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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: May 1, 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: VID00331
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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GOVI 8ROWARD notaled records, He enjoyed .tnore-li r'I .. -
''AND : "I _
: . over, a large acquaintance with'prom* 11 FOR 'U. S. SENATOR ..
I Inent men who were among the chief T. ,
"f' IjCSTOCKTbN actors in the great struggle* and had I I ... 1 /I.J :
N0. AND STATE OEflCES. -.J .
much of his Information at. first bands e .'
'from them.;; Major I.&noey was himself I
a brave soldier and 'carried . \: r. ... .

,..l";;:;AMress. .Good Sized Audience at..ht to several the. grave.marks'of His battle wounds upon his Indeed body, Candidates Whose Names Will ,be I ..'. ." .' ,,

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Opera House. - were, never fully healed and the latter Printed on the Official Ballot., 'I . . .. -n.,
years of his 1If were filled wltb.utr..IOIl '
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.1' ..Notwithstanding the inclement from them. A man of less Fd'lowlog Is a list of the Slate can- I I .- .. .- ,.'" 4. ,\ . C

weather the political( speaking the energy: would doubtless have give up dates I whose names will appear on i.UWN1C : .
opera house Wednesday evening drew the struggle of life long ago, but the official ballot to be voted, at the ,, "
".. the largest: crowd that. has assembled Major Lanoey was sustained by will primary May 19tb. it '. .,,,,,' ,
to hear of the c.ndldate..ln04l love of his For ,
any literary and United States Senator-John S. .
.;>the opening of the present campaign. historical work. He was prominently Beard, N B Broward, Duncan U. ,. '' ". 5 ..1"H'i
The meeting was presided over by Identified with work among the Fletcher. William B. Lamar. a/ : '. : ":' '.' .
"r .,T..M Murphy chairman of the veterans of the w.r., and although sv For Representative In Congress ,. : ;:
CUsjity. Democratic Kxeoutlve Com- member of the G. A. H.< was deeply front the First Congressional.. Dlstrlet .ailY. ." : ., [. ,.';" ...' . ,
f?"iSrmm \who introduced the speakers Interested la.everytblng. relating to -Stephen M. Sparkman. .. .,;'" t<.,,'. > ;
-- 4p His usual pleaaloll'm.nner. the organization of the Confederate FOr Representative In Congress .. / ..f . '''...
H< The first speaker Introduced was survivors with whom he mantalned flora the Second Congressional. District ; .,,' '
1- '1)fro 'Nathan Bryan of Jacksonville affectionate comradeship His death -Frank Clark. Paint atidi PaperImprove
who stated that It. was a great pleasure will be no less sincerely regretted In her Presidential Electors I -H< P. f
to him to address an audience in Confederate camps than In. those of Bailey P. W. Butler Robert. E. Da-
I ,' J>ls old home town; that be had always til* former. companions in arms." vii. George L. LappingtonOeorge O. and protect your house.
l J;;, pointed with pride-to the fact that he --.--. --- -. .- Martin. Samuel 1 Pasco, O, ,J. StroEler. : I vrlll" be pleased to bring my 1801 Free
P ;j(.' ;-was reared in Osoeola county. He Fraternal 1 Resolutions. sample books to your house and
f: aid! he had dome to speak word intxMlf For Member the National Democratic make any suggestions in the latest ,
t of the candidacy of Oovernor Whereas we have learned with regret Committee-T. Albert Jennings decoration that you may desire.
f, Broward for the United. States Seals and sorrow of the sad death of William Jennings.For Drop ins v>card and I will cbeer. .
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,1. ate; that the Ioveroor.b.d. been a. our lamented- brother, Hon. W. J. : Delegates. to the National Democratic fully furnish estimates on peper"and
h' staunch friend of both he and bis Bryanllate U. 8. Senator from Florida Convention from the State at. painting, j : 5.r t I.,. !
W. . brother the late Senator Bryan ever therefore it is resolved by Myrtle I Large-Jv E. Alexander, Basil O. "
\ since they began the practice of law Lodge No. 21 K. of P. of DeLand, Bowden. Max M. Brown, J. Hall "
*' in Jacksonville. It was not, however Florida, tbat'we recognized In our deceased Brurasev, A. C. Clewls Charles F. GEORGE A. aA I KE EI I
for this personal friendship that. he brother an eminent stataamsn, Eaton U. :J. Ilerrin A.3. P. Julian, ,
t was bere to advocate 'tbe candidacy peerless,, .and loa true friend, dutiful Jas. hiarvey Withers noon Phillips, '
h .'-Governor Broward, but. because be son a kind ving husband and Frank W. Pope, J. U. Reese R. H. ORL NIX FLORIDA.-
'v believed blm the best man for the father. He was never known to turna Shaokleford, F. B.Stooeman. '
"" :'position, then took up deaf ear to the poor and oppressed Delegates to the National Democratic Ladies' Home Journal l
I" thAothw! codicteaahl turn and compsVbd and at the time of his sad and untimely -,, Convention from the r"jrsl Congressional 1
'?"' their public records with that. death he was the Idol of Ms District-John W.. Burton, I .
/h}:;'of the Governor making out a strong people and tbA pride of his Htate. W. A. Fulton I, S. Glddens A. J. w. t rar puzos R: ,
case. In favor of the tatter. He closed Ills character was without a blemish Kolgh;J. D. Robertson '
.., his speech. with a touching referenceto his scholarship was solid and profound Delegates to the 'NaLIn.Demo\ Style Book Just
It; his brother and declared that the and his life Is worthy of the cratic Convention from the Second
proudest. moment of his short career close study and' earnest emulation. of Congressional DI.trlot.-E. W. Bond
4;> as United States Senator was when he the young men of Am rloa. Whilewe T. 8, Davis Pat Murphy, Frank O. .
'\.. was notified that'the people 'of Kisalmmee shall greatly miss his services and. Sebring, J, H. Vlck. ESTA1l .. Received. ': ..
''ff.: had invited him to open his friendship we oannothelp feeling grateful Delegates to the National Democratic REAL ..
F camoalgn here at his old home, and to Providence for this beautifully Convention from the Third ,I.!
offered to Bet> up a big reception and rounded up life which now that it.can Congressional District-ChasrO.'An 0' I'
.'t b... barbecue forhim.. Mr. Bryan said be surveyed In its entirety cannot drews, A. C. -Blount, .Jr., S. W, : t I' ,
I. Congressman Lamar had accused fall to be an inspiring example to Clark John G. Collins, John T. G. -
"'. Governor Broward of heartlessness young and old by Its purity nobility Crawford, Frank L. Mayes. I KISS MMEEt FLORIDA ,
it r UurVDnounclnir his candidacy so soon and constant devotion to high and For Governor-Jefferson B. Browne; ..

after the death of his friend .Senator good purposes. Albert 'W. Gllchrlsl, .Jno. N. 'C. ... ... 4'
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'* Bryan, which stitenienu he emphatically Therefore we extend: to his distracted Stockton,' 0 "

\ denied, saying that It was wife to his heart. broken For Secretary of State-H.. Clay HEALTH AND"VITALITY "
:.' .t the urgent request of himself and father and mother and distressed Cr.wford. MOTT8 NKMVINK PILLS
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brother4
.. other relative* and friends of the late sisters and the lleepest For Attorney deneral-W, H. ElUs. .
/ n. Iron and beta restoretty. tor then
i" ,Senator that Oovernor Broward consented sympathy of every member of this Park M. Trammel) sad women great, ..rod...... .tNnnb aDd .11.1117
#1''' to run. He salt that on the Lodge in their hour of trouble. and For Comptroller-Thomas J. Ap. bailds u.tb..,.tem smd. reD." the normal '
IoIZ. other band as soon as his brother affliction. pleyard, A. C. Croom J. W. Knight.For rilfOr. For sale by O.la I'h.rmac, or bY ..
nail ll-roe box: ,I boos for to 00. .
Resolved further thai dopy 'of per Merry Widow
a
", w. takes ill Mr Lamar had written Tre.lul'lr-W. V. Knott.
letters to hit (the Senator's) friends, these resolutions be spread on our For Stats Superintendent of Public -., _.. - .. ; ,
' all oye the State, asking them "if he minutes and a copy be sent to his Instruction M. Holloway.For "' *TThrfh

; dies, roe?" family and also to the Florida Commlssloner\ Agriculture Mi A rfai J etk18t.0u5tit --K 4 "
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ji,' ....The1 next speaker was H on. Jno. N. Pythian the Jacksonville Ttmea-I! B. I F.. McLJn f
Btockion." who,.while he had Lot been Union and Metropolis and Lb.. ,. local 11 For Railroad Comml..loner-Hcnal JT IV!. TILLER'RealiEstate & -.1 Combs ...

advertised to speak on ibis occasion. papers of his old home In. $J; 1a.lmmlHfpr C..Dunn-E.-W. Irvine, W. K.-a.Llck .. ,
'; ,was ''enthusiastically received and publication, son, Julius Salomon. I --' = = I '1' _

made a rousing speech In the\interest. M. DAVIS For Adjutant. General< Clifford, Agency. 1' 4I
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J..A. ALLENJ.
t'of his oandidaey for governor. 'Mr. R. Foster. -
4 z Stockton paid -nls respects to his op. E. ALEXANDER. For Stats Chemist-R. E. Rose. .

d' ''PO-, Gllcbrl and Browne whom Committee.Basinger For Justice of the Supreme Court- Realty>>Whi( and sold., I '. . , o'J.
t. both devoting their time William A.Uocker I J. ecec
bo said ware '1 ,Thomas M. Shack- Hotneo rented.Taxearpaid .
'* slanderous Items. leford. fI $
If to circulating reports I it
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.. about him; because they knew be was We have bad two splendid rains For State Attorney, First1 Judicial and.Title's. ver- :_; ,. .
.tJrf.leading candidate for governor. Circuit-C. L. Wilson: I ified for nonresidents.Fire w
f If Bi declared in favor of good schools, recently which have helped the sufering For State Attorney, Second Judicial ,'Life and Accident. '
,," good roads, a State board of" equali crops amatlngly.1 We are Circuit-R. H. Buford Geo. W, 'I I
casting our eyes to watermelon season ranee. Merry 'Widow'
nation and State prohibition. Walker, Nat Walker. .
Y and much enloyment when ,
expecting 4 Indemnity Bonds.
Hon. C. A. Carson was next Introduced For.State Attorney, Third Judicial
and stated that be had begged It comes. The rain on the 22ad was Circuit-Carv.A. Hardee. .... .. .. .1 '. r .,.
accompanied by hall, and com'.nd . Y'l fi4F. --.-10'L ... ' " ; '/ ..11; 'JL' '
.. Chairman Murphy to allow. him to 'For State Attorney Fourth Judicial .; ,'." ">'I." j ; ."'; .-r.i
melon vines somewhat .
were Injured hollow.sJr.A. .- ill ,, '
'Introduce Governor' Broward whom Circuit-William A. \ '
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but not'enough to seriously interfere I. :< ';; \, ,( ..",,
'il .TBos :
proceeded to eulogize In the highflist with O. Uartridge. B. B. Peeler. :> J ill I > "\t. I, ,
manner, stating that tie bad come. them For Stats Attorney, Seventh .JuJlblal .;. .t, "MN-;," '''' } ',' .,:.;l1.'t'!.' .ij, .
strictly bard \
tftp to the high office of governor from : We are The river up against a Clroult-JohnC. Jones.An I .... "', , '' '.".' F.' ., ", : .,::......t>
:among the! people and that be had problem. not oavllr.ble.no .... ,
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feed to be had except by hauling
provsr true to promise made

.' ,during Governor, his campaign Brnward etery for then-that arose office and;' _,: we it. from are (ISO still,to hope'ul 75 miles.of Nevertheless something. Address to; the Voters. r rs.rah 1 1 _........-.-. . ..... ........_ ....u.... 4

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jetter-ta the future. I. --- -----. &
'(/'i' thanked Mr. Brytn and Mr. Carson-: KUslmmee, Fta April 2'7. 1908. i'
We have plenty of nice oranges to To the Voters of Osceola P?
for the good things they bad said In i County: "
r. ,his behalf and said be hoped he had' eat and this is some compensation. 'Having announced myself a candl
t' deserved them; he spoke feelingly of : Crops are looking well considering date for reflection to the' office 'of ':bat':mown sad' >!

the death'of Senator Brvan; he said : the lengthy drought. bounty Judge and ex-OBHolo Judge. Of th.mat reliabl.ed.crowa.8v.r7 . I ,
Sld.Plerce has just. returned from !; hsa behind It the reputation' Dorothy Dainty ,
i' he bad listened to the arguments of the County Court of, Osoeola County package. i Y
where has bf hoote 91"" buMner ataD4al'dllb.
Tampa he been deliveringsome a '" ,
.lI'. his opponents and so.fsr as be could I to be voted for at the democratic primary hllbHa the tI'ad.
cattle.. He I. going to take another to be held the 19th day ;
based of ,
i learn \t&ey their claims not on on v.r. feel a..s A..l WIll b oa-w rasa:
V-anythlnfttbey; themselves had accomplished drove' Immediately. Some of lohl A..D. It being imposbfa to all eeewmtiiirbw.d: .pieeeVl.ww --' ,
amp.ibaMS.
i,:' ,!but solely on what. they were our citizens are getting ready to for me to mate a canvass of the d h
i, ,pleased to consider his ( Broward'a) visit your city. In the capacity'of county on account of the duties connected 5.ddd&nw..rU.. M..u.isw ,.r It. Ribbon: Sets

;r delinquencies. be outltned 'a plan lurors. with my office requiring me to 'O. .. rM.V 00. Detroit ...... 'I/ .
J. J. Whldden
1. which he would advocate if elected tot Is furnishing steak be la attendance at all times togetherwith t [
and and roasts to our people. Cie. fact that I
Issue bond Increase the clrculatlng am personally acquainted I'
t-. medium; the gave facts and Our post office has been made a with nearly every voter and '
1 ,figures to show that the railroads money order office and will" be prepared f.mUln the county, having held this .PILKSI P1Ltat PILES ..1e +
"'t were now' operating and paying to do business in a few days. position almost continuously sincethis M-llll.m. liidlui'.Plla Ointment wa'a curs I '. 'e!
: -dividend**, on A capitalization of We have been hampered for .i 1 time by lack of some quick and reliable the tumors, ,. the Itohlns-.lon.e. IU'ta asa .
, \.;.three oJ""lUur'tlmel their actual cost way of sending We I have at all times and under all : ponltlon, alja( instant relief.; .' i
money. circumstances the :
discharged dutiesdevolving Piles and
fed au Pile OlDlmeBtl prepared for .
A Living; Skeleton are served now as far as that, is con upon me to the best of my Itching of lb..private p.ru. Mold only by theOrceoU . .' : -
I" cerned but one good turn calls' for ability without prejudice, fear or favor Pit WDM V*Mo and SLflO,_
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is the final condition of any childthaiI
another. We now need direct- mall '
a '
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i n strict accordance with the lawi..Dd I [ '
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&%*. worms. If It lives. Think of bay route to Klssimmee and this can be -
If I
IW in were to make a personal canvass ,
log something stomach that
your done by connecting with the line. at of the county; I could only relterata .-
IT eats all-,you take as nourishment Whltller. DR. LESLIE W.- WEEDD.N
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i 'Ntoe-sentbs of the'babies have the above statement.. I
worms Political :
forecasts II
if be yours has Be certain occupy considerable I earnestly request your further
may Two Alike.
of the time of of
V,{ has not by giving. It White's Cram some our support and I assure you one and Specia.list-Eve. gar .
citizens..
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all that If I shall
elected. continue
to
t', V.rmlge-ilexpels all worms and is James Clements" is entertaining avl.ILor I give my undivided attention to the Nose and Throa.t.- ," ,
rf's tonic for the baby Price 25' ,
cents. I .
ht his house and the visit Is duties of the office as' heretofore.Wlthgrateful .
-Id by Itoberson's,Pharmacy.. likely to be an extended one as the thanks for your supporter ( " ... '!It : ':- yj y -' : '
vtshtoria girl only few Old. , '. ',. ,, : ;,
a a days ' "
Death me in the past, J lay mv record .. 'j .
of "Sidney Hertert. ,"., :. ,
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. Miss Katie Raulersnn has been before you and trust that It has Private :JHosoital, American!'National ".' \1..".... ""i.: ('.. '1: -i\i1' \ "" : "' ''. ',
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, Major Sidney Herbert Lancey, died quite sick but is now slowly Improving been such that !'will not be asking too I .;,'.:. !, :>', >., ,':;1'1'I.; ) ; -. "
git; bis winter home at. Maltland last i JUNIOR. much of you to give it to me at the Bank Building, Tampa, ,. ,di. ,."" ". ," ,.. '>I'l.r . .
"' -Monday,' and the remains were In. I ensuing! primary election. Florida. '-'. I.,1.II"C'-.- "l."!.... ;."' ," .., -" : ,". ,., .. '.. ,

: k' terred with impressive ceremonies, in Change' in Schedules. Very respectfully'. yours, : ,:,r.t tv:::,):." '. .;:'Jf1"!;;;". 'z< \. ", ." . -
Jfe'the, Orlando cemetery on Tuesday. A change in the scedules of the 2t W. Hi JOHNSTON. : ..
V. The Ssyannsh Morning News, to Sugar Belt and Florida Midland -- ""Y.O O\ >::> .>> :' < ', .
which yj -he. bad been constant j. :o rr
per a Into effect
went today (Friday). ,... > ,, :. '.'
'contributor for a number of years Hereafter Ex-Governor William .S. Jenningsa '. .' -J' V * *** '.J. ' .
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contained the following editorial on, Belt will be only three t4 ,'4'' 'i" '
orated daysa \ ' 4"
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his death; readers of the week Tuee .. Saturdays Candidate for Committeeman.The PHS-RIOIAM AMD.OHOBOK.J ...._....... 11. v" .'i.II_.'A _- , .._.._.__... ci"S. ;1'
.r'"Many; Morning Instead of dally as.heretofore.

+SNews,' and especially those old men Trains on these. days will leave KIs- Gainesville Sun hay ._.__iae.e .. .. ..___ I ,
and women who have personal reo- simmee at 6:16 a. m. and 4:30. p. m. said that It was generally concede .....U..w.1a.. r
ifoolectlons of the treat war between returning 8:06 a. m. and 6:20 p. m. that. Governor Jennings made one of y [.
thestates, will learn with reKreL. of Trains over the Midland will run the best governors that Florida hasever -,
I the death of "Sidney .,, .. on same day as heretofore Mondays had. This, together with other R."' J. W. SIMPSON -
Interesting letter ,bave appeared in Wednesdays and Fridays leaving qualifications and peculiar fitness for } '

these. Mumns through 'a series' of Klssimmee at. 8:15 a. m.. and returning service to the. Democratic. partyand DENTIST. :
I years.. Under his pen name quoted at. 3:15 p. m. to his distinguished kinsman '
\above and which was a part of his The afternoon train our the main who will\ unquestionably be Office over Osoeola Pharmacy. C.W.DANN ,

:,areal'name.. 'Major Lsncy became line will now arrive here ai. 3:20, Instead nominated for President makes-IV Important 9 a. m. 'to 12 m..
*ai e of the best known of contemporary of 4:14: as heretofore. that he be' chosen as Floe Orrice lotnts: ,} 1:30: t.o b:30P. m.
writers OD historical facts ooooected ida's National Commltteemen.There .,
with, the war, and hundreds of 4 tSLile befog two candidates named Jennings Telephone Mo76 Jan ,6. lvr1.A' .. ,. .

:persons I.. all parts of the country Is a pretty bard thing tobilious accomplish .announced for this position It. will be . I. *:'
rote letters to him requesting to when 10u....'blue. and out of necessary for those desiring to vote -- -"" r' THE "OUTFITTER., : *.. : .
ave set straight for. them facts ,that; sorts.. There Is assure core for" al (for the Kx-Governor: to look on the. VANS AGNEW, .
become' somewhat'. muddled. M* kinds of stomach and IIY complaints 'ticket. for William .Jennings.. .", ,
aa regarded as an authority in, such constipation and May leta.JSnbaorlpt.loDa, .. : .
o .... a distinction which he merited Urd's Herbtoa Is mild dyspepsia., yet absolutely Bal. I I ATTOHHEY. AT LAw.......* I I .;:: p

....Lson.9* his ripe personal' expe- effective in all ca..... Price 60 cents for the "ALI"La I TND' NOAARY PUBLIC I : :1' :

,'b1 ."'lI-.Lored memory .and per bottle.Sold by Roberson'spbarmany' Journal dally. or.semi-weekly, takes I : / .
vo lames ,of perfectly kept;>> and an, .. aahis omoe __ K1SS1NMEEPLA; ,

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.mafel frfrIerf..ffNfrf-amafeirlrfrf under the circumstances; but like '!a ;
GREAT DEATH BOLL .
a /; good many other folk Miss Jean. ; '


It'Tiii.- N NSwiiD: : .L they nette came Perkins to hand used without' quotations."much rtJ-'as +Florida News Notes. ,

0 r' surd to their meaning) 'He has
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jll Kent )'0'.the' original document RESULT OF TORNADOES'WHICH

--1-.1 1OR 1---- which If he had 'wished to frighten

'\: !: 1 TALE OF MONET LUDXESS.( 0! ; you with anything, he could have SWEPT OVER ..- ,.. . J

.Aaaittt'4 kept and held over you. There's THE SOUTH. Times ; k
.. Modified, Busy at Hastings \ ;
,- .- Want Cuban C.ttle-Tarl"
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. ., rl. many a one as would have done that, ,
....... By JAMES. PAYN.' _'" you may depend upon It." jy Washington dispatch says: S*>ua- Potatoes are now, .belng,ahtpped from J1.

1 . .. .......--.._.....- lff- ..g-I "I dare say" sighed the unhappy for Tallaferro and Representative Hastings br the traJnlond every day, ; .: 4

_i f --rfma.-o.-rfaea--rf fff.ret-- ..-----.----.--..------ Sophy. Her faith In male nature was VICTIMS NUMBER OVER 350 Sparkntan of Florida called erf Secretary as nearly! everybody digging I! \'
at its lowest; to her mind, all men
CHAPTER X. 9 whole seemed to Mr.: '' daiy be
upon the as It were tyrants and all women who Taft 'with a coihmlttee: representing Twenty-five cars a will\ mecd
1?' Farewell Hoi>e. John "Adair most satisfactorily. were not wise and prudent their until the crop. 'Is marketed. The'' "
14 Adair who had few visitors For the first time since ber husband's the cattle exporters ofFlorlclawlth, :
was a man
slaves. Still this last view. of the Details of Work of Devasta of prices average IS.oO: per barrel f, o,
/ but as soon as be .reached his ,,,death SophY. wished that he a view to securing a modification '
matter did give her a little comfort.It I 11. 86me.have "Bold for $4.10 p'Or ban t
t. rooms he shut out all possible corn could be recalled to.life. tion and Death Wrought; tb. Cuban tariff on cattle so as to ,
was really something In Adair'sfavor'that
el. At the former price there la
The Investigation was In ber distress and of mind advantage'oftbe goad
; era he about agony he' bad give them\ In practice the ; '
to make was as delicate as It "was It seemed amazing to' her as It' did MS.' }given up the compromising Far ,Exceed First Incomplete per cent differential In favor of money In them.: The crop will be '.,

momentous..' First he made,sure that to the convict In Ills cell that human ."By ,the ,bye, .I do hope Miss Reports. American cuttle prfUdsd1 for In thsreciprocity 'short, owing to dry weather and blight
? there was nothing more in the blotting ' beings) should worry themselvesand ; at, haat l 25 per cent., Most of tbii potatoes lY
Sophy have
as you burnt the thing.; treaty' with Cuba. _
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pad that he had purchased be troubled about ordinary misfortunes. -
sent
save shipped
are on consign-
"Why-ahould I burn It? she the Cuban ,
answered urged
It ,
At present 'II'IIS
the mere leaves. and also that on She envied the kitchen- Tornadoes sweeping! over lhe southeastern ,
desperately "what's lt'nt.\
(, ; the use tariff Is baaed on the number! of IIt'ad'of c
them there maid she met the stairs the
was no Impress ot written upon
of Louisiana )tie a .busy scene around
taking precautions What has states including the depot
words which could ,throw any very charwoman that came to helpIn cattle and as whether the cattle : .
light upon tbe matter In band. Then the scullery-nay, the very beg- What resulted has from of those'In my case? Mississippi Alabama and Georgia and are ('IIIIIIIe-d l 'IIS Lan or fat the theory the, coming and galng of teams 'the' 'rblll'tUnlt
come all my falsehoods crowd cf commission (
be compared most the gar woman that called for broken and cattle' men and, ;
carefully and deceits and theftfor I have southern Tennessee, Friday night being la provide a low' tariff .011 ,
memoradum' he had taken from the meat. me<< can easily imagine; themselves toW
'their wake which require to be grazed In Cuba t
{ even stooped to that-why, nothing Saturday morning, left In a
dead man's mirror, with the hand It was now three days ago since with fnt cnt- In a city of many thousand Inhabitants
except exposure. after entry as compared
writing of the letter found in the she had received a certain letter greater destruction. of life and property ,. from the noise and commotion
of
"As. to theft Miss Sophy.. re- t tie ready for the market. Thin,
k book: Making, allowance for the with northern postmark! to the following turned the waiting maid earnestly, than.ass: ever been experienced in eOllrl! !o. It wan represented' Is In the The gathering of,,the :potato. crop,
fact that one was executed! with (be effect:
"If you mean the taking; of Mr. Per- this territory from the same cause. Interest of the Cuban 'grazers' The gives employment about a thousand r
baste and Inattention to calligraphy "Dear Miss Gilbert-My reason for
peculiar to a "rough copy," and 'the addressing you you will/ find In the ry's letter that was my work not 'The totals,.pi death misery and ruin Florida people desire' that the tariff nra.ro: laborers nun women and ehivdren ,'
yours, and I am quite readto bear from surrounding places. The
other was a list of references prop Inclosed rough draft of *"""letter, were compiled Sunday In approximately should be according to the actual ,
the responsibility of II; I didn't like say they have
ably written with some care he felt which) I have reason to believe never cor..ec""i weight of the rattle, and in'tllh, It farmers found no ma. ,
the job at the time but 'there form. Briefly stated they
was '
chine that will answer tbe 61
C confident that, they were by the same reached Its destination., J came upon]} no actual harm In It A 'dead man's Is said, they' 'agroe with the agrarian, place.
band. As for the contents of the It by accident this morning In a blot- are which has petitioned the "negro at' a potato rake
letter about a matter that can never Killed about SSO Injured painfully league of' Cuba
ing-Lboolj 1Iecond-band. ;
t letter they were of ouch Importance | at belongingto . '
take place, can be scarcely considered Governor laK"'n to (lie same general
to a certain young lady as to account a member of my college, lately or seriously 1,200; homeless sCvel'althouslnd Curftw Law'' Wcnted. v
property. And to effect'
for her taking any steps to prevent deceased and I lose not a moment In as elpOSul'e.you : ; towns reporting ceilous
must permit me to say that you Secretary! Taft ndtixed, Governor Ma- The Woman's. Christian TemperanceUnion
them reaching the eye of the person putting you In possession of It. In wreckage; 46; habitations and business
for whom Il was Intended and of all human possibility no eye but DIY are rather ungrateful to hint at sucha houses practically complete I lulus lu ;loon of the viewor the Florida people, of-PciiBucola composed of eev. j

tbe step that had been taken he own has ever ,Been Jt I need not happened.thing; for A nothing certain of gentleman the kind has has these towns, about !,GOO. and adtlved them' that the ultimate decision eial' hundred number, !is endeavoring

could make a shrewd BUCKS. Although tell you that I know how to keep Include the was with him. to have a curfew law for children under . t
by an unfortunate circumstance been The above figures do not
t deficient In Imagination the secrets of those I respect and the age of i3 years passed and
admitted Into your confidence, that'sall. wreckage of plantations and farms.
Adair had a logical mind; he could when you have destroyed It, you may ." of will No Postponement of Court, made effective' in the city A request
The total number dead never
follow a chain of reasoning, and regard It as never having existed. I
efforts llo.i .
Notwithstanding the of> that the city council imgs.such a m *a.
therefore much more of facts, am detained here upon business for be known accurately, for the reason
one Fred Cubbel'l collector of cjstoms of has been made to that ";' l lhair
CHAPTER XI ), lire body and :
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, link by Ilhk.and the conclusion he a few days but on my return to that about 300 of them were negroes, .
the of Cedar Key, and olhei, been referred (foO tie
port committee' I
arrlrfd at was that the letter of Cambridge shall hope to have the A Proposal. and they were burled In many communities 1.
which Mrs. Aylett bad spoken the pleasure of seeing you. Yours most From the moment on. which Sophy without careful records be prominent\ republicans to have i punt- on police. and fire, with Instructions, zit k'M1to ,

original ot which he .DOW held ,In his faithfully JOHN ADAIR." received the young scholar's letter Ing made of their numbers. Ironed the first term' of the Vnlted report tit the next meeting of Jho .

;' band bad been stolen by Jeannetteat The Inclosure was a rough copy with It. all-Important Inclosure or, By following the wreckage of, town",, States' (,court which IK net for the 'firat council. The ladles Insist !n. their yeh

the Instance of her young mis of her husband's letter to his father at all events, when that Interview the general direction of the tornadoescan Monday InIS)'. Judge, \\'. H She| guest' that such a law would be ot

tress. lie did not believe that It which she had destroyed without with her guardian had been concluded be traced closely.! Apparently the pard has ordered th' court to alt at much benefit to the youngsters now'

4' was Miss Aldred who had sent those reading It, but the original of which without her having had the in three cur the regular appointed time. rowing up In Pensacola, and cite asui r '.
storm struck separate
flowers; it had been one far nearer, she recognized at once. A mercenary courage to confess her secret to him, I otI1tat b
The for ieq.ietlng a 1.110111.| Instance
good be
reason ) | can accomplished
s each describing the arc of a circle
to'tbe dead man than she, though coarse communication enough I think she had-u pretty certain conviction rents sr
l.anement of he court van due in t'lifuel the order of
they were sent for anything but sen- announcing his union to her without that Adair would become her and traveling toward the nortneast. the mayorcompelling )t.
timental reasons. It had been all arose the pretense of any gratification in husband. It was evidently his In- The first of these struck thiough north that Uip'lIlt\ court of the' eighth all to be oft the streets

to get possession of that compromising It, Rave for the fortune It conferred tention to win her and his force of ern Louisiana, Mississippi and Into Judicial circuit will convene' In
letter and It had succeeded. upon him and which his greedy fin- will she was well aware was infinitely Tennessee before daylight Friday vllle rut the ramp date. and IniKimicfl! sheet c car tumble. The ladles say that r ,.

So far Sophy's whole proceedings gers were evidently eager to clutch.If stronger than her own. She ""morning. The second appeared further as no place hud .been provided fur Hi" If n curfew law In beneficial fqr men..::

were as plain to him ad if he she had' had any Illusion still left had ,refused to acknowledge his victory south about breakfast time in central United' States COIIIT l 11| wai desired n> liming, the nreneut condition that a 'S, (

bad been a witness of them, concerning him-the least hope that even to herself, and had fought Louisiana and lIasl llllllll. ThU apparently line the county court house fur (thai I !'JIl1ar. J Inv I lu good for youngsters at k "@';
And those of the dead w'eiV his love might have been reawakenedthis against her apprehensions but with '
man of the storm I>tii"fierce. It Is an niifui'lunate ('ulltcl -!I- n 1 I ilmt'H.Hon. .
the
equally clear. Composition had been would have 'been quite suffl- the consciousness that she was fighting was portion ,
lnce '
l -that both courts will IIP In se :
k. a difficult (tnatter with him. and It dent to dispel them; but she had had against fate Jeannette* very which swept on through! Alabama and )c
lon at the same time ou tills nccaiuit hut A. Morton Wml.t
,was probable that he had written none. His words humiliated her but wisely for the object she had in view Georgia on Friday. night and Saturday of }OD'

more than one copy o! so momentousa had no power to give.her pain. What had not laid so much stress upon .the morning.; The third portion of the : but temporary 1 amii('nienl was In llriiiaon a few days ago con- : _

communication before lie had got shocked her terrified her and had necessity of the union as upon Its storm appeared during Friday afternoon " will be made fir a court| roomimlll" culling attorneys in regard to bis. "

Lil, it to his mind. The rest he had no dragged her down from that height conveniences and advantages. Mrs.\ further south than either of Its the government Irnljdlng] : has hfii claim I against J. N. C. Stockton who

doubt destroyed but this one had of fancied security to the lowest Adair:' might not be, perhaps; .so pas-, predecessors. This was: the storm which erected, al'IroIJl'latlcn|> for which linn was president ef the Xvy' County ''i r.

escaped his attention and the search depth was that other letter whichever slonately In love with her mistress demolished Am He, La, and Purvis, already been made Phcspbat companyit Is reported that '

of 'others. How thankful 1\lIso So since Us. receipt she bad carried aa another young gentleman had Miss., the t'll'o..towns in which the sir I Morton will enter unit at once and

rw phy eujljt: to .!fee teat ?t Jii3: ?:aen I\MI't In her bosom where It lay 'like once been; but from what had happened wreckage was ,worst Model Rarm Sustains Reputation. denia.id an accounting, as ba Is ,one
.t into such safe bands. as his. This an asp-Adalr'a letter. It was not in that case, passion it would Illemav.
Mr. C. S. director, of the of the original1 Incorporators of- tbe
The scene of the worst-disaster was
.was the letter; only that it'showed all ber precau- seem,, went a very little way toward '
"As to your proposition" (a word tions had been useless and that the Insuring happiness in married life. at PurIs, Miss.,. where eighty are re: Model Farm at Daytona speaks very Levy County Phosphate cmp.I1Y, Mr. i"

poor Perry had spelt right probably secret she had striven to keep:with A dinner party at-the canon's had ported dead and-practically! tbe entire enihuslastlcally of the( future prospect Molten sets up the fact that In thegala

from'his acquaintance-'with Euclid) such, pains and loss self-respect all the effect that he had Intended It town wiped out* for growing vegetables In that sec of the property be was not allowed .

"of my going to Australia that is pat was no more her own};' but the terms to produce, and'more. At Clilpey, da.: eight were killed and lion his share of the proceeds. This '

out of the question. father 'b.y a'circumstance of-his communication'were also ter- It not only brought Sophy "out.of scores Injured" ..dJ'halt..of the .business l- \Ve hate demonstrated on this farm company'was Incorporated with. a'cap- '. ,

which Iam: about to tell rible. ." her shell,'' but Mr. Mavors out of his. section IwepttJ a way:'".*!f, ;,':.,'.c.* that'the;: \ Intelligent,,cultivation! : I., of r let.,''ltal stock of 150.000.$12,000:; paid in

I you and which will astonish youvery Poor Sophy had, Indeed.her;;rom. lie !called at the Laurels no less than'' At'Cave Spring"O%:,' nine ;.l"kl1l.;: tuce will ,',>yield! ;'$lil)0f)I! t,pcf.facsald \ '! ''''(he Ia2d.lateron'thev'.bcught: ,,, : a purchase ,y

much 'I amta married man. forcer", and one'' of a more cheery sort I three times within the next: fortnight edtandJlt.! i Js4 believed lUbe-,list'' of.,.lnj "].};'andithe! \ ; srlpmentjot| ;; (l384 pack'ages '/Ifor$2C,000..?and '"oldl;ererything that ,,I
:You will at once exclaim;; -'some bar.mak:1 than, those'whom Job bad In herwatting on the transparent pretext: of wishIng 'celeryTfromUlTeie\ ? '
I jured numbered more than"fifty... 'Therewas of >ut it is not. ..!a barmaid at all maid. Jeannette did not re, to see the canon (known to be t I : *. .
mind her how she bad warned glued to the also great destruction of prop shows what progress we are making: _
I do assure you. It Is a young lady once concordance in his col '
of good position :land an Halress. her young mistress "not to boast"nor ''iege'rooms), and though be didn't -In this section In. that direction Six Pensicala: liquor dealers who. rk

fine has twenty thousand golden sovs under pretense of sympathy, did Bay anytblngjpartlcular: to Sophy or erty.At Grlffln Ga., three were killed and "We have been a bio to show en this were recently arrested: on_ the '' ra r

f of ber j own or will have .when she she expiate 'upon her misery as It Is anybody, else/ looked (as Miss Aldred seven 'seriously'Injured The Kushton farm a practical domoniitratloii of the of violating the proclamation of tbZt

comes of age which will be In less the habit of her class to 'do. She'took privately assured her brother) cottons'' mills were"destroyed together fact that every variety of crop hat major, I wo.weeks io.:closing! the sa-. ,

than twelve months. This Is pretty a practical view "volumes." Nor although' he with Many other buildings. can be grown piofltably ran be cultivated Icons and ordering all not to Bell, give '

';well I.think for the 'disgrace of the "Well Miss Sophy" (she always I showed' no unseemly, haste to make Columbus Ga. reports twelve dead on the vegetable lands around away or dispose: of liquors were are
family: The whole matter. is, at Irnored_ the/ fact of her,mistress' marriage I sure of the:victory be had gained, and I
In that lcrnlty with scores /of In Daytona, scores of tourlntj and ralgiied In the recorder'a.court.. but
present a secret: you wll"pertiapscay | even :when 'they were alone) I did Mr. .John Adair let the grass :
homestekers hateinlled the farm ,when attorney ,
called tbe
they
jured. were city
!' 'that means a, lie.' but you will "things look bad. no doubt; but they grow under his feet ,
Even In Georgia the storm"a'so touched dally during the (unit seavn' and mar stepped forward and ordered all
only have Jo look In the register of might be .much worse. : with the power that his
'St. Anne's Church when you are next "Worse" murmured the unhappygirl knowledge of her secret gave him| he McDonough Harris City and Locust vrled at the woiiilciful' leynltH oil of them not!) pressed' stating that .the-' r ,

In the city and you will find that it like an echo from some totter- :'.understood. his task was to be no Grove,, each, place reporting deaths tamed" t 11al) of such"-cases was b.10nd.le ,

is all right. She Is very ,anxious to>> ing ruin; "how could they be worse?" 'I easy one; that he had"to raise not and a list of Injured.In jurisdiction ot. the city court The

keep It quiet till she attains ber majority "Well ma'am, you might have only a dead weight of Indifference, Alabama the storm struck late Comity Solicitor Sotttl. I hfrln ha.t cnsf i were then tiansferred to .the' 14

,. I should not have 'told 'lou been so situated that you must have I but to remove a certain sense of oppression Friday afternoon at Albertvllle leaving concluded his Investigations\: Into the county criminal court, where the dealers '

of all this but for your last letter told the canon or got somebody' to which his previous conduct thirty dead and fifty Injured. At alleged poliioiiiiig of three BOldicii; InPensacola will be arraigned. ;
'which has compelled me to make a marry. you off-hnjl!, to save your I had produced Jeannette's warning toe
? High Mcund five are dead at Harton recently and letter to
clean breaat of It, and it Is quite contrary character," words had In this matter been very 'military'
I four and three' dead Generaloster., who lequented tli" 'j'h.nt'w from Peusa-
four at Leesburg
:
to my wife'swishesthink of With a. flush and fa shiver like one seasonable and he had laid them to l
and twenty-one Injured In a settlement Investigation, stated that so far a. he cola to Fort Ilarancas which was 'authorized '#'
my having a wlfel bow funny It in a fever poor Sophy moaned acquiescence. heart.. From henceforth he droppedno s
sounds-! -that I do tell you. She ; Untoward fate had certainly syllable to Sophy that, could have three miles from Albertvllle.At could ascertain t the poisoning was accidental by the war department Is'

haa an: uncle on whom she lain some shown some mercy to her in suggested mastery, or that she was Analte City La., 75 are dead and and Deputy Sheriff Smith nesting completion and. wltbln'.' ten ;,

degree//' dependent."-and of course hog that one ,particular; but the stress In any' way under his thumb. By many injured Jn the vicinity. who presented the amen with tome da'sIt In dnllcipated"the road will bt1I11ed

: .'.will be awfully riled. It' is for' you Jeannette had placed upon the word this judicious course of treatment Reports from Ft. Deposit Ala., show candy, was In no way to blame fjr : -and the big bridge which

'to conlider what Is best to ''be done; "off-hand" disquieted her. It seemedto joined to a manner of great but respectful that the town Is practically wiped out. the occurrence. It is believed that If spaiiv Hlg Bayou 1\.m.be ready almost,"
for my part, I.shall be glad when the suggest that marriage at' sometime tenderness, Adair succeededIn
( At McCalluro. Miss, twelve are dead tbe candy canned the Illness or the men at the same time, provided material, +
murder's out. Under present circumstances or another though not perhaps Inducing in her a feeling of acquiescence It '
was due
with scores InJured'. solely to some accident which has been ordered, arrives on
as you may imagine ItIsn't Immediately, was the only way out ; she began to contemplate t
The list of dead In and around and not to any Intention nf the the which 4
deputysheriff dates expected. The road, ,
much of a. honeymoon for me. of, the difficulty even now. the prospect of becoming: his
Besides this uncle by the.:' bye. So- "Don't talk of marriage," she exclaimed wirer without a shudder, and even Natchez Miss, will reach seventyoneand to Injure the troops li' to be only three miles In langthJsf j jwill

pay (that's ber name) has an aunt with bitterness. "I will flattered herself that It was not a the number of Injured will go ) coat more than 95,000 per mile' d k

but she Is very fond of her and, never, never marry again." .case'of compulsion.On over two hundred. Major Sidney Herbert Lacy, journal- be the connecting link between "

moreover bas' given us such\ opportunities "Never Is a long day Miss Sophy," a certain afternoon that young 1st, soldier and historian, died last Sun the city and county roads,, the latter -{

for.meeting that for her own' said Jeannette cheerfully. lady had seen from her window COFFEE BRANDED "MOCHA. day morning at his home at \Maltland having recently been completed .t.' ,

sake there Is little' doubt that she "One says the same when peopledie Adair coming toward the house as Over the pen name of Sidney Herbert, big coet! Tile bridge Is rvp'ace! 'the. ,\. '+
trill| take our side. ;; I think''' you will 'We shall never 'never forget usual, and' when tbe door bell rang, be had for V ears contributed tutee of 1908. #.I.
Name te Be Restricted an one destroyed by the storm
own I at I have done 'pretty well for them;' yet somehow, one gets over. had gone down to receive him In the to Cense eating article each Sunday for the Savannah -.1t4
x ,mysel ,. and 'If you could manage to It." drawlns room. It had become a Grown in Arabia '
: .Bend i. fifty pounds, or even'flve "1 hate men." continued Sophy thing for her to do so, when, as 11'88cenerally After a thorough Investigation Morning News. He was rneo .Florida: especially\ -Alaehim county: .,::.:''

and tent", which under present clr- fiercely"a cowardly false, greedy the case at that hour Aunt of the best posted men In the United U making a woiId-wide ..reputatlonitorsylup ;'% t

:cums ices will of course, be repaid race." Maria was not at home. She was exceedingly the restrictions necessary to be placed States on the history of the civil war, ns U B. Saunders of the>Ayd '.

all rl hi, It would be a great. convenienc '"They're all that miss no doubt; surprised., therefore when.Instead upon the; coffees'put upon the market viewed from both the federal' and con r .f Saunders A Earle ot Gainesville,, '$

1 As to taklnc"my' yet life would be dull without" 'em." of Mr. Adalr, the butler announced and sold "under the name of "mocha," federate sides.,. has just received an order from C. f r.

that f.course, don't matter now one "I'' don't mind dirtiness: I desire Mr. Mavors. He ,wore a the board of food and drug Inspection, R. Hodges, 'proadstalrs, England, forth .I/!/

haypi ray. and I don't' think yon'Jl It. Oh," she moaned i.. It In' physical graver look tban usual and for the with tie approval of Secretary of Agrl- The Inauguration of the new line of regular semiannual supply) 'Mr '.

says y; more about Australia-since pain, "oh for mr; last, :year} of moment It struck her that something culture Wilson, has decided that the steamers between Port Tampa and lodged, who Is an Englishman formerly -:
I've found the lnp at life again!" waa 'aml.. with the canon which the {
New
term '"mocha" should be Orleans will take place! .
restricted to shortly resided colony
the English
borne bless Miss.Sophy: at 4
"Why me. one tutor had eome' to tell her."You've coffee
"Stbey < hadmused ed, had would think you were on your death had no bad news I hope grown in that part'or Arabia to when tbe'steamship Dover which I Is near Gainesville and became 10 attached J- ,

"' ? | cynicalthey bed! If you .cud have','ltbad' : you Mr. !'Mavorl"'..he said, with a little the north and east of Hedgeldah, now on Its way from Philadelphia, will to Florida syrup' that be orders

smile "those,two l1g01dIdlC j I Jt would be sure to do something foolish nuttef at-her beart. known as Yemen.POLICEMEN commence Us tun between Tampa ', regularly twice a year a supply .*&.&

was 10 sai : It's only natural. ""What's the !'J hope not," he-' nlwered. smil Mobile and the Crescent City. Mr. 'Saunders. '
) .
.:Ado Si, had r e&j- good of crying over spilt milk? 'Wipe ing.vls It so vry strange,. Miss GO ON ,STRIKE.Psnaac.la'Cops -'

1: ousy n Miss So : an' It lIP, 'and' ltart 'afresh. What 'Is.It Sophy, that I ,sho.uI4'pa,. you a Extensive:: preparations are' being) There,are a. great 'many steamship j 1

bad iso been on so very familiar a that makes you so harsh. with this visit.. ?", Balked at Guarding made "Oalneivlle. for the entertainment In at'Fjernandlna and other ar- t..:

'footllg) with. her; that little exciyv, -Mej' Adalrt!'' He, couldn't help findIng1 "It IB not a ,favor we are. accusetoured Cars Manned by Strikebreakers.Pemsacola . .. of the member, of the Florida HUn! .cud departing :loading priDe! .
;!
talon In.1 the roundabout was alatf1riI Mr!; Perry' letter) and,, having to very frequently," aha answered wa. bY''the' State Horticultural which { :
rf ;(plalrfed;, and the 'young'' lady's com- found It. what was the' poor young smiling., "You are like an confronted. Friday Society? will pal'y, 'with phosphate and uavaj) stores "-':

; \ ":, panlfnshlp at such aa bout; tally Justlftedl man tO'doT? It be bad .Id'be had order,ot merit..Mr.,1Ivom: of which novel proposition, of a.pol1 eman.. convene' In. annual session from May A.lto' there, are' many sailing vessels:. ",

for why should not wedded wrn; It'i pup,. you wouldn't have' believed we 'are very,:proud but which is not strike .,In :addition;. to the street' cn .1$. to .15, Inclusive. and' which event load.Jdth': lumber. The ]harbor! pr*'"-.'

pair (walk \when',and where,".tbey .him." poroo'Rye ,upon high;days and holi strike; Sixteen policemen', quit their: Is anticipated wfth a great deal cf ,.eats _'busy ppeara ee. Work"Beenis'',PI';,

t plssl-iflT'" "1I'ao"n: suspicions I as to "No. not upon his oaths, I iwould- days" ' Jobs when ordered to guard cars *j an- Interest and pleasure by the-) citizens,, to'"be- fapllly progre e Mag on' tk(new;)

f baseless "-V.i.t ft-w..." ?lwk ..neraetlQ..rp1)t; And tbenonly ?worn on the 'outside pet! by strikebreakers. They said'they .as It will bring: together 200 r'Ulna elevator: :: < and. 'a new\dredge, la ..Jsl ?;:

.ware now own to bsa. s as "Well. there it ,is, yon se.f J bit ," observed the_ tutor(significant objected to the methods being .employed of, the best element! sot fruit Browepa'in :''!nf tb' river_and 'clearing 'out.tb.l
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tiny w.re InJa oe..-- and,everything high or low-he eauVy pleas you" I) tobreak'tbe-.trlke. lad state '
*. Only, five policemen representing ) : ,
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:satisfactorily:cleared np.u 'Yes. (It. wit: aa naforttuoato metaphor To be. Continued., .. Uon 'and r
was ; .., : -- remsjned.on duty.-,- I II Ito every: class of, hcrtlcultuie., b..l1t. I. .'

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NEBRASKA'CYCIONE ROOSEVELTlOSESrRGHT, .. 'ua.E 'M tAjl'JO:1! : :: MUSTC'i f, 1VJ Sf 01' !

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t.- "- -In ,His Demand. 'for Four Battleahp Only-Chance for Appalaehlan'Fsreitry Asareiro i L '
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[ : -Senate Finally Oeeid That Legislation in Entire ,
** Lay Drafting -:
Takes Seyef alL jves and Destrot's -, >- : \ Homeless Storm Sufferers ;
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Only Two, .Are-NoW1, N*".d d.. I ly :New Measure; danerous malady fbuyou

Much FiQipertytyw. in Stricken Sections. r
f"'? don, needf
m By an overwhelming vote:. President. A Washington special;s.y"Tht: ItI o''

Ro .evelt'* tour''' "battleship i program consUtutlonal for the nationalgovcrnmeut 'die" a sock around t

BODIES!; CARRIED A MILE ailed. Id the aenate Monday Just 'asiI ON ORDER OF ROOSEVELT'' to acquire:;land In the states w1'your
,re.erye.
; tor forest when It can beshown' neck 1 curefl
t did --previously, the house :'Theamendment" -'" that such acquisition 'I* an aid o, a e

for_! four battleship* :was navigation declared
Wets Wednesdayy
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w.,
"Wlro. Blown Down In All Dlreov -
'eople Are -Also Freely
""' ntroduced ,by Senator Piles, and :the Contributing the house committee on Judiciary,
;'i:! Uonsy and Much 0' Territory, to Alleviate Distress-Final' Resume '
tght for its adoption wag led 'b, Senator The Adoption- a resolution to this BALL R .

a ;:: . Swept by Tornado Y.t.JC. Jiaverldge. : Show, Death Will. Not Reach effect followed a vote balding\ unconstlutlonal '.
rwent.tbree"vflt. *
' p ; ;: .. Heard From. Over Four Hundred, the bill providing for the ereallon SNOW ".r M
"l were cast fcr the lacreaaed program
'j of the White Mountain and Appaachlan -
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he number largely being made 'of LINIMENT tr.
"f,'. A cyclone swept through, dimming up Practically complete return from : reservation In the absence of
,' ,. recently elected senators.; Fifty senators -
y.. ....:. county aDd Iota Thurston county..Ne%. voted: to support the house ,and aU portion of Louisiana, Mlsalsslppl, requisite Information concerning the }
effect of the proposed :reservation ,00 wilt cure Hint (ibroat In abort ordT ."
,,.( ferask*. at noon Thursday' .and U're. the recommendation' of the senate_.111\- Alabama and Georgia show that the $tiavlgabllity of the- streams -w&lch ,Datlord': Snow Liniment poietrato* the pores Pro note: ;

people are known to have been I. killed val,eomltlee. in favor of building only death list In the wind! rain and electrical -. are ted by the wakr.! .,wlthiD its -'boundaries. Ing;,,tree circulation, giyln'r: ttio mitacloi mow elasticity. '
t '
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a number Injured and a number ot wo.batlevhlp storm of last Friday! Saturday and RHEUMATISM CUTS, SPRAINS. BRUISES. '
The'debat.'on CURES
.it' house destroyed. '' 'elecrap -and telephone the battleship amend Sunday will not be more than 400. The. Following 1* tbe'.",solution which AND so us. SKFP. JOINTS.'
, ment' l lasted three day, to the exclu- corn- DUQNS
unanimously ALL PAINS.
wa adopted by the.
Y number i f Injured ''aland at about
wires are down and re/port/ are' Ion of all other matter It was begun >
; mlttee for the guidance of the house:
".;} slow in arriving. .l I by Senator Beverldge wEch an, eloquent ..too with report Indicating that .a. "Resolved. That the committee I* of GAVE INSTAN1'' RELIEF

of the Dumber. of the per.on burt will prob-
, 4, ..:. The tornado struck the house of appeal for. the support r die. ; the oplnloa' that the federal government Ilonry Stono Provo, Utah 'writes "r have used UiUlard'n If ,

John Mangjeson.! near Pender Neb', president.and a suggestion. that tie ably has no power to acquire land Snow Llalmnnfc for Koural la, Toolh-acho and Throativrhloh

and then: swooped up Into:the.air.tak, brIer nary might be1 needed for war; : Relief measures have been extended within a state solely for forest ,Te- upon &r.PJ1""Uon'|?nvo no Instant,relief IO.I1I'eOO111-1'
Members of the committee upbraided by the United Statei government to mend It a* \) Llqlmont I hAve ovoi'used la curIDc'plJA (,
.
the of the andY serves but under Its constitutional
; ing wreckage house ;
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from
"" the Indiana senator for this veiled! lattlesbui-g.;. Miss'.. Purvis' and other oaiwed Neuralgia, oto. .
Mrs.
, both Mr. and M'ngleson were 'power over navigation, the federal'gov
....| their hint' of war; with another country and .own.In the four states. In addition PRICES( 25C.. SOl AND $1.00 '
1 bodies for
'f killed, being carried a. mment may .appropriate money
.. J sought to' make him admit that. he Jo federal. aid the states took''prompt the ,ipurctaae of land and forest re* V- I

A, ..: George Waacker and family were a{ meant Japan. 'measure for the relief 'of QOse' made serves la'a' state provided It 1* made Ballard Snow ,Liniment Co.f

;' '\ i lunch when the twister struck th lr't.o At time the discussion came near homeless by the storm, 'and for hosItal clearly, to-appear that such land and ,

!: house.. TI& 'e1t'.of the family 'were'seriously becoming acrimonious, especially sharp accommodation for those In-. 'forest reserve have a direct and substantial ) . ... 600.502Norh'Second Street. .

: Injured exchanges: occurring between Senator ured.. connection'with the 'conservation LOUIS ?
,
ST. ;
t.o: The.dead'body ota little baby'Wa+ Aldrich and Beverldge..' The former's At some point state' troops have and Improvement IOf'th'" ndvlgabllltyaot -' MISSOURI.Sold .
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refer ,< 'plcked: ,'' p In the public road 10 miles a. river,actually navigable In .
Senator Smith .pf Michigan toproteatsaliast' districts and to' aid 'local authoritiesin + l'""
.; } fromBancroft."Tb: child baa not been whole or In part; and provided that
I the senate chamber( being relief work Tent and supplies and Recommended
; appropriation made therefor' la ,
';; ;Identified, but undoubtedly. waa ,brought, any '
i l, .,.J.f by the cyclone\ from some residencewhich 'made a slaughter house .for the young ha re,,been sent,.to. 1I1ao,.. or',the town'- limited to that 1P rpoae. For Sale at .ROBERSON'S. DRUG STORE. ,
,
,7 senator from Indiana.. wrecked .
"Resolved. That the bill referred to
v. wrecked -
{ I was t- Senator. A Orleans special' ct Monday _-.o.--- _____ .
developedby New
"...., '. ,A heavy downpour of, r.ln'lId ,hall It'was" .11Isoo" In' the resolutions of the house are '- .'
l- during the debate that there I* "well- says: With about 325 newly ,wade t'' w
; confined such last-mentioned
$i ;4 followed the cyclone, which eptI" not' to
defined understanding the senate distributed broadcast over'near. [
Wlnne-- among graves and taeretore unconstitutional. KISSIMMEE
northeastwardly towards, the purposes, are r
.
for of the'lItlre width of Louisiana. KIliMslsaippf
'leaders the authorization .y? ,
:
t bago Indian reservation where' much- ,ji. .
two battl'as'nlps''each year, until the and Alabama, ,the,,deaCIn'. Fri-' i Thl,'action k damage Is supposed to have been,
: wrought the bower being"of the most, American navy 'I* r"arded.uril.' day's tornadoes had been mostly cared'' the way for the'trlends ol *IVEE: Ro: tITL7

'clent to meet any demand' that may for. and' It Is possible to 'say with the'ppa.1achlan project to frame a new a

passed be:'made It. that the-deathllet, In these
upon
; \ ., accuracy '" bill within'the constitutional limit-: ... ,.
r :. 'and caused consternation In that town.'" As finally passed, the bill carries appropriations i. 'atate.' woud 'not.exceed 350. The few towns outlined., BTEAMKR LlLUB.. ''BTKAMER ROSEADA.' e

aggregating 9123.11S.659. who'may yet be' added to the tatall- I i Captain Clay Johnson Sr. Captain Clay Johnson- Jt.

and provide for the construction of ties are possibly a score :.cf the nq
fi' MONEY IS FORTHCOMING. Regular veekly trip to Baailnger sad return. Roseada l avi ro..I..e. .
two* battleship and two collier, and most seriously wounded In hospital MAfL POUCHES STOLEN. Tuesday morning and arrive '..nlmmee'nldaJ' evening. .

Ht To Build! Two Warship, a* Result cfPresident' the purchase of three! additional 'col throughout these states. The remainIng Special: Charter,Trip to I.ake OVse<>Jbee and Fort Afyere.on theUUI&.
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.: f' Her, tn, construction; of submarine Injured, numbering about ,1.000, Three Bag Sent from London to New Comfortable accommodation for pMaeager Ralls'r.a.onabl.. .
,
c,: Threat.X and. otb'f.nPeenar;; craft and increases "reiiorted on the road to'recovery., The most picturesque'Waterw/ Florida -4 r
York Containing 1500,000.. Mysterlously *
.l Washington special says: A* the the |pay sot officer and 'tullstedmen' The gravity of the situation now For. Pasoger -and .Freight' .Rate apply to .**

It'j :, ,aenate ryas about to conclude cOD lder.' : ; a* well a* Increasing; both:, the Cen.era In the problem;' of the living; Disappear. CUAY JOHNSON. 8R.. Proprietor.!
I .
> ;".' {; ''tlon of" the naval 'appropriation; bill pay and 'the strength. ot the marine ,lamely, .food and-shelter, postal On ,board< "IJ11I." KIsstmmee. Fu%
rr The London authorities have
; ,
Senator Piles bf corps. i
4l
Thursday, ,
: : JVashlnftcn
two of mall .
, f SOME SPECIAL' PREMIUMS learned that bags from
amendment Increasing .. :
.
-proposed an .
,
v -t
Yorkr securities and ,
... New ccntalnlng '
'
1 r'' ,,-_. from two to four the -number of RECTORGETS INTO'TROUBLE. -- worth' .1QjaM.r+Mhw ear *..* ,rWSB
Arranged( by Joint" Committee for the> other valuables $500,000, were 4
..T'-tf new battleships to be authorised.As '
Denies) Virgin Birth:of Christ and Must J' Georgia State Fair. stolen In New York the latter part of : '
r ,, several'senator desired to speak on Schools: of To'Day i:
the .
last month According to report .
'
Monday
;h ,the amendment the 'turtll r considers Pace Heresy Trial. At' a Joint meeting In Atlanta '
from; received in London one of the bagt > '
: committee theFarmers'
: o lion of the bill .wa*. postponed until Because he will not recall hi* publicly of the fair jL
was destined for .St. Louis, and was AIm'to and.StfmulateUseJUI" '
Union under
? f Friday, voloed belle, that the story of the .of Georgia They Create .
hipped tty the Majestic, witch arrlv<"
An amendment the naval bill was resurrection.of Christ Is only-a beautiful whose auspices the'state fair Is to be { ; i'
,, Upto'Daie'Methods.fly }
I? held this\ fa4l. "and "a committee' from ed In New/York March ,,16; the other, IInesj'by
toO begin ; 'becausehe:
,, adopted'appropriating" $7,000,000 fairy tale and -.In.l.tetbat' ,
a destined for was chipped
'Construction on the two. battleship the! theory'' of ,the '" 1''blrth- the Atlanta' 'Fair" Association It' was Brooklyn C. .' .

S" : authorized'by the bill 'as .It"wa* mast be viewed }In tbe.relation to the decided..to" offer $6,000. In :special premium by the'at steamer"New'York Philadelphia.on March,which. Both arrived a"ta.w..44iu Charles .Johnson.r ... .'" "' _-.-_-"_-"

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passed by the,houjeJ: This amendment divine rather than the human life of ; 'I" -
- ., was in response 'to the threat of President Christ.''Robert Hamilton' Cotton. D. D.. Of this sum, n.ooo'Is to be offered'rol' the bag steamer iaUappeared'and In the transit poitofflce.between It .....'KTOW queer ,It would have seemed to,the' fclurdy": children- who

: yt' Roosevelt to. veto the bill if tt of St. Paul, 67 ')'ear. of age and for exhibit* made by the various. couJtty t' =; ; kicked with bare' lees agalnt the rude benchei the ,autrlct -:
I I. stated that they were banded over
:' was sent' to birD with a:'provision for two score years a"patient'and sacrificing union In Georgia, and $3,000 for those school a century ago to,bave been told ,they were to

,p warship; butwithout an appropriation teacher" ',of Chrl.t'life., a* It .exhibit made'outside: ,,union,' The to the.mallboat. nd receipted for.. Ef. i learn to cook. to h1alt 'dre..e.;* to-Ulllt'hat., to be boy aunt.
prizes bycounty rtnlons are'to be a* fort bare been. made to keep the theftsecret.'while ,', tI: penters beforE the OM wotW ataun*
every ; etc.! But thataas long : :
work them
to.begin on 'Jf help the day man must sur ' ; b
.
: ,
'
.. j : follow I>''i .! .- ', f. pt': a the investigation has thousaadt'Of bat people
( : i
4 'A. spirited debater- occurred on the render* Bright-to preach and step :, > ? :. menced to send ,ui.hundreds,', of
For'tba union been going en'. .2 It I I. the children of tHow who ..... ro
county making.Caa : principally
.. out. Re : very year. :
: amendment, 'for the restriction of thee down and hag been denleX aIIcen. '
second'beat :New. York postal authorities prote .. S to America" from other countries who, make nhe public,
,'\ ircbaie of material for the construetlon ..'to preach in Minnesota by BUI beat exhibit $1ZOO; for ,.......*4" \ : "
,
r $800 for third best !U.oo'Vflr.; fourth ed to know )Ittla about the:". s.re.., tchooU.ot New York city the'greatest.Irf .lae'and'most la avportant
t t ,;. > of -'the battleship( submarineboats oJ;8. C.' Edaall of, the Episcopal"dlo-. ; In '
.
Morgan ttte, 'orld "*
for fifth ported Postmaster Edward M. ;
best $300 .best $200.
etc, to those of domestic manufacture : ,and I I. charged with heresy ; bai'pe""
.
In
J cesef -A;.i> clal''"ubcommltee'' to'wkom! 'all and Postal Inspector ''Walter S. order to make these young people as useful a* possible there

. question.inregard'tothe are Mayer both 'stated that they thought established In the publlc-achoofe of many ot our large rates a cone ol.worfc!
fair to
: Amendment to remove the re.t 'lc, OLIVER LANDS CONTRACT.? that teem to hare little to do with'gaining a school education a* our''.par nt. p.
ass It Impossible for $500,000 worth of securities ,
be. submitted appointed follow '
was "
flan ;
from b..bIlLWftr. defeated.Mr,. ..used to think of It. -
s T ,Hale stating that since the. Investigation . Given, ,Job' In Cuba Despite Protest L. II. '0. Martin;:' G.. ....lIuDDI.cutt or other property, to disappear. It hat been found necessary, la order to help the young .t dent.':mlncla -to,

I dt the steel trust some years ago of Local Contractor. and W. I. Kemp. / When' they without complaint being made Postal grow In the right way, that the *oy. and glrla of the schools should haje ,haC.

: .- the price ot
. $450. and ,be' called: In. that a couple of mall bags',are miss- fluty to self and to Others. These, among otber.tbJD'*, .r.,taught: ,
from f600 'per' tclto.JU' '
.
Beverldge ,. Cuban government' ha "arded.Jbe G;;, M! Dafls"was.before }the, commit.. Jng, butt. the'authOrItle..';;are, Inclined Duties to parent, brother, alders( and playmatesjto 5 servants and other,
v' peak. ton and' ; declarad
; Mr 1700.000 contract for the '
?* highway'building tee In, the'' Interest of his seed aelectlcn to believe that the absence of the bag emploe.t; employer and all In authority;. to the old. the poor; ana"tag: nn*'
that the United, States -lees In Rli .
pays the Plnar del'
provInce tortunate. treet.-ln poblio
contest. ,At hi* 'request $25.was wa due t o on error. 'Conduct at borne, at the table at"scho9l'oa'the'
i':' for Us armor plate than any others to W. J. Oliver of Knoxville; TeD,, set aside 'as a prize ton-the best 11 meetings,. and lu! public coiivfyance;; Regularity",, punctnatlty.'selt'control.'

n *;- tion except Japan.REMOVAL Oliver, was the lowest bidder, but his ear or corn exhibited: and. a similar cheerfulness,neatness, purity, temperance,.bonety. trutbtulaetsObfdtencef'industry ;

., Offer was stacked by' Cuban'contrac EULOGY BISHOP CAPERS. and patriotism tlr .
OF'>.,. VIS' NAME tor. They,; represented Oliver intended amount will doubtless* be 'offered for : -. '* I peeped Into a manual training workroom In-a'big pubUo icbooiLt ,New:-' "",:, L -:,

." bringing laborer from the"'UIlIte4 the. bent twelve: stalks: of: cotton Official, .Motlo-rvf HI* peathlMuetf' by' York city one day Just to see how the boys behaved when by them.elre.,,tor' "

,' ;j ,t' ool "Cabin, J.hn'Brldge""to B.. In. States, despite the fact that large num. grown. General Stephen D. Lee. no teacher' wss'present, Each band wh occupied( with the 'teakot, tie moment

. ye.Ugapd by' House Committee hers of Idle Cuban 'needed work. The The Confederate Veteran offlcla! and each bead wa bent Over It In a way;that showed, the keenest iater-v '"'
CALLS; ON NATIONAL BANKS.. ... :est Instead of looking for a chance to be mischievous, every boy seemed benton ,
Carlln .
, 'Representative- Is preparing1to ) sufficiency of his bond was also .ques .. eulogy, of Bishop and ,Former.Confederate ''
Introduce a resolution In the l house.... Honed I -;-- .. Brigadier General: Ellison Caper doing the work assigned him as if his whole success In JIf*.depended epos
Cortelyou Want $45,000,000 of 00"",, the result. It was plain no one even"thoughMfplay- _
i calling upon the secretary of war to who.dl d;'Ii; Columbians. C.,' Wedne-. *" atb boE wants to
lnveatlgatlon remora ernment Money, "You see said the teacher to me, when he, came In. : -
make an ,! Into the r Blanchard Doesn't Want Federal Aid, Secretary' of the.Treasury Cortelyou! day, was Issued Oat New Orleans Thurs do bit very. best; 'That Is' the)' spirit we try so Instil.' The boy who really w

; ot .the naoie .of" Jefferson i,Davis from Governor. Blanchard< who received Monday announced Turtber' call"on day' by 'General "Stephen 'D, ''Lee.; Itr.ad.I' want t to learn the best way to perform whatever'.be may be asked to do 1* tbs, vfrw
' ; : .. -Cabin, John Bridge." Mr. Carlln' an offer .t* federal aiel'to Louisiana, is Df 9
\ the 'national ,banks 'approximately ) boy who Is certain. to gala success In some degree. 'Tbl Is Just true
i .:t ge.ollluon"IIi.tbe'-te'erunn8r < f'a-.eorftjad aid that he Individually\ prefer that I :tCJ be* Another,leading" figure of the great girls as of boy, and there are hundred ot.sjrl*-*om* home helper_ "*od oU( :- '
.pald on
I ,:' ., resolution directing that the name the state should care for its own 'or$45.000,000f$20,000,000 before' May 9 and' the remalntng war of the aUtlo has passed to his era among tbe,raoks"of the 'wage-earnertWwho owe the pleasure they draw

. w ntw 'be restored to It*. former place on, thebridge cases of distress and not accept ont $25,000,000 on. or before May: 23; 1)08 reward. Ills love for a military life from life to the l.teDlln vogue In the public ach.ooll.-FfOm 8U, Nlchola' :*..

r aide help. came down: to him from his grand

RECORD APPROPRIATIONS father.wbo was, !\ captain: in the famous r ;

4, ,,'j.1 MORE SALOONS KNOCKED OUT PAPER PROBING UNDER WAY ./ command of Marlon, the 'Swamp. .'..- '. ..A; '

:' I-V--Q": :
Fox of South Carolina. :
Total Amount Exceeds Any Sum In.the ,
In Local .Option! Election Held In Stat Special Committee Appointed by; . ,: Q..1'V
'Bishop '
After
<, .History of Previous Cangrcsi reciting Caper nctlglous "i ' y $
'r tit Illinois Tuesday. Speaker .Cannon Begin Work. : Our C \ l.
The sundry civil. appropriation bitjra and military career, the eulogy ,: 'rying.jle, .
- ,
>f. The) ..loon.forces were generally The actual Investigation of the wood close. ,
reported to the'house Saturday by ; f
Ynbuccessful In the forty-or more towns pulp and'print question. Involving an
I "He was actuated "by the loftiest
the committee. It carries $106,715,369The t
and' village\ of' Illinois which voted examination' Into the affairs of the following; sUtement of the author Ideal, and whether la the forefront of of ,ForejignLabor } ,

on the localoption queaUOD-Teuida1. paper trust to, determine whether .or In
the bill .wa* made by Chairman Ta'wncy. battle, or l the sacred office\ of his
r' fa+ Definite figure are lacking; In many not It 1.I ,, a* .alleged :by the American church he gave the,best servtcetTt! ' f fiL.l

cages, but it seems certain that not Newspaper Publishers'' Association, a. "The estimates submitted by the different he war capable of. Ill* death bas'1''', .Frank P, ;Sargent.: .. Comm/ss/oriwr/ ;Gfn.raf.:

more than 100> saloons were yote4 out combination restraint of tra-Se: and departments 'of the government moved a moat conplcuou! rep.re.nwUn -'. ,of Immigration.I ., rJyad rL i

, J: ;'at, business, the larger communities maintaining a monopoly' of the print of the south and kits church his 4,

' .. 'almost'without exception'voting to'relaln paper .supply ,In .the'Unlted State, if I for sundry''civil exceeded expenses fcr ti e next people.and the country at large nave .......... DO not believe" It true that 'nndeslrablu ImmlgraoU!; come: ;
fiscal far the estimate > "
': their IlcQ.ed,' dram shop Cairo. under 'way at Washington by the select year lost a most worthy H' S' wholly from anyone country. We do not want'people from t
4 ,,
x, J which' committee for like expenditures In any previous repr..entaUvs.* :S ''other Cmutrloi""ho: are criminals., Neither do want ,t
I' cr fy\the, largest city in lbe question appointed by Bpe"kerCannon. +*. S we people
the year In'our; history, aggregating $Ht. : who because political belief want -to'l.t.u mnca'' 1
r an issue saloon
was gave, __ a,poa- '
{
j .V j rlt" ",61EXPRESS 8,352. . 284366. -. MAMMOTH SALE.,OF'BONDS; ,6'' i blood as they,,can.;and we do pot want people who are shift'
; '
BANKERS. .H lets or diseased and who bare'no ambition to become good i
,Y GRAND: JURY INDICTS .
I. ; : ENTTENCED
, : :$ PEN., ; Pena i citizens. pat these classeiCdo ""
,PROIIB'ITED.;: BANKER Banker to TakJfXo',000,000of;; -J, .. rtlcular'
FRANKS 'mu.rhAY.'labot
(f - --- .ocletY.,and Iola because,we "
T-Wycros* Citizen ChargeWith, sylvanla Road''SecuritiesKuho ; ).... : tharws are
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Issued Agalnst Brown of *San Francisco Is F und Locb*\ Co.;_ announced' at compelled\ to 'put up'wltha certain'"percent of beef timber: *

'Injunction' F'lv.e'; Com' i tllegal Proccedlngs, ." Oullty 'of 'Embexzlement, New: York Wednesday that that firm Industrial prosperity-In. this"country Is dtrsctiyreltected: In Europe. An'immense .

' j paries'by F.deral.audge.! The Ware county grand Jury at Way J.; Dalzell JJrown, formerly manage 'and the' Rothschild;;of London' have amount of labor Is needed" In the-United States .We've got to have laborV -. J5

i' .fit,, I Judgi I(Koi laat.Ja. .Usrtted States erosa. Gasp returned"' Indictment against of the .California: Safe, .Deposit and concluded ,ia( tlatrJu\ take 'an I.l and we,mut' take'.Italian aboro We cannot very well exclude 'au. the
' : HunchakUt and Black uanc"peopl" come In with the labor.
orge R, Youmn*; Cashier Every ItaK ;
o ; '. ''circuit owirl, 'at. Chlcligb; Wednesday; 'President-"Jameg Knout "*nd seven "director -cpmpanyVpleaded guilty In tour cue UO.OOooooor forty-yaar' tonper Ian 1 I.t. a Black Hand, any more than ...r,;Armenl&D 1* a Hon hakl. but '. wJA'

I: ;*: ,Js\u..c d.: an Injimotlbn' 'against Aye ,'express corVaTcr "which at San FLanclsco,Monday: of embezfzing ,.cent ,beads of the .Pennsylvania' I we jnu* 'have !laws Ihdt/ will'rxclnd* _uch" person. from the United. State*.' h al.,
'. ... of the.Bank *.t. closed ,lcty-flve +ortgage bond of the railroad. The Issue id' made under an -all '
Blclllans aird
' :-. ( .fcompaales: ra101lPtrthem, trout, November laos, ethers who are honest who want to own., homes of their'
,' Issuing ,expresj 'frnska' and 'from! tbl> door on 23rd JasC Sacramento .Electric''company.. >and authorization of $100,000,000() .*f bonds own:and till the ll.-.ctYa'tbetr.cbndre. that which, e,.. had 1IOt-4e'ed- '
, ? : The fadlotmeoti were ,based Gn'the was sentenced c(, to eighteen monlha' 1mprlaoDaaent made In" tlon-and 'wb j.!* >o become good be '
t'g../ porUntproperty; ;r in l. lnter t.jt*) : : 1873' of which. approximately *>,, citizens hould given every oppor tan-
JI1fJW '
.Issue ,01' $76,000.! ; ,, stock: 9;:'fewwbeksbefoiethi"W1ure 'at San Quemtln,, Ity to com* Into>> tb.e"e.: + '
,,' 'commerce'la-;tachange tor franQ : $11(00.000) If out taad1U. >' tA trynomairllwhat: ,} their race)*may,be-.It.! <
011. ..: ., : of, the,,bank. t ".,'U% > ........., (!. I it" "' :"' .i.\

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"i..te VIIJeY GIltttt. /IMPORTANCE Of Barber
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COMPTROLLER'S OffiCE Shop ., .
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PUBLISHED EVXRY FRIDAY Appropriation Paid out. on Comp; ., .. .' I ,

,Office In Valley'OazeUe Building.. troller's, Approval Amounts a NEW AND UP-TO-DATE: -, j jt "SPRING

nsmHIKK.OSCKOLA CDUfl Y.FLAI Million Dollars a Year. "
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HOD. A C. Croom, tile efficient I .
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State' Comptroller. la entitled to reelection
W. It. HARRIS,'Editor .*> . _. such consideration. He Is undoubtedly "
:=:- -:;-=-= "- to Hot and Cold Baths
the ablest financier' .that ban I

.' 8OB8CRIPTION.. .. . BATES.. ...... . .11'00 occupied the position of Comptroller : GOODS"Our
'i \ Oe.eoe O..wt+,..ow'r.ar.* nootb*.. .... .."o.... ... .. 50 ID many jeai-H and his familiaritywith Fine: Havana Cigars .
O.ss. p.tbgNmnW..u.-....... ,.,... 16 the duties of his office has never I It. .
been expelled, Mild his courage In the ' ,
AQ _........UoM. ex_t tram oatMUnu. ..U- performance of ilio' duties, of his office .
/ ......_._.... .mu t be......."th.writer.tUr has saved l<. the taxpayers.: olFlorida
will not b. ratunwd unlwEatmd I t. 'I .
e ihoutsndi* dollars, per annum .
wli.d t. '
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.t UM Fwtome*In X..IeJMe _......MiraU during-"I.U-' Incumbency_. J line almost qomplete
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.no.d- natter. POOL ROOM .
IN CONNECTION.
"- - A Happy Father I
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Is. HOOII turned loa .sad one If ha has 'with Ginghams (Calicoes
Friday, May 1, 1008.. to walk the. .floor. every night, with a ,
crying baby l AloGeo's Baby Elixir BUDDED TREES '
will make lf>.. child well-sootlio' ?its Lawns. Wtiite Goods Etc.
? UOD. Park M. Trammel!;" Lake nerves,mu uee lies Itby, normal slumber ,
land's hao aoll'e aspirant for the' ,. lira dlnordcred bowels'and j

omce of attorney-general/ of the state, sour nummeli -nil u-oililnd babies Islesworth' Nurseries.Clf 1. 11'C buyer the
; d .pentyesterday In Tampa. Senator I need I'. PleHiiHnt In tuk, sure and :early :,. gets
Trammel safe he has made an extended cafe., Contain no Ir:,rinful druiis. .' ,
__ tour of the state and has met. Trice 2.1',mid M cents |pre l otile. Sold! ASE & CO.. 'PTOFRIETOKS ,J. W. HOARD, AGENT tieSt selection.( '
with much encouragement' on all sides.. bv RotwroitN Pharmncv UeI.I.I aatisfled that he will be the .. We will have ready for next Fall and Winter panting u l general -
fortunate. candidate.' Mr. Trammel assortment of Orange and. Grapefruit Tret''Of all leadingvarie ,
y It Is a young man of ..pleaddabtll y .ALBERT W. GILCHRIST.. .ties.\Our trees are budded on good, healthy rough: Lemon and ( ,
and well fitted for the position to Sour Orange. roots guaranteed free from Insects peots of any kind. :
.. wh Ich,he a.plre.-Tampa Time. All budded from bearing; tree. In our'groves and therefore true to YO\ll'l'I1'm' HoncHt Vttltict'KA.TZ:
OR GOVERNOR name.' Our facilities for crowing nursery stock are second to I
o TheTime.-Uniontn.ats "that the none and our trees are as line as mosey and twenty year's ex per-
perdonatlty.nd not the sentiments of lence can produce.. We are making a specialty this season of the
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the candidate. for delegate" to Denver OF:FLORIDA famous California Valencia Late which Is destined to become the
will decide the choice of the g1eatestinoney-maker' In Florida' Our Valencia buds come direct I-
.ot. r.*' We beg permission to differ. from the opotbearlntr trees In the district. now famous for pro
l It would be enlightening If the T.-U. cJuclnlr the bout Valencia In California. -

Would. IM valuable..1'1',10 columns a conipiclous a list portionof of the I Write for Prices to J. W, HOARD. Gotha. Fla., or call'and see our Nur I IC.

candidate for delegate with a statement series at Waco on Florida Midland R. R. .
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attached to the name of each as I
to whom he favors for the presidential 1- .. >>- /
1+ nomination. and then compare the.
results of the ballot. We Incline to p 1,
'the opinion that those gentlemen- who '
C. A. CARSON JOHN M LBB. !''I. B. CAItSO'l.'
) were posted would as being lead for the Aryan more popu unequivocally i FrMld..\. Vlce-f re.ld.t. <:....1.... """' ''''''' ''''''' ''''''' '''''''''''''' $

lar and better known candidates. ifS !? 1 1I
s there be euoh. Why not try It?.- State Bank of Kissimmee.Kissimmcc i A. CARSON Proelde.L' N. C. BRYAN.S.cretarr. 'S j .:

: Tampa Dally Time. 'r.s: E
Fla. 10
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continue to" admire General
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St Ollchrlst for the noble and praiseworthy PAlbtJP&APITAL...... .... ... .., a BO OOO OO; Waters & Carson rocery'Co. i t
in which he subscribes i
way
to the sacred newspaper 'canon' that I 4TOCKHOLDBRSLIABILITY.... ........ BO OOO OO : .

advertising pay., and Illustrates his DEPOSITORS SECURITY ... 100 000 00 w'aol..al..ad P.t.ll D..l.rel !
faith by hi. works. .No matter what -- i !
_. ,Florida paper you pick up, the Generals Prompt and Careful Attention given to a'::' natters entrusted G-R IES
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t' smiling visage greets yoft- accompanied -. to us. Exah8111t&8 good at all.. point at cheapest 0CB
< by a statement. of the interesting rstes. i nr
fact that he is a candidate for I "OVA BUSINESS SOLICITED. .
Governor with a. su) .tat.emen" of his
Views on certain leading Issues. Gen .. .. '_ ;" l! i COUNTY AOBNTS FOR jli

eral Gllchrlst way not "get there". No faction! machine or ring Drought I ,
and we don't think he will, for this I.Ir Is IV'm out He came out aa a candidate . A Y CRATES
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celebrated Fertilizers i"
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John Stockton's time, but whether he - -< --- -- I R
will be
alone and single handed. He
does or not, we shall admire him for
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the .mootbt genteel campaign be has glad to receive the support of the corporations G itA IN. ETC. ., ..
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made. If }'lorldllowere..n independent of the anti-corporations Circular: and Price. :4+
Sc llPrnMA - :
republlo: we should advise President 7 F.r. ..... .. Application.
the,prohibitionists and the antl-pro- f ; Yl' \.
Stockton in making up his Cabinet! ,
to appoint Albert Gllohrlst his secretarv hlbitlonlsta .of the local optiontsts,

of State for then we would be the Christians and the Jews and of,the -

sure to have no "entangling alliance"with gentiles, the "Publicans sinners.*' :tIDES FUR ,. 'WOOL.. _; :t ti
foreign nations.!!-Pensaoqla I
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He would even 'aooept the support of
+. Journal. s .
the PbarU_. .
Where You 'diet Correctly Country Prod-vice a, epecle.lty.
The corporations can do without the Prescriptions i
A.Campaign Liar,
people; and the people can do withoutthe 'Filled'iat Reasonable Prices. ,
He ..Iw.... .. election """'
t comes an or"primary" corporatlo ai. Neither should be f' ; .
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He __ __ Z ,+
approaches. I. not respecter allowed to oppress. the. other. Capital j _
of persona, be I. frequentlywell .
F nigh ,omnipresent.. No one's la organized, labor' should organize. It ma.ke6'no' difference 'whOse blank your! Poctor writes 49his'Prescription 6.AcAulkdd.lkd Ardlkl4.Bt .,Atk.ta c tdk tee}

reputation. is safe In bit hands, he Tho license tax lawllloenslog each on, we ca.n'fill: them correctly. "/ ;
spares not yourself nor family tittle enterprise shouts be amended In a
your I 69 JUST RECEIVED FULL LINE OFWhite
In his malicious effort to gain his order that taxation should. bear more We are Agents for ELBA HOME REMEDIES which

point He attacks sometimes. openly -eyenly. are guaranteed.. r lt
i but'usually under: cover, like the I S
'n I Article XIX of Constitution provides
i .Indian he aeeks to cover hi. tracks, for Local. Option The qualified - -- i r

.. "but get there just the same". Ills electors (not the Governor) approve IFULL.LIN TOILET: ARTICLES. ; RoseGoods. [
..' lice circulated -insinuation, by veto constitutional. amendments. ; ,
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hriiftof the shoulder by mod or shake Bf Is not 'on the "recently. constructed -
ot,the head, by atatlug half truths, as band wagon.',?" '
; .' well as whole falsehoods. No He commenced life working .In .

f I ,f(Jio' motives are goodtie impugns them Quinov, Florida, at a salary) of 116 .
) all., There la nothing good In adv per month, and boarded himself. He I]
., .., one says '"me and my wife my.'son has himself been, a hard working Favorite FertilizersFOR
John and his ambition. .
wife" His struggling man and be know what it ,
must be gratifedslt matters not over means In others. He has never married
whose carcass he must walk to gratify he has always had obligations.
it them. Ue sows discord and Din, His life has been spent more In CITRUS AND ALL OTHER .CROPS.FERTILIZER Canned Fruits. Jellies Jams Marmalades. Vegetables, }",

,, tension, be' destroys reputation, thoughtful consideration of other Fish Etc. .
i.f alienates friends? divides f ami.)lei, people than of himself. He feels sure .-0-- '
h assassinates character, His.motto is be will be elected "if he \gets enough
"get there" be 'the. means fair or foul votes." He does not propose to tradeoff =
w' Mget, there/' a stogie office. There Is honor In MATERIALS 1 R. Floyd 8cCo.J..f
d. He is. a dangerous ebaracterthe being Governor. It U is tainted with
"Campaign LI....". ,Avoid him din dishonor he does not want' the office. ... i iJ'ts'YrtP'Y"g
it WI believe him, his INSECTICIDES
I nullify slanders encourage P'R'tl Nf'lli Yr't1F"9r"Iir IF'itF4r'v'-
truthfulness, charity, kind
ness. Not all.candidates ere liar.,' -FOR (iSALE BY- *
thieves,. murderers, the "campaign .
llat". to the contrary notwithstanding. Bcnedicta"A
J. M. LEE - KISSIMMEE
The :
y c.mpalan-far should have<< no
adding place among' us.. But he can .
I/- thrive only" upon the credulity'of. the I "A WOMAN'S MEDICINE" AGENT FOR NEW SPRING
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people. "Avoid him, pass not, by

;; him turn from him and pass away: Sanders Fertilizer Company Jacksonville Fla. . .

f Broward-s .pi n e..1, -
Loyalty ,to' Will Bryan. ::=, ,
r'r' YOU SUFrEK the 111. of womanhood -

'' The p o.acOl: Daily Journal DO. as so many women do toff.r Do you .**..a ....+1Od.w44ss8NltB'e4i' +rima44. ..e44 -
formerly an ardent supporter of wuJ waat to sat well without the n. BMltr '
.., Bryan ,.for United States ,; of palnfal zamlaatlons and embarrassing r GOODS
5i S among other reasons, gives the tub ooniDltatlons T Do you want to take a R.O.ME.EK je j
} : lowing, why that paper will now support remedy right Into roar horn and cur.yourrelf '
,
;S Governor Broward: i
., ."There Is another reason why we FBENEDICTA :::::.:

shall support the Governor. He was. Real /Estate, Fire. LIfeand :.Accident In- :: .,
S' S Will Bryan's 'friend. He was more }. a "Woman' Meaicln." A prMcrlpUon NOW ,
OPEN
t.b.obat.he | surance. :: ( .
was one of the Best of a physician who made the study of r.* ,
friends that Will BrJ'an ever had ;,jml PU his specialty. It was used .
wben Govenior Broward Armour's Fertilizers. International lIar-
learned that sucocsifolly by him In hU prastlos. It has : :: J

a' Will Slates Bryan Senate wanted last year to run he for Immedl..te.1J United bMHi, seed soooMsfallr'by thousand of : vester Company's .Engines and;Pumps. Rebuilt :: .
women during the uIsca' :Tm>-
many years

4 ... 'candidacy dismissed for the this question position of. hU, own and u.bl.gn..tre dMbtant.when physicians bar they also 4..lneS found to It a a Val Old I !)J.) ."JJterslllDoke..sl.. good as new, $25 to,$50. i H. C. STANFORD, C:9.:: ::;

'urged nbe bo'to run.
'.. .'When Senator Mallory died an 4"iKISSIMMEE. ,
he made"the .boy a United States I operation.BCNEDICTA 1'--- FLORIDA.. t

power.Senator. ."bl'Oueh.hi.. appointing.. 14 a T.Ubl. rmdIt Is mad from ..........+I*+*+lR.:.,.+a..+++...l.+.... .+..... .I.... .....+...i (BARGAINS ;1
-, ."When the young Senator lay at roots, hrbs and barks known to posMM. AT CASH STORE

r tie point of death. in''I Washington the prop.rtlM which bar a wonderful curatlT --- /kY,.,.- ,BCilkJ.r .- Ac Ai M al.i M.fh*- o/ac.fkA. jto
and tonic affect the f.mal* and
wires brought upon organs --
'S S the chief executive messages telling each: day him ot to' n.rroo. .J'.t.... Without m.ntloolng the r I II\ Calico 60 per yd. .
forms of female troubles that women Ito Picture Moulding Pictures and. .Plotu2'e Frame.,
T each change In the ,Senator's con many j; i w. OJDPSO
.diLlon.t' offer,w.say tbat there 1.no trouble of this : l.lieUawD' 40 In. vvldo.I 16 ''!peryd. to 35o. '
kind that ... will not Immediately re-
"When news was received by the .dlots Fr.m..1 I Lace, 61 in. wide worth 20c, ( .i
Kinds sell
,Governor of tbe death of the Senator 11...,and finally cure. I I'I All of 16c.j Spool Thread 40. ,)I'

't} : be bad just. reached Gainesville, but' BENEDICTA 1 I FUNERAL DIRECTOR J made to Order I Ladle.'..Union. Suits at 11.00. '
be Immediately took a train for Jack 'I I j Casslmeie Pants, wonli' *.2,50.ell .
.
r *tsonvlllecauaht the first train south Is prepared carefully and M'eDII1It-aU7.: and t LICENSED. EMBALMER, ItI at 1.7..*> l ,Good. Door( :.Lock with two kejrs.6Nice .- ..
Y a s>o I smd father to try and console them, of ginngto'saffvrlng w .D.remedy that I I I Prompt attention'Given to | Pin Snip' !Pants worth T.50. hell at Suits lathes worth $14, mt
1 .ri ,bear wlib them the terrible blow. will not only be beneflda-I,but also harmless II. H.OOi -' . ,
''To our mind this of t.b' sublimes In effects, matter what be eon. I orders l sent ty mail. or 1 One-ffallon Coffee..Pots gojt. ,.' l!<<'i
was one -' no ma/ ',the ,Also Nice i Line of Ladies 'and I i Jeans f'anu;; worth .l,7ii. tel) .at
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t acts of Napoleon 41t106 It. telegraph.*
4 Broward's of the woman taking ,11.26. . New Dre. Goods from 10 to 25e,
';r ., life. ,What' would Will Bryan have It Is sold at f 1.00 per bottle by- 9 v Burial Robes. : .= .. < .. .
'. Cents' : i' .
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said ,could be have 'witnessed this
/. evidence of tbe thoughtfulness' ,. thedevotion "Rober .fbarmacy :: Residence West Side of t I :You will find 'She.t
on'S. ; : v.- 'v"r Bargains 'in
78'1uAcolio =
.'. and the'love of the man he PHONE : : .Court House.Square.: III0 : ;
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>.:'had..Da'I'.gate,"niake'Governor'. of his t 'K1SSIMMCC..'FL'.. _-. ... IpAs. ...itlijAi.Au- .A...."' '''-'-... ,..... .....'...... Mail '. 'Every' Day in the. Week.. ,

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f z Supplement-Tito Kisslmmee Valley Gazette, May. 1, 1908. _

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State HortiotlhiraJ SadCty.d I :For Boat,of Public lwtr.ctk>nv per county OommtooloB.r.Bavin .

tl1 ........ annonnoo myoalf. .. a candidate forCounlgrBuporintondMtorrabutlaalrooUoa. *bow solicited by my friends to tinm

I The next annual nteetlnff of the .ANNOUNCEMENTS. 1 i If a candidate for Coiraty Commh: \+bmar from DU-

1 '. Florida State Horticultural Society I : Uctadlwilldvroteallofmytunoto tile duties task No. *. and boltovlaa that I am ,a aUad to

t:.. will be held lo Gainesville commencing of the omoa.. a E. TOW ELLFor all the omaa, I bay decided to eater the raaa. andwoold
fr .
on the evening) of May 12tb and svwvY. solicit UM support a< the voter, of my 4...
'ii:r" Mioori3taidoBt of Paella l.troctl..
continuing through the JSth, 14tb and For Sb.riff. .. trlot. G. W. BATTON.For .
..the Vote of Ooooola Coaatjrt; .
'f,:' 15th. I hereby museum" myself M a .candidate for I hereby announce .,self for>a-.li. toa to UM Coaioty CommloolonrT .
t. The Horticultural Society will celebrate thofflaf Sheriff of Demote ooontar. subject to cam of County Boporintondoat of PmblU, la. *UM Hamo.raU Voter.,Oarat County
Its. 21st blrthdav" at Oaloes- I barbnouns.*myoalf. for nnanlniUno ..
the tile ramnentl.PrimarkM.
! notion of UM denHnntl prlmarnov atnMtwaanbJoettottMaoUoaof II -
:'II. Till and It Is to be hoped the membership C. BUCKJEL8..' Soliciting Yang_---. I am.BoaportfaUjr. County Commlamlonor. for District Number 4 and
on that date will exceed any.thinheretofore. > I .hall appreciate the support of the people of nnr
,t' The Gainesville .. district and desire to thank for tbotrpoat
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For Sk.rlff. W. J.BBARA.! I rapport, and It olaatod.7.111 dlacbonwrbodutia
people have promised the members a of _
I candidate for the my dame to tile boat of the
hereby myself
\ rood time and the tneettoir promises annonno a rr supervisor of .....t..U... people of Oaeaola r _tp. J. H. W A LL ER.:
office of Bnarlir.. subject" to the autlaa' of the
i 11 to be one of unusual Interest. I hereby.nnoM myaalf a......1dMo for UMofflo. I
The Society Is sustained by ao annual Democrat. Primarr.OKO. .of Bnoorrbwr of BaaWUatloai forO.mola For Cooiaty Com mlooloaor.t .

membership fee of 11.()() and : V OVKR8TKEET.', : : C-ab'"bJoet..the action ., tile Pomoeratl boroby enno.wce myoalf a candidate for tbocmo

l.. eacb member U entitled to a cop of For Sh.rlff. Primary to ...bald May the l th. ,... and lest **f County Cnminlartoaar' for Dk+htat Jr. 4

, the proceedings of the meeting. These 1earidldaqf.the..018IMriftolo.o.a.re.atF. respectfully solicit tile support all my, friendsthroughout Oaoool- '. and solicit the rapport of the wetown
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In dlatriet at UM daanoratl to
valuable interested my primary
to : the
reports are anyone tile ll.sno.Gratin oonnty.;
i In the development of Florida. M elected. ambient I to the best- / C. w. oiurrm. he bold May 1Mb. and promise. If elected to die

4 Whether are able to attend or Primary. .promise shunthe...U01 the duoto\ UM bt of mr
Iou earei.e .of which Ian oepabU. For Saaorvlaor of .al.tratlo"
". not ..be' membership fee Is well ability. JOHN B: BAI8DEM.
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' r' ? a F. PUV: An'. To tile OamoBratl. Voters of OMaola <(< Duty;
y invested, You Lot only have the information -
the report will give, but It r I hereby aaaoono myself for nomination to For boaa-tr Commlaolooor.

1 I. will give help to the Society to meet For state SeaatertTo the Cater of Super.f.o. of Boirirtratkm forOaaoola 1 hereby aanrano mvaalf nndhlat* forCounty

i""' Its necessary expenses Last year It Democratic Voter of ,tile 19tk Sena County. I thank my,frtood* forpart favor and Commnoionor from Dtotrkjt !!I.. a adrespectfully ,
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\. was necessary for some of the members aoUett thob hearty. rapport In UM approaablnc aolldt UM rapport of the, voter* of

to make a voluntary contribution I bereblsanous e. mrealf a candidate for May. Primary. Very. --ttaUr. mid dlatrlot.\ W. H MANN

;. to enable the Society to pay all Its State Senator from this district subject to tile J. A. LAHCASTKR..

ti'' expense It Is hoped this, year'there DaornnUaprirnarU.to beheld. on UM ll th of For.....n-Iaor oflomaoandldatoforUMOfflo R8&.t...'.... For Coain-ty Commlaoloa.r.T .
will be sufficient funds on b.nd0 May. 1808. If elected. I win endeavor to faithfully of Supervisor ofB.gistratim the DrmooraU Votm of Ooeoola l foantyi .'
I hereby myself candidate for
announe a
meet all obligations.- serve_ I shall appreciate' any old thai for Oooaom county and aolidt the ,
County UommUaaniior la District No..&subject to
It you are Interested In the building the Tatar*of this JUtrlct will give me. support of UM voter la th* approaching Brio
th* motional tile Democratic Primary la .
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up of Florida send $1.00 membership D. BKACBAM. mary. A. 1. BOOTH.For .
fee to the Florida State Horticultural 1 O. M. HUBBA.HI

Society and you will never regret For state itoantor.T dork of the
doing so. UM Democrat Totomot orange and Owooh To the Democratic Voter of Oaooola Covntri To the Democratic Voter*. Oaoaola 'ouatJ'r

J,. Address E. O. Painter, Secretary Counties Being a eandldaU for UM colon of Clark of the At the solicitation of my many frlonda I have

Jacksonville' Flat, I bar.brannoaaer that I will be a candidate eJUM Oreult t oust at the Democratic Primary to beheld avoided to b*o rand..Mate. for the County ('--.'

coming Democratic PrlmM'I"IDaUan In ....... I will greatly appreciate tho rapport donor for District Number:I. and I shall appreciate ., f

u State Senator for UM Wth Senatorial l District of UM people of Oaeoota County.. ,Harlotfor tb rapport of UM poM-lo of, ton dlatriet at .
Bum tire pan occupied the position of Deputy the coming Democratic May' Primary.'
i' of, Florida tmniirmi) of Drum and Oaoeob .
_au.*. LOUIS C. AX8EY.: Clark. I foal that I am fully oonpofcaot todl.slar'gs ... E. L LIt4LEY..
the duties of the offlo. to the satisfaction '
.' of the pubUo. ABTHUU B. DONEQAN. For County Commloaloaer. F
For.state Attorrov. ...-. I bar*b/announce myself a*> a candidate for

I booby announce mir candidacy for nomineUon For Representative. Count Commmlaatoner for District No. Two (Z)

to a second torn ., the office\ of State Attorney To tile Democratic Voter*of Oaooola i ouatyi .subject.th action of th OemoeraU Primary

la and for the Seventh Judicial circuit ofFlorid. I hereby announce myself. a candidate forlUprmntetlro. to b*held to ..".1 M. ,,-

t'. subject to UM decision of the Democraticprimaries subject to the potion of the Damn.eratl .' K. L. P. OVER3TBECT.: .

to. be hold OB Mar :.. NOt If again primary to he..bald on Msy19th.11101: andrpetfnllyaaktb Ii
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trusted. with tile admlmotratfcn. of this moat 1m.portent support of .ttM.oter* of. th* For County _..

l'fL owes\ by the people. I will a*I have&.. oaunty. C'8. AGREE. 1 To the Democratic Voter of Oaoaola County 1
Having derided eo..taad for iwaomlnatkio" a.
trim to do. perform duty Impartially
war my
For a..t.u ,)
County .
Commmmaaar for District
and t..........for the bait. interest of the state T.UM Democratic Voters cf Oaoaola Countyi NnmbnI
desire to thank my friend for paat support and
r JOHN C. iONES. I hereby announce myself a1 candidate for Itep respectfully aolleit the vote of tile people of my,
th. action oft the Damo.
-. _tati_subject to
For Tax Collector. Gratin Primary M be bU on May ',''. 1905 A. district at tile coming- May Primary.': '.
t bairmanof the Board. of County: OanmiaMoooraof . J. a 8TRATTON.
I I her b/ announce myself candidate for OaoaoU Uounty for many....... I fool that I am
the offio of lax Collector fur Oaoeol Oonotj wall acquainted with the ..-.of our poopl.. and ForCooaityCommUvloaor.AtUxaollctutlonof .
If .laoted I shall amrnaatly donate myself to protoeUa i.
subject to the action of the Democratic Primary *; and advancing m.. to the b..tability. my friend. I hereby an.
Lobe boW Mar 1Mb,ItC foUcMuf root of my wAl.t GABS SB moaner myself a oandleate' for County Commto ," :

J. H. REDDITT. support. t am .- sinner from District No. R.ipectfall7, For County Troaaaror. (I'' faithful..........*of UM duthwof the offlM. ,
candidate for. tbooffio. .
I boroby announce myself a
ELMER R
JEWELER AND KT.,8U"1'LER., .of County Treasurer of Oaoaobfoooaty. subject BAS3. .

1 . 10 the aetIoia of the DamocratW Primary to For Member School Board.: .> :;

: WATCH REPAIRER. For Tag Collector.To . behold the 19th day of May.IMS.. and raapoeU TIlbl"o'OIMoolaeo.a'fI' !

fl ( tile DoinoeraU Voter of Oceania Countyl; fully oak the support of all my. friends throughout I hereby anoonnoa myself a candidate for til. .;'I"
g Call and Line Watches
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see mr o candidate for toaomlnatloau .
myself
I announce a .
; ,> n\. I I. '. the county! 'JOHN'* BEAMAM.ForTroasaror. offlo. of School Commlawtoa. for Dial lot No. t
Collector of Oaoetla County subject to tlMaetloa
Tax ,
..subject to the Primary to be bell 11(..ymb. \ '\
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of UM Democratic primary. lI..to to "
.SOB. 1 pledge mrwlf to dlseh.rso my duty to .
4 41'" Any article of Jewelry Promptly Ordered -. thank tile voter for their past aup-,. and will At UM solicitation of many frig dd t have docldd the.beat of my ability It electedCUAS.
"' very much appreciate their vote la UM I'atmu70I1IaF to- the race 'for the offlot of CoujntyTrromror.
H. L. ,
QDANDLRR.Per
li.t. upon. Bequest. Mth. 1VetT roapeetf uUy. My messes t.roaring. la that I need '.

'r u ,CHAR. I*. BANDY.' the dace.and believe.__.Ali It to the aatl.fao- Member of School Board.
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n BICYCLE SUNDRIES. '
lion 01 all concerned. J. W.COLIJER. t hereby announce myself a.ndldat.lor "nunbrr -.

f if.A For Canty ...4.... of the P.bool Board. District No.
For Traaoaror.To .
: At the reaaaat of friends hv decided to cab->> elected I promise a faithful discharge f the ,"
UM Democratic Voter of Oaoaola ConatyiI ; .
wit 8IF name to.* .-lei..... .t to. Democratic duties of the offlo. 8OLOMAN RAULXR3ON. .1 1
win bo candidate for County Treasurer
a
Y f Osceola CountyIA. Primary on May Utb. 1W8. tOIl thoGll\oe..C..tp\ UM May Primary and bellowing. ;that I oanaAVI.antly --: For Member the Bebool BoardI ':: :
Jodce.and ...It In Jour opinion\ I am wortSy ofthe .
perform' the duties of .the offie\! *. I ..._t- : hereby announce .........a candidate for ro. '1
position to _t.9'014 aooordlncly. If
fully solicit your supportB.. C.. HIIXER. election to the offlo.\ of member of the. Board of
oleo.... I arrest. te try rot to disappoint\ "*'.
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Public Instruction IB and for District No. f .... i
1 ;)" Abstract CompanyS. L. A. MINXFor For Tax Aaooaaor.Tbanklna }set to the action of the Democratic Primary to p'

: my. friends for their past rapport. I be bald May It. IMS.If .
County J.d.... ,
.hereby announce myself a candidate for ranomInatio ......... I prorola.. la the future aj In the part .'
I horoby..._""" myself.. a candidate for ro- of Tax of consoleCounty.
to the onto
Aaaaaaor to faithfully perform the dutlea' of tho offlo' r
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S. H. BULLOCK.I! M AAAOBR.
Domination to the offlo.\ of County Judge.... ExoffictoJudc . subject to the action of the P.mooimtt
Thanking friends for their poll aupport and .
of tile County Court at the Dome- Primary to be bald May the 19th HKM. It elected hoping again to reasi.the. aame 1 am t..

: Real estateTitle Grade\ Primary to b.bold on the .ttJa day of May I will dUehanr the duties of the oIIIoe. a*lath* .._'au,. 4 it'fo
examined and reported A. D. 1908. and ba.doing o> earnestly quest UM 1
past to the best of my ability., E. E. BROW 1f
,+ Taxes paid for non-resident support of all of my fallow eltIaa.... and I ou J. U OVERSTRECT.: : .::

Instruments relating. to real estate. assure thorn that If I receive tho nomination.... 71- : For Member School Board. '

I carefully drawnCorrespondence motion I will. the atom., .. In the pact devote For County Commlaalo..r. At the solicitation of my fri.nde. I hereby' a-.;. ; .

'f ail ot myUnMandonorrytoUMboBt. Interests Thofrland of H. J. HANCOCK take pleasure noun myself a candidate to succeed myself a*a "Y\

Solicited. the oouaty In aooordano with law. In presenting his name to the voter of District Member of UM School Board for DkHrlct No. 1. 1

w. R. JOHNSTON.For No. 4 aa a candidate for 1 ounty rommbwlonor abject to the action of the Democratic Primary w

f 4 battavtn that If b*should .*the nomination to b* held May 18 1m!.' If .Meted I pled. a \1/};j/

FrooocaitlBC Attomay.I be would make. oonaorratlr and conscientious faithful discharge of my duty. W. C BASS t

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hereby annoana myself a candidate for the aomrolmlonor.Fpr '
BoardT"I ,,1
For Member of the School '
G. F. KRIBBS offle. of Prosecuting Attorney of the County : 1
'if. Coaaty Oommlaoloaor.I announce myaelf a* a candidate for lumber ,_
Court of Oaooola Count?. subject u.action o.
hereby aonoana myself a oamlkUto for r*> of the Board of Public Instruction from School \
if ATTOR N Y-AT-LAW.; the Democratic primary to b* bald la May. and election a* county -m....... from District District No. 3, and If elected. I will faithfully....
respectfully solicit the support of .Voters,of '
L. NoH and respectfully solicit the rapport of the chare UM dntlM of the offlo. *. ,..
Office in the Court House-Kia- UM County. I. MOON. ,
) voter*of that dlatriet. P. Pi; CROMARTIE. .'
'tJ Florida. W. B. GOD WIN. .
r: simmee For FrooooMtlac Attornoy. For Member of the Bobool Board. r

With.whom .will be associated Lh.ti' I hereby announce myself o> a oandldat for the For Count,Comes aoloa.rA To the Democrat Voter of Ooseola County I II (

law liMO or offlo. .f ProoMutlac Attorney for Oooaola County t tb*aUaltetioa of many rlanda. I .....bF- hereby announce myself a oandkUto for School"
trial. of causes the
rahiMttoUMdoeiiiono'th.; Democratic voter bounce my candidacy\ lor County Comml_ r Commimlos.r In District N.*. subject; to the aox, "

\! Massey & arlow. of at tile oomlac primary election la this oonnty.O from District No.t, and idiot. the rapport ot the lion of the Democratic Primary May.J. .

: Orlando ,'I... KRIBBS. Voter of the dlatrlot J. T. KKAVES. ... B. TUMIIrdN.;.

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Hie KissiinmCGVaiIOU I Gazette Wade'', the Tune'-.' Orlando.Cut County Commmsloners. meet "nextMonday. fi-or 0 dosss of "MM"( will! cur.' TSunday Scbool Picnic.'l j I Notice.
I case of Chills. and Fever, Cold or ap7'1"I
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woolen good at Stanford ;
I prices on he committees -appointed btb' 'fe
Co. Tornado Insurance, 25o" per $$100.00:.. grippe i ,
TELEPHONE NO. 11. I Ii Willson. Send' ]! your collars, 'cult*"*and shirtsto I different for churches the Annual to perfect Sunday arrangements School We have sold the ''Kicsimrne.e-. :
ladles i The Fav at. Stanford Stocking Co.; for children and The School Board will meet. next Home the Store White will Star send Laundry.for 'pack.ages The. I picnic met and elected G. F. Parker Drug Cola business to A. B.-Jarre 11; 4 nand
'FRIDAY Tuesday. your Chm. and C. K- Yowell Sea Afterdiscussing
EVERY
PUBLISHED The Horae'Stoie; will send and getyour In'. if.vou_ will nojiljy! ' them, ,47-tf I the matter it. was decided W% W+. "Jackson,: You wilt:: ,
3; E. of Gotha is -
Capt. Moseley
-BY-- packages for the White Star town : Mr. and Mrs.' M, A.,Lancaster and I to. hold the picnic at Maple Grave' Instead please pay the account you'are iIue :
today
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W. B. HF'AI&_ -' .iitundrv.-, 47-tf daughter, of llawltlnsvllle. .Ga.. are of the. court house yard us' to them and' greatly oblige '
= =-== -=:::" -='::" -- Leonard Williams, of Loughman, here on a visit to the family of Mr, J, I. The following,,comlttees' were, appointed ti
'I lion. D. U. Fletcher, candidate for Is In town today A. Lancaster. : 'We''' thank you for your' patron t
OFFICIALWEATHER REPORT.Avarac United States Senator will speak at On Finance-Prof.- 'Meek Ohm., '
;)t Umparatura for ..Mk ndlnr. TJiura- he Court. Monday after Mr. H. H. Petteway: Is here. attending Boo. D. U. Fletcher.. .candidate for ,C. Yowell," G. F.'arkel'l, N.' C. &i'e'durln&' our ownership .
a,. April D01M6.i noon at 3:30. Lades are especially. Invited court this week. United States'Senator, will speak at. Bryan licit continuance o!. sa.rn. &nitro| >
to. attend. the Court House next Monday after On Grounds-J. McPhalter, Chm. ,
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5 doses of 000" will cure new firm. ,
or any ,
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fviLywwav noon at :3:30.Ladles: are. specially Invited A. L. Davidson..J. II.' Gilbert Jr., 1
Max. Mix: The Promenade Concert given by case of Chills and Fever, Cold or La- to attend M. M. '
J. M. Hansell, H. M. Pfann A. > ,., HICKS..
-- he ladles of the Episcopal church last grippe. x
The Ludden-Campbell-Sro'ith: Company Moseley, Offie Bandy, C. L. Alvy, "
\ .. "1. 'asBet1ardQ Friday evening and added was a most a gratifyingsuccess neat. sum May 8th U the last day" for paying "hare appointed, Mr. J, W. Pren- ,C.' H. Fountain. J: _
... ... :: !WI 128uDdaso quite On Entert.e.lomel1t-.T. Overstreet.. .
church. poll taxes In order to qualify to votein tls as their,' local agent, and their contln'u&Jce'
. to the funds of that. T.be We solicit of
, W 1.90 Cbm.. W. B. Tuner J. W, Miller, a } your'patronage
Moodar. ., Kissimmee Orehestrajwas at. Its best tlje primary. goods can now be obtained through
. .. toO. et him. He Is aut.borlzed I to recelwoollections Z. W: Bass, J L. Beaman to the Kissimmee
Tuday ,OIl and discoursed sweet. music throughout The first peach of the aeasonwas Chm. Drug
Wed..sa. ,....' .. ripe forlbem and will be pleasedto On Refreshments M. Lee ,
TbulWClaJo. . .11II '611 .17 the evening. brought to this. office this mornIng show purchasers, the stock he has H. N. Bratton. J. M.WHIson Jr., Co.. and assure you that we' will endeavor
Star by Joe Mimits. received. Call and C: K. Yowell C.'W .'Campbell, H. C. '
Leave packages for the White recently sea: him to supply your warits in'ur
.. Laundry with The Home Store. 47tf Your poll tax must. be paid by may at the,Home Store. Stanford; C. F. Prevatt. ,
The following committee of ladle. line :.at nines. to suit \
8th, or-you will not be permitted to, yoi.The'
"""'" Mr., Ralph Canova: and children vote in the primary. The rgelstratlon books I twill close was appointed ,to look after the Best goods 'at the)!lowest prices;
< arrived Friday morning from Klsslm- next Monday May 4th, and ,all who .arrangement. of the tables for djnner ,
i FIELD. < tnee to be present at the marriage of Mr. J. A. Cranford. vice presidentof have not. registered bv that date, will Mrs. H. M..Pf..DII. Cbm..
H THE LOCAL j inr sister, Miss Edith Bend rick., on the. Kissimmee Lumber> Co., is here be barred from participating. In the Gilbert Jr., Mrs. McPhatter, Mrs. beourtnoto., '\Werequest the 'set.., r
Monday. ,Mrs. Canova Is a Green from Jacksonville primary. Supervisor Lancaster reports \ N. B. Carson Mrs. Preotls.' Mrs. _
< Cove girl and her many friends : are I 131 names already added to the F. C Bryan, Mrs. H. C. Stanford, tlement of all''past'' due .accounts'
:K glad to welcome her home again. "Sueslne silks" so extensively advertised list In this precinct and the Indications Mrs. M.. A. 1'0MeI'J ,,Mrs. A. L. before April 10th order that wV
-Clay County ,Times.v In all the leading periodicals : are that. the registration has Davidson, Mrs A.M. Moseley, Mrs.J. ; in ,, '
Boy suits at Cash Ttore. on sale at. Kate's.If .: T been unusually betvy,throughoutthecounty . W, Miller Mrs. hi. C. Bandy. may close up the old business.by
.. For. Bicycles; Shanlbarger. Or These committees) are requested to .
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I,.1o. Home Builders Contr :.-\Vklllson.Dwellings lando. -6U, you need anything In Winter rail In any help that Is necessary. that, date .AB.; JARKELL y"
Goods you' save from 25 to 50#percent J., 'F. O'Berry. the enterprising and
JACKSON
The ) W. 'W
M. general pomtnlue urges everyone
for rent,' apply.. tq Mr. C, W. Ward received a telegram . at Stanford Co.. progressive' stock man'' and farmer, whether connected "with, tiny Bunday ;

Tiller. from Washington on het- FOR SALE-:Good farm horse and recently. purchased from W. L. Van School or nob, and make the day ,J r!,?r6etori.Fancy' .
Ingersoll Midget watches 12.00 at day announcing the death In wagon at a bar Dutor, the. largest number of v:pure one of' Plea.ure.nel good feeling. J '
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Wednesday morning of Col. F. W. bred Berkshire hogs ever sold toj -
" Remember the. date Friday May
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K. a.' .-. "i ,, \\.f tile United It r4 ':: ) Huldekoper president of j getber in sows 6th, 1V08. 0. Vowsti ,Sea,
Minoru eggs'' \' 11.00 for 13. Land Company. Col Huldeko r S. L. Lupfer inaaager for the Kin,, this pen are the blue ribbon sows of
Black *'., .". T-3t had never.visited this portion of Flor, simmee Lumber Co.,. went. up to Sanford the. South. Florida IT. and the boarIs r ..
Box 113. ida. He was' at. one time prominent. this morning on business for the a pig from the firs prize sow of the Hon D. U. Fletcher 'candidate for

Mr. O. A. Beach, of'Gsheaytlle. is In the railroad world; and ft mini of I company. '. St. Louts Exposition, and sold for United States Senator. ,'will speak at ''D oTnNDol.
:;IIbere attending court 5 s snlendld .personal attnlnments.For Regular meeting of town 'council eight hundred dollars, .ndeb.n Imported the Court House next Monday afternoon .
boar. Mr. O'Berry has a at 3:30.: Ladles are specially. Invited
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when Mr. W. B. ,
5 or 6 doses of "066" will cure, any Safe.-Marine gasoline 8Djtlne1'; next Monday night I number of very fine pigs for laleA' : to attend.. ".
Clay will submit his) plans and estimates -
Cold La- Good condition. .
ease of Cbljls) and Fever, or 3 to 3i h. p. "- -
for a water works system. very quiet wedding occurred' at; ,
sell at. a bargain.! L":: E. BARBEAU. ,
grippe. .
the. home of Mr. and Mra. W. L. Hen- I r.
Jack.onvlll. Oliver returned. Wed. Hon..W. ''B.' :i..mar. who 'was to. drlcks' on Monday afternoon, when "
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Mr. W. M Williams, of Col. J. giid. arc: .
., is here in attendance on the circuit nesdat from the eastern:: and southern have spoken here last. Saturday. was their. second daughter ,Miss Edith The Perfect Way Family.
court. portions of the county,' where he had detained-on account of illness, and was married to Mr. Albeit Wilson'of 'Ceries.
been engaged la extensive surveying will be here and speak:. tomorrow' in Providence, R. I. The ceremony :was

I. Mrs ;,1. G. Gottwallls and daughters operations the. Lanier and Whittier I stead. ,* performed by Dr. J. K. Wight, of the 'N'N'
here on a f..rmeraln that Presbyterian church,;"and witnessed y t
of Plant City, are sections. Be says the Hon. D. U. Fletcher candidate for was 'Florl4a'
of Cimea HaveUwrned
visit with relatives.The of the county. have planted a by only a few relatives of the Score ,
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large part acreage In corn this year, United States House Senator, will speak after atthe family Mr. and Mr*. Wilson. left on .t' It Fresh Fruits; .NuU rangy 1 :
next Monday
Court !:
season seems to have set which is looking fine and tb@ prospects the evening train for their new home ,
In thus early and are now having: noon At 3:30.Ladlea are specially If suffer from'backacbe, 'ColyfaCtionerles.o'
we are bright for a large yield.; !. In Providence but will-It la expected you ', ,
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refreshing showers every day invljed to.attene return to Florida. in the early autumn There Is only one way to cure It. .
ball storms. have been reported St. John's Guild will meet at the ..
Heavy for the ,entire season.-Clay kid. "
the
' town at. sections The perfect :way.,Is.to cure "
Stove wood delivered in recently from different I home of Mrst..W. L. Van Duzor Tuesday County Times "
SI.00 per strand.. of the county. Mr. Murnlce Tlndall' afternoon, May 6th. at o'clock.All De7_. "Vg '
16.KISSDIMEIC. LUMBER Co. says- his crop was' literally,torn to 11 the members are urgently requested Marshal P. C. Hodges is in..8ome- A bad back mean. sick kidneys. F.'U1I"'' Line "Can ed .Goods,
s and destroyed. about two weeks be what of a quandary over the dog ,
1Try pieces to present. Neglect It., urinary, Woubles follow.
Kissimmee Druw'Co'' LittleAtbarlo hen the Council Cigars and Tobacco.. J'
of City
by bail from the sire a egg ordinance passed by
ago Any matting purchased from us, I .
made fo
Doan's Kidney Pills are
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Granules for CoII.tlp..t.lon.Toroid and Mr. M. H. Porter w olives some time ago.' The ordinance provides .
Bllllousness.-tt down for cash, and retailing 28 cents kidneys only, n .; I .
Liver and town had his watermelon that a tag shall be purchasedfor : NMGoods
near will be laid free'of '
vines-badly damaged and beaten down per yard or In more, .house within the each dog kept .within the corporate S. B. Lemons, clgarmaker, livingat .
Florshelm's 95 Patent Oxfords are outgrowing charge, any limits of the but failsto 1311 Tampa Fla.,
hailstones but they. are now town,. Ashley street.
the correct thing as to. style comfort, by cltv. limits. This guaranteed by Pills are All Fresh and '
H and coming along finely stipulate that such tags shall be worn says:"!"I used. Doan's Kidney .
etc. Found at B.. C. Stanford. Co. the Home Store. .. [ by the dogs A number of owners and they. cured' me of backache and Prices Low. f4,
only , Use Plack's Chill Tonic. Guaran The girls of Kissimmee have organIzed have purchased tags and either carry disorder of the kidney Two .or .
the teed. Price 23 cents. Sold all a Village Improvement Bociet, them in their pockets 'or 'leave them three' times on account of the pain In
1' ,, for hrst-class work pavronite druggists.. I ,Jull7.8Capt. and will bold festival In the Plano I I it home while others who keep dogs my :back 1 was unable to go to work
Wblte Star Laundry. QulneEdmondson 'I'taken advantage building tomorrow (Saturday) nightto have not purchased tags at .11. for several days. The. secretions of t.
deliver has -
will call for and your .. Johnson
T : Clay of his raise funds with ,which to begin Therefore when the mar.b..lAD the kidneys were In a very bad condition .
packages. 47-tf I of the enforced JIe-up and has some.improvements contemplated by unfamiliar canine on the streets with dark In color and If allowed to ,

M r. J. C. Griffin hus"aooepted a position boats. by low water repainting the the Society. Qhe ts at a loss to know stand. would become of consistency DR. E. FAKERS
with the Everglade Cypress been overhaulingand to item. Be Circuit Court convened this tnornng -' whether he should impound him ,or ofjellyi) I tried various, remedies, ,. 4
Lil lie from stem
Company at Loughman and will move I I r steamer better shape now than with Judge Minor S. Jones on not. It would seem to simplify maters . taking what seemed like gallons of '.
his family that. place. says she Is In she first I.. ncbed. the bench and State Attorney. Jno. C. If the council would amend the medicine and I also put on plasters, ,DENTIST ,
was
the day when started. Tones and the other'eourt. officers In ordln..ncet making: It mandatory that. jut. nothing' helped mo at all until I Office '
Hon. D. U, Flet.eber. candidate ,for The recent rains have already H attendance. The errand jury was organized the dogs should wear the. tags. got Doan's Kidney Pills upon the advice over Orlandq! Bank and, Trust-. '
United States Senator, will speak at. the water to rising, and be enabled to and Is now In session.. The of a friend of mine and using Co. Phone T3. .. ''F

the Court house next Monday alternoon I'tinue, the captain Basloger will a short John Hughes murder trial .has been Hon. D., U. Fletcher, candidate for them according\ 'fo' 'directions. they Crown, Bridge and Poreeleao work svSpeclalty.
'f at3:30. Ladles are specially invited resume his run to set. for next. Tuesday, United States Senator will speak at. cured me In a very abort time' . '

rf to attend.. time.A. SLr..yed.-onIl' large cow color the Court House next Monday afternoon For sale by all dealers. Pttae 60 Nora-Those desirlntt my services
Mrs Henry Belknap returned to her beautiful assortment of the new black and white' spotted with black at 3:30. Ladles are specially In; cents.. Fo.ter.foIUburn (JoDutI'alo., should make arrangmentT ad.vance. *

home. Ooiha Wednesday after a. laces Filet. Cluny Valenciennes eta..at neck, butt head, marked' crop split. vlted, to attend. ' New York sole agents. foil,the Unite .
Mrs K. S. KATZ'S.OsceoU urrderblts In one ear, swallow- States. v . '
visit b.re0 her 'mother I' two ORLANDO, FLA. '
Dane whom we regret to report,.is county. is a great place to fork underblt. the other Any one Notice tc Taxpayers. Remember the acmeDoan'sartake l
In very feeble health.Mr. learn the poll'loal' game. After living finding her will please notify me andI np other.. IS-e-a-m
here for of time a man I I will pay them for their trouble.. ,Notice. Is hereby given that the Tax . .
E. O. Vans Agnew/ accompanied becomes skilled In the art has he E. D. WOOTEN" Books for Osoeola county will close :- ROGERSILIVERWOAT'
by his friend Mr. M. M. Stewart, qualified to. cope with the situ. a.Loughman. Fla promptly on May 1st. 'T..payer.111 '
of the Orlando State B nk. came is fully themselves TAR AND CAI,, .HALAOUA
speaking, anywhereand take due notice and govern ,SUBSCRIBE FOR THE "
with ation, politically Iotr..1\'C. Dunn, candidate for \ .
..a.t'down and spent Sunday his The latest. successwe accordingly.C.. L. HANDY, For the Bomfetot* ''CBM at Coarh, AoWe. .
: at any time. Railroad Commissioner, was here a'
. : Aatbma.edaroeehln.sad allLaogoonplainl
-( brothers on Paradise Island. line is Tax Collector.Syrup :tIMES UNION
chroulcle in this FLORIDA
week thevoters. Lya
\ have to day or so this Interviewing 'enellDIl tooewampYos. r wertr T.D4.,
Our' spring book of samples for that of Mr. John Newsome, whowas .. Mr- Dunn bases his claims Wild CbenY.' have for ie* naataloxl ajxuUUhed
wens made 40 measure garments, ,is recently elected sheriff of Brooks' for support on the fact that. he' has of White Pine and Tar is* a T. Cterf State Pear .remedy. II reputation contain no M'ovlnmor T> standard KarmfU Si. ,

replete with all the new tbtoge/:come county, 0. Mr. Newsome ..8.., resident served six: years as secretary of the remedy.: that, will positively cure. DAlLY'An... .. .O.Da.Y..IOe"Oftll ibe.IUD drug, cnn to ,Yea wlih safety to d ld......, '
early.. and get. a good'selection. .. ." of Klsslmmee for a number of Commission, and therefore has the coughs and cold*. For:sale, at Kisslmtaee -" TsM" .u.Tw."Rasta Nos Price 1104 J Sold! only by O.eol*Pharmacy ;

KATS'S years and has, a large number, of experience necessary to qualify. him to Drug Co._, __ 81-tf mesdhlbosadTh0
? be'pleased to The.SemlWecWy1 ,
here wbo will '
friends .. fill the olHee acceptably.ti "
have for sale ROod
WantedA o-ood hustler In'every MALE -1 six '
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bear of hisjiuccess, .ftnKr aJ fhtfl Grower. Agents Wiuillld'-l6K20 brtyon portraits '
town to sell our'perfect water niters! horses which must be disposed of,
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retailing from 1.60 to. t&.00. 100. percent L.: C. Smith & Broi.'_ typewriters, For Hale, and' will .go at a ascrlBce.J Ik* FiMaf IMM aUM......*.Wwk*,.U..... 40 cents! frames 10 cents! and up.
farming *ot 4 IB AcrtcmltaraJ txu Fmlla sheet pictures;:one cent each. You
'' exclusive terrltor all the 'latest improvements Residential and property > J, W. Mti rcn.. ... \
profit to agents, rtbe best made with { 't/tOee/ ,_ T.pa_br t.ed per,. make 400 centprofiCor'$3! "
r v.-Seneca FUt.er.Co.,,. Seneca, Mo. . sndwrtlingall-the-time: of sixty acres at Hammock\ Greve- Mall r rear wMe1IilaTlmu can per :l
'" furnished and in good '. The Home Store will call for Jour per week, Catalogue and sample
March SOU 1.TOOUfotor ," sale for cash or<< on time Bouse fully order iukzIu! '
/ for t Fit.I
visible ''
t free. _
them before Outbuildings; and, farming implements. laifftdry. Please have Vive change fo ., Fr.nk'tW"' Willbms'.COrapany,
? ; and.. "Steam. Boat" nsnranoe-r a* the Home other.Store .See' .. Apply to Mr..Drought/ t.J f r him on delivery of the same, tf. 1208 .jy S..,.Ohle***...*,;!111.
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He (pointing ou .field)-That's .
CATARRJilTHIRTJ Sally Gay-"What a;>uflwinc\little
HAD
YEARS.Congressman .
Green over tb.... In a few weeks
fellow MI:. Callipers 1aI'Dopy !
best'man.SheOh ..
L N s.itt-"Ctlnnl! why look tie will b.- our

at him-he's dreadfully. bbwleggad Charlie, this ,ls so, sudden

Sally Qajr-"Y..; ,but that gives !-Princeton Tdger.

1 ortjWijEi2jsaving him such an arch look, you know....
AS TO A POLITICIAN. ,
.., PlCk-Me-Up.-, "He says he's wedded to a high v..

{ r banks are established in tariff..*' . .
t2S school in Scotland. There"are The tip,of. the tongue J.{ the most ""'eN'" hoed T. ies on. Wlicels. '.{

I 35,712 dtppBitors. with ,48980| to sensitive part
Mfceltisoo their credit. I Ihe tip of the fingers come- next. U."-Louisville Courleivjourusl: which Is proposed in N4fw'

-........ ., ,. and ,Jh.lrd tile lips.WOMRN'S.. Jersey by Senator Frellnghuysea.hliitselt -' <

In the course 0(a,paper before. the an enthusiastic automoblllst
Gives French Academy of Medicine.Professor ." I KIDNEYS. Lots of Oxen Left In MaineWe -!probably not perfect: but has '

Grlmbert recently stated that the have heard much In recent -.much.to' commend It to favorable con

central pharmacy which .dispenses Are Ihe Source of Moet of Women's gaes...'xtt\ the disappearance of ox: slderatlon. It seems to be beyond

'Praise Supplies to the public institutions In Sickness. from our Maine farms but we 'dlspute'or-q, \ eatlon t.hat'o.utoD1obl1ell t

Paris and the department of the '11115 E. Rlcfc M. by the report of the Slate As-' hare done much more damage to the

rt r t Seine, annually, furnished 12,000 Mrs.. Mock. writes "I that in '1907 there were 8,758 Improved roads of the Stats than all
Street Columbus Ohio :
'leeches for u.e In the ho pltal.. believe I would still of ''them left Jn the StAte.. That other vehicles put together and bite:

ToPeruna' would make quite a.herd it. the)' werepastured Indeed wrecked some of them to suchan
be a victim .of kidney r
'Plerpout Morgan has presented troubles but 'orDoaD' I. together, says. the Kenebea extent r* to make, rebuilding necessary -
to the "Wadsworth Athenaeum;' at journal. and it also seems_ certain that
Pill
;
I '} Kidney
In ot his father roads.which will be suitable for and "
Hartford memory ; for when. .I started If yoked up In ..pairs hey wouU
I
fourteen volume., descriptive: of his using them I', was inconstant make a team stretching a dozen'nlUcII' will stand the wear and tear of automobiles -' ''
art collections In London and will be much more expensive.
New
pain with my away<, There are 760 oxen In Keune- ;
# For York. Each volume is valued at j Back, and no 'other bee county, and if these 373 pairs to build and maintain than 'roads for' ,
Therefore It Is not
$1000. -r'fi WI remedy bad been of were. put.on she country road on par. other vehicles. ;,

any use. The kidney secretions wereIrregular ads or taking part In an old-fashioned: unreasonably argued, those 'who use
Amateur: photographer are' not and I and I "' would furnish automobiles 'ought to make a substantial -
His was nervous 1i: ulngl! >ee, they '
t happy In Russia. They have'to secure 'I contribution' to the increase tin
lth lacked nerg,. But Doan's Kidney a mile of goodly-satisfaction for the
u !li licenses, and If they chance to I and the cost of roads which will be'In fi
Pills
gave me prompt.relief continued wielder of be oaken goad.
take a snap-shot of a ,'Iew.near a cured I curred on their'sole account; That
use, me. So 4he patient ox; snot yet quiteas
Relief Fortress they liable to be whirled conceded. It, naturally follows -.
are principle ,.
Sold by all dealers. CO cents a box. uncommon on the Maine farm as .
to Siberia as spies, that the big heavy and swift\ au--
Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. the carIbou and wolf on the Western
t --.- .. tomoblles which do most ot the damage
plains, but the rate of decrease Is Indicated : .
From Horticulturists have discovered there and which require a special kind
liE REMEMBERED br the fact that where
that roses and mignonette cannot lire or -road, should pay more, than. the
"Well. George, wh.t'dJd you learn were ,7C8 oxen in Maine- 1907
together. 'It the two flowers"" are I snail ones which do ''little, it iany
at school today7"learnedthatwell i there of them den
were 15,473 years
,. % Catarrh placed together a vase both wither. "/- I learnedthat I earlier damage' The questions of the proper
within halt an hour. amount or'the license fees and their
three apples plus six pears I
proper graduation according to .
equal. nine Philadelphia
oranges.
Laconians wbose chief city was Bad Economy. site and power of the machines, however -

Sparta were famous In ancient Record. A southern gentleman recently at are not readily to be answered'

Greece not only for their success In 1 1SJIOO a banquet Washington related tho and It is probable that the bill as It '

1 ''I' + IIlH 1wii 14 ;$' war, but for their scorn of luxuries I Reward SIOO. .' following story about a certain philanthropist now stands needs some amendment '
and their brevity of 'speech. When The readers of thU( paper will be plf'&Md! t* he knows at home He la those respects. .
King Philip ot Macedonia father of 'Ieam| that there i* at lout one dreaded dieaa .. said The suggestion has also been offered .
CONGRESSMAN MEKKISON COMMENDS PE-HU-NA. !t' : : 4
,, that .ciene* hu been able to car in all
Alexander the Great, threatened its.tagea..ndth.tiaCataRh.lldl'.Catarrh I "My friend henrJ ot a negro family though 'we do not know that
them saying "It I enter Laconia I the known to destitute circumstances Is likely soon to be
t.. "I Fare nerd several battlmof "7'eruna and Iff'I really y benefited Cure only poaitiv core: now I that was reported In any'Serlous.effort
'h.r.ttl from mvratarrh of the limit. 1 fret snoorraprd to .."lie.<* that will level your city to the dust," they the medical: 1ieaae fraternity, Catarrh constitutional being a constitutional I and, calllrg at their made to put it.Into effect that taxes '
V[ f//u_ it a short tintalonger I tvlll t>afiillyaltl to eradicate he atora* sent back the reply, "If! Their short treatment. HairsC.rarrhCSiritkrninternallr.acting require a : 1 home, he found the'report true. The should be levied( upon all 'vehicles

o] thirty years' etandtnp.-Lavtd'Meektaon. answers give-to the English language directly upon the.blood end macou I family consisted of mother, a son using the public highways, graduated

I the word "laconic." surface of the*yteint thereby destroying about 16 years old and three young according to'' the else weight and
tb. foundation of tbediM*.* and giving I
OTHER REMARKABLE CURES. ---t. ,
"of the vehicles. That also baa
the patient strength by building ap the constitution : I children. After bearing th v'- Mr. Jacob L. Davis. Galena Stone county Mo. write*: 'I h.... been in bad NewYork City has 113 public and aviating nature in dome its 1 he gave the oldest so* a something to commend it. Funds
W health for thirty-neven years, and after taking twelve bottle of :your Peruna 1 are parks; varying In size from a few Work. The proprietor have so much faith I must be procured for-the construction
f. cured." Mr. C. N Peterson, 132 South lain. t*.. Council Blnfh. Iowa..wn..*: "I in It. curative. that they offer On 1 bright silver dollar saying:
'' cannot tell you how much good Peruna hit done me.. Constant confinement in lID! square yards 'in the angle at the Hundred Dollar power for any caa* tbat it fail. to I 'Here my lad take' this dollar and maintenance of roads, and 'it
tore began to tell on my health and I Jell that 1 .-u' grvjmally i 1 tried verall'tmediea. but obtained no permanent rabid mUl I took' *Nctsaa 1 felt Park containing! 1756 acres I F. J.CHBXBT Co.Toledo.: U.KoM dinner.' ... these should chiefly be provided by
+ better immediately. , and five bottle restored SB* W carp ei. k-tttttk bv. Drumnat. 75e.
roadsandlu
those who use the proportion
r "No he when the
Take Hall's Family Pills conatipatiom. sooner was gone
7. A SINCIRE XZCOMMXXDATrOM.: A New fond of of which they
Jersey commuter mother said In stern Yoke to hereon to the amount use
Mr. D. C. Proaser, lira TO, Allegaa Co. )(ida.. vrite: "T.., yean ago I .waat figures, estimates that during the six a make of them. The o\J system levied
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; badly afflicted with catarrh of tb. atomarn. 1 b4 lied a ma e>< tnfcoidlrrer. va PROHIBITIVE HANDICAP. :
very depleted. I could find nothing I cxmll eat wrtaii*. r* nn aWuesBaaoi _retomech. coldest days ot this winter, when the 'Heah, Jackson, you done alb me a direct road tax. generally paid In
v Finall/ 1 cane to the coodaaxm tl>.- I' bat oaLarth. c.l. tae --.cIa andseeing river were filled with Ice. the delays "I can't get a pair ot shoes to fit dat dollar and git dat turkey In work upon each taxpayer who was a
a'eruna.'lverti.ed, began to take 1'h Wiped SB roes. sail alter takinc tare la ferry transportation to persons goIng me." go; land owner. In proportion to his general
I ,
or (sour>> bottle 1 wit entirely curd of toaeh trovbU, sad caa> sew ant a.ythiag.* de ttacbral way.Uarper' Weekly
f (( to and from their work In Man.batten "That is strange considering they tax. The same system still prevails

Manufactured: by Peruna Drug Manufacturing Company, Columbus. Ohio. amounted to forty-two yearsof are made In such variety" save that 'orklng.out Is abolished

working: days for one man.. "I knew they are, but what. good; Diving for Fish. and the tax Is now paid fin

r 1 i does that do a fellow when be hasn't A unique method ot fishing Is employed cash But It Is obvious that a man

An American syndicate has pur : got the price?"-Nashville, American. by natives along the Panlaung may own much property and pay l

chased the Port Qoloso Railway and River. heavy taxes and yet make little or a ,

70 Years Old i tC 'Uldn't Keep House nitrate fields ot Chile as well as HOW TO TEST LINSEED OIL Two dugout boats are employed no,, use'of'the' roads, while one who'
: .
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nitrate fields In Tarapaca and Aato- about thirty feet long, with two men owns little land may- make'much' us8

fagasta for 12000000. with long poles. One In the bow of them. Generally"speaking.--
: ; There Is 'nothing that will make the man who owns the greatest number
the other at the stern punting
tWIIhOIMillaitJ'S house
::4 Liniment Richard of SoutR; Poland paint go wrong on the morequickly the '
Mr. Carter than poor oil. It is as bad In boat along. They stretch along ropo of vehicles makes greatestuse
Is probably ;the tallest wan laMaine. its war as adulterations In the white made of bamboos and plaited grass of the roads, so that a tax based upon
His. height Is six feet eight the former would: most equitably
lead. Petroleum oil cbeapeners maybe about a hundred yards long land pay.
bottle
Plate send aortal of MInard's ur meoi. I wish '
me as Inches and he is as straight as an' detected by piscine a drop of the oil weighted about ten yards with for the latter.The.obiection.
to give it to a-friend who is troubled with Rheumatism .and who every
has never heard of your Liniment before. We have bat b (In our arrow. His shoulders are very broad. on a black painted surface. If one sees big stones. This they let down Into mOT be ralaed'that"ata" -
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family and don't think we could keep house'without it. We are arms unu.uallYlonl; : body well the characteristic Iridescence orplayof "the' water, and the flab are frightened upon wheels would bes, partial.
"o.1 over seventy years old. I will see that will have. the < proportioned. .He weighs. only. 190 colors which kerosene exhibits- and; It toward the bank. The 'dlven then 'or a class tax which would be odious

Liniment a* soon as I can send it to her. Yours respectfully Mrs. _, pounds is evidence of adulteration. Corn smell. Jump In three at a limy, remaining There Is no problem in all the complex .,

J. Page. Powerful, penetrating and soothing! free from oil or ''.'"" "" g'j; rtr; .' flah oil can be detected In white oy lead the can best .down abouttwenty seconds. science ot government more pus-
Adulteration '
-- .f grease. and beneficial alike for child or adult containing nothing : Home Taper the Best Advertisement. be discovered by the use of a blowpipe They carry gaffs about eighteen Inches cling than tbat of taxation- or more t,
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injurious to the.most sensitive MInard'sLiniment 1 U
even system, 'Ii difficult to solve to universal satlsfactlon. -
' i&The'- best advertising medium of a which National Lead Companywill ,
at once the most effective economical, agreeable and dean to use .i'! long and fishhook with cord. '
external application for rheumatism neuralgia, stiffness of limbs town Is It* home paper provided the send with Instructions free to altaobed..."When they strike a fish Proverbially all taxes are odious' ' :

joints or miucles sore feet or hands chest pains or hoaneaesa, paper be properly sustained says the anyone interested In paint. Address, they let go tho gaff and th'e'fish Ii yet certainly taxes of some, kind are,

S 'proof of which b found In the grateful letters of those who have. Richmond Times-Dispatch.., A good National Lead Company Woodbridge hauled up In the boat. A big fires necessary. No doubt taxation for

used It, like {tbe one above signed by home papert well edited well printedj; Budding. New York. City. s lighted on the" river bank and the general purposes, for the common.. ,, c ,
.
..au MRS. J. PACE well filled with local advertisements, ,. 'men warm themselves before It when benefit ahould.be 1evled generally f t
I and Impartially as 'possible. But1
havingthe smile of prosperity on its TUB DIVINATION net diving,1-Rangoon Gazette
U2: New Hanover Ave:,;Meriden! Coon. countenance and well circulated I Chollr-"I wondah why they) call 1 : there 4s much ground 'for arguing. ,

I A special bottl sent tea on' request. MInard's Liniment! 101 f.. Co., South in Itself an Index to the thrift and enterprise it leap ynr' !l''YXM. : that public expenditures which are,,
Framtagbim Maus."Span of, the community it reprei 1 Wally":'"Because It gives the deah THIS IS LEAP YEAR. chiefly: for the benefit of a cftrtala-

r Cents and an expression of the enterprising girls *i chance to Jump at us,"- "I'm weary of. being 'a bachelor part of the community sbould'chleflyba .

spirit of the people. It has.1'Ba/ltt more..Amerl aD.I girl." met by taxes letled upon those
Id time girl builds air
a an
the rod and epoll the child"nay very, cav "
now become an &:axiom: of trade that i "Well? beneficiaries. That Is a rule already
k, {'be' offset, suggests the New tie she puts a different man In It. every community Is judged by Its 'Do you know any fellow. who's adopted in seine'directions, and soon- '\

} York.American.. t>J an adage Just'astrte Mrs.. WtaslowSoothing Syrup for OhllOres.i newspaper. If the, newspaper I. dull ':'Rponlbl y.uac WANTED man to take. charge. of tired ot being a spinster man'"- er or later It may-be found expedient/*

yi Ply the rod and spoil the, i teothlng.Bottona th gumar duoeinflamfnatlon and poverty-stricken the outsider I 'two. or nor *o..tU.la"''''..ura.t,goodymaklag Kansas City Journal. ' to adopt it in respect to public,roads/'

teacher." (, ,SIaya pain.cure wind eolioaco bottUi who sees It will conclude that It represents _..' plat, with absolute gsaynntea. ";New York Times.. -
QUITE LIKELY.. c..'& 1 lo**. A-idrea WaTiiB>.. !..*
a dull and thriftless commu I Oa. WILLIE IS UP IN GRAMMAR.
Co., Jaaup,
L'Free Cur for fthoummtlsmf "We thought. aald the reporter nity. If, on the other hand It Is live f "Willie, ls It. right Ito sAy 'my sister Maryland Roads. ,.

Bono Pain "you might care to .ay something in all Its departments and shows that KINDRED.Knicker I has oorae to school'?" .. :Most of the Maryland counties

and Eczema I! about thtaecharge. against you." i It "Is well sustained the outsider will -What Is the .successor lathe I "No. .m..'am." have been very cautious in the matter

...nlc'Bls.dsatmB B B.)cu.sthe wout' "No." replied tho crooked public I Judge' I Its constituency accordingly* BrldgelamTDocker "Why not?" of creating bondeddebts.When
chars' ol hh.umaii.m. ban .ini .woll.n official "I' 'believe that '.Hence is And usually it Is a lair basil of esti' -The Subway Jelly.-New '
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"Because sister has wen been floated they -
aicl.i and x>lni>.. *, suntans ih. blood. your such loana have ,
Thimundi of r.... rur.d b* B. B. B. *(!.' golden' mate. Nine times out of ten the localilew.p :York Bun i home'."-Philadelphia Record . have generally been for .aggregate
.u..ih.r iraumcnn lailwl. Prlc ..._ p.r. of ,-
;Well, replied the reporter "per Is a correct photograph I
a. ....1. al diuf-MoiM. wllb _... .'. per sums that are not large In proportion .al
,r; dir.edoiu lot hami lr.MnunlLirx ...pl.. 'haps the public might believe Its the town In which it Is published and nicks' ,Ca'podlhe Cures'ITcrvousness., *" to county wealth as Indicated by.
., fiat by viMini Blood Balm Co.,.Atlanta. Ga.GobD' t merely gilt in this oase."-PhlladslphU from which It derives Its support. Whether tired out, worried, sleeplessness BUILT RIGHT i L I the assessed taxable basis. The road "

Pr.... _. _ This Is a matter which the people or what not. It quiets and refreshes brain nraln'and Nerve Restored by GrapeNats systems of the counties are generally, .
of-every town should ''Seriously con :'JmA nerves.- It'* liquid and pleasant t 1) Food.V provided for from' the annual tax': -

(QFFEE .1. Hicks'' CapuOlne Cores Headache, sider. They should bear In mind that and take.BOc Trial. at drmnriata.bottle 10.. Regular sicen SOc. I -.. ...... levies, an.d' It is generally conceded .
Ot.tNaa Yee. Whether from colds' heat stomach or every copy x>f'. the home paper goes I lout The number-of persons whose sll- that the method Is one of Makeshift 'I,: 1
QUAUTY-? FRESHNESS- BLENDINGROASTINGMAKIHO nervous trouble No'AcceUuUlid or d ngerou as a1 courier with a message to ments such that food economics. The repairs ,
were no other and
"* drURS. It'. liquid and act immediately A REAL 5'OODBNT.: poor ,
ILM Trial bottle lOc. Regular alaaslifio. the outside' world. It Is for the people She-Why do always get behind 1 I could be'retained at'all. .. large and that are made in the summer time goT ".'

WHIN YOU SHVJ.UZIANNE ana OOc, at all druggists. . to say what sort of a courier It In courses you .. reports are on the increase to work over and over, year after, :

COFFEE, shall be, and what .sort of message your them--I1Iar-" "For twelve years I suffered from year,, during the succeeding winters. -
i He 'Bo I
break can pursue
L You are positively insured the 1 Dqv/t up house-keeping .by It shall carry. If.the people proclaimto dyspepsia finding no food that did From time to time the ,question of,
upon i smashing; J4ie furniture.. the world that they will not sustaina yard Lampoon. ." '
not distress me writes a Wisconsin a system of permanent and substantial
Firs!fowPoints-as for thelasHTM 'Uo Tour r*.t A.... sad> Darer home paper how can they expect the I lady' "I was. reduced: from 1145/ to road construction has been raised ..r

''y YouaoTp si6lFlnaklpotrolfee( Shake Into your aho s Allen's Foot-BUse: ,a world to believe that they will sustain ', How I dared Sweeny and Fistula 90 Ibs., gradually growing weaker _ln one Maryland Count .or another.'

IIy0 use LUZIANN Etioldt.eiyrrhet .powder for'the feet. It makes tight or any other home enterprise that might *I want to tell you how-1 saved one I; until I could leave my bed only a1 but the conclusion arrived at has been.
/, I ... '. Cora Coma '
1 ahoea fool *
2s I new Swollen, Hot, Bmartino! ) and Sweating East move In T of our' horses that had a ttstula. We. I short while at a time, and became unable I with few if any exceptions tbat good V,,

a w c i iv-TAVLOf*fps and Ingrowing HaUL Sold by all druggists! The money spent on the home paper bad the horse doctor' out and he said to speak: aloud. roads are too costly to be paid fois "i "..,4
and aha store*. 83: eta.. Sample sent Faca.Addraas ... should be expended in- subscriptions it was so bad that he did not! think "Three1 years ago I was attracted out of the annual tax fund.'and counts* '

All a a OlmsUd, LeEoy, K., Y..\ and individual advertisements,. he could cure It, and did not come by. an article on Grape-Nuts and decided ty boards apparently stand overawed '

You never saw an actress who;, had for. as we have said, the paper shouldbe '{again. Then we tried Sl an'. Liniment to try it. when a suggestion ot creating

no vanity In ber make-up, an advertisement In Itself of the and it cured It up Dlcel). "My stomach was so weak I could a road-building fund by a bonded

community:: But the local paper Is "Oneday last spring I was not take cream; but I used Grape- loan is made.-Baltimore American... .
Ct A CORN CURB 'THAT' CURBS.ABBOTT'S necessarily.limited In1'Its reach, and plowing. for a neighbor who had a Nuts with milk and' lime water. It .r

cTNg OYTQIpQYPAINTLR- BIST. i.I>i*. ooaii .a.r.i.. .a'weN In alidlUoD'to.local support the town horse with sweeny and I told him helped me from the first building up ' '

a 4.rll1l ramady for hard. or soft eons b.alollaaora1allout should appropriate a liberal fund for !lbou Sloan's Liniment and he had my system, in a manner most aston In Connecticut. '

: EYANDIVRPAINLQuaun' spots oa th.'f*.tT warts general ,aclertl.ln.ID.. mediums me get a bottle for hlm..and it cured Isblna to the friends who had thoughtmy James II., MacDonaldState.Kith-'

and iaduratlons ot&1a.l1da.l..U i U>Mpplladwlthe which have a wider circulation. No his horse all right and he goes 'oQnow recovery impossible way Commissioner of Connecticut,'

'Wub.Ulao..'ftvttlmf, town la too Urge to advertise abroad. like a colt. "Soon I was able to take Orape- has ordered that ..,survey be, !
baraiag or sore.S.:(I5,:;at your 11A gg.... The largest cities In the United States, ; "We had a.horse that had sweeny '.Nuts and cream for''breakfast,. and at once et roads la'the. northern part
.
ot by mall frona T.. ..a8On00. Bavaa-
asb. Oa \ -.. : are the largest advertisers, and It the. awfully bad.,/and'>,we .thought .It was lunch atnight with an egg. and of the State. ,Tbe'.work 'will be.
< T' ._" ** ) cities'find it' necetsary'to' advertise, never-going to be any .good,but;we Drape-Nuts for dinner. started >.00D"'c Improvements ate '

MADL aY1 1f r ;>ontt'attempt .to,'iOrJ.&h..4''bJ:;: : ) how much-more necessary Is It for the used Sloan's Liniment and I It cured It .'1'am now able beat fruit meat', planned for stretches ot road in several , .

i' .Q forging! another per.on'sname. i towns, which are. ,not so'well. knows up nicely, I told another''neighbor'; and nearly all ,vegetables for dinner, towns on the east side of the. a '

I to do sot about It and he said It was. the best but i fondly continue'' Grape-Nats' _. for river on the road to Springfield., The
? 4.. . Liniment ever.used. ' breakfast and supper; Commissioner is planning to have the .,.,

iTsTTSBi..>.8 IMS.ttt don.* woader.',for seller. -:. The German Way, "We are using Sloan's.. Sur. Cello "At the time of beginning Grape road from Hartford the State line :: .

I .en lDIa Iran., Intaat.m.sor, a ad.rt:J'OIIDd"1toh anap*, 0.......aad ry. : HIn 'Germany, thV adulteration :ot .(Cure,and.ire think It Is an righti i Nuts. I could scarcely speak a sentence macadamized before '.the- middle ':ot' ,i

IflE-TJUtEff:: Pill!! Loct'SASH I' tar form *f skis 4118_.* afgravat-. wine and beer 1 prohibited, for home A. D. 'Bru!!...Aurelia! la. without changing words around or next, summer, : ,.
; .4 es of* .m.lu os ra have been marv.lott. -. 'talking1' crooked In some way but my 'r. ,
bIIA.r.i a a irA t.... "tie eye I and' thoaaads o-pople slag.auI consumptionbut''permttted for exportation. TUB PROPER WORDS. .;bran! and nerves have become -so Fy',
> s'_... b. _........ Petty.Look I praise... boo, at dreg Ills! or by mall front'' It Is;.en'.open secret that.. ..Youog Man. :(call1nc)- .Whatl' I.. strengthened 'that ;'no" longer have Tugging the, Elephant.-: : 1.,:'' :& ,
; *
J"- _.. .... _I. 1tJ"". I I.'to BBorram;t>*pt. A. Barannah. Qa.. wine from Vienna and beer; -.from.Iunlcb' .Thirty men engaged"in ..a :.tu-ol."J' .
ti - . proper to when INrin trouble.. t'Tbere'sa'Reason.
;. ) ra I ray a young .that '
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HE.:PUt1'lT, .' iH r'attQllely'tdee'albsw7wialrlrsource 'derlved, the conviction' !of the. ",J.V' iiuNt, <. .FAR ..APART.:' -One- Jf'iij :-4J .Hemp,plan!..AlenflOtttf. : Coast.;'. ca.ara.-.1d.:
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..... aeaSBilty of controlling the outbreak* t tel f. 1h i : T*.., valuable aatWNi. ef UUwork.bela --.f Pigrattvo Tablets.
: 8UNOAY BV or evil moods would be ,tile great-" ..ipMt., .. Well ,a* Animal. That flow carried la Tease 'the ,
BR1U-1ANT SERMON on by the Gerileld TS)
A I p..je'fJ Z71' Trot you drtypai.t'or
eat 'conceivable ,blessing r!la.fS0tiled.! Thrlv. In ;Arid, f l.pNns., oj
-I' i THE. .R VVlXWVntep.; :( .. _J +Christian home;. Thl8-ls surety ,no?. ,It: 1* difficult to comprehend the :: is .m United at Is, "again tate*,shown Agricultural D.partr''. Co., Brooklyn. jJTy.. 2IkpE'I' bottleIstheBMmwwo. t \?,
of the
by dieoovery
-' I. +1'+gwnw+ new gospel. All this teaching 1* from .part, tbat water, .or ratber't-be lack happy'borns"of to-day- wrest ''
both Christ.and the Its fund of intorrastion beet method that apostles; but life to the
of the
In
: .... water. play shaping
ilieinei. S. ; I* undeniable that the recent be BUCCe..rull11'0"" In the'Southwest
; presen .of of,, health and and .
promoting ,
the rodent happiness
: desert.Mice and other email -
hl''b tatton'of it has amounted'almost to' Gulf coast, country. Biperl.cnent ... ,
1 a discovery native to arid region have right living" and knowledge of the world have beencerrled, on 'the,lat ,

Brooklyn, 'N. Flatbush." \ The fourth principle' ,which must'' been known., to live ,on hard seeds bet product ,. i I year and the horticulturist are.con-, \ '

Congregational .Church the pastor, govern your thought IsHthat of the without green food 'for periods of several Products of 'actual ,,esceilenc..ndreasonable ',",Geed tbat this .valuable addition >V.kotrl**] e s
the Rev Lewis' T. Reed preached a very great Influence that. we exercise month or even ,a* long aa two be 'Wade to 'V the o.r.Mk flnABK.i
claim truthfully presented can the Ilsf off/!Texas: py
sermon on 'The Theory and Practice over one another. If you believe In or threeTear*, and nothing In their, '
'Suggestive1 TherapeuticThe I the telepathic communication1 of' one behavior Indicated tbat. Ihe.yer and which have atUinej)'to world-wide crops.It .,
Matthew\ 8:181 And subconscious mind with anotheryeu I baa lone been tbe theory that IbO : rf' W S BBPBsl :
* text wa from, : ''took liquid In form acceptance through,,ibe approval of the
Jesus said to the centurion,. Go thy' will believe tb.at.the condition of your" any ? hemp plant would not grow" *u c(>**> ,
way; and a. thou but believed no be subliminal, consciousness-of. irritat t Similar adaptation are, exhibitedbra ,'Well-informed. tho World; not of Individual fully In an'II| section,of the world ..... i j ,

It done. unto thee. And his servant tlon or quiet of hope or fear-even I,' large number of plant: Tb. only, but of the many whe have cent the .Philippine' Island. Effort I \ ,htlllls

wa healed la"'the lelfiame hour" though you speak no/ word, will at- guarequl of Sonora la a member ot the happy faculty of electing and obtaining have'Been. made',to transplant It to
said '. feet those associated with you. In region 'I 1
Mr. Reed : the squash familyinhabiting a ,
the beat the world afford. At/tea. India and
'In this theme of"Th* Theory and no hall way but veryfdefinitely, then blc1a the annual rainfaJI.oo* pouth'Amerlca.'but
Practice of 8uggtiv Therapeutic," we are our brother's keeper*; i I "curs! within In& ![ fen dTya In'the a'uhrmn. One of the product of, that claim, of with jitUe success Heretofore Manila 'sad

it I* not ray,purpose to expound novelties Bible' for the. world', stock of ,cheer i a known Ethical ha had a monopoly of the hemp' trade'and .t p32'.w
The base"f.*Hi: stem at the surface component part, an
aDd'tl.ltb.
The home 1 the
OB to !atlsfy. curiosity, but to 'peculiar I the finest ropts and.cordage come: '
assist all of you who, worship her to Held for the operation,, of this subconscious of the rground becomes 'swollen to remedy approved by physician and' commended from that city. ,

lay hold of some -of the great principles power. There the quickest f the size of a market basket la .the by the Well-informed of .the The' temp plant te'I ''I. variety of -
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within.thl* movement by which of sympathy 4b:1.ta.: there Influence I* adult putt and thls.s.Eves .. a reservoir World at valuable and wholesome family banana and baa exactly the acme appearance .
be possible for to live confidently felt most readily and most deeply. hot' .
will you
it I for' water. .During,0 e well-known PO YOU WANT ,
i U the the' broad leafed
laxatjv 'bll'ip plants
>and,' joyfully. I should b* The atmosphere ot a bGme.i'a1U1oI' Syrup as
glad to make all of'you practitioner a hackneyed term expresses a clearly I 'rainy season the this,, vines are small bent: -anti Elixir of Senna., To get iU beneficial found grewlng In tnaay' San AntonIo 1

'of the art of suggestive therapeutics. defined reality. The atmosphere I* i Pj, leave are formed and the effect the -yardl..It. walt quite by accident. that ?
always buy genuine Vann- '
quejihllke fruit 1 I.. formed then the 5.0.0 PER DAY
There are a few great principles the spirit ot the house 'emanating 1 ; the discovery was ,mad that 'the $ '
which it Is essential! you should honor from the deep well of the ubcon-- vines iP.d root quickly' perish 1.-.. -factored by the California Fig Syrup Co. hemp plant could be' successfully, ... ,,

and obey. Flret"7j.he.power. of sug scions mind of tbe homakeeper., God I lag t guarequl resting on the surface 'Mily, and for sale by all leading druggist. grown la Teia*.-flan Antonia Ex: -
gestion.We have been' wont to'be has created no morevgraclou figure '! p puntil the sandy soillike a bowlder tress TTH CAN EASILY MADE SELLING OUR .'
optimistic about every thing that takes in his great"world than that of the when A New Derelict Destroyer .
the next rainy season, Jib t I i l1N6: or HOUSEHOLD sreaxLTiEsCtMnOal :
, place In our lives, provided nothingevil wife and --mother- who-i give to the 1 1very I vegetative 1 repeated. The new derelict destroyer Seneca'Will'dll q
activity *
appears at oaoeionUaeiaurfaoei! place of her abode her own an Important Junction-la ..theprotctI6n FITH,8t.Vttas'lVuuw,iXervou*Dimanently s1.r. '
We have proceeded-on-U faith' that buoyantaoothlng, spirit. What > Omni et theee huge tuber "'u;pick. cured by Dr. Kline's Greet Nerve
the' psychical system could take upand she 1* In tbe unsounded deeps of her j" d up under aa acacia tree la the Sonora of shipping. It will be Reetor r. W trial bottle and treatise free.

'r'w'' dispose successfully of every sugjKestlon being-will1 appearItf time in the house sands In' February, 1004 and ''plae- the duty of ,this vessel to patrol the I>r. H. B. Kline, Ld.,981 An-hBt."' Phlla.:, Pa.

made tit n-oIE"1' thought; where, she dwell and'in the faces of' I ed ona shelf la a mv.eu.'cuewlth'a coast to rid It of the floating 'dang.ers Probably a miner aave*' be'cause gillwo
envy, anger greed ton uptsdeltce.; the"little& dblldvtia that look up to't' Dumber 'of preserved exhibit;; In and toh.*' la readiness at any money

gluttonyall: \ tbe vie'abhorred'by! her., ,lOa.th nUurJtaad; thelibome bt'I,I Ijibe 'the ot tbat and tn every moment to cruise wherever a'dere. he doesn't know .what,, else. to
summer year
St. Paul might present their \lUe: pictures cardcluljwoman. { and the home i elnce. It baa sent Its thla hot may. be reported either by ve-. do with. It I
up
to the mind and a* long a* we ot the' gad-abdiitt Who does not year entering Cme. j
eels port or by wireless .rUon Tim,MTory
I their know them 4LDd".hdder'.at..tbethouaht I' terns and spread It* leave at a time 'cake Tins P rf
did not act en. 8U&C..ttoD.1'.we"un ; : '
preserved our character. We de- ? Their atmosphere 1* that .:'oorreepondlng to its active season In sages 'Each season there 1* a list 1 T SIr and Rooater.Wonderbas4raCaokank'wrbws Jiunili..A. of other tuelal and UU>rMrln -,.
luded ourselves with a hope tbat we restlessness- and spiritual poverty.Woe ,the-desert.. These have. oon' died of ship* missing for unknown" causes rtlclc_ All nor. *.luar.nle.4.,
betide her children and her husband and .. it I* probable that these dangerou Writ far i..rUenUn r innlinc oatt......y.<, ,.
all
were what 'we appeared to be: And down! In ayery. natural manner, + we.e ewe Pet..111y el.ka.w '81&"a buiiiiHB of your ova and-..tarn*
now we have had to learn afresh the ; for she cannot give them after !I 'the plastltf material and water' not hulk, have much to do with asp:I.w as..nalle,'.IbM e.q.., w z-IIl.la itt .."y Bunnrv W. want op*

t truth of that .Scripture: "A. .a man their day of temptations and ,vexation used' being carried, back. Into .the..tuber. sending sound, ships to' the bottom Nee sUeaeaq Tv..tw.M' wtent ID every tows. -Wrlubclorawmww" F
. Ihlnketh In his heart BO Is he." 'J tbat by which they are renewed I the activity of the Seneca .11I.........I..w.dl.t..n.i. sadallT. .rte ahead of 700. { .
mar .be
. the. spirit: of peace and quiet confidence : which now goes Into a steepingor M to "_. tee Wren the oldest and Mt-'__maaa
know of no process In man life more : ,..c.r: ttQ" ..
another expected to reduce thisHat... There .8 at Or, s feurln oanir Mln. booMtn u.&r1.,
condition for ,
In resting year .
good:
't calculated to give him serious I Wa riser yoo-lo any ....nt. ..prw oom
thought than this function of tbe II. Now, it KJll sometime happen 61k' time* baa this awakening occurred will\ be other uses ,for the ..derelictdetreyer. EPILEPTICIDECURC .....y. or ramncKlM agency u to out ;

subconsclousness of storing up the that despite of 'r.bestendeavorB., we 1 I e and.'no change lathe Armnee* of such\ ai'.upplylna .'aall "0..._ell'was aah' l...rood("om sad. _-.etn-diwe_... lapoaiiblUty.HOUSEHOLD. l
shall be overborne.In-tbe Ill. and provlelons.tor'vessels In distressor ,,_ ," (1J1I..... JIJ! . .
suggestions tbat the outer life brings. press. the guarequl or of ItJ external: appearance ,..,...." 01..-Lot AO.... __.1\\ NOVELTY'' WORKS
Day by day as we touch the world ness comes on, whatever the cause has.taken place. It has already taking off crew from unseaworthyor .. a .. ..... .
and the causes are often complex. I I I 1Uf. a, MI hat .. ? MT' 1 t I 30-100 Tecwnsch SC, BUFFALO.. YNJJPNCOfltIPaiiOflJBIHOUSRU
and get our own reactions of courageor What are we to do? Every physician lived six year upon water ,which ,ItI Inking ...Iel.?bat Ita Teal ...alu.I
of self-control self-
cowardice- or
would with I I lIadlD reserve, the last addition to its wl1l'be' In T-lddtn-g' the eea of one of
defeat of 'purity or selfishness- ot join me I believe In sayIng -
make attitude store been made In October it. greatest dangers.-Boston- Transcript i CURES _.
; love or hate we are continually drop : the spiritual cor I t I having ''
ping dropping these suggestions into rect. To use tbe terminology of the 1901. It would not be unsafe to eay .- 'ad
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the reservoir of this subconscious self books, give yourself the autosuggestions ,'I that this plant'secumulntes a reserve I Duties ona, ,..number ,of fancy' and : ,

to come forth some day to bless or faith In of Isis courage willingness confidence and power-to.InGod, which 'may last It -for' aquarler'of, ornamental stones are 'to be Increased [ '

curse. Abraham Lincoln lives day by care for and restore you. Make it : a eenturT.-From' the Outing Magarsine. 1I..rolI"by an order"which 'cus ... .,.
tbe sacrificial Ute or the burden- -
..t', l day bearer of this people.- Day by day the genuine conviction your spiritthat I 'I toms (official are to put, In.rorce Mar. TRY A BOTTLE Does Not GrfpW Plcatanl to Take.'.

hour by hour he gives himself the God does provide for all His 16. Ark your deslcr for U.

suggestion of devotion, sacrifice and creatures. Rest In the promises ot BURDEN ENOUGH1. NOW. .
faith; and then when the hour for divine health with which the Scrip. : "So you are not in favor of having I r MALSBY 'COMPANY j
lures abound. If there Is cause : Loca1.DEPUTY'WantedGREATEIT'
any ,
utterance has takes his "
come up pen : the Government own the railway? ,
of irritation remove It, if it be possible a ..rOR'YTH 'TM ATLANTA. OAsMfatsmtf "
and writes on a few scattered sheets Farmer Comtos- I Protective and Bene0.elakx
i "Ko anerect.
the supreme English masterpiece ot by the right action on your II Order over started, Over i..eon ram
half a century, Benedict Arnold.was part.Nothing is more Irritatingthan I.L "It strikes me that the Government ....:: Both, men and women. ::
and revengeful. harboring a vigorous grudge I baa slnfujnets of Its own 'to ,I KXIUAL, -
always passionate I OPPORTt1NITlLal
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Day after day year after year the re- need not remind you bow strictly. keep It'busy for the present.Washington -, and IMPROVED.. (",()"PITl ,H.IP'r/ ; h

action of life on him resulted In suggesting scriptural Is all this method of treat ,Star. ly. NO RACK DI8CIU>>IJA ;
: to his deeper self hate envy, ing a correct mental attitude; and I 1 I r .t deathv II-to each male member at
.p pride and Belt-will. When his hour I believe that your own careful observation wife's death) tie! .\a child's. ; MANY'OTHER
would come to my support In WON'T CUT YOVH CORK. BKNEPIT&
for expression camehe took hiss yr' LIIlo7JQI.A
up te all honorable
% people allkf :
...,+' pen to sign his name to the betrayalof the statement that the great majority ;It you suff.r'with'co\ 'na, bunions, sore, 11 <'II: MBN AND WOMEN DfcrtJ+
r his trust. There Is nothing In the I of the diseases from which our households callous spot o.a the feet or soft' corks b*' T5ask WANTBD IN B5AOM LOCALITY. +

, ,,, process of the soul that need. to suffer can be finally traced to ,'11'.... the toee,goto'yoer druggist or lead AND -PLEASANT at .r hour. LIBERAL PAT"r:

; ause; us more of Joy and more of the fret and ambition our present. ,'15d. by mall for ABBOTT'S BIST t.oit. coax nce fop full particulars WORK., eneloelne Writ lor at,
fear than this amenability of the soul lite. As the pastor, then ot" your : ...... It eons quickly.and permanently ,, ? postage. The 1-L-0 ONAND LO T
souls and the minister of the Lord 7
llm I.U.V MLDO., :
: to anggeitlon. : wlthoateuttlBgbttralag 01' "eatlac' the .DAYTON
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Jesus Christ, who through faith, .re- ., '
; Secondly! you must COme to a new" flash sad -leaves no paint or aoresvesa. .
i stored
\ the I would' exhort
realization of the upreme place of body. you AAdreee. Tsm'lsBQTT Co., Bav.nn.h., da.Happlneis v* !lain it U oink. el f $60,000Veb.C.i.eltA' -
I. to cultivate to the utmost the virtues ,
TBERACT I E C
the will/ Heredity must have someplace '
that Christ always Insisted, upon- ; lees MACH, :
In ,,the formation of character i it. consists In being ,un-, INERY,
trust In God humility celt-forgetful ; I
t. '6I I although that place,, la not yet very ness, forgiveness, ilnqerlty. happy. than your. neighbor. 'AN'D'SUPPLIES''' I
"l" clearly determined-but She most Still In many cases. the condition This woman, ways' that after Fwd.ble.Lll..are.ad Tames....-".'' I1 '\dM11Ir1ra1W
weighty discoveryof: the present day of 111 health will continue., What 1* I BABY'S AWFUL, ITCHING HUMOR. months of suffering Xydl K.Pinkham's few Mill.. cad eras MUta,, Wni_!....* -1
'; seems to me this rediscovery of the ....Mill" Mxkl.MTlO. rUM llM_nte U Mn*. r
to be done then? If the
Manifestly
I Vegetable Compound __ __..... I
..tVooM Writ tar rtiii. A.IIII
regal of the will to do right; Nothing help Hlm..MotherAtmo.t .
power trouble be-serious It I 'the time to IM
.
Isar M aupy w. bare as_a_'_ teasm.anla M Sr
Irt made lier a* well a\s .T... .
These psychologists, and hypnotist, employ the physician who can diagnose I -Deapal.-.owea'QuIclt rtr I s
in their investigations Into the unex- Clue .to, Oatlrura.
the case and prescribe tbe regulations : n aaarad
plored tracts of personality have come under which recovery can be, Several riroeths age.'.t littl boy began ;Maude KForjrieof Pinkham L.--e.burg,. (AUa.W) wflhNQT .we.4Awe. aM tsEt $v
eases not only a God-like aspiration most rapid. t earnestly bope that In t* break out with itching sorts. I doctor writes to Mrs. I' '

after virtue every soul but also the excitement of this new" discovery kin. but e. '_'u I tot them healed up at 1 want other suffering1 women to .
an unlimited power" for the attainment of therapeutic power that 1* In .in oat plea they would break out in an- know what' Lydia. E. Pinkham'a Vegetable .r ,
:J, of that aspiration. Just a* the the mind no one here will believe that other.<< I-waa almost ia'despair.' t could Compound haa done'for me. For
3)) i Master of Life stooped over the cripple he 1* privileged to tin against either not, get anything that would help Urn; month I' Buffered from feminine ills "
saying, "Arise and ''walk:" and himself or his brother. AU laws of Than I began to 'use Cnticura Soap and so that I thought I could not live. I
r knew that-within that stricken form action are law of uod. -The best remit Cuticur Oiatmmt.-and after using them wrote yon, and alter taking Lydia. E. "

there wa the 'ability to rise and ensue, when we ,learn "how to ,, three times tko. sores commenced to heal. Pinkham'a ''Vegetable. Compound, andusing 'n

TM walk; 10'''modern psychology stoops use all of Qod' law 10 harmony with He is now well, and not acr is left on ; the treatment 'you prescribed I' i .&.
over every sinful soul and repeats the each other' Quinine is Just a
Scripture command, "Be ye therefore creation of the divine spirit, as Is left '1Um' with bad blood a* one, would strong,and well a*ever, and thank yon NUBBINS
perfect," forge are In the Image the mind of.man and we may aa well think. Cutinir Remedies are the beet I for the good you have .done me;"I BUT ,

of your Father In Heaven who I* acknowledge that Infection Is a have ever trial,'and I shall highly recommend FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. .,-
c ,f perfect. This I* a tremendous doctrine process likely to take place under prevailing -'j' them to any one who u suffering! I twoshapely ears' and more per '
1 ,\ of Individual responsibility. It conditions, unless guarded. likewise MI. William Ueding,102 Washington For thirty'yeitrs'Iydia E---Pink- stalk., I

mil. an old' Scriptural doctrine but It against. fit. Attica. Ind.,,July 22, 1007." ham' Vegetable Compound;.made I that solid
gains a new force when.'by the mod The employment of-mental healing from roote and.herbs, has been the ars are from tip to butt., 'I', ,

ern hypnotists' appeal to the soul of In cases: of physical disorder I* the Occasionally an honest man tire .of standard .remedy. for female ills Every'gram' plump and heaVy arid rich ,
goodness in a man you seethe drunkard employment of a therapeutic agency. the game and I'takes', up 'politick and has positively cured thousands of Tnat.js 'the "
go forth a new man, tbe spend You may use medicine It you see fit who have been troubled with T common record when 'a worn ,.oil' ''
thrift retormed'and tbe Invalid made AMTIDOTJI WOn DUSAUII women Isproperly;
and they produce the results, although sIN : treated with '' : -
inflammation ulceratipn ;
well. It there are in us those possibilities as a matter of fact medical That's what TBTTSSIVS Is; and it l is more displacement, 11 *
of virtue there Is no escape practice of the present day makes I I nil an absolute .ur*' for eoiema,' tetter, ,' fibroid tumors, irregularities, '
for us.from the responsibility of at- less and less of the treatment by 4rylpla and all other itching periodic 'pains, backache, that bearingdown :

ulnlng tbat for which we were cre- drugs and more and more of the J I "aMorlllo. dUeaaea.tIOlllltj auras la aggravated hare been 0 rhe-eases : : feeling, flatulency, indiges-'. POTASHk
Tted. There ha come to u* the conviction treatment by the natural agencies-of' aemeaaU II gives liutant relief cad effects tioridzziness! or nervous prostration.

that inspired Jeremiah: "In rest: air and water. Ott the- other pre....' oares. SOo. at druggists or by ,Why don't you try it? Let .
those days they ball say no more hand, you may employ the mental tnatl from /. T. ..vn...., Dtp A, gas u lend you our Free .I -l fytj Ij w a scientific discii*
Tbe fathers have eaten our grape, healer provided' your own rfplrlt Is so taaaak.0a..: ,Mrs. Plnlcham' Invites all sick ,lion d the agricultural/ problem, and J. thoroughly simple| and dJ lTit, '

and the children' teeth are set on attuned to the spiritual life that ycu womep ,to;writ* her for advice. .. will show you kow to. double the value of a fell Writ/ for'It taJby. _AddrW

". edge. But every one shall die for his are able to'receive'' Its benefits My It'* easier,for.a fool to a'k.question She'has L, ft-ulded thousands to .SLggMAK IeALi WORKS, M' Nassau Street; '.JM.W Yank' r

own Iniquity; every man that eateth own belief Is tbat those who are than It I Is for a wise ma 10 stop him healthy i Address Lynn Mass. "tr.ai alee..ea *.*.*.* -' AU..... Oa.-|*J Barter: L 1 .
the sour grape his teeth shall be seton wonted to the spiritual life-by whichI ,
edge" There Is no more proper mean the life of communion with
.laeentlv* to-earnest'living than the ;:.
God through prayeif the life of faith
r-f, realisation of the fact that God baa In a controlling power" and of interest -
ii intended ,life to be perfect for every In the life of the- spirit In Its

creature; and that If It Is otherwise higher manifestations best pre c
the fault is In'ourselves. pared for the reception of these benefit : ... II ,Ix U

"Dark Is tbe world to thee; thyself *. No one can be benefited who ''" Mof' < "',
-.r 1 art the reason why.: Whoever would sets himself even secretly against his '. "" '-
possess the reality- ot;the Christian healer..who prefer his own will and ITWILLPAY VOUTO : '? : .
life must achieve the victory-over his way toUhe will and way of God or 4 fc'. "JV : ,;

mood; and the most heartening'mes wbo cherishes a false self pride In hi. .. '
,, sage ot this or any age is that by our own condition. The only way of *
God-given endowment of the will It Is reiteration i* the sincere and humble : : .

J possible for, us to give.to the deeper committal of oneself into i the hand 'I.'I.s' 'e.I.n ; .l.i''t. [ '
life ,of the soul the 'suggestions of of God that He-may work HI. restoring 'A' dv' .ed ThiP2aper :

courage and faith and patience and will. One must learn the very I ..... I .
strength, which altogether. means heart of- the meaning ,of the sixth r.'. I ,

eternal. life. chapter Of Matthew the core of which {, .." .. . .. ." a ,
16 the third place you' will have to I* the insistence upon the necessity of : :;. .
form-for yourself very likely a' new,' the genuine union ot the life of man ; -
and very stern doctrine of sin and with .God. If there Is one place Inwhich '
virtue. .The old doctrine of a forensic no deception I* possible It Is "

I justltation'leforeGod> wa an'ad. In' this relatton *of life with God. c
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mirable thing to look,at.'but It did Whoever-the healer may be;'the -prerequisite -

'. not work\i-very- w.II.eltber. for the to success is tbe sincere.de r '
I ,justified or for his family. Those who sire of the patient to. ,be' .helped. Thero-.v. i 1&'Ono"Bromo. -
than the desire' of having S '
deemed themselves "saved" very Greater t T ar +
often,failed to posses the homely virtues one''"own way,..and of cherishing ,
of cheerfulness-kindness,jcouri one's own .foible, 'most be' the1 desire Qulnino"
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;; .age and forgiveness; while many who to'receive;; | thatt more abundant life- .... .. "' "'-". .
3 + were; obviously ."good" wera.not,con- that Cbrl.t',came'to bring. ? I>
scious of salvation.-; 'The'religion of Therefore, while OD the obe hand That ',aLa
; t to-day. gives: .tbe .,a nulnelY' "good": this:1 Is only a system of therapeutic, :, +' /-teas-.Moi"ION'fV.lee Tf"i. : i 'xMCN !

man' his due and placards their on the other It Is a system the sue : ,- ......."IDir..HC raIllLY. '''.
proper place! these hattul-aln et nn-; ces of which Is so intimately relatedto ; xatve Bromo QuinIne SOYC. ) cHlLOIK. 'if''
kindness' Intolerance/- .moodln, the altitude of a- men's spirit to- . I ".. woMaarml.sgasNMo' .. ., "', c ,
? I' =... I ... ....., '
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tt'
ward the IDllnlte'that It becomes'
ear'tr'Oaifa.
worry and hardness of heart It t. a L on* re oulrJ ,
,, great-service that any sect;;bestows matter I' ot religion "' W1D'Jr7rfi-IpDrsta ,.-;. &"1:; "....... :", t i i'Ja
''' wbem-tbat body of people stands forth ; rtCIff:
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Jr.,, '''to proclaim that.the.Ills of the flesh : by Ttr'; Frank'Cruse' Always' renembe, ",the foH ,.&ID'. ,Loo 5etor 1"rN "' : : ntJii'lJ.a.. r,:
A Epigram '

r'..'.: ''and have tbat an origin: th., thought In tile ills*.that of the issue mind' In Life Is a perpetual choosing; the J ; kola signature ba .very; beat 'J..., .(!) 'r. ...W.L. ",,"a O -.*'lit fiR a.oaga itfu .nealual- -PrIDe...... "-,.,t. }.,.,:ij ,
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'.::. these,,bodilyWs,: are'sins,.against Us road to. branches off at every step ... w raw "M !" iMnfe'.r. .
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of State. Senate" ... . I t 110 1r

n...". Membeaoflipu.eofRcpeeentativea. . ,1& 00 South Stables.
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For D... ratio Primary .Election Hherllt . ... ...... .. ... . ... . : .B 00 unnlH' r rr..t. LEADING ...

ij Ocol CotmtYt, to Be Held Clerk of the Circuit Court .. . . . M 00I f n ..,

Count V A._or of Tan . .... . SO 00Tazdudeoar INRRAM Proprietor
.4ay: 1,9'h. 1a, aadJniie I ... . .. : .. .... MOO 1 CANDIDATE '

16th 1908 ,: Cgohty, tnprdnteodentof.Poblie. Inptrutlion . ......... ...........:........ ..;-_.._........__...... ..... -..--.... sIi I I.

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County; Rorveyon..5..1. r. DiAYj
IwrocrethCommtte@" *"f ()NeCOIUl ,
TIe CountyTraurer .,.' ./ .... .. .. . 400(1HapertlMtrnf LIVERY 'SALE and BOARDING i FORUNITED
I Ktnta ..f Floridaherby. . call ,
l Countytnlhe RrglMratlon .,. "_i . . A 00
and proVliJd; (or the lioljlliif) of ItnnwmUKPrimary County i'roeueulhig Attornof.. . 'HI) 00 I t'hoa..IdJ I
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W olUm to be held In a.fA. .....ulll'.1t1l. 8huoItummimaeer.! .. . . .. B 00 i

? dl . Coiuit'CommU.loD 00 'VeIl Cquilped wLth Now Stook and Vehlcleti and
rc iil.f potUnc plane' In laoh olnctlnn .
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i Jnitipe ol the Pcne ... . . . tOO

trtat: ,dHrtng the hour fed. !pyIW, on Tuw. I ICouatablo'I .. .. .. ., .. . .. '. . . .. .. 1 00I lrcpa'l'ed td mectal1.dcllH\udl'l. with POI'feet Sat1nfaetion. ; .
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...,.. the mth dar of, u.y. A. i-.ii!Will, for iliaMomloatUiu I I Th Campaign Commllee met and appointed. .

of nit Demonralln cadklatol' t foroeloe. the following. Inspectors. and clerk toaem at the STATES

state nod ()ol1a *-.to be voted for.Uy the Coming piimorieatDltrlp i : .

Demm'r.Uo rk-clor *l thu irennral i1Hon laM ( ?:.o.1;: HM. 1'li.nn. In>|>ectAr.O. S r n e HEAVY HAULING A S_ PECIAL TY. "'.,
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hrld' mutt '" '.eml>or,and to bn appointed !Ii/ W. Alilon SENATOR't
Its WethcrlHKi f )twwwK. "" """"' M
DenxrrUoQovornor. of 'Florida ItttvuinIliodaioofaald ,
the
r .. 41.. J. Bitrucii, C\1.rk.\!
Primary Kk nll n enl! Ihe Llm.

far hnldiuK. Ilia I'rlumry HiwllonlnA: )). rilO.I'BM / IMiilrl!.t >o. 2.-B. E, l Ivu)', In.i.Utor.I'ed .

.lihf. that .. *eunrlmr ', nw.- Thou ." ROLLINS COLLEGE.

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t dar, the IIWi day ..( June,A" I>. urns! to <.lummtbntirwn : J. II. Br oaoll. tilcrk.Dihlru .

1 iho two .htcheit. candidate* fur.u>r ofUr FLORIDA! OLDEST COLLJEGE. .
: t No. 1.-W. W, Cliuk, Inspector
!. .here nomination "hall not li.Uerltoii"e Imm, W. Hlade .... (College, Academy and Sehoolii of Music! Egpreseipn, Fine Arts, :Domestic 'I eStands
tint Primal
ir, Mile by majority Joh.ln ) 7.. T Rile and Industrial Arts and Business.Caraeirie .. far These Principle :

and at slob aenonil Primary K eft Ion only R.>'raond ,Lnoler; Clerk. Hall and thlnt men'. dormitory now going UIII: "l,.clrlo lliflilur. meant. and l rll"". .
meh elnctnni were unaltflnd lo vote in flnl health, condition flue l1'muMhun. ilhlttlc Held I..nl.oourt.,
u
htat; 'terse faculty iT'ort ; | Coartrol tit I.(.>re.ale Tarricre by latir./.f.
; Primary ..I<<'I'lIon..eh.III", pi-nuluod to rouTh District Nor. '.-T. >JII. Krr, 1 unwclor.UrlunV wdlniuks.. hawball and h..ket.tt.1t "team* rhunploni of Florida this ,,,ar. Nearly' quarter of a
million dollar endo ,'nieiitj cxiNmrc ra* at"n.hlr. 'ChrtsUsnrot tln.to"omlll.llon"l C..mero. Ce .. rl... r;
toren and oondlUiuin 00.which 'legal h .rr ii !* -
Eloet.renleriogtoheooldoywlndld.tmIareteTote II. H. Pirelli ; allude. torCHARACTER ''.. F.v.r. I.CIC ..'T...

*...'helwtii.u* hall, he regarded and I). V. Floyd Clerk.Dlnlrlot .' CULTURE CONDUCTNext s.*.*. for Tmwitt Bevielon. ... Ba>.llt* tel

akm as proper aumlriof the 1)e_.... le Fle..... Par...... ... FmU .43re>we, ...l.lGe .
I entitled t,(. IIOtIIIISa Nti. |.;"'iMit naullnion, Ini.|.ectu October. For catalogues address tie 1'resident Ij
r.rty. and therefore per \\.A.Kubanka '.' cession begins 0.1, .. Egypel.. << > /*.. ,

r audlxMttiidldafe. livforaand rote atlurhrlw I.. 8. Blount WM. F. Ph. D. Winter Park Fla. 0............ 'A.....pr/MI.. I.LL'HolwtII. ./ *

tiov.srwafolluwelv I Younic Tltulall CI..rk.ooIrlc" ., LA.CKM.N ..d RlT.r. ..* w..... ..
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Tt1esewudonly. HIGH pcrsuns, hull lift IsnOittd ; I im 0....... to Traet ... aU M....eUe..
nc v
u lK oine' Carr4Wntss bt for tir t<. rote f>\, t No.rO.: R. Ha.., Inipfclor., . \Ii

aturpHrlli-lpatn. lu Mm managomoDt, nt any H. II. K4rtlJ. .. - P.. ._J fC.rr..F. R.I.r


|pf v. l primary. Florida. denttoo. who are hold.'bl I bt M the Iwmoeretto>> l IN>>ttmoeraUol.art."",101'10,, .No17. ..A.A.Harrcy llartow Clerk* '4 ship sw's AI section a,of r 29;111>aofr10eleaacfram el; leaM from; 1 L. G: Partln Oaear-M1 Hewe' 4 of Notice of Application for. Orderof .... ......................u.. ..r............., '


who declare *lulradlirai oe to the principle* IHnUilot. -B. II. Alderman I< BHKtor" < of nw'4. e'!, ' "wt! and MiVi of Mction. 17, Sale. . .. . .......... ,
.ud ont.nlMtion of the lemoeralq) fertjr" -uaMonal. A. C. Vrlglil Jr .1'of"',. section 10. se!j or tiw'4. ...." aecllon'JO - ... ;'

.i flute and count*-who arehrth* lawn W. P.; UndcrMII : a1of. .w"and ne1"
of th. State lawful elector of tho dlatrtrl In C L. Edward ataw Honorable County Judge In and for the County: of t
H. Chandler.. Clerk. .hlp. :Ifi ant r dJet lane from Yate*. et "
which they offor to vote, who hive |1..ld 1 'Iholr DlstdetNO.-H.. 1*, Tlndall 1 unpPetor.K. !4 of.'i section. T and nwJ4 of n.!' section. ; Oaeeola and State of Florida at hi* office In the '*

poll tags locally. due not last than tan day" .Li.tnon. i IH townnhlp *:> a of r' III.!' ; leaae from Walter" lla.. 'I Court HOUM In Klaalmmee City on Saturday the
Election l. held and wno kh day of May, A, D. low. at lea. m., for an order :
inoh '
before Primary (1. \\ Bent 8r-w1' oA aw,*.M' of awns and all that part of PARTY FARES !
l lectnr >l dfo In to Mil at private sale. all of the rurht. title andintereat a.j
hall whoa eh.Iollved, >y any i John E. hnnla, Clerk. ne'i! f.f .wV\ and *>l section US lying south of
I writing upon[ oath ....,..1''. au .doctor' his riirhtof way of St. cloud Susrar Pelt Railway of the eatate of TbtHS Baa, decease late.

honor to abide' l>r and support' llio remit' of Ilyonlorof the Urmocratlo Committee ofOwcola lot a. .. ft and th*.'i of ...'4 of section 2": iota I, of said county and State In the following de i'

,Inch primary. .anpport the nomlnco thernol County, Florida. thus Ith dar of April :A Y. 4 and ae'i bf ne1 f and *eU aection *%'nl< and eeribad real estate to-wit: EFFECTIVE APRIL 3, 1908.
A. I). 1_. T. M. NUBrHY.. i' l".j
All Section 8"
Twenty-two: 4of 8W ,5j Section
Each olnntor the rminly,<|n.llnod to rote I In aw-'.. and w'tof ac'j and .*'. of "'. of Mellon '
Attest Chairman.T. it>all 1\\ of M silo all of aw1 ofM.wLf ; Twenty-fourj all Section Twenty.slxl. ; Lota One. -
t aid 1 Primary Election, shill"". the rlhllo In township a r '
: "... for tho following ofllren: W. 'liILI: !!, kevretary.MASTER'S' of no'fof.'t lying aouth of right of Four. Five and Six Section Twenty-elo-ht. AI' t For:= parties of ten' ( 10)) or more traveling -? '

Five candidate for Prenldontlal. 010111<1,.,. .' war of St. Cloud Sugar Belt Railway and no1, of Section Thlrl-'oul'.nd.1I. Section Thlrty-elx. In, '' "* 1 '

One candidate for UnllM 8l.t<... Senator aw'. of section township 2;;. or r SOe, also" all | Township TweAty-nlne South of Ra...." Thirty* i together on one ticket two ((2)) cents per ,. . i'
.
SAuE. one Eaat. Containing ItrnH.ltl! acre more or 1_. _,.
fractional 1 and. 8 jrt of 2'J I
One candidate for Itcprooenutlre In <:onreur sections township a r 1 1 .
Under and by Irtue of a decree Iwuod? nutoftheClrenitCrerl e, also. w'" of Motion C township J6:! a of r :.1 e; Said lend being owned Jointly by Walter. lies mile per capita: minimum! per capita fare ; 7;
( : Sr. Oaeer' Baaa and the Mid estate. and to be sold
2.: VI :21)! )
altea'tof.f! aection of
( the. Kcttnth Judli 'Itl township a e '
06odl.I."", for Justice of the 8u|>romo i> '
for the ..
Mttlernent of the ta. Interest in fifteen ((15)) ts. .
that 11. n..r the railroad tease 1 from' A E. I con
Circuit of thu Fttto of' Flarlduu and for the ; .
Cart, __. ,
Mid land WALTER BASS. Sit.. ;Sa.
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Cftiuuj' of O.'t'l.lo.tllng\ In Chancery Wh.le''TIe'4. neV of.'4 and .4 of aeU section
for 0 .
One candidate
overnor A* Administrator of the Relate of Tim. Bass. These rates to the and
< | are public
C. w1 and nH of i section \ land all that open
ne part
One _adldalo for Secretary<< of Btatc<< dated April 'WI, I! "'. and filed In (lie Clerk'foflt ; u -... I ..;..ti
of .. '1 of aection, 8 that Ilea w of canal township 26 a of
Oneeandldate. for Attorney Oencral, aaldCouri and for unlct county: on .
.W also all of the timber.. action township i- apply between any point on the
On. candidate for Comi>trolli<, thnlKthdnr of April' 1 1'ilw. In a curtain null r' e ii
One candidate for Treaanrer therein tH.ii'lIng, wherein' XV. Inwnncnd ai 26 .of r30e.' ; aim lease from W. C!. Baaa-tola I I.U. I. i .

One candidate for !Bupf rlnteudent of; I'uWio gn.ldhao.ckol.' are 'omplalnnnt mud C. {!>. ". S.' 4..Ii, d. 7. 8. 0. 10. II. 12. la 1.; Ito IV; le. 17. IN. IM.JO. Boy will be Boys .

t .Joatrnction. Carroll el al.arc defendant end herein CU. : 2. 88. 84. 3Ii, 116, 87. W, 81'. 4('. 41., 42. 43. 44. 41.4n. and are always vetting scratches, cuts, ATLANTIC' ; COAST LINE. .t ;{ r :

,1 ODM"eandldate.. Commlwiloner. of A grlrulture Carroll ot ai. are <*romi-comilaluaiiu,and H'. Klowuxend I 4Ta..hown by plat of Eden In aectlon 'H spraini bruises, bumps, burns! or ,.
ft al. are f.MMI..fe/ld.oLl.1 will township. 35 aof r We: also' all ..'{ of nwU' of scalds Don't neglect suda.tblntrn

On* candidate for Railroad Comralatloutr Roll 11o the highest and bent bidder for Cash at section 28 township 21.of r 211. that ilea a of they may result serious if you do. I'or tickets, reservations 01. Inr"I'III,, )In'-culi on nearest Atlantic Coast k

..jUO..qdlclal fur Adjutant General. public sale In front of, tbe Court house door right of war of Atlantic Coat UM ral'road. a* it Apply Uallard's Snow Liniment ao Line Agent or ;

Ono omlldato. fur Stale.. CheraUlVa at Klmdmmce, Florid, during the legal hour now run through maid forty,alao all that pert of cording it/ directions Hunt away aod '
;" of .sale on the flra1 Monday in June, UiOft, all net* of.a'fanda'iof nw'i! and. .*< of aw'i.! u It will relieve the pain and heal the J. iv. cAim.". 1'. A. TAMPA. KLA. J. o KIHKL.AND. D. p. A a C'r.

.oaiidldaM for stab Attorney olQtliottcrenth the right title Interest' and Calm of C. D. Carroll lie on the north Ida of Shlncle creak aa It now trouble. Price 200, 500 and Hl.OO... :Sold C.WHITE.-O P. A. WILMIVOIUN N C. W. J. CRAIG P. T. M '

Judicial. Circuit: the Nine4.oth and of this .(ate" J. M Potter, deceased runalhMetlonSJ township 2!a of r 29 e; all of by Roberson's.pharmacy. _ _
One candidate Senator fixjio u
In and lo the following described '.ad..I..ea the above subject to" the term and loondlUona of

One asdfd.leforIfemberof Olatriot, 110.... of Rep.. and.ertlflcate of caMUl. Block of' the NatalBtaeg said leaaea. A lows.part of ald l***. as I* ... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... s1a1Ml
...
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tea shares shown I by Ut.a. been .worked and a
Export Company No. (V22 for sri
_. 0..""... t
"fu/Oounty of the tr rain of lioa.. larcepartof. aam having nearly expired.AUoattbeaanMtimeand : MA OM. .N .T MAOM. e
One Mndtdate" Judge,* '
.. place the followingdewnlbed
The following deaertbed laud and leans 1
On 4Mltdat- for BherIRQuaandld.NforClerk 'In' '
real Mtate altuate Orance '
Ituate In Onoeola Florida Till
County, '
) of the Circuit Coort County. State of Florida to-wttl The wed MACH 'BROS.
1 townhlpUaofrOleitheawWof
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The n.4 of the ne'l of eeetion -
On* for County Aocuor 1''aHa.. '
candidate .
f %* of aectlon SI townahlp a of r Me.AUo .
.
the neM the )'
On*candtdato for Tar Collector,
land situated In the
the "
of the nwU. the Of the !4. the .i< of thewX. foUpwInc County
nwM aw
One for Buporlntvndcnt of
y'ublie o tnatractlou ndldat County' the nwX of the-!S. and the.> a* follow. Lot Block\ : S7 and Lot I Block M In Livery
:*,ODe oandUUto/ for County' Burreyore of the aaM of Motion It township 25 A of r 18! a.the of and State afore ;
the town Itllltewn. County
:
1;,OneoaodldaieforCoantyTreaaurer. .%of the wM. and. the nM of the _*4 of aeetkM I
s 14 townahlp ZS a of rote;; the nH of the neti, aid. -
of RegUtmttoa WOOD---DRAYINQ
One candidate fqrHnpenrlaor
time and Certificate JACK
Also at the came place DIAMOND
Attor. the.Mof the ...u. the no's' of the nw Wand the "* "* ,
One caodldat for County Promentlnal Ho.5Z2 fur ten. hares of the par value of SIM
'. eW of aactlon I township K s of r K e.: the nw.U! r rg'
.. ta. ?o1" is New and We win
: .
,. ; '"' ; each of the capital Block of rout UeivgatM. at Lugs to the. National Con of the nel"f. the n4 of the awn th. w'f of the w 'r) JEWELLERAnd "
'. awK' the ws) of the wH and. the _){ oftha aw. Export Companyffli; < \ \ .:r.i""I/o . Render\ Prompt and Satisfactory Service -
"all_. / ,V:; ?<*Ei Icrmn 01 silo oub.!', J\J":!\ ,

Two." Deletatea to the Natlou.l Dittrlot Conventionhoot of M of totnwM BMtion of 24 action townahlp%! townahlp 25 s of r 28 28.*a.'of the r 8H nwf!.; >"'fI..),'._....1'".f i.;.'ti"Y'\\,."...,.,.., F.. KRIB89..".7,' I,I :- Bicycle Repair Shop.) Day or NI ht. All Kinds I

tae Second Oongreiialpual ,
One Member of the Democratic national theew'iofaecUonlandalleof! R. R Mailer In Chauoeryj Next to Sunny South Stable. 3 )Heavy lIoull )g.'i"t i

eemmlMaoJOneMevberof 111"".'f_of ails section 1 In Unrnahlp H I of r'89 e. --,- '

J the" Ilemocratte'Btat.>> Com I the n wH of the aw5.. the n>i of tha;.w>4 of ami. In AT BEAMAN'S: OLD STAND. PHONE 113. i" 1

tint A township tI\ .of I''211.; the .'{ of the n.'.. Chancery. JOCaocaocaoooc3OOOOOC
aI" .
", ... . J M. WiLt-SON JR.
School' Board, the. .U .. Ua.M.ftM _'fof section ltownahli. ,
.
eleo..o eaoJi
Krerr Coonty, la the Circuit Court Seventh l
Diatrlot kh ll hare the right lo vote for one .2S .of r 2> .; the ...!i of tot .....,'. the Judicial Circuit, . J In Chancery.Oaeeola :. -

eadldatefor Member of th.'" Uoard PnnlloInetraMlun nw>i of the _' ) ot>c ;0d000OO0000000o j jC.

28.! the.'i of the a.u of section 5 township 2U* JOHN P. Lawns 1 | STATE .'
from uch I District .. > BIU for DivorceCU4 .., AT LARGE.' J A. CARSON J. A. .
T CRANFORD
of r2 01; all of action t township 21 of r 211 .; .., 8L. LUPFER. t
Maq'egeotor la wh County Oommlnnlonnr .A E.:. FBBNCH iJtwi: ) Real E $
the e4 of nel'(and the.'.of _'( section T town- 'tale Agent Pre.ld.nU Vlee.prMld.nt. Sec .f ry.KIS .
.
JMatrfet *bal"< bare the right to vole for one It apprariny by aflWarit appended. to the Mil :
ship n of 29. the he1, of:all section 18
a r ; ''
candidate for Oommluloner from inch stated that Clara. III KISSIMMBR.
County fll- In the above cauM r KI.OKIOA
townahlpUaof r2 *;Lota I. 2. 8. 4 In block 1; J"
..OlMrlet.Biery. French Lew'" the Defendant therein named ta a
all blocks. I. 1.4. t. 6, ,. R. 0. 10, 1 I', all block UofPuklfer
elector la such Justice bhrtlcl shall non.ra.ldent of the State of Florida and U a real-. ,
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Park all block. IS. Iota L :X 3. 4 In block ,
:3iT tbe right to vote for one candidate for torn310 dent of 8abute...... In the State of California, IMMEE LUMBER CO.
I. Iota I. 2. S In block \ Iota 8, 4. B, t In block 10. i .
*of the Peaoe end one eengldt. lot Con- and U over the ace of twenty-one yean; It I* ,
,," lot a2. .. .. &.e in block 20. aU blocks I1. % 21:. 2t,
able ald nonTMldent" Del.....
<. fin euca UUtrlol.rry .. therefore ordered that : NUBIAN
29, M, 27 28. 2.. M. an the above lots and block.halo . TEA
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elector ihall hare the right to roc for ant b. and. la-hereby required to apper to the BIU
In West ""'Imm_ subdivision of aee-
,,,, two member of .the Dumooratlo llenalorl.tblalrtol of Complaint died In Mid cause on or betoe Moon ,
the 20 townahlp 25* of r 19.. excepting and. .
Committee.Brery day, the 4th day of May, A. D. IMn. otherwise. the ;
: elector la fJIOCb .lootloa preclmil shell aarrlna. however. t.Itenofrum' a strip of tend. 0atwldanowuaedatrbihtof alhwatlon.. of said. bill will be taken a* con f...... and Dressed r= Y
for railroadpurpoae Rough
; hare. the right to vote for one metfiber of the way I by Mid Defendant.. .
1lumocrUUeCounyCeinmltteefrout nohpre- *; the awU of ...U. aK of nw'!< of nw14.. It la further ordered. that this order..pubHahed [)
the ne' olaot. once a week for four oonMcuttv week la Tan fJ .
Id township W s of r 29 e: the tir'i.! the nw)" of Keeps Pine Lumber.
: gash person delrng| to hr bit name K_'MM"'. V&I4JCT OABaTra. a newvpaper' pub ; '
n.M and. begin. 11chalar.of ... corner of tha aoHof _
printed oa the Primary Election: ballot aa a the _}< of .....don S __hip Vi.of r ZII and lahed In Mid County and State. 1r
oaodldat for aay county office .ball' file with TItle March 17th 100H. You Well
run MMHioa.1 ehaina and 24 links to w aide of M
E. I
Chalrmaa of this Oommlttee Ct". or before L. rut r ,.
-,' h.9oth day nf'April; ''A.D. 19')11. hU noUoe Of Atlantic Comet Line Railway: thence northeaatery peal. Clerk Craalt| Court. 4r H> \
I parallel with said railway It ehalna II i ;
*n>1ldaoy and applleatlon to have. his a am.to : ttenoe) By Aarnim E. DOMBXIAM
halm and 5U printed, upon a blauk. to be lurulibed by J L MOON. Depot* Clerk.:.
r. 1 the action t townahlp 25.of r l0 e the n.\'( of the
;
aid Chairman and Mrompanled by the amount Solicitor for Complainant. 4.." It Is an ) SPECIALTYrur .
...U _U..I. township 28 of r W ethewKof; : l'
__ of hi* eaamnt aa apcoiBed below, and. no \
_ .w'/i! and. the All.of *w J such .1.A. i
t. aam.of any oandldaM thall be printed Ideal
or counted or returned' printed. of r 29 eitheawKof awl of nwUSea.: It town. Master' Sale. vP
.pe. upon ...Ip 24 a of r t11 e; the w\i of nwK of ...'4 Bee.'.14 ,
La,- ash ballot anlew this provUloa shell
.bar. been ooraolied. with, said Chairman shall township. 25.of r 2.a;the *wK of all section 19 Under and. by virtue of a decree -of forecloeure ERS 1 Remedy for NORTH KISSSIMMEE.: PHONE NO./. 1 4
township 2S a of r 19 e;the nwJ i of nK MOtIon ..
J Immediately thereafter fnrnlah to each De".. and sale. .beoed out of and under the .. of the 1 ,
spap.rpnblahdIn. said county, Hut. of all K townahlp 23 I of r 211.; all eioUoo. 1; the eH of Circuit Court of the 7th Judicial Circuit of the t

'vm.a whloh bare been *o Bled aa eandldatea nel". of_.tIoa III. the aJi of nwX eacUon \\ the State of FlorIda. In and for Oee.... County dated Constipation C.

tot neh offtM : nwHof ..!< aectlon 2*. an In townahlp. 11Iof March SOth. W08. la Chancery ...tU.... wherein ceaTAne' W.Orifflnj 1 '

r The ....Uo.la sod Primary. KleoUon shall be rSOa. Jane If. A. McDermott la Complainant. and Julia = = : [i

by ballot prepared and used In aeeordanee Alao all their rlicht. title and ,Interest In McCMIand. and W, O. McCMtana. ere DefendantaI It 4 s. ;;;J
and to Ute following hen Sub-tea from D.
; end beat
will laU.' ebb: oeUry te the Mrneet
of the State Election "
With and .tbs.....1 prorlaloa be printed and. distributed under Uwi the, C." l_.'ef na4.! the n'
'direction of this eomnltte, and on said ballot I" the n"el.'s and .M of .w% of.eetlcs1f.thse the _.......the lint: Monday. la,.... month r .

'hall be printed the name or all Candidates*I "of e'fc the nw54 of **" and. and a local .... day. within the least hour* of Itt J .

+ for ooooty office*, arranged la alphabetical or4er nSS ef rot I of _doG S' la townahlp. :r-z.of r 211II ..... before the Court booM door. la KlMunmee Biliousness Fresh Meats. r'I

t ; Ute wM: 01 wKof Motion 17. the wifcf! all, City. Mid Oeoeola County Florida. the folUnrlacdeaeribad ."
fitted the Campalga Committee
"'t a* by with allnbatanllally the awns" ..'iof >w<4 and **li of"on 14 the .. land., lying end. brine. altuate In aid andDyspepsia I !l

'.. general la conforraltT eieolion.The the ballot I wJr of...',and. ..!( of.w'iof! Mellon. lit town., County and State .....deMribed a* follow, vat I .. Deliuery Every Day at any Hour. Patronage SolIcIte6.gtrAeaHuAtaAr .
...4 In the
said Committee ball at .noon on the ath ship 2.\.of rWeitaenwKof _"-. the ne'i of The southwest quarter of Mathweat quarter of S"C. .. i-ss6t. ...rflaatksiid8riltrr8citlr. ....... ... ...-.A >."'. ,.t..,J t r 1
wH.. the alt of.'t.the w4! and. the nw"f of elf! Section"ft _Township Thirty South of...... . ca "
eetionS2towmhlo2Sof! - - .-' -- -- -- -- -
f nth the..)" of n>K ---
:
Talrty hree.KMt..
la meet at toe County Court lion.
r' tiiro are the retarn and declare and aH of Mk MeUon K: townahlp 211.of r:28..une acid ....... bang sold M the' prevetof ealdDefendanta r'

and,pahUclf eeorna have been nominatedbii ..."of nwM.wWef sane, nw" of albs. awns of te satisfy the note" and.morta-ace: ...... : THE GOOD OLD SUMMER TIMEU \
what candidate $2.15
'" .wWandnw 4 of nw ( .aoUon7tow.aMpaAa ef by Mkt Complainant together with the eoata of .
.*Jodty rote for each oounty 011I_ and lavtut 110 ea the.!{ ofaw" of aoff.aH of Inwl..j. and It II good WHEN YOU NMUI I S
aextoad! Primary will her .e be urt.'.,T......of*..._It. for the Lt er, Kidney 8tomach :\11
nme .
,
.wWef_'(of.wM Metloto M. nwK of nwMeti .U R,L JOHNSTON BeweU' and Blond.
fc ld, and the Chairman and.Secretary rol the wXef; nwWMettanl lb nVJ andl.tbewf .. Cbaneery.Bnoo .. 1& takes 'be 'Maw. ;
I Maater pines of calomel and lane '
'Ooa ailU .. llhintwo"dar. thereafter, :hall "at-" a.4 01.1 M ad iw',6! of aeJ(: ...... Oomplalnanf olleltor* no bad after efe0aIt . I, PORCH CHAIRS I. j.jw.
*. PALMra. i ( ,
Chairman ot; the State KxeonUr.Committee . ; :
:eertify to the 0q towsehlp011sofr10.7..5f etawlf, a" 'ofMUeetlon2a.nrUof I U needed in the
-. Spring Bammer.
the reenlt of aid Primary afleotloala MM Mctloa :M ........ -_= :
.1. ---- Fall and ,
I ami
Winter Women flv.rw
by Men JAe/ FWck\ CkalN tab '
aald lJ',ehowtng the result of elk r;.. ..of t'm. e;sea"."' --P_
WILLIAMS' KIONBY ren. T*. polCftllY ?..v_
.lae. .and shall alaoOertlry. / to the Chairman of U lofrIOOI.Jfof noli aeetion g1. wS of nwUaetlou .
( '' It II extremely palatablYIIII ohildre ...................... ..
te Hare you neglected yoar' KlduyT Hive .-."......:.. -
L- .aebr-a1r.;a 20'
tfeeaeurtlonal t pnamllteo township 4of It e. exawt, gush yon overworroar nernm system and hk it, Buy bottle fromRobeis's __ a.. _...._.............._
;.|M neiMlMat. ** for number of Congree* mart ef eald wt
: .- ianlUma.to .a.--:*adrnllDc. of the ....., UM* flee a rarttwwH ef neX.nwKef Rare you" pain la Inta*. aid*,beak, grata end a.rw...., .wsws.w..r 'I'FLOIIeA +

'. v..e.. .hall ...i Coat an 'to_DIF' sal(.... -)( lao*. eapeolally under the eyes' Too- frequentS Pharmacy :CHAIR FACTORY
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......&uoM\.Jc menthan i the J.e11l1. r >Kae(t*>eheMiVem Gee W Tbea-veeX ,.., dnlre o pas art_". Ifeo, William' Kidney _ j.

". rrt..arr. awl(eaataw sa............2A *ef r W e; leaae f nat Pill will. are. you -At Oeoeola'.Phirmacy,. 'I' Kisf11K1KR8Yt n..i ,

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