Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: May 8, 1908
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00332
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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,(COY: COUNCIL J Executive Committee of, Osceolal j The Railroad Commissioners I State' Board; your' Cervices. can be dispensed f- ,.

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Dear Sirs: l stated above the commissioners
the Case. ; .
PROCEEDINGS!r .We, the undersigned candidates agreed not to discuss this question I I .' .. .'. t
for''
county commissioner for District Orlando., FU., May 7, 1008.Mr. because they did not want to embarass "

2, respectfully request you to Editor any member of the Legislature nor .." . .
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the name Of E. L. D. permlt.\\ themselves, as would have been: the ,' I." '. ..
A Gty Scavenger is Selected I and placed on the official ballot The following corresooudennespeaks case.it .1 " ... ',. y,
was-Intimated in ..____...._...._..
primary to be beld on May I0tb 1908, i for Itself. 1 have onlv to add several directions J 1I
4+ Routine Business Transacted., for tbe reason that on account of !the i that the bill "referred to panned the ,,when we first reucomeoded the /I ., I ",

p*, Klsslmmee .Fla., May 5, 1908. Illness of his wife, he had taken his Senate on May 0, 1007 bv the enormous passage of such a law; that we'waoted I .f'.' ., I '

'-* The Council met In regular session wife to Green Springs for her health ; i majority of' 25 to, 3. and was' to create thU position for Mr. J. M. I
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'there being T. W. Ellis ,, and overlooked: the fact that April j i signed by tbe-Qoveroor-on May 10. Barrs of Jacksonville,.who had been F'

present
president 20th 1008, the last day for candl- The Special Counsel In number .
k ; W. J. Sears L. 'M.. Wbldden ; was Commissioners did not' lay the a of cases .. ,
/ dates to apply to have their names i matter before the until June 3. 1007. for the Commissioners. "
Wi Collier C. L. Bandy P. A. ,
Agnew, ,attorney, and J.; R. 911'I' placed on the ballot and that Ibis.) The question. Is, whether people{ will The Commissioners have been ableto 'L'! *
1 rb''clerk. neglect was purely accidental. It. havti i take the Irresponsible written and accomplish more from a legal I'' I ,
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I The minutes of the last meeting log been his Intention to qualify) himself ..' verbal statements of persona. who do standpoint the eight! or ten months ill 'C : : I :,' ,- '.
; read and approved. were in due form as a candidate fore j not know what they aretalklng about since the, were authorized to employ .. : .:

Reports of odloers here examined paid primary. or the word of men like R., Hudson a special counsel by the year than il. .
and .pproedJ'Th"fol1owloar ., Yours respectfully. Burr. Jonn I;. Morgan .nd'' Newton they had three or four years prior .

bills were approved J"T. REEVES, A' Bllich who respected ,,1over.\ the eW. :V : '

t and ordered paid to-wlt: E. BROWN. the Stat, Your. .truIT.. These are. simple statements of '

T ,. .. I ID Ol Whereupon the following resolution. i Louis C. MASREY. facts, which*ach member of this commission
P NqHS ......,aiurn.r.hal'l, . ...., M WIPC was adopted: . would be willing take oath '"
Hodna. ooata........ .. ... .. ... S 4(1JSK .Whereas, The failure of K. t. D. Orlando Fla., May 4, 1008. 'to. if It.were neeessary. .
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Robaraon, ., traaaurar. 10 OilBPDann.
......., aupt xI; p, .. 1M I 7 JKGUbart. aalary aa dark./ . ,*M 00WJSaara for,. District No. 2, to qualify Board of Railroad Commissioners. R.'HUDSON HUM I rJ.i"
Mary aaaMannan. ..... ... ... 2 "0J on April 20th, constitutes a technical Tallahassee. ,. Fla. . J. L. Mono AN < /
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Colltor. MleI7..aIderman. : Oil of the law the Dear Sir NEWTON A. .
Lll Wblddlarr.aaaldarmanI1..,, 00 violation governing : .... t BIJTCM.Commlssloers. ,
e C 1. Bandy aalary aa aldarmn .. .. .. .. 2 W conduct of primary elections and also Some of who '
those cane '
1gq T W EllUu......, ..aid............ ..'.. ... too violates the provisions of the call of ( oppose i my -.. I
W B Harris. Printbir.......'.i . ... .. 915EI..Imme.Td.pIp..Co.phon. dldacv for renominatton'. State' I
.... I 60S the State Committee and of the County
rent W. Endorsed.
thatI
Senator from this 'district Assert E. Irvine
.. . 17 Executive Committee but <<1. A
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% Val7rd.pdlc.duW.! ... ',.. ,. ... . Gal Whereas, It that the saidOverstreet voted In the Senate of 1007) ) for a bill > .' .
J M willaon. Jr. bond for tnutaaa. .... 10 (2) appears creating the office of special councilfor To the Editor of the Klssimmee Valley :
bona fide candidateand
1!! 48 Willaon.. Jr. .....,...claim .fiO OOit was a the Railroad Commission and OaEelte I
,t Laalay. clark. raoardlnc d.ada..t..., 70 that from the above petition his : -
Klaalmmaa.Drug Oo......lcine for Drtoonr.Vy JftS two opponents have signified\ theirwillingness then obtained the office for myself. It Gear Sir: I
B ......1_ rant council room .,, \ OOt I to waive his disqualification Is also Insinuated rather than At tbe expressed wish of some of
VUta Hank of Ctaatfnmaar Intaraat (g..Wu.lfund charged directly, that vote for the ,
my citizens, and because
1 our of
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1 Noah Praaoott. wltnca faa . ... /7M This is a local matter afec i bill was rot by a promise of the so- desire to do so, I take this method of I .H'-orne'
ArtimrO'Quinn. wltnaaafaa M called office. I ask you to state the brief ,JournalStyie
' 1411o.twrlahtwitnrf. . 60 I |>1ng only the Democrats of District exact fact about this! matter, and making a public statement of myearnest ,
endorsement of
Zaka Pheri_witnaaa f. r.u, do. 2 and that his two opponents are one among tbe ill ill
' ,,9' Mra Neal _..... .. M.J .- . 60l I he persons most Vitally Interested in oblige many candidates for many public offices ill I i N
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"Phat wan r fea matter very to be voted upon by our peopleat '

l Barry udBarrel.on.with.Y._ wltnoH f_t.aa..*..' -.
s W 8 Clay .urv y tor watarworka. .. 160 00 lances the said candidate's dlsquallIcailons 190ft.lion. done In person to many of -Jtbe: W
Tallahassee. Fla. May 6.
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people your county. is
be man ill
W. II. Makl....... mdM for atraat work 11'7/10/ disregarded and that his Louis C, Massey, Orlando Fla. E. W.
Maeh.. Hroa. haullna-.... II 00 name be placed on the official ballot, Irvine candidate for Railroad
a 8Ut Dank of Klaabiunaa." lataraat (atraat Resolved, further That this action Dear SJr: 2omftilBsioner. I do this not with the "
8 K'Oard'nar. U...and. (retaliation wwk. IN HMThurrnan belief' that It will I' Received.
of influence
Loll' aulomobila hlnr .. .... II OP of the Campaign< Committee be bad We are In receipt of your favor or change ,
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E H loIt...sat"" ...utotnobila hire (Orlando) 7 00 and done without. prejudice to the legal the 4th tnlt.. In which you state' that be views cf those who have had the
Walter Howard wood for K L P. 171 60 rights of all parties concerned. Is being Insinuated in your district opportunity know Mr. Irvine as
' | riaalnunaa. 1 Lumber, ..... for E L P.7W .. 14 M The chairman presented to the committee I" you voted In the Senate of 1007) ) well as I have; but with the hope that i '. "

.* So Florida.tln>houaaM'cCo.fndaaE Foundry,ahoy work LP. . .. 14 I OSH :.0 a form of the official ballot K bill creating the office of special it may possibly have some little .
J O.Chrlatophar to.!! flxturaa. E'L P 1(1 which was thereupon adopted and the counsel for the Railroad Commission weight with those who have not known .
tt, Standard, OU Co oil E: L. P ;t '" .L 2050Stan chairman was instructed to have the and obtained the office for vonmclf. him 10 long 01"0 well. I have known "
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Bank of ( _... E
Intaraat (
I fund) ... . mm following number of ballots printedby We note also that this charge carries Mr. Irvine since his boyhood. As,,a I .
Mack.. Broa.haullnc...I. . ... .... 605 the Valley Gazette: with It that your vote was gotten for boy he was noted for his sturdiness ill. .
W U Makinaon Co. rndaa E: L P- 4 SA For Precinct No. I. 1200. this bill by a promise of the office. fairness, manliness and good sense, ill ill

J R Gilbert.retarr. ... and.. oollactorKLP MOO For Precinct No. 2, 100. Beplylng -your.letter we desire to and, like the family from which he I

I> \* Florida Electric. : Co. mdaa for E: L P... 6S 4H For Precinct No, 3, 150. I' say that. the facts are as follows: comes, for Integrity and good business ::: "
JRGllb.n IrdghtforELP: 1 10 Qualitacations. In -- I
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--- For Precinct No. 4 150. lateryears
....... ift' Railroad Commissioners hadbeen
t C H Fountain, building ho -. eta cma The
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i Stanford Caraoa Onv_ mdaaHalnM . \ 24 \For Precinct No. I 50. ; hammered for a long time bv not le been known as one of the mostprogressive
HdwCo aanltarr bucket 87 63 For Precinct No. 6, 150. and and able of our commercial '
( J KOIbart. (.....ltt (....ICarr buckata). 847 For being able to secure' legal advice traveling men, and perhapsno I Widow
Precinct No. 7. 150.
Bury Padg.tt..alaty aa _""........ 11$ toO promptly when It was needed,, and in In Merry I -
nan the state bas
ittate Bank ol Klaahnmaa. iataraat (aanl'Itr For Precinct No, 8, f>O. nearly instance where a case given' more Ni
81 T. M. Chm. every attention to the study of railroad conditions -
i. .0.da;0fV..part Aw.eAod fund. ., 104 W T. W. KLLIS, Sac'y.MURPHY had to be fought through the COUI't.e.'IJ8Clar than he bas. 1 wish. : to earnestly
counsel employed' to" assist .
E 1 The city attorney was instructed to was commend him to the support oft.heEPleol
take up with the railroad company the the Attorney General by and your county. because Combsflferry 'j
Candidates. Commission I .
platter of opening up and putting In County with the consent of the there is no. man in the

crossloirs oo street leading to the State Senator:-L. C. Massev B. era. bo would serve the people ! c
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''ki lake. Ueaoham. The work of the office has been., in the ofVoe which be seeks more ::: fl.1 '.. :

f. ftlr-H. W. Il"hurDi.o.pplied for House of Representatives S. constantly Increasing and durlnt 'the fairly'or. erMtently: than E..W.',Irvine... -, ,. .., ,' ; ,. .
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reached tbe I
build house be used last few years had point Very "
permit to to as Acres Walter Bass, Sr. respectfully-\ ': ,., .''f' " ,
sample room oo Block 25 of South Clerk of the Circuit. Court:-A. E. where the Commission could not be ofanything MINOR s., JOKES.' : J"'J1 ; ..o:
r.l"lorl a Railroad Survey< same to bet Oooegan. j like: Its full value to the .

Pi \'bum of .corrugated. iron. After considering Superintendent of Public Instruction i people of the State unless they ,, could, 'Th. Vlllage Improvement. Society I ; ,

above application same was :-W. JSears and C. E. 'Yowell.I I ret legal, advice promptly and have will meet on Tuesday May, 12th. at iIIl iIIl'I'' '

unanimously granted.The Collector of Taxes:-R. T. Butler some one who would devote proper 4 p. m., at the Inn. A, full attend I ; ,
Council received bids for cav- i O. I Bandy. time to the conduct of litigation; .,1.hlatobe is requested.Paint .
anger as follows: Wm. Smith bid MS ,Tax* A'Ie..or.-.1. L. Overstreet. Attorney General, failed to do, ance .. : ;

per month Tip Padgett bid $75 per Tre..urer-B. C.' Miller, J. L. therefore the Commissioners reo- Widow '

R month W. N. Clifton bid 165 per Beaman. J. W. Collier. ommended in their report to the Legislature i. I : -'J'': .

month. Berry Padgett bid $720' per Sheriff:-C. Buckels, Geo. W. In 1907/thatthe' be given the I : / . .. ;, .: \ : ,

year, C. L. Alrey bid 905 per month. Overstreet C. F. """aLL. < rla-bt..to employ special counsel, without : I . '11, "it'' "" . : ,
After considering above bids, on motion regard to the Attorney General ; ..
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County Judge:-L. A. Minx W. R J "
duly seconded and carried' C. L..AJ5e1 Johnston. whose duties it would be to advise the ., .... ."...' !, '

,, .. bid wan aooepted, said C. L..JtIt"e Prosecuting Att.orDey-.J.: L. Moon, Commissioners and to ''conduct all = ; );: ,; i \,'" B OWS t. 'r ;11';,", .'/-., ,.;
) to commence work on let day G. F.: Kflbbs. litigation brought by against them I := ,
of June 1908, and to report to the Commissioners such Counsel to be employed by the = '\ 1

marshal at 8 O'clock a. m. from June District No. 1-E. L. Lesley. commission at,, such salary. as they i. ."
7K 1st. to Oct. lei 1908, and from Oct. lit, District No. 2-E.'.J..BrowD.J. T, might agree to pay, his services to + 1 1c ill \ .j .

fj 1008. to Ma ,t., 1009 at 7 o'clock. a. Reaves E. L. be devoted tothis.work. :: . , \,
D. Orerstreet, a -- ..,...... ,,_ ... .J
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m. District No. 3-W.,II. Mann, G, W. The bill creating tpeolal counsel e ..__._..__...___.'11".. ...
r The clerk was Instructed to draw Batton. book the matter' entirely out of the '" - \

warrant on school fund 10' favor of District No. 4-.John B. Batsden, hands of the Attorney General, whereas ,: .

). Osoeola county for $1O4 .AS part due Elmer R. Bass, W. R. Godwin, the old law made the Attorney
by j'JtT for. teachers' salaries for press Henry Hancock. :. General the legal adviser of the commission

eat te1'm. District -No. 5-f. H. Walker, with the right to employ Dorothy Dainty't
The following tax sale certificates G. M. Hubbard special Counsel when agreed upon by 1. .

; ; were allowed redeemed at face value Members Board of Public Instruction the Attorney General and the Com ]w )
without' interest, parties redeeming to : missioners. The new law' creating

'. pay 'legal cost of cancelling same: District No. 1-W. C. Bass Hpeclot-Counsel however gives the 4

, Certificates No. 200 of 3rd vof August District No. 2-B. E. .Brown, P. O.Cromartie. Commission the right to call upon the Ribbon Sets '
1800; No. 103 of 2nd of August, V Attorney General to assist"any time I
1897; No. t4{ Of August 1st, 1808; No. District No. 3J. B. Tumblln, that they should need his services., and" PaperImprove w ', :

106 of 7th August 1899; iSo. 113 of C. H. L. Chandler, Sol Raulerson. The Commissioners purposely .1
, Oct. lay"1000; No. 86 of Sept. 2nd, .
Supervisor of reJ'I.t.raLlon-A.: J. avoided making the po.ILIon.of and protect your house.I .
lOOl.-fThe( foregoing certificates cave Booth C. W, Griffin, J. .A.. Lan- Special Counsel an office because it will be pleased to bring-) 1007 I. }
Lot .
4'
erlug 12 Johnson and Prevatt'asubdivision .... ..
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caster. would have then carried with it a term sample books to your house and -, if I
. of Lots and 4 of BlockI County 8ureyor"J' W. Oliver. of years to be appointed for and the make any suggestions In t.helate.t. ::: I jI
I, Patrick's Addition. State Committee:-Arthur E.' Don- appointment! would have been by the decorations that you may desire.
Certificates No. of July 2nd I
291 egan. Governor arid because they wanted Drop me a card and I will cheerfully -'
a: ;- p '1894 and No. 204 ot Aug. 3rd, 180, Congressional Committee:-M. J. the right to Select a man in sympathywith furnish estimates on paper I w

an beginning 10 ft west of ne cor of Hicks. the policy of the Commission to and painting : ; ": ; : .:, ,
Lot 2,; Block I, Patrick's Addition. Senatorial Committee W. advise\ them the law and to '
upon =: '
"runs w 30 ft.,'* 105 ft. e 30 ft, n 105 ft.. Miller, T. W. EIlI. prosecute! and defend their actions in A Beautiful I. Une. Not

.. Certificates No. 202 of April 6th, County Commute: the courVand If It were found at anytime I. : I tt
t 189-/NO. ofllprll3rd1893; No Precinct No. 1-T. M. Murphy that such Counsel was not giving 4EDR0E A.ORLANDO. BAIIEI( t 'I' ::, rI

291 of July 2nd, 1894; No. 70 of Aug Precinct No. 2-J. U. Steffee, Jr. to the board the services that they .,

lstr 1808; No. 100 of Aug. 7lh 1899; Precinct No, 3W. L. Campbell. had a right to expect of him he could Two .A ke.
FLORIDA
No. 25 of July 3rd, 1905, on beginning Precinct No.-4-A, E. Whale,.. be dismissed the same as any other I .
1 135 ft s of uw cor. Block I. Patrick's Precinct No. 6-Youn TIDdal1. employee in .any department of the :::.' I. .: ,4

Addition uuus a 121 ft., e148| ft, n Precinct No. 6-J. W. Montdsdooa. State Government; whereas. If It badbeen ., \ .
fa I ,42ft ft. w 68* ft, s it. w 89 ft to beg; Precinct No. 7 H. H. Alderman. made an office be could not have WILLIAMS' KIDNBY PH.L, :y ,.' l. "
'also Cnrtlfloales No. 251 of Aug. 3rd, Precinct No. 8 ..ad" UaTe ; : ..or. I" 'I:. '1
-F. W. Hill. been dismissed at the pleasure of the title you neglected your ",.? \.1 .,. "
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1896; No. 13501 Aug. 2nd, 1807 No. commissioners. you ovarworkad your nervous .ay.tem and : . '.:
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106 of Aug. lei, 1808 No142 of Aug. Nappy Paper eaojad" trouble with roar kidney* and bladder .' : ,' ,
7th,' 1809; No. 152 ,o< Oct. let, 10UO: -s.Is It \U preposterous' for any one to liars r..n palm H.y.In 10 alt...akla back. . troin of mud tba ,. ,+.1 .'J', .
bladder a flabby
No.UiB; of Sept. 2nd. 1001, on north t soon turned to one If be hasto state that your vote was secured for P.oe. aapaclally. yon under tha aytMT appearance Too Iroquantdotira ,6.. .m. .:" .' "J' .
of'Lot l; Block. 22, Patriot's Addle walk the floor eery night with the passage of this bill with the under tonaainrluat If ao, William' Kidney 1
ttos.s0 a standing that you were to be employedas pllI..1II cur 'oa.-A& Oaoaola: Ph.rm.oy, ' "
The following certificates ors crying baby. McGee's Baby Elixir, Special Counsel for the Commission rioalWo. '' _, : 'f ..
,s0 were will make the child. well--soothe iu ,. { .
"- dered cancelled on account. of being nerves, induce healthy, normal slum but 'on the contrary, the >>1 . ; ..-:' .. ," :"
erropeous: No. 68: of April '3, 1893; ber. Best for disordered bowels and commissioners! agreed among .themselves .,; : 'I r' v
No. 238 or Dec. 2nd, 1895No.; 203 olAug. sour stomach-all when the legislature of 1007 1 '" ".... :. d" ., ""
r f r 3rd, 18B6! ; No. 115 of Oct. 1st, need It. Pleasant to teething take sure babies and convened, that they would not even w. L m Diizo? J ;. "' . .11), ,' ,

1900-;;No. 22.of Aug..l. 1004. cafe. Contains no harmful- drugs. discuss among themselves any lawyerfor ... 11 1 .__

Mr. W B. Clay presented estimate Price, 25 and 60 cents per bottle Sold this position prior to tbe enactment I, !f 1.
dfr oo cost of putting In waterworks, by RoPerson's Pharmacy of the law, and they did not, n ,
4 which was accepted and filed for futufutreferenoe. and up to the day of the adjournment
' of tbe Legislature of 1007 no''one' bad .

I '.There being no further business Teachers'"' Examination., been selected nor had ..position .It ;

Council adjourned, to meet Friday Ab examination of applicants. for been promised to any, '410', nor had REAL : '
: 8th 7:30 any one undertaken to make, deal ESTATE
,, May at : teachers certificates will be held at any ,
T. m.W.. Ems Pree't.F with the Commissioners to secure this
the house In the
court town of Kissimme .
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sj; K.:UII.BZRTt, Clerk., ' City Fla., beginning at. 8:30 < a;- employment and for you or for any otherattorney ,
,; no one was authorized LWaDANN'
ID t Tuesday, June 2nd, 1008. Applicants to'do&O. When the "
Meeting: of 'Campaign \Committee. will bring pens Ink and lell'alcap matter was taken FLORIDA lie
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f W, J. up for discussion the names of quite KISSIMMEB,. 1
paper.. .. EARS, .
a number, of attorneys were dlsoussecby ,
"y >/A meeting of the -Camp lll'lI Committee 19.21r the Commissioners and : . .. *;
r they decided --'- -- ;/ ., ,
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the
of County Democratic
I f'' ,; Exec to notify you Just as you was ROGERS'' 'LIVERWORT'' ,4 y "" .' '. ,r ,. .J /. :t"
,7 ,; tlve Committee was held at the of- :INotice: Dogs Must Wear: about to leave Tallahassee: THE OUTFITTER' a '*-,: "
Tags.
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stay
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. ;, Ig11pe of the chairman on May 6th, 1008. a day aDd have TAM.AND OANOHALAaUA ,, .. t.J. \
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conference
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.* *-T; M. Murphy, chairman T. After "" :; ,'
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; /, this date all dogs' within the with them and at this "conference >ar tha' enmptot eanut, Cou< A W' Kills\ ,' s.oretarynd: : J. W. Miller. town limits must wear their tags'or they: decided to employ with tbe Aalhm and aonebld.aud all LnniotnaplaiaUtcnillnf .:.'
',' ?.:'The following petition was. filed therwlll be impounded and -unless yon t* "" .. LlTarwarS, Tar sod ..
that
re understanding .
you were to give
.-with the committee: Wild rherrr. hum. for acoa auuitaliwdaaUbUahed so
I deemed within, three days will" be the commission )'ourme.\ and as. the raootauoD aa a aodir4 oovallmady. ,,-
J"A/ 'Mar 2nd. 1908. killed ;j,. c HOnqus.Marshal.. the matter stands, at tlmt ,. I It wmkaiM IM ovlum or .....,.!
"!o _Ute Honorable. Democratic. County '. services become any your dreg.eaab* even with aalaty' to '.....Id_ ..y...... ,
-f', - '" unsatisfactory this .frIN $14R, bold cabs br Oaiiola. Pbm, asy.A.. .
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: ,. :it fTHE CANONS I WARDp i Cl\&elJ.1ent.-'otl whole I should will prefer bo a giving short en-up :'n Complaint Filed Against Railroads A stitch' in Uimo: saves nine. +; ,,

Georgia-Florida Sawmill
by
'I II I something, not Inconsiderable your sick

:;v -.-. 4? .... self. You will only gain your fellowship Association. Save'manya srpellbry
OFD' MII ESS. i In fact, to tote It;:, tbat is.2u0 ) I' child
J I ORl TALE KOHEI J J fJI! .: !{ a year or so.." ,r Attorneys reprej :ntlng II. !II. Tilt ,giving the ,

"I hope I shall bo!! able to make tormlnc"'the--Oeorgl BAULARD'SHOREHOUND
.I and others '
e \ By JAMES PAYN. fJJ .:250' a year, sit by my 'own exertions .
ida Sawmill Aaeoclatlon filed
complaint

t'o'VI .. a..ase..reae..r ta.easo.. ( ," answered Adair, with a '
,( .. _ ..A.A AAM.AM *I A.. i m i . smile of (J'>II denct'. UP'J
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111'1 "No doubt, no doubt; still, as a Macon. Friday against the, railroads .: :

7 :*'i CHAPTER %t. 10 For once In his Ufo he took no ho matter of fact you would/ give| up of the Southeastern Tariff Association EVERY MOTHER *,

"* lice of their salutation. that much." on1 account of alleged failureof -
f Continued. should keep euppllod with BalUrd's Horehound if she) '
to
"How old Mayors Is getting SyftlPi
The canon'wae not' repl.lng'to his the lldes fto make the ,
retinasevery wishes t
to nave her children from uertoun sick : Contains -
the said Sophy, "
"Nay, next heart. look! said of these gen
ono young fl'leud'ala much us certain '' Good
young Ito for. months of such
" 'laughing; ""t least," she added, tlemen. < e collections absolutely nothing injurious, docs not constipate.
the other's face other persons not present) to whom of freight charge on ,'lumber to children as well na adult.
trot 'quickly perceiving by ho felt: It would' be necessary to ntl- Ohio river and A oough often leads to consumption and should be checkedImmediately
that hen compliment had been taken C1IAPTKH uIf.Su.rean vance '"extenuating circumstances;" points the nest a* ,, I '
a.. serious and gone .further than come under the ruling in the famous
? not only to take, this young maa'eside .
ti abe had Intended "1 believe Borders ; Tlft case In which'a permanent In-' A Household Necessity. '
,
y
but to present the %lew of the
[
When Sapliy had ..e'n Adair com ,
are worn on the left hand, are they his junction ordered by Judge Emory l'
not?" ing up toward the G 't" of the. ,Laurels matter as seen clam standpoint. Speer stopped the of I J. C. Smith Houston, Texas, writes: "I have URI'IdDa.Uard's
"So far as the met Is concerned payment an extra
money
It for Horehound In family for the past
the she naturally took granted Syrup:: my
t l Hero the countenance of tutor, that he was coming In; but the fact ," he went on, "you may be :2 cents per hundred pounds few years, and find it far superior lo a.ny'othpr cough

which had been lit op with evident was he had caught sight of Mr. Mayors considered as the working partner, Judge Speer signed an order In the medicine we have tried. Kvrry household bJaould be

pleasure became grave again even going 'up the gravel sweep to who, though, he brings no capital' ,to bill requiring the railway lugs/ ;to j supplied with this worthy remedy." y

'to depression. As a botany man who he could knew make his rail, and though Adair little the concern, contributes the )raln.." show cause before' him-in Macon on The Delight 'of Children. 'e'
everything except:,
donbtfess have told her on which guessed his errand, ho felt no inclination This was a dangerous metaphor, May 12, why they should not be called I '
because It -ttfirtv Adair
suggested
follow In his wake. to the $500,000/ indemnity COUGHS COLDS'VHOOPINd
over
.to upon pay
that
aide medals were worn, but certain I CURES
under clrcumsta peoi'inlght
are'company three. SORB THROAT, BRONCHI
'Two are none. bond they made when the court
point remained unsolved have the use of the (capital but the !, TIS AND ALL, LUNa TROUBLES. y .
I. a proverb pretty generally ac- *
to allow the returns .
"I have ventured to come here, : of tho greed to, be
canon was unaware significance -
A Miss Sophy' ho said with some hesitation cepted; but when one of the party' and though it struck Adalr, made and the shipments (JO continue PRICE 25c, 50c, and $1.00 9 ,, ,
'
and another
Is tutor of his college "
and in a much lower tone a scholar a of the same,the truth of 'I ho took no 'notice of It under the tariff which was attacked AVOID ALL, =S."i I' I.
than was his wont;"at an hour whenI "Of course there will be a great by lumbermen A large number of .
the saying Is borne the scholar I
had reason to believe you wouldbe upon deal 6f cOlIsldel'atlon-3'cB-and consultation claims: have been established by the ,: )II
with
found alone, to say" a few words Sophy particular had good significance.grounds for her ," he resumed; "and oven lumber prdducers under the arrangements : Ballard Snow Liniment Co. u
upon my own account. if I take ward's wishes in this
my but it l Is now a requirement
conviction that the canon would offerno I
She bowed, but remained silent; matter for Mr. Adair I cah t\
opposition. Adair had laid his granted upon the part of the railway lines tha.ttb.y 500-502 North Second Street \
It would not have been easy for her nothing for certain (XL
say respecting
with too skill to fear make of what
plans great any- reports amounts
,to speak even'bad she been so mlndM this at !
proposal present. ST. LUIS MO.\
ed. thing of that kind; but he omittedno they have received on the extra tar. :t y
"Indeed, sir. I fell very grateful ,
to Insure
precaution success. lira
three months
k. life hitherto" he went on, Nothing could be more modest and that you should take the matter Into every

"has been passed in pursuits with apparently dlfljdent) than the termsIn consideration at all," returned the -
which It Is impossible that a youngwoman young man gravely. "It la quite as FIRST STEPS ARE TAKEN
which he made confession of having i
can sympathize, but, unlike fallen In love with the canon's much as I could have dareVl! to hope -- Sold and Recommended by

most men similarly placed, I am not for. But as to consulting others, Looking, to the Erection of Embassy '
ward. lie acknowledged that his 1 For Sale at ROBER-SON'S( DRUG STOI- E.
l wedded to them. I could give them, having done so was an act open to I I trust entirely, next to Miss Gil Buildings'' by Uncle Sam.

up without regret; and I think I am censure; he could even Imagine thatIt bert's 'regard for me to jour own The senate committee on appropriations 1I 1-- -
not too old to assimilate myself to'n.w view of my character It may be I
might be considered a breach of Friday took the first step look.
conditions. The In much too kind a one-Indeed, 1 feel 1i
very way
hospitality. If that was the view en- Ing to the acquisition of property for'.the KISSIMMEE
'fir which I express myself is, I am'well it to be so; but the truth Is, sir. I hRXVR
tertained his than i
by patron, sooner American embassy at Paris by inserting
aware unsuitable to the subject on have not the qualities that win pop
lose his good opinion he was pre-
advertisement In I
which, I would speak. I throw myself pared-though at a sacrifice of hap ularity, and elsewhere I can scarcely an the diplomatic
'al upon your charity to excuse all look for favor. Poverty and friend- and consular appropriation bill
piness which no one could estimate ROUTL
that! to make ,allowance- also for but himself-to give up all pretensions Icsaneas are passports to jour good appropriating $400,000 for the pur
many other things. I am a very will; that Is not, however, ,the case chase of a site and the erection of
to the young lady's hand. He
humble Miss but with the world at large, air, but far for
suitor. Sophy a confessed that he had reason to be- a building the use of the embassy STEAMER LILLIE, STEAMER It O SEA DA,

genuine one. My heart Is sound but lieve that hla affection was reciprocated otherwise In that city. Captain Clay Johnson, Sr. Captain Clay: Johnson Jr
not 1 hope the "You filial! have fair play, Adair,
hard yet
; you are An appropriation of $3,267 I
but that and alllow"a
notwithstanding .
Regular '.
.
weekly trips to Easstnftcr/ d return Roceada<3 leases Klsslas
first that has made be of that, said the
woman ever an sure
you may
supposing, In case of the canon's obJecting made for the purchase of the residence wee Tuesday morning and arrives I'.lfslmmco I Krlday . v
"Impression on It. For that reason, canon, assurlngly "I shall not be evening
perhaps, your Image has struck the to the match that she pre- persuaded to do you the least InJus- of the Japanese secretary of the I Spcal Charter Trips to Lake OUeer>ol>ce and Fort Mjere on tH Ulllk:

deeper into it. I have hitherto lived ferred to obey the voice of authority t I Ice." American embassy at Tokio, Japan. Comfortable accommodation for panaengets.: < Rates reasonable

for myself alone. When I am In to that of love, he would There was nnother prolonged) Still another addition! to the bill made The most picturesque Waterway In Fuorlda ;?
then bow to her decision and
d your presence the very thought of trouble her \\lth Importunity of never >auso. Adair convinced that he had by the committee is that of $$10,000 to For Passenger aud Freight Rules apply to

y self vanishes;; it seems to me that the peal. ap- gained his end, was unwilling to pay the expenses of representatives CLAY JOHNSON FJI, Proprietor

highest happiness would be to live I break ground In any direction The. cf the joint high commission of 189S Oa board "Ullle," KJfthlmaxMi. laT
It (
Perhaps was not altogether unnecessary -
,with you." that Adair adopted a note, too. he left Ma! companion to for the settlement of questions relating y

o' Though the tutor's style was some- : course so judicious and conciliatory his own reflections, the more likelyhe to Canada. All told the commit.

what high flown, and. as he himself Tor, though the canon had already felt he WOUld be to regard the tee Increased: the appropriation carried .

had said,\ unsuitable to a declarationof pictured to himself the young man matter as a by the diplomatic bill to the t::'

love It was not unsuitable to him; as Sophy's suitor, the Idea had beenalmost "In"case this marriage should take to the extent of $403,642 over the
,on the contrary, it became him while place, continued the canon, though- '
confined to tbe regions of Six Hundred Millions
amount carried by the bill as It
passed
"I
tully, people
his manner had tbe earnestness and Imagination; when It had escaped suppose you young
would be rather In hurry. I have the house bringing the total up to
.simpllolty nf It "bUd, It was aln a
_J from them, and been put into formal .
% he was i deeply moved. Nor w8opbr'a myself Bald that I am adverse to any $3.967.9S5. ,
shape; as In his conversation with Worth of Floods Yearly
,
long engagement but there must be
I : demeanor by any means sto- his sister, Its reception had not been '
nothing to distract the mind, such as LOST SIXTY-THREE ,
;; leal. She felt for him with all 'her favorable and it had seemed less THOUSAND "

artnd she felt Tor herself too. satisfactory to himself; and, now a honeymoon, before the Tripos. --

"Is It possible' dear Sophy; he that it started up suddenly before You must take your degree,. you Wells-Fargo Company Says That By Walter J. Bollard.

exclaimed' with 'trembling' joy. "that him full grown like Minerva, It gave know since your position in the examination Amount Was Taken from Train. t'a -\r- :
la spite of all tba.t Is to be said will .form your future credentials -
him a considerable shock. It la all The Wells-Fargo Express company ,
against '11'++++"+ T'Is estimated the United State geological that
me, you are" not .altogether very well for a: kind thoughtful man, has reported to the authorities of Tor- : t by survey
Indifferent to me?" Independent of conventionality to "I quite understand that sir, re- er : floods cost. the American people $100,000,000 a year In loss of

;, He had made a movement toward advance (In fancy) ,humble merit to turned the young man quietly. \ron, Me.slcd. a loss of $63,000 In I 4i 1 I 'i property while the mere menace of these floods prevents tbe
'Moreover, I should like to win my Mexican currency which they claim : 'development thousands of miles of otherwise valuable
her but ahe stretched out her hand high places but when bumble merit 4' 9 square :
with the'palm upward. to prevent it, advances itself without assistance spurs-to distinguish myself In the was taken from a through safe on : + properly and limits the usefulness of a far greater

4 '. ."That 1I am' not Indifferent to you and then demands his sanction ,to only way that for the present lies In their City of Mexico' train. The money +****+**+; area Great. 1s the annual destruction of property great '

Mr. MaV ra. unless respect' esteem the transaction he Is'sometlmes apt my' power-for_for "Sophy's sake." was consigned to one of the banks'of +**++**+*M*>*++++*} er still Is the lots by, the, waste of tbe water Itself. A conservative .

and even affectionate regard be indifference '; to think the step a little audacious. "That Is'well* said, observed' the Chihuahua. *+***+*** estimate places the water loss at' five times the .
.
Is quite true but I ,can. "If. as I gather from what you canon gently had n It appears that one of the: agentsof I value of the property loss. It the flood water of the United *i"V : #

never marry you." say Adatr," was the, canon's grave Though the canon thus quite 'the company boarded the express States could be stored' for future use It would be worth $500.000,000: a year to

:,'You think that now." he pleaded reply, "you have already spoken to made up his mind it was not free I train at a station between the City I I us. Therefore, it is safe lo say that, directly and indirectly, floods cost the

+! "I have taken you too much by surprise my ward' upon this subject, I confess .from qualms which his as respected consent to the Adair'soffer' opposition of Mexico and Torreon afterwards i .American people a total of $600,000,000 a year

; you are astonished at my presumption I think you have done wrong. to' meet with. He 'leaving the train It" said that he 'I To prevent or minimize, this great loss the engineers of the water resources "
was likely
: no doubt; and no wonder." It. was to me, and not to her. thatr I I branch of the geological survey have been for a number of years making
disapprobation was the only man who was In the
"No, no," .she answered, earnestly; you should have addressed yourself" expected some epigrammatic I 1 systematic studies of flood condition.on many streasms throughout thecountry,

k "there is no presumption., The unworthiness There was a pause which Adair from Mr. Mayors and a car who knew the combination of the and several of their reports have been published Attention Is now drawn to

Is on my aide not on purposely prolonged though he had word or two of quiet but decided 1' sate He, is being searched for, but I Water Supply Papers $os. 88, 92, 96, 147 Mid 1C2. Renewed Impetus was"given

!ours: But-do not 'urge it-do not In truth, long' prepared his reply. condemnation from his ,later. But has not yet been apprehended. to the work by the great Hood In the Ohio river basin In March, 1907 which J-
In this It turned he
out. was
:press It-(for she saw that he was Then he answered humbly: as was one of the two greatest: In a hundred years, the other !having occurred In
Sophy herSelf '
agreeably disappointed.
about to I "As to sir I have LETTEN GIVEN SEVEN '
..p"ak1.) am.-encaged to that not a word YEARfJ. 1884. .
It is true, did, not exhibit much +
s another," of excuse to offer. I might plead, The Ideal remedy for floods, according the engineers of tbe survey. Is-
enthusiasm when he informed her
"Engaged? Engaged. to be mar- perhaps some extenuating circum- Embezzling Tax Office Clerk Found the keeping of the earth's surface in a porous condition, so that the water will
that her lover's was granted.
'Ied T'" stances; but I do not do so. I was She was very far prayer from being moved, Guilty by Jury In New Orleans. be absorbed and held as by a sponge, and allowed to pass slowly Into tbe n'streams.

"Yes. It was,not my Intention to wrong." but her feelings seemed to take a re- Chares) L. Letten, formerly chief Vegetation Is the great agent that produces porosity of soil, and the

make It known-that is. yet awhile This was a sagacious reply, for trospective direction.She clerk In the office of the state tax most effective form of vegetation for the retardation of surface flow Is forest

But you have a right to know It. I what It Implied was that Adair;\ had threw herself, upon her guard- collector for the first district of New I cover. Forestation, therefore Is the'prime requisite for the prevention of the

r r have promised. Mr. Adair to marry only so addressed himself upon re- I needless waste caused by,floods.
an's neck and poured out her very Orleans, was Friday sentenced to j
him." ;elvlng such encouragement as few heart In gratitude for his long continued '1 The next requisite is the construction of reservoirs to hold! the waters so

1 "Is this quite fixed. Miss Gilbert young men could be expected to withstand kindness to her. It would serve seven years In the penitentiary I that they may be made, useful during seasons of low water: Nearly all Amer- "'

he asked in low despondent tones. ; but as for putting In that have seemed to a less unegottstlcnature after a jury had declared him guilty I Icdn rivers can be readily controlled by the construction of fetorage reservoirson

"Can nothing alter It?" plea, not even wild horses should that she grieved more at partIng of embezzling $100,000. the headwater streams. The cost nf stitch work though heavy, would be as

"Nothing." She!., sighed heavily as have torn it from him. The canon, from so true and tried a friendban'she Letten dlsapea.redaat\ hummer and I nothing compared with the enormous benefits to water power and irrigation

though she world have added. "I with Sophy's behavior to Herbert rejoiced at' the happiness upon the dlscoverey of the shortage in as well as to flood prevention and navigation. .

sincerely, regret to say," But when Perry in his mind, fell Into this trap that was awaiting her. There was his accounts a search for him was beI I S

7; he looked up with quick inquiring at once lie was vexed and bit his no doubt however, of her baying gun. lie 'was finally found on the i
gaze, as, If to ask what that sigh lip. but where such complete submission ..i
plighted faith with the young river front, where he had been attempting _.,1<- iF -
meant she repeated with decision, was made contention was
.JP
scholar and, on the whole the canon to summon up sufficient courageto I
r' "Nothing. mpossible. s
was not displeased that she displayed drown himself.
r "I .am' very, very sorry," he murmured "Your communication' has taken no raptures at the prospect 1 1I

n softly."And ; .me very much by surprise" he said. before her. Such subdued bliss he GLASS WORKERS TO BE DEPORTED I

so am I," she answered; 'I cannot say that it gives me-ahem philosophically concluded was more I The

"that I.." she put In quickly "sorry. unmixed satisfaction." likely to last .

If.you feel It so much, for your, dls- "It would be, indeed surprising Mr. Mavora received the Intelli- Alleged They Were Imported In Violation I "

appointment. There Is no woman In If It did sir," was Adalr's rejoinder. gence without one word of criticism of Labor Contract Law. I Orient Watching the

; :the world who might not be proudof "I am well aware that what have or comment. It was hot as his Secretary Straus of the departmentof

f an offer from such a one as you, said must seem presumptuous friend was well aware an example commerce and labor has ordered II ... J

Mr. Mayors; and I am very proud, deed, even audacious." of silence giving consent; but It was deported as contract laborers, fifteen $ Filipinos - .
very sensible of the honor would "Nay In the 'canon, foretx k
you nay put something that he to speak glass workers brought to this country i i
have conferred upon, me. We shall touched by his young favorite's hu- his mind, lie seemed to be quite
always be friends, I know:" mility. "Idon't say that. The absence prepared for the news and to bow to from Belgium. By Major George P. Mhern Director of For.

'"Friends/ r Oh, yes. It can never of fortune and family Is, of the Inevitable, All he raid was: "I I The report In the matter, !it Is said I estry In Philippines.' '
_
Otherwise," he replied patheU- course a ..serious.. drawbackbut; hope with all my heart that Miss Indicates fiat I labor unions, who'.emembers

cally., "My heart will be In your blood and money are not everything Sophy may be happy." the alien contract labor law 1 ;)rUST

keeping always though you will not As to the latter, you have the ma- Miss Aldred exhibited considerablymore was Intendet (JO protect, have resortedto i now the English French, and Germans In the Far East

know It.' Friends Well, I hope terial within you. If I en :':ot much surprise but also restrained the 1 iJoru> loll of foreigners as a I sneer at the American Idea of establishing an Ideal republic '

you may: never want a friend; but if mistaken, by which nowadays fortunes from' any expression 6f opinion. result, of disagreements with rival J in the Philippines They! say we are making a grave mistake -

, t you do-a friend In need-If I am are made; and I believe you "You know William. she observed unions. I in giving: the natives too much leeway The English In "

alive, you will know where to find to be a man of sterling merit. My gravely "where I wished her I India give a few selected natives a little but the
power,
one. Good-bye, :Miss, Sophy; pray, ward has some money of her own. choice to fall, but since she has made great majority of natives the '
FOR REVISION, OF TARIFF fa English colonies have'
4cr no
pray do not suffer,yourself to be so, which will ,be always hers; no one her' own selection, I have not a word voice In the government and earn little social
-
,moved upon my*, account"for the else, can touch it. So far her for- to say against It." recognition.
'girl was' Crying bltt.JilY. 'n.t ,had tune la secured.' : And you are'not a To be,Continued.The \. Way. and Means Committee May Hold The American: experiment! which probably Is the most remarkable -

thought $It would have distressed youa 'man to sit ,wltn your hand before Sittings During Recces.Representative the world has ever seen, gives the poorest native ,
the*same chance as the wealthiest, education being free
I would have "* Sereno of New to alL At Manila, Instead -
a never spoken. )'ou'and live onjyour, wife's income. Payne
: MotorCough.a oC climbing up a tree to see what Is going on, the Filipino citizen Can t
: "I believe It. she murmured? and "I should be ashamed indeed to York chairman of the committee on '

...... held 'oatl her little hand ,which he do that sir ,It is very, difficult fora The Dally Ma.ll.has discovered that ways' 'f>nd :means, Introduced a- resolution -, go to of a considerable reception of the governor-general and shake his" band and 'leave feeling

;raised reverently to his, lips.; Then, man In my position to excuse without the "motor-cough" Is "caused by the tn the, house Thursday: authorising importance While the 'representatives of European civilization
: without pnc. looking: back at her, he accusing himself:" ,but I should minute; particles of dust raised' by sneer, the eyes of the entire' Orient are turned seriously on thll'greaf\-
> that! committee the
to sit during
-.left,the room Md let himself out, at like you' to feel ,that Miss"Gilbert's motorcars which lodge themselves1 American experiment. If It succeeds there will be startling developments In-/-:; :;
door. recess 'of congress' and to' gather ,In ,Java, China, and India, not to mention other countries, ,The natives of India +
+ tie front ,Two Trinity men fortune baa formed no part of her the laryngeal :passage If people ,
'..t him;',la, Trumplngton street
horn and raised'their'caps. "1 am clad to hear it, and:'I 'be- can tbe7eipectf-Punch. of a bill for the revision' of:the, why cannot'I it be given .to us?" 'Manila' ,' today is swarming with Oriental.

It. ''.,t' tariff. 'v' from all East rn( cpuntrles for it la one of the cosmopolitan cities of the world. -
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BURLESON '(OPPOSES-- THREE-CENT" CAR FARES HOLOCAUSTScore l T nET S. ' '

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.. : Qeiebratod; by' .. pie .of Cleveland O-, i :f": ] i ; :Notes

f, In a, Day of Free Rides-Fight ,
Appointment ot Commission
Lasted Seven Years of People( Lose Livesin Made by Roads'? 'In : ?:,

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to Probe Cotton Exchanges. Fire at Fort to Comptroller G If, '"

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Ohio street cars
1& upon

WRITES HARVIE j R'DAN I the Tuesday so-called, Following war of the,, seven settlement years of In ENTRAPPED 'BY' FLAMES SLUMP' REACHES BIG.. I J storm Tobacco:'wMlch Crop.flatuj.eoneono-. Damaged.


t which municipality has been engaged 'flvo miles! "southeast of 'Tallsv-

i :' Texas Representative Says RemedialLegislation , President Dupont, who took Central d Air the past weekCaused "a, heavy .
.. Blaze Starts In Big Hotel4t Early and Seabo* ,1 Line '
Must Come Through ,. charge Cf the newly organized Cleveland the tobacco: Interests (in heat :
Company mldnlgitMonday Hour of Morning and Many of the Falling Off In Values of
the Regular Channels-Roosevelt Railway at. Several barna and "m-io

Withholds Report, announced that free! transportation Guests, Cut Off from'; Escape "Than* .***Jy/o:: Million/ Dollar.Eacli ot shading wertf utterly demo; ,

would.be granted the people, for Were Burled'. In Debris. .1 i! As nearly as can be estimated. ':
cue day as an evidence of the cessation I ,
-
.
It f \now
as > ,:
A Washing special says: Representative 'of the troubles Incidentally President 'An unknown The annual tax 'return of the 1' ,,. "
\ number of persons, estimated : '. Damon-TWO barn. down,
a ; Uurleson; of Texas: has sent ,Dupont Is reported to have stated "
r ,at from fifteen to twenty-flve tral of Georgia Railway at shade destroyed and four1
C,, the following 'letter to Harvle Jordan, ,that tpon the same date .each year 1 ; '
"I > tobacco $1.000.
lost their the Seaboard Air Line Injured;,
t an lives in a. fire \that destroy Railway '
effort would be made to "conse:
president of the Southern Cotton AsDelation Henderson- Two barns down,.
crate"' the day in a similar manner, ed the, New Avellne hotel In Fort pan, which ,reached the >
.
; In answer to a'letter, asking ) acres of,tobacco, Injured; $2,000.
Downtown Cleveland!' Is'torn Wayne Ind. general ol Georgia Monday each i
up physically early Sunday; morning ,
Tobacco On* '
Company- .
y ,>. the introduction ot:a ,joint resolution Ift'the I I .
.
furtherance of the effort '
The entire'' Interior a falling off as wh '' tobacco
I' of the building compared five acres of IA-
tor the appointment, of a commission"to to reroute cars and much confusion.has i
; Iniestigate was left a smoldering; ,heap of ruins returns, for( 1907 of more than $:! | 91.000.
to cotton exchange meth resulted. I
and how many,dead .are concealed, by 000 Tobacco 'CompaDY.Jd01fn. .
:,: ; pdt during; the summer recess ot con, Three-cent street car tare ,en all the' can
\ debris only be conjectured.The five acres of tobacco
.
eress and to recommend- remedial legislation. lines operating within the city of It was expected that the tax .
hotel register was consumed ; Jl>00.
by
y'ry' Cleveland became a possibility Monday of these.large railroad systems
the fire and there are no ''accurate 1 Tobacco Company-One
I
t "I do not believe that the president night at Ite regular meeting of the show some reduction. this. )
means of determining who Js miss five ct tobacco InV
,
y ha any Idea of making recommendations city council when a "security grant"was .. tauae of the slump>> In their acres *
ing.
).A along; the line upon which I think passed under suspension of the and 'the prCepect It,.,It U stated : ;,J 91.000. ..
The
I' fire was discovered at 3:30 -
legislation should be had., The, report rules to the Cleveland Railway Company returns from the.other large s>'
e lock a. m. In the elevator shaft ; gles to Florida Senators.Pl
,
,
from the bureau ot corporations on a new corporation, which took will show similar falling off. /0
I| by Night Clark Pipkins.. He rushed & special says Ea- .
l
the resolution ]
,
written and Introduced over the consolidated properties of the The Ocean Steamship; 'j. '
, to the floors the the life character, and pab-:
,. j upper alarming on ,
by me calling for an InveaUgatlon of old companies. I Savannah also shows a .
j guests until the flames .blch 1 of the late Mai"
had "
the cotton exchanges, with view ofascertaining the of'the I In'It. "
a At conclusion council j more than $160,000 wire ,'
. i i spread with appalling rapidity, drove ,1 Bryan of Florida( dellv
what effect the fluctuations meeting that body, as a committee of compared with last ;year :! .
,
. t J'blm j back Ills effort, however saved the senate Saturday; Those
4.t I in the market price are occasioned the whole, met the officials of the j fact that It has added a new .
t[ lives. The hotel was 'tribute Senator Mallory
many erected to
rn! t by the character of these con Cleveland Railway Company the { Its line.\ |
> halt a and the Messrs. Ta'lllaferro and Milton
century woodwork *
ago
tracts and deliveries made: thereon, Cleveland Electric!: Railway Company i The Central of Georgia ;
:<* was as dry as tinder. It burned like Galllngitr of Mew Hamp: ;
bas been sent to the house.
pot
the Forest
City Railway Company and total property this :
year ) :
; matchwood, and within a few minutes 'i Daniel of Virginia\ nelson of
; "I understand It Is In the hands Of the Low Faro Hallway Company In franchise, at $18,724,028:: as
: front the time the fire discovered 1 of Georgia and Per:
was Clay
the preeldent, and that he is holding the chamber of commerce hall, where totalit $20,801,646 for 1907.
II, It for :, the whole interior of the hotel was a ; '1 f California, while Messrs. Mil'
On
some tmrpcse. Saturday 1 the final In
papers were signed and passed addition to( and not '
;: : mass of flames that filled the corridors Talllaferro ot Florida. Bacon
had adopted a resolution:>> Introduced
by leasing the property of the Cleveland < the foregoing the Central returns '
\ and rooms wit! suffocating clouds < . of Montana; Owens,
me directing that said be /
'I report sent" Railway Company' to the Municipal .900 of Income bonds of the \ }
of smoke and laid fiery barriers !< Clark ot Wyoming; and ,
t to the at ,
congress once
Traction
Company the Western
holding or and Carolina railroad .
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,ii
,
' 3 across all' means!' of, escape save by of ,MI.soul1! euloglsd Senator
the!
"Hecpntly of
secretary commerce operating company for fifty years $900.000. &., Its valuation of It
\; '; and la Dor gave out an Inter. The rate of fare, according to the the windows 009( lIhare"8 ,of th9'1Vesters 1
>> ..:.....
Tho fire department rescued -
tlcnIn. which be I>Mated that theo new grant, shall at no time or under many Alabama These are returned |
I '
by means cf> ; ladders, but some, frenzied Florida East Coast railway os. t'
president was not opposed, to legitimate ! any circumstances be more, than Scents i rately because tile Central *
by the onward rush the work has ,the "
of supplied
i. I ,.' cotton exchanges, but was opposed cash fare or six tickets for 25cents. flames the; right of the \state to collect\ : | .
to bucket-shops!, etc I, too, amopposed It can be made as low aa good leaped from high. windows to the upon this property.The : I,'' camps with fresh water from''

to bucket-shops, bat the Injury service will\ permit Three-cent (fare paved streetEXPECTS Saaboard Air Line ; :J I ; land. Large barges carrying

to the cotton producer ccmlng from will, It Is expected, go Into effect with year total of $10,300,92 as ; I tanks filled with fresh water "
) ,
bucket.shop operations Is nil compared in ten days. HIGHER FREIGHT RATE. : 1 heretofore towed rein Man

' with the great hurt which Is done -- I ed with $12.651,430 In 1907 ,I i :They will be :dop'away: '
; figures Include both franchise ,I
.. him by operations on the so-called NINE KILLED. THIRTY HURT. Railroads Must Either Make More : I now on.' The company: has
physical property, and alf In. the
legitimate cotton exchanges where future I Money or Cut Wages. the )! .. several large tank 'cars* Q
of Central of "
Georgia; the .
contracts for the deliver cf cotton In 'soon as'they"arrive the water,
Terrlfflo Crash
of Trolley Care A Washington dispatch It !
says: ures were fixed as the result: of I '
'
,l are dealt In. Crowded With Passengers. j via rail and the steamer* whloh
r appe'ar. tration.
i the
likely that anticipated iuI
"For the reason above set forth, t Two .large Interurban trolley cars, | The Seaboard's franchise Is |< 'engaged In this service will. '
I
'" do not vrease In' railroad' freight rates is to Miami and laid In the
expect 'any substantial aid on the Detroit, Jackson and. Chicago, up,
: t'y\ from tho president towards the enactment railway, a. part of ,the Detroit United I about to'be mada. A few days ago this year $1,623,008, as At Key Vacas the.COIIIJI&II1S.,
reduction
138,106 for
1907, a of I
I 't of the legislation which I am Railways\ System, running from Detroitto i a member of the Interstate ccmjnerce than $500,000. & a well In hopes that'the/

a proposing; In fact I do not look tor Jackson collided head-n Tuesday commission expressed the opinion. that fresh"water,
The of the I
returns
..t.' any recommendation. to the congress afternoon while running about 45 within throe or four months, unless a Louisville : ::1I

1 '. by the president on this'subject, miles an hour, twenty-flve miles west decided improvement In railway conditions . Nashville railroad, as received I &I'on ,of tbs tact {that his letter "

t ". "I do not believe In the commission of Detroit near Ypsllantl. Nine men should take place, It probably comptroller general Monday, .. Honorable Charles, ,Id
283,467% of which $232,050 1s !
plan suggested in your letter. Even were killed and about thirty men and would be necessary tor the carriers ( who was a candidate for con
rchlse.
r. ' though President Roosevelt should submit women' Injured, some> of them seriously either to Increase freight rates or ( 'Comptroller General Wright .1'I.j the Third| district.It out of

to congress the report above referred A mistake In orders on the part to reduce the ..wages cf..thell' employ. for'eon.r.. ;All candidate
.1 yet had time to Inspect the "
! to with recommendations based of Motorman Isa Fay of the limitedoar ees. Personally and officially the 'com- ,, have their applications Iii i the

i thereon, I believe the best chance for who was crus ed'to ,death beneath missioner deprecated the taking of Ingreturns, and I; will I of the :chairman on a.' certain rI
come days! ) before hecan make
effective legislation must through either horn ''of the dilemma I the
come his vestibule, is alleged to have by the examination/ them. together with f assessment!
ough
the ordinary channels It Is my purpose caused the collision. It Is charged railroads,, but he believed it to be inevitable by'the congressional committee
.
to press the bill I have Introduce that he"0' errao his orders. that one or the other would ; I forwarded" his 'application,

ed :for;''the"suppression. ,of gambling la .: Four of the Injured are in a critical bet. l n ,.... .., '.,. : '. /JNMAN &, CO. BANKRUPT.eceiver'Appointed a check for. the necessary
.e, ; ". ,! \ '\4 ,1,1. ,", ,,
Ji ,. ) ft \\rj 'i \ ;< ,:. 'p,;,.,'" ;;.......;.....'''k' '.- '._. : .
ootton* and;,I; believe that ultimatelyI condition In the hospital. .. :..... 'Si 1 .0 < ,..and later this .letter"was: re
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will. ;'1(>, succeed. i In),passing .'It.".,' ,
with ,abut: forty people left Ypsllantl c ,.' '7 :' ';".::" .;, I ,',;. O 'I'r. MIllion< Dollars '' district, hat been :'Olnss there. !

tit if/ AMOSKEAQ MILLS. i CURTAIL at 2:17 o'clock for Detroit. Tb.e running Lawyers of the House Will '; Pass. on "'The firm of Inman & Co. of : recourse" for ,him., even hotgd

L time of the car was changed Important Measure. tn, Ga., one of the 'best known' 'show' that he nailed the letter

;" Largest: Cotton Manufacturers In the Tuesday, and reduced, eo that Motorman Three lawyers of the house' were firms of the south and a i J early tor It to;, reach Hs

,World Takes Off Two Days of Week. Fay left Ypsllanil 1 ten minutes authorized Saturday to make a final member of the Nsw York I .

Tho seventeen mills of the Amos- ;earller 'ban be had been accustomed, examination of the eight hour bill now change, went into Involuntary } e

keag Manufacturing company of Manchester Instead of stopping at Harris Switch pending before the house committee pn ruptcy Monday. ,On the I U to" have a wireleas'te/e..

N. II., the largest cotton man1 about two miles west of the scene of labor to decide on the constitutionality King'Spaldigg' & Little, (, station In the 'very. nearfuture.; ; '

ufacturlng company In the world, em. the accident where, It is said by the or the bill. the Gulf Compress company J H?, Miles\ an expert:) construct; ,

"' plo>'ing' 18,000 .hands: began a period officials of the road, the cars should The bill\ provides not only that all Evans- and C. R. Sims, Thomas I, telegraph outfits,, who, ;

of curtailment with the closing of have passed the limited rushed by. work for government( sh.aU be done Barrett Jr., cf Augusta,, was the United States,govern. \

work Thursday night, a change In the the crossing point at high speed. under the eight hour:system, but also receiver by Referee Percy H. :; Is In the city and 'will establish'

work schedule restricting operations to' A. it rounded' a curve tour miles that the government' shall be able to "'The firm which Is a I j ai soon as he ea'n settle upon

' four days a week. The reduction will east of Ypsllantl the local car flashed purchase no materials and supplies not a corporation composed Of available'and suitable loca:

continue Indefinitely Into' view, also running at high speed.It which have been produced by labor F. McGowan of Augusta and' \ ( ; .'outfit' Is':on the way,: ,Mr., +
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was 'a hopeless effort to try and that was required to put in more than Gray of Atlanta they having : ,. that,as soon as the station

"'(ROBBERS LOOT EXPRESS TRAIN. stop the heavy cars and they crashed eight houn a da. )'. tie other Interests, which for ':, I [ peraUon' ,will be possible toI

of together with a terrific Impact, years past were represented in I< 'with ships'st,sea':eighty ".".,

Two Men Find Easy Job In Landing HOUSE PASSES RELIEF BILL. firm. The'' debts and assets are j: eft"'the,:;east! .*oj. west ,coast of, V\.!

.' Four Bags of Money. TO SETTLE BIG STRIKE. to exceed 91,250,000. j: .! ,

y; Two men secreted on the New York Storm Sufferers to Get 9250,000 .from The firm of Inman & Co. of : I ] '
I Messrs. Knapp and Neill Are Invitedto the Government.The twenty- ttb annual! meeting ot
, ..- St. Louis Express of the Pennsylvania\ Is in no way connected with the ,
system, which, left Plltsburg at 9:55 Chester Pa. I I house, Saturday, passed a res or Inman, Akers & Inman of : .'Association ot Congrega.,

Thursday nlgl'l'<< entered the expresscar A Washington' special says: Chairman olutlon introduced by Representative Ga., which has branches In ( :Churches of Florida and the
Knapp of the Interstate commerce 'Bowers of concluded'a-very.lnteresting
overcome the express messenger Mississippi appropriating and Bremen and which is
4 t '" and escaped with four sealed bags commlsaion, and Commissioner of Labor 9250,000 for the relief of the sufferers with the firm of Inman. N'elnij session, of, three \days; '

containing currency. Nelll have decided to accept an from the cyclone which otcuried in of Houston Texas, and Inman, : i in St., Petersburg the' past

The amount taken by the robbers Is invitation to ACt as mediator to bring the states of Mississippi, Alabama. and & Co. of New: York. These : All of the sessions 'were'' held.
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unknown. about\ a settlement of. the traction Georgia on April :24.! In no way affected by the Congregational church1 : .. '!

strike at Chester. Pa. IL".A."- . a

TAFT OFF FOR PANAMA. : !1 United"',..Commercial"Travelers t
HEFLIN PAYS McCREARY. GALLOWS DOOM OF
f TO MAKE RATES UNIFORM v < hav ,passed and sent to the
I t{
Goes to Isthmus on .Special Business, commission at Tallahassee a
Horseman Accidentally Shot In Wash- United States Supreme Court '
Atlanta Standard ) : of resolutions ,
Telephone Company; for President Roosevelt. set appealing <

w1. Intgon Is Satisfied. Raises!' Its Prices. Secretary Taft left Washington on Upon Noted Georgia Murder "re-stabfl\ l b i ment.of the moro-,,
; # of of the
Representative llefj'n Alabanu. The supreme court !
"
The Atlanta Telephone and Telegraph Thursday afternoon for Charleston S. service between Tampa and
j has affected a settlement with Thos.McCrea..y. States Monday, affirmed the \ ''
Company, has Issued a letter to O. where he embarked on the United CsasL recently discontinued
tho New York horseman accidentally of the Georgia slot court In the
subscribers, raising the rate, In a States cruiser Prairie? Friday and pro ; !': Atlantic Coast Ltne...
shot while Heflln was shoot- of Jaues S Yeates, who was .
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: :..
I great many Instances, and states this ceeded to Colon, whither he1! goes at --- rt..,
' Ing at a negro on a Washington street is done because the railroad commission the suggestion ot the president to Investigate guilty cf murder. Ycates had legal fraternity ,,and the-: people: '

car Ho Is Bald to hate paid all the Of Georgia has required the company several important questions trials: (he first rssujtlug' In a s are glad to welcome the Y

hospital bills and made cash! payment to make all of tan jean Imprisonment *, States '
rates uniform. connected with the construction of the j of the Uti' 1 court la
In a sum said to be 2500.:! McCrcary's sought a new trial, and a .
The tlrlD
rate Is to b e tor residence Panama canal and the relations between To the u 'elforta and
counsel said ho had: not Intended to murder U the first degree was : I(
phones $3 a month .instead of $2. $2.60 the United States and the Republic I of Honorable,, Frank Clark,.. :
'tJ., bring any action, and 93, as Is now the case, and tor of Panama, and also the boundary in. the penalty for which is d !j man' from the Second district., f

business phones $4, Instead of $3 and dispute between Panama and Columbia. That is the verdict upon which ] colleagueJa.Waahlugton'are. Ii'

Kurds Massacre 2,000 People |t as Is now the case. supreme court passed *' (or' this honor'
:
Dispatches were read In parliament -

at Teheran.Persla.Toesday. stating that OBJECT. TO BURIALS AT SEA. DID NOT APPEAL TO BRITONS' ? } STATE SENATORS ; : 'ion;' trestle;; of the Pensacola'j t "
'
", 't'Ku\ .cI. around tlrumlah,'a town of --1.--;. : ; I i company; ,which spans, Bi1''',

1 'Persian .Armenla'bid pillaged :thirty- National Funeral Directors' Association American. Play, "Way Down East,". Several Arkansas Salons Are '
flre the,
was,.:se$ on early en
I ,ple sir/villages, and .massacred 2.000 pea A'ppeal,to. Speaker. Cannon.. / Coldly Received In E'ngland. With Perjury and Bribery.. ( ,: ; ot. May 3," supposedly' 'by-:' a-

k The National Funeral Dlrec ra' Association :A London dispatch says: .The American Indictments pave been *r '
( sympathizersbut. was. 'egUe'r .
.iJ: Fire -Jamestown' Show 'Grounds,, throughat.aecretary"ll.. : M.Kllpatrlck .' play, "Way :Down, East"' which the grand Jury at Little. Rock; ;, ;' be ore'much' damage '
\ '. : tra*. ; .
'LFlre-of: unknown origin on the Jamestown of ,Elmirood; ,,) ILL,. ,baa, appealed ,seas: ,>nut on'at the Aldwych theater on. charging state senators' With : It.(s believed' that he''partier" ; .

J. ,:exposition 'grounds: : late/Wedn-es-' .to Speaker Cannon'to..axslst In April 23,'with American cast closed and bribery.Warrants, !' '' 1red' reachedjhaf' .

s day. night destroyed the .several colonial ; I bringing about; some ''eg.lslaUOII.wher.., ; its run Friday night; The life were'Usued'tot"'' six ; the, trestle :
-
d's building maklig. up the arts :and by the ."Inhuman c/actlce"
,Jy,! oJ'I crates .village.' sea, wilt be dl.co-Jtl.Dlle", n' ,to".British audiences' reildentsv: charging: them with. ., clbfrto :they gniltyprtjes.-';>';'

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tn XTXKT FRIDAY. Park M: Trammcll

Office in Valley Gazette Building. '
NEW AND UP-TO-DATE SPRING
nrnimrax.oacxoLA COUNTT.FLA. A Friend to the People.An 1
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Kc< __ I : I
"T. B. HARRIS, Editor ..
__n To the KUnlmmee Voter of, Fla.OsceoU, April County 27, 1008.: '., Hot; and : Cold Baths ' ,
so; T10N RATES)
=.I liAVtnir announced myself a candidate ,, .
.k . ..... sift
i One..pY.OM eupt..Ix'no matin ...........'... .... 60 for '....""t>('f.lon to the office of Fine Havana it GOODS"/
4 Owersr.trre.mwtiL................ ...... M'pr' County Ju.iirw' nod ex-Ofllclu Judge of /
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- the County Cum of tJ oeola, County

W AD....ojwnuntratiana.. .mint wcokpt......from...... b,oar the Mttiwapondvota. writer to be voted fur at the democratic prl- Cigars I .
"Jee\eII 1 nouor will not. bo rotanwd. unleMEBtarad scary tu he heM "n the llfch day of ,
.....f. Ms'.',\. 1) 1HOM. und It being impose t

_ ; ..... .... .L Bible for mil to make a canvas of the Our line almost complete
+ I at .tod\ee\ In JtIMlm Fla. s* duties
uf the con
..............mall tavttor.Friday county,nn atvoont POOL ROOM IN CONNECTION-: .. .
_. nt'CI..t'Ith nil office requiring ma to .
"'=:-===r.--:= :
be in lIlendal.M' lit all times, together
Calicoes .
May 8, 1908. with the fact that 1 ant personally acquainted ,,- with Ginghairis; ;,t
with n"iiHy every voter and BUDDED '
family In the c..unvv, having held this TREES Lawns Wiiite' Goods Etc. rl
,to.lii<>n almost, unilnuously since ,
f a Marking' the Ballot... this lute lieeit a .ouiiiv.. In which position '-

The approaching election 1 have tu all tlmtw' und under all Islesworth Nurseries. the
primary '
:
dlwtinritiil the dutiesdevolving The early buyer gets
Is being very Closely contested by cIrciiiiiManue . ,
upon HIP to the best of my ..
candidates for State offices as well as .
for county offices. This fact render. ability "without prfljudlce. fear or favor CHASE & CO.. PPOPRIBTORS J. W. HOARD, AGENT ; '.
Helect.i
$ It particularly Important that the law In atrlct accorwtnce with the laws, best n. : ... -A.,,, .,, a.
ahould be strictly complied with concerning and if I were' ui'inukn u. I itersonal can- We will have ready for next Fall and Winter. planting general ,
4; the manner .and method of vase of the. county I could only reiterate i assortment of Orange and Grapefruit Trees of all leading varie- .
i voting. There one matter to. which the above statement tlell. Ou.. trees are budded on good healthy rough Lemon and
a our attention has been called that we 1 earnestly request your further Sour Orange roots, guaranteed free from Insect pests of any kind. .
1 support and I unsure you, one and and therefore YOUTH t for Honest Values
wish specially to name.* We uDder All budded from bearing trees In our groves true to
tand that In nome precincts, it has all, that If elected, I shall continue to name. ,Our facilities for growing nursery stock are second to
been the custom for the Inspectors to give m.v undivided, attention to the none and our trees are alt tine as money and twenty )'eal''. exper h
r mark tho ballot of every man offering duties Qr''the oDlce a. heretofore. ience can produce. We are''making a specialty this season of the
to vote. We wish to say that this Is With grateful ilianks for your support famous California V,alenrla Late. which is detained to become the . .
directly contrary to tbe law of the of me In the past;' I lay my record greatest money-maker In Florida. Our'\Valencla buds come direct i.
State, unless the person applying, Is, before you and trust that it has from the bent bearing U'pl'flln the district now famous for pros KATZi
"by reason of blindness or the loss of been such that I will not baaaklnir too I, duclng: thebpgt Valencies In California, .'
his band hands, unable to much of you to give I It to me at tlmensuing
;q bis ballot"or. No other Is entitled prepare to primary election.Very Write for Prices' to J. W. HOARD. Gotha. Fla., or call and see our Nurseries -

assistance. respectfully yours, at Waco on Florida Midland R. R. ,
More than that It. is a 'violation 2t W. It. JOHNSTON.! .
of the law for any Inspector to give .... .
out Information' how
any as to anyone
.votedIn order that there sinay .ALBERT W.. GILCHRIST.. -. i Jit. 4'1' Jt .....
be no contest that all may be fully ;
f, above advised board, and the the election proper be declarationof fair and C. A CARSON Pr idHt. JOHN M..-Prosid.rt.LEE.Vlc X. B. CARSON.Ca. I1r. I JUST RECEIVED A FULL. LINE ; .l .

the choice of the people be made CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR I
'we quote here two sections of the law. State Bank of Kissimmee.
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A violation of either of these sections OF FLORIDA. i
U proper cause for throwing out the Kissimmoo, Fla. White Rose ?

vote of lobe precinct. The sectionsare -- ..--

as follows. : ...... . ,. i
231.-WHO MAY PAID UP CAPiTAL. no ooo oo
HAVE ASSISTANCE
IN PREPARING UAt.LOT.-Any Elector STOCKHOLDER:: LIABILITY...... ... .. no ooo oo i iI

3 applying vote who by reason of DEPOSITORS SECURITY..oo ooo oo _. iGoods.
'blindness or the loss of the of his 1
use --- ---- -----
band or bands Is unable to t I
prepare Prompt and Careful Attention given In a 1 matters en-
his ballot, may have the assistance of 1 trusted to us. Exchange good at all points at cheapest; ,
the Inspectors in the, preparation of rates. .
ballot, who shall retire to a booth or YoUR BUSINESS SOLICITED.SS It
compartment with the elector and (b : i Canned Fruits. Jellies. Jams Marmalades. Vegetables .
there the electors _- I '
prepare ballot so _OUI8L..I Fish, Etc.
. as to Indicate the .elector's declared I
,; ; choice of candidates as to each office / ,
;
,to be filled without suggestion or I -- - -- -- t
Interference from inspectors. But in I R'V"t1' S. Floyd & Co.j\

t all oases any elector before retiring VVVVVVVVy a ii .VVVVV C t
w> the booth as provided In this section
may haye one of tbe clerks of the f tY' 4'vP'vrrMrjPl Yr'IT'B"1FiFiF4'iFaF'v"9'P t
election to read over to him the OSCEOLA. PHARMACY : ,
titles of the offices to be filled and the -/-- --
candidates therefor.332.1CLEcroll.. S ss

DECLARING HIS .
CHOICE.Before any elector applying .
for assistance In the. preparation of s NEW SPRING'a
ballot as provided tor in the proceed ;
Where You Get Prescriptions Correctly -
V lag section shall be required or permitted ,
to declare bis choice of candi 1
Filled ) Prices.
Reasonable
dates all elector Including those In. No faction, oiachma or ring brought at "
Lb.,,?booths or compartments, after him out. He came out as a candidate. o -0
voting'' shall be required to. ,withdraw alone and single:. handed. lie will be
41019 lobe voting place. triad to receive the support of the corporations i& It makes no difference whose blank your Doctor writes "/ 9 t
4fit Is well also of the anti-corporations. GOODS
,} for the voters as ("
fill them
'well as inspectors, to familiarize the prohibitionists and the anti-pro his Prescription on we can correctly.

themselves with ,section 200. which btbitlonlsts, of the local optlonlsts, We are Agents for ELBA HOME REMEDIES. which fc7 rv
read as follows: the Christians and the Jews and of the
2W--OATH OF INSPECTORS ANU gentiles, the "Publicans and sinners." are

PENALTY Foa VIOLATION.-The Ins He would even accept the support of q ;:2'NE:: 4t
may'buld such the Pharisees.The .
primary
eI a Ionnunder "
NOW OPEN
this act, and return the corporations. can do without the ; TOILET ARTICLES .
f votes. proceeding and action thereof people and the people can do withoutthe x I It '
herein provided shall before assum corpora lollI. Neithershould be eh eT ..eT n eT , :
tog the duties make oath before some allowed to oppress the other. CapitalIs
officer authorised. to administer an organized labor should: organise. : '
oath,' and in the absence of such Tho license tax lawilloensinir each H. C. STANFORD CO. '
officer the inspectors shall administer Jlttleenterprise should be amended In Favorite FertilizersFOR ,
; the oath to each other, that they will order that taxation should' bear more )

honestly, faithfully and to the best of eyenly. - -
their ability do' and perform all Article XIX of the Constitution provides -
duties of their respective offices; and for Local Opt ion. The qualified CITRUS'AND ALL OTHER CROPS.PERTILIZER .

tf' any willful violation of said loath or electors ((110' the Governor) approveor BARGAINS AT CASH STORE I
any other oath taken under the pro veto constitutional amendments.He --- n
t' Visions of this art.lclellbaU be bed as Is not on the "recently constructed -
perjury, and shall be punished as band wairon."

provided by the laws of the State: for Ile... oommenoed life' working In MATERIALS Calico fio per yd. Pictures and Picture Frames, 25o h
the crime of perjury. tjuiooy, Florida, at. a salary of 915 to 300. L E..
It will be seen, therefore, that the. per month and boarded himself. lie bite Lawn 40 In; wide loo per yd. .. 1

Inspectors who violate the oath shall baa himeeff, been a hard working, INSECTICIDE;S Lace 54 In. wide worth :20u, sells Spool Thread at 4c. {
be held for perjury ,which Is a serious atnurglinir man and he knows what it 15c.:
'p.' crime, and that the yow of the means In others. He has never married -FOR (SALE BY-: Ladies' Union Suits at 100.
entire precinct Is liable to be thrown b. has always had obligations. Cassimere Pants, worth' 92.10 sell
out and that the election. a whole His life has been spent more inthoughtful at.l.7G. Goo Door Lock with two keJ'". !Oo. ' (
may be void, thus ,causing great consideration of other J. M. LEE :- KISSIMMEE'AGENT
Pin worth H.50 ONice Suits Clothes worth 914 $10 .
\ t.' trouble and annoyance. people than of hiixinnlf.' He feels sure Strip Pants sell.. at at .
It is, Therefore up to the inspectors he will be elected "If ha gets enough FOR 100. xJeans One-gallon Coffee PotS go at 15o/
r the YO&8ra.h.. sheriff and his deputies votes." He does not propose to tradeoff Pants worth tl.'15, ell at ;
to He that. the law Is enforced and a single office. There Is honor In $1.25. New Dress Goods from IS to ZaSf,,;
in case of violation, to do their duty being Governor. If It Is tainted with Sanders Fertilizer Company Jacksonville Fla.
by causing' the. arrest of the offender, dishonor herttoes not want' the office. app IT <*-l,
and by showing before the .proper You will find Bargains in Shoes
tribunal the: violated law with
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to the election which will HEALTH'AND VITALITYMOTT
_ of coarse the Every Day in the
mean throwing out the NBBVINB PILLS Week. a
entire vote of the precinct in which .
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Tbe' and R.O.MEEK -
.nob violation (rest'Iran tonw rmtoratira lor meoa.d f -
F occurs.' women produces .trenirtb aDd .il&Htj.
build. tbe.y.tem sad Urn normal
up renew.
A Living Skeleton __ YI..... For Isle by Oaceola barmacj or by ROLLINS COLLEGE.
Is the final condition of any child that !"aU.l-00 per box's' box.s for.&.00. Heal Estate, Fire. Llfe.i.and.Accident InJ J ,
has worms' If it lives. Think of bays .
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ing something in I surance. FLORIDA'S OLDEST COLLEGE.
your stomach that J ;
eats, all you take as nourishment. DR. LESLIE W. WEEDDN and
College Academy Sehoola)! of Munlc, Uxpresnion, Pine .
Nine-tentba of UM babies have worms, ; Armour's Fertilizers. International liar- J and Industrial Arts and IJmlnens.Crneirle Arts Domestic - y
may be yours b... Be certain that it Hill and thlnl meo'.dormitory how .
going ui>: ulcrtrln UirMa
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-Eve Ear : steam and furnace
has not Specialist : renter and Rebuilt t heats Unefseull: pertaot health conditions line .
b.I.ID it
White's Cream Company's Engine Pumps. golf fink.*,bcwban an.1 ... > ; of symnnlurn..thltne Oe1, ten ala(!O"... 1
KlniliU thl
a Sold Vermifuge tonic by fo.be Itobersop's expel baby.'Pharmacy.all Price worms 26 and cents.Is ,Nose and Throat..... i Typewriters, all makes, good as new, $25 to $50. ii | mlilioo doUa.;.stands endom.a. tor'CHARACTER tk: expeoae.. moderate. ; IChulanthl". .vdlahle.,ear. Chdetl. ..q"arterof.=UL nodenominattowl .


Notice BKISSIMMEE. FLORIDA.' CULTURE CONDUqJ'
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Private SHosoital. American-Na-|, Next session begins. October. 7. For catalogues' address the President t
Pursuant to the authority vested' in tional Bank e.er+sistbe ee+.+slteil. ..tf..see. F+e Casa/F'IM 1'1'a...StFI..F.....d 1
me at the last fleeting of the Democratic puilding, Tampa, WM. F. BLACKMAN,. Ph. D., Winter Park, FIn.'
County Executive Committee Florida. .
fie'm.rdhr6..Ac Ar llr-ead..At- xAt Ar- fkxlk ---- I
nor onFerf
1 hereby call a meeting of said Com

Klssimmee mittee to be held 10 at o'clock the court a.house m on In ,... J. W. PSOJ'Picture Moulding. i itI ; f a

r ....... Monday of, May 25. 1908 for the purpose THOj $ *it; RRY&ca 4ccuar I
canvassing the returns of the W. L. W INN, SUBSCRIBE FOR THE
Democratic primary' and of transacting f All Kinds of Frames I

_ _ ; any other business that may 'rMT!.IOlAJ*;.AMIJ. .MONO MOM.Dlt. j y I : NfPTrN C6 I FLORIDA nMf$. UNION
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come. before the committee ,' FUNERAL DIRECTOR made to Order,
T. M. MURPHY! Chairman.ABmile f It The Great State Paper
asses ua rwn S. ar wlrru .
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.-.-....... ......... 4: .LICENSED EMBALMER Tkra DAILY. Month.AND 8UNDAY.1f0IlT.
I -- Prompt attention Given to Twi 11.60.. six tioailu.ss..e s
\ l 4 = j Montlw,Mast f
boecliare
Is a pretty hard thing to y' I .
you're blue. bilious accomplishwhen and out of .4. W,: SIMPSON I I orders sent by mail or in* bent known e-a..ro.and .....-, The Semt.\VeeUyTlmes4Jakw and
''sorts. There Is a sure core for .all .. ." \'? ,A\so\ Nice Line of Ladies' and I. telegraph i'i'tI I Ev.rypaekage, )... boblnil tb.reput.UClIIor The rarmer and fruit Grower
v kinds of stomach and liver a boua who. business standards .re the .
complaints DENTIST* Cents' Burial Robes. -- highest In the trade. Ik. rrid.r .Law or lh. Hcmt-VMklr.-<....'
+constipation and dyspepsia Hal- i .ot.d to .. ...
lard's Derbies U wilds\ jet absolutely ,om'Cft'Oer c oJPbe'illl.oy. Residence} West Side ,of t'tit. la r.all.".P.,...I..>.*..S...see U aonnlM.......l oolonil will to malted pUM. ,rkK manyOaf.r..tntn.and !: 1 ttooa..le.Agricultural Tb.n.O! ...and_VI.so"l.rr'll.$1.00! .....,u...
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ti ".." High School Honor Roll. r r1f' f' """ """" """"J ForSapt-M' Public latatmctloai per solicited Coanelaaloaer , >\

I hereby announce myself .,' a candidate .for Having; been by my friend to beeom

The followlug puDlls have been i .ANNOUNCEMENTS. County Superintendent of Public Instruction. If a candidate for County'CommUakner. .from Dist '

neither absent nor tardy for the month I i ic. elected I will devote all of my Ume to the duties' trice No. .. and .bellowing' that 1' am qualified to ,e!

:, ending May 1st, and have made an of the office. C. .. TOWEL All the om_ I have decided to enter the race and I ,
% % %""""% % rtw. wv .wtitr
s f average of 90 per cent In thllr studies. would salute the support of the voter of my dime.
laatrnctlom.
of Public
For periatendoait
j,' and not less than 85 In any one subject for Sheriff. trict. O. W. BATTON. .
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To the Voter*of Oeoeola County; .
and 05 or In deportment. ''
more I .hereby'announce myself aa a candidate for I hereby announce myself for ...-.....tton to the For Con sty: Cotaualealoeer, ,
; FIRST GRADE-Flrsle Bass, Blanche the office of Sheriff of Oeoeola GOlIa"' subject to ofllo*of County- Superintendent of Public Instruction to the Democratic Voter of OaoK U Covnt.1r. .

i Davis, Cornelia Lancaster!: Frances the action of the dajnotratio. prlmarie, subject. to the action of the Democratic i I hereby. announce myself for re-nomination a* .a
Tress Fannie Rexford. Grace Gil-
County CommUetoner for District: Number. a. and
C. BUCKELS.For ;
Prlmarie Soliciting .upport. I
your arm
: bert., May Lindsay, Mattle Stanford, 'hall appreciate' the support of the people of my '
)' Julia Graham, Mamie Pllley.:: Cordle Rotpectfully. dist and desire to thank my friend for their ?(
III Sheriff W.l. BEARS. paupport. and U fleeted will discharge the
Guy Bernice Hall- Addle Ball, I hereby aooonuc myself) a o.0414ate for the dutiee of my office to the 'beet interests .if the ,.1<
inkle Gardner, Mary:: Slngletarv, For S..nl..rollt..I.tratlo.. people of Oaoaula. < _n11". J. U. WALKER. '"
J I/* office of ehoriff', subject ,to'tha, action of the ; : '
Thfllma Ltndser Claude McCal
lister, I hereby announce myself eandldate. for the 1 : .
Julian Johnston. Lee Rex-ford. Irlo Do>ooraUo PrImary offleeof Suoerrleor of 'ReeHatratiaa. for OeoeolaCounty ,For Conaty: Coat mloalomor. s;
1 OEO. W.:OV ERSTBEET.For I I hereby. announce myself. candidate for the .1-
{* Hronsoo, Frank Bryan. Gerald subject to the action of Democratic .a ,
)1'1"< Rivers Ned Bullock, Paul Dotson. Sh.rlff. Primary, to be held May the Ulth 1110I.< and meet Office of County. Commissioner. for District No. 4 ,

) SECOND GRADE-Gussle Winn, I hereby. my candidacy for the olio.of respectfully\ eollclt the supper$of all my. ,friends.. Oeceola county,and solicit the support of the ** '

rtf Car ma. Rotundo, Ruby Duke, MabelOverstrert Sheriff O-'a'oaa"announce subject to the Demo throughout .the oounty. tare In my district at the democratic primary: to

Charlie ,.Regero, Bradley:: O.W.ORIFTIN. be held May. 19th.nnd promise' If elected. ,to die. "
_tie Primary. I< elected I promise' the beat .
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Harris, Powell Guy, Dick Bullock, charge*duties of the office to the beat ef my y
service of which I capabl .
j Archie McLean, Earl Barber am For Snpervleorof Recl.tratloai.Te ability. JOHN H. BAI RDLN.
C. F. PREY ATT. the Democratic Voter. of Oaeeola -ountys:
j THIRD GRADE-Beula Alvv. Frank ,
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I ".k O'Berry, Vernon Woodall, Prater I hereby announce Myself for re-nomination to Par l*>uetv ComeMlaaionar.
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j : Gilbert Sam Story Eddie Campbell For State Senator! the office of Supervisor Registration for Oeceol I hereby announce myself a'' candidate for:

J Nettle Newton Lois Johnson, Roscoe to the Democratic Voter of the lUth Sena I County. I thank my friend for put favor and. County Commleelooer. ...... District No, S.' and

\ f._ Dane; Katie. Thompson, Amy Maklo- torial Diatrletk r solicit their hearty support ,In the approaching.- respectfully solicit the support of the voter of

:, aon. I hereby announce myself a candidate for May, Primary. Very respectfully, aid d1at ct. W. H .MANN,

: FOURTH GRADE=Dollle Alford, State. Senator from this district subject to the I, A. LANCASTER. ', '

S. Ethel Gilbert., Celeste Moseley, Elbe Democratic prtmari. to b*held on the l th of Supervisor of Recl.tratlom. For County Coa _taloner.

Bass Grace Wlnn Maurine Dann,' May IW8. If elected I win endeavor to faithfully lama candidate. for the office of Superrteqr ol To the Democratic Vottr of OaceoU "ountri':'

Mattle Belle Harris, Susie Bell j serve you. I shall appreciate 'any aid that Registration for Oeoeola county and 110110'1Ch.. '1 hereby announce, myself.a candidate for

'. Charles O'Quln George Morrison. the voter. of this district. will give. me.' support. of the voter H the approaching priWary. I County Commissioner: . In District subject to
\ the action of DenvocratU Primary; In May..
FIFTH GKADR-Ruby Prewatt, Ollle B. BEACHAM.For A. J. BOOTH. ,
,Call on, Kathleen Bearden. Pansy O. M. IIUBBARD.

" Dulce, Angle Maklnson. Margurlte StataMoaator.' i For Clerk of the Circuit Court For County CoMmla: loaer. Ii

Davidson Anna Davidson Lyles To the Democratic Voter of Oaoeola Countyl' '
To the Democratic Voter of Orange and Oeoeola To the DemoeratlaVoter. I) Ototola Counts'
Story, Edmond VValdron, Dun Bass, Countlea Being a candidate. for the office,Clerk: of the At the solicitation of my' turfy friend I have

Lawrence WllGriffin, Marlon Johns, I hereby announce thai I will be a candidate at Circuit t curt; ..tiI..,Democratic Primary' to be decided to b*a candidate for the County. t.ommlealoner -

., Willie Leon Uass, the coming Democrat Primary\rrnomtnaUoa\ held In )IQ., I will creaUr.appreciate the support' for District\ Number 1. and I shall apprecU
Hiram King.; of the people of OeoeoU County. Having for
aa State Senator for the 18IJa Senatorial District ate. the support a* the Doolie of this" district
SIXTH GRADE -Emma Baas Helen some time peat occupied the po clops of Deputy
, the coming Democratic May Primary.
of Florida. composed of Orange and OeceoU .
Bass Nina Bi atton, Eleanor Mose Clerk I feel that I am fully competent to die- JL L. 1K';I-EY. '
LOUIS C.
count es. MAS3EY. .
, ley:: Anna McC&MUter: Annie Cro.h. f,.' chare the duties ofthe office to the satisfaction, \ :!

t martle, Mary.. Reacto' Hilda Keen of the public. ARTHUa B. DONEOAN. For County <: ._... .,>.....

.." Irene UUliard, Eddie Hansel. Ray For State Attorney.I I hereby_ canoe myself. m candidate. .. for

I O'Quln, Nelson Rusrell, Nathan hereby announce my candldaey for nomination t For Reprenoatetlv.:, County ConunmlMknwr. for District N. Two (2?

Bryan. to a mood terra of the office of State Attorney To the Democratic Voter*of Oaciout. Countyl'N, subject to the action of, the Democratic. Primaryto

SEVENTH 'GRADE-Lucy Buckels, In and for the Seventh Judicial ,circuit of I hereby announce myself a candidate for Rep- I b*hold In May..IM&B. -

Elon Guice, Alma. Griffin, 'Margie Florida subject to the decision of the Democratic Democratic. ; L. D. OVLRSTREET.

Belle Bearden, Ines Caraun. Blanche primaries. to be held oa May... 19UU... If..atralatrailed :i ''i ..
repaetf ully ask the support of the voter of the For County e;_.l *Ionr. _
Lancaster Pearl Bass Myrtle Me- > with the admlnUtrationr of this most Important '"
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Calllster. Marie O'Berry, Corlnne oil. office by UiS people, I will, aa I bare. a1- county. | C. 8. ACRES.. To the Democratic Voter* of Oaeeula County
I -.- Ba"docldtll- to stand for re-nomlnatlon a<
bert, Cecilia Overtired, Mary Lea ways atrivea Jto do, perform my' duty Impartiallyand for Ke ..eseatettvo County Commissioner. fur District Number .
Oliver Wadley .Wil- eu-leeely.. for the beet Interest of the etato 11,11dealre
Parker
Henry To the Democratic Voter ef Oaeeola O..trtI to thank my. f rlenda for_paat aupourt bed ,
llama, Lacy Johnston. JOHN C. JONES. hereby announce myself a candidate. for Rep.* respectfully solids the votes of the people of
the action of the Democratic ray
NINTH GRADE-Iris Oliver. tath. subject to
Primary to" be hell Oil May 1'th. 1908 Al district: at the coming May: Primary, _; i
TENTH For Tat
GRADE Collier CellectortI
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-Harvey:: ft lieu-man of the board of .County ComniMekmer.. 1. B. 8TRATTON.
,p Annie Carson, Bessie Mosete)'. hn b/ announce myself a .candidate for of OeoeoU County for many yeen.I feel budge I am -- --- .. -
ELEVENTH!: GRADE-Man* Hudnle- the otto of lax Collector\ for Ototwl Ouunt,. well acquainted with the needs of our : and For Can: sty Ceie l*"lo.*r. -;:
awn If elected' I shall earned devote myself to protecting d' At the ...solicitation friend .
r subject to the action ol the Democratic Primary and advancing their. Interact: to the teat my. I hereby an. :;

/ TWELFTH GRADE-Mary Carson lObe held Way 190), I9T SolkjlUug your. of my ability- WALTtfc BASS. Sa. I _..ee""f. candidate for County Commfau. A.... ;;::\
Eme Lawson,.Rachel Leaks. Marietta support. I am, : knwr from District Nee 4. and If elected pMe ii'. ;\m
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Pfann. ,', Renpeotfalty, For County TreasnrenI :1 faithful discharge. of tbeduUeeof the office, > ;t
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.- announoe myself a candidate' : for ELMER R BASS.. .
.aT. BUTLER. .
office of County Treasurer. ef OeoeoU county; sub i )j

J. jest to the action of the Democratic Primary to For Member School Board. !

...Osceola} County For Tax Collector.* be held the 19th day' of' II&). UM, and reaped I To lie Vnwm One-mil Olu..trl| ,

To the Democratic Voter of Oaceula County fully ask the support' of all ray friend throughout 11 hereby apnonixir myself: eeudldul for Iliafflnnf

I announce myself candidate for renomlnatlona the oounty. JOHN L... BEAMAN.. ] wlicwl' Commliwluiii-r. 'for Dlotilcil (Cn>
: Tax Collector of OeceoU County subject to the :3 the tm .
Ie lbjeo 10 Primary to bell May J1KU.
Abstract "Company action of the Democratic primary. '1 ....h-to 'F.r Treasurer.At v
I 1 pledge .
.9(16. mranlr to dl..h.I'. ('' mydutr\ tu
thank. the voter for their part support and will the soliciatloa of friend t have decided '
Many the best of mjr aJllUy: : If elect .
very much appreciate their vote In the Primary to \make the.race the office of CountyTrtawirer. UVltANOMCRFor
CIIAS. II.
of May IVth. 1MM. Very ___tlub.1 i iCHAS. My reason fur running I ie that I need . :.!; .
S. H.: BULLOCKJ MANAGER.. . L. BANDT. the office and believe. I can fill It to the'aatlafae- Member of School Board'

Bon of all concerned. J. W.. COLLIER., r hereby announce myself a.....Ida... for Ma" *,
4. t Real estate. For County Jndce. vAt her.. of the School Board. District No. .
rreasnrer-
I '- Titles examined and reported on the reQuest of friend I have. decided to submit For It elected I promise a faltbllll..Ieo"'ra- the i s
To ihe Democratic Voter of Oeoeola County
Taxes paid for non-residents my' name to be considered the Democratic duties of the office SOLOMAN RAULER8ON.
I will be a candidate. for' County Treasurer. ..... ..
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For .
the May primary, and believioc that I can efflclently M.'ro' the School Bo.....
carefully drawn Judge and ask If In opinion I worthy of '
)our am
faCorreSpondence' perform the duties of the emI respectfully .' I hereby. announoa. myself .candldata' for r.-
the position to act your vote accordlndr.,and If solicit your.upport. .'',> B..;,C. MILLER. election. to the office of member of the board. if
Solicited. elected I promise to try not to disppoint'you.L .
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Public Instruction In and for District :Ne1.. vW

.. A. MINX. For Tax Aeeeaaer.Thanking1 Jose to the action. of the Democratic Primary to-

-- -- - my friend for their peat aupport. I '
,. be bold May 1C 1906.II .
For County Judge, hereby announce myself a candidate for ..-.-n. , <.*.t.to .
,G. F KRI.B B S I hereby announce myself* a candidate for re- ination to the office of Tax Aeeeeeor of Oweola faithfully\ perform the duties of the ofllc.
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.. to the office of County. Judge and Exoffiolo ,.
nomination .
,, County kubjeet to the action of the Democratic Thanking my friends for their put rapport and
ATTO"N.Y.AT-LAW. Judge of the County Court at the Demoeratle Primary to be held May the IMh.' ISO*- If electedI hoping again to receive the sane, I amt -

Primary to be held on the 'BtJi clay of May. will discharge duties of the office a* lath* Kwpoctfallr ;'f'

A. D. 108! and In doing aa aameptly request the paat. to the best of my ability.' E.: E. BROWN.

HouseKissimmee. support of nil of my fellow eltuena. and I can V J. L. OVERSTREET.For '. ..
ensure them that If I receive the nomination and For M*,,br School Boarel---

With. whom-will be associated In vthe election I will In the future, a* In the peat: devote) Cleanly Coe e>laaloior. At the solicitation of my friend I .hereby announce -'

A' "of all of my time and energy to the beat Interests of The friends of 0. J. HANCOCK take pleuareIn ... ** &. eandWaU to sus. .ol myself a*aMember
trial firm .
of cause the lacy presenting his name to the ""t.... of District
y the county. In accordance. with law. of the School Board tot District No. 1.
)f assay & arlow, of W. JOHNSTON, No. 4 a*a candidate. for county CommUeloner.bellerfaw . abject to Eke action of the Democratic Primary

Orlando that If he should receive the nomination to be held May 19. 1MW, It elected I pledge a

For Prosecuting-Attorney. he would make a conservative' and eonaeleatloaaoomraleetoner. faithful discharge of my' duty.. W. I
I hereby announce myself a candidate. for Ui.offlce .
+ For Member of tll.S.pool Board.I :: :
i J M. WILSON, JR., Prosecuting Attorney of ,the County
.... member
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Q For County 0010..1' announce myself a* .ndlda /'
Court of Oeoeola County. subject to the action of
I hereby announce myself. a candidate for reelection of the Board of Public,+Inrtractkm f torn School

I NOTARY PUBLIC.. ) .... the Democratic primary to be held, la May. and a* county -'-"'- .' from District District No. .. and If elected ( vlll. falthfullydim" . ..
solicit the GUp01 the voter of -
J STATE At LARGE. ) respectfully NoH and respectfully solicit the support of the ...... th duties of the o fice. ; ,
the County.. i,L. MOON.
t Real Estate Agent. voter of that dUtrlct.. P. O. CROMARTIE., ,','
.' W. B. GODWIN. '
For Prosecuting Attorney.I For Member of the S hoot Board.
FLO RIDA j 1
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ICISSIMMEE. hereby announce myeelf a*a candidate for the For county: COMM aaloaer otK*UemnaraUe. Voter of 0008 614 count y I'

effloe of Prosecuting Attorney for Oeoeola County I At the solicitation of many friend I hereby .... hereby announce myself a candidate for School

Subscriptions for t" the Atlanta. subject to the cSeeJ.1o. 01 the Demoeratia voter* Bounce my. candidacy for County. Commuwlonerfrom . Commissioner" In District No. .. object to the set ,

Journal dally or seml-weelcly, taken at the coming primary.election la this county.O District No,a, and splice. the anpport; of the. lion of the o.aocn.l0.a. *>ay., : '

j. .at this of&oe. r. KRIBBS, Voter of the district ,J.,T.. REAY. 'E3. 'I. B.TUMSLIN.
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There are a number of paper In Tire candidates for Presidential elector. Membea of House of Bepresentatlvva IS 00 14. lots 1. 2. a In'black> :"<. .lota<: .. R.lln block 19 ,

the State that seem to think that mudslinging One ...dld.lllor United/ Btote ""eD.lor. County Judge. .,. . .... . ., .. U 00 Iota I. il. .. !. a In hick 20, all block 21,71, 21. 2f.. "'

is going to defeat Browsed One candidate for Representative, .la Con- Sheriff. .. .. . . . . .. .... .. . .. . . ,4,100 :23. an, :27. 28, 211. SO, all the above. lot! and block\ ,'I,
for the senate.. No man In Floridahas free '. Clerk of the Circuit Court .. ... . ....... !M 00 being. In West Efedam.e, a subdivision of section /',
bad more abuse than our srovrnor. Two candidate for Jurtlos of the Supreme County A ees.or of Taxes ....... . .. . HOOD 20. township 1&s of r tV e. excepting and r* .

No man bas been more) opposed Court, Tax Collector. ,.."'. .... ., .. . .. .. .. 'MOO serving. however. therefrom a strip of land 110
by the strongest, Interests and, One candidate for Governor, County tuporlntondenfof Public Instruction feet wide new used. sa right. of way for railroad

Jet; be stands today one of the strongest One candidate for Secretary of Mate.Oneoandldato . .,., cf awli of nw!'.,
men In the Stake. When a man Is for Attorney General?, County Surveyor. t ..., ..., .,h . ..... S 00 the ne1 1.-< of aw'4\ and the wt of.e'of) awl section ;

right YOU may "knock" him all you One candidate for Comptroller, Coutty. Tfwararer ...;...... .. ..". .",...'.. I" 00Buprrvlsorof la township 41 *of r Wei, the owl'4. the nw.1' of ,
want \.0. but be will come out on top One candidate for Treasurer Registration .,,. ,.,. .. ,.;, II OOUouoty net"and begin ftchalna*of ew comer of the aeUaf
stronger and grander In the end than ODD candidate for Superintendent' ofj Public Prosecuting Attorney". .. .. .. . :SO 00SchoolCommlutouvr. the sag of section 8 townahlp. : a of rWeand: "
ever., The True Democrat of Tallahassee Inelmction >> ....... .,... .. .. . .. S 00 run thence e 8 chain and 24 ]links to w aide of

might; swallow come of the One candidate for Commissioner of Agriculture County Commissioner. ...........,.... .... e 00 Atlantic Coast LIne Railway thence northeaster.%
meaning of the above for hardly can Justice the Pc_.,.............. .?..'..'... X 00 ly parallel, .with said,railway. I It chain. : thence'H .
It raise Its. votne without offering; One candidate for Railroad Commissioner. Constable ..,..,....1, ..,', .. ..... .. 100 chain and SIH' links to beginning earn being In -
some abuse to. the Governor. n One candidate Adjutant General. The Campaign. .fommltM met and appointed motion 8 township" *>s of r W e: the n4,! of the '
Myers 1>reI.. One candidate for Stale Chemlat. the following inspectors elerke to serve at theearning neW section in township 2Jt a ef r 111I c; the wit of 'r

One candidate for State Attornaf the Primmest swlt and the nay of owl'< section 9 towi..hlp. \M a
A farmer from Little Hirer drove Seventh Judicial of r :III.&ha .wl4! of nwU' of nw"Saa. II l town y

lc.to toe city yesterday; with a wagon ''I One candidate for Circuit Senator" from the Nineteenth District No. 1.-HM. Piano Inspector.O. .. ship 1\1.; 01 rl9.; the w.< of nwiiof ne', Seo H
load of watermelons. This is the W.AsLton township 2ft a of r 29 e: the awU of no U section 11:
record for early watermelons, and- U District; Ira Wttherbee 'I" township M a of r 19., the ft..'.. of Salt afctlrn"
One
candidate for Member of House of
Is doubtful if any other part of the. I Repreeentatlves. II. J. .harvest Clerk. 81 township 2.\ a of r 211 e: all Becton 7: the e"t of
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stale'" can show any each early resultsIn One candidate for Count Judge District No.S.-B.: ft. Jver, Inspector. neW oration III, the nit' ef nwU action I\\. the
raising melons. The farmer : .all la. township 88 s of
One candidate for Sheriff j jOne j Peel TI ou" nwHof sw'i--ctlonV. ,
stated that. he bad planted only three W. r 80..
L. Mcaeley
candidate for Clerk of the Circuit Court
acres that' for an experiment, bu One candidate for Oouatjr Assessor of Taie, 1 1 J, H. Brouaon' clrrk.Diunc !. Also ,x17_ their_ rUht. title and Interest In
sorry he did not put out a urea and to the following 1 lease*; Sub-I_ from D.O. .
One candidate for Tax Collooto =; \
No. T: W. \\ Clark Inupwtur.W. .
many more. The melon were disposed One candidate for Hnperintoudrnl of ., tee: ss'-i of ne'>j. the nXofae1'(and)twit of swUof
County 8 adeI
of :o Miami merchants who are .. section 1H!, the nK of set( and.e14" of nw'4 of
retailing them at from 6Oct... to tl.OO Public Instruction.one |I Z. T Rilesk.ymond section 14. the. candidate for County Surveyor, j I Lanier ClcrK.District .
each-Miami News Record May 2. .w" ofneM of section. 21 In township 94. 01 r 20a
candidate
One for
County Treasurer, No. 4.-T. :t. Farr. "h'' -peci..'r. : the .U'of wit of section 1:. the w'iol _!..
John D. of f the One candidate for inperrUor of Registration
Uobertaon one progresslve "
Marion Wsmn
the nwJt nH of wU and lOt*of section l\ the
and citizensof One candidate for County j jay. ..
most prominent prooteOIltlnl'AUo"1 I IFont | II. 8. lrtln wHefaw" aDd Mtj of sw''"of section 111 town- "
old friend of this editoras e
Ocala an 'I ,D. N. Fiord Clerk. ship ZS a of r W e: the nw4! of II.'" the n. of
Delegate at Large to the Canventlon. -
of William
well as Jennings/ Bryan.; Dlstr'ct! No. 6.-l>an Rtullnson, I ..rHtor.W. nw'4.' the a'i of n<...the..!4 and the nwU of salt"
Is candidate for delegate to the .
a national .. tha.aU of neU"
Convention A. EnbaukH section KtowiuhlnOTaof r \\II':
convention from this district Two Delegate to the National
N. of eel! section I'.hlpI.of: r*4 th. ,
S. Bl.mnt and w14'' ( *:
Let all vote for him for he Is a from the Second Congressional District. I .
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Young Tlndall. Clerk ewtof! DW\4.\ .." 01 ne>i.nwVof( se1.,'. awl( of ,
One of the Democratic National
good man. Punta. Oorda Herald. Member_ -
'. cwt< and a.4 of nwU" section 7 townshipof.
= Committee District No.G.-O. R. Bass, ln p""ftor.
_.. .. ...' awQ.
----- - ----- H. II. Portia r 19 as tbe .1' of awM of .. .Ii of and
One Member of tbe Demoeratlo. Sate Committee.
A. VANS AGNEW, J. A, Harvey nw'\<: of ...' P. j section :2. (, .w" ef nw>< sectlen i. a''k and the
Every elector In each County School Bourd N. A. Bartow Clerk. .U of swlj. _' .
.:. I ATTORNEY AT LAW........ District\ shall have the right to*-vote for one OlKUIct No.T.-H. n. Alderman t'-su.....ctf r. lIO..a.hlpl'.ofrtlt.: ; ne'i' of raw'<. nit of ,
.1 I I TND NOAARY PUBLIC I 1- candidate Member of the tinned ol Public. j! A. C, VrtRbt. *r .. nU section 2S. tw<4 of sal'( motion. :J4 township
Instruction front such District Ii I W. P. Uudor-lll t\ not r 19.; .*){. .'
Every: elector In. each County Commlaelonen | C. II. L. Chandler. Clerk. 215 r.n. a: eK of IH'< section SI. w'., .,.>nwUeetlon '

KISSIMMEE, FLA District shall. hare the right to' tote for one District No. ti-H. D. Tind.ll Iu p('cl r. 82 township. I' s of r :III e. except such

'.- - candidate for County Commissioner from. such K. Lemons part of said. wU of nw'\< auction .It as lee e of '
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: District. 0. N. Heal .. public' road leeae from R O Pertla_.'
OFFICIAL CALL Every_ elector In each notice Utlct shall'I John E. Knnl. Clark. nw'i of**V and ne'-jof .wt4 section :it township" ,
bare the right. to veto for one candidate for Justice By order of the Democratic Committee of Slaof r 911 ai ..... fpm Ceo W Tlaon ae''{ of
of the Peace and candidate :W :*> of 80. lease
one for Con '. spit eeotlon township a r ; from
OKooola Conuty Florida this Hth of April
For a able from" such DI.t rlol. ,lye,' I A. D..II1f1S' T, M.XUBHHY: Peter lItohen-nw"! of al4 section 6 ....... 4
elDooratlo-Pri.ar7' Election: Every elector shall have the right to vole for Attest cbalrmau. hip 2&.of r 80 r. 1 leas from i.. B Partln 'aeH of

in OBceol I. coxiiltly.to Bo Held two members of the Democratic Senatorial T.\V. KI.I i8.' rcrelary.. .wXsection 29 a ofr W,e: frorn Oscar Hess'
District Committee.Erery -alfof .. {. a"of.w" and "'< Of section. IT..U ,
'May 19th 19O8 Md Jam : elector In each election 1)reolll,4.h.l. of MY Section la.MXof nw <. awl" section\ J

,:a ',6th. 1908. have the right to tote for cue member of the MASTER'S: SAl I4E. 90.11 d awit' and sal f sf ..'{ Motion ail. township '
Democratic County Committee front such precinct .ef rBUwtaaaefram: .Kdward Yataevetalew 1
.
*. r I I Under and by virtue of a deems I Isened out -- of*." MOtion 7 and II"'4 of -'< section '
t The Democratic .Committee 'of OdoeoieCount)4 Each person dedring to''. have hi* name of the Circuit Court of the fleveith Judicial 18townhlp. &'I.ef r 19. e>lease from Water I...... --

In Ik. Btate' of; Florid, hereby Mil printed... the Primary Elect! loo'ballot' ;a* a ]/ Circuit Uf the rate of Florida, In 'cud for the ar-w%0&awl(..'.of ewXandall that part of

and provide for the holding ot a, Democratic: candidate any county office ehalt ills with County of Oaceola altilnf In Chancery, nel
Primary Election to be hold In Mid county U the. Chairman of this Committee on. or before, dated Ai.ril Nth:iwrn, and tflled In the Clerk's """ 'oh.uof St..lcud Sugar. >*.1 lt''Rat....,..
the regular' polling place In each election district the*Kh day of April, A. t>. Ir S. his notice of clues of .101 Court hi and fur sold County on late i. .. t aid the aI{of m'j of section :28. lots.I.
,,daring the hoar fixed by law oa Tue. candidacy and app'loatlen to have his name ao the 18th day ..f April. 19A la a eerulo unit ., *. I and ..'" of w4 and aeW! mention IJ,'. ajj andwtt

day.the 1MB day of > *,.A. D, 1908 for the printed upon a blank to be turnlehedby therein pending wherein. W.:r."" "'Dlltr ld a* and w'4 of motion
nomination ot, all Democratic candidate for aid Chairman and accompanied by the amount 'inardlu.eta1M are oomptalaatita and C. D. 80 all In township a.S a of r l9 e: also all of aw'4' of ..t

t eelo. State and County, to U voted for by the of his aee meat a* specified b.Io..Dd uo Carroll at (L are. ..'" awl(of ne"i of 5.4 i lying south of right of
:' Democratic electors at the general election to name of any such eandkdato' she 1 be printed Carroll et at are erc.s_I8..a.nl..nd W. F, way of Bt 0
; be bold next November end.tobe appointed b." .,.. or:counted.. or' returned If' printed upon I Townsend et sl.l, are': eriordefendNtt I *,'I will ,;. the Democratic Governor' Florida between any each ballot:unless this provision shall sell to the htghmf and best bidder for....b. at I fractional sections 1 and t townahlp 11 M of r ;ffJa !

., the data of said Primary Election and< >time have been compiled with, said Chairman shall. public... 14 front of the Court house door : also wH of section. 0 township '_'*. a of r 1.1: e:
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for holding Us Primary Election U A. D. 1MO. Immediately thereafter furnish to each. nwapaper I at Klsatrome. Florida, during the lineal hours alto*H of aai-t section 25 township I 1\\ e of 1I1! e
Provided that second primary where neo published said county a lint of allname of sale on the dual Monday In. ,Jun*. l 111I".11 that firs a*ot. the railroad; lease from. A B. '"

.eaaary ender the law shall be held oa Tuesday which have bee..te4. 'a*;candidates the right title. interest. and claim of U. D Cirroll Whalr-ne'. ne'i'of a.'< and .4 of sei! section -

', the 16th day of June.. A. O. 1 0'V';to choose for inch office and of the eatatoJ. M..I'otter. deceased; I. W4 KW. .U of noj! motion n, end. a I that part' ,
between the two hlcbeat candidates any oft The voting la MM Primey''tleetion shall be la and.eb. following described lauds'esasa of section that lie* w of canal township.. :M e ofr

see where nomination. aball not have. been by ballot prepared and useda" accordanceWith and oerslfloa-a of oanlbdTatoak. of-th*,'Itaval M e: alee all of the timber on section 7 township

Beads by majority yotaln Dm Primary Election the provisions of the State Election taw, Stores Export Compaav. Co. &V for ten shares **aof r 0eawlaafrua: W. "'. liege-late I,
and at snob second ,Primary action only and shall be printed and distributed under the' of the cam value: of glen each:' 2. 3, 4.J N 0. T. ". II. I". 11. U W 14. LS. I Id. 17. I*. IP,

math electors ai were qualified to rote In Ant direction of committee,and on said ballot ''The following. 'dnoribed lauds and leases i 2q 1:118: il. :J.III.. n7.:1II.: :a!....at .1. Ij, 411, 4.. 1:1.:
Primary. election bait be permitted 10'vote ball be printed th.'''"" of all candidate situate naceotn County Florid. "'I: 48. 47 as shown by plat of Eden Ja aaation lit
The terns and condition on which legal for county office arranged la alphabetical order The Sag'of the Seri of section t txnrnaUs ....lWhlpA.of': 19 e;also' all\ *e'< of nwH of

Elector.Bering to become candidates are to as Axed by the Campaign Committee, all >IA.of r Its r th..wi4 of the salt the wit action 2S township%a of rl't. that lies e of

vote at such election shall be regarded and substantially In conformity with the ballot. el(the nwtj. the n.J') of the sw'6. the .H of the right. of way of Atlantic Coast use rained. a* It
y@ba a* proper Members of the Democratic need la the .nl.IDOtIoa. awM., tbe nwU of the Mud the eH of the awliat now runs through said forty:also all that paM of 7

Part, and therefore. ,entitled to par t lot p*I* The Mid Committee shall at noon, on the tltb 1 them'4 aeetloa IB township W of r *8 el BUof as'f ands'-sofawii and eij of -i! aa
and be candidate before and vole.at ooh eleo- day after such Primary or Sooner If all the returns < the eM of the_u. and the aH of the eU of section lie oa the north aide of Shingle creek M It DO'"
tons are a* follow t I art! In';meet at the County Court H buM 14 township U a of r M e: the nM of the ...'". ran In section H-J township. Mi of r !lIa e": all. of
. and publicly canvass the return and declare) the sett of the nag(. the ne'4! of Clot nwM and the the above subject to the terms and conditions of
...-.end only those persons. shall be ..
what candidate have basis nominated by a aK of section M: township :lie) of r*'e; the owl aaiill laasss. A larger part of said 1 lease a* la .>'
Nettled to become candidate before or to 'vote majority vote for each county ?tsos. and<'In of tbe ne>{. Ute..."of the owl. the ...'{ 01 the shown by the same:Shaving been worked" and a
at or participate In the management of any what case a second Primary wl 1 keys to beheld .SCtbewXof) the aw"4 and the.'< of Ute aw large part of sane having nearly expired-

,primary election held by the Pemoeratla Party and the Chairman and Secretary.of this $$4 of section 24 township fi 8 of r 2Jt el the awl! Also. at the same time and. place. the following'

.la Florida, who are white Democratic electors, OomlDlUM, wllhlo t.wo days thereafter, shall of the IIW" 01 section .d township !28 01 r 28 .; described. real estate situate la Orange.
who declare their. adheraitoe to tile principle certify to the Chairman of the State Executive thewKof the ow!i of section I and an a of R-'R County.... of Florida, to-wltt. The, west !t } '
and of the '_oo..U.
i organisation
l'ari7-n. Committee the remit. of laid Primary election: I.se14 of self mention.In township. IS *of r 18.: Jiof MOtIon township S4 s of r 18.
tional. State and Bounty-who are by the law ID said county; showing the result of each Precinct tb nwlj of the ...!< the nX of the swK of eoeUon I Also. the following lands situated lathe countyof
of the State-lawful electors of the' district la end shall. also certify to the Chairman oftbeOoncreaslonaf 5 township 25 s of r;Z9.: the. .U of the -u. Berrion and State aj Georgia and describeda .
v, which they offer to vote who have paid their Clttoota '''-111* a* to the .w" Mad the eft of the aU of section III t follows. : lot
poll laze legally do not lea than. ten d"1 I I he O&DCU".t..or members. of Congress township 28 a ef r 2Jt el, tbe self of the nwW. aha j jnwii the town el MUltown.. county and (State .ro.*. X
before Took Election Leld sad
Primary J ja The decision a*to oanvaM'and rtillea* of the of the ne fU section 23: township. 28* of r. said.Also.
ban when Challenged by; any elector pledge I.wl'lu. County Committee shall be Baal a* to oonntyeaodldatea. 2$.:the.*H of the sH section township. K al. at the same lime and place' Certificate

** upon oath before an Inspector his Including number theLrglsl' *. of r 211*J:all of section* township Ise of r 2I e; 1'0.5'l2 for ton shares 01 the par value of 1100
henor to abide. br and aiipport the recall'of I tore before inch Primary. "- the .U of MK and the eft of Sag section T town I each of the cnpiul utouk of the Naval Stores

aacn'prtmary ana support uu nominee thereof The following ---'* cans>Mlldaes an ship 28 a of r 2t.. tbe net< of nest! Motion 18 Export Company,'

Bach elector la the. county Qualified to vote In hereby levied for the nrlo\ll' eAoee enum- township 25.of r** e.Lots I.8. ..* In block 11: Term of sale cash ..

aid Primary Election: ball have' be right. to erateds..1.1. MjrxivuMember ; all bIoolta 2.8,4.L1.T.k9. 1 10. ...all block 12 of I a. F. KRIBBS "

tote for the following oaeersi, of fitat,....'! ....... ,.... ..; t 9.OO Ptilalf rPsrk;, all block I* lots t x f. la block Master' In Chancery,




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fife Klsslmroee Valley Gazette Wade the Tuner. Orlando Boy suits at. Cash Time.Motor ). 'I S or 6 doses of "606" will cur-*, 'o,1; I Hon. D., U. etthefr. FOR ATTORNEY w. : r
of Chills: and Fever Cold La- 1 GENERAL
Cut. priced on woolen good at Stanford : and Seam Boat Insurance.. case \tt
-- --- Co. Will son. grippe. I; lion,\D. U. Fletcher, candidate for VOTE FOR

TBLEPHONB NO. 11. The Fav Stocking/ for children and M.. D. Tlndall of Narcoosgee, has The Home Store w'Ur call for ''United States: Senator afternoon, spoke at to. the I i'y
house Md-nday a
ladles at Stanford Co. been attending court this week.If laundry. Please have the change. Jou"I'I court fairly /good audience; The attendanceat "Park M.., Tramiqell

PUBLISHEDUEVERY( FRIDAYBY The HomeStore'will !send and gel I you need anything. In Winter him. on delivery of the same the meeting. however, was largely .

Jourpackages for the White Star Good you save from .25 to fio percent Beginning1; Monday the grocery curtailed by,'a. ,down-pour of rain A Friend 'to the People. }
L undr,. 47-tf . at Stanford Co. stores of Kisslmmee will close at U p. -I which began ]lust. before the. meeting,
W.tE HARFUES. FOB SACK:-Good farm horse and "Sueslnd silks" so extensively advertised m.,except. on Mondays and: Saturdays. I and lasted till after lIe speaking.. '. .

..c' .:=_ ": -=:::'::-=- 7--- wagon at a bargain. in all the leading. period- Syrup of White Pine and Tar I.a. Mr. Fletcher wa Introduced In a
OFFICIAL WEATHER REPORT. If J. L. MOON. icals on sale at. Kau'a. remedy that will positively' oure few' well-chosen word by Maj.] T." 14.Murphy i

Avtvsr. tomiMTOtuM for w.vk ndlns Thurs- Judge R. A. Bartow of Whittier, Mr. T. II. Mlnx left. Tuesday for cougtis. and'cold.. For sale at KIsslmmee I Chairman of the Democratic ,.,
. April VOJtoe. was here this week transacting. busi Parkersburg, W. Va., to sftend the. Druar Co. 51-tf county Executive Committee..
p. _._-- -- ------ ,,. / The speaker devoted considerabletime
n. Judge Buclow besides being summer at. his old homn. Send your collars, cuffs and'' shirtsto
....:. \ Mint ;:- Justice\ of the .I'eace holds several Mrs. II. W. La vis returned Tuesday ,the White Star Laundry The I to the pamphlet Broward and just read Issued byGovernor'

other important. po.ldoD', and Is one morning from a visit. to her daughter, ,: Home Store will send for your packages ; In which the some f
from it
of the. busiest In the. extracts governor
men county. Mrs. T. J. Tedder,, at Seffner. If you will notify\ them. 47-tf '
with being .
. MI I ItsY charged Mr. .Fletcher a ,
PrW4 Will McLaughlin, who ROme time Capt.. Wm. .H. Caldwell, chief of FOR MALK.--I have for sale. six good railroad attorney, which be denied
: :u: o r LW ago sold his interest In the Cltv United States. Engineers: was up from I horses, which must. be disposed of, and slated that the Governor was now
. I IOU II at Bakery store on account. of ill health Tampa oo business last Monday and will go at a sacrifice. neglecting his official> ) duties at Tallahassee "1 **

rdq .... .0.\ has so far recovered as to be able to Florshelm's (5 Patent Oxfords, are e J.V. MILLER. to canvass the State. In (beI ... #&
"e$ till ..t.7k resume work and has again taken up the correct thing as, to style comfort There are rumors around town thatthe I Interest. of his candidacy for' United COMING I I 4K
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the. management of the' store for ,'Mr.. ; .1 etc. Found at. H. C. Stanford Co. >fe.tlve. "blind tigers," all of States Senator. He also stated, that
I Nlemejer ?nlv. which were completely' rooted from the governor was posing as the DR., J/ C. DAVIS, Opticle.*, of :

Commencement. exercises of the tyn't fall to attend the auction Bale Klssiomnee some time. ago,have again people's' candidate against corporations Kansas City, who has been' coming ..
v > V % W Osceola High School will\ be held this tomorrow ( Saturday) at 10, a. m. at. put. In an .appearance' are becoming when he was being supportedby here for'several. year and hat fitted. _
Wednesday May 27th. to Mrs O. C. Peeler's.old home near the bolder everyday, the bankers of the State and bad
FIELD. Monday. June 1st., Inclusive. The court house. Uon W. B. Lamar, '''candidate forUnited appointed Milton, the president. of a maeyof the best people of KI. m_
F LOCAL program'is now being prepared and States. Senatorspoke at, the bankto'fill the unexplred.term of Will I with. glasses U Her agelM sad' will I II
We pleased to that Capt. .
learn
will\ be given in full In this in are In the Senate.He 1'1.7'.16111.
Bryan
paper Arch Bass, who has been so seriouslyill court house last. Saturday afternoon.! rental totll Saturday, '
the next week or so. at. his home at .Narcoossee foe the Mr. Lamar was an entire". strangerIn stated that no one was paying I at PaVk Hotel, where he will teat/yes : v;

wa uHome. ,, We hear that. Klssimm has changed past several weeks, is now improving: these.. parts.. but hi*speech created.a his campaign expenses but owned himself him free and fit glasses ., '.,. ';., 4! **4y.i/ ,
and no one
v ,.favorable-impression and doubtless consequently .
the first. three. letters in her ; ,
name :
; bargains .
Builder. Contract.WllUon. If are looking for tit- -he .
you had pull with him. That .
made votes for him./ or any Hadsode
Instead Orlando come of Years Staadi.E. Bar-
Cow, of Kta.- >
tend Mm. Peeler'a auction sale of
M. cots would Into the. office of U. S.
to go
Dwelling, foe rent apply .
er-Star. This is not because household and kitchen furniture. i tomorrow st... yed.'On. large cow, color Senator unhampered in any way by ins. Doctor's TreatweatCured .rl
Tiller, are more numerous here than kisses, ( Saturday) morning at' 10 black and white spotted. with black wltli Davisv : '
i' :ItagersoII Midget watches 92.00 at but. bec.u.et.be'y. are more )in evidence.It o'clock. neck, butt'' bead, .marked crop split. any with clique the' sole, faction aim of or serving corporation.the fliaeaea' by Dry S: $
'n i
Kail'.. pay*.j>o advertise l"Depu two underblte In one ear '...allow.fo..k Done neglect yourchildren's eyis.I
Auction. sale .of household and 1 people arl was looking to no one for I,
Black Minorca eggs, tl.OO for 13. (y Grand Muter L. C. Masse kitchen furniture at Mrs. Peeler' old underbH In' the other. Any one flnaaclal aid. t _.. . ; .
Boa,113. 17-3t. ," of Orlando, made an 'official visitation home the court house tomorrow finding her will please notify me and Mr.Fletcher after saying -hi re- '
near .'. ,, irJt
t.hel.t..ouble.
I them for ,
will Netice.We
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Mr.' O. A. Beach, of, Gainesville, f.s is to Orange Blossom Lodge ( Saturdaytat)0o'clock) a.m. .Don't pay E. D. WOOTEN. peel.. to his opponent took up his .. .,'i.'j L',... ,' "'\.(( i
." & A. M. last. Monday night. A banquet "
'bore attending court.. ' ,. , miss it.Mrs. Loughmn-n Fla. own platform and brleliy outlined. his \
A or 6 doses of'''( 06" .will cure''soy was served and his The visit Master's was O. O. Peeler formerly of KU -- Ideas of government. ( have! sold:,U*: K....+trMe..'!"'(i a ttl

case of,Chilli and Fever, Cold or La'grippe. decree made was fete impressively occasion. conferred on slmmee, but.. now living with. her son'', The members of' tne paptlst. cnurch Mr. Fletcher bas a large number 'of Drug Co.'s business to A..B. Jarre r,/,'a ,.. R'!.., '
;' Will in North Carolina. Is here on a extended a call to Rev Buoy an friends,in this county who are working > a .
More Will Barber. visit to Mrs. J, W. Thompson and Stevens, of Butler, Ky., to diligently in his behalf, and he ; will, and W W; Jackson., "You, will \'
the .
Only ten more 'da, We notice several of men "--, them for the en.uloaear.. .M.. here. ,
i 1 our :young other friends, :.. serve poll a strong vote
prlmP", are making 'frequent. visits to Cow- The D. Kldd will\ hold Stevens accepted the call, and will V' V.V I -h.,..,.,,.....- please pay,, the account you are' due
Rev. D.ld
1% Totnado Insurance, 25c per 1100.00 simniee. (KIs) these days. Why I. services In the Episcopal church on assume' his duties\ her .* soon a* be Lo.i. us to them and greatly;oblige.'
"WilUon. this?-Orlando Hepo..ter.St..r.-Bro.. can be released from his present. I "
BICTclei, Shanibarger Or9.Ot -. Holly has evidently. never visited Kis Sunday next.: Holy communion at. charge which will probably be in the On Monday April 13th, between Mr. We, thank,you' for your .patron- .
lssor simmee' If be had, he would wonder 10:30: o clock a. m., evening prayer few weeks Mr. Stevens has CrossPrairie age.during I if .
1 'clock next ,. Stephen Part house on our ownership! .and.eqllcit -' "
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sermon at }- rift ;!,
i Leave for the White Star why the the whole population of Orlando preached at the Baptist, church the and "Cinoe Creek,", a canvass : continuance of timeforthe .
packages Home Store. 47tf didn't move here in a body and. Aqy matting. purchased from us, past. two Sundays and made a most. wagon cover, about 7x15 feet, a ; '.
The
aundrv wltb stay.. ,, for cash. and retailing at 25 cents favorable impression on all who with brass grumnet and re-lnforoed new, firm B., L. Last ty. ,'
; Mr. R.T). Fuller Is v'p fromLake- W. B. Harris, editor of the KIs- per yard or more, will be laid free heard him.'Sheriff . eyelets of striped. ood.., Finder will
M. .
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.tde Grove*.i to spend .Nw" days in stmroee Valley-Gacette, was In the of charge, in- any house within the O. F. Prevatt has learned please leave with Mr. P..ID. HIcgs. "
town j for short visit.. Mr. CUT limits. This .is guaranteed by; Seminole Indians Peghorn and I will reward them for .
* t tIjtV'al city today a that large party of solicit( 'Continuance of
B or e7luwa of 660" w.Jl' cure any Harrises giving' the people of Osceola the Home Store.Wanted.A with seventeen wagons' guns, dogseta. their trouble; Respectfully, Vf e a yqi : _

i e ,ease of Chills and Few, Cold or La- county one of the best ever BTlppe. published and he is receiving encouragement town to sell our perfect water filters far',from Whittle and are slaughtering r
:J.l For'Sale.-Marine, pasoline engine. in his efforts to buildup retailing from tl. O to' 18.00 100 percent < game at a terrible rate. A* soon Massey States' His Positions. Co. and assure you thatwe, vrll endeavor ..

"1 3 to 3i h. p.. Good oondltlon. Will Kissimmee and Osoeola county.. profit to agents, exclusive terri a. court adjourn and Mr.- Prevatt to supply your wants to our r
''llell at. a bargain. L E. BARBEAU. Orlando ReporterStar.Use . tory Seneca Filter!. Co., Seneca Mo. can getaway be, will go down and Orlando, Fla., Mar 6; 1908. ' '
Bon. L. C. Mallet candidate for Plank's Chill Tonic. GU"' D- March 20th 1 mo. make an Investigation and If be finds Rev. V\,. R. Lambert, Sup Florida line at.\'Drlcu suit you. The "

State Senator from the district. was teed., Price 25 cents.. Sold by all it is reported that after the severe things a* repofted'the Indians will Aotl-Saloon League, Gainesville' Fla.. Best goods at .the .lowest prices "'
' |10 town" Monday night and Tuesday.A'beattjnfu druggists. U117-8 hai1 storm at' Boggy Creek about. two have to either. seek ot.herbUD"loC/ Dear Sir. I consistent with dealing-will
of the new called weeks ago; parties in that section grounds or answer to the court for I am In receipt of your' letter of square M
) assortment is to the advertisement -
I eat.. Attention hotel raked up the hailstones, some of their depredation. Indian are as recent date, asking me, whether (If I be our motto. We request the eettlement h.-'
Valenciennes In this Issue of the ,
laces, Filet Cluny; KATZ'S.HonJ.DraxtOn' "Breakers by the Sea," Seabreeze. which are said to have peen as largeas amenable to the game laws of Florida am re-elected to the state senate I of all past due .accounts '' ,4

.; Beacham candidate Fla. This hotel will be managed this hen eggs/ and froze ice cream with a* are other people. would be willing to give her 'people decide before Ajtfll. 10th in order that we .. ',
,of the opportunity to'
I few hoursIn season by I. M. Mabbette. a former them. The Gardner pasture. comprisingabout state an clotfb the old business by .
may
a
i for State Senator, spent whetherthe. constl up
by popular yote
the Bass, Sr., was carried to 25,000 acres was ourcbased taut I ,* '
I' night. In the. Interest resident of Kissimmee woo was Mr. Quinn ,
town-Tuesday not.be that dateA.. B.
shall JARRILL.
shall so
1 L' builder and proprietor of the old the hospital Orlando Tuesday suffering I week by the Southern Land_ and Investment tutlon or .meDd-1 .
I \Of his aodldac Tropical Hotel here, which was latterly with. a severe carbuncle on the Company of Wisconsin. ed a* to prohibit the V, .W., W, JACKSOJ .
I Mr. J. McPhatter entertained lone i known as Hotel KUstmmee He_ has back of his neck. Mr. Bass has a This well known nasture lies, between. sale of l Intoxicating liquor In this Proorietors. '.
% ; ladles of the Borne Mission Society. I I had year of experience in the. large circle of relatives and friends the Lee Parson Cattle. Co.'i pastureoa late. All that! the legislature can do
'of the M. E. chuurcb, at her home last management many of resort. hotels. here who will hope for Ms .peed.ye- the porth "and the LighMey Parson In this matter Is to agree by a '.vote"of: .. M
'. the two thirds of all the membere elected
.Fa-ld.y-fte..Dooo. Cattle comoaD, pasture on
.
I Stove wood delivered in town at covery.Mrs. to each house, to submit' to the people -
The Christian. and Missionary .T. DI. Gardner left Mondayfor' ; Bputh.. This land was owned jointly
strand.10tf
,Alliance,.will meet. at. their. ball In 1.00, per LUMBER Co: Cairo. Ga., to spend severalwedks bv the United Land Company; C. w. for approval rejection a constitutional -
KissiMMEB
r'. North Klsslmmee next Monday night I visiting her daughter, Mrs. Ward and P,-A.- VaD. Agnew; and amendment. to that effect D.ROTDNDO:
| The recent. rains have started I I do not. see how fair minded
any
t tp stead of Tuesday as heretofore. I Lane Polk. Mr*. Gardner has boon the) vale wa. negotiated by Mr. Vans ,
rJt I 17?)'Hon. Duncan U. Fletcher, while in everything to growing .beautifully,. In feeble health for several week"", and Aghew through W. M. Murphy of man, especially any Democrat, whb .ri 1
favorableseasons' the people toexpress
of
the believe. In the
should right
and present I who for twelve
lawyer
( of his Louisiana, a
the. Interest I' willdo her
in
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; town Monday continue Osceola county's. it Is hoped. thechange: Chairman the Judiciary their opinions and to, govern '.
was
,, .candidacy for U.aunt'Mrs./M.S. Senator, wa F._ prospects for a heavy crop of oranges: good.We :years Committee of the Lousiana State Sen themselves, can object to asoertalning ... ,
the truest of his ; corn sweet. potatoes, watermelons and wish to inform the teemed" The new'owners have purchased their. opinion on matters of
I. Sears. : other. farm produce are exceedingly Miami Metropolis that. Hon. J. H. the ate.property a* an Investment. but It is (treatpublic importance. Your Fancy ,and Family Oro- .
| 0:00.;: Mrs-Breaker loft. Wednesday for bright. The resources of this section Vlck: I* a candidate for delegate to their intention to locate practical. question particularly I I., shall' the '
her hots*; In South Carolina, where I I are truly wonderful. No other the national convention from the cattlemen. the pasture.. qaalifedelectors of Ibis. state'have .c, ries.
abe will remain until. fall, when she country on earth could have withstood. second congressional district and he upon the right to express: themselves on the ;'1. .
and Dr.' Breaker will return. to Klsalmnaee 1'the adversities of the past two years is an open and avowed Bryan man liquor.question My answer Is, that 4S 4 t'
< again, and have been in as prosperous a and has always. boon one. Please John Hughes Acquitted. .O jar as my vote Is concerned-' I

Dp::D.y.1a, the well known op lcianb'eJpeet.ed'to I condition as our county. t Is ,today.; put him on your list Bro. Dean andnOI..ODl i being trial. for murder amVe*elected they"shallYours I ; Fresh Fruits, Nuts andConfectioneries. '" '
I : arrive tomorrow. and I Klsslramee Drug Co's. Little vote for him 'your self, but.. After on very truly, **" .: ", '
i Try John Hughes wa set
I'will: a* usual have his headquarters'at I Calbarlo Granules for Constipation, have your friends do llkewUe.Or- free since at Tuesday 8 a'clock this. mO"Dlnheo. .- Louis C. MAS'BRY.Tornado ; 'J' +

: the Park Hotel. See his advertisepunt Torold Liver and Billlousness. fil-tf I II ,lando ReporterStar.Mr. the jury-returned a verdict of not. i., --- - .-' & II

elsewhere in this paper.Our'apring .Toe members ''of Friendship( Lodge : W. B.council Clay who was employed guilty. . and wind storm Insurance: ,' 4 '
J : book o' samples for ,I I I K, of P. enjoyed one of the most. de- by- the city to survey the town Immediately upon his release Motor and steam boat Insurance; .
.' .Btftde to measure garments- is I llgUtful conventions Wednesday night, with a view to putting In a waterworks. Hughes boarded the morning train Stop 'palnareDr.., build your own Full t Line' .nn'ed Goods ';t' '
the ,
at ,
his
('repleteVrlth .n) the. 'things\ A system presented report
new pone that has been held in some time. for Jacksonville.!" cottage, through Jacksonville De- -
early and !get a good 'selection.KATa's. large number.of the membershlD was meeting Tuesday night which was i. velopment.Co. Call on J. M;;: Will- 'Cigars and Tobacco.4k" .-
'" accepted and approved. A ..pee'slmeetlll .. .
,,if. pre.entano refreshment lemonade consistingof and has been called for tonightwhen Audion Sale. son,,, Jr. . '... . < ;, .
& L. Lesley returned Saturd.vfrom. sandwiches 'coffee, eobsiderecfurther "
Mr, will be' , " .
the matter .
cattle fee were provided for the r Peeler'wl1l bold Wanked.-Ifix20 crayon portraits -! .. \
| a'weez: s visit t.o': his cream In the meantime MrClay's: ,, .Mrs. O. C. an Agents ( '
#a cbeHe reports his 'tattle look- occasion Prof.; *'. M< Evans, J, M. ; the entire. town and the auction sale of her household and 40 oentf'fram.s :10 cents and up -' 4'
Jat. and fine, especially his half Hftniell and. Will Barber were, initiated map;< thowtng and.extent of the waterworks kitchen furniture at her' 'old b menar.the sheet. picture one 'cent 'each. You Goods,are' AH Freehand

quarter breed polled AD uI.of; into the. mysteries of the rank I scope contemplated In his' estimate, Court House tomorrow (Bat.*. can make 400 per.cent. 'profit ..or.1.70per i ").**!* . ,
Low- -
Prices a ,
head.rLeeley and the rahk of Knight wssconferred. system week: Gasajo9uel-and sample .. Y;
ih' he ha several hundred I of Page;: the City\ Hall and urday) i .. ,
it. D.: Collier and I I"1 is on exhibition at besoldr4gaedless .'raok ..'Williams Company, 1 V 'ijm
; thinks the polled Anguswrntr I[ upon citizen whodesires Everything will of free. ; ;
adapted to the conditions here 'F; U. Lawson:> The lodge U now In f may be.Incpeqted__ ,, by" any ' price, ' 12QS-W.T, / JJorSt, Chicago* Illy
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The I HEADACHE FROM;""V EVUTR: I'N. T': f.i 'Ji C dlf okWashingfon Cathedral l. 'jlI

General Demand Slight Defects Vlsloil Often Cause f
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FARr) 3
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of
j Much Suffering cy l q "
of tho Well-Informal, of the World bee Basing Jilraself on hU records ,of ,1

always' boon for a simple, pleasant and nearly 1,300 eye examinations, Dr. x tiLh= a rLti ,

B. W. S, tarns claims that 90 -
efficient liquid laxative remedy!' of known per *
I cental of ,all those suffering from I f ,
value; a: laxative,which: phyaiclahi could AND ,
; ''
r 'flex 'or neuralgia headache-have
oc
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auction for family use bocouM iU com- ular defects, r

ponent part.,arc known to them to bo Owr 600 of the patients examined II I ;
I \
wholesome'And truly beneficial in effect, were altogether unaware ot their1 da ? "' d'
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_acceptable to the system and gentle, ;yet' ,feet. Fully halt ,ho ,tfiuies, weroTof I it ))

prompt, /in: action. only night: refractive errors or muscular I 1 I k t w e ,>'" $, '
unbalance: and It is In throe cases l'
,
( I, bel '+ :Ijltii
Ilentlmbcr'(1 lie lay few therein, they c nllnu.
exsilent in which ciliary spasm Is the di! Cows. a eggs ttC + '
rect' factor In caualnff! headache ID After you, have been/In the 'house ally remain\ about this locality, andIt r :

t Elixir of Senna/tho CnlirornlG 1;lg SyrupCo. person whose occupation calls for a long time, shut up awartrom" the Is not difficult tor, this reason to 1 # I ,

proceeds: along ethical lines and relic near vision that accommodative as- fresh air you ,feel! thechilling' locate' their nests and;j' take from ;J JII 'j

thenopla! rosults. winds. .Same way with the rows, them part of the eggs, These eggs '>
on the merits of the Uxitivo for Its remarkable -
. \ d
k There loa l no apparent relation l>etw3 Keep .them In as far as you can on may be placed tinder chicken hensor 1 1 3 $ t .1.,} ;

succeiu.Tint < nVth<> severity of the headache these raw days. the guinea hens themselves. When : \ j

Is ono of many' reasons why and. lie iilegrea of the ocjjlar defect, either ot these are permitted to hatch 1 i ji
e'-, of and Elixir of henna U the guinea. It 'Iswell; to confine r
td Syrup Fig given and nothing eipoolal1y'chiracterlatle: I Ripening. C'rrjim.If young r Y , r
a (the preference by: the Well-informed, except perhaps the patient's non-.us- you .have a small amount of. the mother and young as the 1! 1 !

To get itsbeneficial, 1 effects( always buy I plclon of the cause; Sickness or cream, do not skim so cloudy and young are hatched. and keep then : \,
le ,]lh impairment may be the first I near, at hand where they can be ::
the grnuins.-manufactured by the California add some milk Put In a little starter 1 -
fed and
looked after properly
IncltlnK factor Jn 'some patient withconil.leralle and
e and warm It by putting the cream! '
I'ig Syrup.Co., only, and fur sale ocular lefecU which | can In warm water, constantly ellrI cared for for short time until the r 1 li. r .ha r '!)I!,-

by I lending/ druggist( Price fifty cents gave: no trouble before.-From' the ring until the proper temperature In. young guineas become- a size that } t4w rio"
I '
bottle Family Doctor (> 1 enables them to follow the mother "
per obtained, when It will rIpen I
I ,,ojilckly about and withstand the strain of '. ,
1 1IIIt'kl' "' I
P The Government ot Spain baa Just | Capudlnw Cures \"omf'Q's !I A \Vond-l/ Don't.; traveling so far In a day. ,, 4,: ':,
? started In to foster its agricultural In some localities themerchants
1 \ Montnly fame Uackarhe, N>rvounnm. ., 1 ,
Don't allow the stock In wood- ,
Industry by sending touring lecturer i end Headache., It'll Li'I|>..d. Kffeclti: immotlivtely. -'I the will not purchase guinea eggs, butif wr ,
over itie country,* )'.....'.ribed by physicians( with best' !1 lot for they will be sure to trample those who have them for sale Y1 t'J

results 10c.. 25c.:, ana SOc., at drug .tore down or crush a great many seedlings would carry them to the bakeshops, J.3J

o ETOSTOCKI that have the makings ofa the bakers as' know of " :'
they
as soon
ii EWWAYM Even ,
a ulngle taste'of. defeat U ) J IO't!'
good tree In them They not only
their value, are very glad to secure c, kry J" i
hard to- swallow.! trample them down but, if they" are theycan ir il
them, for be used to a bet I
lao. WII.I. CURE: YOUR CORNS I hungry they will browse, upon themas ter advantage In cake-baking than ; il

ity ANS MIiI: If you Invest. it in a bottle ofAssoTT't. &U1' i iIKUIIN well-New, York Witness. any other, excepting duck eggs, Duck -r .1"J : ,;

coin PAIM'T, It removes hard or soft '< eggs are the most valued In the bakeshop -

corn, bu'uloun or sore, oilloui spots on the | Solder tin Pull, *"* ; guinea eggs being a close sec 1
feet wart or Induration. or the ikla. No i Milk phllu with rags drawn In ond. .' ;' I It

; palo, no cutting, uo-"e.tln.<" of the. flesh, through!: holes In the bottom are a Guinea hens, like turkeys, are of a I '' ,# ; J
D0> after 110"0"88; qulok, urn. su... At miserable ,
You
milaapce. can get a roving nature; guinea chicks, like the tt f
I, druggl"tdavaanahha' by malt from; Tug ABBOTT Co..j I' little kit of- soldering tools very young poults are easily destroyed by i", .

cheap and It Is not much of a trickto dampness and Inbreeding. *-- The <+ 1. : .
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AT TUB CONCERT I learn how to use It. Scrape away Feather. I, .rI

1 Mr. Jloks, we want you to decldq! the metal around the hole, drop a ie '

1I i a bet.. bit of resin over the place, or a little Itural Life But: t'tlons. I ;tl :.1..

,I, UKIMALKSCOTH "Happy to oblige: I'm sure." ;, sulphuric acid, and then go ahead Even if things go wrong, "cheerup. 'h.p a : .
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"Was that last selection something: j with your solder. Make a nice ." ,f. .,', I .

DROP 'BRICK IN FEED BOX i classical, or: waa it the orchestra tuning < smooth Job 'of It. j
Farm folks ran'have the parcels :1,1: '
up?"-Washington Herald. : '1
r ,IT( WILL DO THE' REST. post If they demand it. '" -
Care of Itnlry Utensils. .. '
Saves Veterinary Bills, I f, How's This? Let all pails, pans and receptaclesfor The King system of road makingIs I Revised drawing! from The Churchman, New York. ;1,1 1f

Time and Labor. We offer One Hundred Dollars Tteward milk and cream be rinsed with too Inexpensive to become popular. ;" t,!,. ;,
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a for of "
cue Catarrh
cured any by Ha!l'e! Catarrh Cure.that cannot b. cold water as spon as the contents If you have a good Idea, plan or J ; :..

WHAT OTHERS SAY F. ,'. OUENEV 0.Co", Toledo, O. 1 I are removed, says the Farmers' suggestion, pass it on.No / Unique Carving Fork. Parachute Thriller. jk :M "

& (... ....k<... I ._......!of roar. M.elat.dtau .. Vft, the undersigned have known F. J. Guide. This prevents ml gummy accumulation man has ever discovered a The contrivance shown In the ac Among the latest "thrillers" Is the ::- .; '
S.II_Brick..to..a..,old.hl.. ..4!I. who 111.1 h_ .. ... perfectly all "
h. O.bd buiinens .
a 6s traiuactiona and '' be set aside for a time to await wash- without work. carving pliers but U Is not. eltWrse aeronaut uses throe< different parachutes - ; ,J't.
e ::'l.lo::.:..,i'4rkiro: :T M.wIn::.:::1.;bi; : out any obligation m deaba h elfirm.carry .ing. Then wash in lukewarm I fork which the before reaching earth He .

f M., .ft RKRRAM, J.F, ,H.l I.Co.) .WAinixa, KIKKAN ft L!ARVIN, \\Vhole-1 I using a brush for seams and water'l A man is not necessarily a farmer Michigan man, claims is a great Improvement leaves( the balloon In his downward r't"l) J
JI..be..a.Ala.l .b I& iIIIIt. ] because he was "born at tho plow -a
Hall's sale Catarrh Cure ia taken into: .....11* ./... I strainer. Finish with scalding i handles." over the carving forks now light with n red parachute, but after' -ti',! ( ." '
Letters changed every Insertion. i i ( direct ly aping on the blood and;" mucuoueiiir- I rinsing thoroughly. it the churn- What Is the condition of the school- In common use. Again, It might bo falling a short distance liberates-- It' "r: :ir

tt:" Sold Everywhere bf Dealers in Feed i faces of the .ye tem. Tentimoniala sent free. J used Is, of the barrel variety, give a mistaken for a pair of scissors beingof and makes a second plunge through sC'
house where children spend "
: I Price 75e. per' bottle. Sold by all Druggiets. : few revolutions. filled with the hot t your similar construction, with the ex- space with a white parachute. This "', .> SJll
Hardware
and ,
Groceries Drags I lake II Family I'.IU for conatipation. I their. school hours
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c water. ception that when the handles are feat la repeated again! after anotherdrop ,
AT aO TO 25 CENT PEN ,..RICK.U I I Do not neglect to be very careful A well balanced mixture of brain, 1 drawn together the shanks etlll re- and he finally lands with a blue ..4{i 00 I

your duller will not lupply you writ" ui. Suspected of Early Frivolity In cleansing the separator' If one Is muscle and common sense. Is what main. apart 'At tho end of each parachute. ;7$& "". I 'I;

BLACKMAN STOCK REMEDY COChattanooga :, 1 A young Harvard man through family used., Because the milk "only passes makes the good f rmer. 1 Another "thriller" is a double par.' .':;r.t .:J

/ Tennessee Influence, obtained a position as I through it," Is no reason why It Many a farmer boy Is taking lessons achute leap from the same balloon; '" .3tt1

__ confidential clerk In the office of a should he set aside with a "lick and In physical culture, this winter, in which a man .and woman race to .; ;? '

MOTHER'' GRAY'S J well-known railroad president. The 1 a roml ."-Rural 1 Life, I I I at the end of a crosscut saw. earth In parachutes which (fall 500( or <{ <1l)

first morning he got down to the office COO feet before opening out.-Popular -. Ca' ,
.tt1 tt1I
SWEET POWDERS ': at 9 o' lock. He found the president I ram: COItUECT COMPOC.MHNG FERTILIZERS. Mechanics ',:", .

; jf; FOR CHILDREN hard at work. j it. '"
}'OooMla 0...tae F T.rl k. .., On the second morning he present"e -w---, )>"
'.. ,.... .. Hardy Newspaper Men raw}
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ir l % ae V t be : t
_...< >I..r4.r.. a.d ..!r.7 In forty-eight years no editor ;,
Hound his chief: there ahead of him,
t I '........ Wa,; r ak. t7.ld. lh" x;, ,
i Tpw..L .rc: .. working diligently The third day he been received as n patient at I
Okadte ..4wil. .ill& '
k*Trk.0aI.;' A. s: OLIISTID.: ; LA R.r.r.a,VBAR1'S managed to make the offlcfe 'at 8 Lime y ?honlaf Phonfhimttj Longvlew Hospital, of Cincinnati, and ." nb

o'clock. There was the president! already only one reporter. In that time the I.i1 I'eM

burled In business. .'., ,'., ,.'.'$*,< hospital has treated 2163 housewives, II M,

: That night on his way, home the f n 1204 laborers, 553 domestic s9rvants080 ;\
other 305 farmers, Z4.tv
servants,
young man took counsel with hJm- 4y,4ta 1 ftht
l
., d ,
; Sulhhate'f t
Farm
eelf and determined to be' ahead of 0tc MotwlelAmmoniar "a'poto clerks 141 carpenters: 135 merchants :110'D

bia boss at any coat. Accordingly he j ne Guano 135 tailors; 131 painters,' 13* s.,.

set his alarm clock for 6.30 and bY'1 shoemakers, 89 clgarmakers 78 ,oJ>

great exercise of will power managed salesmen, 75 machinists 64 fdftlaet-( ?1 'c;

\FavOuritc's to show up at 'the office before 7.30 I makers, 58 teamsters, 55 butchers, 52. l4 ;JJ

7 1 o'clock. But there was his chief i bakers, .49 coopers. 48 saloon keepers .4{ ;;sec

halt ant 47 soldiers, 46 school teachers... 'f f '. .
working away as If he had not left ?, "I
42 printers, 39 lawyers, 30 physl-
,.
hU desk at all.. I J _
\ and :28 I .
I 30 firemen policemen
clans
As the clerk entered the N.tmtl" ; ':.i\:
president J5oda It i tl
I shank are the prongs. When It Is -Boston Transcript. :
booked\ up at him with a quizzical; air. We have seen many'loads of stable manure on the way to the.orchard desired to hold the meat to be carved rfiil iJ-I!

"Ytfung; man';" eaLJ he( "what use do j Sprinkled; with lime, and also ninny a compost rich in manure coyered with the handles are swung apart, causingthe \1C"S' ..;

''s you make of .your torenoaas 7"-Philadelphia : I quicklime. One often hears of other combinations of material Intended to -prongs to do likewise. The i Shows World's Advancement., ': "!:'Jh J
1 '
f Ledger be of the 'hIghest quality as a fertilizer, Which separate or alone would sharks are then placed at opposite' Methodist ministers tt1eUnited 'rtf ,'S. ,btJ

WHICH be, but together are of little value. The following brief article and dia- sides of the meat and the handles' In : >
States are to-day preaching
taken a recent of the Agricultural .Gazette, ot New drawn together. With the aid of this used ff
gram are from copy ; ". '
The young author was In a quan languages It is said, than were ''a'I
I I' utensil the meat can be securely held,
South Wales '
; -
.. tip dary. "Would you Inquired 'he, after the miracle of Pentecost. ':I
l'o:
"have your hero tear down the street Whenpurchasing a manure always insist on a guarantee of its com the grip increasing In proportion to ,"', I '..... .a1I'
the exerted the handle '
position as determined by annly.ts. grip upon I "1"'
or tear up the street? ;.'
I Ii "That depends. U hero I Artificial manures should be mixed with about three times their The prongs being prevented from Owing to a shortage in small coins' 'q'"i ,.J"J-I
your a I .
weight of dry loam, and distributed evenly .contracting, they cannot cut or crush seven tons of pennies were turned out xi &
printer or a paving contractor? -
Courier-Journal. Never add lime to a manure containing sulphate of ammonia, or blood the meat.-Washington Star. In a single day by an English,, -mint.Roosevelt's ., 1' "

and bone manures, ak In these cases loss of nitrogen results; and when .. 'ICIb

lime has been applied to the land do not use such manures until about "I' ,
FRIENDS KELP Postmasler-6enerai. all
three weeks afterward. I ,,r rt ;'
St. Paul Park Incident. The accompanying fertilizer diagram, which represents In a graphic l. '
i I
manner the points to be taken Into consideration in the\ mixing ot differ: P'G

"After drinking coffee for break- j ent manures, is reproduced In the hope that it will be found useful to . ...,tj. ,

fast I always felt languid and dull. farmers who make u -.tbelr own mixtures. The diagram originates with .

having no ambition to get to my |I Dr. Qeekens, Alzey, Germany, and Is taken from an article by Mr. Leo 1" 't1

morning duties. Then in about an i I During, In the Garden and( Field of October, 1903. Substances connectedby . ,.... ;. '..A"tJ

:= hour or so a weak, nervous derange-i j thick line must not be mixed together. Substances connected by 4 t } sir t' "
ment of the heart 't144Ii
and stomach would i I double line must only be mixed Immediately before use. Substances con- ; '

come over me with such force I would 'I nected by single thin line may be mixed together at any time.-G. G. A.. :.. ,',
,r frequently have to lie down. I ;
I in The .
Gentleman.
Country
'
'Sldn Soap "At other times I bad severe bead ; S_ 1 I ff.
I
.
.
I aches;, stomach finally became affected _ .iI'
and dJsestlon so impaired that I i Guinea Fowls. pon't be discouraged if you can- ""I. sr

Warm ''baths 'witlCuticura, : had serious chronic dyspepsia' and i j In many localities the guinea hen not make youfarming\ experiences ,.

Soap followed, when necessary I constipation. A lady, for many years I j Is considered as a kind of I a noveltyor measure up to" the institute. lectur ,''; .',
er's "dreams.
State President of the W. C. T. U., nuisance about the place. It does 'J .r f
by gentle anointings I told me she had been greatly benefited I not seem to be thoroughly well un- The most unfortunate man on .. L La

with Cuticura the great \ by quitting coffee and using Pos- derstood that the eggs of the guinea earth is the farmer who falls in ';" 'i;.

''r Skin Cure, preserve purify tum Food''Coffee; she was troubledfor hen are highly valued by bakers for every thing he undertakes, yet holds t 1 Lit

I year with asthma. Sbe Bald It cake baking, and' that the young persistently to the belief that bis own ;J;'
and the skin '
beautify scalp, was no cross to quit coffee when-the guinea fowl will bring the highest methods are best. "f

hair and hands of infants found she could have as delicious an price of any broiler upon the market. The careless, indifferent farmer ,

and children relieve ecze- article as Postura. I If more'attention were given to the whose products are marketed in a t

I "Another lady, who had been troubled -> selection of the breeding stock, pre- filthy unattractive condition is in a w +,

.. mas, rashes, itrMngs, irrita- with chronic dyspepsia for years, : venting too close inbreeding and pro hopeless minority and ought to coma ii

tions and ch tings, permit found Immediate relief on ceasing viding a separate house away from over on the side of decency or quit }

restand, sleep and point to a I coffee and beginning Postum twice a I the chickens for the guinea fowls, the farm. .{. Ierrw "' t

of day. She was wholly cured.: Still their cultivation might become more The Cornell station, after experimenting ,
< 'V torturing, another friend told me that Postum general and profitable. Guinea
disfiguring for several years, found that a
1t
o rt when rood Coffee was a godsend to ber, her, hens! may be taught to live and tear potatoes dug the last week of September } ,, 1 t

all else falls.. S.?1>ou?ST bare rre. heart trouble having: been relieved their young almost the same. chicken "'or the first two of October' ,7'I {N ', l; ii 9 g,

, geld tkrattftioat the WOft1i Drpow-Loodo*.ST.ivboiu 'after leaving off coffee, and taking on .hens. Theo trouble experiencedfrom will keep much better than those dug ,:',;of yr

+ T..*.., Birdnrr: !f"*<"U...Pan g- *: Aunnl. >. a Cd trotpG Rc"u$ ; ,real.n,, .")..= ;Sol many such' .cases came toray ings;: or poultry: houses Is the ..overpowering to this method Is the possibility ;i
.. lutd, ,. _. notice that I concluded coffee thecause'of ;
Ara 7Xi, >aaon. t p Town !i1*-. was .influence of mite. and lice of the insects and grubs in the tw

, asrra.e. rna WU.arapaoeWi wu b.gw., nay: trouble,'and I quit and ,upon' them They' are much:;more ground destroytng.the-tubers It! they 3&r: rAy
,took up Poctum.. f am more than lice
'easily destroyed by and' mites 1 are left In' the ground, too long:-
SULPHOZONE, CATARRH BALM. 'pleased.to say that my days of trouble than the chickens... The'young ,of i Rural Life. '
....... Qral ....,,_u. Ottarrb Y.n.dy.S . have '"disappeared.-.- I am well and 'tl1,. ,,guinea hen scarcely exist "at all'' ;' J'The ,. 1i r4(
... .. ..._ ... _' '' '
.11.. ter b. h happy ''Tbere'.: a' Reason," Road Y':
far .... when.once attacked by; ifca or mites,
.4 rolloLl. n.W all IaY I tYtb wireless telegraph station.
........ . a.. : "The Road to !
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Wellville. 'la .
pkg
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wblcli them ,
..- ..... .wtlatla .r S _... quickly destroy which aal'rp4ea erected for the, Russian --
S....4.I.5. SL...a .5..t4.I it. r..I.a Ever read tiro"above letter? 'A' new. GuInea' hens'tlve' out '
r
.Jo!, l ..::d .r.at .d ,q ,, ; 'In the.open: Admiralty between Sevastopol:: 7 .e
S ...: If II 2.: .M..W. I h.:.tans:: .: one appears from time to time. They build theft under old Odessa QEORGm VON pCOt .MEYER" 'f :.
MoL.t.lr . nests an stump and undergone .
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,'rwrA." seer o..dM'i pats lIall041' '.are grnolnr, true said bnmk* when ones they locate their nest aad : trial. > liassach_ '..t.t.. Iu
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"- THE PUL'pIT.---: except In this their sense' -jf guilt; ALMOST'A MHIACLB.. F1TfSRVttw'Dancea! Pises to*per. ] t ::1

> IR maflentlyeored by Dr. Kline'Great Nerve NATURE .1
He In the.presence'ot'whom others .leed When Science Said There Restorer. .> trial botU and treaties free: i rAND
cried. "Depart from me. for I am ,Vp Dr. B. a.]Mine, Ld.OBl Arch Rt, Phllav,Pa
SUNDAY guilty! ", had no confession for Him., Was ,No Hope. '" i, j "
.A-6 lioLARLY SERMON BYpR self. Saints among men tell how they 7h. Inventor of the ''noiseless g\ia

'; ; ,, :-T. CALVIN ,M'CLELLAND.! toll through repentance Into sanctity] p. W. L. Kesbltf.". Depot Street. could further ,endear .himself to city A WOMAN'S WOIK
Marlon. Ky., ..writes: 1 was a Chronic ;
but here la' One who. looked Into the cwellers. )by Inventing a noiseless .8,.*' ]
face ot the Almighty with no :remorse Invalid, with kidneytroubles ,
noiseless band 1KKMOTKS
Theme: The Divinity of Christ.byterlan.Church under the shadow of that end where Misleading.' and often ..cracker and ,a organ. I

, men moat feel I a shrinking from an Inevitable '' This world could call fll l' many a bluff wished death might OORWS WITHOUT PAIN.Asaort's j<
sitting He spake ."1 have And run more nearly right, end my awful sufferin .
\ flat isolAii ooaii PASS l T removeseorns \
:Brooklyn. N. finished tbe work Thou gayest Me to If lioncal men were Hot w> gruffA '/ ga. -The secretions b. ..
Y.-Dr. T. ,Calvin Me- And crooks not 10 polite. t'09t.1UI4 all, without otUng or r
do. His without parallel.
"alIaod. pastor of the Memorial Pres- case is Af; Were thick with tag and leaves no .orea_. It ou.... son
not "
'. This slnlessness separates Him "
: .Seventh and ment, .my limbs , bunions or BON,
avenue lessor oora* between the, toe.
only from the sinner but also from ( I.cil-I
;"E i St. J* n's place. preached Sunday want len and my right It all quick and per.
{ the 'saint; He stands alone. r The. Professor-"I you Clbll", I,callous*pot* owns
LtnomTng::onf The Divinity of Christ: when so nearly) : Get it s4. drugtlits 0)\ .en4S&Q.
'OU. maoeot. your
)' ) But ) have seen the least urea to go 'to my lecture to-night. I
Which
; One.Wax
,').t' I I to Believe In in -It.* The A Man text May.was Come John you have found out He did no wrong; RobertCouldn't you whip us ln. could not raise my to Tat AssoT Co., Savaanah. Oa. 'U
' He did the right. Every word above my head. The doctor .1
always "
band
''it1J , -1:14 this papat., -Life. '
: "The word 'beeame hash and .stead, 'Just once It it wasn't for Sunday school picnics
dwelt and act' outruns conscience; He, madea .. held out no hope otmy recoyery and .4.
among .us. and we beheld His wouldn't ( ,
bugs o.ave.
I ,i new character. Tbe first' element but at last started ants apH
I bad given up
: 'lUorjr glory of ,
.( as an only begotten On I lie Contrary.Bph
.
I "'; was humility: the word was not new much fun 'I!
1 Doan's Kidney Pills and madea
from using
; a Father full ot and
; race -I. "
In HIs the Greeka had equivalent Green Ah desires to purchase
time an
I/JIJ
'
II \ , truth. Dr. McClelland said: rapid gain.After: three months'use ," IIi
Curets'LL JtRCPTIOHS. '
for it meaning "coward; T Jesus ITCBJINO
I ; : My theme is The Divinity of ah raster: I was well and at 'work aealn." .. "
made the baseborn word the keyword .107 .t have bad '
'. t" OleneosMd..Nov.11.1 j
Christ Clerk Safety
;
One.Vay in Which a Man I Sold by all dealers. 60 cents a IIaoLFoat41..Mllbur and hav. ,
of Christian character. If ever bands for 11 ,
\ ". lab dl. rot evaama on my year
j May Come Green-l'O. ; am
to Believe .In It. What I Eph Co. Buffalo N T. r.rssiiis .. JH
there was a world-lord it was lie; and tried vwrthlnav I have been utlag yes
,.I dO"1J mean by the divinity of Christ yet He was among men as one that I cocla.1 usage."Harper's Weekly.' 4 day. Gad the results sr.great./ ::.*' UNj. M

I'would theological or metaphysical aerveth.'. And since then wrvlce has .,' Happiness and marriage Cordelia Signed. Mrs. M. Barvey.: Tsrrssiss' Is the B. NK
f ;j. Xbls I* a sermon for'prae. safest p&let tare for eoaema LYD e
It Gives" Him a Host, always surest ,
reckoned of "
been the crowning grace are not synonymous.
flea for all Bold druC'
men'who 41 by
i men, want to be- J and other akin
work
:, lleveim this fundamental truth of character, and"men have stretchedout "Every" :year the 11I &'a' have Mrs. aWl or seat by mall l for to*. by I. T. Bscrrails. Nature and a woman's com.,

\' rill! on. Do we mean by calling our their lame hands to :seize .and Jones up to .their country home for along BUYING PAINT, BLINDLY.. Dept. A. Bavaaaah. Oa. blued have produced the grandeat
wear it. Another element of Jesus'. 1 woman's ills thatl; the
Jesus remedylor
divine that visit '
... 11' is God that te
; ,
all ot God? We could not mean that- ; character was love; this too. He era Fond of .her, are they?" l Many''people look upon paint bayIng >There are always slot of people frying 'world DOS ever known.In .

for Jesus ated: not that none had loved till lottery and so It Is. the waythey to the man who i thinks ht of
; Himself said; "My Father Is "No- ot him."-Harper's Bazar. as a .dodge the good old-fashioned days
had loved all
Jesus but-
greater than came none do It. It Is not' necessarily so, 'a
;, I. 'Jesus stands for can tell funny story. grandmothers they' relied upon
our
all _
the time under all circumstances
Pure White Lead and Un I
' God speaks for God., acts for-'cod, Would however. and herbs of the' fleld to
With Jesus love laying Nobody the roots
men.' was essential elements of
Ile.i 'His Ideas seed oil are the
\S ,: are God's His feelings are FIFTEEN YEARS SUFFERING. ,
God's so much so that-Jesus and God down one's life in the way God elves Newton had juat discovered the law. good paint. Adulterants In white ., cure disease and mitigate Buffering.

;,vJ Ji! are one: we see nothing in Jesus but the sun and rain without n tint;without ot gravitation. lead can be easily found by the use ofa I Darning Painful Sores on LegsTontared The Indians on our Western

'I ''Oo
,religion Is God; for us He has I was a new Idea. and since Jesus lived the Supreme Court declares .It unconstitutional oil ca- be detected-with a fair degreeof I I'' Remedies to No Avail-Used herbs for every ailment, and cure

..IHtb.,! spiritual value of God. He Is God. His Idea of love has been anything the standard less .than measure that- :," he muted, soberly. certainty. See that these two elements Cntlcorai) Is Well Again. diseases that bpffle the most skilled
;
and put on
And properly
; yet In reality are pure attack of rheumatism running in
; I "After aa have
who
spent
.t Inca very wjiich nraiAurea up to a cross in not Puck. physteians yean
.1' though He can say true ,.. and the paint wlllat.y put. < sores broke out on my husband's legs fromI .
of
,1 i sense, >'He lova. ., National Lead Company Wood- the study drugs.
*hat bath seen Me, bath below the knee to the ankles. Tber are
. !rd seen the Father. He also says, "The Another element in Jesus', character A )fan] Job. bridge Building New ,York City will. no'word to tell all th* discomfort and From*the roots and herbs of the

Father-Is greater than I."' Does not was forgiveness. This virtue waanot She-"I wish you would work-'and send a blowpipe outfit and instructions great suffering he bad (o endure night. and field Lydia B. l'inkbam.more than

111 the apostle exactly express It when ha It aforetime unknown did; but It they under who no practiced,sense ot I earn --the money for the flowers you for testing both white lead and \ day.' U* ud every kind of remedy and thirty years ago gave to the women -}
'
1 writes, "The word was made flesh and necessity It was a work of supererogation. i send me" Unseed oil on request. three physicians treated him, on "after' th. of tho world remedy for their pee:

; 1 dwelt among us. and we beheld His 1 He "It knew how hard It was othr without any good remits" whtttvcr.On collar more potent and effioaclous '
"' A man was not bound to forgive you It'l very easy .to be happy; all you ills, !
1 glory, not the Father's Culicura' Soap
a'/I;]/ 70w. but glory as of an only glory begottenof mark ; did he he bad a lien ,on the to work; the governor you would think; have to do Is to be foolish Outlcurm. day 11 Ointment ordered some and Cuticura' Keol- than any combination of arugv..
gods. Jesus Bald a man was boundto '
'if I earned 'em. -Wasp. K. rinkham's Vegetable.tom1aand .
tie Father full and in three Lydia
them'
of not
the Father'f vent. H. began to <'u**
",i n "' forgive, only .0. could he know A SPLENDID COFFEE. the
recognized as
is
omnlprescence. dried Th [ now
omnipotence and
rises weeks all the solve weN up. }
the
God and there before
., ,'! omniscience but full of ''the Path* vision; of One whose countenance us was Nt'to the Game. burning fore topped, and the pains became ''standard remedy for woman's ills. !

er's 'grace and truth." And so. 'marred more than any man's who ""Walter Is this\, supposed to be JAulaDae Possesses Fine Flavor Superior ' bearable. 'After three months h* was quit Mrs. Bertha Muff, of B15N.G, St. ?
though theologically Jesus Is not all Quality, and Perfect,rurlty. well. 1 can prove this testimonial at any
the
diner In
rill was led as a lamb to the slaughter coffee Inquired' the I writes
Mo\ :
Louisiana
: cf God yet practically I know ,. Albert Trenchvill .M
that and while they butchered Him, He RapidIty Cafe. We are pleased. to,call the attention of time. Mr*. V. V.' Upper '
.M when I fall on my knees before Jesus prayed "Father forgive them; for. ." ourden to the splendid 111..1"Qf" .. M*.. July 21, 1907., ..-. Complete restoration to healt.'f\
the waiter.
.; and'sar. "My Lord and my God," I they know not what they: do;" In this "I couldn't say replied LuziAitHc: Corns put up by that _ter- { means so much to me that for the ask.'y' <
.. am giving Him His true name, sort of character have something "I only started here this morning rlaU1 the KElI.T-TATt-oa. Co.; of 4, A, sensible man' attracts less attention of other suffering' women I sm wllllns.

"' ,'J Do we mean by calling Jesus divine that stands by Itself.you No other ba.acter.'l. ..,-, Harper's. Weekly New Orleans. This coffee U of tine flavor i is | than one who hasn't any serener to make cay troubles publlo. '
than IJII was quality and perfect punty. 1 had been.utl'er". '
something other than the match it. The A superior ItI. "For twelve year

"" i nan a foreigner from some alien life who wears It Is in a for clans by Himself.man. A Wise Daddy. blended method employed and prepared by the according beat Oriole te oooka& ': Th hands ot the housewife will be' lug with the worst forms of female ills.

to' the country: of human nature What shall we dq with this Jesus? Young Aspirant"Sir, may I count for more than fifty yean and when you kept soft and white and free from all Darlnor that time I badeleyendiJr..D'pbJ'.lolan.
;Were we '' No 1
to
tempted think that the drinking a coffee without help. tongue
"t With Alexander tbe Great and Napoleon drink LuziAnitB. are
you
borax
.lgbt of Him praying with plain men the Great with Shakespeare on your supporting: me? that has made New Orleans famous the chap, redness or, roughness It If can tell what I suffered and at time X t

\ ,*QoB- Father," would bring us to our Practical Citizen-That depends, world over. What make this the beat used. could'hardly walk. About two years)
'\ and Michael Angelo; somehow our ____________
;:; _,n.es.Ve cannot think ot Jesus young man. Are you going to run for coffee for1 the family of moderate mans, in __ ago 1 wrote Mrs. Pinkham for adtlce.'
of fitness rebels cannot
sense ; we twice" the atrnirth of There Is a lot of extravagant language .
; as uchuman when we hear Him the fact that it ha and truly say that;
it can
t+ say to'il' bring ourselves to call Him Jesus the office or do you want to marry my only half\ the i 1 I followed ,
) plain men "Follow Me." which ordinary coffee requiring I In lame brands ot free speech. E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound I
Great; He Is simply Jesus. Where daughter? -Philadelphia Ledger. usual quantity in the making, and ita" price Lydia
I } .means "You can do what I do, you indeed considering ita" and Mrs. PinkhanVs advice restored -,
did He come from Somehow we moderate, ; '
''I"can be what I am." Would you trans I U very economical of any on1be Mr.Winslow.StlnthingISyvnpforGhfdretngaoft.ns health and strength. It I.' ,
it i the moat '
ODd ourselves looking Joseph
past Pride. Family tthl thfI Um.,redaOMt lnnammavUon
. late the term "a human |< of to Suffering ;
v"1 being" Into mountains gold
/ market.LUZIAKNC. worth
over Mary's head. Into the heaven ,allay.Iourea wind colic 2Jca bottle .
:'Jesus' tremendou ale through' "
It I language you could find no Ordinary fatherhood and motherhood : has a - women. it

','' :for better term than Ills favorite" name never before or since brought forth out carload the tiout lots, .averaging.More than 90,00(1 fifty( lb order. each for, Many an able seaman has found it What Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable -,,
1\ Himself "Sou
calling Himself of Man. In so this kind of life; here is a glory, not have been filled within the past year. 'rough' sailing on the .ea' of matrimo ,1 Compound'did for :Mrs. Mufti"
Jesus meant that we like Alexander's or Napoleon's, or the moat important articleof vI .'
Coffee being will do for other suffering women.
.i. ,, ahould know that He was blood of our Shakespeare's, or Michael Angelo's It food on the breakfast table it U well ny. Jit "
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111 I" ,blood spirit of our spirit. ''I lIe was Is not like the glory of all theso rolled S 1 to have t.b. very bent. to be obtained. That 1: :

,'1ri .'like_us not In middle life only but In Into one it Is another kind of glory a i* why w* wrq tend to our reader this Dr. Biggers Huckleberry CordiaI"If
Infancy, In death and and anTiafying brand.
after death. splendid : !
I !
still greater glory It is a glory as of
;Jesut: divinity makes Him not differ- ; ; NotwithatandinK ita high grade quality, : BOWEL 1rawe fall<.relieve a* ea..t M It th. tMBritebM Sabi.41el.eof .
nn only begotten of the divine; that to ;, dmitora.andvne ,. .
ters <
.3J beautiful presents an given awaypurchasers Md ells Man.ry.1s" t .
/ ",-'ent In kind only different in degree; many to TROUBLES blur ('rtoiijt to. Klralt to fo r toll v Y.awt + .
fits the case; He is the Son of God. of tin* .plend>d coffee! .imply : _'i.7allI f
,. 'He is man, but more man than we. But must carried The ID every can.' :.'r.r..n'r. : ,. rl.q : aet atbn.' asd.b et5. .
we go: on we are )lvertiw it The likeness of Jesus to us is patent Here an' about it. I ..: i nwrajrb' .
farther. It is like this: is tell" you aU < .IIALT' 1WA1sOSRTATWII MS rJ,
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4 ''but..it 1. the difference we need to organ, Someone tells me that thereIs I ...,A.lw.. eaU 101' LO&IUIIa when yon' : DRI1U ( u.. "

H' "realize; the likness without the differ- in this chest wonderful ha ontel.I 1 buy.eoffe. ., r, I- CURES STOMACH-ACHE IN TEN MINUTES
,
." enc* were meaningless and 'uselens.. to It. I examine its echan-- ,' -i.
go up
'Many Roman' I
'If He a' marries for money'because
were lust man what gain The .
ism. I see that It Is an organ/ I. read
'world; Is full of men. It Is His 'differtna the nameplate on the console and get I ;be can'tthink. 'aoy. other, i does not melt*' you' dele ire

,; ;? .from us that 'counts. It is the this guarantee! of its pOlIsl\J lltle.. I excuse.) = bat b' quick, ttsorongn: gtgy I. ;l
dUtetrence! from us which makes it !Impossible J' .,
) go inside the case' and look, into the ,dad'V.! le actwb.M .
,, for us to call Him Jesus the tubes, and and Hicks' CupndJiMi Cures Ifradache, N. UBIAR, rr
great' .horns-ofwood
bad his ptcter ;
"My father once :
Great which makes Him Jesus the Whether from Cold 'Heat, Stomach or ,
'

.'Pi Only Shakespeare1, Charles)' was Lamb to come once into said.thisoomy "It all metal that and Is claimed I agree for that it.it Is There good may for,, took."So" did" mln ,but It took tour cops :Mental drug. Strain.It' LIquid.No Acvtanili Effects. or immediately.dangerous i ,. PIts flNJ Nr II W rt ;

i be.unguessed harmonies In this.mass 10c. 25c. and Me. '
at drug store '
". wa should all'rise up to meet to bold him."Brooklyn: Life TRIP jrstrr tfcsler ts/if}
of mechanism; there may be voices e>f >: '" r"; r,t Bo.'r-'f& ,
'. Im; but If that Person was to come thunder meanings like those of the I. AnApple Fifty Yea's :
Old.
{{ *to it, we should fall-down. and try 1- A Good Man.. "'- .J : '' ,
bIrds ,
great deep melodies like those ,, > '
Mrs Ellen Toothaker of. ". South
I. f'F
;,to kiss the-hem of His garment. Itfto.tbe I '
sing at twilight. I allow that there
Your 'dead ,
husband wor a good '
'" difference between Jesus and Harpswell has a. keepsake an apple ' 0"
be all these things in this MADE
may organ. declared the sympathetic :Mrs. .
t, us which makes us feel unworthy to But suddenly some one touches the mon that .war, thrown to her In a kindly ,

'*., ''put one/" lips to"' tbe fringe of His keys and the great 'thing springs Into Casey to the bereaved widow. manner by a'young' man,, while she FOR'

cloak.irlt: is the difference which life; it sings itself and me away. "I "He wor! exclaimed Mrs. Murphy: was returning from the Baptist _
t ,makes us *all Jesus-dlvJne In a way: dashing the'tears from her eyes. "No SERVICE
hear In It the voices of the wind the >church one Sunday afternoon fifty ,
i ;' '.which We can use the word in ref- murmurings of the little rivers the' 'two polacemla cud handle him.",-' TOILET ANTISEPTIC
I
ereliCIi to/no one else. ye ..ra.0.. She picked 'up 'the apple and uorantsd':' .'
distant calls of the gathering clqudt.
Judge. absolutely
with
took It home and filled It
I': And now what Is that dIfference. The great chords'.run together they. -' ..epethe breath,teeth/saoath and body
.what is., this divinity of Jesus? Just el( vet and today it Is very small but WATERPROOF. .
rise and fall In waves of melody they'ttemble Keeping ills Word.. ntlaeptioally class and One from **>N.
"
,1.t this, that whatever Jesus said or did. away into whisperings of: "well preservedThat, young man'' Is """E" halthygerei-Illcaddie.greableodors, '
,
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',' 1H. .Ien'.on men the impression of peace. The music has found me; the Mrs Fogarty (In fashionable res- 'seventy-five years of age and had I iu'I I which. water,soap and (poca. preparations.

r I .')JOod; like a telescope through. organ has touched my feelings;. I taurant-"Now.) fer goodness sake forgotten! tbe Incident until Mrs. Too.. alone cannot do. A "" "'

siwblch wa cannot look without tblnk- know beyond the remotest shadow or Mike don't order Irish stew." thaker related It to him one evening. OILED SUCKERS germicide ditla ". 'J 1

3Ing of.tvlo, ( heavens. Jesus always doubt that this chest of pipes is whatit Mr. Fogarty"All right I won't. Kennebec Journal.A r HATS feotiaf and deodorooIzIetoU.tnquielte

,' ;':brought God near. Always"}'Jellu.' claims to l>e. dear. AVaJther, fetch me ayther some I Ironh.dI ) i. "..1. .

. .. I-1 presence there is this unavoidable You too, have been using your Hibernian Suey, or Celtic Goulash!* w.n lpM , of exceptional 01.] ] ,
h>, ..;,.' ," ",feeling of God. When He spoke con- eyes your reason is the eye of' your I cork carried to a'depth of 200 I Sulta'$4o Slkhas'J4:) ? ,cell0oe and econ t't'omy.

science heard In His voice the tones soul but your soul has an ear and feet below the surface of the sea Invaluable
'
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of its) Infinite author; when He looked Puck.Bualcientfleason I -.irMira".. flrAeaKtla ,
atr .l
r while you were watching Jesus studying rBing"Yes will not rise again owing' to the great inflamed eye, I- "
; ,
wren.Nrw.w
at the soul felt Its '
one eternal judge
Him to find out If Indeed He 1* 1 throat and naaal and ,
of .
. : :searching Its Innermost secrets when pressure water.'BSH.IABf.si --'f.1 stri..e.r_ '
I ; divine did your ear hear nothing. ; that's old Sprlggings. uterine"'.""'" ..At
. 1'j. 'He acted .one knew that it was as the were there no voices from that Lit*' Half a dozen doctors have given him drag,'sad toilet I s 1

':>. ;;great GOd OUlei act' ; when lIe died which, caught your spirit and led. It. up at various times during his life" T.TT..I"A ev... store, 50 coats, or 1,
mea feltJjmat they bad seen all ot to lean out of the window enrapturedwith TaTTimiis a sure sate and ep"'Y eire by mail postpaid. t
. God that Human hearts could app're- sounds that were heavenly: ,sons* I Wing-"What was the matter with lot eawma, ttt r, skin and .eah> dlcea***

hend' ; henceforth they knew that immortal What do I meant That him?" and Itehlng pile*. Kndor**.| by physician; I I'by Tree DUTCH ,,; Urgi; Trial Sample J '

': : (; them was nothing in God a human the divinity of Jesus Is more than a.: Bing-"He wouldn't pay his bill.* p.......' thousand who .... .- if:1 >ltfnin& could but Christ. For all ....,-ut. ,. anUacptlo. Wo. at PQY PAINTER a
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grasp Bits.
tact for the Intellect it Is force for --Tit-
a TOILET co. Boitot
THE PAXTON
maU from J. T.tSstrrai,
of living Jesus (a 'all werjinow 4ncP"- otr ky: STANDS FOR ,Musty
purposes Jesus and
the conscience. Study
you Z>.pt.A, __"Dab. Oa.If .
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fi' of God; in Him the soul meets find Him studying: you; read the Gospels A Synonym."Yes PAI'NTQUALITYLPHREWHrrtLEAD CURED '

4,004; God meets the soul. and'you discover that your soul a skeleton had three feet would It Dive*' r
Now how can a man come to believe ', boasted a dissipated cosmos "
1 la being read. Other men speak and rt n Pouno onLroK DrosS Qilek.Rsllst
a S }that? B.elleve not that Jesus is the you are Interested. ;Jesus speaks and polftan\/ "I've been In a good many a bone yard? ;

c'F" 'Absolute {Jod, breaking for the first conscience takes notice. The great tight places,In my life." GARFIELD r to (toss ;

'. time IntWa world from which up to among men make you think of things.' "Tight; places," mused an acquaint MAOC .V ', > a prrvtaneat toe
this time He had existed'apart In the'Inscnitable Cromwell 'make. you think of power ance. "That's a new name for them.' Digestive .. TXKOLO / tlo-t-4ave/TuU treatment etivea

.\'. solitudes of Infinity; be- Raphael ot beautiful lights Mendelssohn -* "A new name for what* From your druggiat or the GarfiaW Tee DUTCH .Writ.free.Dr.Nothlaseaa er-' befairc1 SIINIaIIe. -. r,.
:'
'' c 1 wedge that Jesus Is some unhuman of beautiful sounds and pauses,' "Public houses."-TitBits.Ulien Co.. Brooklyn. N. Y" 25o. pw betUe. processDOYErTAILEO ... tea AllaataTeW
'r "
". driven Into natural human but Jesus-the very name Is a challenger Sample upon request.IN *
c' llf ;but believe that In Jesus the un- Are you your better self of SAVE TOE CARTON TOPS I

';" ;:", ."n. trod looks out upon us. the your worse self?' You cannot, i getaway Adam' Delved. MELODRAMA., '

't t.\l\ ,i. 'moral .character of the Deity becomes from the challenge; a Life ha Adam hud just been condemned to (Knightly Hero-I say: old chap ; Mule Teamlorax"

'flesh: and In that flesh Is aeen' to bo clinched with you. live -by the sweat ot his brow. that lady's clove episode makes a PUTT! LOCK,SASHI : 20

') ,'i i< "i<;.grace- How,and truth.a man believe. that? ,You The eye sees the organ and allow "Never mind" he. sneered. "Wait great bit.Admiring. I )fo..._ ..... ajferel .*earn tkhln4 .w .S ......--..--ab.ea tee
CM It is fit to make music; the ear hear Yes sir you're always .. th. I.ck VALUABLE PREMIUMS TKKX:
till they come refund for the labor Super- wen w get ratty
;- I will Dot jlnk as :point out this
: way the music .and allows that It Is an "* seen.. ,..ate br' '
-.1-a P
...... )
vote." ,lure ot a-band on that.-Baltl-l I i I d..s. e III. fa. 1005 '
is the
-r. y' that it only way in which one I organ. The reason appraises the Mat MYgaas.. wars ."1..1-. ....a .w.r PRE" Addtw. e
: -can come to believe that Jesus is the of the Gospel and says "It this Man Herewith they donbted whether more American. Randall Bros. Gad x11.4' rACIFICHXAMT OHAXCX.. ,he TerM.

\ iimage of the Invisible God;"I give It were not ot God He could do noth they had taken! him down a peg or rwsr..cA.
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t' H to )'ou'a.. only one practical way In ing;" the spirit kneels and whisper, not.-New York Sun. Free Cure for Rhou- _ _,_" (At19-08) f ,.
t' n n
ft which men built as I am may come to' '
I "My Lord and my God. The total
matlsm Bone Pain
kneel at the manger and say: "Here manhood agrees "The word WaG A l11alJ"" r
Strong
bras born my Lord and' my God." made dwelt and and Eoxoma.Votanto .
flesh ,
us
among
atyl
, -*a. First; then the man who would believe we beheld His\ glory; glory as of ati First Stranger-"Excuse me" butthat's Blood Balm(B.:B.B.) .u........warn < O

In the divinity of our Lord will only begotten of a Father full of my umbrella you have e.M, or' .O ,.... bone pain. awolUn'
bring bis reason ,tot study of the Second Stranger-"I don't doubt Miwscle I : imnlt, by puri/ylns' the Ued.Thnuaandt .
r grace and truth. After all. brothers pf nut cured b B. B. B. .,..
Gospel.iHe will want to know If the we do all believe In the divinity of it. Just wait here till I call a police. all other treatment" (....... Price ...- 9mrUrae 1 .'

\v record *M. the story of a ,real life Christ do we not! It is not that wi man." bollle al ,diiiff ..or... with complete ee e
....
'have intimated is direction*for borne treatment .,)&.e'. .1. "
t ,
..., Her-as' reason all have tbe same'words with which First Stranger-"What fort!?' tree br vritmi Blood Balm Co.,..Atlaata.. Ga.660.000V.CA .NOtL.1011AT alt
Y < .* tlllfled. Tested by the laws of evt- MttO tYg/1T i r
to describe It;, there are still creeds Second StrancerBltreJar8* broke 6
deuce the Gospels are known to be a I .wu.sasoemraultv. '
'
t'
t genuine record', and '1 the facts they and creeds; but aa 'under-the' fugueon Into ,my house the other,,night and Mrireo-fief;WOMEN MISSIS ANOCMILDNCN.:
g
th
the organ's flutes there throbs *
fc the best attested facts lay. this umbrella."-Chicago NewsCause" / 6O.Sewrd tlm
account for are Ieae
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ri undertone ot the' .bteen"toot. pedal TaEtACYCLEw"e: ="" {I: i
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< diapason .beneath the detail ot -...... I
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the Christ Himself. j ut- For Anxiety: _.. rAV rh.fn
and lan '
Unitarian ''Trtnlt underton-
iw ,
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t ,.,1 ff baM.r, w+eeS.eissr aid
; the sayings and doings together lag the intricacies: of new< theology ./The bab ",rwu alowabout.talking, , .."w.m.beM r ? '

get some Idea ot Jesus' character. and old!-theology, 'throbs for"-the.ear and his aunt WAS deploring: that fact :& Y1'Lasrt a..as,."'reA.T.7ApCTmORyyYtP.eR.I Me.a fre'sasnafadVeotbsr. *W M i!& SPi t. i iF' r

r And the first thing that strikes you 1.ps. that'will listen for It, the deep con Four-yearold; Elisabeth listened. aDS: _:Se ei= :-, r;'* ff.L Dou as S4 tnl (b Bat Edge Shoes jsatt Ba Eggtfedh AnJ PrkE t T t
j absolute stalolesaness:,He dtd no senting' faith 'in.' the divineCbrist ._y. .!rA 'rterw. W. I.nwa.a>.m .l 'the narrative does not Christ ' |ously>, alQTOL5.aa 41 r M OW e. S r. w l ee%S.VrtJ.ir! .aalw T ,, 8 iTVs2
.ta: say thls1-- ",a94..w..,IA ; mother "' abe .Ventured at l"' .111IIIII1111I tUttLC. UMCTin. 8. - .ri- iP
;gop '-wit-out the saying, ;...Ills life TiT "Ob.," :


|time lived fl& left among lathe no spot open the on'Him moral, but the:lepers He spoiling spent,but .The_ ; stream ie Wel Is*.''Springs clearest,|i at>f the LI 'springand .', length English;,,?"do)111f'We you couldn't,be.tdmedp tblnk,' he'll any',eoLfb of grow us understand up be- 1 UTTN: A. :M FAD,: ; EL! ESS! : ;. : D YE 'S ;;r i .


tontaglon fastened on Him; broth : the llfai that'J.' begun dally at : 'nra> ,.reads..H(1itaraadraM>reoloritbaa ass Mber dye One tea package oMr* eu .--. 'Tker dpi m evM water IwMer tamai a> .-.Y,4 "" "!: .
slot ullesf H*>claimed' CalTuJroJa faldomjmuddled I ,' Wd. I French; ,: ', ,. ..., **rM>.wltaeot/rtpvtaa-apArt.-, *. *er- tree koMUea-Baw..o...,.. IHiaaa .....-Mi* Colon. JH4,Mt..S ,"HU* 'I".. ...altf.f, .el.r1 ya ? --
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Now think of it. Seven fellows go off and come back and tell Mr. I 1. "" "' ''''ss*'''isaraara f aa'.'''*'uaas _#'*lr!
CARD FROM SENATOR MASSEY.Orlando Massey the drainage work should go on and he agrees to vote for a.. rii .

drainage law, works for it and passes it, when he was positively Instructed -
: ..orter-fllr. April 94t"th.
( R against it by his people and entire Slate had voted against It .ii LEADING
Mr. Editor: by thousands majority. It seems then seven fellows defeated the will 11 .
Certain, persons who oppose my renominatlon for State Senate. .of the people of the State and Mr. Massey admits he helped. them do i ,
are charging that after the people had voted against the drainage constitutional it. I cannot endorse this explanation either.
amendment In 1906,Jl I vpted for drainage in the J..e tslature Fourth. Mr. Massey tells us it is all right that he voted for this I CANDIDATE i :

of 1907 directly.contrary"to the expressed wishes of my constituentsand law, but all the expenses have been and will be paid for by the sale of
that the drainage law hate increased general taxation. This.ia.a lands. Now as I have just stated the lands belong to' the people and .

gross perversion of, the truth, due, I suppose, to j ignorance, of the sub- represent money; but the thing strikes me, Mr. Massey says in effect, I FORUNITED [F (
ject on the part of my critics. Probably no great number of 'people drainage is self-sustaining then have a new drainage law ? Why' _
s in this senatorial district believe me either so unprincipled or so crazy: disregard his instructions if, there was no need of e new bill. Did Mr.. *!
as to disregard their wishes expressed in a' popular election, and of Massey desire to oblige certain men' who wanted a drainage bill on the 'I
course' I did not. On the contrary. in obedience to the vote of the books ? To my thinking, any man'who was :instructed as Mr. Massey
;' people, I voted to amend 'restrict and cut down the operation of the was takes a serious responsibility to go agaii.at his instructions, espec- I'
j,; drainage law of 1905? but so at the same time to save' for the State ially after long and various explanations are given, fair-minded men I STATES x'
the _large, sums we found invested, in ,the enterprise. For good or for shake their heads. '
evil the 'drainage operations-werethere. To repeal absolutely Act Now I voted for Mr, Ma.ssey'and got other's to. do so. I confess I 1 5 '
of 1905 and to stop entirely, means to lose, say two hundred thousand am disappointed. I did not suppose be would rim again as I understood SENATOR L I
dollars spent out bf the Internal Improvement Fj.1nd. A legislative hIS had been appointed by the governor or Railroad Commissioners to a | ,
'committee of sever.. appointed to examine the operation, came back $5.000 place. Now they tell ma that Mr. Massey aided passing i,
with, a unanimous, and favorable report of the work so' far accompli that law also last'session of legislature, and under which he was appointed -. i .' .
sh d, and recommended some further operations. The Legislature, to that big job... I always understood a man could not vote for *
on this 'report, by a more than two-thirds majority, took away the a law giving a salary and then take a job and salary as State Senator, DUNCAN U.FLETCHER, : '
F powers of the drainage board to_create drainage districts, abolishedthe Can Mr. Massey take this $5,000, job and salary as State Senator _
old drainage district which extended into Orange 'and 'Osceola when he not only voted for it.but,Jed the fight for this bill creating this "
u counties, create :much smaller district from which all lands in Orange $5.000 place Stands for These Principles
:' and Osceola counties were excluded, except'a very small section As for mvself I would not Intimate this big job had any connectionwith .
CveHrol of Ial. .... Carrier ..........
in the extreme southern' 1'i 'bf Osceola, and reduced the ta* on lands. Mr. Massey's vote and work for the drainage bill when his people Ce>.ane.roe ra C._nalaafa. by'
" in the drainage district from ten cents to five cents per acre. had instructed him against it. As his friend ,1 must admit he made a Favor I.e.._ Tar *"-- r e--_,,_u.

r The wisdom of this settlement has' been so evident that the drainage grave mistake in accepting a fat job of $5,000, that he himself made fit..... for Tarflf ItOTrialoa, .. ' question has ,ceased to be an, issue in the State. The operationsare the law-creatln ,the job. It looks bad. It is bad. Mr. Massey points Florida Fanaara mm* Fwit 0--..... t-
; paid for solely from the sale of lands which before were worth out some laws he aided in passing and he is entitled to credit for them: o..r .. Hp-pd. Co.,...

nothing, and from the drainage tax on lands ,in the drainage district But if we justify this drainage law and his action in that matter and o.". ._... Aapr .rla.la.a f.* Barbara. I I"I.
L and from no other source They do not increase the rate of general then endorse the plan to make laws creating big salaries and then take i ... Rivers. and Wal rwq..
taxation the least. Since this settlement, the railroad companies, the salaries and this becomes as bad as Pennsylvania or San Franciscoand .0...... to Tv.... ...'all Mvawpaliaa. I 3
which were claiming all the remaining State lands, some two million our Florida Senate becomes a lot of office seekers, each after a Favora Carraacjr n.f....* '

acres, before Judge $wayne in the United States Court, have been glad piece. of pie. ...". ....... ........ ....." t..t.. '
L to compromise for one-fourth: of their claims. The other threefourthshave if Mr Massey has given his best explanations about this drainage
thus been saved (or the General School Fund of the State. Not matter. I as his friend am sorry he want into the explaining' business. '
fair minded man can regard the settlement and its results as other, thana L. C. HORNE BULLETIN NO-2.: '.

Round, business proposition. I may further add 'that funds of the Internal 9
cannot legally used t3 reduce taxation.
improvement Notice' for Orderof
ni
While these critics are charging me with increasing tax rate Application ,
through drainage, which is nottrue, I wish to call attention "to some Sale PARTY FARES '!; ;

facts which are true: ea
Notice" l I. hereby riven that.. I will apply to the ,
.
introduced and succeeded in passing, after all, similar attempts j (
J. ( jI
Honorable County Jndm In and for the County of'
had failed, a bill imposing/ license taxes of.$1 0 a mile on rail- ) ceola and Slate of JTorlda hU office" In the jI I EFFECTIVE APRIL 3. 1908.
; road companies about the only business class which did not pay a license Court Ho.....la KUilmmee" City on Saturday the i I
tax.: This taxation is yielding the State and counties about\: 9th day of May. A. D. -. at 10.. m.. for an or- i, For parties of ten ((10) or'more traveling -
let to"Mil at private male all of the right title and
.
besides what il yields to the cit s'and towns. -'
i
$40.OOO a year : literal of the eetate of Time DaM deceased late i together on one ticket two (2) cents w'
' 2. I introduced and succeeded in passing ill/,bill compelling foreign of sail county and State In the followlna doocribed per
p corporations to pay the same charter tax as our own corporations. This real estate to-wlt: mile per capita; minimum per capita fare It''
$2,500 All Section Twenty-two: S '.of SW'i! Section
about
: tax Is yielding a year. '
i rwenty-four; all Section 1'w nty- l. Lai One. '
: fifteen (15)) cents. ,;
3. On motion the license tax on express companies was raised Four Five and Six. Section Twenty-eujht.: All I i
from $4,000 to $7OOO a year. / Section Thirty-four and all Section Thirty-six, in Vi These rates are open to the public and
These taxes are all just and were required to make taxation Town.hlp Twenty-nine South of Range Thirty i
' equal. Their net result, through my exertions has been to *fielp out one Emit Containing-27 .
lands
Said being owned Jointly by Walter u.
the individual tax to the extent of $46,000 .
payers jrear. Sr..Oaear Ban and the aald estate and to be told
Lest any of my opponents may charge that these are only unsupported for the settlement of the _tate' Interest 'Insaid I J. H. REDDITT.i ATLANTIC COAST LINE.
f claims, made for vote catching effect I invite them to a thorough landa. WALTER BASS.SR,. ,
and searching investigation. I am willing to abide bv the'result. A.Adminlatratorofthe Be.... of Tim. Baa. | JEWELERAND
Deceaeed. i\.6t
Yours respectfully For ..tickets, reservation or Information call on nearest Atlantic CLine (
LOUIS C. MASSEY. I WATCH REPAIRER.Call Agent, or 'I'.

and see ray Line of Watches\ J. \\". CARR, T. P. A. TAMPA<- 'J. G,--KIHKLAND, D..P. A
T. WHITE, O. P. A. WILMINGTON N. C. W. J. CRAIG, .:-T.,MMill.
4.. REPLIES TO MR. MASSEY.Orlando -

Any article of Jewelry Promptly Ordered .
( Reporter-Star.ApriOTth.) .. .. .. ..
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Mr.;;Editor:, upon Inquest 11: MAC3M. aPlN..r: : MAOM.. lQ.
In & recent edition of your paper Mr. L. C. Massey published a ... 11ICVCLE SUNDRIES.aekQjl sLavery
card to explain his action in''''voting for and aiding others in forcing }
'l through the last legislature a new drainage law when the people of the JACK DIAMOND MACH BROS.Je
State and this senatorial district in' particular by large majority instructed

against drainage: 'JEWELLERuiid arkaa..Auadkarea,
f | Feed and -Sale Stable. g
I am getting to be an old man, am not in politics, but as an old- M. TILLER.i.Realistate ,
4 fashioned democrat I have some remarks to make about that letter and Bicycle Repair Shop.
the course of Senator Massey, I recall the facts, his explanation don't Next South" Stable. i i Agency:1 WOOD--:--DRAYINQ
to Sunny
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explain that may be because of my "ignorance", or -"gross perversionof I ? Everything Is New and First Class. We will
the facts" as he says. I know I am not a big or a smart man and -- - *
may be wrong. Let us see now about several points.In DR. E. F. AKERS,;, -1 .u Realty bought and sold. yj Render Prompt. and Satisfactory Sor- ,,.
1905 Governor: Broward urged and got passed by legislature a 1 4 Houses rented. vice Day or Nisht. All Kinds
drainage law. No vote of the people was had. The law stirred up a DENTIST .. Taxes paid and Titles\ verified Heavy Hauling. -i '

muss in the State.". It provided raising big sums of money bY taxing t>fllue Orlando Bank 4 for non-residents.: i l f
over and Trust
certain districts; etc., The tax was levied but not collected. The Co. Phone 73, .. Fire, Life and Accident In- AT SEAMAN'S OLD STAND. PHONE 13., M,,
t ,courts decided that the law was not to be l enforced was unconstitutional surance. h a a n n aA h n r h
Crown, Bridge and Puroeleao work a fl
Indemnity Bonds. B BIJoys > '
and so killed it. So the drainage tax.could not. be collected.. So $peclaa,.
far so good, what next? ', NOTE-Thoie desiring- my ,services ..."..."...,....' .."............. UOOOCiOOOC)I00o00001 '
The fellows on the drainage scheme urged that the drainage ques- should make arrangements in ad- "
Boys C. A. CARSON.PreeMent.. J. A. CRANPORO. 8. L. LUPFE M
* tion be submitted to a vote of the people at the election of 906.. This vance. will be Vlee-Preeldent.{ Secretary.
was done and it was made the issue of hat campaign. The whole ques- ORLANDO, FLA., and are always getting scratches,cuts
tion was discussed pro and con in every precinct in Florida. The issue --- - ---------- ------ ------- i sprains,, bruises, bumps burns orscald.
PILES! PILBSt PILE81WIlliam. .. Don't neglect such things M
g was drainage orno drainage. The majority in the Staje against drainageran
.' they may result aerioua if do.'
into the thousands and in this district it was four to one as I recall Blind. BlmdJoK Indian and Itching Pile Ointment pU.... It will absorbs care Apply I3allard's Snow: Liniment you ao KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO.
the vote. 'Then, the voters in this district instructed Mr. Massey a the tumori, all"..I..,... the Inttant itching relief at onee., ...too a*' cording to directions right away and '
ponltloe William :a
'against drainage. It meant that they were 'Opposed to spending Indian Pile Oin Intent la prepared for' Pllo and It will relieve the pain and heal the >
(chine of the private P .. Bold only by the trouble. Price 250.500 and $1.00. Sold )
The vote settled it. Now what happened ? Did
money.in drainage. Oan ola Pharmacy. Wo and II.W. by Roberson'a Pharmacy.
,. 'Mr.,Masse y.obey; those instructions of his people ? No, for ,he went '
up to Tallahassee and voted for a .new drainage law. This law was Rough and Dressed. .
signed by the governor on the 28th of May, about the last day of the Jur 1f- J1

legislature. Remember the old law was dead., But Mr.:Massey admits .

forced.: that'' he put new life into it,. made a live-law so, it could! bo en The Breakers by the Sea. Pine Lumber. :. i

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/' As I recall the talk and reports from Tallahassee Mr. Massey was SEABREEZE.: FLA. 6 l
the floor manager of it, and succeeded in passing this new law when
the, people he represented instructed him against drainage. Will ba opened June 1 under. the management of I. M. HOUSE BILLS A :SPECIALTY J '
Now in his letter. he attempts to explain this thing in several MABBETTE. >

;ways., The house will be conducted. on a higher plane than ever before, CCCCCDDaaaaaaaaaaaaaa[ .. y
First. He says he voted "to amend or restrict or cut down the thoroughly renovated and refurnished. .Rooms single or onsulte, -
drainage law." But he was instructed against drainage, and not to with without private batbs. Fine Ashing and,the best surf bathing "' ur Riper'Yriye. --- ""tF rP A:1?

amend the law so as to make it good. He had no right to set his pref- in the world. rrNQRTH KISSSIMMEE. PHONE NO. 8.:: .:

erences or his own judgment up as to what was best. The people are Sea Food a Specialty. A Trial Solicited.Rates M' :
.... supposed to know what they want and Instructed him what they wanted. -.
They 7 instructed against drainage and he got through a law for drainage, 1.00 pea day and upward according{ to location of rooms I C. W. Griffin :] I
Second. As second explanation Mr. Massey says: "To stop (the may N'fmo i Ir = "fI
drainage work) entirely meant to lose say two hundred thousand dollars ,
spent out of internal improvement fund/' What of it ? The people --r:. ':, I 1' TI

knew the situation and said what,they wanted, that there should bet u Fancy i Family: Groceries f "
"no drainage." Why should Mr. Massey join a few.other men and say aUF '
'; what.the people should'have? If Mr; Massey can do this. If one sena- : Fresh Meats. :. :
tor can disregard instructions, what is to prevent any ,or all senators. i. Sunny South Stables. 1 i : l t M

backed by a strong influence, from.disregarding'their' '' own people and Deliuery Every Day at any Hour. Patronage Solicited. : r
to do as they please and"to explain later to the people ? Let us speak L1 ,,:t.',
c ar aua..ia.t ark,aciI1i"""i. ",.,-.Ar.a.. a.r6ca6cselr'aauai.Aaa I. lSiaat !'
olain about this. As I read Mr.M&ssey's letter he would have us to L. H. INGRAM .
believe! the drainage is. being paid out of the drainage tax, but this is {( Proprietor. I. -," ', ':/l;

not true for simple reason there was no drainage tax collected the ' '"

courts stopped it and killed the law. ,Where, did the two hundred thou !* $2.15THE,, GOOD, OLD SUMMER_ \TIME'> '? :l
sand dollars come from ? It came from the pockets,of the people ort | 'LIVERY SALE and BOARDING A-1 = ,. U,WHEN YOU NBBDI ?
from sale of public::lands. It does not matter' much whether I take $ -' I C.asrMs -

money out of ,my' pocket'to pay a debt or the sheriff takes'my cow tow $1...."."......:_._...__ ---_..__."'.-1 .n Faa, 102...I\ Mnu wt I PORCH .CHAIRS. \
dolt, Mr. Masse knows the court killed the drainage law of,. 1905 'T. ,
soon after it passed. How did It come this two hundred thousand dollars Well equipped with New JStook and Vehicles .and'' w..... .rJlasrr..lilLb.l..ade. J

had to be paid?' j :, prepared to<< meet all demands with Perfect Satis, --Itto.r.tna VC.n _. .YO.s..a .-
'4 M t", MuseY'8 instructions,were plain "no drainage: ," but his,expla- faction. .-' .....---.-......... ,
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Third. Mr. Massey offer another:'explanation: He says "a leg- .- ---- --;.::.z.. _.u ,

k l' '- c. oamc back,.with.favorable report' and recommended" ? operation. WVWW "
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