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 8, 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: VID00367
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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.. Jti& w ee. as'a fttire '.. I Monday Last: --Very few ,. '" ,tI
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ty-Wintcf Resldltle: ,., :3 changes in Personnel.: I 1 ".i", ; , -'' .. ... ','
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'-," e4Dsthison."a\ie E 1' Yot;_are most,, cordially: 1 Invited' to attend, : the"meeting. == On'Monday, lattice, men elected InNovember ] . "
nanV persons who came to took, charge of respective I -
this winter clve for decldlo<< : 'af the Kissimmee 'Board: of 'Trade to be held |'no .Fraternity. == county offices, although there . I
It tb&lr<. permanent home were few changes' In the" personnel Our line. of Fall I
durls* :thecold weather;" Hall 'on ,;MONDAY! NIOHT, JANUARY. .'a.t1'30 o'clock, and == Mr. B. C.:' Miller succeeding M.... J. ... ... '.. .. ,
.peasi'la such glowing tAI..t invitation 3 R. Gilbert. treasurer, Mr. A. E.: Don '. '
many advantages. our teCLI especially is this'the'members. of egan becoming I circuit clerk la placeof :Goods .
,thebommeek Nob.' tt;1s-with the;Vflla Society. ::: MPV E. L. Lesley and CoL G.' F. : : for :Men, .

of pride they are here Improvement Krlbbs assuming the office of proseo'ji- .. '
*- "-'S' while their are but A ting attorney formerly held br Mr. J. :. . ... ,
, opiates It,I is hoped -that aa many 1 ladies I aa possibly can will
: wbo Dome here 'L.. Moon. Among the. county oon>misisloneis .. .. ,..: otnen. and
prea-r.u _
touch a rosy atteid'this mti tinE As.the Board desirous that they'becofne > 3 there were three changesMr.E. : /
.." no doubt there, are some it. Lesley succeed tog to the placeof S
l tatee. ..-bo.m question 'th a.cquafDted.with Its objects .and what it hasdpne and == HOD. bD M. L'I, who was 'ap -

fulness, but we assure. '; them, 1'1 Is' attempting to do to further'the interests of'Kissimmee'and pointed. to fill the unexplrad terra Children :Is now
. .totetua Hade below are not in of the. late W.ltw Bass, Sr. Mr, E, .
1 ,,,o..araw.:, 9sceol.' County. .- L. D Overstreet to that of Mr. W. R. I. .
,"III' Godwin,' and Mr. I L. Bass to that of fory
Mr. Ji F.r CAllahan 'of : Please be: present. at,T,30, p. m., as the meeting will be 'I' Mr...1.R. Bronson; Messrs.J, S. Stratton -opeu. tir. .
Oraoe, Md.!'Is ope of the '. 1 that :' and 1, A. Walker, members of the "* .
rhosn tbe.County ", called to order prdmptly at hour. == old board being re-eltol
Slav sending ttwrValley Oa : .' There is not a county ID. tM state I Inspection ., .'
three months ago* and the Respectfully .. == possibly, where as few changes: In officers ,

tides contained on the ) KISSIMMEE BOARD.: TRADE. == 1 11111111111111111111111111iJll111111111111 took-piace, as all those holding .
opportunities to 'be found in = office the past. two years, with the exceptions :. ,. ...
sign so Impressed him that; above noted: were re-elect: 3d.
to come and Investigate for 111111111111111111111111111 1 so well bare they filled their respective .\ .
He arrived here on-December positions paifthatthsrvoters :. .
after snaking a thorough ... of the OOUOL,.IIF.... satisfied to. retain , ,, IA'S) .
of this section-decided to them. '
his future bone and has SOCIAL(\ EVENT CAMP MOLISTECARRIEParty The business of Vhls county is conducted "

himself with Mr.. w. B. M ___ I In a manner that.always brings I. ...
cultivation, ot ,the famous =-- words of commendation from the stats /

planLal.1oo., speaking of it.Reception in Honor of Prof. of Kissimmeelt5; ; Spend a' authorities as well as the people, and : .. I ,
illties of the country espesially is thlf..LI..iDIr board deserving "
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KUslmmee... Callahan said R. M. Evans aL i Bride. Picas: Week in the w o04s. of praise, for the members have \ O
in the country you can ''' done much to bring this county to the ;
threecropsr year on the.. most. brilliant social event of On Monday morning, .December 28, enviable .ILtoo It occupies "toilav.fjThe ; .
while with us it's. ooecl'Op. ..00 was the reception which about 6.30 o'clock a procession of five I new board held its first meeting ---
Land heN caD be bought for John-M. Lee..and..-Mrs. Claud Lee buggies, one wagon and a man on on Tuesday and perfected an organization
song when you compare it ed at the"lovelv hotab of the horseback wended its way out fromKissimmee by electing Mr. E. L. Lesley as .,: ...... YV _V
moue, we bave to pay for in honor of Prof and Mrs. Rob toward the south. Each chairman. The first business it. transjj .
Evans. who were married in buggy) was gaily. decorated with red
lege of ownlpg a little dirt in acted was the renewing of the county's M
I left. Here you live all the 0.... on December 29ih.v blankets tin cups and plates, while subscription wixhundred copies of "
live eight months and house was brilliantly light & all the occupants wore bandana handkerchiefs the Valley Gazette the same to be sent
you lour here )'Olll'.tae .. \ ,,,OcCDratsd.! In the par (flop hats and_broad smites.Tbe . complimentary to persons instates '. .. .. -- ,- -- ,-- -- ..... "'"
abd many things-we don't; : dining room the color scheme wagon groaned beneath a load of other than Florida for the purpose of . -
and Ferns and foli a jVunty cook and stacks of provisions.Ti .
seldom have a failure, and green acquainting prospective homeseekers :
so rich it. needs but little plants were used throughout, the procession made its way leisurely with. the manifold resources this section B1G :.-
You cap get spring: .. and on the mantels and cabi through virgin pine forests, past I possesses ,
ket two months ahead of were great vases of pink carna I dense Florida swamps and over treeless }1 The board reappolnted Mr. Geo. W.
therefore vou get and lovely home-grown roses. prairies, with occasional stops fpr Overstreet road supervisor, Mr. H. D. IYrPa''''
1 taxes are low the schools shades. were huge pink shooting quail, eating lunch and: night- Drlggers janitor of the court house,
and the people hospitable. Ib the dining room the color sr :lng at Peghorn. and Mr. Will Bronson superintendentof :
moved to Ibis section ten / was carried out-|D the table Just as darkness enveloped the prairies the poor farm MILLINERYBARGAINS

would have just about ten ... . and la the ices, bon-bons the-processlon came to a halt. at Mr. Lesley is one of the largest cattle
In the center of the table the Parkepl.ce on C. A. Carson'ssheep'
much money to my credit In owners in the stale and a c.pU..I.I.LMr. .
and there are more where I a large mirror surrounded by ranch. Amidst the yelping of F.. L. l). Overstreet Is a farmer '
that will do the same as 1 maiden hair ferns. In the cen- dogs ringing of the axe and the ; and'stockraiser, Mr'J. S. Stratton +
they learn of the thin was a vase of pink carna shouts of laughter the camp was pitched a fruit grower, stockraiser and merchant .
.. are thou... and at each and of the table were tbe .camp fire lighted and supperbagun. I| Mr. J... Bass a stockraiser and .
north come candelabra with pink tapers. 'Twas a merry, If hungry, I, farmer, and Mr. J. H. Walker a farmer .
a wise move on your the Itbrarv red and green were crowd that helped Jill. pick the birds, a' d stockraiser. They are all men -
... used. On the mantel ta I fry potatoes and boil the grits and .. '-
part to send out your . of the highest. standing and are thoroughly '
for It. will be the means of and book cases' were bowls of .coffee.Around. capable of conducting the This is the time when we are preparing .. .

and making Osoeola one of ..,, lied roses, carnations'' And : the festal board that evenIng cotinty,business. They are progres-

populous counties In tbe .. ., and bamboo was grace were the glowing faces of Mr. and t live and eoercetlc, and when their =_ __ ____ lor the coming.season! and we are_ ]_ ....._. "I-
1 amaattatled, and-here Fain arranged around the room. -' Mrs. Stephens, Misses Elizabeth Car terms\ expire two years hence there will
taylurxTJ.."" .. Claud Lse received her .guests son, Annie Carson Heart Moon Mary have beeen many improvements made clearing out all of our' past season's- "
a lovely, soft shimmering; Carson, Mr. Hlden Dr. Woodfin and the treasury will be In a healthy
C. Eotlnger of silk. Mrs. John LJB was. unusu Carson, Jim Carson Thad Oliver! and condition.Mr. prices. .Many '
hats at greatly reduced *
Va came to Klsslmmee .t:1"handsome in a white gown of silk Charles. Carson, also Joe and Snow A. E. Donegan the new circuit.. V
weeks ago> Hb the Intention net/ Mrs. Evans looked lovely In (than. whom no better bird pointersever clerk has for more than a year filled .
whlt. de chine, lace trim. lived lobe who of them we have marked down to, ac-
ping over forVday, but crepe ); Nellie pet pig, the position of deputy clerk and was V
oral 1 so Impresseovhlm that and with, a touch of gilt about the bar the most;. Spot the Osceola'countv.member of the last I' .
us still and from Uhvway. be .'' Rock and Dan tbe deer bounds, whose legislature,. He Is a man in whom all --tua.l C08 and many of :th 'r niwar. below:. .'....-... ...
a our town It Is more thfrsv .. exqmlslte music was furnished musical notM made the woods echo classes have the most implicit; confidence , \ .:. '". :' .' ,. ... .....'.. .. ; :;, .. ,{;,...;,; ..
will be numbered anon the'evenlng by Mr. and Mrs, I and ever in ready attendance on this and his qualifications for the. -, '.'y x fj: ,Hjor\ coat,''; If'you ha.v 't.,, boul'laty; your hats t." ,.h( I
sect residents. Here are his ., Mrs, se..nMrl. Bullock and galaxy of 1JIt.. and beauty was the smiling position are not. excelled In the state. : "+" : .. .; ','! ' 't P 1>1 :
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Elizabeth\ 'tM' 71vytt; ,
and Carsor. rJ. .a 1
regardingournommunitvt Mary 1 Ell, whoso fame has gone abroadas Mr. Doneran Is also president. of the I; ,, .
idea of spending more than .. Elizabeth. Carson Alleen the. best. camp. cook: la all the. Floridas Klaslrnmee Board of Trade and is one 'j Irttf<< comlwn'now4:, ] and .ecuf.fonetot. our i11 ,. :
4 two -in Kissimmee when my and Mary Louise Maklnson ;' of the. enterprising:) spirits that .' Kam.r''1I''''' ... .:' {j "'".i'"t", "' ". '*1'' "'P' ; ,;r.-1>. .",('1, .' ,'": ,

myself stopped off here but punch, and Misses Mildred Le, Alter the bountiful supper a splendid putting Osceola in the front rank of .clearing-up: bargains., Va ; '
.: I saw, the sunshiny days and i 0011, Oiaoe Jolley and Berta musical program of tenor and bass Florida counties.Mr. '

able nights so Impressed iNgUted JD serving.!the: guests solos, 'qusrtets and orchestral selections B. C. Miller, the treasurer, has
concluded to look around was rendered' by the. grapbo- for years beanoneof Kisslmmca's leading
a opportunities this section Burfctars Captured. phone, while the delighted audiencesat business men, and by his rigid're- MRS. :PILLEY '
young man to make a living predict bY'lhls paper: when Mr. on blankets' in the moonlight gird for honesty and uprightness has ,
tie cooney over, so my wife .. '. residence was burglarized sons around the camp fire. After an exciting won the esteem. and confidence of all tinr
on an Investigating tour ago; Sheriff Prevail has .again. game of orogresslve 42, the campers out people as was evidenced by their ', /" .
c4 suit tbat we have made up, I good and demonstratSoVM. abil sought their downy couches-the ''electInn him to fin this mOstrespond'. -MIL /tNE'! .R_ -. '.

to call Kissimmee "home one of the most. efficient *od In men In the spacious hay loft and the ble position .. .. /' ,
than next fall and'we would officers In the statOvOn. barn and t.helrld. beneath the hospitable Col. G. F. Krlbbs, who assumed the .
t, here, as we Intend to do in a ., last he loo td Mr. KatsV roof of Mr.' and Mrs. Alec Bron- duties of prosecuting attorney Is a ysr: lit .
"weeks, if I did not have some .. EdA''...'., mandolin and a in. .. lawyer of marked ability and a man
affairs to look after When ant revered and by all who know _
two skirts belonging Mrs. v next mornTngHne respectsd --- d -
, pares this section to the, one men were him and who will :_
one strictly guard
which be found
at Lougbman da he horsesXFollowtpg. the lead -- -'
,.i -if difference is so .great. and that old It 1 bten: 'pawned by a negro. Scaur- of aay 8pot.Rc and .t>aannthe. tr.llot -the Interests of the county at all Limes: : :; '. :, t-. : '_k. .. '; "_. " it

for everv-young that matteris, description of his man,"he' soon a deer. AfteJvsja etoltlnevtfhase of two. Taken'alrtoketber, lobe'c1t.llen, of ............. ..uRcattsl..... ... .. ...ahcaiitastrz '
rights to better. ,his cood him spotted at. the SmithvlUe tur. hours, they returned to oiknp\ with no Osceola county have selected exceptional ... 4 4 rev.
1. to A'ove..l1lt. and handle its
and there men -
camp, driving up less a prey than'a mtge wild gobbler "
does here and take
not come the Dave Cor t1barbeoueAto business during the next two years.! : I .
captured negro which Ell, the : '
of the good land people "lItOU .
your Sprittg. Fert111z1rige
with' Mr. Katx's sl f
i+ tae so cheap Life here Is by name pocke'j a burn. > \,
Jiving"-and; one bas npthlng and two coats belonging After. noon the. campers fiiparated Protect the Woodcock.ORLANDO .
.scratch the earth and you ... Pave i. now In Jail and Into two parties for hunting quati and ' j Be'on ,time. Give your trees a good( start. tnts'sprlng, .e'k
to the. charge o( burglary at t.b'i January 2.; 1900., ' '
returned well wlh Help them to throw off the "
plenty. to eat and money left atVulgbtfall idols Edltor.KUslmmee Valley Gazette. egg-laden leaves that will soon latest : .
,i ries. I never saw such.a term of court. feathery spells .T$evening was spent XJDear Sir-I noU In Issue: "ofvelterday the whole tree.; Give your tree food that it may work: for -r' .t!
II truck garden as'Hotundo's. In rolllcklrijr games! of:London gates' article headed your "Killed you: Cents now make dollars later on. Note our three,distinct +
I can do anything oan- up among-the snow banks. I al' drop the handkerchief and grunt.. Three Woodooclr an. ," and- the. curiosityand I.I. ,formulas.. "' .JI'fo. ,, ; ....J1 s
will show you what I can do thought. celery could not be rais On Wednesdsy.the party. visited the j. .' .t : .... ,:v .'t. ":. .
-Ur I..Lo.omeIoul'loe.1 t '
-when return.Itis.- .- except in'MlchlgaarlJUt populous", city-of Whlttier.;'driving > SPECIAL: MIXTURE P6 I ::; {
"' 'some of my friends will come to see Rotunda's. garden' and ate through lthe woods, shooting. quail sportsman blrd/toas rvjearplng invading that this the splendid PERUVIAN ORANQB' :TREE"'OROWBB ,. ',!

for rtntend to tell J them all of his celery, and I till you there snipe, duck, whooping cranes, eagles; surrounding game KHsUnmee, and should coun- SEMINOLB' THEE GROWER " i:" 'I.,'
r can be made out of the soil better grown on this. continent., and every manner of bird and beast. have caused unltodNaotlon '
'oalltv* twice. as fast'as. they. .. man who does not come here So plentiful. was lobe game. 'the entire true sportsman, to orotect.'" of the every bird ,Ws want to send you our' booklets,'especially': the. two 1 I.

it in :Collierstown, to say engage In the trucking business Is day was consumed In going the distance wherever found.. The fact osjiowever i new citrus leaflets that are the best,, writings. ever published .. ,
t'M'y 'Allying in the finest.. climate). In his own light. Here you of eight miles and back'. the party making the dlsooveryCof four, On the subject.. '. , : -, -. :, "
The next morning there was a Write for them today. .
ever experienced ( all the year -In-'ray section of the birds proceeds to slaughter. the entire ,
r .., we keep Indoorsflys:: .months "Rough Riders" parade by the. young lot, and regretted that "'H..-TJ!;.. With e......TMM,"'ai.* _I 'I.
one escaped. ...... .. . ... caae..cedTnat ,
ladies w. I. ,
Mr. P..M.Blake of every twelve.-. y of the party. In the afternoon '" .. the. authorities. that be should "
I Truly .rtUl.l''b"' "IrUk ..tat atm.a.rrle.
bas been In the city since there was a driveon'the' prairies to .leans
I Offer a premium for a true sportsmanto P.rUHs.r, V .ta, ,
VeA December, stopping at the Chas W. DuRand of Bridge'] Kittle. Hammockwhere there was !!: .
Ve \Py the. merest accident 'M r.- Conn i cam to our town on Frl- some exciting .boot.IDr-.Dd returning 9u locaLe In., your if your town.cartlole, The writer, headed U <<: al p. ..rii.c&, 'Agent":YiiATEFtS'.dit! AFiS4AI. FtOy: : '."

a lected our town asa place to .for-therwinter.: In speaking by-; moonlight. theparty rang all Killed Three Woodcock" correct ,:r.-.., c'cJ.' : ,. :" .,
JiG_., as he-: :. : reasons:Uiit-loduoed-bto M>- *- the : '- there not" "- -" ---.. !-'- x COMPANY J.aQQ1"fl.( =T.- ";' .1 -
about the state, but is Friday tfce last. day of the bamp a sportsmacrthereTAua.. : 'J t:
so .. over pther. towns In the .' BUKRKLS i & :
. : with the conditions existing Mr. Dufand.sstd'I! spent was very m oh a repetition of the happy :. Toomer 'Fertilizer! tompaDY' ; .
w' ,he does not care to look fll! time la this. ; town last. winter,and days and nights that bad 'gone before "
, M what were his ..... returning the spring I -drlvlns;; bunting. mu.Ie'.od Rev. Myers and family to Live Here. KSONVILLE., FLORIDA ', .1, ..t:" ;,

';. lug our, city,'Mr. Blake .ald: to ,.ke. trip over the.state games.Uate. Mrs..V*. A. Myers and children arrived '
'"! hers are so different from purpose of locating a place to e.t.ur4a'Dl. lr the same procession from Bartow on Tuesday and T... .
;::1 have at this season of the this winter but. after going'over of buggies o.Dle'Joyfully Into will make. Kissimmee their borne for '
"I up In Michigan that I am por.lonof Florida and with'the same'red the .. .
> town Blankets the present year. Mr. Mvere, who Mss '" ,,,' .. ..
carried away with your a thorough Inspection of the same tin'cups, the" occupants with the appointed stat evangelist at- the recent :
z1 see things" so'green, your .L towns, I concluded there were same smiles but with more brilliantly conference Is at present visiting Rltlf! fect lawns the weather. Ihe equal to Klsslmtnee-for heslta, blooming .Complexions, and a sign relatives in Tennessee, but will join
our Junes, plenty of green' . and rest. I 'like the 'people, that the fun was all over and "Camp hi.famIJy-here-Saaaborttitni.-- 'WANTED4fen of ability aracieHD-1 e.i toyt r>
-to'-justj-CooL.enough I }-. -courteousandfriendly..- Moll.tec.rrl.01unt"'P: .Iiid:into his ,
I a former of the Methodist .In
pastor Floridat( resent ...
sleep under a light 'cover/ .
I feel like I was at "
f borne among I tory. : . ..- church at this place, and daring his If/ .
and ,
oranges grapefruit I the lawns
enjdy grassy you '
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incumbency of the most universally .
wish for, Why, the whole call street, your beautiful lake Gray Jarrell, sdn of'' our fellow popular was one and beloved 'preach J 1orldaJL3feInsura, ec o.Write ,

... for ,- and especially the the splendid fishing it; affords, towlI.maa.A. .B. Jarrell.'of the KIsSimmee ers that ever lived I in Kissimmee., Our .. .J:
they extend a welcome- magnificent truck gardens-in Drug Co., was married at. Mid entire denomination < ''',1
jV . you feel as though you were I enjoy everything here and there canopy. on Friday,. January 1st to population, will 'beregardlgssof'". at Oric8'for our.A.gel1cyPropo8It .

I not a visitor Living here about. as muoh,and a little. more M... May me Clyatt of that,place/The come! him and his family again as read ._ 4 We.Can'Help You Make Money. ,t. ." ..i
and there is DOlle' -. I have groom is a popular civil ; ,
I any place . young engineer of the town{. < 'h, 4'
ideate .
\.r have been. lextraot'-a who is .making success ...
, Those are the reason I am a 'in y
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-, }.k "pleasure\ from- .- .-' and those are thereasoor tgbt ressfon aDd hatrlargeootarieof '""Piiir.-c6... P. Belknap was In town ; ."
-! ble gardens They are up mv mind to live: : all the. friends hers as well as in other sections Monday on his way from Ootha,where .1 '} :FLORIDALIFEINBURANCECO.k:: '
.fact to me revelation. h..J. for this) going back and forth. 1.1] of the. stats who will wish for him be had been spending the bollaavstoCaooe r
ful: it is a to me "& ;, and I b&V.. ;decided to. and his bride! eyery success and happiness Creek to resume his duties as ,.;.*. BOX 173. '-iACaeNY16LllLeRIRA't
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fjbe to eyery person living In o winters out.of Florida." In their.Journey r .1. > '
It more ; throughjlfe. ; teacher of the school at that place. .'
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Ua ...Appropriates $8001 00 nNEBtiSINffSOUTLOOH ASSEMBLAGE( ": lECEIVEBgFORAlBJAH. LATEjmjWTEiGcnmJ. "

;' TenneueoLegWaturoOrganized. ,for That ru rpo.*. "", Financial World; Was the New 'Y.....S Reception .at the I' .

By'"State Wide''Adhernnts.COY 'Washington D. C-In: answer'to' i iCheerfia1 on White Mouse.Vojihlngtgn A '
M. been (
4 00' -and PJ S. Ark petton"ha aenL"iyho'fP -
the r
; Attsn .
message from the president the ,Threshold New Year ., ,D. C. President i TellCltaUve twenty

(j PATTERSON house appropriated $800,000 for tire Roosevelt and over C.oOO) people, representing : are Appolrted.UIT 1,i-workmen of Wllkesbarre. Penn.-, 'to'
t .. OPPOSED relief of the earthquake' sufferers' In CREDIT( 'HAS SI RESTORED l every land and yery state ,' President him.,_ 'to, .
Italy and Sicily. Tim till which was BEEN aiul territory\ In the union excbangud IS OJENDU' ONE I pardon Roo."la"knJ _: .'f
!! ,
. ..Majority of ,
Member !
C-LgUlalu..._are passed gives the .uppl1es on board A. a Result There is Good happy new year greetings at the : .I-aitd Morrl.onho were :1lJtcbel'; '.

u Eav or of Driving the Liquor r"ltHrandthCulgoarTalued' Demand; white house. Far thcen and a half anie.One of Ibe Caiues of \ sentenced to prison by:'the 'enpreme ,
f lnt_ .. bo"ut $300,000. and also>> for Capital Flotations. !hours tho esld-ant Stood tRece. 1
r U From"he'SUte.| appropriated -cecejvlng court of the District of .1
I Columbia
. for (
-A- .I1OIJOI! ; ( < .. *.--, - -...-._.---- Large R..ourc.. K( Hn XashTlllo The) aenate i -" "'-- =- -. ,
,, Tenn.-The Tennessvtt agreed to the resolution .w..end.ed.t Jut.,, ''rd..gLa -. Only ,I Itango case. -', . '
legislature,. which convened here, was passed by the<, appropriating: York City.-Satisfaction ,withu L tendance bad been broken by., over _---------_---' *' 1

V organized by: advocate of slajevvldo"prohibition $800,000 for tbe,relief 'of Italian eartu- ho solid achievement of the :year add 700. .Maay men and 'Women distinguished Atlanta, OL.Thet8tl.: MrVmlnghtm t the fT' nJJ''' en b' "

William Kinney of Hay- quage tmfferers: .and this amount becomes confidence In the promise of the tu In'the: official and social Hue Atlanto: :- the 'In
wood county Is'speaker of the senate : .Immediately aVIIII. le.' tu re are the feelings of the financial .in Wasbingotswere! present. ., creation of Harry' M.: Atkln >n, 'a John attempt to, discover-the' "relatives of "
? Ferd "
I 'While"1Imsman' M. Taylor of Olbsos '. The message In full lsf mem (trunk 'line with a terminus in\\tlan-' .dropped ,VaUx, aged 73 7tIr who.
county,.presides' over'jthe house,'Uotix To the ,Sebate and. HOUse of Representatives new )'eal'. The effective expression L bars of the diplomatic' corps gave a ta, another at Birmingham and yet' dead In that -cltyj.! currency,,'
belong, 10, lhe anti-administration taco ; : of this feeling' found in a lover or picturesque aspect to the annual another at Brunswick with steaners 1 government bonds, and bank securities .
.. (ton of'delI\lcratlt? : party. The appalling calamity, which ins prices .of securities near tile highest function, which throughout marked and docks at the Georgia .e"iort. discovered. more" than.. '$44,000 were <

This .actlon..I"! a defeat tor:tbe- ad befallen tfie people of Italy, Is followed . for the closed year and higher In by an absence, of formality.' The 'town is now In the hand of> two receivers loiter from There wad also foutd' a. '-
: herents ol Governor {J Patterson ,who by distress! and buffering throughout fact, -than for' twenty months past. number of email. children who were ; H. M. Atkinson, piesldontuf South street Harriet C. Splnelo, J01S
are opposing the proposed''enactment' a wide range among! thousands Tbe depth of despondency fromwhich brought .by tb- ir parents, to shake the line, and Preston S. delphia who, Bernard street., Phila

of state-wide prohibition Jaws. It was who II&VB escaped with life .bu the financial world. was but, bands with tho president was 'unpiucedented l.&I vice proaident. being Arkwrllt ,be seemeiL from ltsirphrasng =,
] to
brought about by a coalition( of repuu-' whose shelter and food and means 'of barely emerging a, year. ago, need, .j Honorable Don A Pardee. judge of 1 a-pousln', gf th#, dead man'and '.
a telegram
Means and anti-Patterson\ democrats. living are destroyed.. The ordinary only to. be considered in a general Contral')" to the cusion* of recent the united states court. was 'odto sent her' 1
The latter rlnboth, bOt/'''', along machinery for. supplying) tho warns wards wa.y to .r aljze the wide progress! to years, Mru. Roosevelt and the ladles Because the alrcul, .notifying her of the death. I
with oilier ..democratJiad. .-slsuca of clvlllecd communities la paralyzed, betternrent wfiici\ present conditiOns -, of tbe cabinet remained In the rod and Atlantic could not Drmlngah( ,' and hundred metParmed with axes I.l

calla tof a caucus. but beyond organizing TUI<1"'snnsxe which demands the measure of this' pasl..achievement j "Holy l > Jefferson.N.lh,
that the. ,
the caucus of senators dul obligations; A shltdow'ot sadness was cast oIerthe tha road I ler.
not materialize.Tbtj Biale-wlders nbentcd of humanity .shall regard no limitation the stock. market'IOSIlCsses less In- company by the recent ten'Ible,calamity decided It were better for all \ 7IocrD.Vrlghtf I adel of ,
of international lines. crest )han in Its, function of anticipating i-,, Intel Le sect to l leave town. _,
themselves, and when k\'! met Kinney was nominated nnJ Tbe I m men SB debt of civilization( l' by speculation the course of '. people, ubosf ambassador was Uo placed In.tho bands of a. receiver. I Allegations of unfaithful admlnla* j janiodered
I elected. receiving 17 vote., including to Italy the warm and steadfast events to come t-... present as the dean of the diplomaticcorps . I IrctJoii of her father's estate 'are

:his- own. which was necessary for friendship between that country and That the past achievement\ Is fullyreflected and by the absence of the reprebrntalMes Tho 'papers show a suit 'b jim Alanta. \ made agalnat }' Emma F. Sully
IL election. our own and the affection of their native In the extent of the( advancoof of tho-emperor( of. China, ham' 'and )Atlantic I wife-of Colon King! Dln J. Sully, In

The house democrats tnffl In caucus land felt by great- numbers' of prices which has occurred is the who Is wearing a badge- of mourning against the Old Colony Trust corn .a suit at R. I., In ,_.'
1 .111\\and nominated II.p2'. Stewart oj Can! good American dtlzens 'who are Im accepted opinion of all competent 'ouservers for the late emperor and dowager pany of iioston, trustee, apd la of behalf oJ Horace B. Knowles' 'Sons
migrants from Italy; the abundance the problem of the market empress of his A\' against Mrs. Sully.'s: '
lion 'county, a stat friend of tile administration tempo, with which Cod has blessed us In our turning rather to the question how The descent! of the presidential party nn.Wlr of the Old shllv.el!\ That the shipbuilding Indu.t\y In ,

if frary chairman 33 to 30 over 11. M. safety; all these should piompt us to far the Improvement In conditions from the private rooms to tho blue pony by Its attorneys; Richard Olney, Maine is gradually vol- j

Il Taylor. 'The house, after much aparrlag Immediate and effective reflet, Justly has to be expected In the future, room was one of tlit. most picturesque( Secretary of late under Cleveland.. _,utile to Its former great proportions, .
Curing: which Representative Private 'generosity Is responding ulation.already been,covered. It the spec) features of the day As the nresl- and Guy \V. Currier. ---'- ;\la believed to bo Indicated In the stHilftlc3 >

..... --Cardan,jindj"JBurboKO.: .L _.!opposing! nobly to the demand by contributions dent and Mrs. Roosevelt started down This means that tbe financially crip of the Maine yards during, the
..' wings of tbe democratic u IlIembPf'shfp through: the -safe and efficient rhamieij The brightest hopes are baaed on the staircase, followed by others of pled condition 6f the companyitemporary 'ast year. f I
came of the American Hed Cross society. ,1IG'l'om1>lt>restoration of credit the receiving patty a flare of trumpets President: and"his;
very near to Wow. Taylor was condition which it Is recognized Roosevelt enllro.
ronfidont of approval. 1 have bas occurred. Situ (the I
your esultiiiR
elected. Ills : rusounded throughout the man OuMnet. (the -
was. the onfy name pre- cannot, prevail I governor of Ohio, the
ordered Rood Investment
the ; demand long-wi
'.- ,seated, and be received 63 votes Komrnment supply ship for capital sion. The Iklarlne BandIn brHHnnfrstailet not ho "permitted to render 1 pre gV\ernor of all southern states, Governor -
Celtic and Culgoa to the scene ofdlKfliler. Rotations The topld nbuuiptloii( ut .
Speaker Taylor of tlio liouso Is u. unifoims, was stationed In the to creditoisfind bondholders and L elect Joseph M, Brown ot Geor- i
new bond Issues
and the
Bou-In-law of United Slates Senator upon receiving the In 'tho large demand xtatclv .hall. The strains of Hall to (that the operation' of its system will I 'glu, Senators Bacon and Clay, the en-
authority which I now ask from you open manteL for older bond the Chief" faceted the evident t thf ; 3
Robert /
L. Ta'lorJ and a ton of Colonel n as continue untnlerrapted "until it Is Georgia oongreaslonal
they will be able to fond Issues of all grades In (tho I Ionce delegation
dispense /; substantial he
reached the main door and turned aol!
R, Z. Taylor, who"made KIIsatlonal more on Its feet, economicallyIpf'aklnl i prominent southerners have been ,
clothing and other supplies with evidence of this condition It
escape from night: rIIeriion. is 13 enter the blue room. and U able to meet all Its muted to attend the dinner to be giv' .
I which thev are laden to the \\alu of a condition \ltal lni.oitance. to ,
the ) Chief Jui-tlco Fiillpr and the associate en hyhe\
night talx
hanged Ca Atlanta
they Quoii- .
| the .' _ chamber ot coal-
: about $30 .OOU, The Celtic has already rttrlher oik of rehabilitation ip 1 jMsticPt: of (the court _ _ moire
tin Rankin at Walnut Log. HCl'lfoolI supreme on the( /
I Balled and the ('ul oa l 114 at Port be done before the full measure of of the United 'Sin lea ltd t the ent tie Ju- ATTEMPT TO at which evening January Ju,
h-_. bald KlglitCBKela' of the returning former prosperity Is ASSASSINATE Presldeiit'X'lffct Is to
: ; J be
.Lake.WAUCUBATIOM I |-dlclary 1 piesent, after which, canto senators I lie guest of honor thief
\ OF CILCHH1ST.(; battleship fleet are already' under ciders \\ ( the excellent demand for investment and repi'eKeiiUat i\ert in congress Attorney General Coldwell of Tennessee spciUer, and. r
for Italian waters and that go\ now established( and the --. Fired Upon by Nigh Riders J

Attended by Pomp and Pageantry ..t ,, ernmont has been naked U their nor abundant, money mflikct resources,.] HriRodler General J, Franklin Bell t'nlen, City, Tenn.! attempt to Wathing-toa. "' ,
Tallahassee. I \hes can be hade useful which lire looked; for early fn tile new chief of btnff, led tile army which' was safslnate Attorney General Cal -, CaMnct officers r
Tallahassee, Fla. The" Inaugu- I I "recommend I Hint the congress approve your, very larse resources are expected very fully rqj>ieHuiiteil, all of tbo of well wm made near his home here' Prebldcnt! are submitting to J
tlon of ( ovcrnO1Albert Wan ,41elwI.t the application'! of supplies to be placed at I the command of deere being/ In full dross iinlfurm The He was followed from the depot by a I INial1 Ho08evel their reports In \i

: chief executive of the mate of ubo\o mentioned am! furiber'oPllro.- the! great railroad Bud Industrial en,.- llavy also wni, well i'Ir.-nlo ,' who shut at.him twice as he answi to tie Aldrich resolution, us |
Florida was attended by the pageantry'I' the turn of 500,000()() to be applied 11ol'at lOlls for resumlt) iou of suspended - ,- tetri'd bits home. UnIon City is' not i I i to lh< "se
and pomp which are ,Aistmllv madea to the work of relief at I the dlscretlon and I postponed oullajB The ijulcKeninsc WAR CiolJDS W SOUTH w,1 IlKhtPd. and, a(the man ran af- i I eied have probihle: that the President will .!ti'
part of the ceremonies on the occasion -, of the executive and with the effect of (this In'uence' ii experted ,,. nrlnir' the shots the attorney gcueial -I l I I readto. Kubmlt to the npproprl \t'
of the administration( of tile conaent of the Italian governrneiit.I to be felt throughout the world (Nicaragua. and Honduras Are About 'ould not Identify his.TlSballant, I i; aliensoinmittee of the senate all t
1... formal oath of office to the flrbt mni<' I suggest/; that the law follow the of itidustiy -and bllHln ts In eirifSJicedconsumptive to Clash. A litllo( behind tbe attorney general, I these f'),'rt8 doii after the re'8&en. ,

Utrate of" the commonwealth- form of (that passed after the Mount demand for all gradesof :New' Orleans La.-The Times.Dem- was the loinl Amoolutod 1'rcbs corcei.Ji -, blnl',jjf ronjrCB It i the presi

Tallahassee had made elaborate I'ulve disaster. In 1902THEODORE( products pint merchandise i i ociat imlilishes a story UUbOd ou FC- '' ,dent, who shot (twlre at the', this 'nt"lton act promptly In

.; preparations to receive the new govern ROOSEVELT The extent to ,'hlcJ} tbe revision of'' 1 harts received from Ceutial AmurUa, would-be murderer hut minced him. > mall1

sr and visitors from all over I the Paris Franee.-The Figaro putt-! tim tariff In prospect may nerve to unsettle II I[ which are to (this effect The utoruey'general was on his : Mrs. "I. Ilellca. a clerk In the sig-

Elate who came to attend the ina'.ig- <-"<* the following dispatch from business and halt demand for t r :Nicaragua Is IpDTc lug troops) from way ) for the night, accompanied nal ,)twi be the next social s<*c.
ural exercises. The oath of office was Rome: products In expectation of price the frontier Into lie vicinity! of Cho- i I b)' the nowbpaper men, when they I'I'i retarv at white house and Miss

Administered' at high noon in toe presence I "As each day goes by the disaster changes Is a subject of some nneacy I luteca. Honduras to overthrow tho noticed .they woie' being followed. Elizabeth Manner, who now dictates

of a vast concourse of people. appears more horrible terrifying and conjecture. The European political I Koveinment of Miguel! Davllla, president Y.l.cii the reporter dropped behindMs the social, lists of the president'
The ceremonies took place at tbe ''immense. It Is without precedent in outlook Is not left out of considers I of Honduras. U Is reported that companion a shot was fired, and I Wife wi be given a position In the

east entrance to the capllol on a platform the history of the wOrld. In the early (tlon, owing to the current of 'uneasi; the Nicaraguan, lr. Arrlas, has recently then another, 'both, however, going ger 'ral'a office, according to .
erected especially for that pur diHpHtchon, ) I spoke of over" 150,000 ness, lest with the opening of spring, received almost $40,000 for wide! of their Intended mark The co.-'' an unofficial announcement. Mrs.( Hel-

i 1" pose. There were, tons civic and military dead. This number doubtless will be the unquiet conditions In the Balkans Hi'ray juppliea medicines.: etc, ..abiui respondent fired twlctt at a shadow. | Ica Is prominently connected with

parades that passed In ,review exceeded for now It Is conservatively may cause an- outbreak The condition i ped by secret agents of Zelaya In this phylklnR In tho street opposite, and I the social set \'uhlnglon.'She line

before the governor-elect and the 1I'"ni.'d that 200QOO persons peilshe.dmlserably of winter-sown grains Is not full)- cly, and that all I preparations are be- Mr Caldwell fired onco. but none uf her rained< a dltnclon t hrougl

+: ,presentgovernor,. UrowarU., In.,_thls. staggering' satisfactory and brines Into view the ins made for n-King campaign. .hell bullets took effect, 1he shadow has eflJcleno ns "hlpt )' !'
"KING OF THE HOBDES." trophe and the worst- Is- not yet falways' 'iUtJOrt1ult Influence; -of -ina. The 4nfouuanlaJJl the Tlm B.Dm.! dibaplenJnl, )1' made a little pocket money by
lnown. The scourge has not yet coming >ear's agricultural product. ocrat stated that it was geiierallynfl-, In full of neoofe of the I t tUeelfoot giving Jetsotm) In ,.brldiyp-----. ,
Invltss All the-Unemployed--- to Meet done Its final work. There Is feeling that the property derstood thqt the revolution was a I 111" "-lon, the stronghold POEtmastl'rs will not In, the future \

Him In 8t. Louis, I The tremblings of the earth continue looses) of the Kalian ralamli>. _,rniiv_. four-cornered affair, with the liondu- night riders, many of whom on thA imln of dismissal; he allowed
New York City.-Friends of J. with sinister. rumbling, and at -call for future adjustment:: In the fln ran malcontents attacking the Znla>'a hAve h1 drlnj.lng' but ihe town IS to solicit the mailing of matter' at

Ends How familiarly known an tim tlnres\,! lets of boiling water surge anclal markets. The situation thus I forces, backed by supplies and men being patrolled nnd no further trou- I their offices by persons living or doIng -

"king at hcboes" have received a let from the) crevice briefly summarized bhoMslhe Inevitable liom SaUador. U U also alleged'-that :... lh nntlclpated.PAlEOLirFfOUXD. i lislnell within the delivery of .

ter .from' him at St. Loula, In wblcab "JI)- .spile,jot ..hercplean_elfons- the ( ambiguity at all times' exiutl.n,; the (Juntemalan( government had sup pontMfTIce. al'lordln\ an Order1 *

,extends an Invitation for .a gathering : tuccop still is Insufficient. In ilio fmOf |lHTrflnancIal prospect plied .m..n. ,awLarIDJI. IN CHIP. IR"uf by the poatmueter genera 'l
remote regions! the unhappy Injuredare "aDle.dlngtbQ,.JOBlsl-jegulatlonn. The
of the unemployed In'hat city '
How left New York about two'months dying for 'Want of food and medical U., S. BAniLSHIPS: AT. SUEZ. RELEASED ON $25,000 BAIL Medina County Was Once Home. of' I class provides, (hat fourth-
and enraged Paleolithic Men. are 'Itnrrrncted( '.
and his whereabouts was not treatment. Dogs "wine. J0stmaater not '
generally go known until the receipt of by hunger, spring upon tho Fleet Arrived There Two Days'Ahead. : Jury. Failed to Agree In: the BeacrtHargi 4kon, Ohio.-The dlsco.rf to totcancelling post- ,
: of Schedule; claimed .to'' be ai paleolithic "are stamps on, nafter ,
the letter. In which he' says:, wounded and devour them.' !fi: Case. diverted from
: .Realizing: that this is going to bo" a No news of the death of any Americans Suez Egypt.-Tbe .united: Slates /rvlno .Ky.,-lloach Hargls*, ,charged stone near .Wadsworth has led Professor ,tnt.other. offices. ,to'. their. offices for mail-v ,
Frederick Wright '. . i.
bard winter and that there are all the excepting A. S. Cheney the Atlantic battleship fleet, completingtwo with the murder ot his father, former geologistand ', v' ', .' j
ahead" of its schedule president of the State Archeo- The'president ,'' '
American consul at Messina and bib days tho James! has Inrl'ed' Rio, foi- :
way from:: 85.000 to 100,000 men out of Judge Hargls, was ordered released
4. .I. ; next to the ot Its world- logical society, to declare that Medina lowing engineers;
df wife and the members of the Pierce longest run to accompany Pres
employment in all the large cities on 125.000 ball by Judge J, P. -
the country,.we have decided to call a fnmllv. has been received' '% from any girdling cruise, arrived here from Colombo Adams the Jury at the fist trial of county Wl tho home of paleolltii-I ident-elect Taft on his frln to PanaI .
'contention fit delegates from the dlf- quarter. J. 11. Pierce was formrly a distance of 3,440 knots, from the defendant having; disagreed ic man. I ma: Arthur P. Davis chief engineer
I which the fleet sailed Professor Wright: and Professor of the reclamation
place December
American consul at Messina. on service Washing
,f/rent centers to meet in St. Louis Mrs. Louellen, Hargis, widow it
lobrf Itronson of Ohorlln college, declare ton, D, C John
20th. The of from : It
a seaman (freeman.
i O ,January 22, 23 and 24. Tbe object j i the Judge Hargls and mother of his slayer that the finding of the l psleollth( atadawoith de'E', R, I. Allen Provi
battleship Illinois who fell : H
Of this convention will be to attempt To live as thrist Lived. > overboard and her two brothers, Floyd and 7en. New York
\\ U one of the most important City; Icham
and was drowned as previous Randolph,
for all thoeo John of the Bond. ;
.X :secure employment Day Jackson, signed
Cleveland Ohio.-A movement I James
discoveries In
America Infixing Din
the accident i Schuvler
reported: was only to Los
work and and "attempt to A rfumbeir of citizens cf Eatnl Angeles
desiring which has 1n the of
been course preparation mar the voyage from Colombo. The rtle age of human lifo on the Cat; and Frederick P Stearns
'get :transportation for unemployed for '., ] weeks was county also signed It. Young Hargls; Plos
,v vera put Illinois remained on the scene to '' American' continent I ton, Mass. Alfred Noble of New .Tori
men.'- jto their_ Jobs_ Into-;effect hero when one thousand search for the sailor, and Is a little has been released. The paleolithic stone Is an ellptloal- city "'8 the first engineer Invited by\, .

!( *' POSTAGE eight hundred young people pledged behind the fleet. At Port S4ld this LAST FLIGHTS( BY WEIGHT. shape flint weighing' hal or three- the president, but be was unable to- ... .
FOHJHEAP_ t themselves to "live..a. Christ would ciews will coal the baUleHblps-'wIta quarters of / pound, Is a fine leave his present work. It was on bin

: Ltt.r.. .Must .B s., MarkedVia. New 'have lived" during the nexttwo all possible speed so as to be in position He Carries With Him Members of the specimen of one of the !Iltrment I recommendation that the engineer
'York: te Secure Low Postage- weeks' to promptly to'Messina If It j Aero Club. tired by man during the glacd period. announced were selected.'irteteen .

New- ..York Cltyy-The two-cent poet.g. worth The, Memorial pledges were church made and at the the plan Ep- Is finally determined' to send them I Lemons, Franc*,-Wilbur Wright, ., -. > raulloa pupils of._ all_ _
agreement arranged between the there. the American aeroplanlst gave hlu grades andclasses were enrolled In r
,Untied States and the German postal was set forth in a sermon by Rev.V.. . last demonstration here carrying! with 8H TOBACCO_DEL MADE" the( public and private school of the-'

authorities. recently Is ROW In 'effect. U. Wallace. the minister described BANK LAAMhtltJ TO) LOSE FEES. him In four different flights members 15,00,0 Pound. of Tobacco United States a year ago, according
But It shoujd\ ',be -borne ''In mlnd' by In a general way ol the Aero of Sartbe. Mr. Sold. to the statistics In the annual report .,
the proper 'course of the They Will Be Put on Salary and Expense of the
uvall themselves Wright la to to commissioner of '
preparing proceed
;' correspondsnta'wiahinEtO HopkinsvIIIe, an all- education El- '.' !
people consisting of cheer Ky.-Aler '
of_ the cheaper postage that young as Basis. where he will remain a month, gtv- cession mer Ellsworth Thrown During' '. '.
thetf, letters;must be marked as inteilded fulness. Justice steadfastness and. Washington, D. C.-rNatlonal bank Ing Instruction as to the handling of 4lght of Imperial Toba r&reseDtaUva.eo Company, part fiscal year Vie commlsslqner pre thl. .
direct kindness. examiners will be put upon a salary,, his machine. He then the that the
'for; steamships sailing I goes to and the Independent buyers and thePlanters' tlct Seekers af
from ,New .York to ,German othei- Ercalhlng Bight During 1909. or per diem and expense basis, and United States. Protective Association, learnlnl have substantially 'In- ,
the present fee system will be abolished. -
'wise thelr-letters be sent byway: terms were agreed upon which will I'rell'ed, although figures; on their '
of England and France and the" old Chicago. 111.-Th. city health department If recommendations made by. NEWSY PARAGRAPHS. result In the sale of 15,000,000 poundsf mjmbers) cannot now I be corrected i

postage'union rate of. C cents wUt-be celebrated the new; year by Secretary Cortelyou Comptroller Murray dark tobacco. The Imperial had DI.cusllnl the new education idea
bulletin the importance and Deputy Comptroller Kane of Fire dostrojed the saw mill plant "
!charged Issuing a special on hitherto to south the commlssoner It
objected clqs/a Y
torrect breath tbe department are carried and large basket factory of the Love packingIn has says
Further. 'It should be footed by letter and value of treasury the hogshead and the association been largely brought about by '
K.; writers that letters from this ing. into effect. Members of the national lace Lumber company at Brewton, agreed to put no more than 1,500 the combined efforts of a remarkable 1.
noted la quoted by thrf monetary commission who will trans AlL The estimated loss Is $200,000or of
country:reach Germany Quickest by A physician pounds In-each hogshead. This Is group educational leaden nom of ,
that those mit the suggestions to congress, tur $250,000. partially Insured. The r whom have .
'of .England. and consequently If bulletin as "saying "only now In active
war the firstconsiderable sale of Ken been cooperation -
peed Is their:.object, the old 8 cent who are too lazy to greathe have on..umptlon. enactment into law believe that the plant was one of the largest and beat In behalf of the desired '
> tucky's dark crop and will be rail- i Impi'ovruents . . ; , ." proposition will meet with favor. equipped in the south. fled shortly. for a goodly number of. '.

A meeting was held at Bath, )Io., jeans .
j't; 'BIGHPKAISE: fOB FRES3. Jewish. (Chaplains; for II. Jrmy. TO FIIt1.FLII. STATEHOOD., of friends of Banker Charles W. Saloons May Test Law. There Is to be a big slump In.the- .

: '\ New York: City.- The Federation of New Mexico ana Arizona Will RenewTheir Morse In an effort to aid Morse secure New Orleans, La.-Steps have already American caviare market with .
/J .:Juage,:'well*. 'Qlves the NewspapersRestoring Jewish arganlzatlons of New York baa Efforts. a new trial. Bath is Morso'j been' taken to test the constitutionality responding raise In prices In the near,

.hC.rsdJtLfo Order. adopted a resolution petitioningeon- native place. of the new liquor laws In future due to a new fisheries j) :
1Ikfort.-Ky.-Fr ''h1U4ge.L.J gress.-the presldeut .DLthLJIecfelat! Washington.._ .D ,_r r-New:" ,... Mexicogndavtzouareprepr4ngfOV'nOth. _. Tfled.partrnent-Of agriculture and Louisiana and prohibition flaw ,.n Ala- tflat has been drafted for'Moptlon treaty by "J S "/
i !i4 0. Welli,. ,Galloway county. It was : |4 Dm nL.jhf .a &IL.k.l1nDLlInnlt'dIpon theUnited! Stated [
\ tea of war and navy to establish the lama _.ind jfppsstbl : 't hrow tbe'_ and Csnadiift' tL t
1ft ', learned that he regards, the Assoclat- office of chaplain Jin the army and er brilliant dash for statehood. This to grant a sparrowdestroyingsubsidy. states wide open again saloorTmen.A i nte de to --=
1 i''I, v>',. *<-Press ...- one of the strongest' me- navy of the nation 'for the! religious time they will co-operate, but the "effort In some parts of* -this distriCt report from Montgomery says one trw nt1--bl'i"bnit.-- N
1, :i ,drama that aided him In restoring 01derxln *- comfort and spiritual well-being of will be for two states Instead of the English sparrow Is becoming 'at the largest law firms in the south bar been t the subject of mater tlat ,

'< -*.*,- Calloway'county and to defeatIb."niLbt .Hebrew citlxens, <..-" td In the army one. Both territories are hopeful f a pest hating devoured the 'rice has been engaged to demand 'saloon n.snhJ'iiiions for many Internatoaa

-ij riders rfWltboutr: the support of the newspapers for almost sixty ye.rrt'set Into With a balance' of le'slltv of the act under which the (Oje port of Buenon Avres vessels, enteric '

f ;" ,":said 'Judge Wells. "U would KOrean Murderer Sentenced.San the union, and Arizona for almost hand, the relief $9,27,2' saloons were closed.Servian er August or September of -"
\<0. bav beea, Impossible for me to have half of that time. At the beginningof Ikd charge of the distribution of Rio Consul Alban this year.
t ) bested ,the night .riders but the senttmenC Francisco CaJ.-In Whan a .e..loo"'Of congress their laborsare fund donated to San Francisco at tbe Cabinet Has Resigned. that that O, Snyder reports tom .
,I f. :: created by ,the ''report..sent by Chang the ''Korean who shot and .killed ....."ed. So far they have been time of the fire of 1908, wi turn this Belgrade, Servla.-The entire Ser tonnage port of 211.168 during August a .

.;:-'tbe c:; ;-Associated Presses'-Jta newspa- Durham White Stevens in this eltylutJof.rclnUulced disappointed owing to the feeling money over to the charitable vian cabinet has resigned. No explanation and September entered the port,

_.A.: ,'pent...... so strong thai the nlht"rhl"- to twenty- among,.conservative 8&1tern'llenat.ra organizations and go out of existence. Is offered for this action, but It durlnl each tonnage of
: .r*' saw, their only 'salvation wa to five years in-the state penitentiary at and representatives that the=territories Burl ng eJlstencethe"corporstlorr( bcli.ved,4.ob&dul.o an Increasing fiat floated aver a little the British

... ;.their. ._, method-of warfare: Ban Quentln are. not prepared for statehood distributed $9,1.IUO't: demand for a ." policy bal of the 'vessels--entering_more .1 "

1f. ";.!. .t. . TULOEUIT4. ", To Stamp Out_ Tuberculosis. CRISIS IN CHINA.Sudden ., Civil employmeDtlDI.r. the government against Au.trlLStaDdzr I,, >,

!:irfi" V: hODoably. discharged P1 Secretary Root has asked
OU Not
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c and'Aioit MU t Pay the,:rine New York City.-A plan to completely Removal of grand Councilor after six years' service Is- lI '/or a appropriation qf $50,000 [for thq'

; ,. : - *JI.r : "t $80,000. oust 'consumption from New Causes Pretest by Powers. recommedded by Major General Frederick WuhlngoB. C.-The 'Ull use of the Interatlon .i'
..- ..hlqt- a1>. .o.-Th.'rebat. 'ease Tork: within 15 years,: at a cost of Peking. China,-The members of D. .Grant,'commander of the department -' court denied pet- gress which will meet' )Pl n

; --- e<.4Mi over9ment.against t). Chlca-IIC.000,000, U advanced: by Woods the diplomatic corps in Peking areTeltnlfh of the lakes In his annual tion of attorneys, representing ton in 1910. the congress I will

.O M4 '.Alton'.Railroad;; --:CompanyrinDBsteAfStates. lIatebhlO'llua.phJ'lIc1aD6t1.tlaorr( -- thunder struck: st the sudden report. Such positions as messenger -: .o".rment for review- of the $29- as large in scope as the '

... circuit court for .It provides for the taking out of 1 dismissal Tua.a'Shr-TCaInna; Tjlerksj--te.r: ..-ln-4hi-- ,,war Imposed upon the Stand.ard al Tubercular congress Wh| e01- .

; 'I ...u..' -Mftbefn'; district:',ofIUlnole', ,. la the i city. every' .tuberculosis patte 't"ho.cau' grand councilor and commander" of ment.: aouh. .says, be deprt Oil comp&Y of Indiana.the In -de l In this city recently. The .)_.
.... tW-company'and' Its'offlcersi the forces soldiers without dlnlnl case justices lon Is preparing a list of .
I I be discovered and the ,patients "
; charge of / , The step is believed to be the out examination In supreme court upheld practically -
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*Jaad.t.oK1zuI$$ oty-i>a k. :to be isolated la a' camp.- om.'. of a. Manchu plot, and It Is .applicants. Such a system, h con. every -point raised by the which will deal with tb I i,
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\ I\ he had Impressed himself upon '. A sore Ihroeft:; is.:a x .. *,,ytdutigerot74malctdy'
.1 Y II .. I'I'I. her heart: or)Imagination. So tar allwas M
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'\ l'i). ,A little 'further talk ct the books 'fcie a sock around ..T ''f'
f: vst'e'ry .
I.V Ii' .J, Glynn bad'left with her. of her wish : ...... ,

=- Ik' .. . : .. .. to leave. Paris; god'revialt, ;,the farm .. .. '.ne&to' ur3 J Itt. ''l
;; .. ..J' r.m. ; :ALE ER; '" 2 ogle; '.vbore:most"ot"her-chtldieh- --. --- ,_ ., 1'r'
lit. days had been spent, and, Glynn felt .'
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I . _, "Shall 'you -jniako, any: stayt""'she "
i; r' %. 'CHAPTER JV. 6ALast and was, tpld! that gentleman WILl asked, as she ga".'him. hei hand at ., ... . : /
II' , Cards traveling;abroad and that letters) addressed parting. '.,. -The Blicnth, Gown. 4t# + SNOW
'f 'The first few.days after'Olynn'a-t-e- to house would, be ''A'week or two, pqr piamonth; Like other fads that d"p't endure ,

JI, '* turn ,to London were BO crowded by forwarded.' Lady Gehln was not at Lam not aur ." The'Twill. dadiei hnv; though iu little nhoiitd d.r. tint- make sure Lt NI RF9i: eY-
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If S important-engagements. and serious home to reCeslte':his .
consultations with the elder members him a quaint, characteristic Tin* of of the."daywas 'angt\( -Juugi, '
'IIi ' of his firm as to the advisability of.anew warning. . and' "dream-like, He wandered Next Trouble'"How .wilt>euro that throat la abort order.'Ballard's .
and ,Important undertaking, to Having performed all his duties. through well-known places, seeking The : Snow Liniment penetrates the pores, promot
J..'A: which Glynn wa entirely opposed, Glynn found himself In the mall-train acquaintance .to draw him from the do you stand on the question ing free circulation, giving tho'inu&olea moro elasticity.IT ,

:.4te'! that he''bad 'no ,time for deliberate for Calais one evening about a-,fortnight puzzle of )lla' oorn*thoughts, and findIng of, a'sane Fourth of July?'* ? j ** Tr l"UIinUMATJSM.'CUTS,SPRAINS, CRUISES, **. 5

J". thought respecting "Lambert and his after he bad left Paris, with an none, till toward. 6o'clock, passIng "Oh. fudge} Let's get Christmas (L/UKtJO WOUNDS, OLD SORCG, STUFF JOINTS, ,
mj-sterious.::acquaintance -with" Deer* Irrepre..lble'sen.e of exultation, of 'Tortonl's, he found himself face .over-with-11ret."-Houston Chronicle; BURNS'AA'D'ALtr PAINS. ".
'lag, Yet the subject was 'never quite keen* delight at the idea of returningto to face with Deerlng. who was seated '

out of his mind. A vague, unreason what. he knew In his heart was a- at'one of the little round tables; eat Ko_Doubt GAVE

alls anxiety about Elsie haunted him scene of danger; determined: to enjoyto ing'an Ice "I wonder how man happened to_ JNSTAW.RELIEF.. ...,
and ha. was strangely; eager to'return : the uttermost the.pleasure of. 121- Hullo. Olynnl I thought yoirwere begin cooking his food?" TJonry Sfcono. Provo, Utah. Trrlten "I have usod( DMTard'n: ?
.tt;. to-Parl/; i sla's companionship, so long ashe In London" ".Ob. I supposj some prehlstotlc Bnow thjlniont for Nouraljjia; Tooth;;aoho and Soro Throat,'
The.earliest he could saw no sign of' conacl iisness on her "Well, you see I am In Parts" which upon a'rplionUongavo mo Instant relief. I can rooom-
spare.raoment started It as fad. ,, Louis i'
person a
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oh havo used
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part Life had so few moments "ol "When did'YOU arrive .
find was devoted to Lady Oethln. vllle Courle -JournaJ. pain oivusod trout Noumljjlu et&"
"Now then, have a. little Iced selt- 1 bliss that ,be could not and would not "This morning" ,
ser and milk It Is quite warm: this deny himself the' draught that chance.' A little ordinary talk ensued, the A Pessimist PRICR25C: tic: AND'g.00'
-evening .said-Lady Oethln; "and let I had offered: tone of which showed a strong desireon .
has had
us have, r long talk-that letter of Miss Lambert ',was alone when the part of DeerIng to be civil and -'Tha.t in" disappointments .
yours whetted my; curiosity. What In'I Glynn found himself In her presents, friendly: Glynn at once determiner Ballard Snow Liniment Co!' :
"Quite right. Thirty
the world has kept you away so long? and sitting, at a writing .'table; she to accept his advances; he might thus years ago: he .
began looking for lot of EOO-502
I detect some-indications of the secret a Second-Street
and with
every one has been asking for you!"' rose quickly; came .
haven't .
Tartly business, and partly curl I Ioalty outstretched hands. "I am so glad which underlay his acquaintance with 'Ington Herald happened yet, -\Vash- ST. LOUIS, 1 llISZ0tJRnto" '

; ," you have come." Glynn did not speak Lambert, and the curious Influence he T.. .
"What about" S immediately was surprised at seemed to )have exercised over him. -

Whereupon Glynn described his the Intensity ,his own delight on He could, not, however, bring himself In Musical Comedy
meeting with Elsie and her father, finding himself 'once more beside her, to accept his Invitation to dinner, "The dialogue ought always to Sold and Recommended by'

not omitting Vincent, the curious contrast listening to her voice, holding her though he1 agreed to dine with him at carry. forward the plot of a play/'
between Lambert and his hand, gating Into her eyes He did one of the luxurious cafes which "Is that so? I thought the dialogue For Sale at ROBERSON'S DRUQ STORE.
daughter, the reappearance of Deer- not know he was so far gone. She abound In the great capital of pleasure. was put In to give the rborus peoplea .

Ing on the scene, Incongruous acquaintance looked paler, thinner, graver, than chance to change costumes.
with Vincent and Lambert wh-n he last caw her. She wore a Deering talked well!, of many '\Vallblngton'1-Iera1d, I IISSIMMEE';
1 and the evident astonishment of black dress and had a small scarf of things, chiefly political; he also mentioned ---
each on recognizing the other. He delicate lace tied loosely around her his wife and home pressing ._ The Consultation.. ,
only suppressed or sottenejT the"clrcumstances throat. Her bright brown hair looked Glynn to come dowq for the 12th of First Doctor-"This Is a most mysterious -

under which he had golden even In the dull light of a gray August, promising him good sport. case. I can.'t make anythingout RIVER: ROUTE
known Lambert, and the fact that he day, and there was something sad In It was not till they had risen from of It." :
had changed his name. When he her pose and expression that Gl>'nn th.e table, and were lighting their Second Doctor-"Hasn't tho patient .

ceased, Lady Gethln,wbo bad listened found Infinitely touching. cigars previous to separating, that any money?"-Puck. BTKAMim!: LiLLiE, STEAMER KOSKADA. w \i

.. with profound attention, exclaimed; "You knew I should return-nt Deering made any mentlofi of the Captain Clay Johnson 8r. Captain Clay Johnson Jr. T
"A l least, your father did,". he said at subject! probably uppermost In bothof The Unsin.
very pretty mystery, my
upon Regular weekly trips to Basslnrer red return.Roseada.. 1.11.""'KlssUsv' "
word. That Deerlng Is a send! He length. k their mlnda. He-"I wonder It we can get alongall nee Tuesday morning, and arrives nisstmmee Friday evening J'
knows something against Lambert, "My tether did expect you ; but I- "Of course, you have not seen any right"
Special Charter Trips to Lake Olteec'obee Fort
the UUte.
and Myere on
and be Is going to use his knowledgeto I thought It likely that when you thing of Lambert? She-"CertalnIY We can buy the Comfortable accommodation for '
help him with the daughter. I were among your own friends, your "No, not yet" auto with the money father left mean The paasengers. Rates reasonable qy
would not toleave "He la a nsh-a shady' most picturesque Waterwsy In Florida _. .
never liked Deering. He Is a .smooth- own people you care queer very !! you will surely make enough to For *
tongued and has them." member. I knew him under another for pa..enrer'and'. Weight Rates"apply to "faf'l
sneering hypocrite, pay running-It, don't you think
many queer corners In his life, or I "1 am afraid that you are not so name and' rather doubtful circumstances -Puck, CLAY JOHNSON, 8R.. Proprietor
am much mistaken." well as when I left" said Glynn, ; I a in afraid he is not In'a Oa board "IJllle," "llDm..,.Fla.: '

"I never heard anything; against drawing a chair near her writing- very sound financial position' ; he Is a Three Thousand Year ..
which she bad reseated her thorough adventurer. it is a bad
him;; Indeed, he Is rather liked among table at "I think from the utensils about
Even now I think he self. "It is perhaps Impertinent to business for the daughter' ; She Is a
men. scarcely him this mummy must have been an
-can be capable of any evil designs say that you are not looking as well, very nice creature. I wonder where Egyptian plumber :
against a girl like Miss Lambert. as brilliant as you were.: '.' be 'picked her up, for one can't be- "It would be Interesting t, bring rs fish ; ::
"Brilliant she lieve she really is his daughter" Men
What struck me at first. was the sort repeated, with a him to life."
brief smile. I "There Is not much family likeness .
of fierce, uneasy curiosity he dlsPlayodc9noernlng sweet "That. never "But too risky. Who's going to
_ her could be; but you are right, I am 111 between them, certainly; but'I see no "
__ .He certainly him
,- : pay' lor hla t1.\J1.1\ Washington ? Righteous Will Be Remembered by..Things- -
admires her very much." -Ill at ease I mean. My father. reason for doubting his represent Herald. '

"So does some one else," returned Ah! he fs so changed! I know he Is. tions. He is evidently devoted! to her, ? They Have.Forgotten. \ ,

Lady Oethln, with a knowing nod. "I That Is why I am so glad you have and his surroundings are perfectly. Street Corner ....,
On a .
trust and hope that the ,beautiful I come; he ,can speak to you, be may respectable. ,
'eyes; and lovely voice, attractive speak to you. You may be able to "Perfectly.. Where did you meet "My friend;"began the seedy stran Fy President ,Arthur. Hadley of Yalf.
my.tery'IUl not draw you into makJng help him; but I am only a helpless, him?" ger. ee.e.... IFE; is full of things that are worth having, but which we
K I a fool of yourself." ignorant girl. Yet I could do much If "In America, many years ago." "Xothlng doing," Interrupted the KhaMnever! ) have ,If we devpteourtlmeto'thinking. ) about
I were directed." "Indeed I Oh, ;you are going solid citizen. thew "
"But.Lady Gethin! cried Olynn,
amazed,at her penetration and quite "I should be most happy; to be of Well, good-nlght. "I don't want a.cent. j4 1 Lee Happiness is worth having but'lbe-'man who spends'bii'' k

unconscious-' how much he. had be- any use, to.Captain Lambert," said Hugh, Glynn was careful to stay In "Then I am Indeed your friend. Go ., days planning how to be happy !defeats his ,own end Pub "
trayed. "y'on do not hD.alne'that at Glynn. '!No doubt 'your affectionate Ills room-all the next morning, think ahead'with i'CmarkL"-flous- lic office Is worth having, but the man who occupies ills Ute

f',," ':', tar age I should be so weak as to be anxiety inclines you 'to" exaggerate: ing that it Lambert wished to make ton Chronicle '"," lain: ;' NNNNIN.eeee.e: 'scheming how to get office loses the chance' of public service -

: '; .'!a i" :"., drawn Into an entanglement marriage but"When ? any private communication they were .,i ',which make'; that office honorable. Culture ll worth'e ',
you .ou- secure from there Might Take a Chance having-almost the man'who x'
of :which my Judgment disapproves. see him will understand more, interruption Infinitely wor1.b..h."lng-but.
." .:' Interrupted' Elsie "you will than elsewhere.It "Pa: would you go 'uP in"an airship sets out to make culture his' primary Object usually ends. by \elngeither:; ,
"I wouldn't give five minutes par- see that I do not exaggerate. He will 'was barely ll when Latpbert It you bad a chance?" Prtg.or a sham. Somehow other the conscious seeking of a good thing It, '
chase for your judgment Hugh. not tell me what has happened. He was announced. Glynn was positively "Well," replied Mr. Henpeck as kept up too long and too constantly interferes with:; tSethance of-obtaining Itr i

Take my advice don't Cp hack, to says he has not lost his fortune. I startled' F>y the change in his aspect he looked around cautiously to assure What Chrlstlanlty- does Is to put a man in the-way of realizing the,,right'
Paris, let them manage theff mysterythemselves. ; should not care if he had for ( could His weather-beaten face was colorless himself that he would .not be kind of ambitions Instead of the wrong kind. It'Warns us against seising the'

You will be let in for earn money by singing, though not and haggard, his eyes had a hunted overheard, "I might It I could be as- shadow and letting go the' substance, It gives us a scale of. values whlcb
something unpleasant and risky- on the stage. However, my knowing look, as though seeking a way of escape sured that no ladles would be ad- helps us against mistakes of judgment .
don't go back." would not help him, because I have his clothes were carelessly put mitted."Chicago Record-Herald. A man wit:' whom. ambition- tee dominant 'niotlve=a Plan who;: In they

.'Oh, I must go back1. I promised always; been shut up and am so Ignorant on, his mustaches no longer waxed language of the text, seeks .great Lambert I would; besides I want to You do not mind me telling and fiercely twisted; his whole air bespoke Puzzled of mistakes; mistakes of dishonesty! ;mistakes of selfishness, and 'mistakes of,

eee the play out: and you alarm yourself you all this, do yout Though I have I neglect. New Yorkers had been 'warned to judgment His life may be Instncert., His life may be selfish, 4.
unnec ;rn,.. I admire Miss not known
lAmbert. I think her as good as she and-and-you seems. like a'real aid. a faint gleam of pleasure lightIng "*hat for?" they asked, with lan- ,them. If he is trying to Judge\ ,his,own character her1hin1s chiefly" of the InV!,
Is charming but I am ae averse to a friend, to him." up his restless eyes. "I was -guld interest. stances where he has.consciously fccrlflced his own1!Interests. In order to do,
'marriage'with She looked full In his face, her afraid you<:wouldn't get back again something for others But If It'will think
her ae-you can be.: "To make It safe to drink!:;;r replied the world Is $'udgniTats! eharacter ?;t
.Moreover. have a safeguard In her great soft eyes all .suffused with tears this .e.eoni business must be attended the sanitary official. less than he does of the $160 which be did !, '4 ,

indifference, (or she treats me with -like violets laden with dew. to. You're In business- ; aren't 3ut why drink It?" they queried, box on Hospital Sunday,.and more than be dgea-ottbAlundrpd. times tnat.ta. ,,
'f frank confidence :as. her ,father's old 'I am gratified that you confide In you?" with a keener curiosity.. Philadelphia left his neighbors a dollar richer because-'be .4''';lysplt'gf doln"fc business..' ,w:+'
I friend. nothing more." 'me, so far" said Glynn quietly, 'with '"Yes; but lean attend to It sometimes Ledger fairly, or the hundred, times that,he cheated bM neighbor out'ot a dollar by, 'y
"This Is worse and war..."- said laudable self-control. "I shall observe at a distance" business habits, in 'oil 'own mind, 'rives no harsher name, than s'4

Lady, Gethin gravely. "How do'you your father by the light: of your "That's fortunate and you have shrewdness. The better )he world Is'the surer. it take.tbeeelaet things} +'q
know what profound tenderness remarks; and If be Is really')a any been all right*. An Intelligent Statesman Into account. -4" t\ - wk

j :Indifferent airs ma" mask r. , difficulty or cares to consult: "me, I "Yes quite right thank you.'t "What will we do when the tree If there Is one moral lesson which.. the Gospel UeraUa .-nd' 'reiterates..,it"

"Do yon think I have' never looked ball be most happy to assist'him so "You saw Elsie yesterday. She was 'are, destrpyedt". asked, "the. forestry: Is Importance of these unconscious courtesies.or discourtesies l these .unconscious s I+ ;

;. Into say eyes; nor learned/ their lan- far as I ,can. Probably, hi, depression glad you called"bur she:is not very 'experts. , honesties or dishonesties. /_ .0-1'-:v"; :+1't'; ;, C .
.... rfuage. before I:iftw Miss Lambert's, arises from some, temporary bright You didn't think' her looking ; "I suppose," answered the, .- lathe Pay Judgment the wicked,* therreat' k

;, that I should .b.k mlataken'" .asked losses. Believe me," and his dark well eh?" . solemn statesman, after: some sins, which they; have committed, but for the,little service' ,'Which' tJeT'.bavt;
Glynn'laughing. race lit up with a pleasant smile, "Not as well as usual, certainly." thought, "that in 'such an event we ,left unrendered. 'The righteous will be,distinguished -notily'th&great deeds,

:' "''Oh. I dare say Vou are learned "money Is.a. most Important factor "No; she Is fretting-fretting -will be 'obliged; to depend: for wood which they have" remembered! but by the little deed. 'thatthey': have for T a
+... -enough in such mat rs. -Pray, he in existence; I am able to..ert.from about, her old dad. Its wonderful entirely on the lumber: yards..'-, gotten. A . r( y '

.. guided by me, put the arisiap epi"S experience that-there Is'no-vacuum. how that creature loves me.fel! Washington SawsDhtlerentp_.. 'r The one thing that grows greater as'tlmegoe** .'on'.is ins heroic character'

apde outof, your head ahd make' up so distressing at an empty pocket Sometimes, when! she Is banging, -' which men have acbieyed by not seeking great things, but simply1 j doing dally al ,
your mind to marry that ntea piquant "If It Is the loss of moneyshe returned ! about me and singing the songs I Opinion. duties without knowing It until they hV.. 'achieved, the power to,meet., any

little daughter of P .rlOn'..\I asked gravely "we ought.not to stay like and making a Servant of herself "Just think, the baby only : emergency that might arise;; '
'' them on purpose to. jneet you. He here;; life I.'very"costly'I; Vnowj I or'me, I Just look back and think of six po.unds." weighs.. ,. ,c. ,.. '

a( .' will 'give. her ten thousand, po n4', have 'paid everything for the last the scenes I've gone through and the "That is because you bad the junk -...'.... .',"..................'.

;;":: .and he Is a rising man; he will,b n eight months. My dear father is''too queer scramble my life has been, and buyer: weigh It on his *calea. .Just !f
'+- "the peach! In a year or two; they. apeopled generous; we ought to manage as we wonder bow the dickens happens wait until the iceman come along
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aboutas his business of old that she doesn't :
dear Lady Gethin I I don't move required an scapegrace; that the baby Is a monster, weighing .
_want to and I could go back to good brink from me; but ,she doesn't," .
marry any one, and so I will twenty live pounds at the very least >x '"' "
bid you: good-night. A thousand M 1i. Kellett. with infinite 'exultation, "she loves I Nashville American. As- We BuildEy ;<
thanks for your good advice." "Vho'ls Mrs. KenetU"tosler.mother me, sir, as well as ever a child loved ....... *, ..,
:"Take care," was her Valediction. "tff. ; the ;only father!" Efrrlous Indeed.: ... ,
The'next-day brought CUynn a few mothers! have ever known; she lost "Of that I can have no doubt" .

lines from Lambert, which struck him her bab 'aDc her husband, and took cried Glynn. "And your affection, "Just heard about jour being :'. F W Fitzpatrick.. . *ti
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expressing. more uneasiness than me to,,love' Instead, at1 the time our for her deserves It." ditched old fellow. Awfully sorry +,
\'- wa' Intended. place was destroyed C Anstra.Ua.9ut. '."She has made another man of Wife out"of the hospital yet?" .

."I havetko right to ask you to re- Mn Olynn it is more than me," continued Lambert. "But "Nope. ..NeNeh HE cost of fire and its accessories, In round numbers: : is just'

L.. _tnrn-lf-- !-doer 'not--.ult- you/'-.he moneyi.hatdlsturbs:_lath er..*' hough_.I.J aye.. notbeen_ a, regular "Pshaw.- That's too'-bad, It must "" '_aoout an even $000,000,000 a year It may be but a peculiar
wrote, "but I hope you will. I feel "Let tie hope be will .speak openlyto saint all my days I am as white. nave been a-grettTseMouraff'aiv,, - .}D e ee.o r Derhape.: lt iron 'gacatsactonncanom7d 4IJUlltme :
,In need of your counsel. I have bad- me; but I have no right to ask his driven snow: compared to some blackguards "Serious, I should aay; it was seri that with all,our phenomenal growth and the'tze '1:

wonderful luckTTol-Kears. and now confidence.. Now youfmnst not worry that' bold up their heads to ous., I wrecked the radiator" and T.ii, mendous itoom and vast amount of building -carried;oo.ja' "
'rm..frald WaturnJn: Then I am yourself unnecessarily. I am staHot hIgh places. I am rambling on like racked the front sale. -Cler lacdPlaftr some 7ear., ,be most active',year we have ever bad la

:5' noWas: ,-young or strong 'as I used :to as usual at the Hotel Waeram, 'and an Idiot. I called to ask it you'll Dealers, _. :: building 'construction: Dette
bet and one way or.another It would have letters) to write which Will keep come and dine -with us to-night. II buildings, and ,alterations 'during the twelve, months!:?"Ito. ,'
) cheer me up'a bit to bave a talk with me In"till past 11 to-morr'bw. should .beers me up,to sea an honest face.' He Was Sensitive.Blobbs that. with' all our' unted'acUrily'we: produce in, money It
!":: Captain Lambert "feel "disposed to Glynn accepted the invitation read -. T "You're pretty much value only.a trifle more than what we destroy:, /Worse than that in the first.jnonthptthflprtgeQtyeaiijpurlps !

-- -.,.-- -you.Had Glynn had-anjrhesltattonras ta c>]l."---_- --_ l1yandrattera_pauae....during rhlct ,.a1D.c.k..L't YOll, old, es.]br fl're.,wera.over 124.000,000, .....stt t
: revisiting Paris this letter would ban "I will tell him" bald Elsie. be drummed on the table,J) Lambert man?" the same time expended but $16,000,000 InNnew buildings and repairs. 'One. 4':

. .decided.him.. He.Sent a' few,lines in Then Glynfl knew he ought to go ecommenctd. Hobbs-"I was, ones. But after average, fire loss Is $19,000,000 month-a "not-mal" montX But'the-confla- .." ':
J" reply,and,then .applied hlmse'f) stead= but he'could, not tear,himself'away To be ContinwLEurope' what she said to me last 'night J'nv ration risk Is snch hat we iave'>*'abnorm&l'')zoo a with IltartUngJt'normal: ,"(

:" ily" toelea..:. 4' +meMa as r dar po !n>le.'to"secure 'a this quIerconfidentUT-talkrko' 'In t6xI': beet'Iugar'erop'for.,190<-' ,\ 000,000;and In April ot 1 908.-San.-Francisco added $350,0a.thernormslmonth's -'.'.w.

xgLs long. holidayr :;.-- :s t r ,- eatingto: see that her Dale: anxlom ::r"l..Umat cI'-af-6T1r,000" metric ...;..J11o 'w..- -. '.Gee fr-W1lA; > ,ie.1lds- 'she,. loss+ .Ja..JI'Vi':years'lime the total,baa been 1i.Z5111f,000./o others: ,

; :He poled" onpeeringathis: ; club,', face bad .brightened considerably, ;' I rtons; '-'" II uy tot -' I nation on"earth,could stand T the' drain and'even' we are bertnulng'to feet It. t'McClure's ,
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-:-- -- .'.- . : Don't ,&IHo see "our Line of Fancy Sil. '. -. \. . ., '....

''Rockers, all kinds; Book Cases, Sideboards, Chins. Closets, DlmnaChairs., Vfo have a complete.LIne of Dolls!, Doll Carriages, mocking Horses, Drums' ,. I
vet Pieces VasesOups and Saucers, ;
". Oak' 'Suites, Iron Beds.Bed Spring. .FULL LINE. Balls, Air ,Guns, Express Wa ons. BIG LINE OP5. and .10 CENT \

+ '., Cake PJates. Berry and Water Sets.. .- GOODS. ALL MUST BE SOLD, ....... . .
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Everything ,Must: Be Sold Regardless: of Cost; .ail <# ;$ & Nothing to Be' Carried Over

I r. ,.the;,,,Kissimmce Valley Gazette. What the Kidneys Do FEEBLE OLD LADY .- I M ""' .

The. C. A. CAg5ONFre.Idet. ... C. ..YAN, 8acr.er7.
r'PUllLlSBBD;: EVERY FRIDAY.' j Bar Strengrtk! B.* re4 By GraystontKiaSIMMEE. - . -
Their Uneeesivg work Keeps Uft Vtaol 'rSE'::
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Olfice In Valley Gazette Building. and FLA.
Strong Healthy.
Mrs Michael Bloom of Lewlstown. I

kIE91ILMRL OACtoLA COUN'tY. FLA. All the blood to the body passes Pa., who, 80 years ef age, says: "Fora Waters & Carson Grocery Co.
through the. kidney once every three lang Um. t have bees so feeble that On Lake Tohopekaliga.! I ;'r
\w. B. HARRIS, Editor a.d 'Pr p'r. minutes. The kidneys filter the blood. I have had to be wheeled around I. Hunting, Fishing, Shooting. ,
They work night and da,. When I had Bathing, Rolf, Tennis, Roque, -Wkoleeate ..* ....IIDeaI.ral.
Invalid's cbalr. strength
healthy they remove about 500( grains SB no Cricket, Clock Golf Baseball: )),
SUBSCRIPTION RATES ash took cold at the slightest provocation
b 1 .>M.oiirreM yea-.......,., .....--..... ..1 of Impure matter daily; when Unhealthy which Invariably settled on nay Trap Terms Shooting.2.SO 43.60 G OCERIES
00to some part of this Impure matter : to per. day
1 ,1,.One One eon_?r.tnree etx mntl I IMP .. .,. 85 is left in the blood. This brings lunge end a cough would result. 4AX .15 to *21 perweek.To i
diseases and son Uaraed of the cod liver preparation -
"-? on many svmptona-pain r .
Alf umaiunleatlona. ; except from our eutbor4 In the back, headache, nervousness, called 'Vinci and procured a Friends ..,
'' mmrrtmgonflinta.muM he atoned by tne writer hot, dry skin, rheumatism, Our COUNTY AOBKTS fom '
fOUL jrravel bottle for me. It built up my..treagb .
gds.asd matter will not be retorned vntoeeteredattlMpBetaAeeta Come and try a meal at the .- -- ----- ,! disorders, dizziness of irregular the eyesight heart and, debill-nearing rmpidJr.I abl.sod to after do most taking of three work bottles and hotel. Single meals 6Oc; 21 II A Y I I CRATES
am my meal tickets '10. Rooms tl Celebrated Fertilizers 1
perdav I
ltv, drowsiness dropsy,. deposits in
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......._.Is.. __D.uFridav. -. the urine, etc. But it you keep the fI liters I- I eaa walk a quarter of a mile easily GRAIN 1 ETC.
every aged or weak person who requires -
rt ht will have trouble
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.... January H, 1909.. with'7.. W.YOur Bass kidneys.south aide, Klsslairoee.Fla delighted strength with should what It try has Vlnol des.I.forme" .. H. W. THURMAN, -, Circular.*-ami A...PrioeaP..U..4 / -.j

.. says: "Doan'., _Kidney Pills . I Il\
About the best New Year resolution have proved of such great benefit topie A. a body builder aid strength creator PROPRIETOR.M.

tb keep Is the one to pay your.dues. to that 1 dOnot hesitate, to recom- for old people, delicate children HIDES FURS WOOL
mend them. A lame back mad it difficult
,'"Tfce Hoard of Trade promptly.It < weak, rua-dowa parsons, and after ,
for me to get around, also to
.J .Ick..... Vlnol Is unexcelled If It >sa
is announced that Tom Appleyard stooo comfortable or lift. No, and position a good 1 assumedwas night'srest falls to give satisfaction: we will return r- ; R"1i oou.nir Produce a. J3peola.lt3r.: .
Is to have charge of the state printing.
was out of the question. The kidney your money.

':Tallahassee Who said Tommy? could,be kept. out' of secretions were so frequent in action \ Real Estate Agency.NNNNNNMNN. ,.._- ..," -, "' --"" """
that I often had to arise from six sale by lloberaun's PharmacyEPtIW .
to eight time. during the night. I tried i _ . _ Aid DO" they use job printing presses several remedies also rubbed my: back --;-

_ ;' to freeze ice cream. Mr. my, what with liniments to relieve the pale, but Realty bought and 'sold. Favorite .
is the neil burden the prlnterman will Fertilizers
to no avail lllnallv heard of Do.o'lKidDer Houses rented. '
; be made to bear? Pills and oiooured a box from I 4
-r the Klssimmee Dru "Co. They disposed s Taxes paid and Titles verified I

::4:. .The most commendable thing we of the lameness ,Jo. my back, r i for non-residents. i I fORCITRUS AND ALLt-:: HER CROPS.

Daveheardofjudgqdologlately. aa.reDjft.beDW&IIJ'ldfJD8'18Dd rid meat P-scarcery liwit to tae F5reLif c ancLAccidentsurance. In.:-_ .- ... .
was when that one in Tennessee refused the necessity of arising at night. I =- -t--Y --
bell to. tbe murderers of Senator CarlO cannot say too much in favor of "bl.elrectJ.e bntitlakcalfawaadBmoM: *. weave
aek.. been Improving Sows and -.etabJe 4 Indemnity Bonds.NOTICE. .
For sale kidney by all remedy.dealeia/ Pric 50 M __d.lor..... so'.... More Uiaa_ jr. . .. .. .. ..... ...... F.ERTILIZER'MATERIALSINSECTICIDES
people are workiaa1 to make Petty'. .*tf *P *P f.> . .
They>> are to have a week of prayer cents.: Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo. H Seed nit,..... Bay the -PefI'7'a. .
o up In Palatke. We didn't know'' New York, sole agents. for the PlB] For aale rrerywbere.rtmmjrm - ----
people of that town mere so tough States.. .
to require a whole week of praying to rmet on MWEOT.D.JS.rKltl !
ave t.bel.lOull.. take Remember no other.the name-DOIUI.I-aDd Y a co.Oan.e.aim. -FOR ISALEJBY'- --.ft....


We would suggest that Arbor Day SEEDS.Osceola d.. M. LEE. -KISSIMMEE
*ba celebrated in Kisslmmee by the bead BULLION BAR MINING : 't
ft of every house planting at least one -
tree either in the street In front of his R. GoldsteinOPTIC .- AGENT FOR- ,
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borne or In l hia yard. ", COMPANY STOCK-- ? 'II, ..." ',,",('> ,"< ...:..
SPECIALIST Sanders Fertilizer Company' Jacksonville .' ' ''
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That man Stovall down: In Tampa is .County : ;.
L doable-distilled, copper-riveted for sale at less than one-third the price j''I'" I IH.1y

{ ap-and-get hustler. The success of the I asked by the Comoanv.; Especiallylow
Tampa Fair will be doe to him more I Abstract CompanyS. II price on large blocks
than all others combined.
1 I .. I Address, Box 8O6, Ocala! Fla. Klrc-fix EL-/rdl lC ?AEf/rc NNNNOTICE A dll'IE{ /Ce1fE .

i' Tb* follower of Koresh Teed say hewill H. BULLOCK. MANAOBR. janl-U
>awake from the death sleep be --- ----- i
passed Into'last month. If be does he I Rea.1 estate '
.will fled himself in a place that has Titles examined and reported on ", .
occasioned a great deal of discussion. OF. TAMPA. 'I Taxes paid for non-residents : W. L. W DDZOB i .
__ -L.- Instruments relating. to real estate iI
u That,Associated Press correspondent carefully drawn ., To reduce stock in order to make room for my summer r
Will be in Kissimmee MONDAY ..
'' stock of spring goods we will sell
must have been shy oo news when Correspondence Solicited. our entire l lot of Silk at
N. he fired off his pistol and then claimed JANUARY 25-one day only at '. '
s; night rider bad attempted to assassinate I .

the" Attorney" ", General .of' .Ten-. THE INN REAL ESTATE \ One-Half Original Price. .
i ;T*** Pesese.. 't 'Eyes examined and glasses scientifically WILLIAMS'. ,kIDNEY PILLS \

If tie Florida'.frnli a-rower.' would Have you'neclecfad jronr Kido.y.T !!... I !
G adjusted. Don't neglect your yon ovrrworktd *oor nvtvoai and i Will sell Woolen Dress Goods at ACTUAL '
dlspalv tbe same amount of businesseenss ciu...d Iroub'awitn! bladdcrfH COST OR riJ.;.
,, M those engaged In like Indosvtrtes children's. eyes .T.- yna raini In ...Yourbaeksod .. and : KISSIMMEEFLORIDA LESS for the next 5O days ror Cash Only. .
-' : la California, that state wouldn't bladder 11..e'ou. Dabbr appearance of the
All troubles and ; un4,' Ib eracf Too frequentS '
1' r eye nervousness aae mpacltliX r *
be one two, three with Us in five years' dcalrr-to pam mine U.... Wllllajni' Kidney
" time ado wealth. headaches relieved.Consultation . pill will\ cure ,-.u.\& O-.. binaacy G. F. KRIBBS
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'*:1!, 'Broward y'on"\'aod"Gllcbrllt.\ In and examio,,U.f free.. P i itti'
.' \ charge of tbemsebine.NowletthenewGovernor Office hours: A a. .mTto 4 o. no.J.H.REDDITJ. DR E. F fAKER'S."CENTIST' I
begin right by notifying the .
Office in the Court House-Kiseimmee 35t iaZ''ra3a 1 -
sbertfis of .be state that4hey will lose.
enforoe.everv Florida. . -'
.y l'. law on obsstatnie books._ ' Office over Onlando) ( in the + '
11 With whom will befassociated
Phone 73.
" / Co. trial of the ,law firm *fMassev Head(! the Christmas List '
causes ,
V .'main features in many of the Crown Bridge. and Por \\o'.n vi rk a WHsA
Florida papers last week were details !'t8C1Altr. & Warlow., of 1. ,: .:
.. .of, murders committed in their neigh Orlando '
NOTKTbo: sirlnir m>' ,'!'YICe. #
.>,ii' borhoods.: ,Theholidays passed tnKU'slmmee i should make uri un./iucijtH in advance KODAKFor '
\ .r' without even ,an angry .
f" ,word being. spoken, so, far: as we pan d' ORLANDO n.\. DR. J. W. SIMPSON .
I, .. learn*' .. V.v..'. .* : everyone likes pictures of- the .,. '
-- --- = DENTIST. .
: .- persons&nd.tbines that hells inter- .
a. :_.":.,-W.nsaLtoelttrO a.jto -' ':pleasure In taking a"friendly fall out DR-tEgLIE--; .-WEEDDH r.---UPil ifri lh-Kats UultdingOmGz eltedJn.And.&nybodyean-" .. _
(Ir ':if of the editor of the Sanford Chronicle, Va. m. .make good- pictures with.
bat in future >we, will have to forego Specialist--Eve, Ear I HOOKS: }r 1:30 t.o. a&jf.S. a Kodak .

t that pastime, 'That excellent pobltoa- Nose and Throat..... Telephone No. 76 Jun 5. Ivr 1
g -tlon is now editedby'one of the genM -. --
Yty..!:, .->Mrs. M.' 8. B. Overman .'
Private Hosoital. American Na- W. W. CARSON.0, D.S. Kodaks ,and Brownje Cameras
at Storefrom
f' i.".'AThe state is ro.. failed with theatrl- tional {Bank Building, Tampa DENTAL PANLOPIsi .
:,' '':?,, "': cal companies-some good, some poor, 12,00 up. .
( ,Vy I"'but. the char actor i of their histrionic ,, Florida. .IV...* BUILDING
V, abilities. will out no figure la their. tak- OVBH OSOIOLA PHARMAOYOFIriCCMouRsf OSCEOLAPHA ACY.
al.logout of Florida many dollars thatems . JEWELER AND Scientific Spankingconsists : , to-muchbetter -- .. TO '2..__ .
> : WATCHREPAtRER. : '1n panl m8Dt'Oljlv'wbeJr> a f TO IS. -Mfe' __ _ .
than attend
y advantage laillhow. Call and see my t-ioe of Watches. child !actually. bad. Some mothers "
think that all crying is badness. It's
. ,TliElihi.kyme. .....Alabama ar go- not. When your baby cries lock for Kissimmee Wagon W1 s
Iiig-?to test tW' validity of, the.Mate. Any article of ..Jewel.PI'ompt)1 Or pins or some external cause: If you 4'
f 'prohibition law,which became effect- dered upon Request.Edison can't find them give the baby WhI...'. OPPOSITE CHRISTIAN ...". .. 1
.Ire"'the 'first. day of the .ar."',They Phonogapbs .and Records. Cream Vermlfugt; as the' chances are CHURCH.
...lot .. well save their money Pro1albI'loo it Is suffering from worms which keep "'" :L.. 7INI T Under. New Management, with Thorough Brienc. UptoDat.J
Is here to '! and It wall only : r .c it hungry and cross all the time. and
be a few tears .af'every southern '; II ToO Mitch Fec. __ Pleasant to take-sure la Its action PHYSICIAN AND eUBOtONRaaiDBNCn "-, Blacksmith, Wheelwright and Horsesboer. ,'.
--- '.'Elie. -.JU pt htbtn.b..lrlJf-llquOri Price 25 cents.- Sold brRoberson's .. .
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feel IT haA >noNn M. x-.o -
tOil may as YOU one face "
L & ';Thai!Board.of Trade of Cry stal :nly. toomany'when;you he aeura1ltllt.Doa Pharmacy., : apnea PBONI P7. ,.....;.... All Kinds Blacksmith-. Wheelwright Work and l Horseshoeing + -" ,

: \. to Issue s ten-peg folder setSUnf '' ton? Save tbe face YOU ntav PILBat PILK8I PILUS! A Specialty. r i '
4T :forth (be. advantages of'm..ID need I','but gefrid of the neuralgia by WUUaraa' Indian\Pile Ototmat'win HEALTH. ANDIVITAUTYMOTTSa ; --f--- '"r-,,, '

.'- .sbitlt..tion..Thebusiness. men of that applying n.nird..8now Liniment Blind, Bleeding and Itofalnv pllea. li,abaorbi enr N.BVINSS >tt.L.. .ALLVVORK_ GUARANTEEDOS'ATJSF.-' .t
: - 'JUUe'dly'-displayed _wise Finest thing In the world for rbeumatlsm -. tbe lumora,allay, the itching at oa.4 The treat Iron and tonic rmtoranr" tor seen \. h:
!; ,*neur altfe7:::toHrui7*set*r scalds. a-pooitteerrlrtToeioMaat-relief wTllkt.m-: aa t" ...?ymdaesraree.tltaod" MomFibaildsnn A. ',,
c. svm'In-joining together for, lb.Ppoasof ladun Pile Otnlmem: prepared for niea ant.Iteblnc bsay....... _..*..". nom.l basalt Yar t + -- ---- -- ' ", .rT": 4<
lame back and all'paloi S ld -r
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Gazette Lace curtains sod 'uredJawo.a t See Stanford. Co.'. beautiful selllnaat : AT COST.. W

IbeKisfceeVaiieii, ...... cut prices st Stanford half price. MASONIC INSTALLATION .-. s- Winter Homes I I IIn s

Uet our prlcer and sect the goods be- Mrs. B. E. Overstreet. of Miami is Toy) Frlen Jh and Customers:

TBLCPHONB,- .. NO. 11. tore In.ettIDjC.yOU caib.Mrs. vislllog\ relative. ).in town. Circus! Who Well Govern Orange Please allow me at the beginning of
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F. W. Hill In from Nar- Hurbert'Fleming has returned froma year you my
came t 3SSom Lodge This Year.
FRIDAY sincere thanks for the
PUBLISHED! EVERY generous the'
] and 't.b.. business Athens Ga. the Healthiest Town In
sooseee' spent day shopping trip to you have given me in the past.,
-BY- \ Tuesday. Postmaster. W. Hill of' Narcoossee 1 he newly elected officers of Orange and to solicit a continuance.of the United States. Ready for Oc ,
t W.IB. NA/1RIS. Cut Glass Drug spent yesterday In the city. Blossom Lodge, F. & A. M.-, were duly same In the. future.In cupancy. Moderate Prices. '
.., Co. has just received a beautiful. install led in their respective 'positions '. cinder to show my appreciationfor t, t'Small
. L selection.\ All woolen dress goods at. and be- at the regular communication of past favors I have decided: to In. cottage. OD Broadway. ', flow. ;1
OFFICIAL WBATHBWAVOTM A/POPl .. Use low cost at Stanford's. the lodge 'last Monday night, Past aufturaie. a 20 per cent discount sale, Jog well price 9609.:>>
_.-n..... tar west. mdbw Thuma. Plank's Chill Tonic. Guaran Master.. .vl. Kate / and Past 1, N.wroolll '
.. j La. i. 1101-. teed. Price 23 cents. Sold b* all If you want your house papered or a oltkiiating, beginning Januarj 4th and ending cottage artesian water} fit',
dru, .let.. u117-8 neat. sign made see O.o.A. Gilbert, tf Master.. J. M. Willson Jr.;- acting as January 31st. Twenty per cent, discount centrally located, price 11,100..
I master of ceremonies. will be allowed 'On all CASH
Mu. III": pLa.L Lleut.-Col. W. E. Cadman Of Ncr O. B. Howse of Ocala was In town Following I a list. of the new" officials I purchases vrbere It. does not bring the. three On Main loU fifteen Btree,,large 9-room. seedling cottage trees with, .r
this week looking "after hit cattle interests -
- coossee ras a prominent visitor In both electiveand appointive: price of the. article purchased below 1,825. Easy payments - "---- ;:
S town TuesdayH. here. J. tv. Prentis, W. M.M cost. : f yr

,'. .. aatu I'ri ar.: .5 'It W V M .ao B: Leake Orlando has been ID For tbe finest and best fitting\ shoes, -J. Hicks S. W. I. Wishing all aprosperousNewYear, ground New cottage piped elevated wltbDe tank. ana acre'windmill 'of (MlV1
J. W.
BmtarTn . NiMl I this week insurance cal.on the old reliable shoe dealers, J. M/Hansell Very respectfully
town after
7ft again looking A room and bath bsjf-;
.. M. Kate, Tress.K. CASH STORE,
re.e.r... .. .. .. ftn: Mla I ,business. .. Stanford Co. O. Meek Sec. 'T. II. LAWPON acre set in orange tree In North.KU-.; I Ishames.
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; .. eswwwv i We now have in stota an plend rooms I ti.: L. Lupfer, S. D. ---- ---
t tb.rws 1. line of both poyod and .box stationery. furnished or >nfurnUh d Apply at.the. A E. Dcinegan J. D. Notice of Wssolntion.K. 1 Seven-room house, l'ood-b..rn-1; u "- a

.. __.. .-KiMlmmee Drug Co. Klssimsaee Drug Co. A. H. Bell. S. S. acre with 250 large tweet seedling
IheChristian and Missionary Alliance FOR SALE- Lake front property. J. L. Overstreet. J. S. A. Jarrell'a'nd W. W Jackson, orange nine; walking In 1908 paid F
will meet at the Christian church known as Okeechobee Ship Yards. O. F. Parker Marshal 41oID& business as the Klsslmmee Drug; distanceofschool'
4I next Tuesday night at. 7 o'clock. dec 18-11' C. W. WARD. F. Mclntosh Tyler. Co.. have this day by mutual. consentdissolved and postoffloe, price .93.000; A
5$ i. THE: LOCAL HELD. < Under the adminlstralibo of )II'. the partnership heretofore North Klsslmmee. y*
I Stove woo'd delivered in town at Capt. and Mrs. R. G. Canova and Roma Thomas tbe retiring .
.1 < | from worshipful existing.All. Nice cottage. near court bOUN, .
children returned a
SI.00 per ttrtfnd. master the.-lodge has enjoyed one persons owing the old firm willsettle misty of bearing frail, 1I'004larll..,
< > 16-tf KISSIMMKE LUMBER Co. visit to relatives at Green of the roost'prosperous year in its with A. B. Jarrell. All person.havingolatms '' ball acre land, price 70011660 oath,: r
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e. Nw ", ,, Miss Fannie Ryan of Taylor's Creek history, and the member. are looking against the firm will) balance on time.Correspondence. .
Ga., arrived here Wednesday night to member of the Board of Trade forward to.tbe occupancy of their M" present. same' to A. B. Jarrell for '
\ Wade, the Tuner Orlando. visit, her sister' Mrs. J. J. Martin. should feel it. his bounden duty to attend hall which will be completed now iti a adjustment, be having taken over all\ '. -----.
Dwellings, for rent, .apply to 1>1.'f 1. the meeting to be held at Fraternity short time with bright. anticipationsfor the stock xtures, accounts and liabilities .
.c Tiller. Post. card album. We have an ccellent'line ,. Hall next Monday evening. tbe future.. of the businessGiven solicited. f
to select. from-full leather ,
The Home Store are bgents for the J bound.Mrs.. .OACEOL, t RAIUUCYL_ The Genuine Ohio Steam Covkerjn.. i" -ndCagd atJCIsstannee.Fja..underour seal;tb1Jcat-day: of :-De-.. J.;I:: WILLSONrJR.: + :
--W bite-Star luaundryr Phone 164.Mrs. .- LWO.Ize.., can now be had at the Home YfUOWSPOrnD1ITRUSlIAVfS: her. 1608. ,
who ha. been
Bowen visltlnp | Store. where the agency has been
Victoria Cobb of Macon Ga., her sister Mr. J: R. Gilbert, returnedto placed for this entire. county.. Price.t.he A. B. JARRELI (Seal). KISSIMMBK, FLORIDA q
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relatives. her home in Georgia last. \. W. W. JACKSON, ( Seal) '
is here visiting Monday I > same to you as at lobe factory, REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE M
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Miss Florrle "Lawson has returned MI'l' and Mrs. Hensley of Lake City C"ll.nd _. c-

J from a visit to Arcadia.M. . returned. home Tuesday after a pleas The sad information was received b>; 104 Florida Station. Agricultural' Experiment Cures Blood Skia Ulaeeswa, Ecze': -- --.
ant visit 10 Mr. and Mrs.\. : J. K. Mil friends here yesterday that. I. CONDENSED STATEMENT'
Tlndall wasintownfrernNarcooaaeeon F.I' eat-Orcetest Blood Purifier Free
ill D. and fall ] _
liard. .. Haloes City I During this summer speclmensvOf c------
Tower, at "
"- business-Tuesday.. : Singer! Sewing Machines and also ead.'"Captain postmaster Tower was a*pioneer<< citrus lee d.nect.ed', by a I If'your blood"' ."Itnpuse;"tbIn;!'dl : ,' ,"',. '-pFTA1000NDITIO ON THB' ,

Thad Oliver left for Dahlooega, Ga., A Wilson's ..nd'u t. citizen of this section ..andwell known have- been receiveattheexperiment eased, hot or full of humors if yon
last Wheeler machine station. from have blood poison cancer.earbunoles, Bank'ot Kiss lllletc
I i2 1.1 to>> re-enter college Monday.For supplies for sale at the Home Stores to many, of our older residents: several localities in the citrus region. eating sores scrofula' eczema, itching .' State -
""I'E Sale! Cheap-Good pony mare. Cash or Installments.. Everybody can Just opened up) A large' assortment. This disorder has been noticed -in a rlslnge and! bumps, swell Ings or KI8. .wa'1l.n..olU 1 ili; : .

"'f, Apply,.to JOHN. FLOYD. ''.afford to buy a machine.. 01 the. newest styles and patterns' in few places in previous years, but it has superatlpg-. sores, scabby, pimply skin, . : ( .5 ,
,'"" *';'For S.IRe.taur.nt and fixtures Henry Aultman came up from Tain- M..ttIDn. All (Trades and ranging in evidently been mo..... prevalent during ulcers, bone pains, -catarrh, rheumatism 'At+ the Close of- Business .riecem
{ Apply to ROB; IVKY. 1 pa yesterday and reports that tbe bel-. price from 20 to 95 cents. Remember, be, .. : coot of the family will follow. soon w. lay tt, when bought for cash. The from which It has beer reported are take Botaoio Blood' BalmiB. B. B.) ber 3t..J908. ..
t Charley Moon has gone to Atlantato as their ,,residence which is now undergoing Home Store. Tropic. DeLand, VTloterhaven Eustis Soon all sores heal, aches and pains R'"OpRCk' $_

i take a course in a ouslnesi college. renovation. and repairs, is and Clearwater., Several affected stop and the blood is. made 'pure and .. ,. '
FOR 8 ALB-Two good Jersey cows, r-a.and Drnura... : ..i 1p..s1i4.445 aa '
Lee Jal'l'.lll.ft. for Oxford Oa., last ready for occupancy. 're.h. 16 quarts each and one ;Jersey groves have been carefully studied I rich. Druggists. or by express; 91 pe" Orrdlmf .h..y.... 1.43T 1*.

." r Monday, where he will enter college.I l4r Assistant Manager Tucker of theEv- cow by Sultan of St. Cloud, and U.r In one orange grove nearly. eer'-1ree, large bottle. Sample free, writing eaedrnJPr ...... .. .........':.'1j lID eRt
was affected' .. and in some trees -a j Blood Balm C.., Atlanta Ga. B. B; ..... .
Miss" returned to Rollins erelade Cypress Co. and L. Williams heifer by Chancellor of RunnymeUe. s.aa.M mists '.. .;_ . -1.6'>> MCL.h
,;[, \ Ruth Jones Parkjast Mon came up from Loughman Wednesday An guaranteed sound and in perfecthealth. healthy leaf was bard to find. I Panther .B. is especially advised for chronic, ,Cart Item kad.DM fo _Haeb i, ".!II'71, H
College at.Wlnter shedded and
grove, which was deep-seated cases of blood or skin die.easees *
bunaess. They rode horseback P.A. VANS AQNEW, Agent. .
'4 day. on bringing their and dogs along contained. both oranges and grapefruit, f as It cures after. nil else fails. ,. __m,y v.if.v;,y.- .
.: Miss.Vivian 'Lee returned to Weelevao and shooting quail guns by the wayside. Charley Sheppard, the., negro cookat from fifty toesveoty-Ave per cent" ot all Sold by,Kissimmee Drug ()t).. IJABILITIKI<',
I, Female College Ma.eolil..t Monday The 4 nn, was arrested Wednesdayby ae trees were more or less ettacked.Itwas ,
the holidays at Capt. C.M. Frature was greeting Deputy sheriff Moi'hatter'. on a equally bad on hammock aDd For Safe. ''Caplu.J 81r. ...1..i;..;.../......acme 0Ii.
after spending Re t or '
old.friendi in town last Sunday. Capt. warrant swore: ollt') bta employer T. high pine land. :No relation of any 801-.1.. ;-i. r.,;...,+.:.:r.i..(.. ,1ge01se '
4 home.. Frature if now at Sanford where be W. Ellis, charging him with the larce- particular brand of fertilizer Residential sad farming property of UwiivtM FMiu ,,,..l.1*.,.,'.. ....,...( ass 1r
"Miss' Aims and Master,LaWNDOe is engaged! in the heavy hauling business .y of provisions. He was placed in Ice** *slag acre,well fenced at Haounoek n.p.t..f ,;. .l... >;c: ... 't.... ,\tlee7etRa", .
', Qriffln -returned home Monday from and Ne* Sm1rD.l where they had been on movebis family to that place from county court. good order; outbuildings. Sod farming BOIMrMimte. 1'Q&We,11 ,. :...... .: ftlmt soCone.tb.raaBud..r.rlY
I' grandparent. and In trucking and celery Grapefruit appears to be more frequently Implement" Apply to .'. .. . ,. '
.a_" Mlamt engage Died, at his home In West KUslmmee and severely affected than or- Oap d t n. }. .... ..eD,
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growleg.Don't tf oCOHThausdry. ., samG
Miss Marie Huddleston' returned Tuesday night Samuel Brown aged iogee, although the disorder .seems 1 ':f-/: r,\

;'Friday ab6 neglect your .,M. Ifjou suffer 33 years. 104,. Brown was a sufferer no* to be confined to any particular I : "'-t.; .I I -< ;;Tres......HtW..'....,...... as. ;;fI' !-
c.. ., .JIll. holidays pleat afterMiami at the with headache, neuralgia or defective from consumption, and bad been conIned variety of citrus. Among oranges, the ., i I'
home of her father, Dr. Buddleaton.The sight, call at my office In Redditt's to his borne for several weeks. King and Enterprise Seedless were 'The agency for. the White Star', .. 1.fa, .........
t S. D. Kidd will hold jewelry store and have your eyes examined H. leaves a widow and two children. be very susceptible.DESCRIPTION. ,' laundrnow at tbe'. Home Store! H.II.c-c-w-.. .bd.t swan daus*
3 c Rev, David church on' frge. I b..n-Iobe necessary apparatus His remains were Interred. at Roaehlll. .., and if you wish to have the boy call sad inn the abye--.t.. trya w tN.......'
fn the 'Episcopal
.Sunday services next. Holvcoc) ,Bunion at 10.30, for testing the eyes in the most cemetery on Wednesday. The symptoms of this 'malady seem! on you weekly, ustrlng] DP 154r and of his knowfedc*u*iMlWf. V '
and sermon at 3.30. improved and np-to-date manner. and be confined to the leaves althougha you will be put on oar list, and calledon : BOM 'THOKlA,Nvtary Pi*:**
f evening prayer: . : have many satisfied'customers among Flue Speclneo&.of Turnips. noticed fruits weekly.: The work; is all don 1nas ls-lf at.C.eoWor/ealwY.brwls. '
spotttnr-was some . .
' A swell line of comb.;battr brushes; the best people in K ..Immee.I tear"Eustis that efficient manner and. at.: Tampa ,'h." Aim: __ y
p WHITE. There Is-0.0 exhibition at the Home from a. grove very -
\ tooth brushes, robber goods, in fact ;: o. > leaven prices. .
much resembled the spots on the
I Store two fine specimens of turnips "
'. all kinds of druggists sundries at rook A, J. Robertson who recently moved which very Mr. C. The appearances on the leaves are yellowish -
were near
1 1f bottom. .prloes at Osoeola marmacy. i his family here from Lakeland, left I D. Carroll's, still grown at Marydla, The' ,to golden-colored spots, a frao for Rest., .

s .Get your school supplies! from. the yesterday for hia bome In TennesrM, seed were planted on-Ootober :17 and ion of an inch or DOra in diameter Bedroom elulngroom. furnished; OJISEnIIE: s IIJIF t ,

Kisslmmee Drug Cou Ds oy.; They.' was called to look alter business the turnips pulled on January lst*-be- They usually occur between,the main with or wlihuut board; South Klisim* "'" ,
carry fall line and if.tber haven" matters. Mr. Robertson expressed ground lust two months and veins, and extend through the substance mw. fronting court house.. Apply to '

". .* what you want will order it for,, TOO.Married himself as being very favorably thirteen d.,.. They'weigh t\ and ? '
Impressed with Kissimmee. and this on the upper and podersurfaces .
Judge pounds respectively and fully verify appearance
,on Christmas, day;by section and will iota his family herepoossibly of the thaithis of the. leaf. On the upper sur- :
at his.residence In the truthfulness statement Graduate of the S., S.,' 0. :..and ''t
Johnston ,
W. R.
J. sbout a month. when be sectiOR will produce ai much and face' the yellowish or golden color is M; 'WJIL UN, jay, .
Tatum and and
? this city Mr. both. of this decide to purchase' sr lot as fine vegetables as any place in th.COUDt.I' more noticeable, and the central portion Stilt College of Osteopathy.Specialist .;,-:
Miss Bertloe Chandler build. winter home. of the. colored area Is often,darker
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Mrs. Cal E..Enms Chlcajprwha to color than tbe m.reIDTh. spot iliOT.y f Yv_>Dtid. *
friends wlll"be pleased toj' 'Mrvand of " .f. (Children OonsnhatiorrPe
1 Her many M' --1-Dakou- .. u.ualhDO..f' upper- t'l---- v;
-1..rDl.h.t Mrs.-Doremoyd;who has are-spending-therwinterwlth : surface of the leaf. Occasionally dark. l STATBfAT amlnatlon. free. > ;:;"
:. been seriously 111 for some time;is 1m- their parents Dr. and Mrs. 1n.John Tltea-E. M.Dacer.1JJb.n of the Electrto: Theatre colored elevation, from the size of a Real Sstate Agent.. Mondays .Jut.Tha..d...

y. ; proving under the skillful treatment day Ennis morning, at Narcoossee and went, came up to Orlandofor has as an a'ttraetlon this week pinhead upwards, may appear within bate' Gray stone Hotel; ,. Kiss. Unmeet'. t ,i

of Dr; Rivers. the. day. Mr. Ennls formerly "Dakota Bob. who is making the the yellow spot. On the. under surfacethe KISSIMMEE. "FLORIDA 1 Fla. V .

j' Mrs. Harry Rol ero;nee Miss Nellie at Narcooiese where he was engagedin trip on foot frqra Washington, D. C., spot. nearly always projects beyond .
Lupfer.,"'who has been'viaftlnir. her parents business with "brother. and hasa to Mexico City lad return). Bob is a the. surrouutKap t; surface of the leaf,
L. Lupfer picturesque; character .and gives' avery and usually has a dull greasy look
Mr. and Mrs. S. returned host of friends in this section who ,
to her bome in St. Augustinelast would be pleased to have him cut hi. Interesting per'ormlnoe, coosiitLDK ..lid. yellowish-brown or olivegreencolor.
Sunday. lot among us again. of tearing: large sheets-of paper'IDto The surface of old spot may I' NEWSTOR7E'
beautiful and perfect designs and become rough and dark colored..
> The Village Improvement Society. Prof. R. M. Evans and bride arrived performing various vaudeville acts.. Cross-sections of .vhe.leaf. seen under

V will hold its first regular meeting fort here on Monday last after spending a He will be here tonight and tomorrow the. microscope .show swelling of the ,_ ,..._ ._ '. -- "- -- to .--
...... the year at The Inn next Tuesday .,- few days. .llLTamp..w..blch-they and--the-price-of adialsstonrls cels-in the. sponrv Dan of"the'leaf next!; 1 We have just opened a full line of *' *" .
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,..ooa-arto'elockAUmembel'l'; ire went after their marriage In Oxford ten cents. for everybody.. the lower surface with scattered '
.. '. urged to be present. Ga., on the. 29th of December. There brownish deposits.>> In some cases the '

Misses Fut b. Wynn. end, Mike, -was, pp"lblT. DO nanafldwomao}. The Meaaeat Mac I* Tow cells adjoining the. 'upper' ,surface ma/ Dry Goods Shoes; Clothing Notions) ,. Etc., : '
-1n teacher. in the High School ever Itlnn. a more cordial welcome is the one who always wears. frown also be affected. :,
lq1)Opul,1'. returned on Monday from their respective than was the Professor and his wife. is cross and disagreeable and is short A definite cause of this disease is not ; :
: homes, where they have been for the whole people look upon ft. M. and sharp in his answersV Ninecasesout known. It Is perhaps a physiologicaltrouble. In, the' ', '':,
tJ'C odingthehDlidays. N Evan 'ai the second father. to our Of ten I"'. not the poor fellows At times it is associated with 1" .
children, and by his unswerving duty fault it's his liver and digestion that. die-back, of which may perhaps be a BEARDEN.BUILDINGTOBRO' At V 11And ,. /

; Pasteur's-Anti-Venomoop Serum is to right sad manly,, straightforward. { make btm feel 10. .miserable-he cant form. microscopical structure. ofthadlteated : -, ,<.. .
sure cure forsoakeblte.Hunting and nooe" conduct since becoming 'kelp.belpc..A h'RrH..bleL tissue la similar'Dt L-' -, :, : J : .-.--- < :-:; ./
"S". -:::--- parties should provide themselves with prlnclp.lo.o.ceola) High ScbooT have danger of getting Into.that condition? die-back. 'We can not as yet recommend colictashareof tha" aof'thegood; people of .

;#- a tube before starting out. For sale.1.I endeared !himself to every class of our Then start at once taking Ballard's any treatment for. ibis trouble. Kissimmee. Our prices ire .aa low' as the lowest 'and oaf .. (rgoodsareas'goodaa'the v
by.the Klsslmmee.Drug Co.' :-Oltll o.. Tbe Valley Gazette. only I Heroine for your liver-tbe safe, sure One grower reports having obtained b st. In andlook around.. '
\ ; voices the sentiments of every m.D. and reliable vegetable regulator Sold results by applying lime and .Come} ; ,
)t\....; {, ..We can ;fancy "shapes and mulolitng. v "" v'' 1 LA rii i
i well bulk. woman and child i Klsslmmee when ; by Robersoa's Pharmacy.- -l "J ?;
.colors in ice cream as asjn ,
1. t" hint and his most estlma :
it wishes for
_ jr. }. Just the thing for weddings, reoeptionst bte-trit.-lo '. -bap1>rlt".T'14-T; 1- 'colBtetDtee: .; 'Bb:87bbrgW.; >-Orylaudo.r : O d paperi fpr. sale.- at the. Valley MSAUCER: J &SON ;

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''';\VU1-B* Retarded By Recent Dtcision tallet of Jacksonville. : '
a"22,060-acre tract of : Opium And 'Vble..t 4.i;
Supreme/ Court. and pineapple land in Florida rThehewlytncqu4red'property \ : .
t 'i Tbe: works ot a good man live otter hlna.J
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t,/ FUTURE PUBLIC EDUCATION townships 89, 40 and 42, 'Code county.The He enjojo: tae hlealegs 'aad 'Uriotlons

ransactlon wa a cash one, but they entitle hl ito! (to tbiaw rld, wl build. .11I:

'i !. Florid' Will Be Greatly-Hampered: I If the ''amou'nt of money. paid for the I. urlo ur'The for him a houio la. eturstyv It 1* the misaloa ." ",'.101'.

'., the Stale Does Not App tract: has ,1I1>t been made public. ,,) ., oi every, Hrlnn soul( to dooms.good<>> ,
opri&t\ "Xplool lolly of first 'class :quality> closed 'ie to benefit humanity la. some way. -Not-'"

Sufficient Fund.' .. : at'-Cbioago'Chrlstmaa\ eve at $2 trIt ; withstanding this toot;how few .look'opon. ",
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'Jackconvilfe? ''FI :--; sigh-schools are l -$2.2rp"'r crate.;"-The-buik of kiss" life la'tbk 1naner '- :;:-, --:- --,

.Virtually wiped ,put, ands grades will bo that stock has not been so mu na in.evPdence'thls '
so' Hampered the ' monopoly since" 1877 the date ot Ill Ize tblgleat "responsibility, sad devote
talus* of"the* public= school of Florida seasod. as usual (There was rN ':
t thelriiv to the talvaUon of their follow
will be nor further advanced than much. ,, at JackBonviUv for holly A .,tabU hmeat,' bas been U4Q 9..1.7.- ','
durIngCl1rlstDULs wee t and the -' maa. Onset the atost insplououe exam1'pie
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Jt was ten 'year ago SucI./ the
opldlonr-of State Superintendent. of] woods ;.were ,.pretty well ramsackedfor During every7.TMirin.te: of the world' : of thla-eharoatef: lq Atlsnt4 I* Dr.B. MrWoblley. "?'

"Public instruct Ion"llpllo way of the ef It.Apparently the demand for twenty-four hour 3,000,000 matches He II a maa Doted for his OlirU- ;

P tact Of'tho recent decision of the aV:. this cheerful evergreen I Is more likely are struck., That's 50,000 a'second. Lien Integrity and fair dealing, being an old\ It

])rem** ourt .cfi Florida In the-c. of tCJ'_$RCrea.e..iban-1oAIminish"ahd..f J '"----- -and-highly.etpMiel.oUt1!:***' +an1a..8A.1.. "..w- ,,

the board of/Yutlio> Instruction for might be wise for some Floridians to A* the result qf excess of birth boring built up -.reputation amon*' b 1 is .:<;;.

w ''A' Santa RORR /co/1 Pity against A.. C, plant a tree or twain fence corners,. over deaths Germany's population increases home folks a* a specialist la thi eure otth.4 _
where It will\ not Interfere with other
CroOm', BtayL lIt I'oller.an4W.V.; ? .'
\ habit that 1* of the *
at the rate of about 900,000 opium and wbUlty ,
lv Knott: slate treasurer. products. Florida! bolljt 1* almost always -
The. "Short Talks' writer of the "flrsjt class." .a year. highest b.h raoter. Although be.bos had '-t\\\'':

'Florida Times-Union says of the do- The Florida orange crop is' now e* : '- years of .experience. In the tr at neat .ol .

,-iclslon"Intjofnr, Tlhe-aw- 1905.providing tlmated by" market men at 4,500.UUO> ; W r u +i The exports .of cigarettes. from.. these dreadful dUeasos he Is yet aa ardent 'i

for state appropriations for boxes, Instead of aI OO.OOO. as estimated -' Samoa annually'amount td 60,000.. student aqd.atudl.a the iclanott of !his. profo '

'the schools looked to an unequal. distribution 1I.t'th, beginning of the' season but # 1 000. England Germany, India sad , loo *!ltli as much) diligences. it he were .

of the school fund It was evc/i at New York they 'perceivethe the Transvaal_ are large buyers. onlyjust entering the profession ,

plainly" a violation. of the state conslltut fatuity 'of the alleged estimate of '6- i ,- Opium and whisky are two of the most .'
;; Ion. TVi. l. regrettable If It seta OOO.-OOO boxes, made i>y some buyers "' th-f
Steam pipe's runnIng' through )l powerful; And when Improperly ;used, <4 .
the schools back and It lays the iJj-l
upon who figuredon getting early
of oran3eaat abandoned tool box In a shop In Afle-, moat mot.d" lroylllg medicines the world., .
legislature- tlie fratu-
-Doming & !duty bargain rates.
,Ing a law- which will pass the scrutiny ; gheny Pa., In which two doierieggs aDd to know hjw t> extract or eradicate i

'ct' ,the ,courts. providing for the,needs Well The known New, m\ll'ltet.York' Produce,_announces News a, DR.- .LIBERTY H. BAILEY, were; placed and overlook,batched the effeott of th1l.*.. drugs from tae Lama, j
v .of the schools.: With the schools denied editoriallythat\ it has arranged for Dirt ctor of the New York CqlVg'e of Agriculture at Cornell and Chairmanof \ the eggs and cov body Is alL art to.,wbloU-Dr, JToolloy can :

their roper hare of.the tunas "the most complete news service out the Commission on Country Life. ered with soot wer / ound. truthfully lay claim. A*evldyuce be almp y '

'.tp which they are entitled from the of_ trlol'ldaever covered by a trade -From The! World's Work. refers to bis Iiun.1r.-d9 of patients who have ytborou
,sale 'of public' l lands and the legislature paper," and remarks that there Is A tornaddl' passing: over Minnesota, "bran > hlyandsous< ) ,llyesred. Doing ,

lief 'that unable'to the state pass constitution law for their does re- not a month In the year in which STREAMS AND ROAD ... "** :Place them with the long way of the near Farlbajult, lifted the bouse of A. a man of scholarly attainments he hat prepared ,

not bar if it Is. Indeed Impossible .to some product of 'Florida does. not stone at right angles to'the slope of J, Manley while the family, was at a wtork on opium cud wbliikv. and

--r o- .o.the future of public education reach the northern markets. EMBANKMENTS this bank as shown by No. 1 of Fig. dinner' nd carried It some distance: their eCfdub: upon the !human oonatltutloni- _

In Florida I6oka doubtful. Flordla was quite well *represented 2. In this way the weight of each Manley" was killed but hit wife and lu this work be his testimonials of people

'Ii; In the nineteenth annual session of Embankments where roads traverse stone presses firmly against the bank child escaped Injury. whom be baa fcuooeMfuliy treated and per

STATE PRINTING\ CASE the Southern Educational! association streams or lakes are.subject to many" with the flat sides of the stones fitting manently cured. This book w II be njfrlle.l. -

at Atlanta Go. W. N Sheats Gaines last P. M. Hubbell said to be the of to address wl I
destructive agents and will not solidly against each other. In No. 2 free obarg ( your tf you
J Receiver. Changed Court.By Order of the Hampton yule\ is a life Tallahassee member and/Is an Miss elected Clem long unless they are carefully and intelligently the weight of each stone rests on the wealthiest Juan In Iowa has signed a only send Dr.: Woolley a letter asking tor It. -

+ ; Tallahassee, cage of the member. Floridians who read csbttyn, constructed. one. below It,, for the stones are laid note for 820,000 In favor of the If"you an not afflicted with the opium or \

Capital City Bank against the Capital their subjects and the departments In Along rivers and especially at horizontally. Here there Is more of a Iowa Home for the Aged payable whisky dlaeam, probably you know of a ,

Publishing! company and the Sun Pub- whose proceedings they look part boiyls the current Is continually car- chance for the flat stones to slide out "ten days after my death," Hubbell; friend or barn.a relative whIn.. If you will

4 .<, llshlng company all of Tallahassee, is : were Principal. S, Cawthcm Pen I rying away. IOOHO soil,_and Is as con- of place, while In-Nor 1 It would be at t.heage of seventy,-U In excellent / zdTeIrnamroortnfermahem-of -. ---

i still In litigation but several bf its\ s cola High school, "Current Tendencies tinuously loosening more' to carry difficult to pull but a stone after It health. Dr. WOO 1101'S ability he will take pleasure la

A most important- details have been materially in the Teaching -Mathematics, / along. In the spring the Ice break- was firmly Imbedded In the slope with ending them any Information they may d*.

altered by a new decree mode Secondary l< Education; Mlos Mildred Ing up tears, and cut the banks as the others. Never put stone In as The cal output of Japan le'now sire, Address, Da. B. H. WOOLLIT Atlanta
by Judge Malone. Ualzell Tallahassee, -Physical Educulion |i It along down the stream.
passes in No.3. where the stones 11,500,000, tons a year. 2t-823 Whitehall' Btreet.
this document the office of receiver in Florida 1111"11I Margaret Soni- \ Ga. Sanitarium' ,
In ; |
This action takes place high up on slant slightly toward the bed of the
recently bestowed upon James orvllle corresponding secretary, the river bank at the spring high- HIS IDEA OF aBTTF>fa WORK.
t stream. It apparent that the very Soup made of fried wasp Is a Chi
JV. Ball, vice'resident of the Capital Southern Kindergarten: association,
-City" bank was revoked and JosephJV. discussion of subject of "Some Mental ] water mark. Bpdles of moving ice weIght of the'atones would tend to nese delicacy. Kind Od: Ldy! -"HaVe' you ever
11. ; In the lakes crowd the shores with! force the lawer ones out of position.In made r.n effort to get work?* -
... Edmondson attorney at law was Phases of Child Study. George .t
made master of the court and empowered Ulley, librarian of the Carnegie library -' great pressure, cutting the coast bad- many localities, willow's aro An oak tree sixty feet high contains Ueggar-"Yts, ma am. Last monthI

t 4 : to sell all the property of the of Jacksonville la a member of ly where the water Is deep close up to planted thickly along the waterlineof about six million leaves. got work for two member of my

publishing company that was lurlud- the -protuotiop committee, whose l1u..1' the shore line. When a heavy sheet banks. They grow rapidly and family, but neither of them would: .

-?)1 ed In -the mortgage given; to the Capital !- os9 l Is to I promote Interest\ In the deimitment'of ]'of ice !Is'once set In motion by" the their roots Interlace and form a solid Great Britain has the longest coast take .It"Illustrated nit. ,

: City bank. J. A. Edmondnonplaced" libraries, and In the extension -, wind or current, It has stored up In strong mass, capable of holding the line of any of the countries of Europe. ,
,9; Mr. In charge of the of'' In the south. There i i. .inro t'atan-h m this aectlon r.f
L'Engle libraries
It The writer has
enormous power. stream In its place: A row of such -- the couot than all other d..e..,.. put together >
t': j>lent Juxlge At a meeting of the subscribers to : seen ice fields come In against a trees would greatly Improve the beau- The'capaclty of the Atlantic cable and until the Ia.t.fn.v yeara ,..... 'uppoitj -
As- far BS can be understood. he Marlon County fair-,fund a reportwas shore where the water was deep right ty of the road. Willows are used is 300,000,000 word annually. Only to be incurable. For a great many

Malone's decision leaves the bank In read by the secretary, Mr. D. 8. up to land, and pile up from thirty quite extensively along the banks of 35,000,000 .ire sent. years doctor iirennunced' It a diaeaa. .
oa.e.alon.of a printing outfit withouta \Williams the receipts and expenditures t and nrmrriheii local) rtmediea, and by conitantly .
to forty feet in height the
Mississippi, and are considered with local treatment,
In ailing to cur
contract, and Mr. L/Engle posses- total subscribed of .
showing a- :
Lion of contract without a \plant 6t Above the high-water mark of the the best means yet used for keeping 'Perhaps the most curious of polishing iirononnoed l it incurable. Science has proven -
/ mind, over $3,700, and expenditures some stream, or along lakes above the line that great stream In due bounds. It Catarrh' ,tn b. a conatitutmnal, di....., and ,
The affair; to the public $3,600, leaving\ balance\ In the hands I wheels Is that made of corn husk therefore .. constitutional treatment. '
re< uir
complicated, and a good of wave .action, the banks are cut by Is a general practice to sod the banks for ]
w seem -quite of the tlcasw'er. with all obligation 1 finishing shell or bone combs. Iall'. Catarrh Cure, manufactured by Ft J.
deal of feeling is manifested by the paid Buildings cabling\ abut $2, )00 the surface action. But this should 'above the water-lIne-L. J. Smith. _____ |II| CJieney A: ('0., Toledo Olvlo.: ia the only contitutional -

d parties most Interested. were erected on the grounds, and A amount to very' little: if the surface i Agricultural College Mlchlg n.S The State 'Of'Gu naJuato. Mexico cure on tbemarket. It ie taken Internally -
in do e.. from 10 drof). toateaapoonful. ,
good start for another year .has been ----- bas produced silver worth 8510,000.- .,
4 CBOWTH OF JACKSONVILLE. I I It seta directly on the blood and mucous
made. 000 Mexican during the- last 350 aurfacea" of the n'IHm. They offer one hun-

?hat City Making World's _RecordIn The truckers. qf Suinter county are years.. dred dojlara lor any rate ittstltocur.. Semi
4 Axing their land Betting In their for ctreulara and tNUm.n1I1.--Adt1.; .. F.;;J.ClIBWKY ;-
: Building. &: Co 'ioldo, U.
Jacksonville:: \ Fla. This city has ireedand fertilizer And otherwise pre fist When New York City gets its.water Sold br DruBjiita.: 75r.
""made practically a world's record in paring to plant a big crop. The Warm- &6. !!!J eroaxeheYr. ,olroedS. .. fri?>nr, the Catskllls the longest flow Take }1.IF"mIT\ > Pill fnr constipation.
building since the beginning of theeentury" spring\ ; the' cabbage nest of Florida, will"be 130
i from a point miles from'
to roll the cabbageoff
will\ soon be- ready
) -. lots. L2th-m the City Hall. Scene-Country houce. ,
''Newbuilding* have gone up on In carload : : .. ,, ..,"
-every-band,, until a city of magnificent The -cornerstone of Polkcounty's" -- .Character*--Mr and Mr*. John ... eY

structures an -- -
taken' the place -Of a rpgulatlon old- Barlow recently. It Is claimed for NN: "eighty-five to ninety-five per cent.of / '.. aged II;:,Mta M"bel. JS; Tom. -

.tlrne southern town, with cheap bulld-V this.building that it will be the ftnest"'Of S the.; men .civilizedtands are right- 14? Huth 9;' Willie 4., -fwr

Ings! and ordinary houses. / Its kind In' tile -.late.- Erected in n handed and have developed the low Time-After morning prayer, )
The records show that In eight: county whose settlement Is within the right' shoulder. "' "Jaoks i.
... -P n--Th family will ple.*. i, ,v
.ear. 8,242 building have been_ rect- memoryof" men now barely middle- . ,- '
I" 'fJt come to cr4er'for the business of the : :-'-
oed In ' proper, and Ifls estl- aged, It 'wlll-l a flue ..testimonial-to ,W:.f>f,, ".SALT.Afl A l'ANACEA..t "r+ : day.. -. :, ,'''.ro}; : .
:>mated that fully one-fourth-that number the wealth, and 'culture of a''< 'rapidly + .-..... "",' _ /1''j. ",
'" '
1" 'John,. :Jr.-Mr. Chairman. I move.
.have been built in the Immediate advancing community.The Some ,of the Many,end Varied Use '
',A of the first Installment of the houses; that Ruth act as secretary. '
t Thisrmakestover Dulldingsilatma to Which It Is Pat Willie t
1Q.OOO( and mules of the American army of I -I second the motion

:':.... estimated value of $25,000,000 in pacification to be shipped from Cuba 'Salt can almost regarded as a Pa-AH In favor sly aye. 1

;eight years, a record- that Is undoubt- has arrived in Tampa. The total number panacea, so tasty and varied are its< Family (In ('horu.-Ayel! ,
'Y :wily .unparalleled any city o; the 'of animals in this shipment was | Pa-Now to business. What about ,i

i ,..I&e'of' Jacksonville, In. the entire 2,327 and the attendants numbered uses.We are told that It cleanse the dinner and supper

"./\ intry. thirteen officers one hundred and I palate and furred and Ma (timidly)-There's not much '. 11
tongue, a gar-
11 F-. _)urln S the past year" Iii buildings ninety-six enlisted men and two hun- -==-0 '
acostOf.$2- gle of salt and rater Is often efUcaCiOtt money la the 'pocketbook
havs From
.... dred and forty-six water of the surrounding country Is French Investments .
Heavy.From' Kir-
fi. Little Tom+I move have
of the a
". CoTS.COO; : Thess-'touJprlse some Tampa Ihey will be distributed various -; oft the road. should not ,I
:: '1al'\\(. \..'and. finest structures in the army posts In the United States.It kept islo to 1108 the om lan, A pinch of salt on the tongue followed -- key dinner. i.

V; entire .o th., The .three highest buildings may be April before all have ben be allowed to stand In ditches by the assessed holding of foreign securitiesby ten minute afterward by a Ma (excitedly)gut the 'DlOII.-._ -
< .In-Florida now under-course' 1de of the road'"aa It will finally" seep Frenchmen than where bow T : 1.
it. are removed to this country. more doubled. At drink of cold water, often cures a '

, of, 'con.trutclon. __ Next President Taft la said to have under the rued and tha" get to the river Abe latter date M. Neymarek considers sick headache. It hardens gums Little Ruth (Interrupting enthusiastically .'

: MEDALS;AWARDED STUDENTS. given favorable consideration to the thus softening foundation' and that stocks and bonds and national makes .teeth white and sweetens the )-I second Tommy's motion. ;-+ &
'/ proposition to itt-ke Robert M. causing wasUouts. Cast Iron or concrete funds to the amount of 100. breath, Ma-But bet _.R- ,

.Pab-: : 'QI e"., by Viorlds Press :Aotlatlon Thompson of New York ,his secretaryof culverts should-be used, of sufficient 000,000,400 francs were 'held in Cut flowers 'may be kept fresh by- :Mis Jackson rise to a print of ;?- ':{

u...,'..".. for Bat Oration. the navy Such a choice would size to carry off the water France, and of-these.35.000,000.000 adding salt to the water order. Ma. 'fca* no rlhtvto "but" In; .&:. :t
I' .'Galne vllle,'_ Fla.-The)! twenty:seo.- please Florida. Mi4.: Thompson is Quickly. francs (97,000,000.000) are debts of Weak ankles should be rubbed Question Queitlbnl. / ;4
+/ oDd annual session of the Florida Educational thoroughly acquainted with the roasts Tbe sjope of the bank depends .
foreigners to'Frenchmen. Even this with of pad Pa All In favor of
1 "He is. a a solution salt water al -- turkey for dinner j
::1: 'Association closed with the and harbor of this state, upon the material. When heaped up, .
does not Include .
the securities-certainly cohol. will vlease say : .
} ,jdeolamaUoq' .'Contest between the high graduate of the navy academy. It Is the side of a pUe 'of earth forms a .aye.Th ;
of thl several milliards-rwhleh the Bad colds, hay fever and kindred Family (except Mo IB chorus
'i chool.,. students-of\ .the state for the said and his wide knowledge natural .slope called the "angle of ) '1
:4two cold m.d..1. offered a* prizes by country's relations with trans-Paclflc- angle of're-I) French bourgeois have been hidingof affection may be much relieved. by -t&)o.1! .
approximate '
The .t
tbe'' F10rlda Press association. .There countries and of its naval Interest pose. for different materials i late years In foreign hanks to escape -> using fine dry salt like snuff. I.> thl Meal- democracy T''::;'New Am- ;"

;q ;.were many- contestants and -all the "generally all serve to make' him avail pose the ratio of slope being* given the threatened socialist taxes al Dyspepsia" heartburn and Indigestion stet Magazine .''}
r, orations',were' well rendered. able for that portfolio. home.-Atlantic Monthly. are_relieved by.a ctp of hotwat--
first medal won by Robert will hereafter proportion .ofthe horizontal to the IN A BAD WAY. ,
q fir. _The was Prize fliht at Tampa: er in which a small spoonful of salt .
.r -Tuck.r,'Jefferson" Collegiate InsnItute be "pulled off" at sea; if. plans vertical: : Wild and Cultivated uccog ry. has been melted. First Toller-My doctor ordered j

., ManU lie/,who -orated on. the recently formed are carrlud out. It 1* Material.. Angle BapoM. Ratio Slope. Wild I succory Is spontaneous Salt and water will sometime reTire m. to drink beer for rniomnyer.aeocmd t

\ 'wet eethe8speacrondumedSl< waS awarded even proposed to. build a barge for Dry sand..3Odeg.' 1.43feettolfoot. throughout Europe.even In Sweden unconscious, person' when - ToUer-CaD't you sleep, '
:: 'r
that nut the arrangement Damp clay..45 1.00' 1 thebT :',,
\? to R l b';Prather, 8t Petersburg whoa have purpose to be made on land and it Is a W.tela.15oo-. -1. In Asia.,Minor, Penla,the Caucasus, hurt If Brandy or other remedies ar. First nfsbt.-Wln '' .

: ..'delivered:; a ;moat,creditable. address question whether these do not come. Clay-gravel. 1.00 .. 1 1 Afghanistan and Siberia. Cultivated not at hand. Hemorrhage from tooth ToUer-lIl at ,

h ff.oD: The New South" ,The medals within the reach of the law Gravel . .38" 1.28" r 1 a succory Is probably a form of endive pulling Is stopped by filling the sor. *t ;

,were .presenjed'by, Dr..Andrew. Sledd. as a distributor which Is thought to have had its mouth with salt and water. "J5
yafl Is climbing THEJT
ui; .36 AND
Plant City Firm loam. 1.38. 1. NOW
; committee of the Flor- ,
in'behalfof the ,. of the Juicy strawberry ten .. origin in India. Weak and tired eyes are refreshedby
.35" 1,43. 1
Vegetable Complete
'tpresd"usoclat2on, Itocorrrr Prom Coffer m.
thousand quarts taring been'shipped bathing with warm water and salt r
thll In practice, the earth I II (at a.trlfldj Knew Its Business. Many public, speakers and singer -
from there season :
t1i 'f'' :;
DATES ARE er. slope than 'alven abo..e.'pelow "About nine years
: pa ago my daughter -
When Pensacola has that handsome use !a wash of salt and water before
the! water-linethe: slope should? .. from coffee dr! !!1L..wa ...on the_ .
:;. r.t L11tN;; +aat.:.lVJnt.rr: sports..-TA-Be olgbt tof)_notol completed,-*be-may "
metropolitanairs be .still flatter, running as flat a* aria nervous prostration," writesa "X3
ry ln'Tht.8tate.i well afford to put on the organ\ of the throat. "
t ,W'nr: jfowni'! :: Fla.--Thls city wilt for It would grace any city three .and one-half to one, or even v Salt rubbed into the scalp or occasionally Loultvllle lady. "She was confined .

,.,_",.leadaoQ.:'the...Florida .sporting _season Now that there has been a shIp.. four to one. Earth tinder water has : added to the water In for the moat part to per home. .

-; ',,-' this- :Jftontl1., with motors boat races wreck on the Florida Coat Line ,c-- a much smaller angle.of repose than I washing prevents the hair falling out. "When she-attempted a trip down ;'

*i- the'JJtanat'ee'river. on th. twenty- nal that waterway maybe fairly con the same earth above water, as uhownIn Feathers uncurled by damp weather town she was often brought home In ;
t "f.rat.'r'"l11e-nee.: wm"be'raD over an' sidered to have been adopted Into the table In regard to wet and dried a cab and would be prostrated for 3
are quickly by shaking over afire
;\"* ,course. wlththree classes.jipeed the water courses of the world. damp clay In days afterward. .
M which salt has been, thrown.
; seml-peed and cruiser. There the line the "On the advice
1 Jacksonville's ad- From high-water on of her physician she 'I'
is Palm The success of Salt- should always be eaten with
b .. "w01 *
river bank the wave line on the gave up coffee and
; to have or tea drank
i Beach,. March: .t -to., 12.;with seven vertising campaign seems I nuts .and a dessert fruit salt\ shouldbe Postum, ti
; the 1 been Immediate. There 1 III no doubt lake shore down to the bottom of the : and ate.Grapa-Nut tot breakfast. :
> lasses-5.Tbe automobile races.on I : especially made.-From the Fam- .
to :the popula. the bank la commonly 'protect'ed"1JTT1ayerot'11pnnr1antODe1I- "She liked Pdstum :
I that It will add rapidly slope, from the
't.rmond'Payto lbitdcit eeYisMarc7[ ""ortbtscttTandthtsurroundtagconntryand rlyDoctO! _I !:_ ;:,,, ., -. very .-- -
rlrs jll. e .; ;j Uo5 ; beginning.1soon'saWlnipoVa: ,
.. 'r putaf1on.- n'1as4a'ae"a'wlnterr to the number of industries If large stones are available they Philosophical Poem. ment. Today he I* In perfect health ,
1* to bt :-kOpt up. In that city. are often placed loosely along the i the mother bf Ave children -
f ,'Jlla,1tt'o11D4, Why knock the knocker He may all ot'..
.. .
. .
,:, ,,, '
/<- "f" Secretary. Root has declaredthat bottom of the bank to afford sometoundatlon knock some folk who human progress whom are fond of Postum. '

1: 2; ''t. ;OIL.ROAM L. #AILURE. ", the Florida Kst Coast railway extenslon -' for the rlprap and to Howsoe--"The village\ choir sang block.,. "Why: kick at kickers? "She has recovered,, I* a' member <
1 la- the'nA bst Important work un creak the force of the curroijt.! .. Sometimes a very appropriate hymn at the milk- ,of three charity organizations and a' + tv
He who kicks make the knavish
'Duval t Expended '10. >00-sWltri In America next to the Pan mail's may .
: County der way large stones are puf In1 at. the funeral. that club holding an office. in each. We .
cease their trick. E'en dull
r:: Pour Beult. -. 'I! am';" canal., water-line to catch the Impact of the Comso! --"What' was It," give Poctum and Grape-Nut : ''

\N; '. _tJ-ackaonyille. :l'la.i Thst, the-.on' 'has Polk countywill- iuye; S tw0-4.,..' ',..,avee' and Ice ,Where- they. are so Howsoe -""Shall ,We Gather at theRJvor chump the pessimist ml.aed.-Mercbadt.may Ills discern' credit for her recovery.'Therds : .!' that >' -
f a D.'..which', Duval. cpnnty IisIot that others :He- .
: '
gpad January1b18..Agood
OOo-1.--..'1all" falr. placed!t'JIIlshtbe-.well-to-have-very '"- iFromLily Bleper.- -- - view -'- -a Reas...., -
_- 'c i( the-sum'Of ; offered. an4-should draw: ... '
.. .
.. In sUtetaent premiums lithe slope at the water-llnr. as show 1'. -jr n ,,1. .At Name given by Postum
}'brought out! : The .county Co. Battle
'' 'th.. out some fine exhibits. ,., 4n Flc..l of the accompanying sketch. What:.Is believed be th.oldest Creek,. Mich. Read. ,
;Qf1i.13aroe.'ttl: oountyoners. and beyond "The Road to :
J Without
: the products-to show English Towna Newspaper. '.
- ,
European' In "
- ( : 'Riprap'-may'be-put in fh different painting Wellvllle. lo -
: t pkgs. .I
thatt *
4r.the'road 'oonalruct:, doubt will'', make, evident, ; .W"1 iThree possible' are been found In i the,;Indian .There are two hundred towns la Ever read .' ,
U.."; : oMhe rlcheft In the .tste.ln'poselbflltles \!\ ; methods Great Britain:over 2000 Inhabitant the above letterr'A i new T?
one '
men ..1 'purpOtles, :baa l,enterprise?arid t 1nduc*i, shown )InFlgV;j.-of the-ketch;;..'The srcbae1Rgfal' 1I11..lo., :"It>Is,on;i a .=andoaewspaper': :: .:_Manyrof them ti! ODe appears.from time ttf thH;: 'Ibq'1'/ -'ji:i
bJJ e tl ra.,1n'-.ate.tnroph-: -practical'CadreAHYythd! only goad cmrcoptlaras7and. 1!opposedto-hav -- ;. .
mantf or ; ; -
from .
_..... I' 1Ible'.eem.a.ssthe'materl1'to' be" -e17' that* the alr. 'wlll bQ'an4enUrstl0e. : method of,P1lt '1IC'Jn..theaton..Isto* .been made 2509 B: c' 'are posseuing a good' distance a news aper. "*a' large' ,,torn. /nterresst.1tu ruetintltuUQfihuma_'"S' ,_. _. '".....

t- _,'Q"Jia t,: q.'e4J......,'L'... ':1"": 'I'\....'. ,,,....: '"..' y, it "*" t:.. .' -IV->, t '. 'tJ1'tJ/ II! ,1"- ;:.J. .. =.. ,} ,;:. fy '.". :tl"
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:: ::THE5' ':BT3EPISfc! many'tI .;'a.' much fad bet tertianhe COUGHS" ANOTook COLDS fR r"iinl' STORMV FAMOUs,VIE.ijL.ViR C b., *

:. ,, '. b.. Into.,pracHqaU ": [ -1 "You seem to' manage ""remarkably'we11 ,--a-'
,:' . .' "It ..IK.ex rather .oi tpreman'swpL '*' .
,. \ Question Now.fR.llow; ; ..-..-_ on your bonsekvepliut money.j"Yes Barae O ..ou.... WFloh'BtOUOCtt'"C11.
Next .
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t f AN ELODO ;NT'SUNDAVseRMON"BY to omnipotence of God Is the 'I' s : ; the 'storekeepeni, naven't pstra'i. Needle," Ashere.Th 'Throat'ud'LUp

.> .' THE. REV,, OORTCANO "MYERS.TticmcV will -of man the sovereign Will1''of RD soot imWUrslr bills "yetStrayStories . -Dessau,' once famous; as 'o "'"
barge fi .:; Il
' ,:-I.. : .\...:' ; i II' man ifef Is It -the Is the.m1ghtles absolutelyfundamental'foroe In human ... the palatial yacht .of,. the .Kiedlve 4 W>> : "'=' -

I'i ;\' VacVsara'ii 'Jl'aric he power In personality- the executive otho Cured of Perrsi.tentCass ots Egypt and later celebrated as the vessel i 1 ;-e- .
on ,I :. ::. ... ....... :
: \,. .".. World : individual lite.. Everythan! is a Eczema :'. that brought *ro n' Egypt to'New< ,....,woL: c-........ .
f.. 1t, / ; \ f V small army of 'faculties,--but the wlU Bt. Louie; Mo., Sept. 1. 1501. lock the obelisk known as ''C1e ".. .......... ....... .

I t ., .., -... : M.. Is the) commander the pilot-that runs ilr i 3. '1'.. Bbupu-lna. Savaainah, Oa. patra'B Needle'V whtoh stand In Ctie. vri..M../p..,c.F-.._,'be ..... ;

; T 'BfboVlya) ';;:f.f. Tr;;;;;.Thajhs.. p-. .through.thostress Lh*, ship, whocan.jrjnaltisafely of) weatherand_ ufrr Dar, .811'1-1.(*me been- four-or-flva' a rmedls very err and*** --tr.l-Perkr.anded.heccanlPC.bZ.- : ---1"---.........,:::; .s +"+
and hav. ue4
II..... 1 many rlntl: >erow., .th4t Jellawar.;C1ape.11 .
-- ttmltrsfforo'erl-io-inert In-the wave to destined' harbor e wlllIs ,'-year been treated by, ; sashes'.u w.LHe a-
Bedford !er tlon to hear-- -the Rev, this king on the throne of the soul! : ep.c&Ueu. for skin dl..aeea wlthput.uocn. tnlles east by north.or North Reach
1 Cortlanft'MyjIri./ pastor of the,:Bap; We are not led Into right relations to ?ae I .. age 1'0"'.' 14..w.Elton life saving station. Her Cre* *f tour
d9tt "I'm.rl o' cly. InduCed m.
,. ? your
i : '* tlslTexapl: ; then large. audl; *ras : Oed In our religious life through the + to u.. 4Tettsrtns. and after using earn. men was rescued by the revanue cut- !

, evident from1 race feelings or intellect:. It is notwhat a few-iff vka, I am tra.tful to rwtlla* thatI ter Onondaga: and landed at Norfolk.
which every part Ot the AssoplaJ'tlor 1, am at lug qurvd of th..,tormenting talk i., b..P'Daln.t
aman knotrs.ortwhat h d feels burning eoMina.Bo valuable a remedy asTttlarfnC" Few vessels have had-a more checkered The m'Dwho'tI11nks; ,
i *' Hall of. the' Bedford Branch of I but what be.wills to be and do; that abould'be-known ot by-thethouaanda -careerthan toe Desaoug., Bull ,been up against the longdisa w, ,,
:theY.. M. C.-A. Pr. IyT.M'.theme. : makes,him' a Chrlstitn and a man! throughout' the country whore lance telephone -_
was' r have bn and I ahulltak at' Denton tScotland 104 for the
j also popular' being: "Uncle : If you want something that Is going .ue.rina.n
t 'Sam' Mark the World." .He said plauura In oomm.nding It wh r- she enjoyed: fifteen :
on tol.b you Immediately up -to. the ill ... an opportunity praaanta. Khedive of Egypt
t-t---, 'amonc otbe..thlnlP't"r: higher levels'of life and. give'you a r k M ,- r-' Vary"TeapertlullfV 'y 'acalihedlttnctloh-, | .being one,of CAPUDSNECURES

When J' war asked to come: here kingly attitude before Ood and man, (SI;..;.,) Was A..B. Kins. Ml. Vernon BtTattarlna the most 'palatial,royal yachts afloat
1 and-tell yousomething of my recent listen to this: You are what your eur BCWHMI -T.ti.r.lung.Worm fcyVWIlllamHI a'
Ground Itch. Itching Ftlee. In- In 1179 she was bought .COLDSand .
tour around v the world seemed an wilt4s, n jt your, knowledge or* feelIngs fant's' Sore Head. Plnu>!l .i< Dolly Rough : to" transport the famous ,
\ Impossibility,I there.waf so much' to ." At the Battle of Waterloo Scaly patotwa on th*.To*, Old-Itching- .Yanderbllt

::#, "1- fendia'We: 1 shall a this or both Napoleon pad Wellington knew I Inns Sores:: Corns Dan
we -crossed oontl- that, the old faVithoima at Hougou- skin' nl....... Tatterln SOc; Ttlrln detailed Lieutenant Relieves the aches;; and feverishness..
(. vent whtcbis, In---Itself-enough for mont:wu.the-strategic point fn.-the Soap t5o. Tour'drucirlit... or by man from Gorrlng. U, S. N. to take Command Certain. N. A..--..Ids .. f
tbur!tor 'any we visited the th* manufacturer Th .Shuptrlo-vo,, .
.v' one man" ; conflict: whoever geld Hongoumont HaTn .. .. .. or th* ship on'the voyage from Bgynt HELP -- >
v .Hawaiian 'Islands, touched at the would-win Waterloo! Co a man,wins yiasjQjfepH HAU.CHASE; .n..hg.'ONB.: SIDED.'" ' It was Impossible to get the.obelisk ar. i A Mfus Popartt leat ?

I Philippines .saw", China 'Japanthe moral 1'111."er'Uu"world :Just-.. be into the Deseout..pold.) IIQ tile yacht.: Tb* .,**.....l Hew4r. ,
1 1ll
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" Malay ,-Burmah. 'India Ceylon ..Is in 'possession his will and Its i TSOTH JT, '"Yea" said th'e.old peer, "my son WOMEN ,
'.yWASHINSTOH OPerunl . was ptaced In drydook: and a bole b ""W .... .*
- ;then through the Red-Sea-past .conscious"'IKrd.e. To lose his willIs Is" willing to stand for. Parliament. Mead l r k. ** .

'1" 4If' Arabia to Egypt, to Palestine.for the to lose the most divine element In "Unfortunately"he 'added after a 29 test long sad 11 feet ,wide was k*ENCH DRUG .0 W. azd: 1It...r.6 ,.Ory.. ?_

C second time across the Mediterranean his nature; to lose It,'!Is to be Insane.A Drug Co.,.Columbus.cheerfully Ohio.recommend" slight .pause, "Parliament does not cut In the starboard' ) bow below the qI
through Europe and Great friend of mine In.good circumstances Oent1eme.1 can water line. Throoth this aperture
effective for coughs and Youth's Companion.' W. ear
f PwUna as sn cure: reciprocate. )
Britain and,finally borne to. AmericaGod'd -good enough to take me olds. ; the immense" was" rolled, andwadesecure. ,
I' to- own cduntry! riding In bis.own 'carrl&gegot the Y bu are authorized to use with HANDS RAW AND SCPLYId On June 18. 1'80, the a

J I, The one thing that we ,noticed Wall Street fever; he presently gold) testimonial! la any. publit..n.Mn. / Desaouc left Egypt fpr New. York.: Nldee' andWool. k :
In- the world waii-th.t UH CbIlH. '
everywhere out, Tile business and went ontfo :
? Itched and Burned foundering Ina .
TerriblyCould Sh'narrowly escaped .1
D. 0.
! there has been'a tremendous amountot 804 Tenth Washington,
"Street; but the -Str loon sold Not Move Thumb Without Flesh ._ .. '
and that the terrlflo storm which broke fcer pro- Fi lWMr .TaHw. _Cl .. Il
r progress, progress'ofcivilization blm ouU.! That's Wall Street's SneU Nor Bear.
has been--greater In the way. Could Not Cracking-Bleep IlDtJ04slble-+ p'ellar. ft hwas.. navigated safely Gauss Se t.' The man was beside himself.When JoIn A. 1:,. WetMl, W2S Ohio Bt., Terre ,u .CuUcnra Soon Cured Uczema."An wed c.w.. an 4eniMiUJ .......
than In hundred sail after
last ten. the
years I met him, be explained how It was UIIUte", Ind writes-- to port fcy the use 'O< I.
1- years previous: and.that'the greatest He said: "The one difficulty la that ,- 'Vhm I'began to-ta1t1l7OUr'ned.eme- Uhlng humor covered both :jny It was believed she-badbeeeloot.Mr .- ." iy
hands and got wrists 1..oioiMIeCiUM".._f. .....
over and
ehunh'bel up my evenup pee
element In this world-wide progressIs I have no will; I have lost my will. could not sm.ll, nor hear a Vandorbllt had no turtle r uw
the.Influence of American institutions not ring. Vow 1 can both smell and hear."Wbrn to the elbows. The itching and burning s.u of ........ .....-.
my reason, not love for my H
.. and Ideas. The eyes of the I began your treatment my bead werr-terribl. My hands cot all scaly and for the craft once the obelisk was aar Bv>*M IAooIowiI1a. Wrioe.-ur,
whole world are turned to the American will family" or my interest him la life but my was terrjbU. 11 had boning and chirping when I 'scratched the surface would be' landed so he ,"old her to. the Ocean *.*>Eel... "" !
I urged to hold on, ta .bei1.on.
Republic the world's purest and attempt the exercise; but it noi.....followed in my head. advice faithfully andtook coveredwith blisters and then get raw., Steamship Company. For many yearsshe.plled HI. ,

greatest: democracy. The civilized wasof no help to him and today "I Peruna ..your you told me. Now 1 might The eczema thumb got so bad that I could 'not between 'Philadelphia and tI7 1. Msrkl II. ..IMISVH.LI.'. t"
move without
nations of'the earth are interested In he Is In an Insane asylum/'where, he 1 .m well. ; my I deep cracks ap Savannah but again ahe was disposed ,
the things we have here and they are will probably remain for the rest of ear"I want to go and vujit my mother and pearing.medicine could went to my doctor Itching.but his of to the American Towing aid Light- )
Mid I not long for only stop At
saying "We .must have the same see the doctor who was
his life. So
who has lost
'things as- Americawe- must know every man thi. world. I will tell him it we. r rtM night I suffered so fearfully that I could orate Company of .Baltimore.: Since .:.
his will Is practically insane; .too! Just that cured woe." .not sleep. I could not bear to touch my 1901 she has followed the course ot ,
the of the American democ-
principles a. every man who has the power to Parana Unmanufactured by The PerunnDrtm hands with water. This for three ,t
went on and been classed asa
racy, and we must apply them to our antiquated craft LOOK.JIi .
will has the power to win In the battles Mfg.. (5o. Columbtu..Ohio. months and I !j
was fairly worn out. At last Baltimore
She bound from
own governments. of life' and assert his manhood '' Ask voter IH-uffgt" for a :Free JPWfuna I got the Cuticvra Remedies and in barge. was ;
a ti
In the past few years Japan has under any circumstances: Almart-ao far 1OO9, month I ,.wascored.. Walter II. Cox 10Someraet foT"ortamauth., N. H. with a
adopted and'applied the principle. The true Christian Is the kingly of coal when loot The DOSSOUK -
St. Doeton 11....., Sept. 29, 1908." cargo ..;.
of' democratic government and China man everywhere. In the world in Prayer Was Short Potter Drug A Chem. Corp., Sole Props.of broke adrift from the tug :Duocaneer GUARANTEED EA4d
has awakened and Is demanding the
Japan and America alike! A-Scotch lawyer bad to address the Cutlcura Remedies Boston M.... In a storm, but was eeen as
e. Institution of democracy and God When you begin to talk about a .. .
all -4
a ap.tod.t.
> only knows what Is. going to take man It Is a question of his will not Caledonian equivalent of our Supreme When a man gels the big bead It Is late as- Wednesday oft the Delaware ....., IxlMH M'l.Mk. I> I..Weadldlr lsirov.s..m' "Men; 1 .#. '

place there. The Empress of China \i of hla Ignorance or Ills unh llef. It Court. His "pleading" occupied nn astonishing how many .fools he finds Capes 'fcy the Clyde liner George W. r.ur.t'r.-: : :=til O nuiWrlel k[>n>.l*=U;;.;.vOab-'';" "" .

dead and thank God she is, for a man is not a Christian It is because entire dny. After seven hour* of almost ! among his friends. Clyde. When abandoned tie .crow \ ..-, <>iiMtb'-Kaa4 tk* emtal will Ueea* ,
though she was a remarkable woman he Is unwilling to give up sin. I will continuous oratory ha went bored In she bad five feet of water In her h9l Plies 6 to 14 DaT"Pno
worthy to be ranked with Catharine tell you-although you know It your borne to supper\ and was asked to conduct -New York Times. ... .
of Russia or Queen Elizabeth of England Ointment Is guaranteed lo cur anycaoeof 0 PAYS FHEE- TUIAI.Weefll '$.
self.Qod knows 1C and the devil knows family worship. As (bo was cx-

In many, respects, her policies !it-your sin something In your- life bausted; his devotions vrero Urlof. Piles in Itching.fl to U days UllndUleelmgRrProtndieg or; money. refunded. COo. Why He Didn't Have to Work"But" BIKSBTaSOItBlriU : ':1p
have been dealing !death blows to >FIT. W .
you are unwilling to give up. alone o.W:. .[FAr
chances for advancement which "I am ashamed of ye, said the old said the good old lady "Iwh, .
any keeps you from God; It Is somethingthat A MERE TRIFLE: -.1''' l
China may have had in the past. We lies deep down In your heart, mother. "To think ye could talk for They that 'l ICholly .has lost his don't yoa go to work'" U hy..p.,. mss....,., I-r Jrl
do not know what the outcome at the court and dismiss say maram" began the disreputa It..
yet and you don't want' to drop it out.' seven hours up Why, will ask otcf'J
will be, but. In the province of God ,. If a man has the liablt ot sinning I. your Maker iu seven mluuton.*' .mind. "Is that Does he know Ole old loafer "yer eee, I got .a wife S JIoon fiiu JlJnr M racaSIWIMO :: ,t

,we believe that mighty and marvelous he may become so used to it that he "Ay Terra true," was he reply Itr't.-Doston Courier. on' lIye'ObUdren to support-" MACUHalCATAtOGU \i-1

things are soon to. happen In that vast sins mechanically and may cease to "bub ya maun mind that the Lord isimee Garfield Tea, the Herb laxative, agreeably "But how can you support them '*. !\i.

':land ancient empire, and especially In regard it as sin If religion is to be I dull In' the uptak as the .Tl.dco- stimulates the liver oorrecu oonnUpa- If you don't go to workf ..-ocmptote iff -_:, ":rrI. >
decade. took at !< t
1. the next Already the un- real and practical a man must say "I tion and relieve,\ a clogged s,.tem.Write for iii mtfaHflbBIA1SBY. .
t beard of and well nigh Inconceivable: will'-I will give up my sin! lJodleBlImnD.. sample Garfleld Tea lb., Brooklyn N. Y. "As .1 was a-saytn. lady I got.a" :ti':th.s.tb*frr, I :i..I .

1 thing*has happened. As the result of The second tUag.,1 want -to talk .'WIt .n' five children to support me. =s.d a.wrlb..:-. ,
I. what has transpired the Chinese pev about is, "Unwillingness to do God's An lye Opener. ... THE REAL.-iOWERY.It. . .-Catholic' Standard and Times. : Bwkt.dp..._ .

I pie are demanding a constitution Will.) When you know the will of I Dr. Mitchell's Eye Salve-Is white In e..MlII1ur Idl.'i.u.e. : w-'l._-and"-, :t-- 4, t

andlhejLWJJLg tJVoonerpt later.. beelntesea the hldeousnesa i appearance and odorless. A positive ., Day' Is Passing, and Few of UsHave' ..atnpl* treetmentRKBC at.4. for.Mt qf./e/.ed. e.r______ .r,:;
It is the same in India. Lord Mlnto. of sin and you w111 curse the hour and eady cure for or., weak In-' Known Its' Inmost Com- PILES MPUea Oir* awl
the Governor-General of that colon, that' you turned your heart away named swollen smarting eyes and plications. Book emt br mailFR6B. Toll...H...tdnr.. 1.wi el..* ...rpa"P.t.. _sw.d ;";.f'
writing back to England that it* from God and good ; you will WiLl granulated lids. Just apply to. the :. -.........-w /

250000.000 natives are demanding you had never seen the vision or His eyelids and rub In well. At all stores. The real Bowery has never been KEA CO. DIPT. 5. 4 MINNIAPO: I.. MINN. SmPP COW r,

representation and a greater share In love. Think of the grand message of Price 26 cents. Try a bottle. written np and probably it never will, 1 B. n t. ,..,. Hrrct,mUHJL CMKile}
government of their land and all Gad to man of. Its beauty of its tenderness ---. -- .- because It Is swiftly pa"'ln} Hundreds s
i the English newspapers and periodicals and you'll\ wish you never When starvation stares a man In i
.made ' m FertiliserMIXING
of been
a -are talking about'the "possibility had seen the vision of It at all unless the face It furnishes him with toad attempt have- by I
r of'a-mutiny on the'part-T>ftberlndlan ' for those who have not even penetrated ,
y outturn.:from ) 1)u .sin; Here: It I.: thought. I
J native army of- 100,000 men; which Whosoever will., may come." "It a the surface of Its reserve. Its heart MACHINERY?.
r' :will make Lucknow',nd. the Sepoy man will,,he may take of the'Water Itch cured In SO minutes by Woolr rd'. and soul-for the Bowery has both ANT:CAPACITY.
Sanitary .
' :rebellion.look like'child's play. The of Life" And the most pathetic Lotion. Never fails.At drugglaU. 1 .well .retervt sealed book ATLANTA UTILITY WORKS I
as a" --are a
.'" watchword of the people Is- now words Jesus ever uttered are these: Better be -u cup of flirt crystal to to the writers. It isa Sargasso Sea ,)AS r POINT QA. v /'t-7!
"India for the Indians with repret.t "Ye
will not come unto Me that ys be shattered. by rough handling than
:",, ,'.o""" sentatlve- and constitutional government might have Life!" Oh.-how black is Iron pot 'and never to know delicate littered with -derelicts of. all worlds j
!-. Persia has th6 drifting forthwith the end.
caught spirit sin when It will draw forth such I service. back and
. ot the Western World and clamors words from the Son of God. When rees ebb and flow of the tide whit THE SEED HOUSE
for similar'rights. The Turks, the you left the wife and the home and Un Wlnalow's Soothing Syrup for Chndl'lDteetblngfteNothepmareduoealnftamm. all about.them Is the ceaseless activity
,Young Turks and all the Turks are .- OF THE GREAT SOUTHWEST.
went away to meet sin, you put your of commerce of development moving : -
saying: "We will have constitutional foot out and crushed the oa.a11.nuaiA.cureawmd a bottle. 1
beautiful :. onward and upward despite tho Writ for OUI'11O-pac. Illustrated (re* Seed
I government. and the Sultan knows '"
flower of the Father's lovelVe I HE DID NOT PRACTISE.The and Incubator catalog.
'that they are going to have It. In ceaseless dross current, which no literary
think of such a case; she told us of It Musser Seed Co.
spite of the fact that his promises are herself. I bad married them myself. Mlnlst.r-'I'ben you don't think mariner cruising In these uncharted Aggelerdi ,

not believed and.' his efforts. to put It She 'Was a beautiful Christian girl; I practise- what I preach! ehT waters, can understand. 1U-1U N. Main ". LOB ANOKtES.: : CAL. f '

r. off as long u pOlalble. but be had gone away to sIn and The Dea. op--No, sir I don't You've Those who know It 'best and have The:Reason I Make and ids Kor*'Men's*UMV >

Now the' greatest, the most potent had come home again and damnedher been preaching oa the subjeo o' resignation skill In' well 'some Cured. $>. 0 Hoes Than Any Othw Maaafsctam.
writing as Cancers
I Influence In all this world-wide-agi whole physical life. I do not fur twa years an'- ye hlvna some as overwhelmedby .11._r II.. w_tk* >..1 at_.,the..... .
understanding, are eo W Uiis4MeeWN
tation for liberty and human right think there is a hot enough cornerIn resigned ylt.-Tit-nits.l rts endless complications, its Infinity " of,... thoussds. of o..d red. osa:. ..eht.m1..i.Wr.._of_:::S.Ir.ss4.aps rr. ..,_.... u. "" <
;{ -Is the American Influence of which I hell for that roan.who is willing: has ........4. $e doctor I. ibs world. bas b.t
.._... .... tbuDr. rYy eery ewr.1,
astonishing ..._ I. .rl.. 0. e.w .:
have spoken.'' When 'We were coming to wreck the soul .of wife and child Only One Bromb Quinine"Thai I of contradictions l.r, Y .,. ,
.;. .,
through the Mediterranean we Look and Its ..depravity How.rd ,... .. .. Ad4..... .Ul... ne ww..m..uw.s.Dwd., a..s
and taint their blood with the cobsequenoes Is louts Drome Quinine" goodness frightful ptl.ataos .. ..I .. "i
tneC one pt..those Ignorant fellows on 'of his Bin! for the signature of It W.Grove Veal the : -the baffling mystery of Its wonderful J. L. IIQ.VARD. ....Do'a Wa a l-son kmeA tar my.4t:.55.. +flY
I Cold in One Day.SSo. '' Mrmlafhsu Ala. M.'""" ., rI.a... ._ r
our ship who."know It all" and are In closing let me speak -to of World o..r to thus '' its fantastic ox' Sal err un
: dlsplayingtheirIgnorance you 'I' humanness, and,. ".1<101.u4 h...' mrlat the *..f..*- !
constantly ; the highest and holiest experience In Canon 'handed over the ?heeI fee M..r.e.g remit {'
.. mystery" that they do -not dare at. eh. ?,,
/ and be said to me: .H... you seen my life. One Sunday afternoon come SOUTH al.y M W... aed eatasem. ebb
( of the moody" be received forcopyright tempt to write even whtt.thty fcii9w. FARM LANDS "
that picture back of'you on the wall months ago I was In Jerusalem, with whole; ORGI '
.f '.Well", be continued.""that Is the leisure to do u I pleased) for ten daysor of certain sermons' to the Only, one man In all Uter ture' anal AllY SIZ: TRACTS. TERMS: OIVJ:1C: i.s, paim, t tVa re.awl price S"(1 m r

) greatest and finest clubhouse Vie more. So I went through the British Hospital for Incur& ana have Interpreted the Bowery-and DaVtse I am tb. pioneer ml "ct..f' tooth ..Oeta S v..........o.rws__...., p?

. world!" His mother told him to just Damascus Gate that day and climbed the Gordon Poys' Home. Is dead hers from .Hav.'b.r*'_lo.Uon.. i d.$J I k..0... th. -p-o peop pU w.L.DOUCILU,let 5/sk 55..,M.. r

i :keep still but .he -went on talking to. the crown, ot- Calvary, that green Most 01 us1 know the Bowery,. and the _a'..,.. I haT. farms. that must > :9'
I -bout It,, Showing'tils ignorance,- tillills bill outside the ,waiL of the, city. HURT IN' A WRECK. through fugltigeapwipaper sketchesand cold. IfOG want the thaaee.o<< year life to HHSThoinpson'sEyeWaterAtZ'OA *.:
mother Informed him thatIt was r- boy a home aheap, address j""
There read the. whole story of .
a picture of the'home of the President love prayed over It.. wept redeeming Kidneys Badly Injuredred. Health. fearsome1nridanelodramas; .. The J, .ft, MONROEAbl: CeoJoaIa. ( ) '1'm ,

t r of the United States* then I had over It; then I went to. the foot of Seriously Impaired. sketches pretest certain phases more

: JOy turn' and I said to them: ""Yes the Mount- Olives and into the or less Intelligently, but the' melodramas -'
that rtghtt! That's the biggest clubhouse Garden of William White. R. R. man, 201 J hive.built } : "
Oethsetnane. where, to"my endlessly repeated
' In the world; that's the home delight, I found myself: alone. From Constantine' '. EC, .Three Rivers Mich., worthy even of being; scoffed tat so EXCQ.lf nt .O'p' ortunitis r
-of the had'Big..wholesome-Influence Stick/ 'That "big stick"lias over thence Road along I passed which down they the brought Damascus my ,, says collision: "In a my railroad kidneys -' far concerned" as any consideration But these cheap truth melodramas Is

the entire civilized world
Lord anfl through the gate once more 1 ,must have been s
My friends', the one great 'mark into the city and over the Via Dolor-' hurt as I passed endlessly'repeated built .- Desirable Locations the'Line of thew
,,'<*, hat Uncle Sam has put"on thin world osa to PIIy'I.TadC1DeDt! Hall "in' ) bloody .urine withpaln'lor up a flQtton that 'bas- come to be accepted ; on, ; -. ''f

and all around-the planet Is the principle Imagination I saw the soldiers bring as the reality.-Front i Kverrbody's. .
.:'of Individual responsibility.This a long time ATLANtA CIHMINQIIAH ' "''pi;
Him before*, His judge followed by ft ATLANTIC RAILROADTRAVERSING -
Is the mark of civilization and,It the priests and city rabble; and I after was weak: and _- _,_, ,, {

Is the mark-especially, ot Christian heard, their voices demanding His thin and so X could Old 'Word Alexis. ALABAMA, '
civilisation. The mark-of heathenism crucifixion though Pilate said ."I not work, .Two years The- wonderful! old1 president general .PRODUCTIVE GEORGIA AND }

.. Is the clan, the tribe, the- class the find no fault.In Him at alll", I-heard 'after I went to the Nord Alexis, then at'',leasf\: nine

--"--{family qd.'tGpt1r81'TRl1lt"Wlunrtt1a.-'tlllflll, the bunch; It puts a*lot: of them clamor for the release of Bar- hospital and. .!I-.three ,.years old, and feosslbly ninetyelgbt. -. There is nose ti lll :the coon ioffernbetter.op: .s..

abbas::& fPt1ateshFreud.r-Alm; "remained almost six moaiha;but jny resisting ski W of hi* .
t all together, they don't amount to the King of Glory to their cruel will. case seemed hopeless. The urine .toflea" stubbornly portunities for farming, manufacturing: plants fruit groiv-, ; ;i.
much anyway; but the mark of civil Barabbas they freed: but Jesus they ministers .and and t ,
passed. Involuntarily. Two months his ing stock raising. .
isation Is the individual man, his. crucified on Calvary I This Is the; maintaining that troops world ; .
rights and his responsibilities.To question before you\ men" to-day: ago I began taking Doan's IGdneyPills defeat Gen. Simon's. force In the hattie The A.:B.. & A. furnishes-unsurpassed transportationfacilities ,.?1;

,. the cltliens this country; of ours Jesus or Barabbas" holiness'or and the Improvement has been expected.; and prevent their a* operating'' from Birmingham and Atlanta. to "' '
Uncle.8am : You! ark cltlsen- wonderful. Four hay done me \
says sin! Every man who turns his backtodayon boxes: the capitaL It Is. almost
kings; yon have a 'crown, wear It; Jesus Christ takes Barabbaa more good than all the doctoring of vance Ilnpo.slbto upon number the revolutions Brunswick,-:Thomasville and Way ross, affording through; :;

I yon have a throne, climb up on It; and lives In his sin! Which will yourchoose seen years. I have'caln.d so much have ravaged the Brunswick Steamship freight service quick schedules
Io..S on
'civil that :
your have a scepter, wield It: you ? that friends wOnder at It." and ; .4

have an Individual responsibility use Sold my by" all dealers. SOe a box. republic' sad prevented all progress: for: New York,. Boston and other eastern markets. ., "

Ii.eI"mzatlon Itl* That ;is that,the lies glory at of the Christian centre of Depends Upon the MoUve.Themoralityotan.otiond.pends.- Foster-Mllburn' Co.. Buffalo- N. Y. during the the victorious 104 years,.I.yel'since Dessallnesled to overThrow Should you desire to locate in this "Garden Spot rof, 1 w

:\ "It;and reaches"ito lhe": >ery:: core-6f -the motive from which-we act.. :STAKED-Aids OW""" JIIS, wiFir the power qt:Prance..'1Iut surely .. "the -South,'] ,It- will"pa" nimunickte'witli- tther .,...."

the the religious fountain-bead life of the'citisen'thatIs out of wbteh: all npoa If fling halt-a-crown to a beggar with, a VANITY. there never was a more stlrrlnic of the undersigned. --' : : :7'T:;:)?:- -, "

l the'Ytr6hmsiof his life, as ajcltlien7ianst : intention to break his bead, and he She-Old you forget today Is ray or dramaths situation than that In J. R. ROWLAND -- .;W.-H'QOlGG

.flow;. It is a principle, .more. hicks It up and buys victuals with It. .birthday? whlci'.the half-blind old president is ... ,

'J;*% over, which comes to as directly from the physical effect is good bntwith 'He-..Dnrel Dtda,,t rotf want me such a plctve.(|ue ftgurew-New York Traffic Manager, A .,. < :Gederal''Ffight4gent; ,, /::

r1' .e 1' the teachings of Jesus Christ and.,. respect to me- the. .action Is Very tot rYookers 6tate. .n. Herald. W. H. LEAHY, General Passenger. Agent.Atlanta; Ga '

j_ J. man's, 'personal. relation to Jesus wrong.;, Johnson. --......, j ,', . .... .1 1 LJ11kL.t Ml il.HH4.ii*. 41* .1 -.-.. ,- .7 . ..... .-,- r,..., ::-..!
Christ is what brings him Into right

i. .4' relation to 'God.:.This Is the heart of
.. rhe.Elgheet..Product.. .
-Gospel. and U- secret of-th '
,Christian chrlllsattona-.- of ther, world. Man Is .the. highest! product pf his i '

Jesus .ald.,"Jr a man will do Hla will. own hlstor,.: ?The discoverer finds . .tl. P

.. ,'' be shall )know of the cl.octriDe..If nothing so grand or tall as himself,: 1 i a n r Hi1t.:;

... -yon want to.take the right patb.1you nothing 'so valuable to" htm. The

q. will not'ba., long in learning what the Jreatnt: 'Itar'l., at. "the small end ot

.of-' I' &.path.Isv: Man's. condition, does toe; telescopey-the star tbat Is looking

"'not,depend on question-of-man's. Dot looked.:after,-Bo.:: look' .d'at:-7'= .,, -..lgsoaus.oI those ugly/grluly> gray hslr Ys LA CRHQLHK HAIR IRUT9RER.Prloee $I.OOeta) -
,Ignorance' ." ,. because_ .every one'know* TIO .s Parker.'" - ,;.-r....:K:?, .?..)I ,4'. "'

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' j' 1 STATE: : FAIR! NOTES.letrea : : ORDINANCE laaUMKMKanv anvjav aaacawK aaac BaaxaBueaxaauncvcjaa jaKaaaHO1.IDAY

AN AaMad All Ordinance Bin.Wlea1 Bargains at Cash Store r

I "A. Ord'....... IUff.U: njr .... Uee ai \
tier Pool BUII.rd TaMea R_ byftfiaora"Be
If : baodo M oupi ba> or
I ,heeD ordered bj |,he State Fair! mmffementto It 0' '.. M4 by tl e Council of the Town ofKlaaimme

; l be gtpen'ss prizes to theo *OIty1' White .Lawn 40 In. wide. 15c per yard. v. r 1 '
,wior r. 'In the college end high school SacrtoM I. It hUI be unlawful for any qriwr :
1 I.
Lace from 60 to45o yard ' GROCERIESi
atblello'eveats. to be held) at.the next ndettHeaceof......., ,... to play >.t any per .% '- "ii
' JoUJIUtIa'1a "- Dress Pants. $1.6O to $5.00 pair. .,
45' Faire lime Ilh. __of pool or any ioaaa per . .
a . I I wherein. pads billiard tablets kept for pubfk Pair' Stripe Pants atf$ 1.00. 7 t = .
,. frequent ee.loniure about amrHam prf -'---""::"- "::w' .' '.' : .. 0 t.
to enter .
R'; TbelbnR'. at. the next Stitei. Full UM or, TrunKS and Suit,Cases at lowest e.. .I. 1 1f'
I where pool or billiard Cable ml a kept. for the k i -, :;'tt::
f .
sod the :
will\ be much more extensive; Picture Frames from 25c to $3.5.Q.each.., .
uaa of the publUj after the hour of(p.m., and ., ='ll'IIPp> r.rjpi'juo1'8..1.-9f) a much Crockery at the lowest prices.'t ** :
at anr-mltto- "<' r-< sgo-sfMfMoaywn a5. .. Also Everything Necessary for .
pravlou .
hlgher.Charaoter.tliin '
any_ t - -
. . -
'Ff - -' ...-; .r-'d..UOIo..II" be-t Uhed -* Fancy-Stfaw-HaU atco.t... .
$ Jr, by Imprisonment for not roar then thirty dan ot "Best Shirts made for,$1.OO each; .; E .. :
tt .' ,. .. by a A ne of not mo.a than on but Ire Co'ltn,.or 'making Fruit, fake:' I) ,
Everybody ,IV Interest/! lo the. rail- by'DoUi such flat and traprlaonment.. -- Tinware at any old price. ., :

;, toad loc mot.lve collniloo which Uto ,. See,2. Whoever Win tae owner. lawM.orkeeper # The only place you can tret the Beaver Brand Hat. f
i' beooe of the featured of the next of tiny '| wl\ or billiard. t bJ.1c..*foe th.

"-!t tat Fair.Persons. u..of the puh'lc. allow any minor under th.aefetrnteent .. :

r ... 'n.. t'or4 M to pay at any.tin. Headquarters for the Best Shoes in. Town. R. S. Floyd:& Co.a J'

% desiring a Copy| of the premium the van 'olpou'or: bllllarda. or to enter. "'..."tat .. L .
r HID of the next State Fair&lnav or 1001..*., ,ajiout auob pool "or. MHlai. J room. _. :
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'T obtain lame lw addressing W. V.Stovall aftaraatd hour of 1 p. m thaU b pi: ilahed bInprlw / '

"r Secretary. ,. ,.", Tampa, FlaM . I 'n it* not more than alx'y d....,or by 'w.. rV' tw'-w' YrtYnYrpr etrr'Bn .

r .* ". a tin of B:'*n we tt *i two t'J'* .aV'jre. or. THE GRHKSTOHE 8 GUE DUD poopSHOPS J I
.jor Tench State Fair CominU.loner both enrVfita aid Iniprli T fit. -

.. for AlgIthus county stat'!* See; a.. ordlnrncea.\ ornarta thereof. In tOttOttOttbt/0t>alOttO tI0t1000itOtOctcK
'> ,' that Ale.bua will have a fife exhibit. conflikl l here*>.A. t and th. _. are. '".".tar '
Two years ago Ibis county shared wl1 .1 > peel XP. ANTHONY A. L L[*'Proprletore xA A. CARSON.. .......... J. A. CKANPORD.VleePrealdent.. S. hi LUPFIIR'Searebuy..

.Polk the grand championship prize tithe .... l' upraaeM. mthU *"", f''y of i nuaryA . . ,
Stat Fir-&nd-U'will wake ST. .DJW! \ T.. W KLU9.. effort this year -to.:take the --wholt) Pi ealdenl of Council Town oAn .

award' .y '.t': Rein J, .(',.'/, . Fairbanks-Morse Gas
John L. Sullivan, the '"grand old I Clwk of sal s T01I. \ '

d mail of the ringwill bring to Tampa Appljved by' ma thla Ath; day of ft lujr A. D. and Irrigating Outfits. .

I for the next. State Fair a group of celebrities Ik*'. T. M. MURPHY. ..
in wrestling and _. ._ 4
boxing1 Klwlmm
i Mayor of the Tow i,ot -- -- ----.
ti ? ,other branches of athletics snd the l"' a) "- .
John L. Sullivan athletic exhibitionwill ._.- -- --- ------ -- AUTOMOBILES RENTED OR. REPAIRED Rough and Dressed

X bone of the main points of inteidst Notice-of. Application for Tax Deed;... __ u. ___ __ ,
& on the Stan-Fair Range.
Under Sectio 8,574 and 575, .
g' thogo-h te has recently b'"o called a'' Statutes ARTESIAN DIUVBN ANY DEPTII '
"mollycoddle" the gr .t "John'L"wrfte Revised Pine Lumber. S -
>, that he will be willing to rn'ci of Florida. .
/ .
of the of the -ring
younger men
any N'yl lklJ jl that t"herL Johimlon .
rl- roby [ 'Jn ,
-dOrfl'JnnnUy-lirTamll'a7 tle 'wIH; purchaser of T.x Cenlll'ato Mo l I1 datedtheInd '
himself engageIn exhibition bout all KindsR WorkDANN'S
WT Solicit pair.
with. the. noted lighten who will be-, Amf of July.*. D. HIM and of'Tax Ce"'I caw
No.ISI 1 dated. the Mil day of JulyX I> lsp9 l has BILLS A S-PECIALTY..
with his cortnpany. HOUSE .
filed mid. ronlflcalwi. In my, Aloe and ha mmliapplliniloii .

The poultry. exhibit next. Stats. fortax deed uilMtiue In irroMaooa. IOcIOttOhOcc_ < -A-Ot.Ogcglpt.OgtptdltOti0LI0ttOt0t10tlOtI0d10f10t
with I law. HM certlflcatCK embrace the follow "
Fair will be on a larger and' more attractive WORKSHIGH
described nltuftttMt In OweolaCuniiL7
.f' Ing property WAGON
scale than ever before attempted . Florida, tooil7'.x .

Hithertothe poultry department Iprtlllnale No Uombracm NK''. i.f NK', tt, 'aKwww vtnw.atn wHKwa N
of the Fair has been locatedIn
Section r 'In Township 2r South of\29 FaHt
rather a remote portion of the
Tax O grounds and no special Inducerrenu HoHlhwent dornerof th<> N&', of hW4 of Set- GRADE. VEHICLES MADE TO ORDER. I School SupplieS.: .
p were made to secure the enlhuslsntlo '- -'"
thou 2t In Ton.hlp 21 ,South of Rntife :.'OI'A.t.:
Co-operation of poultry fanciers. At
rum V .iiHllT: .anlorlb: 0 1
the next }Fair much better location
\ .. South l/i )anl AS&TS
will be afforded-one of the most
aHNH-NHitd. the elate of! AND T
Th. said lands beiiiK Ht a
the (Turd tend -
prominent grounds a a i
. .., .
; the imiiiau "f MKI| (' 'rllll'a. % rLsiMZtlelTlu
special premium list, with prizeHranfflnff
the uiunuB at I_ K,.Pturnuu an'i"t U K joss!! ;
100 been
4I from to fi.bus r repared i
for I AKIIII Ul/liBi. n.i for poultry alone Coops Blacksmithitig Horseshoeing i 4i :
i 4,000 ro"are\ belD6but It. This ex I Mn1lllK til la" Inc fl(Gil Will Issue .... EXAMINATION TABLETS

hlblt will be in charge of :Mis L, 1Trousdale. '\ lhitrain pti the I th. dry of .'Uiiintr 1DOXVtftiif.Hfl All Kinds Done by First-class Workmen. MADE ESPECIALLY FOR .
m> <>(TI( lat HiKiiHturu find teal Ihltfhi
Any one desiring to exhibit i
poultry may obteio a premluiu ( !M I.I l 'I..y..r Dvcimber. A. l I.. ills. I' OSCEOLA HIGH SCHOOL.
h;. L I I.ESLBl'I .
lilt .
writing to the of
upon Secretary . -
the State. Fair Association (wtnn rlori Ciri'uit (nurt. Ow ,.i1n i .
County. Florl<.ta.

Notice of Application for Tax II)' \KIHUK HOMUAN 1). C. J. J.: DANN Proprietor.

Deed Given in Accordance I Kissimmee Drug Company
Citation fit Aclministi ation. .
With Sections 574 anH 575 of
In Oiunty Judw Court. Osceola County; Flo.
the General Statutes of the
l left fly tho'CounCy Judge of Said CountyWherou : :KbMM11'a 44 bvbN' wN1"N1 1wV a'rr' 11H KKNN'K7

+ State of Florida. N. C. llryan ha applied to this i . I i.> __ - ._ __----
"AO" _N.T'O"' h = -==-= ---
tM/L -
Notice laherobVKIreu (hat. H R. o\''ttJiurchiwer Court for Letters ot Administration on th. KL -

of Tax OertlHiatca SOa.I'OII. I.I.I I. tate of C H. Fountain.deceasJ. late of Mid "ir ..*W"ir *'"' ir'V' -v- Vv" ,ww"wriF irvw-*...,.. ...
dated the Inl day.<.f July A. li. IHW |haM County oT Ocdula i'
at Died s 'd ce 111":1III rajruHIrt. and hAl Then* are therefore to cite and admonish all, MACH BROS. ; PHON'E NO. 8.
tnale application! 'or ta x deed to 'sane hi a< and ping-alar the kindred and creditor; of said deeeased -
r'COniauce ""Ii law -BaTT
the following described properly aluiated In before U. :K>th day of January A D. I'X'i! and : Livery Feed and Sale Stable. NORCSSW.: ) .

'r Oaoeola county< Florida t >wltCatOAcateNo objections... if any they have. to the ftrantlnirlettera I Griffin
120C Block-. CD. H A. Mat- afuMmid other. .." the same will La
p It ....' .. .. ,
tb. Addlt m I '!Klaa ram" '. ranted p\.ed. (WOOD:-DRAYINGEvcrytliint ),
Oortlfliato 1ZM. Blocka J. J.H A.Meshes V / I.dltioit V Itneu my hand a> County Judge of the r f t.

to Klaalmm ie C.t '.. County aforeeatdrlthle :Wth day of Decemb.. ? is New and First-Class. Wo will .Fancy Family Groceries.
OertMoate 1210. Block O. f If. A. M..tha. 190y W B. JOHNSTON ,

t '.'Addition to Klaalmt"..e-Ci 7. ISeaDi.: .. _ __ __ _.(ountgJgdgat! __ Jlender Prompt and Satisfactory ,$er- .
Tbe aald land.of Blob belOK c.nlReaWln.laeaaed at the the nie date of o' _Jaa._--l-6t- -- .----.. lice Day or NI ht. All Kinds .' Fresh Meats. .. - ;

oortlAoatea shall be redeomod' ao<. Notice: of Garnishment.. , '. ,,' Heavy Hauling. ' lit t'Dclluery Every Day. at, any Hour. '1'aironaxe Bqlicfied r., 3 ::1,

:; < law; tai deed will lude ihereou on In Court of Ju.tlne of Peace.. State of Florida. AT SEAMAN'S OLD STAND. PHONE 113. de.IatJ&sn.stir tmamauserail.4hrAaJkultrsBuA.stli.Asrer; rphi :

of February.A. I),19 ". .",.- 0<' .. ('eceoia Cuuutye.rir.t' Diillrlot.. " ... "" ,.... ,. ,.... ,."" ,. -... Auh .fia+Aa ,t
: official algnatun and sad this.the' D. N.,Floyd. Plaintiff -v
January. A. D. iron.- TI I Civil ,
;: .
ARlllOH : Frank Jones. Defendant V - 7' .sv. .w..ti. .s..w...... . w# t
Allaiitlo Cast Lino Railway t:om. I Action
tourt: 08ce )la County: Kloilila. : pan., Uarniihee ) "
(CK, D. C. To Frank Jones. Defendant and All Others .
Whom It Inay Concern: BUDDED TREES! .Sunny South Stables.

You are hereby notified that a Writ of Oar il .
< of
Application lor Tax
niahment ha lien iHHtied, Ip the aboreoaye for

Under Sections 574 and the xiorery or an indebt>dueftB of 1 7.10 and Nurseries. ,
that your property in the hand of Atlantlo Islesworth L. H. INGRAM, Proprietor.
f the General .Statutes
Coa.IIAoeRaliway Company has been gar- .
flubbed, and that ualesa you appear before said J. W, HOARD, AGENTWe \ \ \\-:\\ \ }\% a area a a -ai-iiwa-
Stale of Florida. CHASE oi CO.. PPOPRIETORS
Court on or before the lat day of February A* 1
hereby rYeD'-1 1 Mauls Green D 1M9 Judgment by. default will be entered will have ready for next. Fall and Winter plantlncr a general. Il "fERY ALE and BOARDING 1'-- 1 '
of Tax enlfloate No llf dab against you. D. N.FLOYD. Plaintiff ataortment of OranfA and Grapefruit; Trees of all leading ....rletie. }

I I4appfatloo ,dar of Jute, A. D. WSJ, has In teitlroonr whereof I have hereunto aetmy .. Our tree are budded on rood( healthy rough Lemon and Pia... tMMJ I .

.... tinny once, and tin made hand and aeal thlxllat day of December, Souro..aoa'\t root, guaranteed free from insects pests ft any lllnd.- ......-.........\..-.-.--..----.\ ,-..\--.\.-..... .... -.4-.
for tax deed to luna In accordance AD.19Og. 1.. A. MINX/ Alt budded from bearing trees' in our groves and tnerefore true. to
"" (Seal. ) Joltloe of Peace First Dlatrlot. name. Our facilities for arrowing nursery stock are second to Well equipped with New Stock: and Volilole-j aad :

: embrace the following" de. none and our tree are ... fine a. money and twenty. year' exper* > prepared to meet all demands with Perfect Satis .: ::,/
situated In stockholders Valencia Late which i* destined the faction. Ji
:': The annnal mewing of the < of famous California .
'. Robins Addition to Kini the Unite; Land Company ol Florida will be money-maker in Our Valencia di j
J>eld at the office of Lb. compDJI..ln Ktavimmee, trees famous
'! root from the best bearing in the district. now for producing I
i Fla., at 11 oolnok a. m., on Tueaday, JanuartAh
land being aaaeued at' the date of : loot, for the elocttou of dl".lId for :; the best Valencia In California. . HEAVY HAULING A SPECIALTY.
. .
*of auch. oertlfloat* ID the named the transaction ot annh other bualneea aa may ; 1
come before the meeting C. W. WanD Write forces to J. W. HOARD Ootha. Fla., or call and see;our Nur- '
. Fla.. Deo.24.190H. Secretary; N'KWtKe.IWrWbtt N'afr.lyKti 'b v+ti
R. R.Malsby. .
certificate* aballb redeemed ao series at Waco on Florida: Midland deed Will sins thereon on
of February,A. D. 1M.i. Notice of Annual Meetings i.\Nm\maNN.\N\N\N\\\\N\\\NNare.\MNwNaNN\\\\.InaaN.
onaolal algaature and sal this. Notice la hereby given. that the regular annn-

:( .] -tb*.6th day ot January, A. D. al Ions meeting Cattle Co theavateKholderaln. will be held at the the offloe ee-Par-of the... Machinery Co. WHAT IT MEANS 1; --I

lAx company in Klaatmmae Utty, Fla., on the 12th
..'\ ARTHUR I. DONIOAH. day of January 1W, the same being the aeoond Many; people do not know what a B.nk' Capital for OC" t .'.dltr.r."... between I
Court OaeeeUOannty..Florida Tneaday In said month at tbe bour of 2 o'clonkp. : bank of little or no capital and one with a 'large caPlt.I g
m. 8. It, BtrixocK Secretary.Klaalmmee. a
;l D.O. ".., Deo.'x1,1908.Stockhoiders' 22 OCEAN 8T: . . . . JACKSONVILLE, 'FLA. i A BANK'S CAPITAL AND SURPLUS /I .L-
I J*t : la the had that p rotor U the depoaltora from lose therefore the. larger It li the -r; .;'
o greater' proteotloa the depositors bare. This b.abAD .
Nptice_ to Creditors Meeting. Portable; and Stationary. Kngioes, Capital . ... ..... .. .. . .',... ... .t;O.OOO on) ') .
' Saw Mills Wood-working" Machinery Surplna fund o...... .... . ... ...... .. . 16,00000
I s All peraona b&Waa claims. .t tawSBVate efWaKer Aa provided>y law the Annual Meeting ef the Shingle Mills, Lath. Mills, and StockholderllabllUy .. ... .:. .. . 50.00000 r.
.. atoekholdera of the State Bank of KUairanne will
.Br.daeaaaaa, late of the eounty el Complete
be held at their banking. bouae I. Klaalmmee at general line of supolles. A .. .. .. .. .if
.Coeds and ...t..( Florida, muatpraaent the 'p.KB.'.oo the eeoond Tharadar ,. Jaamary.l-. line carried In stock for immediate total of : I113.00O OO
;t t __ .properly ateaated,te tae aaderatmed Ad.Othanrlee the aam. beflut the Mth day of January. shipmentSold on easy terms.It i Tku means that we moat lODe IIL\.ooo.OO before our depositors could '- a I '1

bo-Lw. / ____ __ .. _.S eotlou'I -for YOU. __ __ __ _ .__ _u_ __ __ __ t

.4' '....-In4abt they 4 will te" Mid be f eateka eibarred.And"wDl make aettle all* RbGERS'LIVERWORT will, pay you to consult us before SLATE BANK OF KISSIMMEE

Mart ef the aaaiete the .............. TAB AND OANOHALAflUA buying. Postal will bring our sales i I !

ft 'f j ..." . EKNBT T. BASS Asthma For the and complete Bronohltla cure and all ot Lnngooraplalnta Concha. Colds a and man. Write.. for.Illustrated catalogue . .t I mlMMti. 1' Lr7A1DA.C. #

aVdaalalatratarot' theeatato at Walter Baaa, 8r. tending 'o oonanmpuon. Liverwort, Tar and prices.We I A. B.
J a5r dswa.d. Wild. Cuerrr, hare for a reputation aa a aandard oouf = ........"
.Y? :O.Mk.rlf'W4. 1.afor/.tbs.. remedy. It aq nWnt no opium or harmfuldrogcanbe e'Nm ...... ............&.......... .. ........\.............................I
1 I J given with .ale*) to children, : :: ,
't.y Price II.00. Sold only: by Oaoeola Pharmacy, -
i. Notice of Final Discharge. ."

"yf I ..... to nil whom It may: ooneera Every Mother R. O. MEEK SpriggFleming'
,w ? ; that" after data I will preeent te I I LAIINIE iUASIIMitp ,. r
tbi Cant; *edge*f OmjeoU Coontr.: at-.. .....: la..or hould.i>worried' "heo..1hllllt.t.lo.. Has tor. ..alecholce-laadslaever. ;' a f !rlAL06IAl ARf _IR'u ....
ones have a coach or cold. It may lead of Florida adapted for farming -
...Ktae nmee Cltf my aoooanta and Tauebera eaaether > portion CLEANING i1YED 11))EYEIIf .
.z-' with rrr AuIu4 I ilk foe finaldtMhanre to croup or pleurlav or poeumoDla or the. growing of fruits and :yegetablea .
1._ ; ..edmlnlctretor ef tbe eatato of Anniea. then to something more lerioul. Bal- 'of every variety. ; also phosphate PRESSING'DYEINO

t. .Parka ........late of.... eoontr.Jalylat.l90S la>rd' Horebound Syrup will cure tbe timber and ranch lands.Exceptionally ..d ,,1,
OHO, F. FAKKEB.T.,1 trouble at once-and prevent. any: eompllcation. -1'' ---
., t"t..;", .f-ir 'Admlnlatrator. 'Sold by Rob raoo', Ph r- One bargains lo orange REPAIRINGLeave ,

.'4>'11'' m&cy, groves List your property with .
VANS .AONEW him; he can sell It. rent it and collect
l ', 'p"Aw , Str. Juanita for Charter. II'
rents.Affenrfor house our .
'r '. "' jour. word at my and clothes. w
Abe iervloet'bf the steamer .Juanlta -
t :.. "S, 2T.l-ATTORiCKV; AT: i---I: : I are now" offered for charter toTbuntliiff. : eI'T1N-aud--Life--laluro- _-.will be oallad, for and- _returned.Satisfaction -- fIDRJDAjW
.. '} l| and pleasure parties,_or for special anoe and Armour' Fertilisers. I Y-r :f croRy0.;; ;;.-- '*
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