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 22, 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: VID00334
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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"1.; ''ARD AND 6ILCHRIST[ IN THf LEAD.TPrimary HIGH SCHOOL, ..+ tbe baY r Comotttnoement not p asv' 'jot 3 :been Sern.on'eumpleted f p will i\ but be'TT-I, . . . .. .' : 10.....> ;..

r preached by, Rev. J. B, Mitchell of ,. '.
Wtr.. (COMMENGt T Orlando, and the credo will be ren* .
dered by. a choir selected from the r I
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.. "- best local talent, and representing all I

: : : WiH Be Necessary to Nominate full'' Program of Exercises Which the churches. la town. , \: .... J' r -t. '
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United States Senator and Governor.I Wednesday -. 'I..._.... \ :t'
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The Osceola High School making 'f A'Y': :.. or '
+ afternoon's Jackson reparation for its annual commencement : . :: \ :.,
; poll. gives -the following exercises, which will be'' held ,
;,' ''Dew. from the State LATEST RETURNS next: week<< and Principal R M. Evan ., ,
I and bis able corps of teachers are corrospomlingly ,
'IA. ratld primary 'In Florida 1* FROM i busy drilling the. pupil ., I
rr- moat. "unsartln" ,thln i. COUNTY. for the closing exercise: and going 'I I< .. '

last friend of the Hon. __ through the .Baal examination. . 'I'
i Fletcher, enthused br the f' the pan year has been a most prose fj, ',_
<' ', felt confident of his Massey Elected to'' the Senate and perou one for the' school, and the r .1 ;.f')': .,. .' 1"": '. ...

". of. three or four teacher are deserving Of the thank of ... ,:./" '" '.. . .... .
Acree Will Probably be Rep. the patron and pupil for their .dgent .. .. .' .. "I. ." .
urprles of the primary and patient\ labor &: ? '
t small vote ref resentative. The program for the exercise.. this k 1 ", ., ".
Congressman W...1 B. Lunar year promises to be even more Inter tlw. :t .
'i.ii. Ibree"! oon- \VO regret that it 1Impossible: formus eating than usual, and. we glveltthl* : I
r-- taln of getting into the to give more deflnite return fro week In full: . : .. "
Tuesday's In this Issue. j h .
) primary The .
jijetoner half" demonstrated his mmolete' (A visisvvhAB were DOt kent In any '.., l. .J: .tiff: ;: .,
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of the i..ldeof ; I
Sty 'a and he 1 country precincts the
a* campaigner a
splendid ability and .orator* official returns, and these are under Duet-The Wedding of Tlago. Moiarl Paliit and" o ? '><
I power*. He! I* a tireless worker seal and cannot be opened until the ,Eleanor" Van Duzor and Mary Paper : ..' ,t':> <'.. :
cI will meeting of the executive 'committee Canon. ... ;. .1/1/ r
: I make most,. aggressive cam- ,. ."'- "
_. -a.. Governor .Brpward, too na next Monda" Pro Patrid..Ada. Ammerman Improve .and'protwst. your house.I i. ... C- \' :, .
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_ istrated his and The following figures,' however Kate O' errr. will be pleased to bring my 1007 'Jl
energy power : "
: e stump, and the second contest give about. tbe correct landing of the Instrumental' Solo-Second Mazurka ample books to your house and . ,
14 prove of decided Interest. local candidate for the contested 'Luov Buckets. 'make any suggestion In the latest : I' . '..;
r4i. have staunch friend. In every offices, and It is not likely that the Holsey's.Soliloquy-King Henry VU.Shakeepeare\ decorations that you may desire. I .. .', ..
:;- .will' look after their returns. yet. to come In will change the .?, ."., . Drop me a card and I will cheerfully '' ,. .. :
: result la the final count: Albert. Dearden. furnish estimates on paper '" .

: J4 ,obza Beard 'lbo..ed'up with more SHERIFF Instrumental. Solo-Prelude' ,,..'...H. and painting* J : ft 3': : : 9, I L .- ::'
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r J ,?r: mgtb than was expected.' He Js Prevail." :. . . . . . . . . . . ..333Overstreet. .B'.ll% !' Bachlinanlnoff. . r (\:c -:- .,;

:: t alny.'and an eloquent speaker;? HeI . . . . . . .. . .187 My Mother' Bible.Ruby . ..*. . .. .. .... . :, : 'f,, .. "
,. -,. I u* his the mode.'"fl re-eater1'of welfare. of the, It.contest seems,, Buckets. . . . . . ., .-w-----. . . . . 125 . Mr*. Frederick' Pender IEORtE' Aai BAI EF, I Why I .the ..."-, .r

: Eyed, detrimental to his Interests." SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION! Grace Jolly.- ) k'l( '. .' '
. tK, .' nls race for Congress against All precincts except. No. 2, Vocal' Duel-Ding Dong Bell . .Abt OBDM1tDO.., FLORlDA.- / .' .
,. nar four ago, he. made;' aatioaat Oriffln . . .. . . . . . . . . . .292 Mary.Carton and Eleanor Van : ;" ,
: : year campaign devoted to Lancaster. . . . ... . '.. . ... . ..181 Duzor. 'I .
,r ? I'll" against Lamar, yet. ati-that Booth( . . .'. . ... . . . .. . .. .. 151.. A Similar. C..e.. '.. ,. : ., : . . .,. )',.:." '( -) /
,. Lamar swept his district.In REPRESENTATIVES 'i. Martin O'Berry.See LddlesHome |' '. '... I "' .' '
Saw..A. O. CroweTen '
t the Bubernatorlal Jeffemon ; ,'I
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:. ., ,Browne secured more votes than Bast8'-. '. . : .i/.278: Children.. s ". ,p.: ',' .
S ..-, .MMralljr conceded to him. Mr. **" PartH. "
' w.. I* one ot tbe best speaker In C5OUNTY JUDGE Duet.;.-Spanish "
S Ii ,'/1 State.adwa..tbe first. to an- Johnston, . . . . . ....... . . . ..301 Mary Carson Dance.Moskowky and Eleanor Van f; "
Z. Doe hi. oandldaoy.'for Governor. Minx . . . . . . v:. . . ..- . . . 208 Duior. 1 .

principal platform was pronl. TREASURERAll Elmer. Brown .' RHey .
s n,' and he discussed this Issue .In I except No.. 2 and 3. Mildred Lee. ..

e y county. Mr. Stockton .ub..- Miller . . .. . . . . . .. . ...282 Instrumental Solo Pink Butterflies V,'....' ;;': .

_ 'h came .oat 00'the lamearm Collier. . . . . . . .. . . . . . . .1117 . .. . . .Tboml. ', 't" :' ;
, and most of this vote went Beaman..61PROSECUTmO. Mary Carson.Mart .. -: ,
V 'i!hlm,' although considerable re Sluart-Act IIV Scene I.. .. ... Journal I 'K'Ll . :' "
i > eel, with Browne. ATTORNEY Translated by Andrt Moffel' ',
,- rat Ullchrlifs race Is regardeei TT'olKfrksi cwn wm. . .. . : :. ...: . . . . . .3M Annie Carson. y I ,
# i excellent one. He secured Moon . .. . . .*... ,. .s. . . . . .ao3 Instrumental Solo-a) Song WithoutWords..Mendehssohn. ... ., ,
# ., ti where It was not expected, STATE SENATE '

?pi soy i big vote ha given his friend. Orange county all except Fort ( b) Hunting Song'' .f.,," ..:.Aeller .. i '; :: :
'. eDOOur&l'8lJl8nto. Christmas. : '* Berta Bryan. ). H.REDD'TT( :, .. PatternsAre ... .: '." /
'le : return, of course., are"by noOs Massey. .., .. . . .. .. .. . ... . . ..958 Garden Scene-'Romeo and Juliet '" ., .
i all In. and at Broward's bead.I. Beach am .< . ._ .. . ... . . . .... ...8Osceola Act II, Scene II .. .Shakespeare. IIJEWELER f .. ,
.. It claimed thai v AND .
term noon was "'" Ruth Butler and Albert Parker. :
I the rural district" are beard Instrumental RnIn-VaU Stvrleone..:. -. . I '.
_t I i his :lead will, be: ffreatly Inlooomptet.e Msasey . . . . .. . . ;1118 i '. c .. i woiiennaup WATCH REPAIRER(' ', ., '" ., ., ' ." \", : oJ
__* Beacbam..r.. .. . . . . .._...... '..3M '', Eleanor Van* Du or.; : . -
, .c j retains show that. : sUPt. PUIILIO"INSTBUarION May-Pole.. : .ji.i.. ... ..E., Mered., Call., and see my Cfoe of." Watches.. .. :."" Best "i. ". ,'

11 ; ;, Applerard tnade close *aoer|_. Sears4..3,* -- ,.. ('o.440 Fourteen Little Girl. ' !. !t '"

J t .,. oiler, but that. A. C. Croom Yowell. {' .., .........v.<..-. . .... ...j* \1'70 i THPBSDAY EVENING.,, ,.io.. .. ; :>'00:7f. ,'' .
article. .
1 10 bold down this position ,TAJt' COLLECTOR, Any of Jewelry Promptly Ordered ?;I',.". . -
Declamation Contest ,
i I1 H ark ures Trammell so far will at hand likely Indicate defeat Bandy .'.. .,,-. ,('.-. ..1/ . . ',' ..f?! Instrumental Solo"German Triumphal upon !teqlle.&. -.r.-i 1W';.. IIij: rI

|.,JCllis for Attorney General Butler.f. .r,. ..-... <, .... .'. ...160 . March . .- .... . .Kunkel f". .1 .- ,.
.. raoxnell made a remarkable COUNTY OOMMISSIONEB Mae. Grave BICYCLE SUNDRIES. elJI '

Eld was very aggressive, while County .commissioner,. Dlst. No. 1, .1.. "Cousin Agatha's Babv" .... . ., .. .. ,
, Ills remained pretty. -much E. L. Lesley No. 2 Overstreet Virginia Tiller / ": . '
basses and did very little 40; Reave unopposed 32 Browa; 19.,v' \ <' 2. "The Trial of Rebecca". ::;.Scott Osceotf : '. ,- "J',I", ""'.' .,...1r'r: '

4 D work.: District. No. 5, Mann; 31; Stratton 31)) -. Iris' Oliver Cpnnty ; .: ,.f: I rh 1" ;:.T': : . ... .\ '.! , "bt T

thing Indicates that ..Bryane BattonU. '' .1, *> 3.,,, ."A Ulster 1, Scheme".Bunner 1 : );) 'ff0, ',.',"t',) .,'... i". ". .. "., :
__t, tte Florida delegation, ..withleKnder District-No. 4, Bass 40; Godwin 24;;. I Ruth Butler.'v :r. -- Abstract 11- ." ., : /""
1 leading itI'; IsIs Balsden li; ( 4.itA Womao'-Love"McCarthy. CompanyS y : BecauseThey
bleKbat l later return will show No.,7. Walker 29, Hubbard 20. AaoteC..oo. :
or. '.so-called uninstructed BCHOOt BOARD 5. Casslus to "Brutus".:Shakespeare .. .. \
tteslobe elected out of ten District bo. Albert Bearden. H. ,.B LLOtK.1:
all have expressed such .:.adj I, Bass unopposed. 6. ""'Q.a ielle and Swan"--..>Plner . .. M4HAoaR. '.
>n for Bryan It U safe-to say District No 2, returns Incomplete, Kate O'Berry.' are, prettiest .. '. .
lorida will present a solid and but l Brown reported elected. ,.., "NydlaheBlind( Girl of Pom' :Real estate .
t' elastic "bunch" at Denver 'for District' No. 3. '''precincts 6 and Band pell,.. . -V, .- -:. w. ,. .Lytton Title examined: and'reported on They; are simplest :'
7. Tumblln 70 Raulersoa 23 ,Taxes for . t :\\1
ebr..kaa. , \ ; ; Grace Jolly. paid non-resident 0 / .. .,;,,
r,Railroad Commissioner, the re- Caandler 27. 8. "Tbe-Curse Regulus" .+ .. ... Instruments' relating. to realestate.carefully They are most practical"They ." < "' .'" ..' "...y;
ti 1> seem 4> Indicate' Jules, Salomon Harvey Collier. drawnCorrespondence'' ,' . .cA/t:./,,,
e..-D so as leaders with Jack- Instrumental Sploi; r "Mon... erY are -': '. ': .' ,.
Happy Father Individual'They .r-
ttlng a magnificent. vote.' Irvine Belle..L.febure: Wiley ,Solicited.: : :

. 9 showing up a handsome vote I.I soon turned to a sad j poe If be has Decision of Judges'. and awarding ofAdmission .. I
,' -e who the winner will be must be I to walk: the floor every night wlt.b.i lD8dal. _- ; are never extreme ,
.V v -4 when more detail areUshed. crying baby, McGee' Baby Elixir' 1. 10 cent for adult and 1 '"
= ? :The returns sent In so fart will make the child well-soothe< lu C cent. for children. i G. TBV: KRIBBS' 1 They are'always stylish i: : I '. '"
" been mostly confined to United nerve, Induce healthy. normal slumber ERIDAY EVENING. :
Y. Senatorial and gubernatorial Besji for disordered .bowels and J '
> ATTORNBV-AT-LAW._ , 'They economical
*" Annual debatePhllomathean Literary < .are : : -.
P Idate. sour, at.omaoh'7..ll teething babies \\' I \ J.i :
I > will JB*more returns yet to ben need 1&. 'Pleasant to take sure and Society. Subject for debate Office in the ,Court House. -KU- II .:
I ( but tlley" .will hardly reduce cafe. Contain no.hrmful drug. "Resolved That. capital' puplsbment simmee Florida. 1
lead. Returns thus far Price 25 and should be abolished.1. ,.
I ward's : by Hoberson's 60-oent* per bottle.' Sold Meeting called to order._ ,. _. ,President,__._. With. whom will i'D' 4 '
u> i follows: Pharmacy. DebateAfirmatireVerner. t'.,". ,' .'. . .. . ..n:. .. . be' associated At Our Pattern Counter. : Z
I y-,, FrOB. UNITED STATES SENATOR lEI II.. Marie. trial of cause. the law firm of f J ; ; ;

I '..'.. ... ", r..F '' ''.'' ''' 3.218 Of Interest to Democrats. Huddleston. Harvey Collier. Massey &: arlow,:of_ I" : 4
I ard.)1 .H... . '. . . ,13.864I Negative--.Earl Minx; Martin. 'Orlando '" ,
81'".. ":;\" .. .. . .12,111 The ,National Democratic rC6ogrcsslonal O'Berry, James Johnston.: ,lOc and, 15c ;'i t' '"
I Campaign Committee has Duet.-"Melootte's Banjo Solo". .j. .
4v'' begun active operation at Its (ITead- Virginia Tiller and Kate O'Berry. DR. LESLIE}) ''w. ':. :. <' !
I ; quarter. at Washington D. C. In "MoUy" . .... . ,. Rosa ea'eroliThe WEEDON I. . ; I .. .'. . . . . .,. . 6,666I addition to It. regular work, It Is now New Baby".Lol.v.\f Johnson 'I .. '''f', .'l.,.,.... ''w"' '.'..'. "'
teL'A' '... . ..11,119G. preparing a Campaign handbook, Decision, of Judge*. and, award of ., .Specialist-Eve, .Ea7" r.. .... ,., '' ., .
I .. . . + . ... . . . .16.226( which It hopes to have .ready for medal.i LtlyLdtfAlij f : _. :;, I 'f' '. ( ... ;.. .... t.
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ITER by July 1 twoorthree Nose and : .
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I ]- Invocation .. . t&Yoodw.rdInstrumental r' ... :
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months earlier than heretofore. ; : I ..,"t '" ,
I' i.i the l latest't 'news bt- .''The Committee Is charged with the Solo"A Bohemia1 Ca. .1:>' .. 4. .. I. "1 0" '.. .. "". .. ,..,l.;/;. ':," ".1,;" '"-" ,, o! .'.. ...... .
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I i by the Valley Gazette just duty of ass luting, In every way possible price"v .'..T.. 'Bod well .\ > :' ''':':i'j fiI".' "' "I' '. ..
a olng to press: tb* election of. Democratic Ruby Ellis. ', :1 .: .-
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I csonvlll r May 22-s-Wlth nhe. Congress. ,We wish the active< cooperation .Selection from Ben Hur. _., Wallace Private Hosoital. American) National. ' .. "/I.* ','11., .."" ''lItr-l'JfI-i' 1'it.!>, M1/ !:: .... .. .

'. a complete twenty-five' counrtlafln of every voter In the United fitehal reake.' ?,Bank Building, Tampa ;J',.. .. <.,, ; ...,, :. ".' "' :- . ,-; J.' "ri'r. .. .L'",, .
. twenty and no news State who believes with u.,'.&bat.. the Long-"A Natural. Spell".v.Brletow, .' 1'"I': .. > .i,
4 ; rburYOW for United State election of a Democratic Congress Bla**.', Florida- :..,, .. .' ',\ .. qi\" \......,...'( ":I''b!.:.',". .,\t.' ., 'p'> . 04"':"'I.II "".;:-
..r a,TWO. a, m. gives I governor I! would greatly benefit. the country. Essay-"Sidney Lanler' :. . . . . ,' ,, .. '\\II;,'! .j.' '.!-''Ir '; .. .. .". '. : "' 'o!!
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Marietta Pfann .. ff!> ) ,
t Broward a lead of 1.175 over j, We itoust rely. upon the people to \ ", f" ,' .' ....
i an U. Fletcher; and Gen.-'.AlbertUtohrlste sustain our work''' by"III Ylnjl' Inform Or.t.lon101 at..ooal! Ideals"-. .. ;J .- ..'Ao". .,
leaduf 4308. and.tacky lotion' ar to local condition, and Henry Moon. I-'. i.' . '. '
} .:2,388 of bavin- great a suggestions'' Iluldao" Instrumental tiolo-"Oberon".s..... W. I* W INN, '.. '-1. '. ?, ,-.<.I"J.".
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'v \s his two opponents combined Each individual can at least. aid us / .J. Leyoack : ...' "}'. .
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t1. ''1'' r vote at this hour .as .reported i by making a contribution. Will be Mary Carson.Easav"Attalnment.of '. 'H1C.I!.A".A"D.UUN; >>". 'I .' ,< .;. ." I i,
not do so and Interest other In help Womankind! "Ji'' .' ;., .
& $1t.d" i St.ate..sell.t.or-Beard 3,605 c crd ; log us, too?. EBBe Lawaon. .t..a. ....w.$5. &_-- . I

IJ6.697J; Fletcher15,422;;, La, We wish hand-book Duet American Girl"... . ..Kunkel' .--00-: .. PImsu....:_ ;'. "
> '11, distributed as generally as possible, Eleanor Van Duior. and. RubY I \ :
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ysroell .-Browne 6,;75;' Oilohrlrt. and .....111 furnish a copy to everyone Ellis ? .
1 1uot1811 Literary.Address.-; ,. . .. . DK /. W; SIMPsON( ;:
11I; Stockton 10,525. who contribute tb our Committee. n -- ,..; :
'. ,,J yet to be beard Jtrom I IerC.lbouD _Send remittances to and at Wash _.(.J_ Mr. R..S.Pbllllpa.Reading -___ ..- '. '"** J .C tfTHE
f ; Lee,'ana Liberty. ington! D.' C. JAMES: T.'LLOYD. Roll" of Honor,' ,Prof. R. DENTIST., W. "DA'N'N .
M. Evans.
Chairman.A'Bmile .
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Presentation of Dlolgptas'and Office over: Pharmacy.; t ; :
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: Awarding of Medals. Supt. W, 'J, OrBltocOVRSi) J I / a. M. U> 12 HU -
I' "I Wwiy( getting! scratobes out, Is'a'pretty hard I to accomplish Beara.Graduates: \ iao: to 5:30p.: m. .. : .
.thing ,
; bruises,; bumps, burn. ot:;, when : .Joel Butler Vary Carson Telephone No. 70 Jan 6.lyr, ': /'. 1' ':. "'
"" ,Pont neglect such thingsresult . you're bluebilious and out of Ruby Elaine Ellis-Verner Reid OtTFIT1'E. . " :.. '
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a sore core for all ,
serious If do. E11U, Effle Clifford Lawson Card
I you kind: of stomach and Rachel of Thanks. "'hl
Hard'. Snow Liniment acdirections livereomplaintsoonMtpatlon May Leake; Earl Otbo Minx Henry I ...... .
110 right, away, and '* Heroine and Is mild Tyspepsta. Ballard Talbot Moon MarlsPfano,.Ele.Dol' ''Mr. and Mr-s.faylor: ". Partln. of .. I....,, , .
. ve MM. pain and heal' the effective in all yet absolutely Van_.Dusor. Ashton, desire to extend their sincerethanks .. '. ; /
casesPrice 60 .
.flOC and t.00v, Sold.' bottle. Sold bf Roberon'Pharmacy. centsper . 8UKDAY; IVENING.: ._ .. for many kindnesses shown \ '.,.. . ... J' .: .. :- "
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Pbarm.oy..e ; :; The details' for Sunday's 'program their.babywr ' ( \it11.\ .'

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,- ..-...-.-...........-....... CHAPITER- : :XV, j :1 THROUGHOUT THE: STATEN I IFlorida ': -

J; .:J -- ......-.......-.- -. a. The Thunderbolt STRIKE IS CALLED OFF -Tampa druggists are nicking prepar. 'JENNINI16HTSCLAIr

famnn J ad as bad been: toe thoughts of atlons fo* a royal reception' to the :, I

. ti-i.' ; irut GAN ON S' WARDi'; they Canon were Aldred, almost on his pleasant way up ,to cues, town in Street Car: Men in Pensacola Lose Florid which; 'will Pharmaceutical.convene In annual association meeting Congressman; is, $i !

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comparison wlthjjbose, which consumed S.rul'sfe. June 10. 11 and 12 for bualnm Stickty'Ex.CovenmZ,: -;
() Out After Bitter I
I committee -
r iCi-= ; I.Tll OF IIDnSs."I* "I5i.p; him 6n- b1. return 'journey. .. I pleasure. The entertainment provide -
OR atom has made extra effort to
On the fourth morning, as the
....- 'ft goof time tor the association and SCENE. IN LOBBY' OF llSTt
canon eagerly ran 'his eye over the WILL NOT BE EINSTATEn
i; 1.1e ------ j- e H .JJ has extended .an Invitation to thei -

............. By JAMES_ AYN. .t. >0sisBBssjoe .*>' letters lying atTils room, It lit upona i member to bring with, thebi\ a* many --.- L I

II. .. -. .sss.ssa..eBBBBisaasaBs .. gs) 9 legal document. : ladles as they can. Remark Mad. by Co.......:_ I ,t-
. Statement
"What the deuce IStIfis' he Manager of Car Company .
: ..................- osa.asass>ssssfssieiIt -..- murmured | Haronet O. Queries. van Ufford. late in a Put.Uc'Speech* Ans/erex.. '.
partly because be hated law. '
Too of
-Strikers DocUre Therg re ] CHAPTER XIV. 11 was with eyes mono than halt partly because ho was annoyed 1 at not Rank. St. Petersburg for several weeks. IU Governor and Caused A.ssui ,I IJacksonville
in Their .
.,- Continued. opened to the true character ot his getting the letter he expected, and Many 1 Intend to locate ]permanently ,and will .

..'Ob. be'. welcome enough as long former protege, and with an impression tom0 It open. The. contents of It were I engage In trucking and orange raising. Fla
t lie behaves himself. I don't want of the domestic! relations between as follows: The strike; of the street railway All jet he has not decided where be Cougreasm's.Frank .
his ward and her husband behalf Invent but Is of the opinion that; Clark of the seco-ad Florida ei
10 Quarrel with him, was the dogged "Sir-We are Instructed on employee at Pensacola was declared will ,

? .... reply. "But I'll have no interference which tave him Infinite pain that the of' Wilhelmlna Adalr, the Infant off last Wednesday when a meeting ot) Plnellas peninsular Is the.In all brightestand Florida. trlct: was \belabored with .a'stlchr by-.

In my affairs, It that'." what he's canon took his leave next morning as daughter of Mr. John Adair,. of Albany those remaining In the union was held .i wst favorable spot Governor W. S. ,Jennings la (the lob. 1

after. Shut the door) will you be If for the railway station., ,As soon as street London totipply to you and a vote taken as to a continuation I .Word has bean received 'from nUdltlonal' Con- of the Hotel Aragon Sunday afterniClaik 'L "

Sophy closedthe. door: as requested, he put his. head out of the cab wln-> marriage settlements, dated to declare It off, and l IA a public appropriation Ocala's, pf ,I2S.OOO public building, and he has been bitterly assalL.thtve ., _ .

but left herself on the other side of dow.and bade the driver to take him the 14th of June,-,'18- for a 'statement statement Issued, notified the .,unions, made bleb will for be gratify'Ing news who-are opposing him. Clara,_ _ ,

It. J'Actalr to Bedford Row to Lawyer Ii'ton's. of the property subject to the which had boycotted the cars Ocala will have very a \ery magnificent spoke at the opera house Saturday

received bis guest w.Ith'that The young solicitor1. gave him a 'trusts of such the date They doclare" the reason to be that public building-one that would bo a night, and among hose whom he at" _ t'

mixture, of warmth and deep respect hearty welcome. thereof, and of what such trust prop- /(/so many traitors were In the ranks as credit t3: any city 'In the' cOllDtr)'. It tacked for opposing him was ex-Gover'

which be always threw Into Lie tone "1 only wish it was my house" ho city now consists. to make It Impossible to continue the Is euleitdldly located and If tIme nor Jennings. Clark reviewed th_. _ f
''' "We Informed tbat the c' strike with'any degree of success. beautified as they, of Me career of Jennings, and, amon ,
When the canon came to Albany said, "Instead of my mee. Now are sum grounds are '
Manager Leadley of tho Electric! federal building\ er tdlngs, charged that the ex-cov >:
street; but. to Sophy's eye, there was canon, what can I do for you," flfteen thousand pounds has been Company..when advised of the ,action, (course will lie. this gioands will bea had a genius tor grafting. S

more effort In It than usual. Uhe noticed "Well it Isn't settlements: I am paid out ot the trust property by you stated that It ,made 03 difference and the surrounding' The ex-governor called at the loU! :_ _ '

too tbat guardian's manner not going to be married again," said to Mr and Mrs; John Adair. to his company, and that none beautiful spot. Hastings Aragon Sunday afternoon and fouil)

was unusual-* stiff and guarded. It the canon, characteristically. hiding ""According to our view of the of the men would bo taken back under -The Irish potata season thousand, barrel Clark in the.lobby. S i _ 5,

was always difficult to the canon to his anxiety .with a joke. "I am not tr".tjs' the settlement, such: payment 'any consideration, the lists being. Is over. Eighty-five and n'jout IV1"0fromtSlkton One version of tbe affair Is that Ute: '

conceal his feeTfngs; but the rem em.' even come for legal advice, but mere- ought not to, have been made l : ,full of desirable employes. have boon snipped and O-uiigj Mil!*. The e1'gOverllor.want to know if he had _- S

tirance that the other was. his host ly for youc.: opinion as a man of business and our 'Instructions nro ,t-O see that Another Attempt--at Dynamiting. yield at Hastings has been bl'lothe been called a grafter by Clark.. f. _ _

enabled him to do so to some:extent. A certain friend of mine! 'is the trust property. protected for Another attempt to, blow a car average. The prices very unsatUfac- "Didyon call me a grafter" ask&, _ .
The dinner, passed off without a connected: with the' Susco Railway the ben fit of our client the said WllJielmina with dynamite was made at Pensacola up tory. Some of the growers: not getting the exgoverncr: of Clark. :' ,

hitch; the topic ot conversation was Company In British Guiana. What Adalr. We must ask you to when a. pound stick of the high explosive enough for their crops to pay ..ex1 "I did replied: the congressm':, ,_ _

chiefly Cambridge In which them do :you think of It as an Investment let us have the Information required was placed In front of the hay 1 penses. "Tiien you are a liar and you knew ,.
liar when
were few discords. When Sophy left ;For' )'ouraeU'" In the course ot this week' ; and* will shore line track. -The cornei-stciie "f the new hiflb cried you were Jennings.a you. said It,"',;;',

them and the cigars were produced.he "I don't say that. Rut it as generally lie obliged if you will put us Into The dynamite was found there by school bulldln* at Cedar Keys was Then the governor! snatched sV:

., :was certainly ,disposed to take amore as'you please." communication with your solicitors an engineer of the Pensacola and Per- laId- a few-dayT ago with appropriate of heavy cane!', which 'ClarK was carry..:_ "

sanguine view of things.' 'h :."Wellvsucb things are not much ae,- if we are obliged to take proceedings dido road and was reported to a track exercises Superintendent( Instruction Phillips tag, and began to belabor, the con-, :

: Though he began at 'once upon the In our way" was the quiet reply. i to protect the trust, property walker of the Pensacola Electric Com the county "board of public Dinner grcssman lustily about the head and >
matter tbat: had brought him up to "Our Clients' investments (he lookedup we do not wish to trouble you pany. The dynamite had- been plsced was In' charge cf. the ceremony shoulders. I,
at a point where the electric seived'on the grounds a
clmIlanY'1 wa
"'town It bad. been personally In the matter. Congressman Clark -,
Indeed. fitting \ was standing
at the yellow tin boxes that ornamented track esses that of the Pensa most enjoyable day was spent by
and seething In his brain fdV "We are -sir. obedient ser talkIng' to Dr. a. A. Nuenally, -pre-' ;'
so many your dinner ;
the office walls) are not asa cola and Perdldo road and was In such those In attendance. After ,.'
hours, that It was Impossible longerto vants, SINE &; SEEU2." : candidates dent of Columbia College at Lake CtLf.
; rule. In British Guiana securities] a position that It would not *j touchedby speeches-were! made by the '
suppress I It-U was without heat; but I do happen to know something The canon stared at these words, the engine of the latter road. for comity offices.Mil when Governor Jennings approaeflMlhim. '
his. tone was quiet and conciliatory. about the Bunco. If.I had not a shilling boldly written. and very legible One passed along,' however and -: an opinion Just banded down nt Jennings According approached to from Cisrk's behind version ';

'1 am come here. Adalr upon ratheran In the world, I would perhaps accept - though they were, as though they Jarred the dynamite to such an extent Washington by Commissioner Clements jerking the stick from the ,congreasS and. ,

unpleasant errand.-a matter conk fifty shares of such a company were come Belsbazzar warning. that it rolled from Its position to tho the Interstate Commerce commission man. struck the latter three times

cernlng yourself but which I earnest as a gift provided they were fully He felt In his heart that they side of the track and It was there decided In the case of George U. over the head. Jennings struck with ,1.0;
will be able to exfclaln boded ruin but he required an Interpreter found. :, Reynolds against the Southern Ex. or'
ly hope you ; -,
: paid up.; but not a hundred, because It such force that the walking, cane, a _
to satisfaction." *r to at their meaning. As was probably Intended to blow up press ecmpauy! that the defendant'scharge
my that would put me on the direction." the car the S of stick three-eighths of an Inch In thick '.
containing cream
'I hope so. Indeed." replied the "And why nolT""Becau.e his heated eyes re-perused the docu Ingmen. navy yard work- on the shipment Jacksonville, nesii. was broken but, owing; to thick..' .

other., Ills lips smiled but his brow ment. Its own words, "we shall\ be --, -_.. from Columbia. Ten-i., to and the commission head of hald and a felt hat Mr. Clark'was :" ,,
would then be unreasonably high,
bad darkened; his ace had a resolute my name obliged If you will" put us Into communication JOBN EARLY C MPLETED.Work I was charge of $2.75; for the not seriously Injured As soon, :"t
made ue of. and might Induce Ignorant a .
with as he realized that ho was being at. J1
yet apprehensive look such all a man your solicitors sug- of gallons of cream be-
to Invest In the shipment ten "
might wear about to be attacked by persons under. gested to him the very person of on Seaboard's Elevator named. tacked. Mr. Clark wheeled and caught C
Fer- twern the paints
taking which I., In thoroughly *t
my opinion the stick, wrenching it from Jennings' -1
snore than one assailant: but who unsound." whom he stood in need. Hardly nandlna Is Progressing Rapidly. -There hat been organized Tampa hands. Bystanders '
promptly cauJllt
has bis back to the wall. knowing what he was doing jet of the Hebrew residents '
"Do you mean to sayit's a bubble 'ork on the Seaboard Air Line rail.way' an hold of the gentlemen and prevented
"H Is only an advertisement In a company" afraid to trust another with such an_ new phosphate elevator at Fernandlna cf Tampa, embracing about sixty! of any more blows being struck. ,:',,, ,
newspaper but It has given me great I errand, he put on his hat and gown Is : the most prominent citizens of this (
Tbo used Mr.
"That Is a strong expression, and progressing rapidly. and .Is language by ; Clark \
distress of mind. I do not wish to i and hutried to the telegraph office, about 43 'per cent completed. All of nationality In the community The association Governor Jennings most .
suggestive of fraud. Let call It N similar
recall a certain event which happenedtwo us i where he wrote this message: the machinery has arrived and Is unloaded ', which Is formed on ly objected was the statement' .
a balloon Is all In the known Hebrew association
years ago or more; you cannot "From Canon Aldred. Trinity College on the groundd. and will probXbly lines to the well Governor Jennings entered the '
Is so-
.. have forgotten It," to Frederic Irton: begin the Installation. .In twelve of Savannah. will primarily a of governor of Florida, reputed 'to b.::

'"Indeed, I hae not, sir," put In "My dear Irton you alarm me "Can you come to "me by next 't'\) fifteen days.Practically i clal organization affairs to but the extent participate cf preseutlng a poor man. and that he left that office. <

;. :AdaIr on.letly., "I well Recollect your more than I Can say. John AdaIr, train? Most uigent. Reply paid." all of the heavy concrete S'In civic a solid front for the protec. reputed<< to be a man of wealth. .'.;;I

-. generous conduct on tbat occasion to Sophy's husband Is a director of It." Then he tottered back to his foundations for the unloading machinery ,I tlon of Its membership. 'here did he get It?"" asked Mr.}
Is finished. Clark, and this question repeated In, -
Irton his 1
shrugged shoulders
2 and mine. rooms.
zne In Pensa1
-No curfew bells will ring '
The entire structure Is on the' water a signed statement given to, the loCal '
"At all events. I showed very great overweening conceit; one, In my Half an hour-nn hour- he spent edge and the rack: will be unloaded dIrectly 1: cola as desired by the three organizations press for publication. "_.S-A. ;>, .

trust and confidence In you which gret to you, canon, I can easily be. the time he knew not how; but not from cars to thb ships. The of Women's ChrUtlan Temperance Kx-Oovernor Jennings Is s cousin oV .

you assured me 'would not be mIs- lieve; but surely; It Is not on,> of sur In thinking; on the contrary In try cars are hauled to and from the tow. ,i unions. The lattsr recently 11tl.: William Jennings Bryan and It Is said, "' -I

placed. You gave me 'our word, prise." S ing not to think. All that he dared er by elevated gravity tracks and automatic : tloned the city council to puss an ordinance the relationship had much to da with& .'''' .

sxlso' that under no circumstances I "It has shocked and surprised mo suffer his mind to dwell upon lest It switches.. The locomotive en. compelling children undr: the making him governorotF13rIda. .
glue does not approach nearer loan at age pf 18 years to be off the streets - --- .. - -
would yoi) ever embark in any under. beyond measure. You don't mean to should leave him altogether was, '
taking'which even the moat prudent tell 'me ttfat U fa Adall:'. practice to "When shall I hear from Irton," quarter of a mile of the towev. In I i i before" 7 has o'clock) been each'night relused.IA and ,hIs tAn TAiKS( CANAL. .
connection with tile work going petition
: person' could call speculation. In mix himself up with such undertakings At last ''relief came to him; there on. the railroad. expects to now erect au I'|i: number of this, younger membersof -

this advertisement", bad, ,taken ?" were steps on the stairs and a careless exteelve..8torage plant It being their the Florida Funeral Directors'' and Says Work Is Being Enthusiastically,

fhe paper from;; his pocket and "1oI,' dear canon," returned ,Irton;I whistle. (Little do these telegraph Intention to handle the rock to and I! EmbalniCTS'! association stood the Rushed on Great Waterway _ .

pointed at the place-"I see your gravely; "It's quite contrary[/ to my .boys know whatonessengers of from the storage bins by light rail I state examination before the .state Charleston, S. C.-'The" Hon. oW: ,

name published as the director ot'the custom Interfere unless sm pro doom they are; the postman by comparison service dump cars carried, on cable ]I board of health In Jacksonville, and Ham II. 'ra1tecreary of war, arrived! '-
will :
Sosco Railway Company, in South fessionally consulted. In oth\r. is a mere valentine purvey;, runway. i I H Is quite probable that they '
In _ _
\ pecpie' S Charleston arbor at noon SundsjrJ '
through" with big percent. ,
.:AmericL"'T or.) "The yellow, envelope was -The whole plant la veryunlque and All"come
affairs. Moreover Mr, Adair 1 will be announced on board the' cruiser Prairie andat.
complete. In its designs, one "of'tbo ages. The results: _
ue!, but In British. Guiana you dropped tbrough'the letter-slip, and ,
and I are not on very good terms. I principal points being its'labor-saving within-a few days. ter spending S few hours in lb&t
will allow me to add." said Adalr" the canon seized It as some, starving
1' would therefore much prefer'you togo machinery. S -The state election,law provides teat during wblch \time he was met.i
;. .na..I,. it elsewhere for Information. about prisoner clutches his dally meal.(>
"Good .heavens. "what has that .to him." :; S "From F. Irton London.'to" Canon. A" MOST SOUVENIR. and malt liquors? are sold shall'Close' friends, left the city for Washuj _ _ _ _ _
do with It," Aldred Trinity College: ': V UNIQUE at 6 o'cockhe! venlng before the at 5:55: p. m., via tbe AtlanUe.<
"But I here to consult
"Well If you were a man ot busi you pro- ,' "I shall be at you'r college rooms at day of an election and remain closed Une. Secretary Taft:Is return
I Dell canon," said Adair smiling, "1 1 fesslonally. "I wish forsophy's sake, five o'clock." Facsimile( of Lodge Show. Washing until 6 o'clock:: of the morning of the from. Panama having sailed -from th* ,

could Show you that It had a good to know the ;whole truth. Tell me The lawyer 'found him book" 'In ton's Masonic Record., day after the election. port May 1 and completing tit.mork'": '

e 'deal }to do with I It) Let jne say how ltr.; It will be the truest kindness." hand ,to all appearance composed Mr. W.: P. Webuter, grand secretary' Sanford Is becoming aroused to the which we had In view two days'a'eak'

ever.) generally, tbat an Investment .IS canonly "speak.from hearsay" enough. of the grand lodge of Free and Ac- great Importance of advertising, and of his proposed .schedule., He .Is the J _____
returned ..Irton, after a. moment's cepted Masons of Florida! has lu the result will be the reaping of a picture of health in his accustomed* '
: In the country would be .. safe In 'I believe I never stood la Greater
pause: ''but it Is a matter of common, the'canon' possession a very unique souvenir, rich reward. for the,right kind of advertising goad: humor He said list his trip? '
the debenture stocks: of any English report-and nas.been for these many need, of advice, Was few days ago he was made tbe hl.1 always pays large dividends.A had been delightful and, while hew..s_ _ : .

. railway; Indeed, U Is English. But months-that Adair Is a great speculator earliest remark, 'This Is the communication ient of a facsimile of the Masonic mass meeting of citizens was recently kept very busy, be bad enjoyed every '. .

vs It; happens, I have not even Invested That he has finger la almost received this roornlfig ,ords of Fredericksburg. held t3 canvass anew the splendid moment of the time. The secretavpc. .'
In it. For 'certain reasonswhich newmade'pie a which has caused me to put ; 'Lodge No.4. showing the Initiation local advantages offered' to Incoming dined with Mayor Rhett.' s.nd'hel4'ft*I

.. p rbaps..>-oa could pot easily every' and 'some so much inconvenience;" and he passing and raising of George Wash- I settlers and capital,' to hear the Informal reception at the Charlesto&l, '7.
'understand hut,which are'very valid of them. I am.sorry to' say, dirt pies.He placed in his hands the lawyer's. let. Ington to the _degree- of Master Mason.S': report of the advertising committee of Hotel, afterwards meeting fed*aJ city rj
and refiec no little credit upon my is a man of-great'ability, but of ter. Also a facsimile the Holy Bible on the board of trade and to consider:: officials and 'friends. *T '-:... ,
overweening conceit: one. In my which the father of his country was the best and most certaln't3-be'latla- 'When asked to say something 'o1
position In the city; It has been worth,, "Sine & Seele! exclaimed Irton -'
,the company's while to""put 'me on Its opinion, who would never b'e. content glancing at'the signature. "What on made a Mason. factarlly: resultful methods of farther conditions and prospects. In.PaDama.. ... _ ; ,
,L with the moderate profits of a legitimate The souvenir states that George publicity he talked freely with regard to 'gen-
direction end also to handsomely earth have these to do
pay me business. It must be admitted gentlemen' Washington was Initiated on November -A petition sent In to Judge Malone eral conditions, but said that he wouloV-
0 '.{ for lhp use -of my name//' that he has peculiar advantages In with you>" 4, 1752; passed on ;March 5, 1753,J by' the Christian Scientists of Tallahassee not wish to be quoted on such matters. S

"The explanation not satisfactory the fact of his money being settled on You know the Arm. then" and became! a Master Mason on August. that they be granted'a, charter ss the relations of the United States; ,
.to me. Adair," said the, canon his wife that Is Irton nodded. So far as a. gesture 4 1753. The Frederlcksburg lodge, I to establish a church In, the capital and "Panama, which had been sugges" .'" 5
; always a great temp.
.. IIrml,. ."It I.. true I am not a nan tatlon to such"men to could convey at once assent and dissatisfaction of which be was a life-Jong member, city was favorably received: and immediately ed as a possible reason for bis' visit _'
i of business out ]''I know enough of gamble. Rain the nod conVeyed It.. He 'wa. chartered! first by the Grand acted upon. This does not '

such'matters: to be convinced that It can never touch him. he has, always read the .lelter through without comment .' Lodge of Scotland, and was later chartered mean' that the ,Christian Scientists are TWO RAILROADS INDICTED, J'

-..- wouldn't be worth tbe' 'hlle'ot any 'his wife's prlnclllat'to tall back on. ; then.-observed, with extreme by the Grand Lodge of Virginia. going' to build a church edifice right .- ;.____
no creditor:' call claim It. and that Tlier. lodge waa organized- In September away, but only that they are Incorporated "' tAlleged'
aafe and stable do fment. J
company to anything gravity, 'Can this be Federal Jury R.turl'I"dl' for
laws of tbe- 'iltate of ..
will insure him a certain Income. 1752, shortly! before George Washington under the
-of the kind. Adalr shrugged "That bave fifteen thou RebatJn '
you paid ;
Thes.compan'le.. are unaware of that. jvas admitted as a member. Florida as a church body. However ; & 1
: his shoulders' ,and smiled a pitying- lie Is known to be a partner In a respectable sand away." qf Mrs. Adalr's trust Mr. Webster prizes the souvenirs they do. not Intend that It shall be- 5 New Orleans, La..-lndlct Den '":tor.:: _" _.

smIle firm and to live lu good money 'S and they will be framed to later find i very long before 'they have a church. the acceptance of rebates on, cottotjij|_ _
"Rvally. "canon, I scarcely know style and It Is worth their 'To herself yes; .at her earnest an honorary place upon the walls of I 1 -Bids for, the addition of the Sanford shipments were returned ':8atnrdajl|]
while to
what to say I could give >-ou chapter and repeated entreaty In order to his office. high school ranged from $12,598 ,to against the Illinois Central ,and '_
L and verse for-everything I have purchase his name." Thats. the long make her husband a partner In 'his $15,839.77. Five Jacksonville two Yazoo and Mississippi Valley rsllr

___ stated about tbls Susco project. but and' short of It. own firm.** ... QUARANTINE STATION Sanford firms of contractors put In by-a federal grand ,jury. 3'..
__ The canon ,.
not action
: it Is a long business and If grew only grave, "Great bids. The'board has suspended
_ _ : you will heavens,! cried Irton, .
but gray; he looked ten years older <'n the bids for thirty daysras the lowest
not take my word-" .tartln :. from his chair; "you must Work 'of Replacing: Buildings Destroy' -
than he had done bye minutes be bid Is considerably over the estimate -; NEW SCHENEOFMtiUT.RIIIFPay
"I haTe. ,takeo your word already fore. 1 have been.stark, staring; mad I Have ed By 'Storm Is egll"." made by time architect. aud. trustee I _
'Adair; your solemn,, promise in re you a copy of Mrs. Adalr's settlement --
of buildings *
"Adalr assured The work erecting new ; ; Value' .Placed By Owneron'rsCo : < :
me 'With his ,,
I must needs, own .
turn for :
_. say, a very at the Santa Rosa quarantine station -The Western Unl Telegraph company
S treat: favor that, you would never lips last night that he. was connected The canon pointed to where It'l'liy. which Is controlled by the marine host has begun the Installation of an Beds and Then .Destroy'TJieLoulnl11e. ; ,

_ _ .., bave anything do with speculation with no undertaking except,the, Susco Immenseclock in the Pensacola city .
"I am afraid that will.not help tis pita service, has been commenced bya }C.-'Nlgbt. riders' tL...,.
..-that Is, risk. Do you mean to tellS Railway, which moreover he stated much?' he said, disconsolately Tampa 1ftI'm.' the contract having ; hall to occupy a space left In the center S
fl5 there is no risk In your ,iseing'a to be a perfectly safe concern: 'as was aware when I advanced this been' awarded by the government to I or the front of the building for a tuted a new .tem'in Kentuckyjwh' *) ,,, .

:of'the'Suaco' : Railway Company safe as an English railway debenture money that I was exceeding my' pow- .bat:concern,'* The buildings to be city time clock, and within a few days a band .,f fifty from Owencomtro4rthrough ,. j
T""Not, stock,' were his very wvrds. ,Did he ers." "' erected ,consist",of. a hospital homes J, the space, which has been boarded -JD Grant county jntoScott-a44 S

one atom, not. scintilla. I deceive me wilfully or fs"It* possiblehe Irton shook his head; :tbe j t gesture 'for building laborers and,' 'nurses a number etc.,of fumigating smaller will since showihe.dLalsofoneOt'the'flntest1ocks the completion'' ) tbe building-.. destroyed 'many 'tobacco plant- bAd.. '

pledge you my word of, honor" , was deceiving himself? was this time"one, of 'pltyr "How' structures TbeserQ to occupy- 'al-t' In the south. The waster In ,each Instance they a1Iecl"o\tt.u.e' '

'( .. The .canon.was' staggered by ,the_ "If, you compel 'me to give you a coulitjrou soIi-4t.seemedtos ". -OIIt-rtbe-almealtee as- the- buildings clock which governs the 'city clock, owner .of Cie bed and told. him-I,: :tI._ ,_, "

t ,others earnestness and emphasis. categorical reply-' ! _returned Irtonr; and, not "How'.could',you have,been, destroyed, during the hurricane of Is placed in the council chamber of the a value on !It, 'This done; theypM4kJ;
"Well- course. cannot Imagine with evident reluctance.."the' latter such a fool?" .' ", 1806,':when Santa- Rosa Island was : hall and In Itself Is a handsome time" him cash for It; and .then':' proceed* .";

S. for one.moment that you are deceiving supposition Is impossible "There is not a word In'thls, I am, overflowed the seas frcm the gulf piece.! The clock will be connectedwith
me. I must 'needs believe )'dU. "He lied to me?" C s:(, sorry,to say," said the lawtr.! 'pre... ,: all of tie buildings, with,the" exception: i I I the wire service.of the .Western to destr6yrlt' at tbe same,time"advls*. _ _,

1 'But'atl11 I do not like It. I >>1u.t'a.1e "Undoubtedly he did." ently, tapping the document with his of ,tbe surgeon's ,quarters. being car- 'S Union .and will serve" as a regulator- lag the owner' not, to make'. S

you ttt withdraw "That la..enough sighed dieaaway.-" : I for the entire city.COUNCIL , tber a temptto raise. ; ;. '
your name at once .,.. ,the fingers, "that authorises, any .suci tofcaccoiirpp is
I: from the official list and to give up canon. 'rising. _slowly from ,hi. 'seat use of the trust-money as you have "SIGHT.ehsseola ST STAGGERED. i -j. ;!.. : ri,
t ,all connection with the undertaking." And, all vigor, seemed to have gone put It to., I suppose. what you dll East st. Louis, I1L-The fives '
';, -' Verjr:: good .alrj' returned Adair out, of him He looked'a broken man was done under great pressure.** ,> -, Compelled. Mo/ : Refer Candidate' t..'. plant S of the Sendelbach Wheel
)' frankly ."Sine nothingelse ..'1 don't think I ' City ,Council Proves More. Special ,Committee.Tbe "' burned causti
.5 wll) can come up here "There are: poor Sophy's letters I pan) wu Saturday,
S, satisfy you I will do so. I shall loso ,r again Just ':yet. Irton," he murmured and the man's.," said the canon,'wear-. Lenient TOWard PromoterS city council ,of Tampa which loss of 11110000. 'The plant was la 1
hundred shook '" w In ,order to facilitate tbe work cf to bare fixed the official ballot operation when the fire started >I
two pounds a year by It. butS they hands;. 1 ,may waD : ily. Ju4g4t'fO'ourself. : waa up
1 need not say* I would make A much ta.: to come :down to me at Cam. .Tbe young lawyer read them, the promoters and In 'n;> way retard I for the municipal election to take some of the .employesbad. narrow, ;;!

'.greater personal ..sacrifice. to' ,meet 1 :- you will 'oblige>me. so. far, r through but 'with"a .contemptuous; :the efforts to" build rall oad.'. Into !: place. June 8, was .so staggered 'at Its capu.. __" .' I :'. ,,.'.. ,1>>:;, .
1 your'wishes." F" f. 1,,r BU1ar session,-,by thelong array, of ,pa."ThaCaahi; : -
I t lip. S Pensacola, the city council held, a" names of citizens requesting that their' Plttsburg, ; rt!:

-S.' ,. -'" not you know, on' my, account f And much. I farther, my: deaf, To'he Continued.. /Ia-*' 'special ,session1;' when'_the..,ordinances' ,names be placed on'th..b.llot'.a cab'dldates liana -Montgomery of the! Allei" _ -

.. said the canon greatly mollt. i I I canon/' returned Irton warmly, "At : '- granting franchises, .and .waterfront for the various.. offices to be -National bank suffered fr m't.( .?

J.. fled, "that demand this pt'you. It an1..boQr the day or nigbt.yotimp.y' Ms E. Ma.y1poii'is'woman' ; "a '1'f1t.. 1, pr cf val ue., were placed voted for bat( the whole bunch wasreferredt form of 111.aiJltanct 'tbafc.,. aif.'
S.. Is- nothlof, to me- 'wh.theyou. risk, depend on my attending to your sunn nominee'.for the'offlct, otoounty penT., : great a' special. committee to report money madv-wlll-bethe'detiW. **)

: ,your xno ..v,:or. : not," bo. "" :moos.!' ''- ?, ..,'. !attorney In Jfebraskv upon tlielr,,iblfI( and' final reading;. and to Special: meeting of the coun* friendswho lopethereby, -S C '

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#*. ,; ': ,Unloai M.a o.strike 'in .CUrUnd,,Obj ., .. ..... .. V....... : : Ca I.. ', '
Looted, bburg .ct t* Noo-Union Crews Working.Clerelanl .- : .c:;>SOOOOO.OeO ELcaa18..y.., -, : ;; '''ba, ,

',. .. .Concern. .Final'ly ,,,O.-Rlctlng-and violence;'Senate. Approve Measure, for < Washington, D.: 'c:-The 'Vreeland ;dangerous malady i '. '

,Forced tOWalLASHIEft / although'not serious, marked the early .Forest Reserve in South currency bill agreed upon ,by: the re-;

hours ot the ,strike of the Conductors publican caucus, was put through, the bayou dont!'need to
hour Thursday, under.a ,special rule., .
and motormen'on the, Ilnss of tbe Mu-. "
I BEHIND THE BARS ; Iclpal morning.The "Traction. company Saturday AIlRUNIATES: I FIVE 1MIILI.IONSMwur. ailed by -a i vote Insurgents of 184 of to the 145.,majority Fifteen party aGo, 'tie'a .sock aroundyounneck'bocure11 cv

Peculation. Officially Placed at Total of strike order was' given at '3 w Strongly l 3... 011 Voted'with record solidly the''' democrats against the, who measure>> went.. ; : "J,
o'clock ... m. following >& stormy all- as Oppo*ec< by. ,",'
II - Theclosing: moment of tbe -debate
__ 'tf.4.000-A National Bang'Exra-. night' meeting of' the car men,, and ato4T.U.\ .r,! But Was, Poised were replete with excitement and republican rb
went Into effect .at B o'clock.
: leer Appointed Rr.v. Without DI. -. enthusiasm caused by the refusal
.of the first disturbances took
: '.. of the great majority of the dam*,
place' at the, Lakeview car barns, ALL
ocrats togo on record' for the Wll l
.Pittsburgh: PL-Ti Allegheny National where Chief ct Police Kohler, wall -. Washington :\ bill bill ,.
: p he pro- i Hams which had been offered asa
_ Bank" suspended Monday, truck; by a. stone,, hurled"by, strike vidlhg tot acquiring national forestsIn substitute for the Vreeland bill In SNOW

_ "Shortly" after 9 o'clock the following ;yrapathlzers.The,, police also used their clubs inn the sou them' Appalachian moon accordance with a well-laid plan 'of the. 'LINIM' r'
t :notice was posted on'the door effort to control. the 'mob. Many, talne' and Wblta mountains wa pasted majority leaders to ascertain whefe
.;"Closed by order of the comptrallerand : were. hurt. . by the senate Saturday the democrats stood on the proposition .
placed in charge'' ot William I* Cars were'stopped, In all, sections" Tie:: bill appropriates $2,000.000 for whIch It was"claimed. by several. pill euro that throat In' abort order. _
was supported by Mr. .
.Folds" national bank examiner the city by the strikers! .nel' their the acquisition of lauds on the watersheds Bryan.Ninetytilree Dillard's Snow Unlmeat ponetratoa the pores, proraot- .
\' At that time only a few depositors' :. friends, A Payne avenue car was de-I of the navigable streams In 'the democrats' voted "pres ,lag f reo circulation, giving toe xaaaclesi more ela t101l7. ;
ent. which aroused tbo
were about the Institution.
'" ailed by a rail thrown across the southern Appalachian mountain*'within "
p Following meetings lasting all 'day Maryland West tp a high state of hilarity at the expense RHEUMATISM1.;CVrS
racks. The crew on a St. Ctalr- atei i Virginia Virginia ,SPRAINS. BRUISES
j.8ttnday, at 'which' a thorough .discus- nutf car was dragged from the car and { Ncrt'h Carolina: South Carolina, Geor ot the minority. Only a handful 'CU'RE' S WOUNDS OLD SORBS ST1FP .
_ \flsmi::, of Cashier William Montgomery's. assaulted. The motorman** 'scalp was, ala Alabama Kentucky Tennesseeand of democrats "had the temerity 'to vote'"aye" BUIINS'AND ALL PAINS. I
," ."P.peculations was Laid,. the bank sua- laid open On East Ninetieth street a'' in the White mountain of New. or "no "
pended Monday. Hampshire and Maine The bill permits tbe Issue of $500- '
mob offifty men tore up the car t1
:" That the banK would not open Mon racks and traffic was stopped. Senator Teller made ah oxtended 000,000 additional currency. It Is designed GAVE INSTANT RJ URF'. 1

_ ';" 'day was generallystated In the morn- '.During the early.hours stones were speech"agslnet the measure. He said like that to which meet a financial last emergency fall. Henry' Stone; Provo Utah.'Wrltest' ,"I have oa&d na1 Ard'. I
leg! papers. For days it has been freely hurled and car windows were he did not'object to the states preeervIng Not less arose Snow Idulmoni for Neuralgia, Toothache and Hero Throat ,
apparent that the. cashier". alleged the forests, but there In tilsudgntent'Bo than ten banks with aggregate j
broken tn numerous Instances. was which upon Application gave me Instant relief. -I can recommend ,
capital and surplus ot least
.. misdeeds bad seriously crippled the Institution eggs, were thrown .at the motormenand authority under the at Ifr avk talnf the best l LIniment I have ever used in outing
and the actual suspension, conductors. For the most part stitution for the United States 'con'j S,000,000 many from voluntary clearIng pain. caused from Neuralgia eta. ,
'this morning caused little'or' no ex lands house;associations, No .bank may
people walked. to'' their places of bus- eminent acquirIng for forest reserves
'cjtement.'Montgomery's. Int-... ,- under such -conditions as the i belong to two associations. PRICQ 2SC. SOc AND $1.00 a
.'' peculations are officially : pending bill provides In ,".ulne bank aote circulation ..ecuriUM. .1 ,
I "
, placed at 594000. It la said DEBS NOMINEE OF SOCIALISTS. Including! commercial paper 1
.the bank's!) shortage Is close to $1.000.- LAST OF SUPPLY BILLS. acceptable to the secretary ,of ,theuea.ury. Ballard' ,Snow Liniment Co :
'. must b. deposited.Currency .
OOO. Montgomery U held $1X3,000 ,
,, .- -
Empty Honor la'Again Thrust Upon
ball may be Issued 75 ..
500-502 North
f". Robert ,Lyons, .a national bank ex Him by Party In COrlv.ntJolt. General Deficiency Measure Js "Reported per, cent of the securities depositedwith SecondStreet.r, ,,y

aminer.has been appointed receiver I .Chicago, 111.-Amid" charges 'ot' gag to House. the United States treasurer./ ST. LOUIS; MISSOURI. .4, :
.Of. the bank. rule and excitement verging upon the- Washington, D. C.-The lenerat'ci. Banks must keep a reserve In goldor "

.. Chief: interest !In the bank!* clotla: riotous Eugene V;, J Dobbs once more ficiency appropriation bill, the laat of lawful money against such additional ,
now centers In the- ultimate fate of the regular government supply bills circulating note as Is now providedby ",";
wag 'selected! a. the presidential nom Sold and Recommended '
law against deposits: by
'the depositor "of the city and state. was reported to the house Saturday by ,
noe of the at an< early
'. ,?tate Treasurer .John O. Sheata .and the committee on appropriations. The '
lourFrtday morning. The convention DESTROYS 0 .For' Sale at ROBERSON'S DRUG STOKE.
'Gbeputy Attorney-General Jesae! B. which nominated hIm had been In bill carries 17.342.C72. Of this amount FIRE "SHOPS., .
s Cunningham arrived here Monday 110,000,000( Is for pensionmade ueressary '
.'. from Ilarrlsburg. continuous session at Brand's' hall. for by the' widows'' pension act,of Machine, Blacksmith. and Boiler Departments 1I
State funds to the- .mount.of $523.- nearly eighteen! hours. February t.'1907. a Total Loss. '

-477 were carried fn the bank andthese.'officials' MILLS AIL For the naval establishment there U Fort Worth,' Texas. -Fire at"c. l1e1.rea. KISSIMMEE I
will take Immediate au allowance! ,, of $3,156,209partly necessitated '
.It TexaI
the recentIncreaae In earlyEaturday 1 : mornIng -
teps to recover the money. The state by
: < fund however, U secured by .bondtug Will:, Go ''On Short ''Tims 'Becaus.ofSlackness tbe pay of the enlisted men and officers destroyed the'machine,
companies' to the extent. of ",&00.000. of'Trad of the navy and partly by, the blacksmith and 'boiler shops of the RIVER: :EtOt7TE.

.'.: >". Shortly >after the bank closed CityTreasurer Manchester. Encla .-At a' conference Increased amount coal that will .be Fort'Worth' railroad. Defective '.
electric! wiring Is believed to
John F. Steel j presented consumed by the battleshipfeet! -ingoing
of the spinners of American cot have been the cause of,the lire, Six' '
, for 1546953. the amount of 'from San Francisco around the
the City's deposit but It was got hon.< t ton. It was decided to-close the -mllig world to ,New York., The total cost teen box cars were burned and several STEAMER LILLIH!, STEAMER RO8BADA
arod. tdr"[ the whole Whitsuntide week (beginning of coal and Its transportation for this locomotives were; damaged.' Captain Clay Johnson,,8r,, Captain Clay Johnson.;

i. Juno 7) and every Saturdayand purpose' aggregates $3.000,000. .The total loss will reach 1200,000. Regular Meekly trips ,to Basslnger s*& 'return,:,...),Itl....*
FAMILY OF fOUR' MURDERED Monday following for a period pf I Of the'total amount $$1.310.901 for Two hundred men will be thrown. out visa Tuesday morning, and arrives fUssUnmea Friday evening,
four1' weeks. This short time Is due of employment.
I the ml1ttarestabll.bmeot and
covers Special Charter Trips to Lake OkeeoVotee and Fort Uyere on,U. UlUi
,peed Was Most Brutal as Bodies to> the slackness of trade. among other expenses; the Increasedpay (: Comfortable
CARD accommodation for
GAMECrowd paaseagers. Bates reasonable,
or't.he enlisted men 'and officers BLOOD FLOWED AT I
Were Literally Riddled By Bullsta VICTIM OF WRECK.Bad on the active and retired lists of the The mostpicturesque/, Waterway In Florida,'

Matteawan N. JA tragedy was army for the remainder of the fiscal of'Gamblers Engage In Fight 'J'or'PU.enler. and Freight Rates. apply to>> ,
discovered outhe farm ot W B.; Shop.pard.near V
Accident Occurs on Canadian rear _._, and Eight Are.Shot. JLAT JOHNSON BRv Proprietor,
tile village ot Wlckatuuk Grand Trunk Railway.Hamilton. OB board -LllUa," Kisslmns,11,.,
Saturday STEEL TRUST' SEEKS REVENGE., 'Lexington. Ky.Ill'a' fieht-: over a r-
Sheppard, his wife, a servant'named Ont.-A westbound trfcln card game In Floyd .county Doc and
Jennie Boudy, and the, 20-months-old on the ,Grand Trunk, railway was Enters 'Cement-Making Field Because Gilbert Ratcltft. Riley Bradley and I '
:' Child of the Sheppards were found wrecked'at. Dustin Saturday morning. three other Bradleys and two men i :

:.o,.i dead In tbe farm house. Nine ,persons are known to b., dead of Exorbitant Prices Charged. named Shepherd were.abot. ,, : ( II' '
_: I All had been literally riddled wit and It Is thought more are In the Plttsburg. Pa.-Angered at what. It Doc Ratcliff and Riley Bradley were
,: 'bullets. The position of the bodies and wreck. More''' than: twenty-five''' persons asserts 'were exorbitantprices! charged fatally-wounded.' Glasgow's a.t Success j
,the general circumstances point to bru. were Injured some of them seriously. for cement by Independent coin pan- One horse- was killed and another ;
tal murder: .. .. ; lea la tbe last tew: years,' the'' United shot during the' fight. "
e ? ., A, farm hand who watt employed'on L ig States 'Steel Corporation has entered .* John Shepherd was also In, tub In Running
the place Is missing and Is being hunt THAW INSANE AND; DANGEROUS the cement-making .lcllt.elt and BOW tight! ,but was. nc t'purL .
ed by hundreds of farmers. The entire > threatens'to drive the small makersof -' '
t" family, were shot down In.cold .- blood. Sworn Statement-in iIs i--Acting Superintendent cement out of business. A' new ce- TILLMAN OFF fOR EUROPE H r'Own: Street Car Lines

:; The motive Is not yet apparent,'as'It 1 'of Matteawan Asylum. ment-making1 plant,,,,costing/ $1,000,000 ".
Is not known whether the robbers had and with a capacity or,3OOO.1)OO'bar-> .nd"Wlfe
,'-been''Invited tothe' place by reportsof Poughkeepsle. N. ,Yl:Dr. Amojj' T. rels a year, has'' been opened pear Senator" Depart From Boston '

of large sums. of money hidden on. the Baker, acting superintendent., of the PUUburg.,. On a White Star ,Liner.Boston "'By JFradertc, .Ce', Howa.MB . i f.t

; ',premises.- state. hospital for .the criminal Insaneat Mass.Senator ''B, R. Till- ",, -.t; _ '"

Matteawan, testified tile Thaw CONFESSES TO KILLING SWEETHEART.; man IOf'Soul:t Carolina' sailed for1 Europe "l '-. '": -- -v-" ._- -, :')
CONFERENCE GOVERNORS ENDS.I' case Friday that. In ale opinIon ThawIs ,- Saturday en the White Star liner 1 private company predicted t.liurelaid he'cltywoutd gd' '

_ : Insane. Dr. Baker said -that, in-his Similar. Canoplc. Tbe.'senator, who I. accompanied bankrupt. So the council (belt ears. V K,
refused to sell
Case Very to Brown-Glll.tte I they
: 5Orsa( Things Expected Result From opinion It would be dangerous to pub . by his. rife, Is making the trip'tor .. ''T'
tfcesn m,
Meting Held In Washington.' llo safety to have Thaw go _large., /, Occurs In Utah. ," -,,', -?: his health. Before sailing Senator ,' cause'' they expected "the'cpme banker,- ., '!?' '
short w
; Washington, D. C.-The first confer PLANT N I SDES Kanab, Utah.-A' tragedy similar toevery Tillman discussed the political situation wea'tA i .,....: .. taj"ial.
-'" The first thing the,city did .
-expressing tbe opinion that If
.once of the governors of'the states or ,detall'to', the killing "of Grace '
I' Increase the of the employe 4Mau. RIM, ''vs. 4L'
the :American union' ended Saturday, Brown by Chester Gillette was brought Secretary Taft receives the republican : >511< wages
Wee many ot 'the important: events Omaha- Company Suffers Loss Approximated to light ,at KanaV Friday when Alvin presidential nomination,.tbe democrats'will' were added,;along with eve daya' hoMskor salt ftjfl7bis 4M"ps7" ,

--f history, Ume Is needed to reveal at 1260000.' Heaton. aged ,48, 'confessed that he :win ; Increased consideration for.the emptores sM sr'' Coals the "
1 the epoch which the president and the 'Omaha, Neb.-The Omaha Packing had murdered his sweetheart In' the : 'department'something! like $600,000a yeah Tlw''......011
governors bellfve. has been made That company's big plan -at'South Omaha canyon near Ordervllle- two ,months INGLE SAM BANKED FIRST did not atop here. Hauls were lengthened and fares cut down 33 percent: 'Today ''

( Its Immediate results are more than was totally,1+ '' destroyed by fire Friday ago,' .The girls) name,' was, Mary Stevens. one may ride a half-mile for a cent;,two and on.tlalrd miles Cor';t..o.08aU., .'

.,i ample Is the expression President night/th:'loss being approximated at .- i As 'An 'Importer of Brazfllatt Broducts and three: and .a halt miles for three cents ..For'fares are, arranged'on the y

Roosevelt who brought It about". and $1,260,000. The WAITING I During Year 1907,', tone system., You pay tor what you get.: The main thing ,..':what. doesthe-

cot" the governors 'Who participated.. : loss of roba.bl7.'ZOCl.; AFTER LONQ .. I Rio :Jall, lro,- Bratll.-Commercial average rider'pay T < ,1n'.1905' H was .1.89 cents while the average! far charged

(GOVERNMENT' 0,00. at tiered time. Get I statistics for 1907" show that the per mile was\ nine-tenths of a cent 'Of tbe 195,000,000 passengers carried, z.o .;
/AT I NAVY ,YARD:: -- Disinherited Share! of Estate. United States' ranked first' as an. importer percent paid but one cent GO percent but two cents.and only 10 percent of
I'f'One. :* of. the .N.w? Battleships. Will 'Be. ' MINNESOTA FAVORS JOHNSON. ' On Death of HI. Mbther.' of Brazilian ''products.<< with' the total number carried paid more than, the latter,a-um. ,Allfiresln. excess' 14
; New Yorks); N. Yi:-; -Although cut off ; double the Quantity" of Germa.ny/.whle:" of two cents night. be abolished and the earnings would hardly show' It 0
Built; the.Other" By : COMract.,l' Governor Is Indorsed'6y :Democrats : by hls'lather a millionaire., because he 'was second i--. ", And the cost to the city,for carrying the average passenger(not Including

Washington,.,D.-C.-One "of:"the-: two Presidential* Nomination., changed his reHglou's-.faltn years, ago, ; .The 'United State'-waa.thlrd: In the Interest cbargos) was Just under one cent In 1905. :An examinational the ,'.
list of I Brazil .
big battleships authorized by,cODcreli Rev. Dr David Gregg.,who for thirteen exporters. following
in the naval appropriation bill just ,St. Paul, Minn.-OovernorJohnsonwas ; years was" pastor of the Lafayette.Presbyterlani Great Britain and Germany respectively earnings and expenses: shows that the Glasgow tramway could pay all operat.oIn. '.

approved by the president will be built unanimously' Indorsed, -for the: church,. Brooklyn; has Just I .-. ,I n: ,:;- expenses: could maintain'thesystem-could pay local taxes the same aa ,
.at- the .Brooklyn navy yard. Acting presidential nomination by the'- state Inherited $780.000, under- the'.will .of '' 'a private company, and still carry passengers at a universal fare of one cent. a
Secretary elr Navy Newbury, has IsaueiLttrders democratic conyentlon." The vote at his mother; Mrs..",Margaret. Gregg. of "' RAILWAY; COLD BONDS SOLD; It could do this and make money,On the basis of last year',- earnings It would
to this effect.
will be built'by contract. made unanlm ua. . 1 Amount ;'of'$17,000ODODieposed of. expenses and maintenance; charge in-1908 were- 1.8S4.UO If the 1I5.767.519 ra

:WAS AWARDEDBIG. DAMAGES.. By H. .X.. Rogers. paasengerl'carrIed had, i>nia one cent each, the :earnings .would have been t
IN,. FISTICUFF. New, York; N. Y.- .IL., H. Rogers' .1.9G1G75-FroDaBcrlbDer': .. : .'-;,j
'I Hollow, ll I Sued Alleged Night Riders disposal of $17,000,000 of Tidewater
Disgraceful, seene'i Enacted In Leglsla BanT elr l Must IServe''Term i '. ,
'... .r'for: $50,000'; and. Got $35,000. railway gold bonds'revived.Wall street
ture of."the Baby" State.'J for Embezxlemtnt., I Paducah Ky.-The" Jury In'the'case according to rumors Monday. He was '- J '_-__&,

I GuthrIe,. Okla.-S nators 'Morris and Plttaburg, .-Thomas W. Harvey' ot Robert' Hollowell. who sued .hls pressed for cash 'to handle many'' pro. ) '
-Roddle engaged Ja a fUt fight on the former teller of the Enterprise Nation' brother and twenty-seven other.alleged ject. It.. said- the Tidewater cut-, Pekin _
.floor of the senate as a result ofolligFtdle al bank:'which alle.t. ,'leyeral years night rldors'' or' Caldwell county' for standing trust notes due 1909 amounting ( Improve/nents in : ,

i calling Morris a llstrt: Senate ago nearly $2,000,000;'surrendered $50,000)) damages for) driving him and to ten millions will be retired 1mmediately -'
l toddle sustained serious i bruises on himself to-the tederal authorities Frl his family, from the state, brought in the ,new issue Is made,'II.
!the head.. Senator Brook, who. Inter- day and was sentenced to serve seven a 'verdict. awarding the plaintiff cured -by..Tidewater bonds, and guar. :More 'Real Advance China; jin the Last

ok :"penedwaehtt. ,.by.,the -00111 bata.nla. years, Inthe .western penitentiary., :4 .1 LL.-IIJA! anteed by.i Rogers... . -. ". .,---,-' \Two 'Y'ears-Th a n'in ''Previous'Millennium a.
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Joepji Grigs
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WV"W.; Russell American minister- .
Slayer ), Fifty.' Years Old And Though. of. Big Estate In 'Scotland All,,;Forest Reservation'' Bills In- to Venezuela 'arrived, .t. New. York. r-tll.',.-- -.PIt ,. : ,

,To, ,,Be;Insane.. Loses,, Case On That Account . '. 'troducrd' at J>,...nt-Session.' Monday elL the steamer Caracas He', >>.*.*** COMPETENT authority: things Chinese states that during 'u''

': .JJalrmont.-, 'Va.-Temporarily in .. London, ,Eni-The 'eJ.lmantt a
according to hit own' statemeut: ; $500.000 Scottish ,estate lost 10_'cale all Appalachian-White *mountain forest proceeded Washington .Tuesday. ' I .i j .than. In tbe previous millennium., ThaT his Judgment Iin

the Rey. S. A: .Coffman, aged BO' year., before .the I chancery, court''today: i":' reservation) "bills session> that have been introduced The senate judiciary committee hit1, I I .A. .sound Is apparen/JO those who: enjoy ihe vantage ponttof! 'a
:'at 'this ; the. house com : ,
favorable report the, Alexander
Methodist made a en; -
promlent. .Episcopal clergyman -. cause the bench holds that Dakota di mittee.on''' agriculture ,Monday agreed ',: residence PeKIn. It has long! been predicted that changes, )t
bill which'had
,. .his' wife already passed ,
cutting, killed!: her throat' from early'Mondayby ear-to ear. vorces'are Illegal. The claimant.:'SUr. t ,report favorably a. bill creating. the' house,. providing'; for the compen be surprising& In ,their speed,:but:the_ most sanguine
; '
A :moment after the crime, he says, ling.. Is |the son o(, a':woman'formerly commission' Investigation.'. laUon '.of government"employes who. ,I mw.nj'would: hoped for what is 'taking place. '.

,, lie regained'his senses! and realtiec.what the wife of a' Canadian minister; who The commission la to consist of five are, Injured In the government service. < . pasting' through Pekla, the streets seem' to be the
members of the house and .five.members .
seemed .
.. most striking phenomenon. Three'years' ago'there
had done.<. _
secured a ikkota cUvorce.-The'woman ',of,the senate'' and' Is authorizedto 'United State! Senator,Thomas\. ""
immediately nderecS hlmsel little,hope that .the black mud and the'dtcgustlgg! sights snd.stenches would
He ,
then. married Stirling's father. The .Inquire '< during the summer recess Platt was .finally compelled defend,
'and was locked ever give place to anything better The board that bad been appointed to re
.t tip. uncle of the younger Stirling w.'next Into the project or federal acquisition himself Mnday.'In the divorce action :
( ( Coffman reXdes' at Rosstown,' and In 'Une and the court Questioned thelestttmacor of some mllllohs.ot acres' ot 'tlm ber- brought by Mae C.'Wood, who claimsshe pair the streets was considered to have aD'1\1e&n'ta.k\ and was the butt ot
"t'' AV. la charge'' of,, two, or,'three' local "SUrlln birth because ed and cut-over lands In the' Appalachian 'was married to' him at-tbe Fifth, many facetious remarks. Now the broad thoroughfares are fast being' !: converted '
!churches.. ."His 1 wife was ,'a member- and\ White mountain chains avenue hotel! November 9, ,1901, Into handsome 'avenue's. The centr.ll1Ortlon.. a strip ot abo'Gt'.ven yards.
pfa promlnetn'local family /.. ot, the dbcrce.BALLOT ;. i - .rfCT' \ ,' In width. Is being well macadamized wltb the aid of steam rollers.. 'This Is '

.- H1CHE8 (UTE 08 WAOE.CUT., William 'Clausen one of the most flanked on-each dralne of brickwork,'a row of trees, and' ,un- w
''BUILDING IMPOJfTAVT. RECOUNT GOT lO prominent art dealers In New York, ,
-.. .. .. '. .' was""arrested Friday .on a charge .of paved ''strip of flve yards la good repair, then curbed sidewalk' .of,vary Ingwldtn

:Measure. May Held ,Congress'fit 'S.s.slon Is Actually- n.ginonMay, 25th Bsfoe Statement ,tads, By Railroad Official having_sold to.William' T., Evans, a cheaply cemented with pounded lime and earth -The building Une has 'M

Until Rushed 'TI\ oug"Wa.hlngtOn . 'r; aC i Manufacturers'. C nv.ntlon.'Chleaao' well-known collector of paintings 'a been straightened, !necessitating tho.rebuilding of meyshops.the; rehabilitation t.
'>' / D. C.-.Congrtssmen\ Justice" Lambert' ;. JII-A fire brand 'was number or pictures is genuine ,which: of,which It- In keeping with the rest. Lona'-forpttn'leweraJa..e' been w'

are anxious that, ,,the.publicbuilding .'New :Yorks: ,W Y-Actut1 recount thrown Into the Manufacturers" are,alleged to tie. forgeries reopened and'places) of conveniences erected, the use of which /Is made,,compulsory. -

.ibUl'; : 'is aald.aad will of;'the ballots"' cast'In the list municipal vention at the, Auditorium annex'wheu 'Engagement; .bf gold for export to Innumerable unsightly,sheds which have occrnjiwdJ: aU the roadway are':
>tooUtlhe session of congress until the r W.:C.:' Brown,;;' vice president of the : Europe'; conupued at New York Mon being removed, forever, It Is hoped.'and the squatters have sought other fields ty''
,I oreHdent acts.and then 1f'lt"11 vetoed .election Is'to' iegtn'.May'25th: : before New Turk Central lines,;and'anr Invited day. Goldman. Sachs' ,Co./ took i In which to pIt' the''" ,trades. The new'roadways are: guarded by uniformed *'"t'r' '

.-.' wlll endeavor to pass Jl over thereto :,Justfcel:. ill t"-t"f'the supreme "visitor,::asserted .that If ,the ,railroads I I 1760,000; Heldelbacb."'Icke elmer >* police-In'their! 'sentry'boxes,:,and, kept tn order by numerous laborers.- Fine', :+w

ills 'expected agreement, on' '.the/ cur courtla'the,. quo .warr.nto proceeding were freight-rates'they not permitted 'establlah,would Co',. 92SO00> ,-and the;Ri so-Chlnese' i telephone'poles.0 strung with counties.copper.wira, replace the;topaytnrvyUna : e
Increased .
nuoyb111'will: be-'reached Jn' confer-. "jiroughtt0, test George,!.', McClenAn's forced to> 'retaliate bjr cutting tb9. bank '2BO.000,'making a total( of.$2$;-! of the last few years.. '-The'teleplaoae Is no longer a curlo tty,'but ts fast

!' ( nee. 'It and approved.the committee- 'wU1 soon, report. .right.I ,to alt as'mayor.of.... ,.of.. Jlew' Tork. wages of .609,000...nplo .. .p00,00D' movement began. ,.i becoming,a necessity.. ,to t, progressive>> Q, business. ,men., -' From The".. ,Century.r ,., ,.-' .,"Z' ;'f' ""

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wrt iiir nir TIT ... l .1--..- - TT j M- ' South Stables46L '
( n-r\ .. Sunny.
Many a 'Florin Household Will
Office In Valley Gazette Building
Kind Them.. So. y .
j To have the pains' and aches of a :
bad back removed; to bepntlrelv free NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN \\ "sPRfl.iTGda

,W. B. HARRIS, Editor ar4 Prop'rSUBSCRIPTION 'from annoying, dangerous urinarydisorders j II .
is enough to make any kidney LIVERY SALE and BOARDING i" :

t To tell bow this J ,
BATES: sufferer grateful. lot

O One-eon.,v>* nontne y.........................v... ... .. ..........$10 10 great ohant; can be 'brought about I -_..__._........... ._...__.__..._\._..1-.1 Paese. .=' :'
.......1 words to hundreds .
will comforting
ONe.px.W&Naenthal..r..u' prove ( :
r .. of Florida reader, Well equipped with Ntw[ Stock and Vehicle and j ,,">

tl rout, exoept Iii.lga.d tram by oar tbe andwn wHtev. A. Ocrllng seaman of 419 L Street, prepared to meet all demands with Perfect: Satis ,'-__ 'r2

_ 1IeeetIod tatter will not b.\t.nsad anhMMend Pensdoola.. FU., tells bow to do it. faction. 1 ,',
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-- lie says: 'rom my experience
1; & at UM...........In KMmroea, Fla.M Doan's Kidney Pills 'I can strongly! ," Our lineNalmost: completewith
..ond.eleee. mall matter. recommend them to anyone In need or j
: : ', =.' a good medicine for the kidneys. Kidney 77 . HEAVY HAULING ,SPECIALTY. . ;

complaint and backache caused '""' .! Ginghams Calicoes ,
'Friday May. 32 1908. ,
.. me suffering at intervals, for years. 1 t '
Then-. or second attack I did not .. ,
mat. mind but a* time Vent by they grew Lawiis White.Goods Etc.Irrhe
thrt > ; .
. We have felt all no worse and at. time laid me up. 1 1 . .
ter bow.the primary went the' county could hardly walk and It was a difficult City Barker ShopNEW t

would be safe. All the local candi- matter to straightenafter. stoopIng early buyer gets the-
dates running were good and capable while the. kfdnev secretions were >.. ,
Irregular and unnatural Doan's Kidney '
men; ana to pie. average voter it really be's't'
Pills cured me. I'Vom persona UP-TO-DATE electi .
AND on. .
made little difference as to who was experience know, that!:,, this remedy' ,
elected or defeat d. It was merely a can be depended upon to fulfill the '
friendly contest In which there were representations made for It.*' I -t
no Issues Involved except personal by all dealer.; Price GOcents. .
one., and now ;that It is over all Fostor-Mllburn Co., Buffalo Values
should be willing to Join hands and .New York, sole airenu' for the United Hot and Cold =Baths Your for 11oliett
assist tboiie who have beea elected to States.. ,
make the best, officers possible. Let Itcniember the 'rimuc-i-Doan's--enrt "
those who were defeated as well as other.' learnBenedicta '
no ,
those who were elected forget. any dUe _. : Cigars
fereaoes or hard feelings that, may -" ---T- --
have arisen in the beat. of the content, .LKATZ
and all get together and work for they
upbuilding of Osocola county. "

R Oit'us' fruits on' Muck Lands. POOL ROOM IN ,CONNECTION.
4- i I JC
The Editor Valley GawtWs. II
dirt '
i Any letter relating to our chief In a .iia u6 .gllra&>8r r Itt.a.erlnrtrAg.k CiAt'A '
dustry (agriculture) will, 1 an sure, BUDDED TREES !
find room In your column, and I Do'OU SUl'CKU the I1M of ",,womanhood, ; JUT RECEIVED A FULL LINE OFWhite
therefore send you this contribution iiianjr women dO lulrer' Do you ;
.' feeling certain that you will recognize want to get well without the necessityof Islesworth Nurseries. r 'n
4 the Importance of the subject to the rulnfulezamtnallonaand embarrasilngonnsultatlonsf
State generally and to Osceola,county Do you want to take a RoseGoods. 'f
In particular remedy right Into home and cur
A general opinion prevails that. our yourself your ..CHASE &I ICO., PJ>()PIUE'fORS. .TO'.N': HOARD,.AGENT

drained muck lands are unsuited to ft" We will\ have ready for\ next Fall and Winter planting a general r
the production. of oitru. fruits Now, s BENEDICTA 53: assortment of Orange and Grapefruit Trees of all leading varieties. ':, ,
as far as 1 can learn, t.berea little or Ii a "W man" Medicine." A prescription \ .}*Our trees are budded on jrood. healthy roulb' Lemon and '
no foundation for this opinion. No pf a phyvlcian who mad. th. study of P. .- Sour Orange roots, guaranteed free from Insects pests of any kind. : f i
one has scientifically grown oranges. :Jial Diseases bis specialty. It was used All budded from bearing trees In our groves and therefore true. to I 'f
on muck lands, and uo practical ex. aucceufullybyhim In his praetlc It bas Ilan[ name. Our facilities for growing nursery stock are second to 1
perl men t in Ibis .direction. has been !boon Wad successfully by thousands of none and our frees-are as fine as moLey and twenty. year's experIence .
H made till quite recently. The! Lee, women during the many years since. Pro can produce. We mi u:
r+' Parsons Cattle Company decided on irreiflr phyaiclans liave also found It a val famous California Valencia Late. which is Destined to become the j Canned Fruits. Jellies, Jams, Marmalades Vegetables ,; .
setting out about dye thousand tree utble aMUtant, when they deilred to avoid = greatest mOney-n aker in J Florida. Our Val''ude' l come direct
at Southport on the lands- drained b, an operation. from the IMM, beuflne tires in the district now f unions for producing Fish Etc. '
;y the Southport canal and have al. thebew' Valenclas in California. !
ready set out three thousand trees. BCNEDICTAs
They were Influenced In making this Write for Prices to J. W. HOARD, Gotha I='la., or call one see our Nur = 61Co.l \
the of the a vegetable remedy. It.. made from R. Floyd > ,
experiment several by large fact orange and existenceof grapefruit roots, berbs and barks known to POSMMproperties series at Waco on Florida Midland R. R. ]
which Bare woaderfol curativend
7 trees which had been set out a 1.
tonlo effect: the female and ,. :1 ;
upon organs .
more than twenty years ago. 'The.etreel ir .l .r--vv .pV.ViVefV .lrcTV>ViVVif .ripqrVi .fVNEW .
b aye borne excellent) fruit for nerrous system. Without mentioning tbe
form.of female troubles that women .
and In Inhealthy many ,
many years are every way ,
+' condition the apparent.I I suffer we lay that there Is no trouble of this. i
a only .
C. A,CARSON JOHN M. LBB. N. B .CAHSON.President. .
kind that lodiclt will not Immediately. -
drawback that the fruit Is not as':
being .
[bright a* they desire., i tare,and-dnally cure. Vlc.-Pr..ld..,., Cashier.! ;

Before proceeding any further with. SPRINGGOODS '
their plantinelihey decided on Irving BENEDICTAIs State Bank of Kissiitittiee.Kisslhimce .
obtain the best expe.t opinion .- prepared carefully and scientifically, and : '"
: Bible the State, and requested me I with the eoa.cloe.nes 01 the responsibility Fla. '. .
to correspond with Prot. Rolfs, the of grrjng to suffering women a remedy that ----- '
director of the-. State Experimental will not.only be beneficial,but also harmlessn "
PAID CAPITAL.,...:., .. ... Ii' 80Ooooo -
Station at Gainesville and Invite him effects: no matter what may be th.condition it i
here to make. personal inspection of of tile woman taking It. 'STOCKHOLDERS .IABILI1Y..,.:.?. ...... BO 000 00 ,
the conditions prevailing and most It Is sold at 11.00 per bottl., by DEPOSITORS SECURITY.... ,..,.,..,.; 'tOO 000 00 t
probably point out remedy for the n, rt

1' ruisetlng of the fruit. In reply'' to Roberson's Pharmacy Prompt and Careful Attetulo given .'1o k*t. 'matter* entrusted \ .. .
'this Invitation Prof. Rolfs pointed } to ua. Exchange: Rood at all point at cheapest: 4 t
out that his department was overtaxed rates. ,

with work and that the State KISSIMMEB. FLA. .,... -, YOUR.. BUSINESS ,.SOLICITED.i, ;\ '. J A
contributions small to be
were so as
out of all proportions to the work required -

; what with!., 2,000 citrus grow! THEWOFtLDS 6AEATESTSEWIN6 MACHINE ,", ,", .. '.. ,"'r"'c H,' '\'".''" ? ., "VjMvv t
: era thousands of, yegeublo growers 1Y d
and farmers, each thinking his claim LIGHT RUNNING ; t_

7' R '''of had paramount the utmost importance difficulty in, .the eeplnl station[ in Fayorite: :Fertilizers H:: C. STANFORD .,: ( .
touch with the many demands made
upon their time. I again wrote him I4 HQ M(
chat our county presented different
a features to any other in the State; that FOR CITRUS AND ALL OTHER CROPS..
we were the first. county In which TeASH''STOREtl'
th drainage has been done to any great -..0FERTILIZER -- A i .
extent and that a'sufficient' length'oftime -
had elapsed, since the drainage . .
to thoroughly test the value of the :
lands for various ,.Agricultural products Calico, 60 pr yd. Pictures and Picture F'rtr.8ri0. ; 26o
and that had bodies e '
we large
; "I'
111'e Lawn, 401n. VIde, 15o per yd.
of muck lands available for 'i fruit i.I.NSECTIOIDES
Jrrowlnlr,-1t his expert opinion would Lace, 61" In. wide, worth '20c, sells Spool Thread at 4c., +.
1 encourage/ It. -FOR IALB BY-- 15o. ,
t4 ? Jn part reply I received the follow- Ladle Union Suits at 100. t. 4 :
: Ingi i Cssslmere Pants, worth 2.CO, sell : .
"I am.very glad Indeed, to find you I J. ,M. LEE, : KISSIMMEE. at $1.7.5 Good.Do r Lock with two Irajrs. 20cJ .L L

..Too understand'.frequently our! .ouv difficulties\ well.take ":0. AGENT FOR Pin Strip; Pants. worth 91.50 sell at o Nice Suits Clothes worth 114,' at $!<> f

y It as a matterof Inactivity when we tl.OO. One-gallon Coffee Pots. Iro,jfttlSo. '.
do not comply with their personal,. Jacksonville Jeans Pants, worth *1.75. sell at ,5 't'"
y sires: Sanders Fertilizer Company. Fla. 126. New Dress Goods from 15 to 25o +
"From your description and letters iiT apl 17 c, b t. Y f
I am confident that'a visit to .Southport : 1

.$ great-and Interest,the grove, and I there trust also will may be be of 'I ;;; iA"'" - ........ ,', ' a.. ...s''si'S.........''a'a+sV1..ieR.O.MEEK .... You will find, Bargains In Shoes :

of ,.luLto the State at large. I know -
the opinion'ii altogether too prevalent Jf BbutUeora-HlnrleThreexl you: waatelUmra Vlbi..tlngBhntaeBotaty.(Chad l.Woal) I Every .Day in the Week. y

that drained lands can "never Sewing Machine WrIte to. -- --
prodnee, !good citrus groves." THE NEW NOME$EWIN. MACHINE COMPAII --
i .4 Florida's chief Industry In the near ,1'- Or.ap..lti.... '
't future will lie in the production of the ,Hrnnr.*wluw. _IICb'' Mil ttedl.M ofquallur. Real Estate., Fire. Life, Accident 'und' Tori i ROLL. INS COLLEGfE
oll,therefore every encouragement .but ti..Heir He a*.U was :
v L should be given to such institutionsa , Our cusnatr*****turn oatveld nado Insurance.' : >"
thatpres1de4 over by 'Profellol'Roltl. Iky _tktrtH>. *Ve.lere'"aa4.. FLORIDA'S OLDEST COLLEGE.

"' Jbet us .impress upon our SAL ay :: Armour's Fertilizers. International- : College Academy end Sehools of Music, ,Expression, Floe grte-Dome f ''
Representatives the necessity and tic aDd .IDdus rlal Arts '
and BUBlnel.
value of dying' adequate financial Stanford Carson Graves Hdw. :: ,vester"Company's'Engines and Pumps. Rebuilt, : I Oarae"o Hart and thl... men'.4onnUor, pow guiDer up: .leclrla tilth",steam ano luna_r". t

support and get our county com- Co. Kissimiri 'e., Ra. Typewriters all makes.good new $35 to $50 COlt beat iinka large. b."b&Jl faoultyl and perfect buket-beU bealth condilloo'l ehamplool dn. of gymnasium Florid. afhl.tie. deldi I..."oouraa.. if
tMa ,
I' o misslonee to make: an appropriation ) :; | million donan eudowmeuti. .r. Nearly a qu.rterof' moderate .bolo"h.p't' .
;' for the same laud abble'purpose,, aDd ----- - -_...,- I.nomlD.tlonol, stands tor available Christian. .gut oDd.. : ,

w ..if the the matter press up la with each, county their Represent-will take .-. .6a..irflueraftcr. t IKISSIMMEE.I IFLQ)) IIDA.MkuCSuAuri 1 CHARACTER CULTURE CONDCJCT. "'-

,. ..1.-4 f. insist' on putting bC rM. : "
Institution ID such a 'position that TILLER 11AIMF1ktRedMNs'e.'N 1'+sratRS''# !#e'i''iIMMMka...-.d I Next session be lns October 7, For catalogues address the President, 4
l each county would be enabled to 'send

one of Its ablest students. to It. These = Real Estate Agency.Tl = ., ., WM. F. BLACKMAN, Ph. D., Winter Park; :FJ .,,. ,,

"m "jrounxtnen Klven BOOM appointment should afterwards In their"re be- NtNeNN.aaMNNNN.Realty .-......&.>'-.Ao itxea rAC.euaarAs.arikBaA..A.' .. .m-all...a: .suet: ..., I. UOV 1 08 ." f}

spective counties,* and in touch = = .. rl1.e
Keep '
- with the bead ,Institution. By' this bought and sold.. J. W. PictDre t Moulding.All I "
means It appears to me,"'valuable aid Houses rented., :- ,*Jf t' TBOJIIPSDJI$ .
= d
oould be given at almost any time,' the '.Taxes paid and ''Titles'ven. lit Kinds Bawer Ha. BUBSCRIBB FOR THE

more difficult matters being referred. ifled for non-residents. .j' 'l I of Frames,, N. ta..eeOood j jFERRrS IMS-UNION)
las..d fLORIDA''

i o- .to.I headquarters meN)" throw this. out as' a. JSURsestlon. I' Fire, Life and'Accident.! FUNERAL: DIRECTOR .4.4I .1.1IJCENSBD"EMBALMBR made,to Order, t enasW 5naa the most JIM o"reet ;,r rti
State Plrpep
,but I trust the Importance of surance. tnj j ,
the subject} to the .whole state will : Indemnity 'Bonds. .DULY. AND IUIIDAI'IuIIOndJ kma. *i
.1' 1 I t N,- ''
fprovcrauffloleDt apology mv taking +> Prompt' tntion'.Qiy toi. \; Moatbitmata..510.
op so.much of your. space. 9?_ -'tf'V'Nf+i,._. J .
orders sent by mal or.telegraph. SEEDS '
C. MALINa" .1 ,
',., t Also .Nfce/Line1 of., Ladies' and (r' i liwted.uda. a ease '
Ik Tamer
PILtStWlil.m& 'I. *- a..W INMI L ear sIYIaod .anJ fruit Grower.;
'Tornado and windstorm Insurance, PILBSI.PILBBI' OentsBurial .J* 'gas,,..a_Ar.N e.f tr6. fee ,....., heue ot the h.IoW..U. ds'
fmUin 'Pile Ointment will mrt .. ."j .....- ----. -
steam ; I .. te1L w sots.e..e .1j "' ''' Mciuue rralu.Lao".
tl/w-amt rasa toe
:f. stop.rpslit/' rent, build jour o 0 U Blind,.tumor Bleeding, alure and the Itching ltoMnga.11..onee.-w. 'U abeorbe aeponltlee q'' ' Residence. West Side 'of tp.Wfe. ,, b.'t ao.n.d.Imr.eeMr. Sieec. ,eee.MallM7eMMibeeri.n......._tot>Uaa'1.11I"ear, ". '
i. 'oottaire. through. Jacksonville Dee. a' irivee inetant relief. .Willlsms'I.dlw 'Pii 10 .T8'" . ": Court House Square r Jun walmrs.wa; | '
Pile Ointment to for Pile and i : : : j FIMIHTINM UIli'lAOksoarlllu. Fla '
d :velopmeot Coj Call off J. tt. Will- prepared t $- ;.
"son, Jr. .'' ., '. ., 'I. ' OweoiiPb.rniMT.WaMxltl.OU.''''blD.oI t fee private .. Mold only' by the .._'....-..-'.lc.dkflBalk: _;&.>etallr.o..A.A! Aa ? ,. ,
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k C j.0ur' line is the. larg-, :
5 Complete Line of Crockery BYCF; '

J, ; bat best and prettiest .

i y \r r.: 'r ". ever in Kissimmce.and Displayed ,in Rissimmee.We .

: MARKED LOW. Rockers: of all kinds,, "
are +
: .Book Cases Side ''Boards .r have a beautiful. assortment O l .h .,..
Fanoy Silver Pieces, Vases Cups and
.fL' / China Closets, Dining I I Saucers. Cake Plates Berry' and Water
Set"' Salad Dishes Etc. Dont fail .to
) Chairs, Oak Suites Iron ,see them, *.

?*"- Beds and Bed Springs:: FOR THE'CHILDRENWe

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'.1-; :- Line have a complete line of Dolls DollCarriages 1r
\' ; We Carry a Full Rocking HorsesDrums, ,

: Balls, Air Guns Express Wagons. .BIG
l \ LINE OF 8 and 10 CENT TOYS.

.1 A Spendid Line ofllugshnd Matting at 'ltloRt.1

1 Everything must be sold Regardlessof t

,f>c, I.J' Reasonable Pries. Cost Nothing to be carried: ove.STANFORD .1',

1"" , CARSON GRAVES HARDWARE, JQ"l: "' '. '.

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I The Klsslmmee Valleu! Gazette I Bov .ulu'at. Cash Ttore.i i\ Mr. H. D. Fuller'was) from Lakeside I 5 or 6 dose of'"1166'11, \ cure any A Letter from Dr. Breaker. Notice.Pursuant '
Groves a few days ibis week., case of Chill and Fever, .Cold La-
Kod'aic. ; ,
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-------- -- Eastman and r'supplies at grippe. Havenel S. O., May 18th. 1908. to the authority-vested In
TELEPHONE NO. Osceola Pharmacy. \ 1)'or) 0 dose* of "000".will core any 4- Possibly some of your reader may m. at the last i>.ett tiug of the Demo
I"' case of Chills and Fever, Cold or La- Capt. Mating: expects to I leave next like to know something of the country County Executive Committee; w
"Sueslne silks" so extensively' advertised'In grippe.: . week for a three! month' 'visit' In where I am. Ravenel. I* a small placeon I htitbycall a meeting-uf'saldCorn-
'yPUBLISHEDUEVERY.. .FRIDAYBT all the leading: periodicals England.Use the same railroad. that runs through mUles to be held at the court house In
on sale at Katifs.! Mr. 'D. N. Floyd, has moved hisfamily ,
: mile from Klsstmmee JO
; 23
GuarW Klsslromee about o'clock
-. Into C. Plank'. Chill Tonic a. m, on
,, W.Orimn's. cottagenear SoM Chapleston. It*. population 1. composed Monday May 25, 1908. for a
Mrs. Chas. N. Hildreth, of Live the Midland railroad teed. Price 25 cents. by all pun
d. \ W.ES. Oak, Is visiting her old friend l.\, druggists.. "ull7-8 wo.tlyof railroad men and nose of canvassing the re&.lIrnlll wf the
/ # 1\11'1'1 their families, and. few person engaged Demooratlo primary, and otftrans-\ s sacting '
===" A. L. Woodward. at the, Judge H. A': Barlow, of Whittier If, you'need anything In ''Winter r'
.S ', OFFICIAL' WEATHER REPORT parsonage I was In town yesterday, having come Goods you savo frorrr- to fiO" percent In mercantile business.: One any other business that 'mat 4."
to all denomln..tloll'l come the committee.
to bring In the ballot box from that church common
< d5.;.21 iss' tuir*** *..*! "*tn* T.UI" Keep cool by using a'cooler which ; precinct. at Stanford. Co.'. .,< a. school saw mill post office, and T., M. MUKPHY,:;Chairman.,'

I you may purchase from the Home. Mr. K.: Lamon came'I in from Nar- three store constitute the publld s
"ax. Mini; Rainfall.- Store for little money They are Messrs." Jas. Giles, R. K. FulleY,' coossee Wednesnay to bring.'In the buildings, some dozen pr so dwelling J
good but cheaf "' Joseph Guernsey and W. L. Palmer ballot box from that precinct.. and five or six farms on tbe outskirts
---I of Orlando came down by auto and I make up what constitute: the
The Christian\ and Missionary Alliance \ Hon L. C.'Massey, of Orlando was WE HAVE: JUST!
spent a few hours here Monday afternoon town. ,
F'M, l.. .. .. . ...... .. 'i 67es : will meet on next Tuesday night here Monday night in the Interest of Just bepond.Havnel. on the South
:=-. ..::::: : : MlM: I at the Alliance hall. Rev. U J.\\ his candidacy for the State Senate side is body of land known a* RECEIVED: '11

Monday ::.. ::: : .:'. HOW: = : .81 FOlter, -will preach. The first peaches of the season were St.o"e.wood. delivered in town. at Young' Island which I I. only part.
Today... .. 04'M brought in last Saturday and were on 11.00 per strand. of a Vast stream. of country extending
''n..w .dq... . 9y0 A the word best to refrigerators IIou.ekeeper.-You and freezer.can. sale at D, Rotundo' fruit. stand. 18-It KJBSJWMU'LuxBItR CO.'Mr. : from Adam's' nun to. Charleston a a new and complete line, of Drug:; '
,I set Though the fruit was small they sold distance of 30 miles with about e '_
j ." at the Home Store. Don't buy until like hot cakes tft: a cent apiece. Watermelons '' and'Mrs. Henry 8.ass, of Bar- miles ptrnarl land projecting Into, ft. and Patent '
f :. Medicines of the HP
": -.- -- you have seen them will. now be In In a few days. tow, have been spending the week but leaving good miles of the ; one .

,7 :t % ,,",, , Send collars cuffs and' shirt. visiting relatives here and at Or finest.'vegetable lands. Just thlok of best "Isortm.nb'of'
: your .The ballots used In the primarythis lando Thevleaveforhome todajr. Stationery.,'
bed 80 In cabbage
White Star The a plant of acres
to the Laundry.
? J : LoCAL Home Store will send for soar' packages r.e... were about-forty inches long Sam. of plant only,. To give you spine idea. ever b I'ht"to ,Kisslmmee
: THE: HELD.: and precinct, where about 400 Grlttin, Orlando; was 10I business Young1 ;; highgradettfgars. .
1 of the
: cabbage on
.. j I If,vou will notify them. 47-tf votes were cast the Inspectors were I towiuMonday. and while here put In "
Island from 7ft are
alone to ear
l {, exercises ill night( and until about. ten o'clock some good lick for Sheriff J. H. Tobaccos and Cigarettes :.
It takes
the *aw-
\ Commencement of hipped out daily. tW9 .
Yiok, who was a candidate before theprlma..1'
.Wednesday "
them i
f" : Osceola High School will beilin'next.. flallls to. cut thecrets. : material and
for delegate 'the national to .suit the most fastidiousfBaseball
: '" + wN """' after which It took some "me0 makeup to ..
Wednesday evening and continue you couldn't'get them to 'saw anything .
Democratic veotion.!
through till Monday evenlolt.Tbe' the returns.-" They were 011 duty. j' con else not even enough' plank to : "'
; Tuner \ Goods on hand and
+;: Wade, the nearly tblrty hours. The new photo studio opposite C.\w. build'a col lo. more! _

'For Bicycle, 'Shanibarger, 'Or- County will'Democratic meet next Monday Eeecu'tiveCommittee to' Supt. E. P. Dann, of the electric Dann'. store on .Broadway' Is now '1 have. spoken of cabbage only;; but coming;.$lng!' >shot rubbers" for every ..,
'undo. 9-6t. light plant, has built himself new, open Npennanentiy. Mrv ',Armstrong there are. strawberries. beans and . .
canvass the return and declare the;. taptha launch which!, he has been ....7. b.vlolf'retu"Ded from his trip w New Irish potatoes.' A* fast a* one cropIs boy :in Klssimmee 'Toilet; ;'
official result of the orlmary election. ;(; '
Dwelling, for rent., apply, to M.Tiller. log on the lake this week He now hast York. 'He 1* now equipped with high- off another takes Its place. Corn '
., V' Wanted.-Good : : Dnifgifttei -
4 of land work Dana is for doing the best. city work which he on such business, laraa .
watchesKats's. . 1 .00 at grower to rent } acre. ; to perfection... Mr. a carry a. " '
...Ingersoll Midget' '' ".'*" ," tiled and Irrigated on Paradise'II- mechanical genius and' any work !;. intend to\ turn out. at'country prices Dumber of bands. are necessary, aim, hm..hp., : i ''"sfcor* ;
!I< '. land. For term. apply to F. Vans which he undertakes In this line is el- His former* low: prices will prevail women are a.* useful. a* men la some .. JV'Xfc .ia..!rS. ,!'"I.''" ,
"<.',.J J Born to Mr. and Mr.t C. A lax. Agnew.-, 20tfMrs. () way accomplished with superiorityand while the stock'on hand holds out, work. To see 75 or 80 picking( beans. ; tybllc'tsalwet.! to' ,
"'W}:: on Mond.,. Man 18* h- a n.Postmaster Jessle'BJacknell skill.Strayed.One. possibly"week or two. As b* baa in one field Is a sight. sThese are. all ; .. ,
: White 01.Ja.per .
., purchased all the negative made by negroes'onl1"- .white aie" being employed : '
..:. S E.. E. 'Skipper" of, Drs Fie.. ts.expected at 'the Methodist : large covn color the Burgett jurothers, -who made as bosses find bi an, up-to-date, .Drug I.,.' Store:
'How in Wednesday parsonage on Wednesday, to black and white .spotted with black photos\about the. city a' few weeks I have confined 'my description to
town ;
,, was ? can be found atHisskumee
visit her friend and former teacher. neck butt head marked crow split |
\ ago, you can obtain more picture one locality. Alt along. this stretch
'Mr, Beldt\; >f Tampa is 'vlsltlno Mrs.. A, Woodward, two, underblts in one ear,, sWeJlowork from them any. time by calling at the of country.there Is, the same trucking.I I .I
her daughter, Mrs. : C. *. Griffin. Lo it...Double case, monogram underblt In the other. Any' one studio and leaving your orders have counted train passing our

holds. thirdtrick B. M.. K. ) Gold watch, with I- i eur'- finding her will please; notify me and MMI >**MlMMIH'W ''H' llfletchef < depot In one day'and two- of them. Drirg Ce. "
Mr. A. B.Evans now I L will pay them for their trouble1. '
of 48 and CO box
the cars.
Iplls pin on Midland train in ornlar : are
the local telegraphic force. E. D. WOOTBM.Lo Wires Thanks.
on ) Qotha. Return to this. oMce,".and t I The weather bas been cool most, of .
ilve liberal reward ughm o.n Fl a. the time slnoe I came' here but we Prescription ....ruJll' and Ji. 'r
T Leave. packages: for the White Star Just before going to press the Valley ana t
Laundry with.The\HomeStore. 47tf apt. F.. M. Mobley, whose steamer, 'Mr: fcVank.: VansAgnewbas'gathersed : .Gazette is in receipt of the following have had well.plenty of rain_' crop. are Accurately Filled,.
At will theXJuanlta, Is tied at Fort and shipped In the past week about : telegram- from Hon'-: D.. U, looking
r; > or 6 dose of 5666" l cure enycaYe up eighty' barrel dt cucumber from'his : Don't. let any body Imagine _that I
of Chill and Fever, Cold or La. Gardner,' awaiting the rise of the Fletcher: ,
( three acre patch on Paradise. .Inland. Jacksonville, Fla.-May. 22, 1908. am here to stay. I confidently expect -
grippe. \ water In the river and lakes: came.up. These cucumbers were raised on irrigated W. B, Harris editor Valley ttazette.Klsilmmee If I !live, to. return to Florida., when
yoteIn the
Tue. to primary
Born to Mr. and \ Mrs \ W, O. ay land and. have been bearing ,'Fla. winter comes again.
e Bronson on Monday May\ 18th, a. Cap Clay-Johnson. has. pniahedthe heavily\ for some time..' Mr.;. Vans I want to extend my sincere thank D. 7J.' BUAKEH.Vi. ,

daughter. \ \, work of overhauling and repainting Agnew baa tbe thanks'the Valley and grateful appreciation to the., peo-' I I11.R0T.UNDO'IFancy [ '
and the steamer Llllle, and Is now at. workaoooooooooooooaw'tooe'ioooae Gazette for a. bountiful supply: which pie of Osceola. countyfor'the mag -
. it- ";' The packages HomelStore; foe will the\ send Star getyour on bis barges, getting them In -' /firstclass 'were brought in this week, nlfloent vote they gate me to the first 'C 'jifjDZOi o oL
,4 .
Laundry." Wblj T-tf shkpe for tbe river trade./ Cut prices on woolen, 'ioods at Sta' primary. Assurance are being .
-5 the Lamar 'and Heard I
boot of .Co. ,
Our spring samples for ,I
'-fl r*.'Missouri Bronson oe 10' s v- y J people from allover the State. ; thatthey
time with mad to' measure garments, Is" .Mr. J.'C. Bast, of Orlando,* was
Brad en town to spend some will support me in the second .
\ replete.wtth\all the new things,"come. here ...terdayLand that his and Family Qrotceries .
:. Mrs. Oodbolt. report 'primary.i .My friends are confidentof I I' ti
arid a rood selection' : '
early get- 'Uncle '
father,' Quinn who
was ."
: ultimate success "
E.D" our. ;
i e Messrs. Hog an and J. C.: ,. ,,KATZ'S. carried to Orlando some time ago for DUNCAN U.TLETCHEK. ,
Griffin\ came up from .Loughman to treatment-with large carbuncle' On REAL ESTATE Aaia '
from .
+ Any matting: purchase us, J .
' vote in Tuesday' primary.. forcash, aod.retailing at 25 'cents tbe back of his neck ..1.I now In a very I I L ; Nya:

t George Saunders expect* urleave per yard or more will be laid free precarious condition, and it is feared 'Buy a Kodak.The '
a In a. few days for a visit'to his.parent of charge in any house within the that he cannot recover He Is eightyone -. Osceola Pharmacy has 'secured i ,Fresh Fruits: Nuts and.1'
'." '' old and for six weeks now I -
.'at Providence Rhode Island. ; city limits. >Thl Is guaranteed by year
the local. for the famous Eastman -
#y .. ;.elt.. agency '
the. Home StOre. has been unable to lie down and KISSIMMEE FLORID Confectioneries) .
Attention, Teachers.-AH yourne- Kodak., and now have them In .
nltl.. for tbe coming 'examination 'Mr. F.;,A, ..Arm'urollQ'.be photographer The/l ay'Stocking for children and stock ranging In prices from 12 to 912. -

can. be had at the Home Store.' ," returned last Saturday from ladles. .at-Stanford. Co., .< Buy one and. make ,your own pictures.. ROGERS' "

' a Mr. ann Mrs.'' 'J. Kt Singletary! New York where be bad been for a Mrs. J; H..Wheeler, of Orlando, LIVERWORTrr
14 were from Loughmao the early brief stay,. Mr. Armstrong' his died suddenly, of heart failure at the GO'to'Klillm ee Dru'll Co., and get TAR AND OANCHALACHJA.For Full, Line Canned* Ooods.
up friends a pleasant surprise by, bringing delicious Scbraffta chocolates.. the complete. eon of Conch. CoMa
e i 4s part of the ,weep! visiting relatives. back with him' Mrs. Armstrong, : home Mr.-and of her Mrs.prother-rn-law It.. LJ Hurling and elaler"whom; They some have a contract with manufacturers Aithm tendingtoeoonmptlon.and ......., Urerwort all. .......oomplal., Tar an.<.lWild cfaiand. . ) Tobacco: .

.; .A beautiful assortment of the new to. whom he-was. married. ., while, ,away. she was visiting near this city last for fresh goods shipped direct ctivrry. hare for sass .....lalaed anMttbliitted
lace. Filet\ Cluny. Valenciennes. etc.. atKATZ'S. ,. Laundry.-The '. army, .for. the I Monday morn Ing'about 4:30: o'clock. ,from This contract requiresill repet.tlos a* a MKlM4 .oaan .
goons remMr It eontolos no opium or h.rm.1m
old to be shipped back toFactory
"'" White Starlaundrr'isnow at' the The remains were carried to ,Fort ,e.o be dyed with safety *o eMIdreo,
e' , ;;vlTbe Home -Store, will call. for your Home Store., and If not 'now'a; customer Christmas for Interment. The deceased and. 118J' .lroodl; shipped out. : |l ox Sold only. toy Owwola rhanuwy., Goods are All and, '
y k laundry. Please have the change for ring: up 164 and. get: 09 the list, lady had been,In III health for No stale. goods are. to 'be offered .for- i ,
him-on delivery of toe sametf.' 'and you win be called. on'every' week, some time. but during her .ale.. __. _____ ,2() tf. ,Prices Low. '. ,
without any further notice. This she was thought. to be improving and : Jd' PJ.' :E, F AKERS,: ,
'We are Indebted. to'Mr.'J. F;O'Berry laundry give most prompt' and her sudden demise came a.* a great 'Fine strain While :Leghorn fowls; !
r 1" for' some: fine cucumber grown i elflolett service, at Tampa prices. shook to her relatives, Male .I.rot female,'' SI 00; "egg. ,.
j jj.{ on his irrigated farm., on Shingle I ..... 1.00 for 13. Fowl four month old. DENTIST _.
Thursday .evening 'next the' ,Uev.. A. L., Woodward, the Pastor S '
Creek, On F.< Q 'B. ,Asbu: to parties not In Bank I
*z? Office-over Orlando 'TrustCo.
;:: ails'* :.came' Declamation Medal Contest' will ,beheld preached at the Method church Klssimmee., Klislmmee parties delivered and' J M.. VVJtXS.UN.jR., ,
'i' Henrj '" y."; up from at the High' School Auditorium, last Sunday pn "the duties and responsibility free. Large. egg: laying strain.. Phone 73. ,.
'I" Green Bay to fill his position as one nominal admission fee of ten of'' parentage". v' The Crown work 4
when a Cash with order.-' Bridge and Poroelean
.. . c.l
\ NoTARy1
: 'of the inspector in- Tuesday. prtV of LIC..* \\j ,
:,' cents for adult and' five cent.. for : sermon was a strong presentation ,THE -AJCJROOLONY: l202t Specialty.NunsThose' ,
""1'1'. the subject"showing that children j STATE AT LAROB.74Real ]!
children will be charged to defray the are Asbton Fla.. service -l
> desiring .
{ ,, V&Flbrshelm'a V S6 Patent V Oxfords are necessary expense incident-to holding the gift of Got]-immortal souls .com should make in advance. Estate:Agent; .. yKIS '
style comfort the annual commencement .of the milted to bur care to be taught" and .
the to ,
correct thing* :
A Llvl a Bk.letOifI.
.' trained. for Eteroltl-'' obit v IMMEB,. --; ,FLORIDA
7 etc. Found at H. '.Stanford .Co. school t .
only, ; gallons of parents, in which the t the 6nal\ condition of. any child that- ? ORLANDO. FLA. :' .
\. Messrs. Speck Campbell and Clyde preacher Ad'f'ocated''ooQlPulaon baa worms-if.It lives. Think of bay --- - a
t.,, '-. v,, M... ':WIII Johnston came un 'from Pounds, two of Stetson'sstar, ball education; condemned "race suicide} ing( something your'stomach that. VANS-i-iAX'I: WILLIAMS' KIDNEY, PILLS $
y ..Tarpon Spring to visit his family, spent a few days 'In Barlow and tbs prevailing 'oegllgeno ofpareo eats all YOU take nourishment.. ;P.A. .iI...')._ M.lMU4 year KUavpT HaveIn ,,
r and also to oast his vote in Tuesday' 'cla'era. playing ball. with the': Bar- ,- In the discharge of their obll-1-' Nine-tenth of tbe babies. have worm.,' ,_......00'11... ,_r arises 4 snot'..

". :'primary, tow team. After the Unlyeritr eloestheV Irat.lon.\oward their children. He alto may be yours ha.' Be oertalg that it --j_ ''ATTOBWK.Y( sI'.ueyos-it!ilntbtr ao:t IU, IIi 'oItd...
If expect to go to Bartow for the charged man/ of the faults and has not .by'a-ld'.lM' It White's.. Cream 'I-i "lad4.'" .D. Y ...
:r.. you'are contemplating. ( buying afe and,. bedtime shortcomings Of children'to be due'' to Vermifuge expel ell.worm and. 1* rj( -Two1 .NoA A : .: I P .......hday...... eM .,
piano stook' summer ... '
',.:,:carried or at organ; the. Home M4.J.he Store Ca.h'OI'that >s tures on' the. Bartow, 'team.DelandSupplement the lack of home 'training.. and. tDItractloll. a tonic for the baby.' Price 25! sens' ., ;.,. " --' .!: .ears rlnt;y ra.r-Af IfUl ,
ijo i.;i4 tJaN.. ' iM .. ,. .'" Sold* q,by r:floberson's'. / -. Pharmacy1.;" ., .','.:,-KJSlMMEE.,"" .) -. "y.. .', . FIAr ,no.t', ,.. ' \ .

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William Newherry of Quincy Mich,,

TlCALtO 1* 95, but be has never used spectacles

to read orwork 'with. .
To Drive Out Malaria and Build Tjf .

SCIENCE ( v tho System ; -
Take the Old Standard GMY-'T.uT' W '
It Is said that the method of 'producing L ass 'Ciliu Tosio. You know what

.ulaes hesla by means of oleo l ? are & /bottle showing is plainly 1> 1Vet. 1

C.otyh 4 rlclty, discovered by' Professor. on nine every..nillruu. ia, a tuatateas it Ii form tiaiply", and the .' p 4
Due, of Nantes France Is applicable moat effectual f rm. Jfor grown people, ,
t / L I to the painless execution ot criminals.The and child en. 60a .' r"t, .

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woman '
r A Is never surprised 'when
',' aluminium books for the blind
"When with "tremendtJU enthusl- .There, usually little trouble over tlop( adopted tbe platform: The .tl now being; printed In Edinburgh'are She Is handed a compliment a '

i sum,* tumultuous applause" and the election of a temporary chalru an. Committee -on Contested Seats and of'thin sheets'embosaed ; ";
I In the usual |S. R, QUICK'S Sons, of Atlanta (I.,. are
The chairman then appoints a com- that on Permanent Organization, 1
"resounding cheers ome American : way.'They are easier to read than the only suooeuful Dropay Bpeolaltats te |a the '
Citizen I Is nominated for the Presidency l mittee to escort the temporary chair however are ready and they report. world. a..-theie liberal offer In advertisement . Y
books do not soil and-are
the band plays The contests decided no matter paper prac- la another column ot this
of the United States at, Chicago man to the platform; ..aSW Ically Their paper.
other American the delegation from Mr So-and-so' how. the permanent roll'of the con IndeBjructlble. expenIveness a ,
t and when later, some : Is their 'drawback.riadlum' It's surprising how well most shiftless ,
citizen with ditto enthusiasm; ditto Slate makes a lot of noise. and all. 1s vention 1 is made up and called. Then to ,
applause and ditto cheers, la pom* merry. I the Committee on Permanent Organization I actin upon people manage get along. ,4'

e 'inatod for, the same office at ,Denver It Is incumbent: on .the temporary reports) and the permanent the1 chemical Mrs.WinstoWs Soothing! SyrupforUhJldrew "i ,,.
chairman is' named,' cheered and escorted I constituents of glass, porcelain\ and tec.-thlngsofbons tbegum ,reduoe*lmflamma,. .
y lion,allays pain,cureswind colic.!Ifflea: bottle
to. the platform. 'The procedure paper Imparting to them a violet ..,.. I-

) ). Is-Uenllcal with the electlen __ I tinge: changes white phosphorus to'ellow With the.; exception with' those that '

oI..the temporary chairman. The pertdbnent ._ Thomas E.-Watson.r II oxygen to ozo'De.,affects photograph ,are Btlll-bortt. kind words never die. '3'

chairman, too must make a plates and produces many
(Aln-aJy! Nominated For Prcildent b' I other curious, chemical changes., VOUNO.-THK{ vAUSO.

I; . the Populists.) --' .
d/ After Six Year of Misery and Wrong
nominations made ProriSBw-Uoyt--the- -
r ryl When the ate all
t urging the establishment e Treatment. .
4 and the speeches all heard there
4 4 li yl r comes tho balloting. This means''.a of an independent" Esperanto,Staten John A., tenders, pt Robertson Ave- ,

call cf the States. The leader of each, 'Europe. The site he has selected sue.,Pen', Argyl. Pa., suffered for ..IxI
r1b Im State may rise In ,blll"place and .cast' for his experiment is on 'neutral ,year* with slinging, "

:, the vote for the whole delegationfrom strip of territory ,(which lies on the pain In-the back violent "

that, State. He may announce rentier between" Germany, Belgiumand headaches and

wrJ It as so many votes for So-and-so andso Holland some five miles from dizzy spells and was.

aNI many 'votes for ThlnBameUob I Alx-la-Chapelle. assuredbyaspeciallstthat

Some delegate may i protest .nd ask his kidneys were '
+ for a poll of the' delegation. Then The, world has never' learned the all right- tbougb."the. .

i -each name will hare to-ba called sep name of tbe' genius who conceivedthe secretions showed a'.y' ,

,COLISEUM AT CHICAGO WIH3HE TilE REPUBLICAN NATIONAL arately.No Idea of spreading butter upon reddish( brick dust r

.4. CONVENTION WILL BH HELD.. I matter bow long It hat taken to its bread combination of food ele- sediment. Not satisfied, Mr. Enders

--- 'I' choose a nominee for the Presidency, ments"more palatable more wholesome 'started using Doan's' Kidney Pills. ''

ci the male population ot. the United chairman to make a speech. He InvarIably x hlrn the whole performance has to be goneWilliam and more universally popular The kidney began to act more regularly v

+ States-, or the great majority of it, at takes advantage of 'the op- than 'any that the combined wisdomof ," he says, and In a short time

_ any rate will want to know Just bow ortuntty. lie "sounds a keynote." all the professors 'Who' have ever: I passed a few gravel stones. I, felt r' .

it was done J why It was done and After the speech various recolulons lived has been able to devise. .bettor Tight away, aDd since then d .

'witQ done It;" 'are offered Usually these have had no kidney trouble. '

r 'At;*a National l Convention each have been arranged for In .advance .,4rli,1N' : Ground mica is used In somewhat Sold by; all dealers. 60 cents a box. : ,

State has Its Own headquarters, where and the temporary chairman works 'fM ". a;5 8 t r.ra'ti Increased quantities the coarser Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo, N. T, f .
i ; rw Y"b b t
the delegates gather. They do a lot according to a printed schedule, F grades' in mica bronzes and paints AT THB PLAT.

of "conferring" with each other and I ailing .on John DOe and Richard Roe and also as an absorbent for eipjoilves. '"The play was .full of complications, q

_. -- at the right time no that there may Oov. Johnson ,of Minnesota. 7w 'iGtS : Ground mica also forms' an I understand." "" -
_ -Il.w .. ...-.A.: ,
-r. -t-- Ingredient In some heavy lubricants.
+3e i U too is of the "keynota" "Yes; first we go't the wrong seats,
'," speech, .Its T-he finest ground mica or mica flour I mislaid my overcoat and the girlI '

variety f' finds a considerable) market with the took finally located next to a gentleman -' ,
The Committee on Platform reports -
manufacturers of high-grade wallpaper friend '
who monopolized her en- ;
: chairman
,1 after the permanent
dl M,. the .Iultre obtained by the use Ure conversation.- Louisville Courier w ,
baa made his speech. When the matter of the muscovite ''dust having the
of the platform Is disposed of. c
advantage of both- permanency and .., ..
either by the committee reporting or brilliancy ETATI OF: OHIO CITT or: TOLEDO .-.1J-: \ ,
by the announcement that It Is not LUCAS UOCRTT' f r'* ;S. .j t r p f
FBAKK: J. CUEHEY make oath tbat he Is ee +
ready to report the permanent chair- To demonstrate his faith In the senior partner of the firm of J.CncifET */
man announces"another recess; may- practicability of, electricity for all domestic Co., doing business In tbe City of Toledo"*
ip :, County and State aforesaid, and that Mia e
f ,' purposes, an official of an Illinois firm will pay tbeaum of oas BVNDBKD Doi/-
F electric company has, recently LABS for each and.every case of CATAwmn
.'; 'S '- e ert Stone. built a house at Carrollton 111., without tbat cannot be cured b .tb. uieof IIALL'S ,' '
Republican Bergeant-at-Arms. UATAKRH('uRE.1o'lU.JlIC j. CittitcT. #
- a chimney or any other meansof. Sworn to before me and subscribed ia mJ1'1'M8nce ,
'"'i'' I'I1, 4ty14rjtl", i'1Plpl through again when It comes to nominating making use of fire. The houses this 6th day of 1>December A. D8Sfl. r, ' '+
{ a candidate for the second heated by steam and the cooking A. .V/ UIXASOH.:. 1'ubrie.'k,
place on the ticket There are not Is' done by electricity both supplied (SEAL.) Notary
Hall's Catarrh Cure la taken inttrnally,and ,
all' i' 4ha so many "favorite eons" however bf the' beat light and power com* acts directly on tbe blood and mucous aur- r
1h h"a4 r''' h'I, and one ballot frequently suffices.; pany with which the gentleman 1* faces of the aystern. Send for teatimoniaUufree.
William/ Bryan. enthusiasm. The connected. This construction jr.J.CHEKET; fc CoToledo. O.
._ ,6- -.... .u........... '_.W More noise more Sold br alt Dragnets. 73o.
S I convention bas nominated'the ticket. the beginning of an effort to obtain
Take Mail's Family PilU for conatipaUoa.Newest .
'.t William 11, Taft' be no hitch. Committee are appointed -
., / Then resolution of various sorts Ire customers for current to be used in
f ed resolutions, .which will
from States. ; passed. They are unimportant. The the: kitchen and a' special rate has and Biggest Clock. ate
'with' delegates 'other'
**They' hold have the drafting,; platform; hotel keepers of the town are thanked been Hied for that kind of service.TREE'S The largest clock: la the world will
meetingsand cbalr- '
elect br
one on, credentials contested seats;
'. meq and honorary vice-presidents. one ''on permanent 'organization. for, the splendid hospitality they bare, be Installed la a few days on the ,
.. RESTING TIME. Jersey City soap factory of Colgate, v
: ,jT'he[ honorary vice-president, has These are the Important ones When ,
"dial '
t Co. will be
'. on the 'platform and an extra all and tbere
hey are chosen '
The Evergreen in Winter--Tropical diameter, with an areu of 1,134 '
r ..ticket but mils else. ' square pry
been a lot of hand-clapping and cheering -
"<: 1 Prior,to the calling of the convention , as.veil-known men are appointedto 'h' Plants in the' Dry Season. feet The minute hand, Which is 1SW

,, to order the National Committee this or that committee the tem- "What,7re call evergreens" says a feet long, and weighs nearly a third
i A _. ._ chairman ad- Vice-Presldent Fairbanks. saejip A'' gentleman formerly connected with of a ton, is so large, that a .special
orary> announces an f N .
_ oui'nment' usually until the next day. ? 0 the: Park Department of St. Louis flatcar will be required U transport -
Q I be until the next Jay, possibly1' till 'are not really creen' during the.winter It to Jersey City When placed on "

4 m4.1 later in the same day. : nor are they really alive, but are the dial this band will travel at the
js4 .Now back to the little thefouVor r '.
room go dormant. '. point 13 Inches a minute and more

more bosses who do the heavyworr5back 4, "Every plant must have its period than halt a mile a day. The dial of '' t..
: ; to.the hotel .lobbies, the of rest at some time in the year and this clockra nearest competitor "' .

theatres, the cafes, the sight-seeing In bur northern,latitudes' the winters that on the City hall) la Philadelphia. SKIS ,1 t SJ

5 '' r 1 tours go the other delegates. Com, [ of.<, course the most appropriate only 25 feet In diameter and 490 '*; \$" '

promises are effected! promises are season. The evergreens generally retain square feet in area. .

made. ,.Eventually. the back room : the greater part of their, foliage At night,the clock will" 'be Illuminated '

err Nil 2 duying-the winter but a close exam- by the numerals and hands being .;,

Ination'ahow. that It dries to such an outlined with Incandescent electro! ,.* t

extent:: a* to, be really 'dead. and a lamps and it will be possible, to read 4 '
large part of it falls off when the k
the time from I it several mile away ,
plants begin their spring growth. The ;i-HNew-York Time*. .
drying Is not,, peculiar to the foliage. ) N

; The branches and stem become as dry Turtlesoup, For All.I .

as the foliage and being almost en view with"unspeakable loathing '.y

tlrely devoid of 'moisture are little "The Simple Life." rdeem (t a morbid + I

'IN TUB PRESIDENTIAL PANTRY. damaged' by the Winter's cold. _' recrudescence of a bad ancestry, a y+

4 The' Favorite Sons (in chorus)-::r A Leap Year Dilemma.. "In some parts of the tropics how. which ruined its digestion by surfeit '

.'Somebod,'. taken a bite out 'of my From the Washington, $tar. ever as In the highlands of Southern or starvation and transmitted the trw
plel'i I s1 Mexico and Central America, the sum. disease to Its offspring. It Is the rello
During the recess "lot of; real workIs met I. '-the resting time' of'tbe tree: I of mediaeval
-From the Journal (Minneapolis.) done. Three orfour'men'' sometimes ..." Col. John I.:,Martin, I II TheIntense, heat of lee. sun dries up individualism. Of course and, the religious fact fJ- +

Is vJrtually'tc command-otthe. situation. "more but never-many get to \ Democratic Berg Bnt< With It lies the of gether'In a back'room of a hotel and I the woody portion become as dry as would be Y'
arranging champagne\ and turtle
the details taUt: and smoke cigars. They are the Gov. Folk. ,Judge Ceo. Gray. I dispensed, and not one word Is said our evergreens In winter and the all soup '
;; /the "framing up" of the for tbe,head. and gastronomic organ #
lead erl.. about high, prices.. Everybody who tree take its rest until the 'autumn
..S procedure of the first session the selection and not In the convention hall what < that could stand such "potent
of the temporary chairman Part Played by Committees.'At Is to be done,is finally determined asa can be thanked for anything at all Is rains begin, herb"!Victor dray.ion, M.P. in the. er ,
_ and. In' a great many cases thoughT the second session:Jot the convention rule. thanked.', The gavel wits which the "Of course this rule does not applyto 'Labor. Leader. 'f.' i

not, .,always, the program: making oft the committees report. They Again the convention meets. It convention ha*,been kept, la: order Is a large-number of tropical,plants '

the whole convention, temporary and have held sessions In the meanwhileand the platform has not been adopted It presented to some one. probably the which ,grow In moist Jungles or, i FIT .{IIB GROCER w

permanent organisations, nominating ,have decided the contests, arranged Is now, -Then nomination are In or ,permanent chairman. The band swampy Elaces.. They have accustomed Wife Made, the Suggestion f' ;
and platform building.* for the permanent organiza der. play "Cheers are given from time to themselves to their conditions .,

It'Is tha chairman of the National! time. Everybody shakes hands with but even they, still retain the resting A grocer has excellent opportunity

Committee .who' calls'' the convention ... everybody else. It.Is a .grand oc habit and at some time of the year to know the effects of special foodson ;

to ordef, usually about noon peon the ('.;1. I casion. The convention adjournssine relax In their growing and become as i his customers. A Cleveland.P'O-.

day set. This 'year \\the' Republican l die. near dormant" for a time as circumstances : cer bag a long list of customer that
National Convention will be called to .wll1 permit St. Louis have been'helped In health by leaving
,4 ,order O. New 'Alton D": Parker will not bo the Qlob -Democrat< 5
by Harry on June 16. ., off coffee and using Postum Food.
'And the Democratic Convention, will 8rat\ defeated Presidential candidate Coffee, .
to to a National convention as a Mold. *! J": er
go 'A' CheerfuJ .
be'called to order by Thomas Tat gar He says, regarding his own exper ,::1.'
oh July 1* delegate., Mr. Eryanwaa' delegate Cheerful acceptation of one's"lot; i 1. ;:t.Lcewo, year ago I had:beent -> ,..
Louis convention four
The coDventiooe.1J8d( .to order, the to the St: rears capitally Illustrated by,a story foundIn drinking coffee and must say that l's '

"chairman requests thesecretary, to ago. the :National itevtew; Elizabethwas 'was almost wrecked: In my: nervesV ;, ...

.read :the,call, ;for the convention. .. 'Some' Se'na 'are the elderemploye Maud .a "Particularly In the morning 1 was< (
;which, la done. 'Then the'roll'ca111n :. angry over the little serving maid both In the house so irritable and upset that I could '
cone through and this take'a16tot! t assertionby: President tbat he'Is. hold of a-bachelor.'clergyman.: The 'hardly wait until 'the coffee! '-was'
time. The. next step is the Independent of Congress la the exercise absences'of!'Elizabeth' r'breakfast
announcement wero frequentand served and then I had no appetite for. 'r.
ot command over the
by the chairman that the,comi prolonged/' Maud was always onhand. and did not feet like a&teDd"J;;,
i! ;mlttee.offers to the convention*a ill ,, ; .- One Sunday morning to --
'f j ; < , ? .he Ing: my store duties.. : ... a temporary t'hatrman.tbe name'of 80-, r ; brought in breakfast. ';Ona suggested that *;f.?
Governor. that'he
,and-:.o. There are loud and pro ' Hughes .".You" again Maud said inasmuch as I was selling so much .'"' :
.longed cheers and by a viva voce vote l AUDITORIUM, AT DENVEK ;WHERE TUB DEMOCRATIC: ,NATIONAL. would not accept election a* Vlce- the. clergyman.' Postnm there must be soma merit laJUIt )) rt
t Mr So-and-so Is unanimously! elected. CONVENTION ,WILLV BE HELD. President of the United States; much'Jess outezplalned' ,
} _ 0 a-nomination for that office. : 'My.Sunday Maud and suggested that we'', try It. I
.L -- ", with a smile.Thett ;- took home a'package and .1Ie'
= pre-
_: '10'- Brief New. Note About Ute Conventions: Van'' ) '?* why! arel "you 'outT" *. pared according to directions. Th*. oJ. i t
James Cleave, ,ot St.- Lonfi7; '
i The Roosevelt thlrd4erm'bue which The Chicago Tribune finds Johnson :The Rhode'Island delegation: Is unInstructed -; president .of._the National" ,- Mannfae* ,Please, air," with'" another smile; result was a very; happy one:- .K, V '''' ",f

L, ,attacked well as
rtaoI-ihe-'UnUed States-a.weelcojt with jwenty-.two_ p.ercenC ..ol.htToteL. the- wishes( .ofrAldrlohT of 11,000 ,Republican 'JDaDuf.cturers'from. goes. - . and today I. am".all'right. 'would' '' .$!

two ago has Olssppeared.J GovernOr' Douglas, of Massachusetts ; .Even yet the.vlstonpt.a, Roosevelt the' party ticket in the coming 1 advise .ry one affected' many !Vy: ,.

J S .' .:/Governor'Albert B. Mea3,"rot 'tit. Is second.with sixteen per stampede 1* disturbing the rest;of the campaign ''It sanctions the Presi ' 'Nothing to name;; with .DenousDe. or stomach trou1P; ". ;wf

: fWashington, stated bU'be- cent. Chanter::getS.onlr: .seven'.per nor nervous of the Republicans; d I1.r.'polio toward labor' 11, gentleman," >.aose is with., bleu to leave oft! coffee and use Pos f-'i.' .

'JI /.'.Ntat ''President;: Roosevelt: ';would cent. Culberson and.Gray. still .lea*, 'It U'altogetber'likely: that as a f e- Mid ,by request >and who conducted, 'tum"Food. Coffee."' 'There's -Rea... ,} .' "'

not accept a reaomtnation.' and.Hearst ,brings; >: p the Year; , cult of the convention-ot the National "At Ogdensbnrg; N. T,. William: a large .bakery':.until ho' lost, all he son. Read. "The' Road" ? _

Ta'threat:; of;/capital 'to,' (to intopodiues ..'WyomicgCalifornia, ; Missouri, Association ,of Manufacturers there Randolph'. Hearst ot New ;York. has bad on the' :-stock market' ,. .. 'quoted to; pkg _. >toWefvlfj': -
} been sued lathe Supreme Court'bJ'Da.sdJ.T.Let.JtaD'to a* 'authorityfor the< assertion1' that Ever read the above lettert'' 'A'
; and"'makeits Influence. felt South Carolina HawaII/Alabama and will be formed a business men's port= new;
jttsit' as'.l&bOrl., threatens [ldo/' has Texas 'are tt aa ,certain__. ,,to teal party ao.take a hand In the approaching recover ,z50expend1 -' ''tWsaaUng'bread open the waterdon'talwelsrwork one appears.from time to time. They: ''.
delegates:'" 0 by the.plaintiff for campaign out Just as some are 'geanlne, true Sad full ''ofhomaa'Interest .
both elect Bryan 'I campaign. .
In parties., : /v"
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:THE' PULBECe'A matter between 'the..sonl .aaChrist. r< "I"KII"JiOoTnrr.. A t r
e alone.. "Blessed are those that bun : T ;. JkevereLord
rt yr '' .He-Well, toy ........1 bay life '
Fsl rw.:' ,_. .er and thirst atter.rlghteousua"There -tnu/.today. : .NOvsE 'I' ; Kskgrove!: ,. a Scotch } ,
p }a nothing that satisfies the '
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,' ;-8UNOAY"SERMON BY hungry soul but Christ .. :, She ThaA's. just' Ilk.: you-alwai's. tee Ibed as learned In thee oM :

C. D. :.CASE! T'D .. PH.. D., .Then there Is that secret: name ia- thinking, of,.)01I..1r.->-Patbnnder. : .,,"of .< d.\\waa give to **ylfs., >-
E\ix.\ri&lino\ scribed ':

\ : many Interpretations of meaning- : FT8.St.! Vitus'DanonzNervow Ineeaeen lien siding In. court.. On one oocaaie, :;,
Theme< I'crsererance.i such as that the stone Is a ticket Of maoently corad by Dr. Kline's Great Nerve W.RK : whoa condetnnlnc the accused. to destUa> 'a,.

Cleanses ine vjvsiem.uallyt Effect. admission or a vote ot acquittal. But.. Keatorer. H trial buttl. and treatise fl'l'ej for having murdered *. apldler, theJudN'
i after all the believer with'hi* hiddenmanna Dr.H. ft. Kline. LxL.gBl Arch St..PUUa., Pa. .'
\ ) Colds J. has a new ....rt. There..Js acgravated the' offence thaa
Dispels ant Brooklyn; N. T.-For fits final serr\ '
M'i ,
ADd not 'old
both ot assimilation and 'if the. worst to I!. only you murder hlo
men before going., to Buffalo to become a new power comer the worst .
ocuos duo to Constipation, ; th. putor of the Delaware Ave. a new food to be assimilated.' The cheers the Baltimore American', goodMarylaaders r J"b.rebY1Ie:' !was bereaved ot his ute

Acts naturally, acts Truly as flue :Baptist Church. the Rev C.' D. old law was written on two tables of. can get. 'out their fishing but,you' did \thrust ... push; or-plerc
: Case Ph. D.. In the Hanson 'Plate stone, but the new law, SJ Ezekiel U.... and quit eating beef. 1 or ,project: ,' or' propel OM lettfal weapon
Laxative-- Baptist Church took ubi. subject declares, is to be written on the heart. I through?the .mad ot his 'JWPt -

.. Best CHildi "The' Rewards of Perseverance The Forced obedience is. to be changed Hicks* Chpudlae Care Women's .;. mental br.ecbee-w ca,"were hu msvl
ana text was, those passaces found Into a second nature that.-volunlarliy ) Pain. Backache, Nervousoem, ro 1'
'In does right. The believer I. not free and lleadarhe..Jfa: aty's.The America :-"Lawyer; .
r 1- oun and the Book Of Revelation 1:7.: 11, Liqurd. Effect tmn-
Uld\ 17, S6< 27; afll.> 12 and 21. describing from the law, but he 'does naturally distal l .- bJ'' hraicians with teat .\
"F 1.0'et ''ts] an \tEjf ects the rewards of overcoming. Dr.'Ca.e what the law requires. There is but suit.,. lOc.' SSc.. and 600.. at da 't r..' : RHEUMATISM !I' SAL-TORA.

.Alw aid: one secret for this marvelous trans ne.eHerIIlleiIMt.fI.+ ; .. "'-
theluut,Ylt, ,e b'enume tl
<< "' ( nome c11he (iom.. .term. It Implies\ an enemy, conflict me to. live Is. Christ says Paul."in4stead .))1.,. In luck.I w. _. aa re tsar, w .. w.roNta..d"bll .
a victory. It suggests the soldier of of- the!"ten commandments we *MWnMMMMWMMMMMW-MMMM- PilES- ..
: ,. Christ fighting against spiritual have the 'name of Jesus inscribed on Sort CbKN VETfTBEN: TUB TO ISAre .DN'1. / .'eraq.a.r M.tre.a.,.rb11rM1.bN.w/qr Rq 7.rj',, ........raala.
rnnCALIFORNIA forces.ot wickedness and arrayed 1 In our hearts He who lives the Christ often more painful than the /hard one ,
the helmet. of salvation the brent- life obe"..' the law without compulsion. . OB top. ABBOTT'S KAr .IHDIAS COB Miff
.4 \: plate of righteousness, the glrdle f What better comparison can will sure either klad.a well a*punlone.sore, :
l G Srivp.CQ. truth> tho, sandals of the gospel of we make between the old and the new; callous spot and Indurations of the skin. ,, Dro p syJi
>* the' peace the sword of the 8pirlt and'the dispensation the old law and the new "It cure to slay orec1.". S5e. at draffgliUlerbymall. '
-.l IIy Iero *f ov.ry pacKtifle. shield, Of faith" It presents the Christian grace?'. Here Is the "secret of the -i Tas ABBOTT Co.. BayanBaU" Oa. i i Thousands of American women i > Kemow* all swelling!_ S to so
,. Br ALL: LEADING DRUGGISTaize life, not in terms of rest and enJoyment ix-rd. : In our heroes are daily sacriQcingj) days l effect* o permanent coro, r
1 association and service, but Human flnlteness can only vaguely The beauty of some women .Is only their lives to duty. in ytto. 6oda,... Ttisltreslp*
_e only! regular price 30tp,.battlo, ....fee mine;
r a clarion call to achievement.The Ignorance needs journal and a 1. pretty tbKohlldren well dressed BfeeclaUet. *, Boa AIJuta.....:
On* way to sidetrack popularity Is ledger God needs, books ,
victorious crusade of the Christian many !
to l&slst on'' having your owtf at Is not here which- (righteous Judgment shall be tidy, women overdo. A female ''20 MULE
way. pictured as coming c J I Weakness: displacement is often TEAM, .,.1'BORAX
r all times.:' encounter with evil Is to he met with, which 110 mistake may be made. In bronchi on an'd they Buffer silence,
b. QKKI: :. DON'T'TUATCOnlgHnaTl' not only at the time of conversion and condemlng the Innocent and saving Thought- an Operation NecessaryCulicun's *, ,drifting along from bad to. worse,
r Stop tbr palD and 'get rid of the lIOn the time of death but unceasingly the wicked. Ho has a book of remembrance Efflcarjr Proven.' 'M :.'{ gYlckludp.rmweatly.AasOTT'erses-' through life. There Is .thought of for those that fear the "I 'am now" eghly! J'hn'oW., and three have help to overcome, tho pains l and
HV Dim oo'* .t.tIlT will remove any oorn. bu- >- truce or furlough no suggestion of Lord and think upon His 'name; the years .ago I was taken,witb an attack of: !aches which da.Uymake life a burden. INA NEW.PAOKAGE', i
; 1 ion or callous/ spot without cutting, burning recuperation or dress-parade. There wanderings ot the persecuted are pile* (bnnorrholds). bleeding and protrude. I i It is to these falthful.women that 1 -
or "..Ua.;" tb. flair and leaves no'J Is to be no day of retreat.It numbered and his tears are all re inf. The Doctor: said the poly' bejp for K. | .-
, J soreness attenrud.'ppU.d a brush I ; Is the contest of the In41Y14uaiagaln.t. corded. The great dar: ; Of Judgment was to go-to a hospital and be operated on. LYDIA EPINKHAM'SVEGETABLE 1 4 ::5: 'Ibs.1'
f r.$ mighty little trouble. S5o. at druggist or b y his enemies. The message is Is 'simply the opening of the books I tried several remedies for month but did 1 I '
nail from T.. AJIBOTT Co., Savannah Qa, to the church. the task Is personal; and the reading of a reward or punishment not let much help. During this Km sores COMPOUND I I'comes' lblppacks A..1Ga1 'to ".Y.. waq dmltm. o".<*. .
The heart Is the citadel and the approaches already determined upon appeared which chanced to a terrible" Itching 1., boos and blessing ; .I".
as a a
'a Just at long as there's case there. Blessed those ecserna.Then I began to CuUrure \ SBzsFBauassrsiMsTOILET 1.-
) are the : source of constant are names are use of E&?is ,
', ''will to *a woman''' In It. attack. The flesh, Is weakeven written la the Lamb's book, Of life. Soap Ointment, and Pills, Injecting; a as it did to Mrs. F. Klisworth, .
though the spirit willing. :-There Is Originally,', probably the Idea of a quantity of Culicura Ointment with. Cull- :Mayville N. Y.and tn Mrs. W.1. ,!
4'l nicki Capudlne Cure Headache, a conflict between the law of God and book' of registry arose from the mu- curt Suppository Syringe. It took a month Boyd,of Beaver Falls, Pa.,who Bay i
a Whether from Void, Heat, Stomach. or the law of sin In our members. Even nicipal list of Jerusalem "!!.shall of.tki. treatment to,get me' in a fairly 4 "I vras not able to do my own work '
: 10c., 250., and ZOO, at drug stores.immediately, life the ,outposts will be repeatedly Zion and be that remalneth In Jerusalem once a day for three months' end, after I Buffered. Lydla B. Pinkham's Vegetable
assailed., Th> success ot the., church shall be called holy even every that once .,f twice a' _Ie. The treatment Compoand helped me wonderfully, ,
s' When all la lost save honor amau.' depends upon the faithfulness of the one. that Is written among the living I tried took a lot of money, and It I II and I am so well that I can do ns big a ANTISEPTIC
' tries to stand on his dignity.. Individual member' In Jerusalem." Evidently the man fortunate that I Used Culicnra. .T. IT. day's work. I ever did. I wish every ,
The seven promises to the churches whose citizenship In Heaven,, and Henderson. Xlopltlaton. N."Y., Apr..98;'07." I sick woman would try It.-, .I the breath,teeth, month and body
.Eap TOUR SKIN 1IKALT11T.TSTTIBI .. as given by-Christ repeat the historyof who being risen with Christ, seeks 1 ontlseptioally clean said ,free ,I rem isa
:1 ** ha done wooden. for suffer. the race up to the founding of the those things ;that are above. Is thus Socialists celebrated In Berlin the FACTS, FOR SICK WOMEN. beeItbygerm-Ili.anditagr.nbleodors. ,'
.n from tetter ground itoh .1"7. throne of David the period of' Israelltlsh registered Ib the new Jerusalem The anniversary of the Revolution ot 1848. .For thirty-years 'Lydia E,.. Pink, which water,soap and.tooth prevaratioBfKeep
!tlpela*, lafant aore head ebape. chat. aadother history most symbolical of people at Bardls had a name that Red'w... the prevailing color display ham's Vegetable Compound made alone eaanot do. AgeraScidal. j
g forma ot akin dtaeaaee. In .
aggravated the kingdom of God. The world'shl.tory they lived- but they were dead. A ed by 4he celebrants. I'
has dila
oaM of oeoma It* cure* have been mar-. church ___ from roots and herbs, been the .
Telou and thousand ot people ting It* begIn. with the tree of life registration Is not always synonymous Gmrfleld.Tea,Natures mild Herb laxative, standard remedy for ,female ills, wrist sod deodor*, i
pnt100.. at drugglat or by mall from which Is forbidden to the parents of r with a Heavenly registra agreeably I stlmalate*'tb. liver overcome and has positively.cured thousands Uin 4.T. g onam., A. Savanuaht Ga.r the race. Then follows as.strikingprovidences' tion. "Remember, therefore and re constipation, ride the blood ot impurities of oxooAtjooal excellcnoo '
Y of God the punishment of pent. Not professors, but. possessors -. and clear, th._plexloo. All dmggl U.. ; women who have been troubled.with i said soonomy -. /. ,
Dear MotheMrt-Uaw. death and the promise of the Deliverer count with God. displacements, inflammation ration << Jav.luabl f aw4lel.U. *H t
;r He-Your mother Is feecotblnc more the giving of the tables of stone The sixth.., promise of the risen "When a -remembers. the love ,; fibroid tumors, irregularities, for, Inflarned .,. '
and more a balloon but less and Jes and the heavenly manna the repeated Christ Isthat' ,the victor shall be a\ letters he has ..written"' ears the WashIngton periodic pain, backache, that bear throat.d" asset aed

dirigible.Transatlantic Tales. victories over the national enemies, pillar In the temple inscribed with; Post: "he !. .convinced' .thata9'a ing-down feeling,flatulency,indiges- uterine ra'arrh.. At
the enrollment ot.the heroes of war, the name of God, Heaven and Jesus. fool"' tinndizzlne88or nervous prostration. dral and toilet, y

the'building of the great.temple and In Solomon's 'porch there were twof XtBATII TOnINaWORM."Ierywbere , (. >Vhy don't you try it fMr store, SO cents, or. ,
$ Free Ouro for Rhountmtlsm the establishment of the throne o pillars one marked Jachln, "He shall e . / nail pestpat4wITN
David forever.God's plan Is one and establish," 'and'the other Boas, "in I go speak for *. Plnkham/lndiN all sick
Bone Pain his strength.- In the beeane it cured me of to her for .advice.Hhe Trill Siapli,., :1
". the salvation to be given In the-flna 1 church militant worst form: ]My whole obit women write Urti ,: 1
and Eozema'j > '
award Is but the culmination not all are pillars. ,Paul declares i has guided thousandshealth. to -
of God'* that waist was raw w beef;but stns "MtuiTM aa* siauw **..*i.V pae*.,
rr.- '.. Beianle Blood Bat l (B.B.:s.)caret the worn eternal purpose.' What God will do James Peter and John were considered .... It Jo eared a bad eaae of .Address, Lynn Mass,' '
..a1.of Khvuinsiiftm. bone paint sivollcittituteUi for us at last Is to be seen In the history to be pillars But In the'new, .ay* Mr*. M. !. Jones of M. ., At21-'OSk. ) THE PAXTON( TOILET CO., teflMiw...'
and purifying Ik* blood. ot the temple God all are pillars, not r TBTt. .., the great skin -
Thnti f'4> of rM cured bl B. 9. B, .ll.rII race In prophetic promise 9 only Pltubnrv Bi ,
''. other 4r.. ; Isms kolils. at ein* ...... with. compl t. tlon 2:8. I.: "To him that overcom- .. 'commemorating the great for ftoa. *Write J., T, riHO.tai.a, Dept. A. > Tobacco.Habits.t
direction lot nom. ,, p.l b,m inn. Blood B.,lm.! Co., Atlanta. < s.p eth to him will I klve to'eat ot the, Of put. The saved off AlaNECKASTBINIAorZILRTEI28AU8TIOL
F tree of life," which is the paradise o Heaven shall .record salvation bygrace ''The rainbow chaser at least ge'ts.a, : : A aal.a..ten4tII ;
God. Thus are connected the be and be -"songs without words"In ; Bpeolallsta.for thirty years:" Correspondence eonndebUat.
ginning and the end of history even praise of God. ; ,. run for Ills' money 'The Only SN a-*

p EIostocK as Christ Himself Is ,the Alpha >;and Upon each pillar shall b.the name Z29 WppdWard.Ave., ATLANTA,' .OAS. ?
send{ first and the last Yet .of God; of. the' new Jerusalem, and
the Paradise differs widely .mln.o..n. new xame." What new '
from the first. In the passage of the name? Emmanuel. "God with us?" ."" IIToor
text. Paradise Js Heaven not the intermediate Redeemer the one who has purchased: offee
state and .it is presented our redemption? Jesus, the name V" '
;V. not as a garden where two human beings precious to."every believer? We do .Io I
are surrounded by the luxuries not know: still, at the name signifies RemdrkaMetadiQtLAiI1TReiarkaNef
of nature but a city throbbing with the personality so we shall receive '
life teeming with .multitudes. Not that name of .Jesus; which answers . 1 ootlre wdgnt-rosU ea the bottom eff vetsr abooo.: Tfce'

isolation but association Is the striking to our own inner-experience.- What |1 ,SKREEMER jshoe{i* fwhioaod to give cal even distribution of taU feature. The tree of life Is1 the we are then will be what Christ has WilsFuitfLAVIIIItI'( t ighf.allowing the foot to remain a* acttsro Iatn hd. Look for''

1j fulfillment of the spiritual meaning been to us. The Father will see re Do tike label. If yen do pot find these *IWM readfly,'write' a* for'dirocUonnowtoocurotbom. '
of the prayer, "Give us this day our fleeted in us ,the looks ot Christ; His '
breae!."-.AI Image and and MOST Remarkable t ( : ,FOR MEN., ->
dally the tree of life bearlt..elve superscription' will be on /. ,
manner of fruits yielding its us. .- "'
.' fruit"every month, so life. abundant The last promise is to the Laodl- : PRICE. .i-
.w4 lU11NIAL. rT. t/LT1111r Is the reward of-victor)'. Andlife; Is ceans "He: that overcometh I will S*
more than ''mere existence;, it, Is give to him to. sit 'down with Me '
wealth of thought, >.it is richness'otcompanionship. in My throne as r'also overcame 11IATjbJ .
DROP. I RICK IN FEED BOX It Is the acme of unselfishness and sat down with My Father In His E/
IT WILL' DO THE REST it is the larger life when throned When Napoleon had been uYs'' A HIGH ONAOC DROP HEAD T
Suvea'Veterinary'BlllaWHAT 'come. the statelier Eden back to appointed emperor by the senate, the ,, WHEN YOU KNOW soMIKHCOODNOSONK y
r ; man," when family society government ceremony took place in.180 4 accord- 5 SEWING' MACHINE
OTHERSSAYr;' national .International, Isthecreation lag to the solemn ceremonial of the ,
A\hoer.:,." Inr.r Of hOIM. Ml::l .' of Ood-led and God-led Holy Roman Empire. Plus VII., had ... LYttAD.WH'f' BlleaU-Kuj Snnalric..Life Time Ooarantee. Ii
1" pB.;BIN.a..t.J s.el... .ol d.1Mtes I' ..1.... OI N.dlrsrd I" Mforo children of. men. taken the crown from the altar ready wtUYpUBCwnvouTiTAU.boDCKX" I, f ,The'y.auarl.N.M.wbtb.leadlsgrpouttrylo.rnalof
hl L .ad ... Iist.d. ... Ip. "' ''._'' .1... t': The second promise Is that the victor to'' place It upon 'Napoleon's head. 1tS the South-tee one rear.' Tbre* ytara It. Afenie-vaoled,' v 1 ,,
.. t.d .. ::: : iM. u..ry..and -'a:: shall' not be hurt of the.second when the latter seised it and It ; *ant>ls Irrf. >Maenlae elrenlar* lre.
Is put on
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iBdmatrlooa IIea Cow jit. I KaoavlII Inn.
.1..if'Mock I. 8prl.,1.-- asd I .. his head himself.. e
Fr.1 tlI' death. There Is a first death andtasecond Christ Belted no :
1 V ., ."lirot'MT:7": : : =:T..,Utao D.:,' death though the term,'second crown for- Himtelf. In that lie Juii i 6fff: vM

4' .Letters.changed every InsertionSold"Eterrwtere'b'f"DeaferJ death is nob mentioned in the Gospels humbled himself God highly exalted 1i 4
k or epistles. But Christ Himself tells Him. Now lie in turn exalts the one I '
; '10'Feed us not to fear-him. who can destro who humbled himself and gives life to 25CT5-1: LBCAN Ktalon

Groceries Drags and Hardware the body but rather fear '.Him who I him who -willing to lose it. Sovereignty TOEfcEILY-TAYlOR COMPANY. ,
can cast both soul and lody into hell -that Is, .victory authority 'c. HDY ORLEANS.U.SA.!: :
ATrfO TO S8 CENT PER BRICK The first death Is the'heritage of thrace e mastery-belongs to those''who over
Jf| your deal.rwiUnodsupply you, write as.:' and is not directly: the-punish come with Christ- Whoever hearing MOTHER.ORAYS

ILACKMAN ment,of IndlvlduaJ.sln. Even Christ Christ at the door knocking and then POWDERS ar alt. 1 '
STOCK ,REMEDY co., becameobedient unto death thoughHe open the door shall admit a' Companion acec cvcltrMtMa1
\ knew -no sin/ Neither sickness bind fellowship! FOR CHILDREN. OF VHC fAMILTMEN. jI % '
Chattanooga Tennessee, nor' death may mean that''either a a common meal, -Such a one now err A O.t l.Om.lot .aove WOMCN. Missce AND cliiwRgr .

.man or Ma parents'have sinned The joying friendship with' Christ In' His I*: ....FfvortstoeMf.**. T:..ait.WrF.f4J weW. p.Mp1 a 0 ae,s8 wra iar Mat ida0 Nile+ , 1 le
second ,death I. the humility shall enjoy. It ir.9 .
exact r result OfIin. with' Christ !In i f surlrf.a.woof7. +
x { l'oli . It la for tbe. fearful and- uab His. glory. c .. : ),;!Lan'.efwy. ,f.Ms
? t : DS ltering'and abominable and Jr.000tW. ;; ;'
5 "S' murder 1 1.OLM.TEDL.R.I1.YA ; :C atgyrefAur. t y ,
'' ous and whore mongers and sorcerers A. : '
'r.o 'I NLK and Idolaters ahd all liars. The first Rev. Bound to, Go Right. Atlanta man has'granted a I .L DonrUi*4 and f S 68t Edge Shoes Cannot B. EqoaDed At|Anj/ Prbt MWWi" f* *V

Is momentary' its ,eUecl., .tl.! second Mark 'GuyPoarse'eays that patent for an "educational appliance e- W l.DaoiriMMjBo 'rntDc. Wo eotgeUBjifa'S
eternal"' .. Charles many.,years ago he sat with ,Rave Rod or 'rlthmetioT asks the Journal, h i&:atriss=tr .. 'I s2Ufis TeS a sti.. .
f d The Smyrna' Christians were'. bit Bpurgeon on the platform at - . -. -.
terly persecuted but Christ promises Spurgeon's Tabernacle and in an in-,
them freedom from the second death terra! during' the .meeting'her whispered .. Biggers H uckleberry Cordial.e DOVE-TAILED PUTTY LOCK SASH
The church Is challenged because it to Mr. Spurgeon, "When I.was POWELr.n' 11 fa..lte .
VNBE TABLB.'EXTERM'INATOR makes ,Us, rewards future.. Wrongs a young fellow';, in London I used to =-fall.rollsr..t pr.r' .Br-:.. ."JI'.J. n..r.w h ta.s-i.ebb It.etYROUBLES I 1t.'nano.. .a avoid a.;; ... W'.Id
r'.s :I: l I
; need present righting says the critic sit->right i' there and hear you .ad.ra IrM .M. to.1: Ii t. a7tlt ...,Yr, 151.. we.s ... one eelh.. rutty
i ; TaaOLo. BKUAILS TBAT Navta FAH.' what we 'want II' Haven on''earth; preach;and you will never know how \ Clr.'::;"> IVr ...: iol. : ab..O.t.:::.: bas Yler.ebOSILDaIf tabs Dr r 1.1 1 1TsaTallra 0n' cash.J W Y .__ 7N. ... by ;

make poison eae lie box. will ipnador True,' very true, but, the Ideal for much good you did me.I cannot for- ,nAL'TiW.uua&T4WLO; k''" ;I"I. C..Id"I.,.s"ti(h.JIII&I}(J.. .'caw, as'. Ra dall B .. ,. aa:
| to too little cake thst will kill ros. zs
tot .
cet.ea; Mr.: L1
) Pearse, the ; :
or more rat and tntee and thousands of earth Is Heaven. As long as the sense ,bright '
. Roaches.. Ants and Bed hues' . .of immortality Is 'in man, as long as' light 'that; came Into tai face as he CURES STOMACH-ACHE. IN TEN MINUTES
W.ha IkMsa M all er.Mwa...cos.u7Mar.s there-remain unavenged wrongs on turned to me and said, 'You dl4T! ." I
FREE Seed for our comle postal cards endlithorraph I ,earth,' al,19nc anyIndividual life ,"Yes." replied Pearce "and I am ".
. which hays _-t Md the so glad to have
passes out >Into the great unknown the chance of telling -
,WIeIwl.1o, UuchKr.-! : with present hopes thwarted as longs you of It.. You used to,wind me up PLANTERS -AIIu1JIJIkIli
a.wau.a.CIoora- !..,l.roey City.N.".*, -\ the successes'of,transitory, yearldl..a"1'.o like an eight-day clock; I was bound -
long shall we need the to go! right for a Week after hearing
pro.pect.of Heaven.where neither you.He put out his hand and took

th.tftnt nor the.second<< .death I.h.n, that of Mr. Pane, and the tears LIQUID I II :
' : brimmed to his '
INSUREiYOUR EAU1I ; "r eyes as he said.- Qod
A'third' .reward of;perseverance- la bless )'oul! I .never' knew,that
I ti\ : COMfORT'!>> '' the hidden', manna and the whit .

n t ,., \ on'stormydayti:' name..tone-Inscribed. The \Very".with name'the pf'secret"manna"new 'The historian.,The;-Sure G'nfaot-Iktogte' ; I I q Keep It In i1 b nee :always read for tw; tIt beingr ulcktrefief; f rom eon tipatlon. aDdoT.TCmmea

'J" Gt carries the mind back to that period free-thinker. ... set oat as'a 'tendency to chronic indigestion and other ..' Nop drastic llor.riolant in Au action like
.: 'of hunger when, God"rained down Hesaid "Reason willsolve ealomel and other drugs, but quick thorough and gentle ,Stimulates the torpid liver to normal /,
kri t .I.I I. I fromHeavenAtbe allBut as his yeas. Increased Cleanses the blood.- ""A lira ia Ft life Itself when It \
\ 1, ; ,, .sustaining food. he found,Iilm..I"IJ neglected a menace. endangers ,Sails to perform r
; ( a :'whirlwind of .. "
The -real mean DC' ot, this mir cle Is .. 1 Its proper functions.. >', "

; 1 \ .5 CKER'a revealed when Christ says: "I i m the and conflfctlsgdoubts.Anally'.,..,.with unspeakable.andperplexities.1 Joy he 1 i NUBIAN TEA'"Is the best liver regulator voa can geti Tbishtsbeen proven>> by hundreds'who have ;
bread of life which came down out o f testified Its L.Edwards of Uisa..
fled to the aotborlt} iha'rctlptnree to Vicksburg? says "Your Nubian Tea has proved ;;
t : :: ht .Not Heaven.onl1'.I.: Jt His I is lite hrl8t the that ideal su hot! tains.His a.. the Word. .,of.God.. .Home:Herald.'. wonderful, in my family, and I wolud not'be without it. The W ,l like to take it." ,Dealers eeU It." ,,
' ,Mannfactaxed by APCNCfX&R. MEDtCINK:COMPANY. Caatta* Tenn,
companionship tb \1 Christ -" : J H a.
Durublsn' .plr.Uon.1] .. "
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|Is unseen but. Hls\presence: lass ..Suicidal .me.*,,
1 OuarontadI real and ''more vital, than the friend That,business, however, -) {,

.}"a .seen at our-side Christ-as-the' bread may be,' vrhfett,takes all coca

...J',. "J.-. ..' 'Of process lite Is of"hidden art.klnlrofChrJIt'SI mania::; because the as t the time culture,', and leaves and growth'opportunity of.the soul for.. P Ufa N M F A 'D E' li1.E. S' SD YE- S

::J.= .= .:.u. ;;. unseen as 'the' a..lml1aUClocf'loOd, eternally suicidal.-The Rev. Charles '

.' ..., .. and, the'_ assurance \of,..swatioa'la'\ -a .Bayard J41 cb.1I.. CI. 'laJacl.. *._:. a aar .eew.ra ties lab p eaN ..ben.ploea t. cold t. e 6 r tfean any.IA.r ojr*-"Ton ,,,
rIt ._r. 7.say e,s hts.a.tipeW ae 1 Wru. lor too* amwt-dare a YI. wJauNSUL ua a Ow u taerr i1 ,u t,

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RETURNS. MASTER'S SALE. of BerrtM. and. BtaU of Oeorgta and deecrlboda
-1 UNOFFICIAL 1 fellows Let 0 Bloek 117 and ,tot a BIocIc'e.3'. toth
1'""" Under and bjr virtu ol a decree lrad out town. of MUHnra. eooatr and Bt.t.. atom'
) D of th*Circuit pour of Iho $.....,,'" Judicial .14. The Breakers by the'I.ea
.... '" Clnroll of His, State of florid. In ndr" for Abe attheaametime and plane OerUOoeteMo. .
I I I Cpiiulr of OwMtDla. sitting lu Chao..Ib"l; .ta: for tea shares. of the. par talus-.f f 100 ;
CANUIDATkB. *ol Mid Court,la and for titld County,oiltbelMhdar Export t; mpall'. .
rn ',to) 15:; IQ ... of April. laU".to a uonaln cult Terms Male raili.., Will be opened June 1' under ,the management of I. M, '

therein MnlllBg, 'whnram W. ".Towund as M O. F, MABBETTE. .
1..1'41.0..1a).. are Oomplaluaula..ud V.\1). ..'ter la Chancery,
1'be' will "be conducted on a higher plane t.haD..e before
Carroll 11& *L are defendant,and 'I."eln 0. V. ,
Uolted 8tatei.. i3ooaurr: ,- thoroughly/ renovated and refurnished. Rooms single ensulte
Carroll"t *J. are Crroa''IDI>latunll.! and' F. : or ,
JOhDS.13eitd..r. . . . 5 '" s 1 ?k'. 'J'owuIOeDd'et.t. mrrf">crww-lef | 'will I An, Ordinance*. with or without private .baths. Floe fishing and the. best surf bathing .
N. B. Brows rd. . . . . .IJI 6 ; 1 ,,6 U In theworid. "
all to the hluhMl and b.ct bidder tut at AN ORDINANCE Amending 8.ctbn.2 and I of -
Duncan U. Fleteber. . . 154 .42 11' ,30 ,11 9Willism S ill (
. . . 1tY public alt la front alb. Court boar door Ordinance Ref the R* Lamar U {
D. 16 a Speclalty'e.A Solicited.
. at KuMtlinineo. Korld. ,during the I<*KI boon BE:IT ORDAINED BT THE COUNCIL..OF THE );.
I\epreaeDLat.h'e' Congress: ;i. I of sale, on th* lint Muud&r lu Juno, lime,. all IUBSlliI.iEIC II a
. . . . . . 16 TOWN OF CITY Rater .1.00( and location
Freak Clerk "92 3 |>oj day uinrarJ aooordln to of rooms. -.
'I tb* right Utl.. lutorent and claim of O,D. Car.roll Section I. That Section t of Ordinance 1 of lb.R.vl -
'Pre.ldentlaJ Electors.1.: . . 811 T 1 I and or Ibis atat.J M?Potter, dall8Cl. ...Ordinanooe be amended. roar t.o4 aa may"MmoNOflTH -- -
U. P. B.Ue7. : '
lu and to the following described knits, l l.sae. _
P. W: Butl.r. . . . . 77 ;". : '..5 6" I Ma".i follow; .
.. andoertUloaUofospital\ took of the .
see t. It shall be the duty of the marshal or -
RobertE.Davl. ... . . . 104 1 6 4.Oeorge -----0-_
L. L.pploltOo.! . 61 3' 4 f I Store Export ion pau7. No. 5ZJ for ten .b rei I police drive or sow. to be. driven to a
. . . 1 of In*ir value of 1100 each pound. within the oorparat llmlla. any horee, .ass
George C. Martin 12. 3: I rlMt f rhr'fKVI'tor'V"11"ff T"ll"4rYr'iFR'Oc iAt i' _
Samuel PallCO .: . . . 811 6 8'O. too foI10108) dekonbud laude ,and IOMeltu4 mute. bull. hoc sheep or....thr to be held at : ,
4 J. St.ruzlero . .. . .. : tI8. 6 2 In 'onotr.: Klorldi; < ,ylxi.The (hs apena of th.owner or owner of the urn KISSSIMMEE. PHONE NO. 8.
:Member N..t. DelD. Com.i n.6! of the neti.* of action 1 town- for at least 't daya. If within that UiAe or at .
,7'.,Albert Jenoing. . . . '71 10.. ,4 1 1 .hlp ok.01"I"".e.; th..wUof th. neM, the wK any tim before. sale. a* hereinafter provided. the 1
William S. .Ieooiojt.. . . ftJ 13 4 1 of the ...'/. the nwX of the uwXt the eH of, thewi owner or owner of pitch animal "call", for the
N..t. CODvent.iu .. -. It or they ..hall be delivered. to him or them' c.w. Griffin ]
Delegates o.. ) the fiwV of the ".and the eH of the ewU :: r'
from Stuo at Large: of the..'.of_t",11I" towMhlp CI a of r >211 .; on the payment of 11 for each animal eo taken 1-i
1 J. E. Alexander . . .. . ,G2 ,1. 3 the elf, of the."'U. .tat.}tb* n'4! of the a' O.. 13owdon . .. .; :J7 1 tkm 1 4 towiuhlp U I of r 88 el the i>H of the ne!(. dky or fraotlonai..rt thereof during which such
Max M. Brown..2: . 1 2 tb .wK of the and the animal or anltnala la or ar oonnnod. in payment ofupenee -
the ale of the n. < nwW > Fancy i Groceries i.
J. HaU Brumley! . ... .. . 2.'i .' I \ eU .of ecUwii f township Si.of r W ei. the'nw!" *for taking. feeding and celling for such Family :J ,f ft.
. . .. .. ,.. 34 ,1Charle. < animal when eonflned' ; Provided. howver. that
A .O.CI.WI. of the ne<4. the nV' 1". Eaton .. . 21 3:J a 1 nwH. the wit of the.w'i' and the a!< of the .wU the dally eharg for hog, .....P or troat'.hall be Fresh .
I). J. Herrin . ...... . ".. 30 3 ,. of eetlon. 'H towiwhlp 2S. of r 1 28 '.! the nwU 10 cent Instead of/M! cent aa atoraaald. t.. Meats. =
A, J.,.P. Julian . .,:. .. ,8 of the..."of_lion 21 towrahlp 98.: of r 1M! .1 l lwHoftheew : Section/ S That Section S nf Ordinance of the .
n A. S.' Mann. . . . ",. .. 40 1 6Jae. the :,ofeecUonleiKlelUof. R. R. Revised Ordinances' be amended; eo aa to. road a. IIa Delluery Every 'Day at any Hour.. Patronage Solicited, .

Ii. W. P1ul1l"l .. it Jj 2FI.anIcW.Pope..2 In.*' "' 3: See I. If after; five day no owner or own.* .lacjAs.5.fir.fkatb {, '
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the"w!(of the ow).. the nisi! of the *wS of wo. R
J. H. HeeIi8. . . . . . . 24 1 ton 5 towiuhlp M.of r-t.1; lh. e'! R. H. I haelcleford.; :. .... 47 .3 :' 'i,,1'+ :: ." th .wU sod. tlte*!" of the ..<< of eetlon l ltownchli. II' be advarUMd by at lout three posters by the 1M1M11'N'N'NN' .
t i if. B. Stoneman . . .. . .. .7 \ ;,,3 It"Delc'lratf" .M e of r 2t.1; th. iw',4 of the' nw''(. the marahal for fiv*day, and hall be sold In front of e.' ""Nti1NNtiNtiKK""1MNMNVNM$ '/ '
Nat.. Convention '. Y ''I"20d "..',of the M V of action 13 township \!i. of r the town pound. to the hly heat bidder for each! t

ConjrrelJlloo..1 Di.t.: !. 28.;the elf of the ay(of action 8 towahlp 23) a Provided however that should soak animal b*a i c,.Aj. .CARSON' Pr*.ldo.t, N. C. BRYAN.' 8.G".r.7' Si
J'V.. Uund . r; . . :m rl 2 of r a)r; all of _loa S towruhlp 2t. of r 2Te: hail hopor _t.ald adrarUaament shall b*
TS.Dsvts. .". . ,'. . .. 047 I 2 th. .!.i of neU and th..!{of*.\\4 ewtion "'wn- onmmenoed l on the day following. the aoUure of =- .---, ., .. :a: E
Pat !oj urpby .. . . . . . :iO 3 I 1 hip 25.of r 2t.; Ito n'i oflnek eeetlon IKtowMhlp2 such hog sheer or goat. Out of thelproeeodi of i .
'raolc O. Sebrlnjt. . . . 39 3 lJ. \.ofr2 .:Lute.. 2.0.4 In block I; such aal the mpena Incurred. aa

s . H. Vick.. . . . . ... .118 4 6 all bk ...2.3,,4. 5. 4. 7. R\, II. 10. II, Ul block I 12 of tloned ahalUbe paid into the town traaeuryi the Waters. & Carson Co.
+ \ Fur Governor: Puliifer".rk..U Mock IS, Iota L X.n.4 'In block balance.If any. to the owner If b* appear within i Grocery
Jefferson B. Drown . 18 1 1 14, Iota I. t. 8 In block 11, lot 8, 4. B, e la block IV thirty days after_leI and In the event that he .

Albert W. Gilohrist . . 136 .' IO31 24 7 Iota 2""... 't i. Iin block-JU.!! all hi....... ,21 I. Z:!. .xl.. M, doe not appear within thlk time and hla identity :-.--- ": *hol. afa' ad Betall DaaNn IncRc ,
John N. C 8tockwn. . : 102 .4' 16 2 23, 'Jii, 27. 28, 211. 3U. all the'abovn lot' and. block la not dboov. rod. then th. entire proceed shall. I
9ecret.r'of 8t..t. ItlulmeuWlvlalun of be paid Into the town _1117.
being In Wet *eotton '
u. Clay Crawford . . . 125 8 13 211!township 23 a of r'SUa.xeet.tlnar and r*. Section Allordlnanota. or ........ thereofIn|| ciRIE S : ,
Attorne General:' Mrving however therefrom a strip Of tend. (*0 conflict herewith b*, and the em.are0. herb ..- -
W. I.' EIII.. ... . . . . .. 72' Ii : 8 foot wide now OMX]asrlghtof/ way for railroadpurpoeee nealedPaaaod. l
: . :. lOll .. ..1Oompt.roller 9 In session this 8th day of May. A..I908. .
Park M. Trammell. r.Tbom..11 ;the awi! of nw!"..'i of nee)(of nw'i!' ope* \
: the ne1!4 of ewH and the wrt of wNof n wM section D. W. >SEARS. COUNTY AGENTS POI
J. Applevsrd . .4 4A Acting Freeidtnt of Council of Town of Itlool", -
township\ ZS.of r:29*; the wM.! th. nw'" of
C' Cruum. . . . . . . 127 6 : 22 D neV4 and begin!chaine.of.W earner of the eM! mee City.AtteeU .. II A Y I CRATESGRAIN i
J.\V.Knlllbt. ,. . . : . "HI' 3 of the aM of MUon towiuhlp 29.of r We and I Celebrated Fertilizers 1
J. R. GILBERT Cleric of Said Town.Approved
Treasurer: \ run thence H chain*and X* links to w aide of I 1 ETC.
.W..V. Knott . . . . . . 110 .r 13 Atlantic Coast Line Railway)tbeno northeater- by me this 11th day of May. A. D:
1'Ot. < T. M. MURPHY. _. Circular add PHc.
State Pub. Instruction: 1
Supt. parallel. with said.1I..ay U: chain.: thence II
Wm. M.; 1I011owa .. ..... 122.., '. .' 16Commi..loner chain and &1}{ Ihb... beginningn same being In MaSor of the Town of Kl_irnmeo. City. I Fnr.ihd oa Appllcatlea. /

Alfrlcultule: Mellon S township 25 s of r 7:>"I; the neU of the
D. E.' McIAn . . ., . . 103 6 13
r non( section 10 township %a of r lit: .1! the wH! of
Rallro.d C'mrni..loner: I' .w!{ and Ui*n. fUTal C. Durso.... . . . of r 211.; th*.wH of nwW of nw8se. 11 town. ,
E. \\'. Irvine. . . . . . 66 1 2 2 '' .
.hlp 2A.of r z\'01; the w'k! ..f n..f" ... Wt K. Jackson . . . 24 1 2 1 township 84.of r 2r ei: the.wM of neN eeetlon 13
Julius S.loman .. .'. . . -IJ 2 township:SU s of r W.; the IIw4! of nM **ctk>n iii Co7. z1 try :l='rocS.uce a. 5 ooitaity.wwNwwS.
Adjutant General.: II townahlp Zd.of r 2\1.1 i all MOtion 7j the ali of i
,' 'J. Clifford n. FO.Ler.If" \ 6 '7 nM of section IS the n4 of .w" ...... 6.. the f
a State Chemist: nwJi of.-"'aectfaa S9, all In township fits of .
R. E. Itoee ':, .... ,. . 135 6 13' r 0e. '
Justice 01 Supreme Court: ) A.... all their right. Utle and Interest 'In -
'William A. Hoolcer.. .. . 9fI 6 '6 -
J and to following lasses;flub-Uaa' from D.
Tboe. M. 8hackleford.... 8H'. 6 3 0.I_; "'{of n&i.the n' State Attorney 7th CircuIt: of.ectkMia.theaHof**!K and eH of nwH! of ANNUAL EXCURSION''

Joo. U. Jooe. . .....f..;. 13l I. 7. 18. .octow 14, thee- of.!'- the jiwjf of a.)i, and JEWELLERAnd :
atate Senator .w H of neK of action It In township ,III a of r lit ..
D. am . .... r. 168 25 24 .1 16' fS Z8 .9 ......-.0--- ..
"?,' l *! the.U of w!"of doe 17. Uv* w4 neX.thBw ) ... '.
L. O. M.1e1 ".Y ...r . '1 16 5 U Z Z U )<,ii'{of..,", and**),of *eetion I.. the Bicycle Repair Shop. .

; Repre ent.'I".: wH of.wH and. **!! Next to Sunny AND
. I 41 1
C. 8Acree.
.Iot' 8 38 7 2S 14 e ahip2\.of r.10.; the awN.f nek. th* a.,4 of. ,, .
welterJuer.r..I.t J."" 28 6 29, -, awl h the.! Clerk of Olrcult court.: section M_bID 2ft.of'OJ\' th.aK of nU
kt'' Arthur E. DODejfan. ." '1. 23 '16 45 J2 and*)M of ai eeetlon i:towiuhlp 211.of r 28.;the HEALTH AND VITALITY .MAY-25

Supt. Public Iostruolion:. ', ' .wW of awN, ..."of n'xi.nw!. '
W. J. Beare .. ..... .... .. 227 30 M 62 15 62 24 6 ew" and. ....!,of nwN MOtIon 7 townahlp 12S. of The great Iron and tonIC rentoratir tor meu yTy
C.E.Yow.lI. .,,. ....'. . 107 1 13 If 3. 6 16'TaJt 6 r 11I.1 the W" 6f aw)"of oi! .!( offnwK.and bUild.jd women u ,.prod"T.'III_atd etremrth renewi and the 811a1l'normal. ,.' -VIAATLANTIC -

Collector: wU of n&i at wi eeetion gp nwM of nwX rigor, For. kale by Oaoeola Pharmacy or br '
c. L. n.nd1. . . . ..r.. 24. 21 35 6o If 4& J8 9 ection2Uaw"W nwX aoeUenlH, n)4) and th. mail 1oe per box S boxes for. as.oo. COAST M'
_ R. T. Bu..ler. . . :. . ,.. 9J 19 .10. IT .3 )5 3. 2 .."of.. -4! of.."......w}{of..'i section LINECRATES

Tat Assessor: '. I township 15/ .of r W*) sub of ....",. nH ofMUaetton ; .' ';;, ,....'r.:, :; ;. ., ..' '' 'i" ," '
J.L.Oyerstreet.. . .. .'$'} 143 ,' 17 s 11 42 ..37 CJ .j 113"" .."of_M eeetion ;24 township .' .' ,/' ') FROM KISSIMMEETO : ,"!:"'t""I.'y"! ".;:.-'" '

T a.urer: : ..4,,' . W s of r 2tI *j..I(. .' [
L. Doam&o...:,.. ,. .... T3u ,. > 4 1., 3 B 2 SOaofrllOeieHefiM section SI, w14> of nwUeetlon > ,""V.ldo.t." ( U"yi'" "I tfS 60 '1'.1/ 1":
.J., Wr Collfer'.a;; ...::'; ;::I24 : i ?:.31'4 13 '12 3 M township 14 a of r 29 .. .._t auch " ",.'-, "." 'J"t\ 'BaInbrW.... ,' t.rt>'j'O"il4(4'" *':*'( .!:.:}..t6,OU
B, C. Miller-. : ....... : . .. 111 21 32 13 35 26 6' : part of aaktwHof mw!, section 81.a* liea. .of Tho .. ,fi, 660 Bo-U! ". . ,:.!. <,.r...;4.1.a..t..J5, 6Q I

,Sheriff: 11. .5' '2 I public road:lama' from R C. 1'artI.wU of neN! Albany. .. . . .-., ... . ., 6 60 -- .,. . .,. ',.< .." 8 60 a'M'R .
C. Buckl. . ...i..i 6 111 3 nwM of*eM and M} of ewK" action It townahlpWof a c ; v. '
Geo.,W. Overstreet.i.t, 10 29 31 18 1 r sm*;'-from Pen,W'TUoaneof Tifton . . . .- . *- . . . 650. Moot1ce I ..1.. ..,.. .,.!... .. 660Ticlrets ,
.C.' P.. Pl..a........ .. ........ ,. 192. .6 31 31 13 ,26 21 7' nw'/i section :20 townahlp :29 *of l H8! 1_' rom 49 r r
County Judge: Peter Moontehkn-awM of neN section t township \ AND RETURN
W.. R. Jobn.toD""I.; 1 .. 161 22 35 8 26 2 JO 2V*of r W e:leae from U B Parti -..,J of

_ '1. A. MiOlt . ..i.i.: . n. 21 2T 9 Z6 10 1Prgeecutlnit awN section 2S.of r W.;lea from Oscar Baa You WelL 'on sale May 25th, with final limit June 2d. N-
Attorney:, ......;. -.Hof nwN. .'4 of awMandaeVf of action 17. '
I. ,0. Ii:., Krlbba. . .'. .'.1,,.,..,..'. 1 6 16 g 15 r 2B .10 .M of..!\4 aectlon It.aeM" of nw.i, wM section t ( ,Good on all Passenger Trains.. :' .
'I.L. Moon .,,, .". "' '' '' 134 18 1Supervt.or 3D .', of 4teglstrstloo: rW>.:..... from Edward, Yates. .t.1 ) M
A..r. BootbI . . . . . ,3n 2 6 1 3O -wH of e4! section 7 and fiwK of neJ4 section. Jt tls. an For Information and Tickets call on Ticket Agent, or .
.'W.OrlmD . . ... ... 1& 20'.1 9 32 19 6 18 township 85 a of r 29.;'laaa*from Walter liaia, j. w. CARR. T. p. A. TAMPA-F :A. j. d, KIRKLAND P. A. ;+
J.'A. Lasosster.: . . . .. 126 .11 16 T 11 1 4 8r-w'4o! .'!!(,eo!;of ewXandall. that part of + L Ideal T. O.WHITB..O. PA. WIJUMTNGTON: N.'C. W, J. CRAIG, P.. T. M., y"
JI: W. Oll"er... . ."n. .. 189 10 16Co. right/ of way of St. aloud Sugar. l!elt Railway :err "" 4
Com. Dletrict No. 11: Iota K. .. b and the.H of eo'jof! section. 2H, lot 1. fi Remedyfor! r r ..... .. .
E. L. i e1eyiY ,. .. 246 2. .4 and. *.\\4 of ....4 and. eM Motion 83. ..W.nd iIwri t
Co. Com N"o. 8 ... ..'. ..... .. '
4,, District : i12 "and wjjof! ef ae'4 of section Constipation ,..., .. '" "" '"
E.S..Browo..Ii. . ... '7 M all In townahlp 1-).of r 29.;ala all of..!i of : r1' S CC[ nrdC4wf r.
f"';' E., IL; D. Overstreeo.' .. .; "" 29' 11 . '. . *.'4: awH of aM of aeU lying south of right of ..cuss nawo.m.La ,,_M'MAOH.. ...N.T MAOMi. Y

3.'T Re4te..'. . . . .. ... .9 .33 I. way of 81. Cloud Sugar Belt Railway and n'i! of .
Co. Corn Dlstrlct No. 9: : swN of MetioaBl townahlp 23 a off*>.: also all M{
O.'i.. D..t.Len"i. ..,.;. '" ..f, 8 ., ,.. factional sections 1 and. I townahlp 18 a of r IR.l 'F1D1 MACH BROS.
J. 8. Htr.t.t.oa .' ... ': ",;. 30 6 .l I ate. wi pf section_hip 2e. of r 80 eu Indigestion ,
W.. H. M.w n.; .,:.;. ..l'oi'.... ' "" 3. 1 alto of..!i section U ,township ai: of 2hattleeiwof e
po: Com. Dletr/ot No.4: 11 y' 3 & the railroad: leaae from'' .A E.! Blllous- Feed and Sale Stable.
Jobs H. Bai.d.n . ...r: Whaley-n''4\ of.."and aK of ee>.(section Livery | ;
35 ,
Elmer fl, Bus . . .. ..... \ 11' e. w;4 of BH aecttcm 6. Taitd, all that part ,.
W. R. Ood.ln. . . . . .. 11 of Motion H that 1U. w of canal township 28 of i-: ness and WOOD-:DRAYINO
Henry U..r.oook. .. . . 7 r:W a;also. all of th. timber on.......7 township .. A *r" 7
Co. Com Dletrict No; 6: 14.of r M>.;alno*.*tram W. n. Bua-lot* 1, -- 7
EvorytUlng is Now and First-Class. Wo will 7
G. M. Hubbard. ., . . .. .. 2. S", 4. .. I. '.8.II. w.. ||. H. I*.14. In, III", 17. IS. 19.XI. lPtJ PmcaaCayern Dyspepsia.
. ; ;.. .. . . ' . 29 U. ass. St. K.Ml.ST. :M.111I.40. 41, 4t 48. 44. 48.; a.nyeoe&re PWDCIfa. ,, Render Prompt and Satisfactory Ser
Member Board Pub.. Inetruotloo 44, 47 aa ahown by Plat of Eden ta aeetion 21
'" vice DAor' Night.* All Kinds
: township 2(.of r 29.:alee all aU of nw!" ofaeetioB. -
''DI. No. 1- I :28 townahlp*a of r 21 a that lie of Heavy Hauling.
,,0 W. C. Ba". . . . ",'.. .. 201 right of way of Atlantic Coaat Un*.railroad a* It It U good for the Liver. Kidney, 8tomocli -
DiiLNo.2-, .. I JP.O'Crumartl..jI. now rues through said forty;also all that part ofneUofaeti ., .UowrU and Blo<...l. AT SEAMAN'S OLD STAND. PHONE,113.a 1
,E.E.; Brown. .. ..,. ..t.. . 4 and. *.-i ef...>i and'.!K of .." a* It t.kra The place of ea10me1'aDd leava
{. .:. . .. .31 r 1 ,' ,. I....on the north aid.of 8h.......creek aa It ,now no bad ftrr effect .
DI.t. No. 3'C.H.L.'Cbandler..I- . ''' .......I.--.31..hlpl5.oI. *II e: .11 of It Is .needed 'in th. Spring Bummer: _
t '' ,. '1 26 tb*above auhjeet to th.t.-IM.... 'eoodltkm of TVllandWinter\ by Men, WoweD andlllol J _

Sol Rad.r.on.;. ... ..... 'I! 1 18 4 aid -.< A..Urgwr tart of old,-. aa i.* \ ren. ... s ,7. __

J. B. TumbUD.. .... .,'.. . 16 40 16 '. .'. I ........ by the earn Slaving: ..*...worked. and'.a ll it extremely palatabl.a.cbUdrealik. CiO... <>0 >.0. <.>0<}OOOpOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO. < ..l '
i tl. bottle from' -- -
State Committeeman' largo part of earn having nearly. KpU'ed. Buy.a .. 4
Arthur E. Donegan. :;.... .216 I 1. ,.24MewberConir Ala at the eam.tbns and. piss the. followingdeecrlbed C. A. CARSON J. A. CRANrORD. g. U LUPFaTR.rrtaldent. k ki
Vicr PreatdsL .
\ e.tona1Com.: raal state altuat In Orange Roberson's" $Beeretair
', M. 3 Hlok. . ... ... .'..... ... .100 8 1J CounLy. State _l I..Florida\ ' ,Th wet r', Pharmacy, i t
a .Member. Sen. Ez Pll11t. Com.: ; )U af action 81 townahlp C4 a'*f y' t. *. 'j: '

T. w. Ellis...,.. \.. ;..;}... tS 9 I 'Abn.t.he following land. .aituatad. .|a.the L _.... \If.ICISSIMMI< F'LA.Z.IS .. .
.1. W. MUler .. ..;.... ...,. ,,1<>0 9 18 KISSIMMEE/ ; LUMBER CO.
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Member County Committee. :. , ;, -. w -n
Ptecloc' No. :

T. M. Murphy. ,.,0l........!.. THE.GOOD OLD SUMMER', TIME "* )j
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