Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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 Material Information
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 15, 1909
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00368
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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A MONSTERMIEINGWas : line. :/l'b..pe. 8I'- was .e"'optul l.jLto OLD COMMISSIONERS meat foroon v lets;'wblcb amount was 1 :

.. regards this ,-yl.clolt7. and pros ordered credited to the jhwrifl.;; "
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: - -- --W- ,-:" dieted g-eat prosperity for this 10..11.a | c'n The various cattle inspectors .

f And-county the Mar future.- ,The throughout the county filed tbelr reports -
That of the Board of Trade on speech was most bQartilvredei red. and Wind Up the Comity's Affairs and of cattle driven, "01' :

It is hoped be can always find It convenient butchered lirthelr rei vectl ship . -it .
Monday Xigfit ta: }t.."V.I:I: S. to attend'-the future sessionsof I Turn the Reigns of'Government . ,Paidwan-ants were cancelled from ...

Attended in full rom. the Board: ' s i *. Over to New Board. ., .* the following funds:. --.; t-rr. : 1 .

.. Secretary Meek orave' ap history or o.aera1..u... . ... . f 1487 > the progress; of the Board since Its inoeption Road ... .,...... 476 '/1. '
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telling of what bad been done Fine and rorfelture JHH uTreasurer' _- '
shows and then glesDdhT.E.!: 'l''LA JaD:.., 1900. -
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Although there werp in the way of advertlslott.( of what ;' report showedthe' following . S ,- ",
The Board of
TrUr the mlnitreli and County commissioners ,
.hows-Jolly !good bad been- accomplished, and balances on band: .-
In and for Oiceola Florida '
the boards..] county -
the moving pictures on cited many, instances of what a kind: General revenue.. *| MM 14 tKloe 0'
Monday nUht, >Mlll there were more:JJ word a hearty handshak'e and a pleas- ,tnetlnregularsessiononthe'abovedate / and forfeltar . . 1X1 II ,Our line of FallGoods ,
T there being J. S. Strattonbhairmav.ll.H. .. .
In &t.teodan08'upoll the Board present County achool. xxft fi7
w- people l I.
previous'slut' smile would do. .retain, as per WalkerJohn R.; 'ounty road .,.. . . . sal 74
of Trade meeting than on any roanent resident. m.oyo' those who 'State> aid fond .. ... 1121 .
.. occasion .Iooelt.s organization,o..IOf..or to'spend the-winter Branson: and W. K. GodwloICtdCgopmi.- .8.8. D. No.H.> .. . 11II100 S. ..... .
ladles pone among'ua loners' P. A. Vans . . . .. for Men '
'M oo'urae, to the fact that the .. ; i S.S. D. N. .* 2J Mr ; .
were-specially-Invited to be present, .months.. for.*he Board, and A bur- E.- Done- '8.LD.i4a4. ills .;,
,: Mr "-J. -W?'Ltllr tjfLatonla,' Ky.v
- fmany ot whom accepted Iho"Invitation gan Deputy' Clerk. v Mr. 'B. B. Milan appeared beforethe S '
was the ,visitors and respond
1 and .attended particularly those be- ed.to among the Invitation to address the The minutes of the last meeting'wereread'and board with reference to a steel i f Wpitieii and '

lunging: : to the Village Improvement Board in a few well chosen-wprdi, and aporoved. bridge hut as tbe term of office of the .
Society, the organisation that has humorous The following: report was Yecelyed, present board expired today, they referred -
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made ..ome good though
done and It doing much to enhance and upon motion duly seconded, the hIm to the new board. :

.Lt.be beauty and welfare.of bur town augeestionsiThe president nottled'all officers!' report of the committee was accepted, The board took a recess until p 'm. t I; Children Is now ,

*** If Hieetl-g of this character are continued eomailtetees that were and.as .the price of. the land was too The board reconvened at 2 p. m., ..ntho.e J
and they expected
will be counted In \ : high, tbe Board decided not to accept
of
KUilmmee .. present as the morning: session -
annual at
to present thejr' reports ,
the pity olass In less than a year'* "' i Mr. Gordon's proposition! : : open for
the next meeting your "
time, for every citizen has naught thebooster. The Board then adjourned to meet I KUsimmee, FIa..Tanuary4th. Registration Offloer. C. W. Grub S
.'* fever and the many !good on-the 2Sth Instant. I To theUonorableChalrman and Board being present with tbe registration :;

..hlnllS said by those who made addresses s 1 i of Commissioners of .Osoeola books- theboard proceeded tct: select 1 '; .
Indicate thatnothlnn- short of I' Coutrty Fla'< from among the regular voters 291 Inspection . 'e ,

five thousand population for this town COUNTY GIVES' $250.00Provided 1 II GentlemenVourcoromtttee, names of those qualified and eligibleto ,

by 1911 will be .aUsfact. r,. ed to examine the marl bed located on be jurors, and turned them over to --

The success of this meeting-will ceftalnly i the John Gordon lands\ west ot Reedy'coreek the clerk to be: put in tbe. jury.boi.ia J '

occasion many more of Ha"" kind the Board-of-Trade ...sab In this' county beg/ to report pursuance of the general statutes. S

--daring 'the year for already some i that after careful examination in our Tbe following payroll for roadwork d
members have declared themselves as scribes a Lit e Amount. j opinion the price asked Is excessive was examined' and approved : Is
the ladles .attending least '! for the amount of marl on tbe fouracres. KATE
favoring The.Coucty: Commissioners have appropriated It will than Q. W. Aihton> 18 dare at lt.(0 $46 110 .
I not average! more
while others I
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once a month expressthemselves John Rail .Ia.t 1.6O lit 110 ,
. the of 250, provided
as favoring the fair sex: being sum two feet thick, according to our tests In Karlr Warren- .'* .t tM 111 Z\ -.
hand at each session of file the Board of Trade ubscrlbes a like I I I boring frame, and would only be auflt- Marlon Warren 2'l" .t l.bI et 00 ,
on amount, to be used advertising the cient to build about eight" miles of road Hardy; Tntnblln 1.1 :: :: :1.25 : 2J
it meeting
big
Board. Anyhow was a : trite I'I I rom Bradley IX I as 2s .
of town
meeting and much !good willresult resources and possibilities '" six Inches thick and sixteen feet'wide.Besides Arthur' Warren It :: 22 AOR '
a huge :: It S
and
It county. there la considerable oyer- I 1 81 '
community from
out I t I
to lellfl'leraon .
two 1 2
I "at his
The Commlsslrfners appointed Cha -
removed .reach the
burden to be to
the meeting -
Dooegan opened ) 00
President...t 7.40, and after the roll was called men number to act from In the conjunction Board of with Trade a like to'I]'I I marl.! Respectfully submitted '- Oeo Two trip.01'1(1 l Orlando! : Y 4W ; I .

and the minutes read and approved, devise the best manner Itrwlrich this ;!1,I .*. J.W.W.TOLJVKR S. HARWICH, T9U1 I 25H 70 .
eeoretarpresendhd the communications I
the received the past two weeks. money) could be expended. President I!.'!! Committee. The clerk having made a reportt.h.t.. _ _ w w w w w roVVvvvvvw/vvVVVVV a
several from aITerent! advertising Uonegan has appointed on the part of The following bills were .exani load he had notified! the owners of the landalong 'II

There were agencies tendering their services the Board Mel6lirll. H. C. Stanford and ''|I and warrants ordered drawn: the line of the proposed new Ft.. - --- '

B. C. Miller, and these gentlemen will' and there being DO I ... ........... ... '
to aid ua In properly placing the I IaJivanta.lIes begin soliciting subscriptions Kitufmmo Telephone Co.-rent phone )Ix :1 1 Pierce road protests aaa D.ark .... 8ea .ellnlnttAtfBetik>tlet8eM. Af
of our toand, county I ut once -t''np.. "'ynow.l..g.1 wirrlnM 120 M tiled after due notice was given T ,
:
I from the ClM/.t rtn. 1 W aDd mileage 13: 00 N +
R Godwin com
which referred by publication;
,h-. before tho public were The system of advertising inaugurated .Tno K Hroneon. com and mileage ?. 40. ,
therefore, tha the following !
liesolveu
to committee on advertising. The bv the Board of Trade the past fall J .H Strfttton. com and mileage rt IK Spring Fertilizing:: .
"Ad. Club"; of Jacksonville sent Its K D DrUnrera aal janitor I 1'1 MlK : road be hereby established as a {
has done more to place this section before
of thin I. U' kilork unit Auditor -17 CO public road: Beginning at a point 6OO ,
greetings on the occasion onen ll than all previous efforts find mU ... tt 4 00
world J M '- Uf'fnr < |[ '
meeting, wishing the Hoard a .full along that line, but the work has Am Axrl < hem C... vrtlllu-r( and fit :a t.7. 47 yards west H degrees south of the ..If Be on time. Give your trees a good start this. 11'1'101/: v4q
measure of success which was prderedreplied J \VilllaniH., hauling tertlliior 11 V)I iiiile post on the west line of half-I .. Help them to throw off the egg-laden leaves that will soon tor
only just begun and as it requires H it W B Oraw 1:0.: ollli-e\ supplies .P V7W 35 S. 11 34 K. same being In
to with thanks and wishes for farm frfl IN) Tp. felt the whole tree. Give your\' tree food that It may work for .i'' 't4
considerable to carry on a systematic O Bnmsou aiipl poor cr aHp4r
money road thence east !8
the club's\ prosperitv. I campaign of advertising, our W R.lohnstou..iii; l county: J JiulK I :MS (NI ter of the present you. Cents now no site dollars later on. Note our three distinct .
OHAM>la Abulract Ca wear* n and prt'itnr- degrees north to said balf-mile stake, formulas. .
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For the committee on actoriei r. people should give liberally to these IIIH lIoll e. H: (Ml' thence east one mile to ball:ml16 post
1<;. A. Niemeyer reported that the com gentlemen! when they call soliciting .. Kfeo Plant. llchU jail 17 4O line of said section, thence "
... on east SPECIAL MIXTURE NO. I
d (110)
JDittee. "' ''8 carefully considering all subscriptions.! 4)ther towns in the Jack Sullivan. 1 ..Ullll ruffiMMil' thence east 221 degrees t'
!15 east 110 yards;
K Lesley, exprenv-and tulnfrrain '
(I.
mutters that had been placed in its Htate are spending ihvtiiundH of do'llars ) K D !'rllla,,'". oue klrand wood 175 uorLh 2,800 vards to north line of section PERUVIAN ORANGE- TREE GROWER

hands, and would be In position by dm "to advertising, anti if. the citizensof W A (;.. (Co, Idmlier 761 t4: thence east'; 1,800! yards, thence SEMINOLE TREE GROWER

'next iiinetinjf to report something accomplished I Kisslmmee wish| | their town kept in I. W. ovvralnet', rtmd lumber pay.roll ;a.w 23 24 75 east 15 degrees north 000 yard* and 4 I 1
Lumber (
that would redound'totherood the list of progressive Florida towns," Kl i 0. i We want to send you our booklets especially the two
r\\' Miller hay II I 'ml thence east 8 degrees south 1UOO V arcls : .
I.
of this community.For they must pay for the privilege Meter K Ox. mdmi |..."|..r r X 2 (MjKlHH to a polflt.4.1 yards north of the / uth- uew citrus leaflets'that .re.-the best writings ever published ,
committee Mr. \\ateotinrkhvrcpfilr roaii-outflt Ii 44 ,
the
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the advertising on subject >

S..1 Triplet reported that the County THE V. I. S. IN SESSION C W I K&Prevail.CHiro Co..11"mdHO....
Commissioners had been induced to i 1 Mr.M IVGIlbert. carts aatreu 47 Ml( be :'M feet wide, 15 feet on each side ofsaid : "Sprlrg. -Tlw. With CltrM T....." 'Die-Back.ca.... and Tr.at- i "
renew county's 's subscription of two C L Bandy, eo the Valley Gazette' Hot K.uliimou, rt-imlr brlilKen 1 .V] described route. ..." "Irlfili Potato**," Florida !StrawbarrUs! ," "Ideal .
hundred copies of !'Many- Good Suggestions Made to Owen T."le.. repair Keel,. c-k brldRo t 1 ivt The following Hasslnircr pay roll Fertilizer." etc. ..
had
also that 1t
for three months, H C Harrvll. ma\ work 4 87
caused to be printed one thousand ( i KWIlllamH, food bill . 1.6 41KIN was approved: tQ Call Local WATERS &-C ARSON J GROCERY
Authorities. on our Agent -
and
City lounty . Co. \ pulled off I'l ghornro SA ;
of bulletin entitled l -'Why | I nnbvr 'up" W K Raulvraou, lumber ... I 8 -
copies a il !If 70 1&IHulme.ltrmber! .....-. 4 Oil COMPANY address 'J x
They Are HereThe committee recommended At the I last meetinlC .of the Village H (;( lldw Co. riMU atipnlim I li 4OH JF.Alderman.ICdays'work.L.with team. j() (III or i
that an appropriation of Improvement Society a number of C t Hdw t'-P, eurinu oil ! made for Its use, which was the J W Oliver Kurveviujf .. ... 10 '"I F K!: Collier, 14'!,'.diiyn' work. .. IN 12 Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Company
925 be searchlights were thrown on town W H Harwell. liuperUnic wart beds.. .. 5 M* Dull Boatwrlijlit, 14\id'M'\ work. . 11 412 : I
J"T i' dom- without dissenting vole.Kir. [canvas, resulting'*' In an expose of a <' F I'rovait. e..J..1I .. '. I 12 HOi Norman Moclmltniui,4 dayi' work .. 6110( .
\ Tr-lolett for the special committee number of objectionable features to theclty'a i 1:!t>iith Florid Foundry and Mscbiue.Wprkallhe l'harlesCSmpbell III!U day*' work. .. .. IS tIJd..eD.vlala' '', JACKSONVILLEFLQ9iDA' k vw
.with..Lhe..C1t.Y. H-- l nhMv&whewl :. : If SO i days. work..;. .... .. ,. 14 H7 h. ,
appointed t.Q confer, beauty-tilea'nlliiess alldbell.1Lh- .... . .. .. .1 M5
J.1j ane. repain nMid ouiflt. chandler DUdayi* work. ........, 4 87
-- Council: : "1.tl"eto requiring the citizens ;{ t ii-lnoaii... ... JbOyerstrectocmml..luou/ se tax.MeNHor. > .._ . Perry Wm"rRaxeUer'dIY., wo.It.'H._. 8 7.1 -----y.. ._ qrr- ---- Yr'0rpt4t'eyrrIM111'Va '.
r 1 generally to keep their oreroises ;The members of the V. I, s, have -< r..: l> .l. *oo ii* W W Chandler Work on brldlI..'. i ov .
; ; :: .
i teedmule..51 -
In more cleanly and healthy condition within the 'few Waters .. Canvnllro Co. (5 Koch' Ueunelt. 1 day'e work: .n..... .. I'K .
a accomplished much past E It l..."ley. recMtng.nil canoellatlon.. 74 (Kl vNMNNVr/N'N'WP'
I reported!' that it had performed- months for the improvement of Kis- Noah lleuiintt rout work: ,..<../...1.. t '" There being DO further ,bueloe&g the "": 1r' '

'..: it its duty, and, had received assurances stmmee and they fee! vety !grateful tb W 1\1 tlakfuMinCo ; palls, e.. ..........!:/,.. .-3 2L 65 laKliHlmmea board adjourned. ?

:(' '. .> ..that the Hoard's request. would be end the officers of the\ town and county'tor. C F Prevatt.alley IBM Ouetu.. printing: '.n. a 80 -. School
acted Into law. the liberal\ aupport received from these \V I] lobll."" ", court cOHta. . - 11 71 I SuppalesAND '
't .President Doneitan reported that tbe bodies, but they realize: there js yet C B Knblnion court atenographer 7 HOC Kisslotmee" Pla., January. 5. 1000. .}
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County donuniasloners appropriated -I much to do In order that Klsslmmee F Prevaft. oonimle I .ion. . let 6 H4 4OR The new board of County Commissioners : -
C F Crevatt fend pr1nou r'
I the sum of *2GO, with the provisothat may keep pace wIt:: her sister cities of A n.r\4w.fweta Atate TB C.JOD'BK 1 tJ: \ In and for Osceola county mettoday ,.
the Hoard "of t Trade subscribe alike i the state C F freratt, c..18lall term circuit! oonrt 33 "MVO for the purpose of organization TABLETSEXAMINATION v
for the of, further F Prevatt, coots Stele vs C Jone. i.U M> and transacting what business might .
amount, purpose
The ladies have resolved 1 that some E 1. Lesley. court aorta ... S* fe> \
before them there being present
The come
advertising this section. motion there- services and feea .. . .47 76
and C K Prevail.
4 prevailed that committee be ap- eye sores must be removed C F i'rev.tt.ervlees and feel .. 37 (fti }:-t.. Le.ley. 1<;. L, D. Overstreet t J.
r solicit that sum from the fore beg to call the attention of the F .........U. .el'.IcellJam. war en. 00( oe S. Stratton, Elmer Buss and J. II. -
pointed to Upon public to the condition of the alleys J .. Moon Ml aud t..... 78 8.1 Walker. Upon'motion of J. S. Stratton ", TABLETS .
citizens of the city and county. mad work: 26 2* ,
have J B Alderman
lots that .
this question Mr. Stanford made a and vacant weeds and grown used for up I J T Alderman;road work. 17 W seconded by E.' L. D. Overstreet. MADE ESPECIALLY: FOR .. <' a
with noxious are .*. . 18 12 elected '
sensible speech, F E Collier E. L. Lesley was teDlJ>Ol'arJ'ch.lrm.n. '
shprt but exceedingly dumping grounds for tin cans and 1> Boatwrtfht, oa'dOrk.. .. .... )S 1-2 OSCEOLA HIGH SCHOOL.. '+, lw' '
explaining to the audience theadvant' other and further. that Norman MoClinltban, road work.. "., . 'S m .
garbage, say
... . The being called to order '.
ages that would accrue from this uction. ChutamIb.1I. road work. .. 1& 62 meeting .
"i the ordlnaQ08 ID regard to such violaLlon8 ... ..' "
.1' 62
Luther Davla. road work upon motion bf J.: S. St.-sUoa. tec- '-
of the la* will hereafter be strictly ; Je.ahDavl. road work. 1657PerrAOkletIhr1 onded bv.E.-L. D..Overltreet. EtL-
+ Mr. Triplett proposed a plan looking enforcedMany J roadwork 4 ST
-. the Wilbur Ha.e e/. road work S 7S Lesley was elected permanent Chairman
\.1 to toe giving of work by town city ,complaints are being: made on W W Ohandler, repair bridge. .. .. ,. I to of the board.. Kissimmee( Dru {
to worthy men who come to our Company
of that -
unsightly his
. '.". without means for period of three the tion of Broadway appearance in thesame block"por J. W. Oliver filed his report of last the I Elmer as cattle Bass inspector presented of cauledl resignation. g
professionaltramps eanal
days/ and eliminating the the survey of tbe proposed .
the postoftice and near poolroom
with trlct No. 4. Same was accepted. t
refusing to assist which read as follows", :
cltlzep meeting
J11 )I by every atid barber abop. .Another men MI'. K. B. Mllam, representing the :
with .
them. The proposition met To the' Honorable Court -of County ..
'p. and with only ace to the beauty of the town a* well Commissioners of Osceola County Champion Bridge Co., of Wilmington : "
: much favor passed va as to the health Is condition of the 'i Ohio appeared before the board and _, T 5 ry.btlN.NNwwNwwwwNa. ry.
of Florida.In .
Slate
dissenting vote. Messrs. Stanford ditches. The ladles therefore with to : lostruc-] called their attention to the plan of a ..NMwawawwwaawweaawwMwN.N.wwU, ,
delegatedto accordance with
Triplett and Niameyer were call the attention of the, City Council your wblcb he had drawn see.bra .
steel bridge _
present the same to the Cltv. Council to the ditch crossing Broadway at the lions to me at your last term I submitto ) months before and filed with the i WHAT IT. MEANS . I

at Its next session/ Park Hotel and Maklnson block also you the following report: board which at that time bad Informed I do not koowwhat lIt'. (. IM tb.' bsi' '
Rivers made few pertinent I find that the fat from .Lake Hart Many people a Be CaPital or dlfforapo* . rf
s very
Dr. the making' ofsidewalks.and the ditch near the bank. And la order to East Lake Tohopekallga Is only him that it would again take the I 'w* a bank of little or oo capital! and e...WI'" a tarp oapU.I., ,f-\ I
anent
remarks
that the county officers should not feel matter up about this time. Superintendent = > A PANK'8 CAPITAL AND 8DKPLVS. ; t
It Is possible that be 20100 of one foot or so slight that as .
much Improvement slighted believing that harmonious to be hardly perceptible as the distance of.roads having called attention I .dthefendthu4wolaMnthedapaltoretrots Ion;"' ....tore ttl*Iar.....II U.the ., .
fore many moons will result in everybody's b.... bank baa ,
worklpg tbe to the fact that the Shingle Creek proUoUon Ibe depodtos Thin a _. ,
'On
along/ that line will be "noticed tn our good respectfully ask tb.L-our County -_ Is a little over a mile. bridge was In need of repairs ..lId1'Ould' Capital or ..... . .. .. ..... .. : .... -,.....:. ...aioooon.urples t
town. .> lend hand other hand the fall northeastwardfrom I..r $ nod 0. .. .. .... .,.. . 1S.OOO OO ,,
helping the '
Commissioners a rebuilt
have be la '
part
made of tbe beet Hart at a distance five miles Isabout to Stockholder'liability .: .: .: .:: : ..,,. Mr. Stanford one towards a better drainage of the big the natural board after discuss ing and examining xA ?
speeches delivered before a KlaI the outskirts of the ten feet; Thereupon; .. .. .. . ....... . to. RThis
ever ditches on from'Lake Hart is northeastward the plans on file and after having cut I total of. i .M; ,. .. . .1114,000 OtJ' sass ,
a'' A I slmroee audience, using for his theme I town thereby Improving the appearance overflow and not; towards Lake. Tohokallea. down and modified them, deeming It I meaiu.that w. ....t lose I1SOOO.OO before our. 4apoallON.1d los*> a ik

"get together" which, brought forth of the approach! to our city>> "Ddlowrlnlt' .. to the best Intest of the count*_and; themost //I/ sent Thta protection lor YOU." J <, JljfSTATE''BANKOF

long and earnest applause, and wellt.r agreat healthier conditions.For economical upon motion duly ;\i' "'
the I
do think the plan drain
I not to
,
way toward infusing new life and the benefit of those who are not; from Lake UarUandLake A i seconded which motion carried entered : KISSIMMEE '

::1 enthusiasm Into everyone who was- so Informed 0,11'the ordinances of Klasim- : water Into Lake Tobo etwUlKa Is feasibleh Into a-contract with the CbaniIplon I' ---o'+, ..... r.'' .1t''
\ fortunate as to hear him. the following Is appended:. build .t __'MM&C. ,. : ..
mee, Respectfully ttedltbisJanuary ,Steel Bridge: Co. too.- a I t.Oellt7At" a,'. ,
'! Mr. tbe orator of tbe Doard.delh'ered OrdinanceofTewnof K....: .... "
:j Sears "Sec. 66. bridge 74 feet 10nJL..b..ln1. ten joQt -- '
f one-' Of his master talks 011i 1slmmea.CUy.It.shall..be the datyofthe i b.J909$,.; _.. ..County..TJY..QIdXJR'-Surveyor_ Clearing roadway to-:Vo coo.irjlcc.edIII'accord.nce : f/ d-A 0tt$0N--Preildent 10Uf't'I.Ki- !: ; rVloaPrealdent_ 111...B.rG..blse'cujuio.xa .' pC

KIssTmmee ennd9i.poeelblllUesBedwelt marshal to make semi-monthly examinations The of the committee that It wlti the plans and specifications ... te10If0 !
report .___ ____
the tnanlfold and
at length opportunities of the lots yards-of the
upon fled with the board for
I and fur'ther
this section offered and the citizens, and if anything be found Is not action leallble.wa.lame accepted was postponed, lo sum ot740 to be paid on the 16th day. .- .. -.- --.-.

i gale In detail the advantages accruing offensive, to orderr at once the removal on .' Of April,-1908.Messrs 1f $10$101 i

to the citizens from the city owning thereof; failure to comply f said deBnltely. Collector
and operating tbe electric light plant,, owner shall be fined not exceeding: 950 Tax of and insolverfcv Bandy and. and J, M Gardner a committee from A. CABSON., -.. i..A.;CKAKrORO. L Le T.OPI'liR:; w. 'I'I'reeIdeet.

and Impressed upon his hearers the lor be Imprisoned not. exceeding thirty ,report the clerk was errors instructed to place to, his the Board of Trade appealed before Vtee-Preeident.. sestan.. ,
( necessity of bouse being lightedby I ". asked for continuation ; w
every days. credit Jibe following amounts- In the the board and a .#
. electricity If .they would still fur i With reference tq papers; orange 'folio wion funds: for three months of the subscription M 5j: r

ther.jdvanoethecity'e Interests. Mr. I', peelings, trash, etc., section 71 says: t-4 .* of 200 names to 'the Valley Gazette -

1" Sears's speech was most enthusiastically ! "No person shall/deposit,/ on any of Head Revenue and tuna.. :.. .t' fcl 41S1 '' which papers will be scatteredbroadcastthroughout KISSI MEE LUMBER -30{ :
i applauded and was such as to the streets or sidewalks or lots within . ....u .-.c list tte E.nand- ..

:;L awake tba-veriest- .slugpard-io-aeUoo-f the business portion or the towns i' SESWY ; .-... -.......-..-.......... 81 10 West, Messrs. Triplet Meek. and .: sFr
The next speaker was Mr. J. M. atay.sweepings of stores dwellings offices . Gardner in their- addresses to the
Gardner, who gave a brief history of or any paper peelings or wastIngs ttftSsr--:: : : : . ".-: :: :: :: 10 S board called its attention to tbe great

'. the birth of the Board of Trade and of any kind, etc. Any.person violating Polls . : : . . . ....1100 It'ood-the great amount of advertisingthat "

.: told of the wonderful amount of good the provisions\ of this section These amounts balanced his 1907 tai they alreadj '!had received at asmall and 'Dressed

., that bad resulted to our town since its Shall upon conviction, 'be fined not roll.account. expense and the board having Rough iM

j r organization. exceeding for each offense" Tax Collector's report showed, the eonsIdered this an economical; as well

1 Hon. C. A:" Carson was called on It bet been suggested that the ladies following amounts to be collected out as'an efficient, method .of adver .

. '.* made one of his usual pointed and Society be ascrib- ttstogour motion duly -
'fid. of the Improvement standing on the. rolls of 1908: county, upon Pine Lumbler.

fnalble speeches, taking for his subsct I ed. certain streets, and from time to R.v.nw, ...... ..... ..:. .. 7s seconded, which motion carried ap- .... '"
the necessity of a competing line I time make Inspection of yards and Iota County acfceol ...,-,,_,>,r .rA-\-\ --t1M 7s proprtatedWtrfonhlarpufposar'Col. t ...-.. r '
: of Urosd'forbullding-up this.section and report ..ametomarshal whose duty County..... .(1 ., 8SHS f6 Yancy, representing theT mpa ... -- ., V *
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also thai our water route shouldbe the ordinances 00uDtFu.I. / : 8 US OS Fair before the
It shall be to enforce Fine and Forfeiture fund 284 J 81 Association appeared J. y'M t
put to such condition thai navigation of the city. J V. I, 8. &g. D.No,3....... ., 12 7BBDNaS board and urged it to Drake an appropriation ? ,
should .be made permanent. He .,. e7bet for all exhibit at the Tampa : BILL'S A't---.SPECIALTY ,
hid'great stress upon the necessity of The roof la now being put. on the .D No.,_..____. ........ .C1$47MessrLBlgbamk ? ..err ., flouse : :,: _ .. _

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j JAPA1FS: [' ARE ANGRXBy : Commit. TO DEFIKE COnONI; OODS. R ERr OF CHAOS! ,CHARGED- WITH fillET- itfiCE7ik CAMPAIGN ." Lh.NENTES.'V'V -r'_ .

** -Named by of .At- V
Scrtary Senator rail..... of South Carolina. Re ,. C.laL. .
,
u: Legislation Threatened culture' Wiltoa. Condition 'Greatly Improved infrWrecked plies to Presides R.N.y.1i. .Blocked By* Jealousies.'Between Fan. las 'to
: decldeC recolment.
H by California Washington, D. C.:-As expert toesta.bU.h Washington .D.: C.-By cSlr.cUon.C" In '
V applc.lon
tbe nine official of Agricultural o
grades Italian Province Colleges.AGRICULTlJRJJILLJf .
death sentence
: : President Roosevelt the secret service t ",
CHEAT SURPHISi: EXPRESSED cotton which'congress directed to.be. shadowed Senator Tlllman i/t Elor-t.are being/ made by the Fenn.r '

,.. ::_ prepared.Wilson has" Secretary announced of lie Agf appointment culture SEISMIC SHOCKS' CONTINUE ; South Carolina on Ole theory that be [ PERIL child Labor-association &

possibly was-Interested In Oregon enthuse lGa
I Tfca Bills Shot Id of aa theesldentt of tbe
Bo Puttied Just after a half doeen. Business .
.act"aa..a men But the SurrlTor! ,* Are Aecustomwl' te Viand eta.b""aOd the result of t.hat. Differences Between Two Factions! Are state spirit of fight It ". V (
n "Hearty to committee; to meet IuyaHblngton I 'lbe
Welcome in J.p"ia'f V Jan-Americaa Relief Ships Investigation. Is now before the sen Not Settled a Smaller* Appropria-m' Is ma.kTog for the of. th*
on February 1.' . abUUoB'
'
: 'ViiJ2i.! '. "- --:; ate. "child labor eMl' ,Goveru4
.
_TUecommittee follows: J."Al"Arty: | .H.,.Arrived. > President i 'R ie""etf'm- ':--"publlqthe tlgtt.WUI Proba7.R.aul. .0r"Stuartio4oforpennylysnIaln.. '..- ;
!t rold of NeWOrlaana' Joseph Akers ot "
Japan. Atlanta
-Following the receipt
F.: W.Camp of Memphis. John Messina,. Italy.-Balmy weather has details of an..!Investigation the, Washington D. CXJealousles l between 1909 what Governor Odcll did for the-
of special :cable, dlspat giea from Martin of Paris, Texas 'George. W. i! prevailed for tbe past two or three i, postottce inspectors an4.;. .ecr t .service the agricultural) colleges, ek state of New York In 1903.' '

?3( : Ban Francisco relating to 'Waiter* Neville'of New York City; Lewis W._ days :At this place, and It I Is. a greatblessing : : Agenls of Senator Tlllman's connection perlment stations and scientists other' The German government Is .about

.t now pending: before the California Parker of Greenville 8. C.. all members making It possible for the( ; with an alleged "land crab'1In'Oregon. wise attached on tbe one hand and to farm out for a series ot years th* ,.
.J .leglfiliiture., Japanese nowpaptts at I' of widely known cotton firms. troops and survivors( of the eartu- .'VAs -,- the department of agriculture on tuo right to mine diamonds -ahjnrJ-n

4 ,tbla place elaborate upon (11.o attained Nearly all the Important cotton ex. quake! to live more or less7. comfortably he presentsthe evidence to other have come to the attention of right of way of railway In the

i4 relation that may his through th. changes In this country and Europo In the open. Occasionally there ,. Senator Hale In response to Ihe lat- tie house committee on agricultureo South African & tie ot German -Influ

t . toasiace ot billa ami the enactment of I hare .rhave-contrlbuUid.JJielcBlahti are earth shocks, but the people have ter's request to the heads of the various forcibly during; the hearings bu, ence. The diamonds are small

law* Forbidding} me owner..ntnni1ii rand of cost- for the use of the' eiperls: in :,jbecome accustomed/ to them. -Two executive -department for .a ing held on_the agrlcuUvral a.pproprlr ot quality, and
-the attendance of public school : severe shocks brought down atlon bill chat Its effect will in allprobability goo
establishing, the grades The .growers many statement of the operations of Jhe .The national child labor committee
by Japanese rc- Ldenls ,-of the state! : manufacturers and exchange. jioken Walls in Meftslna. secret service: the president Undertakes be felt In no unccrtanrway is sending a request to clergymoo. '
A majority of tbe tho General Mazna on the.
papers assume who Is in supreme to show finished bill.
late\ all cordially aslssted In : throughout tbe observe .
many country to
passage of the bills as a probability"'' command has adopted stringent measures "That Mr. Tillznaa used his influence At the beginning of the hearing
aualnab-Hietn ",'ay.. V in order Sunday,. Ja'nuury 24, as ,child labo.
and proloKl aa au In jus- The cotton cf the following to protect the people as a aenator 111.an effort to Secretary) Wilson of the department day. -
tlce to the Japanese now living; In exchanges and the people's property. In additionto force the to compel cf agriculture called the attention of VAn
: California. ? .cities have contributed copies. establishing a police\ service around railroad government a the committee to tbel d Ufcul Ill time official report gives the value oC .

Tbn AKuhi. the JIJl, and the !NlchlNlcbl : of their Klandaid: Auguata and 'Macon lesion tbe .city, he has issued orders that of
i express surprise at whin 'l 18 Ga.; Bremen. Germany, Chat any% -person found excavating: without of he jealousies of outside cientBi) Kingdom for 1907' B .65.000.000. aa
tel med an evidence ot unfi loud linens' S. C.; Chailotte ti.'. C.i Calves- a permit will ,be shot. States Ip oider that he and his "Wo have an association that 1* Increase of $13.000.000 .106.

after the alneer. effort un .iui>an .. ton and l laco, Texas; Littlt. Hock General Mania's command extendsto family and bIB secretary J. I). Knight known as tbe Association of American The Southern Pacific .Railroad i

part 1.0'prove lier. friendship; tow aril Atk; Liverpool add Manchester ling- both aides of the ..tra4La. In an. In- might profit through purchases'of theland gt's and Expi-r- company is to build an air line from-
..-, laud Memphis: Tenn. Mobile Ala.; ; that the senator used ,his government Agrlctilurdl'Cjl I
the peopfff-of the United Smien ; ; tervlew he sold that some semblanceof the secre Denlson, Texas, through Topeka. j
The situation l Is seriousl :New Orleans La.ew; York City order was at last being re-estab franking privileges in numerous tary. Kans. to Lincoln Neb. "connecting 'fd

4 rassing to AmeilcansfmsMiiiK ) and 'Vlcksburg.! MissMtiIII / lished. The work Is now systematized :- Instances" foijftthe conduct ot '"Fberesre a few of these men Who wih the present main lin.eat Central

pan,, and especially BO aa I tbo enthar'l ( I HlDlK fiUIL1Y and the situation' he .believes Is. private business.. are perpetually jealous of what we The new line Is to cut
The of Tlllman exp'ctec
language Senator In
well In hand.
follow >o closuly the creation are doing. To Illustrate this very out Kansas City a house-
exbellent feeling through the visit of Six Men Sentenced to Hang -Two The oltlclal death list has been placed ,denouncing the St. Paul and Paclnc point they *re always raising committees -! for Nebraska and a Kansas grain. ..ndwi

the Atlantic fleet(,. the American coin I Others Given Twenty Years. at 164,000. Hm-ber syndicate of l>Portland Ore., Jo cumiVeaimd toll us what they I give the Harrlman- system two

1 mh'lfon' to tho Japanese expoKltlcm Union City, Tcnn.-Six night riders The United States supply nhlpHYuukloii I on February 19 of last 'ear. Is said think "we ought to do and how much! fron the Pacific coast to the '

and the excursion oC bnnliuba nun! I were found guilty-.of murder In the and Culgoa! have .arrived and 1 to have been responsible) the ref. of the work' ought to. be left to them. Gulf of Mexico.'V

from the cities of Hip Pacific\ cnadl.: (lint di'greoltli iiilllKiUtiijf clrcum- distributing the cargoes of provisions erence In the president's reply alono" V That the
fight of the doctorsof
The foreign office is c-mleavprlnjj i-taiicoti. They are Giinolt Johnson they carried That Presldept( Roosevelt\ dislikes Jlie xecu'tve committee of th
"to convince the i>iottt. ..lli K m-wspnpeiu I Ted Durton Boy Hanson. Fred lllnKn The United States balllechlpa Connecticut Tillman Is no secret. That Senate mo JsolaUoa refined to by Sec find all others. v1io--profe&a--toheaL ,_
that the action of lie I Californias\ Kansas Minnesota and. Vei Tillman detests President Roosevelt retaryIlHon had Us
I AI I lair Clear aij'l' "Sam Apple- Innlnl. Among \ hunt medicine will be renewed
is lature does not I ('I'r.1| I MIKIBI I'\\1111(', mont, under Hear Admiral Sperry. the is equally/ --well known Several times those present was Dr. 1.! Whim \lsoiouslv tills bout become

." American ficiitimunt lull tho j"iili'l' 'u. Hud :Moujs ni.il Bob Hoffman th ) Oininander of the Atlantic Heft have Tlllman has bitterly attacked Kooseelt of Athens Gt*. jiaipnt with )611 at the ap-

lions continueto'ho t t t't riniy\ l j i"',*si. oilier defendants were found l guilty arrived at !Naples.: . \ on the floor of the senate. .. 'I he commlttopmcn paid In substance Massachusetts Sipearnree the ,an

mimicin l their tout.*. III'il Botnc nf Iliuedltoilals of murder In' Ihe second degree and -- - -- --- Declaring wJ.tb vigor l that he had that the value of the Boll sin, ,
null report) of the state board of rcgIstiatlon -
of I the opposition 1'1' (--H. I Id-- Ilietr, punishment fIxed at Iwentyni 12,470,226 BALES GINNED. told no falsehood and broken no law, vejs of the bUl'eul of poll of I the department In medicine V
cominglrileiii. HI. I'fllI.l I eflII'CIU,|' il:; Senator Tlllman. In the 8'nale repliedto of agriculture, work oei'.
I In the I
\ penitentiaryIn
to Inflanio ifopulir ."1,11111,11, laud ,>,,,1. The Census Bureau Reports on the the attack of the president In con- !iou litre has boon iniiih .John T. Mllllken.he( millionaire-

onal ham'',''.... the ("x"ldll"i of A'meil I- I d"claic, passing d that he)lun\t'nce could\ H'e0 Judge mltlgat-Jonas Cotton Crop. nei'llonlth the senator. negotiations : In ('01jre8s. was mosBly oxaceerii clIIJU.l' h'ol, h..jn.law of Albert T. Patrick.hOW .
In Washington. D. -The census bu-I for the cd." serving a life sentence In
can Influence Jnjun for many purchase of certain wes' l by hut by Bins
the 1almeI8.
: ,.*".. |I"n I (; clrcunibtiincrB, mentioned by reau reported 12.470,226. running tern lands. oindnls. of tire drpartinenl ItKelfKuithernxore Sinn pi'Uon. New York. for the
years. t s jurIn the leturii (it the \c-rdlcl and of cotton ginned the of I I Inn, of
fiqm
growth M Rice
: Mr Tillmnn ,
asserted that the piesdrill's lr Alonzo D. Molvln, Milionairellal
the for the
19th
-T i Pehiuary as day
SOlTH\fVulr7CAsTW 190S to January 1 last against 9951O1 animus chief' "I Ija-. what Is.
) V j( accunallon was due to of Ihe of animal IndUH"tiv ,
t in ion of the six firSt named de 1lral
.. alila.I V : ; a year ago! and 27.380 ginneries 1 1I based Upon personal rnallce and ha I has ( ( committee i that 1-/01 I eel to he a dpal h.f""d confession

Messengers Are Chosen Carry Election I operated against 7,276 a sear necr ; trod anij a desire to get icvenge on owing to the atlltiule, of local oftUlal3 I hI \'II't. Dhailes V Jones, leoent-
I lot the first l lime In six month
Results to Washington.Atlanta The percentage of I the whole crop gin Hen Tlllman" I In Norm Georgia and I the! ( I owners lag I the confession which convicted
Cja.-Tin.- 1''('Kidemlul, plPI'l 'i n on (fit)' and Obloii oounly bic atbesfiocH. ( lied to Jinuary I l Is 90 per cent for 1 The South Carolinian told In detail 1 there. lie wouldlrohally'ltle be-com Patrick of murder nnd gained freedom -

lorn \fho ,,'.,I'e tuin'uahful In UPorRta V '. Tile prompt cOII\'lctlOll.ot I Ibo 19.! (' and' 0.4 per cent for 1908. T the whole Morv of lila attempt 10 'par- pelled to abandon I the campaignagainst for the \nlet
at the Novembei clc-I' ion incl III I th'o ..Ihl nun on tilal for night riding ,. The leport) Includes 231,821 ronnlmlos .
chase nine !quarter SL!<'\lions nfland .the rattle lick .In that state 111A,11,1111 Iota In'Uvecn Moham
senate cbaiubur. Mult CI\IItol.; In ton and niuiiKr' baR liad a reassuring! ef- "and 881)16) Kea Inland bales for I in Oregon nnd how cancelled, hlj \lieu quest 1lone cumernlni; I the Ot) 11'IIInl ald'H1ndus.I India have t taken

formanre wliii the statute., and bnlluted 'I fed iijiou' t the public and more opendentine 11108.II counts round bales as hnlf order and denounced 1 the ;>iro'moti"r8ns position lie Kaul the aioi-u a !OI't t-erlmm I inn nun In. requlrliiL' _'

tota piesldent and vice pHHldent -' bilious of the men and tlio I hales nnd excludes Hnteri. The cotton xwlndliTM; when h/e. Heard I they out of political) 1'f"nSOI nnlajonhll. I a'III'i lnler\entlon of British j
of the Lulled; SI nice, to succeed Lump] In heard on tbe streets than ginned to .January 1. 1907 and "
wore niiililnc Iml'rOI'ruc" of bid 'Much of (lie oppoHltlon. explained troops nt Tlnnliur, who fired upon j
Theodore Hooswvclt. on March 4Hi .vr before isno.) weie 11741.039 ales and 9.725 name lie denied that he had been Dr Mel\In. "came from poor '. the* Hindus mobIwenU .

William! Jennings Bryan of NebrabU I I FlbHTING( PROHIBITION. 426 bales respectively) The total crop) : guilty even of indiscretion! In the deal who had but one or twu cows, 1'(11.
and John \Voilh Kern of Indiana., rrspecilvelv -: of 1907 was 11,057S22 bales of which I not V \two years nfler leaving
,,11111:1.: and demanded the tallest/ In estigatlon want to he bothered by havtiiK to
received, the unanimous Memphis Business and Professional 92.7 per cent waR ginned to January of every phase of themIt keep them con They wanted Brockton :Mass: A poor man Albert J'
vote of tbe thirteen eli.ct.or8 for ures 1. The crops of 1906 and 1905 were I Tillman them to IP11 Moore 111' returned rich, to find that
." Men Hold Big Meeting. was noT the!: kind of run on commons, and
ident and vice pre'.lunt Clayton Hob I I Memphis. 1'elll1.-Memphis business 12.983201 bales and IO.49&.1Obales. speech the senate has been accustomed rather than have opposition the nu his wlr. ( IPlr.,1 a dloro. re- :
I respectively The bales Utah ned and Is will
eon was elected as messenger; to cur and professional men met in mass running bj to hear and had expected on this il.orltit-s failed to enforce their owimordinances" now n wlow.
states, ginned to 1 last an'l lR"P her to his California .
January new
\ ry Goersia's vote \\ashington.. meeting to protest against the pass- j occasion Tht'reI'aR little "plt'h.torklng" bom. I
Nuah\'llle. Tcnn.-The electors met I age of a prohibition law which will\ ginneries respectively., follow In It. flair once-dld he accuse Another line of-work In which 1 there V I

at tbe oapltol formally ran tanned th> Include Memphis In its operation. Alabama Dales Glnu the president! of falsehood\ Is a lack of cooperation between tire For his part In I the dispatching of

1. vote for prebldent finding (hat Llijnn I' Resolutions setting forth the great 1304.324 8,407 i Throughout the address the conser\!' state and the tdArl anjhOrlJJei came the irteamer Doldiiboro to Honduras I t

.- got twelve vofes of the ijjjte tor'Plb 'harm that such legislation would In- Florida Arkansas . .. . 1.911,123, 2.118 I( live touch of Senator Hacon, who aided U) the attention of .tile committee last apt fag with JSO.OOO worth of
,- . 66.SdS 2jo
Ident and Kern tbe samo tot vice flict Memphis and asking Instead In its preparation, was felt when Representative alklns of I oulaiuna Roods said to 1 have' been obtained nnder -
upon .
"
: president After twenty.Uiree ballot< for. local option regregatlou Kansas Ueorgla ,. . 1,9.33,956/ 4,453 | 10.8)>lle of this the audience which 'dressed It In behalf of au falne preten-os. AlbertV.. laley.

B. E Tatum was elet'tl mcuteng"r'' an<1 high license were adopted. Committees and New, Kentucky Mexico. 6 'packed the floors and gallarles!: via" I Increased al'II'o..IIU(n for ..demonstralion fnimei M-cntary and tVeauirer "
15 ibo announcement of tin' I 1,672 ,I,I rotlon to re- defunrt I
_ carry : were appointed to go to Louisiana ;. undoubtedly:( In sympathy with the Export Shipping company of
; Tola to Washington | 456.188 1,691 'speaker. V slit the boll weevil Me ilu bat l New York was sentenced to
I ; I'
"* ", Nashville Intime to appear before MlRPlssIppI . . 1.518.70J 3,465 | ______ /I. ely
JlU>ilnjond. V electo. I though the state appropriated flutes prison four .
".-'Ii'" Virginia norcy I years.V
the senate committee on liquor tiaf- ] Missouri. . . .. . 63,929 ?k 'I CALL tiN NATIONAL BANKS. for
ral college met, cast the vote (If the demonstration w'vrk. the tpderala'd -
state for Bryan and Kern ard sent 'lic and protest against Ihe- passage j South Carolina.. .1,176,743 3,2191| } elate officials did not coopeialu.CRITICISED. ;
of tbe blanket prohbilion measure i Tennesee----- 817,343 643 3 United States to Withdraw $25,000- \V.hinstod. :
I3r -- ---- .
to Mr.
the following telegram an"The
'.-. 'VlrInllelectors I iu elec.toial> and to secure the signatures of bus:- Texas ._ . . 3486.310 4,147 j 000 of Deposits In Banks. RMY The president has sent to the sertnte -

t. ,college, assembled with undluilnibhed Less organizations and leading cltl Virginia . . . '12,143 114 Washington. D. C.-The secretaryof I MANAfEMEI the nomination' of Colonel GeorgeII _

confidence in you and. tbo principles tons to a protest against the proposed -There were 179,694 round bales arc the treasury has announced a call AITeged Useless Exp.nditvr*_ Of Over ,, Terney to 11
you represent send their respectful Holladay bill. 73.42S sea Island bales for 'i908 and on the national. blink depositaries for I *'*-4aflPO In Horeran .Tests. !Seal. 1 corps.'l
the action of the Bus 255.566 round bales and
Following 54,275sea WasJ4flffrqiji .
greetings." approximately 25000.000 of DL -C-Sharp crjtlcl Rear Admiral Casper Coodrlsbhas .
Raleigh, N. C.-The electors of nest Men's Club. City Club Mer Island bales for 1907. The .dl trlby- ment deposits $15,000,000 to of the army and. .management Is been transfered to the retired
senate chants' Exchange and othejr, organlza lion of sea l Island cotton'for 1909 follows before being heard about 1he capitol Some V .
North Carolina met In the V on or January J3. ,
lions,. the city council went on rec : of the most pointed remarks have list.N.
chamber .and the twelve 'electoral the remainder be paid: on govern.//
,votes were cast for Bryan for president ord against state-wide prohibition" Florida .a.:: .. .. ., '.. ..'t} '...:. ..82.71'5Georgia fore February 10, .1909.. . been published in the official record J McArlhur, former rresldetit of t

and Keen for vice president. h.; .... .; .. .... . .41,037 Tni- can on national banks of the testimony taken before the "be Interstate Colon college; and an V
Lawless Act of President. South Carolina . . .. . expert cotton hai written
12,1k
;
Walter MurphV of Salisbury. electoi- return H__'_ to n the._ trf'A"Urv'of__ $__, ) house committee on military affairs 'letter to Secretary of .Wilson t
4 at-large, was elected as the messenger. Washington. D. Characterizing tiLLED l Is not made necessarj by any urgent In connection with the army appropriation Agrh"lure
25 MEN
the
IN ,
4 EXPLOSICN criticising propo ofa
the in directIng
Ihe action of president need of cash, the balance on hand and bill.

Montgomery Ala. The Alabama the attorney gefleral not to prosecute In the Famous Letter Colliery. at Du- available for all/ purposes being tuU1 It developed that $10.491 had. been I I commltlt.. establish acting a! new under standard his direc

electors met. declare the toto of the i the United States Steel Corpo- quoin, Illinois.Duquoln 29000.000 with the revenues allow expended for mileage In connection .
cotton grading Mr. ,
Me Arthur thinks
:, .tale case for Uryan and Kern. and ration for Its absorption of the Tennessee Illinois. A most UK: slight increases over' one year with the horsemanship teals ordered I attempt to reduce

4 chose E. R !Norman: of the nirmtnc-: Coal and Iron Company as disastrous It"s"explosion.. In ago. Uy the This m. noy, it wasexplained thirty II"t hI distinct .of abopt.
points cotton classlfioalon
and lawless oC l"ent. ,
ham Ledger staff messenger: to take another arbitrary act which twenty-five men lost their lives The secretary's desire to provide dls-bured In. order to to nine .
the vole to Washington In an address I the chief magistrate" Senator Culberson occurred In Joseph Letter's famous ample fnnds for treasury needs at th assemble Jhe officers on .what wan work grade designationswould .
a , great Injury to the cotton
of Texas Introduced :a resolution
of the administration
beglnrlng new
the chairman deemed
Emmett O'Neal course such
at proper ,
colliery Zeigler. A spark from a 8 at grower He shows that the pointsof
,cf the college said that the south In the senate Instructing the committee trolley pole of van.electric motor comIng Itout eight weeks hence I. believedto Fort Ethan Allen, In Vermont and. difference In any two xrsdsavouid

-' till looks to a democratic president on the judiciary to report at as In contact with a pocket of gas be the only purpose In making a Fort Myer. In Virginia. (thus' be Inrrea t'd. and that all I

ta and a return to tbe class of good government early a date as practicable whejtber. Is assigned. as the cause of the explo call at Ibis time. The banks are sale Chairman Hull 6f Jowa made a remark Intermediate half and
that democracy only can In the dpi n Ion of that committee. tho to be In condition to spare the cash that quarter gradesof
r slon. produced laughter, lie the
present standard would be virtually
." president was authorized to permit Leiter conducibd without any embarrassment and It It would <
-sjlvav Joseph personally : \ suggested ba well to have eliminated He assferts that
the
Columbia. 8. C.-A. short and formal such absorption. Mr. Culberson at the first .relief party that descendedInto la believed that rmost of them are the officer ride In schools with someone trover with cotton only the slightest i
.
cession of tho state board of considerable length criticised the the mine to recover tbe bodleti. quite willing to surrender a consk to watch them .he understood shade under any rlien classificationwould 4

() canvasser W.M held for the purpose president and Insisted that: congress The lone. survivor of the explosion erable share of the government hold that at tbe last ride at Fort Myer have It graded at the next low. ,

,t.;"> -, of.organizing: : and casting: the vote ot bad the right to give directions to ahead was an Italian youth who escaped un Ings. "some old colonel had to have a man er rrada point. r

Booth .Carolina for William J. Or van of an executive department un- harmed. '
MEW PAR.t RAPIlS. on each side of blm to see that be That -
Judge raft
and electing messenger to take tne der'certain conditions i Yhe bodies taken from the mine stayed on his horse." a 'tentlment of I he has ml.taken, the 1't
people
returns Washing-ton. in March T. y are badly burned and Identification in .
Cure lor Leprosy Found. Colonel of the and that he could not ,
Zanamltskychief expect politicalpreferment ;
to GIRL SLAIN IN FEUD FIGHT.
U. "Duller was elected messenger: difficult. Twenty-six: men entered the
take the returns to Washington. >> nolulu. U.waIL-Dr T. W. Way. mine on the night shift and the Russian secret police of Vladlscostox there because idvlna- such

Montgomery. Ala. The electoral son. '.a member of the territorial names of the victims are taken from was sentenced to four years' Imprisonment Six Other Persons Are Wounded. In preferment Is against the principle of J

college of Alabama was convened at board Of health who has devoted the payroll. for manufacturing evidence at Kentucky.Willlamstown the people of that section is tbe "

the state caoltol and the eleven voles much time and attention to the study The explosion was*' peculiar. No the treason trials. Ky.-Miss Ethel Ran. statement made by Rellresentalhl I

,-were'cast for Bryan and Kern. for || of leprosy. has made definite announcement noise or .shock was heard or felt at George LaPord a chauffeur. Is con son. aged 25 years, was killed, and James lar. of VIrgInia' : Hay do.
ueskIenand vice president.Respectfvely. -I that a case of the disease the opening the shaft-only a puff lined in a hospital I In-Menohlnee. Wls. llx other persons Injured two probe. dares o\lh the land of the demo t

I. has been found and that a patient of smoke. III a critical condition as a result OJ ably fatally as a result of a feud otrat. and a8les the- renublt- .

Little Rock. 'Ark.-At a meeting of afflicted with leprosy had been The engineer, noticing the smoke a hip disease contracted while running fight on the streets of this place. that I II as Impossible to .

'the" presidential" electors of this state. restored to health. Dr. Wayson stated realized that an an accident had hap an automobile The constant There bad been biter feeling for a change the Jrlndrl. thoro as It is to . ;

the vote of Arkansas was declared that the course of treatment pursued pened and summoned. The mine ten of the machine and theuse of theright long time between ? Lantern and change the leonard, "Thoattitude

-- ,for, Bryan and Kern. Thomas Brook* would not be mado public at had recently been on fire and tho foot upon the levers of the machine Hanson families, and It led to trouble of Mr. Taf toward tbe peo"l '.

cf Russellvllle was named an the'messenger this time as he and his assistantswere lames probably sealed and confined have developed the disease- Iu when they met at a dance given at of the south II a matter 6t surprise ;

to convejr the vpte to WashIccton. desirous of observing. other to workings which were not In the an aggravated form. the,right-leg beIng the home1 of Wes Barnes, two miles and dlnannvlntment "to all selfresnedlng 4

cases. vicinity of tbe present .JlpJo loD. useless. west of Willlamstown. southern men, said V Mr. {

-.h_ r _ _ _ ._ V V Hay.

FOUR WERE DECAPITATED. Freak ol'lIgh lng. FINAL DRAFT IS PKEPARED.Of Plans looking to the publication 01 SPECIAL AMIIASSAI1OILREcALLEO The United ..
I Iif I Queer a book to contain! the !national States produced 90. J
-' Little Rock. Ark.-A peculiar freas of all with words,, .0ng: 437,700 worth of gold and $37.299.tOI
ln"lotlon""of
. : First-- Capital PunlshmsntU of lightning occurred at the residence Treaties Between United States., ions V nalona.. jutd. to .secure. thgubUcIQna.7entUlteL Chinese Diplomat Now In Washington worth of silver in 1907 according
lullc
; _Francs_for Yeara.. -, 1 I - Loftxuvfarmer: .Jlear..JIam- Colombia and Panama. bu Asked to Return to ChIna; statements obtaine from mints, as- '
::::1'rot his wife Wa8bIDaton. D. = 4, Bethiine. ..-aa de Calais, France burg. Lofton and -were glvIn -1e'"lna.: T.n& lniii"IOo': ..me115I.bbnehtl1
'- '.-The first Infliction of capital punishment standing In front of tho fireplace English and Spanish bave been prepared ; comparative rates of tuition an i I .. arid the

In Prance tor. number- ofyearr I when a bolt of lightning descended at the state department of the cost of living at the leadingAmerica!! cial diplomatic ftjlsslpn from'tbe Chi- flared with the previous Jrear. ]9n7, .'

1 past were witnessed In this the chimney tore out the left eye of. proposed treaties between the United unlvetEltles -distribution' In for neie government has been recalled showed a dec-up of $4,000,000 In -,

town 'when, four murderers" were de- Mrs Lofton and knocked Lofton tales! of America and Panama and elm lands, were adopted at tbe lee to Pekln. '-ile will come back via Europe gold production and about $000,009.. -

e&olt*ted by the guillotine down; but did not Injure him.1OOOUO between. the United States of Colombia ond annual convention of the Asso leaving Washington Immedi de'reafO In the silver production.John .
"The. execvAlone Wore public and a elation of Cosmopolitan Clubs at Ar ately. W. Gates wants Wo. 'Iron.

Jar,..:crowd was* present.t I $ Uttered- Jeffries. marks and the Panama.ending Their of long completion.pending Arbor Mich. The mission of Tans Shao Yl has steel and coal placed on tre1 llt
Ambassador
'The1 Trench parliament recently Nevada.-According to a dls- been enormously Griscom cabled
\\t Reno questions and opens the way for tli> T'-e state labor commissionerNorth expensive, and in state department 1 V
that
"" passed. resolution In favor of the from Mamma a mining camp some quarters here his the bod
patch his
1 resumption of diplomatic and trad; Carolina In annual summary recall tea nf '
/ retentlop of the death penalty In i I In the center of the slate tbe Atl et. relations between the two countries rays there are three hundred reprl. Is regarded as giving color to the hurled Consul Cheney and hal wise
are under tons I
-.4 fraficoand the cabinet V. fortnight ,|lc club of Uat city met and Tbe situation has assumed' the"phase!! tv.two cotton mills In operation I INch reports that charges of extravaanc\ Messina Italy and It of r. at. I i.

ftt ego. decided to carry out parliament T[decided\ otfei"ra. 'Of 1100X500 of a three-cornered affair because-ofhe Carolina representing an invested have .eenQdcelaalnlt BhLK two hundred would necessitate V .
,'jFru11n4.. There remain. today eighteen [for a flgbt between Jeffries and Johnson 1 cession by Panama to -the United mnltal of 54000000. The-v Bba on men -for- -

,4 _.r. f>ersoot In. France under V the sentence j tbe fight to take place there States of a strip for the building of bave 6.26 employes 3,100,000 spin- sion last .fall, under the auspices and 'hst days to telenraphlc exhume them. He also[stated J I

f-.:.. \0 of 'death.C.UJJ1DA-; July 4. S he'Panama canal. dips U.9lool with tbe approval of Yuan Slit Kal. Messina is communication wilts
f practically impossible.
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; 'AJFlMTiD STATES-,AGREE. Riders Bam Cotton. I The touring committee of the Auto V President Roosevelt withdrawn I
. . Night JUDGE WBICHT_I CUAHDED. mobile dab DePrance' Is preparing anewmap ANTISALOONLEAIiUE.It ba V '
the nomination of
: Robert
< Wac .
(".**e Root end Ambassador Little RockArk.'Nlgbt" riders are He Has Received Threatening Letters of France: showing the most orn ;
) ; r.etry' commissioner of Immigration it "
charged with setting fire to the large liable landing places for rviators Will Erect a Large Publishing Plant N .
., ? : :' Bryce Sign the Treaty.. Since Labor Decision. York. It Is learned that charges f'
.'V- *Afler a Ionic .cotton warehouse of Wilson Brothers,, It Is also proposed to fix large colored Near Columbus, Ohle.
-J V Yj'ghlPgtnta..::.jy._p. po- Washington .D. C.-Because of the arslnst Mr. Wachorn were forwarded \
.. Washington, D. C -Tbe
workTBecretafyr Kui sett villet whtchrlmrned-wft h-a-ios* -' ;-on-lho--roofsQfpubllcbiiUdlBBt.._ national
.. ,1.. rtod of bard patlrnt ; rseiptot'npmeroua' 1etterrthreatening -of -4n-
<. ;of State, Root and" Ambaasadtr'. i'Jr' ' r Saloon .Lesgue of These relate to the award
tourists America, meectng of t ho contract t
Oil was the. recognized by
;-B.-ee Of BrltaJn'slgned'a trea- J.', at $22,000. poured on Wright growing: out of his recent de- Casting 'l
In this city:
before the match was: applied overhead. decided to erect a for feeding the immlgrflMSj at f
:.t: .t, 'or*the'settlement'cf: International 11 bales cuba In the I labor contempt case printing and

K ;:, :dth-eics, between the'United! :SUlei ,and the building was .& mass of J lajor SylTe tCt.chief of poll e.-tltaloo; Less than twelve hour after being an'Investment publishing approximately plant Involving Ellis Island the subject of a..controversy ; -f

7-f jaA Csbada. .Th"-U-'PI.' 'agreement fsmeg-when-discovered. V ed that he'ba tDstruetetYthe captain released from jail at Irvine. K)'. one hundred thousand dollars of long statfdlng. V .. .* 0

."t'; j I'"kDOwr.-tb..t.'f.. : 'One-.-hundred':'ot thbe&iosLbei.nge of-the precinct: ta wWch-the' : justlcd w.here.bls .trial_for.Jhe murder.of his Columbus Ohio, to be known*as, _near Lincoln Rear Admiral C. E. Mason ,Jiasi'.boenafipotnt J
to oht inplcfta ;m \i\ &Individual$ farmes.o "to take such In .' 1. *.
ri Vesides precautions as father resulted hung Jury..Beach Temperance rlal. as headquarters d chle( 0f1ha.bUOLtrOrO.41V, i
; 1 very difference. bo-1 f,were holding their cotton for better ordinarily Would betaken to.. protect Harris returned to Jackson.-Ky, col for the .Meg official org nance and will duties of

$W4 tII..-t: cuatrWi., _II. price and )had no Insurance.Jf:7. a. citizen from' thu .work of cranks. I drunk. and. "shot up" the town.V an; "The American Issue." his' a..lme'lb. ;
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.. cards,,, his:,.hoadL.was In a whir!.. He, FAIL .. r
a saS S isa ss c eaeabeacacsescaca+ear the '04'.. "
touched
was Infinitely by, nncontsclousness , V -V* >T ..
"
ot the, songstress- who re* ,A Badly WritteaFlZare; ; .. Elbe CHUMof. :
? A. y1itdi in ,lime savls'nine. .
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eelved them'with the soft *
, \ :,: he.a..o.o. composurepeculiar : "Man's.>>eath. i
to her, which''bad In 'It so ;
happened ot' Save'mcmy.a'sick spell i
; ....... .. much womanly''' dignity.." How little "Something In front

t."".,.,;' F' :, : ., "' 1--1.--- '-b' t '' she thrilled dreamed at her that touch the who.. man drank rwho in..' toy to thinking.house very"'Mid* recently a New 'York that;set man me of : W/ ly giving> '$'h

f- ")"It J" the tones, of .her voice greedily, had bualnoss the other' day., 'BALLARD"S.HOREHO.UND .
"I r.nt.ADd. occupy' a' .borne, oa '
refused to share his life with her-

',.' Mystery had rejected the chance of winning Eighth street The front,yan. U eaw SYRUP' :

,. her, for. Glynn acknowledged there dOled by: an Iron fence with an Iron '
o
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.m ,' . ,
J" :BrMRS ALEXANDERr I wae'da "lon.! ...'""W.en"'al'. /'pro'-"D"' gate--which.had.boea. brokenjandnot. : : ... 1

' the case., He bad survived the age at j ,yet, repaired., ..1; EVERY ItIOTHER'should
7S74S a R C:7 iGa
'"
..: r which men think- they have but to' "Going( home'to: lunch .one day' I keep supplied with Bstiard's Horehound Syrup, If'she ,

.. ask'and the1 'must,receive. was surprised to find a, workman engaged wishes to MTO her children from serious sick epalls.: Itcoi -'* ...

,r ', ? ,CHAPTER: J tinued 'Lambert; "I: calculate there'sgoodish "Ob Mr. ''Olynn.''- .&Id Elsie suddenly -: 1 In repairing the gate Aa I had tame absolutely-nothing lnJurious-doea not constipate. Good a

{ Continued, : bit more 'to be said on the turning to him,' ")ladame Da- | not notified the owner I was some/ for children as well as adults.ilnnl .
; subject\ I know thlj.sort: of thing his JelliIn A,oouffh of ten. leads to and should fo-cbeoked +
'f't' "I bue not*had a' good time of-It vllllers begs!: you to take a ticket fora whatSurprised at unwonted oonaiynptlop "
isn't our fashion, but I am too uneasy making unsolicited repairs. I : te1y. ,
since; :you were sway. Glynn. I have ball which 1 Is to be given at the 1'

been on'tba brink of ruin.through the about-ah) about the future, to Louvre Hotel for tbe' benefit of' an asked the workman who had lent A Household t w

.treachery eta man I thought a friend. watt for tbe chance ot my jewel meetIng orphan&ge-under the direction of Sisters him to 'do the work' and he replied I i- Necessity. ; _,

But I hope to get over It.* I think, the right man -and life.la uncertain of St. Vincent de Paul. :MadameIs "Mr.'Drown, who owbs the house.i J. u. Smith, Houston,; ,.'Texas,, writes "I have used .
-mine especially. 1 woul 1n't ",But,"aald "I, 'he .doesn't owiIt.. Xallard's llorehourrd: y
1'1set\ over It, and whatever happens one of the committee. : Syrup In my family for' the past

Elsie's little fortune is put of barm's .!.give her to :you empty. : ,handed "I shall be very happy.. Are you It U owned by Mr. .Smith, and I rent few :Tears, and find It far superior to any 'other cough'
!I either" It of'himl' medicine we have tried. Kvery: household eUould bo
going
< way. I made sure of hat. She need
e&, -- never starve." "Why Lambert', you take my "Yes. tat. Is, if my father can 'Ob. no-! said be, 'Mr. Brown supplied with this worthy' remedy" a+

.;..;;. .- -''Very'pr dent -and proper," returned breath away I In the first place, Idon't spare meT6 She rose a. she spoke -OWJ1S- the..house. .He_ owna a,.Jot'of '- 'The..oeUght-of. Children. ;

Glynn "But earnestly hope fancy Miss Lambert ever waste: and turned toward Lambert who was houses and I do all bis. Ironwork.. \

you will escape the loss you mention.' 4id a'thought On me except as to bow sitting In an attitude ot deepdejec Here Is the' posts he sent me telling COUGHS; COLDS, WHOOPING r:

Deen bitten by a bubble company" far I might be of use"to you" tion, his cards lying op the table beside me to lit and repair a broken iron. CURES, SORE'THROAT, BRONCHITIS
"I know that I am of It It !Eighth street AND.ALL' LXJNQ TROUBLES
; sur-q him.: gate at No, \: Therecan"t *
I "No! It's a long story; I'll .tell It
t thought ahe was In love with you "Dearest," said Elsie stealing to be any- mistake."' and
4.to you some day, and you'll judge PRICE .25c 50 $1.00
I don't think I could speak out lltfe 1 : v h-
! tor yourself; but not now not.nqw. his side, and laying her cool white "I examined the .card carefully. ,

. Ah! yofl are bright chap G'lynn. this. No, love hasn't come Into her hand on his brow "does your' headache The number of the house was the AVOID ALL SUBSTITUTES. ';, l" p

strong and steady. It you had a lit. heart yet, and you are too much a ?" I same as mine and..t first) glance the

tie capital, now, you'd get along first blgh-nilndod gentleman to try and "No, no, not much;" then with a I street appeared to ba.. Eighth street

rate" rouse It; but she could'love well; sudden impulse "you love your dad, but upon closed, scrutiny! I saw that Ballard Snow Liniment Co.

Qlynn did not answer his conjectures and look here I have saved up and then, though he Is 'a rugged old I U was Fifth street

as to his (Glynn's) financial position invested nearly five thousand pounds cuss?" "I explained the mutter to the '500-502 North Second Street r} ..lr

.
; he felt terribly disappointed -HI make It five full-that would Elsie smiled, an exquisitely tender workman, but as be had half" completed t

that Lambert had made no confession he a. nice lift to whatever' business smile. "So welt, that nothing and the job i told him to go: ahead ST. LOUIS;, MO.,

_
'n f _of fTangi'bTe drracullTe8,ancrTfer lie'.-.rotLAre.l.tt.- .see_haw-Ltruet_ 'ou. sotto could-make....up.fonthe.afant. and finish._ -It_and.. .l would pay, him, lie .... .
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I don't care If you have a' struggle-; of him" did so and want away. ,
sumo '
brimful of trouble which
' could'not was bring himself to confess. Elsie Is no foolish, extravagant doll." Glynn was struck'with her words.; "In the cout-8.e of his work be had. I- -1!?" .

"Pray hear me." Interrupted Glyun Could she by any possibility have been obliged to take up some of the 1 .-
At dinner some hours later be either
Sold and Recommended
was more cheerful or assumed' with difficulty "so charming a crea- overheard her father's proposal and bricks in the walk and when he re- by ,. F,

ture as your daughter wants no make his refusal? Sucq an Idea was ap laid them there was hall! a brick leftover --

a livelier. She aspect seemed for his to accept daughter'sbenefit. the weight to recommend her; she wouldbe 'palling. But no. It was quite Impos and not needed. This he tossed For Sale at I OBEI SON'S DRUG STORE. t

a treasure In herself to any man sible. into the street. I .- - ---- _.
real and tbe
evening
Improvement as "
of taste and feeling. But I do not - "That evening two-boys came racing '
went quickly. With the help of music .
and conversation Lambert toward wish or intend to marry for a consid- down the street on bicycles They KISSIMMEE

erable time to come," he continued, V CHAPTER V. were moving at a rapid.rate. ..Simultaneously -
the end;! seemed to forget his troubles r
with Increasing firmness quite deter- the clergyman of a nearby
and like hinl elf. At Vanished.
was more !! part- ,
mined not to yield to the suggestion church started to cross the street. '
Ing Elsie gave Olynn 'an eloquent Glynn was far 'from being satisfied
of another what be denied to-'the passionate "When he :
was half way across and RIVER ROUTE
mu-'j :
glance expressive of thanks of I
with his own decision. Elsie's'face,
of his heart. "As
which craving own In front of my house he saw the boys -M
tual understanding, sent him her
her the quiet of figure'and
you cay, we are men of the world, eyes grace bearing down upon him like a whirlwind -
charmed, restless-longing for
away movements, were perpetually before -
and can dl cuBS such a question coolly He did what any person 'of STEAMER LILL1EJ., STEAMER: IlOSEAD.& "
.
their next Interviewed full of dread him. If Elsie loved him, then I i
and fairly without, o'n my"part, good Judgment'and strong nerve Captain Clay Johnson, Sr. Captain Clay Johnson it
for the future.
he would dare all things but she did
I ;
the smallest Infringement of the do. He and waitedfor i"
The next, day as he was leaving not. It would be bettor for her, as would slopped Regular weekly trips to Basslnger ad return. Roseada leaves (Claris*;.
and
warm respect regard I feel for
; them to
I bis hotel he ran against Deering, who Miss Lambert. There well as" for him, to leave her In the pass. saee Tuesday morning, and arrives Klsslmmee Friday evening

was coming in. "I am off to Vichy are circumstances tranqulllty of Indifference than to "As they approached they divided, Special Charter Trips to Lake OkeeoV> and Fort Myers oa the Ullle W
I --reasons on which .It is '
unnecessary
one going a little to the right and tha "
he said. "I thought I should Comfortable accommodation for reasonable. '
to-day, to dilate .which forbid awaken an Interest that could only pasiengors. Rate.
my other little the
to left. Just they
Just let you know 1 ought to have entertaining and lead to trouble. So as It was Friday. a as The most picturesque Waterway In Florida 4
your flattering at- directly him the bicycle
I were opposite "
gone a week ago but I met some peo- tractive proposition." Glynn determined to go Madame Da- For Passenger and Freight Rates apply to
of one of tbe boys struck the piece of
ple that amused me; Lady Harriet villi era' In the evening, for the resultof I[ CLAY JOHNSON. SR., Proprietor
"Suppose I guess what they are, brick the workman had tossed Into
Beauchamp and Wedderburn you his wise cogitations was a burning Oa board "LIIHe," Klsslmmee. FUu ,
find said Lambert, eagerly rolling up a the street and the boy was thrown +
? Shall I
know them I suppose desire to meet hiss Lambert to assure -
cigarette, and scattering his shreds of : upon the clergyman with -such force
you here when I return? himself of her indifference. ,
tobacco as he did so. "Ypu're a bit as to knock the latter down. His
"
"That depend. upon the length of Elsie greeted him with\ a bright, I *""* / '
of a swell. I calculate; you are skull was fractured and be was dead a
your visit. amused smile, as though his presenc'esuggested rQ i
among a desperate set of respectable before be could be removed to bill .
"Oh about a fortnight. some droll Idea. .
"I shall hardly stay so long." city bosses. Hear me now; I'm not "I don't see your father here tonight I home. .II Pretty Story of d '

"Good-bye, then. Don't forget thin skinned. I know I'm not the ." said Glynn. "As I have said the affair set me _

_ '. Frances sort that would, go down with them, I to thinking. Here was a man brought
Denham In August. Lady "He has been called rather suddenly -
and you know I was queer lot once. 4o an untimely death because some '
will be delighted to see you. to Dunkerque, she replied, ? Seal'!
Well If take Elsie I'll other whom he had never
you my go man seen
.
The very atmosphere seemed lighter "but will retufn on Monday. He ...
right away; I'll never ask -trouble and of wbom_he, bad never heard In ht
and brighter to Glynn when Deer- seemed In better spirits, and I .thInk( ..
you or her. WhatmAter what be- writing the figure '&' made It look
ing was safe away. Lambert was the change will do him gdod.
comes of melt Blyj (r saoh, God! like the.flgure '8.' And I wondered Miliais.ee
visibly relieved and his daughter reflected "I hope so, especially as you reflect Ey J. G .
- her"father's mood. safe with" : trooorable, kind man, his moods. You are looking more If there might not be somewhere In' .' .
who would glv 'lier aTeaoeful home. the word some unknown one who
'
These were delightful days. The like yourself than when I first re- Neee.KN N IPSC there lived at Aberdour. on the estuary of the Forth,
Elsie love )
4 Ay. I you well enough held my'fate In his hands and who .
quiet harmony of the present made never to, see your sweet face If I turned. I, even then' with 'stroke of his pen 2:J I N. H., a remarkable old sea..cautaln, who possessed an extraordlnarj1 :-
Glynn regardless of the future. "Ah,, I was very miserable then. Z power In taming wild birds and animals. A
oould and security for @bt be ::
earn peace I might signing my death war-
''" There were moments.when his hesitation you! But one reason why I feel so'much rant. :: I friend In Edinburgh who knew him, stated that tbe old gen..

disappeared, 'and Olynn was brighter Is that my father has promIsed tleman was usually to be seen walking down the-villagestreets'
made ,
"And do :you think ..he'w"uld" love It rue feel real creepy for .
,ti ,I almost respired' to make Elsie his I sbaU ,go for a few months to followed
by' a flock' of canar4ei/whlch accompanied
a husband who could part her from several days New York Sun. >eeetee
\_. I wlf it she would 'bave him; but that such a father as you arer"' asked :Mrs., Kellett to my old home, Wood- 1 I hlru ,'In hla short peregrinations in -t'he neighborhood of his I'NNe1N.

iSv--i"., ;/" "-vague cloud of mystery was a bad ac-' Qlynn deeply touched.. burn, and then we shall' give"up out. .. .: hOMe One: day some fishermen surprised a half-grown
r ,
o :: 0mpanlment for married Ufo .. etage here." Extermination of Fur S al.. !
"But she should never know" v. common seal in the mud flats and took it to the sea captain

It was about ten days after Olynn'a eagerly; "I'd just go away on'"business "And how will you-bear'the seclusion News leaking Into the United Statesfrom'various who soon''' trained it with .such success that the poor creature became a per-
and he 'was debating In his "
return : -the change from Parisian"gay-
feet nuisance.
sources indicates the
and stay away, and she'd 'for- ,
own mind the prudence and advisability get; she would always haye a kind ettes" looking 'earnestly into her I i rapid' extermination of the fur seal The seal would go very morning Into tbe estuary and hunt for flab and

of, a retreat while he had still thought for me, but the new love even, and wondering what motive underlay i herd in the Bering Sea, and tbe failure then make Its way home over the mud up to the house, at tbe door'of which) ,

some command Qf tls own will. Dinner would fill her heart; and If you tried this sudden change. 'I to protect which seems to be due It would knock or push with its fore-flippers. Its favorite resting place wan '

was over In I.ambert's pretty: to win her she'd love you, I am sure "I shall like It very much;; should 'I solely to the dilatoriness of the State the drawing-room sofa. The dally arrival of mud and wet Into the best parlor9was

:sane a" manger. Elsie hal left and her she would! Now, can't It be, Glynn? like anything" that would secure Department at.; Washington. The soon too much for the.good captain's tidy wife, so the day came at last ,
his friend to talk
father and -can't It?" peace. United States marshal! At Seattle reported when Jie reluctantly promised to get rid of the beast In the most humane
smoke for the lazy comfortable half, Then he felt obliged to offer his number of fashion.A r
recently a large
bour which succeeds the'evening "No. It is with deepest reluctanceI to Mademoiselle Antoinette
say it. If I can In any way serve congratulations I Japanese poachers .seized and imprisoned boat was hired; the captain and his pet sailed away far out to sea off: It
meal. after which .M. Le Vlcomtewas
by- the American revenue cutters Portobello, where the man bade farewell the seal, which apparently .

"Miss Lambert Is looking quite you tunately or her for, command myself this me;cannot but unfor-be., Introduced, and It seemed to him ; a special dispatch to the San the smallest intention of saying good-by to him The seal Ram around the s

herself again said.Glynn! his Imag- There Silence that half the evening was over beforebe I I I Francisco Chronicle from Seattle supplements boat a few times and then dived and the kind-hearted old sea dogsadly''e*
was a shortexpressive: -
ination too full of her' to resist, ;,,then Lambert said In an altered managed to return to Elsie. the story of the marshal-, turned hls.b at's lead homeward convinced that he would never see his amphibious ' s,'
tohghtT""No
sing
'to I
speech tone: /'Anyhow, there Is no "Are you ,olng, with the fact that the Japanese friend again. A eurpr.se, however was in store for.wb n be opened

"She is," returned her father harm done I ; these gentlemen and Madame poachers are under the command of his cottage door It wan to hear his wife's voice raised In anger; there was '
am sure you've some "
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;!"That is because I am brighter; but good reason, and we'll not be theworse 'Italia will"give' ns tar better white men supposedly English; an the seal on the drawing-room sofa once again safe and sound, and looking up

1 am not out of the wdod yet-not friends because music than I can. Associated Press cable dispatch from reproachfully with his Innocent black eyes: -
be
.. yet;'' He was silent for a moment or nothing we can "Not In; my opinion; :your singing Toklo brings information' that Russian -I -----p u tl i
nearer. .
. while' he straight to my heart. _
two, puffing vigorously: goes vessels have captured sentenced
anxious "Certainly not; and for my part I Elsie smiled and looked at her fan. .. -tI: .
tbougbt. "Ay: !-many an e--- ,.
to be shot and then reprieved Japanese 'I
have higher esteem for than. I
thought she costs meI'd; give ,a ever had a before; I you however, Glynn felt almost irresistibly impelled seat raiders. caught on the Copper Mpyysylw r.'/V: .A Sfe* "
trast to tell her how charming she
good deal_11 I possess, life Itself, Islands; .
to she safe and In' better that you have fio serious cause for was, but he did resist
, know; was
All 'the Information points to the
bands thaq mint. Glynn I am going uneasiness about your daughter. If "I suppose I must.not call while fact that tbe magnificent seal herds Graft in the Vanderbllt- )
her little fortune 'Is secured, these "
father Is absent he resumed I .
to prove the confidence I bare. In your ;
Inhabiting the water of the Pribllot .
are too prosaic time for daring and '
youWe are men of tbe world, and "and I have found some delightful
and Islands have been far
Copper so I
"j
villainous lovers murderous yry
tmnsplrstore
in which I should j'
can talk to each other without fear volumes Tauchnlts Lines'
killed that the forcedto
off
poachers are
of misunderstanding." or other dramatic dangers. like to,give you" : : : ,:
"Ay. cMUiatlon is deep go within the three mile lone upon :
just "Can noC' send them? she .
.It.. coming at last, thought :yon
'the land Itself In order to catch
enough to hide the devils that work
at him with laughing >\I
asked looking i
Olynn. "You be sure that anything -
may to tbe of their
underneath it. I had one or..t1l.l4 "I want books much no : enough pay expenses Burton J. Hendrick ,
you like\ : to tell Is safe with eyes very ; .
There Is being wasted In
things to tell a son-in-law that, maybe but voyages.
me," he said aloud.. one gives me books you. I this way a great natural resource, .ItIa.-.._ _
I had better keep to- myself: now. ... ,.., .
"'know It." He rose lifted the. curtain' "Then: I must bring them myself""Why -.., - ----
worth millions of dollars, when all
"I sincerely hope that will not gla&to
you not? .1 shall be very
which, bung across the floqrway:
look on me .* the less warm a friend will Madame Weber.." that is necessary to protect It is for ITH the ucepUon of the Harlem River Road Vanderbilt r.
see ; so
you
leading' to Elsie's Uttle study as-
because' 'cannot unfortunately. tall the State Department at Washingtonto watered A
ie
"emre4 felmself It was'unoccupied and "Thank you) May I come tomorrow every property got. He signalised'
c Tben he In :with your views; :you do not wish ?" propose to Canada that joint action W.mor.ele..l of the Hudson River by issuing 17.000.000's worth
the outer door shut. re- -
' ---'- his .. me to. absent myself" "To-morrow No; 'to-morrow I go be taken. Canada Is' ready. Russiaa44apan new ..took. at last one-haif_ of whleh represented'no actual'' '
fumed h1r seat,and placing armson -- .
the table leaned toward Glynn and '""Far from It," interrupted f Lambert -' with Antoinette to visit the O 'ladies ? ..r..ead.r.1o dothelrparti .. .- alu.-A-jwir-after-takiniwar-theCentro: >b&.1Dcre&ae4--it4, .
And the only thing that blocks the
began.ia aglow :voice' which, as hB "Be true to me-be true to able to tell me when we can. go capitalisation by' $23,000,000, practically every dollar Ofwhich'represented '
[ is the at Washington
project delay ,
now "F "
plunged deeper into his subject, grew\ her; maybe by and by ;you'll have a to England. inside profits for himself and his friends:
for which the is
public given nouplaastion.Topeka
,
clearer and louder. "Look here now 1't1od wife that might befriend my "But you will return to Paris?" Vanderbilt went about the matter with characteristias.r:

I don't see why. when I am in Rome girl; she has no one in the world belonging -> "I do pot know; nothing; is cer- State Journal. crecy. Only two members of his board of 'dire at Ora voted

I shouldn't do aa Rome does, I know to her but myself, and I be- tain." on the proposition. William H. Vanderbilt, his own son. afterwards declared

'you'll meet me In my own spirit. If gin to fear I am a broken reed." "I hope you will promise certainlyto House Cats! In the "'ood!!. that he had been kept In Ignorance and had even sold, at a great loss, large o,

you like what I'am going to'propose, "My marriage Is a remote contingency dance with me at thl. ball'" On Sunday afternoon a large cat blocks of Central stock a few days before the operation went through. _

-well/and good; If not, there's no ," said Glynn. "Were you In "Shall you be here when it takes was caught in one of Trapper John On this occasion Vanderbilt must have voted profits ranging from $8,000.

. barm done. First of all. I suppose London, I could Introduce Miss Lambert place" Swope' traps on Warner Ridge, 000 to $16,000,000 Into his own pockets. A few days before passing this bonus ,

'to somewhat peculiar but klnd- shall Issue, It was said, he,had quietly picked up 130,000 shares of Central '
a ;
--- --J. anx.right: _concluding_you are not _,,:Yes, certalnlynothing; pre- Huntlogton County. The veteran stock ,

married---that you are free and Independent hearted.jwoman a'coo.nectlonol-rriln; vent me from being present." trapper who is known all over Central The day before the-deal became knownr-Centfal stock sold-M-$180-aharef" -. r

," who would most, probably be Inter- A taint color flickered over Elsie's Pennsylvania, states that when the day after at $1CO; and Vanderbilt' purchase therefore r pre.enteclll1O"'' if l

"I am," said Qlynn. greatly sur ested in her-I was going to say cheek as If this resolution Implieda he went to open the trap he thought than $5,000,000 In profits. In November 1869 Vanderbilt consolidated' ,. :
charmed with her only It Is bard to and Into one corporation-tbe present New York .
prised. personal compliment, an that his catch was a wild cat, but discovered -' two properties Central ,Hu -; .
\ t "Then what'do you say to settling answer for the Impression one woman amused smile parted her Ups. that It was a common house son River Railroad; and on this occasion be again increased their caplUllia-' 2j

yourself? You are old enough. You may'make upon another" "Then you like: dancing?" cat gone wild He says that often a tlon by nearly $23,000,000's( worth of watered stock la these.:year* he thus) ;

' g1 '1P are six or seven and thirty. I guess. 'Everything!: Is hard" remarked '"That depends. At any rate I house cat goes into the woods: and poiyed nearly $00.000.000 of fictitious value Into, the Central Rallroad-Mwo:; *

? Now, -If. you are so disposed I'd die Lambert moodily as if to himself. want to dance the first dance with becomes as dangerous as the thoroughbred thirds Its entire stock capitalisation;, -_WcClure's Magaslne. ,' y .

r.baypy4f-1-s4w--: ....married to. .my ____J3! el1..1t! u. forset this fruitless you at 'your first bal!." wild eat These domestic
Elsie." palaver, and--be'-: -were.--I-am -- -Elsie laughed; --* ery good."And .-- -- cats thar firn"wn --
--
Glynn started at this bold .proposl- quite sure you are ready to do me a I suppose you.are fond 'of says, will kill more rabbits and minks Advertise in Your \ -
:
I.fer t6n! ; :yet:-gaslng at the eager eyes, good turn If you can-If-Ah! I dancing" than tbe wild cat.:: -Philadelphia Home Paper

the.-earnest.faoe. the 8U.ht. nervous hear Elsie singing. Come along let "I love It," earnestly. Xedger. ,

r' twitch la tbe'lips which bad Just uttered us forget our troubles for a bit over -. "Does your friend" Vincent "dance JFor. the:yery BestrResultS.' : ,

-t ot baccarat." : "
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it. ht-felt-strangely moved. A game weln"T Of the figs-locomotives-in neman| .

"Dont answer all,at nce." cone ,- Dut Glynn; did n attend to his be Continued. 417 use petroleum/ for fuel r Wfil?


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l'f; f The Kjssimmee i Valley Gazette, What the Kidneys Do;I Old People I I I '

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a: ::=c = - -. The Graystone C. CARSON, Pr *W t. N. C. BRYANSecretary.. < ''
I' PUBLISHED EVERY -FRIDAY. i <
Their Unceasing; Work Keeps Us TE3E: : ,
Office_ Valley Gazette Building. Strong tied Healthy. KIS8IMMEF. PLA.
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I SU38L1I1IEE.O8CEOJLA: COUNTY. FU.---: All the blood In the body passes & Carson
Waters
Co.ii
# through the kidneys once every three On Lake Tohopekallga. Grocery
: W. M. HARD f$. Editor and Prop'r. minutes. The Uldteya Biter the blood. s Hunting Fishing Shooting! .
.._. They work night and day'he n liathlng. Golf, Tennis, toque, bftall ..
8UJc;; healthy they remove about 500 grains Cricket; Clock Golf. Baseball, < '
IO RATES: GRo.2. RIESI
of impure matter daily: when un- Trap Shooting.Terrna I
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OB M *arOnaaapr.
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.t* nivnth. ', 60 healthy some part of thin Impure iflat ; 2.60 to W.fiO per day.
0-MPS'till** month. .. 25 ter is left in the blood. This bring* f 1A to >21 per week
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- -- ---- ---- on many diseases and nviuptomg) -pain
All _uaie&tl .... rxctvt.trma, our .uthoreomvpondmU. In the bacK, headache, n(>nervousness
aa.d .mo.t b*....ed br th writer. hut, dry skin, l'heumatlslIIluut/ travel To Our Friends: _COUNTY AQBNTS FOR iII
itd matter win not b* returned unkvaKor Come and try a meal at the
disorders of the \ and hearing
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eyesight '
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/ dizziness irregular heart deblli- hotel. Single meals 6Oc; 21 A
CRATES
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meal tickets '10. Rooms tl y'I Celebrated Fertilizers '
ity, drowsiness, :n' per I I I
dropsy deposits
11:0.: ..... at th*Foctofflo la Kli lmme.. Fla...u lay < '
-.doe.... aU matter. the urine, etc. But II you keen the tillers GRAIN .
ETC. :
will have trouble ;
= -= right you no NEED VINOL
with kidneys. Circular **4 Prlc.
Fridaydauiiary, 1 15. 190n. / vour W. Haas, south side Kissiinuiee it strengthens and vitalizes H. W. :THURMAN, I - ...r.t..... .. Application! it ;

r'la.. says: "Doau's Kidney Pills I
have proved of such great benefit to Vinyl tones up the digestive organs, PROPRIETOR.
And Tennessee gout' dry'on the. first me that I do not hesitate to recommend aids assimilation, enriches the blood,
dat <>f July.Rather them. A lame back made it difficult and rejuvenates every organ In the HIDES FtTKS WOOL i
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-- -- -- for body. Jn this natural manner Vlnolrt'pla.rt'B ,
me to get around also to 1A. . T.WW>-a5. irry
than wed a woman a man in stoQD or lift. No position I assumed weakness with strengths Ir .
New York committed suicide. It Is was comfortable, and a- good night'rest \V. are positive It will benefit every M. TILLER f Country: Produce a. Specialty.: ; -' .
was outof the question. The kid- o4 i> ron who will give It m trial.
usually aftei marriage that roan has If it Uou't w" will refund taste < >
> m ny.
ney secretiops were,0 frequent in action -
a desire to kill himself. that I often had to arise from six For sale bV Roberaon's Pharmacy i Real Estate Agency. VVVVVVVVVVV VVVV VVVVVVVVV V V-VV'VVVVVVVvvvayva/a | !

to eight! times during the night I tried j --
We believe' the Valley Gazette hastbe several remedies, also rubbed my back atatNHtl.Ntataattttfl fft.

distinction of belnir IJJeunIY'f>ap"rIn' with liniments to relieve the pain but Realty bought and sold. Favorite
to no avail.. I finally heard of Doan'sKidney Fertilizers
t Florida for which the County ComnUsionPrs Pills and orooured a box from tI Houses rented. I Jf .

1 subscribe for two hundred the'. Klssi'namee\ Drug Co. They disposed t Taxes paid and Titles verified f,
,. copies. of the lameness !a my back for non-residents. t"ire. FOR CITRUS ALL
__ ._ J AND OTHER CROPS.FERTILIZER .
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kitoexs
strengthened my meo Life and Accident Inf .
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.: ttalv ti dally being put under such the necessity of arising at night. ]I ranee. -0.-- ,
obligations to foreign countries as will cannot say too much io favor of this H
effective kidney remVAy. as 11-: ......11\7. Indemnity: Bonds.' r I
her demanding her rights I
p prevent asatreouously For sale by all dealer Price 50 :=. To h.oom..rp. { ... MATERIALS'INSECTICIDES
b.peoWW. Ware F'V." Jur'S."RP4g'1FtP
as.he did before the spa.stoat.
awful .
cents. Foster-Mllburn Co. Buffalo, In
podun.a the ha t eu V.r ,
calamity_befell that country. New York sole agent for the United ..s4..?..servesale is t2 i MlnlW. --- ----- I

States. -as4 b.oom..rp.rb.r..p tbe. .......F"w Or, rr'f Dora,. .
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Richard Croker Is coin to engage Remember the 'name Duan's-and oaWotwa.a-- 14.a4 cur NOTICE!
take DO other. _t_an tecueaL Trott"'DUr Addr.-&N.auw -FOR -{SALEIBY f
ID ben r_l.ina.! He has spent most of
g his IHe raising.ontething: else that be- ...M.ran I CO.. onna. Mice '

t. .Alas! with tbe letter "h," e.peelally'wl i BULLION BAR MINING J. M.. L E :.- KISSIMMEE

tbe Republican party In New y ork. Goldsteiny .' '. .
Dr. R
: AGENT FOR .
A man 98 yean old w.i',"placed"in j COMPANY STOCK '.

jail In Hew York because he attemptedto OPTIC SPECIALIST Osceola County. '" . Sanders Fertilizer :Coinpari.y! Jacksonville Fla.''.. ." .- '

kill\ himself. A 'man of that age for sale) at.lets than one-third the price apt 17 Cl8.IJ' .. .
certainly has the right to do as taa asked the I
by Company. Especially -
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_ pleases with himself without. any interference Abstract-Company I low pi-Ice on large blocks. -

of the law. .. A
Many of the Florida papers are wondering S. H. BULLOCK.. MANAGER. ,
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what Mr. Broward will do. now Iteal estateTitles h - ---- NOTICE !

'y. that,be la no longer Governor. There examined and reported on ,
''l ,b one thing he will do, and that is run OF TAMPA Taxes paid for non-residents W. l. "fjj .
lor the office ofUnlted States Senator Instrument relating to real estate To -
reduce stock in
Kissimmee carefully drawnCorrespondence order to make room for
%.,,(,-years beaoe.I' Will be in MONDAY my summer
stock of
W JANUARY 26-one day only at Solicited. spring goods we will sell our entire lot 6f Silk at

Editor. A. P. Jordan of the Punta ,
Herald) buD' THE INN .---. --- *
Qor4a.. appointed REAL ESTATE Qne-HalUOrlQlnal' Price.
..M.IoocJ io'Deotor. Tbat certainly '
Eyes examined andglasses scientifically WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLSIlay. .
i4f I* tb* limit. What do country editors .
Don't you 1..I..te4 your KidD yiif Bavyon *
adjusted. neglect your
know about pure food when they live ovrtMoifcru;" poor nervous system addroue Will sell Woolen Dress Goods at ACTUAL COST

re w on sour bosom and itr t. 36A days in'' children's. 'eyes. : N>v<* >:nu irirali plus e with iu iulae..kleback.your kMoM end rolni b1.dd.ry am) KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA LESS for the next.SO days ror Cash Only. OR Xk
thud .? All troubles oervousnesk and I bl.ddrrt Have Toil a flabby aon.arKiie.of tti. ,
x eye aaei..psctsily 'unAfr the .r..T Too frequent
: beadacbes relieved.Consultation'aiid. a ilrkliKi ,...... vriiM-r If.... WtllUmi' Kiducrpilla
r .Th5 JP County of the mill. rnrr you.-At ttoeeola Pb.rm..y & .F. KRIBBS

,t "'T TampaVTrlbuo Issued, on Sunday exainioallon. -' .... I H. C. STANFORD COMPANY

'.'last about reached the limit Jn news. .Office hours: 9 a. ID. 19 i p. m.J.H.REDDITT. ATTORNBV-AT-LAW.,

I paper/excellence.; To say it wasp-. DR.. E. F. AKERS, i
Office in the"Court House--Kiesimmee
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t ,.plendld effort would be no compliment! DENTIST .
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for1 nothing ever attempted In Florida Florida. -
OrHp over. Orlando iBank and Trust -1
+ la that line soelJed> 1|. It contained Co. Phone 73. With whom will bejassocjated in the .

_ S complete review of the resources and I Crown, B: l Idge and Porcelain- work a trial of causes the law 'firm/ .f ONLY THE

r, posslbitlei pf DeSoto, one of the fore' Specialty.NOTK Master & Warlow of,,_.

-,, moss counties la the state, and will re- r : -Those desiring my services I Orlando ,

aal'1D mach flnanolal gain to. that should make uri-tinfajer.ts m advance

., oaDt.J ORLANDO.. FLA D!{. J. W. SIMPSON
Purest
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1 r Lee J. Spaoffler, the nan wbo pre -'- .,-- - DENTIST. Drugs

-r'pbesled' -tbe world would come to anndlla ,
'. month,ha. Issued the following DNe LESLIE W. W.EEDON Upstairs iq Katz Building. : ,
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On..olt'ti' tms.-LJI to 12. --- -- --------- -
a* the reason .Lh.i.P.r.o! -----Specialist-Eye; Ear---'-- -- -- - .
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La 6:30p. m.Telephone
; eel failed Id materlaltae. Such people) Nose and Throat._.. No. 76 Jun b. lyr -.---- ARE. SOLD E3V
.a* SpaJigler shouldbe suppressed: .
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t. ; } %'It only ..n..to show bow few peo- Private
Hosoital. American National
W.W. CARSON. D. D. S.
pl..wl1l be watching when tbe time ?

}, doss oome. "God bat only deferred thee < |Bank Building, Tampa DENTAL PARLORS

'41D4 a-Uttle. K>acer. The real reason -- Florida. RIVERS BUILDINO sceolaPharmacy

'for this U that New York ministers JEWELER AND OVER O8CKOLA PHARMACY ,
Sctoatlflc
:k and people learned through my proph. Spa.krlll:
WATCH REPAIRER.Call COD Ill" In punishment only) when a OFFICK HOURS I 8 TO 12 etas.
4 oletbat tbe time bad come and that .1 Tp B .
and child Is actually bad. Some
see my Line of Watches. mothers .
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jU. yj lLapt.3own-On'--'l: | *lr-kneea and think that all arylug-la badness. It's Kissimmee
\prayed, *O. bard that they saved the ------ not. When your baby cries look for ... ,. Wagon Works
Any article of Jewelry
,'t if City like JJIneyeh 'or'tbe time being Promptly Ordered pins or some external cause; if you
upon Request. can't Hod them give the baby White's
Doesn't Uphold Such Men. Edison Phonogaphs and Records. Cream Vermifuge, as the chances are OPPOSITE CHRISTIAN CHURCH.'a "
_. 11 18 suffering from worms which keep 'QIV' L.. W INN
Under New
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: Whittler, Fla.. Jan. I)*!. 1000. UP-tO-D
.. 4r To the Valley Uacette: .. Too Much Face* Pleasant to take-sure IB..its action PHYSICIAN AND BUBO BON. f. Blacksmith, Wheelwright and Horseshoe (4-

,,r .'. Tbe report U put tblt T-ouU Parker lou may feel as If you ha* one face Price 26 cent' Sold by Roberson'. R ID5NC. PHONB :XI. K_..... BJa'cksmith.

.\ ;baa been to BUT-plaoe since he got out too many when you have neuralgia. Pharmacy._ . ...,,,.. Orrici PlIo... Vt. FLoa DAo All Kinds' Yt'bei'Lwrii'ht.1vork a'nd-
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<< at the mug. and I want the publk to Don't you? J3ave the lace; you may PILBtSI "- a Specialty.
jtoow. that a. y-per on or-pereo0. thatetooe I beed it, but get rid of tbe neuralgia by PILES! PILES! HEALTH ANDiVITALITY. -" .
.' ; my place I applying HaHird's Snow Liniment WI limn' Indian Pile OintmcDt will our
the 10th6dayofeeAeauit. Blind. bleeding and I..blnl' ptlea.: It abaorlw MO Tar NIRVINBTPILLS ALL WORK
1908, Iso I finest In GUARANTEED
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he! tauiur. allay' lb. Itohlug at on.. acts a Tl>. K reel Iron and tone roitontiv. for man TOSATISFY.
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.0 8uGob man: \ '4._ I- %' \ I lame back and all pains. Sold by prepared for FilM anilohloftnnheprivt tbaWjrium a.d n>u>w' tit* noimalTiior. : SolicitYe.r Trad sad ,/
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The Klsslmmee. Valley Gazette i. For Dlo'c'e Shanlbarger, Orlagdo. : Get-our prices and see the (roods be- The salary of the clerk'was. 'fixed the : "

.. 9-6t. I fore Inveatlng-a/ou"' cash.. OLD COMMISSIONERS same $."Ii per month and ,(2 per diem j Florida Winter1. t Home?
-- Co. for
) I H. C. STANFORD attendance on the board. ...
I TKLBPHONB NO11.PUBLISHEDUEVERY All woolen' dress goods at and below The editor of the Valley Gazette\' is The terms of the various appointive I. ----- ,
cost for cash at !Stanford's. ,- J I for Continued from first pVge. ) officers! was Sized by the month to be
Indeed; toMr. Lewis Seaman ( i .1" "THE HEALTHIEST TOWN IK THE U.S."
The Home Store for the floe Irish dispensed with at the pleasure. of the i zi
FRIDAY are agents some exta potatoes grown Fair; He dwelt largely on tie advantages '
r'' White Star laundry. Phone 154. by himself and Mr. Will Moore on this county wou'd' derive. from. board. JjI
-BY- burnt muck land at Steer Beach.Thev The bond of Jt.. Willson. Jr., as
over such exhibit.Mr I 460 Buys 75 foet-front on N. Broad.'
f' W.IB. MARAI_. For Sale -Cheap-Good pony mare. planted a row of potatoes about W. H Thompson. representingthe notiiry public with J. W. Thompson way with 3-room housef,inside not e'
and C K Franklin .
Apply to JOHN FLOYD.If was approved.There
thirty feet long on this land as an experiment I Mid-Winter Fair of .Ja.ckaon"llIet finished ).
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I using no fertilizer from before the board and being no further business theboard
I.f you want your house papered or a also appeared I 1625- Buys small 4-room cottage'' on
USPORT.ndlna adjourned to In S.
; AyOP IOIAL WATHIR neat sign: made see Geo. A. Gilbert.. tf which th..dull about Qi\ bushels, the'pota.O urged it to make ah"exhibit, at the t ion. meet again regular Broadway artesian water. ,.. ,
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4' 'rsewer... twnp.ratui for w-.l' :Tlnirv I \ ('. prpduced being large, mealy Jacksonville Fair. Messrs. W. li.Makinion I g KITS Buy In South Klsalmmee lot' (*'...iIfiO ,- +t
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Cut Glaas Ware-Klsilmmee Drug and of uniform rlee. Stanford F %
: : and H. C. being I /)-room house stable bara..1wallOn'
1 ttI Raln Co. has just received a beautiful Tbe steamer Juan Ita, Capt. Walter present, were called upon for -ao expression The Me*.et /Mar Ice Tow. shed. +
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Ye> IIID: I selection :, one always wear a frown, I
Mobley returned Wednesday from a of their views, both eauressing 1700 Bays 12 acre fenced 6-room box

.I 1-1-- FOR SALE- Lak front property ten days charter trip down the river, then.lsclves that, if the appropriatlon ; sail is cross sharp and In disagreeable his answer and Nine Is oases short house, flowing well, just.out.tde4ity-
. : known as Okcecbobee Ship Yards. having on' board Messrs Lawrenceand could be handled economically limits
... out of ten It's the fellowsfault '
FridaI' 73 6' deo l8-tf C.'W. WAHtJ.UiePlank's Bailey Jones: and their two little ,and the cllixens throughout the !I''II his \liver not and poor that 11,100 Buys new 6-rooto cottage arte
'. SaturdayThondur i' .75 I'll' 09 sons, of Louisville, K>., and J. IV Irvin county generally interested in this him digestion sian water,centrally located. \sit {
? rues feel
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he can'thelp
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7ftr 66 Chill Tonic. Guaran of Orlando. The party had a line matter, they believed that a small appropriation > 200 Buy 9-room dwelling with t
.. .. I teed. Price 25 csnts. Sold by all accompanied subscription being disagreeable. Are you Indallllf'I' fete
17 ey \ trio and captured all the game and by of some large sweet seedling ore I
into that condition!
Wed 78 ee druggets. ulll-8 fish they wanted. Three deer were from the citizens both of money Then getting anee trees on Main street )

1 ; Stove wood delivered in town at killed and they could have gotten and exhibits, an
, --- -- -- SI.CO per strand. more but had no'use.. for the meat. hand of some competent man sta- and reliable your vegetable regulator.-tbe safe,Sold sure I'I' groundpiped, elevated tank and
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IK-if KISSIMMEK LUMBER:: Co. tloned at Jacksonville.and a portion: I wind mill 6 rooms and bath room "y
It only took a little over one day to bv I ioberson's:
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of the money spent for advertisingmatter | half acre set In orange trees Soutb'HI.llmmee.
C pt.'J, E. Mo'seley, or Gotha, dispose of the docket \In the County I I ,,y,
arrived distributed
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; Court this week. Only six caees came : which could ut Fou RALE-Two good{ Jersey cows, :b' ,
LOCAL FIELD. l In town Monday and has goneto up'and they were disposed of, as follows both'fairs; would result In much good j fresh 10 quarts each: and one Jerseycow ', 13,000 Buy -5-room dwelling, good
[ the lower portion of the county on : George Goodwin convicted of :I to the county. !, by Sultan of St. Cloud, and her barn. 4 acre, with 2AO large sweet;. sat

a surveying expedition selling liquor at last term sentence At this point the board took a recess I heifer by Chancellor of Runnymede. I seedling orange tree (small crop to 7

Mr. Jas. A. -Soucfie and iflfe, of supended upon payment of costs: Joe until 2 p. m. All guaranteed sound and In perfect ;, 1908 paid $400 cash), nice walking

-..,." .- """" MeDonouurh, Ga., are expected arrive Warren selling liquor, not guilty; I The board reconvened at..2 p. m., heaJtb._ P A. VANS AGNEW_ Agent. distance of school and postoffloe-.- ;
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present : : North Klssimmee.
ID a few days on a visit to the John Anderson, selling liquor nol ,' /
Wade the Tuner.' 'Orlando. family of Col. J. L,. Moon. prdnecl:Cla., Sheppard. larceny, coretinued session. j.AT VOST..: ,_ ._ I <3.0Q Buy new dwelling and 12 lot,
Otto contin The board appropriated 1250, with- *' -----., set In.choice fruit, within less than
Bryan trespass .
Dwellings for rent apply to M. Itev. A. M. Chlsolm will the ; 10*
occupy the understanding that the Kissluiroee Mv Friends and Customers'Please I a mile of Gray stone Hotel.
Tiller. + pulpit at the Christian church next ued.A Board of Trade or the citizens generally allow me at the beginning of ,
See Stanford Co.'s beautiful sellingat Sunday night. The public is cordially telegram was received-by relatives throughout! the county, would.ap-- the glad new year to extend to you my ----
Invited to come! out and hear him. 'here Monday night announcing the like and sincere thanks.for the Easy .
half price. proprlate a sum, appointed a generous patronage payment ;
L. which
death of Av Willson. oc
I of consisting'of Commissioners you baye given me in the past Correspondence solicited.
committee two
Get school supplies from the I
and fixture: your curred at his home at West Palm Beach
S.le-RelltaUl'ant
For and ,
J. S. Stratton and E. L. to solicit>. a continuance of the
IROBT. IVEY. Klsalmroee Drug Company. They on Monday afternoon, at .'::30. The I
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Apply to carry.awfnll liner and If they haven"II deceased was a.brother Mr. J-. M. f Overstreet to confer and same in the future. J. M. WILLSON JR.

h Lace curtains and figured lawns at wbat you want will order it for you. Willson, Jr., and Mrs. J. L. Pherlgo, I with a committee, of two to be In order to show my appreciation : ,
Klssimmee Board for palt-fe..or. I have decided to In-
Stanford's. by the << '
J' price at pointed
cut of this city, and, in the early days of D'1 KISSIMMCK, FLOtUDAi
Mr. Mrs. W. A. and
.. and! Taylor i(Trade these four to meet and augurate a 20 per cent discount .sale
.T ." Mr. A. B. Jarrell spent Wednesdayin baby returned to their home- at Bowling J' the town spent several years. bere him on the best method and place to sp beginning January 4th 'and ending i REAL ESTATE 'AND INSURANCf3'r

:. f Tampa looking after business matters. Green Tuesday after a visit here' self He had been a sufferer from this money in advertising ..od.OQ. January 31st. Twenty per cent. discount 0_ .. ,

with Mrs. Tatlotr' Bartow.. 1 Mrs.0. W. Beet.his. many Old friends. In this county 'will benefit purchase where, It does not brti.g the For R nt or'S.I.
.Mr*. C. -E. Earnest, of' derive the most r
learn of his death with sincere
''It,,' friend here I sorrow Mr. J 8. Stratton having price of the article purchased below Residential and
the guest of relative. and W. J. McCraeken stopped over o .dvl.ed1.I j farming property'of
'tMI week. In town' a day or sir last weekJeturnk r the board that the new clearing at the oust. I'I sixty acres, well fenced Hammock,

returned fromTeoneesee ing to his home In Nebraska: from Bank Meeting. poor farm was nearly completed, upon I I Wishing all a prosperousKew Year. ( Grove; house fully fqrnlahed and in, ;.

Rev. W,and A: joined his family here>, Lakeland, where he bad just.disposed According to' the notice published in motion dQilv seconded'and carried be j I Very respectfully good order; outbuilding and farm I ori .'

'j"Of"1"earload:: of horses.. these columns the stockholder of the was appointed {to select, purchase and hhh CASH STORE, i! implement Apply to '
this week. Strte Bank of Kisslmmee' met at the plant: out.., grapefruit tree on this' jnl-loi T. U. LAW SON;Prop. I tf MB. DaouoH'l''Ii

For the finest and be.t fitting shoes, Singer Sewing .Machines, and also 1 bank building on Thursday at 3, p. m. clearing.Mr. ,: fW
call on the old reliable shoe dealers Wheeler & Wilson's, and all machine Reports of onicerg were submitted andfound H. C. Stanford; representing \

Stanford Co. supplies t or sale at the Home Store. to be very satisfactory to all the 'ladies of the Village Improvement .
Cash'or installments. Everybody can I before the board '
hlm- Society, appeared THE ,
pl'elenteacb
one so expressing
either
r'OR RENT.-Two nice rooms, ..ttbeKIa.tmlllee afford to buy a machine.Mr. I aelf.' and urged them to take\ into consideration -! \
furnished or unfurnished. Apply '
Co. Oscar Doris of Reel and, Mi''s., The following director were elected the Improvement of the Court'
Drug arrived in towns few days ago on a for the ensuing year viz: C. A. Car- House grounds by having a nice tile'

i We now plendld visit to his brother, Mr. Vernon Doris, eon, N. B Carson.'M Kats H. Flem- and cement walk laid from the gate to llITEII STOlES $F EIILTII ;tom ROCIIIEJIT'y

line of both havea ntatlonery. who spending some time here for lOll, N. C. Bryan and C. L. Lesley. the Court House. The ladies kindly {

;.J .-Kisslmmee Drug Co. the benefit of his health. . This Is an unusually strong! and COD.v.tl.e offered to donate 120 out of, their ;
.... board, and Insures goodmanagement. treasury towards defraying the expense '
let
The County Commissioner have Pasteur's Anti-Venomous Serum Is the
of same The.board took INSURANCE COMPANY
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: the contract. for a steel Creek.bridge to be a sure cure\ for snakebite. Hunting The directors proceeded to elect the matter under ad y Ilel)ellL. f : ': ,_
erected over Shingle parties should provide tbem.el"Mwltb .
following officers vli: C. A. Carson The cleric having called attention to .. !'
Miss Evah McCallister. was the a tube before starting out For sale president; Jno.-Ivf.-Lee vice president; the fact that the term of office of the Y
r' Daniel and other by the Klsihnmee Drag Co. various appointive officer expired
brother
guest of her N. B. Canon casbler. The officers AC3IISJA\A/r '
2.. friends in Orlando last week. { We can furnish fancy shapes and will have as their assistance' Messrs: the pleasure of the board, and the old MI.CHFQi4N 'M.T

Lee 124! head ofr color In toe cream; .. well a* in bulk. Roma Thomas and,,..J D. Jeffords, board having completed its term at '
Mr. M.
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the last meeting .these offices were .
'Just the thing for weddings, receptions, both of whom are very popular because -
Lew-Parson
fine beef cattle for the : .. : "
. practically ._whereupon he read ---.T-- .t
.. Cattle Company to'Tampa last week. etc. of their obliging! manners- and .
'. i i > DAVIS! & JORDAN, Orlando Fla. well known integrity. the following communications: The best Health and AociiVnt In..urano Holicles for thft'rioh and poop- .
A: Mr. W. C..Persons left Wednesday .' Kisslmmee Fla.. Dec. 23, 1908. are \bOIe 'I..ued by the, OLD \V, S. HEALTH -AND ACCIDENT: INSUR,
W. J. Overstreet
i for hi. borne at McCabe Arizona. after NewYork Mr. this week where returned he 1* engaged to Attention, Alfred Iverson pimp, To the Honorable Board of CountyCommissioners ANCE CO., according to Ute opinion of the finest legal and back kalwot o(..
winter visit in thl I. sec- :
his regular. bountry. The indemnities are larger, the principal sum larger,, and theromptness
In the fruit and produce business the
14&2. I make application, for
0. hereby
,I'; after three weeks with which this Company pays it.* claim commend It to .11, .
spending
a vacation
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tlon.Genial position of Superintendent '
Doc Llghtsey", of Bartow. here with his family. You are hereby commanded to assemble of > for the ensuing classes. '.::.
*ceos> county .
attend .be the house In Kisslm- Our INDU9TniAL.rUEAI.TH AND ACCIDENT POLICIES.. partlcu'larl.v ;
' "Ii, W..ID. town Tuesday to annual at court be fixed ,
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meeting of tbe Llghtsey-Parson Mrs. J, M. Mood and lIt.Je'aoD, MU- meet City on Monday,- February 1st term board at either a salary the to : salary by or attractive to the man who doe! manual labor. The premium are small a

; Caul Company ton Hicks arrived Monday night from 1900 for tie- purpose of electing officers such tbe present board axes for the and payable monthly. The Indemnities are In wopor&1o'&o-th. premium
amount a*
Atlanta on a visit to her parent, Dr. for the ensuing tear and to malt paid ranging in weekly or monthly Installment from 926 to $Toper .
't? Mr. 8": B. Aultman came up from. next year. ARNOLD DABS.KUslmmee. .
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and Mrs M. J. Hck| .. Dr. Hicks went arrangement to attendlh-session
Dee 28 1808.
.'. to look after the re Fla., ,
Tampa yesterday
them U. S. V. which
upland met at Jacksonville. the Third Brigade ,
, mad his residence Inv To the Honorable Board Of Count .
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meets Tampa, on ,
;:' North Klsslmme Just opened up. A iargs assortment d.,. February 4th, at 10 a, m. Commissioners 1 herewith make:: application for the .WRIT, ME FOR PARTICULARS.; 9k
.A' of the newest styles and pattern In I U is that all
the popular
; Mi. Dan MeCalllster, absolutely necessary position of Superintendent of Road .- t'
drayman broke the trunk-hauling: record Matting. All grade and ranging comrades be present on the 1st of February -'
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price to cent Remember
Klssimmeeon Monday last, at 10 a. m.
{ In -! I we lay'it, when bought for cash. The at the present salary or_such salary a*k-- H= -- :B o2rLE.AK.E'
J i handling eighteen: !, Horn Store. By order of Major J. M.Commanding.W. GARDNER. tbe board for--the year1w11I: = : ; A .

:_.I Dan McCallister, who is now em- : JOHNSTON devote my entire time to tbe roadwork .
: cloyed In the Reporter-Star office at i The Genuine Ohio Steam.Cooker, in and and should tbe commissioners allowme ..
Adjutant. ,
- J;;;{.: Orlando. cam down, and spent last 1; two slie, can now be had at the'.HomefStore. Captain a fee days off at any time-I would STATE MANAGER.P. .

_,_ 'Sondaw1tb t.hlfllomtr1olln--: .- where the agency ha been Cures Blood Skis Diseases, Boz.o..te.t . not expect the. county to pay for same.
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Mr.. H. Llghtsey and her little sam to a* at the factor ma- Blood PttrifleY Free.If '"
'f you C O. Box 397. Orlando Fla. rSTORE4
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Klilnimee.; .
; nephew Matr Carlisle Llghtsey of Call and examine them. jour blood Is Impure, thin diseased Honorable ., .
. Bestow, spent last Sunday here with hot or full of humors if :you To the Board of County Y
T i Mr. and Mr W. S J. Overstreet. I The Electric Theater has been hold- have blood poison, cancer carbuncles, Commissioners: .
I Iinaritl own this week notwithstanding eating !sore, scrofula, ezems. itchIng Gentlemen: I hereby apply for I
Captain Floyd and wife of Baltl-i I the multiplicity of counter attraction , rinlngn nod bump', swellings or Road Superuisor of Osceo'a countyI .
-' more, Md., have arrived to spend the The house has been well filled each operating sores scabby, Dimply skin, will accept the position at fifty dollars -I NEW

winter In Kldlmmee)Pond are comfortably I evening and manager Lybaal hal been ulcers, bone pains, catarrh, rheumatism per month. Yours very truly

, located at the horns of Col. J. L. showing some extra good pictures. or any blood or skin disease, I L. M. W HIDDEN.

.i E Moon. take Botanic Blood Balm ( B. B. B. ) Tbe board having considered the' - < i,..
Mr. H. N. Bratton entertained the
Mr. A. B. Jarrell proprietor of the Soon all sores heal aches and pains : various application" elected G. W. -
,_, _-- KUslmroes Drag C .r traded his roeldenoepropertIn ladies of afternoon th4 MeUiodiat from 3 church till I 5. on Del lastFriday top ana the blood is made pure and I Overstreet superintendent of roads; 'I We have just opened a full line of /
thl week rle.! Druggists or by 11 <* the salary of *60 month,
Tampa ) express pe I..t present per '
of cake and hot
with R. P. Jordan for his Kisslmmee cboeolate'clone )refreshments' U'b the large bottle.Sample free by writing with the same bond of 2SOO. '! I Dry; Goods Shoes Clothing Notions Etc.
residence. were sere L \\Beainan'y hostess Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. B. B. Mr. W. C. Bronson, having made a'', .
Mrs.J. Mrs.MoPhatter
r assisted br ,I ; ! position
B. is especially advised for chronic verbal application for the
Nrn"Brattbn. '.
_ .... Mr. P. C. Hodges and nieces and MIIII deep-seated cases of blood or skin diseases which be now holds, that of superln I i In the
t' "vMisse. Minnie and Mary left The next meeting will be held with .
Tippen
as it cures after all else falls. ten dent of tbe poor farm upon notion ,
a.w. 'l: doesday for, Tampa to join Mr Mr. J. M. Lee .on Friday, Feb. fi. Sold 01 Klsslmme Drug Co. duly seconded! was reappointed at the
:. 4--dJges. who his been in that city for JSEARDEH BUILDING ON. BROADWAY __ .
> Ddn't neglect your eyes. If you suf same salary of (40 per month. rlI' -"
s :9" time.Mr.and. ferwith headache, neuralgia or defective t-aundry.- _. Hr.D.-J,>rIMlfer.. the prevent janitor;, ---- --- : ''it

7f-- ', Mrsr Frank Learning sights call( at my office In Redd Ill's 'The agency for the White Star being candidate for reapKpintment, And solicit a share of the patronage of the food people of irx

,ii'3 Cape;: 1 May, N. J.. have arrived and jewelrv store and have your eyes examined laundry i III now at the Home Store upon motion duly seconded was re appointed Kissimmee. Our prices are as low as tha lowest and' "
are again located at Mr. H. C. Stan free.! I have the necessary apparatus and If you wish lo-bave the boy c.liOD .at Lhe..ame salary of 32.50: ogf-: .
ford' for the season. Mr. and Mrs. for testing the eves In the moatImpro..ed you weekly, just ring up 154, and per'month. .goods are a* good as-the best.); Come in and look'aroundkM. .., {i'

Le&mIDIl.re numbered among our and up-to-date manner and you will be put on our list and calledon P. A. Vans A motion du:
carried wffr.
regular winter visitorsand their have many satisfied customer among weekly. 'The work is all done In ly seconded and war reap-, +

!".. ...... -many friend here are always pleased. the J>et_people KlisUnmee._ nelllcientmaon.v- -an4 -atTampa pointed.attorney for lhe o.rcr-at'* ;. SAUCER &SV1N

- :.).; .7., "to 11'-"benl'dtl\t..lcome.-II. ; P. O.|WHITE. I price.;., III j [ same salary, namely 4 'S2GO' per annjim.a! .J I ;; ,'

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>r I .--',.. \ 1580 and 1585 'lay t. Spaniards, and -.
I. I .State floe e. almost at the s n1 > time by the .
- _G Pgblio. sentiment- tkvbrs .theex-- .
., ... ,', r wbo"'brotr.ht"'lt;:r.roon' 'VI"r ;
lI .teneloa'otStateald1o-g( - a4I..1D. ". "' -
gtnia; wheo 1f .pp..t-e4-1Io'boUt: '
:: : ..
1 -
\ fact, demands rn'uch JaigjBr appropriations .1554. -,

ton the\ purpose! ] .' I The sweet, ipotato. and the .,Jemaalem ""f
In this 'eonne tlo / (It' is well .to, artichoke are aloe sup
recognize tha-t method O""t construction from according tothaRavue '
come America .
'
is quite as Importa as amount of: !Sclentlflqji ... .,
,f; I yI total expenditure Thej lesson taght; SaJstfy is found In a wild state In

at D. by New 't'ork''emph/aa/ zee this fact. Greece, Dalmatla, Italy and_AJ.ger1a. .
In that State more til n $lSOOt>,00( '
According to Olivier dovSerres\ it bas ,.' -.:............
of the public funds has ben atpendec' '
been cultivated in the Lath of France "
during recent :jears In' building macadamized since the sixteenth Oentury. -- '

, .roads!! under supervision- of Turnips and radiate came origin'
a the State Some of those
Engineer. beetroot
ally from Central Europe The
1 roads, costing $5000 mile and upward and the beet which have, been .. '

Wh shown, positive and rEliable proof that a certain have been completely broker greatly' improved< by cultivation, are

JJnicdy: ni cured numerous cases of female ills, wouldn't down within( four years They: need considered as the same specie 'toy
to be resurfaced in fact, virtually TOc'onstructed -
any senslble womaa'concTu3e11ia.inTie J'< : same remedy:would at another cost of $4000 botanist*. The beet, only the stalk .,
of wilcfa is eaten.grows wild' In thC
I also benefit hefcjf suffering with the same trouble ? ) to '$5000 'a mile. Mediterranean Persia and Babylonia .

Here are two letters which prove efficiency of; LydiaPinkham's I G e 00 p a / It must be apparent that even Garlic onions, halots and leeks
wealthy Slates! like New York and .
almost
have long been cultivated In :
Vegetable Compound. Pennsylvania, cannot afford the con- .tit. J!
Is very
all: countries and their origin _
stmetlonV and upkeep bf an extensive
]te 'IJl\n"ltlt, Diles.-1 rcl/1/ are Inadequate to express what '!system of loads on such a lIC'al'fhey uncertain That of the scallion Is
Lydia IMnkliam's VejreUtW Ie Compound has done for me. I better known. It grows spontaneously
must have greater permaqence, even 'I '
n' offered Yrom i. female 'tUseftso and weakness 'which the doc 00 p o' o D IIP4 at the penalty of much larger initial In Siberia. One Adds hlves In a

Jtorll said nfts.rnuscd. by a fibre 1 tumor and I commenced to cost. On this principle the Pennsylvania .. wild state throughout the Northern( _ ,__ ._. '_
I think th..rei'Vat8 >>o help for me. l ydla I>. riiiklium's Vegetable ; Department 'ol Highways baa j lle'n iephere.

Compound made me a well woma1\after all other means had decided to Greene County roads The radish greatly\ modified by cul:

1'alled.Iy friend'are all asking wlitvt has deltas me po much with brick pave They will probably boCheaper 'I' !tivation. probably had its! origin In
.
and I gladly reronhneitd Lyclln E. 1ink haul's Vegetable Com- In the end than plain mac- tho temperate zone.bu.t from ,what' : -

pound."-Mrs.Willie"IMwards.Xlamnstend ; been : wild species It Is derived 1? not exactly
adam. In other sections It has

Maryland.. "I) *fore taking iWdla E. lnkham's l-ieK Smss3:-5 found necessary to use oil or tar ,i The known.lettuce to bo derived 1 ...

Vegetable Compound I v s weak and iiervoun, and could not binders to prevent rapid disintegration I appears
011D(11\ 1
from (the endive, wljlpi Is <
fro on my feet half n day w bout ufferiif.) Tke: doctors told t maradam roads.

t nI8 I never would be well without an operation, itmt Lydia 15.XMnkham'g Some of the Western States have In temperate and Southern Europe
done for than and In the Canaries Algeria, Abyssinia
Veg-etuble Cornponudllas more tne nil found properly oiled earth roads I
the doctors and I hope they valuable medicine may ome Into much than macadam. and and temperate Western Asia '
the hands of many more suffering oinen." Mrs. Jtteeph II. cheaper I' Wild succory is spontaneous
TianirtlGAR more durable than macadam without
andy. \ \......-. AT throughout Europe, even in Sweden
binder, when kept In shape by Fos

We will pay a handsome reward to ny person whoH11 e ter's split-log drag. In Pennsylvania I tn Asia Minor, Persia Siberia the Cultlvatod CiuicaJtua_
Afghanistan and
'-4+mlaon bv Robert Carter, In the New York American. stone Is more abundant and costs less I A-t
these letters and truthful
that not
prove to us are genuine succory Is a form of endive
probably
for transportation than in the prairie
or that either .of these women were paionn any way for 'i Made Big Slli-c'ideGains country But In urging the approprlatlon -, I' which Is thought to have had Its origin -

their testimonials, or that the letters are-published without 908 ( of State money for road In Jh Corn ftalatd l Is found wild throughout
' that the letter from each did building it Iswell to recognize the
; their permission, or original
Europe. Minor and Japan
+'- ...-* fact that plain macadam Is net\ efficient j Aslji
1
not come to us entirely unsolicited. unlf'ss" Cabba *, like nil >'pgetablcswhlcTl\:
? .
or economical (>gulalions .......,
I 2 Persons Ended MakIng .
10..8 Their Lives, oan he applied to prevent the : have boon cultivated from re-

What more proof can any one ask ? N&W RecordTn Line of Endeavor. speeding' of automobiles .thereon.- mote origin.times. Is b llevod to 00 of Huro-

PHlsbiirg DisiatchIXnnd peen

For 3O years has-Lydia been the E. IMnkhani'g standard Vegetable. for a?6p Q C'hlcago.-T4e riUme and casualtycords ing, 1004 by drowning 823 by cut I The artichoke 1s the cultivated .
remedy
Compound (' for 1908, asXpllected by> the ting throat.' 85 leaping from roofs -or of Rand and Santlunt. | form of the wild cartoon, indigenous
female ill*. No sick woman do'"l1 justice to
herself. who will not try thli famous, medicine. Chicago Tribune in is I annual sums wlndons, C5, by throwing themselves A toad ma do f .and: and saw! te' :Medelra. the Canaries Morocco

Made exclusively from roots and herbs, and s marjv show Rome Interesting< phases. In front of engines, 31 by stabbing, dust U the 1fti.,style of road making 1! the South of Franc'. Spain, Italy) and
Probably the most featureIs 27 by fire 3 and 1 by ''t
striking by dynamite
Stale "the Mediterranean UlandsApaxagus .
has thousands of cures to its credit.Mrs. designed by George W. Cooley'
T the steady Increase In the umber starvation
''t Plnkliam invite nil sick ivoinvnto of BiilcldesN nd the great percentage Embezzlements,forgeries and bank Highway Engineer. Last spring he l had Its origin In Europe

write her for advice. She -base of these thaKare traceable Ie wreckings, amounting to $13,656- made a section of road with clo1'e'rand and temperate Western Asia_ '

guided thousands to health free of charge. ptldJb4 business depiessjon and embarras: 538. are In excess of those ot last rye on a sand foundation. This I The origin of the eggplant i...India,

i., Address Mrs' I'inkham Lynn, Mass. w A. ex manta of the jeaX Self-destruction ear. Ten bank presidents, twenty- has been! very successful. The road 1 I that of the brotulbcan Is unknown as .

r due to those causes ffcew fivefold over e t cashiers, eleven bank clerks 'made from sand l and sawdust Is at 1 l...also that of the lentil' the pea,

" For lye EpizooUc' the record of the year Before, despite and our brokers have made way with Cambridge; fn Isantl County. I| checkpeaand fear-teat The last named ,

yQ 's DISTEMPER..lnk Fever the fact that the flnanclaXsiueeze be- $JOOVi,472! while agents, forgers, Four inches of sawdust was raked appears to haveM *>me originally\
;r' Fever. gan early In the fall of 1JN17 As a postmas rs. public officials, loan association .. mow'
on the sand-road after being graded. from AmericaThe '
>< Bur cur and po.ltlvs. prevantlTft, no matter how hor.*.al any ... are weapon of self-destruction tuXj"evol. managei s and ordinaryclerks"
:Inferred or "upawd." Liquid ....n on Utonvu*) art on ib. ,hluoo aad This was worked Into the sand bypassing / carrot grows epon aneou rythrfittfhout
lofi k 1 1m 1 Iliil 1 el.nf..poa imlanooui tern from th. bcxljCuro lal..m..r In Do.etand \ \er gained greatly In favorRmbozzlemcnts I comb ed have stolen only '
*
Si- ------- -
I 9h ep and chnlf r* In Poultry. Lju-ceMi M llln; lJT. .ioili ....med)'. Cur. luvoHed alar <;r about $3,500.T( 0. Some slight moral teams and as fast ait ruts \ Europe Asia Minor -:
Q La Urlpiw t among. human being and U a a... Kldnoy remodr. Mo,and al a I total than In 1907 nnd a peculiars;I II compensation wa made on the part were formed the sawdust was raked berlt. Northern China, Ab). slrifa, .
IxiltleiSlaDdllUadonn. Cut thuj
Show
out. to
K..p'1. drunrW.who
will (vl It for 7..... Fra* Booklet. ..1>10....._. Cau<&your and Curaa,' phase of this record that more Ihan I II of thirty of these nf Mp G Hntwlal ac nu want>d. I two-thirds of this crime,_ gflred on a wn a committed sulcl .with sand. This Is a new roadmak- Canary Islands

R SPOHN MEDICAL CO.: Baoen :s cal:d. (iOSHEN, IND", D.O. moneta. j. basis\ Is cjxaflfed up against A noticeable feature bf this record ing material and If successful will Chervil come from temperate -
bank officials a nit' emlloyes. The re- Is the steady Increase ofNtturder by
make south
exceedingly profitable meansof the
an Western Asia, parsley from
In looking to the future don't neglect Conversation Is a fine art which form wave seems to have had a good highwaymen and thugs, being 101
using the Immense quantities f sorrel from
and
of Algeria,
the present cannot be compared to the monstrosities effect on public officials more, than liK907. Khirop ,-
sawdust from the mills of the State.In .Xhirope and Northern Asia, the movntalni ,
of gossip. The .homicide record-deaths of That more care has been exercljed
R IN TIN I C DE6CYIPT all kinds by personal violence-Increased in hunting is shown by the deere those counties where there is of In.dla and North America, '

I.p OUTFITS 1.rforauoa !' For PATIENT. SUFFERING. over .3.90 7, but fell short of In casualties. During' the huntln nothing but sand in the roads good -&plnax4i is supposed to come from 7
-
wilts W. A.' P'OWLE"IB-. that of the previous year, The death season proper 75 persons were killed ads are impossible without the addition Northern Asia._ '" ', ', ', \\1

a4 curt S'r..t. AUa".". U.. Many Women Think They Are toll for holidaysports .aggregated and 91 Injured; and out of season .of other material Mr. Cooley For some twenty years past the .i i'/:

Doomed to' Ilatkache/ 368 deaths and 2820 Injuries 109 killed and 36 InJured.Ni total ot is ndv I experimenting with various crosnes his been u...... This. t little ".'" _
The number of suicides for 1908 160 killed and 126 injured,_ s com "'- ,' r "
SEEDS It is not rightfor women to be always in the means otyturnlng the sand into veg- tubercle: with flue, savory flesh,:which'. ;"".'r I
was 10,852 as reported public ,
.ailing with backache, urinary 'press.! The following!, !list phows the etable loaihswhich can be worked to has long been.! cultivated in' China:and A .

I ills. headache and other steady Increase of self-murder: 1899, The principal epidemic was the advantage. Tie Idea is that the sawdust Japan, I Is probably indigenous to East \

'1A7.E ship 'best hnlity symptoms of kid. 5346!!; 1900 G73r ; 1901 7245 ; cholera, which prevailed In Russia will rot.and mixing with the- ern Asia

W. Field and Garden "ney disease There is 1902. 8211! ; 1903. 8597; 1904 9240 ; and Eastern Asia and the Philip sand will form aNloam suitable for Tho tomato comes from Peru the,

a way to end these 1905! 9982; 1906, 10.125 ; 1907, 10- pines, 7700 died In Russia,, 12,000 roads. cucumber from India. and hQ pumpkin
4w.feeds direct to farmers troubles quickly. Mrs. 782 and 1908, 10,852 In the Philippines and 30000 In Such sma.Il amoun of*noney is from Guinea.-Philadelphia Rec .

?;' at.the lowest wholesale John H. Wright, 606 The, causes of these suicides are China appropriate the State for the con- ord. ,
East First St., Mitch stated as follows the classification In the Innumerable baseball fields struction of roads that the experiments
-' ,prices. We sell Clovers I i as In the case of homicides being a 65 were killed and C9 seriously injured
have limited -scale--
ell. S. D., says: 1suffered beenNpu a
I general one: Despondency, 5318; unknown nearly all of whom belonged Race Suicide In France
Seed t
; Grasses
Oats.Seed I ten years 1541 ; insanity, 810? domestic outside of the league clubs In the and the conBtructioa of roads pro The depopulation of France Is proceedlng "
I .
-
Corn Cane Seed Millet, with kidney complaint I infelicity 778; ill health 718 ; football Held 18 were killed and 318 ceeds slowly. This Sta-la spends only at an amazing rate, Tha
I and- doctor told me I would never business losses, 632 ; liquor 53C, and injured one-tenth as much on Stat roads as
Cow Peas Soja Beans I statistic for last show
a
Iv get more' than temporary relief. A disappointed in love 519 The persons who rock The boat does New York In relation o the year .

: Peanuts, Seed Potatoes, I dragging pain and lameness in ely Three thousand one hundred and have drowned 8. and the criminally value of the property.-St. Pau 10- red ,Jon In the birth rate even be .

Onion Sets.Carden Peas .back almost dlskpled: ) me. mazy I two persons shot themselves. In the reckless who didn't know It was neer Press.Costof. low thevflgures of 1906, with an tai I
the i remaining cases 2735 died by poison; loaded have killed 41. and wounded .; crease mM eaths. Tbere'were'8f,878
spells came and went and kidney -
Garden Beans, all kinds Secretions were irregular. Doan's 1936 Jby asphyxiation, 1041 by hang- 21. Good Roads. ''i l** births InsUm entire country In

I Garden.Fleld and Flower ll-OTvthan in ie preceding year, -
Kidney Pills rid me of these troublesand The commissioners of Cpe.ter'Coanty. '

L'a 'Seeds; Land '.Plaster andFertilizers. I foel better than for years past.* I Pennsylvania, recenfly received and lt93; more deaths. There wa .

b I Sold by all dealers. 60c. a box. France is the World's Banker bills from the PennsylvaniaState an ealces\of U.D 21> deaths owes ,,;F 'J

M a ; Write us for Foster-Mllburn Co.. Buffalo N. Y. Highway Department for improvements birth In t Q the ratio of births .i

:prices and samples. was lip to 15,000 o> popula
( Seeing the humor of a situation *-....-* made on certain publlo \
/ State:what.you want. helps to tide one over many rough roads in various townships of the ton; in 1907 It f lH. 207. Ttm fall

places. Enormous; Yearly Savings-Great Investments .county, as follows Westtown, $15.* tag off took p!&o* In d tII, (


jVlll j\\ [ SEED[[O GO.(L .Cured. ' In 0 to 14 Days. ,.' : } ro Wealth Is JS | 100 '. 008.81 11,99'.11; BehuylkllU; Avondals)8.8f ;borough valley wall Tile Av decline. showed of Urtfc a slight.I In lucre tke out.

paY6f itcat n gelltbndtUlmeesdanborrPrettrrediny, Per Capita. U6 11II.u. Thee amounts eovsr the lying!: rustle regioas inmost, alarny

lita in 11014 d.,.or mop y r fund.d. 80* ,_ v oontract price the extras, the Inspection ing. The excess of deaths oocorriid
213! SECOND AV[.. N, the engineering and surveying,. in 6t departments that la the Seller
a wealthy man: can get truly Farts.-Although general trade Glared succession taxes It is admittedly ,
Only
r .=NASHVILLE TENN. eloquent on the advantage of poverty Conditions In Fra.nee. as In other far below the-real figures. etc. The Btate pays two-third of the which Is practically Paris, being the

European countries, suffered in ItW, In addition Mr. Leroy Beaulleu expenseth* county pays *ne-.ixth largest. Wra nOt to 1906 Inclusive,

CLOVER; SEED largely because of the reduction in takes' no account. of the great amount and the township pays one slth.. the popalatkm of France showed an

Tetterin Cures Piles American demand following the pf gold and securities which the j jNeI'O's average increa of 18 a year for each r
AL.hMIy "On application of T.tt.nn. cured me financial crisis, figures submitted by French, especially the peasants, keep Golden House.
i.. .... M ....*. OsH 10,000 lakahHants. In 1906 UU j
for flue
of a case of Itching pIlM I had M. Beaulieu and other statisticians concealed. These probably rival the
............ Leroy
is _. Hoard of from BO aonto y.ara" The "OoldeaHouse" of Nero teems, dropped to 7. sod last year It changed '.
' !? BalMrl Surd OMiUirT turrwt- 8 C. at the end of the year regard-t hidden treasures of India.
t of: wlalln. W wlk.att.r.teding hay,or se c.Ioe rKU=.(..er.worth..0WI | TatUrln Baynard our.Bnton.. Ec..m Waltarboro. T.tt.r, lung Ing the wealth of the French people During the last :afteen year.'G21400,000 .- from all accounts, to have ben the to a decrease of t in 10000. This s
aurgnlacent
praar Biff ed oatalnc. tree or ..a4. lOe.UWamMroraaiplaf rep::: :", Ground Itch Itching PIU';i0'h: demonstrate the Imposing strengthof In gold Was loaned abroad most stupendous dwelling place ever is nee suicide with a vengeance
Mill Alfalfa, atoo 1)11L Sore Head Mmpl l Boll, France's financial position and her yet the excess impprtatlon amountedto built for a mortal man. Even if we J"
.
.
L IUM DoAar OraM, 0.'". W_&. HkfteT. M .. Hraly Pateliea on the Face, Old Itching -
faaallr worth..e of uy......'. ynas. &0 r.... Roma, Dandruff' Catikrd. Scalp OunlonauCorna. right to the title of "the. world'sbanker. 785800000. In 1900 the gold regard the ancient descriptions as nosir AND 1
:a I .Mart wlifc.Or,..d 1*...and wS add a camf Chilblains and every form of ." France's fortune is grow- holdings of the Bank of France Increased somewhat exaggerated it.remains one PLWH.- .
. ,... f>.*._.edy.tgo.voreS iMforaby yon Sklh\ HI l,,..... T.Ue.ID. 60c; Telterln.Soap ing steadily as.the result of an an- by $200.000.000; they now houses built Good Health From' 'KJght Food. !
&. C.. U crna Wit. i&c. Tour rtru. l.t, or by mall fromth ot the largest royal ever
tAUZ SO <<: *> A. (! of much stand at $700,000,000, the largest ,
{f, I :* manufacturer, Th. Shuptrln Co nual saving 1,000,000,000, and the Internal decorations seem to (
Savannah.!: Oa. of which must seek Investment In the,history of the bank. The other magnificent, "It's not a new food to me'" remarked j
: sotITH abroad.M. banks bold $833800000. have been incomparably a Va. man in speaking of ..
Scorn is the of weakness
.j FARM LANDS armor Leroy Beaulleu's figures show The balances of trade, which In It was surrounded by park QOdl Orape-Nuts. .
,.I; ,GeORGIA for ho strong soul stoops! to hurt by that France now receives $360,000000 ,- 1893 amounted to $140,000,000 and pools of great size which l1II>>ear "About "

.I.' AMY SIZE TKAOTJ. TERMS OIVE" Scot nlng.n. _._ as an annual Income from foreIgn against France, are now In France's to bar been entirely within the twelve months ago my wlfwas 1\
'
'r'f. tan-th.irav pianrar. loeat.d..t .thou.t.&e.man. of of,..n"t"BDuth Rmt LaxaU.-o.rfield Tc..l CompoMd holdings which are principally favor. Increased taxation, however walls. The colonnades of the house In very bad health could not

41.1...... from ether S.etlona. I know 'be' p.pl. of lierbi, it exrrU a txmeficial fffect government stocks, the amount hav- keep. pace with the Increased wealth, Itself extended a mile in length and keep anything on bar stomach. The
nd U* eo D.'''''. 1 bars farm that DIU.'. the entire lyatem, rrgulatuig liver ing been almost doubled in the last the budget of 1909. owing to the pure of the main thoroughfares Doctor recommended milk half water
upon
....., ib. ekanet of your 111 ton bowel.. chase of the Western Railroad crossed One but.It .
$4. ol4-II , of
.
,, saom..hesp.
Day .. C.or.ia. wealth of theFtench people at extraordinary expenses in connection "A, _friend. .of mine Ujld me ODe day
I.R7tdONROE.'AbbeTUl. n ransacked for masterpiecesof
;; 'CfiRTAlNTf.I 45,000.000,000'{ e,/ pore than $1100for with Morocco: ; being the highest in Bast w to. try Or p -NuU and cream '
The
:- I every man woman and child, the history of the country not excepting Greek art for the Interior. The i
; remit
" "J,,....".. is might fine and as the estimate is based on de- the war period. walls shone with gold and pearls, and was really marvelous. My( I
wife
r It you once kin gut in lino. -. the roof rested on marbfc columns of soon regained her usual etressthl ''

a. Sailln' onward, at your caa ? Sergeant Draws Big Sum Color Rays a Care For enormous size and beauty, The and to-day'ls as rosy.and plump u

$- Mi. 7tJ5 J ZPASSEDi Same as summer >bree e. Through Army Deposit Flan. Inebriety and Crime.Philadelphia. American. when" a girl of izteen. .-
_
Sometimes there will come a squall. Tbese- an plain fact and nothl
r
I San Francisco, Cat.-Charles Harvey .-Cases of drunken I eo
Hut the berm It does is small; a retired soldier, who has been ness and of juvenile depravity cured 'tllreee6I'II ago H. O. Allely bought *ay prate* of Orape.-Na(I i t

w iv Some harsh words a.n' repnrteo post quartermaster sergeant at Fort by application of varl-colored lights a 189-acre farm near Tabor Kan, value wlelacP..te of IB tile" least >

r<.utin .I .rlmd .Then e.1 quiet as kin be. Rosecrans for some time drew from 'were presented by Dr. J. Frank Wal- paying (IBSBJI sore Each year the this great fo6d. ,.. r.
e.pyd.rI lls,. -of the Norrlstown State Insane Name' given L1t1.Pqitnm Co, UnMle ,
O nce" you are 'a candidate.: 'Colonel George R. SmltblCblef-1J1- rrm dill well .r him in the matter et -
ba has Asylum before the Philadelphia Medical Creek::, Mtoh.: Read. "The Road to
13.000 the amount
Peerless leader, proud &Q' great. master $ \ crops, and he has lost sold U .at
saved from bll-lIay.throuch the army Society. WellTilU. in pk .. "Thero's a Ilea. ..:i!
Then future is assured H66 an acreOem ..
your deposit plan. "Light-starvation, the doctor. declared . son. "
Are your place< in life secured; This is the second "causes criminals Ayer '''
rsAidlyreplaotngthasteam read the above letter? A BMWI "t',
engines are
I [lo atoodjoti Jf'-ou-ylaL .chief paymaster this department11aa "With the development the'uaeof"1IlfhCener '
curative"agent. I1cta.in.maller-factort.. 'onuppeara.1\roua\ time..ttine>. ,!XberL .,,r.
lf>you,c1'OD't70u: run. agentWasbingtos_ . ever pald'tb a soldier. Besides. ao are geaaine, b'IIe.1I4 fall ot hin ... '
>* I this- amount Harvey will receive for drnakcniisM and crime; will disappear Thai give twice as much power f ..t
;v Stat.I tercet.r .. r.I
.. j the rest of'bl.Ilfej61.50_a . the same nuantlty of tu91. .
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Inn 6iUNI fiS. WHITE CRAB. WAR LICK;: "
"BLUE LAWS" 1NFDHCEPeraacola THB STINGY TiaHTWAD. /. THE J
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"I Hippos jouf wife was tickled -,

"; With the Jacksonville exposition- io death at your rale ,Ju h141'fr"Sh. \One -of'the Many Curious Creatures S1ft'\\tl rr s SheetMetalMarlulacfurIOUC.., ,
Peoplo are' fair, the state fair In Tampa -and ,
made to the mardj vgras 'festivities in Fens..- will be." That Com P'remlil'J"uda.\ .0 W. AUbso- St. ATLANTA. CJU' "

' .Obs rv. Sunday cola will be .a Ifvely1, month In the: tlfmrtnt rou.itolj: her yetf \;temarkableVaV. the trblte crab} Hot Air'MFurna'ce... '
Pld state / .-zto; I thought I would enjojr my. not since '
now at tbe! Aquarium' long METALA COnHIOS. CK1UNO8

.q BUSINESS, HIT ARBESTED i The 'winter. has 'been exceedingly 'eelt\or.a- 0wpl\ )7ofweeks., UrA'WNashville .. arrlVed 'from .Bermuda. Trunk.b:L-. ..'ExSeQ Vantilatora- Skyll.h., Roofing. '

mild up 'to date. !tiny day -- American. .crab tiT, call them down there be- ,; .
Simply for Cola OI' t. Th Wr"Of fioM U have, been aa warm as those of June, (.uredRL.um.ltam.. t :* causeof, the" fancied resemblance ot Cleanses Cured. .
the Cancels
Order te--Rad Their Meta It -Is all very, pleasant except to the the Vpart of their body to the System "
upper ,
i fruit have Nearly .everybody, Unsusceptible to a"twinge 1 ,
_. ... .ri.t-MaU. ,\ growers.1'eacheg yielded. top'of.'aD '01d. a.ItIoMd-"rouDd' 'top- rae \ wyy: 'Df t".tl s.sdi il'''-Ueae.ri"l4t" tf"iet'e.e'
., to the coquetry of the"weather and yfjteumaUim.sciatica.; ;:!toothache ; < h. '......... Ce Sorter I. n.world a.. _
are blooming as freely as though" htadache and jt'!&- 'trunkbut.purse\ \ crabs tier mliht DvspiU\ coVfc" < pQdQC< Is e.Mse Dancer' T.rsrs sass
FensacolaFIa..- The! Florida- t>lu or neuralgia. I. an( <: Sduato tee. scenes. .. . I.t: d
laws were" strictly enforced'ta fenaacola. were late Februaiy,.'much. to theuneasiness' ., never safe to be without- good remedy more Vapour*tely be called, from theircloser" '..'Howard.....1.1. Moss ,... o. .1'11.1.... aedrss,,..
1 V VV Sheriff VAn Felt's order to.ar. of growers. If. a. frost' Is to ''tor an'.emergency of-this kind.' Mkenrtas In shape to 'that I of CoasCtpat On: J. L 1I0WARP. .... ._' 1

rest all persons attempting to perform come aa no doubt It must, it were 'Mo matter. 'what kldd bee pain- you a>clam- hell 1 purse. M naturally:taetsstru\Y.\S/' : .!-* 56'. aIna.I Al..i

Sunday work being limited only by well that It., came.b fore' the vitality bar: the beneficial effect of fi1osn'sIJokuest White!la a *:malnlfJbe crab ha-

i the .laatructlon of the county solo of the tree Is further expended': ,iithe la Immediate. You lay it on across lis bafck-brown.nxirklngfi Q..u.u.o.u"l4t.> : 4FURS
t We
!tot, who advised him that. he Would swelling fault; it th> he of brown aUf
whatever and a give re appearanae Beat! ManJVcttteu ax\d.Gu\Jt
-no rubbing
lightly
have'no'right.to.stop the operationoftralna. An-hides to ioUimes 1 and'a 1* coil- Ihfl. vetoed white\\ marble, IU two big_ :

,, ;' street car and-public -hacks, tamed .la-the. De .mbe -Jumbel'.of.. DleasaaLwermtti.htIe1Latonce. 'claws are of Ipurlous' .8ape'wd rery. \\-yOUOa: Hide. and
Liniment penetrate right to the bone
.r the solicitor holding that these wenVU'bllo Florida Health Note. The fourth
necessities.- volume will begin with the Januar; andquickly 'stops the pain. broad at welrl tlpe. When heWhitecrab To gQ\ Its 'benQ c.o.cn.. ; wonty..th.rs'f.g.w.aessuwCVa.j; ,

\PromineDt.buaineis,men. 'upon Lear. number. The index shows a wide Mn Ch.... J. Budlong of Anthony. cloe a this. two clair together atwllys buylht QulA. ,
.
their offices, where they had gone toread rang. of Information on sanitary'mat' R. I.. Box 125. writes: "For many In front thelrl) broad tipi meet and ,--- V C.M..S.eUYJsRriM.sAel. i

their morning;- mail were, placed ten that its page have contained In year I was a great sufferer from the claws f, In rough to the body, WM c...... *m. w. .........

under Arrest; and'were arraigned on the last two volumes. This official rheumatism. My hips would .swell to of which they now aJmost seems to bea C Lt-FORNIA ...Iz.1.1. 1II1.S6-00w IJ._l..,
charges of violating the laWprobtoItlng organ of the state board of health hasa and knee patt-wbl the crab's smaller claw L.. --..-..bear.r r..a

working; on the Sabbath.! Al! circulation of about 14.000. it la i a enormous proportion my when folded fit against the body ---- ---. IWoo.o ;
store Including fruit stands, sort publication every adult FlorIdian Joint would pain me lathe moat, ex like up claw FIGSYRUO.. ..a B..a I III Li I ..lib Write IWM. ........
manner imaginable. with sniigness. eo when its ... ...... id
drink establishments, etc:,' were clod, should read.Governor. cruciatingawful .ill ...-. .
are all held Woa the white crab: i>resents SOLD BY ALL LEADING DRUOGtSir
ed, and not eren's cigarette could, be Qllchrlst suggested lit bin I used often to have to fall from the \ not-unlike Sabal Bon,'

f 'purchased. inaugural addressthat.! the attorney bed Into chair and thence to the floor a ahap\e and butllne j'-one Nt CAly.>regular' -fricf" 50'per bottle.. U. Market SU LMJISViUf.KT, (1(1r
i .
Sheriff Van- Pelt, with a large number general should _be relieved of his duties when I wanted to get from mybed.. that of a blglegg some/wh&t/ flattened.New .
. of special deputies, was out early} .as a member of the-.board of pardons I u..d.onl,- .ome six or eight bottle York pun. '. \ The man who dares, doe. .

- f and a decidedly close* watch was kept so that he could represent tho+ of your celebrated LJnlfnent .and was On romo Quinine"That

In the business section, strict orders state In cases of parties seeking par* 'cured. I cheerfully recommend Its use Only is Latative" Bratno Quinine<< took CAPUDINECURES

;, having: been given the deputies to ar done before the board. The stata to all rheumatic sufferer*. Refer to lor the signature! ol U. W. Or. ..... Used the FertilizerMIXING

rest every person 'observed working should .ba represented before the me If you so deI.... All letter an- World over to there( a Cold in Dae Day 3So.
_' or who -attempted- - perform-any : board by some legal officer able to swered/ -! COLDS: MACHINERY l;
work. present and guardIts Interests. The ] FLURRY IN FINANCE': ItR.m.V.. AWT CAFACITT. . V"

The enforcement of the blue laws, trouble Is In this case Is that It would A mean trick fo..-. man to play on Reporter-Now, what wee the wont- and GRIPP the Cause,. ATLANTA UTILITY r WORKS

some of which are more than fifty require another constitution amend a girl who rejects' his proposal declares money panic >u-ever saw? Relieves the. aches and fevsrUbnesa.? scat POINT.&.. a.. I
years old; U due to the announced ment to change the composition of tho New York Press, I* tc I ,- CMrtstae N_ A.....HI<.
Great Financier
determination of the sheriff put a bo- -Last week when
to. the board and*tbal could hardly "
stop to criticism, which has' been come effective In less than two years. take her. at her word. n 10-cent piece rolled to the floor ot A SCIENTIFIC TRgATMCNf: row ,..

rued of him for his alleged laxnean Last:: month Was the dryest December DREADFUL DANDRUFF. a street car and five wooden claimed HJclcv l '* Whiskey, Drugs Cigarette and Tobacco tbblts;

l In enforcing laws during the past In fourteen years In this section, -- It-Town! Topics. . Also HKCRA8TBXKIA or HERTZ: ZIHAU8TIOtf.Adrlal..c,4.

two years. Having Just entered upona the warmest In nineteen ,'ear&, The I Girl's Head Encrusted-Feaml Loss ...'..." 1"b; Specialists! for thirty yean. Correspondence' soaadsaxUaa.. r
second term Sheriff Vant Pelt an maximum temperature for the month I of All Her Hafr--Haby Had Milk- a. n. QasBU's 8oi"s,of AtlU>1a, Go., Sri ', \, I'' The Only KoeCey InsUlvte In Osmrsrisw ,, .

able nounced to that put he a stop thought to he criticism would be of was on the tat, 80:6 .6 .6 .6 .0 t Crust-Missionary's Wife Made world.the only See successful their liberal Dropay offer 8polallstii In; advertise in the :"":'_.' 229 Woodward Ave.. ATLANTA. GA. P

was on the 1st .80 degrees; the minimum Perfect Cures by Cuticura. meat IA another oolumn of this
paper
his official conducts but the people for the month, on the 9th 89degreos. For several years'my husband was a

of Pcnsacola seer dreamed that lu So says faction;! Director A., missionary in'the Southwcut.' Every one in KesuKi obtained in test or tno I FREE--1908 Atlas of the WorldFREE.1V

I would he. did close the city up aa.tlgb.tlyas J. Mitchell's monthly meteorological I that high and dry atmosphere has more or Maxim silent firearm before the Urflt- With 11.00 for a" ti'f utat\vuou to Farmers'Unlea Qui....at 11.00 toe......1.....>.pl_kwk
Y __ surpmflry. lose trouble ":with dandruff and my daugh ed States Army board are reportedto will bt MIK md.r a funiMM 01 ..llif ctlon n aooer ..hanol.... Co iUI,_.b..des rp of the miM
I' JAIL BREAKERS TALK. Florida lettuce sold 'at New York ter's scalp became so encrusted with it that have been encouraging the ex- mat tin. U. .. br .......a victim >n4 bk.r.pbr of...rr "..Ide..of.... O. ....tmcMli Taft;MtllB. &
.
I was alarmed for fear she cap wok dooM cm r>B ma ".01,11" ee'd'. principal' Cain and POI*'''_. |MC_fiil .tt*..mmuom.Th '
.. last week at $2 to J2.SO for the best would lose all plosionbeing only faintly audible. > OMW.k.patoeostdutotb.gnat..k. of lh. ratmira' Unlw-local,oast'?.IUW sad
Brooks Brothers Tell How They Escaped stock, with the demand good; while her hair. After trying various remedies, in The muffling is obtained at utloul; ..a...-c....a.rl_ ...... .>ia>lac... from Prison. the ordinary stock brought $1.25a desperation I bought a cake of Cutie raI some expense I _'.pegs aa4 eorroipimttenca p_Itd. tMf NMIlhll tit llralBfUm AIL '

Gainesville. Fla.-S. I B, and O. U. basket, market easy. AR usual Floe- I Soap and a box of Cuticura Ointment. of velocity -r

Brooks \the brothers .who spent four Ida lettuce tops. the markeL I'' They left the scalp beautifully cleaji l and I ,
free from dandruff and 1 am happy to Pimples, Itching Humors, Rheumatism Blood:
,
months In the Levy county jail at An--Increase In one year of 13 per say j
that the Cuticura .
Bronson awaiting the session of the cent In postomce stamp hales, of 10 I .ue"... I have Remedies also used. 'Were a complete I Poison, Eczema Bone

1 United States court upon .a charge per cent in the number of money prlers the Cuticura Remedies successfully B'B B B dl B. Bolanle Bleed Balm la the only I Wood r.nt. and who gained for so-called milk the blood and than purifies aendlnR flood or pun rich blood direct.
of counterfeiting In ,
J Issued and over 50 per cent crust' on baby'a head. Cutirura is a bless ...rf_, Bouea Jolnu and ..b.....* (n disease .....,od. In tills war Irt
their freedom by sawing their way number of orders cashed Is a pretty ing. M.... J. A. Darling 310 Fifth! St.. Uloera mplesaruytton.s.sh.eledan. 'ou... palna and aches of l1.alll1,1
out of prison a few weeks ago. are husky Indication of buslnuss proper Carthage Ohio, Jon. 20, 1008." r .ceaae, swelllnn inbalde. B. B. B completely chsn.es the body .ftlo ol.aa. .
now confined In the Alarhua county Such Is the record of the Pel!- I condition, a-lvinc the skin lha Hah re'bus of nerfaet h.allh. B. II B. | t'LbresT1lroag4thaBlood
to Ity. Potter Drug & Chem. Corp., Sole Props. wont old eaaes. Try It. .! oo _larsre bottl at ...... with . Y
jail and having voluntarily come sacola postofflce for the year 1908.Pcnsacola I of Cuticura Remedies, Boston Mesa a r 4 for horns euro. 8AMPUS rRKB! by wriilag MUSWfm D"1. CO..AU..
Gainesville and surrendered to tho I -
,i Is experlenclnq; the same The Sugar Trust scales seem also,
authorities. rush of former liquor dealers from have in P U T M FADELESS DYETS. :
'Then men were seen In their cell I Alabama which Jacksonville has had to down a little n-batlne a NA : ,
.
and to be In the the New York World dlsFLAQ'FOR '
the appeared ,
at Jail of their from Georgia all anxious for a sham quiet. way OoIormo.-.brta'bter.DdI.._odor. lhn fly otlier dr.. On. loo .........* eaten %.III...... Th.r die In eol<| vests beLL.e..... axr ntMe ye. 4T- 'b
beat of spirit, talklnr: freely of the profit of irrigating the dry ter>- 'covers. ease 47e any suoxat wllbuut rlpplag.pert.: Writ for trw booklat_How to Die, UlMatt and MIX Oolora. UUNUUK UU.VU CU. tlalMV, llli..'.. Jt.
escape how It was effected, and their ---- ""
rltory of the elate which they formerly
actions and movements since they se- Vtlch
supplied. The stream
: cured their liberty. They .stated.-that NORTH POLfe.Peary Jar
flows northward from the Deepr Water Suiting Meat to the Season. I
the saws flies etc., which were /afar (Pity| win rival that from/the Gat-5 I Prof. Barrett Wendell of .. .. w
In theM workof escape were Harvard
jiloyed found in the cell biit could not say City of Florida, and the/funny paragraphers Has Silken. Star Spangled was laughing the other day at the ?, :; o;;JJ.:

I who placed them there. However eiillon between will have the to Iwo divide_ Florlda.clLM their at-,_ Presented" by D. A.- R. 9IIn'I'n" British censor's refusal to allow the"Oedipus a: _; "kV

-theymediately pressed ahem into captain Peary hopes to Rex," 0Sophocle; to be W
service and only a short time wan I performed in London. Y+
the North Pole the- silken Star and
,; required to open A space sufficient to Hattlesburg. Ms8.( (J. boasting of \
"Censors said the .
raising strawberries in' January. Flor- 1 Stripes presented fo him by the noted teacher,

give Having them successfully their liberty.made their escape da is now sending out many carloads Daughters of the American Revolution. and critic, "are always like tllIIt.\vbT. i. EVERY MAN ,. '

and cleverly. eluded the Jail atfendanU. !! luscious berry,' together with I The president general of theRational there was a censor once in ifome-" ,

,they at once proceeded to rreng8a. grapefruit, plneaftilea and all! Society Daughters of the a He sml ted.

.a their home here where they aatiplled kinds of vegetables, while waternielns AmerT, <3u!! Revolution" made''public This censor licensed a play called .. !,

themselves liberally with bedding and ar'e often enjoyed for Christmas j thp"pHowinT* leUy which she received Widows and Septuagenarians. The HIS OWN DOCTOR .. .
V
other ctwplnr paraphernalia, when Ifnner..on. the lower peninsula. Flo from tbO' explorer": second act of the play took place In a ( ,,: Q,
!
_
they took to the woods and established da strawberries were moving, to tho" r *- . v.?,-rta ? *J reelaurajjt, U open! wooded ham market the first part of December1., Peary Arctic Club. "
In'a.den.el, \t1
a camp alter ; \
"W a beefsteak; > Jlinstraled'Book, eoataJnlog V '
1'2 ., 1mock'; wherejhey have 'bejj: .*:;.l ,non T! mat r,:. ..int' to Improve schoolnoTtrea North Polar Expedition 1908. 800-page '
;.2 !f
'''' 5 J '' ; "Well to this speech the censor appended valuable intormatlon, showing bow to treat ./'i\; \ A ,-
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over direction EX ah ,
I
nosh! MS; 1! Jam since. and Trounda'fn the ';
"'
.
4 . tho' following marginal note: ... ,: and cure diseases with simplest .l edJoIl1". ,,; ;... ""
; to their healthfulness, tuO Seamahlp Roosevelt Etab, '
i of adding \ -"- 'When the piece 1* performed duff' Tie! book contains analysis of ooortshlp and .
TUBERCULOSIS. and the
". WAR ON comfort beauty and of teachers attractiveness pupils of bou.eoMId / Mr Dear Madam: I hope you will Ing Lent the actor Instead of calling '.;. is vriage; rearing and manacemeDt"ohhlld- \y" m

Exhibition Soon to B* Made In Jack grounds, Is general throughout pardon my Involuntary delay In acknowledging for, a beefsteak will order aa omeletor \.. Vu, beside*.valuable presoriptiona, recipes It. '+,

sonville. the south. Worm, working; together [ your exquisite banner. It flsh. "Washington Star. /, V to. Will be "/
Jacksonville, Fla. The Florid taken Is nc- dlea to say that I deeply air.predate' CENTS. Address
in clubs\ or singly, have a on receipt of SIXTY I Ii.
Boosters' Club has been Invited to great Interest In this matter !In. recent I your Interest aud kindly ex to. \p

. boost the fight against In erculoaJ.. )''ear. All these things have ,a pressions. Contagion on the Move. PUBLISHING HOUSE

The following letter ha been sent bong subtle Influence ou the present The banner Is banking on the walls D..Vel' Wy has recently completed a i.e I ATLANTA N

to the club from the exhibition headquartersof whichIs and future life of the adolescent. oC my cabin. OOd willing. It shall go Job of moving a Dwelling bou e. In toto lle-llS mcraJ Av...AtUats. Oat.

the located tuberculosis in Florida for the next man or woman. to' the point which la my heart's de- one of. the hduses which Mr. Ver Wy ,

Tbe cold weather In the north I I. sire. I thank you for the honor. I set about to move there waa a case of td.

three"Tbe months American: tuberculosis exhibition !- causing the tourists to travel southward sash your great organization all possible scarlet fever but the mover set to ::1
train brings its full .
Is coming to boost and It calls and every which prosperity.' May all\ go. well ,work and transported the house pa- ,''t
boosters to do a twin quota of passengers to Ocala with and tlen and all.-Grand Haven 4IlfLiI! ! ; .
brother upon all act good In boosting. resorts Is the center and In of Itself a number,offers of many famous inducement -, you R. E.yours.PEART U. 8. N* Tribune. (Mich.)' .. -..:. -.-;. .::.::::.::q::::.:::;;;::;: .. ,'

The exhibition Js .for the boostIna :;
to those seeking amu.eJllflnt -
: of long life, good health, continued well as protection from the
happiness, larger purchasing powers as '" ._
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weather of'the notrh. Hunting ,
. continued producing standards. ability of and living Is cold a favorite sport with the tourist, A well-equipped testing plant h". UPS AND DOWNS. Work I* the punishment of the commonplace e .;: .r t.O.lek

1 S. the railing eminently of factor the worthy of consideration game:: of all kind being found In been established at Boulder, Col., "Matrimony has Its ops acid r Individual but the reward :U rosy '

toy those worthy the glad: large quantities in'this section. The under the auspices,of the State University downs,". remarked the scatxyhalredbenedict to'the' gifted and talented. -b RNIeL,
; comfortably filled and the
. hotels are '
to Investigate the matter of
,
title of booster TYPEWRITERS] lass.. wNllee b.t.se
present busy appear.
. "The exhibition la-a Jacr sonvllle enterprise street a very utilising the great: amount of flre- "Wnafa the answerf queried the AnM.-....-...........,..- --...wetass.q VVV dsy. M.cu yet.a.t.at.iy'' '
t and a Florida Interest. We ance. killed timber ."which la to be foundIn confirmed bachelor."It '" haw dd ataaarta ot SO to to p.sepqe' ;;: lgM.h..xdhLga.Mralsee l
..
exhibit material Ideas and administrative Strawberries and oranges are now that State. m maneta.rrf 000It w seat.. Wrk On M.M.Crawr*tea- *
bring to
keeps toe wife busy: trying -t& -----tO-- -
: aid from the outside; but going: out ''n .large quantities from the bur c=' far. of wrHtns ,.4 Sesciau.ts. MSAwsMaTsW-
and at areeng Mrs WinsWs JBdotbing Bynp CJbMrsa Jceep up appearance and .the atTW'f.rIU'i AI.BM CIA.-.a. 4r
exhibition her : :Tampa Lakeland district-and good prices '
t I the r= I'F, It V.rkj-
. and Pensacola are' essentially of the realised. by the grower The _ai..aohoDllth.IUJII8.r..t.inflamma.: band busy trying;; to keep down"ex- SEIIm
wind eolM.a&q botUsAlaskan
.. There Is out by the tins alias o 40.euro a ," replied the other with a y ra.K.wt.wew .
state and for the slate. no ranges: have been eolne pensea whit.C ATtox AL PATKY POVILTY VBIBIstr10Y
. promotion of outside Interests. carload the majority of this delicious Birds In California.. large, openfAce sigh...-Boston Post D0.,IMsel asst ses.Ndg.PtU.e ea
fruit having been -shipped. There I I. At an early howthis morning several .- '

(GJFTS FOR RETIRING( OFFICERS.Remembrance : still a good many orange In the country flock: of strange'bird nunibermg. ,- .100 'Ibrward. 91OO.

which will b..' held until later. :..tbonaanda came Into the city. -Lams teailsTs el this paper will beplsased to y
for Qev. Broward, Attorney Good shipments of strawberries are wind thai & .* is at least one'dreaded diaa 1 I
on the wings of-a big rain And :
D Qsnsral and R. R. Corn.Tallahassee about three times each, *a*that Mnee haw"sai abU to evre in all
out
Fla -In 'tho executive going storm; avail this morning, the bodler ita staces.ukdthatisOaterra. 1IaI&'ac.tarrtr
two veryleafcant week. of* many oC.tlra fowl were ftnuid. lytogfoam Can 1 W the self postUve tare now known to
i
aW commission office occurred In' the The.' Tampa state fair -managers In the downtown street and Inpark. the radical fraternity. Catarrh being a consuMtKxuU -. tfr
happenings to set aside ,a special section dawn requires a oartit4tiooatrsatpMnt. \ y VV
wa o' resentAtlone to retiring officials for purpose exhibits of the products and handiwork } .. The air. We filled last fight JUU'.C tarThCiir i lakenlnuenallyectiag

of the race In Florida with crt.. of strange! fowl which attreated diWUy upon Us Wood and...-.
thVniembefs of his cabinet Oov- negro roosted car surfaecs f\is) systsm.thsTwby deatroying
air .tb..1eotrlo lights
; By entries from itT
and to encourage ?
with a Ik*foandatioa of the disease,and giving
-
. ernow Broiraro was presented parts of the state. They willhave 'upon the buttdng Oi f"feir xhauled toe p tat strength by baikitDg! : .p the eonstiutioa METALLICHEELS
.. i handsome allverNspTfee set, urn sugar an equal showing In the competition In the streets. Investigation today sad assisting nstore is doing Its +

, bowl and creanipiteher. upon B heavy for prizes. Negroes won a number of showed that many of the birds wereof work. The proprietors have tr> much faith
\ silver salver. SX. at the Marlon county fair at .N its curative powers that they offer OneHaodred & COUNTERS
prizes Alaskan rarlety and the only'
Attorney General EHIs receivedfrom fortunate at Dollars for any _.tbat it tails to I .L ..
silver Ocala and may be as for their in this Bend for list of Ustitnoniab. Ad4ressF. : l ;
the same source-"Beautiful accounting presence eurer ....1'. : tt.
mayonnaise bowl and -spnon. In a Tampa, lat} dda la that they: were engaged .J. CBKHBrr & Q)..Tole o.U. I Made of,StooliwhedoreagBwerk. -t

\ handsome satla case The go rubs The Alachua county farmers are having In Fong' filcM to'the southern cones Bold hV Hall'Urmista.Family TSo.I.ske IMU to. eonsUpatioo.Duetless Fa ltfi.wyQuarry.s.t F.P.aohed -The Ise asoa Vaks sad leD Kara...'.CS.OO I V Vek
trouble ftndlng.a,marltet fr their .60.ho.s nan 1.3//1'0tJaer llaaataabuw I
'
affect bT 4s
seemed much ?
especially, : from their northern summer haunts aU __ 'ft "
hauled to .
bales .vbbMtdR
fe* cotton. Many .were. Automobll rbr.arIpwYeu
regard
of the = 'i
this demonstration .
members of his cabinet Aachua a few days ago: 'by farmersrb and had been deterred from their ::: Is.uM.ka: 1 for him oy the speech of were forced to haul the fleecy route,by beavy 'windsand l-alns.' The' [ Saw sdoe Tlwr are ,9>-:::':":"wb .a.onaySsMsabpeas.rnsebt.,' 4
and replied to presentation to
. commission omce asimilar tayle ack home because there were moat aqUoeabJe'bird.. ware In the' Loudon : as.y -.. Your shoe eWWJua -"S-tl. .l.. W -,... J!

In the., scene railroad was being enacted. Tha no buyers. ,Cotton ha long been- regarded -' '. nothefn. pbak>rpe, itd the night DenVono. I tions,to trj:-joutdtfferenttnethodsofnrlolmUIng alms .s " John P. "aa certaid.money crop, but The former bird are rarely 'the dust nuisance.: One blow-nltMasoa. 'TkeylUlo*. .. ::..M Mss.W=- i.s s..ap :..:::! ;
retiring commissioner Hon. toMpok as If It cannot be : .W .. she*. A pair will ..... old Mg Y.ea.d N r,,..,,.,...,.. Yns --' <
Morgan, waa there presented with a this begin to Tuniish the cash. aeen outside .of Alaska or In tire tar ot.the antnnoblles was egulppedwith .....a.d as saw. Seed br .book "Nt".eo4 le"pr. W4.rre fiat_........I .... .

, ,,handsome gold-headed cane.PLIGHT. depended on south.-San Bernardino Correspon- theN>atent ..hau.t' suction de U did Idls all abed. ....... MsM.rw-_ .v w_M._.M a.e a..qsee.dyIstIMrM.d Me:ru.o'.. .
/S'r -- At the' recent meeting 6f the Florida Afence San rraneiao Cbrnqlrle: ... vice. TheX pipes' are supposed7 to I rf.-.L.. '

.. OF A BACHELOK.Oov. ., annual conference of the Methodist Itch eared to SO minutes by WoolfonTsBajitajy ,, suck up the dust from the car wheel UNITED SHOE MACHINERY CO. CAUTIoOftooNODI i ;.....5ss5 ard'ie atwn4be.I$. __..'I: .1..D..s.W bqm,, V ",',::11&

and church at Miami It wasdecldsd Lott... Never fails. At dnagillt.a.. and 'draw It Into 87 box from which less e.aririses ear____. ......__0.. .
t a J Oilchrlst Has Two Rugs" atom that this body should confene- In idle compared to"t4" Jt.-l again deposited on the road In' ? BOaTON.'MASB.C", : ... w.L IIOIIOL.U.I". optic. .,....-....__ t
.FumlsH Mansion. Is
J Punch Mewl t. 1909, which l elr* Pedantry an 'f"d
Tallahassee Fla.-In a letter written baa Lakeland been December received with much pie warm comfe'H"of! >...rlsdom.' nranulatM .form. .. : ., t.J'Ot) .;', .' :." ,.. 't.r .

to his mother. GOT. Otlcbrlit made of Lakeland and
the people
VV are by
6f-a bachelor that
lament
thepathetic 'counntryLakeland Ileally
surrounding
& hi* household furnlshingilgonsisted of situated' for such a meeting:, ,
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"two Persian trigs and a Y tveltan all of
aqce.sable from portions
bOwl,": and cUed upon her toy being: pi1jijjiJ
punch.. the state alhd Ii fine place to pay
do the. shopptag"Zeeessarytgr\ the bit; Tbe'Metbodl.t'church.of Lake I
a siaulpment "of hi* future om..e. Incon..queflC6'kfit'Gibbrka. land-is,one of-the handsomest tie
"0\\i a xf)aam** I'Tu..buyIDtr
only re-
articles for the use of the norlda"confereDba"IDC,

gubernatorial. chief,", :ently been completed."*". ( J' I au0. of thine. YRly, griulyVgrey h.Ira. YN LA OREOLR' Pr AIR.RI.ITORERwPdO SI.OO- relal1.- *i x' k1v, ';
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; P OctMIGS!tttY' COWIl1WJS. 1. AN o'ti.nINANCE. Notice of Application lor Tax !. HARPER Ir 1 },
DB.s J JOSEPHINE
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't .... AN ORDINANCE**Amend An Ordinance. KBUtted Deed, lfnit Sections 574 and HOLIDAY
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A .Onll lUiruUUnjr ,11.* e
; Kres1.flE. 1WJS.r4lf.l Pool or BlUlaH. Tables or Hooma by Miser". 573 of the-. General' Statutes j, '

TheCoencll'met'In'rog ularsesefon. a.ttOrdalned. br Ih* Council, of fie Towa ofKlarimmaa of the S4atcjpfFlorda! :I| OSTEOPATH
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there being 'prertrnt T. W. Kills, prei. City "' Ii GROCERIES.J

(dent; O JU, Bandy, W. J. Sears, tunaWrs SBCTIOM ". It ball ba unlawful for any al minor purchaser Holloa Js if"herebf.Ta...glyenlthst ertiaoaM' No.MIOCLI 11W Orucu dat .Graduate..of the S. S. 0' and I :
t , to phy any
.I of.Council; A Vaosj Agnew, undo tbrsM of ls-titaan yaars "
f' 1 city attorney, and J. R. Gilbert clerk. tlma the sMHa of pool.or bill......... In shy scowwhwln ... the Mb day of Jtllv, A. O. IXWM,' has,:"J ,Still College! fOd opa bY.* ;
filed .... ..
Mlliard; tabl.U kept for nuMI said ".rtlll" Sri uyoflltemnd, bM maxte .
The ruinate of the last m.etvoa were a:pool or .
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wA'r, read qad apnraved.fl' ' low; or to'. '-fraaoaator lamp about any sppltoallon iortiK:deed to Issue hi .accordancewife : Specialist In 'diseases of: Women '". ..-, .
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law! /
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; billiard kept for thuaa
Report: of oflioers were ,examined room whara pool at table ara and cI
exami
Children Consultation
and approved.; of the publl afUr the hoar of f p, ..... and Bald certifies" '. embra e. the fullowlngdesorlbed -' and : -\>" 1"'V'
a 1'I nation free. f "
The following bills were. approved any minor.ands tM ... of:ala-htaan .-... aaaforaaaldvloUliBvUilaaaetion property .ItUMt .
Florida, to-wlts _1 "" wr '
shah ba punlahadfcr "
sad ordered p.id..to'flt.: : t"IlobinaniAddabrytoo &M,;:,-t.Office Orgystnne Klsslmmee : "
.. 00 bnprlaonmant for Hot nom thett thirty days'or Lot II of Block' ; Hotel : :
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'r u - T Walter alalureW.Coreua salaamarArt'sal as marsbal. : \ '-.iwrt.. .. "II 114I 1 T| by a fine of not.h.a Ona hundrad doHara. or .lmmaaCIt. .a .. j: Fla.. .. j making{ Fruit:,Cakc.JR. .: : .:. ,
( Waller Loreus enat.Waller ... .:........' ii no'' W IoaU.uc'h .nd' Tbe said laud telng ......"oI..L the data Ofthe _
line ImpriMnmanC8a I ..
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Uorans. (mains prisoners : 1 wJ t. .
1 i 1 H Stewart sal i a ponce: . . . 110 % Whoavar, being u.. owner.* laaaaa oItaaparof Issuance of'Juuh..u.rHaeeb. io tbe.a!ierf . r, .
1, sun, sal treasurer 10 00 any pool or billiard. table kept for tint John Johnson. )1
+ 42;Lp D.ism use na stint of K: L plant: yY 1411.lib .of the altowi minor.under the aca Unless said certlfloates shall be redeemed according .
u. public any
. -of. f H t/UlllorU ia.'Clorl'a. :_. t\ 01.8G of alchtaan. ynara aa..foraaald' to play. at any time. tn law.. lax deed will, btaue thereon ou Sprigs Fleming = &.

O .LBardI'i1.Ia.lclernanTM., ,.wr::; 100 Ida Bana ot pool or bflllarda,or to_tar. fr\qu7flt the(>thriay of February, A. D. nan .[ S.jRloyd Co.Jg
1 'W t -..., sal. ...Id......... .. ...\".'S, I 00It or Iou..... about auoh pool or billiard room Wltnegi my oRlolsl slgqalure and seal this. I
.. ... . 1 Wl CLEANING
T W Cilia.eal: aldorman by (.he Ctli day of Jauuary: A. U
1 of shall ba punlnhad f.KA.j
I t Kisalmma. lelaphone- ,phone rent I 60 after said hour I p. m .
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r H. n Makinsmi. rvu4.n.i uidae-i .. 1('W\ : imprlaonmant tat not mora than lxty da"..At .by .: 1909. PRESSING I. ,
"'I' .A A boll work ou iw1iuul houMa.weV,. M to thnirtwo hundrad dollar, or by ARTHUR UONKUAN.t., I'' -
a Ana of not mora _. . .
1I t i. A I.D.ridwnrrpalsoq oalabuosje LW'I Clork imultw&irt. OimeeU Coauty, fhlrhla: and - - -- ---- . -
1I.nd l.priaonmeftL8eo. -
both such DYEING
J R tillbeit fright oncllalnlanUnt :II..HI
W II Harris Fluting anil stalluurry . i MI IAU ordln._ or part thareof. in By. .8 .if._BULLOCK. ; t". C. . 41 1 1dOwlSE tttir f'i-N; 1{ irrt/ C 4 lit4AB. .
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Prc'nooit. -- - -
4+ .; Noah wltneas (eeKandxll conlUet iawilb. be. and the aama ..... harabyrapaalad I REPAIRINGLeave 1
Keen wltneas fee ;0/( , ** Men of ability ana character in-every town
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Notice CreditorsAll
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<: K Dauu mbeee.l.bow., il < . WANTED .
1 u .;::. mdsa eaaboOM.. . jrH .8 714 Paaaad. In open _Ion thla 6th day of January I I ------ l in I Florida to represent the ,
i W L Monelsv, ami itueuti animal cml A D. IK09 word at house clothes
Stanford Cprsoii Graven, nulHe i )1y.wJIIWB.nkotiIwammeetat I Walter Bass or,daoaaaed. late of the- county of i iOsoeoia uiy
ofAtta.1
,' __ : on amt ofnlrpet IOII l..nell.f Town .. and. .tata of Florida ...."present. -the I will) be called lop and returned i Florida UifelInsuranceCo.Write
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(1y..
1y rid. : Kf aalmmea .
JuhthlflCristo.herwdtwfor: ; Khf j' : i 4fla same properly attested to the undersigned. Aa> I I
,0 .Florida Klectrlu, Co nxlno fore: ..J' 27.10\ 1.11. OILBEKT.Carkof mlnlatrator within the t(n...>-"!'. by. lawOtherwise I
I f } Walker Kvana Cognwell Co. iMlgor. nlIts / Said Town. they-will. be forever barred And all. at Once for our Agency Proposition ..
,' Htasford Carson Grvns. mdso for K L>P. 4* 'AP roved by ma this 6th day of January. A D. Satisfaction GuaranteedR.
} I .J RCIIbertaalarr aa collector E L P '. ;'a I!' 110 T M. MURPHY persons Indebted to aald,.estate. will I make settle- I I We Can Help You Make Money.
j il ; : / l.umlxir'o, slabs.. for Kt: PKlaslmmee la no Mayor of the Town Eisslmme.h4a11 T. II' .
HENRY BASS
: I 18 MH | Address C. E. CRAY/LEY Director.
Lumber Co lumlmr for ELI' I ) CityNoticerdf : iency.
P' J J Oman annn wiirk for' K I. P .. HIKi : ____ -- Administrator of tits estate. of Walter .Bass 8r. O. MEEK .
I' :)..l o"j Drag;: Co mclm lor I-'LP. le, deoaaaadOetofcerJ FLORIDALIFEINSURANCECO.IP:0.
.1 l ; M Wlilmu IT TiMKUninuv for K lj E! :K> (in Application fprTax Deed
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'. :Mltllw, Inniirnurn for K I.y 'IIIIJI, Under SectIofts SI4 and 575; ..}J08. J !-m.for. .. .-months. Ila>-Tor sale choice land In every : \
d ( i R'0 II lH.rt. frrlght furELP 111 r>7 puitlun of Florida adapted for far-l- BOXI7J "CICSOlfYILLB..LO.ID4'
"44th. Bunk of Klea tot on K: 1 I. warrauUM 30 (K) Revised Statute For Rest: \
5 . nt" (/ leg or the growing of fruits and -
.ch Hn*,drayage 'for K: L P vegetables iJ -4U 4.
Q FSemlonm" dra>'.", lor B L P I 115 of Florida.\ Uedroom and 'room furnished of every variety: also phosphate ._ _
//"L Dau Nol'IUr.: dra>ai" for K: L P SO7ft Rupert Johnston. with or without boar, South Klsalininee timber and ranch lands : .- -_ :: = -- -- _...:..:...::.. .u '
K'4 Barm. l.t>or fur /K!: I. P Nolluo U hereby sh'8. that . . .. .. . .. .. . .r
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l"am ciarrtn.r. labor fur 1 PHtrrvOornnlV 4 i :KM inircli.Bdr! '' of Tax C ttmeal" No IS dated the2nd fronting; nourt house. Apply to ., "11I' .. "IiI"'V'" ., ., 'V"_ ., ., ., .., '. 'V" 'V" _'V' ... 'V' .. ....
( labor .KJ'I, I') I.1' 7 VI day of July... I I. IWD, and of Tax Certificate MRS. O. \\'. UMJT..HOX 135 Kxoeptlonullv, lino bargains In orange ,
s Uenrire Molauahllu, labor for K: I < all I) ban -- -- Krores Lies, your property with NORTH KISSSIMMEE. PHONE NO. 8.
lxii ftohl s jorfor h I, H (m No. (1.. .tiny| Gardner; ,'I labor fur B I, I' 17 eli Ned l-.l'l <.crtlflf.aU-n I o ray office and hoe ma'lel E..ery.MotherIII him: he can spjl I It, rent it and collect g I =
C 1. A In. salary aa scan aiutsr 14 Issue. In irrardanrcrlth or should be worried when the little I your'rentsARent ,

.1 i ;; ., 1 Mr. II"C. btiurford representing law BaM rortlfluateo. emb aoe. the fol ,)nes hate acnuirh or cold. It may lead .
l .. the. Village Improvement Society met lowing donnrlbed. property alluated In OwvolaUouuty to croup or pleurisy or pneumonia / fur bent l-Sie and Life Insurance I 1 C. W. Griffin

; with the Council and presented the fol. Florida. t,.-wlt. thf'II'\.o something more serious Dal- and Armour Fertiliser !

1 ., lowrmif conimunJcutlon: .1'sxC.nlllateNo.INembrscPNNE'.of I NK'. lard's Horehound Syrup will cure the "

To the City Council Citv. Section \.> In TownKlil|>:JN South G.otleu1ea.-Tbe tad lea of the V. 1. S. Ourlllloata No 4M tmbramw" bPKlti at the plication. Sold hy Robeison's Pharmacy Fancy Family Groceries

wish to call )our .attention. I life con- MiiitliWfHt ...rnor of the MfcU. of I SW'4 of Mao . . . .
q dlllon of the ditch runnluit HCI-O.HS lion :21 'l'oWUKhh.Hnllth: of ((arpoYeEsst:! --:- --- -- ------1 j'lit j'-

Broadway by the Park Hotel on to tlxjlake runs s..tH1I yen)<. !N'.irth\ 17| >'''rilH' Nest :JHIAtvlH (( t Str. Juanita for Charter.The .. .M.] WU.I.SON, JK., Fresh Meats. S
I the the bank also ,
r apd to one by ; ,. Bout,, .Ii 171 >anlH i
to the unfinished appearance, of three The.H.ld haute. l hen! .Hx.,.(.....1 .t the 'lain ...IL"e services of the steamer Juanita \ NOTARY PUBLIC.. )l ) '
tit the piloclpal streets of touth: Kis- are now offered for charter to hunting # Deliucrv Kvprv 1)ay at any 1I"rI'IILt'lJIJOlle Solicited. .
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I luttiiatu e of HiiMi c'rifl<'mtr |MyU'ly 'Lcd pleasure parties for I STATK AT LAIIGR. \ !It r .
siminee, ,.11.1 Patrick and liiyiinlre In 11)0. iinmi* of J K P>.arun an I K B: Roe, freight service or the.special Kls- Real) Eslnte. .sidle .8e.... oAr jv w silo rfv. **, yrv >n> wv Ace JV. rv""b>n> w jy fir JWJV rfw aAe... '' )
i t8 end Hose avenue and Mould anywhere on Agent.KIsSIMMl'E. : .
bu reIdta.rual
iliHll
A Kent Uijlms( aafd' 1 rlllKli) >
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: euv t1hat tli..> IHJ graded i J river route. \pplv! ; 10.
l aominlliiR 110 la..la"
be in nov 27-tf'v. O. MoilLfc-Y:: Master : FLORIDA} ;
ul\rrln nhert I
rate, nut nooeitRiirv ,. . UMI'PXV (( .
'rwnl on the i''Hi ilin of /InmmiT' _. gKNKKKNN11VtNW5-i. r s)'w WWWWWWWWWM'
4s : also the weeds pulled up and loots 'fin. *.-. in>' .tlh'.1, Hlgtuiture' ; end I seal! this --- - -
., and palmettos rernoyed '1'he 1 ladles, 1I1"'lIIh..r. A. l II. llsK ROGERS' LIVERWORT 'I "
It 11 [I iKlilnyitf'
also>> auk the city otllciala lu have !allS p A. VANS AGNEW, '
:. 1 I. I I.K81.IY. TAR ANQ CANCHALAQUA South Stables.
55 vacant nod uQHi htv! lots on Uioail-, (Neale, clt rk Circuit( Court. Oiw.<.oln For the complnU. cure ol Loiighn. Lx>lda, .Sunny
Way and other main streets, vitpociKllv '. lorldh. Asthma and Bronchtllfiauil all l.uilKcoinnlalnta J !
those Dear the deput cleuitd! !lUll put utiut> ton'UIIK toooiiHumptlnii llvirnort) T.r I and I ATIOtl >f K:%' AT I LAW .:. . I i
'I I XKIHI'ltE I (I E. IJ"\11'11AX.'I.t!\ I :. \\1"1 I berry. have fur age nisiimlnixl, an I I 1-
.Into more' deceut and orderly cohdltion. exteliliHhed. ret. illation, HS a NnnclHr1, cuiiKn'/ I ANn NdAAlO' I'UIII.IC, I L. H INGRAM Proprietor : ,
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rvnii.dIt oniiiin or linrmliililruu I
'i After reading the above cominimlca 'Citation) Acltninisti.ilion. ran lie given! .iO'Ih': ,.(etto children. I
Price l (OO Kol-1 optby Oeecola Pharmacy KISS1MMUK: ; FLA ISfsa\a\a\a\ata\asttaaaasaatte\atla\\aat\.t\Na\\t\N.etas\t r
: (Ion, the same wan ordered spread rf
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', extended upon the the minutes(adieu, and uf a the vote\'.of I I. thunki H lot In. County(Ida. Hy Juilvu the CountyJudire Court. Oiiceola!Said Oounty County t10r.I. . |t '' 'TERY' [ SALE and BOARDING |t. O"DWAY- %Ij ii

InLerebl taken In the beltei'inent of Con- Wh rea.. N. L (llryan has applied t" thl. ,
\ dltlons of the town and the U renal II, Curt for Letters of AilmlalHtration on th. -Ea.tau..r .98 Fine Leather Seat : Phone. loa \-f

( 4 B.8 urod Mr. Stanford (in their l behalf) C H. Fountain riacea.. late of Mid I ............................................................... (..
tli&t Improvements would be made as ,County of(MbeolaThone . j $1 .
...K rlyas) finances would permit. are therefore to 'cite, and adftoonltih Dining Room Chair i \Vi-ll r IlliPP'dVI, (l t It N5"W :-\r )IC-TMI I'l I V :.11 .hji..L'-1-' ,( $

Mr 8. J. Tripled" leprenentini the and singular the kindred and creditors of said prlsptPritTF Tnut't all JViii.iiHls; ( wiLh IViLV-i-L S at.i"t ", $
Hoard of Trade appeared before UK iMiaaud. to be and_acixiar b r r:**..Ihlii.COrt.m. .lIf .--
> {. ..-CouncilBudwired""thnt--the Council before th.fO: .day of V ouary. A. D. 'l'.1>, & Beautiful in design willi Rrac 'lot pat. .1 I hack Made of quarter-sawed fWtlO11. i
solid oak with handsome, ,"ltl,n 'liiwli liLMy! polishtd Oran leather sat
pass an ordinance extending the limits (lie objections if any they havp. to the granting a i
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box frame construction, I french"lei:*. 1 lie price is possible only because
I and to force all citizens: within said letter,aa aforesaid othervtoe. the same will be ol our immiuise manulacturinK facilities, fur chairs exclusivity I turningout
limits to use sanitary. buckets.\ also to granted" as prayedltneaa chairs:: ol all 1 kinds In such quantities that we can eat owl U s> i : a HEAVY HAULING A SPECIALTY.Y '_ . i
deader* profit and sell direct In a l wholesale. .
) you
have the marshal nmuo a thorough inspect \\ my hand aa ,, lotl of th,> town tts often as neuoa- my "...... L Ithla .U>th day of December. etsclly You a run we no represent.chance.for You we.give aava your al money leaml. back tram If dollar every chair Us three Is not W b b4i,N KH11N e.1KN N'KKN N1 r-------. 1 ,

; I :teary, and see that yards and vacant 1901. W R JOHNSTON and,set better sallnlactinn Chaos lor dming-roum parlor bed-room.
.lots are kept In a sanitary condition (Seal) (ounty Judire.Jan portly kitchen. lawn atorea, olttce*-and every other use from Ute

.. ,1 and all car bo to rigidly same. enforce Mr Trlplett ordinance was re-in.truoted ', 1- t"" ,_.t.al.._. most Rend yon elegant for all ear about to Une the them plainest.. UlnstmtoAtaiu suit fives. All catalogue the kinds pn. es ol,and wood ilua spwlal'aave 200 you Chrtstmss.dillercnt food money style list that on THE[ GHiiysToiiE GHK R. HUD JQRGHDIE I E SHOPS h

I' . to notify the hoard of Trade Notice of Garnishment,, I I 'k ,IAi every.chair you bay., .Seed tar It ttmr aura lie yours free on request.4". .
1' that their request would' be duly considered FLORIDA CHAIM FACTORY. Mrldae end ..n,.. ,ta.., "'_ _" .. ....

j ;.- and action'.on same would betaken III Court of JiittUts of Peaoo. State of Florida, 1

"- , as early aa possible7be -. . (MceolaOuunlr; Filet Pimrltit. ANTHONY A. LOLL, Proprietor.FairbanksMorse ,
( ".> following! petition was received I>.N.FIoy plaintiff .* I f. \' ,, j'
L from draymen ottbe town: I. y'. I CivilFrsnk SAGEM1- FOR
: Jones Defolda..t'AUalltl. / > Bargains at Cash Store!
To the Honorable> Major andouncir, .. Coast Line Hall wny Com i Action
y r City. l>anv. (lirnl.htm. ) Gas Enginesand

? GentlemenThe:: petition of the undersigned To Frank Jones. Defendant. and All OthersWhom
I respectfully show your honorable H may Con.ernTon Outfits.
.., I body that tbev are r regularly are hereby notified that. a Writ of Oar White Lawn 40 in. wide. 15c per yard. Irrigating .
censed draymen of the city of Ktsslui- Itihinent hai been Issued In the above case for
Lace from 5c to 15c per yard. _
mee; they have paid heir license ..areqllired tia recovery or an Indebutdneis of |27,10 and: -- t
Pants' $1.50 $5.00 pair.
..I by law and that they feel that' your property In the hands p( Atlantic Dress to per ''
AUTOMOBILES RENTED OR REPAIRED
r t that a. such licensed draymen'the.re CosatUn RailwayCompany his been gar Pair Stnpe Pants at $1.00. '

;, e 4IIt.1Ued to protection that a license is nlehed and that nnleia you appear before said TrunKs and Suit Cases at lowest prices.* . - -
a b Intended to give; that the dravlnjf for Coun ou or before she lit day of February A* Picture Frames from 25c to $3.50 each.
N tba'pllbJlc'10 said ,oily .boold,be forexoluilre DW09.ludgment\ by default will be entered ARTESIAN WELLS DRIVEN) ANY DEPTH .
at the lowest
I privilege of drayunn' who, wralwt yon. D. W.FLOTD, Plaintiff. Crockery prices.
# ;have rid the license prescribed( br In testihony'yherwt I hava hereunto. setray Fancy Straw Hats at cost. - -- f <
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law 'and petitioners respectfully show band and seal. thlalUt day of December. Best Shirts made for $1.00 each. .

.(that they are not accorded such prot.otton A. D.J 1_. L. A. MINX, Tinware at?any old price. We Solicit all Kinds

e k -Vloua times, hut\bat differept on theoontrarv, per/ >ns. to.at said va- (-ga(-): __. Jnsttoaol, . P_. Tlrat' District The only place you can get the Beaver Brand Hat. .Repair Work

44.% city bare done hauling/or the :publlo Notice Application for Tax -

/r : for bompeossktlon without, ba.ln..p.idany. Deed Given in AccordanceWith '

;P S( datnaire' license.1I0e0.ecJ'daoamen therefor.. to the hurt and in tioDi'S74 and '575 'of Headquarters for the Best Shoes in Town.EIMI1. BUDDED TREES .

\\3 ft. their' business. 'The petitioner respectfully the General Statutes of the
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i 1' request tbe honorable body '
State of Florida. \
to Instruct''t.be' proper officials, u> see
:to M. that they are protected In their -Notice I..b..by. given that. H, R.ov (treatpurchaser "" _.. """ ""'" "" ... -.., Islesworth Nurseries

I ,bu.lne. ,; .as contemplated by' law. of Tax OartKoitea:. ( .. 13O8. 1309.! IMAC3M. .re.NeL, _TMLOM.. .
and of A. D. 1 W. baa /
C.' G.TlNES.MACH aid, dated the day /ulr A
has CHASE & CO.. PPOPRIETORS J. W HOARD, AGENT:
BROS. Sid sat4 eurtlfleate ID ta,olllee. and I

hi I . -.. {J MOOALLJSTKR.. made application. for tag dead. -to Iue.la ac. MACH BROS. We will have ready for next Fall and Winter planting a general ; I
.
1y w '.' .',:P. L.J: JONES.. oordancewith .law'; Bald eerUdeftte. embraces assortment of Orange and Grapefruit Trees of all leading varie.- I

,. '.O; ,-F. SESSIONS. Lb. following described property situated In ties. Our trees are budded on Rood( healthy rough Lemon and I
Moaola eounlr Florida to-wlt: SouI'Or"oIfClI'Dot., guaranteed free from Insects of j
.<* After radlnK abovsoommuotcatloa, pests any kind. p
', ; .the marshal was, Instructed' to.arrest CartUWoataNo. U08. Bloeka' B 0 Do H.A. Mat.thews1 .- Livery Feed and Sale Stable. All budded from be&rinaLree.. in our groves and therefore( true to. M f:I

I I jO.,ry 'and bring before the mayor any per* Addition to Klaalmnee Olty. name. Our facilities for growing nursery stock are second to .

vf'" :); t. ,.son violation the ordinance pertaining CartuVata U09. Blacks I J of H. A. lUtkawa' ""* none and our trees are an floe as money and twenty )'ea"',. experience -
II! ( S '::1'1'' to public dr... within, the city limite.4. Addition*tlaalBM>.. QQ.I (WOOD-:-DRAYINQ can produce. We are making a .peclalty-thl. season of the,
',\ & An ordinance to amend an ordinance Oartillaate tltO. BUeks 0 P of H. A. lUthawa'; famous California Valencia Late which is destined to become the -._.- __/
i-!. I "".'"a ntttUd "An ordinance: rearulatinor AodlUeei ts Klaslmmaa City. Everything )is New and First-Class. We will greatest money-maker'in'Florida. Our Valencia buds come dl- .

.I <, ,'use of pool or billiard t..ble.or rooms The said land being 1..4 the date of "Service reel from the best bearing trees in the district now famous for producing -
-:- -Joy minors,!..was-Introduced' and road ) lit Uanauoa" of such caitlfloata to'the nstn- of Bender Prompt and Satisfactory the best Valenclas. In California. -

': and .by unanimous con- Dakovn.TTnlasa. Night. All Kinds
.; ; the'Iritdime Day or
'o' seat was read..- second tlm4v-where ', : laid certificate, shall ba redeemed. ao- Write for Prices to J." W. HOARD, Gotha( Fla., or caB and see our

K *.'.,. upon on motion dolT seconded..(motion fordlnf law....'tsSfdeedi will Issue. thereon on ,,5 \ Heavy Ilan ling. aeries at Waco on Florida Midland, R.DANN'SW Nur'j-j
'- b.ttb day of J obruary.X D.11lOll.
: r .p ,, carried 1 U was put upon iu passage
f I"'r: and passed unanimously. (See ordinance Witness my offlola) .lirpsture and seal thla. the AT BCAMAN'S OLD. STAND. PHONE 113. .f

t In another column), 12lb day of January, A. D, 19W.BeaJ \ :

r ,..&,,w Tbe band of Walter Lorenz as marshal (!! ) ARTHUR B.!: DONEQAM, AGON WORKS: :

'.' ':; r and tax collector was, examined Cprk Circuit Court Osoeoia County Floi Ida.By -- -

. r .I- .. tod. approved, with C. W. Ward and a. u. BULLOCK D.C._
5' Frank Vans Agnew as sureties In the

..:::. '0" I ;rum of twenty-five hundred dollars.kj.W Notice of Application ot( Guardian Malsby Machinery Co. HIGH GRADE VEHICLES MADE .TO ORDER J

r.1 ;., ;<* .. Collier tendered hb resignation to Sell Real Estate.
ii' as tnembw of the Council whereupon AT REASONABLE PRICES. J
r ft' J....W. MUler'i name was placed Notice: If hereby given that I will apply toUt ; 1Blackstnlthing 1

\.4. ;-oeforethe board to- lIthe unexplred County Judge of Osoeoia County. State of 22'OCEAN': sr.JACKSONVILLE, FLA. .,
.. There Florida, the 1Mb of February A. D.1MV, -
belne day
term of Mr. Collier. no on
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and Stationary Knglnes, -
()Lber'" nominations.! on 'motion duly for an order to sell at private sale all of lb. portable. -
.1"' 'eooaded.. Mr. J. W.:Miller was unanimously tight, title; and interest of Unite Canon a'ml'nor. Saw Mills Wood-working' Machln- Horseshoeing
Vc.i \ alected to fill the unezplredtajrua .in the following described real estate situate err Shingle Mills, Lath Mills, and and Repair: Work o,,
'. M stated ' lying;and being In the County of Oeoeola \general line of supollei." Complete '!.
T 'Tbre befog tai further business, and Stats of Florida., described aa follows,to- Una carried In stock for immediate All-Kinds Done by First-class Workmen. \I,
Council to meet-Saturday wlti shipment Sold on.MT terms. .
,t4. adjourned .___
r. at t o,'clock: p. m. n.gtuaing_' ft vest of northeast corner ofnotth3f r ,
.. '*JSnuar'7pllth .1. 'T.WELU8 of Ice I,!. ....'1...i..L,as aandtssthence It will;,pay you to consult us before 'I 1 f ft

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1" ,. .. - .Clerk:: ;, -;'."'1-- '' <.' east 115 ft.thafos leU deg let ft,enOl a man. Writ for illustrated catalogue. \

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