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: December 4, 1908
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00362
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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>We Uy Property. Chanted!, The, :steamer *'Llllle 'and Roseada, Is' What the Vwo-ladi Well, is RowirtR Friendship( Lodge Kpttbtit.Pythtil'held U ". .. .: ,., 'S"'; ".", ". "'.,.. ,. .1 .
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&ce-" .. comm'.nde4.bl..C.P.. Clay Johnson McCool Its semi-annual election Wednesday f '.. oJ"* "' .' ,..1 "I.. ,:(' ;,. I' .. '
.TIIis Week at and at the I Place ottte'- on "I' '_: : J' ," <'U." i:; ,
Sr.-i Johnson'Jr.'re'Poctty.lv
Cap"J.7 fast ..i_ ,......'.... 'i'
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large turnout. .JJ1I1 ''in..11'n
U .: .;,:<.,r'.',....,::'**"y.',low figures.. a oranges and, are grapefruit bringing on little,their.1..week./ .1 .East( Side oftheJ.kL' : of'Tbe the member officer elected* being for attendance..the ensuing ..Jf7 ', "'S. ,.:.,,t:: -',,'r;i, : '.,.y,. .U '' .I ..

"q '?_ f': 'U' "ty trlpt from points along the river." a. '. term are'as followsC "", :: '/' -':, .p4,i: a
There .l.D'd boom KlsalmVase far down a. Bainger. Mrj .. M E., 8. Beeland C til. ." .. i I
la no. ori In 1 Wv'\ CooI. a Plttsburjr cap \ .,; '; ,
,' aod-oo one here de.1re.d% Going down both steamers carry a Itallet. owns .a., magnificent'.orangegrove T* M, Rivers, ,YVC.> '; S.. ,.. ,i." .. '.. t ,. 4:- S'.4'k-.l', ( ; I !:!
general cargo of merchandise for merchants .3.-M. P. S , ..,' '
b condition prevail, but of I.f.1Ico1l.abl. ; and peach j orchard at Steer Gardner .e S ;\ ,' '.' : ," ? I
.property has changed haodi.rm in' the small town and'Urge Beach, about seven miles from Klstlm- ,G, B. Woodall. M. of W. "' ,S.S I'. '} '': ,' .' a
ranch owners along' the route, and the , each instance the perchss.rb&at mea on the east shore of Lake Tobo- Bandy; of F. J. '
loads are full,for the people who are R.-G. Johnson-. '" H_ _'' ,, --'f4..:.: ... :
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cultivation of K. -
vpov It or put It in or pekallga. t Being possessed of'-plenty : ; ; -r-r--- '+t
Is 1010 .o at an e..It'datoeY-; forced to depend upon; boatiTtoarrythem of means, tba, gentleman decided be R.: p., Meek K.! of,R. S. > :. " .
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i beings demonstrated every da 1e supplies are not.rtmnlng any risk weuld'do some .experimenting in having R. ..... Roberts; at A,' : ; '::',:."
sou tn and around this town IsIJLery this season of the1 water going down well bored and engaged Mr..A. I W. M ,"' Moseley' 1. G. > ." 'Sf\iTC \ I .,.

;;. "adapted to.the growlnarwof and they being'left with....empty shelve. A. Loll to do the work.' J. M., S.nHIl1 O.. G. ; : : .1. ." *

...... track and .especially a. to crlbt in their store- ,and np;oora 'In" their' Mr. Loll began work 'withhis machine I M. 3. HIcks J. A. L.Dc..tel'aod, B.. \ .. . ," J4 . ,'.
atery, lettuce and Irish potatoes, and < there on Wednesday morning of last O. Miller. trustees. ; ,, /
,: It II the wonder of every tourist that Capt. Clay Jooson.J9r... states week, and on Friday night had struck. B.. .C. Stanford, A. E:. Donegan.,1;and ': T "' \<<
thousand of "
,.=! ,of. those vegetables are not grown. down are vet the river to boxes and of fruit that a flow of nineteen gallons a minute. 'U:; T. Hicks- representative. to Grand S. ... ', .
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a depth of two' hundred feet, the' well Lodge} A. S, Gilbert, J.A. LancasterandJ. " ,,
..NlW; D.-Rotundo.tas'.considerablyitlR It. will Lake both boats the. balance of i being a diameter of only two inches M. Gardner, alternates. : ,, :, :, I II
the winter handle it; but ,
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than a half acre In-celery, and,al- to w.1111 That 'How being .lufflcient for all Roma Thomas, DTP. O. C..0. ..' e. : .'.,. ,. !
i Y b. ha been offered good sum all be safely landed in packing practical purposes, work was stopped, After the 'election Mr..,W.'J. Sear : : ,..{f.,,:>:;,. '
U .U crop,U but ism. it.will net him in this town If the water. .ta,bOU".j although Mr. Loll states that by going announced that Messrs. B. C..Stan ,/ I"'I";; ,: '1,. ';.'"

...t S800 It he. ship it. himself. .enough through to the permit canals him to fan, deeper be is'positive a much greater ford A; E."Donegan, C. L.; Bandy and -. 1 "\: ; ? ,

which' Intends to do. ,- The Llllie on each trip J'down'carries flow could be obtatneL' L himself had ordered refreshments for -, : .;.... _"- i- -c. -
'Mr. J. R.',Moore slated .to a,representative !iiJTblijuecessofgettlng'aucbr a flow the lodge'and Chancellor CommanderBell .;
sold .one or more huotItigarLIe..wbo generally tear the surface all suspended the "
of this paper that had so has allayed fear business ,for time ,
200 worth of potatoes thatcost bifiD 8'Q.lntoo until camp somewhere alongtbe on the;part of our, citizen thatiumoient belll"wbile the members 'gave themselves .- . ;
route the boat has
t;I; only t4 all told to produce, and that when here made b.vi around i water supply could not be Ilot.teo'to' over to the full enjoyment of the '
['bit of and tomatoes would, trip they return tborcu"blY'.trrJcr&t.e large excel lent collation furnished by these
crop squash .\ Jl'1"O".1and I '
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In deer '
ing- enough sport killing .
V[do equally aswell.When .'. truck: garden In cae..s of continued brethren.1 > .: : S. "
and email.game to last them until. peitROGEBOIiUPFE : While i
,"- ground will produce 'vegetables droutbsnd'maoys.oreswlll, be some passing 'disappointment ? .
to that extent it. Is little wonder ,.'season.. . I. planted In truck this coming year that. may have been- felt by defeated candidates .
"U %a.t the vacant property Ibeing rap- '.'; have oes.r- before''felt' the touch of a no evidence' thereof appearedon ,

ij; 4By taken up at the figures at which it J;U ., plow.. S '. ,- I tbe..surface, and'tbe. best of good Gte'v' '
E, it offered .''m.DJ instances low t Mr. Loll tatea that. he has oraers to. feeling and fellowship prevailed durIng 1' 'e' :
that prospective purchasers are 1m- KlaslMweeJHadldei. Weds 'aM-A.. bore well far enough ''in radVance to tbe-entlre-evenlng. j I' I

ti..crested with. the, Idea.that'.somethingiseitber ":c\mt City Gentleman.Tbis'morntng ., *' ;...' keep him constantly employed fojr six Friendship Lodge has been growing I' ;
:, wrong,with the ground or the I months, and Is contemplating adding bv leaps and bounds, the past year, "
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i eta. thereto.UThISW9k. at.the'':Tremont Hotel an"additional' machine to hi* outfit, the and now numbers aenong its. ranks - .,... '", .

!. )1Ir.-7-Y.Wmoll: .J..., Mr. Barry" Roger of,.St..,. Augustine only reason that. he ,b. not done so nearly one hundred and twenty. members 1", U ' U IU 1ft._,..

.so1d to .iW* 8. B. Cull the .block of a3d Miss Nellie LupferiOf Klstlmmee. before being that"it is almost'impossi I representing a large, por loo.of S .;t !;,j
,land Just north of the famous Rotunda were united In the holy bonds of matrimony -i ble to secure the services of a competent -, the flower and chivalry of Klsslmmee

,A truck garden, and Mr. Cull will U atotooebelrloputtlnetoe bv Father Fox. Mr.. Barry man .handle it.. Be wlll-4 egln aDd'OIoeola county manhood.- When '
U U :soil :in shape Drummond'of Jacksonville was best' next week: boring well on hU property the 'representatives. of '*- Friendship .

,;---cultivation nil his intention to man and $bridesmaid Miss Metal lately ,acquired from R7 W. Thuri Lodge meet with the-GrandrLodgerat ,

,1ollQ. along' the same lines. svs Mr. Black well of Klsslmmee. Others present I man which intends-ta. plant in Irish-. Miami next March they will hare a report ,
-IRotundo-,. and_as the character.the were Ml t* Mary SmHh of Orlando i potatoes.: ... io make that. will cause the. other Lpti, ANO ftff
i, soil is the sama.thera Is no- reason to and Mr.; Earl' Lupfer' of Klssimmee. lodges of Lhtat.to.It" up agd! take ,

:'Moubt that bis garden will equal thatbof They left on'the 3-20 train for Klsslmmee. Valuable Information Free. DOt. ce. .,'. ,, ,', S." ..: ...'
Mr.Uotundo's. in a 1e..'. time. .'where a reception will be held at : [ : -
Mr. E."I Sears of Pennsylvanl the home of the, bride's parents. Afterwards I.t I. pleasing toO note the real practli STATE FAJli NOTES. ,

<, has sold to Mr. J. M. Willson, Jr.. Mr., and Mrs.' Rogero will cal Information the Wilson &; ToomerFertilizer -

,the takfront--prop.rty-st-the-end-of leave for St..! 'Augustine. where they Company Is sending, out. in With $20,000 In racing purses and ..0'a'w'

'. Stewart avenue.As yet Mr. Willton will\ make their future home.OrlandoReporterStar. their. booklets..yergrower; in the $15,000 in cash'prl&8I for eihlbitt the '! ", *
}i: hat not decided 'what disposition he I state and all'prospective settlersshould next State fair promises to eclipse any : : \1
Lwlll make of-It-but. It Is more than The bridal party arrived here'on the. have a set\for ench Industry of its predecessors In attracting the Interett -

improbable it. will be used for trucking I 4 o'clocktraln; and proceeded'to the i described in a thorough manner by an .ofJfrei people ... ::_ .......... 'a' -
.. purposes'Lb. oomlngaeaQnLl _ut_ hom -,or'Mr.. and Mr*. 8., L. Lupfer,: authority.Thereis quite a series of .. : I
' Mr. A..A: Loll has leased for a term the bride's parent, stopping over till' book ctn citrus culture and valuable Prof George'M. Lynch of the Unit, M" '

fcA-of year the Thurman block running the midnight train, which the happy leaflet* on strawberry' and..,plneapple verstty of Florida has suggested to the ...... .._ .. ."' ' ,!.., ,,
from the depot. .iaketand ishavJmg young couple boarded for St. --Augus. culture but perhaps the three that are State Fair management. tbe advisability ..::... .. ,, , ''': ''t', ,1;.. ; ',' '

It put In shape for the planting of tine. especially Interesting at this season -of offering special prize fop agrit '- < "". t, ' U- "
Jrisn potatoes.U Expert potato growlers The bride Is oDe of Ktaslmmee'a most are the complete booklet,. lorld. Vegetables cultural exhibits by high school pupil '. '. : ,: '.''. .;.:' ,, "",.. ;.. .. U ' ;',

who have seen thJS particular piece charming\ : and beautiful young ladles, I and the leaflet :Irish Potatoes of Florida, products to .be grown by ," \. \hr..' ',; '_...., ... ,, 1\, ,' ''', ,", ,
'. leanvseyenty her I and Fa.ll Fertilising Citrus Trees. :'I '" ,,,1". ".- ,' ., '" I'}' ,, .. l' <','t'
of landasy it- will produce at and presence here will be'sadlymissed the pupils tbem.el ves. The Fair management '. 1'A '. c. ', " '\ '- : < .'
Kaon is a. lull treatise. of Its subject -- 1' : .. ;. ,.... it}
barrel of potatoes to the acre. by a Jarge Cl1cle.of, warm,J ha adopted the idea and 1250 "' '" :<..' ,',.. [
would five friends. 1 yet so CODC1le,It.. Is bandy for the pock; ; .. I.. .. '
but claim that I K -net thnes in-catb prizes will be offered for such = ,0. .... :
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U venue It granted Irf ler3- _. The Vallayulatloos flttA. .-tend. nl'tnet.at.,I"et. In no case bat so much Information -.exhlblt"L7-..-f_- -, .. ,, '>_ .'if. .. .. _'--_.."...- ... 2'U. __: _.. _,__...__ S. '...'A."f'V
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,Several small grde V of one sore1esL.haVebeenpln1 to the. Win.ingucha1oyelxbr1de. ; r.u b practical value been'givenIfree ; ,; :
younggroomupon = c-" '
'_ to the pubi icexcept bytbeagrN' Tampa will give ,Hon.: William JannThgt'BryaflAnd . .. (,' I :
>r ;'Ihla fa1Lb ., .Ji- J . .. I',''''' :1 __ 'ii4 "I"IWatdh1
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: persons wbo-never be OUt attempted .. t cultural department of ..1i88tat.e Or the -wlteauch a't good T: = ( 0 :---7", -" ': """'

'rucking, and they without exception United. States. ', ',,_' time February 4 that the distinguished i ,.' ;,;;

port handsome returns on the money FAWNfE4tSELY.TODThe ,, '' .t' Ii Nebraskan w1l1'Jorfet. all hi* defeats "'
.jtvealea. *. Coats i -Belijf Shipped. In the popularity asa i'
follow na'very: terse, and at the private citizen.' The address of Mr. ,
trucking
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"-'; Good ground can bought Mr. J. l'. O Berry shipped 129 head .
tame time. complimentary; paragraphswere Bryan at the State Fair? grounds on j
U In the city fo"f..omUOto WOO an acre of goats to Tampa last week..wblcb he
handed in to't.btt office and they that date 1* expected to be of the '
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t and out of the city as low tlO an soldto'Fred Worth the well-known ; .
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U'f, acre, and at. these figure it is no- wqn- speak so pointedly on' Issues vital to butcher. Mr. O'Berry thinks that the, most; eloquent. pf hal life and will .. :" ," :: : > .
; der siles are being made almost everyday us all that they are produced here" with ratting of goat In this section is more sound the keynote; of the next.nationalcampaign. II '.fr "- :. ... .,j' ." 1"-.,,
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the greatest. pleasure; .*. t Ft1;,"' ,):) '''i'' t l.t' \ '
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.U bv our real estate dealers. profitable than the raising sheep; : '" , ',"' ' .' "f ;
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U '* A considerable. number of prospective --- and he has tried both. HI i I. the common The State Fair1 management. ha Appropriated >A" ,. ';I 1 : ", 'r I., :: :; -_
buyers are at present in town i One of the best known commercial goat, mixed with the Angora 600 for prize for.the State. '"'" " I'I'"H'"" '>:It PI' _. :"

.' most of whom are here as' a result OJ, travelers 'who vlsitk Klsslmmee asks breed, &nd'- "bea' ready fojr market Fair Athleticgames. a series of con ',r:. ,,,.,' ( ,,, ,r0' .tl "'" \ ; ,.

.;,\,?"* &(r effort of the'Valley Gazette and "Wh.t.'.- ..be. matter with Klseunmee? bring about M a head. The greatest tests open only) too actual student of .\ I' '". " \;{ .
'i' "Vie. Board of 'Trade.'and those'withwhom Is it your Board of Trade, or the Village drawback he find Is tbe'.depredation colleges and high schools of the state. ... I :" I"" ..'

' '. we have talkedupre.s them'telyes Improvement Society, 01'.1' it the of wildcat and; other4 varmints among' The'contests will be conducted on,the (,,"Y.,1! - '... ,.. "...L .. ,.
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<' as highly" pleased with''our town Valley Gazette's. Inspiring tones that his kldn. ... r, . ._ .... , rule and .regulations adopted at 'h."orld' I Ii T'r.:1'..., .. --I'
I!, 7u4'countj, .n4- say thatthe statement I 1. making such a change in ,the tenor famous : ;
J. inan- Olympic President
Mr. W. Board thepopular games. -
:;: wade. in this paper regardingU of the town?" W, the question ; .
Brown of the State Fair has-the : "
of Chase 3e Co. nurseries :
condition prevailinghere are not. in to the next. ,'but the ager large ;
just
man. put pen
located W cordial approval of the beads of Institutlons : I.
at .00,: spent a'couple of .
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J <4be_least overdrawn.jENJOYABLE, . ,')'t behind our ear long enough to say O. ; :" \ I ,," .
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of in the state In ,
day here this week looking after bus.inets learning this '. .ttt, \,1 i/., .1 ''' ,
There Is something the air '' '
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; keep for his nursery.' 'Mr. Hoardstates Idea whicb'it is proposed to make an : : -, ,
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:\\A.N, : U EVENT your"., eyes' .open. and.watch Kltslmtnee.. ? ..that he"-now has, about- ftft.y annual event..for.the stimulation of Interest ;:':L.{ : ::
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thousand extra fine .trees ready for among ..
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;. j .::4 Mr .J. Z. Roberaon E.tertain I ,
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.Llttenf Do you hear .much knock marketandwhile herebet made'arrangement generation ot florid a. );;, .. 'f 'S--l ; ..
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.':.,'" .at a.Social Friday Kv..lis._.., ing?,.The Valle"-'.aaze"'" is a rgood. with R. O. Meek.fO act a*_ : '/ :, ' ;: ,'' : ; ;1

l. An evening of pleasure that will lie sounding board for the wInless message hi. local agent'and receive' and forward lanier Locals. .4 S : ', .. S"J; j U':", I t; .., : .,,

; deep In Jhe memories for-years to come floating around and is ready to order for stock.. He guarantee :W. are'having very pleasant weather : ';.....' : . jo1
those-who. fortunate enough to. turn. an x-ray on those enemies.to the) hi'trees to be. perfectly freefrom, ,all P"ian Ir.': !t: '.. .' .
.i of were ; not In the least too .ccsf I and, Just . ... .,u... ) '
k.be...'present.."A..th.-Of+-Frid.7,.last wuVprogre'sscThe orwoman L .disease<< .iulb.rmtUUDIOO". ., ra'i..umoleot.' for truck arming'-v-TiK -'t" ...""': .. .' ..'.,i iU' .... -, ._ ,t [
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> -t,'when Mr. and '
health of this looaUt'aeem.
to be good <, '. .' '
a few ot their friend. at their: no patriotic pride In the oountry.iromwhich G. J.DaCbL formerly engajed'iuthe ; ,, ." : ; I 1 , U' ,
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'..... turpentine 'business *t.. Ashton except some little complaint; with. chil : .. _. ..... 'a;,:;
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beautiful home In South. Klsslmmee they their dall"u.tea.oce.:. dren. ,' ". -%'... " -1 S :: ' :. ;Ii/o. ;;; .'11 '
U .mere were about,twenty-five young i are not muchbetterthan) those individuals spent a few days here last71 eek'greet School No. .15 I* progressing finely$ ,I I ? ;'Ii, ,"W:'.' . ./
''roeftand-women .ID.lted-ju.t enough who dishonor the- name of the tug hi. many old friends. Mr..Beacb under'.the cuperyltlon.of Mrt.Alma \ t '( I $?i! \ ." '
"' is now located at Floral City where he ,
.. id *nae&com1o'table housefuland mother who nurtured them .
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Nicholson'a teacher. ', ,, ''' 'l '
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is for it large .' 'rJf (p" '
fir too- to' the gentaihost manager turpentine concerto .. : : S
not many ,
prevent Making Is the of the day'ID i. '
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ana I I. .. syrup N. < ).11'';' ,
Incidentally rich ext.
and charming hostess*from Circuit: Court. getting : 'I ,
.e.LngS ;
U < peculating In phosphate lands. Mr. this settlement, M..W. A, Eubank!: : :, : ;',:, : '10!.',;;... " 'w....
'that. everyone enjoyed the pleasure of .'. Jt1 'or. ,
Circuit court adjourned last Saturday having just finished making some of; . ,
Beach has had :
'tee evening to the fullest." , always a tenderspot Inhi ., .
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the finest. that .U. ,
v after having been In iiession since heart for has ever.been made in e .\, 'I. U 5 '" " frS' 'It
I The game of,"state"' was the principal Tuesday, November 24th. The following Klsslmmee andMs now outh Florida, and Me....... P. Sellers ,. :- ,' ,: !" ...' I.. i:'" S
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looking forwardto the.time he J .
,'2.: event Indulged; la, &ad proyed.one' when : . .
and T, Powers ready ':# .
0f*eswere, called and disposed of; can retire from.business, build him : are-getting -to '1 .rtth- '1 'P.1C
.of the most. Interesting and entertain 'Tn- dorcHi., Minx vs. A; C. L. Rv. a make a (--considerable quantity:and : '
U \\ot', Introduced thl.;-" .n.on.' Mr... assivnoslt\ damage 11,000. settledbyagteement. nice.home_hero_and take life ea. ,y. think "they ,will,be able to supply..the ,j : : :,: : :, '/'i

, U U\'\ <| or.Gsrdner." 'was: the suooestfu .' ,, : 7 We' are tne sole'agents-4or the COlumbia nearby market. ", W'l' ,, ,, .. ,

"player"' : In:this gate and was" award'ea D.-.T.. Daujfhtrv ...5U' O.: C', McLean Graphoohones and records Yot\are ceriainly: going to see' Hul 5' ',, 'oi' ," .,".. ,; "0.4'!,!,.,..>;.r.. .'.".
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,_ : the .first' prize'whileLeroy Over.' and "R. E. Lasslter, astumptU' damages andean show- them to you' at..any ,Creek\ come,.to the front.in' the very -- 'Il ",1" ''1i''," .'. ..:?"'#. .
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street came In last and was.. presentee 9616 dismissed of We near future Wears all seeing the ',. '" ,' 1"< 'f.1Ii'{" .".... ",,", ,..,. 'iJI,, '" ...: .
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-v ; for want .pros tlm".J have now some of, the a.w'doubaedbo necessity '" t ,1"r- '""'1h,' ,). ,' ",!J, .f. .
i'iylth the "booby. ecution. ," : 10-inch records of farming,' and we have lahd ., '" .' "' ," ;
U U tunes on .. .. .. ,, ;
'U ; ; Refreshment.of the mon, deliciousCharacter State vs. Henry a.utdlak.4eclaloD botbsiOs, at the ,old price of, 'one here that. will produo.stithing.. ','1"t'; .tr",:.., 'i'.:-:, ,, j\.i.v:'' l.d t, -,' ;

\' were served bY'Mrl. Rober reverted sod remanded back to county tune.. :: Just out Comela and we. will Mr. Sellers going to drain a very : ,- V' .,: '. r'1'
,Y1. ton assisted bjrMrt. Lena Darn., aDd for retrial. ,.' fine piece of muck land, which at 'I' : .f " ." '
court , play them for you.' Columbia machines we ,". .. ,, .- ''I'
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.\,' State vs. Wm,SteveoSj grand larceny takeDtI..t'priz.aT"1l.el'1' cot to excelled; the South. .. ; _
to enjoy uch thinga'who. have' fore.' ;; placed on absentee docket :-,-:, : exhibition where they have been shown. 8. L..Eubank!: is home on a vacation .. !.II '.;".. ,;"',." ,,;'I. , ',,:clf"' , )
.tteg.upper4nrnttc1&iIobofU v'Slate vs.1 Woa. Hteven*.'Cha*..Padg Agency at(he Home stored": "": -- from the east-coast., navingheen away. .. ...- "w'i' -.. ..... -_".."." .t .- "-.7-:", " ..J....
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,:"' -;.d.emectgood different !kinds for*werelo.uljfOQ their health, gaines in and 'State v*. A.,W. Phillip larceny of hold upon the people of Klsslmmee The mail carrier seems .to -be very .;., ')" '",",t ,).'',/1',l't"' '.,"J.. ,",.''\";. _:''' ..." ..".,-''',.1"..,.L ,I,,' ...,'."':'''I 1'1". _.,, '-' . ." .. ''ill'J. .
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U /continued. until the-older beads deoldid State ...'.8U. Johns and ha or eanrent a patch of I* always glad to Mr. "
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altering check: nolle pressed. I J., preparing to'' plant a they that he brings.good news : ; c : ; : ; }
\;\ agreeing',there never was a more de: State vs. Will -Thomas, breakingand ysrden'on, a more'orless extensive or a letter, ,, : \ ,l\ '"it.!.:!. ,': 'I >' ..' \ .
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I State. v..; .J....Marrllle. assault with who have shown the, people what ,can Jf, '.", -J? r- : r. c5 1.d' .;:.... .

iSr\' >Meesrt* J. ,Fr:: Robert wuroh, U Thea.i'II"IDkeallM'r'and Indent to commit murder in the first degree be. accomplished in : this. line:.if.: theproper ,Pdzes_ t.Casb..Purchasers!; 'U-,U S >: ; V'U
John "W. .Alsop, old ; plead Uguilty.toaggravated ... effonJ. put forth.iSherifTPreyatT ..-' _. -' Air.will be in another.. '- :"' : :' : i
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,.U.> vrlyed /Sundayfront Philadelphia' and the county jail , ---.- -7; this week""arrested thIsPtt&m"offerlog"MV"Isp1.: "' ..
E-f- :wereguettof"-the Grayatoneuntil U State. ,s., Janle McNeil '.....ult."IUl. L. D. Noble and George Goodwin on good at.greatly., reduced figures for ? I "
..yesterday .when'; they chartered -the Intent to commit murder in the first degree Information filed by County Attoraey CASH" pNLY. As a further inducementto mm '" //I!

,. II'': steamer-Juantta- ''left. ,for a. tea )' plead guilty. to aggravated .*- 1.,Ii. Moon charging them with selling the Pjeople: 6t jthe-oonnty to trade at ?, ,
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.&vda. '*{ cruise, and importing trip down sault after a mistrial"and was senteneed liquor, In- a dry county. The defendant my atore..r >ve decided to offer the.

K.ithe river..They; expect to go down a*. to pay a fine of tlO and 00'''.' gave bond: hithesuui'of. 9300 each following lAth prises to be given away January ,
., "*". Bastlnger and if the boat can The indictments for 'their-appearance at'the ..pect..1t.ernI"'Of".the to-mv five largest customers .
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__. U get ,.where the river Is reported badly continued. the term'T; ". ____ next.Tuesday, December 8th... ", ...:. "; Second customer, barrel good flour. i iSOtn-PrrTER. I, I ;
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Ob k.d1ithe will make the trip State *. Benrr Fearnslde Nat Le- ,. : shoe; : .
; v Mr.A. Mallen. :a:. 8ri.n.1rier- Third largest customerside bacon. r. ...
'.toaih' Lake Okeechobee .and on, toth.tere. seene and Otis Allen, breaking and entering chant from Hanford has Tented U.... _Faarth.largeit customer, 91' dres to "S V ; 1.1-I

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: Hot.t" Ezange4 Regarding f": P.,41m'sr.,' ' Gcu in COal '' '* A .Olt "
"; ., Pen'n7lraj ... t"i" : Began. .. J. aVsewsaUoftal 'colloquy In

F4 ., ', *;,tPoIisfnFarE.DYELIWMENfr'OF i .'''' ;-: .hop. t.OU9OLI.e'of: :,16rds.FieldMarshal JfIantLpeaJttac.Sa'Ute,Lord,; ',' .'* .Pt; : Exploded J, Washington'$ ,,,D.' ,q.. The rate. .' English."doeIare4 house of./,the commons British", PTAsqaltb. .usv 4

\ Roberts .ax pressed the:cqnvlctlon'that appear to be much' higher So tbe plans, which,'provide' for an mel
,PACIFIC the ,la k.of a'mUltal')' force sufficient CODIES NOT YET, RECOVERED United State*, thal'Sn, ,any rof the,foreign , VOYAGE: ; of the- 17 .". that I nay exc. b r' '
., -r> .l to make ,hopeless the Attempt ofanInf Countries stetiattcs re.; , :! 1 per tebt 'v'
( the"comblleel. o
at1e.ns'
)3V : ). *. i of Both Nt .:.ot "eJ-P"'w": &*lfin.jrould.<. la, ..all--probability! i Pore p* (lie kxplortm Filled.tit"4 Mbi. Utlng the subject ha>*8 ..been'ob.Ulned When t. any :two .Dalon., H"
1. : e .. '1 "ef ttie R.*f IMUarilag of the cause. of tb., loss of Great Britain's 'With'Muck and Dbrl Making R- noLlel, than one marriage;In powers: wbet8er slinated.M,B d,_r '

.:&' ' 'AEjtcfc*>.* .f. Not.. *"" supremacy/ ....-..... .In.a ...studiedspeech'be *ue Work Very Difficult twelve tolnallnj in .dlvdrce.country. : This ultlmately'-ter'fact baa: to declare whether ,this me.nt"11U. .""
t_ pointed out the comparative log the.Uolteel Statea..be I', .
euowithwlich, Germany could been ascertained by .the census which orljinaj.answer _and,,.declined' tojitajtOjN. . .
4 vWahinjton\tV f .CH3ecretaryof: laf1d."anarmy""qD lh.'Nihores of-Eng!: }'Ut'buri..p: ro..TII.uJnaY'1)f; : toictor b..ju.t.completed "a-: compilation; ,'Maolla l ( : "'r#

: -'Btajte : Ellhu It \ton, .behalf, of the land. England would Da forced hstld the escuaot" any, one-of (.he. 183gr ..and divorce overlng ; the,: ;and Tile men .ieponlibl.; for' -bribery'
: United States. ami-Kogoro Takahlra, to-. submit to 'most vJiUmlliallng' the twenty years from" '88'\0 American Frlnclo.an4 : J
moro, entotnlxsJ not .
) miners-.who* were tools will ( .
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1906 Inclusive .\ Franca ; ,
amlbagsador ; 'bettaK of Japan ex- telt
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on remand disclaimed aft-bosftllty J
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L 'changed dlplomatlo-rtctes denning'tho ' bit-said 'gatk- .
to !or: fear 0(. germany.but; prevlo. sixteen from his woun4stbst"b. ,
policies) 'of the two governments in that the defense'of the' islands! required mines of' ,the Plttsburg-Buitalo Coal ered some years agd. ; .__: 'a recovered has. outlined-the fuj r.sUonOLtbOjdistrict ;
. >- thtPItEatjbac;; .I'nremonyof 'lmm"l4Jat.raHentl. -, -:-:Thefr Company'was dispelled beu'\hv Brit -ht1Kre.-howh.t.Hh d-Cf "attorneyHe' emphatically' .:

ezcbangewary brnf, Secretary should bean arm,. !IO strong In number rescuing.-party l'1oachec1lhftwqrldnS's/ perio dl"orCe. er tu.ne. declared ,his life work would be.car-.. '.. '
Hoot handing-ibV ambassador a note 'and etnclent In quality that the aiid found the-,dead bodies-.-scattered. Increasing about Ibro fast- from ned to,com 'J'Two"rrests ,
'4 wblcbi.ttore. .his. .jlgnsture: >*nd. .th.* moat..formidable--of. foreign nations 'ii'Ut the. floor! of the. ,.uiino.. as .the ..poulaton.whUe lathe ''first If the i etor .: ,? J" '
.. ambassador'giving,'' to Miv: Iloot'a pa- would hesitate to make(. a'landing"In' Fuwrit' 'any,' of the bUIIJc l' ire 'mu.tlllIed decade perlq Increased present i ' per defln1ngJaPana'poUC7! and\bear.. England 'He hfld'ascei, ained, '.the and the men \.varo undoubtedly only about twd -" as' faat will, Is, expeCle .to 'complete' th. J j. '
lug bU algnature. Assistant; ia.tasy speaker continued, 'that vesselS capable fmothered by the 'deadly' vapors" In the'.I; year*. from 1900 to t'Ot. cident rounding ga#oc.Uged.coun"* ..1'
.Uacon. .Second .Secretary .of ,of accommodating00,0( men '*iUh" followed the exjjKvjiunid'\ i 'Allb..t population Increased 10 per'cent, progress terfelters that .. ./' .
beasT Masanao 'Hanlhara 'and MUabcock. always:.were available in 'the northern IWO of.the:bodies lu'.lhft, mine. It divorce 29.3 per cent. .The -dlvorco' eign cagoi with .bogl.Jb.Jjollhr.bills. Six' ,
f : Mr Root' private secretary, snarls of, Germany. and that that numfonf.ot U .Idi'.re Ihose of relgwvs... .. rate Increased per. '00.000 0(' population , ,. The young:'womlu dT .tinder. '..' ,
were- witnesses .lolho_.transacllonUaf-: .oncotrldbeo1Iectedln' the ,.T1i.workpOgsinwbtntbr- .tas. -.from. :..In 1870.to. 82. In 1905 j this,trip' rest., .;,;,, -_ -
_ 'Ier".n 'Informal 'esch.nge' of felicitations -' dlnVrlcts of 'tbe'nearest .port -without ti'uiibe" < happened Is kuovr: ... -as.the.' Hai there being one'divoce'for' every 3,- lavishly Ling!thin& Kwal),. special Chinese .
r 'the ambassador and bis secretary any,\roublo, 'and 'that all preliminaries che! ,and and Agnes mlu...,:,Ii; tl" ,j left the state department. ,the ".,up\to. -- the:: actual dispatchof .11).1'\' double mine.with, aidorgiouod 'the .latter* there was, one for. every' was ..robbed of valuable .papers. ,
former with a smile', on his tace111'dlcatJDI troops, dould V .' carried. ,out wltb'.: heutmost connections.' . J1.21S penon../' -"- .. thf their i ; Including his passport; at' tha Shersman ''
: bit; great- satisfaction ,over: sehrecy _ -v' ,' -r'. ConStruction work waa' tr.rnctraUy Curing'the -twenty years from.:18: China house In Chicago. The'-, ,
l' the Conclusion of. the exchange I ,"'IJ wouldNbe. folly' declared .Lord flnUhod! and Deputy Slate Mine' InBr to 1906 the total number of Orient, occurred while the robbery'
\*_ ;The exchange ,of notes' Is based ou Roberts."to .sivut.our eyes to the pot ''ton Henry Louttltt. >". few inlnrftcDcfortv marriage was 12.S32.044, while the itor was dining at .Chinese restaurant "i"
_:lit the Idea.' of encouraging and defendIng elblllttea-\ however! much /peace Is de- the explo lon. hat <--omiilct, nlDlber divOrces 'granted durlll ,.tbouthebr nearby.I ,-., .k
: :r. .)-. fr8"'lII1d peaceful cotnmerclaidei sired. Tho: 'starHlng.' events .vln the a'tAo'/days': lnspecllon'whl baa revcbled (,. this period was 95.62 For 'l"e After ; ; ;ilavngTa"( horror'"of'"mice since":ear'jS'V'
-- ; >velopraent In the Pacific, and to, thin near east..have-brought, borne- to the ; no causeto*. '\,.ppr''tll.'o' vious twenty number of divorce teen ly ehlldhoodflss . J
p. \ end the signatory parties have pre. most c.rele.-obaer, that nothingonidsava4ha.t.touatrwhicb /aMine Foreman Henry Thompson and was 3281. All the.beginning I of MaryIsabelilead .
Florence
CIQII. N. -J., died of fright when
!.: ..J. Juned.'r serle.iartleleeL.oxpteastve. : : 'Is' of the1 f period divorce occurred ,
> : not two.ttlners entered the cnge. ttnd-1 it mouse "
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... '' '-ct,their .Intention In the\matter.' Leg.V -i prepared to protect itsdif., If ,Great was. Marled towards tn floor In j
*-. .tslatlve action by the senate Is unnec Britain continues to >negldct the pre the SCO-foot shaft. There was a trembling while at the -end of period annual .stopping; ome. Mice Mead 'was bel. 'Yr
well .known -
.'., ( and th* declaration or exchange cautions number was about 66,000... ; .
.pssary; ; she will somelayflnd herself of (lie ground lound about tbl era : socially '> K'
.:// of notes will not. have to be In the hands of the invaoiars and mouth, of the.shaft as from an earthquake A more' significant ell I rce rate. Is.' uary'5. '. r -...
''referred to' hat, body. ,Tb declara- forced to submit to the 'most Jiutaliat. and Instant mter that which Is based totarpop .Said, at Joseph Orecherv aged 48, a"i>rlcklay.p Js ;
'JJon is, not. a'freaty;. pimply a'reafflrmation -_lng!_ conditions. This danger Is d 111 a terrific report' and the lbere"'a.' ulatlon, but on the total coal, is er, repairing the.maonrJ of *. building' .:; .''"
i : 'Of what both Japan"and 'the becoming more threatening.Vitb hurled up the haft and through thetoot ulaton| since it Is only married peo-; re!a In New York' Ciy;: fet from th* : ':.
United States have stood for,la China a decade'' Germany has created the of i the shaft bouse the mine pie who can become divorced These make wi scaffold sixty feet: pavement )* '.
L and the Far,,"East!generally-; hasDO' greatest sea power that,.ever existed. Ehn and( the Iwo men btlll in It..for8:, statistics show that In 1570 the divorce I .IUJ'lLIIean : A doctor was summoned and was as -strr"tonlshed j
'legal standing but Its greatest except Great Britain. boxes of the meu were hurled right rate per '400,000 married pop. to find' that'Orscher's only ". -.;'"
'tteneflf' will, Jbe U"r.t lrJyfd.Jr5ral)9! It waa -Great Britain's Interest: ,, he tirq4i the top of the building and ulatlon. was 81, while' in 1900 it 'was I .Tripol. Injury was* apparently a ell.loc.te'
'l oral l effect It will exercise In,the future continued to' find 'out "In what way far beWnd it. Thompson was dead 200. This .ahows that divorce ,is \ shoulder: He is apparently >'. :

: ', dlplomatcy' governing theFar; the great Increase In Germanys great" when piCKed:? up.. while the others at present two and a halLlImes as klers. The week, December 7-12, \\a uniq .' i;,
E.a.s.n'1.hla'reelect. It has been Ilk- sea power was likely to affecther and! I through moHally injured, were hurried (mon compared with the married,pop. I schedule" in the history o( the country. During- .
r """JJEeafj f the Monroe. doctrine in Amer. t1? adopt tonsures. .. 'necessary for .her tB: a hospitals. ,ulation, as I was forty years ago. I . week will tneet' 'in 'Wabln on.. '. ;"
IcalV hibtory* ,. i own defeiue. . Shattered;poXloni of the woodwork The average duration of marriage Hampton ; the governors of 'all lbe' .tate ** '",
,..( It .*&e pointed{ Out as ,rather a singular Great Britain's military weakness about the mouth, of the shaft were terminated by divorce 1 Is about ten The ve their advisers as the ane' ,
(coincidence! that the exchange would In all probability be the causeof blown Into Ten-Mire I Creek, 2,001 fee years, &per cent of them being less. Roads ,or yatlve commission to list the resouro.' .i .'.
of-notes_ with Japan regarding China the loss'of her naval supremacy from the shaft, Po>Uous 1 of least than years. The number of years When ei of the United States; !the Southern > '- "
..Should' the day a* that our the ?- from marriage to separation was'as- I Irtalned States- Commercial "
occur same Lord Roberts' resolution to eTthr13tedetenco two other bodies were 10wI from the i cOllesl. to 'Interpretby1'; 't ..
:- ,Ylhas cuiiiu tu .-. eft-- nf ,."
'WbIcftTaft.g.bnaO; otthe1stBnth.necessitates ; aiima1ld - 'IC -
'eIJ 11nl1e ee-L.29.t btrlt .eelo. .
thank 'the American government foi the' immediate 'attention nearby. .. \ ; vorced couples. '. and possibilities .. : ,'
the. remission of the Boxer Indemnity of the government to make provision! iuU out. of ('omlul.sloU by the axplos 12.8 pel cent, separated In the Drat I National Rivers and Harbors congress,? '
W' ? As'-apart from-the reiteration of the for a strong and etUetent'.arm was! i Ion. and for no-atr couldbe year mairled life, and, J4.2 per cent work for a coherent policy' iu the. "7
4 attitude Vof the-two- governments Interested adopted by a vote of 74 to !32. > into\the mines. Immediate, In the second :year. The surprising Driving a developmtnt of the great natural lleesj 'Ii
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: on thejubject of China, *th e Iy force the explosion a dense 01. fact thai was revealed that .1 per transportation; the National Coun- _
exchange of the notes Is very timely ;.93 KENTUCKY (COUN1IES; DHT urae of\smoke Issued Troui the shafts, cent of the total number separated of Commerce to consider the 10., "
;; 'and useful., according to the state de .. Rescue wti immediately started and became divorced after'more than lance of features of commercial ';
partment. Newspaper publications Twenty-One Partly: "Dry" and Four but wOI'k Wa impossible to gain iSyears of m.rled'lte.bJdlen 81 E8onda ton. at home and abroad; the-Com"* ,;
abroa'd, while expressing generally a Entirely "Wst." entrance to the mine for a long time. "' In 38.9 per- In 1 road on Country Life,, to consider ::41'
favorable degree of satisfaction oVerthe' Louisville. KY."Nlnety.lbree of Ken.tucky' The opening up of the Bhaft,was the cen total .nUmber of dIvorce ner the rura conditions in every respect, ." :' .
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.t step taken by Japan-'and' the 'Unit cases.Srhlldren being present ,
counties totally only->olutlon. and to this task there Plat car, .
t. edStajles. ;:- lip arenow were'volunteers In numbers.Relief per cenXpf the c... granted to the Savannah Washinn.Honorable .
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'dry.. twenty-one are partially dry
wife-and cent of those
ha grant
2' tier ',.
c :iiEHMAIIIY: AS SOUNDED. and four are .wholly wet, and-tbe case parties on special trains from ed to the nHsbanrt fltti-fye Clifford presli I
f y his city carried the chief officers of most Plnchgt. t",
.. of one' which voted of the .
,""; county. recently Alimony wfta oemand-ed In 18 i'.r .
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' cOmpany a4 mining experts front America/ .
as a unit on prohibition, is being settled' cent of the Ulvorces granted fommls.lcn. and chief '
America, KnswHer.. Attitude en. the to
.he United States laborr..or' and testing the fc.n '
by legal process In court. This ; wife and granted >u 12.7 per cent. I States, will addr.. the south: :;,
:: Japanese Agretment, Is the substance of statement secured .Itatlou.recently elt.ba.bf here, proportion of husbands who asked for Brie! Commercial congress on Monday;' ",
Berlin, Gumanr.-Th. stale department by a local newspaperfrom the Ken. who took wit them latest alimony was 2.8 per cent' plunge I ) December 7,- on the "Commer- ' '
-at', Washington sounded -the tucky anti-saloon league.!. apvJIances aevlcea. for rescue Meaning of' the Appalachain .:,"
Oerman foreign oMce In advance con- During the past year the flgbt bait I' work. $16,975,222 P3STAL DEFICIT. with ;. in addition .to Ibis speech., ,
r 'Corning the'J.pan .e-Amlrlc.n agree been quietly: but vigorously waged and Several experienced miners descended. broken will be an elaborate display of
M \ meet for, the malnt.en.nce..of..tb..ln-. 30dov.r4w.nty.oounUeabavogon.oover the_ steps Inside the Shaft.ansucceed .. Biggest Shortage_. in History of the The -hatfl, diagrams, mays, etc. by :
te&TltYlof China and of the status quo prohlbiUon._The_four I d "In reaching 'tht 1>ot rtmant. Ished In jBlberwise. 1t' .
.: 'la the price-and"-was-Informed'that H counties which"are entirely wet are ton Her' they fand--further prog' Washington, D. C.:In. hI.annu rrl.port .- !." for about -
would be received here'>r 1th the full- Jefferson (Louisvile),- Kenton Campbell re. barred, because -the latter head, for the fiscal year ended Juno First 1'I ntr.c. 10,00Qtoneof'
I eat approval, being In the Interest'of and .Nelson. The local option ng from the bottom" of the shaft into '|0, laoS, PostmasterGeneral Meyer Second- : .have for,the battleships Florida ,
". 43ermany' as well as the power. pur- electionrecently held In -Scott Is being the mine proper. "'.I choked. with rives the total receipts for the year ,Third- anc.J of tbe hn.awad.y.. -the.: 1
A" -tlclpatlng In It. < ermanyi policy In contested .In court. The anti-sa muck and d.bra' r a 203,8fll.866-thereby showing deficit 'Fourth.-- ; lecretay and Mldvale. Te Dethlehem.
7 ftb.' Far East ,1s Identical 1 with that loon league leaders are claiming that The pc;.;.'ole force was at of $16,975.222 the largest In tbe Fifth cmpanle. were
: y of tbe United States., 'and it Is. one already Kentucky the home of the dlstlllery once put to work open this passage. history of the department with an addition -' vast . : : 'clven a. contrac forabouone
i_ part of the-world where thetwo, gov- drinks less whiskeythan three There wan, "however practically no loss from fire, bUllar. elc.p-of Sixth- ; tlirel ofktbe .; ; : ?
c -ernaients have. pronOunced "" mutual fourths.of the' states In the1"union. hope fri>m the first of those entombed $37.066: The deficit it Is' Seventh In a quiet and simple manner trlb '-,,
,-oonc rns.The ,' . men being taken out al1e. but' this estimated again, 11 exceed $16,000.- gal ., ; i has been paid at. the Chinese": -'":- '<&",
'. foreign office' consider. *' theagreement'a SECBETAHfsTHAUS(; TO PRESIDE.' did not deter the ef-- ooo.VAttention. .'?. Eighth- / : to the memory of ,the
t high ,achievement In the orts .to hurry te opening of c.M ; is particularly called To a' Of he emperor and empress "dece."I
-r ''. :statesmanship, of ..both the United Judge George l-iiIIyerWilI,. ;, (.t,,' Psr- mine.;.' '< '. . . number1 of Imvrovementl In business Practically oil the
,''', States; and Japan, and that it was form 'Same Duty.Montgomery. : .The''noise ofthe explosicn l' :was ,ar methods of a tendingto made* the the diplomatic rp. Vice :'
.. ft"r conceived .and .executed: : !on -.large ominous sound .to all the people ot) Its advantage and the saving of considerable -' erful : Fairbanks member of' ., ,
. AI.-It''I. announced the UUle' and hurried left the ; supreme 'court and '
I- ,scale of, liberality ;and good wilL that town. they to amoun. Recommendationis (
Secretary' of Commerce and-' Labor"fitraus he cene._each seeking -tb '..UOR of -the _ream and of the various'executive 'd -'
:cST4TE1ENATORioiciw: -llrellld"--o"er--, the .onel"ono Amerlcaa. .
: and most of- them. .ea..lnl position of director of posts, at .a high attended.PresidentRoose*
: .._ .,.. Southern Comemrclal Congress at loved one was rtuwn II worklnr. salary; and who shall Jiold office during sent one 'of his military aides; ..
r ...ad.. .. 'Philadelphia ftepubtlean Washington-December'7 >and $.< was in probability dead dyl/ good behavior the object being to TREn : ; Charles S. ,
i ""' .Aocu..dotCrIriInaI: Others" to perform the same duty president's BromwelwhoreR
; Libel. The.scene were piiful. have a continuity of. policies for the
!:, Philadelphia' PaState: 'Sen.torI later are Philip ,XVerllne, president of women were ,,.t.n their benefit of the postal' service and the ." to the president"and of Cap-- 4
t fi 'James tP, MoNl'col,- leader ,of the re the progressive Union New Orleans shrieks.an4 crf&* vr.re hcart.endlng people of-the states. "Archibald. .-D ",\
.. *',- :publican'organization,In Philadelphia J. XI Smith president Buslne** ''Men's Other were iilent' In erleft ..The' neel"t Uplte.good road' 1* & Secretary another'mlt.r<,.F'" .
-.t i-' wee ,Indicted'by the' grand Jury.on a League' ""St.- Louis;' C. H. Davis'chamber in their drawn fae could be read the. pointed connection development .reticence!, an indisposition and sent.41 mei.: ,'."".?'
chargVof t crlmln.I'nbel preterred "of commerce Petersburg',V.": > wlbtb. sources -sympathy' *' "
I", , by awful:agonyt cy were enduring.The of the rural through Hunlngtoa- .
,,2lax Kaufman, former. secretary -to. Judge'f George. Hlllyer, of. .Atlania.. ;., '.cause of the explosion :ha'lat service. It Is' suggested that should agreement ,v'assistant', secretary state ,, "' ".
.3-; Mayor Hey burn.f .- .' <;' People'Uomeresi:' .. been: determined.' Two theories are congress grant the department authority between- did .alsorAdmiral' Dewey threugb-ao, '., : *
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,< The r.nd jury also !'banded dowa :" 3,000 Is that, ofga. covering, ; .
<< ntertained f one. t. pocket to utilise rural i-cute. still further'bytne..nhIstment.of : ; :. j __ -J- -,
?,.*llls Indictment on.charge* of cr'm- Outhrie Okla..;:" As:a:r"ult:of .aA48bour w.ltfvck by-one'ofthelnlners .a.limited-'p.rl- Irlee_ mlt''aal. Sperry-cabletl i -the baye"? i.i-.
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.. lad libel preferred Mayor-Reybnrni .downpout: In: the vaIley.of.theCottonwood qulekl.JUIIlI: :the .workings and:then post conflned-entirely thelyer of elt'that..nd"woTild Ulow'"tb* -,-. -
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i" as.rli.r-t.yer.l onist., "the lamptheother .neour '
river and Its tilbutarles. nllni theory rots. It i would then leav '
Philadelphia. Nofth :American... tile Cottonwood has overflowed It I. gas from a well on tao Fulton revenue' amounting to pe.eefu AU.ndc'let.hor. '"
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rci wit .pamo-M
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: r'jARIFF.1EFORI! - bank; and many bom*are, uDder"w.- taaIdel'-' the, rnins-ls'Ioeat." mllllona'-of' dollar "and rat the mime* ., apa.de..Dd..rqu.Jfe.U'JU jp*.
SUiL'Hundreds mutual
; ; tar, and $.000' people are 'homeless.Tbe the workings. .'The time benefit i the farmer by', enablinghim 'A
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1; (-" .- : ', Letters it .Approve", . Judge- <4 river was. one foot htgher'.! than 1.n4 in the -vicinity is a.l.t b* ,as: to' have merchandise delver definesthe era : few existing' cases of.'cholera In the1*:. ";<
;'of : everbefore In'Its historyFatal ,- ; It Is'possible 'ga may. when ordered I toy. telephone '
c.llltal.
eou..nc are.Isolated-a* hot
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tries
"I., .Taffs
Position -
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l.-__c' : the coal stratum I .
( cardrwhlc.h: otherwsle ;would not be' to
lTueb ; menace ; th.'bea1ti
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Hot Springs., V.PresidenteleetTfla ) fend by : bt.- !
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v Eear-End Collklon. until I Nmnl.tf In .ufcent.vol-' purchased.- The special! parcel post'sayi tlo - T- f"thej".w.1 .
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announced position favor of : nine. aa..lnd. '
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to'cau.e te -postmaster?general 'will-on- iohn '
thorough taria revision ti belng ap Birmingham: A a-r., if:.:'Gastoiv,, 'a I.rJann. scene of the dis able;the to have"small par-' to give Major Gene .'IvVesion, n ': .
provedIn a correspondence which I* farmer In, the command or the Philippine forces. ,
; conductor:wa killed and three ethers mining towl'.ln"W..b.Ingt eels, delivered their gatesto.life ;
"developing, the:;.amount:_'of .}nor. Injured,In 'a collision on the Southern county, ..Fv.nsylvania'forty betterand'to obtain easily the, But more' been, assigned, to command t.-e. '
than.'hundred letter a day.i railway; forty miles"west'of Birming: jnilos,south of this city.-''It, WAS lad saries.of life.1 Permissionis n.ece. In of California, with' ,
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_Mr.v: Tart's determination' In'-'thl..reBoltconUnUo8 ham.The' rear .en&lof struck/th* caboose out and built up by the Pllb -I ed. to establish experimentally, a llm- threatening $.at S.t F.nd.co. 1lce :
;? and the .trend vof reisttly of thstorwsrdre1n and both alo Co Com pan-v .>lew'' ,to lied parcel post In exceed four; United FeI, A-Smlh. : he.elqJ': : ;
expressed '.en lJren l moat.aCsfactori'.tDbiin. engine a1.cu.hooseroUed'down the a "re- nottQ I each, other_ / '
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\\1', ' .. Iak ,* ,mo.f t"n'll*ever countries In order the VV/P, Duvall will
: gether; .
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high .embankment "
the .ICc
- 'Ii L.. _" -_ \ .*-', *h Be.. ; practicability.::, ; ,'o. .. ;.tlan le command.*. !,:7" '\; ):

-' lf t .THAT: STAMDABD_ L, 1INE.,, .Pope PIu3.vetiIi.: I, 'OffltES 4---, MUST_ NOT. :'TALK.' --i\f"t ,, ." >,bilmaled .Cdtton,; .crop. .i.; ." ;: "" MANY" ; ,merlca,c.ble4tbe'.t'Minister' te 'Rokhl: ;.;.i.'r"'. 1.:', ,_

*4Bev' men, .Asks Supreme 'Court'for. Rome Italy.-";-All -audiences at iheVatican No| More'Dlseusslert,of Newport- Coi- ,'eW;Orleans,.,La,-The ; irneiDezii'pcyat'stimatepatbpttoncrot' _T nt),. : : that 'the:Chinese 'government 'Is' ", -

: ";,; '-Writ-.f :c.rtlor.rl.- Inf to-a.U suspended ht-c.hance-fol'-Indefinitely the .worse ow- -Jsronc.-WIiiOAll.wsd.---: 1I"T5rV ..fJ_-,-,. -;,.'_' ' ] . fort a',;postponement of ,,tbe *#
:IW.shtngton'D.Attorniy: ( 1n.. in 'Washington D.f O-.Tbat1h 1908-Is 12,800,000 bal: : '- : '.Ban1 5' ; plu <' ?'.t
,' the: pope' 'condition. ,He is :worse 8hai' : lt m 'I
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-: al Bonaparte formallyu" .bmltted -to and' "feverr'. has- <48Telo .- -which: I"'TIO ftrrther public d1scusslon ; : ..200:00' out"of: ; n'-at"Sb.nga gfroniCraBUv- :

-'fl'Iurt.oLl1t'cUlllted obliges the- pontiff..to remain In bed. al:'.officers:;concerning:.-tbe-- Newport' :;>'ArnD .,.' ': ; : aoo.oooGeorgia "acino hi I : rt:oV.hl Yr' HneseTare| _.W
ttUte*,bispeUtlonforWrit -of.cer. T>hyslclans$ declare"lifs'i'conditlojrit1a. confereuue without' permlsslon the: ;-'Ond Florida.tl.900.O00'r ."lo'ri'cf ;the I '1{ ,
t';>.> tlorarl to- the'circuit court'of appeal not serious, but.the public\ \is beco )- pre.lent.la the'purpose:6f anorder/ ':Loulsl.nJ; ;-.:., .\.. ,. 600.000, I be'no rrT.4t Cer
:- for the circuit ordering for " "' '"> I. : . 1- jvhether; or: ; t.the .U
seventh np 'apprehensive.' Sertry Metcair-by dlreo- Oklahoma. .. .i7JO.OOO *'pat ,of' this'government.fv : I
1. reviewthe ; of that enter the \
judgment r court of 0"i i .. -. 1.800,000 '
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,reversing'the rulings'of Judge Land ,Rebels. at Baltl Capital, '- lon pre.ldent department issued North Mississippi Carolina .-. ', 675,000 the;. . \ ;When'Seetary:8truss- of Ahe 'de- ." :I
inthe rebate'case against the Stand- 1 -, an ,order permitting 'officer -to South Carolina ,. 1.160.000 Brannan > : ment of. commerce- Rtl4'laborWas': .r.
:.. svrd :OH Cpm-pany; In which the, coma Washington-. -C.-Dlspatchea,-'re discuss the .work( this cnfer.net Tennessee ,4. ,." ',. 400,000 recaptured If he'contemplate"-a'' shake-. '
aiiy was lIned .$zg.oooooo. *- ceived_;at the ;state department '|ndlcatel.the Tar It to the, among- the -officials "of .Ihe1 4 ,
.>. \ { except: : so a* applledto changes Texas'. . .. ., t J,825,000, .ed \ Imm.! "
;, The effect of. &TlLlltJDC the- peUtioo >revolutionists under"Aftguete to be,made on ships to be authorize being service at New :Yorkl ,
will -be, to ..postponeuntil-!) tbe1Io114a Simon are!'drawing close to'the Halt- In the future. .The president. 10. Total -. . ? ,t. ''he. \ ,' that an-Improvement of 'he' SON; .' >
,.-,--court'4ecla1on': as: to Ian c.pltal--.nctTfhe "1JOTemment.'tfNordAlql. concluded that publicdiscussions figures'-relate-- It,800.0 ;wlre'netlD e.: .was'. in: contemplation., "Public- '
whether.',the.case tiborjd..be.reviewed ; and city Port-Au-Prlnco !Uueel l defects of (batUe hlpswlll not httn.4 Lre-fiacluslTH.-'nt_, llnters, & Is not.a.pTlvaie. franchise.as r..IfU .."

- .- -.s .---tha.supr.mcourt.-- ,_,.;, ,.'.'.,' WI11-tJ'Oob 'blr/aU.: ... " ... ,:.,. ..; BBI, ,_yeangood-purpose.. .. :. '-- -r- repsks .nd"dilar addItIons -, -njqwn, ." -" \ ooee. tO' :.':"_ ;
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} "; 'LOAN '(COMPANY; .' fAUX ; invention. to Propel Airships. 1 :' 'i'FIRES DEUT'TRAINS. Sutlocatcd in Salt ; : ?;;;" I idtn HooseyeU received''at r'b8 ri'i. I

?-'$;-' ',f" : . i' : '! : i-- '. . 'Iloe'.tolt .. '' : .'.house, "
Celi: -Thbmas1 CatesV. : :: f. <3or-;
I elver;J4amed ft:, Equitable, Bank 'penver, ; :11:, inventor Great uj Damage Being Dong ,Along the JD ; )1icb-8fx: : suf-;! .Nineteen : '.Leech' t"ODth."b.n'r ; : :
,LeindiLoan; : ,.Company, of .MacoiC; "oft*> submvine'boat ',has announced .f 'Southern Railway,.' ' a\ 11-.the'."village: "of,*_ Oakwooduplc -'i. <1 -. l y" run _la' the':,. #:
toat -
laconOa. TheEquitable' ', lank the perfection' of a" tubulardonblepropeIlo :,Union frm'New.Yorfe toVahi ,
: { Selma ,Alaj.-Railroad men on' Ihe Went \. orkln-a: ,
: f ; atJbelns ment"- the; silver: ,
;Loan"Company"losed ;llf'doors ,operated b-an' eleo- Southern'rail running 'on the; Akron ; 'tnb."cotlnlng' a "
for salt
the can- .
;'on;:tbe petition of jits 'directors; trio'.motor -'tt..an airship.; H.'claims that system, report that _"mnr.wheo ( l'nchID& 't'the ''frm'Rleb' : I" 1j
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brnch as tuba; .whlch bem With C '
Mor e"pt the
placed In the hands .of fl- L.,.An- 1C solve the Serial problem. furbishing Is being .done along / : )
Felton of both'lifting and gr.\ t .' tat *lr Hcme -the :"shaftlied at Walnut : -Men's :; ::'-'
.tre<:elyer. by >Jadgo propelling pow road by forest ares , t .elole.nd ChrtJan.Soaton.SeetarylStaua
I 'superior court; .'The 'UabI1lUe. er., Elg t.III.toot.tub8l.; with ,a dlfting. ,Tb.' fires j extend from Marion fwlth am. .nepl.lned' band of < department: !\ {
|, bout $110,000the. assetsfrom. '. capacity >of %.400-.pounel., .will be JunpHpn.. 14 .mllesw_ ofrSelma to manner!.,this tuba. became fancied try4 the anlabor; ha developed '.0"
*" .4o" $70.000; ** .'-'- 7 '" built with 'a totalweight; of l.BOO Qreensboro; and t beyond Train"are ''or clogged at:'200 feet down-from following' ,: Jln Aiding the'. h.-''

wmpwastot.strct1y., 'a pound: The'*propellr" acts touch"asseaer4screws.draaTdgIxi compelled Jolniafeeslpwjlme.for.feftr .the.sarface..LW1ththa'atc! aupply4sbrttff i kin egan. : of t coutf' '.
JnIUtu.Uon.but was a' build3os.oeIattozL : ,; th1jLt large-tree burned. the shaft his :
; ... I I"l tbat- maybe . and ldljrjailed.witb..gasrnd . -Ditit. eCw1aiOUDe -
'. .. ;; :-' dilrI'f.1I&4t7; w.r< eta.. '!':'J'JI. .f.I1qahe - W Uil ,menwere .suffocatedPrfS. / v S ] l1-t. ullo, ., :o;
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And the obstinate little ,. 4" .. i .
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bo&r4tnKY' lIe ....... or ;. "
,cd! point btek appear on IM Tie ::"
t .r.oI' ''' It would kill her., Faith.' It la aright Anthoay .Conurtock "'

'. royal way to' keep life in one;; .,.," A. j/tAtbii ill H Sine .9ave..9 nin b ',

.-' : "he'.C)... and the devil ouf'ofone/s pocked; by, 11y'Jt iN}lttiE.UDEA.1 ,.. '
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,a ,pt", \ :r. .""\, .. ' -: Jove' ,'/she ,would bold*her' >own 'with -. The, partemilar'lncdeat( that proidd. 'Satire many:a sick: spell -.

; Lh* batwnen:, aheha a father thmta tbe.determlain force la shaping Antsx '
t1bert' ; -
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', r', ': ..walaut I W rfivintf Uhe child
''', ,' ,, A crack: ..' at:Uty pAOM. >ny' CO.a<
,", ; 1""' -',. '. !Andwouldn't mind l"{ H.wer'; a skull :Marches;; 1SY ..for'.It wa,. vpou. that BALLARD'SHOREHOU '
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...It'C'.' .j, '} .t IH.,, a1 good ,atuMl" J tit: eatawoube .;date that h.'. _"..,. ,.......'of his : ..
.,., e.y .'. "Mb not the mie- '
; yotma. *.r asseeletesriemgeriy, perusingAn ,
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'. -" !A>. '-- '. <'If.. .-" erabl.aUure'tor?: .me. You ,do-I not' jBsoeclally obec n.:TOIIUIM., ,In va"* ,
--;: ;"MRS. ,AtEXAlflER. take temperament into account/ said .
I '" ply to his questions and without sus,
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1>Uss.Lambert: ; with .It'hi'anll!' ; then ..... .
.,pectins/ ,,the purpose back of such. In- : :. ::
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} ',-'. _L ._ 0 __ __ topped the. conversation by-ltrllllnr qulrley tbey told,him" t1at' b.'couldpurchase -" a-s should"leepiupplled Baflard'a Rjrrup'' .
;dp out the exqulslte'alr'which Lambert wlttf HorebounJ If sht';
,+% tI'; H'APThtki- :' : '" J' l-or4'1.< and then"D.er1ng exclaimed.: had ..asked., 'c. ,. copies Of this book at a.cer.tain : wishes to; save her children fron) aertooa etch rpH*. It'OOQooiI'
: chop entre
mer ; on ,{ streetWithout: tame
gyL.rl abolutelycnothlnK does tio
watch. did not knowIt : thik-slnger when she injurious, not ooostipate. oAchecked.
at his !"I .Now said
: 4 = Continuedtor ,. looking. :waiting' tor furtb.'lnn.Ucationl'''he ,:> -. _
,\ ,was ao.tel'I-.m'to; do'duty and had finished ''rlslac from 'her""seat; adultuld
"mid' tor=hear -itjr,(:Captain, La.. hurtled to the ,address mentioned' I'. .,be< ,.
f : escLi iywlte-an6Jber':sister.to t1'1_ 'you-must-do-what-Iask.:deAr'.fatb- .. ', '
.bert.said Glynn; amused by- the to: ; an\.. Htelng: ee ured-tie; a..lataDGe.ot., '-fTHTttAql t.elb *- ilT"* ,
Opera Comique..to-nlgbtj au; revolr. jerj' I want to walk to the river.?' a'a-pollcaman be In ar".tIne'th. -* I. : '
succeeded.
;'eontr.eyThen'glancingat! .. : ; the cards and they parted. :V / '"If a good sUpl"* saM Lambert}. dealer andr IK securingample A, Household Necessity., -i
ire se '
"You- no 100cer.oaactl! ?;! f
mutteredGlynis
I' ';.The' Opera' Comlque r ndlt.JIB.'t clfll_tolpav.ycntcOU
: evidence >l.bl..t :Ilt.-: = : ''
HrlceT" ", ; : 5J. O-amUhinopston! Texas; writes. cot
of ,
with a strong feeling an "V 1 '
pany. day -
} .next
;i "No,'In a sense, no.- Ut.-1i atwaiatzwre bO"aDCe. "He will see his Anteall .VBnt...:'toey :will co'ne'' with meWill ; The t newspapers of BjOlard'e Hbrebound Byrop In my:famliyfor haT.'UI.CI"i .
"made the case'- much .
,' I.si'a'btttle but"toertb. subject: ley-: few and find it far to' ,
: cr: ) attraction andr.coggize'meln'! .at* you'not' .Madams::0avlUl rsr years, superior any
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Jlr..eDtlui: bugles Mat ttuce; and I sty for it seemed' absolutely" rldlcu medicine we haTe tried. Kvery household '
.. '' tendance.The' presence of such 'a And )'yonCAht6ln.etteT Tou'wlll,- I 10uathatJract1, atl7 penniless drrgood".l..man supplied with this worthy reined/.1';, .
to thed.ocletyolmydaughterv ,
,: i .m .noyIlur well-earned-rest .
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father;;too.'jwlll .41>posefatm to. be am.sureT' ,iralslijts! her eyes with 'aconSdln'g shonlA hate:the >

.1.' t child to?rhom shall. ,be and.delighted only ., lieve'it's ,a cue of fair"'came; but.after"a11 ; .hali.glanc4 ,to stroll; Olynn's.lnlmeeii.1W'be . ..to,,.attempt to correct an presumption evil _Y ,.. The: Delight. . ; of .Children' :; 'f. ,
I ft a
enjoy
bavefaorightyto.thinki11'ofDserlag. ;
which bad lj-c1y extended Into '
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'to Introduce >esteemsdcomrade..' COUGHS '
gas '
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There is a' curious > COLDS'WiJOOPiNt1
replied , -
'' : a. every portion of th. 'civilised worfd CURES ,
SORB
,U -70Q will allowm.to; say-so. sort of fateabout: the 'whole affair. venlng' was fast closing In when :'of -1' l '
him-.David. old
"'10u are ,very good! ''I shall' be 'They compared TIS,AND ALL LUNG TROUBLES. ,
lam a fool to.worr.m7..1f.' I will they started on their ramble:and thef..11IDC'd.w"4rew did '
;and. though-tile not realise the
.. ;b*ppr: ,to tnake." the..'-young. .lady's: acqnalntance. tart: tq'enjoy the pa..l g'.hour..andlet"omcD. out delicious odors fact ttelLcoffiJJJirlson) .wai. little short PRICE 25c, SOc,- and $1.00 .

and augurlesjUone."?' from crass and' flowers, and shrubs;, who"
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ofviirophecy. Like, the youth i' ;
AVOID ALL
SUBSTITUTES.Ballard A
: ,.: "''Andyourself.. ,sir, I 'fanc'tuhuo .
..Oil -reaching ..bta'cle.tlnatlon.Gl"no : u-t';,y proceeded along the aventfe: eonCuered'the"great Goliath of Biblical <
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*J- been looking up tooth.r.'an mounted' tO; the4 third,-. ;... watt klrtlng the bop; 'led to' the ; days, 'this unknown and nnher ._) y

'. ; air ot.success of soild respectability; and .>*..admittod.by a neat .blacta river.*Id e... 'It-." ffVg r'thaa: Mis 'aided protec ol" ;ot purity war.posl Snow Liniment Co.

("1'/ :.Voril"eht worthy of a"churtltpardepi about' eyed boa ..to .a-dlmly' lighted little Lambert tho ght a5 cJ.he moon had 'tlrely eo.nYlnCell'th.t all'the poWer of ; ,

ypstlbule; containing Some oak.ebalrsandasmall.orange rlaenb.for.: they I reached the, ; him '. "
the .D4.Vitti
behind .
Almighty-\was
'*:.Yee I I am b w'a sobercitizens Sela"1 ; 500-502 North Second Street..
: may say tree.la ,blossom At. first
"I of, famous 7ou.nd'lam London-rlght.gfad. tho. perfume of*" which c ..was;'' almost, 'but gradually Olynn contrived to separate j any human.being to, Inspire) the element 51\ LOUIS 1l\10\' ITT >. R;.
believe ,
overpowering ,ic"Enur himself;and Miss Lambert froia, of fear la hlab..nT'. t j
'... ,a. 'to'hear .. t; .I stall fetlut..g.u'uLord :: 5 M1
: then:, monsieur.laid the the rest '.Anc11O you had not cour*.i told.htm
Newspapers
Sow'hejrthe
+ :
!fM W Mayor Londonv?,I''Turn againaWblttlnglon. < ODe'of age enough fort, the stage.!"'ho said; J
, ; .* heyT,,\Vhere do you put servant; throwing open" ;sevt ''I about the numerical: streagtb'ofhie! *!
oral .'either and Olynafonpd after a effort pauie'ln: their conversa foe 'end-not hesitate and the
$R' up?: I'll call and get iou.to flx'a day doors on "j, be 'on
." "himself.In a vf jtr, pleasant tion. -. following,day, he made'seven arrests, Sold ,
;1' us-but'for
to dine with! "the'present+ '
t', .. .1 must bid good-morning for I salon,,,and the presence ot Miss. Lam 7No: I.'sup'pose: It Is want:of 'c6ur-, ; ;for; be toundjlttle.trouble in.buying Fqr' Sale '
K1SSIMMEE'f
:;you age "that,1 holds.me .back-*' -,sort, of .
; promised to meet my ; the 'bert -who; somewhat'to btu .surprise the",,virest'' kinds of books and' the ,
daughter
flower marketand I never keep her was_w, outdoor,. dressMy _. .. cODltJ uttona\ dlsllketoaucb. a tall- *niost obscene pictures from pushcarts' I S4tit..

" ,-: .waiting' Eh.by Jove. here she I."- '- father will be here directly,v.' ing; Though. I latlfaelmlrl 11n.Ann*' street basement'' .shops on *i

*: : Struck by the sudden Joyous lighting she said, rlvlng Elm her-'hand.He': actresses und'singers; I could fidt be :Nassau street and even from a stand V' Ii

Y r has gonef. our.friends. -Madame one. I love quietness.stillness, be that had Been setup 1 :-on the '-verysteps : .

N up and softening-of. his Interlock and JemoleelloDavtlllera.'for Ing with a few people I like:" of the old Dutch Church In Fulton -
seeathe
f. tort .e"/a..QITn.o. t.ur08l1. to :
? and himself to face we have changed our,.plans;' not ibeInjr .Thenyou cannot like ParliT""Oh t 'street/ Of course-: things.-wera "IVEIt ',
found face
cause, ; '
. Com yes!,I am very! happy here. ...Jenjoy'mupio ' What :ROUTE
1' with the beauty of Autenlr. able'to secure places at the different then frooil. they are.to- ; "
and'pictures" and "myfather1gives "
Ique.for tonight we propose to'drive day-after about thirty-flvo years of -
I, -.Beldoin! had.he beenso: surprised, ' '' .
. .
,
I me everything- cn wantor < .
, through the hols,and dine at tb.Cafe the reign of Comstock and his ,Antl.!
-. and It mustbe, cot seed ..hocked1'When'r1to / as de Madrid. I hop this wlU be agree wish. ,I am" almost. ,fortunate girl. Vice 'Siciety"and< ob.c.nltlei"that." ; t STEAMER!: ULUH!, ?.- STEAMER: !: HO8BADA, ."
lde
: "";, taw tats-gkarming A -I 1",1,. P aptaln Clay"Johnsop,. Br Captain Clay Jr. t
ble't7our' { bu'Th.rG a.,now jioliLJase.crewere then offered 1 , JohD.op. ;
Ier.aturelmUe back .
affectionately to .. .
.
) Vic. b--t.ID: .TerT1Iie" ''''--Aegnliri.e.hljirlpi 4a.. '
I r the'1 owdy-looklng 4"ho !arrangement: yon make'willbe ; are for leopenl"A"the Result Buelagar cudreturnRoaeadal.av.sJfUMs.' .
: nom
'; :: claimed\ her ai his child whom he i most agreeable to me!" said said Olyrin, as'she'paused.. He" .wanted he found J o difficulty In securing evldence. aiee Tueiday{morning,*and"'arrives r.Isslmmee Friday-evening. ,.t. 's-

1" 'remembered as one of an adventurous Glynn, 11I1IKCrlbablr.! reU.Ted. find her to :speak .ni.: v,' ,"j; 'In fact he. could scarcely coupon Special Charter Trips to Lake Okeec'ubee and'Fort"Mr ere'on the( -uw.. 4
:'" "There Is scaroelya'but' In mln the street without finding an Comfortable aCc' mmodaUoD'tor' passengers.
Rates reasonable.
gang ready alike with dice-box or rrvoivpr himself-and 'her delivered from the '. *
possibilities 'of an encounter with I was, going,s,y lUit.l, seem to opportunity' to make an arrest!and 'The most pletur.lque'"WUerwl" 'Florida.I .,
"j barely ten years ago. ; .
r :,"::1 thought you had forgotten mecheysald /: Deerlng.
, ,Clipping her hand through pretendVTg refinement of her surrounding himself confrbnted'by many very serious CLAYS JOHNSON. 81L.Proprlttor -... '
You to tie -
"Have ben'aeculitomell
-J ls arm. *. }. The'room was well-but I obstacles., In the first place, aia On'board "JJllIe.- fclsslmmee. na.
< .
""'Forgottin'you?' No.. faith! simply furnished, &innocent of-the" country |hent? i| ift fc Jjll* _.. v'ti. private i cltlien. he,, was' obliged to .1 . .. t.- ' :
; % you .-CT.: .... When iweiflTBt. camef fbm ,, i1
, must blame u.tQ lead here..If J am flashy finery whichmight; have been depend upon the.asilstenceOCShe'poi ; yb.
Australia I was rather delicate and I ; v .
tr trifle! |ate.Thls4u; an oM acqUaint- looked J for Inan, apartment where lice,and they, freqU.Dtl1'"how.d an; -
used to live With.the kind xroman who, .
thing but.::willingness to.help him.Evn .
_ ; "Lambert was master: Some small but -
,.Dee mydearr."we JI.'faceel'lIeath
t e th.r'mor. than once i and a bet good water colors enlivened the walls, took; care of me after say mother;a,' : the district attorney' bfflca. and r tfhe' 'fat' "
death at herLbrother> fatm In ft beautiful -
little In sympathywlth
were so t'jizlihe
..:;, .ter.j pluckier. comradernoman need which were, of a neutral tint! an open country the borders of Wales.. 1
that' lost
planoloade4: with music the his campaign; they no
-WI.h' stove
;;, 'for. Ur.G1ynn-Mlu' Lam. ; ; It was a delightful'place.,Theri when 'opportunity to interfere with'' his i
'1. beet:" ,. converted Into: a stand .for flowers; Plague .
I about twelve1 father thought' '
was my "raIsID.'aU
forts of bothersome
work..by : -,
Glynn- taised his hat with profound the furniture of carved oak and green
.. .
' I ought .to 'and he pathway
his
.leara.lOm.thloc legal technicalities In .
'respect, velvet; a small basket worktable, '

;r'-:: ---""y-r. Ho-bas '-alreadyb.frl.nded.:me" overflowing#! with bright-colored wools .put.haY8J18yer.haelL..1JL.JJDSl&u4.JlDdL.tlll.I..lway.me to school In "tha; convent. 'I and the newspapers. ; taking their : By William Ingltj.;. ''(". r'l
arch
.eii.from evidences of. official
: .. fine.old 'chlna od thmanCpl.belt e
hereturnedgating at him with_ al "
j pretty, surprised bewildered look In. ; 'a ,.a-ol"t"o-oo-cor- ,fancy,I'.am.Englleh.SAnd ". _disapproval began carefully planned S to the place and manner of origin the plague: g.TOTr7.

t ) her large eyes "I ,should still have ner-brackets, formed pleasant pto- Lambert I feel Is as, If you were but attack upon'hllll.. rThe Bohemian' x bacillus pestls. nothing definite' yet known, The manner. r
Mr. American
.tI.beea';waltlns.ia cross there at Madeleine tune ot comfort.'and. occupation:, i. an Magazine.. , ... A, of Its travel and communication to man'has' been dearly \
;. i -Not,.by birth; 'Tell me. did you .. \.ir" ., . .' '
.
; Chate.iM.elrlel tier tracedThe bacillus lives and breeds la the blood'ot the
,,had.he not"escorted me.! The gardena'othe: know father well long ," r."' aoo'I L "
Lambert gave a quick questioning were'gayand fragrant with my very ago Arms and tbo Man. :rat.< That-rat'Is;'Ihevictim-of'ness -which live uponhis.. '
"Y.es that iswe ran risks .- .. .
I some .
;
glance at his daughter's open;'Bmlllcg lilac and'i laburnum mignonette, and together; -Why do you a.kT" The campalgn'orator;Nr&lle;taking ::".blood, and ias they' feed draw into 'themselves the-" plague \
'
i '. .Lace and' then'exclaimed "I am In- jonquljs. '.'1" .... ,- "Because you are so unlike all.his' a ride In: an automobile with a friend bacilli which swim by thousands iq f.-.ltal fluid. Thus lnfected. =

{4 2'atftr: obliged,Jo you sir; infinitely, Lambert/wb.o loved to do things other frlends.f-\ \' .. was unlucky, epough to assume. the ., and thereby as'dangerous as so many little dynamite' -

i .' ," begad) I tell\ 7011..what. Elsie, you In.a princely, fashion had written to "Indeed! Am I too' )inglleht"- .' ,* .star part In.. an accident ., bombs...the fleas pass with the rats Into the' habltaUoD..ofhuman

; mustn't be .ou, so late In the day by$ secure ..* private ..oomand dinner. "No; I cannot exactly sar.what ./,' "When.he emerged from the hospital beings; hlch ,tha,rats Infest.,..aD4.-t' e.re., from convenient floors, .or,

"" .i" yourself.:!>> .Whylout': .you take the i The! party was .':therefore received the'difference-, but It is very great.!/'. a'week or two later his gesturing chairs or-beds, leap upon human victims >

, ... .bonne with. you or .alt'tlll. 'come' with great politeness and attention; ': Somehow these, few simple words outfit. 'consisted of, one arm and a The plague-bitten! flea.does'"not poison nan with his bite;as the stegomyta +
.
; .mT... .. ' .. 'The "ou&.f 'ladles betook themselves ..Iated'01)'nD as '.tbo'uIh they contained half;' the laft arm having bMG amputated .- mosquito! poisons by Injecting the bacillus of )'el1 tevVr directly IDto,tINt

:.' VOh"; It Is Iuck'waste of time wait-: io the'gaxden,- followed by the the highest compliment., He at the elbow.: 'i bloocL:. The flea It is true..bites,human belDga'.. 'h t. bites oUJ8r' pre,.,- 'He w

ing foe a chaperon oar a fine day;' but gentlemen except Lambert; who wear. restrained the reply which sprang to He lost no time }n Waiting upon the 'sucksv' blood-until he'Is- repleteandthen. squirts blood from his alimentarycanal'upon

we.shall be' too late to secure. places IndOors with madame. his lips, and changed the subject bx. political manager, his prey. .,Therela-Jles tha"vperil. Plague,, bacilli are In this dls-,

i 'ifwe delay.,"; -' w_. *"":: -fruiynn was;for some time an ob- exclaiming "There is'the rivet how "Do yon think there's enough of .'charge and if it-be left undisturbed on the skin of the victim the bacilli will'

"Tea."-we" had better be jogging. servant''listener;: more : and more fine 'it looks In the moonlight!" me left; he asked" "to carry out the peD.tratl.the skin and tissueL';' enter* the circulation, and thus Infect the person -: ,, ,

C.lI''oudID8': with UI't0-4.yT, And amused and .puzzled .at. the Incpn'grulty "Yes; there Is real harmony there." originalplan ot making a speaking upon whom the flea has fed., . V. 'r,".1'! + ,

., -we'll' ,hare stalk over old times, and of,the' .hole 'affair,'and gathering ."You .are"'right. Elsie: "..exclaimed tour!" .. :.,, It I. this curious manner,of. Infection 'by' cfe,1ecta that makes the'bubon'le,

't toy: girt wfl'&Ive..us a sons or.two., from the ;;,conversationthat her father: '."It gives one th".feeling Whr"1Iot.re.poDeI.1I; man plague tleeullarl daDgerou. to people who dO ffpr-bathe frequently. In Japan e

-"- XI. -Pot: ,.ivek; ;. my_dear; Sg11oAbnt' ypu Mademoiselle-<,AT Uonette .Davilliershid' of being In'church when tbejargan la l ager. "You can .tllI take.. the .stump. and,Iu'tbe United States the spread*ot-the disease'among human being. eves :'"
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'' .. '.ban't .tarva.'V V *. been ;.JlIu;:;:Lambert a, "dearest playing.-4 "-m i- / -rr, .can't your r :, : . : in,.raWnfecUd'clUes: is'slow, while in India and Chin*,.and certain.parts of. _

f. i" )l.n,. tba k',,Cam.Jlnc.ceO.,nn-i friend -at the, conv9nt'achool.'where '' '.ADd'1oo and you; delightful" j singIng ':It', all a T.matter-of,' bones.,!* stiffly Europe.where 'people-bathe seldom. If-ever:the plague runs Jike-w114ftr.; .."JC'!, .

f". "',..1.10rtul\at.I' ."" returned Olynn. bait'pleuedhaUregretful they had spent-.nearly;. six ')'e.r. together 'give -ma the feeling of sllv ryHght ,rejoined.the
. :}' ,that.he had'a'T' ,'that the-papa;Davllllers.held '.upon a stilly::smooth-lake," ....IdOl"nll.Ia'a 'be wortb'to you'?" :!'" : :> Wcjekly." '- .. --' 4,,' ;
.-:---real..esc11lI"J'e.dT some' government employments'and 'Ah.:yis: peace h.th'U. horrors no : -,. V* -
low tone to his .,
>, ,, ell;-to-morrow" -then, atr.tx"taharpund.we : that; ::Vlncent :was.:th.-.agent'.to t;::a "Tow-wilt far for,' ever associated comp.n10L Jess ghastly than those of war!-Chlcago -' :. . .a. -r"" ''I'': J..<. ,( . tfI :tlI.' .. ,
:; -
""--- -' k
,, / : wll) go andbear.h.ttI18W .. New"Yorkcommercial,, house. Lam- In my memory --with,, moonlight and Trlbvne.,: : : 'eye, ; h n"; '" '

:- ; op..en..at the Comlque .fterl"! bert's own occupation seemed yery In music"L: J: '

.i' gOod.t ,J .'shall .bi definite. He.talked.of having ,been Elite smiled,a'thougtfuI; smile., ; 'Bbakespearlan_ Bricklayer.Clyde .,
mostrbappy.'said "
J JJ/7 'tjynn.| < with an connected with the press.'of: baring "I an) not cure that such an.association ' '.: Fitch, the brilliant, la1. ;------------r': ; : :
-.-'Irreilitlbl had business Interview '
with various
' lmpulpe'ss It .om..701ce. .
of Ideas' Is a- good omen* wright-said other day of"'Jew'ele4ow.tch.jthat -
'"'?\\'Dot. his own.'answered for him., ; artists of:writing himself.on"sportIng '
U Ii. !
There' something mournful. and : j lad been sent;blht'
".:-' .::!" .ell. ;*i>04-b,.. for:,, jlhe' present "matter,., The symposium was mystic Ih the-.noon." ,by: 'a.$admirer.In'Peeblesr, -'- \ : : I J Jtl.fc

'i\ -' Bythe way?wher do youhang: out prolonged, -and when it,: :wasr over, .' ''I, could:never bring anything butgood'toyoe' .' "A 'Jw.Jee1I'atch', from Peebles., ., "..! '/1 . .
: what'a your hotel_ _WagramTr-very Glynn.-.- observing a piano la' the"co,"* It
whispered- Olynn. who "How strangely unexpected I reminds .
"'-f good "-' He. wept off his hat Ip conUmental ner of their dining room'aekeel' Miss '' an '-. w
i was strangely stirred ::by .the- charm me -et. 'open-air performance .: .
style. aDd his daughter' beJK. Lambertjf she remembered her-f.th ,& M .tfI' \fl.' .:.1> -
+0 : of bis' companion., the'betutfof: the oC..A."TolI'Lk..U.. ,that t onceTenearsedL. '" "-?' .
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...1. ;T-.j..towed :> bow; and smile 'upon ',.Glynn: 'er's promise, that spa iboutEldsis?; scene't;' curious fatality. which had ; . ..""* _: '- .> _._ "

.:,whlch conveyed to him la some occult '::Tres,** '.amlllnc., : ; his brought him':into."contact wlth Lam-. """I+rebear ed this .amateur perform. .E1 x .",. "t.111'1'' .. .' .___.-...:19'
: 1manner.impression that it'pleasediher promise,, not mine/' : .
; ante
him
? after.h.Tinc lost sight:'Of is a>gardenthat was overlooked
" ; to. thtok'he- ,..:was-a'trlenij- other ; ''This |s Indeed music" said Glynn: for so many yeara., '... . by a' building operation.. As m,... am; : Pastimes Madmen
Antherb Tn'a low voice when she had ceased. v r :of
' ; ; ,
.. t .. ""Dleul"cried Mademoiselle DaTlUters. >: ;:a eurs 'postured and chanted the Ti1 -

,'-.;', .1twuing since'Olynn.bi4.beenso. "Do you'feel"somethlngpf' the delightyougivet' "I any expiring rlth fatigue, bard's;: beautiful 'lines, bricklayers ;

roused an4. interested.'and the r" ', nd:1: have all th.t'loDs.ar. : to walk' above 'us laid- 'bricks., carpenters : ,

,.acquaintances on.whom he called that "Do' I give you d.llghtf. You'iook back!' : .' .. ; :planed boar"3s, ,and masons chipped 'I. .- .Cy If ten' .E. :Mmyar.. t: r ,

_ ;afternoon: found him, nnusnallrTanl as If you' llked-myainging."letrimg1pd. "Not,'at..a>V my' dear"yo* g'lady." !tones, '* ," . :

't-..,ttmated';;: :rand-agreeable: ;All,.throughla \ ." .. said Lambert,. 'with ajiperlor'.alr.: .': '"And :one..b.afterDoon."durinli' a silent :-. OMB q-r-lbeinventloni of.the'Insane .are or'scientlfievalui.",3

..._ .. f' _' om.wb"t"'solemn 'dinner at."the ."n"U11eaTe.t; -Ult..to,you Lheexclaimed -l'lmadea. jjpaulrles! -before1;we .pause
:1 t ". honse of a great French bank.r,',he :\ almost. In spite of himself."YOuYiong1r started', and told tb4olend"ob; _bne: ja,rToic j from:the .building,,.operation ;:ccmbiiling'a-bottle. A pla k.. and.amaltjnetalllo; ; tubes to;,, .

i-J- was buoyed, up by the,prospecf oTlhe' gaiter unknown to'mr." of the";carriages)-after ''u&/ There.. ; I" say gravely ? -"-* ,.., ._.. wMcJube: haij Atte4' laueua. Having set upbtir macbte. nae;;')1t.?

vdlffereat> ,,', JdD4. 'of;:f'.<<.tlt)". ,whichawaited ."If" a*Polish elr-jwranged by my th DJr..1 hearat.eomlng s'- ",'*!*prlthee.. .,malapert,' pass- .me ,procured" loaves of bread'the size of a maa'e head-.,'Thej ask

.', ;:, music master for',..om.Itallsnwords.H.j. . The -drtre Eyck was a fitting end loader hrlck. .."41 Washington, Starr; '. bread was'good-.:eo:good that It was decided to- make -tb"tf. '

Bomethlnr:,cnriously'sttmnlatind'lnr : ;' Italian..". f to 'a'd.llghtful}.day. Olyna.secured ... ':""'"" -:- machine known. 'One' day when It was In action'the !' 'JJ. ::

-, ,{l' ''this encount.r with:hfs, .old, Calif 0""-: c'"I, feel''as If I am unworthy to ask a scat uear.JCllte.an4 though neither,, S c.'J" .. suggested taking a photograph of It-, The, Inventor.watched/ ,

. ;n1ad"'acqulantisee'thui.::swept\into tor'another'song,". said' Glynn.-. .... after' of..*hem..poke-, man.words; he atleast : / Thor Gentler fill.4'to. ". him as if petrified for 'a moment<_ then be:.fell 'upon' they ''i';

.,such, dncpngruoussprroundings.btbi .: .. '. !short pausey -- ,felt1 that,the electric communication make.Every' effort having : macbine wrenched .Itlpart.: and trampled underfoot. The Iaventloa-r* q
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.eddying"current'llh'r stream. "Why ,1'.111 sine as much as yon was' twfJ.wOlllen.. .frlendlyj: let them exceedingly It. aa4.no
; of unuttered.sympathy useful pne-was,lost,'because-a. one had seen him make r !
' .. '.Ho w.''did e'come. to have;"such a like.,' I can always alas well for those complete and snCcUot- "- occupy: taeS ame 'room .at tUeother; !night.When'eacb'one"sees one dares speak of It to him. To allude to it Is to bring on a furious.&t--i t>,
"
; : k,: Vdaughtert. What matter '''enough wholtke my staging and again.her. ,."Thank 'you ,for,delightful, day, ;; that tack, Most lunatics, no matter bow eostented .n.r: .10." be generally cnerIsh -< s :f

-;& : ithattbr._wouldbe_ a4."el1a'IDID.an: : deft fingers strayed over:the ao.tes, Mr.IAmbert':"",: > . "C: ,.;.:;;: .; also has false- aIr. they, will-at once..becomeehnmmyand a :'! rtlve. longing to .lcaJl8'Th.r'eollect' Wax from the polished: fioon,..'r;.

., 'ingredient the morrow's pleasures::, till lbey=seemed. ""t alt"or-thetrrowir 7'cre''E:1i4tbacJbee4: ..", . confidentlatAtchlsoa ... ,- JUKeUjilaipresslonajtJockanajnakeke7S_from.. .empty _sardine 110:&..:: N, ;.
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-r 'As for bis own.prud.nce self-control, accord Into aa undulating accompany dear .|,.",,the day beforelt Is a .al. '. ''Olobe.--: ',. + "spoon,.nsndlee;'or.Anything to.be found." Dr. Marp's. muaeum.inCladea-:a '',

t kworldlZ..esteem-lt.Aever crossed-his ;, mentrto which she sane a'barearolle, pleasure to meat tour Look in OB us'' .lection ()f kDh'..;'of .trance' .Dd -oL.h.peii.. Some of .them hav.i\ ,

.4 -",.;mind to doubt;>> them.- ,He would pose brilliant playful! but with-an- undertone now.aad again. ( am ..r ..m7-: aachtel' I , 'Good Reasons: blades made from pieces of glass or slate and,set tn handles of corset 1\H.s.;'
.as a calm spect tor tudythe. of sadness... "I "i bn.?.' said busidejr man, to
Y ,. ,; pncxlev : will ha delighted Elsie Where a ,.Objects .!harmless In. themselves'become.dangerous weapons through the'far.a. J'
'offered- to his ..obsecration.'The .. !; .rShe .can' sing a, bit, can't sheT" is he4X3>-' '1 his Sicilian fruit vender.*i'why', did gennlty of 'madmen.,. -- '!'t.,).,;,
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, -'- ; weather was still Calm:;:t>right.vwarm : asked'LambertT! approaching with exultant ;: *' (lss:jLambert: 'Js iather'lIsd. :' .I Ton leave Slcll)?"; ,.- Insane sculptors areal...eom o' as Insane" painters The insane;sculp'" '' I

-,. > ; :. whenhaving drawn, a, light i looks.. ""Why.;sir; she'd- create think she has gone In. Good, night "M) country." answered Joan: tot hews out coarser':'statuettes,: fsntastjo"animals,' roclonsTUU"'ftorned tuida '

; -'-'?-paletot'over his eveningdress, Glynn 1 a fureur.ja, .culato.lu..t; she'd Thanks; J. have m-elgar/1 .: "ten-cent' day.This: -country,,ten- grimacing devils. ,An.z. -ax-mechanlo carves-ell his bones. -That hU.old-; I

:" ileftJbJs h tel/,Jlreferrlo.'tci walk,.as ; pick npigold for the' asking-, Ea 'To be Continued, '. cent a cigar.=.N.'orkn:: '". trade is still la Us m.molTI..hown by the little soup screws that ie makes ""f:< '

,'r, . good time for"Ianer' At. hatfuls,, if .he'4"p.'oa the 'stags; .
it, ,. 'tSf he.malier pieces of bone) and relcnlo.task. < 't
; hthecorner He works all ete.
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PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY course 'OU've tried lots. of things and FALL FERTILIZING f Supplies :
_ > they. failed. Try Ballard's Snow Lln.Imen E :. .
f.Offlcein Valley Gazette Building. \-<-lt will drive'away all ache.,
pains and stiffness and l leave as Don't let your trees become exhLusted. Give them food
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gtRRIMMEE.: OSCEOLA COUNTY. FLA. .well as you ever were Sold by you Rob- for the root to assimilate through the winter to supply :::::5 TABLETS

0 .. erson'. Pharmacy. == the first. Impulse of spring srrowth. Nothing == .j.: .;
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c .__ -==-'"=-=- For Rent or Sale. E IDEAL FRUIT and VINE MANURE 3 .;:
RATES. Residential and farming property of TABLETS .!

4 _...pr.- ,..r .... U 00 sixty acres, well fenced, at. Hammock E OR SPECIAL FRUIT and'VINE MANURE =| ESPECIALLY FOR : \

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-- food order; outbuildings\ and farming E ::::: ;

v. 'AD eanunitieationa, .._, from oar authvt1 Implements. Apply to.U Guano. No. 4 ,. -
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matter will not bo rotunMd valaa POTATOESRose .
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..oa8.I.as mail__. Florida Homes E Write for booklets: "How and When to Fertilize Citrus Trees 3 ..
::: "Pineapple Fertilizing" "Irish Potatoes," "Florida StrawS::: j -
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EASY PAYMENTS == WATERS & CARSON GROCERY 3 I
Call on our local Agent .
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Wallace Stovall: makes a success
My thing he undertakes. He Is mana $3fiO bun 4-room house, 1 acre celery WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER CO.. 3 I --- --'P- 1F-- P'V 'atapp r
ger of Htate Fair to be held In'Tampa land, flowing well, near lake. aAOK ONVlllat. FLA.7l .

la February. Eight large lake front lots. fine PHONE NO. 8. M

trucking land, $000. :? WIUttUULlaILUwLUUit1uLuwLuLUaauwuIICPORTLAND I pp r x
Klsstmmee must now be counted one LULULUU
." Her latest. is Nine lot ou Vine Street, WOO; under -
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ti organize a strong military company.Leetburg .- Rood wire fenee. *100 cash balance I Griffin -

Commercial.TanTba uu time. Good poultry location. MAINE, CHILD FLOYD t i ?

$25 per month buys -ro\Jm cottage HI, Weak and Bmaoiated, He>- D. N. HI
.i reports every cigarmaker in 2 celery J
and servant house acres
a the city working full time. That being torexl to H.althby Vinol Groceries
m fact, there is no city loth. country land Howies:. well. Price t400. "Oar little daughter, six years of age, -Dealer In- =
f ojoylng more prosperous times Excellently. located home with. or- slur a severe attack of the measles,

M anjrei, grapefruit., !guavas grapes which developed Into pneumonia, was Meats.
< An authority. oq nerves says he has figs, peaches !gardenroom; cottage; left pitifully thin, weak and emaciated General MerchandisePEGHORN L.= ,
... ..,. ..naverJound a woman so nervous thatthe also adjoining lot set In budded trees. She had no appetite and her stomach > at. any Hour I'utrnnire Sollcltra. r'f
: ;. continued rustle of a silk skirt. Interfered FLA., 4
s lu the least with her nerves. Near court house. Price 117 O. was so weak It could not retain ...,.................. "et6.St4..r............... l'$
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food. She lay: in this
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weeks and nothing the doctor prescribed -
When boys of fourteen in a Best UTS In .
engage orange tree crop! CASH
did a bit of good, and we were Tpr.iH. r
duel, as two did In Rome Oa., the
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'., other days it. is time for old sinners to boxes; 20 acres good orange beginning to think she would never re Head the Christmas List With b
t' Neat railroad five miles opt. Price
7aJ'aside the. ..IaIbooler'aJld profess i cover. Apd offers this Block at the 1 1eceptlonallv
religion.Sunday's. $1800. "At this time we commenced to give low prices: r '
r .. Orange grove, house farm; orange her Vinci, and the effect was marvelous A KODAK
't'ampa Tribune, containing crop ,,2500 boxes; 150"acres near town, The doctor wu-amazed at her These, prices hold good for .. ,
complete write-up of Polk county suitable for sale dividing Price progress and when we told him we week only.
and Ita people, was the. boast piece were giving her Vlnol. he replied, -'It For everyone likes picture of the"
..j of _Ip..per.work ever accomplished 10000. Corn sack. . . . .,. . . :$1
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in,Florida.r solicited.J. so, and she recovered her health and Oats' :. . . . . . 2 ested in. And anybody can {.VM-..
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strength months before the doctor Shorts . . . - 1 .
make J\
The night. rlde..n4 militia engaged good pictures with ,
1V! In a pitched battle. in Tennessee with M.'WILLSON' JR. thought she could.** J. W. Flagg. Cotton seed meal per sack .' 1 a Kodak.
the result that. one militiaman was Portland Me. Cotton seed hulls . V' ;

r lightly wounded la the hand. A-wful. KISSIMMEK, FLORIDA Vlnol cure conditions Ilk. this because Flour per bbl . . . . tI '

When will such bloody wars cease? REAL ESTATE AND' 1NSUR ANCE! In a natural manner It Increasesthe Flour per half I bbl: . . . . . 3 : I
t; appetite tones up the dlgeiUve . . . I 6 Kodaks and Brownie Cameras I'
} .. The KIulmmee-Bo.1d of Trade will rich, red blood and Grits per bbl . . . . . at our Store +
.bold lu regul. meeting next Tuesday organs, makes In the body. Meal nor bbl . . . . . .. 5 I from 12.00 up ; i
strengthens organ
night, and a full attendance U urged every Best bacon per lb . . . . JL'a

f as will matter be presented of the for utmost consideration.Importance. W. L M DOZOB For-sale by Roberson's PharmacyJ.H.REDDITT Sugar 25 fibs for . . . . . . . 1 OSCEOLA PHARMACY?:

,i'-.- Lard 10 Ibs for . . . . . . 1 .
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( th.first time In"" the bFor of Good green coffee 8 Ibs . . 1 -.- - ''rtt ,
ty 'Florida a national convention 0?organized Octagon soap 25 cakes . . . . 1 ::

labor I. to be held ere... The Pearllne 25 cakes . . . . . 1 :
Betiding Trades Section of theAmer Sept
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j'lCtn Federation of Labor will meet. In REAL ':ESTATE, Good Luck baking powder 13 cans 1 r

annual session tn Tampa next. Novem- 2 Ib tomatoes per.doz . . . .
!; r and.tb1'ee'; thousand delegate Best. ride per 100 Ibs,. . . . . ... 7
I Room Chair
,; .twtkb. iti attendance. '.-"-;:-'. wX ;_-1" -' :r LyKISSIMMIE McElree'sWineof CarduI (1 size .
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\;, Dispatches state I. : Chase rI .. with ractlul panel back. of niartK.sswed
"-. has pledged Florida to the' protective Svrupof Flirs,50o size bottle for ......*olden tlni.h,blihly! r> e drds Iramc acat.
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2 ... our owns,speaking-'along"hat as well) .L._ablllt7Le.Ys..gs_. !II'Ity.ed bottle for.-. .0. .'. . ,.repreaeiiL.U..ctl.. l Yoearv.atte.N Chain lor dniDIroom.lor.! -mi alrtlar,bed-room.tailn-rasi'

: ,a\s other. lines, andvwlll continue to a..U.a.chua.by Caraaers flaw (;haa. H. Fletcher's Caltoria \ jPlant.en j lawn. stores ollice--and. every: other. use tram toe. '
dO eon '... _, \ Iva to the plainett. AU kinda ol wood,JOO dlflercot slyks. "
? r+ '0._ h.neo.gtlnnL Pink: Pills. . .. .. . . . I ... '
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'I "*- rWe. have all 'along contended that. they them taco they Quilt. cotton per pound . . . i '.tfira>. ivl |l-.* tbe"'hat. _,.Ton pool massy to.
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j woul4 pro anythfog'growngnthiseartbbuttpoeeer* Work' .blrtl.5Oc kind for. . MenrM. y
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JEWELER"AND Work shirts 75o kind for . j jGlrard i I
,wM' occurred to us that our.soil teas"peeu- fo.rwn1711x1. II I . .
)SI > leanly.adapted to the growing of mul- .baylo8 WATCH REPAIRER. drawers, per pair . I, '

k.. berry '1....: for silk worm cultures! .a-.sa..at"y eoMctntoind .. Call and see my VLilne; of Watches. Dress 'shirts tl kind for . . . ---- TT ,
.t.H..lolr learned tht fact, we can now trmnt worthy Mep's and women's hoselOc kind .

+ claim this state leadatbe. world In any ".. P -h_. __" ...1I' Any article)>f Jewelry' Promptly Or- for. . . . . . . . .. . . . . . N. C. b !- 4'
thing and everything.K.stwtneehs sYAK.r.taryl
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... = Best Seminole Bleaching, full \ : .

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'. E.,. bjow for the town_Mulberry Journal. 4.V sUMPSONDENTIST wide yard . . . . . . '
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It is never considered "blowing"when I 11 pit. ? I Carson Grocery; Co.
one tell the truth, and no urs t.e is too The Graystone The above prices take effect ,
_- .Kreat to give this town and county,for ., .ber lit. . .
ft has ae.many Jodscemeats -too offer All other. iroodfi will be sold at I i and Befall Oaal.raI .: :i-ii
,:st .boftt8Heker..tnnlt.or. and.touriats aa Upstalrs"In' K Building. KI"8IMMS P.LA. game reduction in price which la

:"b' -, toy place on t.h- *.oe of the. earth. 1 Onc.HouD."" !S. 1 IJ tbm.b303 12. m. low the price charged 'byoth r-- $!
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chants in the county.
e'; iy ,,. \drj.:. ; E. Pound, who at one' time : Telephone No. 70 Jun 5. Ivr On Lake: Tohopekaliga. /
: '.:_ .a. Connected with the Valley O.zet.le.I I -- -- _. --_.- -.- --,- --- hunting:, Fishing, Shootlnit.Rathlng .. Gia
jr' <"and .bo i. a newspaperman of excepi -' I ( olf, Tftnntk Kuquc, l +
+" tional"'qualifications, has tfurehaaedan W. W. Q' RSON: J D. D. S.. ; Cricket, Clock Golf, natehuti, j Str. Juanita for Charter AGENTS'FOR JkL &
: . ,r, interest tn.-t.be-Cas ) DIs.patcU. -: Trap-Shetrt-Ing. !
4 fr';,. . ..The Dispatch eieGa. pa DENIAL PARLORS!" .... 1 Term: *2.."><) to *:.J roll) per" laj. Tin1, services Of the steuintri.r I i ( ) ted Fertilizers CKATBSE : ;
_' 'a'" per before Mr. Pound connected him--' RIVERS, BUILDING $ to % ) per neck.To ait ni-w Altered for charter '
.aelf with tl; It will now'take rank with : OVBR OSCEOLA. PHARMACY and pleasure parties, or for 1 T ''C.{
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:' j Valley Gilbert. Home Store: advertisements mean ajl Tuning.Next . F' IVVVV VfVVVVV yVV V '

or I. '. New line of white materials. for fall. they",. 25 off', on furniture sales.. N week Wade will work' FD, .
Immee. Orders sent to The Ion will ; .
& *- TKLKPMONB. NO. 11. waists, at KATZ'S.Lace All kinds of mu.loalln.t..umeDte and attended: to. ]IS' .. --.. ,,, .....' _

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t rOBL1SHED EVERY cut prices at Stanford's.
x Much Toning '
Use Plank's Chill Tonic. Ou ran- -. .
For' Bicycles Or- teed. Price 25 Sold .. t---- i
Slajiibarger.! cents. by .11dru&I.t8 Prevented my visit to Kiwi mmee this Z;
w. .. HA"'IB.j lando.- -6t. j uln-8 week, but IXwIll be down next week.: :

Stove wood dellyered in town at1.00.per Miss Berta pleasantlyentertained Send orders tpyThe Inn. WADE st
j Bryan very ........ '
WkATHtRRPORT.A" - i
OFFICIAL strand.16tf the Forty-Two Club last.Frld..y '
We have 1q5.a lendU -
now I s ,
radio. Thnredn.
tenwratur.. for wwk KISSIMMKK LUMBER Co. afternoon. "" 1 yI
p... a. tws..r. line of botb.poundPatid box stationry. .
'Our f.n'It'ood.. coming in dally. Capt.. W. H. Burns and family. qf St. .Klssimmee Drug Co.

'.: II... \' 11111: talL. Glad. to have you inspect them. Petersburg spent Thanksgiving In tits -----=-- Our line. of FoilS
1 KATZ'S. simraee with the family of A. W. Wlno. Floyd at Peghorn Is selling goo ch .
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--. -. We bare some good cheap dressers We rent sewing macHloes and are I shaper than any other merchant. In

rrw.r;.. . ... R1 uwars that have never been on exhibition agents for the Singer machinesand ..c:...See,..advertisement.Next _. .
t; .8a&aaIar 140 and. must go with the balance of the their attachments. See us before buying < Goods for Men
.. 111 tit week next week, next week-
,f.8alldQ.. II . .q 110 furniture. 25 per cent. off (or cash. elsewhere. The Hone Store. Wade. i **
... . 88 1\8 The Home Store. ,
) ..:: Miss Elisabeth Carson entertained __ 1 S
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"... a ..n.. 13 1 c Mrs. Sherwood and her daughter, a. party of friends last F"ld..y'e..n Inar For Sale. Women and
14'kaedar. Mrs Brown, and littlesong arrived .
In honor of hr meat from DeLaed. '
last week from Benton Harbor, Mich., Block: of land fenced ready for the ; ..
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I, J Progress)!.Up Jinks" was- played,
: Chtldr'en' :
plow adjoining Rotundo's tru6k farm.J. . '
.. and. have rented Mrs. Tatnaan's cottage and proved Interelt.IDIl.Judle I r
N'N' wMVVa'Ma for the winter.. very M. WlLLSON. JR. 1 snow
/ Johnston Issued a marriage I,.,
County Commissioner J. H. Stratton license last !Saturday: to Oscar L. Stale Miss Nllla Oibert,the popular teacher .
THE LOCAL FIELD. | purchased. last Monday the interest ofhll v and Estelle Boatwrlght. who gave at Flnney Point, spent the Thanksgiving ]I" for '
partner. ; A. F. Bass, in the Bass Ijoughman as their place of residence. I / holiday. with her parents, Mr I. open your ,
vllle Grocery Company, and Is now
and Mrs. M. Cosner.
of that Flshlof' and hunting parties can nnd !
sole proprietor thriving con-
t accommodations at Shell Hammock. If you want your house.. or .. "
cern. about 30 miles south of Klssimmee on I neat. sign made, see Oeo. A. Gilbert. t inspection' .
'.Wade, the Tuner. Orlando. John Llghtaey of Whittler passed the Kissimme' river. Launches, rowboats I .

Dwellings, for; rent, apply to M. through Mulberry Wednesday on his etc., can be had. Application. I '-. I
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1 bad been to deliver a bunch of cattle GHO. B. TATMAN, R. O. MEEK
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,?; Mrs. M. Tiller spent Tuesday In Or- from the KUslmmee ranlt'Mulberrf
nov 27-2m Rosalie Fla.
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Claodo.Fifty pieces of new Gingham.' just Mrs. $. B. Auliman of Thonotosa, Has; for sale choice lands in ever
Katz's. The United Land Company. through I is a guest this week at the home of bt.r portion of Florida adapted for farm. I
i:1: received at their agent, C. W. Ward. vacated the brother Mr J. !M. Wlllson, Jr Mrs ing or the growing! of fruits and vegetables / .'
Floyd at Peghorn Is the cash seller St. Cloud plantation on Tuesday. and Aultman. Is a former resident of Kls of every variety; also phosphate .
and the cheap seller. formally turned the property over toW simmee and her large number of timber and ranch lands. I +MvVVVVVV

r. '.. Subscribe for McCall' yaeaxineQjCentS U: Makinsod. who purchased the friends here are always pleased to live I

t..1 .:. ,a tear. -A. !S.: Gilbert. place some months ago. her a. cordial welcome. Exceptionally One bargains. In orange 1
:iot' The Home Store are agents for the Mr. S. H. CUll, the popular and Edgar Katx returned home last week I
[*** White'Star lAundry. Phone 154. obliging express agent has- purchaseda from Ithaca, N. Y., where he bad beenattending him; he can sell iLjrent. it and collect:
two-acr tot adjoining/ Rotundo'acelery Cornell University and left your rents
Renry8taafordepentTbank.glvingay ; / farm. which he will have prepared this week for DeLand, where he will I
Orlando.Boys'
very pleasantly in and put in shape. for growing aspring attend Stetson University. Since leaving Agent fOr best Fire and Life Insurance "
knee pants plaip and Knlck- crop of vegetablesMr. for Cornell In the fall Edgar has and. Armour'sFerlllixers.Kissimmee V VVVV V 1

.. -erbocker. styles, .. KATZ'S.Miss U. A. Llgbtsev of Bartowwan. I not been in robust health and felt unable -
Lee Orion Ormsby of Lakeland ager of the Lightsey-Parsons Cattle to withstand the winder In that FloridaE '

' . wastbegueetofMUsNillaGtbertlaa Co., whose raoohe is located at. Turkey Vigorous/ clime. =. -- .. -=--- .-==---=- ?- KissimnmieeWa 'on' Wo.r .
,, W r Hammock on the Klssimmee river washer 1 We would strongly urge all our r

Cut Glass Ware-Klssimmee Drug' this week in consultation with his friends and the public generally. that, II. "FENNELLGeneral. /' ....

\' ..Co. has lust received a beautiful partner Mr W! (X Parsons to prevent disappointment, they postpone N OPPOSITE CHftlSTIAlTCHURCH.. .' r ", j ;, ,.'
selection r The sale. of furniture Is still going onat purchasing any. Christmas goods: .

,L J. W. Cole'of Fort'Gardner came up the Home.Store, and as long as the until they have seen our display next ., Repair Shop. Under ,New"'Management> with Thorough Experience and Up-to-Dte' v, ,

:;,.. t .'town by,steamer this week aDd madeTflvlnir stock )acts the.dlscount-wU1 be 23'. percent week. The. line Is one of the most I ..*. Blacksmith.. Wheelwright.and Horseshoer.. .;-f-\::: ;\k -
here and . .
/ trip to Bartow. '. off for cash. Better hurry.' We complete ever seen com -. v. .- .S :: '
, have lots of goods but we1 cannot. fidn prises novelties In stationery, I W'
',: Mr. Earl Lupfer returned home last room for display. Ask for them.Watcbahis ware. (rrldescent-ware, fancy Jtl.\\ Shoes, Harness and All Kinds Blacksmith, Wheelwright Work'and Horseshoeing .

......,... been Sunday spending from' the Oregon past,several where' months he had \ predict lop: Within nverears brac; Japanese crockery, Saddles Mended a' Specialty, ;
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there will be hundreds of acre. dolls vases postcard albums; bibles
th Mrs. J. K. Hllllard of Hilllard's. Island Idle around Klssim and good line of readable books We ,K
of land now lying '
was In town shopping Wednesday also have a nice assortment of fountain -I Next to Sunny ALL WORK GUARANTEED TO SATISFY "*
and Broadway
':" and made this office an appreciated mee such crop under of irrigation lettuce, celery and growing other pens suttiftJe for presentation or :- _...: ....- .. ?

L.'. call. dreamed everyday use." Walt tot the displaynext I S.llclt Ye.r'Tradi. ... "
vegetables As' were not even JOHNSTO..1f :
). South Stables.
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,, Dave you seen' the at the fine Home line of Store.enN's of until the last. year or so. week. at the Home-Store.-- Will Tr.t .Y.H .".t. .. ,R, ._' ; '.. .. ,

. while t.b.Jla.L We Messrs. Milliard and Wetherbee olHllliard's Tile Correct Tin. ..
26per, cent off .. .
Island raised. a fine crop of \ . -
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. ..: par the.Jrelllh1. eggplant/ this. fall. which has been to stop a cough/ or.cord Is just as. soon Sprigg 'FlemingCLEANING'] " .
,;, :The brick-work b'JTthe De"Frat.eml- bringing fancy prices In the northern as U .IIt.art.-theD there will be no danger ,

ty Had. is Bearing completion. and th. markets. The,. gentlemen always b..e.0mebl of pneumonia or consumption, THIS .
...,. .' .butJUlnjrj.alreadj': '_ presents. aulte.. '. jf-fop-marketsad-.arre consequently .. .,Ju.t..3C'Ydo..of. BUard.'sJJore. --: ---_. .- -. , 1T'Jm = ,. ,
.,handsome appearanceJ. -. among, '0,0r;, most :lIro.peronl'farmer. hound Syrup taken awth* .-start.will -- --
": :: J. n/Hale' arrived'with .. r atop the cough/ If it has. been running PRESSING . '
t-. '. ..;, lU... and has taken. cup on for some time the treatment will be L'OFFERI Tfm*ya.'w
from' C. 1 F. McQuafg, the welt-known Orlando DYEING sPEa
longer, but-the cure is sure Sold by ... .,., .
)f hia-jresfdeoce for the winter In his cot real estate dealer was in townWl"dn..day' hM. ..
Jr ,taOTln-West, Kisslmcnee.Galvfa .. in the interest! of some big Qoberson's Pharmacy.Lsmsxtry.. REPAIRING ,, on Mora we wit(...ataotatelf.Via. t ,
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ii,' Platt of Fort Christmas was deals which/: He has on hand. Mr.McQualg . .wu: ;' ,r I :.4 P..T..DdZ*..tflC. -..".ttMatlw-d* .

1> .1D town Saturday, having: come up-byway : states that the real estate The agency for the White Star t.-tlll"hO '' I d" .... ... ......... "
:;. Of.Whluler-where he bad been to business .Is now looking up,' and he laundry. 1 I' now at. the Home Store.. Leave word And elothei y' I"" "l '. ,. ..> '

:.'fi" look after some cgtllejoterests.' expecy to see a lot of property in this and. If you wish to have the boy call will be Called. tor and returned.. I ( ...slmttocM 11" .... 1.srtlr..(.. .

'y "A swell )line-of combs, hair( brushes, -t seetion chanllChandl\ In the near future on you weekly, 'Just ring up 164,._ and ; I.. ] 1M). ..
rubber' goods in fact will be on our list and calledon ')" .
: tooth Brushes J you put
.all kinds ot druggist sundries.at rock(. Mr. Jr F O'Berry, one of our most weekly. The work Is ail\ done in Satisfaction' t1-,Guaranteed-, ,.. An w*ask la that redaisal.el tits.tktobeaatitoloMfit ;r .
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;. ''bottom prices at Osceola Pharmacy., extensive as well as progressive farmers an efficient manner and at. TanJpa :: pwdiaM at tbs m s

..DOD',,'.ead'away'form' bisno\ or anofgas'untll has. heed shipping eggplant. for. price.. __ _..- ....dlietaia,... the pillow t lace sad lasertioa 4 slMlosof raqairad Rieiard.o&to Pos,.II.Grad tae ? *."
with time, for which he, has. bten receiving '
talked tis some "f
you have j ., PriaeCrscUaFlnss: -all Is*eejly Mew Th.
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.i' A Hearty Appetite '
about It.. ',W4 Call can do the just Home aswell Store.foi shipping handsome'new. fall Irish returns potatoes, and is now lie U what most babies have, but is of no M. TILLER ........ sad Ok .... to w.rtl ssach Boratha* tai and yos g.e lbs. beMai- ...., .
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".'t\'.. you. at home from 'he preparing to plant bfteen acres In benefit to them if they have. worms' Be Pillow nttt Tbto.otT.ris. United.- ,.Ask M .c.. tnl.tody... : .
r 'Oet.-you..choollfsuppllea' Real Estate Agency. I..
cabbage and wlU ,.lito put in,an acre sure vour.baby
if'KIuimmeil"( : Drug line and Company.U they c have The:!")' or t"o-In TMrS.celery.A..L.. Emerson tort- them., rings Sure under'symptoms the"eyes-,always nov gaining hungry -: a\NNNwNN\\\ \ WrRealty MRS. :PILL>? r'l"J LINERY"STOR x a.r : $.e ,. ''':: ,

will order U for you. Mr. an< =
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in weight and yellow complexion.. A .
Pierce returned :.ome this weelc after a bought and sold. --- >
": The regular oxtetinflf i of the Christian oleasant visit to their daughter Mrs, few doses of White' Cream. Vermifuge Houses rented. j lit) NNNee\NNe\Naee.NM w ....;.._. k
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6 ''and Mlsslonarv Alliance will beheld will .peLan worms. It Is a positive ... -- ,.
8. If. Cull.) Mr. Emerson was veryfavorably verIfied w jjj
.. at; Christian e urcl1n.u.Tu..dal: ; Impressed with }be'' fine cure and reliable Price 25 cepts') per Taxes paid and -Tites.! __, B WHAT' MEANS !I r.-4..$..... -- ...,
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:l'T afng," RirrR.VFp.terwill preach; trucking lands around Kisslmraee,.apd bottle. Sold by nober son's Phar .cv. i i for nonresidents.Fire ; 'I II .. ,J,.;
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'. '!Ifrtarlmmee: Drug _Co', are" just It I It is possible that he may. decide Invest ;fife;and Accident InC :: M.., p.nei..t o battSew whit. B nk'i"CiSrt,.rU Sr7'orth..' JiffiriTin'Wtwcvn ":' .;:-- 7" '", '

: of a fine line of.cut glass: ware,, and engage In the. trucking .business A Snap for $550 Cast. eurance. > :: a bank At little or no..pjtat.ad.... with a Iara.MwMml *. '..>
.ttohpas etc., A 3ANK CAPITAL AND SURPLUS .. ,f
vases*. dishes, pitchers, here later; One block from"court horfsPr an acre Indemnity Bonds. I h r
which.1*.belnff sold at very low- pi icesKls4immees c W. T. Crawford of Cairo, Ga, spenta fenced and set in orange Vand grace- I i*the fund thsLprot.cts tboI drm.kanlrom ....Lth.
brass band'Includes ter the past week .the Will makejaieVlaerfigi t.o.-v<' '..- ................'vtw' -:: p& r-! .. , l
few days In town fruit trees. ; of V-. . ... I\II\Of1! . .
,",. ladie .s: > The Tribune. herewith, extend.I guest: of_the_Park__Hnl..1. Mpv-Crmw- tlencelou 6Ox<4o' feet II if Burplu.Capital Fundef. .\ .., {j>stn. iC ) ,
.. a special .Invitation to that ban Jc 1 ford was on a prospecting tour look- J M. WILUSON JR. :: 8w.khold. LI.WHty T Ht.OM tI/J i if. r .nom

; -.tltQ1r.-sra.f.f. ; 1I'all'-\.m'jla"'Trlbune. Ing for a place to locate, and from the I rtw.-Bro";. G. F. K&IBBSATTORNBYAT ;, i A Total ofThl . .,II.fooO 00. .
Her H ;
Read the advertisement of b. N, manner In which he expressed hlm elf :j: .moan.' th.t Ma must t... $1" ;("JO! (uu bvfon our d.po.llor.could IOM a ent.'I
roerchanat Kisalimnee. Its\ more her complexion was bad and J "
1i'hnd, who deals in general In regard to because This prolwtian" U for YOU
'. . at Peghorn He is selling for lhafi' probable: he will be numbered she could and nothing to clear H up. >UAW.Olice -i STATE BANK OF KISSIMMe i
but at greatly reducec our inhabitant\ In the near fa- Ladles, a bad complexion la cau-edwill '
'B.bonly; ,- among-- tttt-I.Uver : .. ..=- ,..:.-_ :: 't
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'jrtce"-) = Tina: In perfect condition by taking in TTTeFCourt House Kls :: KJ-IM"-&c.-FJ' : ",c>",,- ----------J.-- I
be-put
Mliai'1lza'teth.Car.od' and James was being served; if
Today while dinner/
Ballard Heroine The unequaled simmee florid :i: JOHN M. LEE. N. B CARSON I
'Carson:: eotertalnnd party 01! boarding hViuselbeie arose c: CARSON
P' from at Hats' ItVer regulator. Sold -by Itoberson's . '
; : Vtcf-Prw.14. t C. til r.WILLIAMS' ::
their college mates tttetsoa Unt It \Is said that one of the With whom will be associated in' thi : I'r..14. .. .

:.e"lty.1a.t week from.. 'Thursday" ell! !quarrel-boarders was drinking and used a. little Pharmacy.- --. . --.-- trial of cauves' the law firm ef II!.............-' \.\.{.......{...\\.{{........._........._._-_._ ..-.. 'II'II ":

Sunday,,* ; profanejanguage/ aroused Mr At' for Cash. - . .. -. - ---- 1
Cost at
.IIfimpletoD"and.i'rathl" b1N ,that follow, Massey & Warlow, ofOrlando : :
.8"'nI1Tth..mel
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of Camp,, bitten almost of[and JVelvottijhonb.OO and tl.25 a yard KiNgY: PILLS. ROGERS' LIVERWORT ,"n' "
respecalv ed n.% nose was
popularJftch
, ,1\, '.belt' and Clark-.schools, spent KundajIn John Padgettface was scratched' now going at ,7.0,_ Braids fornoerh 1-_ _._ __ Hive 'J'lU uttclttrtod., yiftnr Kid' *>*f }lov.. TAB AND CANOHALAQUA' f : (! frot'
tl.OO bunch iiow, town the guests ot,).lf. aQUlr.-.Q: ,, badly.U.. wee Impossible lean I _, HEALTH ANDIVITALITY run TOUT '
," ---...;:. came] trotal,ltf with.your kkltt jt*end bt4.ierfHave Aaabma.n<1 HronchltU..wt..1t.. ailKcompliUDl '"- -
ln" ...J. -;. the" result wan as far as "Peggy'Arnold F NBRVINIPILL' .. v 'tt ,
E xp'rank ;- what For Ilctlt. MOTTet ron !p.tua In luln 1rto bank uro'ininit: liKnopnn.titnirti"" I and
.uebbyldet'tsohflijliahd(*''Isl&ndJioraposmBr ) ,, is concerned, for he was. onto!. Iron and tonic rent.rUre. tor> mi,I bladder I ii4v.un u HuCn-r, apt-n.raueenf theasceriyynl.llyuudrt'.hu.riv \\lid 'herrv.' h.vo tor ."..* iSJ.utaiaid .n A. ; ,
'i" .John Padg: Bedroom andslitlngroooTfUrnUhed,, The great l ( .1 Too \ and itcllt
tbe' Ullllard Cohoon,, sight/ shortly afterwards. ..'1 women iirotlncvn atr uiitti .. . ,1 .
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in I' with without board South Ktaaimmee.fronting thsyyat.maid rvniaW tb* pima I a <1 Wetberbee and "Ma'l r" families'aN ett is at. present occupying! a room or bul kill_op or "I I cure ;7OU.,1.to l'h.1 drn.ewTe l5rn wl h .'ety 10 ohtMrenwPrice ( It.
Oceola 1'1..1IMI07 f
5 house Apply te For ul I" by ; !
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1 the Florida judiciary to Joll: W', tbamole ex- t till -
of .Judge ,'Maxwell of VU'Yal' ..vf --r 4 rr -.r "
I t ..Ad..Pled to. Cultivation of Mib'srrjr county In >eendlng Vpistot toten"t to r. 1 1 t 'Iowd' ," KIM Roadside ''Verdi.Weeds ., ".

J Trej for Silk Indu.try ", cbalngang without offering' them -A F'E EP0 tJ AY.t.T% r growing along 'c ntri'rOa4.m.iO ,.,! 3r
(the' lot ,, ; ,..)1.-
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opening th*; November '.'l rm ,of the I much ; } vwsa

r GRO PI1DOCED/ IN SIX tYiEtKS D de'-county, ct'lrnlnalCourt: of"'recor weeds of fa rare caused in part tll' 'w / :;,
been allowed ,,:, .,;'
Judge .W, -Mecalf announced hi. Itentlon roadside weed* yntt ijsve :: '., r
l or sending,, to the cbaln.an. toNseed Many States'' t .
r:: -- to;:go tf.:;; .;' "1tH.:::
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t,$ sfr*** Can B* Grown la Florida la' O.. very one convicted I Gf carrying. 'a..coealed have laws dealing wjth the ex term 1 1 .':":....iv 'ilif",. tKs" 1t.t >f.'
deadlyweapon., the"roa alde.. "'
weeds
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along
YMT.. ( .Enropi It lUqtalr. '
,a ; ,, n "' "Osceola county r hal been Called and the-,Manual of the row* HlghwiCommisslbn .;\ }
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ns '4IpM I :.y s .,'_ .... 'Sportsman's'1teatiquanhltf"of' Paradise" Thirty lavedaer'and'I gives methods-, destroying } :.. i! ,.,
f : "maUer'sam. various weeds. In that Stat4 t .> "'"t'i:: !
vf ,,,Jacksonville' Fla,-That the soil of were killed In taa county bone r .rag-weeds and thistles are',co moo) t h Yd. tom'. ., 'o1.. av t 't'''. '
the week in November *o far as known, "' .,rUI.ljt't -
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Florida Is peculiarly adapted It become '
and there were other parties of and the squirrel-tall grass "* 'gn\, ,
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cuIU".Uoo" the mulberry tree for sportsmen out who did. not report Ing'very abundant. Bars a :writer*! . "" ., ,

the production of the silk worm and how many they killed Engln6 rJD.-ContraeUnc: ' '& '. '

+y that the 'manufacture of all 11;. will A young man named :Ed Wlndhai, : '"Theiquirreltail grass U -aD-an- J :.: ; '

eventually 'prove one of the leading working at one of the sawmills at .Dual or' winterannual, appearing" ",: ;';...
be- dantonm *nurth of Pensacola abundantly In the ttillf To prevent ;;"' !,' ll L
industries of the state Is the firm nt. was et ,h;.; ';' ,,
K tho American cut In half by one of the.saws 11t e Its seeding In the meadow grass ; h .
.;. net of I>T, V Oalglan. j : "-::. ,.
silk culturlst. mill where he was employed. I tI should be cut early. In this way bluegrass J "

Relative tovsllk manufacturing and dame seems to be abundant t In ..1 I will have a chance to grow and 4'' ,

the advantage Florida offers to th... Florida this season, Quail are eo It will not be necessary to plow up ;Z. .."
industry. Dr. Oalglan ban._the. folioIng plentiful around Miami that It Is said the roadside if the gruI.IaJ'eut. In this r '::
't to nay: to be a difficult matter for the farm few .'
for a
way years.
r Gold trees or mulberry tdeos grow era to get a need/ bed started, as the h r IL IL'I "The mustards may be exterminated I. .,
,v us .mlcllIn Florida In one year i BS little bird help themselves to the J treatment with copper.lul-: ,971SS '..
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they do J\t Buropo In three years. seed about as often as they are plant. .
of the mulberry phate solution. This 1s made by the_ ,SOPH1AWTTLESEN 4h
q Florida Is the den: ed Steamboat captains plying on- .
. I in*, and paradise of the silk worm. the smaller streams report e.lng'' I II use of one pound ot copper sulphate : '

The silk producing season In Florida many deer along the bank and other 1. I to four gallons of water; fifty gallons I

$ may be extended. over a period i isixto ofa I blorles aro told of the abundance of should be used to the acre. HEALTH VERYRESTORED POOR

t eight months, while In Kuroi game In the elate. + I 'The horse nettle as well as the I BY PE-RtMML

t, U only lasts as many weeks. In Chl What pUI'J.orto\' be a complete. thistles are perennials and hence I IIs It -- --
I. --
a na the mulberry IB called the golden though not official return of the results i more difficult to exterminate them. I Catarrh Twenty-five Years--- '
I tree on account of the great rename ,
I
of the late general election, except The following method of extermination -
atlon It has brought her people 1Ve Had a Bad Cough r'
aa to presidential electors and of the CtyLada thistle may be I
% can and should raise our own silk arkeep also! omitting the figures for congressman applied to this class ofweeds: Alias Sophia Kitllexen, &,1AensloaI'lll., "_ ""'
ref'' at homa more than $150.000,0 In the fc'lrtu district, nhowi. I writer: -s. ;
4 that we pay to foreign countries l'acb great Increases In the vote for the .i { "The only method treatment I la "I liave lawn troubled with catarrh for **

a ''Near for our silk democratic and l roclallKt candidates I to 'Cut down and remove all of the I nearly twentyfiveears and have trjwl '.'

't 'Tho (line ic-qulrecl to raise a "1'01'of for governor over 'ilO)(>4. while the republican f II / 'roots' as far as It ti poggfble to do sc. I many cure fur it, but obtained!'" little*

; silk or Bilk season Is from .April I vote baa hardly more than 1 I t r I r If done frequently and thoroughlYthe I help"then", mj' brother advised me to. .v; try *

ati 6 to May '14, forty cln) ", or one nluth held its own The socialists nearly; weed can be removed. If the I'ernns. an'I I .1..1.l -; ,_, ".*.

part of a year, while for a cotton I doubled<< their vote for that office over patch Is a small one, cutting off the I "My health was very poor at the tim*,;; s,'

crop forty.nine weeks. are rcqulied that of 1904., as follows Healey, 1,270; parts below the ground several inches ] began Inking! i'eruiia My throat'wsji*. :, .vvery >,
"The work U nearly all Indoor. unto and 1 I had a had (rough T .,. :f
Increase thdemocratic
Pettigrew, 2437. The in < as soon as they appear above the .c
"I'erunnhascuted me Thf c A ran to : '
light and Interesting A '
,; '" family, pleasant of five persons Including: say, official vote canvass was. more alter than these 4,000.Tbe ) ? ground several times during the season I catarrh in fion f anil m ytea Hht.....t/i I ,1.'
may will certainly destroy It. In .ntirA fmptvrrrd."I _r
it three children 10 or 15 years of age, less t fc '
t can. In blx pelts. care for a crop off figures, more or .> -vm-ou cleverest: cartoon hj Davenport, in the New York Mail Jarge patches plow the ground, harrow recommend Periinn to "all my friend, -
Tho | council haigranted who lroul l-,i I
Seabreere city either are > < aa nn
f six! ounces of silk worm eggs or and remove the thistle;
a 30.year contract for itiacklofia PERUN\ TABLETS : :G.mepeople; rWwler
i'Y' seeds. I trolley system In t1.<> fltyOoubtlnss PROSPERITY WAVE FELT IN COUNTRY'S INDUSTRIES burn the material or put into Com tablrta rather than inriliiine in a mild
Cost for eggs at $160 I per ounce. post-heaps This should be done five< form Sudi\ piniple J can obtain I'ereoaIsl.I '
this will stir the others or I
I? ( $9. A good average production I of an, that cluster of cities emulation ;. II I or six times during the season as occasion Ida. shish represent I the inflicmal In1we-! '? '
flj.lr to client of Pcrura I Each: tablet
.ounce of IH one hundred and Railroads Plan cqoal one
fc eggs: I Gigantic Improvements Costing Millions of may require nM rnRp dow. of IVnm *?;

twenty of to fresh one hundred or fprty and to flft fifty I That the Christmas atamp should Dollars---National Prosperity Association, Having "The best mode of exterminating Man-a-lln the Ideal Laxative.** ,

t pounds Y need explanation to I lie No More Work to Do Disbands. the horse nettle la to smother, the .
any peopleof M..w
pounds of dry cocoons < I Ask your DiuKiclM for a Fred Je .' .
Drv cocoons ore (horn- after I the Florida seems unlikely ; however The rrrUln return of piosj.crilj! is eloquently Indicated in \items plants This li probajly the bloat effective tuna Alniuuar for lOOt '_"
1 those part iculatly lot 01(>nte. thryslalls are Itlllc'd by boating or In the ne>vs of the past week. A mUll Mll| UeilSbailly "+J1IIlati.1'f"-
learning\ : and co< ocnn are (horoughl wish to lake this means ol From all 01 er the country have come report of the reopening of removing this' plant For this purpose man ]ui-t bc>ra\iKp he i t.. aliaI'. "

A>q clued six ounces' of eggs should |pro. I explaining til others whom they would faetoile* after ten months of cessation Uhli-iinK machinery tells of ) ('loverIs the roost suitable plant. ; '
lllMt-to. enthuse with their own ardor. the of thousand of The soil should be harrowed or cultivated Hick t ipndlne Cure Won..'. .
: "5Vf duct them as a good average: crop employment men mid women u ho lime had nothing I .
this Monthly Paina, Uarkarhe '.
that .
small stamp which the National of Nervouan.ary +
and of to do. the time :
two hundred forty pounds eo- frequentlyuntil and IInd.cha. .
It'
u ? coon. I I Red Cross oiganlzu:Ion has. Is. AMille only n short Tfhllc ago mllla. were rnimr.g on half time, eeedlnswhich may be any time during I, dlalaly I'r..l'ribed by UquHI...hy..ns Effects with imme beat;t k'+, :t

". 00<1 required for six ounces of trued for use dining this, holiday season to-day they are rushed \\'lth"ork and are giving employment to all May"- nd June. Planting to corn rwuJu JOe. 25e. and !SOc" at drug .tor' :

eggs will 1 h" about 1000 to 1200< I I has found Its wa Into Flotlda, who uppljKallioHcU'. oats Is method also used In destroying ;'
or a
s pounds0fany kind of mulb-ri ; I and the t Income from every stamp are feeling the AUdclin-liko touch of prosperity-and are Not a Safe Place. .
the horse nettle The pliant
sold here will b used In the
? campaign planning to expend million of dollars improvements. There halt '
leaves the white imilbony bring the upon seeding Old Aunt Hr-psy Carslde never $iact'/' {
before
b"st'arlet y to use At I two or three against tuberculosis throughoutthe been a loosening lap of the money market no that fund lo carry on the should be kept down seen '
a moving picture how before.-
state. The price of the :stamps time. The removal of the nettle
)pare old Miry will produce thIrty. gigantic project co-iteuipUted are to be had readily.CorieKpondcnt '
G a five to fifty ]>ounds of leaven, or, say, IB set l hy Ihe Hod Cross organization send In glowing reports of condlllonii. in all the when In( a well-advanced stage but She gazed In speechless wonder'at- "'-

\\f throe hundred twocar or I three year ; and those. authorized to sell the manufacturing central. In-Hie North vest-the South, the -Ka.t-:; before the production seed "Tai r the magic Tontrlvnnce by P'hlc B5eavt3fTenger

old trees would be necessary to pro : stamps must tiled;.> themselves that everywhere there ore sign of batter IImen.' when cut with clover or early cereals boys were made to move with... "T"

Zit : duce the 12.(HID pounds of leaves I the proceeds shall be used for no othtr One positive evidence of the Improvement in conditions. Is given ) is often resorted to, the Idea breakneck .speed barbers to sbav' P

f ,y needed Mulberry trees are properly than the aforesaid purpose The in the disbnndment of the National Prosperity Association of St. iVouis. being to kill the plant by shock. This their customers\ in less than a' tnla'O !'
stamps sell -for one penn each and Its -hairmnn E. C. Simmons, explained that now that prosperity i. I
+ ute
planted about. twelve feet apart, and! method la simply an effective meant and hravy policemen! to dasV, ,
Ihey are gotten up In sheets c7f one swiftly returning, there is no more work for the organization to do. I
-at this distance' II means three* bun of preventing the production of seed. along the street at a rate never :at4
hundred or fit I small books. similar to
odred tree to Ihe actg. So that one weed I tamed by a living specimen eitheron "
ity.q the ' "Dock which is a common ,
P acre will furnish enough I trees for his I which regular Bell at government ton cents stamp apiece books and News of a Week That ShowsEvidence everywhere along roadsides can be Qr off duty s1,'"'. '.

k crop but as they grow they lapldly contain exterminated follows.- The most It was .all real to her. She!
ulna stamps Many of tho a*
-
Increase In food furnishing capacity senseAll
d A five.year.old tree will furnish elgh bU81nessIrma of Jacksunvllle and of Better Times efficient means of destroying this I not doubt' UI' evidence of her

to hundred other cities have taken the stani>Sto weed Is to root It out byhand, and those things were taking place iT:
one pounds un
thrive ; V/asli.nglon; D. C Reports received The United States Steel
Corporation
use as a seal on the backs of their -
exactly
-l,4 this Is done very readily In the as dnplcted
eight year-old tree. one hundred and '
I by the International Brotherhood decided to I
erect
a f3.oao.ooo '
r forty to one hundred and fifty illls and statements which will be of Operative Potters during the plant at Monessen Pa., In the Mo- ipring when the soil it wet. by taking !I Presently an automobile came ..t.i ..- ,:

x p pounds and a eu'YE'ar.old tree, sent
a two hundred pounds many their of work everywhere In that industry The Schoen Steel Company of the ground, giving the root a slight directly toward the audience at th.. l'
;JI alt to the work above required la example The force at the Riverside Pottery at Plttsburg announced that it would twist and at the same time an'up- rate of at least a mile a minute.Just

added the work of two grown persons I, L.. Roberts, a prominent sugarcane Wheeling. Va.. hag been greatly take on 300 more men and spend $1- ward pull and the root will. readily j I I a. a catastrophe seemed Inevitable

for the last two weeks of feeding the : planter in Cuba, and a practical' increased. and the firm It getting orders 500.000 In Improvements. come from the soil. Where It Is I It swerved aside passed on and:dis,
worms,. and two more workers during chemist, while In Miami the other in a steady stream. The, National Tube Works, of MoKeespqrt however. It Is sometimes appeared. ,
f the last week of feeding: the be' doubled and twelve ounces of of the value of the Everglades for full force. The Klondike pottery will time. plowed or spud Is used. This xnetbd Aunt Hepsy could not stand It n.:

"hands can te handled Using six bun- cane raising He said he had Investigated have no slack time this winter Its The WestInghouseElectric Companyput ; ls not however, so efficient as the longer Hastily grasping the hand ,i'her ,'e_

'dred three-year-old trees and two ffaat matter some time ago employes; having' ail} they can do. The all Its departments on full time.. pulling method."-rLUerary Digest.. little niece she rose and,! start-

acres. of land and the returns would with some view of investing money in Sebring Pottery, at Sebring, O. has The Republic Iron and Steel Com- swiftly! for: the door. ,

I r .be.between $450 and $500. hose lands If satisfied that there had the busiest November It hat pany, Plttsbnrg., ordered every one Dustless Road.' "Come along MInervy!" she, said.' .

*. "Tt>e' only care the I trees require would be any profit In cane culture known In years, It Is expected that of its furnaces run to full capacity. Interesting are a number of experiments ""It ain't safe to stay here any longer!f. '

,el during: the year Is lot trim them and there. lie was alls Pd. after a critical the American China Company of To- Every spindle In the cotton mllls-of\ now being conducted by That thing dldn't miss me more than .. 'I+t

"t keep down the weeds but for pasture study of the soil and conditions ronto,, will operate steadily to the Mldham and New London counties the office of public roads of the two feeT! "-Youth tJ."
Companion l
R the mulberry orchard will be worth that the rfverage flve.foot depth of year's end. Conn.. has been started up. and the of .---. ,'
; more than all coat for Its care, and light muck soil In the 'glades could The Union Buffalo' Cotton Mills, of rinllls are rushed with orders. United States Department Agriculture I'> .IGlOO:0-: : ,-4'. ,

{ until the tree are several years old never compete with. the solid clay Union S. C., which is said operate Th -American Woolen Company'smills , one being the effort to build Mrs Chlnnou "Tell Marl I 'want'i -'
oils\ In looms than other textile at Conn a i dust proof road by combining the I
r some garden; truck or crop can be 6ulBlana and Cuba twenty- more any Moosup are prepar- boer i to come up and take 1r' '
X' raised in the orchard between the Ire to eighty feet In depth and fertilized corporation In the South received ing to run full time after a bad pe- heretofore little used blast furnace lown" .my .. v
v k trees. naturally, the one by the deb such a rush of orders that It will be riod in which less than. half time was slag with asphalt of tar. This endeavor -' t1'
i, ; from the obliged to run all of Its three immense wbrked. economic Importance Rose (the new mald)--"Oan"Y* The Bilk crop Is .. sure. Indeed. posits brought Rocky mountains 1* of the utmost -
i surer than almost any other crop 'It by the Mississippi, the other by plants to their fullest capacity. The Michigan Lake Superior Power because If the hoped for ,take It down to her, ma'amf.7-.Harr's ;;..

1 Is an Indoor crop and" is hoi depen- the great: amount of volcanic ash in This sets going 17,000 spindles and Company, of Chicago which suspended success Is attained unsightly moun- Bazar. :xv!f , ., ",
of the soil. Constant and heavy fertilizing 800 looms, which were idle during because of the financial conditions,
'dent on the weather and moot the talus of will soon disappearrom
-work 'Hi caring for It-ls-laclooriworksind Wc.ulcLbe _needed In the .Evertlade the summer. The' -mills.----employ 2000, started to reorganise and It Is expected slag of ready LIVING AIIVItItTISiCM01. r .L A _.:
-- citiesend a
during Ihe most pleasant season I and the.Jlght poll would neyer Fen and women.. to resume within a fewweeks.Mills :, scorer -Glow of Health Speak For rostiimv-i:!'___
-- wilt b established for vast ;.
t ear." bold the sane up against strong /he"-Tales A Jenks Machine Company of the International Paper"- market .
of-the .r.
,,' .....,. . . rinds. Several other reasons wero of Pawtucket. R. employing Company at Berlin. N. H, Idle for quantities of this material.For It requlrt no sclentlae tra'laU '
: 400 hands, began working on a flfty- three months reopened with a several the scientist Inhe .
reduced years
given: why bo decided to abandon his discover whether coffee disagrees\ oi.'t'not. ; '
h 0. ;J4J1fRDDPS'UN1fOB1IS. Irst Intention of buying Everglades flve-hour-a-week schedule The fac- force.J. . 'office of public roads, as well as *? :

lands for can raising. tory had been running on half time. D. Farrell of Seattle Wash., In many of the more progressiveStales -T '
Burnham "Machine H Simply stop It for a time ind jnse"otum
The paston representative of E. Harriman In
"Will Be' Same a* Those Worn By have been working to achieve
; The trucker of Coleman have the Company, of Pawtucket R. I., started the Pa"ific Northwest, has been called In place of It, thennote.-he

.' 1 Uftlted, State Regular Army best cabbage crop they have had In Its factory on full time after runningon to New York. Financiers and contractors two objects the utilisation of byproducts beneficial effects. The truth,will*b-. .

i 'Tallahassee Fla.-On or about.January '-' ten years and they are further advanced short time during the summer it .say_that railroad construction in road building and th"e : : _

1. t90V, the different{ organizations tau has ever been known and employs 100 men.lumbermen + work on. a scale heretofore un- development of ductless roads.' Experiments par.Six years ago I frafln a+veijbadcondition ,
> some cabbage will -be ready to ship knocvn Js about to be Inaugurated In already conducted Indicate "
of TIfton Ga., report
.4 of ,the Florida state troops are writes a Ten.Jadi.l': ".
by January 1. They will be readyto
that all the mills are booked wil.li"enou&b the Pacific Northwest. The North that ,crushed rock combined'with tar
to 'be 'supplied with the olive drab move In car lots by January 10. orders to keep them going Coast. Chicago. Milwaukee and St. or asphalt preparations, bids fair to uttered frem I dlc.'. loa,-,r nerTonaw

service uniform. General orders coverIng fleets are now ready and quite a lot full tilt for three months Some are Paul and Harriman system are the solve In a measure the dustless roadrroblem'j nose and Insomnia. UgtP"I \ : ,

the Issue of the new clothing bate been shipped and the truckers declining orders until March 1. three factor In the spending of millions , Exhaustive laboratory was then an Inveterate' eoffe

:have been Issued from the general are now getting land ready. for the tomato The. American Tobacco Company for a dominant position in Puget rlnker, but It was-long before could' .

headquarters of the news.. ;crop that will be planted In tho agreed! to take seventy-fire per cent Sound and Northwest Coast tests have Indicated that slag In com- bo persuaded that It ws coffee,thatvurt .
XThis will "be good to the ooh prlng. All of the truckers here have of the 60000.000 pounds of tobaccoof Officials of the Lackawanna Rail Inatlon wilt reparatloa. of tar ora.phaltIIIY me. Finally I decided ,\Q'lea"e-"

y M, cets and enlisted men of the troops, made corn and potatoes enough and the Burley Leaf Tobacco Society.. road announced that Improvements ; be1 made to serve as a It: off a few day and find 'not' the! "

,""I" a* the subjevt of clothing for -thetroops to spar, and come have made quite alot Toe deal involves $10,000,000. c&stlnjL $25.000.000 will be, begun substitute for crushed rock Sec- ruth. '.. i" "

p has always been a serious one of meat.A After a. shutdownofsix: months, soon. Plans have been drawn for the ions of experimental road are nowetnc The first morning I' l.ft o'coffeebad '

i tor commanding officers of the vart total of four hundred and seven the Illinois Steel Company reopened extension of the road to Chicago The constructed which will subject 1 a raging headache J"decideduuH '

i- } _. ass nnlts The new clothing will en- ducks killed within six hour Is the four of It. plants at South Chicago electrification of the*suburban.lines U the materials to actual service test. I have so .,
.. to make a much neat3 record of of the hunting work. Several' contemplated. something toJbak.\th.\ .
one parties 700 men being put to the results as satisfactory as '*
are of
If(. lac
;f er appearance when turned out for .ooaaons of the Concord club who returned to additional furnaces,.. requiring SOO f G.nerallJ'.tb. shlpm ntof'curren- preliminary conditions indicate.saa *, coffee" (The headache.*p
gold and silver to financial Institutions' ' the ca usdJ>y...the reaction I f th j ci>I"Havingheard A
J2t"w. _. _). of ceremony ensacola with their game and added .men will be blown at oneeT cy, .. ptslagtarroaw11TroaIize -.... .
V Under a recent act ot'tbe.-i .It;--to the count of game which had-ai- Prominent-railroad men, Including! In-rural-districts-begln.4sde = eepM1t :; rug-caffein ' '"

''congress, the organized militia of the ready accumulated In the club, rooms Donald O. Reid of the Rock Island, dine ....Naycmhu.ID-&e40rd the hope ot the) scientists: of Postum'through"

:: ;' --state*-4n--th.--country mast "o"bagthis"number" of'-ducks the 'and-B. Converse;qffthe Baldwin slackening of trade and the "receipt of for both the utilization of by-products a friend who used It, I bought packer\

,.comply in organization, clothing and bunting party traveled about forty Locomotive Works, and the United money.from abroad on grain and eoU and the-attalament of a dustless- road. age and'tried" It. I did not like It' at '

with the .war depart miles through Pensacola bay and State Steel CorporaUon started the ton exportation But coa ants -New: York Tribune.' ant but>> after I learned how to'mak*.

r ment's regulations governing the regular what Is known us the Narrows. Reach- organisation of a $1,000,000 corporation port'of the St. Louis reserve .It Hght. according to direction' .

,#,0a army of the United States lag a.small bayou they found ducks to manufacture steel. Most of show that the shipment to all cen Oiled Roade.S.ved Hn Io... pk., I would not change back to eot-'
the suth droves that bonds have been subscribed. The tres In the South and West are almost -
:. ", >. J. carrying out provisions of In they resembled the hay. fee for
: p this set, all states In the country are .bl.ckblroa. The hunters shot until works will\ be located'near Gary Ind. as large as last monjth. To the The oiled (roads of California anythingv'
trade and Invigorating Industry ..v.elIDDUona of dollars to the farmers "When I began to tlprPostard"'t' ,
r:4 i removing the same clothing, arms and their ammunition was exhausted, andthea Contracts were awarded by the growing : "
-. I.t::10 general equipment as Is prescribed forth started ..on the return with the Orescent Steel and Wire Company to .. li attributed the activity. and fruit growers of that fertile .lghd only in"Ibs. Now I welglff:
;
'..'t..... regular. army. bayou almost black with the game construct new plant at Mew Cor- Condition. In the whole South show 8tate vin the last few years by snpresiaing 170 and as I have not taken any,

'or.t"'" !' nerstown. Ohio. remarkable Improvement. the dust that formerlrjarosPbltndlng tale U that tins*:I can oajj>...atttlbMt
1kDEEP Mr. Beastoy. from Lexington, Kjn i Ih -cloud with the passing. mi'> recovery of. ood health ** -
) lATER FOR UNFORD. q th* t> ,
baa arrived In Orlando with a string to Dancing Masters Solve Problemot
Invention of Great Importance of *
"of and thoroughbred horses that h* of: . vehicle. Those cI eloudsr: Poetnm la place *t coff*..* t .? -,-
;
Channel, T74. On Hundred Feet will winter oa the grounds of the Orlando Irttt tads KxbJMted Im Germany. Cllngsome Drapery. potting to (adjacent lelds and orchards -. .'My.JnubJJl.' 8&1111 am a living i cI':=::,

.. W ,W /and Eight Fet Deep. ; Driving Park association. The Chal-lottenburg* tl6rma.Dy.-At; a Part*.-Women are now wearing depreciated the pries of tana. ..."u..mMt( fo tvm. 1'1' am.g4&,

,J .' ;Sanford, Pla.-People of this city I trine, comprises fourteen horses that meeting of the League of German skirts so tight that old-fashioned produce and lowered the Taints ofreal 'I to be the means of Inducing my many
'iiJf; ,+;u. the announcement have recjords either a* running horse Naval Architects. Dr. Anaehuetc- dances are Impossible, and It became estate to a startling degreeThe, lends to Use Postnm. too."'" ": ,* ..

..... :ar.'Jubllant over or In th* harness. Blx men are withthe kaempfe, of"Kiel, exhibited a compass Imperative to devise,means to meet sprinkling: of oil was tried. and the Nan given) postum'Co.:..Battle, ,
that deep water Is assured for the for them and drive without a- magnetic needle, which bas the erlsLif the present styles resulted Creek .
v I string tQ care dancing.they would east was held In cheek. Then some 'Mtch., Read'The Roacl..to.!; ..s'ead
In stopping
rrctty. The States board of *>nglneers them.D.cember'22.bas 'lust been Invented. It Is In the form "
f pnlted .whloti when suspended deprive the dancing masters of a live of!,.the' roads were plowed and tILe .Wel1v1I1'", Ja pkgs..:rhefvs; hsent
been set for the ot a gyroscope,, .
.A have given their approval to -, .... i -.
; on mixed with the earth and the
eXeertaln always adjustsitself lihood. -
In
way, : .
date of election In Bre-
La plans, for a channel" one hundred feet yard county.a'wet-or-dry There has been conldrable paravtel to the earth's.axis. They: met.ahed acd forthwith mass firmly rolled to Ii properly .. Eves: ,,Bn .mw iv: iwivrr;. y. i.-&
wide and feet deep from Sanford .
;.(' to and another jone huni opposition to the call but the The invention Is regarded of decreed that wsvltses, polka-end.all' croW'Dedlrfaee.. Splendid results new on* appears from time' to M..

;;'- r r dred fee .. .i;: ttve feet deep, from requisite number.of signatures of regitred great Importance to Ironclads, where other until dances fashion be danced gives Itb om .horter freer, followed ,Jn' -meet luuncM,-N.w They ar*c anls)<>.-tra* and,tall of 1i ., .
deflected steps a -
.voter wits obtained. the compassneedle frequently. . --_. ----- TOl'k-Tr1 .- -=... . ...,., ....*. Inter sU;"", s r .-' 'i'f-r },

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.... ' _, l., .... But I oaJlr'atteeUon. this morn : [ [ E theDallas? Newa.,a'lot .of; 'A Y'f"E'"R'" A' 'z'DRI'-'.,--...
. r:" .11' .." .. ,,.' ' . iag'not to theJnlraclea: thecaselves, .Kiltne ..11.-..... 1st. .would hat*,to.come, '"I:
'. A :rf'.8UN' ''V.eE'RMN: 'BY! buUto their cause; not to-an analysis e'TIWgjg waUr., , ,' ,,' '"
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REY 11Im CJtWI'8 "vaa .,. 1IJit' ,
their accomplishment. bnt to the .l1r ... 't' "
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JASON !
,i .f! .NOBLE-PIi RCE. of !
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.. : : YAt70"DeDa HAD BAD
U ITCHING
discernment .of that which called : ieoll..xtnr: .
.;:;.: 1'I, :. : -' -+ them forth...the compassion of Jesus.Atten '- ,- .. uft..
-Th, sweetest words la the Kaf X4mba Below I" .,i

Epbc.. TiMi/Compassion'of; ; "J.f.u.; fTp. *,fund the demanded crowd some gathered, marvelous about lisa language," mall the., St Josephgasette ,Fe? Owollea..Sleep'the Kneca "> ;r:1"; : '?fI

:' : 'Work a alp,- from: heaven H". refused ,, after'' considerable thought. .. Oared in a Day by ;;: Shavli .
'Meaner'
*" _....._.: __ .. Ire # '
..r; them 'Mea cam to.Him seeking ray Enclosed Had, cheek -/, Some' two months ago I: 1 u.
'.... .13'ooklynC'-in Puritan Con- to enlist:HI* power for-tfeir selfish )SBKMKU' break out on' ny lim\..below ,-a..a-.tl6ll., Ifs .Safety I tl

Tregatlona,! Church' Sunday-tbe pas- .,gain, but they always: departed.. WOUSK Jf VERV UAYr.r "l'lt1lFe to look like raw' *.", itaaora_tJn martelou*. ,
ttorat the:; ,Bevv*Jason Noble' Pierce; ..eld''Jan4... wlsr_ nea..;.LMothlng. '- :.._ : #'8d,1 and no"tine knows,.tow y cdt
of could tempt Him to makea. 'how.or' ,,:A Daagerou Case .( KM mei Trouble and burned. '
bed on- "The Compassion' . 'They were so .- "Shrp"Shaer25c R--- or|
us."', "Bhe 'text was from' Luke win the crowd through, tbe. :malrvel- ,and! How'It Wa*Checked., :-coold not- set my,shoes on for \ | | : Salety( : 4

: .3"And: :wb.n.the lord saw her lous.: 'But when,He saw people in Mrs. ,Lucy' Quebeck._)ft tb..lc"S ,' more.-. I used five or I t. which cites you >petter ,BLADB *VALUE than
He badcompaj.li oa.oa.lier.Ind.-said need or. In.sorrow or suffering,.when and got no help' 'only' when-. ,
._, Hop Valley. 1t1...- '.a,.: "Klghl"Tears. ; ,rasors coating 10 time the prto. The practical iM
..into ber,'weep not" Mr.-Pierce said: < dld-He ever turn tb.m'a1l'8Yf'' How ; for burning was.worse and the Is the beat because,.
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E,,"s" llan..tak.D au'my.ubiect'thislnotping'one"ot'themoggrbeautiful; quick >waa His response! 'UoW';.um- Pi., y : .ago I'Contract.n .,.Fortwo. or Um*- a*b.lb. -mine ot to finest /Etemp red by a. specialprocess _' t'
clent""Jn"power:r- .H1a'an'e.slm'wAl. ..ed"eevere'ktdn.ytrouble .Jat1 od, & M
I dllrinl that tike j and sclent lac ally-abound, sad boa"" -
> and comforting. theme In the Bible "They.that'ar. whole ba...,no- need and my back sleep aa hour at a time. Tk.a down to the- kecnost possible ed... -Ton i
.. VTh Compassion of Jesus.'f, If there of the physician. -but., they that are r'began: .to''ache;"conUnually. -. ;tog I tried a bit; 'of Cuticnra. I' .. .. .parts cent* for the best practical Rasor ever Introduce ;,
.''la a try:-one prevent'in; this.con re.'- alck.". ,'. : *., i ..' 'Everydgy .moment-- touched. ne the" t" **; and you save nlneleentwenliethsof'the"fancy
.
ttloni-wBo-haa! been-experiencing trialS .,When: the'tboltiti de penetrated thi ( ,,Jt 1 seemed fworse., .: ...one.end I have 'not felt a bit A:. .' prices- asked for :.fancy .frames end holds s

;;;;and vufferlng, or who has.been called desert whither He had con for retire-. e .The"1eaet '!pressure .:Tbe-ewcilinc went down and in > sm **> era in the The frame* SHRPSHAVRRAZOR, to be Is so set '
asi '"
to'bear burden m.nt'and ,needed.rest,.wlen H* beheld had shoe and I correctly 'angled't
u upon some grievous on my back torturedme my on we '-eult any face...We.sr 11 the .whole
you Besot
or suffer 101': J ask hUattentlon.. mu- their desire for,Hln and knew and 1 could not0 George }t. Farley, 00 South I 'I! "' ,10." so ..' to crag< a market for our blade at!,,

-ll'f'to"tb'eoa.fI'ler.Uon' o; this the 'hunger and heart alcineas that 'i stoop.without' a 'badtwinge. cord.' N. H..' May. U.'lty' *. I :Jlj j Extra: "8H1U BHAVRBladra.' .. t. for ,15c!. ''An4 i /i
:- ., 'And If there la any ODe here Impelled theni to- seek III 4.-"He was : satin flntsh. silver-plaled.toppersat y
Ifo. each
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tame The, sweetest words, In ; 7: :
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The kidney t
them 'be
.':, . 'make more sure of'God'sV moved with 'compassion: o| i
personal lot for HI Individual cbll- cause they were scatUredjabroad as' secreffons: riassed :: Irregularly with lisp; language," says the II R'w., _nil ..the RauKor'oompUt. *, extra.

:dren..let'him-dlscoter that love as It sheep having no abepherd.t pain,and lbloated b.dly.My head Qazette.; after considerable '\ BUufcav or.th.' 8troppr prepaid ,

'it';"J' revealed, lit the compassion of lib When the blind.and th demented- swam and' spots flitted before my "are 'Bncloied. find check.' "- by mall on receipt ofprlo ;;

; SOD:our Cord and Saviour; cried untQ Him. the Lori of Light eyes. On doctor said I was Incur.ble.How..er In stamps oi'O&sh.t % '
.
author otrpur and Spirit was mighty in died. When SEE.: FOUR SKIN -
.V' Briefly-"but 'clearly the"- I found,prompt relief whenI '
Gospel presents- the scene: "Senoldj the leper of Galilee knelt fore Him started using Doan's Kidney TETTBBIKB has done wonders BOOK rrrBUsmNG! BOOn:; r d
f. there was' a- dead man carried aylngr "If Thou wilt trtou. canst Pills en from __em... totter ground ta4 LXOHARD gmXT7K.T. ,-
'{:.out, lh.7" aly son ot his mother, ..nelC..a ; make m* clean. His, (art was and the troubles I"have related gradually sipelas infant sore hlaS, OU .. ctrL: e -;
other forma of akin dlseams. .[
widow-and'ranch touched. "And Jesus, mired: withcompassion disappeared. ;
people
., .was with her.1* From our put forth His hand and Sold by all dealeih50c.. a box.- ed eases of enema lu aura r 1, ft I BAMS to a. .,.
velous and tbouaanda of Btanm areas*.
'"k' Vtext,I w* know that she- was'weeping' touched him- and salth" udo him I Foater-Mllburn Co., Buffalo N. Y. mlaes. 6M. at druggists or by B** el Brie*. . iA"

'and-well aba might, for death leave ,, will: be thou clean. To be extravagant at the expense of, J. T. BHPTTaiiia. DepU a. & .
t stingo -Thiswas not the Oh the mighty love" of fesus! It I . ;
smarting
other
people Is criminal ...>.. '
F J: first! time .she bad laced death in the I met that dear mother' at tto gate of One of the penalties for c' a
".'.' 'Inner circle ot her home. She was a Naln and did for her what one In ail. Itch cured It SO) minnte by Woolford's lug your money on "
the city could do. restore her her Sagitary Lo ioo. Never fail. AtdruggUU.INHBRITBD. .
"r, .widow. ;But how.often does the losing .
it '
way you can waste in
:: . of-'one, member of the family aon. Can any of .you Imiglne the ( .
confesses the
{,. iake-}t any easier to part with anther wohder and joy 'tingpealible thatcam. -yew York .l' :
", ; especially when it i* an only to her' when Jesus 'delivered Myer-"Ever notice that dilapidatedold flicks? Oapndlne, Cure ri '
.
,
sonVa'yonng man, and probably the him to her? umbrella Jones carries Whether from Cold heat ,?
'? '.fcna' Ksupport and stay of his wld- One. of the striking characteristics Oyer-"Yes. It Is evidently one lental Strain No Acctiall/d "I l ?

-, lf>weNBOtherT Circumstances seemed of the compassion of Jesus rite in- of the shades of his aDe..ton.-Cbl. drup. It's Uquid. ffcta: t
'r to'conspire to make the occasion full cluslveness. It knows no b ndl. It cago News. 100.. 250.. and Wo., at drug _... ains .: .i
for her and the goes out to the multitude to the
..:t of greater arrow as .
Individual', to the stranger s freely The elevator originated . m
Lii procession losses through tbe city for Children .
}[,..Wine10w' Soothing Syrup -
gat* and tufts toward the turylng: aa to the friend. to the Jew d to the' teething,.oft n.the au.....reduce mflamma- Europe. The earliest
.-'J/ ground the burning tears course His heart went on for the tion.alav|\| .clirawind cohc.26c: a bottle elevator is made In a I ,
i down her cheeks and she sees naught, city and He wept over It nd His poleon I addressed to his ."

1I l', feels naught, knows naught but the heart "went out to the lone >man In -From the big stump In the matrimonial Archduchess Maria Loulso. "
grief that. In her heart. need of a Saviour. The one ssentlalGentile. market- appears that a good \ ,d

c 4.'I." Ot all the helpless ones In Israel was that there exist a grief urden. many young women refused to wed 1a.u."s' ,

f \' the,'passing out of the gate was most a sorrow and immediately Is help during leap year for fear that they ,'-"

'. helpless. And that was the very hour was forthcoming. Where lie sick will be suspected of having done the 1.
: the mightiest one in all Israel drew were gathered by their frnds, or d +
j. !
A -nigh. to the city. Weakness and among the porches by the p 1 where proposing Bays 'the Washington Post. ... r+ +

' ; 'human need anddivine the impotent lay there wasfesus to DEATH TO RIWOWQJplf... k i"I.

,:t-telPI) these are never far separated bless. No custom del.yed'lm' no "Everywhere I go I speak for T.TT_*K', .
?i But will the divine grace become op- fear for life nor vrearineslot. the because It oared mo of ringworm In Its j i
't: eratlteT Will the Saviour act? I flesh restrained Him, but flely He worst form. My whole chest. from neck to ; ;
when the Lord saw her He bad nlnlsloredunto all who call upon waist was raw a* b..f.. ; but TCTTBKKCK cured i I
'\0. :compassion on her and laid unto her, : HIm. me. It alao cured a bad caae of plli>..." So'ajm St ,,)f
M... M. Jones of 28 TaonehlH
Another characteristic Jesus'| F. Bt., j iWeep not. And" He came and touched '
"
la Us attitude towd evil.\ tMttiburg. Pa. TBTTUIIIK, the great skin I Iremedy .:
compassion
him
the bier an they thatbear
; li i I
sold sent mall
by druggists or by
:, .. stood still. And He said Young man, He does not tell the blind tin thatIt
i for 60o. Write J. T. UBCrraiiiB, Dept. A. I e rfff' r.\ 1
,./ I say unto thee arise. And he that la beat for him to remain b d. nor Savannah Ua. \, \:...
was dead sat up and began to speak does He point out to the, le r that + }
i -'And- Hedelivered him unto his here are compensating bless) ;s that It seems from current ne-we, to tho Vii: "'I

-meth.t- ----. --- -- --- -- throughhis .afflptlon. Jus ac-s. Philadetphia Ledt.htt the easiest ..!,if

.," r.. .. Halleluiah! What a Saviour! tlon la rather to strike at the II 1 that way to induce people of a certain .. .. .....
,t, _'[ If the Issue could be avoided I I. responsible for their cond on. I mental bent to make fools of themselves "r ,

;., .r would''gladly pass over a discussionof dare say that He could bav lilted Is to "dare"- them. Under such Liniment is the best remedy for- sltf )
:' the miracle Involved In this lesson. the widow of Nain and thr h His i 'sprai ;:.

But how can IT If I assume that you revelation of the heavenly hie and stimulus they do not pause at matrimony ..>-. =.? t.
Father' love He could hi lightened 'suicide. .' This woman lays
the
all the miracles ascribed to qr .
Jesus accept make a false assumption for her heart of much of luorrow. women should not fall' quiets the pain at once, and can be applied to the 1 1 ;

But His way was that of tbeloat incisive To Drive Ot Malaria aDd Unnd TJi Lydia: E. Pinkliam's without because it
conversation
f know from personal hurting jdpesnt need ,Yi
.r part ; ___ ,
the of her the Compound as .
action against cau System Bhejlld.Mrs.
++ that some of you have questionings _ _' -Tubbecr-all Tiave Jo \
-and-uncertainties Inyour minds. If grief. -A llctloa-..ttd.orrowpain 'hie fhi Old BtuxUrdf- (BOTVB Ti arwLase .A..Cfregory;of 2355 ; you to Js to lay. it on + .

I could separate the question>of Jesus' are not regarded by Jesus ailvlaely CMIU.TOHIO. You !knew what you! St;., Denver OoL writes It is a powerful preparation and penetrates 1-
compassion from His miracles 1 sent nor to be unnecessarl borne. are t&klog. The formula in ..sado Pinkham

ty P -sJ.J might do ltl,t. But how can ITif He opposed of His them.teachings He tbw d life the aiDe ivery bottle In, allowing a: taataleas. it ia form simply and O the.laadlrun "1 was practically: an relieves the any inflammation and congestion, - .r-

if f Bterywher in the Gospels where weight Boat .._at fora. For grawa people years, on account of female swelling. _ -
;.-ivJesus'- compassion Is referred to It is against everything that tendto pro aajdolilldjran.50a.HOPK. .. I underwent An operation
i \ In with some miracle. Ills duce them. He set a price I value
connection doctor's advice but in a few .
f.,!l wa not an inactive compassion. HA not only upon human life t upon LEFT. was. worse than before. A ; ',' l' ..

r. did not do a* so many of us do allow the liberty that life was to eiy. and Prospective Belt Man-Got the wised Lydia B. Pinkham'a. T Sloan's .. i. (",.a -'. 0 '.
bound and warfed ... ;; .. .
that
He our sympathy to tent itself in emptyair. everything marriage license yet Compound and it restored me .::_.#",r. "s: .
end.
., .His great heart made demand that liberty He fought unto e Prospective ,Drldgegroom; Tm health such aa I bat mot i .yrt

upon a great-power, and the sight of Ob what a Judgment upon t country not going to get that untn the last many years. Any woman s fi a. : '
Him exert Himself where human lifers: Id *ocheaplywhere Liniineitt [
made
,P 1 sorrow ever men perish thousands thing. She may go back ort me.- I did with.lIackache., : : ?
for Its relief. Four time Aye 8t. Tribune. pain and periodic .. .
'the railroads ailn the Chicago ; ; '
Matthew and four time doe, St.TJark upon' to nee Lydia E. Pfakham'a .:
r- !
mines; where grinding indui al life .. -5
to Jesus' -
refer directly compassion Compound. ,
f- It "1OO Reward $.00.
the is
M' ,"' and upon each occasion do w* sweepspinching poverty an excellent antiseptic and genii H *i
J The readers of wiU be Uocd to
and tbiapsper .
St. homes,where selfishness jasuro FACTS FOR SICK
a find Him working a miracle. killer heals burns woufids and
.'p disease and Buffering t pread learn that there Is at least one dreaded die- cuts, If r
directly concerning the allow For thirty Lydia '
; Luke speak aa* that ecience baa been able to cure i I. all years
r,4rt compassion 'of oar Lord only. once far and, wide- with ravaglnband! IIutallfttaad tbatlstarrb.. Halls lartb ham's Vegetable om contusions, and will draw the poison 4

j and that la in. our text. The subject Jeans fought this misery s gave Cure I* the only positive cure now know to from roots and herbs, has from sting of poisonous insects.
\\rr. < demand our attentiou.t .-* Himself unstintedly. to nub n the I the medical fraternity Catarrh betas a coodilution standard remedy for :"
There some men who are notgreatly lives of men. I I *!! dtaMM.reqifSreB eonatitutlonaltreatment. : l
troubled are concerning the mlraoi And now. la approaching final I Haifa letatrbllrreiet.keoint.r.' and has positively cured > Price, OS** 50c, and $tXMX a *i
" 1' I a.1I1.etln.-diNcllyuPOII the blood and ranM who have been
of this them is"Important women trou
them all la ..n.oi.t.of consideration '
1 s. They sweep or >tw urfacea of the eyBlIm.thereby dtroy 1 Dr.Earl S.Sloan BottQe Mats US.A..
: their theological acceptance that"we bear in n 1 the Ing the feundatioo of'b.di weand sHving, displacements, InflA.mmatio -" +
+with'no.-hard thinking or- penetrat steps thus far taken for they ve an: tbs,pedant atrensth by building the conlUtoUon tion, fibroid ,tumors, t/s.tikesfree1.ry..eq..anrasdpikr7swtfr.a,' 4t '
t. .- Ing '.vision. Their theological house Immediate bearing; upon VI Is to' I and su...U.. nature in doss Hsa periodic pains, backache, C
j follow Wla have seen that e.wu ork. ''Ion.proprietors have BO murh faith Ing-down feeling flatulency : !
cheap-ly : In fullest sympathy with all c.rI I Ia l its earatfre siewersthat they offer OneUnodred ,
h burden and that all a found. I Dollar for any ease that H faJIs torarau4ien4 tion,dizziness ornervous I AN. EXAMPI; '
tied a
;. mot seedItstray:: ..terse over- a*foundation-;trd T *-way-4" f approach-to-Him at i imtbesecond'placgfl .- I ..for iiai" .f teatltiweiaUr-AAreB. { Wbydon't-you,, ry' it fan :rOICbeJl.t.JJL1h t9i'., -
.-r. .OncitBT, Oo.ToMo U
we'b beenthat ; $;,,Flnkhara Invites r* .
-- butwhenth testeemes"how ill ofI.: Noll by i ranlsl.. TIIfi. . ; ..
Th*.rain descends and the floods tome He waa In such accord h HI Take flail' P.miltPifl for cnn.lip.tJo.] women to write her>for "Wacl,' If r barber la ""' ....._;:>
andtlhewluds'blow and beat'upon Father In'heaven that the ihtleetof ; She bag "arulded 'of thre-a 1IU1\ ,;

,:'tkvt hous: *;..and It.fallaI'; an great:.is .worka were possible unto i and ..-JVleard' Burbank, -California! declare health.'- titres, Lynn, ... ..,/ .":>- ._.11&-1, ,
tbIalI .t it." .'- ....., .., were accomplished through mjto' that 'It I* quite withjaxherange / {

One Of tile safeguardsof the'CI ch relieve.human sorrow And have ,of possibility that Massaohuretts "-;>\

: :the It traced "of
knew no bounds/that:
-wlthln.lt tea
women ;; who co .
,;,3 IDa groves, a* before long he will .
tlnultltnde .
hearts tile lndl"'dua1.a".l1 a* WINONA. M'HN..OTA.' .Itc
not only their Lordand but' sir mlQd that it left no wlwhom. have..perfected a.spedes of hardy but wsh.. 1.":' .,..i..al ..altrte... Nan_..... .._1_.'.....\..... '
one .
'.. unto: the, w 0 meditateupon ,-' Ea/r.a. lJ ......TNUI .._....._.. r... Sato al.--
., \3 Him In the night watches.*,;;:And I He-came In contact-onUtdda. affectlon luscious platntala'that will come toperted' t Condo:'".,.",- W&n1d .Ed : .
..;t'And .. ,. .. havtnsld- "' rY fCDUftO'.'
o all such comes sooner or later the fruition a\nywher In.. New d* .. e..e..eo .. +.. .
Himself O.Ip.BEST.PRorosITroN / -
<
miracles' ered the fact that Jesus oppo &: ;
-F" u"Uo1L'ofthe' We wr- .n.land. vESt '
In-whatever. for* was a 0=:_ AGENTSplmtlefcltcmhgpHU.ii6rstRlfeu "
.tl..wJtI1the... mlr.c1..we': pray-oter to evil _. .
-th.m >w* com! ::to"'some'rooncluslott. found and regarded pain a afflux '" 4 ,
).
concerning'them and out -caael .lons.i tlon'e,1 enemies to .b e trodd- inder: : .: d '! ... all--

are not always allk. M> ' :' ,if.' V 'rbeen 1"; 'bPoison Eczema'; Bone Pains '" :'
foot.Dear frfendsv while wv 'h w. S. maw sad arts wr,.
: :"Tbers.areuomsybodllerlm/nat.: 'B .B .8" .. B. n. (_.Ie Bloat]f.lm, V the only A.d.... .. he ..I.. ; r. =:: wrt
hat tallty ti.y
,damong the they can. talking about Jesus we ? tJi. blood aDd Ibe"puAg. :explain through. understood laps they. been talking about our< renly w., A .ooriaeeBona.Jol.tknedwk.rev.M' di.ra..R.i.ested. '" U.18 wa.U _.MY..... their.......as _.., t
,accept;'.th.* rest'tb.-\. hOl4".In ,abeyance. Father. 'Vbll.we hat bee nalderlnar .. .. 'e .' Uleer.Pimples:: .Irephea .r.. .._1ed..4_-.,..il1. ..4 Doh... of K..I1I11.letel.ebaD .fGI aaaweargw. th.aMho..... ? r?,
.ee..et.w IInx. se de. B, B. .. body .. ....
Some of the 1I10.t'con.ecrated the compassion ot ->.> wti' '. :I' is1 10M.tw1rrr tke 't'! '
.
; : ; 'f1. /:0.: dUS0I1.If11'1111r the akin the*"" hue of peneei nraiui. it B. B. eur.. r..r: .. 'J
.
.... .
., ,
and followers the Matter u( ,hat been !discussing the lot compassion fares Th."gh We. LIBI-I( 1 wo.&o'4' Jr)'JL.-*,.*. J"r fcoMI* .| all Wra r 8_ with J80 \

r loyal;. .. disciples.- ;iII! > "J>, of. God. 'The form< i thai for..om.eu..PL.IC..aEJllbFwrtt1..IILOUD.... CO*At ult. w.'F 1>A- .w.zi D..rL ......... ;,.,=' .=... .;.;
. 'And.there-E' .t oau..t.O.JU..te.r perfectimanlfestation-of'th' tier : : Zzz&. :, ': w wse -;:,( ; - ...".
.r thiQu i1 esusr-j were All that baa-been- said ot Jei eons-- :pvNj'r:1fTA:1LEDYESabso : : -nB_. fca SA-arir ::' :'.) ten
\; .'7i any-mighty. ''work. :'1..m ottbi/ paaalon I .now assert to be e otTfTbeTA : ;.i:0.to ut .i a > >. ...

d.':::..Yhl. cloe..',Dot_JDel1D. that:..i' pod .::1 't.. .n any tnm i ; ............,...,............tItaa'. ...,. tiA. .. 0'. ion parkas. _..... aU........ n.-47. III -..'..-........,.... !' xkOT !n.v.. TIM : _.r"'''' atomr .sey..w(s esy,le say... a
bidden w. 4v. ...... .. .w....8OtIGL.U. 117,. .. .. ...., ...... ,
give 'unqualified.approval to,all thai with a burden, a heavy eorro .,.y eeraet .h.I1"- wgamor fr beo 1.uJW. to ",. BWee .a4 Biz Q u4< 1' ,.On aux liltUU (a/., CI...'.MT.llllBVta. e,1 ",

''A ,JesuaWas said to have .do./Hil Is grief,.let me tell* you thr u do' ," ". " .;".4" "'"'' .T_...; :J M00" -
'tb. only Inatanee'on record 1f.1t'1. not bear :-It alone It m hat '
: ,
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itso 1 ,' & all.that.was ..Id.o MlmlstrneJ seamed,of ttlmes tbat the Fa had .... : !' '1, slot It does mean that through forgottsa'ybu or had overlo< you l' 'We ..., t w at II .. -k ;
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Him: d*<; . the hour has bat .. o .
; .mind: )doe-notyet;understand. '*" .It ment that '
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,Urn He has bOlt ";Hidssand,: 1"1.q "'a ... "
;does'not mean that Jesus did these ,I. .the '
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r. .pleht1. wbrks lu His own strength near.. H* baa always kept th iy ot ,Wool, q i l -- L : 'dare.1 sIoeaday.I eireets a permanent n..tu-..C1IN... ( :,
;lJnd.of His own knowledge,. VI can approach open which Is m than r.ath r.Tan....._ ,ciftiaCII..bl..Ia1rU.: l
; ,k Many people crowd th.u :get into skoa
'Pof.mine. ,self dd npthing.T. Heijsald we can sir for o4rselT.es: iftent G.Yrt..hYd..R.o.M.IArd( ) .r l ? I -Writ*dwK M.8>**a'B' ....... w
.:;."buLthslFatberthat, .when 1Ir "'f' -heard- llaoou.- .-wM G1a.r;r.- -We .a'........- -he an attempt to make their feet-flt mil anaeL'pootcbokeyuurfectinhatwayiw.erSKhEEUERS. f..aaM.t Mea AU N&_. '"';".

In Me;;He death'the-works.4 heart Inclined not'Hls voice encallings"Come ..a.LW... 11'6-0- ...8"" SaLoooiniIa'.I :.: :
(And;.the numberof thinking 'men : unto Me. all that, r4.htswttas.. .... They fit your feet- L.ookfor th.labet,and, If you don't HEta ,,V nNet to, .star tlO' .y Q.
and heavy laden a will J ----.w.-. ... r.+. .. IAllltl S !lt;;
:nK t .ho..lI./ldatal..b.U.f.1I/ faat Increas labor are ;:. .. II'Sndthaeaho.sreadilywTWthemiker*A ..... . ,
.. 1. fagrnot through an-Increase of faith give you ra-at' l: .nr Bark Ita L.-... W.. i.e w..&iy for'directions how to secure them. "'.erw' WOMENIN._. __ I' ".- .,

..;,. 1 by.Itselfbut, through Increase of (.o'NOT'h.a.le'overlooked No ,: ..'....s..W.Ilet.hN.sas, ,:y I _. as. lied iw he.k,....II.aIW--.";. r>,J..
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, beyond tnV'reach of over FRED.. F.-nELD:CO )red onMasg 4 6utCulU4co.190IV.a2dt5lwF.atyyh. .,,
.,:' :'experience.; .Th*.me tapbyalcal.world "ana. 4, / I. Sattal A Sons, j ,
lllQ tnt
; i .. ,{. yielding niv-her secret one by one, It'may' bate-been long ago yew tn g. sjaHMt.(.!:'-"_ LOUKVUXC.+} ; t. }':f!' a (At.41V01)t. ' .' -, "
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end
from Him aytfesi4hatou ..
aside *
-an 1."e are. discovering that there.I; turned ,. . .
t are 'Indeed .. nger ; ..
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andthe
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unseen'of which! ourlfather onlyeamed. '
Miracles are dally taking not .ear(-Ht.,-compassion '.la oubQuD.1. \ tO A: k rJBhs ,b; ..ree ,' : : M :Causes Loss of. Appetit 1 '1t2'

_' ace through human; agency _PeT."h .'',:..::+" _, ; 4r\ .' .JZI ol ( fl. .

i sratingwitk: the.Jaws.ot Qod.: ,And itIfbecsusetWeT I "< ,',, :f/o' } ;J.h.: : d.stan"d rASi' L4 't th":'! ""
Q Vn'' : _J CintlrONIc2 Wres Malaria
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'vr the Inter-relatlonr ,system.: ,Yon know what ortftakin -'The formula is bottletshowW If'jia 1
-understand. plalnlr printed
'. 1" 'roreer.aUI1' ::':".amazisg coaeequence 4. YOri'lerift4t7eipecC: ver D'spec : ; x [ simply Quinine and Iron in a tast'elcaa. end thetnost effectual lortn..;cTFor'addlta and children; '50c.: ; .
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KlMIMMnK,:; Ft,'*..Dee:"%'1008,> -, .
;TtaB Council met .In regular! session. '
there. being/ prevent T.. W. Rill, president --- -J--
; C..U' Bandy. H. M. Ffann,'W.jr ,,White, /, : .' '. "
) Beare,' an d'1. R. Gilbert, clerk.Tlie .' Lace { ,. ": "
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minute of the last meeting were Dress i VJ

f- ,, 'ra. ."Reports d l and approved of. .ufllcert went, examined ,.... Pair : {, ; : < iHTIkT'
and dings COAST L LINE
approved .,- N
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a : :
billi
The
following
-V ordered It were' approvefind . "- Picture ; :' 1 ;! ;, ; :}:' \
paid, bow ;
4 _, a :*r M Murphy.r '.., . l 00 ,""' l :: ,/
sic
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.PCHodimMTaimanh !, Fancy
IfU .*.. It no '-' ; 3"--;
Hade** cost f- Best ' .. J
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P O Hods**. foBdlns-prboiMm. W VO4eRoMno : ; .
..MttrMiur.r .' W IH Tinware i ::2i39, :;.:
I tot E L plot- .. 141' 00 vF\ / ,
s..u "
JMOltlMrt.Mlai'eUrk.' .-,- .......... 16 00 c lw ul The ) :'

WBMi .MI..a"-n... .,or"......t..... j 00 -
IJM&KA 0.Bandv.Mla I ..kl nial> 100T

* *",L ? . or W! w B una.MakTiuonnntaouiwln MI..Unnan.,( >om. -..........*..... .1000 I WV t () ,, D. C- and. Return 1 -;:
J H Stewart! polio duty- .. .. Ill 111 ; ;, .. ,
minute .. .-.. ; .
W B Hani printlnr n: Paint and Paper ... ,. .
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M M W.nn. \tarr. aUwmaa : i .
i- a Marttnt-vuardlnKprteomn.- . IT 8r1 \ It
B d"; \1Vll frank_'_.. ... -.. .,.. .-......;r* --y-e;; -- 1mproveandprotect'ourheuse. : '

t TYRIv.rs Pba"anadJaIt., rill"to priooiMT.. .... ...., ..., tl t 0xitmt1 000ce0Ia < ,. '1 will be pleased to br nit my.lOOT TGB: U ij I ti-Su.e-l), cember5-6i-7-atid-,8.. ; _ "
i > KlMlnimMi&rii* (;0.nMdiolM. . 70 sample books to your bous'and $ I i S "
-' <** J R QUbMt tlckvt for prtaotwr and tr.ltAt. makaltl'.ujIjIeatlO'Dlla; ; the latest; I ; leave Washington '
.., aboclul .. ; ......... # decorations that, may' de.I....' ,, ::returniiiiz .
you ,
XlMlmmM T Tlphon' Co, phon.
,riot I ,
BJJK1- month....". ; t (W Drop me a card end.l: will cheer.',, : : Midnight :December ""'
VjHP '.A NMm.r.r.__b.id.fund...,. .MOO furnish on : : .16. :
fully pslimates' paper. .
o .... ....." .
H.lm.Hdw(: IItInlt&lY. ..._ 611 =
":! kWlmmrlamb.rto. lumber fur ......... 3444aJ :and paintingif .1'< a, : r .i-ls]! -- --- ; \...'

IMA.WIII,nl"'..work.......Ir..twea on hrWn#,. .'re"r,1 ,ti",.u..'-'J 181 . .J'u > ; the'-Information. ,ca- on Ticket.Agent or
.... Bri. eo EORIJEA.BA1EIORLANDO. \t' .
nkWIIIamti.awtwaek. .... .-.....' .' { : ''io I
pya
i r ifiP' : 11 roo ; J. U';
kff} W.tor.ca.--Oro, md...forKLP.!:. COaoth .. : KIHKLAND[ 1>lv. Pas......\ irt., !
BUGHdwVG.mdIorELP ., -.-... ,,11ft Tampa, Florida. "j
fTorida rrandry... ; plpa ftt.t.1t1jr-' ---' an ,
,"-' { Ctri.0o4mat.rlalfor6Lr... 114844XI av FLQIUDA: 1 : i ... .:..: :,
..Immsa L.imbue L'o. I0.ad..Ib. for 1
.. VU : ArdSrArrHarlicrik,.Ar acaar .... '
... 1210/ > -icoib.alkaegHt
7ajt'olaattr.ihit.rRLP..d. .''' \ : .
,..,,. tart .
J B CUh.rt.sits a* eollsctor K:L, P."..,, IW DO A Dangerous Mistake.
Harry a-. palnttn mokMtack SO W I
8 B Gardner. lactallaUOn :: .. 't 00CJU.alrv.Mlarvaeav .
._..{t :. -....j./ !,, G Communication from M.Tiller/ askIng Kiestlraiqee. e.* Should Not
the council allow him to renew the Neglect, Kidney Weakness : } RIES
amount of'' insurance carried by' him Children. }

7 on the electric light; plant, the same Most children have weak kidneys.: ,
expiring the Sftth day of December. The earliest warning Is twd-wetling.
'we''So
., '1U 8. The above request was grantedand Later comes backache, headache,
the clerk.w &Jnut:UCt d to notify languor. .
1 other agents to. renew, policies to,same 'TIs a mistake to neglect: these trot

amounts. as .afpor..loned.. them .last ,,4>leg, :
yearrMr.-" ,, To' blame the child for its own distress. ; Everything Necessar for #
; )' .
Starling met with the council, .
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asking that be be allowed to lay apipe Seek to cure the kidneys %

across Broadway connecting Save thechild from deadly kldneIIIDoun'.Kidney making Fruit Cake. "
'H. Fleming's buildings with the tank

at; the bank building, same to be used Pills cure sick kid HIGH
; as a water supoly. Said request was neys.Klsslmmee. F'
granted. provided the work of laying '
v ..' aid pipe be under the supervision of parents recommend them Fl0
o, the street'committee and Mrs. Sarah K. Rexford.. living i in CSC
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"' 'y ,'subject to the will of aid committee. the western- part of Ktsslmmee, Fla., COJ
;The street committee was instructed sate; "Our little daughter, aged; seven : ;,
w t to .make an estimate on the coaL of suffered froln kidney weakness for ?V 3FeP-Vas'H''vr'V 'V 4r
c'w--w'
+." puttingsewer 'lothedltchnext the four years. She seemed lo have no wnv
to .
.. .
,
control over the"actlon"
the kldnev
bank '' '
: and lo-report on same at the
4 ,1next.,, regular meeting.The secretions, this being eBpectallv bothersome All KI <>OCOOOOC>O<>OCIO<> '' .
following con.niiiulcat.lon\ att night.We consulted doctors .
? w preceived I
o; from the! secretary and I reaH' regarding tier ease and tried remedies ) A. CRANFORD 8. U LUPPER.
Urer Of the Kisslramee concert band: butaothiog brought satisfactory -.- 0 Viev-Prasldent. eeNtarr.i.:
'. KISSIMMEK.<' ., Deo. 1. 1908 results. Recently we learned of
To the Honorable Members of\heClty Doan's Kidney Pills' d procured' a .
Council of.the City. of ICIsilmmee box from the Klsslmmee Drug Co. I
,
-,Fla.l', gave them to the! child as directed and J.; J. [ LUMBER
Dear Sir: they. brought the relief for which we CO.

The members of the band twentyrf bad so long sought. Our daughter ,
>re In u 1Iber. receotlv oi-ganly.Bd now' .has no trouble from her kidneyswhatever
r beret appreciating. full well t Ihe hard- bnt .." aie Kotug to Imvo. hopcontinue -
strips: ..od Inooaveolelloel'wrought. oft the 'use of Doan's Kidney

y and collectively' by the recent set. reehit.rethathavealreadv 'he beneficial '
'backs, such as panics, har.d times, been received. yrt.
drobght, excessive rain., eto,, do nev- from the use of this remedy." s
.. .erUivloss petition your honorable body For sale by all dealers. Price 60 r. I -
i that jrou will\ appropriate for the cents. Foster-MIIburo Co., Uultalo, : ,
support
x ' of the said band a liberal sum of New York:, sole agents for the United
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i money to be paid over to their- r aa.4urer.tMr..J t.aLeiJr Livery
r -Ar Niemeyer, and by so Remember the name-Doan's-and ; ,"t'1,

doing will enable the city of Kissim- take_, no. ether.. .. .....,. '. A :
f' mee to have what all towns of equal ---- --- i W ( SPECIALTY :'
size and --I : '
nanr smaller
have. a local- l MASTER'S? I. +
band of musicians, and when the oocaslon g 'Evorytliiug ( oeloettxhocttxotlofloeaaoeaettx>o toctgf / ,

requires It will ,not,,be neces Under and by'virtue of a decrw of Forackiaora Render .
t ' nary,, to send out..of town obtain the and Sato, laauad out of and under the aea.1 lot the ) ( _- T. .
D e.ary..mul Ac ?_ Qjroult'abrt.fths 7th Judlcjal Circuit of the ,' '-'41Mti'AlhHlti y'''''''''' .' l.
We are fully aware that two1 other Blab ot Fro&. In and for OnceoU" County daUd i :
.' attempts. have formerly been made in' December 2nd. 1Bt., In Ch.n.,...,.'aittinc.; wharalnVlr Y-) : :; i ;
-this same direction but., we-feel confi lnl A..,11......... fama tola ta Complainant a AT BEAM: AN: South !
dent
that the
present membership will 1 and Chrlatian Sullivan.s f na ttoI .$,::1.1.flulllvan, StableSU1
t be
r associated together, more nerma- InM,.3ulllvan and Jamoi Sullivan: infantiit-ara
peptly' than the other. bodies
) as almost DafandanU. I will aell at public outcry to the I
.. . ... _
an toe members nave all their interest mrnan- ana err, ldde, lorcaan,on ina-tta tuy n. -W.., -A'Nn A.M. '.n. .
f v centered permanently in KUsimJnee of Januarr A. P. tOOfc the ......belhaT the ant < -IUt'uc..ur.
j .
aod' .
qulte- .
-agoodly.proportion Monday la said month and lacal sale dav. wjthin \ % .
;: __ dins.The . .... r
the la ral hours of ba/ora the Curt' Houaa InKtealtmnao
members of this present band B WAD-WAV
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'lave already' Oltjr.' aald Oacaola'Countr.' Florida t.ha.J and BOARDING
expended less
t no than following daaoribad land bins and being situated ,
.
2so. In all la the .
purchase. their instrumeot
*& ** In aaid county and State, and daaeribad as.101-
and we feel sure 'that you Iowa ..._ ..... .oa
wilt wish to-wlti _._._....._ _eetee t J
t C- to see us assured of the Tha Northwaat quarter. of the Northwaat quar- haae eso___

w : sea means. of maintenance, until such time taroBactlon W. In Uwnahlp 211,South of a....* CHASE &. CO.. with New Stock and Vehioles slid
w
can dispensefwltbthe services ofjn /80 1 Bart.'' all ,,
Instructor, who has toba I brought: -,Said land ;baln*iIOlcI.....:......' prop.rtr'of,.aaid We will have '' ; demands with Perfect Satis:'
: from Orlando at great; expense, and DafandanU to reify the note and mortcar bid assortment of ; : 'S, .1 ;
2 .
&thl Wilt probably l take' from: 'six '.to br tha raid-""' .tocalhw with the. sat. .. tie. Our tree _
ip UP e ( Mori ? ', of suit !...... af MIa cash.Liraepeet.ibi6t.ra. '1 Sour Orange ro
ib 4 fkW. estimate that it will be : ..A. ' B.L LK3LBY.._ All budded '' HAULING
"''neoeasarj-for ustohsvesubscribed ; Clianaafy ._nanjeZ.Our::: \_ .sP.EOlAiry::: .,4.-L':
f ;" ,,: the tarn //of 92&0 and +W.. do hot t con- P A VANS AONCW none and our' .
i. "'
,.?., 'alder It unreasonable toi;lmk.that the 'Complalnant'a: '.Bolialtor.' 141008 can "- .
-- 'ClI""OOII8CI'Y811' (as your honorable -. , r fasBou.- : .....
M body) and Individually' ?shall '..ubI' .&'I'8atelt ,-
t .scribe a it'oeral amount to our fund Notice of Attachment.: vla root from the '
and respectfully pray that this petition tb Circuit,.Court of'tha Kmath Judicial Or- ''dnolng the best EM'EN r.1:
receive your most favorable. con. suit ell'JorkIa., far tile County Oaoaola-Attaehnwit. -
deration and action.' >Wt B.HaklnjMm V*. W.Raaaa Pan Write. for Prices to'J .,
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p' _4 Your truly k.r ..' la '
'. -very ; 'series : announdinif tc our' friend and'o .
r: f J. _WrPRENTlS_ !: 'f. Te wi 1Iea'a Park-....to all....... tetaraatadtToqar --"-. .. ., '. we here ,; the ;,
)E.f Ai NtEMBVKB.: : ''Prealdeot: ....... ....... that the alwra-Bamad : <
I w " ''Secretary.- * w......... IaatltaWIe aaU aourk.and. rou araraquiradtoaapaarinaaid MERCHANDISE
,. After reading ihe. above oommunl- woaa aaor bafora tha4th4aref - X. .
cation and considering' the same, on ha ui. 1W.otharwita. .Jaa .ant by ...OD'the'lite of the old Foghorn postojnc;
motion duly seconded the' council d.f..lt.1n ba _........"'"* ron and the aaa ; 'Is all fresh and will be ;
( = ,agreed that card found,up to date, Mry
I a subscription of 129 be arparts ea to tM au.ew pra.wtr \ ) "
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"'4l"-'' ;' tendered the treasurer the band and WHaaaaav hand.. the suet et tba aaid snort "OCEAN BT. We propose to do a general b.........bust-* -
... 'i1, Ahe clerk was authorized to draw warrant ,atth.oo rthonaalnriiriMi.... Oaoaola ouaty. 22 ,",,, .',, ;, > 'In' exchange! for (roods, at their full market t
'r. \," for said amount, ' ' Florida this 7tfc day of Octobar. A.D.t 8S.S .. ; \ "U ,:poultry and all'"countryroduce

..-: "I -.J}There being no further,, business the ( .*...] . (s.I. LESLKT;. i service* of M..'T. N. ,;
,:' .' "* -v / k'ARR'as manager,
"JPoounoU| adlourned-to meet lo regular S Clark Ctronll wart ,
c'f. " ....Io : Tue.dayJsnuary1909Eatt : _ OaeaoU County Florida. : the.tors.at all times ready to serve yqu.AN ...
'-'+t; -7 o'clooTprm. '-_, .. BrAKTHURB.DbNBQAN.IXC.
'. '. y T., W 0<_ 'a. F.EJOBBS..Attoraay lerl'lala.' .... :
':;::---xr'TT:1 ;;GIL8ERT= ,= ;.PPet'tk : ;' ; / = Grocer

.' "' .' . Clerk.AN' ;; ; "I?' ''''Notfce of Fi&Diao 'sari ; : : : .; : Co

t. I MoUcalaharabrslran *a ail whom It mar sea ,,.., ; \ ".
.. 'DR LESLIEW'WEEAUN: oar*thai..._.....after.... I will ....... M P.A. P.' ASS '
; ,. r..Case.,.....fill p.nala Coontr.at hUoaVata .' ; ; PROPRtETOrlS.FertiJizers ry
: fwahamM O!;ar.my acoounta and rauchara to- .
We G-a 8o.lsauscakldk
Spec'i&1id-Eve. .Ear .......with av Baal---. and ask for a Baaldlaekact w ,. : : \ ':

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lat,1908. OBO.F.rARER as V
PfiT tei.Ho.: oitaI,,. Amerioan Na- ,--... Adaalniatrator.OsceolaCqflnty (; AND ALL:OTHEt CROPS.-. ';"

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'crown" ;'Bridge and Poroeleaa. ") work's' .Title* examined and. repprted" \ 'on, -- ) I .- :- KISSIMMEE"I.GENT'
v-v; ..Specialty J ..
I t Taxes paid for non-residents : 'Gents', : : '
N0Tib-Those
J desiring my, serTlces Instrumenu relating "
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