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: January 1, 1909
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00366
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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..r ;.:Ie Attend die.. Next Meeting of the I'' Oh' Monday night ..last Judge W.'R. Kissimmee: City Is in the Center of. This is the roost prosperous: jest the 1\\ ".. '", ,. ,,' '." ,.: ,I 1:'"
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Boar of Trade Which Will BeiM Joheutonhad the pleasurebf joinlHgtogetherforllfeMr. Florida College for Women ha 1 ., '; . r : :
the Most Productive ,Section ever . .... 4
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known' It-opened this fall with an enrollment p'' .;. I.J \\j
., Tenn., Miss Leonora MoLaugblla . ., .' r' e'. .. ".' h'Q.
r !eW \January 11th. j of-the. South. of 180 girl ,tt I <:": .' "

,,= of Fort Drum Fla, only a Several days ago Mr. Mills,, s'teso !' .: :'";"r ,\ : 'JW ;"
t- - 'I few persons witnessing. tbe ceremony sent out ''by the 4rO..ernlDeatl.e. avery I ,,' '. . .. : '\ ,::t ': "
'. Owing'to tbtf fact that the. Masonic: which was performed. at.' the residence. The following:, clipped( from the Manufacturer interesting.! and profitable. talk on .,. .'., '.. .' ., : . : ,.1.-.. "j" 1
l -lodge bI la-special sas>io a, .aod to which a large number : The bride ltbedaugbter 0(Mr. and Mr.-ILL.'Roberts of this city, and lio weather has rendered the excursions of v. t" ,,4 t ,, '

-':; of toe member Of- tbe Board of i Mr, 'John McLaCghlln of Fort Drum replete with fact relative to the the science classes very profitable, as " ', t .o' .. .' 'ril :.
Tradebelong, the ,regular meeting of j while the groom I I. a constructing engineer conditions existing la this favored they have. been able to procure. many, \ 0. .. -. -.. -- ., .f'
until Tues- of recognized ability, at one useful .- A clan .. .....-.. .. .. .
rr y thMbody wa postponed I eectiouthat we take pleasure In reproducing speolmens 4n agriculture > .
sy &itghc when a fair number were time b.vlaa"ob.r/le/ of a portion! of the it: will boon be organized under the ;;, ,; \,

... eMUt. .And an unusual amount ot I work .on the extension. of the 'East ''"Klssimmee City U near the center direction of Miss Oano. Miss Gano "I k kn ,. r..Jpij :-' "
"> "fDWltIDa' the .... uf The happy couple left Tuesday morning from Cornell '
.1- .clo.1ne ,ear., ooe of navigation on Kissimmee river and University ,v' ,, ,- ; .. t ;I
: the are.$;' Important yet held, and on' the steamer Llllie for a few its chain of broad, Miss DaUell the teacher of'oratory ..' ,";" 1 Ll'.LL _.... '1
i k paved the way to a new era In the lifeof day* visit to the parent of the bride wbich-are well supplied with fish and and physical culture recital ,

the Board_ and the prosperity of our' after which they will leave for the water fowl and whose adjoining country December 18, which was very muchen- I' i ir

Sown _____ home 0..marriage ,. 'plentifully supplied with gameof loved.. She will read'a paper on phys '
r.. The minute of the previous meeting( The was somewhat of a all descriptions' be found in1 the. teal .training. before the. Southern Educational I '. e' "

y.: were read and approved. surprise to the friends of the contracting slate. United States ,statistics show, Association In Atlanta .December ... .. '' ..,
.... Secretary Meek..presented a mass of ; parties, as neither.intlmat, In Klssl-romee death rate to be less than i 30th. ... .
,v.; .. correspondence bearing upon tbe subject the slightest manner that such an event three to the thousand. 'The school baa a well'.equipped\ mu-
of'establishing a packing house-in was.llicely: to ocourt the very best "Our school system Is unsurpassed ,lo department. Three successful recitals '
f this citY<< which was placed In the of wishes from all who knew them. for .our churches, of whtoh-herw five have been /given-the first. bS. r, ,

IL,1 hand of the committee on factories.. their future happiness will fotlowTneinto are well attended by a pious people. Mrs. Heoquemburg on the violin the ,

4 4v from different agencies and publishing) lag'entirety without a restive of frost ,, and the third by Miss Cline the. \ i

'," .house tendering their services,. for a Remembered Again. Our summers are cool and pleasant, vocal. teacher.A T
iif' remuneration to aid the Board in advertfcnoff bean with always a cool breeze blowing direct bulletin devoted. to the Intere.t the advantages of this section Again ha our force placed any from the Atlantic ocean or the the normal department; wllF soon-ap-
which"were referred to the. committee I der obligation for shown, Gulf of Mexico across our extensive pear. .
S ( advertising.. this time through (.he kindly office. of prairies and lakes, where thousands of I The lyceum course has been very. enjoyable .
Mr. J. M. Wlllson, Jr.. subinlltad a Col. C. O. TurTlnKton, who on Monday -[cattle, sheep and how Ret an abundance especially. the Indian band. M NV'rTyTRT V ,.
i the of the last presented tbe owner and em-\ Dean Hetwole addressed the .
letter a* a report on part of food and water from nature'sown teachers
"' pecial committee appoint?* to look I ployus of the Valley Gazette with a storehouse year in and year out, of Rscarabia county on December 18 b.
7' into the feasibility of establishing a sack of as fine oranges and tangerinesas t.o'Lbe entire satisfaction and enrichment Cordial greetings to all friends and
rest room from the sisters of the lau even a hungry printer stuck his molar -I of their owners. readers of the Valley 'Gazette. '

Mrs. Hart. In which they stated they In. We thank him for thus remembering j Our soil i i8 as productive ag any to A STUDENT.

could not consent. to the locating of a us, and every time we eat some be found in this !garden of the nation, --- -- ,
,of the fruit thank him over again,
rest irownonthe' -lot owned bjr-them.- and a hundred times we have wished! ( I from throe to four and sometimes live Grand(! Master at Orlando.(! .i
but that they were txwfectly willing to crops being raised on the gume ground
for him and his .and
'+ donate the property to the Woman's prosperous j la a year, m-ttHs never too hot or too .Quite a large delegation of the local ,
Christian Temperance' Union,. >tovided. I lives __ bold to have av>t-otltable crop grow- Masonic fraternity attended the (Installation GRMTIMG
{ tbey would build thereon a house to be Killed(! Three Woodcock. I{I tug and] our Farmers, fruit growers .ceremonies and a banquet givenby ( (
1' used for the purposes that organization : I and truck raisers are among those who the Orlando lodge last Wednesday
should dictate While" hunting near his farm, about I I get the most fabulous prices for their. evening. Grand. Master Uaskell of ,

Mr. Wlllson expressed the opinion eight miles from town, last Monday I products, owing to the natural advantages the Domain of Florida waa.preAent In .
? Mr. W. L.. Van Duzor shot three woodcock in location his official capacity and conducted tbe ..
fray' which he brought .back to townj I "\V Ie an before JjMitallatloo ceremonies In a most Impressive .
wo are located
with him and 'hich proved quit a the Gulf manner, being ably ...1 .....-..........---......--.----
navigable water to
and the Board of Trade would each on -.-----.......----. .--,
r contribute the sum of $5() towards the curiosity to some of our local sports of Mexico we are also on the main by Deputy Grand Master L. C. Maaa.). 1 ,.... _
building a house that the ladles I men. Thin splendid game bird is sel- line of the Atlantic Coast Line\ Railway Among those who attended-from-the '

who own the property would dnnat? it, dom found In (Florida, but Mr. Van between Jacksonville and T.ampa.j local lodge were: Koma Thomas, J. / .
-fr- which opinion was generally concurredIn Duzor recalls. a few Instance whereone with two branch lines leading out of \V. Prentis, M. KatE, U. C. Stanford 'I'g '
by those present, and the committee, I or two of them at a time have been our t.own. and thin is one of the finest I A. 1 K. Donegan. H. O. Meek J. W. :
consisting of Messrs. Willson and killed .iround KUsfmmee before He onenlilgb in the south for a railroad of Simpson, S Li Lupfer, J. M. .htuael, ;1 r. ,
Harris, was continued and Instructed found four of these birds In a small seven'v.1I ve miles or more t.oe built, I II J. M. Wlllson Jr.. M. J. Hicks, A. U. thI1i "

"; to Investigate( further and report. their I cypress pond but one of them cot I i opening! { up one vf the (finest sections ofcountry Bell and W. ii. U...rl.. T e beginning -anothe y ;.we. *, Jour .

conclusions at the next -meeting. jl awa.\ : In the United States for farmIng ---- -- - -- I l r

re Mr. Trlplett, on behalf of the special fruit growing, stock raising and ESTATEJRANSfERS .tend greetings& to friends and ,' _
'% w } committee appointed to devise FROM THE CURBSTONE: trucking with the best of facilities. REAL _. I

ways to' beautify the High School then to market such products at fancy; patrns' thanking them for their liberal pat-" lw
j that tbe forsoliciting prices, with an open fiteld for naval M '
grounds, reported plans BY THE UKOK';1(. :
subscriptions had been perfected stores and timber products and manufacturing Two vacant lots in Matthews' Addi- rbiMte in the past an"d .ho ini' for a contin-. ..", .
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and that blanks for that purpose I enterprises and large fishing tion are reported sold by, J. M. Will- 1I '

would be distributed in the next I "Advertise, why, thunder yes."anything industry. son. Jr. The purchasers' will build once of the same during the coming year. ': '
the old dead and .
to help
.few days. "Then we are not troubled with Insects cottages 1 .
the brother reached dean into his nether i and taken altogether, we beylfevewehavefound .tf.w1iu / v :a 4
I __ be -endeavorT -httratofor;r-tyf ,
committee I
Mr. Sears-for the special .
I_ :.porkfeJLani}: jiaued_up_25.cents1! *Iju.t. '| ,-do-i1V1rl1ra. - --- -- "
n-ipteresMng. theSenatmesnit,4rn', 3, M. Willson, Jr., has sold the
something going helpus
gressmen in the condition of our canal i out.hope I aln tired paying Bach to heavy veritable needed paradise to developfurther, where only the capitalis marvelous block: adjoining Mr. Cull's, near Ro- keep on hand the.. best' and most up-to-date. a ',.. *
and river reported that the contemplated tundo's. to Mr. Emerson of the East
taxes and the electric light bill just stock ,
which nature has so '
trip over the water rout : about puts me In the poor house, and resources out Coast, who will move herd about Feb- i and n'at.Pf ices aa low as the quality: 1.
abundantly poured
had been postponed The committee\ 1st and the *
ruary properly. '
like U is
that waiting -
talephone- seems
(I'KUsiinmee has at 4 r t goods
was Instructed to present the matter I And church dues present population of the & wUJ.. allow.< Otir business Is.
money. my of who makeas .
I over 2,000 people, .
in. tangible form to the Florida delegation
a well, it seems tcrrae they ought to run friends and neighbors can The Young in West Kls'siramee
good as -
in Congreiti, and impress upon property J--- constantly l1re!' iDi'.In.: jrolumal :and we.believa ,
of the churches on half what they do, "etc. be found anywhere. Wooden--etruc-.r ,-of ten acres.aod .Jmprore- 0 -
:them the necessity governmental '
: An agmt for an ad"ert.lalnjlclrcl\lar Lures are fast giving way to the .more Bents has been sold by J. M. Willsotr '
M aid to' better the condition of tbe waterway this i U due to the fact that we';have '
with the above, arid he he is > -
from this-city to Lake Okee- met says substantial brick\: and concrete here. Jr., for 1600 to I. W. Desassure who i )\ , ,
going to keep thatquartar: as the eagle .>. ;
i : Kissimmee has a Board of Trade with will raise vegetables, poultry andprobably "
) chobee, '41" succeeded In our ''effort:togive
4 was squeezed -so hard It choked to large membership, whose''h secretarywill ., some cotton; . 'the-people u'; W
it Messrs. Wlllson, lofcek' aad Gardner death and Is only a dead Issue now. be pleased to' give any information .try! ',' .i'. "" '-<. :'" r 'r: \t II -I.dlxrys': ru, "': ;'ttoIIIW\if/": .,'

were' delegated to", accompany Mr. The advertiser did not say he'ran personally or by correspondence 1,,9: ,,j'rjUt.what;\ ....,l they want at'. J ea.aonable prices.My .,,: '
of Kentucky hae '"I !;' : '. ".,, I".t; ;" "" 'l ,
Trlplett to the next racstlng! of the across this disgruntled citizen In Kis- to desiring It concerning this Mr. Jas. W'.1--l1l( .: -
'County Commissioners and urge; upon Bloimee but he did say: "Yes, 1 think veritable anyone garden spot of the nation.. purchased through M, Tiller' agency stock. ,is constantly. moving and"new. .
that body the advisability of renewing your town is on the eye of. a great reaction ---- two small places west of towa'keloallInll' .
the. county's! subscription of two hun You people have twb local to Mrs. Caldwell and H. C. Stanford goods arriving to take Its place, consequently Amy r
dred conies of the Valley Gazette the factors- -your public school and your CATTLE RUSTLER ESCAPES I respectively\ ,. Mr. Wlly..beUeye
same to be mailed to parties. outside1Xhli up-to-date Jocal paper--the greatest that the lands around Kfsslmmee are, customers got nothing that Is 'shelfiworn ,, r

state.. Many gtfOfl.. substantial thing In the community for the up- far superior to any he has seen in th ',f... '
talk were made along<;bOwe of advertising building of your town. But be care Louis ". Parker Set /ing a T./e-Year State for trucking purposes, and U' In making selections of stock it 'is my iwle'to' t .
the resource dTMVpectlon.. ; ful. Take the editor into vour midst, probable that he will make some mf* '

and each speaker expresses. Js e opinion support him for all he la worth, pat Sentence, Takes French Leave purchases before returning make BEST. QUALITY. THE ...FIRST..
that the general circulation of the him on the bv ik when. he turns his home

local paper was the best medium' searchlight on crime oo your knockers of the Convict lamp. Mr. Eugene Brewer wife ESSENTIAL. because shoddy' goods. ale not
.' through which it could be done. and the who ." .
on men are always of.Virginia, have .arrived" tovDd" j. *' vs ,
Messrs. Trlplett and McPhatter were back for the other fellow -. cheap"at _l"*
holding waiting f make Kissimmee the bomB any price ,>i -A>n. ;
"q appointed to meet the pity Council aL support the public enterpelse,." Headers of the Vallev Gazette. will propose in > uebased ... ., o'j
future. Mr. Brewer has
r iLl next session and request the adoption The man who looks upon his own remember' that some five months ago W. L.. Van Duzor' agency j Wishing each,and every one aDDY.and'.
f through : :
... by that body of an ordinance or town as the dearest spot on earth to three men were arrested for selling the Farnsworth and JohnsU:Places ". -' . .. ,r'' ""' .
resolution requiring all citizen. to him is the citizen who helps tbe townto stolen cattle to a man living near Its' E.' .. prosperous'j"; ":" ;?? ". iTh,... h wRespectfully'Y
in North Kissimmee from
i keep their premise In a cleanly and forge ahead but the man with the-lLakeland, that they were tried for the. hon.hold Sd' 4' ,.'
Bender and moved his .r-
healthy condition. grudge Is surely going to find the ash joffenae at Bartow and that two were. *had had o : ... ; +> :':;""" ; '
kitchen furniture 'which
toehold' meet- barrel, and If he is looking for this convicted and one let oft on the promise L... .. ," -'lt > il: .J1t'lw "
It was decided an open also "
p II of behavior. One of those hipped here, In this wcOJ.He -. .; : J.-::. ;: ' .
good :.: -S'; .
,, lac 00 -the bight of January 11th. In tleshe wont see roses. _ brought down with him *<*. ,horses . ._":J : J
e. Fraternlty.Hsll. to which all citizensof convicted was named Louis H. Parker pyoeouth Rock: / '. 'J'' 1J'' .. . : '"
and one hundred white .. .
and, he was sentenced too tie convictcamps ' . '
both vexes are most cordially Invited "Ten Nights In a Barroom. chickens. On-behalf of<" citizens of .
t for a term of five year .
aod a special invitation Is extended : j Kissslmmee tbe VallX-) Gazette extends -
Village Srtclety. The Crltchfield Company pitched Louts was turned over to the convictlessees :
4' the
Improvement cordial weloo r *0 these good<
,w U 1. hoped the ball will be ailed their large' tent in this city yesterday on October 23; and on Deoember,18 -'I people. .pW'> '' .;
with the citizen and the'r wives, that afternoon and at nlghIpreeent3d "Ten ; just seven days less than. two -

they may see and become acquainted Nights In a Barroom to a large and months. he took upon himself the pMvliege ReSldeI
'- i ,with the workings of the Board, and appreciative audience. of seeking pastures new, field n Ct Kobbed.On '

learn of the good It Is accomplishing This production which is_one of where the hands can wear checked Friday 'eve, ur last while Mr. tWDANN1: >
n4, for this town and county. There is noReason the best known on American stage, Weed Instead of striped osnaburg and and Mr. Katr ese temporarily absent : : '
why every: person In Klsslramee has reselved poor treatment from where no man gets licked unless It 1*., from honx' .nwaseored b j
{ IQ fair fta-htr-la other words Louis
a ,
hould not lend a band towardhe many traveling companies, and tbe 'netheir be
9 good work the Hoar of Trade I. performance last night was pleasant escaped, and up to the present writing '' sneak thieves .4! about two Hundred

9 long, and tbe present membership surprise to those ..t.t.eadlaaTbe specialties he has not hr.crlt3d 1 his name on anvhotil dollars' worto' household goods, .
register this section, nor I* he .' .. .. ;
b )leve that lobe opqn. meeting on thedate were also good mostly clothXtolen.. Among .
above mentioned and to which Tonight the pleaslcg melo-draooa likely to do so, for the S. A. Rawl. other artlcle <ea WM a doe nandoUr ., TIDE OUTFTTTER. . -
the ladle are cordially,. Invited and the West "Dead wood Dick," will he Uo. guarantee to nay any person one beloacl"to l Edgar Katz which he .. ,. .... .:. .-

urged to attend, will go a great way presented and will doubtless be hundred dollars for the delivery of prized ,"If bla'b1!( : ,.Sheriff PreyaU1e ,
toward enlisting new member*-to* the gree d by a large audience. Tbe Louis at tbe camp of Hall, Meigs A lmm.teI7 tto robbery .... " '; fl> 'ft**

working crew for KUulmmee and .O-. management has kindly offered to set Townsend near.Salt Springs{ Fla. 1. aaa//.w tbWtWt OMIT possible . '-. ',

oeola. county's; uplift ; ..aside a' portion of the receipt fromboth4or It was hoped.. that the stats authorltfeewOLld chance disnd ins. eves he'will cerhi :. ,. '.;._:":" _-.--- ...-4..." "" '-. _4-";. 'I $(
=:, -beoefH'-bf .bgtuccesefulJnJtcep1ngufaaaa : .-b..a.-Y beiPd-of -
.tit Honor oL Miss-Haladay! I.h.. 1C1..lmlD8e-Ba04.-- ___.-_ --- -' .for, tbe A...,,_...,-.... Da.taty.' xI the;gerpetratorr' -- . r _
he ii an Derv cuss-and baa-a peas ctle *-. *- < 'v "\* s. it..rV.jAg I
Mr. Henry Stabford gave a launch Card of Tbanks. chant for mistaking other people's cattle r '
Robertson and family who : r; :
party jest evening In honor ot his for his own Jut evidently the grubor A ieenspendingaometlmetnLakeItatarrived : --7A'
cousin, Miss( Emmie Halliday. of The family of the late C. H. Foun i the bid or thesocial life of the b.V "
i Lumpkin. Ga., who 1 ia a Iuelt.t. the Win desire to express their thank for i' camp didn't measure up to his asthetlo here on the morning, ... '
borne of her uncle, H.: C.< Stanford the many kindnesses shown them lathe : taste, for he left. most, unceremoniously trd and will spend tbe remainder. of ',;, "' t
The party left the city. wharf In Co.t sad affliction that befell their not even telling any of' / tin "Iater In Kiisimnwi. They hays .. 1.v' .,';-

i f i' boon,'. launch, under the guidance of household when their loved one was goodbye or leaving his future address. rp, tbe McLsan residence in North ......... "'.
t Capt. L. E. Minx, aL o'clock, making called to his'rew.rd. Our sorrow was It I. hardly probaole .be will par tJ: .Immee. Mr.; Robertson we un-
J w ; the trip around Paradise, Island made bearable In the. knowledge that this communltv.acall, but if a man 5 stand. will return to his* home at
r :'. and returning about 10.30. One of the though our family circle would never feat 81 inches high, weighing 155 In a few day, 1908-1909

I most pleasing feature of the evening. again know our faithful 'sonLbusbandand .pounds, with small blue eye, blast irhll( Mrs. Robertson and their five .
Children_-will remain bey'tbe.latterattending ---- '--.---
were" the midst 'of
brother J
Vasthe serving nfdellolousrefreshrnenfsr we jn hairs fair- complexion -and ha*-tw>
which had been prepared by kind and gentle friends;who'did aIin front teeth !Oiled! with gold should ps* our public schools; '. j. ... ,. H 'L
the thoughtful host. their help us bear our grief ; ': :-
power to
your way, it is pretty safe-to say it" > c.f
l\ ThoseXpresent were: Mrs. H. C.itanford May God bless them. t y Louis H. Parker, and M you *o dJf* At Foghorn Ust night between 11 .. ,
and 12 o'clock the residence of Ackle I -
1, Mlsse* Emmieftdnifaf Mas. H. E. C. FomftXhi. \ you can*.mAke hundred dollar* *pY II< '
one ; ,
Parker past caught fire and was burned*o the '. :.
Mabel Ruth Jones MRS. C. H. FOUNTAIN. delivering blur'to the authorities suss & .: I' e. r
ry .Louise Maklnson and Messrs. MRS. S. E. UABDNFR.Connty ....... mentioned. ; 1.1'rn ground Particulars: are meager butit .. ... .. ,....... ... 0' rri r
ry, Stanfordand W. O. Rackley is understood that a portion of hi. .:' J '
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J '/guest were prevented Court Jurors.The Honor of Prof. Evans m/&ide. furniture including the' piano,' was ..- '!'o. ;. ,-'.'. .
saved.ic .
ng by unforeseen hint -' d. Lee \. .: . __ .
following juror have been Mr*. ::1.M..Lee.DIl..Mr.: ._ : ,
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drawxrto *er"e at the January term of will give a U- me of u; CroftauUraotily..hiedthis ." " 'I,

1t"L afros left for Miami the 'county V>rt: T. W. Ellis, C. A, Mr.. D. C. Lee Tuesday eves. j"&g. Jn! week from..Pulaskl, Tens. and --....-: .
b an extended visit to Waldron Gilbert, W. J. S. Carr, nary 6th, from 8 to 10.30 honor **' expect to make Kissimmee their home ,_ ,\1-f '/! .. *

.. 8Oa. Hon J. W. W. I. Broa.o L. Whldden..A. H. Prof. R. M. Evans and b jI bpld*. "> In future. They have rented a ooUacre ," ',." -'-' - >' ti&L. -
tc [Sue Watson will join 8petr 0. H Wilaoo, C. W, Griffin, oordlalla..l'atloo ute 4 to friend from Judge buUding-. the-rear"of tbe -.
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t '. 'will be Standardized! byAVorld'c: CiT.' si.Jail Term.WashUigtoii 'f&mOl8"contemtJt Army, to Begin; vacuatfon on anal MorrI o... Markedthe. Pasting ,o.the Christmas mad. of e ..lck\.ga'hung feet Ion"and

D.: C.-The'
Leading.Exper'tf case,. of,'th. Duck' Stovu Now Year** ;oa,.. S New York. City.-Planning -a 'demonstratlon Christina Festivities. the' lowest point'on the new' QU&8Dr

of 200.009 labor men bore bridge; which span the East '

: TO SECUfiiTlNiFORMlTY Range company against. President EVACUATION AT INTERVALS in protect ,against. Jail ".sentences NEW YJHQ1 LONDONOutdid river in New York city, oh Chrilt

: Oorapers,. Vice, President 'Mitchell{ \ End Imposed .upon Samuel Gom. -- 1'8 morning by members .
Secretary Morrison,, .of thtf "AmaLcaAu'edeation' : pers. John Mitchell and' Frank Mor- I'I'.B' celebration
Queensboro ,bridge
:; Will 'Tt | | Caring for ieMany
Soldier >< n
Bureau of Plant Industry lo Co-operate Not Leave al On.c..BsstCubana.a .- com.I.millee.
of Kabor has been dfoiaed bison the CentrM Labor Federation s"" Intended for river men r

With European and 'American. . by 'Justice Wright of the supreni. , Rule Pleased at the union appointed 'commltteejof thirty ; Thou "ade Of Homl..* stocking, were bung _BOW_that* they

A" -Cotton Men."' -t.Washington. court of the:District of Columbia,' areached with a pole., from j

.'-"'- -- .... .". ,- ,, .".*erselj"tothefederatlon"tomclalsi" -.n,* --. Havana= Inrthlsconnection;"",- -of 'N ew"'r9 'k"-"Cl ty pe'nl gwldcnJtqhand tfie aeclt"'f-aj-tugr -Tooacwv-aervlce-'
Dtowards C.-Deftnlto ate! Cuba New Year's Jajr
President Samuel Oompera was which acopy was sent to President 'of make the day One able gloves,' other gifts
charlty o
the' standard will witness the of IttO and pracUca.
establishment o( a> ,, beginning
temenced: 16 twelve months' imprisonment Uoosevelt.. committee '
The executive: In tie ,
Of and for the were 'etbckll
:joy .gladness poor ,
1 for evacuation of
the different grades of cotton '. Cuba; by the army .
) John Mitchell, second vicepresident announced it had sent a telegiamtodefendants unfortunate and freely drawing upon The cathedral at' RoeskJlde. 'Dcn-t'(
aborty be undettaken I In this I pacification "'blcb. has-boea in pOll
to nine months and Secra'tary assuring th!>m that,every the stores of plenty and happiness al mark,. the burial place for centuries
city by: a ,camniltlea of the leading, session of the Island since the beginning -
Frank Morrison to ,fix months.Justice 'legal means' would be, utilized to prevent -
Its disposal to'epread hQlIday cheer past of Dtplsh kinds, was looted by .
cotton men of this country mid !.u-, criticisedthe of tbe provision government, '
4 ,'tope In co-o'pcration wllh( the (experts Wright severely and October,-, 1906. The first provisional\ their imprisonment. lIerm'anItoblnliloo. ot'he Iron) th? highest to the lowest strataof burglars recently and large numbers

? ,-of the. Uuroau ot Plant Industry4,1 course of GQmpers, "Mitchell regiment of marines,.numbeilng) about general organizer Its ,population, the city of "NewTCerk of costly gold 'and sliver wreaths.
Morrison and said they. had "set Federated offered resolutions
celebrated Christmas of 1908 In and shields were carried away..
; urns
,the ,department of agriculture, Secretary iou, will be among the first troops
ot Agriculture Wilson la now' themselves UI as a. tribunal higher ta: leave About half this regimentwill which were adopted, denouncing the a way that not 'only lived up to the The tombt of both King Christianand

,. Engaged In selectlnjt tlie conuclttea than the lawful courts of the land"Defore sail from Havana-on January 1. writ of Injunction as .contrary' to best if its traditions but set a now Queen Louise were, robbed of all
sentence $Imposed American constitutional .
'' was rights. standard for tbe dispensing of holiday valuable silver
( the gold and
of cotton expertB.j: on the cruiser Prairie whith will return , memo
defendants -
Wright: asked each of the It was also decided ,that action by .
millions of Inhabitants
The proposed $ (andard izatlon bf about the middle of the month blessings upon its morals sent by the crowned heads ." i
.. .If he had anything to 'say Way any union looking to pardon for tho The unfortunate In tho of tlen-
and the cljje*
-fcotlon '
the- -rarlotis'grad s- -of- -w-heh "Sentence] tllould'not bo .renounced.Mr and embark th.0! remainder, .
sentenced should be .
| men discouraged
Jails the ill In the hospitals the poor
A B (T ,
already hasmnde splendid i and addressed tne Headquarters companies. ,
'Gompers rose tbe Federated union taking tbe position
and .
has In accordance twentieth will embark In their homes and- the destitute James H. business mail
been. undertaken I conscious and D, Infantry LaCoste
toon, saying be was, that no crime had b'vl. committed
npi all
were '
of the last agricultuial -- at Matanza helpless in Institutions re- of the News ap-t died"at
with prwixion the Sumner Courier
a now nor had .ho ever T>e5u! conscious on transport and It would not be proper ta from 100 ger ,
membered. That not.far ,
latlon act requiring tho December !31. Prom there his home In Charleston
appropi of any violation of the law of the *, on seek ag440
secretary of agriculture through tho land He raid, this,, cake was' one tithe the transport' will proceed to Havana pardon. ." I 000 persona were assisted' by means years He has been ,

Bureau of Plant Industry to ostfibllBii | struggles of the working people and embark- -companies W,, Q andH JOHNSON IS CHAMPION UEAVYWEH HT. .of .idonatlovn' of ,dInners estimated and"while the like the the News and Courier .for thirtyjears.

a standard for tbe different .grll<1ell \>( aealnM of tyranny and denied stationed at Guanajay. and com la. consei vatlveiy ,

,.., calling to hut assistance fur that 'the ages American Federation of Labor pany E, stationed at Guinea. Given, Decision. In Australia Over total of those reached at. first the hand A German {jfeusmlth named *

i that',purpose expert cotton clas*>lfle/-s, attempted to be higher than tho ,, From that time on, the transport Tommy Burns. end by Indirection ilhrough gene beyond er .has Invented and Chrd"/
by, fixing: a standard of pin! dtfi"'tent COUlS. Sumner and MoClellan will be deploy Sydney, N S. >V.-Jack Johnson ral outpouring of beneflcenee! like- pending bullet adopted .lor,the de- "
Trades to be designated middling fair, ed In the embarkation at interval! of the the possibility of anything -
President Gorapers, In an editorial big negro from Galve..tan, Texas.Is struction of dirigible balloon Tha
,strict::,good middling irooVl" middling In the Federatlonlst of January lasts the remainder of the army. Battery the 'world's champion heavyweight accurate enumeration. side bullet can be fired from the regular (

( ,atrlct, middling, m'ddllug! 'alrld low made known his Intention not to obey P, third field artillery, and the nfteenth pugilist!; lie won the title In thj London England.-Tho dark infantry title

,middling/ low middling, strict' Rood I the court's order, contending that the cavalry will sail on February arena at Iluchcutters Hay from Tommy of the English number; Christmas of unemployed of 1908wasthe and The pope at Rome has fully' recover I

,ordinary and good ordinary; ,' whicn Injunction J Issued was In derogation 2. The headquarters army eleventh( ]!uuis. the Fietuh-Caiiadian, who great of destitution ! ed from Ms recent Illness lie received -
the prevalence .
u shall be the official standard f cottonelaseyicatlon. of t--! rights; of labor and nn abuse atJhe cavalry, tho Mountain aitllleCy and had held It since James J. JelTrlei distressing is Archbishop Ireland .of St.
These standard are to courts. the eleventh infantry and suffering" seen
Injunctlto of the Infantry, relinquished i
\be prepared In practical form tnd firrHntshed Gompers\ Mitchell power and Moirlson subsequently \ an'] the seventeenth Infantry willleave The end came i In ,h,' fourteenth incipully In London and at Glasgow Paul 1f private of the audience, speaking last visIt
cordially archbishops
and the T ne and other .
request to any rarsonthe about Febi'iary 27 for !ploiiK }
upon I 1 cited for contemptndthiaairMthircaaehalbeeh Havana round when tho police, seeing"that
-=cost-to, bo paid! when.-dcLvorcU. were: Newport vNewIt.1a.thointention.. llurnsWitsunabietodfcnd, himself, .bb.iDbUlILllUJ; ,.centers..: .:....__where, .:!Ll1>It'IL in -1905' --
," the the rstabllMhnii. ) have' been elosod, amithousands Six common one *eJect -
Hand- In eounlmen.
the requesting all of
these appear
toy person before the rouit for many months to have mercifully ulopjed the fight ot work.
( of thou ore o'll councilman of
ard." On notice of appeal GompersMitchell Inaugural pai'nde at \\II"'litnglon.ThlR Burns, In nn Interview "Mild: "I (1 il r
At the present ('me thero la a treat and Moirlaon were released leaves only two companies of the best I could and. foi'ght hn-id A .small \Innd of shabbily dressed, Plttsbuig, 10., aro under arrest on

'diversity tn the method and IIt'seLl.leof on bond. engineers and I two battalions of theevcntec'iith Johnson was too big and his leacU ] flu h o t-e file l looUlni i ;, unomploved />e.- charges olf tonsphacj', coirupt solIc-.
inrml 'cl I the fashionable shop( lint Ion and Tho arrests
grading cotton aa no defitlto4 According to Indianapolis! dispatch infantrj These troops was too great," eons | ( briberj were
Standard exists the United, Mine.orkprs were will embark, April 1, whlcli! will com jilnij Ktiec'ts I Ita numbers shouted' in almost directly due to a bank examiner : _

-. I"" In order to eecuie the most rellalle i reparlng (to take quick 'action If tne iii,'t,' I HH- C\'JlOII at Ion. MISSOURI BARS STANDARD. OIL. I tini'-on BK they m IK'hidVe: \\ I who, at( the Instigation of President
the incnt nccett-j pmbaiUallon if the (roois|' will \\ The Salvation Army and olh that Preslcl .
-d Information aa to pi< V". lals had not been"Just The Hoos"vel.ascertalleL
ed grades I the cretary of a rlcul I.'al action v,>'as vontemplattd was lie effected with as little ceremony as Great Trust is Forbidden \\to Do Business ('I' <'InnItnlililiislltutiuiia gavo dinners -nt Hninfcej A. A.

ture has secured from aulhoriiatlvaourcoa ( n( H-vealed i" P,le The purpose In defeiilng thodrpartuie in State. , I lo man y ihoiihands of destitute( Vtliack, without: knowledge of the

". In lit" t'rilU'd'\ States sets yt --- --- of a portion of theteenth se\i 'Jefferson (,it y. Mo.-1'lie supreme per" ''OUR I but I I these C ii ri 'tt iii aa. dinners I I bonul( of dli'(i'tors, ariangcd to paya

'grades undor I seal, which are now \ lYEBlf WOMAN A VtMJS.8uz Infantry until April 1 Juts .uicnthe (oUrt of Missouri has liamli, down '":11't t till I '. tv Iu-tu compared with Hio J.irgf- amount of money In return

u' held under, teal for examination by I subject considerable 'specula' u decision ousting the stftiulxid Oil itr(,,'Il" of the uneniplovudAugusta for (thu German National UnnV being

; the special committee of experts"It : \e, Cocroft Claims This to Bethk8acred lion, but It 1 IH milc\od tlil-waa agiecd C Company or11..80urI; mid, thele. (,a. The "hli'ilniaij mlll. a ellj tleiioHlloij'. Tlvey were

Is pl'ol>oKed to base I the new official Duty of Her Sex. upon at a eonffienco between Go\ I>ul iii ll I(' Oil i Compnnv' from t lie n t Iat.> I ('I "'ii\b foi Pi'evident I EIt..t ;J"nft w "I io nt' once dlsmlasi'd and t their successors

standards on the old more or CU!<.AO "oerofl In ei nor Magoon and Piehldent-eloct Gome of ;MNfoinl\ i, forliiddlng l I Ih'I.1 c>.i.r his Ia, t tic Ipiii' ion in the a'limnl hnixll cl)'111"I the beau(I tif dlrectois -

less heienogeneous standards of the ad an |10 hoiox. ba> \
cotitou exchanges depart Ing there- the McrV dirty of woman tobecome keeping i !: the burrucka and quarters dissolving I i ; \\'a'el's.1'll.'lcc' Oil!I O ill ('liii,, lit \1\1; he., won fiom ;\Iajol'I The ske-li'tons of (threu human beIngs -

: from only In to far as will be necessary I A\' every In good older until it Is p(>hr>U>lu lo pain of Si' I nulHIn ,1 It. (' ;, prsd! <'nt of the club. uniiuultllv bcluniilnv to. a taco
to secure uniformity" said Pro- "Glusah' iealy teeth. the gllstoninp turn over to tlu' Cuban authorities a iiddition "'uc.'li of the cn.Uianlc3] I ll lu' mdia lo/tn mlleb on huisebiukIn h t.uug slat it evtlnct, were I roueht t IIhd.

- .f yf.or: ; 1J. T Galloway chief of tho\ h1(|, bnanro- not nigm modo] (-amp.) is fln.d $:ili.tuuIo' The oidir dj"-'ol\'llI the uuutc'u ttOUfl, nnd with li.s; entlicfimillv .in a divo uiuoveiPd :n lilt- con

bureau of Plant Industry. of womanaiiitj' They are tUe CUblll1Rllh the exception of a few I\\ftterrlirco Oil I'liin,.iii-\ vvil i '- di iti.'ti at the home of M r. anilMi \ |let At".in' quauv In (lie Nevada ulntoilson

---' powerful I too\ that she mn) wield for who profess 10 feai I hal.-disorder will! become (.fft'ctivc1 I Tannaiv 1); next, uu -I.aiiMlon Thomas In thc eveningAugusta's I (. i"""I Caincur, City. 1 h'e-rtlTaln.

EARTIIQUAKESLM..! IT AU. Hood and II \ |her duty to use them follow the evacuation of the Inland l, I IOBS the conipan. on or l>,'f ire u tint (llbtlngiitsh\d guest was not ale \\el pieseivcd. The skulls HIunliiie .
at the departuie date. furnishes to the su-uemi, ('(hIltsat ininiliidfi.l of ('hI itt hiss cheer toher and <.1lc-
et vveru
; Southwest of Henut<< Is ml"Vivo t A gmceful slat are greatly pleased 'f : *4i) ) been 1I ,
Three Provinces In the H. 'bciu.tlfA landscape, educatesand of the Americas forces, r.g inaiking isfart ior- evldi-ncc' '' tha: It I Inti-nilsto I cllzelw. Mistletoe'. holly and lias (tl\u of a i nee of much lesl Intell1t '
the KIngdom Devastated. of ludpendcnce ,', as an Independent kets cut nOPrSel' orre-ud with The teeth
)n plres Vw| should not the the mplc'lo oKlabllhhment operate eojicein ',mice ban the Indian are
i j-.' Home Italy.-The three provinces graceful; form \ the beautiful taco All show the kindest fuel hoartv good wishes, and't''ceIV") Insame I eculiir, In I that I he InclsoiB are about
V": f 'Cor elrta.: Catanzaro and Kogglo 01 tle!
the fame' toward the tioopaCOHGRtSSMLW "plrlt] half an huh longer thaI the other
Calabria. comprising the departmentof do";,;owllcl8)'s me\ haven't the timeto lugs -- -, - THEATRE !OR. CHILDREN. I Denver, < Down h..arted( anddiscouiaitcd Ipi-lli' In i the bkulln Student claim "t
Calabria. which forms tbe south- h,' out of '
because was
_-: vleiLLLiai.: ! ,_b.uXwromen _can .}GOJQlANAMA.Sailed that this vould indiate a r..rocloul .;
;- i-Jw stera--- trenjUy-ef-Italy, -orIJw. Only.Little Oner-Aro to Admitted money nnd could not make his wife people
Iho b"autlos'Iho art galleriesInto 7
.toe of the boot," were devaMatcd by 'j>rlng frpm "Charle.ton. S. C, for tothe Play. House.. 1 happy with Christmas inesents Thob.
I> boa
the home : woman can Heath wits victor' In a of Miss
.an earthquake the reaching ef Colon. "New York Citv-Details of a theater Hemline, a plumber killed himself by Ilrl'
bon to the bed-
Venus. You Ada C/iantliam of Chicago to
feet of Which were felt almost 1). C.-To familiarize In bullet Into his uraiu Th'>
Ihe'molo.1 Washington, << New York, designed exclusive t sei ding a
but can lile cf-Ut-c sweetheart Kinil J, i
be ane
sure rOil !;
.: throughout the entire country suit thenibelves with eondltlonu ucdcr the 1 ly for the entcitalnment of children, j Biilclde was committed In I tli.' |iioence = Illy.
flesh I lo who with fever
tit the was ill
The town of Messina, In Sicily, wait present form of government of the I' are soon to be announced accordingto of his wife who hi>cl just giveuululnu tvjdiold
partially Destroyed. and Catania was USE J ORSurgeon APP Tx.a Panama canal zone and fo cousidci If Frank Baum, playwright\ and auI i n mall hilstnian' remcmhinii' 1!I oincin| Blrmll\'ul. t ic'irlied! t that, AlI.c1! ''An he IllexlIn ;

-: .undated. ..,- ,- --- -- _./ -- ,- -= what I cl.angmJt!; -u4>,.JHH. ,d jra!>lQ. .thnrOf ..fair>_-Uilea. _it la ..hoped to ',_ ol roll.i M 11 bit --'rixidllc.'.' o lit,'i', (:.. > __ iWathtnglon.
\1.' pru -
,In Messina hundreds of houses Applies Medic Through twelve members of the house committee open Jlhe edifice III Octob next f nlinhi tothi'ii'ii'nt ni"'. t1c .I -liTivo hut ned -
I i I i 'I I nu.'I 1 ie-r
SZtaYo fallen and many persons liavo Much Abused; Or a. on foreign and interstate commerce "We have Jl 150000 capil; tu'i. station In the part of tho <-lt t. oith to li with parents her

been' killed Owing however to the IA'Idcn. Kngland. The erinlformapl'er.dix suited from Charleston S. C. scribed" .sold Mr Halini "All of this, pot" child i 11 ahoun,1 I in, cli.I' I the'lionrtaof -, -- --

c fact that telegraphic and telephonic which has been oiled u-- (or Colon with the exception of $150000 Is ;New tlft\ onehiin', ) ('!II ii,'.- i
.', communications were almost Completely ; on hitherto rtx* a unelesfl<< cI j p\on It Is .not thought that any measure York capital. Mrs. Carter lari'iaotiof i i mas with a' Christmas I tit,' In Hi i
destroyed, it Is Impossible to dangerous organ, has at last uisua'<1 having for Its object a change In the Chicago Is Interested as well us lion The offlcerB. who took pulns to I money has an\th'ni! to do whit

.: obtain even an approximate Idea of I its cxiste3. according tqr\ utoteJneiiL form ef cl\ll- governmen' for the society women In New York invlle I IhoS1 clilldrenvli b"' SKUMlne 11IIIII all !inau urallon([ a iruccess,

,the vast damage done made b>' the Jjurge.on" Lout' zone will icceive the considerationof promised to be most scantily riisltleutIJlluJi I II I, Tat-ott

The -fate of entire- regions 'Within don hospital, where the appen hall congress at the present session NEWSY FAKAUHAFHS.! fled, cdcandy ami Mil.1,1 Maith 4th next, will bo lint eicateei.
: '- the of the earthquake la unknown of the membersof among ther! little guests. Three this has Already_
zone been ahoWn to_ be a great h In but as all but two If congress decides tho president U touulry e\er l .l.
-. but report received hero indicate treating, dlgeae&fc"Ono the committee will be members of underpaid, and the Bourne bvil little. folks \were'exp"l'\e,1 did not Chairman, Allen cf thY'finance committee

I that the havoc baa beengrea of the greatest difficult! ot the house In the slxty-flrbt congress, to Increase, the passes salary to $100,000 arrive,' and the lieutenant 'In charttn liaa In'' LIs pOBLcatlou a guaiunleo ',
the destruction to life and piop- ..will find the Information perannuDl sent big Ho fi'tul of () ,Is
4 and medicine.1 said ,lhe iiurneon; ._ 0 the committee after March 4, next President a pIII'rolman'ror'lhtl. $3,1(01(1 $12.
*rty" mote terlble 'than Italy has experienced apply medleine to the lower Jin secured :now of.value later.. Roosevelt will sign tho b'.ll. Not brought, the tot to tho ,-tatloldeblc; ,000..larKfr.then \ I ,ro'celvcd ,r

In many years. The; uncertainty tines. .The appendix has now b There hasbeen n some discussion of that the president thinks he' has bee where It was declde that lijey had four'.ieora : ago, and It ta ex-.
: of the situation for many the zon been "too _. aa punishment that the contribution
; made URe of as a short cut by whl the advisability of attaching underpaid but he has had seven good, peeled before
thousands has 'filled all Italians with wo can gain readier access to thU ,to one of the southern circuits. of the years' experience running the execu etch was -presented wit), a silver ('1:1 I tlie fui d \1! bo ronsldeiabn-

tbe deepest distress, for they still part of the digestive tract." tidoral courts live! establishment, and he taya It dollar larger than at pro 111 Tin chief

........... have ".fear that the day may come This Is a mattei of Importance kThe congressional part not on>yTill takes good management for a man Erjor Creek. Okla -n"tnit\ SlicriiTNlcnolas umrte ff ruvciiue the reluia,_,of

.; when that part'of" the country which since In ulcerated conditions. of the Investigate this matter, but also with a family to run .the place aixl Mitcliell was shot unrl kllltd this guniinlcf1 fun I Is (tlu. Inaugural!

seems to have been most blessed by 'ntobflnen it Id, neceitarx 'o continue "1U look Into all phases of the const "keep appearances" without (-pending at Hogan Institute. I IS nt-llc, CoOt ii (if ball whtrh hrousiiiItu $1'i00' (! four

nature will be destroyed by the blind medication for weeks or months This 'tctlon' of the canal more up than he Is paid. The )pre.i here, when ho attempted to
forces of that same nature which making lire of. the appendix! does notlAfFen .Ike committee has not had under Ident recently has talked. most frank dlnturbance at a Christmas. ('e\o1rR'\ > ret'IZ'w log stands was about $20.001<

nearly nineteen centuries ago overWhelmed Its danger aR a favorite focus conOQrattan! any suggestion to 111clud ly with!. some of his callers about tint lon' -.. It is e\jjecled that there will be 'nl

Pompeii and Herculaneum. r"r Inflnmmatlon and abscess forma .i4he courts on the :zone In ono .and _the problema Involved City, Tenn.-Robert Par least 2001(00( ) visitors to \axhingtonat
All reports show that the pruselitcatastrophe lien, but at leant It removes some of of th \ederal, circuits. nor has there I In maintaining the executive: establishment due, 19 years old, had his Il'f arm Innu:in nt Ion time, latweel 75,00"

embraces a larger area the gtiima which has hitherto btenatiyhed been t*y, suggestion made to It that The government furnishesthe blown into fragments bv' a cannon and( trOPU') of whom will 'e cared fotoutflde . -,

j :,than the earthquake:, 1905. to It by the' profession labor t jidltlons there are unsatis establishment keeps up. tho cracker Christina evening. The of hotels '
_ Injured member was amputated I IQultman.
4 factory.* grounds, maintains the stables and i igreenhoules. The wa) II and means committee baa
TEN MEN BURIED..Cataslroph he did not
. It also makes provision begun the noik of framing the new
( CALLED. have enough to the
Furnace I. for the traveling expensec: of the money bill to be efenled to the
*, 'Occurs 'at a Blast. This Condition Has Prevailed. the usual toys for his children larll 'PI ex:
Birmingham. president. But the president must Chrlstma of congress. Andrew Carnegieappeared :
jt-: & Near All North to Be Represented armor here Icsson .
: World Over. fnerlca C, A. Eastern, L near '
for all entertainment out of .hb
Birmingham., Ala.-Two dead bodIes I pay before the committee,
have been recovered and eight Washington! D C.-That the failIng ,'| Washington. own prse. Princes must bb entertained deliberately planned his own death. to testify as to rteel Its production
died he had Leavlni
,,are .]tnown to be burled In an off of approximately S3oo,000,000( YVastilngtoM D Announcement In style and circumstances befit and & planned ; end cost He was the final witness
Tnore children
;_ and $150000,000 was made atfthe: white bouse of a his station and rank. 'Of course, the home where the were, the
Immense cave.In, of, a trench at the in Imports perhaps ting fitted before committee An at _,
fr In the United States during proposed plarVJor a conference looking not Theodore Roosevelt, the Individual he walked a short distance away,
,t blast furnace ,plant at Ensley. In exports: It was was made to have him ampU/ .1
The cave-In occurred. without warn- 1908 Is merely part of a general toward conservallon, of the who did the entertaining; It' his shotgun over a forked st'k.pres fats and figures his recen"llnhed

fe In, and the bodies were recovered condition which has prevailed the national resourta of North Amerteti, was the president; entertaining !a led his breast against (the statements as0 i'YVli

> *:. difficultyThe 'men were world over, In Shown by the monthly to be .held at Mae white house "ou member of a ruling house of a great and pushed tbe trigger with a stick. tv of reducing the pr*
: In drytown
a,large trench about eight feet statement of the bureau of statistics February 18. \\ friendly power Yet every penny pf I SI aeon. Ga.-Christmas watchedand a on steel and its products j jlly
u. : the have of the modest was the novelty to be 5-
Of the twenty-flve principal Letters suggesting plan the expense: came out
the surface. decrerj
.below whose addressed Roose- Likewise formal the leading h\lnesl men -did not a Cotta mca .
carriers were used tot countries of the world foreign i been by resident salary of the president.
1 Mechanical of Can- fall to study the. The express I A of cattle 13 made f _ _ _
excavated and commerce the bureau records: month velt to the governor general functions of the official year have IltuatOI. lon
the din :
t...1t.awa1: i ieft' next the p,4r
office January jten
broke a beam fell on by month. all but four show a falling ada and to Pre lde1ltVlaz of Mexico. to bo made in the same manner. The "
when.:a carrier covI'and
ct\the with Incoming! "wet" goods; premium on cal. :
: 'rather
The main object conference president Is In a comfortable
which formed oneaJde In exports: present
the1' cezn.ntwall, celebration wltnefped discontinued Until Tl i
? were' dig- These marked reductions- In the will be to point out ktoat natural resources situation hut jjot: every ex: It was the be
the men
'lftio of the trench the not the lines fortunate nnd Ihe In Macon without the saloon' sln1 1912, hnweier, the
wa.ll toppled over United States are not entirely re are limlt-94\by president BO president Joverlic
-'t- 'ging., The entire and with It tons suit of a falling, off In. tbe quantityof which Separate nations,to develop a believes the Idea of..granting a 1823 and was to the last a seasonof pay the sea and land ]
men. -
top'.ofthe that has thus far breeds of cattle Imported ..,
:f pa had ben held up by''. merchandise moved-into or out of better knowledge of' the tt;sources of life annuity to presldenla: say $10- fun and 'f
:I ftbwhich; and crime. ttitea -
..... _wi.U.: <,,. {the country says the statement. each nation on the part -t. '.the others. 000 or $18,000 a good one. cost little by mistake (1'niled or Europe.

... ., I'i. If the plans of the W, C T. U of Qlackshear. Ga_-As a result of tint Tbe president did not leave Wash!

2BAIL' IS DENIED COOPERS.Slayers thlcago Has Sayage Visitor. (CREAT ZOOLOG1 AL OitDEN. Delaware are .,successful the giant premature explosofa of an improvisedc'.tnnon Ington for his last Christmas In offlcel

,', ,' Chicago 111.-A head hunter from Se'-dijjft Island 20.000,ton battleship Delaware, which Christmas Day ,George I'. Tbe fact that the president Is J>re-l
May Be M*< in the will lose the thumb and forefinger "
"': .ef ..natorCarmack Mkist!, Remain the savage Philippine tribe of Ptn- will be launched here on February 5, Gregory paring a message to congress on the

I".- '_ . "'. In Jail. gusnes has arrived here The visitor I MI tl.elpT fcpkund.'V; will be christened with 'l'flLteTht! of ,the left hand. Jim Hendry secret service matter perhaps, mar
Cole of the New Orleans La.-To teak,ef Cat the vesseloeraa&nveiktItemijyitb Is burned about the. face and Rerpu" ,
fiJ a.bvtfle,1'enfl.-'GenUemefl.- I deih accompanied Dr. Fay C. battleship Kentucky: only
; had something -do- with this
,1 : o= aySlhafe=LiiaiaKlirenlhla. FI .1H_ museum,-- w r.s-f.eturneJl: _.Island..a,, l large tract in MlaQialppiSsund. !: :wa!: ;,. Brewer,_ a"_ voun" boy, Is .llnfull:_bIH'l --'' ----.-.', ;
Yne TeTCinTgh j -
-careful-consideration from every.Bronx a two year" expedition: \. : u greaTdilOg1cargardgan4breeding t erat'th1IsflflWh0fideiO1Thctties -" "olrnxiea- -- } :eo--- 1
and after having done; io The native will assist Dr. Cole In place, is the intention of of whisky were broken against her the knee. H, A Gildger of North CRrolna will
: of tbe opinion that It is not a working up the llhgulstl-c\ and .ethnological well known gentlemen of N'ewtor- hull bv Kentueklana when !!'hl1 went .Amerlcus Ga.-With whisky prohibited be appointed by "

fl'-m therefore decline to *nitertalJu.tathered. leans 'and Boston, who have comVU dawn tb.e ways and fireworks suppressed, to be chief justice of the supremo
bailable ease: Amcilcus enjovcd tho most orderly court of the anama canal zone for
to of the 'defendant* ed negotiations for the. purchase With the Increasing[ popularity of : a
'..; :aUqwban'aa application.any Portuguese Statesmen Flee. the !property, as announced by Bank aeroplanlng and ballooning( ; and the Christmas In twenty years unmarkedby term of six >eara to succeed Dr F.
,.' the
,, ,..,and'- deny In full Is the decision Lisbon Portugal.-Portugese statesmen M. Miller president of tho I.oulslant consequent perfection of various sir drunkenness or casualty. Not Mutla Duran whose term expires: Tin

:- u' < rThe above W.Jrf. Hart hi the criminal are stampeding from the capitalto division of the Audubon Society, who craft Cortland F. Bishop president one arrest was made for drunkenness January 1, It Is understood that Sec-

.:) i of Judge the matter. of the application escape being called upon to accept will 'bo president of the purchaslnj: of tht! Club of America ,pro against sixty last Christmas under retarv Wright has commended to the
,court In '
V Duncan B. Cooper cabinet places company. dicta that within a short time flue open saloons. Christmas exercises president this appointment Mr. Qud-

u. .JI'... Mfor. bail' of Colonel and John U.: Sharp 80 great is the fear that the monrchy Mr. Miller stat that Captain William United Stated supreme court will bectUed end the usual festivities character-li, ger Is an associate justice of the ca

tobin cZa.rutw1thth.UrdeT 3'OOPer of Senator I Is doomed under the rising lido| Sprinkle game warden of the upon to fettle the seemingly ed the day here Several' jailbirds nal zone supreme court, and has madea

'",' & in this city ;:onvember -'NO'9 of "revotuttonthat- leading men are NationalAudubo.ii: : Society's.<< wfll' bo r.lltafoUcQuesUon of rlclitfcr WRY worogiven. freedom-, ,- In'- celCTJl-atlon- -" oj[ satisfactory record, He formerly. -

}J*:Jj:.' W.".'Carmacle'0. last.: refusing positions In the cabinet. placed In charge .of the.. Ibland.. through; the air. the occasion was In the consular servieThejteople __ ,
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:' IiEiI5T5FALLOFF.- ;- "Big Savings ter Railroads. FOREST TIRES ARE (JlT. the Fresh Peruvian from Andes a triumphant where she tour scaled. of CASTRO ON' SICK EED. -' -- all along the west coat j

u, America'would
, Chicago, 111.-Thousands of dollars The Threatened Section of Alabama tbe summit of Mount Huascnra oilS Alleged He Doesn't Know of Revolu. of South appreciate

.'?',.'- Prohibition. Affecta.Revenue Receipts will be saved to the railroads of the of thighest per.ks In-The world tlon In Venezuela.. quicker communication with the tint--

ct4 I"Z *::.<. ln 'Alabama. ? country annually on.account of a new Breathes Sigh of Relief, Miss Annie 8. Peck of Providence, led States, and would make extenlof|

'pt j?, 'IteraaRveaueeceiPt* shOW a. dofliffjnk1abama'durIl' aural', which has been received here I fires that raged last week at Her' the" steamer( Alllancu\ from. Crib. the dictator of Venezuela, deposed" by Consul Winslow, statoned

_Theordetjeliminatesfram.tbejcsulaj! I ; on Bay are practically out, the wind tobal_ his people, 'a'l discredited by his aleq. In a report .bureau ain
aTreluItT i havTng "changedt-ejcT driven the flames .. lJ.TTewman Tias resigned- "gedoebtlS'1yThrtt1r'aslck: Tr dU1ae1itlTIjfTht'b
tbo yar just closed M tlons of the department governing the W, as b14
-? prohibition; -The' total collection. IAc transportation ,of malls the requirement back. Saint ..JMrnothy's Catholic president of the New. York Central 'erlln In complete ignorance cf the present It la about as cheap 'to go t

1bam4oe..1901.Were 433,68S.4< and that the road shall be fined for Church was the only bulldlig destroy and Hudson Rlter Railroad Company events at Caracas that have resultedIn New Yoik via Liverpool as up th

"-- .. -a.re1149fl196.88.. '- failure to maintain schedule .' ed. The brass bell weighing 400 his resignation to take effect on February \ ' his downfall. A member of tho west coast of South America and the

1'. whiskey p ,enue SU thC statef '...Heretofore a fine of 10 per cent'of pounds, melted from the heat The 1, I80 .* It was accepted by presidential, entorage said that Casjro t Is more comfortably and nearl
1W>6, the'' earnlng-capacltr) of mailHraln, residents of the vicinity fought the the 4ireetors3t: Is expected' that be -lisd received .no news.rom home aa quickly done. If business .!sdo

,,uoo.ofro ; based on -.It... -contract 'remuneration, flames for eighteen hours,' saving all will continue\to be a memberof the. and' did not know what taken sired with the wescoast, fco iayu.

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... -' Lambertddinrtbe'- naa-an--; .: : I ;'. ,:;" '. ,- .,.; '" , '''' ,u i -J

a sasasasasafiasasasasasagasasasgsagasasasasasasaMystery light .pause, ., 4, ''Ii
.to ;a ,- .' .. ; .::.How do 7611 know" mT.dinghtert'abruptly Wi ihs' FunVI$ ;
= iQ
? ,, .. ..t:: in Uimc jrov >:nitttj*.

" "' \\ o o i4lsoivieooooooooo; < ,. ,::Your friend,' Mr. .vlnc.eit. was r sick spell

''j good enough to present me," said 'Fellows.: II Save roanx.a: :

.Lanilb Gt. on Deering the name.,. calmly with..ome- emphasis. } t. by-riving the'child\

:My father seem*' to bare round 1LLAIRD'H0fl'EHQUNL :

'. another'.acquaintance, ," said' Elsie to \ V ;:<1- :

Olynn. "It itt curious." i
,0 .
1 Glynn scarce knew what tosay. Jttratprobably SYRUP

{k ALEXANDER '- 'thatDeerlng' bad known' y 1 J, 1
: :TBrMRS;
: ,_.,:, ._.:..:. Lambert-by-some-other nam r.known. "EVERY: *'MQTH R. :v. -- *; ; him under more' doubtful .clrcum-' : should keep npplld with.. BatUrd'a Horeboond Syiwp, if he '

stances than even he (Olynn) bad. 'wishes) to dare her children from serious sick spall .:It eon-"

CHAPTER III. 0. trashed by' toe' sight of the --sea that The.Idea '"tunc' him with a'a rnse of 'l''be 4'ato'a Recgrd. talus absolutely nothing Injurious, doe not. constipate.: Good
? r
WrP Continued >,". he says he will .takeme, ,to Brittany, I angry pain Deering' was the last for children aa well a*adUIU. -

; when It grodq too hot In Paris.". man to be trusted.\ with, such knowledge ,' '' ''' Ot To cour it's in not the a townpr but- A cough often load to. consumption and should bo oheoktidimmediately ,
> goMkfc '
,, "I take .a certain interest la it, and' . .
: saidGlynn's ..
"You' will enjoy Brittany.; '. I* better than 12ron' auto Is ,1
I thought you didHe' paused, lit'a' tolce mechanically while the "Mr. Deerlng'has been telling nts, At running people down .. '

t. \ cigar and'' then said abruptly' : neat man was thinking what. heaven about 'the lady of "'whom. I. remind Ltppuioott'i.'.. w A Household! Necessity.
'Vincent tells know
me in you fact that MissLnmbert'e'father It.would''ba were he alone with her him." resumed MJss. LamberL ."She TZsiVenslve: to*Mankind. 7.0.': ; Smith, Houston, Texas'writeel': "I haieUSed '
; you
in Brittany, or Baunos Ayres, or Bot- must have been very sweet and verf'cbarmlng" thlsTandora'B I""' .... ,..:B&nard''Horehound Syrup In m7.f&DU7"for tho past .;: ,
ho that
his favored How "What was
guest. ;
are frequently, any Day, or any other spot on earth but most unhappy her ' few year, and find It far .superior to any other court y t
does 'I 1{ happen that'such' a girl can provided:! they .were" together; ; away husband was murdered '1 was interested contained so much trouble? 'medicine we have,' tried. Every household. ebov.lc1.o. ,
.. Tj>e the oulcom"C. a society of bour-! the 1s "A bandbox,, my son.** -PlttaburgTost. applied tbla remedy,'. .
from every one' else. The next Instant but I hope) likeness.)< DOan .:path worthy ,
1.) and ? You must f
ols i ,
MW sharpers pre- *' ,
reproaching himself for evil omen.
he was < The of Children.
aent me to this father when he I, 'Delight J
appears I "
'L his "Impossible. cried O1 nn. 'Do
his weakness, folly.\ /
:r :, I should prefer your -,: Great MagnUlers.. -
sponsorShip "
"'I believe the scenery Is very fine, not think of omens Here come T lJRES"COUOHS"COLDS' WHOOPING "
.,i.i to Vincent : Elsie was beginning when she was Interrupted Madame Davllllers to ask you to sing; lie-"These glasses give mY a TeI7' C COUOH SORB THROATBRONCHI' ,

'Whydo you want to know a set' of by the words'Good evenIng pray,do not refuse." Intellectllal'appe.rance., don't. you 't. T1S AND Ali LUNa TROUBLES.. e'

," P8 p11ao\* completely nut of.. your Miss Lambert. Glynn had been . While he spoke with| Miss Lambert, think'" PRICE 25c SOc and'$1.ool H -f ,: .

llnet" so absorbed in her that he had not Glynn noticed that_her father and She-"Yes. Aren't they powerful ,
1i have a motive; not a very high few sentencesIn !"-'.Boston Transcript I. ALL SUBST1TlTftS/: ' 1
.. tne. noticed the approach Deering, until Deering exchanged a AVOID f'1
I. confess,.but sufficiently power he spoke. Elsie turned to him, still tow tone, and that Lambert although "'"_" k'b ... ;*',.' I ,.It', '
[ } I want to ftnd out without he bad.completely mastered .Characteristics of the Great.
composed and smiling:, any
.;. -'. vometnlnK about Miss Lambert's)people trace of the nervous dread which she his temporary disturbance, hffd by no "Napoleon used to. pull a man's ear Bollard Snow Liniment l Cb.r? F,

and history, for I am certain I had evinced at their meeting."I means recovered his spirits. A leok when be llke4him.. ,,"

t knew" a relative of hers'many"" .years" am In a strange land here," Bald l'' of care and thought clouded his brow "Roosevelt takes him on a twenty- 00-502. North Second Street, rx' !

i 1 ago. Deering, when they had exchanged though be spoke with some anima- mile hike 'through 'bramble and .

"Well, you bad better fall back on I greetings: "so I claim: 'your; protec- .1 tion to one or two acquaintances. briars."-Kansas City Journal. ST. LOUIS, 'MO., #' !},Ta

'J your sporting. acquaintance for an In- lion;; you must be my guide. j>lillosoplier Deering,. on the contrary, looked sU- _. *, ,, t 1.

t.' ,.duftlon; he la'mora. intlmaia* with and-frtend-"-Hetll'ewil1a1'1: I f>r smely-calm-with'adnlething of.::exVultatlon :: ,' --- _' ,.A.SUghu1W: ._%' __ ,. -

I, Captain Lambert than I am.*' forward as he spoke, and Elsie sat : In his cold, light eyes. "I see eggs are quoted at f 3 a ka- "
"Ha! you refuse to be responsible attend-I "Miss Lambert sings well." he said. "' ',
ddwn.:\ "Are )'ou a frequent rat." .
for roeT. That's deucedly *shabby! ant at these soirees!, Glynn" he "I am go great judge: of music nor "Are: they selling eggs by the-;karat '. Sold ,,and Recommended by. t

So be calls himself-captain Ha la I asked after having bestowed a nld.. do I,care for it, yet I should Imagine ?" J.
rather a queer 1 flsh, isn't het:;. I that such voice such oughtto now Fo'r Sale at ROBERSONtS DRUG
on his countryman. "You are certainly a a style "Pshaw! I read It wrong It's $a &TORE"L'
"That depends on our respective fohder of Innocent amusements lie worth a good deal of money." a crate."-Kansas City Journal. \

Ideas touching queer flsh. He Is nota I here than In London! ) "1 don't Intend bel" to sell her *. kSSIIVIMEE

highly polished courtly gentleman, "It appears that Paris produces the songs," said Lambert, roughly.' "And Precisely I So. ( ( l)

but be Is not a bad fellow and ho is" same effect/ upvn us both," returned j I now, Madame Davllliers. I'll :
t I "There are 10,000,000 microbes .,
devoted to his daughter. :
j I'm bit tired after
Glynn Coolly gobd-nlght a my
"Indeed! "Well, Olynn, I believe constantly preying upon your sys
Elsie get'you hat. I'llI
journey. ,
"" '
1'I;. you have seen a good 'deal of the I "SJonsleur Glynn, said MadamoDavlflters. 'I take her.home with me to-night, madame tem." ItI'VEE ROtT'rm-: ;
world, and it is pleasant to find that Bailing up "will you come 'I "Then no wonder I feel bad at :
I with thousand for
a thanks yourgood .
old friend M. Le -
I ; so much faith. in your fellow-crea and speak to my times. The competition must. be -

.\ t tures survives the experience" Colonel Dubois He Is a most Interesting caie something fierce."-Washington Her STEAMER L1LLIB.. STEAMER UO3EADA..' f 1' .

I I': 1 "F .IUi is\ certainly a more agree I person He,fought at Waterloo -I Elsie rose from the piano and castan ald.< ? Captain Clay Johnson fir. Captain-Clay- Johnson;Jr. ..,.
anxlou look her father Then '
I'l able sensation than doubt In the first year of his service, on -...- 'to' ..**-' returned she gay> her hand toCilynii. bowed to Regular weekly' trips Basslnger s *4 return. Roseadsrieatei .. ,
nation( : -
and'Is fonder of /
all the .
Glynn; unmoved. "By the way, I your I Dccring presented her brow to inadamea The Morning Quarrel. i *aee Tuesday morning and arrives FUislmnaee lI'rlda'ednlnl."f
. quite forgot I had an engagementthis because they were gallant foes kiss and slipping her arm "Say," called his wife fronj{ .lve. Special Charter Trips to Lake Oke cM* >be and Fort Myere OD'.1 a'jt A'. .i ?'

I evening. I am late already; So GI) un vas carried off, to took his I, through Antoinettes, left the room. window, "you forgot something,|*''' J|Comfortable accommodation for passengers. Rates re..ona.ble.r" ... "..t ,1Iii
lust all Deering
j there Is flacre.. He hailed, It. great annoyance "Let me see you soon," said Lam He came back. J'" . ,. The most picturesque Waterway In Florida. 4:
'*' "Will you drive with me Deorlng'" a -seat beside Elsie, and seemed to "What did I forget" ;" '. Foe Passenger and Freight
talk. bert to Gl>'nn. "You do not returnto :! Rates apply to. .:t

"No, thank you; I shall enjoy my settle M Le himself Colonel for Duhol a long did not find London just yet'" "You forgot to slam the door." .. ', CLAY JOHNSON Sit, Proprietor, i .,
\ weed and a stroll, so good-night. I'll He. slammed Washington Her u "
the most attentive listener In Gland "Not this week, at least. On board, /Lillie, Kllmmee. Fla
look you up to-morrow or next day." "Suppose you breakfast with me ald. Syr,
and was not sorry when the host -- . '
"Curiosity, murmured Glynn. as ,
tomorrow said
Captain Lambert, ,
came to his compliments\ to the It' 1'B
\ pay R
be toward "Is It d
rol1eiLaw.y Paris. smoke the ofpeace Not Operatie'tYeewearedisappointed .
his Deerng.Ve'll pipe t ,va
1 only curiosity? I wonder who Elsie'smothers qcogenarlanoJllu permitted Eng- and-.talftovei: our'adventurtia - ; In thepeasantry. -aL-s" ----,-x r .
strolled < : )1.:1
was? It seems I flood and field. -o-n-- ; "
Into the next room and found Miss by lr Mrhew --r. ,. "" l t}
\ any unholy mystery should hang < "As to bow
"Thank "I
you, shortly, never tatP' "'
Lambert still with Deer-
t round so sweet and'frank a creature" conversing breakfast from home.' "They rlways seemed to be work- k .
\ log, wjth an air of interest too, that away I
And recalling the beautiful eyes him. He did not "Oh Indeed Then I shall call on Ing. We never found them dancingor The Old Order ChangettiIT /
attemptto ,
with surprised
which tnto ;
had up his I +
singing in chorus. Pittsburg
\ clear Inl' nipt them, but stood watching you, and pay my respects to Miss '
unconsciousness and unhesitatIng
Lambert Poet.T :
at the same-time. returned
,trust...ajLyJin. lQsed .-sLie own umt 'an opportunity of begging Mada-me .
-la--a--ions-of--Impsrtu rable- -- -
TJavaniera ask Miss Lambert for -- -- --- Ey Jan.r-McllTKZltrHllt: .
t delightful ioJ
gave himself, up to some good breeding. The Relationship. /e ,"a;
another From his position
song '
though disquieting reflections. -
Lambert who was making his "I noticed she to Is
the two bowed you.
near the portlefres between :
( "What bad ' 't
Infernal luck
be lit his .bought; rooms he could see the door leadingto adieux to Madame Davllllers, did not she an old acquaintance?" j......... HE changes that have taken place since the-eivll-War.of.'di' e,
! as cigar viciously. seem to hear, but before he .reached "Y-yes we're slightly acquainted.In .l..
looked It ; ,
"1 did not dream of that tell The vestibule While he I are well-nigh incomprehensible.; In social and ethical sn.tIo
meeting opened and Lambert came In-Lam- ,the door he turned quickly crack, and fact, she's a sort of distant relation in and religion,., rtchanges
t\rl. government science art
,.\ low. I never reckoned such an said ; ; .the.'J h; "
in constrained to' i
tone Deerlng
a She was the first.wife of
my '
;;l: obstacle However. cost.whatJt.may, bert in gorgeous colored waistcoatand second husband.Chlea.go I are equally notable. Within a Salt-century pen-; : ,

'. I'll get to tbe bottom of her parent a bright necktie, for evening : wife's first J ; ditions of life have marvelously.. changed.. All things are ;
: "I with ,
cannot breakfast but I '
age and history It my auspicious are dress :was not Indispensable at Mad .. you, Tribune. .......... ''regarded now' from a strangely.different point of view:, 'The ;;

right, I must et.t'ld ofber'or bind ame' Dav piers'. .receptions. There .will call at your" hotel to-morrow.' -' ';; natural resources Of the earth have beet)developed In won? .

', her ,to me indissolubly; and the last was a joyous twinkle In his eye tin irrepressible - morning at 10,30., -beertng'.wlthquiet 4 Jnet Provocation.: ; L'..."""" :drous ways, and \\wealth' baa. Increa8fd'Almolt:> beyond
That Is wiser said '
: would. be the pleasanter process. air of.success in his bear. .Judge-"Why dldlyou'striketthisman ; ".if measure ," "' '.1'.L.'I'.1\\ : : : \ : '.," .:..I. ""
jThere Is a, wonderful charm about Ing.. lie saluted madame with much superiority.' greatlydstruck'by: : t' ',":I' I ?" .. ; .q..I.'I'. -/1\/.'.''I\'';. ,.'...r..1'.. e nations ,of .thbtewrlh'are no longer-strangers; ? They J bave.cQme toil ,
Tier, and yet at time. I can catch warmth and: then looked round the Glynn ,was ; the I Prisoner"What..would'you'do, know one.another' quite more-intimately.:than was once the: ca8: --wltb: nlgh-". .J.

I traces pt him, tool! I wonder wild room as if seeking his "Jewel." Sud- hold significance of these words. What I I Judge, II you kept a grocery store and boring states of thy: same -continent: ," .Wbereasthe. crossing of.'the mainland At
had the
i this father' hers Is? I must get denly an extraordinary' change passed Peering over wanderingadventurer I a man came In and'ask.ed.ll could or the passage of the.-A.ntl once cost months of wearisome travel and J>ard.' :.t

( at him I wish I hadn't been obliged over his face. The laughing!: joyous who seemed as far removed take a moving picture of your ship, now tbe.feat can "be accomplished In the midst'of luxurious eleaanCn": / -"
humorous lool vanished, and vas from the haughty English cheese-1 -Harper's Weekly. about live ''"" < ',
) to send that cad Vincent to the right re-I > 'r
1 gentleman the east is from the ?
about so shortly, just to keep up appearances. placed by a .fierce, startled, west 7He as Is It possible jto point to a single mode /of: life, or phase ot belief that yes<".:;<[

It is double-distilled bad glare like a wild creature suddenly The Wreck of the Royal George mains just as it was fifty, years ago, unless it be human,,rtatur* ,JUelfT. "WeCo, , .

luck to have that-fellow Glynn here. roused to apprehension and defiance, walked home revolving this George III. was wondering bow the not read the ,same ,books, or think tile.eamestbotgbts.a. of;yore,,nor' do we" ;

.But if he thinks1 lie.Js going to make as If, through the thin smooth coating question and others. Every day increased -. I apple got Into tbe dumpling. entertain the same. notions and opinion,that.....'OIlce'dldfIGr"simply: the10

, all the running with Miss Lambert he of lately acquired domesticity, the fascination which Lam. -That' nothing" they crled._,"How viewpoint 'of all things 'has changed. Larger. light;has comelgnbrancer:;; 1an1' 'I r
the nature of the untamed bert's daughterunconsciously exer-: did -the peaches get Jnto the House have _
is considerably mistaken She is savage superstition been dispelled ,%/
lovely--so lovely that I almost forgive desperado bad-.broken forth all the clc more"d and over more him; clearly every unsuitability showed- of Commons" If .one were asked to specify orpointout'the main.ditterpile: *--t.4ele; *!;y ;j J/:,,,

her ]for: existing." more vehemently for Its temporary Herewith his mindgave way before spirit of the present' and-a past age,' be might,state It thus;* Tlmepwae''\J\i\ i .a.r.
from a common sense
< Olynn waited, Impatiently for the' slumber. Olynn saw that his eyes nay the suffragette problem.-Nelr York people profeseed...'at least, to look'upon,this life"-as a states GC.1Pl'Ob.uQDI-
of view the allying
point impossibility of .
1. moment when he could p resent'hi m- were fixed on Deering, who was smiling himself with doubtful character Sun. 4. place of preparation for the life, 'iereaTter.-a' mere. temporary'1I01011 'D'b.+x "
so a
;' pelf Madame Oavllllers;> weekly reception and bending forward as he spoke endnred rather than enjoyed] ; today''people ere teaTons to"::'make'-the'mbst'of T ?

, The reasons why he must to Elsie. She did not heed .him. for On a. poor Lambert.his hotel the A Loud Suit.* 4 life here and now. People of intelligence,hava'come. regard'rlgnf.ltTjngf!; +,,j

remain In Paris multiplied He could she "had caught sight'of her "f ath"6r, handed reaching him several l letters, and concierge when Hewitt-.-"What. ''. 'do roa"- think', oftbIIIlQltt' her not only a* a'most. -desirable thing Id Itself,'but as'the rery.:biit possible;;;;,

.: not leave Elsie until her ,father returned and Deering, struck 'by her expression .a / preparation for the life to come., ,Healthful cheerrul'bopefulliving! characterizes ., .
sate his
I" 1 i and''then he must stay until turned to see what had .attracted them.within One proved own room to be he from opened his I Jew tt-"I think .I:.should" :'always; the spirit of the present. age 'Truth.',Is 'sought no .less..than 'lfithep), .,',i

, be got some clue to Deering' her Then his face changed/ .;top. his I wear It with an overcoat, .:,.; 'j' past; likewise .comeliness. and .beauty"are earnestly cultivated... "All 11"-'L"tare's ."
firm of business which his
closed with look'of fr 'gfd- de compelled Hewitt.-"What for? ; ;/: '
't t schemes That there was mischief jaw a immediate to London.He I resource are drawn upon tohe':utmost ,capacity,.vet man inorder't. '
return "
( I brewing be felt convinced. Indeed, termination his steel-blue eyea tit'up had seldom been so annoyed I Jewett-- 80. a* to have somethingto enhance the comfort and happiness of mankind.. Luck or chance: ,no Jon,.;\.I\

., I he was Inclined'believe that Deer- with a flash of angry recognition. By and irritated a* by this unavoidable .deaden. the, aoun4-New' """ : ,YorkPress. It once did. In lhe -conduct:of life, 'The laws'and oontltloiasor\r>::'

:I Ing'did not intend giving his real an involuntary impulse-OlynA started the the ., healthful rightful living'and i consequent widespread 'proeperitySara': aacrsti ,
, necessity to quit scene! of mysterious '
s, when Vincent Introduced him forward to greet Lambert with a 3 and full assurance Ii'felt Oat lathe '
name drama which Interested him itiir"I clearly'known, only Jijst obserranc'of: *J?j
to Madame Davllllers and her friends, vague intention to assist 'him. la recovering so intensely. He might be prudent .. 'admired.heiiar- these can"great reward! be found.' -That lentlllC"'knowledge'-W14e.pre'cl..i< ] < v\
told her that I
1'; but' perceiving Olynn, he bad probably his .elt-contr01-to: aid -EI.1' enough, mean enough, to shrink from that ju Uce .bed mr; that, peace and.projlPii'Tty be,universal:througbout thektearththese :>i'}
her noble qualities of heart,and mind
sie's father In he could.
changed his intentions and telegraphed any : are leading Ideal of the presedtsge.-The Boston ;Cooklnc *'
for life ;
linking himself with .
a creature ..
u for and
Bald her Intellect a lot more ott '
. accordingly to his associate. "Glynn Lambert School : ;, ,f' >. > ; :
; : who was probably too good for " Magazine. ,' ;. y'I,Vf l
1; BUll considering that Deering bore : his hand bard, "who--who Is that! him but be would not desert Lambert the same reel. - t. : ,.. ...r dr!S 1if

.' a fair character It was highly improbable man-sitting thereby my .daugh-w "Make a bltf-: '" k .t 11 , ,. h':10.\: ..
in a difficulty. Ha would'returnas "I dunno. 'I think the best plan I* 4 pM-ta-"A. .
: ter' I sS .w:
be would be of -
guilty I
any soon as possible andt lM him clearof to tell 'em they're pretty."-Kansas M M as .: . ;.. :'
, overt baseness "He U Deering ofDenham., Do :yon Deering. Seizing hla pen he wrotea e _. .<1 "\.<;; ,; .. .,).:

: On''reaclilng Madame Davllllers', object to him?" I hasty line to .vhe effect that he was City Journit9': y ." ra.t. :; :'u., "', :_ .f -.r. .j .'.ti...;';
:'; Glynn found about half a,dozen"tntl- "No; why should ITOnly I knew. ,Work. .' .
obliged to run over to London for a Loye- Mexico Puts Falls to tage-i? from ,wadi, of'' poW"1'boUl .li/'''
l 'Mates already. assembled. Monsieur's a Deerlng once-not a clean potato !. week but would return without fail, -!towa'fdAnd 'how did the plainW1dow1'er' This I la the story"of Nocata..' A dos; and'inlnca are, 'well *ndoeapjf;>; u.' .J-;: >

n'--- ,_-=IIUU .at.whI.Uaad--been made up in by any means! This may not be the adding his private a.rareTa.w1I. klnseapturethefastMfeu --en tittlerivers=r; are sot atliered -oo- p11ed.Detweeetthem! :"te'stt@anemlle. \.

"""'"- ..a,.mall "I4 ...rn-. om.and.In..thesalMgdemoise11e <. same, Ab. EJeleLm". ..child. -!. -.Come! -,-4b4a-bad--beim--eealed-.tampe4-.aD4 Hawker T =* .-tbcri.be4 "t"-t'.th'm.ut-none sign .Hne-'witbgraat' ., -rtnn e.a ="I -.01-

- : Antoluette and Elsie, here keep by me. rected to Lambert he rang and ordered Coward "Ob, took him" out in her narrow outlet and,turn a seriesof framed .towers,. carrying 'aloft' their.;.;:_
, "What li the matter dear You'
assisted by the singing master were '* I his bill and a very early cup car and showed him a few hundredof water! wheels And'generator'that burden'of copper-cables,. each,with'.j.
performing a trio. Glynn waited till are not like :yourself. she' exclaimed, I ;
Re .
current : '
i of coffee next morning ber bulldJng lots. change their' waterpower intd electricity" powerM-a only the perfected ,-',
this to make bis bow the' as she came up and passed her arm .
was over to
"The flr at train for Calais. leaves at insulator
Howard"Ah, I .ee-a case of ; ,Carried over 170. mile on, gwitcbboardi/tt;/ "
' I.dy'of the house, enjoying from the 'through hla. 7 In the nn rning." said the waiter. love at first site."-Harper's Weekly cables this power U distributed tor most recent'yenrs jbave .been'.at; ( to,-,'

corner where he had stationed himself "Not like myself? You are wrong' "There Is an earlier one about 5, I the dally need of half a million .people contfoJ.-Tecl1nICal, '.WorldMagasee.A . j
an uninterrupted view of El lo'.- there" Then, with a sort of effort. !II !.
( think, by the Dieppe route, but you The Fold Bad Pirates. with their electric lights trolleycare.Iaetorlesand . ,' 1 -
face; which had..the rapt, faraway he went straight up to Deering and. gain no time, for the trajet la longer." "What' No promenade deck on mines, throughout, ,. " .> "if)'
look it always wore when she 'was said audibly in English: We have ,Noli 1/CCourU 1 -.
"Of course I will by Calais, returned "
go your old tub Indignantly exclaimed federal district'of'Mezicdmnd tbi
met before sir, have we not" Sir Betbell;fatteerrardoiF!' :.
singing. How sweet and noble her Richard .
Glynn. "Do not to call
one of tbe latest captives-a blusterIng mining region of El Oro.
expression was. No be would notleve"ner7 Deerlng, who was considerably the e" WestburyP'with'a'auve:
+ me in_ good time ; JBiiyherj,._ "JWhere do you._ expect -1t.JeQ\.Ir: < a post of s4.dooooo, in yJc; and.'aristately
taller IJOked'do"W'JrOD fruiu thyIneffable -- -
1l ini6srne 1ta feabifwai'uf. hl\ii be Con tinted. manper/-nevcrthclgBB-JieaiDCJ:: :
To < a man to 11retlii.lecl? accomplish. Ih'ind; tlje .
and her father forewarned. The heights of.hifasf bl I superiority gold to way., of' bearing;>kdownt UJlt| foefwilhalraortTsavage : ';;]
/ "Don't worry, )our 'Ighness, la of the- :most Interesting
;; suit one ,
and replied dell ra' i I NUac For'CocaJnt!', '
Le ,
/jtrlo ended; young Clerc pressed chuckled ,Captain&ydd. "After electric systems. of. the :world.. : yit;. ;Oneq'in'ttourtbebad'togollovr
"I have certainty had-tb.. pleasure In his charge to the bydro-
with !
forward animated thanks. Then Warren'Bounty the : ; ;abarrietKwhdbytdpde.| ;
luncheon I'll show board
you 'i :
there lay at one end
Vber. before .
:Elsie looked round, as it seeking of your acquaintance. some. years- Grand Jury Judge Bush drew attention walk."-Puck.: firered'- hi* remarksJiv'... "l101111

'some one; when her eyes met Olynn's ago." ,I to the alleged "doping" with a'.watee-nhed with hurryingrtauletaendleptng that tone, ;/ Now' lhf .the''nWAA41q"eo.r: :
. a bright; happy; smile sparkled over Then they stood silent, eye to eye i I cocaine of roustabouts by steamboat The Right Place For It. : cascade has'" subsided,**, mutmuredEtkf te;J"l"l

. :: her' countenance, and she made .,silent, yet exchanging deadly dpfiance. mates. The Judge statedthat It bad "Suppose," said the pretty flbbcn. the world!.for achain'otre.ervolrs their native beauty' will tell' yoni-vlioaor-io//'

!L At. touca ta hlm., He Deerlng, the most -self-pos come to his ears that the mates carFled' to the energetic dry'goods JVjro, Iii now es the gist ttM't: : ) =ArroniuC-"
'"' saleslady with.. dam" .!canals tunnels, and :pplines -. ... "
at her d-olth.twU-w&i1.Ke first to & npply-of he'deadly--drug / :' '.
.was lOon side. e8 ; saleslady, "the floorwalker jssues"snorder -. ."':'t' .;
by which, the Water ta.fe3, to .' -- .. .
to the
u have which they negroes in
gave .
iYoa. some pleasant news I speak: "
I that tbe ladies must'not NejUAw'yVhy"at.wed4tngt \
; accept
:' 6th' ,_
.' am sure?" he said, as he took: ber '"I fancy we have, seen some 1 liberal doses When stimulated by attention from-the gentlemen clerks; turbine .and'generatorAt'"' the' ..." :. !," t

1 !aa.nd. . changes since we met. Paris U nota the drug the capacity lor,. work: Is what .btl1 ife dot'" . '.- JWem .,'end.''W11ere' there ;was a great'city itoe..Jtobo4l7-:'' .

"a'", .!'I-ha..e Indeed" My father has,re.knd'b bad place to.anchor in after,*,waa- greatly Increased, but by the Ume the C:-"' .make-a oounterdemonatratioaptwmpyy.apgwtrgs -- I troubled with ill the Jlls-1'&tteJidal1t'I'DPOIL .give the bridegroom:&" ; ..r, '. ','

!.'!. turned;.. ha",EULbebera..x. !resentb. derjngJlte speetally when one has trip_la ended be ts a Ph.llca1''and: {'th4 Jrr: aTIackC'o1tnel-sdpply abCintueeop : 'i'Tbei'btMe"'Rould'' -.a'T"'

.' look so'welLt He. 1* so re-. so charming, a, comfsnfon as=Ml**! I;: mental. ... 'wteckMob1le'RegIster; food lady. Oaltlmore American.'. 'atlllC, Ade, saormotsrdtadva_ *, ;U. 1aIhtltlmor :'AOieziq o- '' .k"a
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iTkrfesi i iebbee Vatky (Gazelle. WhafJhe Kidnejs Do .

:! . ... .. HAPPY? NEW YEAR: 1We " '. "" ,:thM.ILLINERY, ';t ':-,

a;l 'roBUsnxp EVKJIY,FRIDAY. ,Then v."...... Work Kp Ue ,...,.__.. ___:u, ..__.__.. .._ '.,. : .'. '-; .f. ....:,' '
Gazette ,
? ;fc Qfflce in Valley Building.t .. Strong.-d ll*.lltbye r I ',o '1

t &18etrdiELOSCLOLACOUITT.PLA, 'All the blood In .the body pastesthrough ''" take this opportunity of. thanking our :

.4' i .- I the kidney onese.tery)' throe friends lor .the'splendid, patronage they .

.I 1f/II. HARRIS. Editor .ci'Prop'r, minutes.. The kidney liter the blood. have} during the past year," and. .
-..-, : They work night and d.Vben : be--favored: : ; .
I T T --"rn-T-T 1auBscRiraoM -v hope that we may with a con- ,
healthy they remove about AX\ () trains
.r > ) futmtmttoaHou - of- impure m tur"d ttyr "when- >iib' ,- Mtinuance-f4he u.mejn..1he..tuture, .:We..... .. :, --
b.._ .. ....,,,. . .
._.'r..watlu ,.. ..r.:rY....J". ,."+ i10aOn. Iio healthy some part of this, Impure matter shall deal with our patrons as'in the-....." G-K s +
O-.t....n.sth...:.... ........,... .. U 1. left In the blood. nIB brings' ,past-rgiving.them full value for. ,eVery dol- ', 'AR rn :
-"" ..........,' & un'man/'diseases and symptoms-pain .
All : uMpt trim: vr In the back.. headache nervousness, .. received.' Our goods will be found up-> --- \; :.:.. .,'- ..
.muM be tcMd. Iqr his.writ..r. hot, dry "Wp; rheumatism gout( ,'Il""' to-date and first-class in every particularand , -, ;.
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lUlMtrt matMv.wiB Mt ;r uriMd tialMfar. .m.f. .
el, disorder uf the eyesight and hear- prices reasonable . ," '
. IptTi dizziness, IrreRuIa heart, debill- -- ., .... ,
Aw. ', .... Ity "drowsiness. dropsy deposit in J. This is the time when"we arc.prepaunff ,
t OM Po.toffl In KlxbraM*. ,u: .
.......oCIue..u.Mt.r _..:.. FU.. __ the urine, etc. But It you keen Ltu.1I1.LeI.I &-S-j ",:. '
w.C w. .. "", ."., ..' :.,., ",.,; -=- I with" your rlRhTTyou kidneys.wTM"-h4ve -no'iroutrt H: FORDGOMIANYKissimmee ; ..lor'hecominE..sisason: ,. and, "_we .are' : _; 00 .. :..,-: .

:.FridavvJannary 1, 10O9. Z. W. Bass, south side, Klmlmmee, 1vi' clearing out all of our past ason's .
Fla., says. : "Ooaoldoe1 Pills M. 7>> :>> !H>> .M

Write IM900.Vi .- have proved of such great benefit tome -- r hats at reduced prices.: Many

________ that I .do. not hesitate to recommend a-relLtly. .
.. . theta. A dyne back mlt.-dl'llt.difficult WorksOPPOSITE .
'li.pp-N; _Year.; for me to get ..around also to .Wagon of them we have marked down to ac-. .. .
t ',-- stool
Roosevelt d Id toot jab, up a Teddy oorafortablu; and a food night's CHRISTIAN CHURCH. trial cost and many of*lhem wad below .
rest out of the Htlpn. .The kidney
bear-wben'be ran uTagainst I'ulltzer. was que
He'll cat all that's. coming\ him arid secretion were HO frequent In ac- Under New Management, with Thorough Experience-and UP-to-D&te: cost. If''you haven't bought your hat. .,
.tion that I often had to arise from six
then some before that Jew editor gets Blacksmith Wheelwright '&00 .Horseshoer: i ,..
'to eight times during the night I tried *. i
through with him
.\. 4 several remedies; also rubbed my back --- t come. in now and secure one ot ourclearingLip
r ; with njmenu l to-relleve .the pain, but. All Kinds Blacksmith, Wheelwright Work and Horseshoeing | IF. ... -
Patricia Van PaLten'has written a to no avail. finally beard of Doan'." a Specialty. i : bargains. .)
Try Interesting article. on how to Kldner Pills and orooured a> box from ,
manOrfe ,a bucband. What we have the Kiaslnmiee Dreg, Go. :They disposed .
.f beco Iwoglnifto) lo see in print lit an arlicle of the lameness !n my back I ALL'WORK: GUARANTEED TO.SATISFY..

'.j' to manage a wife.BowtClaua . strengthened my ki'irieys and. rid me of ---- -- II MRS PILLEY .
tbe of arising at bight. I :
necessity I Solicit Y I: ,". __end\ SprrckelH. the sugar cannot say too much in "favor of this Will Treat You .Right.; O. R. _
klo tf; his death did not state whether or For sale by all dealers. Price COceqts. M I 14 L, 4-N-E-R ---- .--
' not; he'left his son tbe receipt for k'ogler-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, 04rsrtw cPc 9a16C N EE N NN 'w 'tL iE
New York sole arena for the United .
weetearlBg white\ sand and selling. It
: ; for sugar. Stales. Me of ability and in every townin I

'll'lli..1 --- .. -'-' Remember the .name-Dunn's-and WANTED Florida to represent the .
take other.Opportunities.
DO '
..tttoP The sire! df the craft gang In PittsbureT "I --- -

It srrowlm larger each day and Florida Life Insurance Co. .1 .---. &J l .la J&AA.- __
I if the P ntr"8111 kept up it will not '
.-. 'toe>> a Tear \before every man In that in Osceola
{. smoky t&wrt will be eligible for a term j i Write at Once for our Agency Proposition.We .
I, J 'tatbe pen/ --- [ Ideal Fertilizers r
.( __ County. Can Help You. Make Money. 3

The rlrl* in Muakogve, OUla., have _. '
'Address C. E. CRAWLEY (Agency Director.
: .t
formeaa "
"Lamon Club, the meml
ship beingeonflned to those who have 4fi BEST AND CHEAPEST "{:
. been Squeezed by a man. There is no Twenty-five' thferOSand(i acres pine FLORIDA LIFE INSURANCE CO.: ,

"reason to doubt that every girl In that timber railroad at $x.50 peraArrror ". .
I"a. .... '\ .state desired. could... become a member. if she so land and timber. Splendid <<=:<
\ I I; location for. colony or game formula exactly suited to the product for which it U recommended i It }

Our Baeroh.nt atMfrtbenew year preserve. -- -- 4 and, thoroughly) tested in both laboratory ..

1 with goyd. fMsatBFT7..rwl .\oCk..or mer Two Broadway lots near the and field. They are worthy of their'
<< .
M CTrsuaiclent to. conduct Fraternity Hall building fronting IDEAL. So many people appreciate this fact, handle {
money 65 :.we -
French Stle
1 "
ihe lr ba (hesse*,. energy and
50 feet and' 76 feeton
on Broadway 3 of
great quantities raw materials. This enables ,
a oontected spirit. We hope every Pastel $ .J
L other town in Florida is In the same Stuart Avenue. to buy cheaper therefore we can sell cheaper. Com '
:coll4 ItlO'a.. Lake front lot near freight depot *. \, << l '
tnmrrclomly low prl".10r retnadnlJy f.e chairnt pare our analyses and prices with any brand on the
.. .. (..1 qimnrrcU ; t.:"Ii'y poH.hed s beautiful. r"ldri .
I : ; good location for private dock, cclur. i'mhu..1 The of the Klsslmmre ) ; :RcVnlU :. "eVoVA.ior"V.w. :: t' .
Hluh ,
ooplU $&75.00. and very mr-Er'T I t.ilt. 1 vast store of :information is at your service. Write today. .
School IF.. to make a ark-mroilnd nd the but on accouni cf our treat: maniifacturiuir iaclttlir we I .
Ready for celery and Jettuce ell it to ( ,. Vliia wliul .
prope.tyraiV r rwin -ba kept 'with : yon or pat: chowa you you run a vebTbuyinii
< op Utrtcl From he but -
factory that nottiiug -
ma.ll eoBtrtbutlons from the scholars lot 147 feet square fenced chKirft. We make and rU chalr.rtght herein the boutlitoy '
w aDd with their belp. Here's hopIng:our ditched and in cultivation $100. .aa at lowest wrkolctMalc prii .. which a e.oa.vavlnr i .
x oboot will do the same. thing.-FlorlIndex. 35-acre farm near town) clay i what*>you thi of,amount al least. a toln third furuinhloR on every chair your you hornet, bay.. Can Thlvk yonaffori I !! Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Company r

'*.; .. subsoil, variety of".bearing fruit )not to...iil for ourfree Illuutrateil\ catalOKUe- todayand
take advantage of the big.a.1"10 rOver !
t TaU a*>a be I I. going to build up the trees buildings for two families, vac".dfrrre.t kind of chair for parlor dial..- i JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA
room, i-he, *, porch,office., from the rheapest
the south. Well
.Republican In Price $500 balance
party ; $100 cash I
l'R to the b *t.are Mown In the law**III..tre.4 aunilava .t
-twbtr-wltl-.obut -wUJ be-bulit-out OTietwo"and three years; / p l.ICael.t.. rprlee.IW-Far8l.vrr ha IIara.terd :. ..... .. .._ .._.. ___
.of tb* stuff of which Joe Lee Is made exactly rrpreeateilv or your mosey back. --
:Wand to which class of cattle the distlu- Ra1SI CUll rCntT. .a as Mawr...,.Mcs !attfu, s M pt a rrl,.N -

guUhsd heavyweight gentleman Is |wrftotly Correspondence. solicited t"1hNH1 NH1 NNNr---" '
Welcome._ -- - --....- --- --.. ;
'-- - -- -
The Duchess of Manchester{ nee School
.TICIeaa. Zlmmerroann, )vas been opera. KIAKIMMKK!, MXJltrDA NOTICE j I Supplies :,
ted upon 'successfully for something ,
; The Graystone i
s over in London. Tbe last time we saw REAL ESTATE AMU INSURANCE ,

dl'i Helena us) a. needing in \Cincinnati an operation she ,appeared for shortage KISStMMEe. FLA. I(BULLION ,BAR MINING j .'AND TABLETS. ,

of the
gray matter on brain "
Dr. R. Goldstein I ., '. j+ '.1 I
Ou Lake Tobop kllDra.- I j .
The pblnaman who repre.enta those COMPANY STOCKfor .. .
'{ four hundred million be yellow face at OPTIC SPECIALIST Hunting. 'Golf, Flshlnir'Tennis, !ShoUathtofr ,: toque-? } ,t ,I| .. . ," ,'.i,,!,'' ',.I".."',,/, ",,: :EXAMINATION, TABLETS| '! ;4., >< ,;I'"
Lb !Washington Is to raised to the t MADE : 'f' /.
tbba rank ot ambassador.. We don't know Cricket, Clock. Golf Baseball, I sale at less than one-third. the price : ESPECIALLY FOR
what that action will do Trap Shooting.Terms asked the OSCEOLA HIGH SCHOOL. ikissimmeeDrug < '
rood either by Comnaoy. Especial)
$2.00 3.60 day. '
p wb this or the Chinese nation but we have $15 to $21: per low price on large blocks. : <
noobJrcUon tothe plan, if It makes per I
Address,. Rox 1 806, Ocala Fla. t i:1:
,.ray body eel better. @ ,I
\* K >jW " *-'' ,
; -nT-u'i" ; janS4t
eto The eft 'of Stauoton- Va., has bsen To Our Friends: ---- .
--- - -
Cote and try a meal at the - : !
,br (V>verc*j a business manager Instead hotel." Single meals 500; :21: I Company !
6f aolty meal tickets $10. per
oaf and be has'saved. money to tbe taxpayers OF TAMPA day ... I lW.L. YOJ DOLOR!s "
and bettered the conditions of the'toWD. ,
: ,-- ,-""' vw .
.,,-There are other-towns we know Will be at Klsstiumee MONDAY and I ...aHead
,. of that would'be; better managed If the ,
''aslue plan was adopted. 'TUESDAY, .fANtTAUY 4th and i6th H. W. THURMAN, . -:

On next g Monday' !' Governor i i **Broward* (two days only ) with office r at PROPRIETOR. I II tbe Christmas List Will

will detractor retire are from dot j office.and never Some will of his be I THE INN __ .. .....,... -I REAL ESTATE.... "KODAK '

1>1K known outside th-eommuBlty In which I Eyes ezamioeU and flaste Bcleatlfically i 1 -A
Iran they; 'Jive,wbila. Brownrd's name I.I I
.v familiar to eveiy hamlet In ..America.If adjusted.. Don't neglect your KISSIMMEE FLORIDA .
'- Gllcbrlst doe as well[ as his predece I children's eyes. : For everyone likes pictures of the X
ae or>> be will make.the people of FlorIda Qf persons and things that he is inter-
a splendid Uoyernor. : All eye troubles, nervousness and
ested in.
+ wly Ii G. .F. KRIBBS And anybody can
1l i leadatinea relieved.Consultation ,
good pictures with
"Tb Valley. Gaieite ha certainly
;dons wonder for this seclion. Every and ea&m' free. l wtwtrw.wr ATTORNY-AT-LAW a Kodak.

day at least one. person gel' off the Oflto hours: \0 a. m. to 4 D. m.J.H.REDDITT. Iwo.\d/ 4prww.e1T.N M Tw coo N vita ofp.r1 1b.
"*-tram here ,to Investigate a* to the kq/orrar..a r.oaa00.00M Office in the Court House- Kis-
,truthfulness of tbe Gazette stories and I e. a T 1 taaw.Ir. h oltb I simmee.. Florida.

In almost every lastanceexpress. themmlve ItY t.o\r.d,.. .toWlyyou I Kddaks and Drown Camera Stoji
.' a* hlahly pleased with that town w.wm... Ioe..t..fwkw .. : With whom will begassoolated io the at our.
Oar sir .1 A.NaI e.
:and county; and in a number of easesproperty wraIs ,. trial df causes the .law firth of +. i from $2.00 up. .

has been purchased and In ... a a IWlllnr a oo, Massy & Warlow of
other the parties have .left saying it II.M.1 1 IIa. OSCEOLA PHARMAC
was) their Intention to return and lo-

cafe in..this community./ ;" Such ..Lat.e6uYP --- _. _. __ __ ___ .
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r 4& to a npr8aentaITe. 1 .nf JR. J. W. !SIMPSON h __ _- __ .
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.hie week by a business
",tetdf..tour town W* are glad if we E. H.. FENMELL DENTIST. -------" ---- *%*%%% #
twT&been tb*means of bringing,.about. \ < >

.J.... VMJre wholesome condition of affair Upstairs in Kali Building. C, At CARSON, PfMidtBt. ? .. C. ARYAN, Ikc..r' >
SShvlhlJ cUon.:Jtpv; >tiWioply=idid our l-n ....mI2.m '
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H sltityY which we wtlfoonttnue dO r- OeneraiRepaiFShopr- otj ; U ou..$. -
f i:3o tofi p.m.-
.'. .Jong a* we ran the Valley Qatette. '
i;.' -?} 53 4 Telephone No. 16 Jun 6. Irr

..t t --r--:ifkI..tIfIG. 3paskl.geonil.ts Shoes, Harness and ---- .- Waters & Carson !
..... / :prnlflhiiMnt oiily when a I :Saddles Mended W. W. CARSON D. D. S. Grocery Co.'
fj:, child 1* actually bad. ''Some mothers .
; wC.cdurt &,, ''tblok thi all crying I.-bsdness. It's DENTAL PARLOR -- - ---Wfc.l._l. ua ..t.ll Dealers I. '

*fi nol? 'When your baby cries, look fort Broadway. (Men to Sunny RIVER BUILDING |
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"1' liML or *OWexternalcause. ; if YOU OVER OACCOLA PHARMACY t.GROCERI
t F1 .forb canl find them give the baby White' JEWELER AND ..L2."oOUIfTTAOIIWTII s
', the chances. South Stables. TO /rata ,
Cream Vermlfug a* are : OPPICB HOURS ) If '
cbar l' WATCH REPAIRER. .1 TO ... '
.lt4a-aiUrerlwUromworrowhlch . ,
let e'(>U hungry and oru.-.ll"'lme. Can andsee- -my- Line-of Watches. as.8r,8ue. ; auiiijk '. - '
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rem ''Fleaaant to take-*ure ,i.' Its action. r FOB
, lye t'Price 25'cent.' Sold by Roberson' TILLER E 4I!
w Any article of Jewelry Promptly Ordered H A Y-
rpjimrtnacy,,! : *" ; ? upon Request. I Celebrated J I CRATESGRAIN ; I IClrcaUr
.. Fertilizes
, prphl '' ' Edison Fhonoxaphs and Records. 1 Real Estate Agency WINNPHYdICLAN :
' \: For Sa<1r .. W. r- t ETC. !
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't.J l1 I acre* of land 3 mile .'from courtflMMe AND sUaOE8N. : o ......... ...... .
,. tl I o acre U>4 fence.-and orange Too Muck Face. Realty bought ::: ; I //f eu ... ... '
,'lohd. J; RoiDBMCS PHOH. sn.IOrricc :. Lta.lraaa: : 1
s I I%e* and tUnber. For ale_cheap; .I. .Jtou may feel as If yo"if haene! lacetoomany Houses rented. : ) -'
f,' elWf'ILe' to, 33ozi ..xl."hD! when you .. have neuralgia; : PHOMB. 97._ ; ;'_'-' .-'-_ FLOIUPA.PII.BBI -
p tob! 'I\.IIUI'! VI.... .. ;t> ,. Dont you? Save the face; YOU may "Taxeslpaid and Titles verified IrIJYE'S--
,A1OaI II., '' tr ,) . .. ,I" need It, but get rid of the neuralgja-bv for PILB8I PILES! .. tT H S W O "OSpecslo.itST.L .

}.lr, "'_ For R".. applying; Ballnrd's. Snow Liniment? Life and Accident Insurance. Blind.William 8leeUug.oditrhingplies.' Indian Pile Olntmrnt II will itxorM ours'I..

If'-: ;Bedroon>and .IttrntffoomTurntsbed, Finest t Inarht the world for rneurnallsuvneuraltcla ., the inmon&lIef"J the Itrhtng;at oueo. ....&8III : .
i.pI'db erwltbons'bosrd;Souuh-Kdm-' ., bu"hA. ulr. scalds, a pnINe4 inaunt roliof. ;, :"Ia DU Oountry ..Prod.u: e a. : '
: indemnity Bonds. Iadlku Plli illutment I lo php.rrd for .W I :.y.,
"f e7r3niLS Ctroa"hou.ei-.c\ppIY I.G ").,.*:.back: and..all pain. Sold, :.,. .. -- "
p..t'i:- '..MK.. P 7W; BEST. nozlS6.,, Ii''.. Pb f i ae1. < Iin................................. Itelrtirr! ol*n11h.prlTetot.IWI FburmccT.| end, "'lbun. alily --Ly-IhiOw ..: .. "' ,, -
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Rockers. aIr,kinds;;. Book .Cases., Sideboards-'Chink Qloseta:' .,plpinar Chairs, ::" ) '
.. . J "" ver Pieces,,Vases'Cups, and beauties."T $ ,Hors..;Druiti8,'

"" '*" Oak, Suites, Iron, Beds.,Bed Springs.. FULL. : Lfr: *E. ...... Cake. Plates.' Berry"" . and W t. ) : *and' Jo' CEJir-' !:,: "

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.iie Mbst.Complete- Line. of Crockery.EverBrought. to Kissimmee. % Complete Stock' of,Rugs and Matting. .nt. New Yqrk'.PrJces., .
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Our Cine is the Largest, Best and. Pretties, Ever in idssimmee! i and are" Marked .Low. .. r w

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Jfevery J tiling. Must. Be Sold-.Regardless .of' Cost: < .i8z Nothing to Be Carried Over'

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Klsslmmee. Yalleu Gazette Lace cui-Uio'and figured lawn at' If youwa.nt'your* house papered or""a I Notice'of Dlsso11 tlOD. I| % g I
ie cut prices at. Stanford's.For neat *lgn made,see Geo..A. Gilbert \ft'OR'flENT.Two VVW
A. B. Jarrell and W. W
Sale--Two rood milk cows. 'Ap- nice rooms, either ,
NO. ( doing business at. the Klsslinmee
TKLKPHONBT- 11 .,....:..- ply. ,U> Mr... D. p, Graham Jan (1-1\ Furnished or unfurnished. ApplY at the Co., have this day by mutual. I
Charlie4iverllreetwas: from Bar- KtBsimmee Drug Co. dissolved the partnership
up ,
PUBEISHEDOEVERY-FRIDAY! tow and spent a few day here with his FOB 'BALK-Lake front' -p>6pTly". extsfoln.- - --- s . s- w
-- t -BY- parent during the holiday' known as Okeechobee Ship Yards. All person* owing the old. firm
W. WARD. settle with A. B. Jarrell. All 9I
dec 18 tt C.
W.1. I'.Awreltl3.. I W. R. J. Overstreet came borne from baring -claim against. the firm v -, .
I New York last week to spend a two .Mr. and .Mrs. \V, 8. J. Overslrcet present the same to A B. Jarrell
I week*' vacation with hi..amlly. went. up to Gotha this morning to visIt 4 ?
OFFICIAL f slPO"JT. adjustment, be having taken over
Mr. ancf' Mr*. J. E. Moseley.H. .
AMTM iampaTmtuf* tm work andlns-.Thdra- Use Blank' Chill Tonic. Guaran the stock, flxtures, accounts and ; .
j 4f. Dec.-Sl. lens teed. Price 26 cent Sold by all N. Brattou first mate of the bullies of the business I 9 r..
-V ulll-B dredge Klsslmmee, returned to his duties Given atKlssinmee Kla under
Mia Rain. Tuesday after pending Christmas hands and seal this first day of line of Fall
"ouI.l. I fall Get your school supplies from theKlsslmmee with his family. ceinlier. 1110( $. . ** '. m
Drug Company. They Misses Virginia and Louise Makinson A. B; JARREL.L. ( itKATZ'S
III \ I carry a full )ice, and If they haven" are two attractive young ladies W. W. JACKSON. ( .. ) Goods for Men .-
1 4dy 1 I 47 what you want'will. order it for you. from Kissimmee visiting; the Misses W. G. UANKIN Witness. ,

a t: 70 tMSI 't., Mr.'Harry \\- Tburman left Wednesday l'oraon.-orlaodo Sentinel. --- .

si..dr. ... 7T \ for Germantown! Pa,..,..where be Mrs. K.' S. Dann accompanied her. Cure* Blood Stir Diseases, Ec; ; Women .
.... 7 0'8'" 64 Mi I 011Or" (foes to attend the annual meeting of son, J. A. Dann to Miami on his returnland ma=-Greatest Blood Purifier and.
erdq: the stockholders of the Tb.urinan Manufacturing / will spend some time on a If jour blood I.I Impure, thin

-" Company.W . visit I to his family In that'city. eased hot or. full of humors, It ;

"' '''''' E. Oversti-eet left today for the I Col. G. }o'. Kribbs went up to Orlando have blood poison cancer* ,( Children is now" ....
east. coast'to make arrangements. for this morning to attend the funeralof eating sores, scrofula. eczema, ..i
in a large crop of vegetables Mrs. .to;. L. Burnham, who died at. jng rUlogs and bumps, "
THE LOCAL FIELD putting n spring. He will \be joined lateK her home in that city last Wednesday. ftuperallng sores scabby, Dimply f open for your r
by his brother, H. E. Overlreet. Rev. Father Fox of Orlando will ulcers bone pains catarrh .
; Klssimmee afternoon, tism, or any blood or skin
'ome to Sunday I
i ii Mrs. ( K. Jones returned Sunday
take Botanic Blood BalmtB. [i.
3 80. Will have
January on train
i night from a month's visit to relatives Soon all sores heal aches and I I '
4ytyNN service at 7.30 in the evening and say .
in Ohio. She had a most delightfulvisit and the blood is made ,
WadeTlb Tun r.' Orlando. but Is glad to be back again and mass on Monday: morning at 6 o'clockIn stop rich. Druggists or by"eJlpre.pure II (I 4
the chapel at the home of Mrs. A.
Dwellin rfor; -renwapply 1.0- ..M.Tiller. enjoy this beautiful ,prlnff-Ike] weather. . Tress .--- -- -- J argtbouJe_SampJelreeby i I -- _ _N _
\ She found the snow and ice decidedly Blood Balm Co... Atlanta Ga.. ,
uncomfortable.J. . Prof. R. M. Evans and bride passed B. Is especially advised for a
The Home Store are agent for the A. D'annrame. up-from Miami and 'through Klsslmmee. on lobe afternoon deep-seated cases of blood or skin I
White Star Laundry, Phone 154. pent Sunday and Monday with relatives train yesterday on their way to Tampato eases, as it cure after all else
John Floyd has moved his family and friend here. Joe I 18 an old spend a few days with the Professor's Sold by Kissimmee Drug Co. I
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from Peghorn Into town. Klsslmmee boy. 'and his many friends parents. They are expected here -'--' --'- .
here are pleased to know that he I I. enjoying next Monday, after whichthey will be A.T COST. .
Captain French of Narcoossee)/ wa ; a,full measure of prosperity In at home in the Chafer cottage. t;
.wiakosaatown3hle Neek_ bia-adopt.e'lLhome.-.MlamJ... _ire F.Q, ,_Tatman Is Jn receipt of a ,
To-Mv-Frienda and Customers ..
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from letter from Beqtbnniarbor; < .. -- -- .
Miss. Vivian Lee I. at home Mis Dorothy Beet returned to Orlando Please allow me at the -- -a---- ---'-Hor -- ..
Wesley an Female College to .p.nd the Monday after upending Christ conveying the sad intelligence of the'ldeatb the glad new'year to extend to
-oolld..,.. mac here with her parents. Miss Best of Dr. Bostwick, who will be re--:; sincere thanks for the generous ; ;
'Cut Glees Ware Klsslmmee Drug ha been engaged for some time as o n.embered by a number of our citizens I{ nonage you have given me In the Y
beautiful nurse In Dr. 'Person office, but will a* having spent the winter here few
Co. ha just received a 1\ and to solicit a continuance of $
'-selection eater the hospital in Orlando and take year ago he and his family having'I same. in the future :!
at U.-N. Bratton'..
the. regular course for a trained nurse. rooms
-.', Misses Ruth and Helen Jon. returned In order to show rav A
from visit to relatives In Bar- '' Flshlneand hunting panics can bnd O. Hatinger! and wife of Colliers- for past favor I have decided _
i, a 'I' accommodation at Shell Hammock town Va.. are in the city the guests of augurate a 20 cent discount. -w- #
Wednesday. 1 per:
tow on about 30 mile south .of Kissimmee on the Park Hotel. While the ,young beginning January 4th and ; ;:::: :
Jim Wlllson of Rollins College his uncle.spent the. KUs\roroee river' Launches, rowboats couple are on their bridal tour, Mr. January 31st. Twenty per .cent >r.. PHONE'NO.. 8.
the Christmas holidays with etc., can. be ,had. Application Hatinger i* so Impressed with the opportunities count will be allowed on..ll "
J. M. WIB.on'Jr. should be made in Advance to I this section offer that it is purchase. where U doe not tJ'
W.lIow''ln stoca. an plendldline GBO. B. TATMAN t probable he will decide to locate here price of, the article purchased. W. Griffin
,I of both pound and box s'atloo- nov 27.2m Rosalie, Fla.. and epgage In fruit and vegetablegrowing. cost/ ,

ery.-KUslmmee Drag C6. Mr. W. C':. Parsons was called to Wishing all a prosperous New . .. _'
" Capt.. and Sir*. F. M. Oliver andba- New"" York on business and left last Judge G. F. Parker received, a few I Very respectfully '.. ..
bv came down from Savannah. spend Saturday for th..t city. He will return days ago, from a friend in Chili a CASH STORE,
r Christmas. with relatives here. -i' however in time to attend the annual number of seeds of a fruit which, it was jnl-lm T. H. LA WSON, Family Groceries
Stove wood delivered in town ..t' meetings of tbe Leo-Parsons and Light- stated. somewhat. resembled an apple l {
t 1.00 per strand.. sey-Par.on. Cattle Companies, in both ; and which It. .was thought would be For Rent or Sale. wSl.JH'
18-tf KISSMXZE, LUMBER Co. of which he i la large shareholder and I well adapted to this climate. Judge Residential and farming t Fresh Meats. .
i Mr.: and Mr*. John L. Beaman ",;pent' also holds the responsible position of Parker has distributed the seeds sixty acres, well fenced at ,-'
r I Christmas wltk. relative in Fort My president.In around to those whom he thought Grove; house fully furnished -. Every Day al any Hour.; Patronage Solicited .
delightful trip. account of the decl..m..tloncoote.t would take most Interest in trying to !good order; outbuilding and y"L .
Jl ers, and report a our
I last week we Inadvertently. grow them.Rev. I implement Apply toLl ........,. rakaaJ rJ,&&uA..a.. #1k aDt, '
;; Post card album We have an excellent *,
line select from_full leather omitted to" mention that the second J. T. Mitchell the newly appointed MR.
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of the' Met ddl.t. "
Alternate for the general pastor r-
::1 boundOSOEOLA PHARMACY., i place, or
contest at Gainesville wa awarded bik church arrived with his .family yesterday :
''M. G. Waring came up from Lake- the juiifts to Miss Virginia Makln "and Is now comfortably-domiciled Stockholders'Me'ftmg. '
land and' spent Christmas: wan the in the. They were met S.T R"E ral
recitation splendidly
son, whose was A. providad br: lav &!JioIMUq
j family of his fstbPet;-tn-law* HOI J. M. rendered, and the judges found some at.the 1 o'clock: train by some of the .tockhokUra of UM Stair :Bank of [... _
i Lee. -. .difficulty 'in declding-aa to which toaward members and conducted to their new pa bald at their boakln. houaa la Xlul
\ Dr. R. Goldstein the well known,, first. place she or Miss Mildred ladies of bode where some of the good 8 the p.row m. on balnc tb..eood the 14th ThD"day":'"011J.susr.. I *'ri
. t will be In.Klssimme of the church had prepared for '"
ptio specialist, We have! just opened a full HaejdfT;; i
and 6tn. Bee bl*'adv. In them bounteous '
anuary 4th a repast.
'" I ,entloolnw the arrival last weekof Notice-of Annual: naTh.
> rrr, this Issue. Mr. Robert Bratton on 'visit to Frank Vans Agnew, 'tbe"oewll appointed annual m.. ins of th.. .tort Shoes
his son, H. N. HraWinl we -failed. postmaster. has received his the UnitI Laod.ronmany <)| Florida Clothing Notions Ets.In .
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express .. i
mention that. he was accompanied by .commission and took charge of the held at the ofne of lb. com pan 1n [ 4
at' o'clock 1 *
Ha. 11 s.n. on Tuesday '
Mrs. Cull and little daughter Harriet., Mr, Bratton. They are both Wghly office this morning. He and the retiring ivtn Jeep, nor Ui. itwth'U, ol director the .a-'. ,.
s in Jacksonville. 4' pleased with'our delightful climate, postmaster, W. L. Van Duror, are thVtr"DMW-tion ol sock other bu.lne.. # ..
busily engaged today checking Accounts eon* before the W, W "
and Margery find from the up
Mlsses'Uachet' Leake and it a pleasant change Dee.\t.leoI. -
KlMimm. tie. ie
Belle'Bearden-and Mr.. Albert Bear- winter weather they have In Missouri. and making the \I'.n"e.Po.t.. R BUILDING. ON BROADWAY :
den went up to Oainesyllle Saturdayto Mr. Bratlon la eighty-two years old. master Van Agnew will retain the Notice Annual .
visit re1a1."e.for" a few days. but time .bas. dealt. gently 'with him, same office force, and Captain Simpson .
Notice Is b.rebrlri..D tbsl the rtnlar of
of .goodeople
and Mr Barden will be found at. a hare the patronage of
A swell line of comb: hair. brushes, and he could easily pas for stity al meoilnv tape atoBKboldcm th.
tooth wrnhesVrubbecgood*, in fact MU Nancy Blaslngame, formerlyin their u.u..llliacea In tbe future a* in ona Cattle Co. will be bold at the poles Our, prices are as low as the lowest' and our
lo Klwlmmoq City, Fla.. 00 '
.1d all kind' of druggists sundries at rock: charge of the department of expression the past.About I day oompauy: ot Jaaoary. 1 OB, tba.,...* ... good is. the best.. Come In.and'?; look: around:; '
i I P oLttm price at Osceola fharmacy. In the Osoeola High School, and 2 o'clock this morning the I TuedaT ID rant 11\0.:1': .(tb* boar ol 3
... In now"-holdiug a similar, position in the residence of Warren King, located In p. m BDLIXK-K,
Klsslmmee Drug Co' are 'Just KlailmmM. Fla Dee.:24, IMIS.
{4 receipt of a fine line of cut glass ware. school at Arcadia, ha been spending: tbe western part/ of town, taught fire CER & SONo'
- such as vasesr-dlsb.s, pitcoer. etc., several. day with- friends Ip town this and was burned to the ground with-its : .
; entire contents The family did not HER DOORSTEP
which 1 I. being old at. yerlo.- loes. week. Besides being an excellent LEFT 01
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t teacher Miss Blaslnganie possesses : awaken until the fire had gained such I
, Miss LUne Hick, who had been an attractive personality, 'which daring headway that it impossible to save FOR; THIS ) W; WEEDON ": ;

rg visiting relatives in Bariow* stopped j her sojourn here endeared her to anything.. Tbe alarm. was given, but . Uhe",_ ,i"1eo&e4 your Kldn.'r' Have"01; ';
_ov rheratbieweek.fore: >ort vlslt. tAJarg zej olt.offrleOd who wlUJaUfays very few responded "a* U waa.thaugbt. 'iira.A. G.Tueoa.'af.LlYerlD. : ,um .y.wora-I'-. arttant 'Lad IJ- :
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8'. with lh.T.mnyoTli'en1l1cteo be pleased to ext.iidtohir.acordial = Lb"Dontlnaattoa 'of the damonstraStratton wrttosF'7=i.lk84 aFtr4m::. __ .xaeeyea'.,tos-lwteLII'Wdwh..k.aww-aw.-. '_
Hick, en route to ber home In' Georgia. welcome to Klssimme made at midnight lo celebra- step one day a little book; ID .. Throat.;.... bladder ___.. you a flabby sppes.._of tba ';J"
tion of the paislng of the old year. loon became muc V sees. ..peoWlyunderth.eyes, Too ,reqa...(
Mrs. O. Hesse Jacksonville very '
.Ct wai taken to a darir. M par nrtaaf If..., WlUtant. Kato.;'
The annual meeting of -St. Johns about ten days ago for surgical Tbe Crltchfleld Company,, "which, My little cliT of five rear 5iof .. American Na pUUwiu our. 'OQ.. '-.' -Oaeaala PkarOsceola '
Guild held abthe home of,Mr. treatment. Sunday of last week 'presents "Deadwood Dick' In'this been, troubled for a long time PIioDIIIIo.
- Mating on Tuesday afternoon, January she was operated upon at St!. Luke' I city\ tonight, carries an excellen': 'an loss of appetite, extreme Building, Tampa, ...
1, 6th, at 4 o'clock. All Interested hospital since which time she has been which treated( e'"e town t.. New Year and undue fatigue. She was all .
in the work of the Guild are earnestly in a very critical condition. Several serenade uavbrfc.u.uc the principal delicate County it
down and In
urged to be present.. day last. week her life was despairedof. streets at midnight, making the air a very AKERS. ,
"Thl little book wa
I have temporarily opened my optical Messages from Jacksonville the resound with the strain of "Dixie" very
parlor in J. H. Reddltf. Jewelry early part or( the week however, 'state ",,A Hot. Time" etc. This, In conjunction hensively written, and told of Abstract Company
.store ..qd.m prepared to fit glasses that she has rallied. from the effects of with the whistles, ringing ofbella method of extracting the Bank and Trust

end look after all -kinds of optical 1 The operation and.-the; phTlciaBive. .. end other welcomes paused : ment of tbe cod'a_liver-from Phone.13L .....!:-..- __ ,
work In the latest" approved manner. very bopeful report and believe that many aleepy-headed people to sit. up eliminating the obBoxlou ell Porcelesn work a ---s:' H.-BULLOCK.-MANxoIR.
P. Q. WHITE, Optician. ber-recoyerlm be a matter of onlya and lake. notice that a New Year bad so bard for children to take. , I _/
'FOB SALE-Two good Jersey cow, tew weeks.-DeLand Supplement been born. 'JustthetblntVsaldL" 'for my Real estate , r
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16 quarts each and one Jersey Last-week. Lleuk-Col. W. E. Cad- The Meaaeet Maw In TOWN daughter,' and 1 Immediately( arrangment in ..d. Title examined and reported on
r Sultan of St. Cloud, and her bottle of Vlnol. It helped her Taxes paid for non-resident*
received the
man of Narcoossee gratifying la the one who always wear a frown, a _.
( bv,. Chancellor of Runnjmede.. Intelligence that. his son, the ie-cross :and disagreeable and if short. derfully. She has gained FLA. Instrument drawnCorrespondence relating' real>estate"
ar an teed sound and in perfect. Rev. Q. W. R. Cadmsn, B. D., of and sharp to-his anbtrer*. Nine cases flesh and strength, and she carefully
P.A.VANS AGNEW Agent Austin, Texas, bad received a call out of ten I..'. not .the poor .fello,"' take cold halt so easily."Iamextremely.grateful. .. '.Solicited

irsr -Ailen- Thome room Tamps. tUld-had--.bMIn-appolDted- .... fault.t -- the White Star
Hansbroogh. came up R.V. ,Bishop G. H. Ktosolvlng. 1>.. D., make him feel so miserable-he can't her and I hope- : ai'llie-Home ri "
Saturday and left by team for a week to the important rectory of St. MWy, h.lpleloll disagreeable.< Are you in food It bar done to have the boy c"lll HEALTH ANDiyiTALITY 7'"
or ten days' camp bunt ID the southern Jlonstort, Texas. The Key. Mr. Cad danger j of getting Into that. condition? mother who have weak, 'just ring up 164 and .MOTTS. N_aVIN': /lCL.. ,f ilt.1/"
of tbe county- These geotle- has been tbe five Then taking Ballard' ailing children will be benefited b | lit and/callfed .'lor '
part man for past years start at once our Th treat Iran ao men are both keen"and Indefatigable; chaplain to Bishop Kinsplving nod. Herbtne for your liver-tbe cafe, sure experience.and Juat give Vlnol a wOrk 1* all doe In ..d prod. mtrciwtU, and .' that. will secure build op the.T ..., vwerwe" tb. aormalviv ",
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:';: EW: ARMS FOB TROOPS ? 8JtTE tOEAf/IHlCSr/ ( HANDLING Atw""G. 'THE GIANT 'GUMS OF OUR COAST: DEFENSES.: ;'" THE PULPIT. arrested la... ,.the"'before"Hls ,.

Thom) I;..Considerable ss1k'aclfon: crucifixion...Peter draw aword Jn: ;-"..
not to 'I ... His defense Our-Lord thus rebuke .
Modem say j-ojoldfig along the' East
; Jl Weapons Have 'Been him: "Put thy sword Into its scab .y ;::;

,:;$ ,Received at State ArjenaL Coast over tbe news that The work: SCHO'LARUY, SUNDAY SERMON BY bard., The chalice, which My'Father ..iF'l

on-: that"monumental!"' enterprise, '"the CARDINAL GIBBONS. bath given Me,, shall I not drink It?" ::

rf TO BE ISSUED ONCE East Coast railway extension; Is to Ha does,DOt say: 'The chalice Which ';:
AT '
: be. pushed at once. Particularly at'' . Judas and Calaphas and Herod ,

Miami and Key -West Is there feel- Subjecti The Prerogative; and' Ropon the Jews, hare given.Me. No. .He- '/';.
-State,reNowE-Eql,JJkRgul a regards them all as the uncooeclousinstruments :,
lug 'of. exultation that".soon the road .lbilltles/ pf Moral Freedom ,
.r Array.-Old Arnxjto BeReturned. .- wlll,4e.flnished'ta.KeyWost. of God In the work of
mall'L.Je4empion.! ood.used these'
., road means much to Miami In its .. wrR y .rt 4,j2_1 1 P_ ; vtrtj.. instruments! for lho sacrifice. and -

y'M Tallahassee. .,F1U-Th Florida completed West. It Is'state--. and morn .to Key : Baltimore,''Id.. Sunday "morning< glorification\ of']Its Sony Just as a' t *' "

State' troops are to be Immediately<( the Island doubtful' that anyone in Cardinal Gibbon I1re ched.b11 regular father uses a scourge( 'to chastisa hi* ; ';";TG'
upplJod wjth the! hew mode! United city flre years a30: dreamed -; monthly sermon' to a large audience child and then throws it Into the' fire.-, .. ';
that It would ever lie' uaitecS'to"I'mply' ,- at the cathedraL, HI. subject I
States magazlnd rifle and all equipments "Do you not know says PJlate' to ,
which pertain thereto,.and UioXrag < Inconcelvabll then that the.,, > *VX' was,"The Prerogatives and'Responsi l. Christ, "that I have the power ot life v ",,.>//1
the mainland by Hnk t ; bilities of Moral ", .r
la to be withdrawn to follow the of steel. It was Freedpru .The text, and death over you?", "You would
old' Springfield Intb retirement. chain of key between could ever bo' ,was from St. LUke 18:31-48.:, "Jesus have- no power 'ftVe 'J4fe."-replies 'Our'

The new arms which have' arrived bridged and a. railroad brought! Into commanded the blind man: to be Lord "If it were. not given theoTronr '

at the elate arsenal, are the aame aa Key West The daring conception of brought to Him, and H* askedhim, above." ..

"those with which the regular army Mr. Flagler made tbo Impossible possible aaylngi/ What wilt thou that I do Blessed 1* the man who In every, ,., ; '.:.....
are now, equipped, and are considered and In a taw months that at for thee?' And he said: Lord 'that I occurrence of life preserve In hi*' ', ---'
which almost all I may receive Bight." The cardinal *
the belt and must accurate small would have scoffed mjr : heart an unalterable adhesion to
as a'dream beyond the 'realms of said: a ', and dishonor
'arm now manufactured. Without discounting realization God's, will through honor-
r the skill of the American $ will be an accomplished. fact. Is not be stpne blind who i I. entirely through evil report and good
marksmen, It map be stated that the With the announcement! every few FOUR STEPS IN TilE PBACTIpAl, USE Qff A TWELVE- NClI PIECE engrossed by the deslrfl. for earthly report In sickness and In health, In

use-of this rifle with the model 19u months of th'e discovery : of" nolher" WITH bIS>Ht FEARING CAnuIAQEJ. TI her and shuts his eyes to the pearl prosperity and adversity. Blessed !I/ . '

'ammunition and deposit or bed, of phosphate FlorIdIan I 1 dun raised its asslve -Lowered of.greLprlcetIc not Jus blind who he who hears the .paternal' voice
the now sharp-point- on carriage in position for 'firing, 2 -
is.waljewlng In the mire., of sin who
.. ed bulles td.'the United- Sthtesthe.'champtonehlp are not likely to agree with for God In the thunder ,of ,tr< '
gave loading out til sight of the hypothetical enemy. 3-dun-crew Is leading a life of sensuality which
of the world for its the statement In a Washington dispatch home the The leads that resound ever his head "r\: \
thrusting sbpt. 4--- discharge.-Photographs by W. E. to.melancholy and despair? Is
that "Florida Is ho who has this snort but
military marksmen Both at the reached'-their deposits", have I' Adams; In Leslie's. "'-ti OPt be blind who Is bending all his henslve'prayer often in bins heart
matches In-Caaada in 1907 and again. maximum. They: may -------- energies to the acquisition of honor
his lips: "Thy will. 0 Lord,
think in on
at the Olympic matches 'In England so Washington, but State and
this -, Geologist 8?I lards says in his annual Ve-tVater Clock. fir hardly .a very trustworthy time- fame and when he acquires It. It done! Thrice happy are they who
year falls to
An Interesting fact, which Indicates report, speaking of the future of the The measurement of time by the yteeper; but as exceedingly Interesting heart? Js satisfy not he the blind cravings who looks of his can say with -confidence: of the \ ,'.

; the .extent of the support and encouragement phosphate Industry In. Florida, that trickling of water or sand from one old( curio. It has a'very prominent to heaven and contemplates lbeWOI up apostle: "Who shall"separate us from

which Is being given to the "It Is safe'to say" that It fe still In Its vessel to another dates as far back as place In a certain ball. : of creation, but discern not 'the love .ot to Christ.His will.and"Sb a all"loyal trlbu.attachment .

organized militia by the federal government Infancy"both In the extent of pro- the days of the Uqbylonl n The The small cooper-Jug hanging on the existence of a Creator? Is not he danger
lation distress or parse-
la that the 'value of these*. duction" and in the method of min clepsydra, or water clock was in com- the right-hand Bide l Is used for filling blind who sees' the hands moving on cotton or or the sword or? I am; sure tbat
stores Is nearlyxt&e.OOO! and that they I ing. It Is apparent that en Industry : the clock-work but
mon use ,both by the Athenians and the cylinder.-Philadelphia Record. time falls to neither death'nor life nor angels nor
are Issued to the state without charge which l Is still In its infancy cannot Romans /ind was employed In courtsof recognize the Invisible Hand which principalities n'or powers, nor thing '.
to' Its allotments under ibe regular at the same time have reached Its keeps these work In motion T Is not
law to limit th'e length of the present nor things to come, nor
Tederil apWOpi1attineiotwhe-eupperb 11aJQnt ,, __. Larch 2000 Years Old. be blind who counts the days of his ,
- '
' pleadings. Thu8 allowed height nor might nor any other creature -
_.a counsel. -
,of the mllltla' Messrs. Thomas H. White, A aPaino so "much; water. Instead was of, :_ Italy xan--boast-Jof-! larch- tree y awe
The Issuing of'those arms to the I and W. 1.. Hlodgett who re' the ago of which is estimated to be the ocean of' eternity tbat the charity of God." -
state troops, and of the new olive- cently' took a crew of workmen over should say so much time, to address 2000 years. It Is situated on the lies before him

Irab woolen uniforms which are to the road between Daytona and St. the court. Clepsydrae were also I the Now Christ says to each of you .
northern flank of Mont Chetlf, In
be supplied to them In January will : Augustine, and also over the road between used by the Romans In their 'camps, what lie said to the blind man: Whatis I HOPING AGAINST HOPE.By .
,t mean; .practically, 'an entirely new Daytona and New Smyrna and cnlefly ,for the purpose of measuring direction of the huts of Plan Venl thy will? What wilt thou that I .

outfit, which Is, naturally, n source of reconstructed destroyed bridges, repaired above Courmayeur a few steps from do for thee? the ntiP.: A. HAt PIN,
much satisfaction to all In the military approaches, filled bolus and the footpath that skirts the limit of How sublime Is the faculty of free

service. rut down bashes that obstructed tho the meadow land. 'WIIIt! Is a gift which distinguishes St. Angela's College, New' Rochelle, .. .

'Ord-ara have been Issued from the view deserve the gratitude of all mho Due allowance being made for the you from the brute creation; for man N. Y.

general headquarters of the Florida use those roads, especially the motor extreme'slowness with, which the joys Js the only creature on earth that en- Who against hope believed in hope. ",

State n-oopk nt Tallahassee, coveringthe : ists. These three gentlemen are winter larch grows, for the -altitude above moral freedom. It is a prerogative -Horn ana 418.: ''*,
Issue" of the new Springfield rifle residents of IJayloua and enthusiastic which which you possess In common lathe -
sea level (1650 meters) at It with the The most wretched of his species ",
a to the Btato m1110a.I motorists 'I| Is rooted and for its northerly exposure like to God angels Himself and which God makes and you the I man without hope. lie Is mql'ethan

I OYERNOR'I I GILCUK1ST TALKS Bids for the <,on trutclon- of Pen"arnla'R ..liizMl In the near neighborhood of angels; and man are the only beings wretched' .ho l Is Inexcusably -
proposed Feven-story, two. ? that have criminal, because an offender againsta
_. the glacier, where the cycle of Its will. ,
t -- hundred-room hotel and dlvlh law which the apostle emphasized .. __..::
were opened
It is the exercise of the
: How It Feels' To Be. Elected Govern. development Is barely five months will that
In his masterly appeal to
the contract awarded to the C H.
or of a Great State every year this venerable larch, untouched saint from the sinner the Romans.To .
I have been asked to write upon Tumor Construction company nt Pensacola. alike" by woodman's axe and ,. the martyr from the apostate, hope and to hope always Is a command -
at the contract pride of $261 t r the hero
from the
I t 1 coward, the temperate I
$the 3ecte subject Governor, "How ."It Feels I would To utate He 0Ml. It 1 I" to -bo constructed of reinforced t "tt Jt r ; thunderbolt, cannot be less than 2000 man from the drunkard, the- E.I stringent that against hope. ,.,. __, 4r I
hone. The words
concrete vAt years old.-Scotsman. benevolent ruler we must believe In
There from the capricious
that it feels only "tolerable. ,
I- t'iM of St. Paul suggest a picture In which .
Molhomnn vote of v3 tyrant. If wo are destined -to he of
a forty-
..naturally comes the old question cave w'p it't
up and
hope Is portrayed supine gasping;,
i ''often discussed, in the 'country school three to five In favor of the dry sldo t i r Every Watrh u Compass. the number of the elect we shall owe while bends over It
In the wet .and dry content held In 'et' t our salvation under God to the right
Ion the Friday debates as to Pursuit kl' l Is and It into life and
That every watch Is a compass a use of arouses strengthand
our freedom. If
IJrevard The WE'ntdry we are to Incur -
Po..ellon-antldllaUon and real county county
.and The I fact probably unknown to most peo tho vengeance of heaven. It shall con>mandlngbeauty.. A miracle
i ization. five to one. anti-saloon
To that such Is the be dues to the abuse truly this, but within the power" of
froces ple. prove case, of our liberty.
to bo govl'rnor are jubilant today. The question -
Myfatherwanted and
religion and attested by
f I watch -fiat the of "Thy destruction Is thine own, 0 is- reason
wlimot be opened--tll'fttn' -jtOOn. layyour on palm
t- of Florida. He died Without realizing experience.
w phis wishes a baby, living Congresman Sparkman Bays that I your hand, will the hour hand pointIng rael.weapon Jn with a word, like our liberty is n ThatBuch marvel may be performed -

t at Quincy, Fla. from thc expressions he has "heard .to the sun, as shown In the accompanying I, In. lct a deadly which wound Saul upon we ourselves win- -nav, that it Is not beyond"the --- --

t 'Purlng the territorial days. Andrew and from the conditions with which b'yi or It Is a sword with which, reach of any soul-Is solace un-

Jackson appointed 'James Dnnlap of he IH familiar, he entertains little I like Michael the archangel, we can speakable. It means that anyone

4 South Carolina, a distant relative of hope that congress will have a gen conquer the Infernal enemy and win may bar forever against himself the .

mine to be governor of Florida. He eral river and harbor appropriationbill our way to heaven gates; of despair. It Is a trumpet call

Idled before he was Inaugurated. Ills this session, though he believes rb'rJnn Our Saviour told the Jews that the for highest courage and achevement.It .

+ grandfather Judge John Hunter a there will be an emergency bill. In knowledge and practice of His precepts Implies a command which If unuttered '

--jUntted- -States..-aemalar. _frjoinSouth! view ot the large treasury deficit It Is > ) would secure for them true by the Creator would pass by

.Carolina" In 1796. was one (',frny--'ay: cvrdenTTBaTTOTisreBK- dt8pot1I'd -, nX $ freedom. The Jews were indignant; unhe..ded.nut God wills It, therefore ,

(: ? joff grandfathers. So I naturally had to exercise the most rigid economy II e' met akt.ip thattheir freedom should be called It can be obeyed.. Through; It I
,J, 1" calls Tor a fight! of hope against Itself, .:...:
.. .one aspirations to be governor. this session, and many projects of the 'In question: "We are the seed of ; - - '
;t IIad ,I lived In tome other state, I highest merit- will have to wait for Abraham," they exclaimed "and have It Is not -a contradiction nor a paradox -

t:.. might have had other aspirations, aa more prosperous times. The great I'. never been slave to any man" But but carried! to Its ultimate consequences '

: 'G1I4 ;.01 George Washington's grandfai tailing off In the Internal revenue re-' j Our Lord replied that though childrenof It: means triumph !It l Is unl- "

43: tersColonel i Joseph Ball and one celpts at a time When the check' in, I 'Sl sket'ch. The point ex- Abraham they were In bondage as .versa! In Its application. bare no man .j

tot lames'MadisOn's grandfathers,-Col- our foreign trade bas. aerloubly reduced __ actly midway between the hour hand }long as they were In Bin. "Amen; I from its sway and eliminates no com-

( nel Edwin Conway, were two of my the amount ofthe customs receipts 4l it 4 and the figure 12 will be due south say* to you: Whosoever commlttetb bination of circumstances. It enjoin ...
tcofonlal.grandfathers. '., coupled with the past extravagance -, . :, sin Is tho -lave of sin." upon one absolute refusal to surrender ..
It is well to remember, .however, ,
save to the Inevitable doom ot us
Btnce nomination and election..I of the governmentmakes retrenchment Do not Americans sometimes talk .
) my ..
the time from 6 in the'afternoon
that during' .
; In ; -
(have nature avote keen .a Pp rectal a necessity this wayT We are freeborn citizens
greatalt to. A in' th'e morning:,, our and Moreover It finds a response ,In "r :.i
yield to-no
confidence despotic
of tbe of : power 'r
"t I'r tion Some. of the prlzewlnnlnapplel/ #rb man's heart. "Never dlel".II.! -. tJ)'1cry
; the people. I have felt + rule gives the north point instead of But what will\ it profit us to enjoy say a
given meby exhibited at. the National Apple -shovr '
i. the south.' In the- southern hemisphere the blessings of civil freedom as old... tbe race. All the myth"-: ,, ..
too the obligations imposed:upon me In Spokane Wash.early, in this If we rb
; best I could. Heart +ra !' the' rule will be reversed.:- do not enjoy-the' glorious liberty-of ologles reflect It. Christianity consecrates "" '
/ of doing the month, will be displayed the Tampa ; it. The, Old World felt Its I
:.f '/within and Cod overhead." From the State fair In February. At the Good Literature. children from of Ignorance God by which and we are rescued truth: to the New M was given to f
; at Diversity of opinions expressedk show In JudKos award can trampleon
Kre Spokane seven
| sid? What understand It. On sea and land on
I will It avail
I real. us to berecognised
subjects 4o
vfilton widely diversified ed" aggregating (35,000 1
premiums The Spanish Main. In... the public walks' f lit- every battle field since the dawn of
-, shire| that It Is absolutely Impossible to Competitors from all parts of th'e I 1 I -i-:; t o'I history has it been heard n
f" and
Main as Independent
'.. :-please everybody. One quite close to country. Washington which seems accurately the tour vigiliae Into which The Spanish meant the circular the circle of citizens If In There has never' been a mandateto

N. c Governor Droward told me I would'f' to have made the best display of all the night was divided. It Is believed .bank of Islands! forming the sanctuary of our our hearts family and in the despair. No matter what the environment -
we lashed
heartaches In the settlement Montana, Oregon that the first water clock northern and eastern boundaries of are
t f' {have many -apple-raising states was broughtInto as slaves by the demon of passion if how dark the outlook
:. , of the twelve or fifteen paying; NorthernIdaho and British Columbia : Paris about the year 1695), from the Carrl ean Sea beginning from wfc are slaves to a petulant ; over and above all Is the Inspiration

I of.: -offices within tbe appointing. power of. will all be represented in this Burgundy.: The one illustrated will Mosquito, near the Isthmus and Including ' ayes to lust to Intemperance.temper pride, of hope. What man's voice prevails

I" the governor. apple show at Tampa. Thus the I probably be a relic of those days. It Jamaica, St. .Domingo, the and vainglory; slaves to public opin- against the utterance of faith? Whena
#I" I i I.:am now experiencing the sensation fruits from tho-exlremo northwesternstates dated MDCCX. 1 Leeward' Islands and the Windward ion, the 'most capricious of all man says tbertf-ta no hope where is
: % or\ltt-erlnabl1ltyto, satisfy more than of the will be seen under his ? The
i ; country tyrants?! guarantee physiclaji says:
It l is th Inch In height Islands, to the coast JTeDesuela, In
'. &: 'one out of twenty-five or thirty applicant the same roof with those from the framework i Jesus Christ Is the highest "The man will die with the dawn"-
Idea of
; and the Is made of oak. South America. ]
:' *.:::There are, for instance tour extreme 'noutlreastern state. Florida 1 Christian perfection. He i. "the the man live yet. A man is in the
lt:; ..supervisors 'of convicts. There are will probably show Us choicest pro- The cylinder and dial plates on the and the truth.and the life." He came way clutches of adversity; he has lost his
applicants. Every the fruit show In the upright post areof brass. The hours all lo! the of his
now fully lxty-flTe ducts -at next to teach us by word and by ; oq fragments for-
: ;week add three more -to the list and state of Washington.TUe are marked: frofn VI to the followingbut > There Is, a lot of poverty la Manhattan Now -there ia any one virtue example.our tune he builds a colossal independence. ..

jtbere'will'probably. be one hundred January Aeogram gives an ao one IX. twenty-seven hours so Island, but the assessment Saviour Inculcates more forcibly than .

:tt. and twenty-five to one hundred 'and count of proposed extensive overtand j that the cylinder requires to be woundup rolls give (2000 in taxable propertyto another It Is this: That our heart History bal not chronicled every: .

"flfty..ppUcaD'-' these four posltiona. wireless service during 1909. It says once every twenty.-four hour It each Inhabitant. aid will should be In harmony with hopeful deed. Ships a-many de-

l .: So'far.* I know they are all the Eastern Operating department\ of -- _.- God's will. "I came down from spaired of have come to port from .

: "j'1, good worthy, and competent men. the -United Wireless Telegraph company THE TRIUMPH OP PCMININC ARTIFICE. 'I heaven." He says "not to do My own many "last, ditches". have been un- '. I. ....
'iI-i men want tb'make> posi has placed an order for two hun- ._. will but the will of Him that sent furled flag of -"Ictory.

; !dsome-, them.' 'on 1* easily set11 dred and fifty complete _t. of wireless Me. My food is to do the will of Him The hope tbat Paul speaks of Is not

.. tied, as I am strictly opposed to such Instruments all of which are that sent Me that I may finish His.w.ork. / supine but active. .It puts heart In a '
to settle man as nothing else doe It Is
'} 1 *"proceeding. The .only way soon to bo installed at 'stations to
the,question of appointments is to be,. established In cities east of thaMississippi. In exhorttng-ua-to make the will of of resurrection. God the author :.

'. r I settle a* best ,you can the question The Aerogram gives\ a God the supreme rule of our actions, and,finisher of hope be praised!!

and then put' many of the "applicants. list of the cities east of the Mississippi our Lord I* echoing the voice of His For from Him'comes the confidence
v which : "There is a
eternal Father. says way
oft the."anxlous-bench. which wiy Probably be embraced "My son. says Almighty ;
to go to God -give Me thy I cannot find It I will make it."
;1 i Jt* the tlme' approaches in this extensive wireless telepraph heart. He
L '1Tallahaue&) feels that his does not say: Give Me thy riches Thla hope, heaven descended approved
service. In Florida they aro:
old, associations for year will be Jacksonville St. Augustine Gainesville thy lands and thy possessions, fop, by reason and sanctioned by
but rare,0 these belong to Him experience cannot be baffled. To
thathe'will hate" already. The
/ /;pp changed asIens( ', on ; which to meet hisfri2nds ',hassee, Ocala and Pensacola.Tampa, Key The Talla- ,' a I earth Is tbe Lord's and the fullness hope against tope l Is the bash of char
-will thereof the acter. The truest test ot a Is to
., that hi* iuslnesi affairs world and all that dwelT. man! '
;.. be handled this service will include -
: to by
hope against and
;become almost* "closed book. H-t commercial therein. He does not say: My son, hope to pluck .u1teA__1
not only ordinary the cess out of the beart of .
look oat for agents to hauul4" ht* un give service of thy body'for that very failure.
also the distribution .
fJbe service but) -
I closed, business., {:'He' i-eallxe that he connection also belongs to Him. -"Thy hands," -
.;JI'! {; hiig.nnmH of press dispatches. aays the .prophet "hav made
.. \ -"\, ,has.-".p Bt *wauJrMBLhls with thewlre systemThepostmlatreaot. fashioned and The Divine AlL. f
h.s me. And beside .
,a d:Iwena. fullt'a-salt: 1a CAn.tft.I8. I bestow the we readIly ElUba on the mountain Hop with .... y
Berries of
e" he rei1fz lhatte-satght; _PoPce_ Ea'rk oat -brain
< Then Yl an Injwalt for -ti
; that h.e wanted it. and Mrs. Elisabeth P. Hasty who resign i,.and bands 011 one who has already army him seemedIn, aLpefLlQus
this poeltlon;
IIon. His '
feels grate.futlto ecPre'entiT. had held that office twen- rgalhe'd r irrectttms; But-He-Buyrr .p servant lost
l'hel1 e
wanted It bad/ Give Me [ heart atonce. Ha coirid sot Understand = ---:::::
thy and
all changes of the affection!
people, for what they-have ty-four years, through !$,
the '
his master'
sbo of thy will for this is all that calmness, still less
for national admlnlstratlpn. When
feel you
would sorry
,*4oM.for him I l 'his stranso reply "They that be with
;Y call
can your own this Is
;r want the of- and her husband, Captain Nathaniel ; the-only
r not
;. "! .a:govern Nast did:nort plca.e Hasty 'arrived at Ponce Park twenty- free unmortgaged property.. you can u*.,are more than they that be withthem'R ;

'. -':1eand a could not there was but one offer Him. Only eyes divinely opened : he seven years ago
one else see the Invisible host
arrayed the
J : that of .You should discern the hand
and of note of
?' 1cout, oasdhly pleaae. clearing grove ; I God In the side of right and against the forces of
-t. dally
be Facettl. secured ,! 'ly occurrences of life.
tried to Captain Dartoll They
1ur., ',' Pnrinir my life I Dave You 'should wrong. The courage of the good.In
. ,. --J considerate of the a homestead, and added tcPIt by pur- I r regard all the events happening .
times of
Q -Roofr thoughtful and Captain to you such as poverty and difficulty or danger' l Is not aa
most chase. Captain Hasty
eJaa * bleat of-the pro- / wealth.,.srickness and health, life and Inexplicable aSxit nometlmes 'Beams, '
their wld6w
citict anUolpate any Pacettt are both dead, but :: / I
. I 1'-- .. Bllonstrf : atliril've-at-Ponce-Pa'rk whlchJs.4as / death, even the affliction 'and perseruUana for In such extremity God's servantsfeel
,F tan. lange ID'' meInthat respect Owing ..arising'from: the! malice of j the nearness a| unseen helpers '.
the coast
I ,. . .r Itbe"tact that/1 .ball be governor yet, but a settlement on j I' men; you should regard'all ; -and know that divine.' strength -W. .
1 nine miles | the.eIT
" ) .. ' state of': Florida--Qovrf of Volusia 'county theirs V
1. .;"ha i great 1 say. trot asi accidents and real evils .
ft') GUchrist in Fensacola .Journal. south of Daytona. !ITb / but as visitation controlled and '. .
) J't-elgbt. thousand acre of land>' Gi. I rected by an overruling ', ,
t. dl-I 'Bitter '
t .:"Al iiiBT CHARGES ON'LONBEi.6gIM ,' near Safety Harbor on the Plnellaa :< u - They are links In the chain of Lessons. .'
, \t; peninsular, were sold recently to R. Immortal destiny; they are so many When God would educate a mane
t 11roadICommlasienAnnotiaa.'Degf.loppoYe I O. Peter of Michigan! The deal i* t gems In the diadem of your glory. He compels him to learn bitter

,f" _tT I"II ew.ltjhlnllChargea. understood to be a cash one and is' g This is the teaching pf the apostle, sons. He sends him to school to

,'Fl-r'f6g rsiIroad the-largest -land-..transactlonlbai has t/a who says that "to them tbat love God necessities. rather than to the le.E;
Ub -aek.aoDrllht.of thAt" state ha ruled been made this year In that section. all thing work together unto good." knowing all suffering he

lab |mateston J. railroadi' operating tit: Peters will establish a cattle f consider the recognition of this know_ also.the. eternal' ___con50Iatlo" ]
the -various Cella Burleltfa. ..
; such truth the highest Christian .
$U'hall not' ,cbarce more ranch on the property. Every philosophy .
lit:"' -, _awltchlog can 'of-_limber transaction means prosperity to .-.thecattle aDd .tbe practice of It the only ;
< .,..'for from point lA-tb trade.. :=whlch ought to be a substantial basis of genuine peace. Human Progress

fafrinn* la.the t..l1lncmIUIn,1h city ack- prominent one in Florida. 'and 'Bounds :Yon will never.enjoy solid tranquillity The motive' of human progress has

Mete'to br pl. bandied, overe'.UadtA'Of' another stroke if ihe knell of.the-old 'H..b'nd"Oh f : : till,-yen accept' with composure and ever been. a belief in 'lp..rltual..allty.. ,
(onvfU yards,",, when ,' say ''HUda. our'cireaamabrbas'CbarCedp equanimity b._yJaI taUon..Jfl1.\l:b Whenever that r
laek/-Of system pas
more thanove4tre syatenir'-or ; "" motive" has been
xm/road< or figure for your new ball dressy -> come from HI loving band .1
U_ twrage' ,'which grew up in the infancy superseded "jrogrelS.'ha" 1:8..d..4114" ..
I.Srhea aaJd auSvemenf railroadiK" of. the fata.-1 ' Young Wlt.--JIlOJr..ear. don't say anything about. pretty'figure n ntll X>nr Saviour Insinuates the sane Integration bas set la, whether la the j'

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;" ....taat'w 'the .wepftmonsy'panld
With the creation of fortification
W': ; you SS.WT
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The New .ngger" Is Lines Girls-. Not Lumps.. for tbe bases to* dati'or.the of marineswllPbe CbttArtillery. I Great yin ncrerLast'''"week.. **..

( _ __ not .0Uke'tlJat jibe ota '
l floor
I a'JO-cent plecq'rolled'to-the; ,
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0; ,1jnf9. o..t. onie'dar '
.: blalmedUI
street oar; and flre .women
., :: the Corps and the Artillery wIM ,- /rr

,. .. be merged: The tat:: n that the -To- .n Topics. .

m ... '., iJ. duty of coast ....t. wit*. : Mr.. WlnaloVs Soothing Byrop!. for Children r

; the Navy: 'peput that the teetbingaft.aatbegom..duee.lad.mmr
( touldbe
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',: the'NavyraUiwthan"of'theArmytag Wherever
('NE\1hiA 'QilD';, .
thistles tblnn-.
already Son d fav The garo/ea-of-life-tbe arsj. .
... :: r "..' some >r.; '
, '.- k tetkPlMllott .'..,'" . argument Is tjtat i the department -ed. :. .
"U ,;...,. ": . ; : .v \ ; OattOsly'
i .which stndle* method of destroying One "Uromo QnlrJae.
f Care For Caked. Udder: ha submits qutotly, to being "wiped 7 ;! ." e' shore wok) :'ts logically' qualified ,, to That is La ratite 'irom,0Hu') "".. Lo. "' 7
f4, and betrays node.entmentwhllebarneeeln '. ... /! "' of K.uW. UeecI the i
When a mirth cow has.caked udde over > undertake the ''df 'lor the signature
problem their do-
bit -- -- .., World ever to Our a Cold to Oa Pay.;
brl- '
It g-at accepting-the .
:- very often arise'from: ftng-UP l1, ----r-:; ': fOJlce.-I'rQyI48cd-) l. r rCharm

eomethlng bard-cornstalk: or a cob die, cropper,, etc, and decorously per : e .- Is, the peculiar quality ot'
J" '-and may cause trouble Md annoy milling all necassarx: a., rations) and ,,1, :. '.. lich cured la XDntantes by Woolfont's mind which reflects the. best of our 1 1ere.

ante to the dairyman,- A cure.'easy. attentions- .Accept no departure from-.I _ ( ,-8aai ..a.-\ ....h.. IIleI ablOl' '.

I.lIlmple\ and effective i* to take loOf, absolute docIlity of deportment, for'be ,:,.' GOING ONE BHJTTEH.Drummer rEEtcr

poke root,1'freshly dug and chopped, sure that It the animal betrays : \ : -'-Tour rival that ,runs tho Touts sn1N.. 1LALTlit: : : !

one. pint boiling It In one quart owater'until either. eicKablltty.! nervousness or :' House'seems to.b'e up-to- Tensalaahe.done ,wonders for suffer'
. : It is a well done mulch vlce ln the dealer's hands, he will be American ers from exroim*,teller! ground Itoh. erysipelas
:4'Apply; as not,M possible thoroughlyover far 'worse with you. for,':you know date. He -says be has turkey: auto InfAtt sore heap. obaps, abates sad

., .:ml the swollen part after milking :- you dO"!dontknQwaan4 he. wllL.know. ..-"-_ , 1 killed Iandlord'iBagle, every few!) 4&01.ll: ', ed other poMma" lu dlawaMS'ouroe have J.a ben awgrev mar--.*- ,

as .that la the surest and best you don't Snow-and those combinations 1 1u were velour and thomoads oi people aiDS Its -e
'i ,.time when there li no haste.-Weekly veil; trouble.. In the same way + that nlnt-much. Why, wild praises. MM. at druggists or by.mall front'
killed 'by aeroplane.:"' -Boston J. T. ttsOTTBins, Dept. A. Savannah Qs.he. ,
} Witness. see that he Is led out and put to the turkey ,

vehicle to r which he Is 'to be driven .., Post.'r. I '
} : offlceJ unter. observes the
noting each of the-. ? .
j i' To Prevent Lamb Colic. stage process game"law. -
vlewlng-hlm always with 'the 'Icily INTOLERABLETCHING.Fesrful Philadelphia Record knqws-no.
,;ifter losing Iambi for a number of: '

years: trom colic, say a.breeder, and critical eye'of the' Individual who - Ken-ma l: All{Over Baby''Face .. _
not being able to find any cause by does not (yet) own him. Excuse!: -1'rofr..lonal'Tl't"atml'B' Failed

careful.examination' ofthe. entrails I nothing and make no 'allowance for ,. -+.A Perfect Cure by Cutlcura. CAPUD1NE '

concluded the trouble Was caused by .less. If he makes a move you: don't "When my I little girl was six: months old

the lamb getting too much milk alIt fancy say so frankly and look further '. I noticed small red spots on her right

is always r largest and ,fattest -there.are plenty of horses, I cheek. They grew so large that I sent for CURES COLDSand
the doctor but, instead of helping the -
that die. So I remove the flock at ...' -. 'I'M- his ointment setfmed to make it won eruption GRIP, 5ITSSKRelieves

once to the-poorest pasturage possible When Are liens Too Old. Then I went to second doctor who saidit _th..ach s. andleverishnees.SOUTH ..

,, and the trouble ceases at. once. '''The following from a writer in the was eczema. He jilra gave me .n otnt C..t.l.e N.''''..........
I also find by experience that If theflockIs Southwestern Stockman may help to' meet which did opt; help either. The dis

kept on the newly sown fields !, decide this rate tpteid; all over tho face and the'eyes !I LANDS
question: FARM
the iambs began to swell. The itching grew intolerable '
are not so apt to be affect GEORGIA
In recent issue of the Reliable
a and it -was terrible to I r,
a sight see. TERM OIVN.I
ed.-Week.lyltnell". "I AMY SIZE TRACTS. ;
..... ...; :.. I Poultry Jourfttil appears a halftoneof consulted doctors for months, but they am tb. pioneer real .etal nan of South't
-- 'd twenly-two-yeaf-old hen that Is were unable to cure the baby. I paid out Georgia. Have located thousands of people. '
f f' Raising the Colt by Hand. still from |20 to t30 without relief. One here. .Iromrlher sections. I know the,people
laying enough to pay for \ evening .
; eggs and the ....untr)'. llaa... farina that jam* be r:
It not Infrequently happens that her keeping. The cut is accompanied .. :. I began to ".. the Cutlcura q. medie Th. nold. 11 you want the ehanea of your Ufo te
colts are left motherless while yet I next morning the baby's face was all white buy a home ehrap. addre. \; s
; by sworn affidavit as to her and
!. iiuteaxi->f-..,.,.l. I continued until -the- J. R. MONROE Ablwtllay.-Georgia., ?
young. Such colts are not"an entire ability tfo: still perform the duty of I '
I eczema entirely disappeared. P. K.!:
failure. They can be reared by handand the hen, lay eggs and plenty of them. f L- :...Gumbih, Sheldon 1.., July 13, 1908" METALLICHEELS

thrive quite well where the proper This ben has knocked the top off I Potter Drug ft Chem. Corp., Sole Props.OTjutlcura .

care Is given them. If the colt some of the theories In good shape Remedies, Boston,.Maw.

has had even onet- two feeds of Itlmother's tor. Just a few years back I. read an '. -_Slate valued at f6.019.I20! was quarried &. 4 ';
milk It Is well started, but .
article In the same journal writtenby < \ and sold In the United States '

where It has had none' It is In a worse a big one who made the statement i 13 SAID tti'PoJJi6LE In 1907, nn Increase over 1906's out. COUMTER! ,
shape. In.such case the bowels should that a hen would not lay more than f s
of $350875.,
first be opened with a dose of castoroil 600 eggs during a lifetime. The gent ToSLTi1OOWN put. Mat/oof \ hi-

and n short while after that It set forth the theory In a very flourish Piles Cured.;Gtc14 Days. Stool. r r

can get *1' first feed. To make' a sub- ing article that took a lot ot space ) Paco" Ointment guaranteed to cure any

stitute bf Its mother's milk take fresh and would: hate the dear people dispose -cartoon From the New York Press. .......of Itching. Blind Weeding Protrudmng For Miners, ;
cow's milk add to It one-fourth water of everything at the age of two Piles in 14 day or money refunded. BOo. Oaarrymtn / ''

and sweeten somewhat with sugar. years, as they had laid about all tho The Udal rise and fall on the Pacific ,""
FOR 1909.
This should be fed to the colt at blood eggs they would. ASTRONOMICAL CALCULATIONS .. side of the Isthmus of Panama FarmenlDdallleDJ (l

temperature four or five times a day. Somehow this rails out the state- is about ten times as much as on the Who Do Rough Work.
'After! 'the colLJs lew weeks to, amonthold meat made by a doctor a few years, Being Until July 4th, the 13 3d Year of the Independence of the United Atlantic. ,.JIo

It can 1)0_feil-a-UUla-oat- ago.who.aldhat4a man-at the age States of America, and Corresponding Nearly! To- ----- _Your shoe dealer hit ,

meal or other soft food. Even before of of Tho year 1327 of the Mohammedan era, beginning January 23. ANT1DOTK FOR SKIN DISEASES. shoe fitted with them )
sltty was no more use, and had
this time It 11'11begin\ nibbling soft The year A. M. 8018 of the Greek Church, beginning January 14 (0. 8.). That's what TaTTzal.a la; and It Is more. or any cobbler can put
better be out of the
put way. But The year 4606 of the Chinese era beginning January 22. It is an absolute our. for eosema, tetter, them on; pay for themselves Three\ J"
grasses. Although the colt must be strange to say, this same doctor The year 5669-70 of the Jewish-era. September 16, or at sunset September 15. ringworm,erysipelas and all\ other tolling times over. One-third the weight

started In very slowly on these feedsit passed the sixty mark a short time Tho year 2669 of the Japanese era beginning January. 22. ...- _. outnnnous d\\ .._ In aggravated cases of leather
will be found that they help won- I ot those afflictions Itsveura have boon phe ( they will never wear +,
ago, and has neither committed suicide The year 6909 A. L. (Masonic). I. i
derfully.-Qregor H. QUtzke.f : .. or invited any one to stop his The year 2662 A. U. C. (of Rome), .*? -_ / ; .. nomonal.permanent It Instantrelief tOa. at druffgUUor and effects by' out. They will make are easy to old attach.
i, The 6913 of the World (Usher), J* They your shoes
clock year .. >. mall from J. X. BHomims, Uept. A, Ba-
Feeding Much Cow. The doctor smashed his own theory The year 7417 ot.the World (Septuagint). -1'.,-$ \ .. .r'". -V. _, vatspah, Ua. good booklet as new.that Send tells for all r

__Mllch cow' j-equlre different feed and the twenty-t"'o--ear-old hen -- .-., .J.
,. VTGi1TMAIUt. boutthem.UnfUdShMM.ohtatrjC,
than beef cattle. You should not smashed the other one. Theory is cntnicii: DAYS ANI MOVAHLR FEASTS. ,

feed much fat forming foods as your somewhat like sympathy-very shal New Tear's Day January 1. Whit-Sunday (Pentecost). May SO. Wife-What was the matter I *..

cows would lay on -fat instead of producing low. Yet we must contend with all Conversion of St. Paul. January 26. Trinity Sunday, June 6. thought you would break down the BOSTON
Purification 13. V. M., February; 2. Corpus Cbr'lstl.) Juno 10. .. louse: .
milk. Feed more sllarfo or sorts of Ideas, but most every one '
MALL.. .
Septuageslma Sunday February 7. St. Barnabas, June 11. f Husband-I dreamed I was trying
roots In the winter. who has raised poultry knows that .'. '
Valentine. February 14. St. John the Baptists Junq 24. clothes In the
to"put on my
I Dally feed for a 1000-pound cow, there are quite a few hens that will Sexageslma Sunday February 14.Qulnquageslma Saints Peter and Paul June 29. "

forty pounds-of silage, seven pounds continue to lay to good advantage as Sunday February 21. St.-JamesvJuly 26.Tranefiguratlon.August. 4-- berth .of. a PuJJmaLHe. WARL.1CKSheeiMetalMprfacturingCo.' --

clover' hay eight pounds of grain. long as they stay in a healthful condition Shrove Tuesday. February 23. 6. ; I Drafneea Cannot fto Geed':' "

The cows that are soon' 4o freshen regardless of age. Ash Wednesday ,(Lent begins), February St. Bartholomew August :24.I ail! >rlonal.pplicatioDA..theycanaot reach the .
should be fed'on succulent feed, such -----:.-' ..*...i-.. 24. : "> St. Matthew Septembl\.JI1 ueawKi portion of fhecr. 'There.only'one ,
as silage or roots, bran linseed meat : Quadragesima Sunday February 28. Michaelmas (St. John and All An way to min deafness, and that is by oon t- 60, W. Alabama/St, ATLANTA, CA.

little Feeding For Health..It .' 'St. Patrick's Day, March, 17.' gels), September 29. ,, > tatloiuU remedlos. Deafness iscatuedbyaamOAmeU : .< Hot Air j Furnaces-
with oats.
a Keep"the bowelsopen
. condition of the of ,
18.Saints mucous lining
Is time dairymen took a more Mid-Lent Sunday, March 21. SL Luke, October. t '
and do not feed very heavy-on Palm Sunday. April 4. '. Simon and Jude October' 28. lb.EastachiauTube. When this tube in in. METAL CO NICES. CEILINOSentilatorfjSkylights ,
rational view of their business and
grain Just before or after calving. Good Friday. April 9. '. Thanksgiving Day, November 25. o.amedlouhaye a rumbling sound crimper. / ; Roofing. xWs
aDd when It II
fed tbeIr cows in .manner that would feet hearing entirely clued
After calving, give bran mashes November 28.Bt. .
Easter Sunday, April 11 Advent Sunday,
c-tnla toe result, and unle.s the inaammaUon -
and warm tbe drinking water for a' promote their health Instead of forcIng Low Sunday,*April 18. Andrew, November 30. \ can be taken oat and this tube",- I fN

few days. Allow the calf to luck for them to their very limits us is Bt George, April 23. v St. Thomas, December 21 ,toTe
about two days and then feed tho the case In maty sections where dal St. Mark. April; 25. Christmas Day, December 35. DAdentroyad forever. Mlneoooeeoatof teoareoauaadbynatarrh I FURS

mother's milk: from a pail for about rylng is the exclusive branch of agri f Saints Philip and James. May 1. -. St. Stephen, December 26. ,which Ie nothingbntan
; inflamed condition of the sorfooco. Hld and
culture. They are feeding too nar- Rogation Sunday, May 16. St. John the Evangelist, December 27. mnoon .
two weeks, about three quarts twicea We will give One Hundred Dollars for any
Ascension (Holy) Thursday May 20. Holy Innocents December 28. I Wool
after that row rations for the good of the cows. co oorDi>arneaM(oaaacd.bycaUrrhtthatcan-)
day reduce It with skim
; Agricultural colleges and dairy Instructors not be oared by D all's OatarrhOure. Bend fat I i (..._T.......B_...."Q.Ieee.e..
milk or warm water, so that at the '-," rlrcnlars free. F.Jlhlasay&ki<< ..ToiedoO CeLl..s.y.....Ra),MepArrle., ':
end of the fourtlD>oaweek the calf will are constantly advising Bold by Drajrgista, ran I WIVi Giver, .... We *e ........ e
be getting all skim milk or half whole purchase of these abnormal nitrogen Mercury March 3.8 and October 26-3f, as a morning star', rising shortly Tak.Uall'.family Pius for Ia I8i6-n0w luIeeMtrbii

milk and halt warm water, with some leous foods. Their whole' line of before the Sun; also April 27.0 May 3..and September 20-26 as an evening ...:;.; ."-... ..betlef ler rm.r .dr..sow .
reliable stock tonic to aid dairy wisdom Is one sided. They star, setting shortly after the Sun. Venu., not this year, but she will be UN NSWERA OIl v.-hr ..re4ea P--- '
digestion. ;. bright In December. Mars, September 26. At this time Mars will be slightly "Paw." k p
bins nothing of increasing the cow's 0..1. IW-aU Vito fcrgltei .....
Keep supply of good clover alfalfa
or to than In 1907 but will not again be ltuated until -
us favorably
nearer OOIIBUP&t1on.j
production at the pall without regardto -"ttTht" E*tmi Appusn. ..... -40._ ,
bay:within reach, and also lIoJ1e'I 1824.. Jupiter. February 28. Saturn October 13. and Uranus, July 11. '
ground oats, wlth-fc little linseed meal the kind of calf she will\\ drop. Cows -- 'Taw, If fslth will! Sabel A .on.-.

I, ml ted with It. that are raised and developed upon MORNING. STARS. EVENING STARS. I tarn, Tvhy lon't! It tin L Markt M. UUIIVIUa.U.

; After the calf eats the ground feed clover hay, ensilage wheat bran and West Of Sun. r East of Sun. -Puck.

gradually get him used to eating' oats, with good luxuriant pasture Mercury see "Planets Brightest. Mercury, see "Plnnets'Brighte.t." Known

whole oats, aj this is the best food for grass during the summer- will make Venus, until April 28: Venus,' after April 28. ,CRESCENT, PLOWS.Fmure Every
: Perfectioa.
him I better cows than those that are overfed Mars, until May 1$. Men.'alter May 13. ,
to sit months old. The heifers
up until 18.
Jupiter, after September 18. Jupiter, September
ration rich feeds.I .
on a or protein
f should not be bred until fifteen or Saturn, from April 3 to July 15-.. Saturn until April 3 and after July 18. Their are the beat plows". r made foF the work Intended and are eolttbl for
eighteen months old.-Dr.Davl'd Roberts will stake my reputation on this Uranus from January 7 to April 11. Uranus, until Jan. 7 and after April 11. reryllneol workon thefsrm. Llcht of draft they save term Iue street,
.fart We may not make as much and.economical In bolt bole. to weaken, no bolt neade to wear. -
In the American Cultivator. Hold ubjoct"to roar approval br IrttL' Ask
mllk.4>ut we will have healthier cows '-,' particularly for thw plow a& roar'.. If b*
Horse. And what we do make will be made TUE PLANETS.Mercury .' li out of m. tend lie bU.same and you'will beapplied.
., Baying a cheaper,. and our calves will be better . will be brightest:. (1)) As an Evening Star; East of the Sun, .+?
Never have a horse brought out, or February 20 to 28, setting about 1 h. 20 m. after the Sun being farthest CALL-WATT %
than they would if we fed narrow CO. VffiBS
I : THE !
up or you but go to his stall East of the San March 1. :
and Investigate for :yourself certain rations. I don't care on* particle ((2) As a Morning Star.West of the Sun, August 18 to 28, rising about

details which once you know .them whether ration Is one to four or one 1 h. 10 m. before the Sun being farthest West of the Sun August 12.
to seven as long as it does the bus There are no.brlghtstars near' where Mercury ,.,1II'b. at the. above
require no special acumen to decide
D.... tlniea. Look for him near the sunset point of the horizon. when an eveningstar Excellent
,.....Jnpon; or to be awarepf.. writes F. M. The average dairyman does not and near: the sunrise point when a morning star.. Ke will be redder and Opportunities

'Ware, In the OuUnt Maculne. For employ: methods best calculated tp brighter than any other objects in those parts. Few people ever see thud
Instance is there grain in the mangerand planet, so rapid are his movements. This Is because of bis nearness to the
the best
give results in breeding. .
the hour tor' feeding some time Sun whose overpowering light mast be shut put by the horlson very perfectly
J past lie may be a bad feeder, ner- Some dairymen will raise ever:" heifer even to see little Mercury. when brightestCIifONOLOGIdAL'CYCLES.. -For Desirable Locntloris on the 'Line of,the-, !.
calf born on his farm, while another ,: 5.r: : o-j
delicate-well to'call the veter- : -.
dairyman will| not raise any.. I. 'J" ".....cflPionysianPerted '
'inarlan's --attention to 'this point. Is- .. i : iTUNIABIRMINGHAM & .AILANTI1HAILRUAILTRAVERSING : ,

-..the'strawunderthforefeetunuecr; 1a1L e.J.oIIl1..1q,4j.u! : alrrPlen i -Deminteal-Letter-------? -. . .. . .q---22S _. .

ally trampled or brokenT Maybeone make> some exchange of calves where 'Epact-Moon's Age Jan.: 1. . 8 I I Jewish Lunar Cycle. . . . . 7

of those Irritable neryoua "weav- by only the best calves from high producing Golden Number . . . . . . 10 ,Mohammedan Era, Year. . . 132'7 PRODUCTIVE v GEORGIA AND ALABAMA.

. cows would be raised. Solar Cycle . . . . . . . 14 (Begins Jan. 23. ) -
ers" (horses which constantly sway In this way the dairyman who had Roman Indiction . . . . . 7 I(I Jewish Era Year begins Sept. There is no section in the country offering better 'op.,

from side to side) who are generally the facilities for raising and developing Julian Period . . . . . . . C622 16. . . . . . . . . . 6670
also bad feeders and poor property. the heifers could go out and get portunities for farming, manufacturing plants, fruit growing ,
Are the stall posts ,or sides battered, TilE SEASONS. '
and stock ,
the very best calves and raise thorn<< .... raising. '
or )kicked; ? lie may be a kicker (by! ". n .... Eastern Time. f>- .T
and sell for a good price Instead of The A. B.: & A. furnishes unsurpassed transportation'
day or night spoiling his: own rest D. H. M. D. H. M.

and that of other horses Does be growing the weedy calves that were Winter begins, lI08-December 22 0 26 A. M: and lutl 89 0 86 facilities, operating from Birmingham and' Atlanta : tg, t
born on hit plaoe. M
tear or eat his blankets; Is he tied Spring U09--.Mal'ch 21 lOA. M. 9Z 19 I 64
.. Brunswick Thomasville
This would do more than one and Waycross affording through
In-any special and any Summer 1909Jpne>> \ 21 8 .64 I".M: 93 104 'I "
way or simply a. to Imprpve the -of 23 11 37 A. M. 01 '89 IS 16- ,
other horses are? 1 thing quality our Autumn U09-September Brunswick, Steamship freight service on quick schedules' > ,

I Ik he gentle to approach and to realize dairy[ herds greatly!'and Increased the growers profits could upon Winter 1909-December--23.I 6 U.A. M. Trop. yr. 365t. n for New York, Boston'and other eastern markets., .:
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j handle-. no nipping kicking' or pulling the cows tbattbey raised. In c&iuiec- Should you desire to locate in this 'JUDarden'-'Spot 'ofthe *
back on the halter Does he ECLIPSES-1009. T
,stand square on both fore feet or rest I' lon with this calf exchange there There trill be four eclipses this year. two of the Sun and two of the South," it ''will pay you to communicate with cither':- vl
'I would need to be a system of selec- -, a-/
: Moon. as follows: of .
Y 7ne or both_ alternately? Does he the undersigned. "
>.hack quietly from the stall picking( I lortfJor the' laws of.heredity control I.: Total of the Moon June <, tbe Moon rising-with the eclipse on. "
rep eacb hind leg without sudden the dairy function as fully as they do II. Central of the Sun June 17, visible as a partial eclipse on the Sun's J. R. 'R WLAND, W.. H., OijIQQ, fie

... lerkingi ..And.1F.hRILhe..t1ll"IlAI spasjnodlo !- he other eharact rlrl cs.Milton- --- --northern--Vi.tble--throughout-the-entlre-tlntted-States limb as follows: ; In- the extremeSouthwestern . :Traffic Manager, __ ,GliraIFr'eight4\ ;

In tbe gangway doe '4e do so-smoothly T el1er.u-'TIurEpltom1at-: portion. Tbe San will set more or less eclipsed East of a line V/ H< LEAHY, General Passenger Agent, Atlanta,' Ga' be

or does he flinch (In front) ax If from Brownsville.: Tex., through Jefferson City, Mo., to Mackinaw City,
the boards were not even; or hi: feat Bto kiugs made from human hair Mich., visible as follows: New York. 7.04 p. m.; Chicago 6.17 p. m.; Boston (At-t'09) as--

I hurt.htm more-or less Arc ItU eyes are Rion; by Chinese fishermen ai the 7.12 p. m\; e..Otle&DI. 6.37 y.. m.;.Bt. Louis' p. m.; Charleston, HELP In.l.t 4e .wry( ;' '

:tataring, and expressionless, hi* ears bf* 'iTEnUre orot Teet. Whey are 7.07 P. m.- --:"''yr rrf :* ;-* (role : .Qt. MAiCf E4S s
cotton III. -Total of theMoon.Z>:ovember.ZI-Z7.beglnnfng; on the evening of r t. v., .old WOMEN O TM.rure..o ..Myra
t- stocking
forward--ladlcatrioos: of defective .
a .wwn.seed
t vision.Ones )-' too rough for' putting near tbe the 26th In the extreme Western portion. ", of..the' United States;. elsewhere l.e a..a.Relit t.e w, ee, '.,,r wttttelcewrua
L ._ occurring entirely on the 27th. Cu 3o
t out of the sjtaH. not lie thoIf ..\".', 4. *. IT.. Partial eclipse> ot the Sun.! ,December 12, Invisible. .i.'In'ai
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.f\;",? &. 'I: . '. 'J."J'U'... .....' ARI""'- .), ','.s, .1"Notice" ,Under, It of)Ravjsftd Sections Application,'of. Florida.>, Statutes 1 el'4.&t\a'5'l'" 'for'" .Ta*. .Deed-, :Bic ains: .at'its Gash :stre() ,IiWhite Ij,i r'-; -. HOLIDAY A6--. I J.awrslK.aa Fii,iJwai &--.p- .t15. ,, J 1' li;

'* The inland telebrate : ; -
Residents the
f Mot die la tvertby ilvait that Robert loltnatoa '
:' >. ,lilt ,Cohoon and parohtaer Tai Cerlifloate " dated tha Lawn 40 (tn., wide.. 18c per'yard. ',
,'; ted day oGiulra. D.I1I06.40ITaa O.MllcaWt :Lace: from 6c to 1 So per' yard. f: : : ; t'i

i" < wed, erbee, :Homes. .....'n dated the Btb day of Inly i, 'D" inter" , 10.. I i Dress Pai\ts. $L.5O to $5.OO per. pair. ;. ? 1ROCERIESlso ,!. M
Bled sa djMrtiaoaM* to my offloe nod baa mad. . f
Pair Stripe Pants at $1.00. ,
i' I appllca'tlou;; for
l tax deed to Uaaf la eooordanoe
:' '\\1 c' : X )olfv crowd 9! twontr-two rather* !I with law' Said uertlrloatoi mbrao* .'"..lulrlowlnf v 'Trunks and Suit Cases at lowest' prices.. .r ; ti-' ", . .J" "\.
1: .
" ."Tt ; t', '-.jr M ,,the'homo' of Mr. and Mn. Co.Hoonv dMarlbed property altuated, la Oaoeola i' Picture .Frames from 25o to $3BO"each.; '* ,

, .sf'' .. sunset .Christmas: to help Donny, Florida tu' wH< : Crockery;at the t lowest price. ; ,., .., 1"- I : :

... ; . .'Iltfhten- the almost: 'Kruanlujr l load of.: 'Tax CerUaual. N' '. M embraces NH'i of HBJ'iaodoa !- --*... Fancy Straw Hats at oost... ... -. 'u" ...-r .y.-. ..- ....y ,; ..i '. _ _. 4 ,
MX>d' thtoffs op' J.helt-dII\IDjf'.bl 111:In Township n flooH ol211 KS"T. !: : : .
which Mr, O.. welt' knows how.U> )pleoare. -'f .(OerllAoaUt' No. V>1 embraowi b gila at the Beat Shirts made for $1.00" each; ;\ fTinware 'L-..'' 4 Cake: ,

f SouUtweja, corner of the Nt,.-...t at any old price.. : ,, . ,s* r making'.FruIt'

" 'S .v Immediately after supper nil contln- tl D 2.t ID TO'll'o.hlpl6'80uth; 'Ye, RangelSEesI! The., only place you can ,the'.Beaver_ .. ; Brand Hat.. :
'.1te4} their journey, a lU.letfanber east. funs sill 1I'n' yaMs, Xnrtti ITVyardi\ Wpit. 2HOyard
'B ward lo the W.rtherbeejnkeslde home, ..South till ,area. '
V where lit their. uurloi' ..woo artlstloal Tb.aldJaudeb.ina.seued l at .the d.....of for the Best Shoes eio'Town.. = : c-o.Jr
o 1 deoorted by the 'skillful\ baud of the ,lasuanoe of aoob C8rtlll"ato.U..y. Headquarters : : a
MI1I'..: NelllVetherbe- and Myrtle, In the nainM of I, K. P"araon 'anil a.K.: Roaa, LR.S.F10yd&

. ... Billiard a' beautiful 'heav 111-1| aden. Arfent. Unl'"p," laid r.rtlfln....i shall be r... _
MV : --'-ChrtMtmarTr6Sr In5r cl1.oD8-o denlnd..oolal' l.+.r 1..t*.deed\'aTlfTlMaetharequ \ / '
I U :..r ;entering thebrilllantrr; lighted room to on,h. SHh day of Jaouaiy. loon. D -'' ,,

"' !II'" "top and exclaim, "Oh, bow lovely! WltneM !fey otliJil alvnatara *n>t .'.! this i THE GBflysTONE GRillE B HUD JI PCHIHE! SHOPS _. . "
,-",/The /ollowtritf) ; abort program then fol the tie, Jajrof Danember. A. U.'190$. foulocJOti0tl0t000t10/10r10ilOttOt10dI0t10tI0tI0tt0110t10t '
baI! 'f tawed: 'Mor to the World," by the K: L I.RIILKY. J ta

.... -_ -,,,,HUUrd Inland orchestra; prayer, byrev. (roan clerk Clroult Court, Oaneola ANTHONY A, TALL Proprietor.t.1sNT .. ,A. .C RsOH. .. J. A. CRANFORD.. g. t. LUPFK*. -
r ' 1 lisymuod.1 1'uuter: ; b.y.MU. __'_ r ''tQtrLl'loJ'\d.c.\ + _ _. Vlet-Prtaident: Par tarp
';;r .'"aROdffer.rvprliflna] poem. "Cllrtstma. By ARTHUR B. HONKOAN. 1>. C. f
;, Ufa,1byXMUs, Myrtle ("[Hard: . -- _.. .. -- '. _- _. *.. P'dFairbanksMorse 4, ,

:::4 ChrMttnas\ ]ok by Miss Nellie Weth Public Road Notice. j
,'orbfee X : .Gas Engines KISSIMMEE LUMBER
U'"JIr' .' 'heuosinethemo t Interesting'part- I N6tlno hereby fivou that It'U the Inleiilluu CO.

., the lipploir v>!T ntkdellverinE-thu| I of|the Board of Conner. <;omniUsl.... of.' 0.: and Irrigating: Outfits. 4
at many presents and fdiinVjIttle "Helta1 otiuU County, Florida, at tile next regular
tl fcy .Nellie &,014 Myrtle, fwJlowea( by mectrug ot nild; Board to be hold on Monday .
- -
:cheer and roars of lauahter.\: the 4th day of Jauuerp.1'uI4to\ einabll. ,a 1I0W
; Amidst It..all a surprise was w tlog, road between llainjugcr and Fort Pierce .. AUTOMOBILES RENTED OR REPAIRED
. for suddenly* with an exolaioatlorKO follows: Rough arid Dressed .
Ot IJ. 'birthday greeting!I" MUt NellkWetberbne iegtunlug' at a point :sly yard wt..t Hdogreesmpnlh ,
; pulled..cord and a shower of the halt mllo pout <>u Ihu wmi line of
ft:J.; '-. of sixty-two' handkerchiefs fell from a IOD"32Tp.3.\. R, a4 iii.'1&100 bulng In oou- ARTESIAN WELLS DRIVEN ANY DEPTlt Pine Lumber.
Christina bell overhead at the feet of rte of nrcaenfroad. thence but M degree" north '
. ,,lag! Myrtle.Milliard, who, although tonalcl balftnlle atakn, tn...i<-.* cant one m'lle to ,
a -, greatly astonished appreciated! < half mI.,. poat oa 'eaiit line of said, section, J- '

kindness of so many friends'.every Tfi ;iM,..nut. llO yardi. theiioe east 22)4) dogree We Solicit all -Kiflds Repair Work .
':l coining1 from far distant J and II. north :iwxi yards UKnorth lino of HeotlanH4,
The evening was'ct'ftalnly! enjoyu- theiire unit IHOOyiirahxtheuoe east 15 dogrevs HOUSE BILLSA SPECIALTY-'
Bin ble and one that will be remembered north rsui> yards, and tn uoo east 8 degrees ..-
UI ,' io the years. to come. s south halo) yard to a pbint 4ft yards north nocioc ot ec ooc ot oc o ococ oc ooocooocieowK
The slumber of each Individual ofthe lonthesxt corner of Mctujon 2.In said

I that night tnusi. have !been sweet, for township and range; HaM pro u>bd road to l"othlfty DANNHIGH WAGON WORKS ----,-.-. ..
o inThjUiotiH had btoeu given to Christ feet wide fifteen feet on each ilc of said, .
mas feast at Mr. and NTiWether- OoarrtbtNi route w NNbtvlIANKMKKM"VVVVVV" sy sj--"sji""BBJ%-sa> > >BJ>ss>v BJIBJIBBJBJISJISJI

tvit bee!*, ,and everyone was promptly ontIme. Wllnvai- my hapt| _c" otfivlo! Clerk oi Id 1
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: The table was tastefully are Buanl. nil tuft oinrial' 1 seal of said lioanlJ7lh Lb
ranged, lovely.boiujtieu of roues and day (if neoumurr, ., .\. D. naN' GRADE VEHICLES MADE. TO ORDER Sunny South Stables.

sprigs of North ,Carolina holly belnff E. 1 U I.KHLKY :
ti scattered here and there. Well iuaj ,iSi'itl; Clerk Circuit Court: OM-eola ...... AT REASONABLE. PRICES. :
It be called a feattt, for the table was s Couuly: KIorlilH.iiy ........

I, tilled with the very best. this sunny Alt l IIIK: K. "O'oOu: AN.II.H. *. ... .... L.. H. INGRAM. Proprietor. t
laud of ours affords. Kings oouli .
t wish for no better and thus it Is with r\.Ns\\\\e ..*nmTav*\..m.m\mm.***%*%*Mm...a.NNNNaaaa\\\\\ans.s.e. "
-the' 1 ftontented lltile. happy band on Non.KcNident:; I
HlIJlard island.Thow \. BlUCkSI hinge Horseshoeing Dud Qe"ulrork of $ ; ii'
r ofw Circuit Court. Seventh Judicial Circuit Once. i LiyERY"SALB and BOARDYKG.S40ADxAY! ;
were the families
l ryE ola (Bounty. State of Florida All Kind\s Done by First-class: Workmen. ,
J.. K. Milliard.K.. F. Masters, L. IICohoon . -
> Ida by.Cwntlamant. -.. : Hboea 103Mmeim ;
t .. 4. Ira, Wetherbee, W. Ij. Wvthrbee /J In ( hanctry.vs. ...... f .M....m..m\\ ....\_...... .......... \.._..\.......\:".....\. a1N.NtlYe1 =
Mr. and Mrs., J.V.. Hensle.v of > -... I.
0 Lake City, Uev. 1 K. J. Foster of'OrIsndo. :...wi, W. Oxlmby.Defendant. I) I>lvorc -- I )! IJquipp ((1ritli' Npivpanul U"t'J ;jk an.l V"l1i .J 1 oj .\'Ll 'j 1

Mrs. Kochenderfer and !Miss.Rodders
of Kisslmmae. It appoarlng by alTidsviUppended to the bill ; to iau(rf ;all demaiuhvvvitli.( Perftsct Satisfaction.
nio.1 fh the abovelitaUd cause that Lewis" Ogles J. J. DAN Proprietor. .
S.' .. .. jy.the d..f .dantth.'n' named a _ld nt of i
--- -- UieStaU of Florida of the United $..t.... apitmit ,
.S-f r CHRISTMAS EVE. Mitpontoflieeaddrea. In unknown and ia

":i. Mr.TL : IIII.I.IAKU.Now. ,over the....of twenty-one yearn.. It. U thereforeordered \ . . HEAVY HAULING A SPECIALTY. . f
that said non'rwfdcnt defendant be and R -

?t ;,;;.'. 1 .u we are cathr .Jh j W nh'I. t i. U hereby required to appear to the bill of complaint __ ... .-- ---- .
i. \" -A.oft we've don.I fur*. filed in said cailM on or before the 4th day t MIL' Iea. F/. NT.C.
I May we lift hnrta. of January A. U I'NH. otherwise the allegations\
:' \ Him ..."our. r J ,r.. G'-l of the bill will be taken u confessed by the defendant. ( I \._\_\............\............\............_\....\...._-...._...-.................
:KAnd nearly twotl auaar.d ye ra a-" I WHAT IT MEANS eMwryeopledonutkooviYM4Rnnlh'a
bleuwd 8 T.'or: .metyrwivain it U. further ordered that this order be pub .
f.t uur.poor I it waste! IIIr iahed once a week fur four consecutive ........ In I ., .(;..P1(.. itI Mr-r ibe-diferytmehr'
-. tile K 1a I iweea bank of little or uu capital and one with a largo capital. ....
.. -Alnh jiituur lT Tcriajir.1ft .tnu..oeVat1dy QaibtEe.i h i"i:|>aDer l>ubiahed Feed and Sale Stable.IWOOD4DRAYING

i'' .'.. ar\i1wie only one k mlwlni .. in said county and State.. Livery, I n\WB CAPITAL AND SURPM'8 5
h J. This December Hh. KK" I IH the food that protects. the depuaftora from loo, .therefore tho larger U it the 5 .
j. Of our littt OL.W Hi deaf .
; E. I.. LESLEY greater protection the dopoaitore have. fhl bank baa a .
tr< f '/ Id fiat<' prapiiHnic .
: : !V r C."ltalof.- KI.IMKI 1M. 5
.. (Seal) ( lerk of Circuit Court.Uy .
., Some poor ....''"'n.. hc.- to rl: -, I "HnrpluH fund of hiss. tut' .
rt .' t 'k\'S.. ' mild be veryv y.ry thatVor -' L. A.ARTHUR....... Solicitor& I>()for SEUAS Complainant.MASTER'S D. C. I\.t I EvcrytHlng is New ami FirHt-Claiss. Wo will f = KtovkbuMera' llahilltr 110.0(10.00 5 I ffFertilizers .

our dear Savior'love -- Service I. A fcrtal . ,''IOIJ on- .
of 'II
and Satisfactory -
t ....... ... .. ",. Render Prompt
-And the Trat bl -
jnaiMf_ jrtn: j our
This mans that we Intuit Iiwtvtll.1,000.00 before depositors could lose ail.- "
.:: Be_\liDwer"on uittjm above. t : : SALE.Under Day-or Night. All Kinds S cut This protection la for YOU", .' ". .",, . .

t ..w".:" .. Aa.we look upon cur" Ubriitma* iniiKi. >'b' and br virtue a decree of Foreclosure i Heavy Hauling. r 'S.TAT.e' BANKOF.KISSIMMEE'c : :
. and Sala, "Issued of and under the f ; i. /
., Wlthgifbfrrxhor7:: ; ': , out the seal of .:. : j
fi 't 1l r :".;- '. lIa, w.&100 Ju.t NIIIt"IIb-.l . :;,.1' Circuit Court of the 7th Judicial Circuit of the' !'AT BEAMAN'S OLD STAND. 4 PHONE 113. .S ,i( , ,, \" I p'IfN. r.
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"j' ,,<' 1/in/ ,' That work for pleaaur*ha.been done? ','" State of Florida. In and) tot Oaaeola Countr. dated 71 ., I .. " ','L" ":K''MM.0..0.. $. "".' '., .. S '{
'.,. >.%*",1f 1, And that .r? _tAlA "" """ ,.' s December !2nd! J0%'/ In Chanoeralttlnf..'whereinVlrtt2laA.Tlllra I : C.'A. .. J"H 1(. LBIII: .N. Df CARSON i.
-' 'The little gtfatram tMuhU>i. feme ads li Complainant. / 1'.. ld"I e-P..ld"ot Cashier ..

'> .It will!.. In.tae r i.' and Christian Sullivan a feats aole, Kiel 8ulll..... I' -- ___.___...._._\.\..\.......\\\....\._...\\..\.\....\.\_\.......\.\......\..I'
'W' Aa moat pleaaurea I .t a t .1 tel 1oeeSulUvan and James Sullivan Infanta, areefehdanta. '
> I will aell at-iuiblict outcry" to thelahect
:.,. '. '. -tx..: Thea we can look away ba '< and beat bidder, 10r..1I.!on th 4th day BUDDED TREES & '
I A _the aullol
:i < many year .
ot I January D. 1900. the same betas the flratlondar Favorite
S ,j.:" Syltbavwy sk. ..t. -oIl..tI"1l .. In 5514 month and a legal! ask day, within

{ ._r-1 :,Or all oar aaaoclatea li--.. tile legal hours of ...... before the Court Hou.e tn '
. t'O/' tha ray Dar I tin; a we've L vlfi Islesworth Nurseries.
,. lieetaunee City said OaMout County. Florida the FOR CITRUS AND' LL OTHER CROPS. ..t|
tt "' afta ine;and singing each w } following. described! land lylfijl and beta situated .
t vfi"***$side''IP wt..ek.! 'n said Bounty"and Stay rind deMribad. aa fol. " '.1>. /
'n;: t t4o where a Iowa to-wlt: "- CHASE & .CO.. rPOPRIET&RS. J. W. HOARD). AGENT ;:

.s 'S -.JBIt r natter what. we doNor The Northweet quarter of the Northwest'; quarter general FERTILIZER
rh'i may We will hale ready for next Fall and Winter planting a :;
of Hectloo 8*.townahlp 2South of KaaveMEaat. MATERIALS
J where W. may i jam. assortment of Orange and Grapefruit Trees of all leading: rarletlea. -
ol"4s, Wo aouat almave }enemliarf : Our trees are budded on rood: healthy rough: (*moo and
That above there is another htm.V .-. Said land betna sold aa the property of said. insects of kind.
.4 ;? Sour Orange root, guaranteed free from peaty any ,
, :*\o V".*hoa.a sot...a.el thla worlds ao-l. efendanta 1 to> .tI.1JI' the iota aad mortgage held All budded from bearing trees In our groves and therefore: true to .. INSECTICIDES. :
: '
'A*. 5..,u-l -P- Blat.nllkeanyi* fa our, nd.For . by the.oocnplalnant,Vwather with the x ooetfault. came. Our facilities for growing nursery stock are. second to '
h la an4er. Oed'a protection Termaotaaleeaah.. i none and our trees are as fine as money and twenty year's'exper -:-FOR ;
4 ience can produce. are KISSIMMEE'A4-
; ... ...._ .
( .t.) 'Special la Chanoary.F *. destined to become the -
"'1. ' famous California Valencia Late which J. M. LEE -
., Ererr Mother A VANS AONEW greatest money-maker In Florida. Our Valencia buds come dl- :

o/f ;is or should be. orrled when the littie Complainant'Bollcltor. \ not from the best bearing trees In the district now-f Mpous-for producing f! .... 5 "
+ Cones have cough or cold. It mar lead : the best Valencia In California .FO **.'
,1 Notice of Attachment. e
b t.\., :\ ( ."to thentoeom.Wtingmoreseriouc.croup or pleurisy or pneumonia,B'1V la the Circuit. Court of the Seventh' Judicial Circuit Write f for...Prices to J. W. HOARD. Gotjha, Fla. or call and see our Nur Sanders Fertilizer Company Jacksonville. Fla. ,4iJ

K t--t" "'lard's Iforehound Syrup wllLci lire the of foidafoe' the County of o-ta-At- series at Waco on Florida Midland R. 'R. x'. ..

... trouble af poe and j>retenr() cola: tachment. W. B. MaUaaan *.. VReeee" ParU ;r -
lloation. Sold. by Robes a Pharr1J ker. t
roaor. To W. ReaaaParker. aad to ail oth... interested

c'' ,';; . You are hereby notified. that the .......-.........
Cn '
'! r suit baa base laatitated In mid court and you aerequired MalsbyMachinesy
.,.:; : Citation pi. Administration.. to appear In said ..... on or before. the
4g'71e"OooBtyiuda-e'e' Court.. Oec-Ja Oon Irby.4tf. th day of January l oe.otherwke Judnnent by .
default will ba entered acalaat J"OU.....the oaaarneied JACKBQNYILLE FLA.
tea arwtbaatyjeda.ofeaMOanty, : exparte. .to the attached property.WttMeengrhaaoTand '. 22 OCEAN ST. ., .' .. . -0. ; Dolhiddy5VIAom'
.? Wharraa: N. C. Bryan baa applied thla
theeealof the said court Statlooar'9olrlne\
}$ q' }> _Ceort for Letters if Adminbr atkm on the Be..t at the court houM in r............, Oaoaote county.Florida e Portable and ,
_at.C.'U.: Fountain.,.. _.. ''J. late of said tali 27th day of October. A. D. DOS.IaasLl Saw Mills. Woodworking Mills Lath Mills Machinery andpupDiles..Complete-
t Shingle ,
t. ,Ca aitraOai>eehk : :w.
( ] LE8UET.Clerk ,
a V. h. gTbMeare.therafora. t-pity, aad admoalah all general line of -'-:
.4.1., tad.rdltaa. .'laid de.rceaeed. Carlo.oeole 'Tine l carried In stock for Immediate

: .c. ....he sad appear b.f.,.. this Oak, a DI''Jl. ARTHUR. Oountyrriorlda.By .htpme.. Sotd.On easy terms.It .- ._: ._
-,,.' i.c_...... .c aaaTV..A.-D.-sue.N4Ii. U. T. atalBSS.=]Allomey fee PlalstlR.,' .. iA1LiNTIccoAsTTIs.E1TO :
...) -a.Uaa, >the haws. to> the tranUns' will pay you to consult us before.
".Mta.e.dor.u... ___ .'tb. aame MU lak i buvlng.' Postal will bring our ..ale.maD. .-
.!>J't i I (..CVAetV4.. ...,ed. I Notice of Garnishment. Write for illustrated catalogue .,
/1>1+' ,W(tnaas hand aa Count Ju-lff. of the and -
my" price ,
In Court of Ju.tloe of..aoe. Hat of Florida. : ALL. POINTS-- -
Sal '. County Jadca..ROQBRS .N. Fiord_ "plaintiff -vi IFraak. lei!7 .
South of Ohio and
da' iJae .IM01 ."_e.. Dafeudant -*- the Potomac ,and East of 1}
", _.. Atlantic Uoaat Una Railway Com- \ Action. .
pan, Oarnlche ) R.: O. MEEK Fleming ..;;
Frank Pones Sprigg
111 S LIVERWORT To Defendant .d.AU Othera !
Whom It may Concern: : _= MJisesippiliyfirs.Tickets :.... ,
;? ''X! TAB AND OANOHALAQUA 'Hat lor/_sale cV oioe landf la every 5 ix:: ,_. . .: - _- -- :
aoUAftd that a-Writ el l
hereby Oar
"S -s: ,J>. LI TOT beiaipMe hN cctuo..ld., --Yourara 5
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