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 15, 1908
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00333
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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"' '' : .BROWARD was.. candidate. for Governor, that EDITORS: MEET' I be followed by our community- generally :' .:;: ., H" ,: (,. .

the coat and vest. was never returned 1\T. Let the residents, of each
aDd were oharged to him (i1(jlsoo) and street get together and decide on It. 'H .. .,
IS VINDICATED. paid for' by him after Governor ST. PETERSBURG.Royally a adornment and KIsslmmee.(: will soon
I! Broward bad been asked for the be the most attractive town of .the
money several tines. South. .
"We taste pleasure la giving{ you UemelD r'' the setting out time Will \ ,: -;:-' ,'r< .
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', Hilsan's Chafes Refuted by Merchants .the "history" of .this matter from Entertained By'the Citizens: come in with the rainy season about ,. ." r, ," , : .. ",
I records taken from our books I In July Don't let. it pasi. Let our : .N.N.N.aNapNNNN. ------.- ,
of Tallahassee. October l5o4, t, B. Hilson who was of That Thriving Gty. ,motto be Beautiful KIsslmmee. i " \ ' ,.
known to us as a business nan of this. I ,, C. MAI.I.VO. ,.,: ,
Tallahassee Fla. 8 1908. The editor of the Valley Gacette attended ... .
city, came to US-representing. ? that he t - -- -- : I
\" Last Thursday my attention was had been sent by Mr. Broward, thena the annual meeting of the County Candidates. : ;: :
.called to an editorial published la candidate for Governor to ret 1 ' s j' !t" V1'', I
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Florida.* Slate Press Association, '. 1t. /
: State Senator-L. C U. .. .
WJttbe "Milton Index-Record" on April coat and vest. We told Mr lillson Massey. < 1 '. ..
{, 20th, In which editorial Governor which was held at St. Petersburg Beacham. : "
that Mr. Broward was stranger to : .
::' Broward rsonal.buee1 nearly two us, but that we would let,him have the aod.Saturday.The Aoree House Walter of Representatives', S. '__ .
Bas Sr.
1'1.:, pages of l coat and vest and charge it to him attendance .this year was unusually of,, the ; JCI.rk '. : \ '
(Hilson). This we did and our books Circuit CourWA. E. ..
small, owing doubtless to the Donegan. \, n<
'generallyIdered show that there w. a charge made '. ,
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fact that. most of .the editors were toobusy Superintendent of Public Instruc "
for 'coat and vest". 912.GO In "
p.i ( ing' me ra a .
5"* pmifheiA as "Campaign papers." .the October 1904. j at.home getting ready for the tion-w. J* Wears and C. E.'Yowell. \ ,
Collector' '
editor of which, quondam friend 'of "In our regular course! of business primary election. There were however I L'. U Bandy.of 'l'a.fll-R. 1': Butler. " .. #,I",, ,.. '

l the Governor though be be,, la now lobe bill was sent to'< .Mr. IJllson. It' tweD v. ve or' thirty present 11 Tar AssosBor-sJ. J.. Overstreet. I. ',
and hostile tohim. from!'month to month until. I I
personally politically was
and what was lacked In numbers was Treasurer, B. C.' Miller, J. t. Bea- :; .,'
*' JaluarIOO1 Mr.' Hllson came' into 1 made up in enthusiasm. and there man, .J. W. Collier ,' 1} ". . '
It Is .also( generally known that tae our store with the bill wd had been was not a dull moment during our I Sherlff-C. Buckets, Geo., W, Over- I. :' "
TIndex-Record" I. of limited circulatton sending him asking us to .take this entire stay In this beautiful. little street, C. ''F Prevail.CountjJudge .- I ..,, i, ',
and Influence. Realizing item from our books and give him tourist city. -U A, Minx, W. R.- J .
these facts..I dismissed the matter as credit for the amount, stating: .that the The citizens and ''press of St. Petersburg I Johnston. : : :!
.no being of sufficient Importance to coil. and vest was not for him, that it proved themselves most hospitable Prosecuting! Attorney-J. t. Moon' ,. .' '" ,
c, cifcl for even a passing/ notice. But was for Governor Broward. "We then and lavish entertainers and I I G. F. Krlbbs. 0 ,
since the editorial bas been wdely.opted ( charged this coat and ves... to Governor 1 during our stay we were extended every I Commissioners: ',' J'
; circulatedand commentedupon Broward / January 10; 1905, courtesy and made to fee.' thai we I District No. 1-JO, L. Lesley. .,
it bas occurred to me, thaiStatement a amount( 'C12.50 and shortly afterwards were in dead and in truth. in posse... District No. 2-E. ',J. Brown, J. T. I ,
..w . of such facts. art avail It was paid, tor' by Governor Ion of .tho keys of the. city. ,Large Reaves, E. L. D. Ovurstreel.district . 14. ,, '; J
,: able might not be amiss, 'Broward.. numbers 'of people attended every: No. 3-W. H: Mann, G. W. \ ". "
i 'When this editorial -was published We deem it but just to Gover.norDroVard meeting of the' Association.. Ballon, J; S. STRATTON. .,.; : ,
the Governor was absent from the to say this as some. statements The firs business session of the 01'1.1'1"No.. 4-John H. BaUden, .,' /
capital and I have not been able to have. been made reflecting on association was held on Friday after- 'Elmer R. Bass. W. R., Godwin Henry
take It up with him. When read the I Governor Broward'promptness inpajing noon'at 2:30: with. president, J. II. liancock. : ", '; . .. \" :\' .
abusive editorial 'the "Index-Rec his obligations.. Governor Humphries, of .the Bradentown Journal District. No. fi-J. H. Walker, C. M. .. ." ". '.
ord"'I did not bave at my Immediate Broward has a running monthly ac in the chair and secretary, T. J. Hubpard. .. ,
") ;uimand any evidence with which torefute count !in our store. and our books Appleyard, of the Lake City Index at 'Members' of Board of Public Instruction I "
It, but during1 the- 'fourteen show that his settlements have been his post. Mayor Murphy- formally : '
months. 1 have occupied the positionof satisfactory to UK. His accounts have tendered. the keys of the city. tq the District No. 2-W.. C. Bass.District ..
Governor Broward's. secretary.. I been kept up from month to month members present, and Hon. E. II No.2-E. E. Brown, P. O. r y Whythe : .
have gained such a knowledge of his since his Inauguration and up to the Myers cordially welcomed the editorsto Cromarlle. ,
personal affairs that 1 DID NOT KTuTEVK present date his account ....nd'l St. Petersburg, which was heartllv District No. 3-J., n.Tumblln, C. '. .
rd !; the scurrlllous charges; were balanced on' our books to May responded to by Secretary. Appleyard. H. ;I+. Chandler, Sol Raulerson. '
true. Investigation has CONVINCED 1908. Very respectfully, I Very little business was transacted at. Supervisor of .Registration J. *- : ,
me that MANY OF THEM were untrue, (signed) LEVY BROS, i this session, It being decided to, wait Booth, C. W. Grime) J,. A. Lancas Ladies t;: : i. .
r; and strengthened my UNOKUEF: in the May 5, 11108. over till Saturaday when more members .., .- :
(.01', N. Broward. Tallahassee, ter.County ,
truth of the others. I' would be present, Survepor-J. W. Oliver. .
Among other things, this now notorious Fla. Friday" evening we were the.. guestsOf State Committee Arthur. J'.. Done ( '. -.
editorial charges thll".he Dear Sir.: We have lust had It .the'Woman's Town Improvement ,
called to our attention. that .the Mil-I gan.Congressional ., "
t Governor owes Randolph, and Byrd Association, who had prepared a Committee M, J. '
'and Collins for groceries and .that herefuses son publication.. Dames our firm as one splendid program of music, singingand Hicks. HomeJournal, ,''".'. '. ,
of the p rtle* to whom you are Indebted local talent. After ; i'
.to pay these accounts.. Itcharges reading by Senatorial Committee. W. Mil. ,
that he owe. Sweeting ford and while this is true we wishto I the program we were Invited to the lerT. W.:Ellis ......". 11 a
disclaim any responsibility ot.knowledge of the building, where t .V'. f
jewelrywhlcb account be also refuses rear part County Committee: ,
to pay. It that he owes of Its publicity. Wa keep I''' splendid refreshments were served.In Precinct No. 1-T. M. Murphy. '
one Mr. Duncan charges bill of $126. such-matters our private business !'I' the meantime the chairs were Precinct No. 2-.J. H. Steffee. Jr.
t_ l ; whlcb he refuses to pay and which Mr. affairs, and would not use such cleared away, an orchestra appeared Precinct No. 3-W, L. Campbell. ; :
Duncan made a futile effort to discount 1 lethods on our bitterest enemy and on .the stage. and dancing was begun Precinct No. -A.. E. Whaley. , ..
for 25.00, It charges that he we surely do not consider you. as II I and kept up until a late hour. Precinct No. S Young; Tindall. ;
v' owes Mr. .John P. Roberts for house such; and In fact we have never been On Saturday morning the Association Precinct No, 8-J. W. Montsdo'ca.
rant,-which account he likewise re- uneasy regarding the ultimate pay ,, assembled again at the opera Precinct No. 7-R. H. Alderson. ;
fuses It also charges that ment of your obligations. ],!I house, several mote members wbo Precinct No. 8-F. W. Hill : '
t the editor of the "Index-Becord" This Information must have come I! had arrived during .the night being :1'Patter ; .
,,r from some one not connected with our I I I Besides the regular routine 1s
,. once borrowed>> from Mr. Aaron Levy present. ,
', 'JfCoat to be used by lhe>-Governor, firm or else In pure guess. We regret ,I work, addresses were delivered' by Favors Races and( Fish... ., .

ind for which coat the editor of the ..the occurrence exceedingly' I F Assistant Postmaster General Lawshe KIsslmmee, Fla., May.9, 1903. f y. .
v ,' "'Lndex-Reoord" eventually. had to, Very respectfully and Col. Toomer, of Jacksonville Dear Sir' "': '" ,
,pay. (Signed) T. B.BYRO & Co. which were exceedingly: : 'interestingand For six years I have served the 1
1 Without consulting the Governor, May 4, 1908. I .1o. I"IIC..I..e.. I people of Osoeola county as Chairman
..t. .and without apprising Jim of my Intuition "lion. Daniel A Simmons, private Saturday afternoon and eveningthe of the Board oft, County Com- Are Best ,., .
1'" ', (oblenr because, as I have secretary to Governor Brow rdi. quill drivers were .treated to the miss loners.,' My-, record 'inthis reoenslble ; .
1 said before, he was absent from the 'Tallahassee-Fla. fI.-- I time of their lives, being taken by __ office, Is open SO the Inspection : .
;"j.\: 'capital l) I'made Inquiry of the gentlemen Dear Sir, Replying to yours regarding special trolly and boat, about, eleven of the public,. and, I am . ", ,\ 1o
whose names were mentioned, certain statements. made in miles, to beautiful Pass-a-Grllle. willing to be judged by that record. .* ,
) asking them for a statement of the I. B.-Hllloo', paper about GovernorDroward's where we found a number of nice Two,ch........ are being circulated ,,... ' '.', 11, .',y Jv ,
;h ,, IQt.. 1.... Informed that.. Mr Indebtedness to us, will cottages and handsome hOLeI'., as against me In this campaign for the ,('... ', "
ttl roan bad removed to Canada'more say that as soon as we learned of the well as one of the finest bathing purpose of Injuring me in my race for '. '. < ; t "

than a year' ago, but I eventually artfcle we voluntarily wrote... Governor beaches to be found anywhere. the Wlsleture.The I ... ','d'' ,1\1\ ,...
found a young man, a Mr. Atkinson, Broward expressing regretsat Returning the city' about6o'clock, first charge is that I am In ""I. .' JqJ\I" ,": 'f' ""::J .' .
who was once In his employ,' and from the attempted Injustice done him so we boarded another excursion boat,, favor of a no fence law ,,'. ,'v,' [iJ.' '" '!f.:,; ..; '''''t.f.:. t'''., II;::1., ,\
whom I learned that Mr. Duncan once far a* our act was concerned. Ourletter .ndwere soon on ODI'.f.W.l to the In reply to Ibis I want. tosay that ',''I '. '<;'Ji'T'': t" ."\ f"'S'! ), ' t'":"7'

I; held an account against the Governor, to the Governor covers the club house of the St. Petersburg Boat the charge Is not trae. I"IQ" fence 1/ :: 1-f'-.I 1 .,' ,. : ,' i !,., ,:'-tVt""I, ,.''4 -'IA 1'','/' 'I,, ;r.\: ", 'la I ;. .

i tome Items of which were In dispute. ground fully of 'the questions you and Fishing! Club\ which Is built 1 on man, all. my land Is fenced, and 'I ., ,,,.;'., ,, ..'.tr.... " '''' ':_''.';<'i u:,,: ,,,,.g\;,,,;' !C'f,, )'i'r .' r
'add that accountIs "
Mr Atkinson did not know whether or ask. Can only our piling quite a distance from t.beahore will oppose any bill In' the Legislature :" ., .', "
-fto* the account was finally adjusted. still open to the Governor, to which off Point Plnellas., Here. delightful that attempts.. to change our. BecauseThey
"JMad as. Mr. Duncan Is DOW In, a he can add more If be so desires, to repast of clara chowder .fish and all .present I aw. : i
;. torelag,'.oouDtrj, .I could follow, the the ancount! now due Us.Very' the necessary accessories; was served, ''The second charge Is that I am .. .
many! ,'r'no' further I did not see Mr. respectfully, to which all present. did full justice. opposed to the fishing in our lakes. I .I \, I
\Roberts, but I am reliably. informed (signed) T.B.-_ YRD & Co. After supper the Association held a This charge Is alto not true. I ram -
thattbebalance Governor does owe him a MayS., 1008. brief busmesh session, at which the positively, In favor of the fishing and .. i are prettiest .. '
"' on a rent account which Isevidenced Mr. J. W. Collins, head of the firm report of the committee on memorials will oppose any bill that threatens .
., by.a note upon which note of J. W. Collins & Co. Is .the onlY and resolutions! was. ''received and the fishing Industry in our coucty. rhev'a simplest /" :'.
M a partial payment baa been made. man of that name engaged in the adopted. After the meeting adjourned Thanking'vou[ for your past favors % :_ f,
ti' : MM..... Collins, Randolph Sweet- mercantile business) in the city of the remainder of the evening, was and soliciting your support now, I am '. I They are most practical ;v .:.p ,'..., .
i .t1ng. Byrd and Levy speak for' them- Tallahassee When I ApproachedMr. ,given over to speechmaking and Very respectfully[ yours I .'''. .. '
Their Collins in reference to the editorial social Intercourse. About 10:30 . .
elyes. statements follow: : we WALTgfl BASS, S'. I 'They are individual ,
;-"Hoo. Daniel A.; Simmons private in the Index-Record. asking again boarded the boat for,the'return "I ,,', ,
r ": secretary.* to Governor Broward, him to give me a statement. of the trip arriving at our hotel about midnight Services at- .";
'Tallahassee Fla. facts, be told me that he himself was all agreeing that this had been Baptist Church.. 1 They;are never extreme t
p' Hlr In response to your Inqulrof a candidate. for office, he did not wishto one of the pleasantest meeting .the Dr. L.: D..Geiger will preach 'at. the ,,1
even date I desire'to say that I Involve either himself or his bust,; Association has ever enjoyed,' and Baptist church Sunday morning and They I are' always: stylish ,
have. read the statements In the f Issue ness In this controversy' ; but'that asa that editor Powell had made good all night The Dr..I. well known a. an ;
:.:of Mr. I. H. Uilson's paper of April matter of fact the Goverpor bad the promises which he gave when he elequent preacher and no, doubt. will I :They-are economlca1'
,: 28, 1908, concerning a certain alleged done but very little trading at his asked the Association. to meetat) St. have a large, i .
ilndebtedne.sof Gor.; Broward ,to store, and that all items charged to Petersburg.The .-..-- "" "r toO
,T. U. Randolph & Son. him up to the present time had been officers elected for the ensuing .
Governor Broward has had a. regular paid except one Item of one dollar year were: President, M.'F. Uetherr I
i i runnufc account with.. us for some and forts cents for a. sack of brava! ington, of the Lakeland -J4ews; Vice .
lima Th3 account,.' ba.-been entirely which Item his books show remain. President, W. B. Powell of the St. At Our Patte .,. Counter; '
unpaid. This Item be' said, was so J ,
satisfactory. to us. We have always Petersburg) Independent; Secretary, ,
l been glad to Oil all orders .that. Gov. small that he had never paid much T. .J. Appleyard. of tHe Lake City Index :.
.2 Broward sent to our store, and ''hope attention,to it. nor made any effort to ; Treasurer, W. J.. White of the lOc 'attd'{ 5c. ,
,'to' have him continue to give Us his collect, beyondsending a statement Fraternal Record. '
rs+o ,valuable custom as long as he lives thrbuith the malls. St. Augustine was selected. as, the ,:
.'inTallahassee.( While there Is an Some of the charges made by the next place of meeting./ I l' ,
amount due us, it Is for decent. purchases Index: : rd I could not Investigate' .

and we expert to collect this, because they relate either to occurrences Boys will be Boys !. II' .
.:judging fromour! .. past experiences, concerning which I could get 1 t '
within,; ( aTfeasonable\ time an usual. no facts, or transactions In remote and are 'always getting ieratehescuts. .. ". . .. I r.., .
\l\ '' Ver 'truly yours, parts (of the' SLate. Out I feel 'it is sprains, bruise., bumps, burns or : "' ,,' '.,,' '..,
( ignedT.| H. RANDOLPH. & SON." ? but mule justice. not only to theKoyernor.vbut scalds. Don't neglect such things! *.. .I. ,, ,.,',J, ,... ,1'j'.\ r i 1 '
,y 4, 1808.on. .the voters of .the State, they may result serious If you do.; e .".,"OI;; t,. :, . :, SoI
.' Daniel A. Simmons, private' that such facts as I have been able to Apply Ballard's Snow: Liniment according '., :, ..1',, .: ;"i :,'{, ,1-1/1., ; '., ,' i. ''! ,1', ,. :'; . ,
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gather should be publicity. to directions rlffht and
secretary to Governor' liroward) given away .. i. ,"" :" '.:\," 'r'f' .1", ,, ' ,
e' Tallahassee, Fla. I lievingthat! you will share my views I it will relieve the, pal and heal the ;. ,71" "{" .... ;I I;,' :;' ," '1'," .. "',(',,1. ., ..; . . .\ "
Sir. In reply to your Inquiry of of justice and fairness, whatever your trouble. Price25o,50oand$1.00. Sold ':. :r"". /' ', ...I: ,: :,.'I'. ," : f" ;,
Is date. 1 desire to say to you that political preferences may be, I most by Roberaon's: Pharmacy, II "'J!, ,I/o.' :"'.!t'io'' ,,' ;.,,' ', ". \ '" .',, '
, t' gave read. the statement made by respectfully request that you give this II ;"':)\t : ..\ };.,..' ,' ;' ,

4 all. Bllson In the issue of his paper communication space in your paper. Village I .,.g :.',.,.. ( \ / ""\,',: ; :. i' : '. '
) DANIKL A. SIMMONS Improvement.The ',," I' .t' 'I. .." .,. .
.toed Ap8i28lh, 1908. (signed Paint and':Paper .} ", 7" 'j. ''j 'J''' ,' ,
'' ,, .I Governor. Broward has had a Editor Valley Gaxette. . .: ",' : .l.f :\ \-, ""I ,_ ,,. .
1 alar account with me from time to It Is with deep' sorrow that the The first practical step towards a 0: .__" ""j....___" \ ..
ever..lnoe he has been> JIlollln United Land Co. announces the deathof beginning In village. improvement was Improve and protect )your bouse. -.L.C.' .. .
'allahassee. -GoVernur.. lie. ss a its president, Frederic W. Hulde- taken at a meeting held on Monday I will be pleased to bring my 1907 '1)' ', :'r '"
od many. others of my customers, upper, which occurred on Wednesday night at the residence of Mrand 'sample books to your house and ,\
-.' w owe me a small bill, !which 1 ex morning April 29th, 1908,'at his residence Mrs. C. A. Carson, when the residents make any suggestions in the latest ..' "
7 from past experiences to collectin 1614-18th St. Washington D. C. of Clyde Ayenue decided 'on decorations that you may desire.
The funeral took place on Friday Drop me a card and I will cheerfully
a few dais. The account ofirnor setting out cabbage palms on either
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,, Broward In my store has May let, at. his residence and his remains side of the street. for a length of five furnish estimates on pnper, .
,_ entirely satisfactory, ,to me. If were interred in the ,Oak 'Hill blocks, from Emmett St. to the railway and. painting. : i i : : : j '!r ,
4 wantsvaoything more'1 will be glad. cemetery. Washington D. C. line, which with the' interveningstreets .
-' 'ri(' sell liVt titm. Yours truly C. W. WARD Secretary. would give a distance of about C" W: D ANN !

"" ID.yl'f.',''Daniel((1908.signed A.)" H.. Blminons N.. SWEETING.,. 'private" Principal Prof. Kfrton of Osoeola, formerly High Assistant School, 1,800 ample 60 feet.feet room apart The to plant palms, which umbrageous are will'to be trees give setout ,IEORGE''A.q << BARJ EK, '. ,

Governor. but who has been teaching c this yearat ORLANDO. FLORIDA.WILLIAMS' .. .
rotary to .Broward, betwen, or If considered advisable ,
Jensen Is here old
llabassee, Fla, visiting : later on, to make It simply 'a, valet -

a r sir -We are In receipt' of M.'EA': ', Gilbeit, ,of Fort Mvers avenue.These. are always pleasingto KIONBY' PIL.LS THE oorFtrrER.a ., :
commuuicatlon dated' Mal 4, baa been In town for several days the eye of northern visitors, owingto 'Han jog' a.tlaeted.yoar Eidaeyer'Baveyon ; .' .. .
calling our attention to an visiting his mother and otherrelatives. their t.roplcallonk. ...nd the desire overworked :r-t ....-. .,.wo... U\d! \. '.
''The Milton Index- __bl. with "" 1 ."'" llladd." ,( .'4 .
printed in Is to have them all or f a uniform H.a "
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of April 28, 1908 written by 4 : height when set outAs severalmembers bladder lava yog a ra_of the . '. ' 'i '... ., ;
'. Uson In which Mr Ullson Willie O'Qulnn, who has been pack of the V, 1.8. live on this rase, wpvolallr um&er the eyes f tbs freaonldnira I ,., .- .
be borrowed a "coat and. Ing tomatoes on the East Coast. Is street they are personally, setting an a K>v*.mrta r :It to. WUlteni" ICidnnpUU : .f .'
r: Miff IV. B. Broward who here on a visit' to his parents.' example which It.Is .hoped will rte Oe.will' ', cnn" 7Wi.-. >-AI- OmolatPhsnawv. ,. \

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._.-._._._.....w..._..._._. I Adair and his wlto do not get on hap 1 'them Harry :Morris'
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} e I J .. tti .elwf ...._..-.-- .. \: pily together" I Captain Black. Zlll Taylor and I. "E.I .

"I don't go so far .s to fay t.bati; t j FLORIDA, GLEANINGS.Telegrams Brooks have b said \ l'l'i
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.. abe bas never uttered a word ,of complaint that the Jury haslndottcompleted Its ?,

,- H THE CANON'S WARD' i to me; but I' don't think he ----- I labors la this case ..and that it will i I I

: o:I., I treats "her with confidence. ilia mind ,received' In Penaacola I again'' be taken up at the next term ,m".IIOUSE.-i. O ; : '

II !' seems to be always occupied so that from lil Paso, Texas where the hearing I of CourtMajor ___ ,,. ..

OR A TALE OP OBEY HIDIESS. I I'I'! ''there is no room in It for his wife and of W. W. Yarn a wealthy naval ,Tomato Toaot. '

child." stores man of Alabama occurred stale General W. L. \Vlltlch of the ,Cook down till thick bait n can

.i. I "I he that he has obtained his release United l Confederate Veterans ot Flor- pinch of cloveaj: 1' ,
4 ANY -J suppose has a great deal to ; .' of tomatoes, with a

_.... So JAMES PAYNe r. think about.- through habeas-corpus.- proceedings., Ida, has Issued an order relative to half a teaspoonful of salt a dish:

TBi _._.._.. _.. ._ .. .. Very likely; but 'be should think I The Pensacola street; railway striken the encampment of the U, O. V., to beheld of cayenne, half, an onion, minced'' ,,
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k .......-...........s_ Bsss.esse_e.Bt* j f about his affairs at his office, not !! Have begun/ the publication of .1 In Birmingham on that June all 9, 10 and line, and u teaspoonful of minced

bring them home with htm. It would I small dally paper In which the actionof i .11, In which he state camps parsley: have "ready buttered toast '

CHAPTER. XIii 11 darting boy, He was coming home be excusable perhaps. In the case ofa I the city and county officials are I are urged represented to name delegates by the and have del. without crust, and pour this over,

though not' Immediately; and strangeto _severely criticised including the governor Florida largest .
person Immersed In 8Iralnlng..1-Harper'l Bazar.
LV \After Five Years. to attend a reunjou. in without
egatlon ever f
L v say. the 'delay lay at tho canon'sdoor. hut,with a' steady .peculauon'1 for sending.. troops to the city. has named 1 ,%
,> A: poet who got a pension for It his order he states that he

[ {Hand not undeservedly), once de- Robert' did not wish to leave he..Is concerned with It The Florida State 'Underwriters' A.lIoclsUpl1. .- Miss Ada HiltonOrOen grandtdaugUteC A New IjUiichron Dish 'Ii

India till be had got a reply to this that he should come back silent and, composed of insurance agencies S. G. French, as* sponsor)
,. scribed the changes wrought Ins, .- of General There Is a simple* little luncheon: .
f,' human lire by ten years. In a lua- very letter, which among other mat- sullen as If he bad the cares of )ho : throughout the state, convened 'in of the division with Miss, Alberta or supper dish which Is also a change:

tram even-five years-there li ters, put a. question. of great Import world_ja Ills shoulders.' I Gainesville Monday with tho largest I Fisher as maid of honor. .* from the ordinary: Make some good

< often change enough, as. may well ance. "Well. how do you know that, if 'attendance iu the history of the organ '" .* '* sized baking-powder biscuits and]
"It Is now five years ago, my dearfather Sophy has not told ?'" lIa tlon. V tnly striving to get .beyond the .
pt happen when the of half you : when
events an they 'JlO '
smooth, I ho tops over
will who
perhaps recollect, of titled fortune hunters
as reach
you "
K hour may direct the ,whole current "Well she has never; dropped one Mr C; II, Miles; who Is arranging when cool but fresnvrut "
I Into oven;
land and ,
followed her across Ilea
since I mentioned to you tho name of have
single word to for establishing of telegraph
w of our ,being. Within this 'period,, Alma Treherne. From a boy, as 1 suggest the contrary I the Miss Jaii/e Boland Sutherland ofQalne.vllle.J out a round piece on top of each

M now supposed to, have passed, the with the -never spoken that is, as a young station in the vicinity of Tampa who recently became the one and take!' out the crumbs, leaving ", t
then foot firsti
was my on wife who shared to be used by tae government baa
5 of.our little ,drama have her husband's toni of fortune left her i
personages large inside
I possessor a bell u little butter .
-ung of the ladder! promotion. such: fldeuco decided upon a point at Ballast Ilohltrer n : put ;J
Lji), partaken of the, common lot. The a communication must have seemed always docs speak to her own 1 the location of the station. .It Is by her father. Colonel Michael lioland, spreading It around the walls,. ,and ''

?. (canon, though as bright and hale an belongings You and I, of course Is In New" York, planning flight toavoid creamed ''I
with salmon, .
wild and premature Indeed; but you never"see I expected that within thirty, days; the fill each one .... ,
ever is Miss Vlldredif the seamy side of :Mr.\ further annoyance by her pur v
grown gray station will be ready for communica other fish, heaping It lip well
,replied to It, like )yourself with patience of the or
Adair takes Persistence on the part
$ ; he when Pliers f p
wears a plnce, nel on her dear nose and kindness. You did not care we\ are lion pyramid form:; put an extra spoon.
laying siegeto
.' .Mr. Mayors In.very much aged, which' with him to be upon lil(, best behavior unaccredited nobteman of "...
ful of lop, end a sprig .
laugh at me nor oven discourage me, but there The Taylor Dredging company has I the beaits of American girls of ( 1'4'110nn
if the canon affects'to repent cxlrcniely. ; are others who
\but left matters to time I have have better I been at perk dredging the channel at I wealth has seldom found a more notable parsley.-Harper's Bazar., -a,
It Is not fair him since opportunities of .,
liesays to judging, I .
written to you upon the same subject Carrabel and a few days ago, the threemasted. Illustration than In the case of theyoung ' .
WT those who consult the Cambridge give anything but a good report-, "i!
: schooner Samuel T. Beaclvam, ;
\ so often that In the of Florida, heiress. ,
rase anyone "
n ('.calendar' and And the tutor and' ho else I should have felt that I of him. I think It Is positively monstrous 185 t;>II&&. Captain W. W. Holmes, from Filet of Solo In "tale, "t

are contemporaries, draw the false William" concluded Aunt j Calborlcn, north side of Cuba, took ou The business 'session of the Florida Is filet! t +'
utust be growing ledloua but after A delicious! tfreakfastnliah ,
t'(' deduction that ho himself must be ; Maria, energetically "that a man In a cargo of lumber. The, schooner then Press Association at St. Petersburg resulted '
five' I ,find\ of sole In aspic First make .a rich '
years myself loving Alma I
your position and sailed Careiias Cuba with a In the electron of M. F. Nether-)
: 't setting on In years, He feels, on at your time of for cargo ,, i'
more than ever. During that sauce of one pound of butter, one ,
space W.
the contrary, more.' youthful than life Should be summoned up to town of crosatlen. i'ngtbn of Lakeland as president, lia .
of time abe has declined much ounce of flour, half a gill of 'cream,
many In B. Powell of St, Petersburg as
since Robert Is such weather ,as this with
tc, ever, coming lone; avow Mayor Goodman of Pensacola received r
ft from India. better offers for my sake and doubtless on the ground to dance attendance .a cable from Secretary of War president, T, J, Appleyard) of Lake teaxpnonful of cltoppPd'parsley anda
better mell' but who City as secretary and Harry L Brown little lemon juice Season and mix
many ; none ,
gj). ,Upon the'whole, the canon had nona.on upon Mr. John Adair.. Taft in .reply to one inviting the sec I
loved her as I do, for that '(as it The to.tslt Pensacola his're ,of St. Augustine as treasurer The with the chopped meat of one lob-
to regret his ward'8alllan'e long cheerless journey In the retary on -
to ) Is llble. 1 i next annual meeting Is ta: be held In ster. the oJUlklr.J1ed..
seems me Impos My Hay1 flletsjpf ;
'' po- train ( turn from; Colcn. The secretary stared !
with able and except when lie took .
so diligent a man ofK out Robert's 'at. Atigtistlnar- The members'' of. the : '
Hltlon ai regards finances Is much Improved that his In Washington la [ and piead' t the mixture: thickly over;
letter '' presence n
of business as Adair had proved him'IIeU and- read it again whichalways association are delighted with St. Petersburg
by having obtained and he will each ,,1IC'enoll, tie and rook In the
my the necessary at once that
V, (o be.\ The young man had always acted as a cordial) vas a very and the' hospitality of Us
>' adjutancy but not sufficiently so to miserable have ,,to take tae! shortest route possible oven for ten minutes, covering with\
treated him with the same respect business. On arrival he people.
obtain the.general's consent to our so,will go to Cliailestoa! and there greased paper. Line a border mould,
to i
and esteem-which he had shown Albany street a very unexpected (,
i as his assistant and amanuensis, and marriage. Neither of us blames him; visitor land, 1 proceeding direct--to \Vallblllgton.Stet Claiming that a committee of cltl- with jelly and. place the filets and K. t\
I -
Indeed, of late with an effusive demonstration life In India Is different from life at \ OI1 university will soon close yens had waited upon him at Brooksvllle jelly in la"I"I'II Sa!. on ice to rool. , :\

t, | of regard that seemed home The notion of living comfortably -CHAPTER 'XIV. the most, successful year In its history \ and advised him ta remain away When ready to nerve place a light;, "'". ,-,

); somewhat foreign to his character, upon a moderate income Is entertained An Unexpected Visitor. and the enrollment snows very close to from the place in hIs official capacity salad In tho Plltro.-Countt') Centlemau. '" i;

by very few people, and by tiOO .tud ntll. At a. meeting of the administration of' railway postal clerk on the Tampa ,
bat which certain exceptional) kindt'
W a As places of business are closed to Northern railway's Tampa-Brooksvlllo
no one In the committee lew days
brigadier's position. a ago -
(mess on the other's part bad not unit He asks me bluntly enough though clients after office hours, so In private it was decided to erect'anothar dormitory run, Garfield Chapman, a negro postal I'CH'k nml n"UIIo.,
|reasonably evoked. In appearance houses clerk refused to take his car out. lie
they belong to
not this'; summer, and theb rick for I II vA
with disfavor
;, Adair! had changed but little; he had personal what' are persons who can afford to keep many the same bus been ordered. The dormitory will ask the government' to transfer _'Pick over (carefully a quart ot

I never looked juvenile and now my expectations and especially what servants there are no arrangements will contain accommodation for I him to some other Iccallty that In more !beans and let 'hem soak all nl&ht. .. h

: seemed no older than In his college sort of allowance m'y father can makeme. for the reception of visitors until abut 100 students. healthy, as he said! the committee In' In the morning wash and drain In

To this, of course, I can giveno the , formed him that "Hrooksvllle was quite
days; his thoughtful face wore a still usual l time for callers. Thus it -- I : another water Put on to boll. In
happened -
'L I keener and more shrewd expression, answer, and must await your that the It looks as though; the business-!section 'unhealthy for colored people In responsible cold water with' half a teaspoonful A'p
canon In "
Issuing, bag
*. and his manner upon occasions was reply. I cannot say how It distresses>; hand, from his damp cab, ad- of Palatka will goon b"? paved with government positions of soda, When they have cooked
I more masterful than It had wont tot me .to make such an application to mitted by the amazed Jeannette. trifled{ brick, judging from what the Forecaster J. Il. Marbury of the foity-flve\ minutes drain and put Into

be but that was all. Sophy, on the you. I am aware that you have many "Lor air!" she said with a warmthof city council" did at its last meeting in United States weather bureau stationed an earthen pot In layers first beans- !

other hand was much altered. She expenses, and little to spare but a welcome to her old this xllioctloii. The council directed in Atlanta, Is In Florida. Mr. then po 'k. with half a cupful .of mo-"IQ L
little with what I have of own, master that the city utttiiiey to draft an ordinance I will' H. C. Krankenfield "
w was sUU sweetly pretty-to the eye my thawed all the proprieties, and Marbury meet IlIasf's.'h'u the dish U filled place; ,
briskly of
1 covering the paving six thoroughfares -
> that looks beyond the merest externals will now suffice. If I thought I wiping her at Tallahassee Mr. Fiankenfleld Is at upon the "top a piece of pork'f'111';,
q. right hand with her limiting the expenditure to fl2.000 ,- I
should be In need of the flood service
the department
even prettier than she had any way crippling you or scored pepper and a little Bait.Cover "
v apron she knew that he would or so much thereof as will complete and together with the Atlanta.
'been; ,but the sprightliness which depriving you of a single comfort or shake it, "who would have thought ,the proposed paving with hot water, and bake in, :
weather man will make an inspectionof '
i 1 had once formed' her moat striking even the means of gratifying your that it was you?" river to ascertain the oven alx hours Keep closelycovered ; ",
\\t charm: had fled. She had a trouble own generous and benevolent disposition ""Well I suppose no one; it's out The Cortez Cigar company's factory its drainage area. They will visit IllvT -' BO they will not burn: add I! ,,; .'

it i J of which every one knew sufficient I should feel I was procuringmy of canonical hours I know. Still, I at KeyVest was destroyed The watchman by fire in, Junction, Pensacola and ,other Florida more hot water If necessary, but let :; tJ"

to account for this. The only pff- own happiness at too great aprice. suppose I shall be admitted" a peculiar manner. points Stations will be established them bake nearly dryas they get .
In making his rounds: discovered burglars
i of her little child It will be'only waiting a little .. Increase tne emi and allow, 'j
spring marriage a "Dear heart, how glad In the building and immediatelygave .at these poiiits to done remove the cover to
poor '
> now four years old was' an Invalid longer till my prospects have improved mistress will be to see you," was chase to them. One of the burglars -i dEnc)'. In river serv'ce. them to crown on top. They cannot ; '

and a cripple. Itwas( a girl but tier as they must needs do; for I Jvannette's reply. I had a lighted lamp which he I convention- cook too long.-American :f
The of the United Daugh- .It.
; pet name (the only ono she wash am sure of Alma and Alma Is sure A drawing-room well furnished but threw at the watchman thus setting tern of the Confederacy adjourned at Monthly.: 1I0m"jt";;: -; ,

known by) was Willie., She badbeen of me. You will not, I am sure Imagine Three members of. '"
:, without a fire In It In winter time is Are to the factory. Tallahassee\ after a most Interesting ', r
'named Wllhelmlna, the nearest when I say that my return to the city fire department were arrested. .
like a dandy without brains; two session The next convention will beheld "Suited' Nut. \ u'

) -feminine approach .to the canon's England will depend on your reply minutes'of It Is'more than enough; if Privates Georgtf Roberts: and Joseph ) at St. Augustine. tv
For salting almonds the hard- fr
that I
AVIlllam, In' spite ot bill own remonstranCe am suggesting that as a reason one's mission Is Officers were elected as follows :
melancholy 1U effect Henry of hundred and eleventb
the one
against 'BO outlandish) *,aVholc for your acceding to my requestt Is coast artillery stationed at > Mrs. Lawrence, Orlando, president ; shelled Jordan ,nets arc best. Buy !
*. ; t know how much you wish to see me, was''warmth depressing? There company Fort -Dade, were lodged in jail at Tam Mrs. C. B. Gwynn Tallahassee, vice hem( in the shell and crack wltn nn., "5 ,
enough however in So-
1' Another great {change In her was by' my own vehement desire to see' phy's reception tot him for pa a few days ago. The men broke president; Mrs. Bessant;Jacksonville! ordinary nut cracker. Blanch by. ; f

'' bat there was "po murmur at the you.' but I am not base .enough. flying Into the she came | Into the postofflce and post exchangeat Mrs Sebrlng Jacksonville vice presidents pouring boiling water over them, ,,.t'.

t 'door so constant on Its bingo before" hope to make use of your affectionfor room with her arms" the fort and took the cash register ; Mrs. Edward Dagger, corresponding Let stand five\ minutes, covered then ";rot'
extended. .
!Ail her lively talk had ceased. Even me as ''a lever to gain my own "My dear dear guardian' 'and contents and numerous other articles secretary;, Mrs. Alvarez, Starke remove the skins by: rubbing between-*? a f
she J.
ends. exclaimed. 'you are more welcome then, escaped In a boat belonging recording secretary; Miss, Murat, Apa- finger and thumb. Dry
certain on
f :whent! that said accident, took: plate I am quite you will, than words lachlcola registrar Miss Stephens coarse

>:Which crippled her child In"all prob- help me can, but If ;you cannot remained locked In can say and she to the government They were run children's registrar;; Mrs. Wilson, Pen- towels so as to remove all molrture.i ,. '
i i for life and at the time (which:Is quite possible), I shall be embrace for down, and arrested near Bradentown. Allow to each pint shelled nuts two-
; ability same more than the usual time allowed for ," '....r-U- .'. sacola: treasurer; Mrs. ,Corey, Gainesville t
Ci: made It too likely that that life would content to shake the pagoda tree till such transports.', The snot W. 'M. "Thompson Leo Davenport \ .. recorder of crosses: Mrs. Hinter, tablespoonfuls the best olive oil or" .

,be ,a brief one; she had said but litHe I.. have, got..rupees enough tosatisfy; dare release himself, for canon' he felt did that and Thomas Kelly, the Pensacola strikers ., Tallahasuce, chairman soldiers'\ home melted butter.. The oil' gives tb_ bst. '' r

?- and murmured not 'at all. Perhaps the general when I shall bring Alma she whowere. arrested on the charge committee; Mrs. W. J. Cook .Jacksonville ter gloss. .

.he. thought, it but a.righteous home to find another father in your breast was and weeping the passionately on'his'( Jr' having shot up a Park line car seriously historian of Sister Carlott' .- St. Toss he nuts in the'' oil until thor

'judgment upon her, poor soul!! for dear, self" sight.ot a woman'stears .'' wounding Conductor; 'Hopper; Augustine oughly coated, then let them stand

certain sins of'hers.;' And yet (for There was much more to the same as we know was terrible to were arraigned before the county judge covered In the warming oven',fbn ,'".:t"

\ mo abe thought rand so Jeannette effect; the whole letter was ,full of him He patted her little head encouragingly I, for a preliminary hearing. ;No: testi- I RECIPES. half an hour until they have fe* : t

,aid):' It might have been prevel)ted. love and confidence and filial con- make her but that* seemed only to !, mony was taken, however. The at- iMarnhmaUow Souffle- Chop np a sorbed much of the oil. Dredge tWb ';, -

,:Although it has been shown that Mr sideration. }Jt would have gladdenedany worse; the very floodgates torneys for the prosecution requestedthat half pound of marshmallows and beat tablespoonfuls fine salt over them /;
of her heart nol all ofthe
seemed to have the court prosse
V 'John Adair could be liberal enough father's1 heart but that of the wide. been. set cases. This'was done and the three I lightly. Into half a pint of cream which stir in order to distribute It evenly v: .

(jupon',occasion: ; the occasions ,were all canon: fairly leapt for joy, not only "It Is so foolish of strikers were released. has previously been whipped until spread In bright tin biscuit.pans and ;\; -
she I
tin connection with his personal in*, from the consciousness of his Rob- me presently -_ stiff Flavor with any desired flavoring set in the oven until crisp and lightly; .

.terests; in matters outside them he ert's worth but of his own ability to sobbed, "and so wicked of me; I P. Munn, formerly,foreman, and part : and put Into glasses with a colored. :Shake frequently.. It you ,'-:
but ''
Insure ''the I cannot, cannot help It. It owner of the West Tampa box factory wish the nuts to retain salt than '
{practised a rigid economy. His domestic young fellow's happiness. cherry or other ()preserved fruit on
seeing so long since I have I r
,' expenditure except' when It Without going Into details with respect seen you I committed suicide by taking laudanum. top. this method allows, after the ..nuts :.
guardian; and you were always BO Munn .has had a series of family afflictions '
'came Immediately under the public to his own finances, he was good to me" which had made him despondent Shrimp Sala
eye, was conducted on the most provident quite confident that he should be and he determined to end I shrimps; If fresh cook and shell them and sprinkle them with a tea poon-'

principles. The Vragcs he con- able to allow his son an annual Income I! woman"Pooh? Why pooh, of Good course to I you, little i I hU life. His first wife was killed In : pile on a platter or flat salad dish ful gum arabic dissolved in a halt ,:t-
was goodto
e altered ample for the nursemaid of which would considerably exceed a railroad accident In Tampa several which has been covered with lettuce cup of water taking care not to getthem ,. J
you as you call it. And I ) I
hope I
,hls. only child were 'not such as to 'tbe young man's modest expectations everybody else is to i years ago, and about a year ago his leaves; garnish with hard boiled too damp. Dredge with flue 1
and also to satisfy the good you i wife and child of tender salt through a small/ sieve andstir! ;
cause any brisk competition even In gen- She answered second years <*ggr it cut In quarters; pour over all II
,t '' 'that overstocked market, and resulted eral as regarded his future son-in- nothing, but her i died within a few days of each other. J a mayonnaise sauce often until cbld. The salt will 4and' -
ceased at
sobbing once her I
; thoughts
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not fall
In appointment of who law's prospects.)
one : Scotch Scones-One. quart flour
seemed to have been turned Into an- The Pensacola striking street car 1

was almost a, child herself. Sophy Presently the Vvenlug post came In other channel. X, I men and their sympathizers were given siftedwith 2 teaspoonfuls yeast powder i

and Jeannette It Is true were ,In constant with a circular } about somebody'sgoods "I have come! up.. all of a sudden a hard blow when Captain Helhier. 1 tablcspoonful sugar, ,1.2 teaspoonful Housewife Suggest Ion Jw..cling'I'

' attendance upon 11 tile Willie which ha /to be disposed of- upon a little business matterto see commandant of the Pen acola navy ) salt, 1 tablespoonful lard 2 :Add a half-cup of milk to mush ;,
'{(who was to her mother all that now so It was state, and' In print, too-r- your Husband," he continued; '"'per- I yard Issued an order forbidding all beaten eggs and a pint"of sweet milk. It will brown much nicer when .

,could be considered gain on earth ''at an alarmtniL sacrifice. He perused haps you will give me a bit of dinner I vessels the'navy yard wharfor To bo eaten hot with ''butter. Bake In Whipped cream served on top ,
and well made for all her I It pvlnt on the naval reservation
nigh up with a pretense of attention, and a bed." *. any disembarking muffin rings In hot over. '; freshly made squash pie adds much ,il ,
,loss) but sometimes it and for thehhhrpose of embarking or
: thrush
was macesnary then It Into his
pocket The canon and ,Sophy sat talkingover I passengers. Since' the Creole Eggs Cook 1 tablespoonful to Its appearance and flavor. '
td intrust the .little treasure to besides '
this And Robert's" precious missive exclaimed '- old times so late expecting strike the several hundred workmenof of minced onion In 1.4 cup of butter A mixture o/ olive oil and black )1.-) .:f
hireling. the.hireling bad <<
: "Well that is nuisance.
every moment Adalr's arrival that the navy yard have boycotted the for 3 minutes; add 1 can of tomatoes ink will be found useful to paint the
dropped her. What was worse she I am afraid I shall have to run up to when he did his I' have been patronizing boats slewed to 1' and '
not'think come, visitor had cars end, until reduced pint tips of black kid gloves which are J
did It was worth while to town to-morrow to ,
see Adair perforce retired to his own room Ho ; making regular; trips between the city cook 5 minutes, then add 1 tablespoonful ] slightly worn. i *,, );:
mention the and when It "Dear r ;
fact was me! and such
14 bad
very yard.
prepare for dinner. It was the habitof and ____ ) of caper 1 teaspoonful of first 1r
found out the mischief had gone too weather for traveling my dear broth I To remove a rusty screw, apply ->. .
the master of the house to come In within short dash ot and salt to
It is reported that a sugar, a pepper Iron '
hot to the
J far for mending Jeannette afterward er. Why shouldn't Mr.: Adair a very ? head top'
come at the last moment though the circumstance I time the internal Improvement board taste. 'Beat 4 eggs slightly add to the '
, short time then -\I\'
,expressed her opinion that, besides here; I suppose it's his business" a ; immediately ,,p ,8'
did not mitigate his Indignation have fully determined to commence *
tomatoes, and stir constantly un-
the limb ot the child there "Oh 'It's his the screwdriver. I
poor yes,
returned In the i. drainage In the Miami river as soon "
case was overdone til the eggs are set; serve on rounded
I, ,took place on that occasion another the,canon, nursing this spark ,* Adair looked worn and irritated I as the dredge can be built. E. D. pieces of toast buttered.' The carving knife and fork should }

'breakage-its, mother's heart. of truth; "It isn't my 'business: but wblchlow.ver. Packard, secretary of the Marion not be put Into water Hold them 1N
was by
It was a.great mitigation to So- .still Shovel of Marlon, Graham Bread-One cup water.. 1 the and
am comparatively an Idle man"he means unusual with him. I Steam company over dishpan rub with the ; '
'3 ,Thy's married life that she saw but ( always used that word "compara- Ohio, Is at:Fort Lauderdale'examining cup milk 1 cup molasses, 1 teaspoon wet dishcloth "-- '

little of her h'usband. To the readers tively" In connection with his free- ,I" "What Is Jt now! "he'exclaimed, the dredges in operation there to ascertain soda, pinch of Bait 3 cups of graham
{ ,'i"" '
Always 'the +
save water III which
fretfully when Sophjr came Into his :
the kind of material needed. flour. Place dish in water, set In
ot this
who have
history been ad- dom from toll.
had notion
-, a that room. It was plain, by the aurpffseIn board are rice, macaroni or anything of "nt'llke"u
The Internal Improvement steam 3 hours last halt-hour
-Ixnittcd oven
behind the scenes It would be he worked rather
' hard), "and Adair his tone that she did not often to build two new dredges one for the bread In dish to bottom nature has been boiled. It Is escel-: .: t'
superfluous Indeed, to say that she is a very busy one. I am afraid I Intrude upon his privacy. Miami Tlver and one for the Coloosahatchee remove your lent for soups gravies, etc. :'11 j

i "The ,
arrived this
canon morning;, The best polish for engraved Invert !" ?
:loved him even at the best-that ,Is can get back by dinner time." Floating Island PudUng-.Atlow 1fKK. ;t

to say, when she had seen but little' Upon my word William I hope she answered sententiously, "He The annual meeting of the Georgia- 1 tablespoon. of sugar and 1 cup la whiting and ammonia. It should ,(_ : )

of him: and U was not likely that Mr. Adair Is conscious of the troublehe dines, and is going to sleep here to-, f Florida Saw Mill Association met In of milk to each person. Put the milk be applied with a soft brush then : "1f.,

love had grown,from knowledge gives ybu wltb-Jhis affairs'and 'I. night, '' j i Tltton Oa. The members practically In :a dish beat the whites of eggs rubbed with cheesecloth or soft 'cotton t,

Now that Sophy .wa, gone the grateful for all your kind assistanceto "Confound the luck, was the.hos- represented the saw mill Industry in to a stiff froth and drop In the boll- cloths. 'i j>;Jt l lA

;canon spent less of-his time In' his him." pltal Jolnder.. "What" on' earth Georgia and Florida, and the reports lug milk gradually, turn and place on malt box fastened to the wall :;I. ; is

college rooms and more of It at home' "Well; I suppose he knows It's for.Sophy' brings"I don't him up knowr, to tow Some' little matter from them'were Each in turn anything said that but encour-Insteadof I a platter. This, done cUr In' the near the kitchen table Is a mosJass.-J >..

than hadbeeD' bla.wont.outof the' aging. beaten yolks and flavor with vanilla. ful article. Meat bills, bills. 1
,k I! : ; consideration sake my. dear, returned of business:.he said." market" conditions improving, they ;
for,his sister When custard In etc., that'f dally como Into the Aunt : cl1dpour deep
Maria canon grimly. ,? ":rut! What does be know ot appeared to be getting worse. Only a a ,;
t ''felt the ab.enceoCber; 70UBe'com- "Then, hope,he pays his debt of business He had much better atop few mills were running and none Of dish and put the whites on top. should '-be dropped into it at ''once., 1

Ipanlon rT 'much, notwithstanding gratitude to Sophy.. I am sometimes In college, with his musty old Mil them on full time,except when It was When payday comes none will' be ? tr'

HP that !'she had ,been .10 long accustomed rather Inclined to doubt it,"..,. ton.' !',\' ; OJ' desired U cut out what small amountof -missing, v r

't'' to It., :'Adalr was not a favorite with Aunt "}Vhat v do'you"mean, Johns> 'Surer -,,1] timber they had- before closing NOW, THE ENGAGEMENT IS OFF. A plumbing hint is ,never t''pt'i

On 'a 'certain winter evening the Mariaas down permanently She- 've just 'been: to New York: rock' salt '
t her ,,brother knew; never \ you'would not let,him see, of all traps. )Jt Is, true. that*

.canon was sitting with her as.usualwbuk theless, her tone when taken In connection men, that,ha'was not welcome??' 'The federal"grant'jury at Miami 'for three weeks. salt by ,absorbing moisture front,] f ,t

,not. ,: as usual at his 'books wltU that"prlvate matter he To he Continued, gave much! time to the charges brought ._ He (absently; )-Why didn't you ask the atmo.phere"wlU.' keen the.traps'// '

chlr Thq day's newspaper, too lay rejected bad ,In his mind, made the canon un- against several parties"iu regard to for my -,fopyTJMote full of. ,liquid, but the strong sattj; !'

upon his knee;,-he was reading for easy. 'Tiro sorrel horses,. weighing 10CO/ misappropriating taken from the -"All joke on Three Weeks" solution :will attack ,brass .conpUo a

the third>r fourth time letter.that "I!,hope,'my'dear.-that you do not pounds'each, have been purchased wrecked steamer. LoSalle. .*There, has 'will; hereafter ,throttled'' 'and do- and trap screws. andlo jursjfat gl i t

rf; ..fljad:''comethat, ,, afternoon ,from his1 mean: to 'suggest..'*' ''hf said, -n at' for, P/esldent Roosevelt's carriage.. been several- indictment i: brought, in g'troyeJ-Cornell Widow.: .'/>, ', , of: porcelain.' e.. .t ii'

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Many Victim. Found on farm of Mrs. 't C. .. '

.... -- In a "'battle -between Drown and with severe
the .
Destroys One Solid Business Closes Hi and Honorable ..
LA Porte lud.'-Tte following Is a Long Mitchell factions on the Perder river Headaches

f> Block ,in Terminal District. chronology of the many murders cn Career in Qlory. In Kentucky Isaac Brown, a leader of ;
Brown faction. killed. Bob
nected with the alleged crimes ct. Mrs.Hella Brown was more, or leas seriously when '

LOSS MORE"THAN A MILLION Guinness: wounded, Will Mitchell, a leader of
600,000 SEE MEN NAVY
Max Albert Sorensan, Austin 111.,, the Mlihchell\ clan, was desperately
Pecullar-fire destroys Sorenson. home. wounded. .

Among ,the Buildings .D..lroyedy.N Insurance' collected SantiFraaeiseoaLiving daarlea! J>rrllllat, cashier ot Foe
Panorama of the
Widow buys candy store at Elizabeth Merchants' National New Orleans
Many.of th. Storhoi ,street and Grand avenue, Chicago . Notion'\ Off__lvf : a.D.. La., shot and bank.I killed himself

1 in the City. Insured., with Insurance' moaey. It. burns .nilv. Strength. It II alleged that he was short in his
accounts with the bank.
I Widow marries Joe Ouinness. Movesto .
Atlanta G ."-Ae .result of the Charles Matthias 'a. journalist ot
I $ a ,La Porte San ,
farm. Adopts Jennl Olsen. Cat.
Francisco -Rear Admiral ,;
j dUaatrous Are* Which swept Atlanta Ouinness \killed (1?04). Widow. Robley D. EVans' flag was hauled prominence and fcr a number .of years "......1>>.. ..wn".
writer of tae Chicago Cnron-
at 3:45 o'clock Friday morning, thIrty. //says-meat cleaver fell on his head : Will Cure''You.The
down '
1 Collects $3,500 'from the main truck of the Connecticut ice and recently Ion the staff ct the .
one, store houses were destroyed lu Kay L.ampuero goes to work' for la ,San,Francisco; harbor amida Chicago American committed suicideat llrer Is the maln-aprlnjy tortha whole body. To expect 11" i
the section of the city adjoining the!i a local hotel: la Hot Sprlugs Ark. must! keep the Uvor In good order.,- To do
Mis. O<.llnne.. as hired man. salute of thirteen guns, and the first ; soy
terminal station: the tonal loss cn I ' dogs on visitors. commander-inhief'of America's' Matthias had been suffering from nervous a regulator needed. HorWno will put your liTer In the ooi>-
' buildings at.::d stuck:: being! Neighbors see lanterns oq farm at lIr.tbatle8llp ,troubles for .years ana was ctten: dlUoa It should be and you will Dot suiter from headache' '
+ \utlvciy estimated at $ :' QUnl'I"1 2 a. m. fleet Immediately departed despondent. He left the following
]i One whole block bounded l>y Jennie Olson disappears. Real ''parents I for' hi;. ihome in .Washington. to remain !, note to his: wife: "Can't stand, the A POSITIVE ,.CUREFOR .
VI 'tell nerves longer. God bless ,
street. Forsytn: street are told she Is In Los Angeles en waiting orders until the date any", you,

55 atenue and Nelson street and the I school! but cannot find her '(1906). of his 'retlr-'meat for age.oa hlj sixty- sweetheart. CONSTIPATION, CHILLS AND ,
, north side of Mitchell street were Andrew Helgcleln,, Aberdeen; S. D., second lath: At Jersey City N. ,J.. In view ot FEVER. BILIOUSNESS MALARIA
birthday the of
left a mass of Smoking .ruins answers matrimonial ad and arrivesat August. hundreds of leopie a woman named
1 '1 be Insurance/ on property destroyedIs ,' LA Porte farm Loans Mrs, Guinness Admiral 'Evans ''was accompanied by Sablolo ,Mallll., ,aged 84,,, ax in hand, AND ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS. :

$024,550.Fortjtwo'! $lboo.. Disappears ".with like members of his family and his staff. pursued Alfred Bechinois and chopped,
firms were burned outs I amount In pocket. Widow says he'' AS tile Hue ensign of the retiring, him to death Jealousy over the attention .
and m a result over one thousand went to Norway. commander nutterea down to the at.' of another woman .was 'the Has "Done' A, 'World, Of. Good. '

people have b en' thrown out of em- ,,, Mrs Guinness (1907) tells sheriff lerbriage' of toe Connecticut, a new cause of the tragedy.A J 'tt"5. n1J? lt\lt.v. tfarbleJ Falls Tazaa.iwriteai "I bar "

ploymeut.Great 1 strange man killed a child in woodsnear flag of similar design was broken out child was 'roasted to death'on afire Mod Morblntf and ilnd it the best lirer corrective I hareercr- :I
iff damage was done to trolley farm.. Sheriff finds only empty lu tcken ot the presence ot tae new escape In a New York tenement tried. It done well as myself a. world of rood,
'Mires; many telephones were burned I grave. cnlef. Hear Aamlral Charles M. house fire' which was fatal. to three. and recommend' my tampas friend 1 never duet Horn ,
UP, gas mains were broken !by the ,i Ray Lamphere arrested for annoyIng Tnonias. The 'bunting of the new otuers. r.hea4aJoheaanymor .;<*''M 7 .
t .falling of buildings and street cats {I 'Mrs. Guinness. comiuauder was saluted by thirteen : .
'The Massachusetts State Democratic -
rrtm3l WILL. ""
* BUY IT. 'I<
were put out of business, for inauy I|, Widow tells lawyer (April 25) that guns bred from: every snip In the fleet convention declared: for Bryan, but .. e ,

hours. I i Lamphere,'Intends to kill lier. Draws toe waters ot the \Vay and the green, did not Instruct. '
The Terminal Hotel; which was Immediately '{ up will. surrounding hills ecuolng the signal Ballard Snow' Liniment Co.
J I James Taylor, once an eminent actor -
in the path of the fire was. Home burns April 2Gtlu Bodies ot ..hots.On.
totally destroyed. Jt had on its register ': three children and headless woman I board each of the sixteen battleships who with Booth Forrest and Bar 500-502 N. Second St. ST.. LOUIS,, ''MO.a .
d the bead ,
200 guests when the lire started': found In ruins I the six torpedo boat destroyers rett, sto at of the dramatic

u ,block away, but all escaped as did'' J..amphero rested in hollow tree, ana the auxlliati of the Atlantic profession died at Roanoke, Va., Sat HHBBIBHBWuBalBVM B
4 tho guests of several other small biding. Heet an address from tne departingctmmendeMncljlcf urday aged 71 years.A .

) hotels which were destroyed.The : May 3, A. K. Helgelelu finds body was read. schedule of the debts ot the cotton Sold and Recommended: i
fire started In the I candy department lot brother burled near. house Jennie] Admiral Evans was not permitted by firm of Gussonl &" Co., of New
of tha tichlensluger iactory, i Olson'. body also found. his physicians to go aboard the Con Orleans, La., tiled in the United Status For Sale at ROBERSON'S DRUG STORE. '

at the corner of Nelson street and Eight:: unidentified bodies (Jr men ; necticut during the ceremonies attendIng district court shows tha liabilities of .
Madison avenue, and wan 'under full and children are found burled near his relluqulshiuedt active navalIeI' the firm to be $:>>76,1184.84"ltl1 as ,. =+ ..,- t
headway before it WitS discovered and I house. Most of )bodies lie, on mattressOB vice. sets amounting to $1I ,811l.i4.: The
the alarm given. How the fire originated | under four feet of earth. I Admiral Evans practically closed his firm was adjudged bankrupt by an or KISSIMMEE

,S is not known May C, Joe Maxwell, fann hand, official career last Thursday when he der'of the federal ,court several .weeks
1 The section w;iere the fire occur- I tells police, he dug holes on ordersof participated personally in an Imposing ago;

ted had recently been built up since Mm. Guinness, but iteter filled parade ot soldiers and sailors. Alexandria, Va.. had a $50,000 fire
the terminal station was erected. them. The end of his long reccrd of public which was of an incendiary origin, ;

Samuel M. Inman was the largest''I Kxpiessmen tell police of mj'sterl- service was marked by tumiuuiaus The sixteenth annual national con RIVER ROUTE.TBJLMBR

Individual loser by the fire. He owned oils arrival at farm ct many big app:ause and mad cheering lie rode ference of Episcopal Ctturcu, clubs ot .
one of the blocks destroyed with the i)trunks. I the entire length of the route of the the United mates was )held In St. "a '
r exception of one storehouse. His loss : LILLIB.' irnc.UIlC\ .
procession In a carriage with Mayor ROSBADA.-
Louis, Mo., at which divorce and remarriage
r i* estimated at $400,000.<< with an insurance .j'' SOUTHERN "MOUNTAIN" SCHOOLSDiscussed Taylor and an aide at the head of his were condemned as a great Captain. Clay Johnson;'' 8r. Captain Clay Johnson,3.. t
of about 80 cent.
per .. --- marching sailor boys The carriage wrong. Clubs fl'OmJpokane.\: Wash., Regular Meekly trips to Bssslnger ad return: :ttosesda liaise .
was midway In the line. From start Charleston, C., and Jacksonville, Tuesday. morning, and riislmmee o
l OF' at Meeting of Co-Operative arrives Friday aveiUng
A YEAR AHEAD TiML to finish the Admiral was tile enlel'IOf Kla were admitted to membership. '
I, Educational! Association. a demonstration frenzied In Its en Charter Trips to lAke OkssoSobee and Fort llysca oa tk* Toms
West democrats have
-- Virginia en-
New York-A meeting of the Co- thusiasm. Oemfertabla accommodation. for passes......' Roles raaaoaabla. t
.J for
Governor Glenn Falls to Designate' dorsed William Bryan presi
hero 11108plcture.que Waterway in J'orld.or ) "
The people made a veritable of .
Educational Association dent
1\,, Year of Peace ConventloifTrenton 'operative was ( him. They seemed 'to realize what .- Passsngsr rid Freight Kate. apply to 7O.AY'JOUNSON
X. J.-Appointed by Governor ,held in this city in the Interest of mighty efforts it had cost him to. Sixteen and a bait miles ot tunnel '
Fort as New Jersey delegate. Inouthern! education. The meeting was make his final public appearance. work composing the Pennsylvania Proprtetof.On <>:
to the North Carolina arbitration and : opened by Miss M. Relf liofer of Nearly 600.00O persona caw and railroad's underground system ot approaches .board TJlUa." Klul_... FUDirectors >

peace! conference, Judge James I). Teachers' College. Miss liofer outlined 1 cheered htm. Most of the time his hat to the center of New York r b ,

;c;. dIll, Justice Francis. J. Swayse and I the purpose of the society which was off In salutation to the crowd city were completed Saturday. -
i"f. ex-Judge Howard Carrow went last concerns Itself especially with promote )lor the colors His face showed pale Kentucky's republicans la convention '.

.5 week to Wilmington, N, C. !I ing adult schools in the mountain regions I and drawn, but the firm lines of the at Louisville adopted''resolutions f:' '
On their arrival they learned 4hat I of the south. It is planned to I soldier of the sea were still there. binding ins delegates to the national r F
ti tae convention U to be held In 1909 1 interest! educational clubs this sum- Distinctly he was the hero of the! ,day. .conventlon to vote for William K. '

,4 jt M and not 19TO.! They came home by !liner In the projects cf the association As an electric current moves along Taft until "he shall 1)6 nominated." Who Do) WotBy. .
the back and 110 as to lay the foundation for a moss .
way are now trying to flashing Jlght, so the passing of Utah republicans have Instructed
' Jlnd out) who' Is to blame for sendiag i meeting at Cooper Union In the fall. "Fighting Bob" as Californians love their dtflefcutes to vote for Roosevelt;
them south too soon. Professor P. P. Claxton of the University Ito call drew 1 Direct------
a year him. plaudits, the whole first and Taft second In the national. .
it Is said that Governor Glenn, of of Tennessee Professors C. i length' of the five-mile line of admlr- convention.

north Carolina neglected to name the I Sprague Smith of Teachers' College ot fang J hosts. A ban has been declared againstrats r ;an
+ year to the governor of New Jersey. New York and Professor Sneddar, also'I Next to Hoar-Admiral" Evans the'
,r'// Wilmington people gave the Jersey lies ot j the latter Institution, were the speakers ,enlisted men were idolized by'tao hero cone Inet In eflorta,miCe on to the prevent Panama.pubonia canal .; rthur' IVarren. : ;,

a great reception for two day and ,I I at the jueetlng.Professor worshipers. There were more than,, from foothold there. 7 '
I ? gaining
premised them even a better time' Claxton told! .of conditions j 6.000 of these! end their appearance' y.ague .
in the notuh and described the difference ', A w dkeo
year I
next '" 11lre.ented something ruggedly suggestive 5 GREAT stir has been made ID'the world about -
\ ".' between the real znountald regions of the fighting spirit as W_ iDctOn. t i
A DASTARDLY CBIHE. 'and those of hearsay.According tramped.,,.ajong} guns .on shoulders they,, -" The" senate has passed,a 'bill:appropriating tore One would think this were a new discovery; whereas

". ,nw, ....w.w v to Professor Claxton. the brown leggings binding limbs and the "$ ,oou toward"tae erection the fact is that most directors are dummies.and bar ev.r
:Man Alleged 'to I Have Fired House t \1 1destitution prevailing among the "poor little rakish< w'alte hats with brims'
Burned Children. whites". needs but the: elimination of upturned, on'their:sunburnt heads. It 'Jamestown; Va!,- ,." ':l.' 1, boards because they, wera,,;wanted for other purpose*?HIM '

Ignoranceentirely to disappear. was a make the sailors' pulse Under suspension of the rules la the directing. The -statutes bad to be ,complied with, custoss,
,*" Montgomery. Ala.-Five. children oft !|i The establishment of schools that will beat stronger and to let him know house of representatives: bills were S had to be honored,'.are useful, and Totes are, absolutely -,

+ ) at fcame. Kennedy, were burned to death''awaken the fact that the southern wealtrt in mountaineer abundance lies to that his exaltation by the Pacific coast passed placing toe Porto !tlco' regiment necessary Most directors, do not direct,, :They.. vote't
end two others ,
Saturday so badly ready for his hand Is the object-of the civilian is not a mere perfunctory 'mat of Infantry on a permanent basis ) as they are told to, pas resolutions which are prepared and
burned that they will die. laid
y. The crime Is charged to 'the father I,I I, association. ter. and authorizing additional aids to before them by the man or men in control, approve; the papers they are.

who, the mother says, locked: the little \ FiFTY.FOUK-"MIDDIES" FAIL navigation.: in we lighthouse..- asked to approve, disapprove those they are asked to reject, listen to reportswhich .

+ fellows In and then set fire to tae SAYS STANDARD DIDN'T KNOW hove been boiled down to the bone and bereft of all detail pocket their,,

house. The police( are looking fcr :' ExaminatioMay Tile -officers and enlisted" men of the fees, adjourn and a.few minutes inter, attend other directors meetings, for

'Kennedy, who has not yet been locat I Menaced by $29,240,000; Fine, 011 Trust Physical Eliminatea array have won Uieii- tight for increased other companies, perhaps in. the same street or even In the same office build I
C! ed. The man and woman were separated Pleads Ignorance. Number of Them. pay An appropriation cf $7,000,' ing. *

,, and had been litigating over Chicago, 111.-The Standard Oil Imports from Captain Charles :J. 000 has been made for the purpose Many boards meet only l .once In three,rnonths., They bare executive comnuttees --
I I $5,000,000 ot which will go, 16 the enlisted
; Ajldren. The woman sne
1 .nf'l&h bor's. and saw says Kennedy was pta to I company of Indiana has commenced Badger superintendent of the Naval men. Nine hundred and forty- of their members which meet once a week., Let Us suppose that sv c''
go board
' the house, lock the doors and then I a dew fight to escape the payment of Academy on the results of the annual two officers on the retired list will 'composed'of. fourteen or fifteen members, or more and

set fire to It. It was a mass of flames the $29,240,000 fine levied by Judge examination for promotion, which, also benettt by the increase. ,that the executive committee: contains seven members; or'' less. Very

before the department could put it out I Landla I have just been received at the Navy The house passed the sundry civil rarely' Is there a full board meeting; it Is not often that a majority. Is pneteat.

y S and the five children taken out dead Attorneys for the company appeared depdrtrdentw that a total of fifty- appropriation bill carrying a tonal Usually the official quorum has to be drummed up. This Is true, also of executive
4' mutilated be before the United State Circuit four midshipmen were found physically committee meetings The to attend
were so badly as to un ci 1lUd,956,269.( directors have so many meetings
Court of ,Appeals to argue the appeal disqualified. Of this' number thirteen -
Those alive horribly that they cannot be
? recognizable. / were present at all of them.How. then can they know much
from the judgment of the lower court. were In the first class, sixteen.! In
burned. The scene was one to Foreign.At .' about the businesses which they are supposed to direct If any of, their,em
The opening argument .of the company the second class fourteen In the third ''f
hu ire the greatest pity, as well as ployes knew
pronounced horror. was made by John 8. Miller. class and eleven in the fourth class. Odessa, the ,failure on account as little they could not hold their places for a .week.' . I
thtf most Mr. :Miller declared that a reversal While the cases have not been definitely (over-production of two of the larg I knew a persistent old gentleman who spent bait,his life", at this sortot;

t I I should be granted because accordingto acted upon, a number from each est sugar manufacturing and refining thing. He played at directing as another man might play at golf.: Hewss;; .on ;;
.I, his statement the oil company: did class will\ be compelled to resign. firms lu the world, Is announcedAt the boards of flfty-thfie: companies,,and some ten executive committees. Ifs

ma Rottgreiv of Chicago threw her' not know that It was using Illegal I' Probably all the thirteen !In the first Quay qulll!, Ecuador, Robert D.I I was'reputed to attend a. thousand meetings a year. You can easily! figure U

baby girl and her three-year-old boy, rates class win be able to make the mental Jones, of New 'Jersey, the American up, for he was very diligent In attendance. He'would nit, from'meeting1 to

,; Arthur, from the second'story windowof i I I examination for graduation, when vice consul-general was 'InJured in a I meeting, remaining long enough at each to collect his fees. Htf gas: a, vary
her home Both children probably I I Iwill District Attorney Jerome's) Defen.e.Dilltrict they will 'be given their diplomas, but serious railroad accident. The total well known man, 'very rich, Lie: fees earned him'at least '$%0,000.

die.Cjrmen I Attorney Jerome, ot New ,If their physical aliment Is not elim number of dead and wounded Is large. year, and as he lived
__. ___ hd York, testifying In his own defense lasted within two years their resignations very modestly for so rich an Old gentleman he could, and
in Chicago Vote for Strike. in connection with tile charges of will be compulsory. Defective The government of Peru has arrest did put all hls'dlvldends Into Investments. How'much did te know about,the
I 'The north and west side street car :dereliction which have been preferred vision is the most common aliment in ed and Caused to be saut betore a military affairs of the fifty-three companies He knew ":hen they would declare/dirt-

men at Chicago, by a vote of 4,416to against him, said that the nearest he the list. court ten prominent members of Bends and what the rates would be That always/ a very profitable knowledge -

94, have declared for a strike ever came to sending a wealthy man I The Navy department declines to the opposition parties, supposed' to-be when It comes to )'ouln, advance. lie knew, before each 'event; when .
F' 'less certain men who have refused. un'j to jail was in having one of them com make public the names of the midshipmen Involved in the revolutionary move stocks and bonds would be Issued and the details concerning them. If.borrowing ... i

pay their dues ore discharged mltted to an insane asylum who failed on this examination.HELEASED"OM ment. or lending was to be done be knew of ft. It was his business Jo know

I Word canes from St. Petersburgthat these things. Ho was a professional director But what his fifty-three! companies

? ,CAN SELL UNPLEDfiED COTTON.N' 1 LAW,TO PROTECT CHILDREN.House $50,00 qo BAIL two women were killed aad fifty. mere really doing, and how they. were doing ltrhe knetr only what he P

--- persons Injured In an attempted massacre was told in brief formal reports and in chats with the chairmen'eL the.))oarda.Of .
Important Order Issued In Case of ]I Passes Child Labor I Law, for Alleged Defalcation. May Reach $1,. of Baptists planned by the course, he relied on their word. They relied on his vote-They! pat good
Bankrupt Firm cf Inman Company. priest of an Orthodox church'* In the .
o District .of Columbia. 'OOOOOO--W. Montgomery Accused. things. In his way; be put good things in thelr.-From Succe.s'Ma.asUl..
S Novokhoper dlstilct. Tile Baptists
1tvr{ rf Uantar Ga.-Judge Newman, of the _
I Philadelphia. Pa.-William iStont- : were Invited to discuss religious differences
Washington, D. C.-The. house under l
Vnitcd States court, has signed an --
suspension ot the rules unonlniousely gomery, cashier of the Allegheny Na- and found the Qrtbodox 9* Was 11 1r J
'order empowering Thomas Barrett Jr,I i.
members with
armed axes and .
tional Bank of Pittsburg, was
S;, '.and A. L., Waldo receivers of Inman passed a child labor law for scythes. hTe priest led the onslaught is .. ,. '. '
: the District of Columbia. Its provisions under arrest here on the change of Il. ", _. .,!a' ;" 4
+: &; Co., to sell one hundred and nine striking down men and women alike :J.M
i are as follows: "No child under embezzling $195,000<< 'from his bank 't t
The fled and others
I Baptists pursued >
bales of unpledged cotton and to certain j 14 to work In factory or store, or anywhere :
oJ Montgomery 1 one of the best known them to their homes.
other things prayed far In a petition else daring public school hours, ?' f f 'fheTaste'
presented to the court by the or before 8 o'cicck a. m., or after 7 bankers In Pennsylvania and In the R. E. Oliver the railroad contractor of Tin
is now in Havana with of
o'clock p. m. days of United States Senator M. S. part .
r As,receivers; In this petition It Is stated Jha. there "Between 14 and 16, children employ Quay was his financial backer and ad the outfit for building: the million dol. { asL.ordharp. JS
In Plnar del Rio
lar road
*4b, a large amount of cotton held by ed in any factory or shop must pro- viser. province Sy Dalt '1

banks 'persons and corporations es security cure school certificates."No Montgomery was liberated under In Madrid the senate has passed a 1 S
and that these pledges are child under 16 to work more $:;0.000 ball the ball bond being fur- law against anarchism and terrorism, S s! ar s _u

i threatening! tt place the cotton 'on the than eight hours. a. day, or forty-eight flatted! by George .E. Tenet brother of providing for the creation of special
) market; to pay the amount of the loans. hours a week.Harry'Thaw. the coggrel man-elect. tribunals which shall have'tue powerto +4"0. +++++.+ :MAN may::live in the city and buy a; squash and eat lt:.. That ?

ti expel from tae kingdom persons + i It all he can do with a boughten squash for a squash that ho

it S CASE OF COL STEWABT.a Case Postponed.A MURDERED. HER TWO BABIES.. suspected of aiding the anarchists' i cannot raise, be''.cannot store 'nor take .delight"In,'outside i

,i...,____ further ..djournme'nt' been propaganda The law provides measures : A" + of pie; 'lAnd can a man. live where his garden la'a grocery T
agreed upon In Harry Tbaw'a case. Mrs. Msxis. Peltier Confesses Horrible tor the repression of newspapers his storehouse his bins
Senator. 'Ray nor'Calls' on Preddelut to : + a grocery cribs, mows,; and attics ao
District Attorney Mack said that allarrangements :Crime' on'' Her Deathbed. publishing articles relating to anarch 44,4. pasteboard bores bottles and tin '
many ?
i& Convene .Court1 of Inquiry. t to. thla 'time have 'I. *,**** cane Tinned squasb ,
k up 5 ,. isms, *.** pie may taste ,like any squash pie; but'It U. loncer
< a : UU. no:
Senator Raynor baa Introduced Tea been tentative. Mrs.. Mai la Peltier; vvbo; was found 'has ++
A In France
..th9l'aenata'"authorizing 5 ,' criminal. court given :squash; and Is a squash nothing Knot pier ,Oh.but'-J1.p.; '
'\, olutipii'n the .5 in a critical condition on the ,streetsof Jndgmtitt In the case of a butcher *, *+**+* **"' .
; dent to bonveno a 'court cf inqul- a !lithograph squash upon.tha canto show. him bow the pulp rlooked
It p DecisionWon< by Osteopaths.Oeteopathlsts BristolVa.. 'confessed charged with supplying unsound
,., : ry ews, ,\o consist , won to the army.Jie condemned
I.?*' t t., 'army to investigate charges and ao- I'a decided' the VHtory deathbed to'having. murdered two of one year's imprisonment, and to ''a commercial ,reminder,'too,' that life even In tits Fie' shot when Justice Dlcke.ln supreme her infants tailing now she threw paya '
,1. 'cueatlons'against. Colonel'William F. It is also the eClmmncIal "' f *"'
pie- of
g court Brooklyn,' handed down a decision one, 'ot them from a railroad bridge One of $100, and, $61)0) damages 1 1 way> preserving th flavor'! of.the eaanad,! '
.iV .stewart of the armywho: ( bas been de-, that they were entitled' to ,squash,.els* he would not 'know whether he wera eating' squash or pumpkin, :<1
stating Into it. .
aervcf' until retirement at t a stream drowning Three t ---- '
stalled abandoned to military post at*Fort Grant el recognition by the board> .ot her children are la the custody of theChildren's Wisdom dodo' not-always com*' with I or sweet potato But then. it makes llttl. difference.,'all things taste the, same,

IL ;i"u&rit.i;" ; '. ,health .as I otherphysicians., ; . ,.Horn Iloclety'.of. Virginia age. In tit* city-all taste of tin.-The Atlantic ;, .... "11,
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sacrificed; for the potty of ft ins. The % kK1tiKNN11N11N1ti\"u KKNKN9 KBt. .

UK I KSSMMKC Valley Gazette. Ujs...,( cumiuon ..brotherhood lodge, I K ,
and 1 religion should be "strong enough :
A, =-==== IA) unite all In a solid column agalnattliBjiiw \t. Sunny South Stables J t 'h tI

rUBUBRED EVERY FRIDAY of liquor, during election/ I I
Office in Valley Gazette. Building, Then, this apparently liitlq thing of SPRINGGOODS" -

&. :&OSCEOLA COUNTY. FLA. rlvin u dripk or a bottle may prove $ L. 1 tf. INGRAM Proprietor. _
tin undoing of some noble young .
fellow/ His after life may all be bad. $ ;00.--.1. . . . ; $

i *f. X. HARRIS, Editor sad Prop'r Leave? pistols and liquor ..aluoe.Soto .-() ,- BRO AYPhona '

',",-'- ,- County---. News.- i I LIVERY SALE'and .BOARDING z Ii -

....,. :... ... .(1 00AH Wiu-il thlotf to accomplish' = 1/1 102: =
One ona yaar".. ... .. .. M pretty $ jN\\\N\\\\NN1\\N\\Ma\\\\N\N\N\\\\NNN'. . \N\\N\\\NNh. .
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n 0. Ma u..o. ,. bilious of :
due out
when I :
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---,- sorts. There I I" a lure.cnre for all $;. Well equipped with Now StoeJt'Ul1, Vehicle luJ<1prepal'ed 1
.. from author-. kinds of xtdmach iind livercompJtolnts\ '" l
eomnanloaUona e apt our $
*... emra.pond sta.must lie abroad l>,the wriur' -constitution and dyspepsia. Bal- !. to meet all dcinandn( with Perfv<*t Satjw-
G r" ,...... mattnr will tint h.. Mrturnml nntoa. lard's llerliinu Is mild, yet absolutely faction. '
arnMTor.Katmd. cfftH'l.lvn in nil CUCA. Price r II() cents. ; : I < i ,
----- -- "' -- -+ '
liottle., S.,|"1 by )H benon'A Pharmacy. ,
per 1
at the pDMofflo( *In' KlmMiima Kla. M Our"lino a.most) ) complete
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.ond-cIa mall
*m matter. ,
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== ; Bryan Delegates.Tim: I SPECIALTY.-
tFriday, ,lay 1C' 100H.fti '1'boIollowingrnn4ldatex. fur dele"aw" '' with Griiighariis, ,

....... to the. National Democratic -----
-----r: Convention have dp'l.ued. unequivocally .Lawns. \VVnito! t (Goods :Etc.t .
Since seeing and partaking of the for 10..1.'liryxn for''president 1 ,
: '
Barber '
,, hospitality St. Petersburg we areready Stain at 1 urge! : .1 10: Alexander, City ShopNEW I \
''t. to swallow all the good thineKdltor U. O I Bowden, J, !lIulllh'IIInIlP'j U. 1''. The early buyer 'gets-the '
Powell has been saying about Katon, A. S., MauniniitH IIV..
w that city, exempt, of course that .sixty I'bllllh.r'Ind'.h U. JUcHf.Kecoii.l 1
a: foot. whale which ha found slrandet,
dinirli24) : M:.- \V. llonu.T. S. 'AND UP-TOOATE bQst, selectIon. '
on April Pool's! Day ,:_ DavU, I'm MWphy'nnu, ._ J. II. Vlck. ,

'A* the time for the primary draws I 1
the and '- ,
near ubiquitous ever pres"" FOR' ATTOIWEY
r candidate grows more and more solicitous \ GENERAL, .
\ for top welfare of' the"dear,. VOTE FOR Yt u'rn/ for Holiest, 1 Value'; -
u Hot and Cold Baths _
people. HI..Irlo1'nl11 are HO Internaled r '
In his behalf and bring to 'him Park M. TrammellA

? such encouraging report that he ,Uvstonlshed Fine Havana i
S Cigars
.. at his own popularity and ,
begin to sympathize with. hU opponent Friend to the People.

whom ha sees, in tie mind, KATZ
irOinff down to overwhelming defeat.tlut .. C -
A ,
}. awakening will come PPXI: Happy Father aI

: Wednesday morning, when he will Is KOUII turned to a sad l one if (lift has i ,
realize In the bitterness of his soul to walk the II,)(),' ,"YI'I'y'lnl/ht with: a
that many are
chosen. will| make the child well-. sootho Ithnnrvei
,induce. normal .slum -, ,
> healthy) -- - --" --
the Stale\ Tress Association hbeen ber. nf'Kt'rut. (ll....r .41i Vm.aft*VW WV iMi rfta Wh rfk %JV lauAt ,
particularly happy in the. selection sour KUHiiurli- 'plltlnir babies BUDDED TREES !

'I of. a president\ for tlie ensuing' heed It. il' <:aKHiit to take, sure and I JUST RECEIVED A FULL LINE OF
Editor M. F. Hethenlneton01 I
a. jear. rnfo. ('ontniiM III) harmful drugs.
the Lakeland Sun, who was chosen to i47re'2. and,0centsIwrbottle.! Sold '
that position, besides being one ol liv J.ob.'rllon"K: l'IIILI'IIIICY! Isles worth' Nurseries. l

the best newspaper men In the Stale, ,. ," ,.. , _-: I
--- - --- --- White RoseGoods.w
bas also proven his ability as a business
man by building up his patron. .ALBERT CHASE & CO.. PIWIUETOKS. J. W. HOAUO, AGENT '
ate and equipping his office in up-to. W. GiLCHRIST.. .
date' style.' Mr. Hetherlnirton- We will have ready for next: fall and Winter. planting a general ..
assortment of Orange and Grapefruit. Trees of all leading vane
always taken a lively Interest In the -- -- 1
1 'Association, and we expect ti. nee it ties.W.Our trees are budded on good, healthy rough!: Lemon and>l
thrive more than ever under his guld- CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR : Sour Orange roots, guaranteed free from Insects pests. of any kind.
'anne and direction. All budded from bearing trees In our groves and therefore true to i F
s OF FLORIDA. ; 'n&me. Our facilities for growing nursery stock are second to

,The' clandestine circulation of I. It.Hlllson's none and our trees. are as tine as mosey and twenty year's experience -
We making ally I thin season of the
can prndurr ate a,spec
dirty attack the character
upon famous California: Valencia Late which Is d'-atined l.> becomethe Canned Fruits' Jellies.
of Governor Broward smacks Jams. Marmalades Vegetables t
I KlnHda. Oul.Vul..c.a. buds tome di-
I, too much of the practices. adopted by rwi greatest' from money-maker i lie "bf.t:f.,aiintr! !".,." In the illstrict now fmn"iUi"for prodinlnir Fish Etc. 't ,
the sandbagger to Injure the Gover.nor P
M the h'st \11 hlIcluK It. iillfnrniu. .
I !
In his race for United !Slates: !Sen:

ator. 'As Governor be holds the. highest - Write, for Prices to J. W. HOARD Gotha Fla.. or call and see our f'tur' = S. & Co.J J
R. t
the executive people of office Florida within, and the respect gift for of i series at Waco on Florida Midland R ,R. | Floyd

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the office, if not for the man, should '. -- '.- -- -- -- 1. ,
deter anyone from using such despicable ...: I' I Pw ef1Frrylrr'v"o iF'fF'1r 4"1F'atF 'V" 1r_ __ __
methods to discredit him Iq the. rJ. .
yea of the people.. Even if the charges .. -'----- -- --- -----.- -- --
''la that now infamous circular had 0 ,
been true, there Is nothing In it to legally C. A. CARSON JOHN Mr LEE. N. B CARSON.C rt1
disqualify him for the high office T'' 0 :v"=e.P..ld..t. ..fcl... 1

which he now fills, or the one to ...;. NEW
which he Is seeking to .the elevated. ..' ........',...... ': 1 State Bank of Kissimmee.. SPRING! .{:
There are many' of our own .. r v
citUens who are slow in'meeting' their Kiftslmmcc, Fla.'

personal obligations, out., who are t ......
a otherwise\ all right, and might, with --
Impunity, aspire to any office In the. PAID UP > 8000000BOOOOOO

t land This sourrllousolrcular. however STOCKHOLDERS: LIABILITY. :.. ...... .. :

/ does not even possess the merit I DBPO ITO.S SEC JIUTY..;'.. .. .. ',"'' '' IOO OOO OO GOODS 0
of truthfulness, as will be seen by aeomllluDlc&t.10D 11' '
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published elsewhere in mattera .
and Careful Attention to entrusted 'I . ") ..
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Prompt given: L I I' < 't: ,1
this which vindicates ; '
completely :
paper to .... Kxcfaanjtes Rood stall. points at cheapest "'\- .' : f' ; T',.." \I
Governor' Broward and will / I' t'I', '' ':,
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No machine '
make him than with. all or ring brought rates. ' :'; :I : 'n' I
stronger ever
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hIm l'. YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED. ; e. : W ; ..
right thinking people. I out. He came out as a candidate ,, : tjPN' : ,'" '
The editor of this paper did' not alone and slngltf handed. lie will be '' OPEN ,. 'fit
upport' Broward when he ran for glad to receive the support of the corporations -

Governor, and a. neither. he nor eitherof [ of'' the. anti-corporations, II
his opponents fill 'our high Ideals the; prohibitionists and the antl-pro- .
1 fb as to what a man should b8i0 hold klbltlonlsts. of the local optlonlsts S'TANFO'RD

we the had office intended of United to.? States remain, Senator!:passive, the realties. Christians, the. "Publicans and the Jews and and sinners.of the*' Favorite Fertilizers H. C. CO.: f

and nothing for either He would even accept the support of ,
:> > say or against ,
of them, but when.such palpably unfair the Pharisees.The .
political methods. are used againsta corporations can do without the FOR CITRUS AND ALL OTHER CROPS. -
a candidate It is time for the honestvoters people, and the. people can do without .
i to come together and show the corporations. Neither should be - BARGAINS At CASH
their disapproval. allowed to oppress the other. Capitalis STORE]

organized, labor should organise.Tho MATERIALS
license tax lawlioen| ing each FERTILIZER
Leave out Liquor. little enterprise should on amended In '
f Calico, 5c per yd. Pictures: and Picture Frames, 26oto
ordee-that taxation should bear' more
Don't;do it, friends. What.! Use evenly hileLawn, 40 in. wide, loo peryd. 3-jc:
whiskey ,to Influence votes In the INSECTICIDES ,.
,coming primary'election. Article XIX of the Constitution provides 1 Lace, 54 in. wide, worth 20c,. sells !Spool: Thread at -4c.LaJien' tr
for Local Option. The
qualilledelecl.or. -FOR (ISALE BY- I5c.
It will not pay The healer! who .
(not the Governor) approveor Union Suits at 11.00.
advises'' a liberal supply of boote for veto' constitutional amendments. CaHsiuiei-e Pant, worth $$roO, sell:; .'

? Fool gratuitous or selfish, distribution.Is fellow who. wants either to a He Is not band on wairoh.the. "recently" constructed -, ii : ..M. LEE.,. : KISSIMMEE E 'at Oozed Door hock with I J two keys. 20c.ON Pt

keep his' own whistle wet. Nothing. He commenced life! working In Pin Strip Pants, worth .l..r>0, bell at ice Suits Clothes: worth. *14W' $10Onegallon
:,,111 more quickly turn honorable men AGENT FOR /
Quinotr', Florida, ai a salary of 915 $1.00.
against a. candidate than the effort to Coffee Pots, go at 15o.a ti

whiskey.debauch ,the It U young all right and to be weak earnestin with per has month himself, and been boarded a hard knows himself.working lIe,,, Sanders Fertilizer Company Jacksonville. Fla. M.2S.Jeans fan worth 1.7.r. sell at N' Dress Goods I from 15 to -..i...._::.,
struggling man and he what it
trying to nave one's friends win means in others. He has never married .pi IT eels ___ _-_ __ _ __-_ k
,:It is perfectly natural for good he has had obligations ':-- You will find
citizens neighbors to differ as to His life has always been spent more in '.i'a'a.........+awl4.g....4.......................... Bargains in'Shoes
t ,candidates and-politics. Let all .
try of'' '
consideration other
to use none but honorable means to thoughtful people than of himself. He feels sure -1 Every Day in the Week.

accomplish success. Whiskey is 'a be will be elected "if he gets enoughvotes. i R. O. MEEK ,
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bribe and best.
a mighty cheap one at ." He does, not propose to tradeoff -. -- --
ether should al1.t.
An reason we a single once There Is honor in
our faces- like flint against uch a being Governor. If it is tainted with Accident : ROLLINS COLLEGE.
practice Is its bad effects; Many ayoung Heal Estate. Fire Life, aUld Tornado ->
dishonor he does not want the office. .
hot spur wants to fight. It laID .
his blood. Be has inherited the Insurance. i FLORIDA'S OLDEST COLLEGE.
'pugnacious, dog-like qualities from \r '
.'- some ancestor. A quick temper has DR. 'LESLIE W. WEEDON :: Armour's Fertilizers.. International Harvester :: tic and College Industrial Academy Arts and and Schools Business.of I\luslo, l Expression! Fine Arts, Domes.

;often little brought distilled-damnation on hot words. Mix In the Ina :: Company's Engines and Pumps. Rebuilt :: ', Carnegie. Hall aDd third men's dormitory now going up* ekMtrin,! liirhijiAHM> and ...., !
heat Mire u-nllT: perfeot! health condltiuui one _
Specialist-Eye, Ear 'I ; gynuaainm .lhl.&l1I tleld ,
shape of Tampa liquor or the .stuff r- $25 !rOil link.. Ibait .udbaakuPballlea.sahampion.ofFinrid.thisyear. ; 1ennUaours"
all to $50
makes good
) as new
from.Fort Myers, and a good fellow Nose and Throat...... i Typewriters, i ii million_lo.Uol1&l dollars; .taod.endowment'Q' expen.e.. mOllerate; srholsnMp. avsti.bie: SSK&SfsSffiteCHARACTER .
(' Is ready for a fight. Every Influence
should be put forth to prevent FLORIDA '
trouble. The distribution of whiskey. : i IKISSIMMEE.' i CULTURE'. CONDUCTNext ,

among good order.voters Politics Is not is conducive bad enough to Private jHosoitaL American)-National ..*,................+.++....4...+4 44,........, ,SiSiSi..'.+tHMi session begins October 7. For catalogues address the I President,

1 witboutwhiskeyto Inflame the pea Bank Building WM. F. BLACKMAN Ph. ''D. lt'
] Tampa. ---- ----------- -- ,Winter Park Fla.,
i: alons and stir the bad blood. The
selection of the best men for public Florida.: Iet.aa ea- eaxeL.atarseetxex.etxetxa. r e et --.e-- JTr nov I OH ,

,honest position hearts.No requires. cool heads and Picture > ti t,

man who acts as ai agent for \ : J. W. HOJDPSOJ Moulding.All ; > SSEEDSForfre.k. I
another should try, to compass suooeas SUBSCRIBE: FOR THE, : }

by such questionable, re ore- W. L.. W IN'N, 't'I' Kinds of Frames > .
hensiblemeans.. Times have' j ; 11 > abtHtyr.rry' FLORIDA TIMES-UN ION I In.

changed.- Tbelsenttment of the peo- PHl'IOIAJOf AytDP.UAOwOrt., FUNERAL DIRECTOR ; made to Order ( m cliu by them.
rapidly crystallising. against, .' 7 ,' : elvc*. Pki aicrs .. Qrtmt Sttftf.r .
a, liquor anywhere. except under the .._- Pa.a. aa5 ]&0_.__- LICENSED EMBALMER ...'. > hsseon.dencela DaiLY ANDguso ,y l
. 'I. ,: them becmuMthey ._ ht-Oll'ftl . ,
_.... .,. 'Tin.
direction of a reputable physician.And pasta rra..N.i;
'' know -O.:
they .. .
Twai. _.. a
Given to o
Prompt :
too, a. man who can' be bought 1 .l. l attention l; can be relied upon.
JiI '
with a. bottle of whiskey will sell out J. SIMPSON ,. -j., orders sent by mail or ..-. Don't eipcrit.wlUi cheap-' j ,The SeaMVeeUyTtaes-Ustoa.*! I

to the other fellow who offers a 'jul(. I Wf Also Nice.:Line' of-Ladies' ,and telegraph) .i .tJlleaIbuJlu&:1:t Tbe .f mer 4iJ fait. . '
when be into
Then goesalone ......, .... .
Imo.w .Waak!
w voting booth,, be ia ready to sell outand DENTIST.Office ,!. Genta, Burial..Robes.. r .eed.seatoctby a corcie tiona ,1 1nd i eases Ie ............. ....a Qua mas't'.,,
dissapolnt. all buyers, It dons ;' *' tea' _
not over Oaceola Pharmacy. : .Resldence"West Side, 'of, t I hou_tnMtwortlty_ . j Mall'_rear.......a tL .'wflrlWilaln I

t i'' ,It pay Is better to lose votes and even OFFICE House:: t 9 .: 'm. tin 12 saga ] PHONE 78- Court/House/ .. tat' terrj'm IMtta VHCB.'S4 a.Adn....... . -Udbilaelsrfii.'

:,suffer defeat, rather' ,than carry the f 1.30 to .NJlrriSahwsaWim. .
ilCn.uetfxxfasaltllC 1 1w
\ ,memory of manhood and !conscience Telephone No:: 76 Jun o. lyr.. >
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f SapplemeritTile' Kissimmee Valley Gazette, May .15. '1908.

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Epwortb' League Meetlnr.iTheEirworth N. Per Snt.of public instruction Per County .
.. ;F I .hereby camases myself oe a candidate for Hashes. ollettod by my friend to e.lin.'lFor

.:.;, ? : League will hare a literarynneetlnjr I .ANNOUNCEMENTS. : County gunerintendent of If ,a candidate. for County rommloeioner free 'DIe.

at the Methodist Church ; elected I will devote. on of my tine to the duties trictNe.S.and.believln. that I am aualinad to

{ .this evening at 7JO: .'olook.: The c."""'" of the..... a. L TOWELL fin the office I have decided to enter th*race. and

i subject will be "An Evening at the I would solid the.eupport. of voter of my die..
Per ftn ortnte dent of Public Inatnwtlen.
iBpworth Parsonage end Is ." Mot. 0. W. BATTON.
everyone Per ..rlff.I. To the Voters of Oeeeola Conner; .

-cordially, Invited to at.t.ea4..Tb.. folia hereby announce myneir n. a candidate for I hereby announce myself for lo-oleiillun' to the County' Commlooiener.To .

wing program will be rendered: of Sheriff of the nemoamac voters of Oecet County
the offlo Oeeoota .tF. subject to office of County Superintendent of Public I.etraotloa .

Song by League. th*action e* the.__._ prlmariee.C. subject to the notice at thoP1t.I PemooratiaPrbmariea I hereby enaoueeemyealf for re .ominstWu asCsntyCemmlmlomr

,.t, Solo-If Us Jesus Gardner. ., shall appreciate. the support of the people emydletrict.
end desired to thank Honda far their
Reading-"Susannah Wesley as aMother my
"t For Sheriff.I .... ......
r, W. I. 1&4118 poet apaort. U eih .. win dloaharretha
J/. Miss Phyllis JarrelL hereby announce myself s candidate for the dative ., my ...... to the .boat Intereete of the
f1* _. 1'&t.loD-Mla. Marietta Pfann. office, of Sheriff subject la the action of the . r :{ apoadlnv-"John Wesley. His Life hereby nnnoanee myself a candidate for the

a ., Collier. Democratic PrImary. offloeof Saoerrlear of Bactebatlon. farOeeootaCoaatr. Tor County Com........r. ,

Instrumentals Solo-Miss Virginia QIO. W. OVER8TBEKT.For .subject to the notion of the Democratic, I hereby announce myself a panel for the

f Tiller. ...rlff. Primary to be held May the Uth.INS. and moat cfBoe of County Commhvioner tar District 11'.. 4 ..o.
Sketch. of Charles console_II\ '.and solicit the of the
Reading-"Life I hereby announce candidacy for UM office of raepeetfallyooHctttheaupportof all my friend ) support vowsome

Weslej. the Hymn Writer. MUiSJCNHe : Shell of Oeeeala County subject to too Demo throughout the _tF. .-, fa say district the demoBraU. primary to':
be .PAM May IIt1a and premise If deed. to die
Lawson. C. W. ORIfTIN. ,
erotic Primary. If llintid I promt the boot .
-Soncr "Come Thou Almighty chance the duties of the cows to the beet of .."
service of which I am capable. ...., -
P r8aoervleero4Tc .I.'ra' JOHN
ability H. BAISOCN.
Kins,1' composed by.Charles Wesley,
a r. PUCVATr. y
the Democratic Votom of Oeeoole Coast"I ; .
by League.
League Benediction.Baptist .hereby announce myself .ro..cminatlo.. to For ......,,. Commlao4otr.I

Per State Senator! I the offio of Supervise,of Bmriotiettoa for OeeeomOoanty. i hereby ..__ myonlf, n candidate. for

Church: T* tile Drmocrati Voter.of the '19th Senatorial I thank: my friend low poet favors and County CcmmlMlnn' from District No. s. and
solicit. their hearty.__ In the approachmsMay \ t
DIetrI & respectfully solicit tile support the voter* of

i ftp-" Rev. Kurle D. 81ms of Tennessee, I hereby announce myself a candidate for Primary., Very reepeotfally old diatrlot.. W.R.MANN.Per .'

f who spent a number of year In China State Senator from tab district abject to too J. A. LANCASTER: ., ,

will lecture on Chinese customs at the Democratic Primarieeta beholden the Ilda of For Supervisor ., .....'ra'Io.. '. Cenaty c:............ .

Baptist church Sunday night.! He 1s May. IMS. If.elected I will endeavor to faith. I am n candidate tar the office W supervisor of Te, tile Democratic Vat- Oaeeola CountyVI

W a man of great ability; pfeasina( address fully mm you. I aboil\ appreciate any old that Registration for Oeoeola. county and solicit the hereby announce, myeerf a oandtdato.ferCounty

o and is said to bare a splendid voters.of this district wU give ma support d the voter. In the' p.-clabW BrWmary. toewdaIn: Metric K*. s.ouhlect. to

lectures To make It more Interesting 1 B. BEACHAht. A. J. BOOTH., the action.of the D-. . rmMay.O. .

he dresses la Chinese costume for the M.. HUB SARD.

oooaslon with pig tall" end other For State Bessemer.To Pair Clerk.. the Circuit Ceeirt.Te Par County Commtaalonor.lMmomtta .

t embellishments the Democratic Voter. of Orange and O.o.olaCeaaUeu the DemoereU Voters of Oeomla Concert ,.'.'tb.' < ...,. of O*-. Co.atFa rAt
Being a candidate for the same of Clerk of the
the oMlBrtatlon of my many friends I ....

I hereby. an.ounee that I will be ..... Wa. at OrmU:: Court. at the Dinuerelli Primary be decided to he*candidate far the County Commteokmer .

the nomine Democratic Primary for raamlnetiaaaa held. )I.,.I will erectly appreciate the support for District Number L end f haH ---.
State Senator far the Uth Bnuluilal District of the people of Oeeeoln O tIIItp. Having. for ate the support of the people ., ale district at

of Florida. composed. of Orange and oesmolasounds. some time post oeenpled the position of Deputy the coming>emocrati* May Primary. ; "

gM .. LOUIS C. MA8SET.. Clerk I feel that" t am fully ompetoat todtaharte X, B. L. LESLEY.

the; duties of office to doe aaUefaotloaof

the public. ARTHU E.: DONBOAN. Per County Cemmis.toner.I .
For State A Atternov.. '
I. hereby announce myself as a candidate J for
.. naeunee my candidacy for n mlnUantoaaeaoeritormef Per Woprooentatlro.To CIo.atrOo--")*lim-for District Mo. Two (t,

I the erne*W State Attar the Demooratio Voters of Oeomla t.trlI. sublet to the action *f the Democratic Primaryto e

nay U nod far the Seventh Judicial circuit ofIlorida hereby. announce myself a candidate. for Representadva be .bald In May 1'".

subject to the decision of the Democrat Noblest to the action ., the -pmok .' _ . So L.D. OVEItIITJUET.
prbnariee to be held col ]tar:*. IVOR. If seats ratio primary to he held on May 19th. 1-.and

trusted with the odratatatraUoa of thin moot Important tepectfally ask tile support at the voter of thescanty. For County Commloeloner.Te .

1 J arose hy the >>- I will\ aa I have... '. C. 8. ACRES.: : the Pomonnlhi Voter of 0IeeaIa County; ,

ways strives to- perform my day tmpertiellyandfcertemly. Having decided to sad for wonw.An.tia.. .
For Tepraoeototire Oonnty Oommmilmiar far District Number. I. I
W the .beat lateree of the state
To the Democratic Voter*of Console Countyt
dealre to-thaak friends
JOHN a JONES. my poet expense and
I hereby announce myself a candidate far Rape reecoelMay eoBeit the veto of the people of my'dletrict :
_tati_ subject to the action of the Democrat '
Per Tx Collector.I !* Primary to be held on May W 1MW Aa at the eomlne May Primary.. .a..
c.-01 the Board of County" 6 ____' J. a STRATTON.
J.H1. lfIDDIjTT.T. hereby snnovaoe myself a candidate. for of Oeoool County for many yearn I feel that 1 am I ...
? the office of Tax Collector: fur Oeoeola County well _aal..... with the need of oar people and For Coanf Cemmloelenor.Attheealieitationof .
If elected I ..... devote earned to
She action of oaraeetty pra- friend ...
object to the Democratic Primary tontine end nivondn,tMr Intoner to the beet my I hereby

""t W'.LBR. A tD'.WATCH to be held May l.. ..190 ., Soliciting. your of' my ability.' WALTKR BASS. So. noane myself oaadleate. for'County Commiefcaaer :: .
d rapport I am from District Ho. t, and If elected. pledge a "
REPAIRER. far Coaster: Traaenror.I faithful of ..
discharge Ute duMmef the ..
I Respectfully.B. hereby announce'myeelf a candidate for the
. Call and see my Line of Watches I olBee of"- Treasurer of Oeceola county, ab- ,.

Per Ta* Collector.To sect to the action. of the Democratic Primary .Per Member School ........,
be held the 19th day of may. 101. .. To the Voter of Oeeeota County J "
the Democratic Voters of Oeeeata County1I
fully oak the rapport of nil my friend thraurh. I hereby aanonnc myself a candidate" fat the
Any article'of Jewelry Promptly. Ordered nnnaana emirs elf a candidate for renomlnatloaaa
out the county. JOHN L BKAMAN office of School Coramlaoloorr for DletrietMo,
Ta CaOaetor. of Oceania County subject to the
t. subject to the Primary to be held May II1th '
Request. action of the Democrat* 1 to I
upon primary. wish For Treaanrer. '
f : .MS. 1 pledge myself to dlMhanre duty to'
thank the voter for their and will ., my .
poet support At the solicitation of many friend I have decided '
i the beet 01 ability' If elected
BiCYCLE SUNDRIES. very much appreciate their veto ta the Primaryof to mnko the moo for the mines of County my
Kay > th.. 108.. Tory raapeatfany.CRAB. Trvaoarar., My reason for running ill that I need / '"",
.( L. BAND. the coos,and believe eon AD It to the eettefoetianof Poor Member of School Board.

I .n.!.T 11Md. ? J. W COLLIER.For I hereby announce myself a Candidate far. .....

Osceola For Coaoty ....... bar of the School........ District No.If .

.County At the raajaaat of friends I have.nodded. to nub- Trenonrer. dented. I promo a faithful........* or.the
To the Democratic Voters of Oeoeola County
mil say carnets lie considered.* the Democrat datle.1 the cOos 8OLOMAN RAULERSON.
I will be for County Treeeurer at
,,1'I'tmaI7-11&) lit, 1 X far the office of County a //candidate -
Abstract the May Primary and ballerina that I can efflei.ontly For Member of the School Board.I .
,Company Jades,and nek. If.. :3ftr opinion I am.worthy of
perform the duties of the omen I reepect- hereby announce myself a candidate. for r*.
tbepaettlm to out your vote aeeardlncly. and Ifolottod
fully solicit your eapport. B. C. MHXRR. miscues a the....of mimlir of the Beard of
I promise to try not to dleappoiiit ran. .
Public laetimiUun. .la and for District .... euhJeettotliaaethm -
s. H. BULLOCK.I) MAJlAOItR. L. A. MINX. For Tax Aaoeooer.Thanklnr . of the Democratic''Primary. to

let Coasts Judge.
Real estate i. candidate .hereby announce myself n candidate for n-enm .If....... tpramiea, la the future a*lades past.
.hereby announce myeal) a* s fat re.
.Issues. to the cone of Tax Assessor of OaeeelaCounty
to faithfully perform the deuce of theaffle
Titles examined and reported'onTaxes
nomination to office of Jades and Ss.
cub to the action of the Democrat
Tlmnlrlne friend for their pact and
p paid for non-residents .....Jadn of the Cancer Court at the Demooratfe my
Primary to be held May the Nth. IMS. If electedI
Mpiac amia to receive the__ I
Instruments relating'to real estateearefully Primary to be hold OB the 'Mb day.,...... discharge the duties of the..... a*lath* Reepeetfuny. am

drawn.Correspondence A. D., IMS. and laoapport doing. se earnestly request, the
to the beet of ob Itr. .
past my : ... L L BaOWII'
of on of fellow aHfaieaa. and I
my nan J. L. OVERSTREKT.Per .
Solicited. eeeure thorn that If I ru.lie the nomination and For Member School ........, '

election I win tathafutur*,.a* la the part, devote Ooeinty Coma........ At the solicitation. of my friend*. I hereby a-.'

k 't.o ;" all of my time and anercy to the beet utarmtaof The friend of H. J. HANCOCK take views" noun"myself e candidate to.......
the county In.ord.nn.with.... m preeentin him name to the voter of DMrlet Member of the School Beard far District No. I.

G. F. ):KRIB 3 S : w.: x. JOHNSTON. No. d oaaaaadldate. for County subject to the action of the Democratic.....,.
.. .ving that U ha should reacts tile aomlnetioa to be hold May IS. IMS. If etoet.d I 'pledm n

' ATTORNnTV-AT-LAW., Per rVoooontla Attorney be would make conservative, and ooma@Wutimsamaasisslora. fHhfnldlothar..d my duty. W. 47 BANS.
I hereby nousee myself oandtdate, far the .. .
Office In the 'Court House-Klssimmee. For Member of the scheme Board,
memo of, Praeeratln Attorney ., the County '
Per County OommUalcner.I I announce myself o* n candidate for member
Gear of Onoaw Oornnty.subject to ,th action of
Florida. In hereby. announce myself a candidate for re of the Board of Public Instruction fromSeheolDietriot .
the Democratic primary to be held May. andranDoetfanyeeBcUthoeimpert
the eUrtion n* county tommlmlimor, from District No.X aad If elected I will fatthtnny dl...
be associated.In .
With whom will the voter of "
N trial of causes he law"Arm of the Corny J.UMOON.Vr .
voter of that dletrict. .
-Massey aglow of W. B.,GODWIN'. '
p ..-.....: Attorney.' For Member.. the School Board.Te .

< Orlando I booby announce myself a*n candidate far the Per Censer Common .....r the Demerit a voters. of faaeoIaad. .t''

again of Proeeenttnei Attorney for Oeeeom CoantyenMeatwthedeeJalonofth At the eoHcHatiM of many friend. I hereby ale I hereby announce,myself a eandidats for.....|

Subscriptions for (be.' Atlanta *) Demmer.tie'voter nmrnee my candidacy far County Onmmllnnr Qsmalimtemw' m District:Me. S. auUeet. to. doe n*.

Journal daily OP semiweeklytaken at the'-'" -primary eleeN.m in this. -tr. 1 tram District 11-..and epll.t tile support ef tile tIes of the Demomntte) Pricey rtaMay.t .

at thlij ofllos. Go P. IItJUIIB& > v etonolthedJetrlot. ,,1.r.u: : UII.: ... .. .



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Supplement Wiley Gazette, May . r:

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Graduates. Rre candidate for Presidential ';'eolion.'OD. Membea of Hone of Bep..DLat.ln. It 00 14lotsL:2stoblank: : itt ..... .. .laf Mo*< \*

.onor'of,1 ..candidate for' United states. senator, County= Judge .....,i,. .. ., .. . . MOD I lou 2.11. 4. .>s .In block. :24 all Uocka. .;tL. 15,21,tog.

Oo Frida ...ILel'DooD.M...T 8,' Mill Oseoaodldale for Representative> Is Contresi. BhertlT.......... ..... . .. .. tW> 1&. 211I. :VI. -a. 29. !Ml nil the above lou JI>4leeh

Marietta Plane entertained the members Clerk of the Circuit Court . . .. . M oo ,.bnat-mWeet tW.abet.:: ....... ettion .see-

of the class of '08 of the 0.'U. a.tiwith .. Two candidate for Justice of tbi Supreme County Assessor of Taxes. .. .. .. . *0 00 20 township 21 e of r r>o, eeapUaa-i sad reserving -

s> delightful launch ride. Court. : Tax Collector. .. .. .. MM' I e.strip of land so

Immediately oa boarding the launch One candidate for Governor I County inpeiintendvnl of Public In.etruaUon '- feet wide new seed a* right/ or ways fop *aihaa4purpoae

the hostess Rare sack guest, as a souvenir One candidate for Secretary of...... .. . . . .. ... '. .. .. . .. 'UOO! *; the self of self" ." of owl I atX.

ot the occasion, a redcaroatloo, One candidate for Attorney General County Surveyor. .. .. . ... . . .. See the self of self and the wn ef self *style.obis

which. It the class flower and streamers One candidate for Comptroller.One County Vmeurer . .. .. .. _" . ". .. ill 00 .In township 2.h of V24.; the wC:.the OWN ef
of red and whit .ribbon the. class candidate" for Treasurer Supervisor Rrtlbtratlna , : A"OU nef" and begin 3 chains! a of aw sewer of the OWN

colors. One candidate for g.ipertatenlent or: Public County Prosecuting Attorney '. .. . Was I 01 &he, self al eeetion H township:II e e< r alt a MA '

The entire party were in the gayest.of Instruction, School Commtaetooer. .. .. .. .. . .. goo y lru. thence s 9 chains and 24 'Bake .. w..eld* of

spirits and the afternoon was spent One candidate for Commissioner of Afrioul-" County Commissioner. .. .. .... . ofl Atlantic Coat I4ne Railway thence nwtbestsl'

very merrily In recalling amusing lootdeots tare. Joshes of the Peace.. . ._ .. .. .. .. . . tat\ If parallel with sew railway 12 ehalnai JJfne* U,

of the school days so soon to One candidate for Railroad Coiamwtlnner, Constable . . . . ,.. IOU chain and tl'f links to ....."aln.. game. balers m;

come to an end. During the ride often One candidate Adjutaut OeneriL The CompelsCommitee. met and appointedthe section 8 township" 1&-\ s of r tee: the nU of th*'.

miles down the lake and baoic:, delightful One candidate for Stale CbenlM. following. '__ton and clerks te aerve at thecornine self section In township s6: a of rhe.| wl4.f<
refreshments were served MY' awM and the".'4''"f...'.< eeetkra 1>towmmlp. ill S
One o.odIda&e for Stale Attorney of the Primaries:
-oral times.. >f r 2p e;the ew'!f of awl!f 01..1' see U'_',;
At the end of the ride the guests expressed Seventh Judicial Circuit District No. I.-HM. Lieu fn...'......: "ship' 3.1 e of r r:'e:the w', of owls" of..'<..... Mlownahip
their appreciation'' of the One candidate for Senator from the Nineteenth G. w. Aabtoi ", *! *of r 21! s: the awl f of self eeethm 1towwhia.2Vof ,',

pleasure in a hearty ",eU" for ,the Metric Ira WetherbM H r tit e: the nw'f of nU eoettooII
One candidate for Member of House cif Repneentatlvea -
hostess, Miss Pfann. H. i. taMle&. Clerk township S3: a of r"e: all section 7j thee>< of

The party included the members of One eeadldue. for County Jadst. Dial rict No. 4.-K. E. h.". luoDtrinr.Ped shelf of eeetion I I", the nH of awls eeetioa R. the
the senior class, vis: Marietta Pfano, 11 oilW. -. o.U 01 ..!, ..-oUcm -.-'. ail In township W e ef
One oaadidal sheriffOne
KUaoor Van Duol'J Kuo,' Ellis for .. rice \ .
candidate for' Clerk of the Circuit Court. ... Uoeeler 1.
Rachel Leaks, EfBe Lawson, Mary One candidate for Oouuty A eeeM r of Taxes. 1. II. ...."110... plcrk. Also .11'l their ...,.hl. title' and Interest la
Carson.Earl Mine, Verner Ellis and to the following. leaewiSub-lene- O.
Xne candidate for Tax CoUeoto No. 3. W. W.CIork, lnarctor.
District -
Henry Moon and Joe Butler: also .. C. nee;.*!< ef ne'!>. the n>I4 of s'f and. nHof JrH
One candidate for Superintendent of W. it ado
Miss Alleen Moon and the Jolly cIpi Public County of eeetioa. U:, than!* of.*'{ and .J!4 of vwH *faoeUonll.
Instruction. I. T Kile
t.In-" Guy Gardner. I. Lee .'!i 01.'':;. the self of elf,* and
One candidate for County Surveyor.One Raymond I.."...... Clrrk.District .
self of nM of section 24 In townahlp WaefrVe
'- candidate for County Treeaarer. 10.T.. N. Fur. Io.ptor.. : the wH of elf of auction l;. the wit 01 moM.
One candidate for Supervisor of RaglatmlloD. .
Marion Werrrna. < the awls.s''-f of awl and self of eeetion IM the
One candidate for Bounty ProxooutloslAltoraey. 8. Parties w5f ot awH and a.', of...'.. ef eeetion. If- .....

W. L. ]111'DuZD: D. N. Floyd Clerk.Dletr.'ot .hip-M.of r 30 et the nw', of ... the neM of
) Foul Delegates at Lare to the National Coo-
yentlon. : No. I.-bnn BeullawMt. lnpr..tor. ..':. the*'( of n's,the*.'< and the..'
W. A. Knbenk *. section II'I--i.7d a of p N% .the.elf'ofself
Two Delegates to the National Convention
N. *. Blonnt and nlf of self section township clot rMerthe
IN..Ut. Second Congressional Diatrlct.
VoaneTlndall. Clerk self of ..". self of _'<. awls ot ee1;. self dswif
One Member of the Democratic RationalOanualttee
District No.*. O. R. Baa*.- InapMtor.; and nwU of nwU........ T township 2&e of
H. a. fVrtlc r 29 w the wMTofwl"af ne'.. .1'! of serf and ;- .
One Member of the Democratic goats. Com 1. Harvey swill of self of sw'f _Ion X*. awl 'q ef nw,,'III\f\ ='
,REAL ESTATE mlueo.Every. A. section AI, awl!<., owl'f Section 19. its and the l
H. Barlow Clerk.
elector in each County '8 hoo1. Board) A. ..Hi'" ...'. .'
Diatrlct ah.ll here the right for one t>UUIct No.7.-B. H. Alderman I ..perl..... ) t' *ef r''>*. _'< of ..'" .'4.1 \
candidate for Member of the Uoerd ol Public A. C. W.lltb..Jr self aeUon by self! of self eeetion M towaahlpl >.j
'\ laatrue'loa fl'GIII.ucla Ietrio&. W, P. V..d.,,-I\1\ .. \eefreteei';e'4 of*." mention 17 tewashlp. wIts

KISSIMMEB FLORI DA Every elector. Is each County Coca__..' 0. U, L. Chandler.' Clerk setrao a-: .naftaeetienrlll{rw.; of self

District shall bare Ihe rich to ore for,one Dial,flat l'o. ,.-R. I)..Had all.. IneptetuC.K. section tt tewnanipS. >*ot r :M/ ..< except ouch.

.. -- candidate for County Commissioner from such Lemone ." part et.eldwf. of ..'4 aeetton .ftf taw las oaf
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OUtrtot. e.W,. Seat public' read term from R e. Partin-*.'{ of self.

OFFICIAL CALL Every elector In each Justice .li tatlctahaU i Jobs K. Ka,vile, .1I'1',. .. awls of..'f and ne'f of.W14 section 20 teweehlpaef .

.'r By order of"Iholtomoumilet. Committee ,.nl 2.1 r s4!et: Lean from 0...' W Tiaon1 I ..'f of

tie-. [(Oxoont lUmuly ftot4 ..this I4lh.,lsy of April self etloa AJ township n a oft ins et| 'tome tram
able from such Uletrtflt ' > ?;' 'I; Peter Noculettea-..' of ' Section i ..
AFD.Ilebt ),;:'t <' .I.( ( T'7a"SIURPHY, .; a* taw
For! De.OGr tlo. Primary Election Every. elector shall hare the right to vote for,MH'Ataewti-"' ". y 'i;*"'1...* "'WWW'.* Chairmen.T. : ship 25*of else ei instant. from I.. E Part -"'., of
two member. of the Democratic.SenatorialMatrk wM section 2f.III" 1 lean from Oscar Haaa
!. Os oola Conaty, to Be> Held IV. ELLIS eVeretery. ?
*Committee.Kvery .-.4of awls.0'4 of self.da.'< bflaactba t7? "
May IMki; 90S, Md Jane: eteotur Is each ..IIocI'reoID'" shall .U of**I4 neaUon Is. se'4 of ',,.'''."..".MatIo. '

f;16tfc. 19O8.- hare the right to vote for one member of theDrmoeratlsCeuatyCommittee MASTER'S ,SAi...E. 5), .401, _"and ..'{.,..', aeetion Alp. townaUp .'
from e ch preotaet. 26 not.a IM e.,laaae from Wward al.

T' Under awl by virtue of a decree '".e4' out -.elf at...' section 7 and ow'.. "fit..., section

The Democratic Committee o( OeoeolaCoaaty.lathe Each pereos desiring lo have bit Seams of the Olrmilt Court of the Seventh Judicial tStownaMptftaof.. r Kt as| bama f rem.welter taw ,.-. J

State,ot "Florida bereby'ean printed oa the Primary .Election: hellos, a> a Clrcut' of the Mute of Florida in and for the 8rr)> .1ewU'.ea<<01*..'f and all that part ef"

and provide for the holding of a Democratic candidate for any county once shall. flic with County of Oaoeola.; 4ttlnf lit Chancery, self at aw<,and self'of section 2\''lriaaeouth efrbrhtef 9 'A

the Chairman of this. Committee i'e. or before. dated. Ai.ri 14th. IMM. and Bled' In the Clerks way of 8t. cloud Surer Wit'Railway.' .!
I rlmery Bieotloa be held la Mid county si. the 2ulh day or April. A. D. 1"'*\. his notice of pfflce of aid Court. In sad for said'County, on lots ., .. & and the *'6-o..'i of section 26, Iota I.X '

the regular polling place la _election\ die.trlot candidacy and application to have his came so thelHthday ;.f April. l"",, III 'a certain Hit S. 4 and **'4 of ae'4' and self section : \ elf and .

,daring the boor Bed by law o> Toe Printed upon a blank lo be tarnished by the therein Pending wharvesv.. r; Townsend. s* I *wXnnd elf! at_'< and .'''' 'of. meet of-eMtloa

'4.r.IM' 19th ,day of May.A-D.. 1MM for the sold Chairman accompanied by the amountof tuardlsn. et al.. are complainant. *. and C, If. i M all In township *l sot r2ll.> ) ; also all ef aw'i! of '

nomination of all Democratic candidates for hie eeaamnt ai specified below, and uo Carroll et ... are defendant sod wherein C. ...''". nw' "
office State mod County to be voted for'br tfcDemocrat 101. i name of any inch candidate shall be printed Carroll ot al. are C'f'I ofIOm"I.IDanla.and W.,D'j way of St. Voted' gaiter lists ReiI_..' and nl{efwK p.

electors at the general elective ape.or oonnud or reliirael: If printed..... TowuMad et *L' are (._- ,-feud rate, I of*ectl''' township tofra"*; .'... a'l 1 .t' :
be bold next November end to b appointed b c
any each ballot u.I..- this provision shall ..II'" the highest' and beef bidder, fur fractions,aeaUeaa I adf twwnaMpt>> the Democratic Governor of Florida between have been compiled, with.mid Chairman shall public sal In front <,( the Court: house door e;also wH of section d township" IK! a ef r 11I1 e; "

Ihe-dateof said Primary Election sad the time Immediately. thereafter furnlaa to amok newspaper at Klaalmmee. Florid. during the level hours alto oK ef self eeetianM: township. A. ef 'JSe
the Election: to A. D. 1910.
for Primary
holding pnblshedU" said _DI,. a list" of all of.. .. os the Bret Miitdir In June lm! ,--all that lie ne of the raNnad; 1_. from ,A I:. '
Provided that b second primary, where neoeaaary names which hafe been so Bled ae candidates the richt. title Interne and cNIm of ". D C,r:> 'Whaley-'aef. _'lol self old .'4 01--10." .J

under. the .law, shall. be held oo Toes for such 011I_ Bolt end of the CUM".-M:....... \Ja.I... of l..*. A. D. WOS to oboes
day day
The voting; U said Primary Election shall be and&e the following deecribrf land'erse" SfBeetkmsthatliMwbf canal 1 t township:! a efr
between the two highest candidate for any of- by ballot prepared, and need lot ,accordanceWith and certifies- of.onnSM' stockof, the Naval W 0| elm all ef the UmberM eeelion 7 townahlpSef "r
floe where nomination.. shall not have bey.mada .
.notPltrr; the provisions of the Slate Election Laws, stores Export Companv-,'. !Co.'MI not ten .h...... r We;also lease from W.I:. faaa-!lota 1. "

by Majority you U Election and shall be printed and distributed under the of the par value of rion....11. X .< 4. \.. 7.N. W, 10. II. t=. ix: 14. 18. 17. 18. |III. ..,

end at such ,second Primary B cotton only direction of this committee, and on laid ballots The following described ....". and losses. 206 Il e1",8/. a.37.. .ill!,Il; 411, 41.47, ", 44. 43. \;;.
Men election a. were outlined lo vote In ant .
hall he printed the names of .all oauilitUt... situate In Onecob County ncriila. vH: 46..47nahownby P'at of Eden'ln aeetlon. !Mttownahlp >ll"
Kloetioa. shall be ,permitted U
Primary .vote for county 011I_. arranged m alphabetical. order The mtf4 ef tile' self of Section I townahlpSVcef eofr'Ale: alao all -..'{ of -aw'-i of
The..... and eoadlUoDa on which legal
.. sled by. the Campaign, Commllteo.aU rt44hwV; < of the ..". the wX sect :2 tewnahlp: a of. '* -that lie a of
Electors oflerlog to become candidate are' U substantially In conformity with the ballots of the nwti the awls of the ..'';. the eK ef the right 01 way of Atlan'ti Cuaat Una-rai eeaxT a* It
rote at snob eleotloaa shall be lagardeU andtaken
of need In the general Issues _u. the nwV at the serf.and the elf of the ewM new run through said forty;a'ae .all that port. otnel
Members the, Dsmoemtlefestv.
as proper The said Committee shall at sumo on the sib of the ae'-iof SWAM IS township' s of r 21 *: (of aeW and .'.ot nw)"- and ..A;of rew.'j aa
end therefore,eattted to participate '
day after such Primary, or_D.r.If nil the returns I the*H ef the*w!<. and the nK' M the aeW of teetlon lie on the north aide of Shingle creek. aa it now
end be candidate before and vote si inch elections '
are la, meet at the County Court Rouse 14 township U s of r IS el the n* of the *.I rune la solids*t township. V'..e.*> ror altt,,
,are ee follow iThose. and. publicly convent The retam-and- declare i the Now of the nC) Phi neX ef the nw>"and the f......**.....).. C.the term-and 'eondlUan* ..

.and only those persons, shall be per* what eaadldatee have been nominated by a self election U township y>a ef r 8< ef the nw{W said A.larger part ef said leaae*.aal 1 la ,

tainted tebeeome candidates before or to voteat ..ajorII- for each county office, and la ''fill the self.\he..I4..the 003,4 the 014 of the shown. by the same .having been worked and n ..

or participate in the. management of any what cues second Primary'will' have to beheld awls the w14 of the ew%and the rl f of the awU large part ef mow1 laving, nearly ottplred.Ah . /

primary election hold by the Democratic Party sod the Chairman. and Secretary _0''this of eeetion$4 township 2a s at r 28 el the nwX the eometimoaml place the following y

.U Florida, who an white Democratic electors, Committee within two days thereafter. shall at the mwlf at section 25 township. 20<< pili.* described real estate situate in Orange

who dealer theU\adhera\ to she "" 110I..... certify to the Chairmen of the State Executive the w t4ef the...>< of.. ..B and all* or a. aSa County. "State .' Florida '_.Itt The west

and OTgea1atloa ot the emoemtle.Party--aatleaal. Committee the result of said Primary Etontioala self ef ss1t eeeUon t. In tawnahlp tt s ef r II et 3f of eeetion *townahip M a of r.r.e.

Male end eoeaty+who.are by the laws said county showing the result of snob fly. the OWN of the arw54.the*34.e the .w'4of **e- Also.the following lands situated In the countyof \

.of else State lawful.Ieetors of the dtetrlet fat oloct.and shall also certify to the Chairmen ef tics s tawnahlp. m eef rNeuthe..!. .f the sell BerrlaaJandBSate of Odsamla4end deaeribeda .

f.4 woMb they offer to vote,who have paid their the OoncreesloBal Committee_result as to thoawMnmltheeH 61' the self'01 ewtion' 1Sawnahlii > follow It I clock S7 sad Lot
:pan uses legally doe not lees than tea .days In* candidate for member of Congress ti r of r..ot the nest of the'wM.the 'the' town .,.Itmt tr.. county and .Utete, .,"-

Before sank Primary Ehwttoa U held, sad was The decision as to canva*.)nd rulings of the .mw34 fill the self c.l aeetknxttownabip-He of 'rIS -.L' .

Shall when challenged by say doctor pledge la County Committee. shall he anal .sa to county *) the*MofthaX of aeetlmt I township Wj Also at Cbe-. '...,.." r pia.* CerilScate

writing upon oath ..before sa inspector bis candidate, including member of the L glala- **Troianef aeetlealtawnahlp. /II/ s'cc r 21 ., It o.621 tortes shares. of the par vein ..f.HOp

honor to abide br.and rapport the ,....U. of tore before amok Primary.a.. the.M ef serf I and the eH of.'<.eeetwa' T townsMpVcof each of the capital flock of the .Karat More*

' much primary and support the.aoauaee merest Thefollowlnc aeeeeement* eaesvedtastos AN rtSei.the'neK'efrnoHeeetloapis Export OODtp.",.

...... gloater lathe county..qualified vote tot hereby '"""''Ion)the rations .nose ._ town.haa **f r is Klnealwt. S.4. m-bteck I; -.Tena.oI..b,

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vU-the. .....o."nl Member of Best:Senate ...................w S S f9 ldsdf rParbrsn block iS. bats 1. 1C *. la hleek 'I r Nailer In Chancery.

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over In Klsslminee and - Displayed in Kissimmee.

MARKED LOW.Rockers of all kinds. "

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"Fancy Silver Pieces, -Vases, Cups and
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The, Kissimmee Valleu Gazette Wade, the Tuner. Orlando) Hoy: suits at Cash Ttore. Only three tnore day* bcforo 'the'primary. To the Voters Osceqla. 'County.! j FOR ATTORNEY 4
.. For lilcvclos Shnnlliar Orlando l Kastman: ]{Kodaks \ ,
------- er and supplied atO I TV respoclfuliy"solicit youl- vote

TELEPHONE NO.' 4': ,i .? 116t.1J ; I, cecjla I Pharmacy. Notice.--City tax books '"lit! close for.sheriiT at the primary on Tues- VOTE FOR

, ,-, or 0 dotes of "(Milt" will cure any City tax books will, class May 8Lh.1 on. May 18th. J. lUUlUiKHT, Clerk. day'May .II Hh. Having ailed this Park At. trammel it

JPUBLISHEDDEVERY FRIDAYBY cane of Chills and Fever. Cold or LH- J. R, Gilbert Ch.'r If you, need anything In Winter ofllce before, you have hud an op '

r grippe.l'Iorsheim's. "SueKine silks" advertised Good you says from 25 to fi"> percent portunity. to judge "'fitness\ for
: so extensively A
the Friend
In ...1the\ leading period-> at Stanford Co. position. endeavored wheneveracrime .to the People.
I earnestly
*5 )'atent Oxford
w.fB. NARR16.i&Ua correct thing an to style comfort arethe 'Icals on .sale at.KaU'II.: i iH W. B. Maklnson Is havjug the one"" wa committed to ferret out ,a

: : ; ,house building put In repair. with new and bring before the court the' guilty
etc. I Found at H C. Stanford Co. 01ft doses of MW" will clare
; any thick. piers underneath.
When placed
WEATHER REPORT. onlv. warrant was
.OFFICIAL ,case of Chill and Fever' Cold or r a. r..rtv. ;
'A.4ii.ii. Umpi tiii for vnwk .ndln... Thur. grippe. Rev. J.; B. Mitchell of Orlando, hand., the party was apprehended WE'HAVE JUSTRECEIVED
.ay. Mry lt teen Rev and Mrs. 3 W. Austin and will deliver thecommencenent sermon and brought to justice whetherhe
---- -- --- children or Maitland, returned home Vile Plank's Chill Tonic. Guaranrteed. for the Osoeola High School this wan near or far and whether the .
Kmin. Monday after visit Mr. and Price -2,'; cent*. SolO by all old
.Lx. I Mini a to Mrs year. warrant was an or new one, It was
I / It M. N. Ovvrstreet in tho Shingle Creole druggists. ull7-8 The local market...|n now. well supplied my purpose to 'discharge my duty
I neighborhood.Our Quite a number of ladles went up I I. -with. blackberries and In a few fearlessly andImpartially.Should .
II'r-IdaJ//' lot 4 from hereto Pinecaatle yesterday toi!days iieaches l and watermelon will beComing you honor me with the anew and complete line of Drugs
ItatunUySunday M 'M I spring book .of samples for attend a big barbecue and political' .In: nomination for this office, It will be
.84. mena made to measure garments. Is !' my duty and shall be my pleasure to and Patent Medicine of the
I speaking. Rev. WV'W.; FroaVof DeLand, will :, one
Monday. I replete with all the new things, come ,
duties of the office accord
discharge .the
wW"a" I 117m I early and) get1'it rood selection.. Mr. J. C. Urlnin. who went preach at the Christian! church, next
;y .. 41ft to!I Sunday morning and ..evening. The lag,to law'to'the best of my abilIty best Jassortments! of Stationery ,
Thundayi VII 6fltf KAT%'SI Loughman'VCrne days ago to acceptaposltionwith .
'Ii without fear; f.vol'.or alT t.IJn.
I public l cordially Invited to come out.
I the Everglade CypressCo.
Any matting purchased, from us, and hear him.. Very respealfoil, ever: brought to Kissimmee;, )Jiigh '
: this week and moved
: ? .. came up ;.
T 20-11 CI.PRE"TT.
for cash, and retailing at 25 cents I ,
NNtNM v% per yard or more will be laid free his family to that place. (.. ; jIuMrs,.J. L. Moon a* went'pp delegate,'\0 to the Orlandonyesterday ,. __u __............. grade Ole&r.T bacco. and CIgarettes ..
of charge!, In any house within the. Every man who -qualified should '
Stat nventlon of the Woman'sForeign
city limits. This Is guaranteed by feel It his duty to go to the pollsTuesday Missionary Society. which le Council,Meeting., tjo suit the most: fastldiousi

G a' THE LOCAf nilD.rv the Home Storer and cast hill ballot for the and7! In session 4n that this .
1 .. dates. who; in his opinion-' will' ''makw: city wetjk.Itisrsaia , Mai'8th,190$. Baseball Goods on hand and more
Will and Ell '
Messrs. R. air
Henry the best olflc rsr Any man who will ., that the candidates Council met. In adjourned teuton,
O..el'8treet'Iba"( returned: from the be swayed by any other consideration who are attending' the barbecue 'at there being 'w. J. Sears, O. coming: ? ; Slingshot rubbers for :
every -
East Coast where they have "been J.V. Collier 'R ,
"' than this is of the Whittier today are expected make L. Bandy and J. . ,
ti N'K trucking- this. 'spring. They raised a unworthy' speeches jr, all ...:reports. ere true,. Gilbert clerk. President being absent 'In.
high prillegeofvoting., boy } .. Kissimmee Toilet,
,- Home Holders Contract.-WIIl.on. good crop baton account of the financial ],home of them carried; down enough W. 'J Sears was unanimouslyelected ?

J Dwelling, for rent, apply to M. depression It brought boor prices.W. Go to Kissimmee Drug, Co.,, and get!; "Inspiration" to keep' them talkingfor mayor pro tern. Articled and all kinds of ''Drug'--
Tiller J. Barber of KI.llmmee'.pent some delicious Schraffts. chocolates. a week. An ordinance regulating.'the run 1 '"
In' el'lo14ldaet.\ watches -$ .OO at'Kate's' yesterday la the city. He wall come .They have a contract. with. manufacturers -. Messrs. Thurinan and toll have 61 off of automobiles or 0101.01"'vehid gists' Sundries-:-In .ehort ,:Wry,,'
for .fresh goods shipped direct within the .
.' here on June 1 to reside permanently, been UllnQ' their new well boring out 1 es on the streets or alley I' 1find
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a, .. -, from'factory. This contract requires fit this and ) town was Introduced and read a first. :
? having accepted a position" with one week are highly pleased thing that: one'mlgFlt'ie4leit'1ei&
Blaok"Idlnorca *(ir rgs'Sl.OO) for 13: all old goods to 'shipped .,back: to Its time Further. action on same was ; ,
tgoods operation They driving
of the leading retail dry with are i % "*., V ,
Box 113.: ',. ,. '. ..' a ,!U7.3 ell.blllhment.lf l .,of 'the city.-u>Tampa factory and new goods. .chipped out. a well near the swimming pool in' thehotel deferred until next-regular meeting.. . j In an ,, JSi-i-"* -A' san4'Nwi,Drug' Store; -
stale be ,
Overstreet transacted No goods are to offered f6r where Also the following ordinance was
E. L. D. busjlneis Tribune. : yard, they, expect to get av' ,
In Orlando, ,'WUI sale.: 20-tf good flow, and have water running Introduced, whereupon on motion duly'seconded can'be found atKisSimmee
John.t.oo ': Manager Robt. Donegan. of'the The Valley Gazelle haa been suft into .and out of the pool- all the' lm8., and carried, It was read a
of Greensboro
Deer Park ranche, Is now ,
Hopkins first time, and by unanimous. consent
ferlng this",eel.[ from a severe case of Tho of the !
State. .
this week. and -oranjjw crop > .next
In town In fine beef cattle ?
N..Ji-"u bringing some was read a second time and put upon '
: mental anguish superinduced by complications winter will not'be what the bloom
Y 'fLeave! packages for the W (t.e'St..r .hipping Ihem to Tampa for use in Incident. to the. printing:'of .' There' ,'was an' Immense Indloated. 'Us passage, which unanimously car- { Drug Co.
the local markets of' that city. He rled. (See ordinance in another column ,
-with. The Eome'Store. 47tf .
,Laund the official) primary election ballots, bloom but this. Is"not alwaysPa sure .
has shipped 'several carloads In the
pf this issue. .
K or 6 doses of "666" 'wll\\ cure any past few weeks.; '- If. the voters experience ae much trouble sign of .' ;1>lg :rop..- The- spring There being no) further business, Prescriptions ;Carefully andAccurately'
in casting these ballot. a. ,wehave drought; caused a great deal of,the I
of Chills and Fever Cold or La-
y Council
case In
adjourned to meet regular Filled
ICisstmmeo Is pleased to, welcome in preparing- them, we "don't young fruit to, drop. .andthe' wise ,.
grippe. % home Mrs. C. R. Jones and her daughter blame them for wanting a 'good price. prophets must' revise,, their figures, : adjourned session Tuesday,. May ,29' ,

Nearly all of the candidates are out Mis Helen, who have been for their-"support.' cutting the crop,down at least--..:million *at"7:20-: ', p.m., President W.J.StARS.Pro Tem. ::1I

of town today attending a barbecueat spending the past. several months The rains of the few weeks \ boxes of what was In eight In the ; .
past Clerk.
Whlttier.MrsO. relatives In Bartow. Mm.-Jones J.Jl, GILBERT;'
with ploneerresidents'of. have been very beneficial to the watermelon early spring.-De Land Record. I _.....j .r-i., ..,.J, , ,! , -,
C, Peeler has returned to Is one of the OUI'clt1 crop,, and the growers are now The ilinda picnic, which'
Gainesville after- brief ,visit with. and never falls when opportunity looking: forward to a large vleld. was held at. Maple Grove last Friday, I A Living SkeletonIs .

I friends here. off ers,, to'say a good word for Kis Nearly two hundred acres ,of melons was not. so largely attended aa aunHar i tHe float condition. of any child that I D.ROTDNDO

Mrs. S. B. Aultman, of Thonoloassa simmee. I were planted In this vicinity, but owing occasions have been in former; has-worms It lives. Think of .bayIng ( m

Mr. and Mrs Supt.. E. 1'. Dann. of the electric to the drouth in the early spring "years. It 1 I. impossible to get 'either i something In 10ur.t.omach that mY
Is they ;rue.t.of
the children t./ take the. I all take nourishment.
light plant, acting under Instructionsof the first planting Is a poor stand. parents or ) ears you
'J. Will Jr.
M. son, the electric light committee of thq Those that did come up however, are same interest In'a picnic held in town I Nine-tenths of the babies have worms,
Mayor T. M. Murphy and Capt. P. council has recently Installed 'a. hun doing splendidly and are putting. on a that they Will In one held elsewhere. may be yours has. Be certain that It.

A. Vans Agnew transacted business In dred candle power' Incandescent light. One'crop of melons, whichit-- is expected The committees appointed next time has not by giving It White's CreainVermifuge
Orlando last Saturday.Theuwe to front of the Methodist church' will be ready for market In should try and arrange excursion -It expels all worms and I.a Is Fancy and Family Oro.*

Store will\ call for'your which Is highly appreciated by the attendants time to bring fancy prices. The hills\ to* nome other" place and give the. tonic for the baby Price 25 centt. '

lauodrv. Please have the change for of that church, a. well as the' where the seed failed to sprout at first children'* real outing. Sold by Roberson's Pharmacy. I ceries.-

him on delivery of the. same tf.Capt. residents! In that vicinity. came up after the rains and are also Chairman Murphy, of the CountyDemocratic ,
A growing nicely, but will be a little. Committee, bas Rad bill ........
E. Moeeley the Cut on woolen goods at Stan. Kodak.

town King greeting of Gothe.old spent friends.Wednesday. In ,ford Co. about. At 3:15 o'clock yesterday afternoon1 bdxes ready to send .ou,. and making The Oaceola Pharmacy has secured Fresh \,'Fru ... Nuts and '

1 The Orlsndo'Sunday schools the jury In tJle case of the state against Other necessary, preparations for the the local agency for the famous Eastman .
A beautiful assortment of the new even hundred strong passed through George Washington. charged wjth the. primary. He and the other Kodaks, and now have them ID "Confectio e ie8.

,'., .' laces, Filet. Cluny Valenciennes etc. at Kissimmee on a special tralnTuesday murder of Eugene Gourlet another of the campaign committee .membe.r.1 I[ stock rapglng In prices from $2 to 12.

\, KATZ'S., morning\ bound for Tampa to spend negro,. In the M.BCOt.t.e. saloon on Polk untiring In their efforts to nee Buy .one and malts your own pictures. WKX5111" .
y, the day on their annual picnic and the provisions of the prlmarv' law a.
M4ftt Easle Bass of Orlando, spent and Pierce streets on the afternoon of .
'>'i thsslmmre t.hejl'uellt. outing.. They were joined here by 3 returned verdict of in were carried out to the letter. and they
Monday nljfbt.ln April a guilty Fine strain White Leghorn fowls, Line
of citizens who took advantage Canned
several our deserve the thanks of the entire Goods
J county ,
McCallis- .
Myrtle ,
and first and will
'Of Misses Evah!: degree, Washington
of the low rates to visit. the 'for t.belr..unfaJrlrlnjf intereit. '' males, $1.1301; females SI.00; eggs,
f. ter.. of South Florida. probably be sentenced to bang as no SI.00 for 13. Fowls four months old. ICigars'and Tobacco.
held atGoblet's metropolis ; recommendation. the of the A newspaper whose columns overflow i iKlllimmee. ,
A' fish fry and"picnic was mercy F. 0..B. .Ashton to parties not- In
!" cove across the. lake on The Fay Stocking for children and court was made by the. jury.-Tampa ,with advertisement of businessmen Kissimmee parties delivered : '

ey 4 Wednesday, which was attended by .i&dlea at Stanford Co. Tribune, May 13.-Kugene Gourley, says Dr. Ta Image, hal more Influence free. Large egg laying strain.

I' several of the. candidates. In publishing a list of the county the negro boy who warn murdered, was In attracting. : attention and Cash with. order. '
candidates who had qualified for the raised here, and a number ofyears building.up a city or town than any THE SHAKER COLONY.. Goods are All Fresh'and,
'I'{ Miss Josephine Broward, daughter pl'lmar-'Ilalt.( week the name of J. d. ago used to ,be employed to turn ,t.he. other agency that can be employed. 20-2t Ashton, FJ.. :

'of.Governor N. B. Broward, was the Stratton candidate for county commissioner printing preis in the Kissimmee people go 'where there 1* budnese. -------:'" v' Prices Low.
t' gue *>ftf the family of Hon. O. A, Carson 'from District. no 3, was inadvertently Valley office Capital and labor will locate where, A
"' .few days the past week. ommttted.. We take: there Is an ', Notice.
Stove wood delivered in tows attl.OO No power Is so strong to bund'up a
< Send your collars, cuffs and shirts pleasure In correcting! the error aod strand. Pursuant. to the authority vested In
'.& 'to the White Star Laundry The staling. that Mr. Stratton has met. all per 10-tf KJSSIMMEE LUMBER Co. town Ized. as Dr.a newspaper Talmage is properly in patron-sensea mot at the last rr.eetlag of the.. Demo ",. '.- .q - --.-,

Store will send for your pack the requirements. We reoublish the every cratic County Executive Committee '
iHome DR. E' 1 F: AKERS
man of discriminating taste and
.. ages if you will notify. them 47-tf list. Id this issue and give his name Our attention bas ]lust been calledto himself in choice and Incisive expressea I hereby call a meeting of said Committee , ,.

W.nted.--Good celery and truck special! prominence. the fact that Capt.. Clay Johnson i.a I. Knglisb His advice is good and to be held at the court house In DENTISTOHM f "
We knew this
P, grower to rent 41 acres of land, The Home Store will send and get. public benefactor. should receive a general application. Klstlminee at 10. o'clock, a.' m. on
but It occurred its to '
, ''tiled and Irrigated, on Paradise Is- your packages for the White Star mention it. The never speclbo act that to calls Sonford Chronicle Monday, May 25. 1900. for the purpose a over Orlando Bank and Trust
of canvassing the returns of the
;' For apply to F. VansU'Agnew. 47-tf
.viand. 20-"? Laundry. forth this. comment Is that he took the The follcwlng notice which' appeared Democratic primary and of..transacting .' Co.. Phone 73.

Mr. B. P. Robertson financial secretary trouble and time to ret together a In the Fort Mvers Press, 'will any other business 'that may Drown,.'Bridge and Porcelean work'av

: -, .Manager Robs Donegan,-of Deer of the Florida" Baptist. Eduroatlonal number of men and righted and reset give some Idea as to how the question come before,' the committee. I Specialty. i

?., Park: Stock'Farm,has recently pur- Commission was in. town one of the beautiful. large shade trees pf cattle'running at> large on the IV'M. MURPHY, Chairman'. NOTE-Those desiring iny >servlcee .
K chased from Henry Savage the 4HL"v yesterday la the Interest pf Columbia standing In toe street. near the Watson streets Is managed In' that town, 'I should'
.. brand of cattle, numbering about five. college the new B Institution at. place which was blown over and was, which I I. about the lame size a** KIsalrnmee make arrangment in ad-
'' "' the house. Heretofore and also located In a cattle ,Teachers' Examination. vanee.,
J hundred bead; Lake City. MrRobert..on'l.I Is highly leaning against: ,

>.V: 'Strayed.-One large 'cow', color pleased with the encouragement r .Iii shade trees which, have, been growing section: VAI1 persons owning . examination ORLANDO, FUA.. "
of 'for
blaotc and white spotted:>> with .black receiving In his work and states. that. blown) down In the. streets have been cattle withinthe town of Fort My teachers'An certificates will applicants", be held at --=- ,
f"I"'Reck,'butt head marked crop split endowment fund of '$260,000 ill allowed to stty. 'dbwD, nobody seeming ers are hereby notified that all dry r-
eattle. must be driven out of !town or the court house la the town of Kissimmee Tornado and wind storm Insurance
two underolte In one ear, swallow- being raised as rapidly as could be tfeel that. It was their' duty, to, ,
;fork Onderblt 10" the other. Any one expected; The amount subscribed stand them up again. Capt. JohnKon kept off the,streets, and all milk: cows City Fla., beginning 'a .B:30*' a. Motor and steamboat Insurance. ,

And Ing her will please notify. me and for this purpose up to date IsSIlO.OOO. has set an example which we hope every and calves must be kept off the street m.. Tuesday, June 2nd, 1008.. Appllo Stop paying rent,, build your .own
[ Twill them for their trouble. Five thousand of this amount' was citizen In Kiislmmee will feel It ut night, or they will be Impounded cant*-will bring' pens. Ink: and 'legal cottage, through' Jacksonville. Development ,
pay follow In similar and the Owners arrested.Oy. Order Of cap paper.. W, J. SEARS, Co Call on J, M.I Will.
V-.1': ,'.,'" E. D. Woo'rjoughmhn : donated by our !ellow-.townsman, his duty to cases ,
'-'. ., Flay ; Hon. C. A. Csrson.i hereafter., .. the Town Council. lfl-2t poD, Jr,

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.? : Youngest King in Europe Before Hallway giving Brldde'' .,bis to consent'Match the House.Great HORROR OF TilE DESERT. "

What is Pe-rl1.-naPa
Western" Railway to build a railway --r- --rl-, ;
bridge across a part of his propertya !

landowner stipulated that It, should. Deserts. ,, Mean General Unescapable.:
ka constructed of stone which should Death Grip on the World.

snatch that of which his house was' From Perrival T,iwcU'ii "Mars. and the Future it Catarrh Remedy or a Tonic
K r and should ('builtof three of tbo Earth in the Ontury a, ,

elliptical arches Tha bridge which Deserts already exist on the earth or Is it Both?

has been successfully completed despite and the nameless horror hat( attaches '
H the difficulty of construction, .is to tha word In the thoughts : Some people call Pcrona a great tonic. Others refer to Parana M a great '

t .,. the only one of Us kind In England of all who' have had experIence' catarrh remedy, : v *,e hs''

perhaps In the world.-Hallway Maga them; or are gifted with Imagination Which of those people are right! Is it more proper to call Penu\a a catarrh *"

sine. to conceive' "'is In truth, greater'than remedy than to call it .a tonic? .

ftFlVSp' we commonly suppose. For (h', cos. Oar.reply'U, that Peruna is both a tonic and a catarrh remedy. Indeed ithen

SCHOOL GARDENS;: IN TEXAS. mic circumstances about them whichis can be no effectual catarrh remedy that is not also a tonic.

Branch most terrible Is not that deserts In order to thoroughly relieve any case of catarrh, a remedy most not only k

t b Agricultural, of the Training' are, but that deserts have begun to hare specific action on the mucous membrane, affected by the catarrh bnt it;
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of Antonio Children. be. Not as local;, .
; San evllnble evils are R
the :
t r must have a general tonio on nervous system.
The school garden system of San they only "to be Illctured. 'but aa the, '
Catarrh, even in persons who are otherwise strong, i is a weakened condition'of ." ;
Antonio, Tex., lIon an established general inescapable death grip on -,
membrane.'' There most be something to strengthen the
some mucous
our world, For It Is. the
practical basis. It Is said that this beginning
to tone to the arteries and to ratad the vital forces.
circulation give ,
city has more gardens attacked to Its. qt the end. What depauperates the ,
schools than any place of Its sizela forests to grass lands, and thence to Pei-hapano vegetable remedy in the world has attracted so much attention

the world.. There are 949 of 'these ,,wanted mutt la turn attack the sea from medical writers .HYDRASTIS CAN ADENSIS. The wonderful efficacy.

cultivated plpts attached to the (won. bottoms when .tbey shall have parted of this herb has been recognized many years, and growing in its bold'j 4

ty-nine ]public; school's. The gardens .with their seas.: Last 'of the fertile upon the medical profession When joined with CUBEBS and COPAIBA a r
are In charge of school superintend spots upon the planet because of the trio of medical agents is formed kin Peruna which constitutes. specific remedy

r 1; s.r dents, but the 'work of planting, culIvafing !. salts th<* streams have for Ages for catarrh that in the present state of medical progress cannot be improved

'( and harvesting the products washed. down, and of the remnant of upon. This action, reinforced by such renowned tonics as COLLIN

of each' Is carried on >by the pupilsof moisture that would still drain Into SONIA CAHADENSIS, CORYTALI3 FORMOSA, and CEDBOJT SEED, oughtto

the school to which the garden, them, eventually they must share make this compound an ideal remedy For catarrh La"all its stages and locations
the fortune of their
predecessors and
belongs. The gradens from
vary one- in the body ,
the planet roll a parched orb
tenth to one-quarter of an acre. It Is space. The picture Is forbidding through ,From a theoretical standpoint, therefore, Peruna is beyond criticism. The .,..
estimated that the total acreage Is ; confirms' Numberless testimonials from )I
I but the fact seems one to which we use of Peruna, this opinion. every
'more than 100, or equal. to that of a furnish evidence that this is not
good sized 'farm. -constructively pledged and Info quarter of the earth ample judgment over

The boys of the schools take which we are In some sort already ad enthusiastic. When practical experience confirms a. well-grounded theory the

pride'In a ventured. result is a truth that cannot be shaken.
great tbelr' gardenl. The

i .teacher declare that since the gar. takes Girdling the earth with what it Manufactured by Peruna Drug Manufacturing Company, Columbus. Ohio. .
but little personification to .'
dens were established the
boys are
liken (to lio -
life-extinguishing/ ser
much more industrious In their studies pent's coils run two" desert belts of There' no tetter remedy for c6114 d'* lilt ')

that they learn more readily and country. The one follow, roughly than Nubian Tea. t
that they All show evidence l of material I Au
improvement in their health andphysical speaking the Tropic of Cancer' extending NUB A They all like it and it wont hurt the
northward from Il; the. other, ...
condition most delicate is harmful L i
the Tropic of Capricorn. Arizona feIn : .... Calomel -
Tho climate of it injures the delicate tissues.
San Antonio Is peculiarly the- northern bahd, as are the Sa ; :

adapted to the operation ofthe" hara Arabia and the deserts of Central TRY A BOTTLE Ask your cfea/ertor/ H
-- school garden systeni.rriie work

,--:--12tU't': '! ttrmS"fUJWl'1I1r.lI, I OP'/*PL > aAIr can be carried on during !practically Now Asia.these
the ,
;Lr Manuel, second son of the late King Carlos I, of Portugal, was born ) whole school term. Certain vegetables Inc. In the great desert of Northern lies even in a cold storage plantlicks' "And ,now ladies," concluded the .

November 15, 1889. He ascended the throne on February 1 of the present can be grown successfully Arizona the traveler, threading his lecturer on woman's rights! to hai

:rear .Immediately after theriaaa.lnatlon'of his, father and brother Ha during the fall and winter. The way. across!! a sagebrush!! and cacti! downtrodden sisters, "I am ready tc
t i, continues the dynasty- of-Drtganra, which date. from the end of the four spring gardens arm planted early In plain shut In by abrupt-sided shelvesof Whether] Capudlne Cures Nf'M' questions.

teenth century His mother' Queen Marla Amalla. wash French princess February and '(lie products are ma land rising here and there dome what not.tired It out i-eCrulM worried*. the ovcfn-orkwi bruin and, or answer"Would any you mind Ulllrg us," ventured to li

daughter of Philip, Duke of Orleans Count of Paris. The young King lavery tured and harvested by the time the hundred of feet higher suddenly nerv"" It'* Liquid and pleasant to take. fair auditor, "where

popular, and tins begun his'reign'' with evidences of a manly and school1 term ends in June. An enor. comes upon a petrified forest. lUc., 25c.! and 60c, at drug: store. got that one perfect love of a half"-Phil you I

progressive spirit.-American Review of Reviews.AN moue quantity of vegetables. la grown Trunks of trees In all stages' of ...\
The boys take such keen adelphla Ledger.; .4 :
a Interest In fracture strew the ground over aspace Promotion By Merit. ,

EASILY MADE MICROMETER.By fully noting while doing so the distance . the work that they give little time to some miles In extent. So( perfect A grlzled old colonel "who Is a veteran .I '

: that the end of the wire moves playing' < the games that usually con- are their forms, he Is almost of the Civil War and who (has Free Cure for Rh.ut'

Dr. Thomas It. Baker Rollins'. Col. over the scale. The part of a rotation sum a good part of the time of young minded to think the usual wasteful since seen hard active service in several : matlam, Bono .:

/ lege. Florid of the bolt, or the number of tutlents. There' much rivalry woodchopper has been by and left Indian campaigns, the Arctic regions I and Eozema

It often become necessary for the rotations with any additional parts of among the different- schools over- the the scattered products of his art In the Spanish War and the Philip I Bonnie Blood B.lm (III B.s.) eureiihe worM d ,
experimenter or practical worker to a rotation added, divided by the number garden littered confusion upon the scene of ,e.... of .ban t.sins! *"o1lntnaMlel
insurrection, died mot view with"pleasure .., .
pine had nlO br pufilyinf tbs bland.Thi 1
find the thickness of material so thin, of threads to the Inch, will be Text books agriculture now are his exploit. Only their beautiful the recent of >a a.nd.. o< r.... enr.d bB.. B B ."..
or Inconventlent to measure, that the the thickness of the object. Quite used In the public schools of San Antonio. color conveys a sense of strangenessto promotions ,I .II char .nl> laded. Price use per

,thickness cannot be found by means accurate .measurements may be made : The youth are given a basic the eye, and leaning down and younger and almost unknown officers drenlioI large bollla eor e.1 horns dins IrIelmSOt.tan. JLefle.vritlk' oomelele..plll
of foot-rule with this Instrument training I farming and touching them he finds that who were Jumped over his head. Strolling I fret "IF Blood Balm Co"Allanl, Ca '
t a or other common measuring and In the absence ty gardeningand they are wrhlnell/ ,"
device. A simple, fairly accurate of the expensive micrometer It are enabled to put their knowl: -stone. Chalcedony, not carbon! about his camp in the Philippines .

: and easily made apparatus of serves a very useful purpose. I have edge to practical use)lathe gardens Form has outlived substance and kept one day be came upon one of his of-

the micrometer form may be con used It !In the beginning classes In that are provided for them. EnergaLIo the resemblance, while the particles flers Candling a monkey I MADE FOR SERVICE :!! '

strutted as follows: : electricity for measuring the diameter boys, who become interested in of the original matter have .all been "Colonel," said the officer, "this Iethe 4

Get a common Iron or brass bolt of wire, for finding the numbersof the work do not confine their laborsto spirited away.' Yet so perfect Is the moat remarkable monkey-1 ever IN THE GUARANTEED ROUGHEST VEATHCR

.About one-fourth wires from reference the presentment, believe saw Why, ha can take a bolt and AND ABSOLUTELYWATERPROOF I.
; of an inch In diameter tables, and school garden but many of one can hardly I,
and :about two and one-half '>$( making various other measure them have converted unsightly< backyards the fact, and where one fallen giant go through the manual of arms almost \ "!' \ ]:

l' inches long, with as fine a thread as ments.-From the Scientific AmerIca and vacant lots at their homes spans a little canon, one almost\ ; as well as one of the soldiers." I i '\ "

_ '!possible, and the thread cut to within .. 'r'r Into cultivated plots. thinks to hear the sound of water "Shl" exolahqed the Colonel glancIng '| \\ \., 1 f 1

>a\ abort distance of the> bead of'the rushing down the creek. about la great/ alarm "Don't tell :, v JII: JRNl' J I ITHU
fcolt. bolfwlth'' a cut In the head LAw and Hoosler Justice. Th. Bardlass Man. IIut it Is some millions of years anybody. Suppose the War Depart. POMMEL
'for a screw-driver should be used. and more since this catastrophe befell meat heard of it! They'd make hima I :-.. SLICKERS L '
There Is
Speaking of the of a so-called "emooth-shav-
** Iamp.together two blocks' of wood perversity country en" millionaire New and the torrent, uprooting It, left brtgadler-generalI"! P&Iladalphla s
In York
"squires" State Senator :who
John S.FJ.her .
With! square corners about one Inch prone, with limbs outstretched In futile Ledger., t '
chairman a razor on his Xaice. Twen-
of the Pennsylvania n.verheed trademark
Wide" three-fourths of 'an Inch thick grasp upon the other aide. A
.. Capitol Investigation Commission ty-flva years ago he '.... a monoma ;' ,, and the word
; ,
i e ;4;
and two and one-half inches long conifer It was, cousin only to Inch'ai' ; .r. 'i I 4sr
told this story recently:: ; '', also on'tha subject of saving time, grow to-day, and flourished probably ,( (/ ,,:;:I4IS TWO ,. S4.WJJV,: dlstuv*

:; ;:.'We.have one old codger'out in In.: and among other short cuts to for In the Cretaceous era: for"theland {4 i!,,.'What 'do you thlnkYyoungjChuimp-

dlana County.'wntj."' fears neither, law- tune'' made up 'the mind to cut put has not been under water here 'since ley!weighs.'{,>: l'fol! : '1' '\. \ 'griodehdttkeerfni. ,,

yer or court Not long ago' Dick W11-, having, a matter of 16 cents a day the advent of Tertiary times. "About 200 pounds on'.the; scales v / I KheJustasooodMsrr.s !

son' had ,a 'case .before the' 'squire,* and about twenty minutes of precious Nowhere 'near It, except for the and about ten ounces In the community.Cleveland ... ,.-..'!.'..-..yl....... bron
and knowing his man be..went to the tins' If the barber made good. rare cottonwoods along the banks of : Leader.

office fortified with a' dozen or. more After a trial of various cosmetics and the Little Colorado, grows, anything .
Supreme Court decisions. depilatories he decided that electroly-
to-day. land which
once1 supported ECZEMA CVRBD. COFFEE
I 'lJson argued his case, cited several sic was far better, though a, very these forests is incompetentto J. R. Maxwell Atlanta. OB., sarit "I FOR

opinions and finally remarked: tedious, -process. In five months the do so now. Yet nothing has tufferad agony with a sever Due of ecae. GREEN PEOPLE
.' 'SquIre I have here some decisions by foot of every haIr In (both beard and changed there since except the decreasing ma. Tried six different remedies sad was I '

I the Supreme Court of Pennsylvaniawhich moustache was utterly destroyed byan Jn despair, when a neighbor told me to try i rr.wERtJOlD Taw ...
i I shall read.' electric current from constant water supply. Qurlng' Ter- hhnptrlne'i TaTT...... After using S3 I ... Pr......., b.rl.c ......1............... \ ,
a tiary and Quarternar.y time the rainfall worth of your TBTTBBINS and soap I am I *..>. ..* r....... It , .'.pIJr
"Wilson.finished one decision when fcattary. The man suffered considerably has been growing less and less. completely oured. I oannot say too mash IB", ,h.e.a.,_....rr I* SK1CMS.:.: .. .....aelr. a.d
J. the Justice Interrupted saying: but aver s4nce the operation Proof of this is offered the It. prate" TBTTBBIHB at druggist or br l : y. .r.T..T. '
by "
great fay;:=: :: lIJZIANNE COffEf
'Air. Wilson I reckon hlsi n\all BOo. Soap 26o. J. T. BMUVTBIHB, parr :r.;
I you've read face baa been as smooth as a bald
pine oasis that the plateau . .
caps of l>epi. A. Savannah, ., reacted and .east tv* k Im It -
. enough. Those Supreme Court decisions ':head. No power on Dearth could re- which these petrified forests form a II.... _0. BOLD JCVKHVWMCKB.LUZIANNEJ .

., A Iiome, -MadA. MIcrometer are alJ'rlgh t so far as they go, tore his beard now. -New York part, and Is kerneled by the San mmmm mmm m mmmmmmmmmm mmmmmmmmmm j
but If the Supreme Court has not already Press Francisco peaks The height above All women are consistent, but the |j

.with: their narrower faces In contact reversed Itself I have no' doubt sea level of-the spot where the chal- maJority' of them refuse to work at

(the width: of.the clamped blocks be- that It will do'so la the near future. IIHIl CONSIDERATION. cedony trunks are strewn is about n:. TilE UEILY-TAYLOR COMPANY-
Inc two Inches), and bore a on>>>- Judgment is therefore NEW ORLEAnS! V. SI. A. ,
against Mistress-"Bridget, I hope you're not 2COO feet; the lower present limit r
fourth Inch hole through the centre your client/ '-' Philadelphia) PubUc.Ledi'er. thinking at all' of leaving me. 1 of the pine In its full development is ( GOOD-BYE TO COURTS.

of. the blocks in the twe-Inch dIrection .. should 'be very lonesome\ without 6500 feet. Two thousand feet .upward You can say good-bye to your corns, buni DO YOU WAN$5.OOE'aD ,

Now remove the clamp, and let you." the verdure line has retreated Ion and sore, callous spots when, you get
the(nut of the bolt into one of the ACST1U.VS 11 El 1C. ...OT.'. SLIT INDIAN ooBii PAINT, the cur
Ma.ld-"Falth,and it's not lonely ye'llbe since the former forests And
block so that its holo will be con were. quick, permanent our*. It cures the paln- Y?
Mort-JIke; I'll go whin there's a this is no local alteration, for ,
tinuous ?with the hole In the wood, upon ul, soft corns as wall ai the bard ones and
then glue' the blocks together with a houseful o company for luncheon or the other side of the plateau petrified femo,.... wart. 25o. at drugglsU'or by mall I

,the ;;nut between ,them. Out out a x dinner."-Llpplncott,1. *. found.remains of trees are similarly from THB ABBOTT Co., Savannah Oa. 1 1I CAN BE EASILY MADE SELLING OUR;. '
ti, Ar IT
; piece from .the Mock .combination. I
perpetual has shaped somewhat like atenchi CHANGE IN FOOD green Anyway, the obese female .who has I
risen because In desert regions the .
and 'glue the bottoms of the Works Wonders to Health outgrown the corset habit looks com
legs.! to a piece of thin board .abouttwoand ; moisture la found most plentiful nearest -
to the clouds from which it falls ,
; one-halt Iflches square for a It Is worth knowing that change
a parching earth. Streams In-
upon ,
support. Bolder end of stiff
a In food can cure dyspepsia. "I deemIt
:;"wire about two Inches long to the my duty to let knpw how stead of gathering volume as they To Drive Oat Malaria and Build Up |
ti you go, are the largest near their source the System I
head of tbe bolt at right angles to fJVO"[ '
Grape-Nuts food has cured me of Indl-
the shaft, and fix a disk of heavy h Y M1t'a'i gestion. and grow leas and less with each Tale- tbe Old Standard Oaovx'a: TA.STB-!!; I| io1 ft. ''
pasteboard'with a radius equal to the fresh mile of flow. The brooks descendIng Lass: CHILI.TO IO. You know what you I GAK 5 _ ,
"I had been troubled with It for The formula in etean.cutCalre Tin.
from are taking. plainly printed Perfection Tin"lIIa'for
the Anti-Lebanon, in a
length of the *lre, and with Jls"clr'cumference' J years, until last year my doctor recommended on every bottle, showing it is simply Quinine Roui n,Wonder Beaten,Cookpn,I'OBChon, ;tt
graduated Into equal SyrIa, water the gardens of Damascus and Iron in a tantulens form and the and tiunrirerls of other usoful. and laborMrlpR .
Orape-Nutstogd to be used !! and, thence, issuing; the moot effectual form. For arliolca. All Roodi tueranteede'Wrfteforparticular. '
ppaces to upon grows people
serve }n measuring revolution .. 111 ,. '
regmrrtlnn out toda
every morning. I followed Instructions ,1,
and parts of revolutions of the wt and plain, lose themselves Just beyon'd the and children-; 60o. j Starts builneaaof yourowa and make liirnprofit .r
I well.
now am entirely la an manner. M'a want Awaitontln -
threshold of er
end/o/ { the wire, to the. top of the tj "The whole family like Grape-Nuts, its gates. So in the It Isn't pleasant to fall in with peapie ercry toirn. WrltebetoreaomeoOe t

juench; put the boltIn, the hole, scrawling wr'r we use four packages a week. Yon Arizona desert, though in a less degree who are always out. geu ahead ol you 'k
: It through the nut and the rw ; and those who live there knowit We are the oldurt end beet-kh own Teams.
con are welcome to this testimonial .....
use as but too well. factoring oanraxaina home In th. .DLrJ..
Btruotlon Is complete. you see fit." LITTLE BOY KEPT SCRATCHING. I We refer you to anjr.bcnk, Slip..... company .
,' The'base Is Improved for the measuring The this or commercial agency a. to out su
reason lady was helped by responsibility.
work by gluing to .the central ccema: lasted '7 Years-Face was All
the use of Grape-Nuts food Is that It Felicitous. 1
55 ,section of it, covering the place where J\aw Skin Specialist Failed' HOUSEHOLD WORKS
predigested by natural NOVELTY ,
the end ef the bolt meets It processes A New England man, who Hatters But Cutlcnra Effected Cure.
a small 30-100 .
and therefore does not tax the stomach Tecunueh SL, BUFFALO. N. Y.The
'piece of stiff metal; a1'1d'lt is con- himself upon his aptness in saying "When my little boy was six weeks old
jvenlent to- have the graduated disk as the food she had been using; the proper thing at the proper time, sn eruption broke out on has face I took

Capable of rotating, so that. It. sero It also contains the elements requiredfor recently revisited his old home in him to a doctor but has face kept on Bet .
building up the nervous system.It Vermont ting worse until it got so bad that no one
whither he has
(line may.. be made to' colQclde with the that part of the human body Is In not gone in could look at, him.. Hi whole face was one

r ;Wire, : , --1'-' perfect working order there can be ,ten years or more. crust and must hare been very painful. 11* THEbUTO1OYPAINTER
Find'the number of threads -of the Among those he met during the scratched and t"q
ARCHDUKE 'JmANZ'' F FEKDltNAND no dyspepsia, for nervous energy rep- day night until has face was
screw to the Inchby,, placing the bolt resents the steam thai-drives the first day of his visit wan a coquettish raw 'on a \onaasurlng rule, and counting ',OPAVSTRIA, ANDFAMILY gine. en- spinster, who, with simper.. said: specialist in skin disease. but they could

thread an'lnch "I'm Miss Mulllns. You don't not do much for him. The enema ..
the In or half an inch , ; When the nervous ia rue remember got this
,( of its length? The bolt In making one The Oldest of, Professions.An down system me,.of course." arm and legs and we could not get a ,bN0'onPUREWHITELEAD r tIT
'revolution will .descend a distance .old': friend .of the family had the machinery" of .the /bodyworks' c"n member )'oul"! exclaimed! the night's sleep in month I got a sot of is roue
badly. food
Grape-Nuts ,,can Cutlcura named i. and he felt relieved the
equal thei.distance' between" the dropped :jn to. see a1 young lawyer be used by smallcbildren: as well asi New :England. gallant. "As if I couldhelp' first Urn 1 used them. '''I gave the CuU- ,

threads., whose .father "was still..paying his adults.. It'"Is perfectly,.cdoked 'and ;. doing 'so. Miss Mulllns! Why, curs Remedies a good trial sad gradually PaAOe ar ,, :

rs; rTb'.oM; the apparatus, put ,the'bbJect ,office rent.: v >.( 'ready for Instant use',, ;. you are" one of the landmarks of tbY "the eczema healed all upi' He is now .....n. +c .

\,whose thickness Is' 16 b. md as- -''So you ,are 'now practicing law," Read '.The Road to Wellvllle.", Inkgs. J town; -Harpar.'a-!, : Weekly.v. 'yean.old and ,..I ,think"tha trouble will Olb DUTtM

k" .... ffiH-ed. b.base under the bolt, and the old friend said, genially '> "There's a Reason." '''never return. "Mrs..John 0. Klumpp, 80 Lao c ;

}, i ffccrew the bolt down until Its end Just ,"No.-, sir.". said the candid youth. Of the"seventeen Church Missionary ", Niagara 6tNewark. N. J, Oct. 17 and
"' Ever read the above letterT A new '
a, jtouches the obJect; then remove the "I appear. to be, but. I am really. practicing one from time; to time.- They'' Society.clergynylbn In Punjab In-: 22,, 1007. ( (At2a'o8) , 1 r
Abject; and screw the bolt down ..:.;.. appe.s
until economy. Youth's Companion. rdla; eleven originally Mohammedan
are true and fall of h onutsi were Nature nut love a, Joke-JudJtnl
Ma end*Jost,touches, the base.earet* '' n
., ; .' ',l"!. : e, '/ ,later!.(. '//(I' *. .. ,from the: funny people *re. ,,= wThOWPsoa'sEyeW.' '"
:;; os4\ . .J'N .' ,
.. io'
., ,: l 'rt\r'Y.\"I:' \ I1tt7'f':t! ',r6' 7'vim ii :a ,arts :; I oy'1 ;. p ,nary, ...' 1", 1;" ',]..,. ,).;;,;, -:- \\ .,' meet'J 1'" :'1 J 11
er J A J :f( : ..,, .,_' , ... ..... \ "":*',"I\o" I'" ... .. ) .' , > 'J \ '

._ i
directly from the Lord the other me I ; Iceland .Want' to Oo It Atone,
PUEPIT A TREK'ON Trtfih andQuatitjr" '
,, 1 '
: :
j .. diately through other' souls. We -, / Autonomy'for Iceland is again be-1

: know low thought and feeling, are eomla a. prominent topic between that
'A comnunlcated to us by means of what It I Ie the .Last'of Grove of Pour' en \
Island and Denmark. the Irelaadfers
tJ, AN ELOQUENT! SUNDAY SERMON! BY enter the mind through the senses-" the Same Perch.! That I 31

. THE.REV.JOHN, d. ACER that ts, by, mean of.'a'd. I ) ,ardently tone' for the' -Itids1.pendent "
t" visible and tangible objects and we tot thel,' own af-V "
; management ;
acknowledge that 'such thought and A tree growing; on the top-of the appeal to the WeU-lbformed 'in every fair has lonf. teen, 'known and, the '

Theme: Casting Out ,Evil Spirits., teeling.'are- communicated; and not, 110 toot tower of the court; bows at walk of life and are essential to permanentsuccess recent visit. pa 4 by the:members of T i'w i'-

self-derived. So there Is- no 'move.meat Qreenaburg, Ind., Is a curiosity which\ and crrdi'table standing /.ccar- their Ijeglslature\to 'Copenhagen has a.
,'. of the human mind that Is not ,
Is said by a'writer la St. Nicholas to ,
the question ,
pushed once wore promt-
;' a product ot an Inflow of thought or ingly, it ii not claimed that Syrup of Figs
; no1 clupllcate'In the world.
Brooklyn have
a N. Y.-In the Church of nently to the front Jc6tancl'l'claim
t K.'1 the New Jerusalem (Swedenborglan). feeling partition from and other reception minds ot This thought lmt There were formerly four trees but and Elixlrbf Senna !ta the only remedy of Is for an organic Instrument between ,
I i' the pastor the Rev. John Curtis Ager. and feeling we are wholly unconscious when the court house was remod lht'l ,known value, but One of many reason the two States., under which the, common 'r

35 <; (g I lag preached Out: Evil Sunday Spirits morning" a sermon on "Cast-suggested of; but It Is the only explanation la 1187 the largest tree then ,about I why It U the best of personal sovereign would assume the'tyle

s,1:: by the Emmanuel Movement of many mental phenomena.All fifteen feet high _.. removed aa Its laxative !I. the fact ($that it cleanses, of King ot Denmark and 'Ice-

The 'text was from Matthew 101: this may sound like mere speculation aile'WAI thought to render the tow'trunsafe. I relieves internal land The la d\tormu1& Is U'' follows tS. I
; but It Is, In fact only a sweetens and the organ vassal
?An way ; which it seta. without debilitatingafter It 1
on any
and gave them authorityover that 'everything Two others on the south side per- \ Vlth freedom to I
good and true in human Denmark, tout man.
II unclean spirits to cast them outs'Mrl Intense heat. The effect and without having Increase
life is from the Lord and everything 'lahed from the age our own, d \1..*."-Londoa, Globe, t 1'
+ : Ager said: evil and false is of the devil tree left Ji found at the northwest the quantity from time. to time. I

., Tile Lord's twelve disciples were and from the devil. This truth, theChrl.U.n 'corner of- the tower where the reflection siekl'
: exceptions! disciples only In the sense It acts.ptcaaantly and naturally and L ..CKY', This 'woman oars that
church has '
: always of'th. Is
tIthat ( were types of representatives recognized of the beat tower i "I alwayswasMncky," said SaunterIng women should not fall to try
they .
and its.
as a matter ot doctrine. But to where truly a* a laxative' component
not Intense'as at the point '
That. Is the so
of dlsclpleshlp. 81m. \ Lydia K. PlnkhamM Vegetable
hold It
merely doctrine Is not !
as a J
:- duties and' and prlvl- the' died. parts are known to and approved by did.' "
: ? powers sufficient. It Is a primary and fundamental wogthlrs; "I don't see," replied Ruffled Rube Compound* aba ,

; v leges-which the Lord conferred .upon principle ot right living and As there Is a grove of soft maples I physician, a* it i i. free from all obJectionable j "how you can ray dat. Here you are, Mrs.A. Gregory, of 2365 CavrrenceBt .

': symbols these twelve ot the men spiritual were divine duties type.and 01'J we can never make much progress In growing in the court, house )yard the I ubtance. To sT* 'its beneficial all run down sick wit de ague, andnotj , Denver, Col, writes, to Mrs.,

right living until the mind has gainedso grove on the- tower Is. supposed' to : meal' Pinkhara '
know where
power. and privileges that are conferred effect! always purchase the ,genuine-1- ;your next; t
clear and firm a recognition oC this have been started by the wind blow'lug 1 was practically kn Invalid for six,
all true disciples of theLord. cotuln. from. > ;
So Ibis power or authority truth as will enable It. to shape and the winged maple seeds In to the manufactured. by the California Fig SyrupCo. j "Dot's wot I tell It's just'plain ears, on account of female tremble. ,, "
determine all our thinking and feel the and for sale by.all leading drug- you 1 underwent an operation by the '
In only
unclean spirits to cast them out crevices where catching root i good luck. Wet It I was healthy
levery ing about all our experiences with,
months tivrao
doctor's advice bat In a tew
{ true disciple'of. Lord watered the
poeeessea ot dust and by
evil and falsity and 'wltb 'good and sediments gists. i and had a big appetlt.T'-CbJ. worse than before.' A friend advised -
In the of his
measure truth. For so long as we regard the .rain they sprouted Record-Herald.
cage E. Plnkbam'e Vegetable
ship, that Is, In the measure In which ; Lydia d
be has come Into the true order' of right thoughts; acid feelings that are The treei were first noticed .prout'l While the Belgian electric street \j Compound and it restored me to perfect

his life. stirred In us as our.own. as purely, ing' more than thirty years railway lines'In Tlen-Taln. China do I FITSRtXitu.'DaneeNervow Disease permaaenttycnred health'such as I have not enjoyed la

truth lies the .self-derived we simply make of them A recent examination of the tower not much: the ChI1.l..e are by Dr. Kitties Great Nerve maD years.. Any woman mailer ag u
This great at foundation valued possessions ot our selflife.and as yet pay ( Restorer *3 trial bottle and treatise free, :J/
of certain' lines of thought; that so long aa we regard the shows no damage done by the spread riding on the earl In ever increasIng Dr. U. R. Kline LdL.I 3t Arch Bt..PhiUu, Pa. 1 did with' backache, bearlDar-d
wrens n.shoaldnotfal\
arQ attracting much attention at the thoughts and feelings that aro stirred ins growth of the roots The numbers, and in.. 4 few years the j pain,and periodic >. ;j-1 y
I.ft; present time. These concern themselves tree Is about fifteen feet In height handsome. Be up and doing J If you would not to use Lydia E.ham's.Vegetable'
In to make "
us as our own we ,can never rid company expect \* V
wN mainly with man's deliverance ourselves of them.' .and three ;'lnohes In diameter.. It be down and done. Compound.

t .. from physical evils, or diseases, with"only Thus what"we find ourselves deal- Was found that .tbe tr ees were nourIshed -' profits. "'"" i I Capndlne Cures FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN..

G';'l fact that an obscure physical recognition evils are mainly of the jug .wltb In all.-our> experience with ( by a layer of growth; a few- feet ileafncM Cannot t.beyoaaaotl"HoOla Da Cared I llclrhinf, Sour Stomach Indigestion, and Heartburn Pains, For thirty yearn Lydia

.4. the effects or results of spiritual evils. wrong thoughts and.fceltnCI Is other below where the roots :emer.e.A .. >.[yiocalappbestions as 1*only one from whatever cauM. Its Liquid.; Effects ham's' Vegetable' Compound, made
; I
a 1', But the next step that, the spiritual personalities., Whether they are living; large crack on'the0 south side of war Secure deafness and that U by ootuUtadmul immediately. Doctors prescribe it. hoc. from roots and herb,baa been the,
in,this world';or, the-spiritual*world 2So.f and 80e., at drug stares. '
; ,
':' evils that beset ,us are caused by our we do not know and it makes the towet where one of the trees- was' remedies.I Deafness caused bya standard remedy for female; ins

? affiliation with evil spirits l. as these difference. They, are unclean. spirits no removed Is noticeable from, the darned In* JIcu'-hiaD condition Tube.of the WhenthiitubeUinjflamed moobua lining of I,I I Some people" are tea polite, -, to and baa positively cured thousands of

A'1::'('" 'words plainly imply. Is regarded as Incarnate' or dlscarnate, trying to Imp grouod.: Because of the lone, tree j .:vou ha,ve rambling sound or imperfect themselves. women who have been troubled with'

') .fan absurd superstition. pose their life upon u. So far as we Oreensburg is sometimes known as I hearing and when it 1* entirely clewedDftitnee displacement arpmatlmlt.ulO8n.- IJ
'. j, For modern Chrlstjan thought permit them to' worktheir/ will In *is th*remit and unload the inflammation Mrs.WlnslowlsSoothing!! 8yrnpfor: ChildrentMthlng.Boftens tion fibroid tumors, irregulariUea.periodic .
gives the least possible space and consideration the "Lone Tree City. eaa be taken oat and Ibis tube restored thejroms,reduced nflamnuu ,
us they will go on sll ring in us backache that bear..,
ft" to the supernatural. It has all' up to Its normal oonditioa, hearing will Lion,allay patn.cnrea wind colic,.iMca bottle pains, '
sorts l of false thinking and evil ..
. ,. never found any place In Its thinking THE 'MODBRN WAY. |> M ine*ent of ten ing-down feeling flatulency: ,indices*
feeling. But so far as We are striving .
-t !fgj- for an actual spiritual world which lethe ; Host-"Have you'seen the wedding crwoaoswdbycaterrh,which is nothingbntan A BARREL FULL. tiondinincBa or nervous prostration.. ;
fhr to disciples of the Lord He .
inflamed condition of the cortacee.
endless abode of all who have gives us authority over them to cast gifts old man?" 1 I .W. wiUsHve One Hundred mnoon DolUmforan I -""If'' an empty barrel .weighs ten Why don't you try it TMrs. 'J

," passed.out of this world through the them out.Letvus Quest-"No. not yet.*.. I I ea eofX>e .{neMe n* dbyc tarrh>thaeq.notbe I pounds what can you fill It with to Pinkham invites all sick
gate of death. It has even Jess respect B.'a )atJUThtAire. Bead for tt"wetcb pounds?" svdiicexe
note the exact meaning of wait I'll get one curedb1 make seven women to write her for
for the Idea that those who have "Well, a roement.) rlrcnlars free. 'F.J.CBBRCT*(h .,TnledoU.\ "
.{ these words "He called unto Him His "Have to give It.loP.. She has guided thousands) to
detectives to escort
passed out of this world wheverer twelve' disciples and them ot you Hold bv Dru gi.ta, TSc. Sacred health. Address Lynn ..... _
f they may be, have any vital connection gave authority through."-Life.HO I Take Hall'*Family Pill for constipation. nn; Itfull .of 'holes/ -The- y
.. over unclean spirits to cast He'art,'Revltw. .
with our experiences here. .
them out. *-, RHEUMATISM t SAL-TORA

This attitude of mind Is most plainly From. these words we may be assured NEED TO CUT CORNS. The New York tunnel system as The Wonderful) Beaedjr.Seat Free.A.....: ,
out of with the
harmony apparent in the first them with ABBOTT' EAST mBII -
that this Just paint
authority \ planned looks to facilitation oit lb.eommeroe EPILELPSYTRIAL ITS .. l-hll rra.wprt
.teaching of the Gospels which every- a : JIll.' SMITH CHEMICAL OO MM Msrkst. *,
over unclean spirits to cast COBS riTt following direction oath x
where take for the existence of the world remark the
them out Is bestowed the Lord and have
bottle you'll no more corns. ER
of spiritual beings good and evil Boston "Poet. Let us hope It will'' r tee w.w tnm ntm. Vklllu: BldtMM M !Aedw.wKwi! \ t. i =
only uponHis disciples. Therefore It nrs hard corns on top of the toe*, soft .r._.w ha..ChlUrt*.. i..r, ml
I who hold most Intimate relations to If we wish to this prove I IU I promise. .... ,... .1..r.-r..w...
, possess power over oorns between then bunion or sore, cal- N.w ,
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(!' (._ men on the earth. So this aspect ofn' the Infernal Influences that are stirring '- lou spot' on the feet without cutting burning L I .ID...._...__ ...... and A.. ,-' .'.._I..J.
< ; the Gospel'teaching Is something that .,. .., ,, .
; tee > _
up wrong thoughts and feelingsIn S5o. at drugstores iii :Drs::: tt- "
,t needs to be explained away and the or leaving any soreness. Railways are Issuing orders against anal.. - , tJ: .w 1 ..
must be of
I uswe disciples the ; :
mall from Tea ABBOT Co..
ti attempts to do this are numerous and Lord. A disciple la-a learner and a or by i profanity among<< employee. If passengers EPILEPTICIDCCURLOseWIrwwaroea ", "t. ." ''rr. .It_ ,
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\ various dav.nnahGe. .., \ : :: ::" ., .-wtl.
disciple of the Lord Is one who wishesto can control their tempers, ... o1aw. _.. :.
: :
e :: tr.a..tpIss.
To the new church on the other I ip_i.i.Irp1naa,4 14 '1. " '
learn from the Lord. < rat<[ '"
hand this Is a vital truth both as a Calling; Ills disciples unto Him the Most of our joys, as well as most suggest; the Washington Star the ralVway .....m eve..., w..Lob..1 -.$ rr w.-,

fundamental 'philosophical principleand Lord gave them this power The Lord of our sorrows are'due to ignorance. I men surely ov.ght to. V. L L, Ml .*.! tow.. S>.set.DON'T. MAIle..s> ee....., '''.+wa..rwb.av.\ ij

as a practical doctrine.A calls to us In every truth about right -

century and a half ago Sweden- living that we give: heed to; and we
t borg set' forth with great fullness a listen to Ills call whenever we accept 1-

., truth that recent philosophy has been any truth as His truth add therefore, r -- "5 :. .

i, making a good deal of, the truth of as the true wisdom of life. This desire .

the solidarity of the human race. for the true wisdom df life and

Yt .s. '-r., 'Protestant theology rested on pure In- willingness to accept It in place of our '
J4 } I ".,Tdlvlduallsm./ But the truth that humanity own wisdom Is what opens the mind IT WILL PAY YOU TOin

<. as a whole Is a. one, a vital for the true wisdom of life to flow in; ;
and organic entity has now come to .
and thls>wlsdom Is all power or authority : .

be clearly seen and its significance over evil 'spirits. For no evil : .....". "
t\ "' '-> recognised. Most thinkers however or falsity can exist In the presence of '
confine this truth to the present population Divine wisdom Just. effectuallyaslight :

of this- earth.. while Sweden- dissipates darkness does truth Advertise$ Th"P': !

borg makes It Include all humanity dissipate falsity and falsity Ic evil' apBr. 4r

the population of all world., incldding sole defense. The hold that anything .

'f" the spiritual world. He teaches has upon our life Is determined: solely .... .

r :,,furthermore, that this universal or- by the way we think about (tt and feel '. .
r eanisni Is In the human form that is.Is about It. The truths we profess to ', ' "

, a human organism, as all It. parts believe are so Ineffective In ridding us t

and constituents ar4In\ this-orggn. of our evils simply because of our obscure t '- '
ism each Individual soul h.. its place and indefinite -" I Itrt I"" .a
conception of ,' .ii- nr-'r., A M V- 4" .
and function like the cells and fibres e .
'' them. and our loose and feeble hold .
, of the human body; each one vitallyt
upon them. Our prime.need therefore Our worries i would be'few'-It it Bargain day rushes break more' bills;
t related to every other. But white.

is true that no Individual soul'' or truth, ;is that clearer Is, clearer conceptions conceptions of the ot wasn't for !the things. that never hap-, than bon... . (

spirit could exist if cut off from '
everyother the right way of looking at all the Issues pen.

' soul Is soul or spirit, yet every human with and experiences of life and of the Ask Yomr nle1.r For All.'. r.ot-K.... AT A CRTTIOAITTMR..
a' separate individual
o, rlght wayto feel' about them. The A powder. It rests the tNt."ure8 Coras, -
tier fitnplete capability of determining unclean Women Are Likely to Suffer WithDangerous 4"
: power or authority over spirits ,8onHotOalloua AchingSweating
jVThe character of Its life for itself.
that the Lord bestows Disorders.Mrs. .
upon us Is Feet aad Ingrowing NanA1leo'* Ktdntey
Another doctrine to which Sweden- '
theauthorlty of law over disorder of yoot-Eemskenewortlghthomeaiy.At ,
borg gives a unique Importance Is the John Kirk, R F. D. No. S, De
right over wrong, of truth over falsity. -, all Druggists and Shoe atone,46 ceht. Ac- ..
I' .doctrine of Influx. of light over darkness. All this is .ub titnte. ffemple mailed FKIC. troit. 21lch.? says; "Five"ico at. :
Every Individual soul in its true Address Allen 8. Olrosted. LeBoy. N. Y. I
the of a critical time of life ,
power right thought and right a'
11 ( stretch year' hos Jnto contonsiltr.
order is a finite Image pf the Infinite,
purpose. This authority no evil spiritor I was on the Verge of ., !:
and Is therefore made up of numberless And the fool with money to burn N your feet: Wear boM that fit your
evil Influence can withstand. WithIt i a collapse with kidney ,'Me. PKRBtCMKK shoe fit from the start, beauty. I
functions and powers,and parts, can may drive an ash cart In after years. we make them '
we effectually cast out even the troubles, back- on a scUntlflo principle of foot *troetore. -
from highest to lowest. Into this I ( Ljok for the II beL II
most Insidious Invasions ot evil yon donotflndtbeeho**
.. upon ECZEMA 1. VICARS.UN. ache dlzslness puffy .
complex organism the dl..lnelIfe /flows.lriVan
our life. tedlly write 118 for!directions how to secure th_'
unceasing stream. Modern Thorn Tbompeoaor CI.rla..mAt dropsy swellings; and
Such the
). psychology teaches that our consciousness Is authority over unclean G... writes under date of April I f I urinary Irregularities.

covers only a part of this spirits that the Lord bestows upon. all suffered 18 years with tormenting eescma; I lost flesh, and felt J
disciples. The only condition necessary doctor to but nott">
'; bad tbo1 best>> precoribe; II
tfi : mental organism the part that lies to receiving It is to be a discipleof lag did me any< !good until I got TETTBIII: I 11 .languid nervous ort
: next to our bodily sensations, and the Lord. The twelve disciples did i It aured u*. I am so thaakNL"Thousands unstrung all the time. I One t trial I will, convinceybu'lhalr1 '

t therefore the lowest or outermost not ask for this authority, It was a I of others CaD entity to' similar ,I,I As my doctor did not help me, I began ,
part. And as consciousness Is an es- TBTTSBIKS 1 Ie sold< by dnfgltt or I '
token and the chief enree. : .
4 token of disclplesuip.
.v seutlal element of all choices and da- enl by mall for Mo. by J. T. *.H.T.IJI., i i i using Doan's Kidney Pills. In a "
'Vterminations If we' do not possess this A Bata nah. Qa. f f few weeks all these symptoms left
and It is by choices and it Is because Ppt. '' |,'
h power we are not disciples I ,!'me.
I now weigh 163 pounds and
determinations that character Is determined .
and the only way to get it Is to Some people are purse-proud 'be. -
( so It is only this lower or become feel In excellent health. '
a disciple. And Sloa.ns'
outer conscious region of our life Into disciple is simply learning becoming bow to a cause they haven't anything else to Sold by all\ dealers. 60 cents'a bilE.F08ter : I ILhtintertt"

.which spiritual disorder. or evil can think In the right way and to feel in be l proud of. l1burn Co., Buffalo N. Y. '

r u. enter. the right way about all the experienced ,
i All these regions: of the human of life even the most trivial Garfield Tea* of particular benefit to When a woman has no one to talk
';' soul from 'highest to lowest' are those subject to rheumatism and gout I It
and compelling ourselves to think and ,i I to she writes a letter. .
the blood cleanses the and .
: ? merely organic vessels or receptivi to feel always in that way and to purifies system I I I will relieve soreness and
eradicate disease. Drink before retiring. ,
,1 ties and are living only by 'VIrtue of bring all our words and all our acts People Tell Each Other About Good v ;

'r) ', the unceasing Inflow of life Into them. into harmony with that thinking and I Things. stiffness quicker and easier t'

Into the highest or Inmost region: of feeling. This Is the disciple state of Hint for Huabands. I Twelve year ago few people la the world than any other preparation t ,,3-i:

ttje.soxil the divine life flows directly mind and the way-of life. All that Is Men !should take women avs they I knew of such preparation a. a Powder I, sold for that

? frofit the Lord. This region lies necessary to gain It Is to'see that\ thisis are- and not expect them to be an 1 for the Feet. Today after the genuine purpose y

--above or within all human and angelic the chief business of our life III this gel. If a man truly loves a woman i I merit of Allen' >'oot-Ee hu been told I It penetrates to the bone. ,

', consciousness, and forms the world and to give to It tho'dally he ought not to complain of her fern- (i I year another after, there/-re year by one millions gratified who.would person a to* I quickens the blood, drives fl
r eternal connection' between the Infinite study and thought and effort It 'de-: Ine shortcomings, but have patience Boon go without a dentifrice a without fatigue and

s .nd eternal life and the finite serves. And; doing this, we shall with her whims and try to understand AII_'* Foot.":",, It is.a cleanly whole- away gives strength"ond

life. ensuring; to the human soul Its very soon come to see that the author- her It is not eome, heeling, antiseptic powder to be I elasticity! i J Jot e, muscles. .
c' erdless existence. Into all the re- ity aver unclean spirits to cast them so very difficult-Ham. shaken into toe shoes, which ha. given rest rI
: glons-ot the soul below this highest out is a pure gift from the Lord and burg Kamlllen Zeitung.COMPLAINTS and comfort to tired and aching feet. in all J:Thousands use Sloan'S Liniment'I. '

k or'tnmo.t two streams of life flow, part of the world. It cure* while you I for rheumatism toothache
that His yoke Is Indeed easy and His walk. O\er 30,000 testimonial of cure ofsmarting ,I ; neuralgia ,
one Inwardly from the Lord one outwardly '
burden light. swollen. feet. It ', ( contracted
T, ; from other finite soul*. And ABOUT PAINT. perspiring the prevents sprains muscles..stiff I
and of
frictionn. wear clocking-
f' It''JST this latter Interflow' of life fromsdfll Getting Kvrii_With What? and will ,are in your stocking bill teatime joints cuts.bruises burns'cramp: '
+ I to soul that binds all finite souls When has The time to complain about paint'Is topic '
one person wronged another its cot each ).r. Imitation pay ,. or and insect stings JX
\ into a single organism the universal the unjustly',Injured person is before the painter applies It. The the dealer a 'larger profit, otherwise, you ,, .
v man always for the time being on a high man who puts up the money should would never, be offered. s substitute when :PRICE 254,50t.t:.1.00 t

Thus the life of man Is In no,sense er plane than the one who has done not shirk the responsibility of chooa-' you ask for Allen's }'oot-Iue.!: the'original ( ,

'.i and in no respect self-derived. The the Injury. The wronged one has not Ing the paint. True the painter I i' advertised powder for because the feet. Imitation not are not. hf r.trf$ SlOanflostonMtdssUSA .1.; .

A human soul Is nothing but an organic lost what the other has lost. The ought to know paint better than the I I they article; are there permanent.For are many
every genuine
}' vessel; and it is made alive solely by only way to make the loss equal is banker the professional nan or the I II imitations. The imitator ha* no reputationto

r :what flows Into it. And this inflow- for the injured one to "get even." merchant. The trouble Is. the bouse- sustain-the advertiser ho*. It stand .

life enters the two ways Then 'In adltlon to his hurt feelings owner>0 often deliberately bars the to reason that the advertised article is the

one directly from theuLord. the othermediately he has the satisfaction of knowing competent and honest ,painter from. ;; best, otherwise the public would not buy it W.L.DOVGIASAl

r through other souls. AndU&ls that he la n'o better than the other the job by accepting a bid,wblch he .nd the dverl'uiug.ould not be continued. : 1a
is Is true of all the activities of fellow. ought to know would make an honest When you-ask for an article advertised in
this paper, see that you get it. Refuse z=z= =
'* ,
and Job impossible.
life 'especially of its two chief What an Ingenious tempter Satan imitation. A

't 'activities thought and r eUng.> I.. to persuade us to add Injury to Secure your bids on the basis of .I ,

The capacities,the human soul insult unto ourselves! For that is National Lead Company's pure White No. Cordelia footnotes are not produced .

r i may be' grouped under two head., what "getting even." accomplishes; It Lead and pure Linseed Oil sod see hi.blowing a shoehorn: } eNOte Af ALLY '1 ,.

namely Intellectual and emotional Is lowering; ourselves and our. standArds that you get these materials. j d' MLMaN MICt.OITNL I M [IAMILy Vwy 1 1'MNSOreWOML

'r Life flowing Into the intellectual capacities to the level of the one who has No one need be fooled br adulterated ,

,produces thought;;"'flowing wronged us. How much better to white lead. A blowpipe testing NnsMIeaCANDCNILOnN. ?,'

Into tee emotional capacities It produces'feeUng help the other to "get even"'wlth the outfit will be mailed to'anyone Interested DOYE JAILED PUTTY, LOCK ,S SASH e eefaer w S, B

and willing and .all higher standards which Christ alone in paint. ....... . ,a 1 r
tee kelld Ma S. s t. !4 Ns l rardr eearee Chop /.a/d fL.1. G
1 thought and feeling and willing in can enable ,us to hold to: love aBdforCI..en. Address, National Lead Company; kind whs at. sea g.l th. r.try Leek. '/ beste., seasew asdMeee e eg

man are 'so produced. Thus our ....-Presbyterian Record. Woodbrldge Building New York City. ,. .... ..._._.. __....y'. t !sRr erMr'.. I falit'

\(, :thought and feeling are'not, aa thetif.l1' ... oon wes'5dr..d agas. 1'' ,
!+ .'appear to selfderived.They are Beat ,P..a1er.In'eo .\ Men' who pretend to understand 'women ''"" Randall Bros.rrrN'ArLfl117A,6A.:' ,'' '1i.L DoottM N gIN$5 631 Edge Shots Ctmot fe EpalM/ Anj j Wcaurv ;
streams are : f +trriorr. w.urtowu ..>,* rne.r MUUXXIMtxtom. -rwa.N:..aMl
't ,the pVoduct of these two of l; filled with love the amble onlyypretenders.'J 'eo"" J 1 -' ,tt
tj; ,OUs,that flow into us unceasingly,, one tion.'to. pleats God It real prayer/ I kaN cs.asu e '
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end'(Wrl."lebwt.r Uj for Klaelmniee home bir J on. who, ,love._her. you friend.! feet that When he Bob wants'Davis you ui acts be his me,. The Breakers. by the", Sea. i LEADING'' ,

.u.I__ Ulr home of my....Ir XouU hand Ito impresses me with the voleinn SEABREEZE.: FLA.-
Hew keel for you u the truth that he is my'frleD ,''. I'at was
When. the..........memortoe.of."anUhad' pest wrong to draw such eonchmlwu from Will bar opened June I under the management 'of I. M.
."'fathomed" In my; gout still Ile.Han. . two ul the most; unsaid sons' al MABBETTE. { CANDIDATEFOR I

... Florida Still, It Illustrates Un. fret ?
.d doe..1m. eternal summer.Where '
MM perfumed sir brmthe. soft.... low that there-Ill a difference\ in the shake The houao will be conduced on a higher plane than ever before!
'to UM heart of the ping In hU -awmdrapedrandeur -A rcadl News. thoroughly rsnovatod: and rifrui-nUlied. Rooms *li>Kle or ensulu!
Tho Reunion of with or without private. batlinl Kn. tt.btnilliud the best surf bathing
eighteenth aqtiual
Ttw old. CM story"*,love and. WOT. th\o Hnlted Confederate Veu..i'ens"wliI ,In the world \1) '

The.......M late of .....Indian",am..... be held this \ -HI' at IJlrllllPllball'd Sea Food a Sppcin.ty. A Trial Solicited.Bates
.Ala.. on Tubadtiy, \V UNITED
Told to fJttlf squawe In UM olden time, .
; $tn eoholn* the tone"(their. weird wooinn. Thursday, June II, 10 and 11. H.OO I '
|peg day and upward. according to location of rooms,
I Is at the rate of ,
Which YOU.......ha put to,irhjrme. Transporlatlon _
one cent goer l mile for the round trip. .Ninn'c .' .
Down a4 your feet In b.r moon-Ill mantle,,,, Local agents will furnish the rate. : STATES ehell..trwwn.howe, from their reapcetive.Lation.| Ticketswill _.--J-- .
ra= ., =:;.-'- __: :
Where the croooodlle gate upon rurbuaom.Hla be -euod to leave Bu.tnlnllharn .
home......wemire. -. I'ftlu'nlbll not later Ilia it ''midnight
_ NF.weirnpragrI r..aVrsly' If.yyyyy yIt' ,
,Where the water-IIIIUia.. In their modeat beauty.. June : The Headquarter of the 'Major
.cloH tacvthar In thetr.bor.bonnd home m .
Lien win bo at 'the NORTH K1SSS1MMEE. PHONE NO. 8.
The ard nt Sun.joaloua hi.whlte-aap.pad. rival. .. .
lllllinHii Hotel. I ftlylslon Hl'ad It' :
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Ha nafnted.thelr. like hla own.Omit' .
quarters will be aiaiiouucad: later.
old.. hum.beyond the pod hllla of Georgia I C. W. Griffin ] DUNCAN U.FLETCHER
WI ...*thaoranjra tram aland In the l>iiili>l d..... HEALTH AND VITALITY /
When, UM fellow jeeaamlne twine*. In her golden MOTTS' NBBVINB FILLS ;

ttlr.ry,' Tho (trim!Iron nixt tiiiiin rcntnrativo, lor' moan '
The sweet bay 'tmaa In eternal' real.Thouarh ..d ,wnincu.'*|>r and reuvwa the liu'inalVltrI Fancy i Family Groceries < Stands for These Principles : It
IVa wandered. far I M f. '
rum the aonneq of >r Fomiilphy! Oaccola I'harmncy or
childhood.On mall $1'"00|ier 1",..A l>ox.. for A.oO. Control. of Isileratale Carriers hay 1..._ ;

the oboe of the lake. with Ito rippling flow**' ------ ----- - Fresh Meats.Deliucry ; i ilit Co..I.....; '

In the wood.,on themme,. mid the swinging. ; An Ordinance. p FaiToraj Income T... 1 .

1Iowen- ., 'AN ORDINANCE Amending Section it and ;a' of l'vcr.v 1)I1.v.l1t Hour. Patronage SoJiclu-o. 8.d. for Tarffl ttfrimto, and B.....(. tai)
f I Where the magnolia and ..Ikl"n..v..* grow, Ordinance of the Kevuwd Ordinance. any 4/1/( 'Florida Farmer* mad Fralt Gwo_.".,
I' "
My! heart turn back.awl l ever backward BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL' OK THE '"ilk i4 m aattle o& .I o.b lie..tea .a"h mile nth atL, rdtuB........atim aaaMt rAcr14, Ma.A o. Eirrtlmm CoUon. ..1

To the dear old jiome of the li>n.aim, TOWN OF KlSHIMMEECITYi '... ..*.. Arproprlalloaus for IlarbonsaRw I '
''S'. the wood and lake In their novel wooing Section L That Section S .Ordinance I of the : I 1aI... .n and Waterways. *
And.oohl.gorehildlahwoo.. Revlaed Ordlnanoea he amended ao a*, to read a* ..
t follow! THE GOOD OLD SUMMER TIMEIS : 0...... to Trmmtm .uU aU M.* eap.aea.Fav.r..C.rr..y .. I ,
loved you well In life'aymina; nwrnlnff.And ._ : $215 :
Sac, t. U ahalj be the duty of the cr .
I love you till In after year. -\ WHCtf YOU N&BOI
Though mr soul ha been Ailed with a deeperyearnliir police ofllcera todrlveorentice to be driven, to 9ss a ................. ......................"'... ."
pound within the limit home
corporate any
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And. I have drained my cup of tear. mule bulL hohe p or INst, there to be held' atth..zpene.of ea' I PORCH CHAIRS Iw. \ u -
the owner or vwner of the aame NKV1'NN1 1AMVANtiey N11 NNM'N'NN'" $
1 will love you on till my laat gun darken for at taut. five day*. If within that time or at $ '
And. my laat .hope fade In the afterglow, any time before aale a* hereinafter provided the .bare era J.OOO Porch Chain o* tabFaoM $ C. ACAIf. ()N. Pl-o.ildiat N.' C. BRVAN Sacrotary. $
My heart ever turn. to th. home ol mr childhood ownar or owner* of auch animal calls' fur the tea PACTOSV TO-Vov '

e In tire land where the orange, bkxaom. grow ...... It oc they shall be delivered to him or themon Nr./e..mrA0L, ..".,---ewe..,,..., .", ... ... ... =====: 'J:' :ix :E ;.(
-CB.M. the paymont of SI for each animal ao .taken ,ew..K a... w-, .. ,". ...Hne.W..e. i
and the further euro of:e canta per huadfor each .-Mrs ede.WMMner j.GR .

Was in the day animal...fractional or animal or thereof are confined during in which payment such of FLORIDA CHAIR FACTORY -=- =- 'i Waters & Carson Grocery Co. .

.expenae for taking. feeding, and aching, for such
: Service animal when confined: Provided" how.....'.' that d Retail
theConfederacy. the daily charm for hove, cheep or goats elicit be -:
11)cenUi lntaad of Ml cent aa foraaatd. b'C" "R :E: ;
i: I
$; Section X. That Section X of Ordinance I of the
Rovliwd Ordlnaneea be amended. ao*aa to read a* The Perfect WayScores Be ie dicta
'. follow:
_ To the Confederate Veterans of See X. If.fu>r'Ave d...n.. owner or owner i G 0 V .i.iA
-- __ COUNTY _
Florida--Comrades: As the com shall appear, then.uc.h animal a* aforeeaid .h.nbe "A WOMAN'S MEDICINE" u
mander' of the naval survivors of adv.rUed by at l least three pouter by the !! of V'lorlau Citizen Have "
the Confederate States I take great marshal for five days, and shall .b. ;cold In front of Learned It.. II Y Celebrated Fertilizers (HATESOlAI1 i
''pleasure In saying a pood word for the town pound to the hit ht bidder for cah: J I
my' old shlpmato. Tom Applevard Provided. ., however that ihould auch animal be a If you suffer from backache I E i; C..yr ) -q '
hog aheen or ....t..aald. dvertliiemont .hall be YOU KLKFKU the Ills of womanlKx.'l.
who I understand Is
a candidate for There Is only one way to cure it. DO _ _.. Circulars and Prlcocr
State Comptroller. commenced the day following the seizure of as in many women dosulTerr Do you -' .
In 18W I was one of the lieutenants such hoc, cheep or goat Out of thcii on board the Confederate steamship I ouch ask the exnerwea Incurred. an abovementIoned neys. > of painful examinations and .robarrasninKcunsult
Patrick Henry, and Tow Appleyard ahalt be paid Into the town troaauryl; the A bad back means Kick kidneys.Neglect .- ,tlon*r Do you want to tsko nrninerty
wan powder boy at my gun. Although baIa_ If any to Che owner If he appear ...within It, urinary t.-oublea follow right Into roar borne and cur FURSV .O O, L..
but. a mere, lad, and although. his j thirty daya after idle; and In.the event that ho Doan's Pills made for roursolf ,
f Kidney are
doa not appear wflhin this tlm..nd hi. .IdentityM '
abape was against him, be being almost ,
kidneys only.S.
broad he not discovered then the enUrv proceed shall BENCDICTAI
as as was long, he '
,' ,un of the most. active lads on the be paid Into the town ......Ury. Ii. Lemons cigarmaker living a "Woman's Medicine. A prescriptionr Country: .rodLizoe a Spec1.a.l1y.: : .I wNM
hip, and In the campsIgn of J894 on Section 8. All ordinancia. or part Lh.r.oi. In at 1311 Ashley street Tampa, Fla., a pbylclan who made the study of TV' .. (
James river be rendered'valuable _filet t.he.....are herbyra.pealed. says: "I used 1>010'. Kidney Fills :Male Diseases his spaeUItT. It was uiedtucresifullrbrhtai N14 _ylANNUAL ;
service. I was transferred to Fort and they cured me of backache and ( In his practice.. It has J.
Fisher for a few months, but. on my Paaaed. In opec eeeekul" .thi*8th day of May A. disorder of the kidneys. Two or bran tiled suecpsifullr *>r tbooaands of ) . .'
y return to the Jame. river squadron' I D.ItOg.! w. J.SEARS. three times on account of the pain in women during the many ySars -'DOO. Pro-
met him again, still serving as powder Acting Prwidtnt Council of Town of ru...... my back was unable to go to work: Irm..' .physicians have also found a valuable .
r boy on his ship. meaClty.Attvatt for' several days. The'secretloDI of latantwnen they 5elre to avoidnn EXCURSIONTO
Together we saw Richmond fall; the kidneys were In a very bad condition operation.
t falling to find Lee, we J. B. GILBERT. Clerk of Bald Town. dark In color and If allowed to I '
tol'8t.ber'bln where learning of Approved bjr me ibis llth day of May. A. D land would become the consistency" BCNCDICTA - --

Lee's surrender, our command, under 1001I. _, T. M. MURrHY. of jell)'. I tried various remedies, Is si: made
It I from
Meow of the Town af Khailnune City. what seemed like gallons of vegetable remedy. *
Admiral taking:
dered to join Raphael J,. 3:., Seetnet Johnston'a, was army.or u. ___ ___________ medicine and I also put on t>plasters. roots properties, herbs which and bave barks a woaderfnl known to caratlve possess TO SOUTH GEORGIA AND WEST FLORIDA

Just a*} this was done the .surrender daaac acjaa.jflkjaV aHLafk but. nothing helped me at all until I and tonic affect upon the female organs and )
came at Greensboro. N. C., on April rjaaLa Jk.1 got Doan's Kidney Pills upon the advice
nervous system. Without mentioning the
t 28, 1805. He returned to Richmond M. TILLER of a friend of mine and using many forms of female trouble that women MAY 25
and I them according to directions they
returned to Alabama
my home there this
suffer we say tbat Is BO trouble of
Again we were-thrown together in Realj Estate cured me in a very short time. kind tH.t Bnlcta will not immediately r*' *
1882, and served on C;''s pa*-.i AgencyNNNNNMNNwNNI- For}sale by. all dealers. Price 50 lleve' ,and finally curs. -VIAATLANTIC .
pare the Florida flail, Times-he ... cents. Foster-Mllburn Co Buffalo,
S superintendent and I New York sole agents for the Unite COAST
city editor. LINE
and thto continued until Mr. 'Jones Realty bought and sold States ,
Remember the. name..Doant.attake II prepared carefully and scientifically: and "" ,
-Florida. v "j
My Association with Tom Apple- Taxes Houses paid rented.and Titles verified -: no other.. < ,,11i-e-a.m With Hiring tbe eonsclouene.s to suffering woman of the a reiponslbtlltyof that >'y VI.f, 'l'f .\1 rffl .RATEs''FRbM'YKlSSIrv1MEETO 1g;>i1A'J. 'I' ".I , fValdostsv IC;
yard has impressed me with the fact. remady\ "< .. . ,"", ," j.:t '
that If there be one trail lo hug char j. for non-residents.- .i will In not only be benenclal,but also harmless .-. ." . 'Ii 50 Balnbrldae!, , . ,'". , ,M 60Thomasvllle \.
exacts, no matter what may be the condition -
actor stronger another it Is his Fire Life and Accident In-
unflinching devotion to duty even In surance. of the woman taking It. . . . . . . 5 50 Boston . " . . . . . . (60,

i the presence of danger, and .. my opportunities Indemnity Bonds.apnpre9e.wratyr' It It sold at 51,'e., tiy Albany. . . .660 Chattahoochee . . . 660
for judging him have l.
.been ample.When : 'O"_ w'zPPILttsl Roberson's Pharmacy Tifton . . , .' 6 50 Montlcello. . . '. . . . . fr 60

most boys were at. school .
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Tom was serving the Confederacy. PILEBt PILESI %

__ In fact, he warn too young to be taken 'Wllllame1 Indian Pile Ointment will" cur KISSIMMCC. Tickets on sale May 25th, with final limit June 2d. 'r
on board ship in other,
any capacity HllDd. Bleeding and Itching r pllra.- It abnorri
than that. of powder boy. the tumor, *ll.",. the Itching at one'. arU a* I Good on all Passenger. Trains. k'. 4
As his friend and former shipmate. a poultice, gives Indent .....11.'lIIholn..' FLA.TEA -'--- -
Indian Pile liniment I* prepared for files aodtohtnvof Fur( I Informatioj) sod Tickets call on Tlcket: Agents, or r
111'-0 ,myself yours. truly, the "private part. Hold only by the JACK DIAM'QND.JEWELLER NUBIAN
A. O. WRIGHT Oaceola 1'harmaor. 6Oo" and $1.00.p ..1.V.. CARR T. P. A. TAMPA FLA. J.-O. KIRKLAND D. P. A..

Jacksonville, ,,,( II., May 7. ------ ---'-- --- T. C. WHITE; G. P. A, WILMINGTON N C, W. J CRAIG, P, T. Mi_ 1

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6aGovernor'Wilham' Jennings for And Bicycle Repair Shop. 1 fJA .

National ComrhiUeeman. l TND: NOAAHV" PUBLIC .| Next to Sunny South Stable. Keeps, I' ..01.1".0.: OI.NOIT: : .......Clt'I .

There are.two candidates named .
-- - '-- -- - -- -- -- --
Jennings for member national Commit KISSlMMEEj FLA
of W.

should, S.Jennmgs.'who vpte' for his on kinsman former occasions William J I .itt. WiLLSON, JR..' LIGHT Livery t Feed and Sale Stable. 1

demoostraiej his capabilities In tbe H It Is ,
service of his parry and Is recognized i NOTARY_ PUBLic:,. l.. an
by democratic leaders of national I STATE AT LARGE. ME WOOD--DRAYINQ:

o reputation as being one of the ablest Real Estate Agent rwri lyfttyNT'A Ideal '
and most useful men that could be Everything Is New and Flrst-ClnHK: We will
named on the' National.
," management of tbe coming contest K.ISSIMMEE.: = FLORIDA. / L :' Remedy for 7 llender Prompt and Satisfactory Service

Those sharing: this view, should vote' v' Buy or lit ht. All Kinds -
for S,
William Jennings.2011 ROGERS'LiVERWORT
. eratnnureo IiA Constlpa"tlon Heavy Hauling. \}
The,Bob Davis Handshake. fnt tb.'...;.upt_ cnm1'' cot Coagha, Onld. t roerunreaen.o SEAMAN'S OLD STAND. PHONE 113.
Asthma and Brunohlti and alllAtUKOomplalntateiKllof "' ,
What a difference' there Is' la the W conaumptiou. Uverwort. Tar and r IIVER'IUDNEYSmMc'
handshakes, of different'candidates Wild Cherry. have for ages maatalned anetabihed 'Indlges ion
| reputation aa, a andard coughremedy. t owns*tux
The green band at the work sometimes It contain. no uplura or barmfiit r 1S 4
gives: von a Jerk and Is off to the next drug, ".0'" irireu with Kfety torHoe rlUld..D.. j acclOClOCaoc I0oo000Ot
man. Or he, may be so harassed .00. Sold only by Oeoeo Pbarm...,. Biliousness
O. A. CARSON :1. A. CRANFORD. 8. J.. LUPFER. -- '
that be squeezes the little hand till the A
.owner almost cries In pain. Some1 1- .O YetAMS i' L a antiDyspepsia Prealdent. VlevPrealdent.. 8ecretat7.",
1 times the new candidate lust touches [XPKRIKNCE ness I Fo

the tips of the fingers ,Not so* the old _ y_r _

veteran.HU too1' hard handshake nor too :oft,cordialnot not. too- 'A '.. IPD.OIMrrgliaa MICee0C.N7a K1SS1MMEE LUMBER CO.
slow. There Is a difference even In ''""' .:iIoiii o.M.roon. 5 '
the shake of the two who are both
past toasters. In the art. Old men tell 'W''r'Y -- i t

us that. men forget,, their troubles after. TMOti NARas It Is gOOd for tbe L vel', Kidneys flom.ocli. .
baying the peerless Wm. D. Uloxnam DtslaNaCopvm.NT ,IfQntwnnteltheraVlhr.tingnhattlt, >,Rotary: Bowel ami BIOI'''. .
give one of his cordial grasp of\that &0. AlutlW or nMlnIrIe l Thread [CfertitAiUeAlBowing It takes the place of calomel and leaves Rough and DressecTPine'Lumber.
hand that. pressed the palms of the .Ay. ,...iaaitrn paoak.tea aael Saaertatlen aiaf I Machine write to nn bad after effects
loyal and unterrlfied. \. -.un km free wfcxhjr aa THE NEVI NOME SEWIM MACHIHC COM PAl' ,
F campaigns ... .
It is
rotS needed in the Spring fliiinin.r; .
remembered ii ne-.b\! -p-' Ma.." -
were notonly, for' 'that I all and ,Winter Men Wom.1Jd .
by .
fothreafll .. ,
'eloquence that was so peculiarly* his __ III... .' ....... JlnrtV r ewlnrm.chln.rare mad tOareUrevardlew ot t, h "' ... -- t'
I t but th.New: Horn .n.,7
own, but : 'cordial handshake: s KS.... _...... if made to* war- .
' ehildrashkuii
Our wit -
cold tritrftatjr DCVO nun .
'And man who Colonel Bob forget Davis that. Ills younger hand- cek.s fyf.i.c NJ IerMIkalt 'eu1J byaalborla.A rte &AlA M'dealers. mlySUafordHCirson ,, hum,' a bottle fromRolierson's ..yHOUSE

;shake was Just as cordial that ,of At : "
as ::: = an, tea. 'P$1. :
the gifted son of old L on. Still it .- :: Graves:Hdw Pharmacy {

:'was different. Pat. Murphr. .Senator ill... & CD ........... ew i ii0 .. ,w areas '_BILLS: A SPECIALTY.: _

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