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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 24, 1908
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Volume ID: VID00330
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
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THE: Seventh Grade taster' Party. . ., ". 4 . '-.i(, ';:

VARIOUS'' On Friday afternoon, 'April 17th, : "

; CANDIDATES. Miss Bessie Furen, teacher of the seventh I
grade entertained. her pupils at ,
the home of Mr. and Mrs, Beaman.'
r the Aspirants for United Mr.* and Mrs. Beaman and Mrs. ;:J rJr:7.T.TT1;

States LBratton hid about five dozen eggs/ for l' ':
.Senate and us to hunt. We rested from 3.50 until .
: Governor will Run
tour o'clock, then we began hunting ,

: in Different ,Sections egg the eggs.and received Asa Collier a. box of found candy.the gold Inea : :,,: ... ..
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Carson found the "boobY egg" sod '
'C'Jacksonville' MetropolU gives
..* received a little Easier. chicken. M I.
t. the following predlctloo. to bow -
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Vote will stand for Governor and When all the eggs 'were' found they ''I '. "J. "
altsri I States Senator In the various were put together 'and divided up "
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'.v. : among those present.. : "
; poeitton The refreshments were served, which t. "
T: o to Governor N. U.
consisted of ice
In his for the Uolted cream and cake.Then v L.,1,,
} race several >
games were played in Which
Eard .. seems to be .centering everyone loaned| even Mgrandpa"Bea- i.'x A. ...." ... ;, '., .......1"
Congressman Lamar Within man.. We then assembled In the II .1" _..
par .. ;
the past two or three 'd",, much I'
lor and were entertained by Miss ' '. : ,,- .:
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',"work has been 'done In this city for BlancheLsooaster ; ... :: : .
who rendered
\ 'Mr' Ltmar aDlIt.I. said that similarMortm some 4 .. .
excellent music both voc..l.od.
lo tru. ,
are also being made all over mental.. ''....- "

J.''die 8t..teVblle. friend. of Lamar Thanking Mr. and Mrs. IJeamanand P' .,
are not certain that he will lead Brow- Miss Furen for .
the
pleasant time ,
," reeLadies' \
arcMto the first primary, they are con- : "
they bad given us we left for our . 'jT : \

dent contest.\of. his ability. to win In the ..eeADd .- homes Easter.wishing1 party someone every day.would'' givean "! ,r r 1 't,

::- While Broward Is'gaining strength MARIE'. J
BERRY ..
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.., lo counties where he was.weak. In his INEZ CARSON, S4St I .' ...... :

gubernatorial fight, Lamar's strength CECILIA OVEBSTREET. "-" .
gaining all over. Florida. Beard Committee. :
has weakened to such an extent that ,
'", be Is no longer considered an Important
factor, but Fletcher has done effective Resolutions. . \;.:
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work In many localities and Is Whereas'it has pleawd. Almighty I :
I now said to have an advantage. in I .
God to remove from WilliamJ. ,
among us
somgoountle*, where he will ..! aphtRlity .
Bryan who In
slhe his
flusn'of

. ", In West of Florida the votes.lobe race 1s easily young manboJ' ,' gave promise of sucha .1 Home. Journal; !
bright future for
\ himself and
f jJ,between Lamar and' Broward, one :
In Santa Rosa and Taylor counties except, seemingly usefulness/ to for be his crowned State. In with service, R O N. W. 'CANDIDATE I-OH ,
particular, LAMAR uI
where his Fletcher bpponenta.Is considered Broward asstrongras wlllhaveiff and In whom the hopes of this commu U. United States SectorWill Style Book Just " .,.r' ,
awry were largely centered and ; '
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a big vote In'' Kscanabla. Jackson Laf.eu.e. I ; : .
Whereas, We know that Re who do. : ;
[4.V Franklin Wakulla Hoime., . .. .
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eth all things well has' ordered this Speak at the COURT ,HOUSE '.' ... \
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*Leon and Madison counties, and may : : .i..; .
step aright, and has taken to Himself : t : t\ .
i out of these with .
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come a majority vote.Lamar .
Received.t .
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one who was so dear to us all, though \ :. '
'r "will Jefferson ;
r sweep county TOMORROW SATURDAYAT .; .. .
this .
Is felt +
deeply and
J r'sod carry. Oadsdeo and walton,wblle bereavement ; ; -, .. < .'
Whereas He who bas .
departed from .
II"'Fletcher will, after the 8uw..noeerlver us was not member of this 1O:3O\A.. M. ". ', .1(
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; carry Bradford and obtain Blossom .. ," .
Orange Lodge No. 80, F. & :
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1'if1'eed. in ..
;, vote Huwsnnee.
A. M.Y.L we, the members of thisLodge .. --s .
man'
county it Is any
,' .r fitfht., with grave doubt exlstlug as to M. Bryanand desire to convey to Brother ; ,. '
his deae.wife the
: parents sjr
BrowI of the departed one an expression ." .4 ;4.. '.
of our sorrow on account of tbl.Irrep..rable ''' ..
for governor but Fletcher bas the advantage /<
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loss therefore be It A'v '
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of a good organisation. Lamar -
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Resolved That .
'( has leaders on both sides of thepolitical we Ylace1-upon record I
this
1, expression 0 sense '
: house who know
the politicalgame
of the loss that our brother. J. M, r. ,
and he
with an organization "
..>; will surprise bis with a big Brian and his dear wife have sus- ,
opponents
stained and earnestly trust that theywill 'Merry Widow ,
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vote at the home of.his "fellow candidates. I- be : .
." comforted in this hour of their. .
trial. also be It.
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j V.Ia South Florida tbe situation Is dlf- I '
Resolved That a copy of these resolutions I !
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jnfGit( to determine. Lamar may secure .
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" be inscribed on' the recordsof .
ll t a plurality of the Billiboro s ;
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'," this Lodge a copy sent, to Brother
I'' .Combs
oounty votes,, and In polk county be j:
J. M. Bryan, and copy be furnished ;, : .
:will lead at' Bartow. while 'Broward .
the Ktastmmee .Valley GazeLLe for.r .. ) .. ''t
: Lakeland. .f
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'will lead at Fletcher will publication. ? I. ..,,,: '

.likely I carry Orange. and St. Luolecounties Jw'; I, PRENTIS, l t ... .. ,. .. .' .'.... .'
while Broward ltseemiwlll ...,.. . I ;
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get Brevard.and Oeoeola.. Down In S, L. .LCFCTEK: .. ".,.";$ .". ".,,, ..... -:-"... \ ,. ', ,, .' { f- i ii iiI
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t. watee Broward Is leading, while lo Committee.Annual "; '. t .
,DeSote Lamar bas the advantage. In'lIMPando I .
< Broward has the ,support of "
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.. leaders, with Fletcher second lo Union Sunday School I nCommittee. Ifs M d .' / '! f.f:
..... race.> Broward Is also strong In : ? o a r rit
itrus.. Marion sod Levy counties, from the various Sunday :"

,. bile i Lamar may walk off'' with AlaIn Schools met Thursday evening to ..." ,
II.' Dade county it is believed discuss and plan for the union picnic, ."Merry .W"'ed'I : :'" ;) ,: -:
Broward will have a clear. ma- which will be held Friday ..... 8th.Atteroarefullyoonsidering .. . : I ,., \,
.y over all competitors, and. the the various A '' ' '\'I'f.' ." 't. ,,'''':" :;,''' ,...1''
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Is true of Lee county.. accessible picnic grounds, the "j ":''h 1.-"d3t.. !po. :"" -.n'. ',,,", ,iJj/: ;" i I I. l"' ,
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Johns, Nassau and Baker. have committees decided to bold the picnic .G ; : ." '0;; 4 "> "'
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strong Fletcher vote, and Browardmst this year on the Court House square. ,:' "
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An executive .committee w. ; "
content with him lo these. was appointed -! .1 1. ; '. .. ,};, : ." ..
...... eIoCher has made. a very ac'gressrre and will be. expected to meet + : ", .
campalgoV In fact, it ft safe at tbe Waters Carson Grocery Co.'. O.1

fo say that be has spent'more money store next Monday evening at 7.30, to \ :.. ;.
,, sban all of his competitors combined make further plans for the enjoymentof
thecblldren. ...._. ........ ..,. ..... .-
.s The others, however, are just getting lilll''t' .n' -
or' The', committees I .__...L_ ..11....__.........." '.
following (
.: their literary bureaus at work and were appointed
,!t':: within the next two weeks every voter to represent .the, different '
,will be familiar with tbe Issues and churches: I '
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'*pa candidate.. Nlne-tepths' of them Cbrl.tlan-A. L; Davidson, Dr. Risers &&f '

I&ftre already decided, whom. they will and C. E. Yowell. . ;; \.
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';'friupport.,; ; Pre.b'rl..nl.W.'lIlIIer, D. F. DorothY"Dainty'
;.T' Amaliethat receives much oon Parker and Theo. Bandy.. 4
mentis that Broward. has. made no n.pt.l.t-I.' M. Bansell, ,N. U. Bra 4c .i".' ,,
-evitematie an and J. W. Collier. '. :
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effort
; to secure the Duval ?.'
= In his for Methodist-H. M. Pfann, J. M. Lee aovN. 13. BRcfwAFw'
I ; county vote.- race gover- .
moor be' made no enaeavor here until and J. McPhalter. 'I; Ribbon I Sets

I Jiythe second .... 'With no faolonal 't' --ANDHON -' I : #' "
'"'.. lines drawn the city Is difficult Hear the Candidates. ; 41 ,

"No; work and this ,pusillog\ to the ,NATHAN P. BRYAN .: :: : -
r aodldates for Jolted States Senator Hon. W. B, Lamar, candidate for "

I''..U of whom belong to the same pollt- United States Senator. will ..pe..k'a'. Will 'Speak at the Operas: House WEDNESDAY( ITOiING APRIL[ 29 I .. .. .'.... '1'i. .,::-" ".. .' /
laical! tactic :or. are so classed at any the court house_tomorrow:. (Saturday) .,, i. .. .. .r
; morning at luzau; OCIOCK, ann Oo..ernol' -
:('sate.m.labor' vote Is to be reckoned Broward will speak. at tbe Opera I .. . a i
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|I&wlih&;" bere this year as the organizations House next Wednesday night., 'Ii Is to Watson Supports Broward. WEEDDN .. < I ..v

:. are giving more than 'ordinary be hoped they will have a larger au-, DR. LESLIE W. :,. ., ,:. '.: .' .. .: 1
; attention to politics. : Le..de..re. dlenoe than bas been accorded otter The Miami Metropolis of April 20thIs : . ;t

.'..ficbting Fletcher because of his failure . candidates for the higher offices who 1 authority for the statement' that Specialist-Eye, Ear A Beautiful I Line-:4 OTwo \,111< ','. W :t" ......
to use the union label on some of have spoken here. The only way the Hon. J. W. Watson of Miami is supporting I ..41f,
"Ills printing.-' .Broward has,' U ..p. voters can cast their ballots Intelligently Governor Broward for the Nora and Throat...... l 1 > i_
,: most of this vote .at present, for State and National offices United States Senate. It will be re '. , :}:: "i'" \ ;.
'* but there re some of the active,work. Is to go out and hear the candidates calledthat he, opposed Broward.'s ; Alike. 2
c',ere lo tbe organizations who are'envoriog speak and find out what-':each one nomination. for Governor four years tdc"" '.. : .. '. : f.J.. :

to turn, the tide fav6rable.As advocates. If the, Individual. voter ago vigorously. Private :iHosoItal.- American! National ".".' i. it"f;;: ...
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u. a rule the1' organized I will take tbe time and trouble to go We bad heard this from other \ .. ; ': ,' .,.po :..r
Is divided. out and see and hear,the candidatesfor sources have .' Bank Building Tampa: '
shoe vote Probably It and no doubt of.Its correctness. ; '\' : " '
'as most unanimous In the lass. 'mu. himself he can form his o'wn conclusions ..It roes to show the governor 1 Florida. "', ..,.. , "" .' ,. .. ".' !\' ." -.t.
election than It had ever b D as to who are the best''' men Is gaining strength which.he did > ." \. .. "
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"'EIPAl Almost a man Mayor aspiring to the several' offices; otherwise not have In his race for governor.. ., <, ..: '' . :.. : :'

e'' (' and Municipal. Judge Wright I be will have to depend on the advice "" . ""- : a !t ... ..' \I':'; .," ,,, I ,. ': < .' .. :', .
,:were supported and tbe aid thus given of some one else whom he thinks Notice. .. '. 1/1/ (;. ? : : ": : "
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aootrlbated largely to their election Is better posted. These men arespendlog .,.,.; r .w "Y'. rn. i. 1 .irj.i.; ; .! ... .
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theJU time and deal. of Fla. + '!;-. L., W INN.PHW..O ...1. jI" ": '# ." ;
Whether/pa leaders can now deliver( a great Klssimmee April 21, 1908. .1'. f'l 'r II
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>:- :There are i many changes made properly before the people, and. common I have received. notice from 'Judge : w.xaetrrlonor.A j.: : .,; ' :'i'Jt'Ii.': ." '". ::4!\ ;ii: '. v" .'" .' ; ,,., ,
: courtesy demands that Jooethat : ;" .\i.; .., :;: . ; : I .
politics durioathe last month of avftmpalgni they be the of the Circuit , : ,: . __
,,: and condition may be reAverted. : accorded a full and.respectful bearing. Court Is adjourned until Thurs j---.'_; ,s.; =+wnr.. ,. ; + ". ; '" '.V; :/ ; .:
At aoy rate allot the csodl- day, April 30th; All Jurors, witnessesand wi". __, -. 1".r'' x- *.:>. : '- ; :/;,:.: .: '

. are bard at work, and from now A Happy Father counsel are Instructed not to appear -: '" 1 'T'Il' "u __" L ....._......... .. .,.. '.
the battle will be fierce, "+ until. this date. J.W.: ., !
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i Y"* .The race for governor remains. the Is sooi turned toO'a sad one If he bas E: L. txsucr.: Clert.I, J)) ; I ... ..". .'
'.'same. with each 'of.the' three csndl. to walk the floor every night "with a Per ARTHUR E. OoNmAN.0.: I .. .

It.Lea. claiming. that be' will ,get Into crying baby McOee's. Baby Elixir DENTIST. . ; ,. .
.. second primary;. Oilohrlst ad. will make the ,child ..well-soothe Its '
Office oeoeol1Pherm.c1 '
over
F .. .... tbkVstockton Is. his : nerves, Induce healthy, normal slum '
strongest '
op.
berg: Best for disordered 'bowels and J.M: 'WU'LSONR.: ,,, V'tfTTTmr'tO 12 m.
: iot, and Jeff Brown says that he
OFr'iCEhIotrlt8f
Stockton will be lo the second sour stomachall teething'babies J 1:3014 g.30m; :

_iary. It '1. ..generally conceded need It.' : Pleasant to take, sure sod S KOTA RY 'PUBLIC..; ) -,Telephone. No. 78.. Jon..6, .lyrG..F. 'c.
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cafe Contains harmful W. ANN
no. !
t Stockton bas at present the ad- drags.Price STATE 'AT '''LARGK. ) ,
25 and SO cents per bottle Sold '
itage, His strength mostly comes I .Real Estate Agent. *
: the 'prohibition counties, there by Robersoo'a.Pharmacy. ;;; I 'KRIBBS

thirty-six of them in the State. KISSIMMEE. .
FlpDRiUA '
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rut bas the local option vote in Services at Baptist Cliar b. : ;:- ,

._ jnelpal cities and his friend are On next Sunday, April 26th. 'Rev.Bunyao .. .. .. .ATTORMBYATLAW.Office .' .'
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dent of bis winning the governor: : Stephens. of Kentucky will THE, OUTFITTER.
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"A in the. Court House-KU"i. '
Oilchrlst will carry DeSoto, preach at, the Baptist church VANS AONEW:,. .., ... :... A ..
boI'o. St. Johns, Dade and bat.raUy mornlocr' and night. He comes :,. simmoe; Florida./ ....'I .
> several 'South Florida highly recommended as*,.:* man thoroughly :the I .
ATTOHKUT ,AT LAW.- I jab whont"will"be associated la '

while ktoolt In central is said.and; will Middle have otherwise equipped for the work.educationally' It aDd ,:.'I TXD NOAAMT, IitrLice. V I IC IKISSIMMEE | i: trial' of causes the law Brm,'of. ''i ..,, .... ;. ... "
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". .,counties. may,greet. him ,- .. .Orlando
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_: :.. . -"PRECIOUS-- --TATTER.ED": -- EMBLEMS.- ;"- \' :.--1- -I IIII' yvirz Take Monument Place June Unveiling 3d; to 1 -TO -PUNISH- .. CASTRO i


will; unYBU5cTat -
be !
toiuient
ft The jfifi fc: '
; Ahdersonvllle. June 3, r80,8,!_ j'
Accqrd"flobse-
M work'' was.'undertaken: at th* Congress May

+ K.i This Georgia division resolultons convention! offered'two years by a volt Tree. }Hand, 1

ago, through ;
1.. H- -1
t Mrs
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committee composed < 1
Savannah. as chairman;

i \ Young Miss Anna, of Bennlng' ot Columbus Gaines-, BIG'' BLUFF IS -ALLEGEDSecretary '

and Mrs. C, C; Sander, ot "
tM .
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y x villa The work bas.been dono under the Root U Nettled at Actions,, ); '1

able administration of Mrs. A. B. Venezuelan-.President and Cojjurn. ,vj-. :; }

I y 0 ',vt. azgJAM1M Hull, of Savannah, retiring president. '
'+ In her report nt Au- Thinks That"He ..should Be w F
? Sa.td' Mrs. Hull, 1

gusta: Spanked
r "Our treasurer,,:Jlrs. ganders! has "

r'i on hand for this monument over -special says': From a
convention adjourns A Washington
this
before
and
i ; .; '$1600. 1 expect this sum to be increased number of conference' which 'Chairman .' j'
that
to $2000. I recommend 'Cullom of the senate committee't
,
be built tor this sum '1'
this monument beautiful foreign relations- has bad recently 0.,
t accepting one of the many on

I llaltlo'Captured F1aR. offered us for that price, that 'with Prealdent' Roosevelt,, and .SeCr.-
designs
I'eglmfnt '
M tli Ttnnnt*** offered
RANDALL. land
Haiti. ri.. of the Beth V..IDI..r.nl.r., at &110.'. Creek, April( 1HOA.wy ,.... I It. we place'the monument on tary Root, It Is now probable tb "1ii' I ,
There Is date of the tal't.ureof tills lIag. forget\he Author of ":Maryland. I us In the town.ot Andersonvlllo. before the Adjournment! of the pre eia .1* ,
'" shafts, butoh, ( let us not ,
no less heroic survivors 'Let n* in MAHVLAKIKWritten ent session, .of congress! bl. ket.u.1:

\ our every-day lives substantially and thorlty will be voted to the president ,

sympathy for theMonument .' 26 against Vennuela In such
practically.show our ot Point Coupes, !.n., A Orleans to proceed
hfJfMODAY u. 11=61. J..t. published in tlic.Now manner as subsequent events may require -

Delta: . to uphold ,the dignity of the
heel I* on thy shore, .
The dcBiwt's I r +
the
Maryland! ; M' United States, to protect Interestsof

1: It -- i ,- His. torch? la at ndl' temple- door. 1 j'jc; .&, American citizens. '' t .
BRIGADE great retreat Upon Atlantabefore the Maf-l A resolution giving such authority,t THE VALIANT 'ORPHAN the subsequentone Avenge the pnlriottc i core ..
of Sherman In '.
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army llerked the strvrta of Baltimore, has been drafted by Senator
That : the president
days or'until : : : :
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hundred and twenty I the af yore, ,, ... :
And liattle-quron " ,, .1. Cullom ::and approved by the president
ByEd. Forter Thompson Jr.*Compile of Confederate September, ; the brigade was almost M tImd, h ly M r>'lan .< r r Hark to an exiled. son' appeal, general term that tbpresident .
In
"Orphan Brigade was cornposed march. In this period the men of t rit"y Maryland 1 1My . It provides f
'of the Second Kentucky In.tantry the .command received 12SO 'deathor ; mother I'talf'lo thee I kneel, shall haye' the power to deal .,

I Fourth Kentucky Infantry: hospital wounds, the dead countedas Aim-viand!/ with Venezuela In the matter of 'adjusting r
: and 'weal
"or life anil dental, for woo ,
Fifth Kentucky Infantry; Sixth Ken wounds, and but one wound being "hy peerless' chivalry reveal the controversieswith' thatcountry

tucky. Infantry; Ninth Kentucky Infantry counted for each visitation of the toil gins thy beauteous luntn. with steel, ( concerning wrong doneto j '
and Cobb's end of this (Imp Maryland l) My Mart-land)
; Byrne's. Grave hospital. At the the:lunt, American.citizens, and corporations 'I
wilt not cower In :
.: Kentucky Batteries, and the First there were less than arty men who fhou Mnryluncll Venezuela) by reason of the .Illtrcatpnont .',' ". "

-- had ''not been wounded during the '''I 1'hy beaming word.uliall never runt they have received at .the hand .. .
twenty days. There Maryland!
hundred and .
one \ .
left Remember" ('l1rro I 'R sacred trust ; of President Castro. "
i"+ were two hundred and forty men ct Reinemlier llo\vnrd war-like brunt, authority the admlnliratlon *-' r,: j
such
for duty and less than ten men deserted. And oil lip Hluinberer with 1Ire\ J'net, Under .
4 Xlurjlund! My Maryland' would ntinln! demand! the submission $
the1 of war- ; arbitration of claims (if ',;H t=
history to
search Into
A Come! ."ri. the red dawn' of the day, -
LIr Z'
like explolta has failed to show me Mnrylnnd! American citizens and corpororUons

any endurance to the worst trials of Come) mill tliy \,fianoplicdiirray. h a. ..I against Venezuela. tr; 1-:

. war surpassing thisVe must remember liiiipKnlil'n MarylnnillWith !spirit fnr the tray, If a resolution giving general author* j:: f.

I, R that the men ot this command WithVntnun'n blond at Monterey Ity to President Roosevelt to ,proceed : .t...
Mav
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were at each stage of their retreat With peerless Lowe end dashing hesee at isadopted "
My Maryland' Monument.Thus against Venezuela a* *
farther from their fire Marjlund The IVIrx 4
wit going --.--- -- .- by this'congress! and If, 111'
sides. It Is easy for men to bear of Dear Mother, liunxl the Tyrant's chain. It will be on Georgia,: soil, not that event, Mr. Castro should .eontluu ,' ; If. 1-
under circumstances !
great trials Mar Innd could be con-
that i'
victory. Soldiers of ordinary goodness to Terry' Texas; n..nKt'l"H. Virginia .should not call in. vain near any place of retaliation or In big present attitude, there Is no
-- --- Into an act
strued i
A by Forrest's Cavalry. will stand severe defeats but toendure ---- Mainland!! notbuIIng question! that! the American government .
Charge Cause." !Slip meet tier nivteiii on tile uluin., aglrt"pslon.o'or., friends, wo arc .
such adverse living heroes of the "Lost refrain the to resort;: .
the despair which 'Sic ..eml''r"-'tin the proud this monument In a-spirit of would have power
I.; Kentucky Cavalry was also attacbed conditions bring for more thana For though their cause la lost will theyremain not I'lint lifciileit minions tack- nmain, animosity! to any one, but simply to to force. Furthermore, the Indication! ''"

.to this brigade anA the men of this hundred days demands a moral and and still the live last, but Confederate It Arose in Mnr.xlunct mujcuty!again i commemorate a man, whose life we are that an aggrcslve program would ; ;.

regiment were designated "adopted physical patience) which, so far as I be long before I feel was sacrificed for us, and who be -adopted.President. .f" r-_.

orphans., I I has been much maligned and much Roosevelt believes thatCuetro 4"

The "Orphan: Brigade" was kn'ownai .t I misrepresented. We only I want to Is trying; to "bluff" this government. ,; ;
one ot the finest brigades In either \ i .ho truth and 'with .
witness to !
s; h.r' bear Secretary Hoot believes that ,
following extract from an e. + rr
'I army. The malice toward none' are placing our v' I
by Jrofesso N. ,S., baler, a to do, the dignity of the diplomatic branch
article memorial, as we have a right rA'; ; (J JI
.strong Union man,published In Scrlb- In .our own State and to our own of the government has been trampled
I
ner's Magazine (1890) will"show dead. So let us do the work now, upon and Senator Cullom an d'1"

something of t.h"1irlgade'..standing whileMrs.. Perrln Major; Wire'sdaughter I members! ct)I' the foreign relations com- ,; .

,among \)\tbo.e' whQ. )lad followed Hi a woman 'well stricken In inlttc-o of the senate,. believe., to use .t i...

career 'Some years 'ago I i years,' Is left to see and enjoy theSouth's the chairman's word., "President Castro ,..,...

ought''carefully tor' find a body ol first recognition of her fath needs. K: gnashing."

.troops !,bose' ancestors'bad been formany er's work and his unjust trial wand v ..
generation., upon our-soil. and and '
hungers
She
,
condemnation. GIRL AND NEGRO IN DUEL'Both :;:
whose ranks.were entlal7ullmized)! t thirsts for -a sight of thl memorial, : Y. '
r with or those whoso forefathers with the building of Lll .jf
foreigners. }
on
so let us go '#!!
) bad been but a short time e It, and Invite her to be present with used Guns, But,Girl Flnarty. .Routed f

upon ,..this continent It proved dif ;:4.: ua at the unveiling. Her Assailant t

ficult to find In the; Northern armies And here, let me.place on recordour There wan Intense excitement In

any command which.'served'the needs deep appreciation of the Woman's ThomasTllle, Oa.. Saturday morning

:'of ..tbe inquiry which I i drlrod.' 'to Relief. Corps of- the Grand) Army ot, when It ,was; learned ;' thattzMiso'Rlen. '

make.,, It seemed i1eeeas r, tp COn- the Republic, whose president; as almost ,..,,. ghartor. s an;*a .'H-yeat=pld girl, bad
alder a'force of at, least 5000 meri'lri her last act on earth, saw to the; ; o Jiomoof1'ti "'
)
beenT :ajb'yj(!!nii-oJat4ti! !
hojr !
would
.order to avoid the risks which removal of those unworthy;and tals@\\\1"; +rfatherthrea'mllPs"frdin? ); 'lown.The .
data tn our { /
from Imperfect and posters
signboards
come statement on far
;Federal Army It was. the custom ton In the prison park at Andersonvllle. r.egr.o: came 'up' and asked wMiuHjthe t Y

put ,the same brigade regiments With them goes one great cause for money This she'refnsed, and '; s

from different districts, thus com- bitterness and resentment, and when .house. sajlng that she'was going' << to

,tnlngllug commands ot. pure Amer- our monument Is raised we can say get what was there. She retured and ,

'Jean blood with those that had a considerable 'Well done,' ahd pass on to 'other opened tire with her father's g-jn.-The "-

percentage of loreigner4or" living work which Is calling 'to us negro shot at her three (time, the '
,
}' men of'> foreign parents. I- found 'In <' > ." ';" -" ---... from[ every aide" shot going through; her dress and bat ;:
pi
my: Inquiry: but one command that .'CONFEDERATES .PROPOSED AN ARMISTICE TO SAVE WOUNDED'. Private Secretary Harrison was Je went away but came'bark and told ,, {
and Imprisoned '
8CI3N5E .ON ,KBNNESAW, WHERK. FROM BURNING, -' taken' Washington cell''and next her that he would kill her", as the:. '*;
ENEMIES there. He occupied a '
'-From the; Confederate Veteran. Incarcerated Captain tried to shoot him. ....JI$. t
to hlmwas '
r the commander of An- She opened lire again, and'on :the ii
Win,
Henry
!
1J' Man-land!! :My Maryland l
"crossed the river"and Harrison Irst shot the fell against a past, J\
han learned, has never been excelled soldier will have : Come I for thy cliielcj M bright and strong, dersonvllle. In a letter Mr. negro
joined his comrades with l left the house. As soon as "possi

o Y In GeneralJos.any army, E. Johnston, a trained.J Jackson! Come! for larylandl thy'dalliance, docs lice wrong, night, In fact, prior to the execution ble a posse was sent with dog, .but p, .\

West Pointer a veteran of two wnruand Let not our Ingratitude cause any Come! tliin own heroic throng, of Captain Wln'-whlcb took place: no trace was found. m.

native of another Stato, spenlc-, I Confederate veteran to envy the fate Striding with liberty' along, November 10, 186G He was resting ',
I'1 a Brigade" Bald of his comrades wh lug of the "Orplmn! ren- Maryland! My Maryland .
body of men battle. But, let a grateful'people when be was awakened by the .
finest .
the
that and soldiers they were be ever saw In any army der proper homage to both the dead' I see the blush upon shy cheek sound of talking in the corridor. He Washington- Donated"by 1
and the.lIvlng-rondly cherishing1 Maryland! heard the voices! of several men and Building
anywhere memory.of the former and rendering For thou want ever bravely meek, heard them enter Wlrx'a cell adJoin- Carnegie Will Soon Be Under Way- .

all possible honor,and help to the lat- But 101!Maryland there surges.! forth a shriek ing.' 'Wire waa awakened, and one of Arrangements practically have 'been ;

,. Show Sympathy For4e Livinglierees'ot.theLost ter!! From hill to hill from creek to c-rcek the men.. evidently the spokesman of completed In Washington roi'lbe"'laIng )'- i, ..
Cause Potomac calla to ('hee..ke, him saying they atone of the'-new
addressed ,
Maryland! My ;Maryland. l1! the party, of the corner
The main wheel of a watch makes had been sent by Mr. Stanton the building of the bureau of Americanepublics "'

A Ily ()()L. II. A., IXMON., 460 evolutions a year, the 'central I heat: the distant t hunder hum. Secretary of \Var, to make Win a j. which was donated to the' ,
the third wheel 70.080; Maryland! Captain Wire Inquired
Let us not only strew flowers upon wheel 8760, The Old Line bugle, fife and drum, proposition. International board by Andrew Carp
625,600 and. the escape l of It, and was told that
; the ,fourth the nature
the graves of our heroic dead and per Mary landl. legle.. The exercise* ,Will lake pSac
with marble wheel. 731,860. Phe is not dead, nor deaf, nor dumb. they were prepared to assure him "
p' 4a petuate' their memory Northern lOCum! o'clock the afternoon'of May 11.
HuCEa! .Hlie spurns the that If he would make known certain at 3 on
Klie brenthea! She turns. .! (She'll come!
---- In his possession which
-- he
.. I'' J.' -'--------- -- She'll cornel detain had
Gc era! P. G. TVv lleaunv'hard. Maryland My Maryland! would connect )dr. Davis with the MUST TIME TELtGRAMSi: t
Jatne. R. Randall. and with some
\ .,; murder of Mr. Lincoln

satisfied the need of this Investigation of the outrages alleged to have been -
Commission.Issue*
William Oliver, who masqueraded at Andersonvllle, theywere Georgia Railroad .
and this was the First Brigade committed \*
'1 Leuvllle, died recently '
as the Marquis de offer him Immunityfrom Important Orders
to
of Kentucky troops, In -ihe Confederate prepared
a Army." at Brighton, England. the sentence that bad been Im The Georgia railroad commission has
----
When first recruited this brigade posed. Mr. Harrison states that Captain Issued a strict 'order. relative tff VfJ-

,Q j contained about 5000' men. From i Wine said solemnly that be knew grams: requiring all telegraph;conipa-

the beginning It proved as trust- cif ii he was to be executed on the morrow, ales to put on each message received
t IM it +r: qp his life he would with
trri ;
that to
s but save
of infantry as ever offlc
worthyla; body r iE i of ha exact time of receipt at:the .. -
marched or stood In line of battle. : t his last breath, or In the face torture of delivery.
unable to give one word
record I.loo long, too be '
Its military : alt "corn-
desires the
which could In any manner cause such If the sender ,
variedi, even be'summarized here. t ( '
time.o
1 will JDote' only one hundred "ahdtwenty'(120) a t ., i damnable Inference aa;that suggested. any must also put on the .'
'
days of ftc history' In t i f He then,lay back on his cot; and ling at f.ba office of origin,;'tree' of ,

the -closing: stage of Its service. refused to utter another word, despite cost: where |.he number of' words,does,

M \ On May' 7, 1864. this brigade, tben I II repealed'etrort. made by the men to not exceed, len, and at an. expense JII.'
I _____.J sBlon. The sentence
.: In the army ot General-Jo. E. John '. __ reopen the dllC@ to exceed live cents wber.tbe. tele'
out of Pal ton Ol.,_ ... was carried out the next morning. -
ton.: marched ? v1' AT k"EXINOTON'V41.! ; cram *n longer,
TRB LEI!! 81'ATVE, .
110 strong; at'the'beginning. of the I : .
.
: '" -'! '. ; Copper Dividend Declared. JUDGE GRAY'S REQUEST IGNOREDDelaware '
"f r ./ r Panama; !Ruef on Trial: ; RESERVATIONs... i
Grafter.'Abe: '
FOREST
: NO
.4teameratfor;; Trade i .
HIQHVyAYMEN LOOT 'BANK, ,. \ Abr Director. of the 'Amalgamated Copper -- .' T .
t,: "The United Fruit Company are ;AtteV many"delays the trial of company, at New York Thursday,, Democrats lest Him .for .1 \ _
'
TWO Robber Lock Cashier tn Vault building; at'..Glasgow': Scotland., three .bam 'Ruef."'on' the -charge of 'brlblnrrormer Phillip. declared
'AwaYWith" : line steamers for the. t'a.ama'tradts'at ;Supervisor Jennings capital stock. Authorized, Congress
''and Make Coin the Parksra'e'tronsj! tar cent per' shareon' 1U Despite ithe written declaration ol Not Be by

r Two men entered the CUlz n." State a cost ot more, than between t.000.000r Colon.andgulf and 'chlse to, vote, was for begun In ,San Franc on Thll I. the lame u.I tart quarter, !jJodge George Gray that;; he;.could not 'Ae ordinswa, : statemgnnE\ !madq'Weld"neaday : :?

...bank. :atfChautauqua.? } Kan:; Friday will'operate'direct' ports. e Tuesday. l' ',,, IB Honor of 'Andrew:Johnson. under 'any!"circumstances 'ewnnent+ .to .by .Chairman John ..Jpkfn?! .

',' 6'morning, and 'after; forcing Cashier : have the delegates Instructed for hint cf tj'benae
committee ,
1 the
of Judiciary .
Taft has ordered" that the : J
a' Secretary !
buslfman ,
; Pet Pasley, .
;; shad
jMHaUerhons enter."the vault; locked Three ,Meet Peati'In'\ Expl on. Name"of Murray; Sent to ""ate." national cemetery1 at Greenville, Tnn. the JDetawaro democratic state:Convention '. . It maT:bi set'down as a certainty',tbt"th
:11: gttMi' to '' Three men were killed and four other -. The president .s.t rday..ei1t'.to thesenat&tbnominaton at Dover7tteaday officially placed ; !' '
," an : : be designated and hereafter' ,knowtas ,Appalachian' forest reserve' tom, .,: .f
the currency .
...;In. pnd'aecured seriously burned In an explosion '<>t Lawrence O. \ his name.Wore the democracy for thatparty''nominaUon'tor ,
to !:shout $3.000, the ADdrewJohn'on"lIaUoDal cent.tery. h. authorize byJ 'cou '!"
amounting will not ,
Y'ttulgbt; Ctnmore-Albytf'ta, comptroller? ot the-cur- ? president of theUalUd J
--OsaV 'bills Is.-thin,o1d.'gtlae. Murray to be I.ti honor of-th j former president .".1"I"
-
W r...e..tato.the'Oklaboma..j- Manitoba, Thursday. nntT.. ,'YJce;W. U,,;:Rdge1y.! ; .restgn d.. *.*- State. / )
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;..( .treec, where.a.-ae'aur "a the.deaat '

:! .:' ;--.1------1. man bat-lodged and ram: ; the bell. RELEASE: FOR THAW *

\ ra..A1.ett'aD.wered. U.Ia'peresa. :Do noTsaCjffer!

,;:.. .i ( f i 1terlodger'adeath; ,bed," of .course.eft .' .......... '., ,
f e.1THE'CANO'SWARD I ': his"'rooms' upon .her' hands, and ,With ,.sevaifiHeadaches .

., velng'ot: economies :IhablU.she badIsmlssed ,Sought Through ij Application \ ', ,:

g .I..I-. her serving girl,, or "..Ia.Yet ; ,

:i':. OB A TILE'OF. 'IOXE! MiDKESS.( !gaga.I. : )" ,,(a. such domestics are called In jpf Habeas ,Corpus Writ when' 'w.; '

._. T /. Cambridge), and superintended. all .

0 '* I:) taattersoof the house herself..' ,, S'a' :

,....' eyJAME8PAYN-: ; 0 These! are the lodgings believe "

I; I :\' .. --..--..-.....--...... e. (: occupied{ by tbe late Mr. Perry," .DOCUMENT IS SIGNED ,. .. /,

.._._._._._._.._....._._._._._._s .'Ye./'air''," ,
-------. ---- ----------- - -- :
,
'"Are they taken yet for. the Octo-' t. Y s
.... .CHAPTER )X. 8'Fall' to the girl, who said to herself again ber term" '
First Step Taken to Get
"Now; If it had not been 81.y.- ''r" ,
again
Freedom.Between and "Why no. sir, not exactly taken..
for that Sanford' White Out of New
mad marriage" of my youngmistress I have had several communicationsabout

the death ,bed and the how much 'better'' husband them] being central and .conv- York Stat Insane Asylum iwq. .. MA R -.
enamel a battle often arises1 concernIng would this :young mall have made
enient'they' are naturally much .
f the departed, like the butting of her;" no doubt she also reflected. sought after." at, Matt*a wan. Will Cure You _

flies over garbage. His. virtues are 'and how much more liberal' a waster "Just so; I should like to look' at. proceedings 'The liver IM the maln-sprlntr tot tho'vrhole body., To'' eypoct,

2i magnified bis vices are exaggerated; would he have been to me." them. It Is* not for myself: ,, but for 'The first step la look- ,good health, one most keep tbe liver. in good order. ,To do co;

be Is "made more of" In every way More than once since .Perry's death a young friend of mine whose parents IIIJ:-to the revlease of Harry K.' Thaw av regulator u needed.'' Herblne will put Tout liver In the condition ,

than when he, was, In life, In the Adair had .seen her,.and quickenedher have commissioned .me to'.eleet from the state asylum for the Insane it ahould be and you will not auQer from headaonea.. _

case of a man of loose life and who, resolves to aid hljn. But she Matteawan. N.Y. taken Mon. _
( rooms for him next term. It Is a lltle at was
h..' omitted to make himself popular bad done her beat In vain. '' .A POSITIVE CUREFOR _
late. I am afraid: "to come on each. day. .James! O. Graham of Newburgappeared" '
': >** we'can believe nothing of what The factwas, the young scholar I _
an errand. aa Tjaw's counsel before AND'
: ,, CONSTIPATION CHILLS; _
Is Bald.though from the bad
...l very extravagance few attractions ,for Sophy, and
"Not at all, sir, not at all; praywalk Justice Morschauser of the N;w York
't of It some truth may be gathered. she bad resented 'exceedingly the use u'p. FEVER. BILIOUSNESS, MALARIA ;
The curtains drawn
are ..
,< .. Mr. Herbert Perry's. be.bad made of his of ber state supreme court at'' White Plains, .
r. memory knowledge COMPLAINTS.'
bat I will have the gas lit' In a moment AND ALL, LIVER
suffered like the aDd applied for an order direcingthe
rest and a little relations with Perry. She knew too This Is the sitting room"-, .
more as a young gentleman'who well what it was to be under anoth superintendent of the "asylum to' permit '
she went on, volubly, "as she put a
combines vice wltb economy In .my er's thumb not to.recognlt' In his match to the r.b.ndeUer-"there is Thaw to alga an application for a 'Has Done ,,A WorMOf' Good..

opinion deserves to suffer. i attempt' .to take advantage of that writ of habeas The order .
not a more cheerful ,one In Cam corpus. D. PhjllevMarble T0 Texas. writes: "1 bar, t
His funeral however., was 'largely l fact the first turn of the Mra. O.
screw bridge though I say It who shouldn'tit" was promptly lasued. need llerblne and find It the beat liTer oorrootlT 1 haveevertried.
attended. Almost all the boating Since Perry's death It was true that' say According to the usual procedure It; done my family; aa. wU as myself a world of R ,
men showed so far some respect fortbelr' Adair bad been careful not to attempt -.trlkes aIttlebare.:" it to all friend. I xwrer aWo&-trom
"It me ass ) In such case Thaw will alga the application and I recommend tor .
,|\ departed chieftain.. Mr ,Ma- to apply that Instrument but ,
,. .headaches -
"So It does sir. But a good deal for ar writ of habeas 'corpus,
wore too'was''there, .and the"'caaon since- he must have known' (though of new furniture will becoming in., which will then bo submitted to a J-JS- ., aforejlt. WILL.BUY IT.; ,
/himself a yet more unwilling mourner not .o. well as she) how Julie lever- father all t
Ar. Perry's disposed of
.- Such ceremonies,were hateful to age 'was now left In,, It, she did not tlce ot the supreme court 'prob.bly' :

", "him but '.Inee;'the young man had give him'much credit for his forbear that belonged to a dealer to the, poor which:young t'o gentleman nay- Justice Morachanser, Such writs are Ballard Snow, Linimen? .;C9: It

',, been an occasional visitor at the Laurels There little doubt In always'granted and the date when the MO.t
ance. was mind was not'i pretty thing to do." 506-50 IS.. Second Sfc ST. ,LOUiS, "?
...and belonged to hit own college, Adalr'a. mind that she was now, purposely "Nor to mine. I hope be left.,you writ la returnable l 14' fixed to suit the l : . ,, .

so much of respect ,seemed due to avoiding him;-,a circumstancethat a memento or two however." convenience of the parties 'concerned. a

nla! memory. This was the more to Irritated him exceedingly, but "Not a.', stick, sir) the l least said Then Thaw' will 'appear before a juwUce
tbe-canon's credit becau.e .hi.- which lie know not how to and Recommended. by'
xw pres. remedy. about that the better" of the supreme court for a 'hear Sold :

ence might have been disagreeably Until the late revelation1' of the'canon's "Quite true'I:' knew your. late lodger lug to ,determlne 'whather,he should_b. For Sale at ROBERSQN'S DRUG 4TORC.1:
-.tjjv';; attributed a nearer tie tbe name sentiments toward himself/ ,
myself and I fancy his father ..
the
released from asylum as sane.- .
ot the dead man having been coupled had Indeed, almost begun to despair I -- -.--
and he did'not pull welltogeth, '
very
will be' held before
Probably the hearing 4
in.some quarters with that of Sopby.Upon of'any success with'Sophy, but now "

the whole however It was hope once more. awoke within him. er."So There there are might debts' have and,, thlap'been but,. Justice' Morachauaer' at Pough\ . .KISSIMVIEEE0tf( / : .

agreed that that mattel had been at He would have much preferred to still Iteepsle.i .. .:'
one's flesh and blood should go i
w most but a passing flirtation; the Canon win ber upon his own merits, but This method of oblate Ing the releaseof 'i
for something. A father might sure- '
spoke of it aa such him Belt, and so that he did win her, even at second a..prisoner'at"the'stata' asylum'Ii
have his son's
Iy left something to ,
was* much more Inclined!> that MissAldred.whose hand-I. *, throng, the Influenced landtael,." usually taken ;when the, state lunacy EIVEEt: : ; B.BTBAMER

'nerves' had received a third per ion-he would be 'The reason seemed a little indirect I commission la'unwilling' declare .that '1j'
w considerable shock to well I -
a It. content.
)Ignore
but Adair admitted It with sympathetic the prisoner Is'sane.. '
It war not. of course, desirable Musing deeply upon this mater, LIUJB. 8TKAMER KOSEADA
fervor. .I.m he
and could not be expected tbat Sophy as be only allowed himself to muse sorry Captain Clay Johnson Sr; Captain' Clay Johnson,' .Jt'
added "for both our Bakes since I WOMAN
should put .on mourning. but she when In the open air-for when 'In' should have lilted to have purchased MEMPHIS USED GUN. 'Regular Meekly" trips'.to: Basilngep aid return Roseada leaves Kiaslsavee

I might have worn for a few weeks, as his own rooms his studies (on which some lithe thing that belonged to, Tuesday. morning, and rrlrcs ftlislmmea'Friday evening Ii

regarded manner a decent garb of if he misses this short cut to fortune; poor Perry It you eould have spared Quarrel; About Children, Leads'to a 'Special Charter Trip to Lake Okecr oboe and Fort Myer oa the Ullle.i ,

melancholy Now and then indeed, all depended) claimed his undivided It. That's the bedroom. Is ItT Very Tragedy In Tennessee Metropolis i Comfortable accommodation for pacscbgora. Rates .reasonable,

when there was any mention of the, attention-he turned back Into the comfortable, I'm sure and the terms At Memphis, T0nn. Mra. James V: The most picturesque! Waterway, /la Florida.,, ' '

dead man's name she became grave town. Many of the shopv. were shut seem reasonable enough. Of.course Wright shot and Instantly kilted Lei- roe Passtnger and Ftslcht'. It&t.e.. apply to S

enough (like. some conventional. not from the lateness of the hour I can't say :yea on behalf ot my young lie Gordon, a negro womanMonday CLAT JOHNSON ,m..'Proprtetcw. .. ,
mourner at a funeral'wbo breaks off but from lack- their usual r
custom- friend but I will 'recommend the morning. Mrs. Wright used a single-' On boar4 .UW.t Klsilmmee.;.t> '
his story at the chapel door), but ers. And the dim half-lighted
rooms with pleasureand In case of barrelled and one shot tore
shotgun
on the..whole, Sophy's behavior not streets suited well wltb hU thoughtful
approval {will let you know.: 'WhatIs an sun completely'from the wo ,0
negro
I a little scandalised her youfgiriendsgy humor. In one of them not a this stuck In the looking glass? 'A
What 'was'curious, however main man's body.Ruahtugfnto.
Sophy's thoroughfare-there was a furniture
note of. the bumps made' on the I II
health did not Improve with ber the her home Immediately
shop contents of which .

spirits, 'which caused certain wise were half Displayed upon the pavement river"Yea, air a memorandum ot poor following the kllllnr of toe Gordon 'woman -, {I L -Il- Waning 'Christianity ;

F .and Ingenious persons,, such as : He ''paused In that aimless Mr; perr,'.. 'You know bow wrappedup Mrs.. Wright reloaded Jhe shot

abound everywhere, to observe that way which Is natural to persons simi he was, in boating matters.- gun'and started la.pursuit of Mary Davis I '

It-was easy to see that the apparent larly self-Involved and'' ran his eye "Just..so; its very characteristic. .another negro woman. She ahotat ,. and, 'a. * t '.

cheerfulness was purchased at a high over the various objects. ot posed for Perhaps )'011,would allow. me to pnr<; ; price, Jt was Jcannette'a sale
e ImpressionWho : chase it?"' oflsearly'a block, but the'shot was : .Waxing Mamrnonism.
It Is needless to say did notshare'in' In one corner was a little beepofarticles '
,
"You with all
can have It my. wild, ,,, .

a' youag mistress this wanted opinion exercise- that and her, small sliding placed bookholder by themselves two'or- a heart. sir, Little'he thought whenhe Police officers'arrested' Mrs. Wright 'THE TWIN SPECTERS OPOUR.liGE ;
down those tew'linei they
jotted ,,
L y .Indeed it was many days since 'she three sporting 'picturesIn flashy would be, the' last, poor fellow; he, a'few'minutes later and .she was lOck. .

't, 'had'left 'the"house'or, extended' her ramca.; an Inkstand land. a blotting would ever'write; leastwise, exceptperhaps ed up on a' c' arp' of murder The .\ ; By"'President Schurman of Cornell.eeeee : ;

walk- beyond,the garden."I pad. that letter. as was, never homicide .followed a desperate, battle AJ ,
am quite sure miss," she Bald, It struck: him 'that"he wanted the found." between white and negro women' In 'a't

for she always, called her '"miss," toSophy's' bookbolder and he Inquired the which Mrs.. John Wright a"sisterin- tlm.t' ts it Dot. hiN..2
"What letter ...e HAT Is th$ blight and malady ot our
: great-' content '"that one of price of.I lt,> ''"Well air. a letter'as he wrote to, law' of Mrs..James Wright. who lives ...... mean and sordid conception of human life which everywhere

your old :constitutionals'would' ', do -.Tbi: The'proprletor/arough.'red-beard his. father-on.ihe ,. day ,of;his :with) her. "received a ,bad beating,;at 1: prevail? Among'all'Classes and conditions of,.people,do
/ TOil a great deal) ot'good" ed man. whose, eyes shone keen as aferret's his Z
"I death.; It was on desk-4that-.ru; the bands .,of, tho Davis and Gordon e. you not find a ,1t.u, eUye. It generally unexpressed.;bUf
am very well as-1 am thankyou In.the flaring
glassless .
gas swear to-.nd LIlA took ItJl.tq: the' '' children 'W.1 that the life of human beings I like the-brute jrealnra"' a..oe*
she" out'to women; A' quarrel over the ,
"and I
k replied I cannot say J ran him at Once, like a spider :
< ay that I take any pleasure now in who, sees a fly. in hU net. post; at leaatthat's'my b.n...aftl ; of the while woman being stopped i. ..' 'them, consists.In the enjoyment of the' "ptateffal'ttrlap.v! \lkh' 'I
though the girl stuck to It' Mr.s e ....... perlab la the using?, .
want ,
children
about sell from with
--, never meddled with It. BuwJjeD't'haDDened ............, To get and to have is .th Jnott not only Pt the ;;
1"" Jeannette smiled llttle contemptuously -' alone'be-said. ; "tbe '", hole lot. you living ,In the vicinity, led to the battle
to,mention It'tohis: father: but of the nation
, l Of the altar and of the hearth. The energy
; she'knew that the assocla-'j! will observe ,.r y;. .. the gentleman ."fd.lie, never re- Is pouring Itself Into production{; we are coming to'me&lUe' mar- -l ,.with,
Lions to. which Sophy alluded were at an uncommonly figure;. theyTe I 'DEFENDS PRESIDENT.
celved the,letter .BORAi4 his bean and mind and possession.: .
I aoul-In terms of mere eequlsilfon'and !! .
,i not of nature, to evoke mach regret. t justthe: thing to furnish a ,ounggent' '
!'It I.n't miss > "Could any-one.else'have.taken. ,, A waning Christianity and a waxing Mammontsm are the twin spectres of '.
If
; as you were' rooms with who wishes to do Tackles
ble to meet folks," she went on. I It on the cheap." it?" ; Idaho Senator. the .Brownsville our age. .And between'. them not only the natural Idealism of the spirit;}hut ,
lIa-1 'Whyv no.< sir: why'shoufd' they, Maiden the Ten Commandments Disregarded.
:
"I am sure "the town looks a. I And -looked at the young schol C..n Speech. and tbe Golden Rule'are disavowed
,
'
the plague was'In It;* all the young I as, whose"apparel oasted'of''neither except to post it? Unless indeed. It Senator Borah" Idaho one'of' the': and In their place, at least for the sir active days of the week. is the.rutbles.*,' f '
"l was curloslty'whlch; I-should struggle for life and the of ihe the most canning or m .
men are COD" down'. for .the'long vacation 'scarf pin nor watch chain.aa thoughhe younger member of the senate who success strongest, "

." I I thought It probable that he might be' loath to.thlnk of anybody, thoughthe has not yet won his spurs' In congress, most highly' favored whether by powers supernal or by power infernal' ",

"Not all of them.". returned Son have a frugal lnlud.I I men as brought the poor young but; who has achieved a'reputaUCMI'lnhl..own ; But the vast m.Jorlt'.re fatally bandlcapjwd goaded, either 1rr41l8'J: );
" gentleman home were anything but pangs of hunger or the the of Injustice, they, bitterly .'
pricks of stings
shy, with quiet significance | am neither a freshman<< nor a and part of the country as a trained envy or
spoiled stair
'' well behaved the .denounce<< a social order in which classes monopolize what thej-'Ie.m '
fool favored -
"Urn well of my '
course you will' do l. mau"Cetarned; Adalr by carpet with' their-wetboots and wantIng lawyer'and'a speakgr'of force,and .. '
.a" you please, miss, but the no means pleased with the the good things of the' world. '
young accur.c1or ;
gin,.d libitum because of their ability, came to the defense 'of the The call beam livelihood is dOD'i'1Ou-becomi a para--. ... '
two-fold. It
a
gentleman can't bite you, and 1 must the other's diagnosis "I wouldn' you
'
I sa4,err nd. president In the debate. on the'Browns-- cite on the and ,The Idle rich are an. -
,,say "your being so set ..uponkeepingotit'of'hlafwar have such pictures at a gift. community you stunt your own nature. ;
but those
-"And .men en-
must Mook to him ; "Every man to his taste.--returnedthe nobody*' vllwle case Monday 'excrescence, In any.properly organlced community' ,

J .. ;;-very much aa If.'011'were afraid ''of shopkeeper 'Indifferently; "they tered the room? Senator Borah raised a square Issue The vice of the age la that men want wealth without'undergdng'hat'totl, "

.t, .him". } were'the, property of a young college "No.sir, nobody, except, Indeed a, with Senator Foraker 'of' Ohio made by which' alone wealth Is created Among the rich and'' well-UwJo business

"1 am not afraid of him, Jeannette gentleman recently deceased, who young woman from Canon Aldred's.Miss light of'the attempt to make the evidence and professional classes "grafting" baa been BO common thaf the veryjdea/of, ,. .

: ; I'm not the least afraid of held his bead up pretty high. I can Aldred his slster..Jiad 'known 'support the contention that the commercialism bas become a by-word and a reproach., ;..

"' him nor of any one else, thank tell ,..ou.If '-:rou.... not a freshman poor Mr. Perry, it seems; and sent soldiers of the twenty-flrth Infantry''. Financier; capitalists, corporations-may be the moat oonspicuowssinners; ,'

heaven" \ you must hare heard talk enough in some flowers. No. no;. It letter was Lira from did not do the shooting and struck but equally guilty la the merchant who cheats his customers-, the lawyer' ; "
'doubt. She'took the
"Still, I wouldn't uncivil to him your time of Mr.' Perry of Trinity." no the desk to put It in the post, and some sledge hammer blow In the defense who shows\ his client .how to circumvent the laws, or the'scholar who glorifies,....
-, If I was you.'naiss.",,' "Oh those were' Mr. Perry's, were his patron's .ucce..ln business, Irrespective'of the method by'which'that.suc- vce.s
> then dropped It Into the kennel, careless of the( administration's course.Ile .
"I am not uncivil. What Incivility ; they?" Kid Adair, unable to exclude was achieved; or- the preacherwho transfigure the tuthlesioppresser. ,. '
la there in my keeping within doorswhen from his tone a sudden access of. In- ,I, girl.: characterized: tho rioting at Browns and robber of six days Into the exemplary Chrl.tlan..of the seyentn.; ,: ii* ;

( I am not inclined to go out? ,,1 terest. : "I dare say' that war It, Mrs Aye- ville as treason and eald' any form We are dealing with the virus of a universal Infection;,, :Tbe. .whole n.tlon. ,ij
left Here is something in exchange ,
'y like my home, and am happy in it; "You knew him sir, I see Well for the memoradum." of compromise with It would be an needs a new baptism of the old virtue of honesty, The, love of money,and the "

I love the liberty that I had lost and even al.a.memento, these little : outrage reckless pursuit of It is undermining the national character. .B.;:V t'-' '
lI.e.hUllng.. Is too
?-. have regained, and I will, never again things should have some attraction "ph. air- BOLL- But the nation.thank God. Is beginning to perceive the flat danger, The ,
much"
run the risk of losing 'It-at all I for yourand they're dirt cheap." not FOR WAR 0 WEEVIL, reaction caused by recent revelations testifies to a moral 'awak Bln4.1 A'heart
"Not at M. Such things are
events to "the person you have In I Adair was passing the highly.colored will'fetch. the nation Is still sound though Its moral sense bas been. too long hypnotised.
to be' estimated by what' they '
+Y your mind. pictures In review"The Meet" ., I with goodnight and a Money. ,'la Included In Agricultural, Xp- by' national prosperity.. , ',
"Oh lud! mlBSrl didn't mean. that. : The rind? "Full Cry" etc. 'Then let." you proprlatlon Bill. r 11 ''o y,

One may be reasonable kind to a he -took the blotting pad which good '
up
I "Thank .you, sir thank, you. 1 The .agricultural appropriation bill, M M ts n
;
.11' young man, I hope without, intending was, of tartan uniform with/the, Inkstand ,
wish it was yourself as was coming which was reported to the senate on
; -'f to marry, him.- and.book holder. and as he flute mwtS 'k'kr
to occupy your poor friend's rooms.. Monday 'by :'the 'com'mUtee. on agriculture Society'sResponsibility ,
"No doubt but the person in question tered the leaves .his hand. suddenly y.
I'D.ur.. he\wlll be pleased up yonder for number important -
is'; in my 'opiniona dangerous began--. .< *. I. provides a

one to deal with, ; it you' give him an "All as'' gooo' a. 'new/* urged' the if he U permitted to".know" tbe Interest Investigations. The bill.- as reported CririfeBy

Inch he takes an ell, and any attempt dealer "The poor young gent was Adair you'walked take la away him without reply. to the senate carries i.fll,64z-' ; for { 'I&

to conciliate him only convinces blm not much of 4 reading man nor yet 146 an Increase ot UII.UO.over'the r ,.t
state
future
'*' th.t".ou'are'ln his power Now, I ot a writing, man 'first-rate oar, Speculations' upon' ne.er'a be: Verified, amount of the iblli 'aa.lt: was, :passed !' neputyConzmi'sslonerwoodsothe'taw YorkPoliceDepartment. !
since they could
"." :
- am not In his powers and never .Intend and a 'good swimmer-yet he' was' had 'generally interest for him, by the house. .
;
.
"
to be. .drowned.! '. but he'' did experience a' twinge at Ot the appropriation for demonstret-i F rti

: .1,". ,r ."Very,'good, "miss., I.m aure I,, "I" think"I'll take the Inkstand and those" last, words. of Mrs.: Aylett'a.. He log t'h.! best methods of' meeting"tie '- .ERE Is no such thing as a criminal ctass, ,Any 'atatement
:.. hope never may be."' the slider said Adair; f'as ,
you you with reference to the to-called: criminal class" :crakes
thought it very unlikely that hla parchase ravages of.the cotton boll'weevil $10,' ; tbepYosperous
> -'M.be"- How can'I be T What say they will be cheap/
T' II feel too
a of that memorandum' of the"bumps' available. II entirely comfortable sitting at the club
. ; do'"Oel mean?" 'v 1, "And the.blotter, .too.", said' the 000_ Is made, '
. ,," upon 'the "rlytr ..would'beknownto II II with their after-dinner cigars. It removes the feeling of .....
"Nothing missnothing? ;, only" It's man.' "I can't spoil-the set. though,. .Mr Perry'a departed spirit II 11 sponsibility.from that section of society. where It properly belongs +

ri never well to be'positively'certainabout as for :the pictures,:, perhaps I may but If It 'wu- known" he felt that 1ftwould'by LUMBER ,PLANT. 'SHUTS DOWN. t' ( ,: snd"place; It on heredity .and circumstance: oy.r'1'' >
.I
anything.. And' especially; as sell them.separate. "Let..ussay" five- : no means afford him satlsfaction. <. . -... IL which'we--have no control.1 In a large Proportlo "of 'cases ';
my poor ,old, grandmother, I uaed to and twenty'/shllllngs. ,* criminal l and
the 'tbe-poor fellow'who baa .
. The Red Cypresa Company at Pr.lori. I1soclety gone
nay, who. bad -seen better days "Very good here ia my card, said ,
.To'be Continued.. Business. wrong from I lack of work; poverty, strsngeneas to the '
though she died in the ,workm.Don't Adair "send them round to. tfcyrooms Qa,> to Cease' t customs ,
l and language of the or the sudden
"l I Cypress Lumber country! flash
bout f > to-morrow' morning? !but ; Lfor' The Red company,
:." was traitress I blotter_ happen..J Aa to Frlends,' Ga. 40:; of, ,paslon common to.n. .of' .u.. Economic pressure'social ;, >aM|"-'
7eannette ,no, but the as it : at Pretoria,, neat Albany; , a $ within the .

d.. from the first moment -that'+, Adair' I want a.blotter;'so I'lljust take, that "F lend."sald Uncle .Ebe ."13 t. 000' 'concern, '1 1., being, closed down,'. will explain_maladjustment much;'of well the crime and, the scope making of of our ,power to remedy. "
palnvsne bad borne with '* good deal like'mushrooms.:, It'.,often very very many of oar 'OI'Img
\r, i'gold, had-touched'her, me. : the being: to go'Intd'liqulda: .
; purpose '
e.llln msike
Inals And a great our present social system ts that It
.1:,_ ,become, bl';1.el1.: wisher' ; his contrast And he tucked'the thing under.hlxirm : hard to tell de difference benteen Uon. The big new pine' mUll has already off Deler--the too often *. ,1
or'lhe first citizen whohas
a'Cjrlntlnal
(In'' the' ", a)' openhandedness; ) 'to ,- 'where' It was hidden 'In ..the de good"ones an' de bad ones until : slipped over'into, wrong.doing .

Perry and hi* obvj.ou8, dislike topim folds. of-hts college gown. He bent It's everlaitlnlr: too .latfl.,-WwhIngton clown .down: Over.400 employ' .: once, 'it'tnakes him.hardened' Instead of dealing- 'with..him. -aa- ,.,......

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,. J l Jlmac IIey' Va Johns."Cbeerfui"MoClelland.A Sister .'of \flowers!'-Beetle I BLANK FOR COUNTY OPF.lCE.I '

Voice'*Berta BalsAen. '
EVERY I'ItJDAT't "'13111'. In Trouble"-Hm-tlt} AVI1I .. ... -... .April. 1908. ; '
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Office in Valley Gazette Building. lams"Tbe Man Who Comes Heraon Sun- To the Honorable.T* M. Murphy. Chairman of ,the -Os&eola, County SPRING :

KU81MMEK.: OBCBOUA COUNTY.1TUA." day"..Nellie Hans."Be > ,
In Time"-Oliver O dwl'n. Democratic Committee Osceola County,Florida. ;; ;;
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'!Boys ...Maice' Men". -Eddie Williams. '''* , "1...,- .
Dear.Sir-. ;: "" \
W. B. HARRIS, Editor sad Prop'r. f, %. '
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"I lolld UlleyiUaulerion. ;
-='" "November Dav"--Dewey I Tumbltn. 1 hereby. file with. you. this my notice of ,candidacy' y!find,< applicationto , a
*- SUBSCRIPTION RATES! Song, "Billy **Boy!' Primary" " I GOODS
OM MPT,OM p...... '........ . .MOO Grades. .. r*. have my name printed'on theprlmary election ballots to beused; at .
Oe.eopy.rte nontlw.,. .. ...... . 60g1..opy.thr..ta.ata. "When I'a" l 1181f11a to Shave"SolPadgett. I .
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---- -,__ __ _." __:'_. :=m' the Democratic primary election called, U-be held May 19th. 1908 asa -
.._ ..utaow1e.1e.rr.ordwmynuat '"Happy 'at.IU"-Oeo.- UaUuen. '
froni
All ammuntokUora. b s,4n.dtyth t our. wrltar<< Tableaux-Tlrr" Hobo'J1.We Ioome. candidate for nomination to the office of ...:::. r'r..m
.1..ru.w.r will not ... rrturned un.. .. Canoll"Ge.tleUa81
Paddle Your O.n
...] . .- .- --.. -, --. , .V.- ' .-, .1",..'. ... ..,,.".....Osc.e County. '
1:...?... at the Fnctoflle. KIwlmnKW. .FU.,.. "Mi "
condlaM. trail mat_. ".I'mllct'I..n: You Can1*-Kdith!: 1 enclose herewith the sum of $..., .. .., being the ; S
'=-".' "\Viaa-.,. Holy ,\l-o Waittnd"-OusaleIaldc : '

Friday, ,April 2-1. 1007. ) I Dialogue u. Occupations-Dells. Turn- amount of my assessment,for the said, office, : V I with. Ginffhaijis, < Calicoes, ,

blip M: lllo less.(. ... May .Uau'emon, I 'am a white Democratic. elector of Osceola County.. State of .
"" . Annie:T "nhlli, AJwlllfl' Halnden and V !La'T'l1Hr 1)).it 0. Goods Etc.
ih /
.ae+ +ees...... .ststlessae llertle, .Will lam I, . Florida; I declare"my adherence to lhe.prhcI-plesand.. organization of ,
"1ia Can't Vote"'lay" P.adgeU. ,
R WHITTIER. ))Ialflllu",,: the Democratib party National. State and County,.' 'J'he early buyer ge.ts.the
I M..v i Th Hock and the I I See -Ltnu MeOlelUnd .
,arid! Nc' lit"J.'U 111 I.II n. I am by the laws of the State of Florida a lawful.. elector' of Elec'tlon r .
, b. I. O. Lady 'luraU..tlllVlllla"'II, Nellie \ )1i. ,
}I 4 rieOele.. ...'.................. I uses, Mattle; llMHfifii. Nellie Turnlllnt / -. Precinct.'No.; :._. within the said County and have paid my best_ solGcti .: <: ,:" ,::,
I' tltt. May Padgett! T ea .. ,
Harvey "
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, j Primary candidature possibilities tie, liaUden. Annie. Harvey,, Delia" poll taxes legally) due, and I pledge my ,honor to abide by and supportthe ..r.. :..,., .. '. ,. I" ,' ,', 'J" '.., )'II. 'r'\;."',:.,''il'I"-\.:>,j. .
and probabilities are engaging the at. Tumblin and Annie Tumblin. . ','' ,
,, ;t tendon of very many of our citizens Declamation-Adam and I ICve Wed.ding re.sult of primary elections, and vote for the nominees thereof. '. Vai'uei J" .S.
such YouI.'fm'lld1wI4
at prelleo'Earl, .mall bring ua a, Lon 11'--Nellie) Tumblin.. I. .r' .
' fresh supply! of circular and our Dialogues: ,. .'. :4 V! .
people are amazed at the number of How tlin Quurri'l BeganMay' Pad
our would-be official who are willingto gett and, Nellle-Tumblln. ; NOTK.-Cand ate .torcounlv oftlcescan 1111 out tbe above blank and
acrlflc home tie for the sake of UnIII'uI/ :)lclona-M..,' Padgett tend, with the amount of their: a.sesmcnt. to T Mr :Murphy, Chairman. Kxecutlre : '
serving their country. This army of' May Haulerson, 1 Kiln Harvey' I.eatleDalsden Committee.' V ,. :
martyrs t.obell' patriotic desires are Annie .Harvey Nellie Itasa. KATZ
becoming more numerous a* the selecting T..blel&ux-E..tflr. Sunday. -

time approaches. Without: Closing( Song.-Farewell.: BUD .. 1.i 1.
thought of the financial part of the DED--TREES
program they are thrtmlng forth their,
f platform. with an' enthusiasm'{ that .ALBERT W. G1LCHR1ST.. .
I causes us to admire their audacity ... r Ie
'we fall to ...Ipecttll>6lr claim, Isles worth Nurseries.
Our registration book has been ,
t .opened about two weeks and twenty-. CANDIDATE; FOR COVRNORI!;
: PPrlPRIETtuS J. W. HOARD AGENT
three recruits have been added to CHASE & CO... :
new was awe"""'. 'tih'w''''as.' wv -----a.
WbKtler's/ liatof voters and several OF FLORIDA. and Winter planting general i
We will have ready for next Fall
other. Five are candidates expected from, this precinct -- -- assortment of Orange andOrepefrultTrees of all leading varie- 'C. CARSON, pr.sli..t., f N. C. BRYAN S.cr.i.ry.Z' ..
l stand before this. body of intel tiell. Our trees are budded on good healthy rough Lemon and
are to Sour Orange roots guaranteed free from Insects pests of any kind. : IE
fired when'the
t" lifreot citizens to be at
I I1
primary' takes. place. Inspectors and I .-\budded\ from bearing trees. In our groves and therefore true to
f will\ have name. Our facilities for growing; nursery stock are second to I
+ clerks of election certainly
their bands full and as most of our none slid l our trees are at fine as motel and twenty this season year's experience of the I Waters &, Carson Grocery Co. '
experts have enlisted In the. army of can produce. We are making a specialty
destined to become the
famous California Valencia Late. which is
' candidates: their duties will bands.be en.I greatest money-maker Florida Our Valencia buds come direst 1- -Wllo..".'. s.d Retail D.al.r.l>- '
strutted prlncip'ajly to new
the district now famous for producing i'
n from the bestbe.ring tree in
The Emporium continues the center .;: g'I
c of attraction for the shopping public p the best Valencia\ In California. ':: i r itCOUNTY S

;1 and the Hotel de Ueulah is preparingand Write'for. Prices to J. W. HOARD. Gotha, Fla., or call and see our Nur

; repairing.. Miss Deulah for the future has adopted tourlst.lcrUlh. a I I series at Waco on Florida Midland J?. ,R. I :

f system of Irrigation. which proves AOBNTS FOR i
that proper industry can provide for j G

r a drought such.. we are having. at .iI.- '..,... . :. ,-. .," '-; ," -......-_ 1ft' HAYGRAIN CRATES
lady
the present time. That thrifty I I Celebrated Fertilizers .;
t well dug not far from tbe
has bad a C. A CARSON JOHN M. LKR. N. B. CARSON. '
t r. u. numerous residences she has bad J! Pr..i4...\., VIc..Proeid..t.1 Cashier. ETC. {
,erected for fowldom and has prepared ... <:Irc:....* mmt Prices "
i hose whereby, she can furnish an i \ Bank of 'Kissimmee.Kissimmce Fn .... o. Application. '}
State T
abundance of water for crop chickens / \ / It\ t
., and many' otherpurposes.' This Is : pla. '.
the first attempt In this country to establish .1 ,
Irrigation and some of ourcltiaens --- HIDES FURS WOOI.OoTJ.aa.tr3r

,1 have determined to follow the I PAID UP CAPITAL....... ..... ... ... .. 5 8O 000 00TOCKHOLDBRat1As1Nr'yr a

r ,wurt.b-example thus set for them LI : ...,........ BO 000 00

t_ coropllsh Industry and results determination Miss Deulah can, with sot No faction machine or ring brought. DEPOSITORS BBCUVITY.... .... ... 1OO' 000 00 : Produce a S special ty.r : .- 1 1K 1re.

full supply of both these Tlrtue, will him out. He came out as a candidate -- '
certainly. make a success of her under alone and single handedHe will be .Prompt and Careful" AtteatloM: ; given to aS matter ea- -
6 taking. (rusted to us. Bxcbs*H.a coed at all point at Cheapest
ID filling our Unit Creek. reglstra- glad to receive the support of the corporations tea. .
bad the ,'of the anti-corporaUgns, 1' raY' uUSJr'ESS SOLICITEU.S .
we pleasure 3. ;. OUR : ; dkW A
lauerelyecedlr meeting w ; > > <
of Miss Ellis: sad Jack:Yat... the prohibitlonista., and the anti(:pro-
The former Is the belle) of that locality tilbltlonlttt.' of' the. "local optlonists, RECEIVED -
JUST A FULL LINE OFWhite
aud the latter full 'oropel humor .
.. .
.and aense'making -s valuable addl'tlon the Christians and the Jews and of the 'J: y

to that locality. gentiles, the"Publicans and slnaeri.*' ... Al

w. found Mrs. Little Savage bust He would even accept the support-lot 5 Q& ST I QSQS_* S I.
with her household duties, which were the Pjtarlsees.Tbe RoseGoods A
discontinued on our arrival for a
:jf\ 0. corporations can do without the ;
that admirable lady and
time and S OSCEQLA PHARMACY ,
.
& ,,I. C.were soon busy exchanging noteson people, and the people can do without I. . .,. irase" ,1'r't ; '.( I .;."/,'fl, ',{I ."' .
th. act and doings of the neighborhood tbe corporations. Neither'should. be ''' .
and occurrences that had .; 'l.f.' ,. ,' ,; : I". ., ,4. .
allowed to oppress the other. Capital4s : .. .
+; com under our observation while sojourning : U ,;.. '. ,10- '. '< ; '"
among those from other organized 1 labor should organize. V [

i. camp ,But the most agreeable surprise Tho.license tax lawllloenslng each ; S .
to. which we were)' subjected on little enterprise should be amended in You GetPrescriptions Correctly I
a C this'trip was our visit to the cosy retreat order that taxation should bear'tnore sf Where .

t resorted to by Crow Sbriver. .,.nl,. Filled at Reasonable Prices t'S Canned Fruits. Jellies Jams. Marmalades, Vegetables :
Here we found not only .sv hospitable Article XIX of the Constitution pro
couple, but discovered them surrounded vides for Local Opt Ion. The qualified Fish. Etc.R. ;
,, by all, the bounties lift electors (not the Governor) approveor i .
which betokens Rood' cheerNever veto "constitutional amendments.He It makes no difference; whose blank your Doctor writes '

before have we been more roTally en.tertatoed. \f\ not on the "recently constructed his Prescription on, we can fill them correctly. I S. Floyd & Co.
,and the spirit of quiet contentment -, :< band w gon." 1 which ..
REMEDIES
"which prevailed In the household -: He commenced life working inQuincv We are Agents'for ELBA HOME
c Indeed made our stay among Florida, at. a salary of $18per 6x 1 .P'4
".*,.* them both agreeable and comfortable.Our . month and boarded himsalf. 'He S are guaranteed. \ -",,_, I.' VY. ' tP' 'O e1"tir'P'Y" "s __9__
frieni Crow has indeed found sJewel has bimself been a hard working, '
-i .;, in his choice 'of companions. struggling man and he. knows what it AR'TICLES-
Miss Scrap managing her department means In others. He.has never married S; FULL LINE TOILET '

,;, 2with a skill and grace that does her he has always hid ..obligations.His .
-vv- honor, being recognized as'a goody life bas been spent more In
;- neighbor and skillful housekeeper and thoughtful! consideration of other NEW
fair of, good cheer to all who 'visit' people than of himself. He-feels sure SPRINGS .
+' them. They have a fine pen of' cows be will be elected."If he gets enoughvotes
,. hogs In abundance and above all, the ," He does not propose to tradeoff FAVORITE"FERTILIZERS to citrus and. Aiii .
j e best range that the country ,affords. a single olJlce. There Is honor In
These combined with a good comfortable being Governor.- It is tainted with Other Crops.FERTILIZER .
house fat. hogs in the pen and dishonor he does not want the office. ,
fine growing crop on rich land point
-Fc to the future for successful life. --0-- GOODS
Our Democratic rooster... Is ..,.ala oo
,} the wing and when next heard from
+ will have wonders to relate which wjll MATERIALSINSECTICIDES ," ..
Y surprise fowldom. ( '
Having been furnished by Prof. 'T
Hubbard with of v anal '
t' a program our (
.. .r; school exhibition will conclude this NOW OPEN
I'1 article by offering for publication: ,
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Opening aong-"Life on the Ocean

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? Harvey Welcome'Nellie by Stereos Nellie' Tumblin, Annie ,Raulerson Ell... J. M. LEE :-' KISSIMMEEAGENT K. C. STANFORD CO.

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Leatle Dalsden Annie Harvey FOR

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"The Coming Kuler"-Andrew Me Sanders Fertilizer Company, Jacksonville. Fla.

,del land.' '" .
I "Teddy's Secret". -Dot Bass .pi JT 1JK.1n BARGAINS AT CASH STORE i r

+ \"Trying' to Me"-Linburn Godwin., J. H. RED ITT :
"Little Hands"--Myrtle Raulerson, garalluar ,dlrreraB.alts'aeraBr Ac e. 'ask o. Br Baafk.a..au/acrlc rJ. I
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JEWELER AND Calico 5c per yd. J'Ictures and. Picture Primes, 25el
( ; A Speech-Inez Godwin. M Picture Moulding. '
:f- !;r, r '-How'TbeItightChild'-A11oeTuwolln.We Learn"-Ada' WATCH REPAIRER. 4J. W. TBOJUPSO( $ 1 1,11(-Lawn, 40 in. wide. 15o: per, yd. :i to 35c.'

q Music: Stevens.. Lace, 5J In. wide North 20o, sells Spool Thread at 4o.Ladles' .
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.Instrumental.Tableaux-i-The lAtt.e.Writer.: Call and sea my Line of ''Watchefc 'I'I All Kinds of Frames 15c. :JJ
Union $1.00.
.f. Dialogue; ., "The Grave"Mattis. Ie --- FUNERAL DIRECTORJJCENSED' / .made to Order, '.. Casi lirere Pants, wonli, '2.50. sellat Suits at
fLhaedenalld Nellie Bass. : 'Ordered fd 1.7o;; Good Door Lock with two keys 20c.;
' 'TbeShlp,, on. .rjre", -Nellie 'Turnplin. ,. Any article of Jeelry .Promptly! : EMBALMER > .1 ,

'of'" ,"'. ", ','rWatcb" V 'Him"Aclria'Stevena.Polito'rowPadgett.: > upon Itequektr<< -',, .a..a .,; I Prompt attention,, Given!to Pin"' Strip!( Pant .. vvoi-tlj', 1\11.,1\\ (), tell lit _Nice Suits Clothes worth 914; at tlO
91.00.
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".7) -'Wben. I'm hanMsn"--tA2 > -Dodwlo; 'POl' Mate, ! telegraph* 1.25. New Dress Goods from 1ft to 25c.j' ,

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When theTeacher'. House fully furnished and In !good or 78 Court'House Squa.e/ .j :
aux PHONE ' ";
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Supplement-Tlie Kiasimmee Valley ,
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Jno. S. Beard's Speech. I hereby...-,- myself Ha a ............. for h bra Satisfied by my friends to became

Jno. 8. near4.'c"odld..Le for : .' CoaatySuiMrlntwMloiitorpvblMlnatraotloa. If a candidate for County Commlaakmer from Die-

aU.Lea .addressed .ANNOUNCEMENTS. loetad I will devote an of my time. the duties mot Ko. .. and bellowing that I em quallfUd to
a .
Senator of tM oftIoh Co III-TOW ICLL nil the offloa I hare doaldod to onto the....,andwould
leas at the Opera House et """,, """" r eoliett the rapport of the voters of my.....
night and made a floe 1mon For apoHBU.aaat of FablU .trtlD. trict. 0. W. BATTON.

l ibis h,} ..re.... He wa inbBMaj. Per .......ff. To UM Voters of OooaoU County '

T. M. Murphy. thereby announce myself M e candidate for I hereby announce myself for I'a-alottlea to UM For County CemaalaolOMr.T. .

,a of the County Democratic the am"of lIMIt 01 Oaoaola county. rabbet to .....of County SaporlatoocMat. of Public. la- the Domocmtt. Voters of Oaoec m County 1

ra< Committee and made 'anve UM action efUMdomo-iratlo iirlmarlii etnactIooo subject. tbs adios of UM DomoeratlaPrimarlaa. I hereby announce myself far nomlaathm as
County Commlealimar for District Number.. and
review 'of his position In ,' O.BUCKEL& SoUclttne;your aupport. f amp shall epprMnata" the support of the prcpU.. my
>a with the fifteenth amend Baapaetfally. ,.dtatrlct.and ....... to thank aw frkmda for their
major portion of his address for Skerlf W. J. SEARS put rapport, and If elected will discharge the
oimy to the beat tntermta of the
roted to a discussion of this duties dues
I hereby auDonuo myself s candidate for the for supervisor*;I.t..t.... ,people of Oaaooln G _tr.. J.I!. WALUB.
H also nald his
to ,-. respects
the scitlon of the
offlot of Sheriff; subject to 1
oanrttrtat. for taaoOoaof I'
III making the that I hereby announce myself a
ponents, point Deniocratlo .. For county Com mtaotoaer.I .
f the three candidates had extb Prlmarr.QCO. Saoorrlaor of Bocb*>aion forOaoMUCoaaty.
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W. QVKRBTRtKT.for I I hereby announce myself a candidate for the
experience .oabJMt to UM action-cl the. DomonaUa
same legislative
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coo of County Commissioner for District N. 4
as ..U. be and each of the others Sheriff.t Primary to ..bold May the 1Mb. 1....and mostrespectfully I'I Oaaeola eouaty,and aolt.lt the Support of the ve
be served term In the Florid aatura. solicit the support of all.any frlondsUkmctiout
II' one hereby" aaaooaee my candidacy for MM Stage ee toralamydMbrlctat. : the democratic primary to

tIP. leg . Fletcher and Lamar he Sberilf at Canada Oouaty. subject to the IemGo the. _tr. be held May Itth. and promlaa If ........ to die
C. OBirriN.
l d red, anwered to the roll call ones Primary. If elected I premise UM boat Sharon tbadutlMof tbaeffloeto the beat of my

al lly asM promp..I\\ and ..bI'l/rep eorvtee of Which I MB eapabU. Per supervisor of .. l.tratloa.Ta ability.. JOHN H. BAISDKN.
I' aocomiilUb* C. P. PUY A1T. the Daaworatla Votora of OaaaoU Cnaatirt

to TVllahassee, as far as the / '< I baroby anaoBBOo myself for nomlaatlmi to For vonatv ........_.... ''

lidsa ow. Broward however, Per State Senators the offloa of super vl..rof Racist U- faO rotaConaty. liaaeby. announce myself a ......Ida..or

bad accomplished something enthuslastie.tar more as I thank any friends for pant favors and. County Commissioner: from District No. .. aadraepoetfuUy .
show he T* the Democratic Voters of the 19tJa BeantorUl -
record wa an
the
solicit their hearty support la UM approaching .......1 the eapport of the vgtora of
supporter of the Flaglerdlvoroe. Diatrict. I May Primary. Tory.naiMctf,. acid dlalrlot., W. H. MANN.
bill. He also criticised. the. I hereby. consumer myself a candidate tat I 3. A. LANCASTER.

governor for appointing W. H. Milton State senator, Iron this. 4a.tr1o.bJeo& to the Per Cote sty ......... .

to the senate,-claiming that Broward DacMeratfaprlmarlaetebelMldon UM ltk ofMay. For Seeorvtoor of ..K..t..t.... To... Domoomtle Votes. of Carrels CeoMyt

a* locons sbent to making t.hl..po .IMS. elected I will ...dea...ur to ...110- I am a candidate far UM oOoa of Supervisor of I haaoby Sameness. myself a eandtdato forCcuaityCnmmlailnaartsPmli J

I *OIntpentytJh' be bad always preachedthat tuff serve_ I Ball appreciate any aid that Registration for Qaooola county and aonoit UM let N.subject*to

no ra..n who represented ...special the voters of this district will give_ support of UM votes In the appronenlnsr atMary. the notice of the Democratic, ta May.CLht .

.Interest. should be given a legislative B..BEACHAM. A.J. BOOT HPBBABP.

'position.' Milton b..leI. represented
Interest president of For Clark of the Circuit Co rt. For.County Commlaoloner.To .
a> arpewlal being For State Senator.
moo national bank and 'Interested In' To the Democratic Votes at Orange and. Oaoonla To UM DonoaratM Voters of Oaoaoto OoaiatytBataar UM DomacratU Voter..' Oanaula Costar
several other' Be ....criticised the C-U- a aandidato for UM .... ..Clark at the At; the Solicitation, of my many friaada I have

Broward administration for Us compromise I hereby announce that I will be eaodkUteetUta OnaK' Court: at UM Domooratl Primary to ba deckled to be e candidate far. the County':- *.

with the Louisville and Nash. among Democratic Primary for nmnlaMloaa bold m,May.win greatly appreciate the support skmar for District Number' I.end I shall. aopraetetetboaapport .'

vlll Railroad. Broward.be said, State armor for UM 19th Senatorial Dbtiiet of UM poopla of Oaaaoaa LW.W. Having; for of the props of thai district at
Seem time past ooeaplad tko poaltlon of Dapatyttodla. thioomiao o-.tIIIKat Primary
bad promised the people before election
of Florida, aura sod of Orange and 011010110eosatl.
that none of the lands In controhowJeVbe -.. LOUIS C.MAS8CT. Clark. I foal that I am ally' e,_ j.- K. L LseLST,

.,Wsy deeded to the rail.Dads ebarsotlMdatkM" of UM one.to tbs aatfcrfartkmofttMtmblle. I For County Cemmlaalener.HMnbyaanoaneemyaoWas .
bttt; bw be has oomnromlsed AKTHUA B. DONW3AN.
candtdato forOosnty
Par State Attoraav. : a
with.the ,Louisville and Nashville all 1 hereby aanowMa my amndUUwr. for nomlaaUoa f orDemocratic.praa.atatlro.Ta J C'.mmd..los.r.. MatrM No. Two (f) .

giving them about 60 per cent of to a iimail tonal of UM aides of Stato Attar- the Votes of OaoooU CountyiIboralvannoaMomya.Uao Sublet to the action at.the. DamocratU Primaryto

they claimed. He slated that Jennings .. fa Sad far the Smaatk Judicial' circuit ofrkrUa. .ndldato. forKapraaoatarrra. bo raid la...,...,..
,was paid HV.OOO a year for salary aeauomeT ., UM Daaaa.araUa .
.sublime to the decision,of the DmxntioprbMTMito oaMoot to UM action E-: U o.-OVEJt8TIt.EBT.
for the Internal. Improvement; 1 If primary to bahati oa May l.th.lM8.aadroportfanyaakthesapportef ,
ba bald oa Marl* M. asstatre.bd
fund and was then given an additional awcrt tbs.osW. For County Cooamtoeloaor.Ta .
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UM administration this amt kmportant -
M.OOO for effecting the.ovm. with C. .. ACRES tile Damaajatli vet Oaaaola CcontyiBaHncr .
.1..111- .
oOoa tv UM ---. I win.
promise which gavetbe Louisville and decided to aimed for ra-aomlaatiop ae
NasbvBte cent of Its total. ways atirma to do perform my duty tmputhdlraad For prooaatatlvo. Conner Cimmlislnanr for District Number a. I

"elates;t Be decINd that Instead of f-'-" for.. UM bat interest of MM stow To the Democratic Vat O.eaola Cosmtyt dude to thank myfriands soot support and

Jennings being worth I ,OOO a year JOHN a JONES. I basses. nnammoa myself a mwdfclato for Bopraaoatatiwa. respectfully aolhat the vats of the. people d ant
the notion of UM Paaio
8160 w have been an extravagant ratio Primary.Subject to b.to bold OB May lth. ISM Aa district at the oomtac May rriamry.
sal rtj. r referred Whim own record For Tax ColUctor.unovaoe L.aMBaardcrt.Coe C1nnnnitmli iaiaat J. B. BTRATTON.
'Ida legislature, and his I..bt. myself 'a '.....u..te for Ooaaola Ooanty for many yaara.I,...tea I am -
_U sad Per : Caaamlac: loner.Atthaoolleitatkmcf .
of County
well aoQomlntod with th.mode our
tw rears of service to the the offlo.of lax Rollaotor for Ooooola Ooastf .... *. myself to .
U. I mttmll aaramtly aovo pro my friends. I hereby eat.noaam
d party, for all of which he sabjmt la the notion of tb. Democratic rri tootiac and advaaunc Mr Intoraat to UM baotof .
nryoatt candlaato County Commw.anmor .
a tor ,
had the sum o( $462.-44 per ..rr to ba bald May 1Mb,lie BollolUnf uiuppurt my aI IItr. WA1.TKB BABg. Ba
f ram District Na. 4. and bf elected pledge a. "
d Ii Usage as state senator, I a. I
For County Treasurer faithful dhMhanc of....datlmof the cOaa.nXMEBB "i
and jtooratta elector when be R.speotrblhy. , 1 baby aaaBaaaa myself a aaodldato for the .BASS.. 4
oar '. vote for Bryan. a., T. BUTLKR. t
she,of County. Tfaaaiii of o.oa.tr.hojeat '"
Per Member School Beard.To .
Pmaioratli to
te the notion crt UM Primary
the Voters of Ooooola Couatyr .
Per Tax Cetleote
, lie bold the 15th day of May.ISOa.aad toapaotfully
of Oaoaola Concert I hereby annocaoa .f e candidate forth*
Ta MM DaMoratia Votes ask tbs. support af an myfriaads -*. ,
{. CITY I auoaaa.myself a aanlldato for raaoariaaUcmaa out the. oaonty JOHN U BKAMAN. offloe of school Coramiaatoorr for District. 110bJMt .
Ita Coll star of OaMola Oooatr. subject to tbaMtkm .._ to the Primary to be '.lclM.y 1.....

of the Da oir tl. ...--,.. I wtak to For Treesairor .80"?. 1 plcda myself to laeb-arco mj duo to.
thank ttMVoton for tWr"m "AI Solicitation at many friaada I have do the. beat. of mr Ability If oU tdCHAa. .

BMER SHOP vary amok appraelal.Omar vote la UM Primary ekwdtoawkaUM raoa for ,MM oOoaofCountyTroaauron H. U CHAMPUR
tfullr.CHAS. My roam for reenter thai laaad r .
W08. Vary >
..May 19th. ra.pf .
... U; BANDT.' the amok ad balleve I sea of It to tho aatlataa.ttoaofaneoaearaad. For Member ** flaked ......
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'.,.-' J.W.OOLUJL: I bmebr..o.wmyself h mom-
bar of tie School....... DlatrM No.
Mid CLEAN rev. Coasts .......
.EVER INONEW For Traaaairor.Ta It started I.......a......,almkatea of the
At UM. ronatt of triads t ban decided to*ab> tha DaaaoaraUa Votes of 0aeeIIa Couotn:
duMaaot. UMcmcc aOLOMAN BAUIJMSON.,
J' Tonsorial soft my aanMto ba eonBUarad at. UM. XtaaoaratlaPrbnaiy I will bo a asdhd.a for County Trcnaarar at .
TwoUi Artists an Mar ... ISO"for UMoOVwof CountyJoaso. the May PrlmaW. and behaving. that I oanaAet.anUy : For Mombor ofl thai School Beard

: Sad... U la you Opinion t aa worthy of perform the duties of UM ....S raapartfuayaobctt 'I hereby ami.naana myself a .......... for re.eteeOoeitoUMalBoaof .

'to Sun You. the porittai to east row vow area. ...,..and W your...-.. B. C. MHXEB. Mmbar. of the Board. of. s

a-wfrr .......I promlM to try art to disappoint ,.. I Public lastroatlon wt and ear District B.t.oab.

U A. MINX. For Tax" Asaoeoor.Tbaaklas seat.the Sodas of the Democratic Primary to

HOT'AND COLD BATHS. ; my friends for their past aupport.I be hold May 1%Wee '

_. Per Coamty JBd.o, karaby. toneunoa myself a oaadMato for 11 aum- If.......I..-- Ie UM rate aa ta the-".

FlU HAYXHA CIOARS. I bestir announce myself aa a audldato f or to.onlnatlon nation to tbs offlo. af Tax AaMaaar of Console faithfully perform the duties of UM......

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.....Judge of UM County Court at UM DMBO- Primary to ba bald May the. 1Kb. IWn. U elected .......aeate. to reeerve. tho east I am

....Primary to ba hoU on tko '1ItIa day of May. I will discharge tba duties crt the oOoa, aa..UM. Beapaatfany.' .

Osceoii County A.IX.1M.and. la doing ao ..ra..Ub.r.aol.e UM past to tho baateC,say ability. K. K. BROWN.For ,

rapport of an of my tallow ciHn.a.and I caa I J. OVEBgntKnTT. Member School Board.At .

more than dial U I wove tko nomlnatloa and Per County C.......... the aaUdtathm of myfrionda I harebyaxnnnnna .
Uetioa I will ba UM f otora' aa In UM part dmto
.cCompany The friends of H.J.HANCOCK.... ptamunIn myself a asdidst fie reveal myself ae a
all crt team and ee.rgy to >obMt lataraataofUM
,. \ my with btw. prvanUoc. his yea to the voters ., District Mombar of the School Board for ptatriet No.t.,I
aoagrdaaaa
names bi
.. JOHNSTON No. 4 aa a candidate tar County; Coaamtaatonar.' subject to the. action .. Urn Pamaaratlt Primaryto .
W. believing that If h.should t. ea<..the--lnaUoaha ba bold May It. 1MB. tf elected I pledso a +

S. H..BULLOCK.I M AM AOER. -'d..... a ..msrvadve i sad--...... faithful dlaehareo of my duty. W.C' BASS.
Froaoeatlaa Attorney.I .
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hassle-myself a oaaJHato far UMoOaaof -- "fW" For number of flu School BosTrd.la .

Real estate'Titles examined and rportedon! rroMBiitlnaAttoraay of UM County Per County -......_ 1......_my.dt oaadldato for Smother,

for nonresidentsInstruments Coot of OOMOM County.subject. thaartlavoltbaDanHBrataiprbnary barter aonounao myself.a oandMato for ... of UM Board. of Public' ImUnatkm from School
paid
Taxes relating. to .....estate to bo held bt May and situation as county _.......... from DartrMMoH. DUbrletNe.xJaadlf elected I will faithfully. dm.aharao .

arefully drawn_ respectfully IIIIIIdI the.support of UM voters of .and impuMully aolirit UM support ., tha the dance of the. ......

UM Coaaty. J. U MOON.' tress of that......... P.G. CJIOIIAItTII: -'I

Solicited. W. B. GODWIN. Feral.To '. ,
ConespoINdeuce P.rlrea.autlas Attoraay.I I''
Comm aoloaior the Pamoaratle Voter! Oaoaam Ccuaty t,
..c..u<. hereby aaasane"mynah as a candidate tar UMoOea For County
.,Pro.ecutl.gAttorney for Oaoiola County. At... aottdtatloB of many..........I.hereby. an.naunoasByaaadldaey I hereby. announce myself a oaadldauferocboolCnaiailoatimar .
hi Dist rtat No.i. subject to the. ao.tfcm .
...... for County OammlmlnBaif
Subscription* for the Atlanta 1IIIbJea to the dect.lon'of the PoaDaratH
Journal dally or semi-weekly. taken at the aomlnc primary election..thin. .".tr. ram District No.X and sofot the support .,tbs of the, Dojooaraaa Primary'J.to B.TUMBUN.J May. "
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The Klsslmmee Valleu Gazette For. Bicycles, Shanlbarger H-6t.Orlando the Tuner. Orlando.Cut Tbe Union Easter Service I Easter, Hunt at JHrs. Johnson's. Notice. ,

_.. - prices on woolen goods-at Stab- Easter Sunday In Klaiimioeo wa' One of the) most successful gather
NO11PUBLISHEDUEVERY 6 or 0 doses of "(KM!" will cure any ford Co. one of the moat delightful days image togs of the season was the '"Easter We have
TELEPHONE sold the Kissimmee
case of Chills and Fever. Cold or La- The Fay Stocking for children and nable. All day long the sun shone Egg Hunt" given last Monday bv
grippe. ladles at Stanford Co. brightly, but t.be'weat.her was not too II Mrs. Clay Johnson, assisted by her, Drug Co.'a'busl1le'- A. B. Jarrell ..

FRIDAYBY warm to be comfortable. ,daughter .Bertie, now Mrs. Steffee, and W4 Jackson.,,
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For Sale. 'Rowboat, In good con Quinn Edmondson wilcall'*aj nd ge I Johnson You will
and
dltibn, with oars. Price I//:!. 00. See your' packages for the White. StarLaundry Special union' Gaiter services were Captain children thor please the
hundred
held and Over one pay account due
at the Methodist church were you are
Conrad Waters & Carson
..I. Bryan at 47-tf them '
HAre the treat given ,
W.IB. Grocery Co. attended by a large congregationmade ought enjoyed us to them and greatly '
.. For Sale.-Marine gasoline engine, up of all the denominations In and as the eggs were In such abundance obli&e.We
REPORT. Mr. 'Edward Bwaby; has returned 3 to 31 h. p. Good condition. Will "'*wn. An ,elaborate musical program that there were about four for thank you for your patronage -
OFFICIAL WEATHER from the hospital in Orlando wherehe sell at a bargain L. E. ,BAIUIRAU. bad been arranged for the oocatlon. every child. there was no disappoints during our ownership and"
solicit
Anrte* tnp ratair for week ndlnc ThureSaV. had been taking electrical. ..treat- ..ud.a large choral choir, composedof ment. '
Apr" 1011108. ment for rheumatism May 8th is the last day for paring the best talent from the ,different The hosts were ubiquitous in their a oontlnuanc.cf same for the .
poll taxes In order to qualify to vote. churches, was assisted by the Klsstm- attendance. on the young folk, and new firm C E. L. L.S: ,',
M.... MIDI Rfa l r The Faster elrahunt.. given by the In the primary. ogee Orchestra ID Ito"rendition., : It is one could almost have Imagined -that BY.
Junior League of the Methodists hurch Your poll tax must be paid by may sate to say the muato! was the best ever the genial captain was one of the M. .J.'Hj .s.,
-rr- - at Maple grove Saturday afternoonwas 8th, or you will" not be permitted to furnished here on an occasion of this children himself. This being a chil
quite ,largely attended, and the vote In the, primary. Kind. 'dren's party the grown-ups didn't, _L _.__ A
eatwday .. :' :': : : excitement. and rlvaly AS to who could _'.The church was beautifully deeo- count., but they. were there In great.
BuD u .... : .. \13MODOIaF. e I find the most eggs was very highly enJoyed -' "Suenlne silks" so extensively. advertised rated, In front'of !the altar being amass numbers enjoying the happiness of Wa.solicit a .continuancepatronage oLyoult '
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. .. .. !WI Lmwwdo in all the leading little .
the Juniors period
by of floral remembrances of the their ones.
. . K8 89 to the Ki'ssimmee '
.y..., ........ .. 1<7 7\\) icals. on sale at Kate's. day, in which Easter llllies )largely ,The party was given 'by Capt. and Drug )
1'hand.r.. ...... b1 1 1 I 70( All members of Friendship Lodgeare 'If you need anything In Winter predodlnated'and were in beautiful Mrs. Johnson and their daughter'Mn.' Co. and assure you that we will en ;
specially requested to be present at funds of the
behalf of the
The decorations under Steffee. on '
he meeting next ..Wednesday night.Refreshments Goods at you Stanford save Co.from 25. to fiO, percent stand arra,, were the handiwork, of we Mrs. B. Episcopal Church, and the friends of deavor to supply your want in,our: .,,

will be served and a M..Piano and Miss Jeans Gardner that; church will be pleased to learn line at prices to suit 'you. The II'
/VWWVWV > wvii pleasant) social evening is promised.. Juln Edmonsoa will call for your who secured the flowers and planneltheir that a very handsomer sum was raised.
< Work In the rank of Knight Illustrated laundry. Please have the change for .- Best goods\ at' the lowest prices

LOCAL FIELD. wlt.h'lt.ereopt.1conew.. \ .. him on' delivery. of the same tf. Rev. A. JLJ, Woodward the ,pastor, A".le' consistent with squire dealing will

ii THE Clerk of the Court Lesley has received The Christian' and Missionary Alliance preached an eloquent sermon, takingor li a pretty hard thing to accomplish be our motto. We request the set*
notice from Judge Minor S.: will meet In the Alliance HallIn his subject'The! Hlaen Christ, when you're blue, btllpus and out of tlement I
Jones that the spring term of the cir North Kissimmee next Tuesday which he handled In a skillful manner sorts. There ts a. sure onre for all of ail past 'due "accounte'before

vv v %< cuit court, which was to have conveneu night. holding the undivided attention of his kinds of stomach and liver complaints April! loth in order that,nee
here next Tuesday, the. 28th, bil.lbeen large congregation throughout, his constipation. and dyspepsia Bel-
Cash Ttore.l Mrs.. M. J. hicks and her little may close the old
Boy suits:, at adjourned till Thursday the 30th. discourse. lard's Herblne Is mild, yet absolutely .up buelnei..by':
notice elsewhere io this granddaughter Lucy Pearce, spentTuesday Taken altogether the service was a effective' In all oases. Price 60 cents that dat A $ JARRHLL
l > Dwellings, for rent apply to M. See paper. ,In Orlando visiting .Mrs.T., most beautiful and Interesting one bottle. by Rober OD'1 Phar :.
1 v, Tiller.W. The bell4lmith 'Com],F. Galloway."Every aDd will long: be remembered as a red per Sold. W. W, JACKSON

Ingersoll Mi'deet watches S2.00 atKate's. pany have appointed Mr. J. W. Pren- man and woman In Kissimmee letter. occasion In toe lives of the macy.. J'i.op.: et

t.ls as their local agent., and, their ought to be in helpful sympathy withthe hurcb-goers of Kissimmee.The Syrup of White Pine and Tar It a nrJ:0
goods can now be obtained through V. L S. It is pro bono ubltco. remedy that will positively: cure :

Black Minorca eggs, ....00. for 13. htm. He is authorized to receive collections A.lonj pull a strong pull,,a pull new photo studio conducted by coughs and colds.. For sale at Kis ........ .<.: .
Box 113. ."-S* for them and will be pleased altogether" will Insure success. F i A.'Armstrong will be closed until simmee Drug Co.' w 61-tf,
: to show purchasers the .took he has I about May 16th. Mr. Armstrong has f
6 or 6 doses of 666" will cure any recently,received. Call, and sea! him Any matting' purchased from us, to New York City to complete Attention Cwti6ite&
case of Chills and Fever, Cold or.' La- at the Home Store for cash and retailing at 25 cent.1peryard his equipment and seeunb supplies for
or more will ,be laid free he ,The attention "of county candidates I D D.ROTDNDO
,grippe.., the summer. Upon his return extends A
' The Kissimmee Orchestra will make of charge, in any house within the a cordial invitation to call and Ja cabled to tbeblank published, elsewhere .
,CCot'J... W. Oliver went over to De- Its last appearance of the season at city limits. This is guaranteed. by examine> samples. In this Issue.
land yesterday. to' look after some legal the Promenade Concert at the opera the Home Store." '" i Ibis blank Is published by the Campaign .

matters.. house this (Friday) evening Our Only one new candidate this' week, Committee in order to give ,all .,
town at. citizens will be pleated to know that BassvAllen. candidates an opportunity to "
Stove wood delivered ID Ch... H L. 'Chandler, of liasinger

1.00 per strand. LUMBER CO.. the,orchestra but the members. his no idea have of decided disbanding to who aspires to thejpositlon Willis now held Married, et the home of the bride'" the In time official to have ballot.their. names. quallf"1. Fancy ante Family 'Oro..,., .
Id-tf KlSSIMMKB by his brother-; Chandler as a W.
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and Ira'
Mr.' Mrs ,
take a rest during the heated term. parents? blank clip from, tbe e, .
member of the School) Board from To use the ;
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Try Kissimmee Drug .: Little '** on Monday, April 20th at 11, a. m.. fill in the name of the officer caries. ..:
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for the White. Star district No. 3. Miss Callie their eldest to5fr. paper
Catharlo Granules for Constipation, Leave packages daui'bterl which are running'. and, the
'Torold Liver and DU1lou nesl. 61.tf'lorlbelm'll5 Laundry will. Oulnn'Edmondson 47tMrs. Mr, Harry W. Tburman has had Guy C. Allen of J lie', amount> of you the assessment for such ,r '% 4

Patent. Oxfords are R G. Canova. and children thereof put' OD the addition to the Rev.'J. Woodward officiating.. office' name.at the bottom, .
to Green Cove Spring last rear of his automobile If..ra.lt'el.aod Is The 'l>arlor had been beautifully de- enclosing ,
went the of
the correct t.hlni'.1 to style, comfort, up cotated for the occasion with flowers and. amount your Fresh Fruits, Nuts and
attend the marriage now having a cement floor laid The .
Friday night to .
H.C.. Stanford Co. assessment mall or band'1r. to. '
"etc. Found at
of her sister. Miss Edith. Hendrlcks! addition will be used as machine I' and evergreens and presented. a festive 'Chairman. T. M. Murphy.. 'Confectioneries ,v" JM
onlv. which occurred at. that place last Mon- shop and laundry appearance altogether' In keeplnar'wltb i --rbllappllcat.lon must. be made. on I ... 4-
Nor! first-class work, patronize the I day. Miss Hendrleks well I known the before April 20th. .
Mr 3.. M. Lamar was here yesterday or e
White Star Laundry. Quinn Edmondson and popular in Kissimmee where she The bride was very pretty In a hand .' .,.. .
In the Interest of the candidacy of his
will call for and deliver your has frequently visited, and her many some gown of pearl gray silk while FOR BAUD.! -1 have for sale six good I .,., ;
packages. .' friends here will wish her every hap brother States Hon.Senator.W. B.He Lamar made, arrangements for United - the groom black.was attired in the conventional horses, which mu.t.be. disposed. of, Full 11n'Ca.nned', 'Goods e, ',

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Ulss Madeline Hill came down Jrom piness. for Mr. Lamar, who is In lJIrlando Only a few relatlve.<*.nd Invited. and will go at a>'sacrifice.J. W MI ..tzu. Cigars and.Tobacco.
Orlando, where she is a student at Pell 6 or 6 doses of "600" will cure any today to speak at the courthouse friends were e.en. _.
Clark Hall, to spend Easter with her case of Chills and Fever, Cold or La- tomorrow morning. After the ceremony luncheon was -. -. Nat .

parents at N arcoouee. grippe.We Oov. N. B'' Broward. accompaniedThe served; 'and the happy young couple COMFORTING WORDS "

Stanley. Hanson the hustling call attention to the advertisement by Hon. Nathan P. Bryan, will be here repaired to the depot, .where they '
representative' of the Tampa Morning In this paper of the Sanders Fertilizer next. Wednesday, April 29th, and In boarded the 1 o'clock t.l'ilal..1or Jacksonville 'Oood are All Fresh and"

was In town Wednesday and Co.'s fertilizers and insecti the evening both these gentlemen will their future home. t ,L .. Prices Low "
Trlbunel I office an appreciated call.. tides: This is one of the leading speak at the opera house In the interest The groom is a popular Young rail Many! S Florida HO" "Old.w1ll rt'DR
\ brands of fertilizer tor citrus fruits and of the Governor's candidacy for road man, and holds a position as
hold
The Rev David D. Kidd will the A. C. L. 1'1.4 ThM'So. *
all other crops and their insecticides the United States Senate. It-is hoped baggage master on running
church
services in the Episcopal on that audience will turn to between. Jacksonville and Port
the best. Mr. Jno. M. a large out
aloe as good as
Eftmdav next. Morning Prayer at his To have the pains and aches ofa
Tampa He was accompanied by
Lee Is local agent for these goods and hoar them. The ladles are specially
10.30.. Evening Prayer and Sermon atv 1 will take pleasure in explaining the invited. father, Capt R. Q. Allen who is one bad back removed; 'to;be entirely'free '

,, 4 o'c ook. advantages of using them. Chairman'T. M. Murphy, of the of the A. C. .L,'s most.popular conductors from annoying dangerous; urinary ., E. F. AKERS,
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Our spring book of samples for Democratic. Committee Informs disorders is DOUltb0''' make any kidney +
is I Use Plank's Chill Tonic. Guaranteed County The Val'ev Gazette. ]joins the many DENTIST
I replete men .made with to all measure the new things garments, come, Price 25 cents. Sold'' by all us that very few of the candidates have trlendn", of the happy young couple in 'sufferer' grateful.To tell hoVII'thll ., .

,d early and get a good selection. druggists. juin-8 as yet Bled their' pledges and.paid extending congratulations.. great change can ,be brought" about Office over Orlando Bank and Trust,
their ...ae menll. Only five more *""
'_" KATa'S.v Mr. John T. Lewis, State inpector days remain in which to do this. Unless We handle the' celebrated Brenlln will prove comfortingwords.. to hun Co. Phone 73. ni,

., C. Smith & Bros..*' typewriters. ofconvlct. ramps, was here yesterday application, is filed .by next window-shades fitted with genuine dreds of Florida readers, .Crown' Bridge and Porcelean',Work a +
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he?best made, with all the latest. lofMovements )-;, (tn his re'ru|ar round of inspection and Wednesday April 2Uth, the candidate Hartshorn rollers, Bnd will sell for A. Oerllng.. seaman''of; 410 L Street, 'Speclalt.1. ", ,

1 and writing. all-tbe-ilm; ,i went ont to InJeot.he camps of Hli'I so falling will not have; h'.s name on reasonable prices, and put."tbem up Peniacola, Fla., tells. how to 'do it ,NOTE-Those desiring my' services x 3
visible for sale for cash or. on time. | ham .\ Farmer bear. Narcoossee. Mr. the official ballot. For the convenience free of charge, anywhere within the I lIe says: "From my experience withUoan's should make' arrangments in,., ad.varrce. .,
dlspost- _
[at the Home Stole: See them beforebuylnal' 'Lewis says he finds a general of the, ceandldatgs we publish city limit. Call at the Home Store Kidney Pllla ;I can strongly .,- ." 7,4, "1
lessees'
of the convict "
i lion on the part again this week the blank which they and see them 'ORLANDO FLAt" .
any'other.Wanted.A
| | to comply with the State laws, ..andthat recommend them to anyone in need of ,'
&* wood hustler In every he is. Hading the several camp may send clip with out their. of.the paper, flll to in Chair-and ;;Y'ij"1; be-jtysand a I good medicine for>the kidneys.' Kidney - .
.assessment
I complaint and backache, caused ,
town to sell our perfect water ,filters, t.houllbout.he\ rStale in Very good con. '
retailing from (1.60 to 98.00, "UXf percent d itlon. man Murphy. . are always getting scratches, cuts, me suffering at.. intervals for years. ROGERS'- LIVERWORT'
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tory,Seneca liter. Co., Seneca,..Mo. A beautiful assortment of the! new A' Living !Skeleton! Bcalds Don't neglect such\ things= mind, but astime went \heltreW : <
March2oth. 1 mo. laces Filet Cluny Valenciennes. etc. at.fanle Is,the'final' condition of any child tha they may result serious if you do. worse and at times laid me up. I I I i..t For!>ma..4 tbe complete'can BronchltU and at Cough14a. ) "
I of KA'I'Z'$. T I has worms-if It lives. Think of hayIng Apply Ballard's Bnow Liniment according could hardly walk and It was a;,difficult tending to oonmnptiaa I .1LtlD""mpIaID" ,
Mr.: W. B. Clay a civil .engineer McNlftl the negro woman something In your stomach that. to directions right ;awav..and matter to straighten after stoop Wild Cherry, have for ar."mantaload M
i.\Arcadia, is here this week sufyeyingthe charged with haying shot her husband I eats All YOU take as nourishment, I II it,will relieve the pain and heal the ing,while the kidney secretions> were ealabtiahed). : It reputation contain ho a*'coin a standard,,, or harmful oonirhremedy.

streets and running levels; preliminary on Sunday night.. April the!. 12th at I Nine-tenths- of the babies have worms, trouble Price:25c,50c and 1.00,'' Sold I irregular and unnatural. Doan's Kidney ' drugs c.nb !Wtfii with ..'et, *o chiI4.... f,
to making a report vto the town f,I bas. Be certain Hobersoo's Prim Bold! only O. ofa .
their home in North KUalfumee. wan maybe yours that it b/ Pharmacy.. Pills curedme. From personal ,00. by c rhtrmacjr.AgenU :
council as to thw cost etc. of putting in , ....,.1-"
given a .prelim mary_ hearing before ha not by giving .It White's Cream "" experience I know that this remedy .
,, an' adequate. system 'of waterworks.Mr. county \fudge' W.., R. Johnston last Vermifuge expel all worms and i. Notice.to Taxpayers.,, can be depended Upon' to fulfill 'the t . ,
::O.'N. Floyd,< whose store was t Monday rooming and was bound over .a tonic for the-ba.by'',. Price 25, cents. representation made for it." Wanted.-16x20 crayon;: portraits
burned at Peghoin ,some weeks sago"j to the next: term of the circuit court Sold by Kobersoii'a Pharmacy, Nottce-iU hereby given "thai the Tax For sale by all dealers., Price M I 40 cent.,: frames 10 cents and up,-
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\has ordered. new stock of'goods and j Ion a charge of assault with Intent. to .. (jj If'lltxiiMgi.lift-IM ' will re-open'at St. Cloud Junction at murder". Col. Sara'l T.: Fletcher,, of _S entl your collais, cuffs and shirtsto promptly on May 1st. Taxpayers will] New Yorks'sole, agents, for, the United 1 can make 4OO per. cent'profit: or S3o"
an early date Mr Floyd Is as -)et!j Tampa has been employed by the de: t the White Star Laundry Quinn take due notice and govern: themselves States, .e' tPer week; 'Catalogue and samples' t

undecided as to whether. be will .rebuild r ten.e aDd.was present. the prelim-, Kdmondson: will call foa.yourpack, ., .' accordingly., -. C. IT: tJANBY,. Remember, the uaiuenwDoan'sientltake . free. ''Frank" W' Williams Company;.: '
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results depend Jn'largely painting upon at the the. : Florida News' : Notes' House Members. Sharply .Crltlclie ..

chosen. Paint It a simple' Ambassadors--Grlggs Discusses -
Wealthy : President( Duckworth.
and the Ingredients can bs Says of .
The solid part or pIg. enfranchisement (
be White 'eatt. The Georgia Farmers' Union,,
, T T T T T T T T T T T T TI dispatch I
should be Linseed 011
A Washington; says: The at- _
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on painting "
tbeae Ingredient Hilarate. A Sensational c.... ,I U. 8. Court for Gainesville. tltude of Emperor William and, tie

,. their painter mix them Tha Atlanta Journal publishes the*, The month ot .May 'will witness I- the Berlin court toward David Jayne 11111, SCORES THE COMMISSION
each job Before the mix
Is made. allowing: C. R. Goodrich, of Miami' ''first I session of the United States court named by the president to be ambasdor ,

paa-slsod bit of White Lead Fla, who was recently Indicted by the for the northern district of Florida! In that capital, .was the subject of ,
of charcoal or piece of I ; at
the flame against It and Fulton county grand Jury'oti 'a chargeof Gainesville which event will be observed comment In tho house of representatives Free Pass Privilege Granted Head of

( It will do. If It Is pure .larceny after trust was arrested ; by the people with proper. Jol- consideration .Oeor9laimmigraton ,Association,_

; little will drops of bright In ,Miami, Fla., Thursday Ho was ideation Friday during consular the bill. Subject of the,",,Most CauatloComment.
lead and
appear, of the' diplomatic
arrestod at the request of the Atlanta I The county through: virtue of'a bill .
the White Lead can be and ,
Perkins of New York
( Both Mr.
.reduced to one globule of detective department and they received t recently Introduced la Congress by -
This Is became Congressman Clark transferredfrom Mr. Bla'de'n, of Texas .expressed theopinion. ,
pure was
notice of his arrest Thursday
Tills sign permanently objection to'Mr. Hill President R. F, Duckworth, head ot '
Is made from metallic Hint the
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the southern .
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to the front of site main morning i to the northern dll.I -

the Lydia E. Piakham test doxens'of other son,, About six weeks ago Goodrich was I'trlcl, 'Vlth the provision that .theft was due to no other cause than that to Farmers' UalpD of ,Georgia, has

Company: Lynn Mass: Leade and not be able In Atlanta with\ a sick friend. When should lie a sitting of tbe United Mr. Hill was financially unable furnished to the ,press of the statean .,

11 What _*>ea This Sign Mean one of them to lead. If this friend died It I U claimed that I States court in4 alaeaville. maintain a certain standard of social,, Incisive communication .dealing <
It that not change wholly to lead i Each of them> con .r
means public representation.
Goodrich The date for the first sitting 1\'a.\
the methods a residue It 'Is Blear that took from him a diamond said with..the order of the railroad commission .
Laboratory and of which they
1, Is present ring, diamond scarf.plti and about $100In i placed for the first Monday In May, but demned tbe practice ;
business! is honestly ired. 'I Inasmuch had, up cf selecting men of of March 27, and made public .
abould have your painting money It was upon evidence from as tho sessions must be held grown
that there la
iness which is nothing not "open about and such materials, no matter a brother of the deceased and Deteo- j'Iin the county court house until thecompletion' great wealth' to be the!, nation's diplomatic ( on April 14, by certain newspaper car Q:
they might teem. It would and .
board" tbe end. the Lockhart, who has been working i I of the ,proposed government representatives' abroad. respondents( _.

It means that a permanent Lead Company, Wood-, upon"Tlie case, that OoBdrlcli. was In- building, for which'appropriation urged, as a' means of counteracting: As Is well known the Farmers' Union ..:
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tion is extended to anyone to &, New York City are dieted by the grand Jury. Goodrich, ; hal Already been mado and the dates the effect' of such a policy, the housing has'
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and verify any and all request blowpipe free shortly after the death of his friend, I for the holding of the circuit and'United of our diplomats In buildings owned strongly'combated the Immi

made in the advertisements of about the White to have Lead painting be reported to the detectives that he had States courts fell c>n {the sam day, by the government and the allowanceto gration'movement urging,'among other .
may
t K. Pinkham'H Vegetable It will be sent a band been matched by; two unknown: men postponement of the term was necessary them of salaries sufficient to enable things, that it was not only a threatto

Is it n purely vegetable booklet having as Its out of $700. two diamond rings and : In order that the county courthouse them to maintain the dignity of their Georgia labor, but that another,of Us '
made from roots and herbs- 9 effects! would be '
tbe "Dutch the
Doy Painter cheapening thoprice
diamond scarf I might ba secured The session high o9cea.Under . .
this
out ? pin. Shortly after
t drugs from the original paint- of
r; ,Come and See. little painter has become he left Atlanta. will probably be hold some time In license of general debate, Mr, .cotton.

a Do the women of America guaranty.of pure White Thursday afternoon Detective Lock. I May, however' the date to be annoii Grlggs.. of Georgia, spoke In advocacyof President, Duckworth tikes exception '

ally lisa a* much of It as wo are I hart left Atlanta for Miami for Good need later. the Ciffianchlsementof the southern to the order of the commission, at

I Come and See. a great while you meet a rich. It Goodrich does not make a ," negro;;' Mr., Burton, of 'Ohio, discussed the Issuance of which he expresseshis .

+ ,Was there ever such a thinks 'original thought. fight about being brouabt back to Atlanta The state supreme court has affirm the causes of the recent financial\ depression antonlshment. Ills statement Is as

,Lydia E. Pinkham and is TO KINO WORM the omcer viIII4return\ Immediately .! I ed the decision of the lower court In ; Mr. Hill, of Connecticut reiterated follows. : .'

)r Ilnkham now write to whom : ,. I go I.pealt for remains' with him.. I I the case of J. N. Strobhar charged>; Ills views In favor of tho-Fowler "To the Public: In the state papers' o
asked to f
tit woman are m. of ringworm In Its of April 14 1 find, much to astonish-, ,i
} w Come and See. with embezzlement and sentenced by financial bill; Ml Bird of Mississippi, my
whole obit from nook i it
My to
' 'yt In the vast private ae beef; bntrsTTSains cured Road Defuses to Show BOOKS. t the circuit court ta a term of Imprlaonment. : attacked the protectve tariff! policy merit, an order Issued by the railroad i4

With sick women cured a bad cue of pllw." 80 The Florida: railroad commissionwas Attorneys for Strobhar will of the republicans; Mr. Thomas, of commission of Georgia on March 27 as

l women only and are the letters : r. .TctTiatu loaN of *SS. lh Taonthlu,. great akin St.. to have convened! In session at tile a petition for rehearing, on the North Carolina, made a plea In supportof follows( : (there President Duckworth. ;

t 4)trlctly confidential fCome I druggists. or sent by mall Pensacola the pan week for the purpose I ground that certain assignments; Of error the proportion for an Inland waterway quotes the order of the commission

I' and See.llavo I ; ...J, T.' risortama, Dopt. A., of examining the books 'of( the were net considered by the supreme from Cape Cod to Beaufort N. allowing\ free transportation ta 'Chair. 'I,.

rr they really got letters Louisville and Nashville Railroad I court, and In ,, tho event that C., and Mr. Saunders, of Virginia man ,Detjeman. of the Georgia Immigration .
N.r over ,one million, one may be all right In Its I'
thousand Company 4n so far as they related! to this petition Is denied the case will be urged governmental aid to varl.'' Association\ ) .
women
l Come and See. doesn't weigh much. tbe division In this state, but then takon to'the supreme court of tae ous schools of the several states "When the governor told us that Me .

r d have I they proof that Cures! Indigestion I'alna w'a. no meeting because the company United Stales, the ground being that In his argument favoring the- dl.> believed he could convince the peopleof

' :. Pinkham's Vegetable Q (' and heartburn, no matter refused to present Its books far exam. Btiobhnr had been acquitted of the franchlsement! c-f tho southern negroes, his position we thought; that he q

cured thousands of these Ulvea immediate relief. (nation by the conimlfalon. I same offense by the superior court of Mr. Grlggs; declared that 'such dlsfranrtiUement meant In a public discussion of the, .t,.
: by becaaae It la ,
f Come and See. pbTalclans Trial bottle 1<*.. Regular sure Some three weeks ago notice was the state of Georgia la Fulton count)'. was- necessary to Insure question, and we told him that we ....,,:

This advertisement is !flOc, at all druggists. served upon tho company to have its while control and the peace and 'pros would be glad to nee him try It. 'c- .;

doubters.who know The from great their army of In Chrlatlanla. book. relating to passenger ana freight The boiler In the R. J. St B. F. Camp: perity of the north. "In fact, we thought that If ho want- '";.'

Gr r l experience that no medicine own the residences of Chrl. business In West Florida In the coin Company's lumber mill at Carabello/ In consequence of such action he ed to discuss the question before the- .r

; world,, equal Lydia' K vllU-llke dn the midst of pany'a omce Wednesday:!" April IS, but blew up a few days ago Instantly killIng said. the negro would .be"n less a factor public the Farmers' Union would be

Vegetable Compound for ., which In summer are according to advices from Tennesseethe 1 WIlliam Itoberta, the engineer than he Is now. "At present." Mr. glad to have a represcntatlre present t tto

will still go on using and being and give the streets rt company declared that it does rat: badly scalding Oscar Powell Art-man Grlbgs said, "he Is only a menace anda present Its aida of the question, but, R'

I " Anted'by It; but the poor and sense ot open- propose to do It and uotlfled the commission and Injuring several others, but not lICar.crow-nCt a factor In determining from this clipping it seems that the "

suffering woman must, for her the 'people live' simple,. In order that It might save a seriously. The engine room was totally political Issues." The rights ot governor did not mean that be .would wT

air,a aakebe taught eonlldenco\forsh llvVs. kindly and, hosplt- trip to Pensacola.The wrecked tlu boiler being blown about .the negro of the south, he maintained,. meet fairly and squarely uponthe
might just as well regain her that truest hospitality\ fifty yards. The engine demollshl. stump the views of the ..
the guest to share In was were guaranteed only through white Farmers' Union "t
,MOTHER without ostentation or .College for Women at Tallahassee l. .The mill was running at the time judges and white Jurors and those and discuss the question before

SWEET. Is at .8 or 4 o'clock has recently, been again complimented ':C the explosion and the many em- rights were not changed by disfranchisement the public hot that it waa his purposeto '

trim fresh-looking: maids, through Its able professor cf ployes! had a. narrow escape from in have tbe railroad commission to assist -

J t FOR f. 0..1.0' ,....'...rf'l. at 8, .where, except on English language and literature Dr. stau t death. the bringing of Immigrants ,by a
..... _. I II. the guest Is free to S. M. Tucker. The furnishing free to N
....:t ..."... ; ? state summer McLENDON TAKES THE BLAME passes the chairman
.L... the table for himself school of South Carolina baa InvitedDr. The recent news dispatch dated of the foreign Immigration association. l

:.M : : : ::t'ti: ... drink the health of Tucker to give a course' of lectures, from from, Tampa, and widely publls'j-: For Issuance of Muchly Discussed .If
"
i .r.OW.e ,
a .. ,:t OLMTEDuR.y .with the word "skaal, daring its coming-term. We, however, ''ed giving an account of''a murder ai Free Pass Order. I "It looks to u. like a scheme by J
.
t .,;. 'rrNl"r'rrNl"E, the., eyes Adjourning over the to clan the does not find) It possible to comply | Lake Harney, twenty-three miles'!rom Chairman McLendcn. of the Georgia which the administration hoped to

with the request Dr. Tucker Sanford, Is art error, The tragedy thwart the will of tbe
TIlE MEN WHO, ,. the gueats (thank; both has re- ( state railroad commission Friday public and,force..
THE SUPERIOR t mistress of the) house, and cen tIT added! V> his wide reputation ala J probably occurred at Harney, a post- made reply to the criticism of President upon the people foreign Immigration .1'

'QUALIFIES OF meeting never. fall to scholar and teacher by the Compilation offlca near Tampa. Lake ,arney Is a ( Duckworth, of the Farmers' Union . which they were so strongly: oppos

,V ; for the last time" of the most "complete outline' for lake emptying Into the St., Jonas' river who charged that the state admtaistratlon .ing., :

struck by the the study ,,of drama:both ancient and in Orange county, .There!, la 'no was apparently behind' ascheme "The Farmers' :Union la still ready .
I r'iSsiiI I \ '
; simplicity ot tbe modern, th.t.l. 'In' use la any ot our! town by, that* name. Geneva and Bis- ,to foist Immigration'upon} the to meet'any; man on the, stump who ....
"- \ \. atraig-btforward klndll-r cOllege. tOd. .'" ." }[f' '.{ ) salts Landing are'located on'this lake will champion I
I the wanted : the cause of foreign imp
wbether ,, people
;;.: .. state,. 01' not
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"Iw.'jo .
luclERSSurs: people.-The. Atll.lltlC.P';! ,".,,,..>>t't'.. .: the"Florlda: \\rJt:,, .Ii...! No'tragedy' ae'deaeribed'hae. . occurred ,It'i: : '.f: -1.\\ ..,,'i migration, : and ,we believe:*that our i

, I AND HATS HE* M WAS W1IH BBWVMWMW IT. & At,the meeting of Medical In the section Chairman MoLendon, In his statement . reasons will appeal to the masses. of '

art the mea who have y'know," maid Oholly Association 'In' Ocala the following --- assumes fall responsibility In the people of the state of Georgia, and '_ =z
put them to the hard "ah.'. such an odd girl. were the officers elected for the ensuing "The street railway strike situation. hebalt of the railroad commission, but we will only be too gladto meet any ."*..!.,'I

est tests 1n the rough.-' ,. Introduced to her she year: Dr. J. F. McKtastry, Jr. In Pensacola remains unchanged, says "that Governor Smith had no man {:whose reputation or following ,Is

.' 9 original. -,. y ghng" Gainesville president;. ])r. W. H. Pow: I troop having been withdrawn, the more to do with this order than Mr. worth 'consideration) on the'stump In

4Tow.r1l I"Ish 'UtondmadeJ.lnc.ID3e (Miss Pepprey. "he'. ere, Ocala, second vice president) : Dr. I sheriff has sworn (n 150 prominent Duckworth had," a discussion of this question, let It

t ; Peek, of Manatee county third vice business men of the city Including But President Duckworth looks at It come early or )ate,

GrltodlAVg'A rw A. es, president; Dr.?. D. Pomades Jackson bankers, physicians, city and county In a.: different light, and takes tho position "R. F. DUCKWORTH. Georgia President -
:. :!:t: .. ':r .t_ _, frequently officials to '
; laugh at ville. librarian; Dr. J. Harris Plerpont. serve as deputies. The expense that as Governor- Smith had Farmers' Union, Union City, Ga.,

Philadelphia. Press. .of Pensacola was ,elected delegate to of keeping a regiment In tbe i proclaimed the- policy that he 'would' April 15, 1908."
the of American city for one week has been .J;
KVKS next meeting the Medial heavy
but ...Frequently, Pro- associations Pensacola was selected the state, transportation alone coating who did not agree with his TAT TO LEAVE CABINET.
Tea mr find etaer coffees Blindness. as the place for holding the next I Iconvetnlon I $29.000. .. M
views, be must share tbe full responsibility -
as feed..as. on'tbe first Wednesday In 'I _
of the orders emanating from Will Resign About July tat and Be Succeeded
effect: of slow dally April' nest I I Information comes from New York 'this .
that body, especially as particular by Bacon. ,;
JUZ1ANNEteat the gradual building I to the effect that Webster Fuqua, who: with .
order Is In line the governor'swell
a. a result. Is, shows In R. A. Webb, of Nocatee, committed Is in charge of floating the bonds of known views on Immigration. The Intimate personal' friends' In

eases where the eyes are suicide In a Tampa saloon! ] by taking the Pensacola and Northeastern and Boston of Assistant Secretary of State

'tfcejr :will east yea. colr....will..Illustrate chloral In a glass of beer. Webb was Pensacola. Alabama and Western railroads POSTMASTER COMMITS SUICIDE. .Bacon, formerly of that city, have re-"V
twit ..c" OthsrCef.fee point :
as i
for Lumber has c'osed! a deal '"
bookkeeper the King Company for tbe sale cetved information which leads them"to
Bar be at low In prlee, Oswego Mont., experi -
'but yea will Had them but sure disease set of Nocatee. On his person was of the 3,000,000 Issue for the construction Sends Bullet Through Brain. Becauseof believe that Mr. Bacon will become

x' either enlj half as strong her eyes In the form of IB' found several letters, some of them of the road .from Pensacola to Business Troubles.J. secretary war about 'July, succeed'

a or .a17 Gae-'"rtfa aifoeC ... and shooting;'pains unsealed and unaddressed, giving directions Andalusia. D. Martin postmaster, at Leaks- lag Secretary T.rt. who Is understood

'lizijNNE.COIJ"EE' dancing lines of light so for his burial at Arcadia, by to he desirous of retiring from the
vllle, N. C, killed himself in the post-
else could ,be seen the Masons; one telling of a former Rlx M. Robinson recently apponted office building at' an early hour Fridayby cabinet at that time. -

at a time. determination to commit suicide. by the president and confirmed by the sending a bullet through his brain. I The determination! of Socrtttary Taft W
: Webb CO old and senate to be postmaster at Pensacola] ,
,
was a man years to retire Is said to 1 be>> quite definite >
la for the deed ,
failure of sight No reason assigned y.
trs 'lm' of. perfect Purity, and I naturally began a bore a splendid reputation until his appetite = i has received his commission and assumed except business troubles.Mr. 'and U understood not to be dependent .a' a

Flavor,., Oaalllr and Freab- quest for the cause. for liquor overtook him. office. He relieved Captain W. Martin was about forty years" upon the outcome of the national con.
..... r' H. Northup, who served f Jr four years ventlon.
time I was told that coffee old, and leaves a family. k I
IT'S'SOLD EVERYWHERE.SBe. ) .. took that form, Resisting arrest, an unknown negroIn as postmaster, and who received a second ,
11
didn't believe that coffee Tampa sailed Patrolman A. 8. appointment at the hands of the

1 1-LB; CAN.THEREILYTAYLORCO." of my" trouble I con. Thompson's club and felled the officer president but was'rejected by the sen 'ROOSEVELT HAS REPORT.:' >

It and .... with two blows.. When the omcer I ate. .PRAIRIE<.' FIRE_WHELMS___ FAMILY ":iT )

up I'ostam Food Coffee' arose, the negro again attacked"'him. Result of Investigation of"Cotton Exchanges . ;

Haw___ V.Sk A. the jokes of husband, bat the officer fired three ehots;"kill- Although the Penaacola Electric Man, Wife and Five Children In Wagon Soon to Be Given "Out. '
'' Overtaken Flames. & ,
by
with
/ - one cup at a Inc has assailant. Thompson baa beenon Company has now more than a hundred Colonel Livingston stated -
was. unsatisfactory., Well Louis Orion, his wife and fire) children Saturday .;i
strike-breakers
Y the force ten years, and this Is the housed lnv Its
strictly according perished In a prairie fire which $);at'tbe repdrt on the cotton exchanges '
little first time he has used a pistol. bares and guarded by state troops another .
boilingIt j a longer, swept the country twelve miles. the ,
our high altitude. The bunch arrived Saturday" .from weit .of country: giving the result ; 1 I

iDOVE-TilLED! PUTT! LOCK O .S ;charming.., I have 'BOW The monthly report of Honorable) West Virginia of Cogswell, N. D. Orion hurried hU I of the Investigation; ordered by, ,

t ......J4 u.. .....d t.. s:: the'' '' in place: of ''coffee.',. for WN.'Knott'statetreasurer, Bled wltn with family Into a wagon, but lost In a race ,congress' and made. under the direction ' ...!.d.

kt.d wb.s .. _gN..... P.ter L months and my eyes are the governor shows ,balances In the The people of Umatllla are talking the flames The tire was spreadall Herbert Knox Smith, head of; !.f.i
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J .I..r the
over country by a wind which 'th.
-... : '...,.....-.: ) paining me .or showing treasury to the i credit,of the several:i I good roads, and with the people of oth bureau of corporations ,been .
Ita_ill,B. lIeI 8Ifa', : ... :I know to a certainty of the traveled at forty mile an hour.,..Docens .- placed In the hands of the '
4 to!;,.. .. tat. and educational funds at the ,ter parts ,county want to aee a president, .... ,x
of ef
the lost
trouble was close or business March'.SI. leUII, to be good road from the St. Johns river farmers barns and granaries. and will be given out shortly. It Is 4,* ,;
.cure:waa In .
\v. quitting JC .....111.11:. to' the "western part of the county. understood that the,' report contains \
the r' .
A. 1dooo::k.r.oPowet'plant up nervous system some : ..
highly Interesting'data.MAMMOTH .
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e for .that : .1 "
waa absolutely : :
b tl4aI"4Derl'1'I.' to 1>. t > .'I made tn diet and Jedgmeot.ln the sum cf $153>00.Van ..The city of Pensacola ,baa receivedthe ASKS FOR FOUR BATTLESHIPS: s ?

M thesouth' bank' of the ,' .ecllcl... ...rd.d.to E..;;E.;" Donville 11I.the: ,Es-.1 'sum of $15,000 as a forfeit on the '
tt7ardlass.. .,,. DAM DRa K8.: 1i
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baby ,has been"II.pt' cambla ,circuit court la his suit! against I franchise of the ,Pensacola. Alabama President Sends Meaag. to BathHouses :- ;' ..;:
.' $ healthy. state, since I the Skinner Manufacturing Company: I and .,Western., and"the Pensacola and tlrglna Their Great 'Wall ;
Fiwi ,x6it for RhO Postnm. Northeastern'railroads ,Construction.,' of 'Water Rushes.), ,Down -
: '
for 920.000 a. commission..on the sajle this amount The message of the
discarded I president In sup* Missouri Valley Causing ""
Bon / DamagesWithout
: friend
.tItIm a
!if ,
, of the plant and 100.000 acres of land having been placed In one of the local ,i
port of his for '
r plan an appropraton for :
took Poatnm warning, the- :
.IMHI, Eoxom: \ on' to see If great dam 'at
of) .the, mp'.n1.' The casa. was)heard banks to;be forfeited In case the pro- tour .r'fifteen'mi1e' '
B..'..;Ic...... >.laB.B.a.)rarM tb. rid of his dyspepsia and I maters 'newFbattleshpe., was receive onTuesday'by Hanker lake, oq the 1tIla.oart.'r..t. 111
for < these failed
and judgment the f. two railroads to '
c.M>t of RkM), _..'..... bon. pls., ., The change pro- sv year ago p1&lm.\. \( both'housea of congress "north of'Helena,
.., ... .., .. ..K. s. ;partial>-' kk
,1.. sad joi.. 'b Ir.I. .remarkable tiff awarded-lathe. sum of .U, OO. It i build certain Dumber of miles of and ,attracted '
TIMWMI ttI ._. c.r.d br B a. B.SI Improve- much attention.e'mesaage ly cave way" shortly .before t'o'clocaT
;- ..... DoiIM-N,dt_, ator... ...tb Reason." has :. brief but vigorous Tuesday afternoon:, causing'' damage, :
and th.base remanded back for trial been hanging fire c t
for '
.................. ... '>W" .. a Name given I' some contention; for the rapid development estimated at-$150,000. 'f'fo'Aveswere "' "
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cilE nt1J: and --Pusey..; 'In ?'lrer'''stdry the ,-b:*'' ll'B- 'Naa'D 'Mr; Bleat atory;

r ; A to.aWw the .esolutj*>o* ->" roared by&. ; ; '
: : '*Yr* ; 'fltte .a.'a'-Wi o' and,, bar. .teeoad i
; slty.of the establishment of the CO-. tItI 'a4-S'yl u'ff s
d. ?
j factional, for, the unburdening of tto. II. : 'feat are wa* widower; M., wa* }

AN EtOQUENT'aUNDAV-BWMiWN'' BY, soul Ellen Mlddleton believed she :The nearer -.me : genii' .oul and hadnt much to ear,

THE REV., A W. tH: "" Hoeo R.7; was partly tM came of:the death of dearer are; not }n> .response when ,his wifeba' l/; her cousin.-JuUar In endeavoring to they ; "r"rA great deal to. remind him of, especial- ?fl,4mSu'p\
i the foolish child Julia from yltJi .her, \
,, ': restrain CURE, AT'. ,;,, 17 when ahe. compared blm'
rbe.mo" Conf*"lon, KeiUluUon.Brooklyn. :; climbing'' an old moss-covered. slippery former,, but when. be did epeak'It
staircase of>Klmil.y' Priory;..he :
Awful Cue of Sc. counted. eny' etproaptack" -
became angry'and struck ber.eolllill
iw; : .ablow which caused the loss of her of Sore from' l ODe night he. went 'lo sleep while
N. Y,-Th* Rev. foothold and',falling down the stair Torture ] ho was telling!. him the, 'old .CTary. I on the bovvelscleonse
''It.Jlodder,' pastor of the Church' of case, she rolled Into the: river and ....a.drown.d. "A youngwom n: She followed him shortly Along In

the Redeemer Flatbush preached .' Ellen Mlddl ,-llevlng Lion in a moat am-ful the mIddle of, the nlgvM the was awak' tile s s hem eeturci
. .S Dday' on .a line of thoueht..ug.- there was no eye witness to the tragiC Our doctor examined ened by Jila''UD"" turning "William .: ''I ,
t-gested "by ,the Immanuel! Movement, abs had acabie (tile
ending of the life of her cousin Julia, awaket
The Bubjecfwa* "Confession and Restitution and knowing la her heart there was sis, rheumatism, ctxv the said, "are you :QSSsts90ert'I'
In Their Relation to Mental Her "Ye. Maria," li* replied ottly. .r
was never the slightest intent to destroy posure. poor hauuual t i :
and Physical Healing." The text wa life, took up the duties of life from scratching and '"Whet's the matterT" consupaiion
from Galatlan 6:2 and 6: "Bear ye but was never free from the crushing relaia solid food. \V 'Ohl nothing1,. Maria 1"11 2uat lo l.tti.oqneficial
one another's burdens and 10' flllftli burden .of that awful hour. After her for sever weeks. thinking_ It yourfirst bad married.my perm r\ontly.! l ..
the, law of Christ: 'every man shall some years Ellen Middleton was improvement One da \ would have. been the only
bear, his own 'burden."- Mr. Hodder wooed and won In marriage and apparently Cutioura Soap and first they couple on earth."-New York ,ejects f 'buy+*

said: ,,, lived In peace and happiness, Iteeolvent. and we ) perfect '' ,
It 1* with timidity w* enter Into but never the natural woman she 'and gave her a full Journal. : the ienuine.HanujacturoditytKa. .
the teaching of Holy Scripture In connection should have been,,owing to the carry- Bb slept better that '
with the rpodern movement of I lag of her secret alone. A few more day I got a box ef MEASURE! OF TIM8L, (

that School whloh" of Is Boston called,the taken Emmanuel, up by years returns, pass demand band her an old desertion acquaintance of her look fir wake for a position this ,.OUD, I "Say," asked the grit messenger* CALIFORNIAttoTiaRttttwSPo 1 1F1

a Bishop Fallows, of Chicago, and Dr. ; husband; If not, he would .disclosethe and well.: Laura boy "got any novel tr I wop? ,.
MacDonald.'ot follow. secret of her life for"Ti was an AT*, w-Yprk., N.. "1 got 'Big Foot Bill' Revenge. .'." '
era In many cities.- We have spokenon eye witness to the tragedy -Her bus replied th* other -- $ YmJP.C

"Christ'* approach to aln and Ills band discover her on her knees: . People can--no ) "I* It a long story?*. ... : '
recognition of it, rather than a denial pleading for mercy and to b* let old than they can "Nawl Ye kin finish It easy IJl1..es.ac.Phllad.lphla BOLD JyrLLA0INO11flIGCISf-601.11&. << : j,Y P
of the fact." We hare called your attention alone. This act Is misinterpreted
Press..PLAY .
DON'T
to "the possesslag of the mind aiEt: ,.
to'ignorancs-of the facts and separattlon
which was In Christ Jesus." Today follows, her life destroyed by stop the pain'and .OF-.INTEREST.Thl 'tlDJtK.--G"A 1IKiAt, aw..a..l.

we shall endeavor to seek more light the carrying of her secret..alone. quloklr cad will." play i. too/rank- for m*.,'I'm a.E.N, i i-eve i ,
by consideration of sus eon rater
the
question
oa Shortly. after publication .atact.tone" going to demand my money bade""Wait XmifM (
confession and restitution as a meant while loa or sallow spot
reviewed the book, and
.' until after .the bent act,
tbs
-Improve physical''and-mental con not Indorsing the claim for a confessional . lag, or atlag' *
ditions. We make,bold to alLY part of he advocated the need of an sciences afterwards. ; Bill. Sixteen; -year claps between p t 1l* ",I

the teaching It too superficial and establishment of confidence between mighty little trouble. : act land 2. and..rou demand Internet ;.VAI: tw '

that It does not penetrate to the core. spiritual leaders and adviser lor mutual 'mall from Tat ... on your money fat that length ...ramus u 111 1M.... wuTrm.. .<.. '.
aDd that some of'It Ir too.philosophical ?.burden bearing. Are we not It ugliness' was | of 'UniiTWashlngton. Herald.
to reach the cotnnfon 'people.:who safe. In declaring, the. very root ofmueb' '"
heard 'Jesus gladly.- 'We.also make "phytleal and mental' trouble of men "wQold.'+,try -, nrnnov

bold to say. divine things i>.re.looked and'sorrow lies'In-the fact of a secret, .'' NEW WAY k .I
for from moral sources and not divine. which our pride .or .shame will Dot teot.h1ng.aolteua Ballet,

lavs- Therar'..OIll..tblop.'Whteb.are disclose '*'Ve.are willing'to make ,,,&tlon,.a allay pain,cures : TO GIVE MEDICINE Itcnume all aw.lllBg la 110 se
absolutely' essential before we our confession to/Almighty: "God,.for' decte. a fm*.rtevi om
can make any progress "whatever. we know ot His eternal silence: but No man'.ppro... I' TO STOCK' I II, iaa.to eedareTTrteltraatiometTcnlfM..!Cot"I. eaab
They are in the teaching of Jesus and we fear men lest there be a disclosureand flirt with' anolher' . ( Or.H./LBf.M's.....- '
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In the eternal law of bow to make 'we come into living disgrace. ,. StettalUt. Baa hats.*.,
things right.. It is not our desire to Human- hearts are ready to leave Itch cured In 80 ) l I. ,
raise any ecclesiastical controversyorto their sin with God and forget its past sanitary. Lotion- N a
defend any sacramental Institutionof and press toward the mark of its high Self-Interest' '
a few. We shall' merely look into ,
calling. But are human hearts readyto
the face of an accepted essential fact forget the past of others Are we nothing In 'co ., > ,

and'leave men to decide the Issue of eager to stand at the .jail door and FROM BUNNY -' I
the question. "Is confession necessary + '
put our arms about the jail bird not
to relief of body?" If'so. to necessarily a prison with iron bars, ''Th'Twice-Told ANTISEPTICKeep
whom? Has the law oB restitution but to deliver them out of an eternal TOILET

or making good anything to do with 'dungeon and help them In a fresh Bernardino : the breath teeth mouth and body
my health of spirit, soul and body i start of life and keep eternal silence enUeepUeally clean and tree fro** _:
From Bunny ,
!We give no verdict as It is too sacreda How shall we relieve the conscience r healthy germ-life and disagreeable odor,
thing for any man to decide. We Bidet of orange ,
In .troubles with some weighty
which end tooth preperatloae,
'only try to get at fact and by God's matter The heaviness of guilt and M. *" alone)cannot water do.eoap A -

I "help to assist another man to carry deep anguish is on Its soul. Perhaps .nalckta1. dlala*
his burden, and advise! how he shall that soul has been more ..Innedagaln.t ,feolinf and deadertal.gtoU.trequi.lte*
be able to rid himself of his burden.
i than sinning. It suffers alone ,
: '
;. We admit the, superficial treatmentin fear Is In Its eye dread of man in its m) : : DROP:' BRICK IN FEED' BOX' ol exceptional ex* '-' III

so abort a time but, leave the countenance. Its step Is slow-and It IT ,WIL"-. DO :T.HE RESTS. ealleaee end ooo--" I .
thought for the quiet hour of deeper moves with bowed head. '
Bills laveUabl
thinking and working. Our text is more than a counsel to Saves Veterinary ; .0.for"inftamcd '
*
er*
:'\' The sum of human happiness In "support the weak" "to be patient -' Time and Labor. throatsodat.l.d' '
*, this world Is indebted to the feeling ;
toward all men. Our personal gratlflcatlon -,. uterine .'arrb.' At
of sympathy. The power to make Is not to be the rule for the ,. WHAT OTHERS SAY end tolUt ,
drat '
r glad the heart of others to extend effectual We relief until I
exercise of our Christian liberty. no Is rani
ef wales aile -vety p SO a
wife's caw. cents, or
Mr stores
\\i:"" relief, to give vigor gladness must thoroughly fulfill the law ot Pills. They cured '' ., WM t.aaW takes elok. Oar nttrtnirr tallvj mail postpaid..
,, inspiration endurance, is in the Christ:: "That ye love 'one another." and this Is twice I to II.!.. .....,. A tUnl Bif mtet..Ut I try by 'r
t. : possibility of every man. A warm Therecould be no burdenbearingexcept so. The cure was year llokllt...lIea..t w y.. 'Brick.TheeksBcelewmdertul.law.' Tee eewlu Large Trial Saofri _. ,::r;

hand which baa touched yours In the from 'a principle of love and Sold by all ; kela. s ttlni Ut a*of yen. OITVI 3 l-i to 'ewLtlaiti WITH **MtaLTM .n BXAUTV* sees *(HT leis i
'. hour of your defeat or desolation or the fulfillment of duty implies a fulfillment dally. FRAHK wODTJLetters
' bereavement, has given a thrill of of Christ's law. We must remove Foster-Mllburn ow. May I.. 1907 1 THEPAfITONT0ILETC0., BatlM.Mmy.jLcx .

!: living response to your emotion. This our hard and unsympatheticsense TIlE changed every Insertions 1
in the voice of common experience. that we may know the need of !
if' Sympathy' la a key word for the others for who can tell the hour "Why Is that Sold Ereffwhue' by Dealers to Feed l' DEPUTY"Want

f proper treatment of weak natures andif' when we may be overtaken In a fault comer of the Groceries, Drills and Hardware :ATnn': Proleetlv'' and ...a.JaI'

,._ distressed souls It partakes of the and. shall need all. a brother's sympathy conductor . 'AT *v-*-OgrlTaVCR. .'UCK.. Order over kUrted, Over ae.eoe, mUM-
:', spirit of Christ and fulfills the law. ? : "I don't see ; ,well l J b.ra' Both men and women Help feBQVAb
it The apostle urges u* to place our But the apostle tells us every man she like Wm?" .) j 1 If J&U."-'DfI l will laO'.uppJ, you ay -OPrORTVIVlTIBwlth.,, .taer'

lit""- ,shoulders under another' man' .load shall bear' his own burden and the _' "Because she)Is I BLACKMAN:'.STOCIC,REMEOY, CO.,. {and people.' IIIGMICH 'V.40a.f.LIII.: .. TOII..
'
\. and help him carry: It. to put' our teaching of Jesus,tells us we may lift j i ty., NO-RACB D18CRLMINATiON.ttlee
.. heart against hi*. heart and feel;&11.." this too. Every man must have a timore American. ) Chattanooga, TlltOU"'. I'_. t death 't( ,. .aeh>B0al anember as
.other's woe.Betore .- p.rBonallnltiaUve: bit own will must Tber* is mere -,- 1 ...1'.'. deatlii BBNkriTS.: J1* at. Child'' MANe!
OTHER
we go any further It Is necessary be first1' aid to relief. Hundreds of the country tbaa-all Membirlnlp
to .
avn honorable alike. *
people
Huckleberry Cordial LCApni
for Ma to recognize the emphasis : cases of melancholia nervous break gather,and until the RACB aiHnvAJ o ... DKroTIBIB -
being placed upon physical ,, down, self-reproach etc., have baffled posed to be ...11_ r ..o.w fi. ch. btoIIr ..et I w ANT m. IrNa' .:::=
healing by mental and spiritual pro every sane remedy suggested, by competent yean doctors aA _... Amin- h. !/e 14 I 1/Wq.rlc _turn & .
cesses. Of the making of many book. for and pmcribed local r''' t..1.,a .. ;<\1 AND PL"'A8 AWT W
counsel. They are chronic 'eUnUy Uilinf to _*n. d.. Wan ..ik.... aI.. a... _.. coal .nOl for full let& =
there 1* no end, and colt are becoming they will not be 'ell red. And as long pronounced I It I: :: ;p:rp ;r.... ". la.a '.Seer. b .a Dr.. JlI'III: f po.tag.. 'lit.
almost as numerous a* denomination [ rl 111 111for ......
as we remain free will agents we Catarrh to be a iak&A' .iMtl Jit : ,dr W..v ,
*. However It I* here and must not only consent. but aid-willingly therefore requires : .
' -'W valid testimony prove Its worth It and open.freely every channel Hall's Catarrh Cure, STOMACH-ACHE IN TENMINUTES... 1 (A117-OS)
Is enlisting the best thought of science which will bring us relief. -However. Chancy*Co., Toledo 1
and combining 'the' leaching of many'a.re. 'ready to follow this line UtutioDei! canon > . >'
' Jesus It is Jn harmony with spiritual of, treatment brovlding it cost noth, ternally' in dove* .
\
,, moral and physical law. We lag that -will not demand some fat urfacet' It-acts of the directly. .
l:. '. should not be afraid of it or attack ItI' surrender of:; pride; that It will not tired dollars LINE AT-
{ or call It names.. \Ve should be honest cause any humiliation ,, that It will forclrcnUnand .... t.'DRJJI' THE
;t op.u-bearted.; sincere and earnest not 'compel m* sacrifice social 'po, CniKEr: sit Co., -
''t. la the search, for truth;, for it I., the sition Ill-gotten gain' that.It will Hold by Dru.pta, *
,truth which sets us free. Mentionhas not cause me to drive the skeleton Take, Hall'- ) ; d
been'jnado of obstruction which out of the closet of my life.' And we' : ; I-- lltUa a i
Kg: V lgfSj In the way These obstacle have must be understood In the question .
"Piggy
? been classified .a* mental.pb'al al, of restitution or making good not ina '
_,. environment, Ignorance and lack of financial sense only, but to make One of. the 'I* 'The old time remedy for constipation. Violent i
r., faith -The endeavor I.I to -remove good In everything we have, made the late Queen ; "* in its action. Containing a large percentage of It
. these by a knowledge of law, bringing wrong. You say this II"ool'.olu. bright little' dau<< ""' mercury, it often produce* griping! and nausea 1
the soul Into harmony withthe tionary. This may be to some, but old and of Persistently used it cause iU health decayed', '

:If.I law of nature and God. But In the .sharp knife Is necessary to dig deep very fond. The teeth and digestive troubles:' l.... t
, treatment of all cues' which prqper- for the cutting of the roots of cancer.' o NUBIAN TEA bring relief and pur** tendency ' ..
child to have
ly come undor the control of physical How in Ood'a name can new thought "f. toward chronic abomacb trouble Work g ;
.1 mental or spiritual law there must or substituted/ thought, or faith cure. course the quietly and effectively. Being a vegetable compound -, ;' .?"
." A be a'-willingness' on the part of ,the or knowledge of any Jaw, or suggestion ed and charged ;- it follow nature' method with natu re'i l; .
:: .4Briatlent to lay bar.,tbe secret of their pt any principle bring desired very careful' .. remedies Secures proper cIrculation of blood ,
x' jeart- to either God or man; before' relief when we will not par the hers and to be through the intestine and free secretion of bile '

,';; another can get under the burden and price It's not always unbelief or Quean. i both necessary to healthful condition. of the digestive
r/- assist In it*. carrying or destruction '
lack of faltlfthat Is the' hindering or system. ;
*. The little girl r
... (This rhay seem a radical measure but rock: its because It's going to cost ., rrom ndre\lB of teBttnoaialB weauotol '
the
It Is an axiom as clear as two and something. You-say It's too radical., glee, and ; '"MOJvnia.na.-riMa* "hlP a* cmeo four doses KnMaa 1 '
. two make four. The lack of confession its against common sense It will upset -- about. ..the I.1 Tea u.aul4..led te b.the) Wt. liver medicine ever BcU toi -,
:. to Almighty-God; the lack of. restitution society., Why, men will be revealed verypAlte little i th..etia.. IX I. Burg-eM.' All desk pall it ,. I
to wronged and, thelack ....utae\uocIb7I1.UCU atDtcraco.taMt.-s.T..a. j
I l, men; In their true-character; some remember to do
; .of confidence la. Christian broth will be found to be thieves 'who 'always :table.' asked '
, ,1". erhood have caused and are causing posed as honest; some will be "Oh I , :
r 'I ye;
_' spiritual poverty, mental distress and
!:: revealed' AS hypocrites who, wore "'but '
little
girl of
I.byalcal'aulterlnlC"1Dore': than-w. at' halossome'; will be discovered to '
first give thought-to. Absolute surrender have used any means for theend so "The Queen m AS,,,, ,

r'' of secret sin, full restitution i iiti the end was all right. The price of mother, "Why ,
and sincere confidence are essentials ;' virtue of honor' of blood ha',been "8h* Cook*her ,: \

Pi, .la burden bearing for full relleftto paid for my ends. What! Shall, I her fingers, and !

I'T'i- (I soul' mind and. body make it known to have heart' ease finger .t ,. OV A HIGH OHADC DROP HEAD
'1'r We are'to be understood as treatIng and a new health We admit some said t;
.. 'Piggy $16 .
', the subject confession: to God physical conditions are caused by, 1 s' ;' $SEWING MACHINE'Client
Is. sincere, confidence men and restl- mental and moral diseases. We- admit delphla Ledger. tu

v '.0"..'i "' .tution to the wronged man 111'tbelr some-physical condition are not ., '' r. 5 -Ea..y' Knnatng.Life'Time' Guni.,... ;
relation to mental and physical condi caused by mental or moral diseases, .. The in ,tionsand.notTln any/ ecclesiastical and-are willing to submit la the most ta.. r ",'lb.S.utt-LtrCr.ele i r. ThiraTBreL Ag nuvanled.. +!I
teaching whatever. '.1u.t'downrlght heroic'way.to any measure of suffer-, .. Effervescing or *. ;... *.. :. rlrvulan Irre.. "
.ipractlca| common sense.Can out lag If we can only; be saved to this 'tailed. -siphons '..!laduelrUma" lien_ c., ., Uept. A. H..svlllgT.aa. : :

step be -umade lighter Can w". put lire; Wbat is the reason.of our- positive are now used for ,
a'sunshine into our countenance? Can refusal to. submit to. the came be a" feature'of ] / 1
''We enjoy bettor health In ."ery-way principle asiapplied to mental. and Two'' .

.'" ,by the mean, of an open, ..clean.a moral diseases? ? agricultural. ., W.L.BOVGLAS
: breasted confession In the thought It Is at this"1 point the Question of clare that this
,. cf today we place to one side all the confession comes In.,:'We feel we are
'l'< .-various'suggestions' of the many safe with God.- His" eternal quiet. prepare,-cheap ;,

i' .named,schools, and come directly face holds the secret of our hearts, but His ly drawn milk or 00 0swoee'Ar +. a
to face with God and man.- Although eternal.command. : .,, I* also tomake milk will keep, it "" A'MteqIORaVRV
at ',tlm4a' -we'' act'' ''verymuch' asNaaman good. 'Whst'shalh be oul'attltGde a long.tlmeiafter has" s '

t. the leper 'who spurned:'the toward those. whom, .we have -from four; .to .. *, a/tMnROrTHgLarlr, -G +
", prophet' Instr9ctions' and wa told wronged Y. Manyiinstauees'. have, bavi the MEN, ova, WOMIN. iy his servant:. :'U the prophet had passed where restitution-"!*. impossible Introduced, -
bid the do some great thing wouldst ,'but wemay not have passsd the gas\ls, ; L.fa ,
M.w I
.f rw
s thou not have dona, JtT"_Why seek polnt of confession-'for 'forgiveness.: point-th* bolter soda '

some mysterlou bay-when God'bat God -grant that In these fearfully plea,, which r.m.l III 1. fah ..
,made It so easy.to get'at thee. cause? serious time we'may be led'.by the tion -for. four : ". Mtytt, " 1 -a1a..a.fMs..efdl/r.frisln ,,

Why' carry-a burden(when.relief eab4 eternal light of His Holy Spirit to do to pressures: "al'J'l : W.L $4 snt5 tilt Sloes CoRo16e Equafd At An Pl S' '
Olroghs )
Edge
had by-throwing off the both to and -
or w .vac
-* stew'' .t..ltee wear
.which" hangs about our; neck? man.,' .. too, high, the 'sett ,, -4Da..lr I
I' .4, *: In 1857 Georglaaa-Pnllcrtoa.. ,
. .,1 bottle- '
t. let from the
, England published. her book .
; ; called '
V"Ellen :Mlddleton.Atth4- time.of ",: !No[,Chance' fora Victory.. .more-or less like' : ;: t '

::-wrHl g sh0.wa..lilmemberof ,Uh I', >)(ak!l1C' 1meon,, ., &Gay: doesn't sltghtr 'IdId I. J FD, .E I; <' E' S, S I)" Y.-EAS':
:rr.Qtarl' of then: ; \ -
party Anglican rout the vUvll'i army, ,during the OBMVfcat more .
i ., .. rdra' 0.. tIM. __ aU.1'IoeJ'' d .I..OMwaaee.tOer =- : ?
Church,., led.' by<"Newman! ., Manning. ... ] WM)1.,.tea.I .. aaIT'1bUk.=-Ne... .... tee carve-ww so alae w ala Oa.a aOIlKClS 1&&l4I. Cu" 4& ;
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.4' 1 of Ret>rernletlvev. 18 00 I..Sunny South Stables. .1 '

For .... .4 ..,j" IA 00 : LEADING f
. /51A'
.. % I
1 i. Oi cex>la roult Court ... AO DO t.
of Taxes. AO 00 $ L. H. INGRAM, Proprietor. S CANDIDATE f 11" ,
May .... WOO SraNNaaaaNNNNe.MNNNaNphNNNNNeNaaNNN I ; f ,
..... nt of 1'libllo In-: $ .

....i,.,. '...i... WOO 6110 # 18" 'AY Ii .
1'ho .t. sl i
SALE and BOARDING \ 4
..., ., ..' <" 00 LIVERY FOR ,
Count/tln'tha: $ :
$' . ... A 00 f.. 103

.txt prortde lot } "... AUrtruny.,.. rig 00 $ ;I.\ .._........._.........._............. ...HNNANNNt1Ye11 = -&-
: Primary EleoUon ., .''. 00 i

tU, regular polling ", .-, U 00 $ cquipiunrvilk Yew Stoolf ami VuliicluH and i ; UNITED
.. . .
."". -, \\I do
trict,curt.lb. ..'. . I' 00 $ prepared to meet all dcrnauilH with J'erfuot Satin- ,

day, the ipth! d.y Omimltie net and appointed I. faction. i ii r

nomination of all | ; "..,...... and ehirita to eerve at the i : STATES -.

011I_ Still*and : .J

Democratic elector; MM. rfnnii. 100J>ecu>r. i . . HEAVY: HAULING A SPECIALTY.. . i : ;
W. Ailiton *' ,
be hind' 1 u..Bt Wotherl ". MvM4VNrr """"' ti BI. I SENATORDUNCAN jjW the
U o iimnocntlo ( .
J. Barnes clerk.: -, to
thudste of Mid "' -
for holding the ; : K.: E. Ivev, IniDii-toi. ;; Order n 'I"the
Thou Notre Appli-llllon for -J:

\ii awry I'rurlilMt uJidur Ih.L.the I. .... Modeler of Sale. '- Benedicta UFLETCHER'' vJ

dar the /Ifllh day .. II. Bronson clerk ,.
ibotweeu ', Notice hereby. srlven that I will apply to theHonorabl.County ,,
the two : \\ Clark, InspuHnr. eslBULLETIN >
..' Jndir In and for the County of '
-
floe here " "A WOMAN'S MEDICINE"DO
Osceola and State of Florida at his office In the ;. *o
made by majority, T. Kilos
and at such < .)' Lanler Clerk. tort House In KUslmmee City on Saturday, the I I Stands for These Principles : i } Idrwh.
BUn dayof May, A. D.110at l IO a. m. foi an order
_! elector a* .... ' ,, ', N, Farr lmpector.; ; to sell st private sal. all of the right, title. andnteraet I. Control of Inlervlale Carrier fcy In t.m4a>te) lift:

1rlmary KlonUon, Wmrrfll *>< the estate. of Time Rauv dooea d, late YOU SUFFER the (III of'womanhood, Consmeroa CopamIate. r .Lie

Tbeterm. and. 8. Partln of said oounty and Stale.. In the following iKIeoturs
: '
offering N. Jl'lo'tt.CI..r'.
1 real. estate. to-wlt: I want to get vrell-avltbout' necessity s..... for n.Yf. ;walI
.
rote at inch Tmrflf . ..] De_||(. .*> aui
Raullnion lti |peclor, All Section Twenty-two\ 8 ii of SW U Section: of palatal examination end embarrassingoon.ultatlon.P ; ; i? I
taken N proper. j Florida Faranera ....| FvmU Hosier... btu
,.A. Ei,ImnKl Twenty-four Section Tw. tty>elx: Lou One. Do want to taksremedy a
Pert, and "' .. you Defy .. E.ypUnm Cotl... f I.Bras.
8.Blouot l Four Five and Sir Section Twenty-eisrht:1 All right. Into your home and core .
and bo oaiidldkte.' Tln
% Uoo..re.'ollo" "| ( : K. Il*... lu.,p wUir. Township Twenty-nine South of Range Thirty ....s>4 81..... aid "........117.. 'eta

TboMt, arid only . ( II. rcrtlo one Beat Containing 2738.61 acres more or 1_ I BENEDICTAIs 0...... .. Tract. am4 aU ........... 1,. bet

mitten to bum... -A. H.rvtjr ., Said lands being owned jointly by Waiter Usss. |I a "Woman's Medicine," A prescription ,. F..._ C.rr..ey R.'.... alnr
.
e .t lol ete iu }r is
or|>ar |> A. Hartow,Clerlt. Sr..Osasr Bsss and the said _tate.nd to be soldfor .. .
of a physician who mad the study of Fe-
primarydec l ion h the settlement of the estate's. Interest\ 'In for
t. Florida, who are If. Alriennau H pertor. jiale Diseases his ipcelnlty.. It wag used ?J wee
aid lands WALTER BASS. SR., '
C. Wright. *r successfully by him In his praetlo. It haMen A
who declare their As Administrator. of the Entete. of Tim. UMD ; of I
P. Underbill used successfully by thousands of -
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and organlsbUon of
t-H: \
oes ad. ; k
Monet Slate and II. I.. Chastener) Clerk. women during the many years slace. Pro. 'tteli
NO.2.
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of tbe BtaM lawful I). TtnitMl ln pi,>ctor. gresslr- physicians havealao' found Itn valuable .

whlob the. >- offer to I",tmon. Notice. assistant,when they desired. to avoid i
poll taxes locally W. Bent ? .n operation. I "' oft'
Notice hereby...... lhat.the Council will
receive
before such I'rhll. R. Krmli, Clerk.
ehall when Drirocrallo (ponimllico of bide for one scavenger under th. following BCNEDICTA PARTY FARES ri r.eae IIi.r .

writing upon. oath < ..'this, Hth <1.y of April conditions: Maid scavenger full to furnish" on. lewd I."a vegetable remedy. It U made* from ..t.o I lM
hone and davote time to
honor to abide by T. N. NUHPHV. wagon to scavenirorand root., herbs and barks known to possessproperties prta.
street work to give bond In the sum of i!K>.
aaau Prl..naI :Chalrrn.il. which have a wonderful curative .
APRIL 5 1908. .
Bids to be Sled with the Clerk. not later than noon'on EFFECTIVE ,
Bach olaorlor the I "! ,. and tonlo effect upon the female organs and wa,
the Mth day of'April HNW. Council reservesths .. ,
." alncau,
said Primary nervous System Without mentioning the
vote for tbe right to reject any' and all bids. forms of female troubles that For of ten ;
many women parties (10)) or morA travel ,
April Oth 1 r '
Viva candidate, "' Sale. J. R. GILBERT Clerk. suffer,we say thatthen It'no trout>l"ol this i, oft.
One candidate.. for kind that entilcte will not Immadlatkly, ra,. Ing together on one ticket two ((2)) cents per i b'.rCql
-- -- -
'One candidate.. : '- dated'' the lhth day of lleve,and finally cur*. .
Notice.
..-. ( and an order leaned th. nth .' mile per capita; minimum per capita fare: :' Go

Two C>.i clld"'" crud out of the Circuit. Court Notice Is hereby Driven that the partiienhin BENEDICTA

Court. Circuit In and fur Oneola coun ilntlng betweou tho undersigned: has ihl.ds; prepared carefully and .rlentlllcallyand fifteen (15)( cents :'-.,.
r One candidate for . .., wherein Aekla. F. But beau mutually dlasolvedV.. L. \'au Dinar re with theoon.clou.neuofthe responslblllt; Br'r ;
S One candidate.. for ," W.UenryjSav.ve b defend tatulug the reAl estate sgcncr. and R. O. Meek of giving to suffering' ; women a remedy tfl* '- These rates are.open to the public and '. Ic"
..
r .
One candidate for I chattle mortcwe. I will ..11.\ taking. the other.: aRennlen belonjliig to paId will not only be beneficial,but also harmles sat
On*candidate.. for '" of the eourt ho .e door In psrtpenhlp.April In effects no matter what may be the condltlon apply between any point on the qtb

One candidate.. for on Monday, the tth day Ifith IDOX. of tlfe woman taking IU 1
One Candidate.. for between the legal hours of \\'. L.VAN IIUZOR.R. It I* sold at 11.00 per: bottle, byRoborson's .4 'NO crib
Instruction. described.stock and atoeka of .O. MKICK. ATLANTIC; COAST LINE.

Owoandldatsfor. .. '.oountiee of Owxola, 0....... r Nat
4ir. .,In the UU. .. of Florida Pharmacy IoU
HEALTH AND VITALITYMOTTS' all
One candidate for and tfty'(000). (! ) head For tickets renervntlon or Information calFon" nearest Atlantic Const 1
PILL*
One.....dtda.or : and branded In Uw following NKNVINK FLA.WILLIAMS' Linn Agent or die
A One candidate.. for .. vis: bait.pUt la one ear.and The Brest Iron and/loom. restorative for mensad :jKISSIMMEB. f

Oue candidate.. ; In tha-oiher;branded women up the produces")'.Im ssd atreoKth renews and the,'normal tulltjrbuilds - ._ ----= J.V.. CARR 1'. P. A. TAMPA, KLA. J. O, KIRKLAND, 'D. P. A 11 ,.dt 10
Seventh .Judiolsl said mark and brands with vigor! For ale by Osceola Pharmacy or by '1.. O. WHITE. O P. A. WILMINGTON N. C. VV, J. .CUAIO, P. T. M t
up and the other down slay mall 11-00 per box,a boos for S5.0O. KIDNEY PILLS ..AI,
One candidate for
rk 'and brand two d_...... Have you neglected your Kldt>eyaf II"... -- ma
teeotk District, you ovui wurkiol nuivou system uoaancl t'. ofe i i'J
'Oae oaadidsj.tor. ) aho said mark and tniuble .four khltivya and bladder! ,...., ....... ,,, ....., ,...., SiC
... handle "'''' "'''' "- "'''' "- "'-
''tesentatlves, dewlapa Jug iUIIAiTEAKeeps Have you PJIIH! In IUIUH. nUlo,liaek. groinff seal '
.. for 'If'I'. : the eald mark and .brand Madder? llavo you a Hubby raranoeof| the led/L a. es. is NET MAOM.. :; 'port
OO.O&lOIIlda. .
lace, "'rtnllrulld": ..he' cyeo' Ton frequent bo I
One oaadldste. for : crop elope split upparbit' a di'iiire in |>a.n nriuuT If wee Willleini' Kidney
One candidate for, / .npp.rbrt la the other ear; Mile will our* you.-..l Muccolall-harniecy" ,. atK
On candidate : " '
,One candidate for owfcrk npperMt sawaot la ._ ____ ____ J ,: 'II
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72 .... stock .
branded
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w y ,Public One oandldass Instruction for, the cattle said, banns defendant all the on. II f !, Livery Feed and Sale Stable. Jiat,,()(

One candidate for
One candidate. for ., 1907.*said state of Florida, LI i''I 7: + ,do

_ One oaadMate for. .* stoekas On. marked erop :1 You WelL WOOD--DRAYINQ Chi
and swallowfork: under saw-
; One candidate for Late

i' >.Foui," Delegate. at. branded to one HR'ear:and. and coo swallow marked F Everything"! New and Flrst-Class. ,Wo will t IMt"I

'vestloo, In the other ear. branded Render Prompt and Satisfactory.'*Service ' ( \' '} .tip
smooth In
crop ecu ear. up .
.from Iwo the Delegates Second to & the other.... branded WI!:. It Is an Day or NI ht. All Kinds ,. .am..

; ".of cattle to be sold as they .tf f : .
'o.e' ember of Ideal Heavy Hauling. ,,duG
i
_ .Committee,! delivered,'to the purchaser ,i' f
t
On Member IOf Ihe of SaM as they run on, the AT BEAMAN'S OLD STAND. PHONE 113. tbs.

v'Itlee., of cattle are sold as the. ot RI Remedy for .... ..... ..... ..... ,..... ,,/ ." t.. for
.E\'erT.1 k>>r lo... t . hiei
_ Savava/defendant.. to satis
EA
District ahall bee des'tbs
_ loendldate for -. held by Ac..... F.Baa ConslipaUM actooociooooooooococioocooooi ,I'

t Inslraolten from turn CONTAlWI r..LcONOt.IyER4JDN I : ho I
Every......... iu'.... aW ( C. A. CARSON .J. A. CRANPORD.VleePrwldnil.. 8. .. LUPFER ,.\ bla
R.'JOBMSTOM.. .
,<
XMstriot shall have I Preeldent. Seeretary. lea]
Wndldste fofCoualy Master la haaoery. ') _" .03
80-6t hdigestioi N '
District.Kvwry. rn.nC.tee.tU6ewm ; pll
w_. .. ,
.
] --elector'Jn' pie

_ Lava tsnof the the right Peace to and vote Chancery.! -- Biliousness _ Paint and PaperImprove KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO.. f. a"!, .bl del

:Datable from sack \ Seventh > .,. I and protect your boul e. g' 1.1i. \
very electo shall > In .........-,.., andDyspepsia. I will be pleased to brine my 1007 . f i. Jatl
two members f>f !, Florida.. =- ample books\ to your house and / .4 ; Agi

... a,IHslriot Committee.Bvery 1>Bill for Divorce. make any suprgeBtloDS la the latest ,." {I" wry
", lector la Law .) ednaSOceno y decorations that you may desire. .: and '.d1vtbr'
have the right to vote affidavit appended. to the bill Bp0ctarrcuttce, ; Drop me a card and I' will cheerfully Rough Dressed .'

tf Democratic County. stated cause that. Clara B furnish .estimates on paper
.dne 'therein named Is a and painting. : : : : : : :
Kenh .''person State of Florida and Is a resi e Pine Lumber. "; lit

:prlntealh..PrI.... .. .. In the State of Calif......... Yt I. good for the Liver, Kidneys. Stomach 'b&8
: candidate. for any \ of twentv-one 'rears: it Is Bowels and Blood. tEORIiE. A. e.:"log
the Chalnas* of this I[ said _ldatat Def....- It takes tbe effects.place of calomel and leaves BAITER;, 1 r sat,
bad after
the 2Mb.day of April required teappeT to the Bill no \ Nit
It is needed In the I
Summer
__ and. Spriair. : l
dldlWlT said cause on or baton Mon ORLANDO. FLORIDA. m.;
r printed, npon.blank ; May, A:D. lOOt otherwise the. Children.F.II.nd Winter by Men, Women and HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY ., :, vs
std Chairman and confessed t
t' >111 will be taken All --- ---
of tale aeseoraent .. 11 Is extremely pal.ubIyon ohildrsa C>OOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOeOOOOCX>OO1MrOf>T>OOOC .' ,

name of any stack ... that this order be\published .like It. Buy, a bottle from ts.s I
.. .. ..
.. .
upe. .r oounted or bonaeeutlve weeks In TBB +nF'ErrYr9ra4"'V'a r.Y. '1FiF. i allc i

'.ay such ballot, a,1 Ganms.a newspaper pub Roberson's
_.I.''f have been complied and State.. . Pharmacy, NORTH KISSSIMMEE. PHONE NO. 8. ..f rt"J" '
:1': -
Immediately '- 1WM. r
: )
-0 K1SSIMMBB. FLA. r r. ; '
; U X.
paper published! U LaaiKr. .
names which ban .. Clerk Circuit Court. _ n _, __ _ I if' \'.Mo.tort
C. W. .
? for' such offlava. BF Amnm K.DOMSOAH. PILESI PIL.SI .PILBSIWilliams' GriffinFancy'Famihy '1.be.I
Tbe voting In"'4 Depvty Cterk. "IThwhi
Indian Pile Ointment will' euro .
I t ballot prepared ....." f
>y BUnd Bleediugaed Itohliin pllve. It abaorbs -
lit
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_ 'wuhtheprovwlonsof' .. : the tumor allay the Itahtng at one arta ae JACK' DIAMOND I 4 4 ,'cooI
.ni shall be Minted" poultloe, sires instant relief. Wllllami' lit Groceries _
... Sale. Indian Pile: Ointment le prepared for Pile I and N 'eon
7 direction\ ol this Itching of the private |>*rt.. Mold only br UM JEWELLERAnd . .e .Lila
shall be printed the. ef a eoarae of foreclosurs. Oeneole Pharueor. 60e and ll.fJO. hi I .
for eoanty 011I_. I'I'der 01 and trader the seal of.the - -- -. Bicycle Repair Shop. I Fresh. Meats. j. f ."Ner
as 8z.dby the 7th Judicial Circuit of the "'anvr"eo.
'substantially la and for Oeetola County date Next to Sunny South Stable.. fec\ ..
DeJiuery Every Day at Hour.
any Patronage Solleltec.k .
t tp
.
vsed In the general Chaaesry 'sltttaev ........ The e IW '. ,,
.wP.4
Th.said eo..m'.... to Csesplelnan. and Jails aaags8e steejs.0ga&oeJ.ho LJSI i Niua=iarsBrone'SCr8ca1aaSaj&> I 'the
C----
'y <.y after suck QrMcCMIand. are Debndaats rdciAnlbtacalj into
-- :..
au'u aria, tmset.. eatery to the highest.and beet Coed sera ssy.L & the sat fu -, --- t Slue.

and publicly eanvass eth day of .....A. D.W*. ..:Jj 50,.
what .,.adld..... ..... I I trot Monday la sat!f month;; FERRV S $2.15 'THE GOOD OLD SUMMER TIME' \:"abo yea
for '' within the local. h of
.majority vote << are. I = Real (state tea
'''what oasss second I i house door to rbslmani SEEDS Agency.i U WHEN YOU NJUO' one

held and the CW : .: Florida, the following -
within. I and being ._.. In said 'cry
Cktnualuee. ...aw= eaiti.iewra .r.erw. I 'PORCH CHAIRS 1I8C''
wor.w | 1
emttfy to the : : .... described as fellows, vist S.s/ A.n.en Realty bought and sold.' VA perlIR'O'
yant. .......of _
r o--t ...tha : outbweetqusrtor'of wk Houses rented.
te SmW....4, mist,.South efBan.e w b..1..w rya ggd ta W. UM evw 9.M*PMca- Cnetoca ea.7. .. .
.....end.....also. -. .. -' E.fAST Mrs Taxes paid and Titles verified i Pacrwr ....rem kps.ror..w..e. -ad

't .. fb' ili lnnr1 ( .... aa the property' of said 1'"T j for non-residents. , '- _... ,._. _.....:...". .. 'I tga.bat.
4h.wmtMeiM far,. . the note aailjnurte-aje bold Fire, Life and Accident In-.' _- ____ a....... _____A"_....".... ii -
.
.r,#" ..decision as to scetber. with: she _... ef surance..Indemnity. ergerr....-. "ni '
.' Committee .... . ....
..nil a/e.. Including W. *. 10BNln'ON.' 'sublari ptlooe" for the Atlanta i rI Bonds., rLARIDA CHAIR 'ActllY ,' ..rem'lr."t ....
.fester to .. ... Journal call eeml-weeltly, tak.. ilrwu. '.
Jla/rte sltek ;>I -s-- .rw'.- t/ I
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