. .. i moo annually for the next: two well, but how can people with rheumatism -
and were surprised at the extent ol; . .. 1 wo eo follow that advice??' The answer _. -
,, 1 d land he has In cultivation.. Less than Ml F I..weoo_ .; w .. .. 1 Moo woe years. Is simple-use' liallard's Snow
w F o..ra Sub School District
', a year ago it was rough pasture, .. KOOO The returns from Liniment and the rheumatism will I
Mies EmmaYow.ll.. .. .. .i t Election- No. 3 also having been go; Full Line of High Grade Fresh
e; forming a part of what was known as Muw M WoodeU .. .. ., 70 00 leaving you as spry as a colt. Gives
t ( thel Lesley pasture of nearly 1000 Mlse Mabel Tieon "" .. ." .. I 84 M OC 75t received the Board proceeded to I quick and permanent relief' from rheumatism Family and Fancy Groceries .

?,t acre., and lately purchased by Mr. .Nlee Mies. M N Pherhro H....... ". ..., ... -..' 6 MOO canvass same and found as follows" : neuralgia, lame back and all FREE DELIVERY ;
t' lL O'Berry now 40 acres .of It have Wlee Willie Ulbert .. '.. 8' 1000 Whittler Fla., March 31, 1908. pains. Sold -by Roberson's Ihar- .
'' been enolosed by a rabbit-proof fence Ch..P Belknap "" .. .. "..1 \iW. uoo We the undersigned inspectors and mac,.
;r 'and over 20 acres at the presentwriting WURofers. ItotIere .. .. ... .. 21) 110 MM 00 clerk of the election held at Whittier. i t i.y
are to crop, 15 being In potatoes O M Hubliard ... .' .' ..1' 18 M 00 Florida on the 31st day of March, Meeting of Shippers. Prices tight KlBsimmec, Fla. i.
u i and the remainder In various DeW. Alderman .. .. .. .' 18 bO 00 1908 to decide the number of Mills to .
1# 'truck, such as cabbage, onions,"ruta- 1 IF Hawthorne J H Bteffee,teaeber school 0$. sub SK 000M be assessed annually for the next two I Jacksonville, Fla.. April 13, 11)08. .
begs, celery, beets beans, etc, Mr. ............ ....... ......... ... .. MOOUlas vears, and the Trustees to serve for I There will\ be a called meeting of r'u'"P 'y PR"'IT'Y yy y---y---

O'Berrj being de.lrou :()thoroughly Ida Brown... .'-.,.teacher. acbool No..28. 6t0 the next two years, do hei eby certify : the Florida Fruit and Vegetable
4 testing his land and the crops ,most; eubdlat4Mies Mattle Prevail;teacher school.. M. M OO that the following Is a true and corect Shippers' Protective Association to beheld
a suited to it. Mia Illume Prather" 23. 106 00 statement of the votes cast on Bald at Lakeland on Tuesday, April
a This land is-different. to almost any Mies Beeeiel.wson. teacher. ...DooI86.. .. II 5 110 election was 17. 21st, at 10 a. m. All members and
r M1' other la our vicinity, the whole 40 .rr.d Raw,.. b... W 70 00 OO For Trustees: .subscribers .are urged to attend this I

,w ta. ;. "4 acres .Is underlaid _1t.11. deep bed of' W. A. C. Bass received 1 votes ,meeting, and also, all growers not already NEW SPRINGGOODS
marl or clay aa general depth of I B Pumlln, baulinc pupils school 8.sub John II Balsden 14 I members are requested from one to three feet from the surface distS.. .. ........ .. ...... ......-... . 1000I J. B. Tumblin 9 i i present. You will\ be notified of place

t 1i which Is mostly decomposed muck J Harvey KoS, haullnc.. ..'..'pupils. ..No. .. ..1subdis 1000C R. A. Bartow 8Pol. "' I: of meeting on arrival at Lakeland.By .
'just the Ideal conditions for fruit and.eaetabl. 8 Btarllnc. hauling paplU ohool No Raulerson 9 order of the directors.J. .
s ,,2 ,; culture, and as Shingle ubdlsNoS ',.' ., -.. .' 100 Bass 9 C. CHASE: Sec. .
; ; ;; 28. Augustus
I B Alderman, popes school' .
1 Creeeic forms one boundary and the. sub di. N.1 .......... ...... ... ... 2000 H. H. Fenle 2 .". 1-4 of Pored week
land behind is well above the river I.H Walker .....11... puplla school 28 sub ., 3 mills 13 *, a
.. ... ....... ... . Maximum Tax Levy
t and gradually sloping nothing could dlsNo4 . .. 1800Valley ti .. I' 2i 1 u at least, is what a young baby ought

r n Ij .be better for irrigation. Oaaetta. ,.printlnc. . .. tickets.. ....and.;. .eleetionHotloe . -. e 50 R. A. BARTOW Inspector. I to. gain In weight. Doe. yours? If
Three and a half acres have been .. not there's something wrong-with Its
Mrs M B Gilbert, com tans aubdlat 1 VII J/ D. TUMBLON\
re tiled with 3 inch tiles 20 feet apart, H WalkdeU........ box eleotton sub F. J. GODWIN '' digestion. Give it McGee's Baby 4...1.
from 5 inch -main diet 1,. 200 Elixir and it will II -
.1 supplied a Valley Oaaetta,printlnt U'kets. and; ekwtion i JOHN H. BAISDEN, Clerk. begin gaining at
water for which Is pumped up from notiee eub diet' SMIH John H. Baisden, J. B, Tumblin once. Cures stomach and bowel .
Shingle Creek by an eight horsepower Walker, I ..., r4.m.iqbO troubles, aids digestion, fretful-
' gasoline engine. At. the time of our eubdlet4! .......... ............. ....... . DeW and Saul Raulerson having received fulnesi. 'good for teething stops babies. NOW OPEN
number of votes they were
: Undfthllll..bdiet4. 100 the-largest
4 ,. visit Irrigating plant was not. U H LChandIer" .... ...4.. . 200: declared elected Trustees for Sub Price 2do: and 60c. Sold by Koberson's
"' workings u the pump had proved too "II: UnderhilL clerk 4. . :900 No. 3 for the next I Pb arm any. i

d 1Y .strong tor-tk. drain but shortly this rt Tumblin Bartow 1nI--:. .: :;:. L.. SOD aoo: two School.: years District and maximum Tax Levy to .
dlffleultr will be obviated bv the . be
P" Godwin" B. 100 be assessed annually for the next two Subscriptions for Atlanta
; '7 drain being fed from a lOOOd gallon Iobn Be-- dark B. . UO
slatern which will' be filled by the g"p O How'tToTiuppllee aehool *......., 3 *\ years. I Journal, dallv or semiweekly, taken H. STANFORD CC
t W M Welch Mia Co. diplomas sebeol 1.. 30 00 There being no further buslnes, at this office. .
pump. As this cistern will not. be P O Crom&rtie, bauHna-books 2tt..: 1 OOW .
much raised it will dot have a pressure B Maktaaon Oo. snppllea .,boot : 1 40Mrs
?M Prodenoe Chafer. 10&.......23 .. . 10000aLStmrUnr. _
safllolent to hurt main.
l+ amber,........11.....,.. . 480L.
h1, The crops on, the irrigated\ land .A Younir.teaeha*aehool 40 .. ...... ... 26: 80 FAVORITE FERTILIZERS to Citrus;' and Allr.
looking 'well, especially the State Bank of Kleslmmea.Int i I
were noa warrmatl
: ti beans, but we were Informed that "1 . .. .,.. ... ... . . S3 00 Other Crops.FERTILIZER I BARGAINS AT CASH STORE
these were the < third crop In, since Supt. Sears was Instructed to draw ."
'" last November." when Mr. O'Berrj warrant No. 70, as above interest on .
Iplanted his first Cauliflower, these warrant no 1382 for two months.In --0-- __.
of' Calico, fa per yd. Pictures and SafiBsV Framer
were followby) Beet root which the matter of purchase lot *
tt have been mostly harvested' and now from M.:Tiller next to school house 1 lie Lawn, 40 In. wide, lOc per yd. too S5c. Ij0
+' beans are taking their plaoe. A bay q0. 1, the Hoard after considering: the MATERIALS
r, crop will follow this 1.114' matter referred ,same to Chairman I Lace, 6J In. wide, worth 20o( sells Spool Thread at 40.Ladies' JJ

,, %T will be la order for the tall crop' in Bass to act on same. 15c.:
September. Four C\roplill ,less .than The- returns, from Baslnger. Sub I Casiinftre Pants, worth I2.GO Union Suits at '1..00.

4',, one yea* since the first plow was put District No. 4 having been received: INSECTICIDES at. 1.7o: sell Good Door Lock with two kejs.ON .
I Into the ground! Where else but in The Board upon motion duly carried .

South Florida can this be done? But orooeeded to panvass same' and foundas -FOR SALE BY=- Pin Strip Pants.worth ".50, tell at Use Suits Clothes worth 114, a
; ;sty. it prove. the value of irrigation\ \ in follows: Y ; 11.00.. 'tl
forcing crops. We have to get the The following I. a true and 'correct One-gallon. Coffee Pots go at 1A...!
early market and must force and this copy of the ,voles east at election J.' M. LEE, : tK."IS'SIMMEE Jeans Pants, worth 1.75.. sell at I "1
r can only be done by water our truck- District No. 1 Sub. School District H.25. S New'Dress'Goods from.1&to &* .

is our dry one and we No. -4 Osceola county Florida. ... "
lag season "
r 4 the artificial For Trustees: w .. ... .. -. a '
season by
t\ must conquer "
means. here a flowing well such as :r. ,H. 'Walker: reo&l.ed..Ot.elR. '. .v .IOU Will-ittd.'., Bargaitu? in Shoj

:."vr . that on Mr. Vans Agnow's farm cannot H. Alderman <", ......?.. .. Sanders Fertilizer ,Company. Jacksonville. Aa.I1P117C11o. '
.' be ,obtained, a gasoline engine 3has. H.L.. Cballcll... ; .'0.. ;: Every >>>
in 1.
3mllls '" the Week
+ will ,do the work.. ,The ,example._ sets Maximum tax levy received .t r .
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Supplement-Tlie Kissimmee Valley Gazette. April 174 1908. ;

noN. JNO. S. BEARD. "' For$A.f>t.f Public instruction Per Oonntr Oaammpaolonar, J;

I hereby announce myself .. a candidate for .Having ban.........d by gar friends to boauaMamtldato '
i ANNOUNCEMENTS..'1 County Haporintandant. of Publo a-trMtIoD.. If a. for County Commlaplpaor tram Dia-

.Will Speak !. Ktaalsatnee ftelitTwN. elected t win devote. an of my time to the datlatoftbaoApa. trial Na. .. and ballavteethat I aa> omlMM toMl

C J:. TOWKIX. the I decided
day P11.1at. '""" oAop. have ta eater the race,andwould
solicit tM support of the.otaraof nydvtrlct. -
" Far move riat.silent of Faiklle IpuTV .ractlo..
The ed Itor of the Volley Gazette{f.received ForSheriff.. >tile Voter of Oaooola Cooatyr: : 0.w.BAIT ON.'

A telegram yesterday from I barbs anaonnaa mratlf mt a candidate. forthaaffloofBhruT.of I hereby ..--Myself for run l.etloa to .. For Gomnty "-loapaltaatoaar

Hon. Jno. 8. Beard candidate for Oaeaota ctoanty. subject to once of County Sapoitapaadaat of Public .1. T... the DamoemU voters af Oaaacte Conatyt

United States 8eaahI'! 'jJ tch be the action of the daoMttratio prlmaria. *. i atnodoa: subject.. the codes of the Duo ocratis I <1 hereby--capped for I roqmndnaUom as

Stated he would be la'' C. BUCKELB. ............. Sollettin your-'-".I am. 'I County CWmuathaj** for DtatHct Nmbara.na1
next Tuesday night aprll aD ---... ....... -,. Be.o..Ao11t. shall appiaiilala the sappers of tile psepte et say
would address the voters locosourly For Sheriff. I district and daabo to thank aay fitamU far the*'
w.J.SPARS, east support. and. If ........ will dynhanra. the
on the issues of the o I hereby aaDaOi myaalf pvonndlilaU for the dour ofmy offloa to th* boat Interests at tile
14. Beard is running for the offloe of Sheriff. subject In the notion of the Nor Soorraorof txtotro .... I paoptaaf o.-a.teunty. J.H WALKER: '
Ml office within the gift of the e DovoemUa I a aamlMato for th .

of Florida, and hU promlneiStatejpolUlos ID Frimarr.QCO...W. OVE'RBTBEET.! asks of Bomrrlaor of.Hart.lrptVm for o.-Ia For Coasts Cow: palaataoor.I .
entitles him to ai... Comaty.MbJaDt..the acting of the Pamuntatta hereby.naaanm Myself a aandUnto gar: the

ful hearing He U alsoa gifted 0 tor For Sheriff. robbery to b*bald May.the...... ISO* and most offlooefCWntyConmUanooorfar Dims" No. 4

and will entertain his audle as I hereby annosacm my candidacy. for the..d IpapnilfullyaeUaUthaaappaitaf aB pay friends Disown.emnt'. and soli.It the support d the voary ,

well M Instruct them on the greai Issues Sheriff af.0eeeaIa.....* aahjoi to the 0- throughout th ...... ten a sky disist.t at tile dsmot.sil. ...- M

involved la the campaign, Let mite Primary If elected I promt** tile beet c. w.QIUWPDI' be bald Mar indi and emir_ It__ .U..._._.._._ .n. Mm_. '
all tarn out and bear him f --.....I whim I mm *banrtbd eanabto.a p. PKEVATT.F F.r....nteer.. wedatratNS.Tv .. MIHy.. JOHNS.BAMOR11.tonal. .
.. I 1MMnade vadera d osmosis C.untln .
A Mysterious Sboot4 \ >, --- maw
I he.ebs'announce myself for n amadnatl.4. totiemake .... co.: ........... .
.Jevee McNeil colored, who I Ires .r State S. ater.1 .. Sup.r.t.orof Registration. for Doe"& I he ebs _. .*aalf a paaiHanti for

,ear Weaver's hotel IB North KUight- T*th*Dangerous Voton of the 19th.ere. County; I thank ny friends far Mat Issues and Caspar Ca-mbstm-. tMoMat New S. and .

Mmwaa the victim of a'..... lawful DMrfat.r plpH their hearty. ._* ta the approaching taana.tfaHyooUaU the. ompaat of the vessel ofoU '

Pious shooting affair Sunday tMraby nnooauM ...,...., 4 .....ioIee4 far Way. Pefmasy. Vary iia>.itfaBj.. ( ......... .W. H. |fAMM.Ta .
which came very near. odln his StetoBaantorfram this district nnkiopt *. the f. A. LANCASTULParSaoamloar
earthly career. DemagogUe prbaart.a to be bald M the l th trfMay. For c.t":: CO'.r.:
A shot WM heard la that v loft link" U elected I will endanger to faIu. ef ..*;k .ratU i.t tile Damaomtl Voton af O*. ... .Ce.aIn

about 8.30 aelook and deputy e..ltr folly Mm VM. IkhallHwraaiata w ail. that am a candidate fopnh sake of Snporrlearalpapportoftb I hereby announce myself saadNate ter

& ... being near by, arriffc4 oi a ...-.f.this district will d...... Registration fer 0..18'v and IOIWt tile Count UinMaaMoaor. I I b*IMaUtot M..t.Subject. to
the scene shortly afterwsrVs. J.He B.BEACBXM- In the naproaahlnr' arl- the codes af doe Pnaaoratl Primary n ..arJJO.
found Jesse about fifty yards from his sear,, ;A. J. BOOTH. .II. BUBBARD-v

house, who, upon Inquiry, stated-that Per State Senator.9 i .
he was shot Mr. MoPhatter then I 'I'e.... -. T-.XChma mud OaMola i For Clerk of the Circuit Caairt.T. :: , For County C:........ tor.T ."
asked who shot him but before ne Countless ..the Dajooaratia VoUrp af Qppoula OooatylBalnprs *the fs.ocrsW -..'Oatioto Uaa ". i

could. reply hU wife Jesse I fcaiahr that I will.. s MadldataatO aadldaP for the- omen of Clark of the At the aoltcllarton of .y many,..... I have a
ran up to htm and said: "eNlelti. oe angina;DvawcraUa Primers far nrwimlaatiaaM Omit
hll). Jess than said. ',".ale. trod Btala SamM>for the IStk natural District .. """.Iwo, greatly ppnctato the support for District Number 1.and I sham __.

know you shot me. ". .f rkrlda. --.* of Ovun and Mmsolsvenation. af the people of Oaopobi Ueanty. Having for at. th aaaoort of the paapl af this.........*

A messenger was sent for h1r1E Wino LOUD/ MASSKTt: -time peat occupied tbe pod"eu d DepuyClark tile iiiaiaipraaninlli, May Prbnary.E. ..
and the wounded man was .dSrrred to ., I feel that I am fully pomp at pat of..... U tBlT..
to his home where It was found that ......*the duties of tbaoBpotathopatintpotlanaf .. --
For State Att.ra.V. tb pmblla. AKTHU E. DOMEOAN.: Far Conntr Campalnalonor:
be had been ihot lust below the left
.. I hereby _punin aw onrftdaer fa MoOaa. thereby pnmnrnn myself aa"aandkUU forOoaotrOonunmlaplonoffor :
'breast, the ball striking a rib and time. ... naoa4 tars af the aAa of For ...._..."..., District
No Two (tanbkottothaactlanof )
glancing around to the right tide .. and for the seventh Judicial circuit ofnvUa. To UK Democratic Voters of osmosis foaatyt the Democratic Primary
about eight Inobes from the
or ten .subject to the decision of Ua DvmonmtteprhaarlM I harsh *=usage*Myself a candidate fraapatnUTo : es' .a b* hold ta...... 1900: '
where It
entered. :
place After his first declaration that faU W ... bald en lUr IS. IMS. If acalatriMtad aabiaot ta the motion of tile 0.loa. .... E.L. P.OTPt 'T EET.
with tile admlalatoMloa this cost taaortaataflln ....*primary to bold *. hUy IIItIo"1001,.end I
wife had shot htm. the negro' refusedto by tile people., I WO) aa I hers,alwmjr.triroa ipoptfollyaakthop. ....-.*>r tile voterm of the For Coaatr:: ':. ........r, 1
talk any more and ,ID answer to .
Voters of
to do parlors my duty Impartially aevnty..___ C S. ACREE. o.-a. Canter
repeated questioning. would only say ,...... Having decided ; .
and .,. for the bent Interest the Mat. to stood far ra-nnmlnnHnn M
.. be didn't' know who, hot him ''or howIt JOHN: a JONES. For ..praa......".. Ooaaty Commbatooar for DWtrlot Healer .. I
happened. 1'tt...* Danwomtia Voters Oappola Coast
desire to thank my friends for Boat aaoaaitaadraapaatfully "
The woman was arrested and placod I ha why annoaaop Myself a apadMato for Ban*
la Jail by sheriff Prevatt. where she Far Von Cel...,... r.p.ntpti_subject to the ortfaoj of the Damnaratip aoUoH lbe vote of the a.nliof ayaoamlnpT
Prfcaary ta... hold ..' .. IIietde\at the Primary. .
: aa Mq I. 1101 A* ;i
U held pending t300 bond for her appearanoe > I k.r>bf aanooBo Myself a eandhttta forUM t batman of the Board. a< County: Ooamtoiiooor. J. a 8TRATTON.

at a preliminary. tavestlga.tloa. . offloa of lax Collector" OaomU Ooaa'). : of Oaaaola Uoanty for" many.y on.I teal that I am .-...... .... .\.
:. subject Ie the aeUoII of the Duuwratlo; well aoqaalptodwf 1M moods of our people and For Cool sty Coaamtoalonwr.Attbanalk4tataanf .

The pistol a 44 Colta-with which matT lObe held MAY lath.!!!* SoUalUoc TOUTapport. UoloMadlpballaamattly-dvnito and:04........ tMr Intanot myself to the to protooOnc bait- my friends I hereby a*.
the shooting was done-wae found by of my ability. WALTKR BASa. ea.Far vmase myself andlaata for--OaaatyCoanabw

deputy MoPhatter hidden same vine lamR..jaioldelly.. looar faoni District Ma. .ass If elected stages

'., the edge of the verandah to Jesse's 'j, .R.T.BCTLKB.Fer "Traaaoror. discharge of the dotlaaof. the...,
t harsh
house, where the shooting occurred. ..". nanoaaa Myself a candidate for the _i JIUa&: a.
emsg of
The woman told several conflicting County Treasurer ltOeatolaqbo I .. '
Tan Collector: Sant to tile action of tile Do.ncnHlp Prknary to .for Member mf School:a......
stories one of which that he shot
WM To the Democratic votes af .*bald the th of ... .
himself and then threw tho pistol into CMfeoIaC-trr day ..108.and napiat I..bushy Mnamm myself a'oandianto iar;. -r
I__aa raaU a aaaJWUta for laanailaaHanW fatty MIl of oU friends tkrouBb.aatHMoaonty. herd tbaBohool. Board.'IHatrlcthM' tit '
the street aa far as be could send It.
Tu OoOaotM of Oaaaala Gouty subject.tile .' JOHN U BE AM ANoUadtoawkatho *bMtad IpronthM, a faithrrfdiaohart jaf thadatiat

action of the Diamonds.....,..' 1 stet ta this T............ of the omen BOWMAN. EAULERaaM.!:
thumb tile putts for thalr part apport and will \ l .
At the solicitation,.t Mums lrIaaM.t laws i.. .... u.T"IbarWJHWo.nomyalf
CITY vary mask appradat their..ot la, the Primary For .1' off tip.Sehool. .oar :""+
_no for Hoc ..... .,
af May. Wth. 1+10M. Vary wpMtf ally.CBAJI. T_.. ato"y ; ( a"eaadhUU; w r..
MjF for
reason romhow that I phi"
U BAK r. M atPlHoa,to the tOe af monbar
of the Board of
the POandbal. ....1 can 8111& to the MtWM-
.' Uanafanaoooamod..W.. OOIZJUL Public Jeatnotlaa..and far District If. .. .. ..
BARBERSHOP For. Coasts Jade:.; :. .. Stet to the action of the. OamoeraU Primary

At tile naiMat af,.......I..M....... ta....- I, For Traaaarar.Tn loa bad ray U.1K*. i f ,.

mtt sop same Is be considered. the PamouiaUaPHmarr I tile TtmnrnhVi voters nf Deeds' i ? If.tliiitidlnramh .tathfntaaon is the na t ,tk
WOLF PIA,.!!" PNAMan.EVERYHINO oa May.Irth. IV*.for the ofBeaof CoootyJadn. I win be n candidate for County Treasurer at" ta faithful perfume the duties W the using.

and.....If ta Jour ........ I am worthy of I I I the {#May Primary and believing. that I canoffiatantly I Thanklns- friends for their pact support and

f tile poatttoa to ....your vote ooordlndy,and If perturbs the ..u.. of.tbd. ..e-napaet- hoes..agaln io seedva 0 00"54! la". '.I
NEWand CLEAN Started I seem.) tocrT'Kot to dfaappotat rod. I tuft palidt your ....-.. B. C. hUlXKB.: __.... ,...,. '
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PorT Aapioiar.Tbnnkhw

Two Up-to-Dat: Tonsonal Artist myftliaili for thm&Do".... I Member School BonrdAtthaaottaltatloo. .

o I IF County Judge. Isis-myself a ..........for rr..m of my frmnd' I 'no..bya_.
to Serve YOWJ, Thereby annnnaa.Myself..a aaarttdata tai res.conduction lassoes. to tile.... of Tan Amager' of Daoaala trounce Myself n........ t* assumed squall as*

.>the affio af County Judge. and... County to the nation at 1M D... ..u. Member of eta School Board for District Mo ,
..... of the County Court at the Damp J.
Judge Primary to b bald May the 1kh. 1904." Moron subject to the nation of the DnnooratM PrLnary
HOT AND 'COLD'BA.TJlS.FINIS _tie Prtmary to b.held oa tba "th Uy of Hay. I will discharge duties of tho offlo*. na ta the lull *
to ba bald May .... If accord t pl..... ,
A.D. 111III\\,aadlado4iic oa earnestly roqaaat the t the beat .
PMt. of yabOity.J. .. > "
af.ebse of my arty. "W.OTBAB&..
HA ANA( aapaott of all of my fellow ........ and I eaa 1* OVKlUHljHa: : >. -
then that If receive the conduction sod ,
occurs For Queenly C.nip bialaaiar, Per.Member.t the....... .......
shingles I will la th*tmton. aa Is the peat dawptaan ,
I 1 announce myself ma a ........ for
of my them,and..'CT to till best interests. Tb.fri .daof H."HANCOCK... plino'riIn
Osceola the.oaanty fat p ,.J._with ...... lilt moms ta the..tara of Dbrtriat of th*Board af PUN luaUaettum true NohowDistrict .
County ;N,..and If elected I'WUI.faItIataIb.....
i ., W. B. JOHKSTOM. 1f.,4..s...... far'fanMvbattetrtec r_immre.rL "
that If ho should. reed..tha nooilnatlaokowomld shares, tile duties. of, the*notice ,C"ila""TIZ.: ,
P. a
Abstract' per Pr..astlag Atteraoy': amkoa. -ho. and ansselstlsuaPer . .". ,"
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Company I bought announce..-II n candidate forth* rn. For.Mambor o< the Solvent Board,

oOo of PtopppaHasAttornay'of the County I To the DamapraHp Yototnof Oaoaola giant y I If
Comely 0-....._..,
Court of console Oounty.subject to the nation of I hereby hereby nnnoona myself 4 oandlfeto for SchoolCVanmlailinrar sweat .
... ow _
S. H. BULLOCK.JMaiuo i the DooMaatIe Winnow to loa '..... 'Its May.andipamilfally eIettIoa as'_tar ecm. k.e,,. tram District I I* District tin t, subject.."the ap.' of the votonofJ.L.MOOM. NoH.... r..attulb.knelt the support ol tile Man.of th* Dangerous- Primary In May.' .

Real estate'M the Co.ab'. wooanof that tIIatriot., : J:B.TtnrBUM.

'Titles examined: and K rtedonTaxea ....R.OODWIN.For .' .
paid for DOD."lli;. ; Per Fragmenting Att ro.y.. 4 Top belle), _

InetrumeBts.. relating' to real estate. I hereby announce myself a.a tipndldap*for the l Cleanly Comm...... -<.:..'. 'Residential and tinning't'tl

carefully drawn "'),, owes of FroapoattapT Attoraay'.0..18 County At PotkKnMon of many'.......I bushy on.noanaa of sixty i acres at .Hsmroook; Creye,
subject pa tile decision of tile,Pamoeimtl. stets nv aandUaay ,....'Gaanatr O 'gu.r House fully furnished and la rood.or.

Correspondence\ llcited. answer pripxiy,d..........ta Ibis opOaty.r. ; .. front District No.4 and gullet tile npaort o/ the der... Oatbulldlnfire( and terming lmplementa. .

.; a. EJUBB8.' aten' d thtIIttr' '.J...T,a&4'JI.: .' Apply! to M..- Drought 't;

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Supplement---The Klsslmmeo! Volley Gazette, ,April 17 1908. ( .,A" ..,

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Trees For; Street Planting.J 1 I, DR. LESLIE W. WEEDON fI <+ .

Capt.. Mai log ha* ;forwarded the "--- . .. -iii -.
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..t. mwn
lowing !lever fOI.1 1
which explains itself Specialist-Eye'Ear -
the Untied States Department. t. A CARSON JOHN M. LBB. N..B. CABSON.CaakOer.. I

,Agriculture: I Nose and Throat.... rldMt. Vlce.Preld.rtt. .
KISSIMMEK, FLA., April 0, 1908 I

The culture Honorable, Washington the Minister D. C.of Aarl-. State Bank of// Kiss tntt1ee. ,

Sir;: Private jHoaoital, American) Na- Kiss.mmc'tt, F *
The idles of this town have lately A<- J. ,,
formed a "Village Improvement Society tional Bank Building, Tampa:, ,_
. ," the object which U to render PAID UP CAPITAL........"....jfF 80 OOO OO
our streets, gardens and Florida.. '
aa healthy and attractive ..
aDd aa this can be best obtained a* .po. DEPOSITORS SRCURITV.:.... ..... ..,< 100 OOO OO

planting useful aDd ornamental] trees. --1;;: :: -
and ahrubs I have ventured >o their Prompt and Careful (tiVtrusted a .In I behalf to. apply to you for informs- W.. L.-WIJJN to us. Hxclian"m>o tton as to the merits or otherwise of I rate
certain tree, and the ladles would ruyweor A"ANn wUHflwON. _. YOUR BUS i$SS' SOLl'- nEb.I .

feel obliged for any suggestions about -.. -I c:' -::." ""' :I. .;....'... L"fJ, ''!Inf :
trees' or grasses.. suited to our latitude s_;._. P.O.. ... .r..........
and soil, with a !preference for noo- '.rreor.owa. .tYleti'. Rwu.Di ,- V*.
deciduous trees. i C
Would any of the Eucalyptus '
species do. 'well, on oursoil\ ? The ;. J.. W:, .SIMPSON ', MvWWVVWW > a4HAwN.Se.r.wV v ..w0-MO,4 %4aw\NIe' rf.1
hardiest Ihoiurb not. ..er1..t.rallbt ID '. t. ' .
the bole, Is the E,. Qorlaoea The DI NTIST. oj> .

E.both Sltuartlan very rapid, and growers E. Unlfera and are area OI1Pfo. Q :tI'. :'UPOMois' 1'hsrtnae'S.<< II Sunny South St b eS'.4/: !:

ymetrloal la shape and the timber or O..rlO& liouas: .l D a. m, Ur I Ul.
all. useful -The E. Robuata" -or 'f 1:30: to 5:30p.'in: ;
oommoa blue gum Is perhaps tootall t Telephone. No. 70<<1' Juno, Ivy
$ 'S tf
L. H. Hjfetor.
for street plantojr! and U, actable to INGRAM, Pf #

f. seed stand Society Uae-?,prolonged..b where'They or. department could would thean'Inform be thankfully obtained tree' the accepted or, G. ,)ATTORN r. 'KRIBB3 BV-AT-UAW". 1 iFuviy"SALE f j and BOARDING |=I at0AO-AY |li| '

Can you tarnish soy Information ; j ....>. 103 J

about the Australian floweringMim Office in. the Court House-Kis- 1 11.-\. __.....\_\.. ,
o.a. and also about the AUrkarla
Puzzle Monkey 'specieswblch are simmee. Florida. ; Nell equipped with M"cw Stockrai, (1 VeliiclcK and

ornamental and falrlr rapid growers? ; prepared to meet ail demaiu'.H ' The New Zealand Its \'
(Ptiormium whom-will be associatedln the *
Tenaz) would probably do well. trial of causes the law firm ofMassev faction. i'
The !society Is particularly anxious "
to know about any .al'leI.I.O' grass ft' arlow. o f ..

under which the would'chad*succeed of oak: growing Orlando -- .. -- i . . HEAVY HAULING A SPECIALTY. . / $ '

Any Information along these does, .wWVY4WVNr""" VSK M rVt1w\w"""" N1 N at
or plant would' "be- most thankfully J.1\r., W 1LL 0N. JR.
received. O. MAUNO. -- -.- -
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S NOTARY, PUBLIC.... ) __ In Chancery. I I Master'* Sale.. "
STATIC: AT .LABOR. { la the Circuit court. Seventh I Under and j lyi virtue o?a deer.'. of foreclosure.&
Real Estate Agent. Judicial Circuit. i In Cbano Oaoeola County. Florida | circuit eurttfthe'th Judicial Circuit at tea

KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA JOHN P. LammVs |I.) Bill for Divorce. J Sao of FlorlJ. In and for Od obi County,dated
Ci-Aa, B. FaaMCH Liwts: ) f )Iarehlgt.h.It4> In Lkaneary. sittlnu. ,whertlaJane ,

- -' It appearing by affidavit anpnidMl to the bl'l' II. A. McDermott Complainant and Julia
r keb Ald the'above sated oaiue that flaw K ; MolUIUnd ant W. 0 Me Z.Wand. .r.De'ewlanta.
1asies.Sale., French. Lewi, the Defendant therein. flamed U a I will hell at pub te ooury to the! hl h-at and butt
_Id..t.(the State of f 1;rlda.and I*a rwU- U0d.r tor cash., oath4th day..( II.)". A D 1.*.
1 Under s final d erM dated.tIIe lth dart at:
drat of Sebaitapal" In the But of California;*' the'aam belna-th Aral Monday In laid monks
March. A. D. Ittq, and an order .trued the ? Qt
and a egalMltday.. within the I fiaura ?'
and I* over the ae of twentirone yaara: It0 ml 'a
day of Mid month Issued out of''tti. Circuit Court
sale tw'or the t.ourt- door
therefore ordered that aid _-_Id.nt DaI. d. In. KUalmm e
of the TtIo Judicial Clreolt In and tot Outsells
coun eat be and Ie City, sail o-'a' Florida, the fol.nv.-fne
I hereby required to apner ta the Bill ountj';
ty. ,F'I' rIda. at Cllama.... wherein Acklu. P Bu of Comp alnt filed ilk said cause on or before Monday I described land, lying and bi Inv situate l III yell' . ,
omplalnaat and W.Heart 8k_ Ia I defend' the tta day of May A. D.1 ln otherwise the County and State and duaorlbc-d aa .fl)...._. t In ;
sat foraelMilr of chattto-mortcmv. I will ..,1I.t allegation. ol said bill will be (&|<<.. aa eon leaned J The as tbwett quart T.' southwest qua tar'tt :
public Doter?. In front of the court kouM door laaa..a. '
... by said Daiendant. ,,, i',a-m"iSiji'J.,*: J.'V "in'It ,, Sretion. ri'U.r.'Towruihlu 1'hlnlth a':Jle'iMf ,,I, .
Ctty Florida on Jloodmr. the 4th MnyTA D. I U8. between UM regal boar ol Said lunda ..... iwTthe' .
ono a weak for four consecutive week In TiiaKusiMHca being ttroprrty pf.... ,
ed, the following described stack and.itocluatamttj T '
V .... *mnta la the counttea of Ooocl Oranco.Brarnrd I liahed In said County and Sate.This by laid. Complainant. t..uwit1\. lhrste t*
... and 8t Jowl. In the state of Florida." 1 th\
.. Mama I th" IOU. su it Trmoltaloa>h. f'
KbrIncoteht ?
hundred and Ml '
fifty ( )
.E. ... Inter.BaT < v W. iL JoHNtrroMjMaator 'If
Paint and 'Papei mora or least marked and branded.. In the following 'I",
; Clerk Circuit Court. I In Chancery.Emus .
marks and yta split Won
. brands. bolt oar and A \
'- 8y Aaruui. DOMBOAM.. PaMiiH. pIaIn".nta"I-*
Illm'proVd and protect }optdouse., roe. half crop npporpttin the other ear:branded4HL. I L. Moon. Deputy' lark I .__._-- ,.--..-
leued'to bring my 1907' or TX:also tke, sold mark aaA ImAdi with .
Solicitor for"r'il Notice Oh r.
ample book house and two dewlap one eat ap and eke other down:also : I ol Application far :
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make any bug Restloonl la the latest In tfce mark 'aid i brand two- dewlap .. I i ol S.tle. .
deooratlorui that you'may desire. both *u'* lown.;, ate*. .... ',, mark and Notice. r
Drop 11I11I s> card and I will cheerfully brand -,wrth two.. 'dewlap I"1 handle 1- AD creditors. Notice I 4 henbt Liven that I will aptly1. the
Uttataoa dUtHbutew and .
"fdrpislv estimate pa paper cot. U two; aJn. the said mark ?and .brand all Hocx>r.kl. 'ountj.Jnd.. In and t"tb, < ouxty if .
having claim demands
and; ,.v p .iDtlpir.e'.C I.I. 5 .1 L,, I wattled ear; also marked. crop ..op*.. split ngnerbitla aatate. of Tim Uaaa. iato'ot'theMUOt or against of Osceolaand the. I Oa Court oU UOUM and !9tat In Kfclmni
see tindemlpp npnerblt the other pan City on Saturday the
branded *8| also marked crop half crap -npperbitIn State of Florida. deeea.ed. will presort the nth day of May.! At D. IIJOII.t "a. m 'or an or
CEO GE: A. E 'on*""'.and swal owfork apparUt. aawaet lath aiMtoth pnd.e.lrrd ai nlnl.irah..nthln' der to Mil at I'HiaW nab a'l 1 o' tM rlTht.tltlo' Md 1
two from this data and
'a.A year all person.inlobtedto | 1
other ear. branded"J2: amid. stock the said estate will make immediate Intemt of the state of Time Ba.. d l a iu-4,'law
and stocks of cattle belBaU -"* with the : nt of'aa4! county.""'nda.Ut te Inc tM folluwfavl. d .
ORIUANLX Ft.oIUDA.: settle. ownedtor_ the said. defendant on andenbrnad.... acrlbed real atutBMtwtt:
the 2HtIa day of Ma,.:1..f:fai said state of F orlda.xpt WALTER BASH.:RR.Adrdnl.twtor . AH Section Ta-wVtwot S X of aid if treed ..i'Twentyfour
the estate of Tim. Baja.;
.:. _:......: .. the foUowtn tatkt > One marked crop .. ; all Smtlnn. Twvntypbit' Iota On.. '
": ....... ...... Fab.! 111I11; lt.'Notice. .
... .. half crop la one ear, and awallowf ork under aa w- Four. Hvvand 8lv hti 1.....t".IIrt.II\ AU .
T! M. W |to the other ear, branded HH and en*markederop. -- Section TbIrtJ'.r_..and all S>ction TMrtj'rnt'in '
TILLERReal bale crop upperbii la one ear.and ....._ Township South of Ranm )list)..
fork spperbIt cawnnt m th other ear branded -East. C' acres ....... .r .lea*.
;Estate Agency CF;; and pee marked. mooth crop Inon* ear. upper Voting I* hereby given thai the Council. will ... SaId ........ baI....owned JilnUy .." > V slit l _
J \ .:. I Mid onderbH .fa> the other oar branded w J:. solve bid for one aca_ under the following Sr,Oawar Baaa and ,,"MJ| estate, and t.. be oM
1 ,.\\,.. .-.. ....... ,. wsRealty Said stock and Hock ot catO to be sold a* they condition Said scavenger to tarnish one wood for the etttiamaat the ..ta""" '. lutamt la
;bought and sold. ma en the rana and dllTrad to the porehawrorparohaan bora and wagon to devote full Urn to Mavenoerand Midland.. ,.WALTKK: BAStt. Si:.., -
by BO of Sal a* they ran on the street work,.... give bond la! the aura of 15IJI1. Aa Administrator of the chic kf Tim 'Ilan.) ..
4 House rented. -' Bid to be Bled. with the Clerk not later than noon 0.0--1' 11.:a
J Tax'ahd Titles Ver3 SaId stock and stocks of _tlie' are mold a* the 00 the 94th day of April HUH. Council reserves :- --
ifled for non-residents. property of W. Henry 8aae.defendant to aatfa.ry the right. to reject any and all bid.. P AVAO"I: : ...
note and -s'hit' AcUa F. Bam.TrmoralaCA8H. .. April Kth. It*. :. 4' .
Fire'Life and Accident In- ..
j C-PW-e; J. R. GILBERT: 1 lark. .

4 auranoa. M, ". .. -- -I ATT<>HNKV'AT I.AW.. .. fI f- -
4 Indemnity! Bonds."If :' Y W. R. JOBMaroit, Subscription y fpr. the. Atlanta -I TMD( ,NOAAHV: (I'lin- j 1 '-
P JC:VAN Aa__. Muter U fhaneery.CompkUnanf .Journal, dailY or seml-weeklr r' ,
... ........ "Jr1 ..._ wO taken
*Solicitor.T.; 110-6& at this,office. K1SS1Ml\IB
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Furniture and Hardwar; ,

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Our line IN 1 the lurgF U r X11 I. t U r e J 1 J The Most Complete ,Line of' Crockery Bver' i.. .' ; 0t.

tost, best )) I 'f' .: / 1I/1 1.j'1:

ever In Kisslmmeo and J '-, '. Displayed in Kissimmee.We .:;', ,' :

MARKED LOW.. Rockers of, all kinds, (tar f;3

'' Book Cases 'Side Boards, We have A. beautiful assortment o** ' J
.. J. : 4 Fancy Silver Pieces- Vases, Cup and .. \rai

/ China i Closets, Dining I Saucers, Cake Plate*.' Berry and Water \ ( X t' ',1'
r 1 Set. Salad Dishes, Etc. Dont fall to .,*'.' t:
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r""k A !y r. Chairs, Oak Suites {Iron -t set them. ''l'1 -",

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Beds, and Bed Springs.We e +s t .. :" -
FOR THE CHILDREN f. I, !:r. ; :

r s ,la We have a complete-line of Doll, DollCarriages /I -.rt: e'. s;k

Carry a Full. Lint Rooking Horses, Drums.Balls'Air _., .. 'f :\\/1
,' .1 Guns, Express Wagons. BIOLINE \x ., f!
; '" OF 6. and 10 ':} TOYS. J -' :1' It'll. i

A Spendid, Lhi\ of tugs and Matting at .
Everything must b@' sold I Regardless .. ;.fJ

Reasonable Pries. of Cost.. Nothing to be carried ove. t"


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The Klsslmmee Valley GazetteTELKPHONB For Bicycles, Shanlbarger, Or. Wide, the Tuner. Orlando.Cut Boys ults at Cash_ .T..;;.... Attention Candidates.The tyotice.:

... ---' ----- lando. 9-Ct.. prices on woolen goods at Stanford > Dwellings for rent.,, 'apply to ii.Tiller attention of county candidate. ..,
6 or 6 doses of V666" will cure any Co. .
the blank elsewhere
Is called to published
NO. 11. case of Chills and Fevers Cold or La- The Fay Stocking for children and In this Issue. We have sold ,,the Ki.simmee
Ingersoll Midget watches 92.00 at
grippe. ladles at Stanford. Co. Kate's. 1 his blank'1* published by the. Cam Drug Co.'s businesslo A. B. Jarrell -

PUBL1SHEDUEVERY FRIDAY For Sale.-Rowboat. In good con Quinn Edmondson will call and ge paten Committee In order to give all and W.
dition with. oars. Price .l.t8.00. See 7our' packages for the White Star Quln Edmonson will,, call for your candidates an opportunity. to qualify w. Jackson. You'ir\ U

-BY- Conrad Water & Carson Laundry 47-tf laundry. Please have the change, for In time to have their names printed on'i please pay the account you are due
W.III.! ""le. Grocery Co.Remember. him on delivery of the same tf. the official ballot. ,
For Sale.-Marine gasoline engine .To use the blank clip from the us to them and greatly ob ge,' ,
the Easter egg. and 3 to 31 h. p. Good condition. Will i Any malting purchased from us, fill In the : name of the office w:e thank for
OFFICIAL WBATHCR.REPORT.. rabbit. hunt. at Mrr. Clay Johcson's sell at a bargain. L. E.. BARBEAU. for .cash and retailing. a26 cents for paper which are running and the you your. pat
you ,
A.-. __r tare. for ..." ]burslay. next Monday afternoon. The !goldec Miss Eva Woodall left yesterdayfor per yard or more, will he laid free amount. of the assessment for such age during bur ownership and *'v
April IUIlO8o egg wins a prize. of charge In- any, house within the office at the bottom licit a continuance for'thelnew
Maltland, Fla., where she will city limits. This Is guaranteed by sign your name of same '
Mr. Harry W. Thurman Is havinga spend a few days visiting .her sister, the Home Store. and. enclosing the amount of yourassessment firm.. EL. .
lias. 11111; I\r} \ handsome cement tile walk laid Mrs. Robert Waring.Mr. mall or band,' In to LKSLIYV:
from the. Gravstone Hotel 1 to the A. Slater Reed has recently purchased Chairman T. M. Murphy., '. I M. J,.HICKS. J
- -- passenger depot. J. W. "Ie,. )hhe firm of Mo- the Interest of his partner This application must be made on ,
Connell Cole & Co.. the GardnerNaval C. Buekels.' In the Lakeside Veneering 29th. :; r
.. . . t'.l MBatanlaJ of before April _
PricIQ . . MSIIIIIIQ. Syrup of White Pine and Tar Is a Stores operator, spent Monday mills; end Is owt.b.le' .. ,
.. ."... ". 9 M remedy that. will positively cure transacting business In town. We solicit continuance
of the plant. Mr. Reed a of
M--. .. . .. . M tI a. cough and cold. For sale at .Kis oW-D.1 A Fine Rain. your
,..,...., . . . 118 411I tsae.W.dnsd.r County Court adjourned Tuesday shortly to make some -
.. ..... .. . I'I 70Tb. simmee Drug Co. 51-tf after a brief'session. There was very In the mills, and hopes ... \ The long drouth was broken here patronaa..tthe Klstimmee Drug
.......... . . . I'I 70 Mrs. George StefTee cams"up from little business before the court at this manufacture all kinds of crate last. Sunday night by a rectular delugeof ) Co. and assure you that we will endeavor
Nichol last weekor and I box material rain, which approached almost to a
Saturday spent a term only a few petty cases were '
ten day here with her parents, disposed of, flood. For over two hours the water to supply your'wants In our
Captvand Mrs. Clay Johnson/ Rev. F. C. Edwards, formerly Fell in to..n'IIUIDII' and overflow- line at orlces! to suit ;
wow """ M. Henry T. Stanford returned editor of the Southern.:: Witness, but log the ditches and In some plaoescoverlng you. The
'' FOR SALE.-I" have for sale,six good borne Wednesday night from stew days who was recently forced to resign the sidewalks to a depth of several Best goods at the. lowest prioee ...
horses, which must be disposof, outing. at St. Petersdurg Clear.Water that. tx>sltlon. on account of ill health inches.... The total precipitation, 'consistent with
I' THE: LOCAL and .will go at.a sacrifice.J. and Green -Springs. lie> reports a was here last Sunday aDd\ preached as'recorded' by. the government Instrument square: dealing::will

W. MILLER.D. most delightful trip.' two interesting sermons at- the Baptist was 3.30 Inches the largest be our motto. We y'equest'theeet-,

.. | Rotundo the Italian grocer, Is Owing lo the large amount of official church.- Mr.. Edwards is now known here In a number of year J tlement of all past' due account ,
making his bead While tbe fall was so. rapid that a L
quane..t. Bartow.
having his store room put In thorough matter that came in ior this issue, !
MMA repair and repainted. He Is also recovering several Interesting communications, where he is taking a much needed great deal of the water ..ran' off, still before April lOth In :order that,we "
week l .Easter.!: rest and endeavoring' to regain his the thirsty. earth, was soaked to acollalde..ab1.e
Next Sunday his awning with. sheet Iron. as well as local news Items are unavoidably health.'' depth and vegetation -I may close up the old business by .

Leave packages for the White Star Send collars cuffs1'and shirtsto crowded out., I I. already putting on. a new that date A. B. jARRttti -
Laundry with Oulnn Edmondson 47t the White Star Laundry. Quinn The new announcements" 10't.hll IS Or 6 doses of 606" will cure any growth. This-isle was of inestimable ''

6 or 6 doses' of "66 will' cure any Edmondson will call for your pack week's issue are: Solomon Raulersonfor case of Chills and Fever, Cold- or La- value to orange grove. and vegetable. W. W,. JAOKSOM.

case of Chills. and Fever, Cold or La- ages.If you will notify him. 41-tf.. member of the School Board, and grip garden. 'I PrrobllietorLDiov1
grippe. H. J. Hancock for County Commissioner Misses Fannle.Lou Templeton' and '. ,
Mrs. Morrison moved her boardinghouse
both. from the Wbluler\ district. PROf. A. A. SIMPSON.
Mayme Prather, two 'of Osoeola's
Use Plank1* Chill Tonic. Guaran this week from the room overthe ,
teed. Price 25 oents. Sold by all opera house to the residence formerly TI.e V. f. 8, appreciates the! most charming and accomplished
,; druggists. J 1l'J.8. occupied by M... and' .Mr.' H. Interest taken In their work and' the school teachers left Tuesday for their for
A, WThurman.Mr. hearty. cooperation of *o many of the home at Clinton S. C.; to spend the la a Candidate of PntolleiMStructioti
Dr. Wlnn has gone to'Ocala to attend citizens of Klsslmmeaand trust it will summer vacation.. Patrons of the tm D.".Cot: ;t,:

... a meeting/ of. the State. Medical F. M. Plank champion patentmedicine continue to merit their confidence and telephone exchange should take the We understand on good authoritythat :
l )
> salesman of the world-is In
? Association: above Into consideration and not be
patronage. Prof. A, A. Simpson of Danta.
0 merits of ;
town today esplolt.lnathe too bard the Superintendent if
Dr. M. J. Hick is baying two roomsconstructed Fla., Is t candidate for ..Superintendent
Benedict and P. Newman has sold his shingle
Nubian Tea Plank'sChill
their phones don't work f unt right for
In the of his I of Public Instruction of Dade
upper story .
Tonic. > mill located on the Midland railroad the next few days. .
residence.Marsha. county
about eight miles from town to
We handle the celebrated Brenlln We be will win and li 10 canassure
: /. P. 'C. Hodges has moved window-shades fitted with genuineHartshorn A. H. Spelr and Ed. Keen who have If you need; anything In WlntA"j hope our friends In Dade- that they
his fatally* Into E. D. Hogan's cottage already taken charge and are oowoperat.IDW Goods you save from 25 to '' percent
rollers, and will sell for will make no mistake indicting him. Fancvahd Family.Oro-
In North Kissimmee. the mill.. at Stanford Co." ; ,
reasonable prices, and put them up Prof, Simpson is an Osceola countyboy
Easter eggs',; and rabbits are waiting free of charge anywhere within the Two of Kissimmee' prominent A total of 46 was received Into 'the of'whom we are justly proud. oerles.:

{ to be bunted at Mr. Clay Johnson's city. limits. Call at the Home Store citizens, Messrs. W. J. Sears and Baptist church last Sunday, of whom Bis early education was obtained In
p,, next Monday afternoon.A and see them. A. E. Donegan honored Orlando 28 were baptized at the 'close of the Osceola Utah School where be proved - w t
with a visit, yesterday. They are evening service. The present membership himself a most excellent' student.. He
beautiful a.ol't.m.nof the new Chas. W. Dann, the enterprisingmerchant both very popular In Orange county. I. about 207. punday school enrollment completed educationist. the University ''
laces, Filet Cluny Valenciennes. etc. atKATZ'S has just had the front of -South Florida Sentln l.DIED. l. about two hundred.J: ThereIs of Florida, located at Lake Fresh Fruits, Nuts: and

his building including his store and a flourishing B. ,Y..P. U. with about City With. much credit did he' complete .Codfectlonedes.
Stove wood delivered in town at Mrs. Pillev's millinery store ref'IDt.- .-.-At Loughman, April CO member rUsvrCr M. Brlttaln la this. course, and attained distinction
'SI.00 per strand. ed and finished In a L., daughter of victor F. an effective. worker and accomplishing alto In Military JlD.... If
grain which lends quite a metropolitan and Eva A Van Duzer, aged 2 monthsand NwFull .1
16-tf KISSIMMEE LUMBER Co. much /good that will have lasting we are not greatly at fault bs became
air to the premises.Mr. 14 days. Funeral held on Monday .ultl.-Lalre City CitizenReporter.FOB of his MilitaryCompany
Try Kissimmee Drug Go's. Little the 13 Instant at the home of the '
;> Cathario Granule for Conttipatlon Will Moore, of Bridgeport several grandparents. Mr., and M.... Thos. SALK-A good young milk cow while attebdlng be taught the the After. Line Canned' poods. I .,.

-f Torold Liver and Bllliousne. (l1.t.fFlor.b.lm.16 Conn.months; who with ha his been brother mending, Mr. Chas. Van Duter. of this city. Interment fresh whir first. calf, graduation this county. for,countryschools.ot several Cigars and Tobacco,

Patent Oxford*, are Moore at.Steer Beach left. for his Rose Bill 1>.....P. OUTLAW, year,, afterwards he became assist- ..
the correct thing as to style. comfort home }last. Saturday.. Mr. Moorewas The work of the V. I. S. goes on principal of Osceola county High t '1tiN.Goods : '$-.
etc. Found at H. C. Stanford Co. highly pleased with this section. like all great enterprise In life, It Married at Oviedo. School for a few years, and was then

onlv.IS .and expect. to visit us again. had its beginning in small thing made be
Mr. Patrick the obliging clerk at "Here a little. and there a little." by At the Baptist church. In Oviedo 'on tilled with emi'nent.stlsfaotlon to his are .AU. Fresh and \ ,
returned. Monday Agents Wanted.-16x20 crayon portraits and by success will crown Its efforts Wednesday morning last at 8:30: patrons.. Infact, we have always Prices Low. '
the freight depot, his old home at i 40 cent. frames 10 cents and up, and the looker on will be forced to o'clock Mr. A, B. Bell. of this city. thought. highest form of discipline r .
from a b..l.f'I.t to. sheet pictures one cent each You exclaim behold what the. V. I. S. was married to Miss Weeta! Allisonof In a school was that jrblch controlled -
Uroatllla. - ? can make 400 per cent profit or S3ti hath wrought! OvledoB\ ,. T. J. Bell, father of thoroughly and effectively.Such .

Hot' bl'l -c1a.. worn patronize the per week. Catalogue and samplesfree. the groom officiating.. _. was Prof.. Slmpron's method of .' t
White Star Laundry. Quinn Edmondson Frank W. William. Company, Hon. L. C. Massey of Orlando, Mr. Bell went over to O<< '.po control to'an eminent degree.- --------- -
will call for and deliverour 1208 W. Taylor St. Chicago 111. ,candidate for re-election aa State Senator Tue.da..andt besides his fs.X waa Prof Simpson led a consistent 4 ;

packages / 4T..., from the Ifitb district. comprisingOsceola accompanied by Mr. and M >>'.Ol'aoe Christian life, being a member, of the. DR.. B.. F AKfcRS> : :t
and counties .
SALE-Several thoroughbred Orange spent a
FOR Wood all, the latter being a Sister of Baptist church at this 1.1&ee.>
Postmaster. W. L. Van Dutor has Jersey bulls. These few hours In town Saturday night
registered young the bride Miss Mamie Wood all and He married Miss Bessie Bryan a
rented J/ W. Watson's. residence near bulls are from the famous Miller &.. looking after his political i. Sen Mr. Tom Woodell. daughter of Hon. J. M. Bryan who DENTIST \1 .
the court house and moved in a few stock. Price low'account. ator Massey Is one of the most brilliant -
Slbley Jersey very Shortly after the ceremony the new resides at DaD I.. He Is therefore .
days ago. surplus of bulls. Address lawyers'In Florida and at the bridal party boarded the train for a brother-in-law of the late Senator Office" 0Orla 1do Bank' and Trust'Co. l
UNITED LAND Co., last session of the senate was recognized Phone 13. .
Mrs. Lena Barns Is preparing to home arriving here at 4:15': W. J. Bryan. ,
date. Kissutimee, Fla. a. one of tbe-leader. of that august received ,From "stand polut therefore; flridge'andPorcelesq'worker; .
open a Kindergarten at an early where they were cordially every Crown., : .
--r Froble System, whichIs The ladies! of the Episcopal church amid a shower ofrice and congratulations. educationally, morally) and from Specialty
considered one .of the best. See assisted\ by the orchestra will hold a "Suealne silks" so extensively advertised practical experience be ,II In our NoTC-Those desiring my services. .
further notice. promenade concert at the opera house in all the leading periodicals Mr. and Mrs. Bell have gone to opinion preeminently xhe maa for should ,make arrangmsnt in &4-'
sale at Kat...'.. old such responsible position lo Dade . Jl *
n.sF..lda, evening, April 24th. on housekeeping In the Frazure a '
to herhome ,
Mrs. Candee, has'returned ',J,
residence In North Kissimmee. which county' Here's wishing jou
amusements Sergeant F. W Kuter Post Quartermaster J
Conn. after a FLA.
at New Haven ORLANDOI ., ,
Thererefreshments will Professor. ,
be served durlug stationed they are sharing jointlywith Mr.,
.. .pleasant visit with the family of hernephew U. S. A., now at
Mr..Cbas. Moore at his the evening; Everybody' cordially Fort Dad, spent. Saturday. and Sunday and Mrs. Horace Wood all. roR06ERS'
home Steer Beach. invited to attend. In town. Sergeant Kuter hasspent The Valley. Gazette Join their :
on '
'' twenty-six year in the army many friend diD extending conjrratulatlons SELF
The two months old infant of Mr. 'Mr. Frank Vans Agnew is DOW 'I' service, and will be retired In about aD ood wishes. :, '
and Mrs. Victor Van Duxer died at shipping cucumbers and beans from two'weeks, when be expects to locateat TAW AND OANOHALA +
d''j their borne at Loughman last Sunday:: his Irrigated! farm on the Island. Itnpeak some congenial' point and take the Big Real Estate DtaI. .lI-.rL bwtrsa.aad M4 M. For the; eompteto ere .. aa....' CoM.',
and and Interred In.Rosehlll volume for Irrigation that by inter. AU m.sad aionehlUi Mri mil Laof eonplt '
waa balance of his life He has had '
easy. A real estate deal Of considerablemagnitude ...._ arrwestn cemetery on Monday. I hi. is the only strictly fancy vegetables I Kissimmee in mind for some time and Wild Cherry have toe saes unMpntaUoo tal....
for shipped from this place this his mission here was to-look the town 'was consummated henlass .bUotIae4 M a .......... j",
book samples
Our. spring week when Mr, Hnrbert Fleming .
and be will doubtless receivea MY BO estate "
men measure garments, 1* season, them. over and go back: and report to the purchased all of holdings-In town .brats..p.; MM to MT

replete with all the new things. oome handsome. price-. _for< madam, when It will be definitely determined of Mr. jlarrr W. Tburman except the -=. ..i1 ioi al.te..6t.. ...17. fcr OwA Thmim-,. f.ForSalo ..' ,.
early and get a good ? Will L. Johnston, an old Klstatmee as to whether they will locate .
selection.ti's. Mr here elsewhere. Before leaving Grayatone Hotel and the block on. ..... -j
.: V) boy who now has his -beadquarter -- ',' tJOl1a.I..
'which It. I I. located.
be expressed himself as\ highly ........._t 1oJ'a --Farto enfreeih'Jersey
Greensboro N. C. spent'yesterday ,
Wanted.A Vood hustler in eerj. at pleased with the outlook and thought : The purchase includes the Inn, the .._..._
to sell perfect water filters In town greeting his Van Dusor corner; the -Thurman : ws. Adores.M-' '
town our "* probable. be would bring his family i aY 4.Mw.nk1 c
from $1.60 to W.OO. 100 percent old friend. Mr. Johnston m.D"j I residence, theton room ton Broad "
retailing here a* soon a* be i* retired. Should fir-
telFI j'
profit to agents, eiclustve, terri called to Jacksonville on they decide to come Klsstmmee will and two cottages la the rear of seitaai.> gesso : rence ; .

tory.-Seneca Filter. Co.* Seneca, Mo. and made the run old dowm I', for.brief a. ,give them a cordial welcome the tpgh School building, e M.hrw4t.Jlii.sRtrrs+. encel' Villa, Flat:; \ .'
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NO ONE CAN ALWAYS AVOID I 1 IN ASHES I'I Fat/her/ -"What FIXING"PAT"waa thai?:- silly, fet.,; MILLIQNSTHROWN. I !boforehrUltnftt.OF IT.: "?.. ."

low saying to; you1! when J;, entered "
J. >1\1 .;, !t.- I -. the house ,
s methlnc'ldloll1e. suppose I
I the parlor" In Establishing and '. stirring, nor yei.
t I I I I II jiIb e Daughter--lY, papa,. I. confer It Yard of the Country, .. ;
I Boston Suburb Almost Oblit- 1 $shopping and spent ,

,- erated by Conflagration. Father-"WeJl. what was It," Representative- red, n 'hail. seat

he was Just remarking
4--- Representative Lfftejr. of I' 1
what an awfully lucky girl I., was : '
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to have such a dandy; pa, and to get" whose7 charges against i effects
i v : LOSS IS TEN MILLIONS such a lot of pin money for. pretty' I\oat company and the. phenomena pres ha

.., hats and things! i I
I vestigation hive brought : I results.

a 11 I Life and i, limelight the
spoke on
__ I Four People Half.. a Hum Silver In the Arts. PAINT. V }
IJ dred'' Injured, Some of Them Fa. I The heavy demand for silver In India proa I Ion bill In the house :

&.111-Ten Thousand; People and In the Orient generally IIi devoted himself almost hears the "hand- ff

i having with other Influences a mark. navy yards and brought the painter slight

R Are Left Homeless I ed effect on its price. There has facts! and figure l *unscleotlO f and

.P n-na Pt'e' One Doa* in .f been* an advance In the price of ./l- lie .took occasion to>> miked." The tact ,K

'. lime Save ''The: greatest flra that has scourged vet of 20 cents In three years. This oluUon calling for the of paint.-the painter. and ;

.; hmbCeI& :Ulna. any part of the metropolitan district ofBoston. advance 1* expected: to continue and a commission to report on "scientific paint $

f ................... .... ..... . .. .. ,'Mass., In ten devastatedthe it'will have a good effect on tCe trade bility of abandoning the It Is made 'on the
? .)'earll. Eastern market by Increasing the ( particular purpose

l :,- clothing., Many: peopl.' persill t.Ia riding on .tbe. street' cars insufficiently. protected. by I manufacturing, tenement. ana.. ..... purchasing power of the money now and, naval stations .at{? ; >> be used. It I* as.. g

p t They start out perhaps in tbe. heal of. the day and do not fed! It. ned of I tall section of Chelsea suburb used < In'' tile Orient.' In the first four Port Royal, 9; C.; ; doctor' prescrip .,
a '
!'r '" on months of the current year Great Key West, Fla:; New did not mix: It t-
"J'ha; rapid moving of the cor oool he( body unduly. ' board lb. car Sunday and Sunday night, burning over Britain exported to India, $30,000,000 Mare Island Cal. Of tbe unscientific: as a r
j, .hill they ere ahghtlr I enos>hina. When lb. body is in this condition U is wily one square mlla of territory and leveling Moreover the paint lI.
I This especially, true "when a person is IIUin,.' .". worth of silver. yard he said: turns -out is V
t f. : lleginning a street car rid. in the middle of the day and ending it in the even many of' the city' best structures. The use of silver in the arts Is "At this yard, In the fiscal white lead and ,,
ing almoot IDyariabl, 'nqulrN extra wrap, but poop! do Dot .obaerv the** precaution estimated pure 1
being ulna-
It mla
? rapidly Increasing does not It
*, hence the catch cold. ing In 1807. f94.318.T7 was : I -
Cold are very frequent in the Spring on this account and as the Summer advance The' fire started at 1:40 a. m.,, and that fully 50,000,000 ounces are consumed for labor and the value of what Is In it and .
*. they do not deer****. During the Bnring months, no one aboultl think of was not under control until I o'clock In that way annually. The. nt cannot be sure. !J.
riding on tne car without being provided with a wrap. '. :. product was but $7,126.18: thoroughly mIJleel'J/
A cold caught in the Spring Is liable to last through the entire Summer. Oreat Sunday nlgbt, notwithstanding that United States and Mexico might jut as well have been Is simply a mis- .1
caution should be obeerved at this aeaaon againt- to cold. yield more than 82 per centof the I >
exposure During the half.'of Ute Boston' 'department's Lead as made by '!I
t 1 Aral few plaant day of Spring, the liability of catching cold U great. world's output of the coral reefs 187,192.59 aa' Is thoroughly )
1 t. No wonder *o many. people acquire muacular rheumatuui and caTarrhal diseases/ strength and steamers from a dosen .uvElr.-Jeweler.1 return to the government any .
during thisowever seneon.If Clrcular-Weekly! 7 or 8 per cen .\ of 0//
f.. in apite of the gre'teet t pravautlnna. colds will be oaugbt. other 'cities and towns 'went to the ed, and yet last session of la tbe factory, mak: :J

At tb* appearance of th. brat symptom, Peruna should i>*> aken arcordini to aid of the Chelsea brigade. 'British "Lighthouse. voted to throw $44,500 paste need only. be J I
direction on the bottle and continued/ until every symptom ,dinppear. The loss Is estimated at fully ,$10.'..' Unique linseed oil to ,.
Do not put it off. Do not wut time by taking other remadiea. Begin at one The most extraordinary of all Brit- money after the bad""At the brush. '
to take I'erunn and contine. It until you are txMilive that th.. cold has entirely 000000. About 10,000 people are home ish lighthouses I I. to be found on KJttery there la. a of pig- 1"I!
: 1 This,.may save you a long and. perbsp serious illneu later on.rfrtitt' less. Irate' Sunday 'nlgit four bodies rock
,, Arnlah Rock, Stornoway Bay, f., which coats $1,100.000. T- already been aecom,1.,
1 * * N.... .. .. ..... .... ... . ... .... . . . .' . . had been recovered from the' rubs which 1* separated from the Island readiness for the docking of painter gets It "

J 10 Bad Effects From Cold. and have .pell.' of couchinf tb'a u'ld' Half a hundred person were Injured: of Lewis by a channel over 5,000 feet battleships, but the to'tell pure white .oj .r

L i i )fr. M. 3. Veulach ScxrreUry building ometime lut for a half hour. some fatally. wide. On this rock a conical beacon advantage'.to both I
Now w* can never thank such a condition as .to 'National
J,tleri&l Trade. (;Council Washington you enough
.,- I. .dt:!. Ciiidigo, 111.. write for 'the change you" have mad in our little The fire Originated In the rear of the Is erected, and on Its summit a lantern viable to take first class send a tester free 'i'.
*I have found. your medicine to h* nn1 one s health. Before she began taking Boston Hacking company's works on Is fixed from which, night after Address the -"
.' llT rid bnd your reruna alio Buffered everything in th* visible the to that yard. .J .
u" efficacious In getting of night, shines> a light by >bridge ,Building. .
; .tff&c.ia ,. p-ora cold and more especially I she way ha of cough cold and driving away all symptoms of catarrh, taken Dot quite s bottle of reruna, which at times had of 60 "
a velocity .
and i. wen and Illuminated would fall to comprehend Is I
'this la
1 .With which I am reqeuntly troubled. strong as *Th* reliefPfrutia Ghee in cntarrlial been in her life" t ,miles an hour put the fire beyond Is this. On the island of Lewis Is a 000 was appropriated at clause left out ; .

". troubles alone U .well worth the price per Fe-rn-na for Colds. control. lighthouse and from a window In the of the last congres for new bed a howling suo '
bottle. I have used the remedy for several '
k Jean now." Mr. James Morriaon, 98 Eaat Ifllh St. Among the structures destroyed tower a stream of light Is projected j tlon at New Qrleans and for '

Ii Cpells of Coughing. Paterson"I have!given tI. J., l write'eruna: a and I were thirteen churches", two hospitals, on to a mirror In the lantern on the !j I| vantage to the United States 'ba;.1'

' )fn. C. E. Long, write from Atwood find it to be jut what you claim it to be. the public library, city hall, five schoolhouses summit of Aruloh. Rock. only knows." TROUDUD ;"'.
Colorado, a* follow.: I cannot Praia It too iiigltly. I have used twenty business blocks nearlya '
,"Wben I wrote yon for advice my little two bottle in my family for cold, and Charleston S. C., f
three-year-old girl hod cough that beds everything imaginable.. I Ican safely *ay score' of factories and upwards of "Spare the rod and epoll the child"may Icy with his most .. by One Who lisa :?
been troubling her for four montbi. She that tour.medlclu.: i* tbe beat 1 Lave ever I three hundred tenement and dwelling be offset, suggests too New I From It. 1
yard figures
: '
Wok cola eautliand would wheeze UMd._. __._ ____._ houses. York American lit an adage Just as ,
----- -
a Flare of Bailor's Trou..;;.. --- true-"Ply the rod and spoil the "During the paRt live )' of Duncan-! e.U.
1 : 'Why the trousers of the sailor mant' I teacher." I 2J3.7S has been disbursed : was sick and mis

j mar so at .the bottom -doubtless Mr. Houlihan (eobblng-"I) never THREE MEN ASSASSINATED. borers" he !!raid "and there > all last Spring .,
laW ye till th' day before me un- 1 i I did not know
ITS,8LYltus'Danrelt as
; at problem that lias puzzled lrv0t18D'"JMII''
many a been done for the navy i
t.' 'tudoot of the Idosyncrasies of dress forhnlt marriage. Orange Packers Meet Death at Hand. manentlyciired by Dr. Klinw'n treat Nerve I i was the matter .
Mr. Houlihan-"An* I often wlsht Restorer. 13 trial bottle unit, trnatiito free I worth of work at this )' down ;.'
1" and It has. generally been put down of Unknown Parties. 1>1'. H. R. Kline Ld..tElt Arch8GLPhila.. Pa. the last session of- kept going
ye hadn't seen roe till th' day after! oonRron down until I was
Ra I I. aa the ''survival of a fashion too re- Thre men-Charles Whltehurst, I
tnoto -Puck! GIRL AN INDIAN AGENT. I more was appropriated for physical wreck I
; to unearth. It was all explained
George Griffin and Charles Smith ; at Charleston. i i smothering spells .;
,'. by -a naval man, however at a I
1 social session In downtown white orange packers-were killed byunknown Has Charge of 300 Redskins on s "Annapolis for which (' i of
recent a
''cafe.7 He said li was simply to" allow ,1 ITS: parties at take Harney, 2} Southern California Reservation sen fit to appropriate sums i kidneys eat'.over'f-'f,

+ Hack 'to Toll up his trousers to'.the miles from Sanford, Fla., by unknown Miss Clara True, a petite, daintily a total of over $10,000,000, j 1 passing ;
U J1N otorfrata ,,";.Ftlllni BlofcBM parties. clad young girl, has taken charge ot ,
; knee vwhen .he"sets about swabbing'e.cke. tI_or te..Ohlldrw mo.mi I the mud. Battleships cannot j "
.' "This Is a dally duty on Mar While the victims and ten other the reservation as Indian agent al United My'husband urged
boar4 I ar..ewy s.d T academy, and (he !
1 ,i \*Ip," said the elucidator,'. "anc any, wi" *tn u... ............. ... seep white men employed In a packinghouse Palm Springs, and Is governing the and geodetic Kidney Pillsand'at "VI
Who Iias .tried ."' :) =1J3" I: I,wad DeeEPILEPTICIDE 'were of braves with a firm hand. Under her survey reports did me much :
: pa. to roll up an ordtearr sleeping, a party arm the upper Chesapeake-Is I Iup. In all eightboxes
.' control are the five colonies of PalmSprings
'pair. Of: trousers will undei -. CURE ed men set flra' to the house, and as ." 11'I to perfect health."
Morlngo, Mission Creek,
.,stand what? a convenience the kIn4 j 'I>:LlTTL'i0: >*'.::12'] :dir.AcioJflDt.*r M9vmm the Inmates ran from the bumlDIr.btJlldll'l Twenty-nine Palms and San Manuel, I 60 cents a box. .
morn by the sailor would be. The UnmlBlnof, ; KltK !
1 OkO..t > ll. .
ti the attacking party opened Buffalo N.
faring leg Is 4 real utility and notsnere a'j | tffmt rrcr
I'", continuance a useless, fash--!; .. E UT, ..0, Ml real< Sheet. low refiiliYwe fire on them with rifles and shot guns. canon of the San Jaclnto Mountains.. -

t Ten escaped and aroused the neigh Miss True came to town today. to E BUSINESS. 4.i\\
Can Henceforth
'Ion Engage Only
s .M J< the.fact, that-the' ,
t ikronsers of officers do not have It"ladelphlRecord Tiiompson'sEyeWater borhood, but no clew. could' be found confer with the Federal authorities state Commerce .,. the fox, "that J"
: *
,, : re* to the assassins. regarding the''shooting by a special J'ulimPnt of the gaunt? . I
By the
61 'tr ,.,,0<-" <.II'I, .... Many women have discovered the The men killed were recently from agent of one of her charges who wai. court cf Tennessee, In an wtplf I i. 'ifs all due r
secret of keeping secrets. selling liquor on the reservation. She In. always have
Georgia:: The crime is said .to have
delivered Justice
r1oj opinion
? by
purchased an extra pair of handcuff the door" until

,, OnOD-BTB! TO CORNS. been theworkofmentwhohad\ ( been and. a heavy revolver to take back ''Sbn'dard..O\1'ompsnr\ la' in the house to>>

? Ton can say good-bye to your coma, bun.> refused employment;;':lt J,;; tbe'Y'][ packingkbouseIwho 'with be prepared for possible 1 the ';state, ofi'Tehne8gje ,':frW" ? | : ;'f and Times.

lonj and'01'8.callous spots when you' get.UCOTe'oaa.T7rntaxcoax i I.i ; yesented"! bringing, I ,,a&pack. it trouble. ; , \ of athitr. COmpnnv ot) .! pa 1 \l{ : .
roniToUier"HOBSQN f"JM ,
.. : n -u
paz2the Sure ere f places:"' liY 'IYi"fi\ < '.i" She declares her Indian. are1 all "stralningV! trade,l'j 1/ : tbe/ ( ; / Be Cured -'

quick permanent gore It cures the pain! good except wjygp they ul, soft oorae *'1 wall a* tho hard ones and STILL PREDICTS WAR. She wants a bloodless administration ear. 'l"hel1'leoDlone
removes warts, druggists or by mall can only engage In i and that is by consti u' +v,
---.-- but Is determined not to trust the
.from TBS A.BSOTT Co.. Savannah, Ga. merce as far as & iicauited byan m
Says Clash Between White and Yellow enforcement ot Uncle Sam's law I / the mucous lining of:

_y'.1 ,gene' ,''wMlltrr! Race. I. Inevitable .among tbe Indians altogether to. her cerne I When' this tnbei in-
The vanity of a girl with a small' &ooDdorlmpel'- .

,(I I a trl''nil ati"d iN) brother gets many a bad Jolt Debate. en the naval appropriation police. PROBLEM OF THE and it unless u> entirely the Inflam closed p;
bill In the house of representatives on I
.,nj Saturday resolved Itself In the main "But why do you wish so ma'nycloaHiur' Put Up to President .. I condition, hearing will

j r '" Pain, Heat ,Tingling Wererllxcrus Into a discussion of the possibilities asked the puzzled architect port of Edwin which Nlnacaaeeoatof Isnotblngbotaa

.elating- tlfnr. Acted Like of a war between the United States/ Tho "problem of the the mnoons Burfaoes. ) ;"

11..11'An and Japan: In line with his well "I want you to understand," replied laid before President Dollars for any
} ( ) . ...-
; eruption broke out on ray daugkter' known views on the subject. Mr. Hob- the lady, with dignity, "that If Saturday by Edwin| J. Me Ulltarrb (}u". Send for le
.. cheat., I.took tier to doctor and lie
hue a Isn't old It has .Uo. ToIedoU.
more rr..T
sear' of Alabama pleaded for four bat- our family very ti
Jf'' pronounced it to 1)!_ eciema of .a very: bad Ethical Social League of TSo.
1 j-* '* *Xbls wont nays: 'alia-was savedr form lie treated her, but tbs diaeaa I tleslilps Instead of two.A skeleton than any other In the socIal He urged upon the Pills for constipation.

r> spread to her hack, and then the whole of war between the ;yellow and the bunch.-PhIJadelphlli ledger.
r from an operation Lydia: E. her I -= : ... pointment cf a commission
head wa affected and all her hair bad white --
:,H jplnltliam's Vegetable Compound. to be cut off, Th pain, abe suffered waae'xpruriatiig races he regarded as Inevitable Tho coal consumption per head is this qUllllon'at' home and :" JOB tv

f 1 I1na. 01 Norrlstown G&. and with that and the heat and he asserted that Japan's present greater in England than any other with ..the view of ,dt'vrslng? It Is that lit Pe 4f
1 f.\, V.lleWZ. and tingling\ her life was almoat unbeara military activity was with a view to country. tlcal l means to aid the Job M -f
writes to Mrs..J"inkham\ t doorkeeper'I'
ble. Occasionally: she ija deliriotu and the supremacy of the Pacific *nd as a' "* 7. t
I**I: suffered 'untold tnlsery from fe. she did not have a proper hour' sleep for this) (country In time of l
'1 sjiale trouble.. My doctor said an operat4onl many night. The end doctor we .tried natural consequence there would be LOST $300 nomic disturbances He's still hoping for y

',: was the only chance I bad, and,I afforded her just a* little relief a* the /drat a clash a't: arms with the UnltgdStates. Baying Medicine when night Food at the fellow who '

i" beaded It almost aa much as death. Then I purchiuel Cnticiira Soap, Ointment was Needed. Anna Gould Returns to'' Paul.-'Cleveland ,
{"JOno day; I read how other women and Pill, and before the Ointment '
-Jia4 been cured'by; Lydia E. Plnkham's was-three-quarter* finished every trace of Mme. Anna Gould with her
Vegetable Compound;, and I decided to the diejeaae ira gone. It reMly-ceemed Ilk Little Delaware! for Judge Gray. Money spent for "tonics" and and their tutor, sailed from M1

1 ; i try' it:. Before I had taken the first magic. Mr. T. W. Hyde. Brentwood The result of the primaries of Sat "bracers" 'to relUve Indigestion, Saturday for Genoa and herb medIcine Insures

bottle I was better, and now I am en Euex England Mar. 8, 1007." urday Indicate! that Delaware" will send while the poor old stomach la loaded the hour the Prince liver. for kidney constipation, stomach and
Irety cured.* <" with pastry and "pork, Is worse than sama : OarlielJ Tea (in.. .
practically unanimous delegation) to "
"Every woman sufferingwith any The elevator man doesn't think It losing a pocketbook containing the r/ho has been paying! frre sample T' ;' "
I ,: female''' trouble should take Lydia Eo..l'1nkllam'a Denver In favor of Judge George Gray money.If to Mme. Gonad' sailed for ,5.
wrong to run people down. .
.' Vegetable; Compound. I for the presidential nomination. the' money only is lost It's bad another steamer. that be can U a;

FACTSyFORrSICK WOMEN. ECZEMA CURED enough but with lost health from with the rest of

y For thirty rears Lydia E. Fink. J. R. Maxwell./ Atlanta Ga., saysi' "I THIEVES MAKE. BIQ. HAUL. wrong eating-it is hard to make the TILLMAN ENTERS j4
i'J' luutn'a Vegetable'Compound, made suffered agony with a saver. tI... >of money back.A -J--.:.. >r, '
TriM 4Ufarept remedJo and .
tna was Michigan lady lost
from roots and herbs, baa been the when neighbor' told to Make moneyon +
1Q-4..palr a me tr1'Bhuptd. Rob Jewelry Store and Way With- South Carolina Senator Wear Shoes
,standard remedy.,for female ills.Bndb ..'s TBTTSSIXB. After using, ea drugs but is thankful she founda uidng Allen's Foot- a
t < *positively cured thousand of worth of your TirTswram and soap I am $50OCO Worth of Gems, way to get back her health by prop.. Treatment In Atlanta.Senator *tight or newohom ,

; 'Women who have been troubled with oomplotely eared. I cannot. say too mush 1stft Some time !during Saturday night er food. She writes: Ben R. Tlllrnan ,hot, iwratlng.Wn. l'
\ TsTTEHitB druggist or by ,
.I'\s" "I had been a victim of nervous ,oornaand bunions At .,.
Inflammation ulceraHon
displacements, mall 60. Boep 931. J. T. BHV TUBS: -and In the best patrolled district of dyspepsia for six: and Carolina Is taking a course *tore ,lUcw Dou'tao- ,
r. 1 fibroid. tumors; Imguhultles, I>ept.,A, Bavaanah GsWbtit years spent Trial package, 1'aasb'
Tjerlodlo.pains; backache, that bear- e ii" SanFrancisco, thieves entered the three hundred dollars for treatmentIn ment hi the Robertson aoimated,LoRoy,W.Y.
man has done woman thinks the attempt to get well. None of
: P. t. Capitol avenue Atlanta for
'i Jewelry store of cndy, and robbedit ) r
liondlrsinessornervousproetratbn she can undo. did
It good.
.m any .
., take advice unless
of 'diamonds, watches and other breakdown.The F
: "Finally I tried Grape-Nuts
"Wbr dont yxnttry.; It J.rssarssv1Mr -- Itch cured in 80 minute by Woolford'e '
Jewelry amounting to $50,000.
.1 and the ,.results were such that. If It distinguished senator
r *. Plnk bam Invites all sick Baaitaty IQs.p,> Item faaJI..u; druggiaU.Tts17asleiu.t4 .
6 S'v' a'W1"It4I' : *. < ... j 1' Entrance wa made by cutting a cost a, dollar a package 1 would not panted by his wife. He will
: flbe thogemle to try"to look InteuigVnt bole thro/ugh/ the'par tl n that separates be without It. My trouble had been Cures'Kervpgisness. ,

r If r: health.s, Address, Lynn Mas than' it. II, to make gooa.'j 1. r; the store ty"om, a' candy shop. caused by. eating rich food such a* Robertson Sanitarium sever ..worried and refreshes*Ieple*brain n ws
and If )
.. ;:,>." and sufficiently recovered
pastry pork.:
\J ., -. '. '. "' ., The safe was blown open with nitro.glycerine and
: ,. : I Only_ ,Ono '.f. .! .... i, ; .< -A* "The most wonderful thing that Wore the spring hover will ;, BeguUr sls e 8Bc., a;
: .. ever' happened to me, I am sure was Ith his wife.SENATE ,
} : I
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< ... 1tIJ' the 'change in my condition after I -- ,

p.m .,Q u.n.,11)1". .' 'i. : GOVERNOR HUGHES SELECTED began, Grape-Nut. t beganto ,, PASSES LIABIL he coqld'go the,
." : ..t' Improve at once and the first handicapped
I -. week -
... ,1
'k )' By New York Republicans a* Their, gained four pounds, Not Confined to. Railroads,, 10 ItItUPTIOJl.
'. haq r,. ," :"I feel that. I'Cannot express myself .
Choice for..President. "
'. ; All Common .rrle I list, 1007., l; have

..liii(af, $' c: :f.iqmii: eub! :;;: .Governor; New Charles!York'sVrepnblicui EL Hughes was In.'doped -,:< benefit In terms,.drape-Nuts that are> baa worthy brought of the tome The bill relating, ,to the ,\I// >> : have for 1J been years"aad using have TBT- ,,

, '. \, at can-, and you are perfectly. free .to oomonm : .. Mnlts are great.. ".
NtQlfport0y. :oc-rA 00&11'jM f11AT. dldate' roi''president! ,bjf that. party's; : publish this 'letter It It will send !.,carriers by\, .,. ,Tsnrsaiva U tke '
: '
: "
::1; J'r7II tTO '' by the house .* esre" lore
convention on 6
state April
: : ,, held .Saturday. and some poor sufferer relief such. a* has was *_ Sold .
rr the : to me." passed by the senate Iy itdrng. b w,:'
four come
'V! 'Look '# de.ocate..t'larg. wlti their for gOe.! by J. <. ;
...rtimember :the foil 'a an e. Name given by Postnm Co. 'D tu. and without ae.b. OU.; >
....., .., ," ., . .,, '2'4l" alternates, were' Instructed: to:oW all ment I division.\
. :: ", eq J ;. honorable' means to bring about lib Creek, Mich. Read.-"The. 'Road to Tie senate bill on -the .
''' , : ; . nomination. . .vVellvule,":la. pkgs. .Tb...'. a Reason covered,all forms of" Is/ 8D.a:1a1k'.1a'; : !, ...

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', 'PlATfORM-lN FULL ANTI"JUG- BILLCOMES/UP., j, ,What. Noer), Means .In"Law.." : ,DO YOU-WANT I'' MALSBY COMPANY ',

"'l ": The courts' ot several State have \ \ '' 41 ..VOBf YTJi ST.,,ATLANTA.llMst' ', 0'".
dealt with an 'odd question. ;.lione/ol ;
Benate'to'Tackle,Measure Which .Bare. them 'agreeing, upon .a sl-nllar answer ttatotttolby\ $5. OO **: DAY? .

.{ Of Hon, Joe Brown Placed, Fictitious. \ Nantes by from Liquorfackgtt insurance, WhenUs,policies'" It expire legallr'noottT"'fIr at,noon sod '
EapresaSenator '
... Before People f oU6eotgiae . the word 4sadmitted/ to'mean exactly -- i .proper Trip CAN BE EASILY MADE SELLING OUR

r.... >,' o. < Clack' of :Wyoming Monday 12 'ck>ck. midday But st ndu4'lime 'ersonalreefforts{ VilhlVe) ,#r.1'te'' .11 1 ,UNit OF HOUSEHOLD SPECIALTIES:
I't.. has not,been'adopted, In,all com o1 1 Keen rl'lly'f''ept' 1 l tcx4Uve,
to the senate the bill dratted ? &
reported munities. Many small towns cling to ,
t ELA .ORATfS/h/ VIEWS by.Senator Knox and approved by the sun time,,which may be from a'"few remediwKir ,;O/runcj: }Iig< aiul Uuv\, uj lcaka.1I -
l retttlerbitfr
judiciary, .committe'to! ( regulate interstate minutes to nearly .an hour. earlier I w >onotofOW'm[ C.a
.. shipments\ of Intoxicating than standard I ; d Ally$ )t not assistance Jto: ti.*
liquors In' one State a 'flre occurred, at two tuneremedies.may be gradually di&p {>f<)WA :' '
v.::, States Squarely His Position! on;' All 'Tl e bill Is simple la form and deals minutes past noon,' sua time, andthe laden hotflinjr( nreJej atKeb 5tef f1riO 1CleanCut

<>. Important Questions Affecting Affaire with only three of the questions that Insurance company held that the .wr en veautnecl, arc to oaMst ,........l W it. '
of State- Brief Summary policy baA etptred efora the, Ire. nature aid tt eturialfuaciovasvrhic4t ; c.k.'rna 1'erfretlnn Tlni,set. '
ftupylant t e .
a' have been raised in connection with :
Beaten,Conkrra foerbcn
Sun time ,U used. In that townbut Router.Wander MAC; HI N ;ERY
;" of Document ." ntuatdepenultimatey and hundreds ofqther awful end labor* ,
this subject It provides that shipments
the {Insured sued the company, bolding coring article All iroodi ,"ar.nh.d, ,'
:r _, of Intoxicating liquors from one that local customs did not rule tlpolt proper houthJntneht WrIU/nr perturalara rogardlnffputAttodty.Btartabualneteot AND SUPPLIES' *. APortable ft.'i
and _. .... _'
m large .
your own atetfcwir ''-lea. "'11
Hon. Joss. M. Drowh, candidate! for state or' territory from-a foreign the policy; and that he was entitled p! per:Cf OvGlattdl hght. fish, genlraltjtto profit In a.. e..' manner. We waal ono Sew Mllle" Ori*Mllle' Woa4' artlM sad Smle.

governor.before the primary[ of Jane 4, country tb another state or country to his Insurance.. ,Tbe State courts ,titA heheJ' W l t'ffta..t.wdJ& avent ecu abend In.T oC..7,.town..... Wrlubetare" .someone de""Mill.. rur.w.l.w.orl..r MerklMn. Complete AedMO ll"e bente.ll_I..L.Y.r........'

against Governor Smith; gave out forpubllcaUon must be 'delivered to' the person towhom sustained him.indnotber bitlythe genu'he We are the oldwt'end _nannfuclurlnf MOM to ...._... Ow W. k..e .. eeeaectleeeJukMe. ..
Thursday address thepeople' ? State a similar contention canraedn. ( hotueln therxmnlrr. *
an to they, were consigned\ or upon syrup cf'flts Ylixiref ut4 We refer. you to any b.nk..tpnss oowppanydbBilommerolal -
of Georgia'' I in ,which. he amplifies written' order'' of' the bona flde con' was taken to the courts and Just apmT.a.10" << 0 our 960,000 V.t.eC.AtnEItACYClf /
his platform\ ,, ai published concurrently -' tils.provision the opposite decision given.. Several .. .
slgnee. Failure to comply with: IM'rMlOeIIMwlw
have teen .established '
conflicting precedents ORNIAFic..rnup
with //the'' announcement his c NOVELTY WORKS _. .:1' .
tho of tho ship HOUSEHOLD '' ;
or delivery
t \ jn State courts, and It Is i.... ... ..Ei1
1.> candidacy: MrrBrown'takes up each' of menti to any fictitious person) or1 any said the question can only be decide Co. forcr 30-100- Tecamsea St.' BUFFALO; N. Y :m. w,:, ).

the questions which have recently" been person under a fictitiousname< would ed for good and all when a case has SOLO erfALULEADING DRUCC1ST5owe --.I Am 1 -

{. brought into prominence In connection subject the guilty officer, agent or been' carried Into the United State (wewf/i"'&"laY' fries &>tr..ra>the DOVE-TAILED PUTTY LOCK SASH Ifcmrr'e.:5m- :\-
with'public po1lq ea,, and discusses employee of any railroad company,.ex- courts and passed upon,'by"the 8u : : :..
thenVclearly' fully press '.or other common carrier premo, Court.-New York I' e.., KofcnlUUr oam flora'' .....-the ..eI UMMcma,er .m unou. iimnm.I a.
company r OO uKNovrl kind when he sea get tbei .tlS' Lock
Following.are l some of '.the; salient to a line of not more'thau.: $5,000.: sash" Jwat as eheape For.le by

' .1 I-" polnte'ln' his address: The 'second section -of i the bill ,pro Tree: Per :Japanese. '6aby. (1- WE YET' :PATI1R' Randall Bros.! ,)I'.rD1.rl'D: $s," Local DEPUTY Wanted

"I will candidly confess tbat I do Dot 'vldes'"'against the agent of, the com'mon At the birth ot a Japanese baby, COMFORT ANDs t ATLANTA.OA, GREATEST: Protective aDd :Ben.Acle4,

claim';' to have been gifted by Providence carrier acting'as the agent for the a' tree Is'Sometimes planted; and -thls 1 '>ROTfcpT10Nbffor ord.: ever started. Or.r.10.000 meai,

with' an .orator's'Voice. wherebyI buyer or"seller on, Intoxicating ilquarai; must remain untouched until the +ded by eR WHY'NOT TINSLtiPOSTCARDS' EQUAL OPPORTUNITIESwth men and women Helps ot
1..1 marriage ,day of 'the 'child. When 1 : HIGHER WAGES I.BCSS TOu
could be heard throiiga fri
by the "the that
and third section requires 1 CONDITI'1NP
tree Is ? : and IMpiioVBu gene U
hour arrives the
: the nuptial \
open 'air or in large' Dalla.; In' the packages of liquor'shall l labeled on I 1"f; 1 ly. NO RACE D18CRUUNATION., .lt .
cut flown, and a skilled cabinetmaker .. death $!B to each male member Mwife's
present condition 'ot) 'affairs, 'Jt is" ray 'outside cover'e:> ee'to plAlniy show the transforms ''the' wood;" Into furniture,' two MONKT bMutlful for wo.-I'.IO.....Ilq" flower auto_I...will.. FfOr *. rnn* death 110 at child'sMAMT;;
candid conviction 'that the. (aborlrtg IV the SLICKER ? UntfiiS OB Mow l. nlnl>...onion, .nd tell roo tow OTHER BENEFITS: Memberehlp OPtST
nature of Ita contents and'the quantity which considered _.. .
: Is by young I" be
\ \ I w.k.lot*e' "P r time dolai IhU. to all honorable people alike. LIBADINttnACH
masses of our state whether In factories Ltd work. Any worn * u.
The latter two beautiful of aU MBM AND WOMEN
contained therein. people as the.most.
ht .
.. .
L H \ a@n l V. C. HIX. Ked Rollins Spring, 1' TIES WANTED IN BACH
or shops, or on the farms, need provisions are subject to the, same ornaments, of the house., pu Work after hour

prosperity rather than oratory. In truth penalties as the first. In, the casa of \, Ouamtteed Answering a fool according ,to his AND PLEASANT WORK.., .DICP3.
it Is more than a figure of speech to liquors shipped! from 'a foreign country NO HUMOR IN HIM.I"He's Waterproof, folly but adds to the .foolishness of the for once postav for full Ih particular* I-L-W QRAND n. lo

say that the time has coma when Georgia the provisions of the\ act are' not to all broken out," said!, the slok s3 t.t! I world . era I...-" DU>O, DAYTON _'r.

}.::J. should disassociate herself frotn. the take effect untlf sixty days after I Its man's friend. '"Do you think It's anything . a ,Everywhere | '
'\.,;:) aristocracy of oratory and clasp hands passage serious I .,_tt-t'L.: )'." II I Is Nature' Remedy for

with the democracy of deeds. Hence "Oh. no" replied the doctor. .. .It.. UVERcuciSTOMACHnoUBLES
in this campaign I will not undertaketo 'Just a hereditary hurntor that" To women tempted to write compromising NllIBIAtI, J,
letters to'P'&Y beaded ;
make political speeches but will' ENORMOUS SUM WANTEDFor Oh, .that"Philadelphia can't.tie. He's Eng mllldonalrea tore In'' the hope of ...pantIne Cure* Coostlp ilea and Leave.noD : .
llshman. .
seek to bring about that spirit of '- d Effect
sympathetic :warnsthe
.. them from( the cola: poa't; '.
accord and cooperative old TRY A aic dealer or'lt.
en- the Naval Establishment During Kaossa City Journal. The A yW i,
deavor which would again secure employment FOR A FU.sSI R. billy-goats are \too proud .of'Ilhe.JI"
with fair wages to those; of Next Fiscal Year-Amount. Calledfor The Ttme-An time., conquests to> destroy the ''letter 1

our fellow citizens who'are now unwillingly In Bill Is t103,967t18. The Place-Any place --
The Glrl-.Any girl.-Princeton Tiger
Idle, whose families are deprived Free -
of the comforts of life and to restore The naval appropriation! bill authorizing i i iMany "OuroBonojPmtti.
9. / the construction of two Instead of f
such confidence In the good faith of and Eosotntl
four battleships and eight Instead of Old People Buffer From \
our state and her officials in guaran- 8. .) ".word '
Botanic Blood BelnilB' B cent
teeing to every dollar' invested In the ,, four sub-marlne torpedo boats; and carrying . Bronchlaf 'Affections, particularly at c.... of Rh: ....... ..... bone pains ewvlleninvMlei in the same soil with the: same seed \'.
a total appropriation of $103- this time of year. Drown's Bronchial and vnritrlni ike blood. front'Two
... labor and farm gives
state equal protection of the laws as I Thnuunae expenses,
Immediate relief.A enldel.kdbrPrk6h.Oo per
give s
907,518 for the naval service for the fiscal .II oih.r ....
will attract to her the capital needed ... diu. . wllk. _pl.'.
l tll-al lof >
year ending Juan 30 1909 was reported lane direction, lor home.f.......n.' to develop her resources of every char to the house Wednesday by steak today is better than a name Ire. .." WI illn. Blood Balm,$=*?.,.A.I......Ca., .

acter. Chairman Fotis, of the committee on tomorrow-so says a poet. "
"It elected to the exalted office of naTal affairs. POTATOESFacts 1.

governor, 1 pledge every energy of my I I The total appropriation' recommended Hicks' Cnpudlne Cntfm Headache. ._ >(

nature to the upbulldlir. and development is $225.518,831 lass than the aggregate Whether from colds.,"heat stomach or offfe( better' than "
rnott famous ( are any'amount
troubles. No1 Aooetanilid dangerous
nervous or
of.this and the
gerat restoration estimate. submitted by the depart- drain. It'* liquid and acts imme '- in INtwOr46fI ikeQoastedand61fht1edeooord( .of .talk. ,If you 'w nt proof of the facts,'let us | r of prosperity to all her.peop.le. ment,' and Is $3.663,91 more than the d tatel)'. Trial bottle JOc.' Regular. sisesSo. ; I ;
"I believe In a return to the payment amount appropriated for the fiscal 2 aad 60a, at aU drua<
In one sum of confederate pensions as year ending June 30, 1908. to the OMte-French formula gives the certified reports of'a great number of expert-'
A dealer who sells cheap purses ..,.. -You get K when you byy.LUZlANNECorfEE .
prevailed before It was repealed b/ I The bill carries an Item of $1.000,000
menu made byaimers. It is brimful of scientific
Governor Smith's administration toward the conatrucUon of submarine there Isn't. much money. In them. :

'"I believe that the affairs of the state torpedo boats and an Item of $445,000 ' 'practical i monejynaking: > nrqtn atioD. Write for' it '

should be most economically adminis toward the construction of subsurface Mrs.WInabw.sSdotLtng/ Syrapfo'ah11dreeIeethingsoftenatllpgama AfOFFEOFSINRS UlrlftlQ d to-day. Address -
.redu0eeladaaun4nosaileyepalaoereswind' t S1ROKT11Gt1xlE p :
tered. Any tax levied the torpedo boats. Provision Is made for QlUa mol.botU. 1't 1 ._ 'h ',,
upon people lrILT '
Ile( Th! I '
2Sa all
t"It' which brings lnto'''the treasury more i the enlistment of 6.000 men to man the better:; t r" GERMAN KALI 'WORKS, ,93 ..Nassau Street; Haw'York'cucmgt / ; '
J than "absolutely to following ships which are to be put In Good doctor'know they ., MaIl- saecii .*...... ry 1 T..i ... a '' +sa34 c-4es T-TT' rA< 4fJ
money necessary In their
commission within' the next fiw see an improvement patients.
tmeet the expense of.the state govern- .
months! ; '.. . .
meat so economically administered I.AliI' The California Mississippi, Idaho, < ,a,: . 'C'!ep: i f; ; : 1.f..,..[...... ,
.:?' robbery of the people. If, therefore I New"JIampahlre.!South I Dakota jNorth' "" ;"{"" '.f;f1!;( '''' ,,.,. \: .' y.. .. ;t, .... : '" .' ..:.:.;. ::t' /;' fW ':' :t ';.;i-r < 'lf ; .ff. t
am ejected\ governor I will Insist c .' ,.. Ii" ,
upon Carolina. Montana.' ChaterjBlrmingj 'I .. ,' 'f ', .t. ', \\t {. . '" .
tax'tate ?; ; ,' \ t ), .. ,1. '" I
a reduction, of the which ,Is., ham al1d'Salem." and,,tor 1,500Jmeh1to] \ ", I' \, , now a burden the people:for a .RAV y U ., '" '
upon :
man torpedo boats not'now In eommls-1. ;. ., ; ,; .,, ., .f );,
top-notch high tax rate is not In accord slon. :'- ' 'u" . oJ. .. < .n 0' .- .. ', '" "; -9; .' ' ',r'.,,: '., ,
with the Bplrlt,of reform.' ''i/:" ,,, '; :,,\, ;n '>l . .
I ..
>f "In the discussion, of the prohibition "' ". ':" '" <" ..... :$, '
question would not be frank and JORDAN TURNED ON THE GAS. ; .1/ :' \
open e* '. ." ,
were I not to the outset that I -- ,- ,-'
am unalterably to saloon Atlanta Baptist Minister Loses Life Ad Th' : P. , ,iI
opposed the I t ,
ve Ise In. ,
and' no act of mine, either personally by Asphyxiation *** IS a.pof. .f' t t Ii}' '

or officially will approve Its re-eatab-. Lying unconscious 01b'l.. bed In a 'y ;, a'yy:
lishment In the state 'of Georgia. room filled with gas: at his residence. ,$ :

20 East avenue, Atlanta Dr John D. : : .
"I shall favor '
i the strict .te rcement ,
1 : ,: : ,, ,
,; : , ; )
Jordan of the Jackson Hill ; .
pastor Baptist .. -
Sff the present prohibition law, and any "'''', _. .iJ.1t:
church was found in a dying conditloq''Thuradny .. .
amendment that the
maybe by tf : .. ..:
general asenibly at the next senlon afternoon. -" ---".." ., .- .- :..!
respecting It. The 'will(of the people Physicians -were summoned', the ""

should be' supreme, therefore, If It be scerie, and did hetjlc.! ;work, but were'unable '

their will that the present law stand to relieve Dr. Jordan, who died : KSprainorStin h'

as It now II, It must stand.' If It be. shortly afterwards' from asphxlatlon.For : ., r
their will\ that Ifba amended, they will many 'months he had been laboring (' '

,( Vrt. a general assembly to enact their under difficulties, his'health. having f.: must; have immediate gtrenfionSlQ&iVs 1
will, and the will of the people conscientiously. been very poor.INSURANCE : 4 ;

Intelligently deliberately .,
determined Is the highest law.. I will '' AGENT SUICIDES. Lmmveixt

so recognize and obey It
's a
"I believe In the establishment of a Opened Veins of Wrist With Razo..nd ,\ '

department t of labor and that the'pom- Was Soon a Corpse.. is invaluable,' in);;; an;emergency of; this kind.! : v

*>missioner arom laboring of labor men.should" Wcho'senthe O. W. Byington of 236 Lee street, .quickly relieves the soreness, and congestion. ',

West End. Atlanta, Q..., an Insurance_ reduces the swelling strengthens', me '
,1 agent, committed suicide at the home '

LIQUOR FORCES DISAPPOINTED. of Dr. Harris at York Ala.. Wednesday weak -muscles. -

Voted' : night ,by cutting the veins In his Because of Us' and healing
kl '," ,'Twenty-Seven' Counties "Dry". wrist with a razor and pocket knrfe. ( antiseptic' ,
: In Illinois'' '' Local Option Election Sloan's Liniment is the best
properties ,
As a results Tuesday's local option Byington bad been in York for ,

election" In Illinois thirty-six counties several days. for his health .and appeared remedy ;known for' cute.wbunds.briJisesstingsburns' ':

.'', .slut of the 102'In the slate are now en-; very despondent. lIe had awife **

-( rely anti-saloon territory, while nine- a.Dd.two. children in AURn ta. ; ; :dridscdds.: :: ; : ,
:teen others are. anti-saloon with the > y
:exception.of ohe tovnnhlp In e'aoh. -- PRICE Sl'S"= 50& $ 1.00.. -

According' to the latest returns, 886 STATE: TROOPS IN PEN8ACOLA. .',

townshqps cast their votes against saloons .DrE ofS.Sloan! .1, ,,Boston.Mass.Of ... '. "
and $04 t wnsi1lps'h1 favor of retaining Every 'A".nable "Man In MIlitia Service
.. ... .
=- :
the: saloon Called Out to Keep Order. million girl babies,borat(6 871, .. (At16 '08)),, s 1
I Every available man In the Florida are alive at, U '-months.
'.HARRIMAN LINKS OCEANS. state militia servlcehas been ordered bore, 10,000 fewer lire through the

.., -, to 1'ensscola." Besides tha Jacksonville first year.

'Transcontinental/ I' Route from Callforv companies the Suwanee Guards, the 'TItIbUTf7.OQYPAINTIR/
Me M>EI> TO COT CORNS, Savannah ''Completed.' :Tallahassee; ., Apalachlcola and other '
\ 'TVist palat tliim with 'A .orr's seer sat! -. SSTAIIOS .
.d The; the companies',proceeded ;to'.Pentacola on .
offlcl announcement-
CLAN a. rAiwr! following,dlrealons slices .1""Li:
r Illinois: Central! that the'new'Blrmiog'ham' -- the $und :r morning traIL the!bottle! and you'll hare _0'more oerna' r' .. pYelOqedt iTMaFAMILV' YR ,

'' dJvlslofi",'wlir-now_ .be' opened for :: -: r 5 It cure hard orn* 6IS&o'P of the toes,;'IOU .BOYS.lllE..1E1I WOMf... MISSES: AND C, rMN. ,
gate attention the -compla. Steel to'Reiume. t eons between them, bunions gr ore, aal rrn roiwo ONQTOKPUREWHITEIEAO N- H.ILDRN
: ; 1 calls! ; to Big Plant; w..w'71o;; 1 rN,. fir '
Ions spots oath feet without eattlog, barn* :
; .
,} 'iloiiofjthe' latt'llnkin"the great Hari;, Announcement( wes'madgat, Johns ''' .. i "iie .' zt w,
( : Ins;or leaving any soreneas-.- tab;\..'jArag 1lfilr.
a .rltnantranscontinental; : "route,, for. by.s ,.town,_>Pa-i. Monday1! +, thatj: several' 'departmentf store or J''lDaU' ;from Taa'Asvot .Co.. !'.MAO. SYI 1 f'!' !!fl-- ' II ".., J ..,

,controllngthe' Union Pacific,' Illinois of th6'Cambria -'Steel, com.'pan'.U.u Sa"faAD, O"c4 :. "., .... y TMs. d' =-,:;:':;= .. I r h ""r ,
", CentralanCentral<: .Jof"Georgla'; .':thls'' .operaUonLtoliowleg 52512C : W.L OoBtn t4 and'5 GUI Edit Skon bnut b EqaaHed AI ALl.htofmH&rlHAyTZlmfz.
:system' :will, extend from the Pacific! .a three m ntha'. suspenslonr. affording: Honesty'| Is the excuse ;lot: of mess' w r. P W B.IM w* yrtee U elanilie o. tolteal. T.*.1I. el-I'tl' ?'
cto'tbeAUant1e.; employment to:''1 00 men.-. give ,for being .poor,. : M;:- == jt :
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J'J ...'.. Benedicta ..LIGHTrrouwiinlvllhrraVIt .



womanhood, .
YOU SUrrElt th.'llli ,
do suffer f Do youwant
M M a. *n many < FORUNITED'
.Vr : to get well without thenboeaslty 1
.raminatlonsand.mbemring *
of palatal
consultation. Do you want to take a
nm.dy right Into jour horn and cursyour..lf


I* ."Woman' Medicine." :A prescription t STATES
of a phydclan who, mad.the study of Female g4
. ; DII_'.. tils specialty. It was need r : V
suec..efuUybyhlo In bis prattle. It baa
be.n used ucceesfully by thousands of SENATOR
United State;s women during the many year (lac*. ProMro.tlre -
.Candidate i for the physician bavo found Ita val. .... 1 ,
uablc ..utant.when they desired to avoid ..".,1- -

Senate will. address the' Voters an operation.BCNCDICTA, .. ::(.,,(.. O DUNCAN U.FLETCHERStands

If a .,....tabl. ...m.d,. It If mad from .r.Un HhuHI!Llti>UrjrHhuUleoraHlnflflThrmd .
.. root. herbs and barks known to Doueupropertl. (Cfariit&UloA] 1
ofOsceola County at ..whloh bar a wonderful curativeand hewing", Mnohtne write 10THI for These Principles:
female orgaak and MACHIII COMrAHfOranat
tonlo effect upon the HEW NOM ttWIM M'.
r nervous system. Without. mentioning the ........ Ce wtrol of Interstate Carrier by IaUe*.tleCommerce .
many forms of female troubles that women )I any...*.Ing mechtnei' are.naifa to Mil revanlloM > Coaamleiafoa.
V suffer,we My that there la BO troubl.of thu mutiny,but the New Il.."li made to w.wtur 1
Kissimmee clod tbat .........\1 will pot Immediately re guaranty fewer runt oul. .,. 1 F.TO' laieotao'Tatx., Ba\tlt <. .
J .. Nails fry atulBieirlM-e' dealers 1 StmmAm for Tarffl ll.v4.lo..d /
S ,and finally cure.BCNCDICTA
.... rosy SAL ." Florida ParDmty ..... aa 4 Fr U Cir.w.ra.

{ ,_ tanford Carson Graves-Hdw. .. EgypU.a C."."
'tt prepared carefully and aclentlflcally,and GeT.__... A..prla.l- ... Bar....
APRIL 21st with tbe confeloufneai of the .....pon.lbUlt'd Co. Kisslmmce., FJa. lalaad RI.... ... Watsdfw.ya.opp..i .

{ giving. to sulTorlng women but a also remedy harmless that _.______ n _____ _____ io'Tra.l.: auat all Msejea.lisa.. .
HV1VTUESDAY I be beneficial .
will not only PaT._ .Carr..ey R... .
In effect, no matters' bat may be the condition COMFORTING WORDS 1 r
of the woman taking It.
It If told at It.00 per bottle, by "

8:00 P. M. . .. .. . .. ' .- -
AT -
H Roberson's Pharmacy, "' any a Maria Household BULLETIN NO. 2.

find Them So.

' Come out and hear his distinguished ,.. WILLIAM-- KIONHY PILLS bad from To back have annoying removed the paint, ;dangerous to und be entirely aches urinaryBorders of free a PARTY.FARES .1!

Hare yon neglected your KidnejrNf Havoyou enolla-II'to make any kidv .
. rvoun nyitem IB
Ladies 'e'dv 'lttOurn ktilnen and bladder. ? To tell how this .
The trouble"' suffetergrateful ; APRIL 3. 1908.
r speaker. Have yon pl..s4n lolnn. Hide,beck groins and ne EFFECTIVE "
of tbe about
bladder Have you a flalibjr appenanca Ilreat change can be brought
wpenletly under the eyefi? Too frequent
s Nr .tens.4e lre to pew urine If Onneola Wllllame'KidneyIllle 'bun-ed. For parties of ten (10) or more travel-
invited." will cure J'ou.-A' Pbarmaor.rtoe of Florida readers
r especially ..."'lc. of 419 L Street, ticket two (2) cents per o'
f"I/, --- A. Oeptlngr; seaman Ing together on one ,
a Pengacola, Fla., tells how to do It. capita fare
: with mile capita; minimum per
experience per
rt He says: ."From rnv -
fills 1 can Htronfflv
Doan a Kidney
need of fifteen (}5) cents..
.., recommend them to any one In
medicine for the kidneys. Kid ...Ja:
good and
4t a to the public
: causedme These rates are open '
;. t ney complaint and backache .
Intervals for years r
suffering at
." I first second attack I did not apply between any point on the
; The or
.' '?!\L-'. .,f"' 1 mind, but as time .went; by they grew
\\U'\ .' -... worse and at times laid me up. I LINE.
,:. 4-. I ' could hardly walk and it was a difficult ATLANTIC COAST '"
after stooping
4V matter to straighten
,. : while the kidney secretions were
I DIAMOND Doan's Kidney Information( call on nearest Atlantic. CoastLine '
,f' .' JACK Irregular and unnatural. For tickets, reservations or
'.. Pills cured me. From personal Agent, or ,
'.:'; JEWELLER experience I know that this remedy D. P. A
be depended upon to fulfill therepresentations CARIt, T. I'. A. TAMPA, FLA. J. O. KIRKLAND
can ;J. W. CRAIG P. T. M
And Bicycle Repair Shop. made for It." WILMINOTON N C. W. J.
. T. C.WH TE. O. P. A. "
V W G.LCHR1ST.. Next to Sunny South Stable. For sale by all dealers Price Buffalo! 50, -- 3
:ALBERT ;. cents. Foster-Mllburn\ ;: *

New York, sole agents for the United "'-.. ""'"
States.; ,
Remember the name-Doan'a-end -.M.... .........c.... <..N trT MAO M. ,
V FOR GOVERNOR Registration. Notice.The learn
CANDIDATE take no other ,

x OF FLORID, be opened rea-btrettoa la all oreoinett book for In rid Oeoeola. eauntreaMon.dar. oouetrv will.!: HEALTH AND VITAL"ITY"OTT Z 1' MACH BROS..
\ .April...ISM.f or the pureoee of....wtq NIHVINK'MLLS ,
,.., mil qiuOUed...._who are not ..........and The greet Iron and tome reotoretire. for med
":' .j. .- ....... UQ6.Offloe produce' itrenirth and -llalltr y
.'. will May 4. sad women tad. renews the normal : Feed and Sale Stable.WOODDRAYINO ,
the .
)1 hour from. 8 a. p.m.J. bulldi up or bv Livery
. .Ae.:LANCASTER.SuperriKrof Tlftor Fur sale by Oataola; Pharmacy ,
lUctatration, mail 5100 per bos,a boi.S tot ea.00. ,
.I q

1v = .. f
BUDDED TJEEStIslesworth : t 1 J. Everything is New and First-Clan Wo will.$ '

I. and Satisfactory Service ,
Mender Prompt
J.H.REDDIT I : rj Day or Nlclitr All Kinds

Nurseries. Heavy llauling. "

.,J,$ WELER AND ft STAND. PHONE 113. 3t V .1<:

. 'WATCH REPAIRER.Call CHASE&|CO.,:'PROPRIETORS. J. W, HOARD, AOElfl'We : ....AT_BeAMAN.SOLD: .... "'.... ,.... .,..... _ _ ,..... ,.1 ,..:.Ii'r .

Fall and Winter planting a general .
will have ready for next =-- -
and see mr Line of Watches of Change and Grapefruit Trees of all leading varies .ra >
assortment Lemon'and -- 4fCo
ties. Our trees are budded on rood;healthy rough lOClOCaOOOUOOOOOOCKJCDClOODCY.
; 4 Insects pests of any kind.
: guaranteed free from LUPFER.
roots B.L.
/ Sour Orange to 7. A. CRANFORD.
.. Any article of Jewelry Promptly Ordered All budded from bearing trees In our groves stock and therefore second true to A. CABSOM. Vlee-Praeldent.. ,Seeretery, -
are neI4e.t.
< Our facilities for growing nursery '
upon Request. and our trees are as fine as money and twenty year's experience r '
none produce. We are malting a specialty this season of thefamous j.
can J
BICYCLE SUNDRIES.NUBIAN which is destined to become thegreatest .
ValenciaJ '
FVI .- .- money-maker In Florida. Our Valencia buds come direct KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO. ;
:\ from the best bearing trees In the district now famous for producing :

the best Valencies In California. M BB af alafjBf B Bja a .a'
Bk s
No'faction, machine or ring brougtJ TEA Write for Prices to J. W. HOARD. Qotha, Fla., or call and see'our Nurseries .. s ." .

him out' II*Came out as a candidate at Waco on Florida Midland R R.
J. banded. He will be and Dressed
alone and single Rough T.
of the coi - -
glad to receive the support

'poratloos, of the antt-corporatlooi, .
tbe prohibitionists and the antl-pvc. 'Keeps Pine Lumber. r :YJ
hlbltlonlstsj of the local optloolsts, OSCEOL PHARMACY g .. 'j}

the Christians and the Jews and of the. You Well i V
e Realties, the"Publl<,an.and sinners. V
'v, would tbe support of i t ;
He even accept
the Pharisees.. I HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTYp <

.The corporations can do Without tbe It 1 Is .
an ; Cora f000r1Od0! ___ 'ys
- --'
people, and the people Neither can do should wltbou"" be. Where You Get Prescriptions ." . 'Y'te'r'P'Y'' .U.",1T 11.r 1 1! .-.-...-..-..... ...'Ytre,. :V
\ Ideal Prices.
,the corporations. rectly Filled at Reasonable --"-"- .. tvr'vr'v"tF'ty' ..1
allowed to oppress the other. Capitais :
-% 8.
oraanlaedlabor should organize Remedy for NORTH KISSSIMMEE. PHONE .
a ArRg
e> t tt
Tbo license lax lawjllcenslnir eacl 1 H S It makes; difference whose blank your Doctor writes 'I ;

F' .t'order' evenly.w little Enterprise that. taiail. should on should be amended hesS nor 10 1 .MyCC.MCOCN/rre i .ru..e Nto.oL, Constipation i "" his'Prescription We are Agents on we for can ELBA fill them HOME correctly.REMEDIES which I t C. W. Griffin-. \t*, M.." \

Article JCIX'of the Const Itutlun pro. are guaranteed. .
S : .
vldes for Local Option. Tbe quallUei 1UONEY5 Groceries
lectors. (not the Governor) approve IndigestionBilious : fr Fancy i Family ,t Zit ,
or veto constitutional: binendmeets. FULL LINE TOILET
He la not on the 'recently constructed ) Meats.
band waaon." . t tFresh i : \

Be commenced life working. In I

QUI no", Florida and boarded at a salary himself.of 116'He.'. Y ness andDyspepsia A ars.SuR.lata6.R. -. .tAtrAt aaec- ast.A .- r- |lit Delluery Every Day at any Hour j'strvneire Bollctwc. :4
month 1 af
per hima.ff( ahard working,': .4rrA.raa it a/k.A M AIM aSr rtsi/1A.Adr alhea Aslsrlrds.
baa struggling man and he knows what i' :,, cL.Te' Picture Moulding. 1 T h.. ---. - ---
3POcd raolaltooavr.ou..1 J. W. TBOJ1lPSO
means! he In has others always He bad has obligationsHis never married. t! I OLD SUMMER..TIME ;
life has been spent more In AH Kinds or Frameamado THE GOOD ''i.'
,thoughtful consideration of ot.hereOple 1f 1- (( ; $2.15 'it WHEN YOU NEED'PORCH
than of hlaiu 2b He feels sun h geed for the liver.. Kidneys Stomach FUNERAL?DIRECtOR ,J to Order o..arwrMW I

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