Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: January 22, 1909
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00369
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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"! " .. r" ,Village' impvemcnt_:Sodely 'Iq:;f iBtcitainr' : t : r : km" .

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..Both I Winter, and Summer is Not 7 ' ''Impres iODSAof JGssimihee and the .' '
Tojthe Ladies Temporarily Residing' In Kis>immVevYou 1 '" 3
Surpassed, t. by Any Locality' are' most cordially Invited -to attend'a receptiongiven Surrounding. Country and the '> ,.. .
.oiUhe Globe Opportunities It Offer ;
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In'your honor by"the'members the Village improvement -

aJiudlniT-t j Society The 0ray3tone. Wednesday January.27'- .' ;, "-
-. 'Wheoi -climate of. % There are sine people!; especially -
Florida it li ireoeratl.supposed It lathe from 3 to 5 in the afternoon, - -. ': those in'distant states, who question (I'i I .1
mildness of the.winters we refer to, v- the veracity of an article-In a .,
but this'short. sketch we will endeavor MRS. N. B. CARSON;>president. per that speaks In cOl'llpllmel1ta. ';z ; Our Hue of Fall \ . ,, .

to picture life during the summer -, ., of the locality In which it Is 7 ., i
months aa It la really lived laKlislminee MRS. :JNp. L. OVERSTREET, Secretary and as it is the desire of .the neWIPa'I'

for the vast majority of Oaxette to' portray this Goods for 1,
those who come among us to escape. 111' its true light, Mr. James W '
the rigors of northern winters are of a gentleman from Latonla, Ky who '
the belief th&t It II too hot here In the came to our town about one month 3V"
summer time to be comfortable, In fact DEATH OIL TA. WILLSON I. GAY AND GIDDY pARISAsks ago on a pleasure tour but who. watt.' Women and' 't :3 I Ii

almost unbearable and carry. back c so Impressed with the many and varied .'
with them In the spring trunk this section offered 4 j 4+
home + opportunities ; .
Yule of sympathy for us' poor mortals former KisslmriM i Citizen Called to Our Mayor for Information t that he purchased twenty acres of land i Children is '.

who are. forced by circumstances to r.- His Eternal Rest at P'm' Beach.' Concerning Aeroplanes.Mayor In the city limits which he is having now
mala in tbU supposed torrid tone dur- prepared for truck: gardening, was requested ,; .
.Ing the month ol'June, JulY and Au. In this city on Monday afternoon T. M. Murphy Is in receipt to write Impressions of
flint. ,To those we will s.,v: occurred' the death from peritonitis of of the following from far off Paris, Klssimmee and. surrounding country.He open.. for your '-
Never.was a greater misconception'h Mr. Laton Abbott Wlllson, at the age France, and It Is here reproduced for verv kindly consented to do so, and I I'A 1 1I
A of-a-toealltT than to suppose thatit of fjfty-flve yeurs. The funeral which the edification of the public. As the banded us the following aa his views +
ever gets too hot In Kissiinmee .for was very largely. attended took editor of this paper* speaks. French on thq.possibilities and opportunitiesthat .
one to work In the sunshine wlihout OD Tuesday afternoon at two 0'place with the same fluency that he does ; are here offered the homeseeker, inspection. .
the leant fear of being overcome by from the residence of his Sanskrit (which la not at all. ), the letter I the Investor and the. tourist, which we
o heat, for at all tlmes'tUere is a pleasant : Mr. B. M. Potter, on Clematla avenue, U printed.verbatim In original publish .wlth a great deal of pleasureand "
breeze blowing In from the many 'the services being in chargeof llar- tongue, leaving Its translation to our I satisfaction: dz
I lakes surrounding this town aDd from monla Lodge of Masons?,under the j more learned and. gifted readers' It w I II ,
off the wide expanse: of prairies to.the leadership of Mr. A. Nllson, with Mr. Is supposed to have some bearing on I Editor: Valley GaU I '
south of us. Kls8lranJee is situated on George H. Maltby acting as marshal': I our famous airwhlp ordinance, but fur- In response to your request for a KATZ Ss
what is known as the backbone of The Masonic burial service was read I i ther than that we are" unable to sav4 I written statement of my Impressions of F
Florida, Is about equal distance be- bv Kev Edwin: A. Waldo, chaplain The letter follows: Kissimmee, 1 would be more than {
tween the Atlantic and the Gulf, and Following the service at the house the' pleased to comply but, for the difficulty
la constantly fanned by the cool winds funeral cortege proceeded to Wood-I' Paris le 18 Dacembre, 1WW I one naturally encounters when drawing I,
of each. '' lawn cemetery, where a short Masonic1 1 Monsieur le Malre! comparisons between his native (
When the thermometer regulars 85 ervice was held at the grave. i de Klaimmee (Florida ). slate and another without appearingpartial .
degrees here, which) is seldom, it is not The pallbearers. were John B, Beach, '' Monsieur IP Malre-On aaoonce que or even prejudicial or eeotls- '
", near so hot as it Is In cities north and C. t' .Chllllngwortb, T I' Ileece. L. you venede prendre.ilesdfspoeitlons: tical. I "
west when the thermometr reaches HO, W. Burkhardt. Mr. Shed Chas. F'" I'I legates liscales et penales con l.lJant You know that In Kentucky we have I J :,
for there is always enough humidity In Baum the. burial arrangements helnit'In leI aeroplanes. always. claimed to have the fantst: I II J I
the atmosphere to make it comfortable charge of McClnlev Bros Co. Voulez-vousetre asset aimable pour homes, the handsomest ladies and 'the .I
elJ ec ..lIy-In the shade, whileIn Mr Willgnn leaves' besides his wife, nous procurer le text exact et comolet I I bast of- well other articles loo numerI i wv wv wvvvvvv / tpv / .

the localities mentioned the air Is so hU two daughters, Mrs. H M Potter de ecu dispositions! qu'll sera It treat I;I oils to mention. Of course when these , _:. : "
and parched that it Is with much -\ and )IP II Ic1ulmn were promulgated we hud not -
dry and Mrs. Mark Holly two sons, Interessunt a noun tie! publier plus
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diflicullv one can breathe. James, Willsou and John \\'UlsonIr: ml "possible.) '!' wun the Kis 'iuee girl la fuct-as 6aklle 6lldLi.A. lc etc Ji; .ji'kAc rAa/1r bt1An"Aclk
In thin section a person or an animal \Vill"on was a native of Somerset ..levuiis en remerclo a 1'avanCP, I i j regards Kentucky I claim to be the ,I 'r 1
has never been known to be overcome Kentucky, coming! to Florida about Monsieur !le Ill a'' -e, el" von! prleile !I]discoverer I of Kissimniee. Others wets '4 '
from heat while In the north and t::lily years ago when he resided in crolrp! it men .sentiments tres' distingues." I;[ here before me, but on account of their f Spring Fertilizing.
west It is'of daily occurrence duringthe I KI88lnllnpl". coining to West'' Palm le" Direclfiir failure "publish to the world the advantages I'3, ,
hot period for both man and bant Beach in 1X113\ lie was a most estimable II. DKSI.HANliK.<: and attraction of this sc.3-
to fall never u> rise again as resultof citizen and a man of magnetic I tenon; and Klsslmuiee's.. greatness In 4 Be on time. OLve your trees a good start this spring.
the nun's ravs. In Chicago last character and had hosts of friends In Woodmen Install Off: particular, they are tt..signed to ob- Help them to throw off the eurg-laden leaves that will soon Infest
summer twelve children\ died from heatIn I this city He always took a great ers. i illvion as a uunlshiiient for their neglect 4\ the whole tree. Give your tree food that It may work for

one day, in Philadelphia t'o..ln Interest iu the Seminole Indians, ana The local camp Woodmen of the you. Cents now make dollars later on. Note our three distinct f r,
i'iiuburx eleven and lu New York these people looked to "Mr. Willson\ World held installation) ceremonies lit Aftvraboiournof nearly amouth, dur- e formulas. .i w
.' twenty-one.' There never has been a for advice and c( unH.>\l. -Palm Beach their hall Tuesday niul't'and installedthe 1' iiu; which 1 have had the opportunity i 1
time i I'D Ktssiimnee when u mother gave I Sun. following ulcers to MM-ve for the ol becoming acquainted with many of SPECIAL MIXTURE MO. I ..
herself the least concern regarding the I ensuing terniJ' .the vltiiens and business men of the I PERUVIAN ORANUB TREE GROWER d
health her child 011 account of the tbe Authorities.To \ town and vicinity, as well as-the climatic 4
I Up to City A. S. llberl. C. C. SEMINOLE TREE (jqO Eq .
weather. Geo. 1' Gardner, A. L. agricultural. ) and other conditions 4 i
There are but few nights during the the Village Improvement Society. C. W. Oann Clerk and Hanker." 1 eanyruthfully state that 1 know We want to send you our booklets: especially the two
Hummer but what it Is necessary to Through the columns of our progressh'e \V. B. Johnston, .Jarort: of no locality section any'where that new citrus leaflets. that are the best writings ever publishedon
sleep under cover if one would be comfortable Valley. (Ja/.etle we would like to I It. S. "'Klovd Sentry.A combines as many and varied attractions t the subject. .,
for the thermometer. nearly sac that the timely suggestions as ap-' K.: Doiuvau. li l'. Miller and for the health or pleasure seekeror Write" for them today .
falls low as 70 decrees, Irt last week's Issue met with advantages for the man of 4 .
always us I t geared J. R. ClllMrl, MunutrerH.V. HO many 'Sprlaa'Tlw.WItk.CllrasTrroa-"Dt! < g5,ttGaae saedr-rrtt.- ,:
-wiU4 oUx F-lo ; .l4ti64t ia coiuiuon iwuientire apftr-ival, and we realize moderate means) desiring to establish.. 4 mc.t."How Ned Whoa. to Fertilize Cltruv Tre...." pineapple i
occurrence for one to lieawake the that constant vigilance and obeyingthe u 110 mlt. *** h>rtlllil.K." "Irl.... Potatoo," Florida' HtnwIxrrU*." "Idol i
major portion of the nights on accountof I' homely maxim, "let everybody 1I1 Comparatively speaking, few people 4 Fertilizeretc.. I a

the intense heat. keep his: own doorstep" clean is the 11 I y. I I. S.. Attention.There I of the middle and northern' .tel have. 4 Call on. our Local Agent WATERS & CARSONl GROCERY ::' '
that has of the
Anotlwr fallacious: Idea I' way; to keep our, town beautiful und i, airy conception agricultural .,
taken possession of our.northern and healthy, but here is the rub.: You will be a called meetingof sibilities .ul. Florida. Land values S COMPANY or address' .
western friends is that this section is.IHay 1 we are expected "to keep'yards ho Vlllaee Improvement Society here compared with any other section
mono with at The Inn tomorrow ( Saturday I have visited would be considered Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer .
Infested during! the summer_ and lots tidy and to deposit trash, ever ;; Company .
r" mosquitoes'- There Is no place in tuts rubulbh, el:). at convenient places, to 1 ) at 4 U. in. and each memberIs ridiculously low. This, however,
J a whole land where,there are as few of I be carried away by the city scavenger most earnestly requested to be la easily accounted for when we con JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
those pernicious Insects found as in whose duty it Is to make call. at stated, present, as matters of vital 1m.portance eider the vastness of the territory and .
Kisslmmee. The houses are few wherein periods. to our. Society and our the simrseness of the population. This .V -- -.'!F'Pr'OnQrayrtao'srIMt.; -.. ;;pr.uF'yotQt .1'
, a mosquito bar can be found, for it When your city scavenger refuses to town will be presented for action. last"can only .explained upon the ., '
': It a useless ornament take such rubbish \Allowing It to lie Mus. N. B, CAKSON, 1'res..Mas. theory that the natural attractions and
': Those who have lived In-different week after week then what does your ..J. L. O"EttS'1REET." Sec. advantages of this region have not '
. sections of the United States unhesitatingly honorable body propose to do? Impose bcrm heralded_to the world': as have 4'"f'
; declare this to be the most a line of five dollars on us," at. the --. ------- ---. hose of other less favored locallties.I .
I equable climate. they ever experienced, discretion of the City Council? If the Missing Child found: pi edict that the next decade, will\ School !
and while, some of our inhabitants city sea>'t>ni/er, is burdened with.more see the population of Florida more Supplies : t %
spend the summer months In the north, work than Tie can do, and unsightly Considerable excitement was occasioned than doubled, and that in all her vast
on their return they Invariably I'eportl I i places remain constant. eye sores, is It last night; bv the disappearancefrom domain no Mora favored and prosperous
a most unpleasant experience with the not up to the city authorities to see home of Grace Wlnn, the eleven- place will be founJ than the region
heat, stating that the weather here is I '.hat the work Is done even though It require year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs A. Immediately surrounding Kisslmmee. i AND TABLETS
far more comfortable and as a rule the employment another man? W. Wlnn, who was last seen about sun J-.AMBS W. LILLY
t are content In the future fco, remain at COMMITTEE down yesterday afternoon. When she
home during the hot months. -. -- did not return home after school her FKOM i TIlE CURBSTONE i' ,

Taken all tojether-wlnt, spring,. Escaped Convicts Caught parents became alarmed and began a EXAMINATION TABLETS -

summer and fall-It would seem almost search, and. when It became. generally "Klst mm8e Is all right all fight. MADE ESPECIALLY FOR
for one to find a place Sheriff Prevatt has discovered that _
f impossible known almost every citizen in the city You fellows are blowing your own ,
superior\ to Klsglmmee for a residence. Dave Corlbere, the negro whom he arrested joined in, some spending the entire horn right loud, but have got OSCEOLA HIGH SCHOOL .
Here we live and enjoy comfort all the for burglarizing' lti&. Katz residence night looking for the child The town some horns to blow," so remarked. a
day all the time-our winters are as some weeks ago, l Is an escaped. was thoroughly scoured and newcomer the-other day After expatiating .-
the northern springs, and our summers convict, and that his real name is II houses searched but It was not until on the general air of Improve-
. as cool as. those of the Adirondack James Corbett. He escaped from the bout tt o'clock this morning that ment oT Broadway and our magnificent a
" .- of J. W. Ward, Jr., at Floral John and D. Rotund
-- -- --'- camp Herman High School building and. Fraternity Kissimmee
, 1.. Discussing tbe Ditcbes.To City, t. which place he was sent up Found her hiding under the Christian I hall, he made the! following pointed Drug Company
from Hlllsborough county for (five church, lobe place where scores of men suggestions' on our future prosperity,
c.. the Valley Gazette.A years for grand larceny A reward of had passed every hour last night, and as to our rich, soil, flowing! wells. and
:if number of discussions from our one._hundred dollars. was: offered for where she had evidently spent the time superb climate: > 1/N1NM1N"""" .. ."""" "" """" 7
most prominent\ business men relativeto hit, capture and return and. Sheriff since yesterday afternoon. The. only "The man who Invests now in your ;S
the best solution of the drainage of Provatt carried him to Floral. City on reason assigned for the child's actionIs ..ownla the man who going to double ,, ii
our town and outskirts l and. for the Wednesday to claim the reward. that. she had been disobedient and his money In the next twelve months, ....--...---.-.-...... -t'. -,

. best meant of 'solving the Broadwayditch' feared. punishment from her parents. and, if your Klssimmee oeople fall to IT \
' with answers pro It has been many a. day since the people ., 1
, ;: are meeting Will Mack alias Leroy Smith, a negro pick up such opportunities and get in ..e
) and con. Shall we close the big ditch was arrested last week by Deputy of Kisslmme experienced such a ju the ground floor, somebody else i -Manr people dn ant knew what e Bouk'e n.pl411i for or the 4111.,_ b.-
crossing Broadway and deepen and Sheriff McPhatler, charged with burglarizing I scare, but now that she has been found will do it, and you will feel like kicking twee bank of little or no capital aiwl one with large ..|ltl. ru'
r widen outside drainage\? Thla section the residence of H.W.Weaver I and is safe at home, a feeling of relief yourselves for allowing the other A BANK'S CAPITAL AND SURPLUS f..f1'
is admirably. suited for O"ostalloceBII" also. colored and placed In jail It Is expressed: by all. that no-harm be- fellow to pick up the bargains that U the fund that protects tbn deixMltora from li>a., therefore the larger It I* the, .-.t
ful drainage. and. opening the way to has since been learned that he is an escaped fell her. Chairman Sears, ever alert properly should go to your own peo greater proteotlon the depo.ltore ba... Thin bank ".. a :J,
tbe natural water. courses will Insure convict from Coffee' county, Ga.. ordered the lights to burn all night, plc" Capital of . ,. . ... ... ,{%0 fund of . . .i\OW 00 .
health and orosperity of the country. but only fifty dollars, regards is offered that they might be of aid to the Kisslmmee ia on the eve of a great 1 Stockholders'> liability, ; ." 51,000111 ,'
Word cornea that gardens on the east for his return and,as he has acknowledged searcher reaction.
I coast have again been drowned out by his guilt of 'the crime __ A total of. ." ..... . .. .. _.. ,.|ll ,OOOOO )
heavy rains, and crops must be re charged against him here, the authorities Attention Alfred Iverson Camp "Kir. N. J. Floyd of Baltimore, who Thin mean* that we must loee" I113.0OU.OI) before our depoellore ooold loss a If'J 4
planted. Is Klssimmee. with her rich have decided to hold him for cIr- ti spending the winter here was a oeD This protection le for YOU. .
soil, not the better Held for trucking\? cuit court. No. 1482. pleasant caller at the Valley Gazel 1 '
r TAXPAYFR.Kissimrnee ... -- You office on-Monday.. This is Mr. Floyd'afirl" STATE BANK OF KISSIMMEE 1
hereby commanded
are to assemble -
winter In Florida, though be ha a. --'tor-
at court house In Kisslm
Married. traveled In of lobe K''MMK_. J yy
extensively parts RLOPsIOA.
Ships Ctiery to Sanford.! wee City on Monday February 1st, world. He' la with ___ n V .J.a +0.--
Judge Johnston performed two marriage 1909, for the purpose of electing officers delighted our C. A. CARSON J iUWllf. 1KBVloePrseldont: .. N. B. CA&8ONCi 1"
Don't jum when the whistle blows,' ceremonies last Wednesday the for the ensuing year and to make splendid climate and will doubtless be II President .. ;7

but listen for the long distance call contracting parties being Eugene Evans arrangement. to attend the session of a regular winter visitor here In fu 11.II....._..._._......_.................._....._....__.... y

has already reverberated shaking' and Mrs. Cora Brown, both of the Third Brigade, U. 8. V., which Lure __ . __ __ ., - ---- _, a.,
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Klsslmmes to tbe center When Celery this city: and. Robert Addison of Rai- meets in Tampa Florida, on Thursday A telephone receivedby - -- .,J'
of Klssimmee II there ford Fla., and. Miss Bessie Prescott message was ')QOOCIOCIOCIOCIOCIOCIOCIOaOCIOCIOCJOOOCJOOOC
City buy.celery February 4th, at 10 a. m. friends here \\ ed oellda)' night conveying ;j
anything more to ..ayMr\ Rotupdo of Klssimmee. It Is absolutely necessary that all the bad Intelligence of lobe C. A. CAJtSON.PreeUmt.. 1. A. CRAWFORD.Vlo' . a.uun>rER.
visited Sanford on last Saturdaycar-1 I comrades be present on the let of February death of Vernon Waring which .. .-Pr.UJ.ot. .
rylog with him sample bunch of Kis- Married, at the home of the bride on at 10 a. m. .. occurred .. 8ecntaq. ?kr
at the home of his brother, W
slramee-grown oelery. The little city Steer Beach last Wednesday, James By order of J, M GARDNER J, Waring, in Lakeland The deceased *
-sat up and tcok notice, and the result A. Mllllgan of Anthony, Fla.,.to Miss Major ComtDandh g, lived iiKisslmmee
was that Mr. Rotunda gets orders for Queenle Husky Johnson, daughter. of W. K. JOHNSTON, young and. man formerly well known and c

_ hid ry) "sells celery" ,like the cakes word,-"Your ship .right oeie- Mrs. Lewis La swan. Captain, and Adjutant." friends popular who here will with was learn a large with circle the deep'of,r KISSIMMEE\ LUMBER COm :, : P

i aloo mt m Bvfm a Ba mBBBf BmmfBmBf ti HB BiBBi BiBi f B
est regret, of his untimely demise. :
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Frank Bass Will.Grow Cotton. The regular meeting of the Board of 'Mrs. E. N. Fell and daughters,' the -. ,

',' cotton' While ID others this locality are talking. and of wondering planting. Trade* will be held next Monday'niJtht Misses last Marlon week and from Olivia London Fell! Eng arrived Rough and Dressedw n

'il A If it, can be successfully grown, Contract January 25, In City Council-chamber, at pant land. home to spend, "The some Point lime"at near their Narcooiaee. elegy. .. -
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Frank Bass has secured seed
t and Is getting his ground In shape. for which all officers and committees are expected America. They Mr came Fell byway accompanying of South ,Pine Lumber. )

planting. Frank the to
says only
find out If cotton can be proflksbl way to make complete written reports.A. them that far, where be stopped oyedto'inve.tlgato .

here Is to put seed In the some mining property
grown ground, E.
DONEQAN President. and will join them here later.
"which be will shortly -do, and states "
that. any who desire Information on HfP. MEEK, Secretary. Miss Seelj Goodwin returned to Oflando. Fo.USE.BIL '' ; ;i'
the will bs jurntsbedsameby LS- ..ASP CIAL. ( '
subject this morning after a brief .vlsl -
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: I .. . . Sir Martin Conway, bt M"I stone,

.. ': ; England (n long way from the Bowery

+ ". ,- it is true; 1)ut therootor;, car 'problem

: .. is Very much .the same the. world "

-over) has been' explaining'! to the
,,., -" British rural taxpayer' why he cann"ord 'r ar 11t rise i

.. to build roaas'ror the motoriststo .

A_ / .' .- .,. tear up, ;lAjhe first place Bo says, ,,. "
% ...- '" the 'notion that automobllln is still' p.--tq".: : ; .. . .

k' aL limited to the privileged rleh--all it. ?

. undoubtedly was.a few years ago. Three of. those' wgigonshave been ordered. by the Brazilian Government ( +' +, J 'J'JMil.
I II Is quite wrong.. tj
II for the Rio Janeiro police force. _
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low-priced car has already HOWL Mnken.TountalnJly1cPntng' oughly tamped; down.! An augur hole ,

carrIed in6r6rlnBliilolhe ranTts"of"lhemerely I'p A Spring.It bored through IhircTSy nnnrr"polnt WM. a ra w .a a. "
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well to do So that the gen- I rise < Sp) will some-
ISo la perhaps difficult to believe St, where the wider W1UJAM ,*., PRESSER 1723
eral public Is' doing Its share in llmes the now. In more J l\L
but nevertheless it la a" fijct, that a Improve Thir.1 Jive,. Mohn\, 111., wntm. : 1
spreading the "motoring'nuisance," elaborate consTnic'tlons cany-iit can be/ "I have been Buffering' from' catarrh .
as tho complaining taxpayers, label it. spring which elperges rrom'bo"gy In place of. clay. .in the head for the peat two month am}
used to advantage
place and passes out of non overflow In tiled innuinvrnblu .(}-('I led rpmtoiiies with.out' .
what is Is certain to j
and stpad- Is that
more. result of this treatment
a rill can bo often converted InXp a j The ""juail. No one know how J have auf- .
fly/ Increase Us proportion of the work fountain by pennfRK I the water of the "prl n deprived: of feted I. uot only from the divoiu itself, but
: as the delights of motoring como to or geyser spring Its outlet Is forcedto rise from mortiJicntiun, when an company of
It It at the first glanco' ordinary 1
bo more ,generally appreciated and up. seems height to friunita or .trungera."I "
that It Is folly to attempt to make through the pipe"] The 1 have used,I I two bottles of your meil'
the cars are still further cheapened water rise above Its ordinary level, which /It will rise and the force! with \tune for n shot time only, and effected/ a '
1 and simplified.] So- much for the tfat- which It wllJ flow depends! upon Its <0"11"8tflI'dlotil cure,' and what i* {
because It appears confrriert
e' social argument against .the automo- b[ \tvr\ let, the diNenHe. ban not returned. ,
In turn upon
I II -bile.; ural laws of hydraulics, ,but that deDiagram head which Is "I I can moot cni|>natipally\ recommend. Pa-
d the elevation of Its source. There are rune to all sufferers from this draeaa.."
Looked 'nt -from a sordidly eco- many Instances where) the wnl nomic paint of view there is some roacisfde'troughs, and Its Read This Experience. .
I { 64r thing to be bald for spending moneyon f ( Into with farm Mr A.1'bonipson, Bus 85, R'. R.: 1, Mar
i"r possibilities In lei, Uluo. writes: VVhvii I "bt'Kiin yourUi'ulnii'Vit
good roads! and'sllll would be evenIf and! household. ), supplies' lire consider' / fly e)ei were inHumed 1, noaittraa

motoring were limited to the rich. 'e able.-:Newark; Call. utanprtl "JI half of the tune; and ,
Vt'nrlnnn Good reads, of course, attract the' - "".. sere nnd scabby, i could not real at '
motorist. He out his in night on Acfou/u\ of continual Mtwhtng \
; lays tours )" rlghtencd off. II lId npitttHfi."I .
BO far as .ho can over highways of has I had teed' several reitirdiei and waa
A new use for the Imcplpes' '
pinoolh surface and well proportioned about to give up but thought l would try
been found by a Scottish! llluhl.inder.. -
nm a
adrs. The counties
l: :townships, and
who waY a sheep farm In a mountainous After 1 had taken about ona.tbird oa
States where I these most abound will, bottle I noticed djfforei/ I ..
district of California' anil" 1 Is a ce. am now
t'liTefo-e; ,, be most putronlijed by the c"Otpletelyeursd, after aua'cring with
In the habit :almost! ilnllv! of Ruing' '!: "
nutoin; fraternityand get the largest catarrh furghteeII yJI -. I
nhnre of t thoir'moncjt.As his pipes all over the ground The "I I Iliink, if 11",1'I'ho, are afflicted! withCJiinrib
skirling!: has had! 11"''. happy effi'ct of \\ould try IVruna they wuuld neverregi
nn illnslrnflon of this Sir Martin "
) *-t it
(buwev!! 11"5 the County of Kent, -' scoring (caelei!:] out 01 the locality In. j'i'Miiin! IB inaimfArtured b)' The PerunaUnii
liv 'I'rijtcs. in the bed Yoik 1'reee.L 2 .
wl-'c'i' 1 is already famous throughout which birds of prey had, funnel ly ( Mfn Co. (,'oliiiubua, Ohio. 1

ii' ( done consldeiWjltdamage! by can UnKoT !'; .Ink'' |/"" r Ifruuiflnl fur a frre '"1'I -
O'Alur-d; : for '
ltsflie. well-kept hlghvn. :
c''f 1 i
L e attacked.tiheep. rnf ItmttKinrjion
Government Spends $20.000,000 liimbs and! had<1 even '
I ; Diiiint. the August bank hoTIi :
p"gtlL" ,;... "h..n...
,." ovf.401)1)) I) car were enraged at -
.ldvle nod livrlnplr.lie ; '. I 9 S : 1'lle nH f
t' _Year For Secret Service J !'\>\llt] ."uir, > Mast of them( came .from showing; method! of con FiBtulaCitr. And
I'... k I, mad I II
advlnbuilds I
:t structlng "fountain serins. Sp that given good < '
Oiiis'Oe; ""11. Assuming' that each a '.liilLSMlSLL-. --I UIU .MS 1 F FJ E'HI; : .
e'i I' ST 'fin fTit* i r.JI'il1! ) !; the three days, point of emergence; of spring; U;i. with Vine linnil ; he that glues road PEA" CO DEPT B. MINNEAPOLIS. MINN.

assertion Thai This Amount Was Paid Out In 1903 Will Form tli4? Basis! ol a Rigid Investigation i'i" ecu iiy, ))1 i.'Cited: l hy Us! good'; < roads gravel ; 8, Baud C, clay ; b hI h 2 ('OllU,<'I and good< example! builds. with I 1 J-ra: '\ inoiu'v I.H baldest to keep

I" 'I'} to the I :.. s.nt of some $200,000.:: b 3, sunken ImVrel ; o ole 2 a :I. both. hands! but he that gl\e good;
i : Into the Uses to Which Such a Sum Has Been Put-.Representative Tawncj
Ono Mlronlo Quinine"
tie; n-A (n\JII,-.I. us we can hardly'nil outline original ,oxeavatlbn.;;>n. : admonition\ <1 ,bail I example builds Only
: Says Country Will Co Astonished by What Committal Will Reveal. to I.:r. that the motorcar Is going with one band and' cbMims, bin c\ .. That u 'Illative' Uroiiio Jainme., Look
ponds entirely upon the fore behind for' the aiiiiiutura' of K.: W. (Jrova. L'aed the
$ to play u lage.nnd!; larger, part in with the other.Crotonheal World to Lora a Cold in U... Day. 2So.
Washington, I). C.-the! Senate Bum of money have been diverted the spring and It Is quite V slmpK- . over
Committee on Appropriations which for" other purposes than those desIg- thc>:-t distance' transportntloli l. our Inventive --- - Persian, Justice.
matter to concentrate that force and llar l to Imagine.
,l. carrying out the Senate's Instruc- nated or Intended by the law. The ( Ingenuity should :" lions to Investigate the operations of Investigation about to be begun by ( It already is 1 li;1 many sections) town confine It to a limited outlet. Where The. electric furnace in capable. of 'The! revolutionary party In Persiais

4 the Secret Service and other detective the lloiiso is Intended! to uncover as -J making a rc/ad surface better there Is a "head" of water theYfower attaining a bent of 7200 degiei-s! drrnlalfag on postcards! and l lu. .

v, bodies employed under the Adminis- many of these anuses as possible. saiifd t'> withstand the rapidly turn- of that head may be untlllzeM I 0 This Is I a fenr.fnl; temperature, nnd larger. : form a picture descriptive of

tration, already has obtained sufficient Speaker Cannon named Representatives :111; rii'.iuer: tire and less dusty than. squirt a stream Into the air or make' will melt slnuiM] t everything) :: solid "Perniaii Justice" which -shows three!
r Information to show that In the Olmstead of Pennsylvania la desired
It flow through pipes to
tile i pusrnt macadam. With all tbe known to man In comparison wilt bandits hangiiig! by their- feet front
tl last year sums of money aggregating chairman; Currler, of New Hampshire point. The Idea la to trap the entire
I iron 'bar would be
this heat red-hot'
.about $20,000,000 have been expcnd- ; Young, of IIflclgan ; Brantley, B.-iiu' : ,101:1111111) : ; Indubitably to more of the spring anoVteend r11 a the f'llytalC'/! of Taurl The men

b -d In secret Investigation under the of Georgia nnd Bowers of Mississippi (- ind l more niotorlni; every year, the power called cold. almost naked are shown suspendeilfrom

"direction of the President. Thin -as members tbe special committee cju4nii...l oratory tee---anti'--legiela-: through- small pipe.- l an oi"n1"S"ln the. watt, the ropes! 7

knowledge\ will be used by the Senatu authorized by the Tawney resolution taJ against dust and road Injury isii.tulariv Myron L. Fuller discusses springs Jumping/ Itiiilness. Mimlles.liunlt )binding thitr fret being fastened ton
+committee's sub-committee pf to investigate .the various In a recent bulletin of the UnitedStates ,
: pointless, What the con- f I pillar neit to which a military
as the basis for a rigid examination branches of the Government Secret Agricultural Bureau, and. one
litioi's: : obviously call for are better stands "For
guard at "attention.:,
'Into the uses to which such a vast Service. Messrs. Urantley and Bow ot his suggestions Is entrapping a
=amount of money has been put. Much ers are Democrats. Mr. Bowers Is oads ant!* d usi preventives: The In- spring with a bottomless barrel and r l hours." runs the legend under). the picture -

rot the money expanded was not appropriated a member of the Appropriations Commit ernr.t.oral Highway Congress, whichmeets confining It so that all the flow of i i'off "these wretches the robber Agp:\ .

specifically for making Investigations te?. In Paris; next month. Is a moveIn water will rise through a central pipe ROd his'companions, hung. In thc(-tr ('

of a secret character, but As the result of the passage ot several tine right dl,direction I and may marka In the Interior of the barrel. Any badly wounded condition, before death
taken from at laws In the last few with och In the history of road
was lump sums placed years new.e;> boiling spring whIch Is. not too l large I relieved their a-gony. Ttiousands of
the disposal of the Executive to meet other reasons, the number of'men em- 1Uadc., .-New York .Globe.
'contingent expenses.: ployed'to discover violations of stat, _'II", may be 'made 'to jet Its -water If con i ibpi people Of all ages and classes looked .. .
CTbe criticism of the lavish way III utes hag 'increased"'nearly twentyfold -fined:: In a'barrel or similar caisson. 3 mournfully upon these victims( tifTeWlan .

which' Government funds have beep within a decade. According. to Mr,' 4' ForJletter Ito d". His description at'' the device is as : justice.! ". . ,., ' ,1

used for purposes of investigation Tawney, the number of these men on if any"''Americanawho lie'ln' or follows: A bottomless barrel (b b1. "."t' '. , i'' r
'Steamer.. ,, .
F becoming>> very pronounced among' the" Federal roll Just prior to tbe ; near largo cities would be surprised b 2 b 3)) '.may,then be Inserted'and,:' an bpi d f Black Cat Turn -

$ Senators and Representatives, and Spanish War was less than 200; today - to hfnr It stated that' the United upright pipe placed In the centre with Two stories tu'e'told by marine
they think It Is about time to call a it exceeds 3090, and the appropriations Jts bottom nearly level with the lower men explaining the'return of (liefcteamer
:Thalt.! Where all the $20.-000,000 was' for their maintenance have" btatra poorest: roads of any edge of the barrel. Around the pipe,, N John Duncan, which reached
Is of wonder at the lumped from a little over Jl,000,000 cn illz".1! country In t the world. Nev. North;
pent n source Inside the barrel are pacKed round Point on Its way to Erie.
,c ,Capitol. t to seven or eight times that amount. e-lh2eQ.; the statement Is de'Kri'd Fa., but then
returned to port.) Acrosseved
Inches In
+ the Thla Is aside from other expenditures. 1' hy all who havo had stones ((0)) three or four
:. :X In spite of reports to contraryit an op- black cat In the fo'castle.
Is denied that there Is any real Home of the large Hems contained wally; to learn by experience to be diameter at the bottom, but gradu- A '
basis for the belief that In underlak- In the current appropriation net, that ti iH.iivstionHbly true when the ally decreasing In size until a heightof t .t liars the crew. -

ev lag to Investigate the workings of the is, those that wero passed last winter, or the whol country aro c<> .roars two feet is reached. About sit : The waves were' too heavy and
| .r'fc'l OovernnH nt's secret agencies the Senate were shown by Mr. lawney: and Mr. Lately there has been much inches of sand ((8) should then be '' the promise of a bllr.zar] too great

11 "V and House are making a first step Smith another member of the Appropriations serted, covered with an equal l..y... 4o riskthe men's lives Is the announcement
> In the direction ot canning trouble for They are as or the automobile as being djbiructive ness of clay or of liB clayey' sand IU-/I of the cnptnln. who
the President. The purpose ot these follows: of gaod roads. Tbe daroare loam as can be found ( C) Clerk-"You will have to be yarn.
,.Inquiries, it Is asserted Is to ascertain For the detection of violations ot Is soernrnent great; that In France the Oow- .
Identified. camY
should somewhat moro than fill the d
and prevent further 'abuses by the postal laws U'.106.000., has: been forced to take- up
remainder of the barrel, 'and should Lady Customer-"My friend hero bach. After the gale] subsided or
'i the Executive and not to place obstacles For the detection of violations ot the matter and Is even now studying
be worked in around the edges on the will identify' me.-" the cat d disappeared. you please,
In 11\e way'of the President In the Internal revenue laws, 1.126,000. ,preventive plans. In the United
t+ :performing his legitimate coastltu- For the detection! of frauds on the ;$;itatcs, hot\ever4 It may be'that the outside until all avenue of escape of Dank Clerk-"But I don't know the 'trip :-
tlonal and legal function customs, 200000. the water, except through the (projecting her." ,. t" the lower lakes.
1 r There Is good reason to believe that For the detection of counterfeiters, utomobl! will yet Grove a powerful pipe, is cut off. The ground Lady Customer-"Oh well, I'll In- -- .
> nflnpnce! in Letter roads. The Amer. HER MOTIIKn-IN-IA\V
the Senate Investigation vlll\ result $115.000. should then be leveled over and thor- troduce y<1u. "Newark Call. .
tI In an effort to define In unmistakable For Investigations by the Bureau icon Autonio'jile\ Association has recently .. Proved a Wise, Good Friend < .
p terms the relations between the Ex- of CorporattirmC175,000. held a two, days' good roads - -T

:cutlve and the legislative branches of For special agents and Inspectors. onvcntlon! In Huffalo, at which pro- ,.. RCRMAPS. I I.r A young woman out In la. found a
:the Government and to make clearthat' In the enforcement of the Interstate ,'Iso'l i ; was' made for practical dem- wise good friend In her mother-In-

moneys appropriated by Con- Commerce act 450000. \
nscratloiis o thQ best methods otcad law Jokes notwithstanding. She
t' shall be used for the For the deteetlon nnd preventionof ; Ml F w""adA
cress only purposes building! !; and repairing, and fortperiuieuts :4 .r p PJti "ty writes:
for which they were specificallyappropilated. ] depredations on p\ul>llclands, )500-
000. (' looking toward the dls- "it Ii two years since we began

; y "The enormous ramifications of the For the Investigation!; of-Antl-Trust on'i'y xif a bliialng material which using Postum In our house. I was

.yat m .of Federal espionage which law violations $250.000. vll not be sucked out by slue) pneu'atlc greatly troubled with my stomach .

.lias: grown up largely under the Ad- For special agents!!; for the Pension tlrea. There] are too, r t' s r complexion was blotchy and yellow.

4 ''ministration extending even to the Bureau 380000. pvs Youth Companion, that the old After meals I often suffered sharp)

t domestic affairs of citizens" are For" the enforcement of the Meat policy of tiiroA-lng upon the towns 1y9 t .' h + vt* !Ay pains and would have to lie down. ''
e shown by.flsures quoted by Uepresen- Inspection law: Congress appropriated he burden. of building' ; the roads and 1 PJI'je d{ el da y { 4r r.i1 My mother often told me It was the
; tatlve Tawney, of Minnesota, chair.t $3.000.000. the bulk of which Is said ry %; +f6 ;'
coffee I
them drank
r ktepinf,; hi repair Is to be super- $ at meaU. But when. "
:man of the House Committee on Appropriations. to have been expanded for inspection
services. eOerl by tr.e more sensible plan of I'd quit coffee I'd have a severe heed. '
e ,*- During the last session of Congress Similarly a large part of an appro- having; rne State do it. The towns ache. .
d the Administration which In now priation of 826,000 for the enforce-' wall: of curse,
f 1 \ ,-complaining because $10,000 was' rent of the Pure Food act It Is asserted -, : ,_ tut the;, rn-31.I"'! UJRinvavg, should. : I remarked that she always, made such

r taken off: the usual appropriation\ for Is paid out for Inspectors. A 13 bailt and cnrd for by the State. good coffee, and asked her Jo tell'mo''

the Secret Service division- theTreasury sum approaching $1,000,000 annually IlS they ave, lii France. Germany and how She laughed and told me It was

a; ,- Department called for -very la said t j bo expended for the enforcement Rwitzr:>.ii'l. 't''he Nal1 mal Govern- .easy to make good 'coffee' when you
? large. appropriations: to.--otllel' secret oT the Immigration and
s. melt has drclded to send the Direc- { use Post urn. -
Investigations, and these appropriations Chinese( exclusion laws. '
t".' of the of t "I began to use Pbstum
Deportment Roads
to as soon as
( were actually made by Congress. All this is aside from appropriations i qr't
t The several amounts reached the for the collection of evidence In ,I Glo< International good roads convention t.Y 1. t I got home, and now we have tho -

-enormous total of $8,120.000. "the ordinary litigation: which occupies ( wnlch will' open In France in name good 'coffee' < Postura )) every

,'While it Is only fair to say that a the time of tha Department of Octobeand, at which the problem of day, and have no more trouble. Indigestion -

*! part'- of this large sum was not expended .issue('. Including he pay of United the automobile!! and the roads will J Is a thing of the past and

-jV | for investigations essentially States marshals special attorneys fwd ncdVl' espvrlal' : "' c" my complexion has cleared up beau-

.secret In character an enormous experts of various kinds. It readilycan attentiouI ( tltull,.

l ,amount was intended to further the be seen that with appropriations "My grandmother suffered
t a great
J ecret police and Investigation work made In lump form such as the foregoing -''III(-. deal with her stomach. Her
,of the Government; the rest was forramouslnepeettonwork. It is difficult to segregate thnamounta.paia
-. :. eat for aclurl work of The Incumbent 01: an old church in told her to leave ojCC coffee. She theatook

'.- Vales asked a party of Americana to tea, but that was jast as bad. _
Representative: Tawney and other detection of aU kinds, and U is this
pet members of tbe House Committee on.ApptoprlaUns' among other things: that the investigation visit; his parochial school.! After a -- "f.} -flnaj iwas-> Induced to try I

'. .declared that larger Is expected to disclose. recitation he Invited them jo question 1 oitdln, Vhlchs.he.has used, for over

ho scholars, crier one'of the. party a year. She traveled during the win I

,Co ti> Santa Fe Z.OOO.OOO( to He- I Forty-two: ; KentuckyCountiesto accepted tbe invitation. ter over the greater part of Iowa, visiting -

4d> place 1'elel&lIpb: Wit" b'l oue.J k Stamp Oat Had Men.' "Little boy," said he to a rosy something' she had not been Jf .

y .Chlcafo'-' e At- I I't. ;i-iarton; Ky.-A call has been Is- faced lad, "can you tell tao who able to do for years. She says '''a T

), ''and r Santa Fe' HstnaUt 'lefj "'n. Jackson for a great mass George Washington was?" owes her present good lualth ti 1'1;'- Jtu1'n. I

s would op ,rai 'd' M 1 c, t < be participated In bytlelerv "Us, surr" was the smiling reply. ."

!rd UDe-'frnm' _Chluo!' to ,.,, s f, 0'11' forty-two counties In a'k1 was 'American gen'rat." Name given i i'c Prrntum f., riHtllc y
:telephone Instead oT --:-v TOK r u ..1tnrrh'pnliicky.tojie,\ \ held In Jack- ,
ti: early in !May at Whl Uliegeneral -- Quite rightAnd can you tell me A. Creek, Mfch. iJtail Tt 1>?. n.M| I iWellvllle. i-

i ii' .aa- tidy, tho Ja- suii situation will ba dlscusied and what George Washington- was remarkable :. ." In pkgs. ''''-burtJ's.. H..".
been let.tor
Dtfa?ta.haye "
{ \ttufatloa.1)< the telephone. system be- plans put forth for the .tamping out for? f ?1 son.

;" ':oi1itw.-;'II Kfcnjas.Clty and Bmporla. Kan. of-lawless.'cases, including feudlatn.illlelt ,- -Its. surr. 'E was remarkJLbleos' +nrA ii r rt { 1 Ever read the above letter A sea

... .,oif:*.-.thl" ''section tl. ,ffnlshed distUllnrof whisky and operate 'e was a 'Merican an1 told,tb.trewt one appears troop time to .t.( ....- -Tbc, -

'' ",. "Cworlr.wlll: *"! t.eCUD between euP Inc of."_"blind<< tiger1 saloons! > Mass ." The rest wa illence. -Cas- The Patient (having' escaped from the Chalr--"I,) think, perhaps- I'll I are genuine true, and full of hdmis
be held In each county I
t !: Cltf"4Ad'cbktro J :'Theecgt"wily% bs ., 'meetings'vrill' a.Jl'. Journal. call again to-morrow.' "-,From The Sketch Interest.

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,. A HOME' IN FLORIDA 'STATE I / I Immigrant FIgur.LApeording -

Governor Gllchrlst I to table -

Offered to ltali na Who Werp I ed with pleasure. all. I the Federation R rvlewv C.22S taunt-
They are taken aa ii.i I grant Jews 'entered tie' bert of New
Victims of the Q.\Q\\ U
Earthquake. '
I careful judgment and I York In September, 1908. Of.these I. cocIu gas mop k with Fs.'s Ce... U'a. sideg Ito.

that; the sLa..' '. 2,433were Women, t.OOl men and 1- ._- ::t.1. ILr0.b. ktoochuia or paias in the Imp ..cur. will
will ;
PRACTICAL' SOALIST1C fLAN-=ncxTTXour f-l141 y-ar .anwidely years a { I II '; ,,"* :791 children. Russia contributed 4607 ,- I '' the initaied threst siud lungs to bormal sad beakh* coojitios.
lot cdeea. Fe opaies e
4' Duke Porapeo; Utta Discusses Plans to I hia Inaugural address. \ : Austrln-Hungary.' 1,234;, Rou- Fe. elf a centlsl ih. eaveroigs ioi thc.Ac .uI
At Hull, De Solo ] mania, 273; England 1i6t) Permany,
';EetaUi,n New Meuina Colony Ev.a ci lung di"- '
r< / \, in Manatee County.J tie Pebble Phoniiliaio! uiG.\ 19; 'Turkey.. 19jSwe.denand . RESPOND TO ZISO'S

f';,-", .... building' what It: la... I &Yuw t each and Holland, 3. The record .: .
: I.T.-F; "aace.-Some..:det [irs*'h av"i*: Ib<>>1atgellt"- Oncr t } ; "afllP' shows"'that" 1.6CO of" tbe-Immigrants !.

boon glvenuoiK l hjr Puke Pompep: U(t. world: 475$ feet long I jn\.u wefat to homes ,outside ot the

,, ..ta concerning bis offer to dunat i a feet wide. It will ) metrop 1J'.* In the corresponding
portion of an ext 1.he tract of land .more- than'" 01)) ton I ( \o twivitc the number --
month iMt of Jew-
/. lu .Manatee county, I.o'iorlda, to. vie;. to replace the frame year
I" tlms of the earthquake in Calabrji- ly destroyed .byflre.. I wk\\" tau,. Immlnra-nU. was :3.083 greater.. '

.' 'and Sicily. lie said nte land wai one of a number:,...of p \\u, J. ", ,AirFortnoon Lost.A ; SAFETY RAZOR
j. uwned by a "oXwhlcli l1e .Hie tacts recited flvo-
. was tbe head and ot which 8'brthr lmj>or lance of the I \\ "e\o ossxs\, young boy got a job with a

....... er-ln-law, J. Lamb Perry of' ,eharU-s. The real, estate I Isonvilie \\v.\\o.\u.w\ Scottish farmer!' once. "Ye'H sleep ..

I ton, S. C., was member., >v cornea quite I In the barn." the farmer said< -"and

In Florida the duke Bald the linl I. petual motion. I : \ I'll' expect: ye oot In' the. field Ilka .,.

lana will be given five acres of laui I The $ -, I morn at roar o'clook." "Very well
\\met\ .
': In their owd ''right but would be asked :'Johns countleaare '. sir," said tbe\ boy. But the first mornIng -

, to develop a. second farm for the net( about, the *'gtugtQtetesaua\\ he overslept 'a JIlUaDd"1t wan \ Save Shaving MoncrHere's
benent:, of the"syndicate, receiving levacd _
,. from; \ I the
four when he reached
1- however, :wagea In payment for the WhonXhey carry Into I S .\U ilslt.put 4iJaLJ4JeLJaLJ.LMJ'u.LMLI a revolution Ja'II "
work done upon the latter. edge the* have gained, I field. The farmer, leasing on his Rasors. the marvelous ''\

, lie expected tbat a seiles of coop automobUbstrlp to I hoe, gave him a black look. "Where : \

ti'atlvo btorea would be established avblch course moK take I Ia CO.. have ye been all the fornocn.he Jl 4ait r "Shrp.Shavr" 25c.SaktyRazor]
\: the colonists /might buy their
lll have prodded Pta aOrrrue! growled. II
material foodS clothing, livestock 1st and the farhjer I .14J 42(44._ i(! which gives you" better BLADE VALUE than

,* machinery etc., at low prices and upcm fluent avenues fo \ I who has COULD !NOT SHAKE IT OFF. I..' raaorlJ-oClfttn.O times the price. The practical
easy terms or pay for .them In l\v<'en cities to be\ I _' ..8ecL4LQ- value Is In the DUADB. It 'Is the best because
labor If they ao desired. Duke IJtU Engineer Barnard w I Klducy Trouble Contracted by Thousands made of the finest steel 'tempered by a special
f Lit la claimed that he was a piacltcusocialist. has Eczema. 4 process and scIentifIcally ground and honed
patty proved In tho Civil 'ar.
tothe kecnnst possible edge. You
edema COIf I. down
liable and scientific I .. and a few the best practical lUsor ever In.
J James W. Clay 666 'V. Fay tte St., 5 pay 2S cents for
The duke has discussed the
already .
the Duval board I the u. ot nineteen-twentieths the
- que tlon transportation with the his tervlces of the cured me. I Baltimore Md. says: "1 was trou. j A: fancy troduced prices asked you save for fancy frames and bold..

BU-umthl; companies and he hopes With the various Y praise a* .It" bled with kidney EXTRA.BLADES. I" era The "5ftj SHAVR" It.XZOR: Is ..Gust

that the American government will way or ) .:rnsld. complaint from the In the frame a. to b. correctly "angled" to.
valve the Immigration restrictions will have means of <-k.. M.... 4.. time of the Civil suit any face. We sell you the whole, Kasor'at

The tract In Florida Is known locally home or vehicle: with Tetter Klnf ) War. There was I g: Z5c. so as to create ,a market for our blades.,
as M)'akkaCharleston. Aiigustlnp Ormond ; ( : I ('Jo riles.. HoJKh, In- I constant pain In the I. 25$: :: I; :: Extra "SHRP SHAVR" BInd.... & for t"c.: And I
: satin finish silrer-plated stoppers at lOo. each
S. C.-The Duke DC ango Park, Groen |> ) Old Itching Hun- back and head and ..7; "
Ulta, who Is reported from 1'urls to PoJulka: and .' Scalp foim, of the kidney gecre- -i:: We send the Razor complete extra

have offcied to btdlu a colony of the I lie, country between, ,,: Tetterlne 4 tong| were painful Blade or the Stropper, prepaid 4
Italian earthquake suffeitrs In FlorIda !In' mirpnHHod in by mail from &) ,
Co. d and showed a sedlment by mall on rscelptofprlceP
married e\cral >uaru uvro ;'I lihtJunlu rjAinonn'.
IVrry. the daughter of the lateA. those who . The first rem- I In stamp or cash. ,

S, J. Perry of this' city. J. Uimt nuiftiialkm of Covcu ( | to a point eay to help me was Doan's Kidney BOOK PUBLISHING HOUSE.

I'erry ref ei red to In lb" (diKiauli!. ] >.. Jiulne I'V. White l open. PIlls. Three boxes: made a completecure _ 134 LEONARD: STRUT.H. .

from PIUS! : Is 'piominent attorney" )-oluuulst old man' In ( I and during five years past I have Y. CITY. .
here. Mi Perry U now In l Europe' had no return of the trouble." 1
a )on tug man lie at for Children, .
- \in confc-renco with Duke Lit Ia. who! ural Ion of the .J\rAt\ !,: l In Children's Sold by all dealers 50c a bot; I THE,.. Irre.p_e

has an option on a tract of I'.IIOtHIKKB ( ever had, foi lie in Complaint Foster-Mil burn Co.. Buffalo, N. Y. II.. Dr prto..
of \trgln timber lands In Man --- i
< !
veailin was tlipn a TrOUblo..j Many men aie d I scour aged who

alee M\nkka cwililj! Company", Klorlda, a', concein owned by urtixule I he. Qtilnry GlIllI d8. His I i I mxllml'uS' .'1Ic.. I had any_courage. u_L__ -__, = -=-- = ....;.....: __

.l here several for tinpurpose t llRhth on him, ancj h"l Udx, N Y. -
>ears aio
In but little If any. PUTNAM FADELESS Y.E'S
of .control of till.
l : ;
Ijestow -
In 1.0: man In the tta up il
e, ISIII.l on whi '1. It Ix Rluled. t there an In I tin- history und i t not. N Color more good hr1frbt' and fader color than any other d,... One lea" purkutra 'ttIoi tUl fllver*. They d ljr. In cold w.*'''hotter| Ihnn hny PtJiar dy*..ToVMm ..
In round n\ll11h"I'S half billion Cl..LflC ..... = (QaioCT llll r>l
a Florida, than Judp dye fcnj gurnieiit wlitouut rtppltig p.n. Wrlie for ,roe bookiot-How 10 "... ltievcb au l Mix .or. IIIU\: IU& UltiJU CO.
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the timber The bind i Wonlfor1-J \
finest pine' Drainvho
That ProPosed fttt At druggi.U. \ Highways; of happiness are never No unmarried woman over forty Some men complain 185 ;;
Itself Is very ("-It lie. It |IR clnlnicd show the goods. f/
nod valuable, fieldof phosphate rock will be :i jioU'Ul) (' chj. through with pain or tears five Is lit to teach sayswriter.. cannot ',<,'
the, poiiulatlon of :: ''t0og driin" ca"n inks l.unly nggrmvmtotliH
are said to have been found on It ruentl -I I ( ; naughty Njire Cared In 6 -C8 14 Dora.. Fie shouts the Cleveland Leader, I conditionths\ trn n-irfetiy, for \ ;::,.
<' ly. Duke IJlla has been II('!lot I. The Htlcnllfk name' cat's Paso Ointment is guaranteed to cure any No unmarried woman Is that old. I Ktloii, out .ilvnr trouble found In UarOel4 ';
ullng for the land fpr MIllie tlnitit which! JH guilty of poor raiwof I IIMea IL bin{.Blind,Bleeding or l"rot rudmfJ4 I Tea, thu mill lien; Intatlvo. fIt If'

is'! and recently hlR jcpKspntalive fo.r ushi.:ue that in 0 UN days or money i refunded. 00e"The > Distemper [ that the >'
came to Charleston and heturednn |'r('\alent has been ; pulling It I In all its forma among nil nf\ea of horses often happens UIBU/WUU '
option upon it. Ktogonnlii 1 / fasrlata to ; cat Is doing fitancrard Oil Company Is willIng I anti ilotin cured: and others in the aamc 1 makes tracks has no time to ,Cover: : '.

pun, but Its nature Louis RoI I to pay a b4g sum to (the in\en- stable |.re\' III,1 from, lm\inn: the dlaroMwith thorn -
EILIIITIN1TUBLRCUUJSIS. Kpohna 1>..lernpl"r Cure. K:,ery bot
In the luunt.
('hWK"d tor of A plan to abate the smoke tie.guarantm! ()\'er !SUU.tmU( ) bottles sold 1

Campaign In Florida Now On In Notice yaB"served nulssJice" said Nrepresentatlve. of laat: year '.:;0 niul 100. Good druiKivU CAPUDBNE
Earnest. rlulnl. In his \ the corporation.'lebope the pfeopie or nund to nianufncturcn Agents ,,"anted.Vrtte .
.... Reward \ for free hol.k. Me.1 Co.
Hpnhn ,
no need (
Jacksonville Fla.-Kastnard nnd iiernon apply will lake the rhatter and as COLDS"k
be Uiveneea Ind.
has been cannot bi>ec. Contagious Uoalieu CURES
convicted In
southward swings the consumption: UrlvKthe
slat "Why not snjoketbroi .
combat From Alabama to Kloiian) foim vt lobljlitg the Toledo, O. us.liweter*" I ventuVeil\, "Wo 1 I No harm to study even If we arc an. G R I P Pit ?........ .r.
moves the exhutit lou ciiniimlgn of the go\ernor rightly; 'li' it.'y' : known F. J. certalnN I not to be called upon to recite .e.a..j,
XaLlOJlJ Aumcliuion-' the. SUay Croni I the public Is ) and believe are. floing that\ tp,.a t. Relieves, the aches and feverlshncss. ,
and Prevention of tuhet 'U105i14. Even than 'stealing from business her rtpllod -Th -Jssldes of\ our Mrs'Wiiulrrwr's Soothing Syrup for Children - Contain*'H*-AotanMMer ".... '"7I
( : ) to carry: 'w 'I thing! ,."fl.en.thojlUDI.; ,tSdliCSl inflamma .
4re sprayed every ..
In Florida where nature IIHH done I'cnsiu'ula will bia Ann. chlmaeys allavntxua.curea. wind coiuc.2c a bottle I TYPWRIT.RS1i: ;

no much I to further healthful Ii\'i ug story hotel a .- : \ Whole- feet by sprinklers. anil, we assumtM I 5,44.'ent.-l ueblUWlC'd..arywhw.iseh1.. .
man has been cureless and unwise tnl .and many other l that this ///would' be s-ufflclent to remove Some things a- man might lose with ..pthwro eqoal;; In i..... .nld .t S.aeing of 00 to 1O.c:
I act f>ronl, to hlmaclf.POstCardsFREE. ret,). on msnuf.eturer proe C..b l
and Ignorant, In the ('mo of his body i Other Florida towns all/objectionable gases from payment.. C..Fed by:. .rsaraat.e== \ 1.
I front mucuousitn* I ., w......for ..... ... .. ..
so that the garden. has been mu sent free thai .
\I4LIItt! ( .
I'rl.T'I'IKWHITIK 1'0. 1 e .
...... ready In the buniaii soil for harvests i Jacksonville. at I"R. all DrtiKgmta. ",',parfl'tly' I not. according to thooinplalianU. I ortlaiI, ,.,,, 4'.r. 1".4.... Sew. lerk. "

'of neudless diseaau.With I I will noon be "lit up" conatipation. c . If there Is a better j .
the Srllt'of January there tional electric lights I
/ Bmokewe'd like
opened at Jacksonville a "90 day 'carnpnign,1' block. : D. noilbod/of/ purifying Home of) draw. Jirkaon hantlnn ...en.... .WeBur
o con lilder If'-New York Press. view In Wa.bni4ton. I) C..and other souvenIr
. ) which is to stir ,
every .
"-." The su'ccess of the) time this I I' .rot. of nacluriaVJntrreiit\ no In all, PRKK: ;; ICyOU I FURS
;J, city, town and neighborhood between county fair III coming out send J oFJ Btfa..hoD, HMbTllle Tans. -
;., '. Ihe gulf and the Atlantic., The I Arnn.'wife can't even keep Mia (mention llili paperXimni*.,and iiddr.s.em ol 4 Hide and .
l ; : ( ,state superintendent of PuPJ1c'lllstrue.' countries. 'one of lha( /on''Iib .water wagon by telling 'him I or more young 1 people Av oat II kt-lytn atten>1 hiinlneuonir WoolFeather
{I" H : j/
i uniBtaiu'eB attending "In the v or take letituiiuy MAIL* IP Ton, '
. "1' tlon will declare a "health day" I In tile:! short time in [bow Her mother predicts he will fall want. TO BISB from the flfiu.LA R A AY. ei.4!r *.TaUov, B..wa.. Gl.e..g., '
all of the schools. The state boardof doctor can off. opines/ the New York Pre liS. IntO the! FIVE: 0-tAR-J>*Yi-y .*.- tMlSTART I- Gold..S..UY.flewR..d.M.pApl.,
) and Its c '
health will co-O),erate directly and I In K. States RIGHT by askIng for RitE eatalo ueDRAUGHOf'S Wild Ctaier. .... W. ate ..

through. their health departments HillglouH b IS56-"O f .6..__..
ci\lc\ commercial educational In the -allotment l bj MORE Iosvine; " CM do beller let r**S\w

and patriotic bodies 'will take part su lions on the I bench ( .b .. .......... ...Me... Re&oo...
coil"ii t of Fin,i that with the aid of I Ibe piesa of the | t-, Beak: ta Louna, Wm (a> w.&Iy
slate it Is expected that few rest A'hlinold became chief Bal. ./ ATLANTA, \UuutVILL .,.;........-...... -
IdB. Dame Foitune ( offer r NASHVILLE or MoNTOOM ti!:K V.\
dents and vlailors will fall to iccelvetho
l IM. Babel A Sons
of better health for all i lug upon both Florida for yo_r "
this Salve Is/
field : I
of the peopre. Negro;!; "lenders In line family ) car, a \
(>d. It would( beem to : be app ed
with the programme planned at Tun-
a chief Justice who ente nil INCREASE HIS INCOME
kegee In !December will push the ific. sEIAiT1 CU.tibn. .
bench Price
(!ij>on a already ,
movement among their race. ..... ..
1 and
of -
Justice logic .
The National: Abboclatlon has /
provided even tem-
for holding; 'exhibits at Jackson ipon) Governor (; CURESAdded Why not add $1000.00 to seuosgae.nLex..S

. illle. Tampa and Pensncola There secretary, who seems $$10,000 to yours by acting 5yOs. of...1 whees. brIy '
he sort to ....... .
will also be one day Institutes at several chief RA as Local Agent Write me if ,---i.u.:: ,.worlr-w;_.......mer_. *-!
of the larger towns, together character the would like to aed J"In memVe seud e.e.Iv.. _pie olll '
state possesses.Noting you represent hoe [ioOr. ... 1. S -
with meeting. In practically Curfe theLong List due 0':1:
very Her rise = ,-,..Z'0.i1 .
community In the state. Hecause of I lie heavy HdnOfen The Mutual Life Insurance 51.7:.n .s&5a Ic kqS a .5.1-a wtt...
torn down to This Famous Remedy. ADd esiak' 'I ,.-, Or. .e.4 14.sad wo.dd a
the splendid health conditions In FlorIda -: .. .... sovsLt s.v., beuia
little effort river, the Fishing. Hun b7Fuun- -...
a intelligent: plus a or. Company of New York. '
Camden N.. .- "It ii with pleasure
comprehensive educational campaign York says In its last : suffered In. that I add my testimonial to laD co.. us *. c.'a en...:...
will far are being shipped ASSETS OVEN aaoo,000.000,00.
go toward freeing the stale : At times I
4 altogether from tuberculosis. low by the 'carload, it already longlist-hoping that it may R. F. SHEDDEN,
piccea. ,Induce others to avail themselves of
---- - Bnitlab-Amirleaa Bulldl".. ATLANTA GA.
of the mullet season with larus/ .
TBUTHS OF FLORIDA CLIMATL land yet: It takes : to g lANDS.AIfY
to make ,
Should Be\"Advartlud. in the North Imagine a the carload BO .doc bit or I/re who ., ,. ham's Vegetable GEORGIA FARM .
to Overcome Prejudice. I Compound. I sufferecl BIZR TRACTS TKRMBG.VKN.I : .
ness. when It reaches: tried! _ t
4. Jacksonville. Fla.-The greatest ob. every i from terrible I am the pioneer real estate man of South ; _.
of tho fish dealers I headaches pain in .rirla. Ifr located tliounand of r>->:pl "- oj\
stattoto be In matterof .
overcome - .
lusiness and Until a 4 her from tether retl'ina I know the\ ivc'pit
back and WE SHIP BEST FlELtJ
Inducing northern Immigration to parts> of the river l the Cuticura my right and the country. I have farm that mti >* QUALITY .
Florida l Is in the Imagination of the of the after -J side was tired and sold If you want the chane of jour Itf to AND GARDEN SEEDS DIRECT
vantage flab four 4. and buy a horns eh raft, addr*. -
noi-them people that as It Is warm nil the Ointment nervous FARMERS AT LOWEST WhOLE.1 ;
From now ut I 1 1 1 J. R. MONROE AbtMvllle. Ccorgia.
weakIcouldh.ardll.wi -
down here In winter. It must be correspondingly mullet the itching. 1 < ;
commences SALE PRICES.
'f1',. at a a d. Lydia EIlnkham's \
hot In Florida In sum- ;
llies to beexcellenL.. Remedial. ..
-. -*
merThe The orange Barbers O! .... ble
fact 1 I., It the range of temperature Lo Is very Isrge \ B, 1008." n J-"'" :;j; '". ; stored me vegeta-// SEED OATS, SEED CORN, 'CANS

were aa great in Florida, ban at any period Bole Props and made me feel like a new person, SUED: ; MILLET COW PEAS, SOJA.; ,
as. say in New York or Chicago: Maaa. I MACHINERY, '
reeze. -and It shall always have my praise.Mrs. 13EANSPENtTSSEED; ; POTATOES =: i-
could live the ANY CAPACITY.
hardly one here
. any Dade two-fold W. P. VALENTINE, B02 Lincoln i
countyU a I
year round basing It on The winter Ires td be better Avenue. Camden. N..1. I ATLANTA tmLJTY-WQRKS ,

range of temperature. In some years been raised In years. t Gardiner, ],{e. "I was" a great sufferer -I xAsrroIucTo*; Anti TOMATO SLIPS, ONION SETS,/" .4

the range of temperature In those fvlng news In vl ,w ption. from a femalo disease. The doctor GARDEN BCANS, GARDEN PEAS "':,

saris In nearly 'quite 120 degrees. floods had destroyed Is being I said I would have to go to the ALL KINDS GARDEN. FIELD AND
Think of a summer temi>erature of
hospital for an operation but Lydia E.
In that section
crops fraternity n.OWE'rt11)8.:; ( LAND PLASTER \
145 degrees: or theieabou's In Flor llnkham's Vegetable Compound completely -
for '
be ready fiacklug
ida' Yet that would correspond\ for cured me in three months,"- AND FERTILIZERS.WRITE OS

the extreme range In New' Yark or steadily time the Increasing receipts .of t Infalli I Mns. 8. A. WILLIAMS, 11. K 1>. No. 14, SHAFTING, PULLEYSBELTS FOR J PRICT.S ANp SAMPLES.
In time. IT the I
Chicago a year's exact certain Uoi 89 Gardiner Me'
maxima: nnd minima of temper flue' quality proper Because your case is a difficult one, LOMBARD IRON WORK AUGUST. 6A. STATE W4JAT YOU WANT.NAS"VILLf .

store In Florida for any year, or If congress; passes : : lectors having done you no good
even for any summer could bo pub- duced bv and do not continue to suffer without j Cancers Cured.

,l1sh,d' and spread broadcast In the ;,:/yes, the dratnage of com ; giving Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable=

north It would overcome this preJudice >IH lie taken out of of-.good Compound a trial It surely has cured ..Of...?III"".,thoo",p,,.,"an--d'w-t..e.'l. founded on Imaginationvolch: Male of Tlorlda" and doses many cases of female ills, such aa inflammation ter .O C... ID rartos C'oe.rt-an" laitoore a....

again is based on Ignorance. those of the agrlcult retir ulceration displacements, llmoalMla L Dr. Howard _BnnkKt Dt fr..rontohlnl oa _ppl'eitlna.Irratiaert.Add!...* 21S Second: Avenue North.

n Ml be Inl"'re tt... fibroid tumors i irregularities periodic I J. &. HOWARD. M. D. .shvill Tenn.i'Thothpson'sEyeWater.
APPOI\ttD SENATOR. have been making; almost Im pains backache .that l bearing-tiown I Boa 561. Dirmintham. Ala. .N ;
feeling. Indigestion,:: dizziness, and nervous -
against the Florida i method Ttf
Governor Ollchrlst Has Named Hon. to Wnow that the I prostration. It costs but a trifleto .SElLTOURP.ATl.If the br l mr-(1lnjr Dew rapltallita. and : : :
try it, and the result is worth mil- at MMIIis'fl*isaesh.rd.'
tries to
U. Fletcher Fill
D. to Vacancy. thinks
L Tallaha&se'e. Fla.-Governor Albert er the day may come : j \Ions to many suffering women. I sew p CXJ: .,inM-v.lfa .l ltola..HMt" .,Phlla.Pa-. ('"t4'09)I) ;U

W Gllcbrist baa appolnted IIon. luu tions for the : r
can U. FletCher-or! ;riC1 Onv1tl -tu-- bo -niHda-by m'luraf, .-i.
United States senator AUing; the of '.>itvves' tbat an
;. flee In the Interim that will occur states will follo\V : It
between March 4 and the day upon Wisconsin and ) Ii"

which Senator Milton's commission last year chose their .. :\r'.'

expires and the meeting of the Ploi- great nominating "

.ida-i4.gia1turin prU.. The -bod; direct vote on the ,i"j

wlU then Tatlfy Mr. Fletcher's election This Was 110txacU : "" ,. 0' thas. ugly1 1izIy. gray "el.l U.. 1... CII"O". $AI. NgSTORIR.. Price, $1.00, retail.r .
the but It was near
by people. very ) l'

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!:. Don't fail to see our Line of Fancy Silver .

,... Rockers. all kinds.. : Book Cases, Sideboards, Chins .Closets Dining Chairfe.Oak l We 'have a complete Line of Dolls. Dolt Carriages Rocking; Horses Drums; # '
: : < Pieces vases. Cups and Saucers .
Suites, Iron .Beds, Bed SpringFULL. LINE' f t. Balls) Air Guns. Express Wagon BIG LINE OF5 and lO CENT; .,.*. . -
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Cake Plates.. Berry and Water Sets'
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4 : ', Salad'Irishes. Etc. They are beauties: i"

,, The lyiost Complete. Line of Crockery. Ever Brought to Kissimmee. -- ,. Complete Stock of Rugs mid Matting at New York Prices.J ,>


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.! !' S Our Line is the Largest, Best ami Prettiest Ever in Kissitntttce and are Marked Low. '.

[; '1 S Everything Must Be Sold Regardless df Cost .* .$ & & IVojthing to Carried Over .

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,.' =' -=- --.::- ----:.. COLDS AND BRONCHITIS The Graystone $ C. A:CARSON:Pr.nident. I N. C, B.YA,8.cretar!" ?. ,

After Other Remedies Fail T i 3j .
.' "" "*""1"1"""""**""""""""""""" " PMMB. ,
Office in Valley Gazette Building IN' THE HEALTHIEST TOW?'( IH! THE US. KI88IMMEP. FLA. j '
1 hale been troubled with a chronic

K1SS1MIIEB,ORCKOI.A COU TY, Fi.A. *4O'h 7:. fitl fiout. on N, Uroad- i I rand cold have and tried bronchitis many remedies for a long without lime j On Luke ')'uhopek alill'a. J Waters & Carson Grocery Co. I!

N':M. HARRIS' Editor ar.' Ii IiI wav with t-rooin house Inside notHnUhed I Undine relief Through the kind eugfesllon Hum ing, Fishing, shooting
.) Hathing. Golf l 'I'ennis. Itoqxie,
of a friend 1 tried Vlnol, and .
//ICi2.j! lluvt small I'liioni" cottatr mi C'licket, (lock Golf Baseball.
I SUBSCRIPTION HATER Uroalway. ail,(>slun water. : after taking four bottles, am entirely Trap !bhootinirTerms' !, GRO'C" RIES
On copy.ont yearOIM al 00 >< 7.* cured" A. If, Wilde 7J3: 8th Avenue Ii :
r. > > hays in South insiiDrnci- lot 75x I : *.!,W) to U t r() per lay
4 copy Btx moDtlii* a I IfiO. Vroom house, stable, Minneapolis Minn -
"oI'.copy. throe month. 2fi barn $1 1:"i to t21: per \\eelc
I Wilson Khpd.tIIIIII01VII S. McDonal.l.. 147 W Congress
:(> 1 11:! fenced. (1 lot.i 181 .
All communication.. "xwj>l from our author acres -I oom 1'aril !Minn writes "I ton
Md eorra.pond.nt,moat be ula-ntd by the writer house, llonlnu' : well. lust oiitshle citj .traded a severe cold last winter and To Our Ft'lends: OUNTY AOtil'lT8 FOR .i
4eiecbdnatter will not b. returned unlea'celled limlta Come and try a meal at the
thought; I would never gel rid \it I
for.Kntmd 11I1.11111( ) Hu\s ncw.1-mob" I/I cottage! ai'IP. of hotel'" Single meal 54)0' ) ; :Jl!1
Ntart watet, ventrally located tried \inol HH a last resort and ft baa meal ii<-kets *10 Rooms Jl per j if i 11.\ Y I celebrated Fertilizers I I :CRATES |
at the PmtonVe In Klunlmmtif. Fla.. ...1| 't-ioiiui i, completely lured me"
tll:-K) Buys \ (Iwellintr, with :! day Ii IiI
.*ond-claa.-0- mail matter 4 .I.If'rrtlayllntllry2 ''i'I... 1 some lui)2) <* xueet /tn',11 illl 01 ', Vlnol roinblnen two world-famed ', 5 H RAIN I 1 E T C. eCtrcater

ii like IIPCS on .i Ytl) etl'1 Pt. ''tonll'fII. the healing, medicinal properties *. ..4 Prl".
t9Ot! t. 1 1I 1I *1l>'iO !t(.,\"a in/ '\\ C'C illal(tr, .hth"l II l4 p tit 9| of tod liver oil and (ionic Iron deliclously H. W. o. Appftc.tlo.' a
I k/ioiinl, ,,11'''''. elevated) tank und palatable aud agreeable to the THURMA'N, :I f

; Into b"- regretted l thai' oui lix'al half wind H inill.< 'if nil."iionnih in orange, and liccs bath. loom Soittli' weakest ><<>nj eeh. for this reason, I PROrItIETORk.e.kda. :1 I : h"l : 1

Confederate Camp did nut appiopiiat i 1isetumee. hullder Viuol I is unexcelled, as a strengths I / ) ill s I 'UHS W 0 L '
s I for old people, deltrale rblli I --- - - - -- ,
ely General Ixs's lui liday, *::1.11011) liiMM 7-iooni iluelliiiu good
observe .
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'I drrn weak and run-dowu l"r oM., ""
TT I bat'u.l 4 UIMCS with 2.Ml) large sweolH .
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We sufffrest to Manager, Stovall that, edllnir <>i'uni>e (ifpH ( small crop in ter Hjtknvui .and for Chronic at-I M. TILLER fr Cou.n i
r Produce
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K Colds aud a Specialty.N ]
I HH\ paid) f4Ml( rash' ) nice walkingdislunti' I Bronchitis. J i
: the Tampa Fair could 1 haxelxpn MICosssfullv I I II
of school and puiUollli(', :
pulled off without iismtr! ,I North Kissimmee Sold i>v, ionKisoN's:/ !'HAn IAI (,\;. 1 Real Istatc; Agency. I ,"'-- --- ---- NVavVN'a $.
t.t.V; (>o) and ]_' lots, I I I
ltuyt dwelling
Booker adiaw liiec aid]
Washington'- as- _.- Ret (in choice pew fruit within less than I j I I II l ..,................... ........ I II .
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q An soon A8 it wan I learned lliat Mr a 1Ui1I''nf lii'aAtone. Hotel. {| i io4 Ii I Realty bought and sold. ;

t' Taft played jolt every little jlrk.water II i tG Houses rented. a i Favorite Fertilizersi

town, even Tampa, at once oiiranipdRolf !Easy: I-'a Vlllf>nl... I IQ Taxes paid and Titles ver- a..a i '
) club. Ol, !bvc-ophancj: thou art i I 'orrespondence solu'ited]. ified for non-residents.
.a t CROPS.
the god of many. .1 i ik .. Fire. Life and Accident In- ... I .
J. M. JR.KJSSlMMfch.
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,. killed .. j surance.
Twenty pemooii were i acaU-l i
rwfy'afro da bass-ereyar 4 Indemnity BondsNOTICE, I
road collision in Colorado last Saturday I : :, ri-OHUJA tM teWlet.eY aOew.aDD17 hMhlr ;
e night. It la nl consolation to REAL ESTATE AIM INSURANCE I, lasted.eptMrwneaat and Dal aR Yon elorte ran,nn N'e nn.toga ntp0RI I Aon.7FefF'V. ..ayr. 'V''V' ..... FERTILIZER MATERIALS

$thos who lire dead to know thai the tm .nn/Uc11e
IL engineer! the wail I talaris blamed I I t.e ?Aaarloa, Itr boar alyard..r.auisrtoweaNdl J''i INSECTICIDES I -
rag W. will. ear. tr very.wlsn \
for the wreck. NIGHTS OF UNREST : o.r Mo1 Yard avnoll tree. .
J Write to FOR SALE=BY
D. M. PnltY a 00, .
I More KOvernoieiH land frauds have IDs J ,
;been, uncovered by, the Interior Department -J ; I I d. M..L' EEKISSIMMEE
,No Sleep, No Rent No Peace for the | BULLION BAR MINING..
and Florida, Is' included: irt Sufferer From Kidney Tro.. lell. ,

Lb. list.% Secretary Garfleld. has 6nly No peace for the kidney tlullerer- 1' '. AGENT FOR ' :j i

raked for the small sum of on million. 1. ,Pan and distress from mornto. right.Geh COMPANY STOCK.

dollars to. prosecute' the crooks... up with a lame back Osceola Bounty ., Sanders Fertilizer Company 'Jac IL \ vlIl"I Fla.-. .. .. ; ;:.,?

Twinges of backache. bothet. you all ; < : for sale at I Igts than onV-thircTthe price apf1gyly . "
Representative Willet of New York day I -
-1 says there is no longer free sptech in Dull achin? l>i'euks j our l'eSlat mjrht.t'rlnarv > I Ab tract I asked by the. Oomnanv. Especially'
( iliHortlem add to your misery I Company low price f>n large: blocksddiegg
,Congress, just because the members ------r' ' ;
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by a party vote refused to permit him net al the cause cure the kiclne>'s. I { -

to allude Theodore It 118" tyrant, Uoun'w Kiel ne)' fills ilfoik) Lie S H BULLOCK, MANAGER.I janl-4t \
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l ( pigmy gargoyle, t bogus hero, euIt ". 'cuieTbev'ie, I teal I e.Lat,/ 1 !
for the ki Jnev < onlyHavetaiade -- .
I .. Titles examined and reported on
tfreatcuies In Kissiniu.ep.Mis :
must have been a pretty uevei-e t.. : Tuxes. payl I tfor non-residents W. t. IQ DUZOB
II. Seaver, living in the ,
; rattle to Hcarit'a slats when Governor < southern part of Kisslmmey, Fla Instiumeilts relating to real estate<<; j I
,,, Uaikell caused the arrest of Scott I Ill4ClteTQOlds Isays: "M\ buck ached constantly) 1 caiefullWdrawji Jj To reduce stock in order to make room for my summer i !

in connection with that | and as a result I was miserable. Every Correspondence Solicited. V stock of spring goods we will sell ourentire lot of Silk at i !
time I ttooped or attempted! to lift I ,I
libel suit he has
f6C5jOOO the

.daddy'oi the.late Independence partjW. '. I could anything not m\rest suffering at night was, arid doubled in the I I I :: REAL ESTATE 1 One-"alf Original Price. .

morning felt weary and. languid. I WI LI KIDNEY PILLS
J. Bryan has concluded nod to I learned of the effectiveness of Uoan's I l I. '
If.'e.lIlerled roar Kidoeyn Ilaveow
KO to Cuba, but will sp 'ud all his Kidney Pills In such cases and promptly > uvv rfwnf..cUour.J nervous ")Item and'e.we 5 Will sell Woolen Dress Goods :
: ,time In Florida If procured a box from the Kisslmmee i tfi,nbun. tour kida.yi and bladder I at ACTUAL COST OR>*
pare the dlatdnguisbed .'1 Drug Co. They rare me relief In a "\'<' >.nt Del W. In lotiiM. Bide bach groin andbladder' _KISSIMMEE, FLORIDAG. S LESS for the next 30 days ror Cash Only.
gentleman falls to visit KisikBcne .bhort entirely the .11.r. you a flabby. apperfranc of the yl) 1
banishing *
ot t'I'em| \\.111'> under the .y..f Too frcqueul I .
e h. 'will have misged seeing the backache and regulating theaction, of I. damn< i.. |Doha ".rl Me1* If*', Wl1Ilam.) Kidney j I
r' '. garden spot in tbis the foremost of all ;, the kidney secretions..". I Price. ea u n'U I nr* T' ii,-\l Onccola Fbarm.ey F. KKI13BS IH.

.the states. For sale by all dealers. Price .00 C. STANFORD COMPANY | "
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cent. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, i

1 Vi'k The sum of $IEWO. has been appro- New York, sole agents! for thA United DR. E. F AKERS I IDEN'TIST ATTORNSY-AT-LAW .

"dated bvj Congress to buy an a Remember the name *-and
mobile for stir. Taft when he becomes \ lake no otherJ.H.REDDITT. rI | simmee Florida.' .
President. There is absolutely no warrant I PITA'v-ovtI U-Ondn|) ) (Banlc and Trust .
I I With whom will bejassociated in the
for the. appropriation, but then t ii. Phone 73. i t '
I Crown, 111! and trial of causes the law firm *f ONLY, THE
Congressmen: do a good many unwarranted !' !Idge Poicelean "ork a',
'pccillll| .' 4 Masse & Warlow, of -

things I Karr'-'I'Lusr.I' tlr) II'in>.' guy aerrlceslshu Orlando .
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; Our "moving picture show has moved II 'i'il!' make ui i uiiiriirei! in ad- ----- -

, _to other field, much to the regret of I Itnce :TH. J. W, SIMPSON
OIIL.ANOO: 1'1..1DR. .
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the small boy, but to 'the food of the' I .stDru'gs

:town, for many a dlfira! was passed : DENTIST.
throughtjwr'ticket window its'J I'
during LESLIE W. WEEDDN Upstairs in Katz Building
stay here that could have been much i .
> H a. m. to 12 m.
k,. 'more. profitably used ]I .... Specialist-.Eve, Ear OFFICE HOURS: j :.30 to 5,30: p. .m.'telephone .

1. I i. t I Nose and Throat..... No..70 Jun 5. Ivr ARE SOLD BY
January 19 was the hundredth anriiversary II I 1 -- .
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_K, : Foe, and Boston and Baltimore celrI I II Private Hoscital. American National W. W. CARSON, D D S.

brated the event on a grand I wale I .. {Bank BuildineTampa, DENTAL PARLORS

S d"A: thousand celebrations will not make Florida. RIVERS BUILDING Osceola
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the spirit of the distinguished poet OVER. O8CEOLA, PHARMACY
4 rife" the hunger and cold his physic I Iea !Scientificconsists Sp..kl.a ,

body endured while on earth. in punishment only) when a OFFICE HOURS 1 .8 TO TO 12.t 5 eu.W. :e .1

TU>1 mell o.e, JEWELERAND child think. is that actually all bad. Some mothers -
r' I crying Is. badness. It's
: ; the dead.The.United.. WATCH REPAIRER.Call not. When your baby cries, lock for Kissimmee Wagon Works 1.'.1l l

and see uov Line of Watches. pins or some external cause; if vou
can't find! them give the baby White's! .
States Supreme Cour| CHRISTIAN
Cream Vermifuge, the chances
as are '
'I has affirmed Ula decision of the courts :Any article of Jewelrv Promptly: Or ,
It Is
suffering from worms which keep L.' WINK Under New
Management, with
'' r'' ,of Terns in Imps DIl a floe of 'lft25- dered upon Request. It hungry and cross all} the time. Thorough Experience and Up-to-Date

--3 : '.000.On( the Watens-PJerce Oil Co. The Edisofl/ Phonotfaphs and I toco r da1.Ilesldentlal Pleasant to t.ake-.ure la I its action PHYSICIAN AND MlRUE: NREUUEKO , Blacksmith, Wheelwright, and Horseshoer AJ
Price 25 centi. Sold by Rober.oD' --..
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PHOHB .1'1. KiMUfvn.OrncB
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same: court ov> courts All Kinds
'x ; ->Jlllnoi. when- they.l vled\a fln> pf $29;- -For:. Rart or Sale; -- F=- = P.ON. 111. .- PIXUUDA. Blacksmith. Wheelwright! Work arid Horseshoeinga *

,CO) .OOO on John D. and bls Btsndarddi and farming property of PILM8I, PILKSI PILalWilliam. HEALTH ANDIVITALITY -

'R w bunch. rA we understand it, the sixty: acres, well fenced, at Hammock llnd, .1 Indian Ml Ointment will care MOTTSk NsRVINE.'FILL. ALL WORK

f' '!cs4eg..were''t4eD'I aI. But then there Grove house 'fully furnished and in tnmor UlMdloikad.ltrBlncpll.t, allays lb. lt hld(at one It, aeu abrcrblrhe M Tb. treat Iron and IODM rwrtoraUTe tor meesad GUARANTEED TOSATISFY.
rood order;outbuildings and farming a _III"! *. rtTM Haunt! relief. WlllUmt vcmrD, prodnrt ilrtDirth' and IMIIi7 .
4-' 'tI--al:: 'el: between. Rockefejlerjand Lmpl.mtlD"lIQwlDjC, arte'l'D i well.' .ladle Pll.dliilmnlU prp nO for MlM UM builds .p ke, .y>i.m ..4 r.p.... lb. normal i Solicit Y_r .Trad. ..*
< Mil Itckilni d th.,Mr t. rru Mold.s17; !''or tk* 'tee for 00ce0Ia Paarm.ey or av
1, :PSeroe" 1 Appljr to DBOtJOIi'l'I O.s.ek Paarmaa. Nn sad ills. ,.ail U-tv per IMIJ<,. aexa< far V>..*. Treat TMI >i kt. O. R. JOHNSTON"WUI -
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. -- 0- Klsslmmee Va lieu Gazette For Bicycles, Shanibarirer. Or. Old papers! for sale at the Valley Roll of Honor e1"' L JW A"AArlied.i h j iLik6r W A J*.4k, rllt ,t.6... ---
lando. Ht. I I Gazette olllce. ,
. The following pupils of the Oxccola
---- All woolen dress goods at and below
Horseshoeing in the Iwttt and most HOLIDAY
TKLEPHONK NO. 11.PUBLISHEDUEVERY High School have been neither absent
.- ..- .. .< cost for cash at Stanford's.J.'ll. approved manner at J. J<*l)ILII"'R. not tardy during the month ending j
ltedditt, the jeweler, attendedto 4-2t January Hlh, JMK, have made an average -

FRIDAYBY business !Iji Orlando. Tuesday; About 125; uriHiwe trees for sale ut of IK per refit} or more in i

The Home Store .are agents for the Mrs. I Ellen 1). Hummer's grove on studies' with an average of not less !
White (star laundry. Phone" 154. Main. stieel. .' ttfIJorn than Kr! per cent in any one III hj..I. j GROCERIES t! MARR16.OpFICIAL and not less than H5 pei cent in de-I
.,-_-.-"'-' _-_- ,. n" --. - Have your horses shod -at J, ,JDann'lI. to Mi and Urs. W. B. Makin&on f'portuipnt, ,
Satisfaction! guaranteed or Wednesday morning!, .lanuaij I .
KIKHT GRADE .lamt'HVilllalll
no pay. I 20th> a daughter
.. . I Ralph Williams l Ernest Johns, lieitie
Av.r... t mp ir tur for week ending Thur.any a 108.Friday . Dr. and :Mrs !M.-J, Hicks and Mis. ('01. P, A, Vans Agnew "returned Waldron 1'riel oodall.. Leroy Les-I .
.. _. J. :M. Wood and little Hon spent the last Friday night from a ten la\II' ley Ernest: Hyde, Mattie Wheeler Also Everything Necessary for i '

I.. \ Ral... day Wednesday with lelativi-s and I trip to New York.toe I CordieGu>, Ruby Grace Bus, Grace J 7
ax. 'Qrat.! friends In Orlando. ;;
I Eleanor: Graves. Ellen I'ondel'1: aI'- .
----1----1 I We can furnish fancy Hhapps and line of now both have|>ouid in tocn and box as s'ation-plenilid. i I guetSeats/ 1'1.elmaVootlall.. Lillian making Fruit Cake.
Harris, P.JIICV Bowen Lennol'a VanDuzor'l'helmaGilb'rt i
colors in well In bulk.JuglOiethintrfor .
: 0 Ice cream as as cry -Kissirninee Drug ('o. . i i
: :':; weddings. rf'l.4"ptlonll, Lucil..Whld.
- Saturday "
: -1 1Thursday
Sunday 7ba :" ,I etc. Get our pi ires and bee the goods:\ before :, den Margaret. I>ee, < '
Mood, *? 7i si DAVIS .V JOHI>AN, Orlando. FlaMr investing von cash I SFtoNnGHADH-"aceijllbeit, Norma -
7 I H, C. SINFbtiu Co OrJfln.'Ial'y/ : Sintiletaiy Fannie' t
.; .. S.::1 I J M WilUon, Jr.. went up to ..... llejiforiJ.1 Julia Graham, Mattie Stan- I R. S. Floyd & Co.J 4

._.- Jacksonville Monday night to represent I MIBI I Huth Jones returned to her I foi'd.' Mamiel'illev, Mary Tiller. Award ty
---- ------ studies at Rollins College this :
Orange Blossom Lodge: 1< <*> A mel"n'i Harris, I i auk liryin, Jullun John- : :
M., at the hand fxdire, whUlihas ing after "spending! [ a few days at ome'l stun, Paul l Hansel, Edgar: HrvanTHIKII w' w''er' iF'Y"Y _"!F '
b. en in session in that oily\ this week Mi', and ;Mis.J G (j, Vaughan, who I GKADK.-:Margaret Stanford. I . . .
Just opened up A l.arj'e'ass.rtlllenl have been at the GraysVone for the :Muriel Vrentis Ruby Duke, NonieDriggers 1 - -- -

of the newest !styles and patterns In past fix weeks, returned lo then :Mabama ] , Gussle W Inn. Charlie Regero '

I THE -----l .MauintfK' All grades: and ranging! in home on ytsterdayt Harold Woodall. Bradley Harris -

price from :'M! ) to 6.'; cents. Itemember, bave another. .Recond-hand Or- ;, Ray :Marsh. Eat: Barber Gerald NEW.TORE'r

we lay it, when bought for' cash. The Quo for sal". It IB in good condition. 1 Rivers, Howell O1Y.Ty..tIR. Whitlden.

------- ""I Home Store. and will be sold fur .20,CO, Call I I FOURTH ORAnE-AnRon Rexford1'ratoi -, I I .*.,- t'
The UenutieOhio( Steam Cooker, in quickly HOME: SlXMtlMaislial - Gilbert, Roscoe DannFIFTH We have just opened| a full line of
V Wadt" the Tuner. Orlantfo. two sites, can now be had at the Home I Walter l"oren went to GHAIJh.-Lillie Driirgers, Susie -I

Tiller.Dwellings, for r..nt, apply t.r .M.. Store placed for where,this the entire agency county.has Prices been Orlando for medical Tuesday treatment to enter and the during hospital up his ;1 den,Bell.Dollie Celeste Alford.MoHeley.Maurine. Ruby Whid-Dann, Dry Goods, Shoes,Clothing, Notions, Etc (4.

Grace Winn. Etnel Gilbert. MyrtleCollier
the same to you as at the factory abl O'nceIr: L. H. Ingram is acting I the 4'I
In ;
Matlie Belle Hains, Ethel I: Lee
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Mrs Pllley in wending today Call and examine them marbhal y
Lewis Knight JamesOliver. Will Ash- ;
Orlando. Rev W A Myers, state evangelist I W. M. )> of J' Building Broadway
Mr. and Mvs > lt nai>,, Jt'8S' ton Ralph BeardeivCharlesO'Ouinn, Bearden ( on
beautiful sellingat for the :M) K. Church South, tilled the t
See Stanford Cu.'s ureville Ky, have arrived to spend :Malcolm Ovel'street.
halfprtcp. pulpit at the Methodist church last two or three months In KisHimmee and 1 SIXTH CtAu-lt/)8e! : O' errt. Old And itolicitH f'lll-Nho.'e) of the patronage of the 'w. +

Sale-Resteuribt and 'fixtures Sunday evening, und ureached an excellent nave taken rooms wtili :Mr Hankins 'I )Floyd Mildred Winn. Ruby IVevatt, goad! people of KII .lillllJlee. Our prices. are" 4Ar 1
KoY sermon to a good congregationon in the Hat. tile bank. the lowest, and our goods
BOBT IvF.)'. over Ruby Bass, Norvin Murphy, Claude ax low as ,'
Apply to of missions. .
the subject Mr. J, L. Hayes, wife and-danghier Bra lon, Toney Regero, Lawrence are as good as the best. Come
Lace curtain and figured lawns at Mr. Shultx of Indiana and Mr. Howe of MartUisbuig: Ohio, arrived in town' Tress, Lv4es Story. Nat Carson WH. -In andlook' around.

r cut pries at Stanford's of Kentucky. with their families, have last Saturday and, will spent) the re- I Mason Tiller. I I _u___ .

For finest and best liuing shoes arrived to spend the remainder of the mainder of the winter here. They have SEVENTH GRAUB Helen Overstreet,
call on the old reliable shoe dealers, winter in Kissimmee and have secured secured rooms at Mrs. E. O. Tatm an'., Irene Milliard, Mary- Regero, Eddie! Club !
accommodations with Mrs,
Newton Pressing
.Stanford Co. ". Russell pleasant In North Klsslmmee. FOR SALE!!-Two .good Jersey cows, lianacl, N..lhan.ryan. Edward a .

... .Mr*. Oeo.\I, Dunne visited' 'friends' ; LOCAL, AutjNT; WANTED-rA northern fresh by, 10 Sultan quart' of each St., and Cloud one, and Jerseycow her NIN'I"HOIUDE-rnez, Carson,, Mary I . ,;;,,.,,',...,',,...'.,,,,,,,".\\o!!14),,'

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f"7"-w : and hustling agent In this terri TENTH GHADBIrU Oliver:; I'
A d'A.ianor:: at once* Apply to All guaranteed sound'-and in perfect "
M. SAUCER & SON.. tory to solicjt con..tllnmeotB.of. fruits health. P.A.: VANSAGNKW, Agent.I TWELFTH GUADK' -M rM. Uuddle-\
and vegetables. 10. particulars address ston. MONTH
For Sale" Cheap-Good pony raare. K. Germain Orlando, Fla. 7 have. secured the services of a $1.50 a
blacksmith and horseshoer who has tffL1u.n
Apply u> JOHN There.' will be special Union Missionary had years. of experience in some of the AT COST: I ---

If you want your house papered I or a :Meeting at the Pre bytrhn:, largest cities of the South and is a
neat sign made see Ceo. A. OillJert. tf church assisted by the Methodist and thorough workman in every lespect To My F'riend' and Customers:: a
Christian churches Sunday, January Please allow me at the beginning of Sixteen Pieces
)R. L. Lesley has purchased Mrs. Let hhn shoe your horse and if It I 7i are
sermon and extend to my -r
splendid residence South 24th Special music Isn't done-satisfactorily It costs you the glad new year to you ,
Fred Fee's I blackboard illustration\ Everybody nothing. J. J DANK sincere thanks for the generous patronage .
Klssimmee. cordially invited to attend 42t you have given roe in the past, i Allowed Each Subscriber '

FOR SALE- Lake front property : :Tr: Goldstein l the well known eve The Roberts.Niemeyer Companyare and lo solicit a continuance of 'the / ,

_knoun as Okeechobee Ship Yards' specialist of Tampa. will be In Kisjiro- now installing the machinery for same in the future. t Month. .
C. W. WARD. with omee In order to show my appieciatlon per .
dec UHf mee on Monday. ,January 2fi, their laundry .and expect to be readyto .
Use Plank'B. Chill Tonic. Guaran: at The Inn He will be here for one begin operations ab.>ut th@ first of for past favors I have decided to sale Inaugurate , '
teed. Price :25 cents Sold by all,.day only, and parties desiring to havo'their Febiuarv This ID > much needed a 20 per cent.4th and endingJanuary ---
scientifically January !:
examined and glasses beginning
druggists ulll-8 eyes convenience in Kilsnumee{ and it Is
adjusted are invited to call the citizens will I all feel it their 31st. Twenty' per cent discount fle
11.00 8tove."wood per strand.lUtf | tlelivered.. in town at and .see him See adv. In another column duty to patronize.the(/ new laundry and purchases will where be allowed It does on not'brir.1l all CASH the |; We want Everybody to

: Kl9 -lMMKE LIMBER CO. McCasllo of. Nebraska, make a aUOO8I' price of the article purchased, below !1 1COBt.
Mr. S. P. C. W. of the Postal Snbscr t
a returned her In with his wife has been spendingthe Manager pann i l Be a rM.'SAUC'ER
S Mrs. Heldt to home who New Yeal',1
The ne telegraph office, inform the Valley Ga Wishing all a prosperous .
Gray ,
week at
extended .
'1 Tampa this week after an past
eette that the company Is so well Very respectfully
visit here with her daughter, Mrs C. has rented the Jordan residence fromA. .. CASH'STORE. i ijnllm f
pleased with the Business It I. Goinghere
W. Griffin I B. Jan-ell this, .and week.moved Mr.his and familyto Mrs. that it has been 'decided to connect T. H, LAWSON, Prop. I & SONTHE

Mr. Fred McConne.ll, a prominent MeCailtn that. place highly pleased with Kis its other wire with the local of- --- \
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capitalist and real estate man of Bar- reside here toe giving: : direct connection with Augusta '
I to per- .
simmee, and expect .
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tow, was transacting! business in town Ga. Heretofore only the Jacksonville i;

Wednesday. I,nxsne.nlly Mr. C. W Ward sold] his half I Interest this ofllce.wire has-I been connected with sou IDa v feel as if vou hag one face i|

Mrs. Croft Bass of Orlando made a-<' in the Ward & Moseley grove at, too many when you have neuralgia. -
short call at the home of Mrs Dan. MoCalllster Ootha this week to E..JI. Bagbj and Don't neglect 1 your eyes. If you suf- Don't you? Save the face; vou may ,I

while visiting: friends and J. G. Woods: of Kentucky: These I fer with headache, neuralgia or defective Ineed It, but gel rid of the neuralgia
relatives. here will build residence on the I sight call at my office In Reddlu'I applying Ballard's. Snow Liniment. j '
gentlemen their wmterb there. I jewelrv stor* and have your eyes examined Finest thing in the world for rheum | UNITED SuiTES flEflLTH m flCCIDEJT

Daniel McCallister returned to Or- grove and spend of the finest grove proper- freeI' have the necessary ap- tlam, neuralgia, burns, cuts, scalds, i ,
lando Wednesday, he hiving: : been under ,', This la one of Florida, and .),testing the eves in the most lame back and all pains Soldby I IRoberaoo' ,
this section
the of Dr. Rivers in this city ties in improved and care Messrs. Bagby and. Woods are to b* up-to-date manner, Pharroa y. I .
since Saturday ) their purchase. have many,.satisfied customers among: INSURANCE COMPANY
'I congratulated ,the best in Klt imlDee.I .
"Fred .
Fee and baby
Judge anu Mr. and Mrs. Oordorf Grand of New I
of Port. Pierce returned home Monday --0"SAGINAVV. ---
York a few davs. at The Gray-
after brief visit here with the family. Dr. R. Goldstein '"
a ibis week en route to Ft. Myers.;
ot Mr. E. L. Lesley i i These stone people are noted canoeists, and I Cures Blood, SKi. Ul_ es, Eczema MICHIGAN '
-Or >eat Blood PArttlerFree.. .
W. Li. Van: Duzor sold this week to I are going: by canoe. through the lakes I _
two separate parties one hundred l: acres '. and canals and across Okeecbobee. If yo'tr blood Is Impure, thin, diseased OPTIC SPECIALIST I .
of celery larids located within the corporate Their camping outfit f is said to be one hot or full of humors, If you -
handsomest ever Btted up, their have blood poison,cancer.carbuncles,
I of the
limits of the town.
The best Health add Accident
Insurance Policies for the rich-anti poor'are
silk and similar to the one scrofula, itching a
eating eczema
1 ,Mr. Weir.:: and Mr. Harmon and their j tent President being Roosevelt will\ use In Africa. I 'ring and bumps, swelhn] s <"' those Issued by the OLD ]V. S HEALTH AND ACCIDENT 1NSURANCK '
families have Arrived from Indiana to '' 8J CO: according; to the opinions of the finest legal .and bank talent of
Deadwood, supermini\ song, scabbj, olmply skin,
I G. :VI. Reaves of
Mr. '
spend the winter> and are pleasantly the country. The indemnities are larger, the principal sum larger, and the
a'dollar. for ulcers, bone pains catarrh, rheumatism '
South Dakota, sends us a with which this Company Its claims Commends It all
located at Mrs K. O. Ta mao'a promptness pays to
blood skin disease
Gazette ,
vear'n subscription to the Valley or any or classes. SOur
Get your school supplies from the I and says: >sWe have been having take Botanic Blood Balm ( B. B. B. ) INDUSTRIAL. HEALTH AND ACCIDENT POLICIES are particularly I

Klsslmmee Drug: Company They I very cold weather here this win Soon all cores heal, aches "and pains attractive the man who doe maouall..bor.. The premiums are small

carry a full line and I 11! tber haven"1,, ter-26 be'ow zero for two or three atop and the blood I is made pure and OF TAMPA and payable monthl,. The icduumHtea are in proportion to tha- premium + *
what jou want, will ord r it fur YOU. "Wouldn't it ou" if rich. Druggists or by express .1 pe"
days. region paid ranging: in weekly or monthly installments from *25 to 970 per mouth.F .
bo lie. writingBlood
had to live in that Very large: I Sample free by '
Singer Sewing Machines and also you here this winter when the Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga'>)> B. B. ', Will be in Kissimmee MONDAY ,
all\ few days
Wheeler & Wilson's, and machine. thermometer! has gone below SO above B. is especially advised for chronic JANUARY 26-one day only at .. t;
supplies for aale at the Borne Store.
deep-sealed caves of blood or skin diseases .
Cash or installments. Everybody; can zero. a. it cures after all else fails. THE INN i CD:: WRITE Mfi FOR PARTICULARS. -.
W. Thurman, proprietorof
afford to buy a machine. Mr. Harry Sold by Kissimmee Drug Co.
The Gravstone, our magnificent . ,
, The chairs'for the new opera bousehave tourist hotel, demo strated his true -- ---. - Eyes examined and glasses: sclentlflcally k
If J .1 arrived and will be placed in a ....
} citizenship and love for our town when .dry. adjusted Don't neglect your H. B. LEAKE
short time. Contractor Ellis' expects he so graciously tendered the use of The) agency for the White Star ,
to have this portion of the building his spacious parlors to the Village I laundry is now at the Home Store, children's\ .eyes. fr-j

completed by February. 1st. Improvement Society to hold their reception -' and if you wisl>to have the boy call All eye troubles, nervoutne-Sb and STATE MANAGER

Pasteur' Anti-Venomoui Serum la In honor of the ladies temporarily on you weekly, just ring up 154, and ,f
a sure cure for snakebite. Bunting sojourning: in KUsimmee. Such you will be put on our list,.and calledon headaches. relieved.Consult.tion'and. J\.:

parties should provide themselves people as Harry Thurman and his estimable weekly The work Is all done Ip. examination free. Orlando .
P. Box Flit
a tube before starting out For sal* wife deserve a full meas">re of an efficient manner and at Tampa. Q._ 397.. , *; .
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I prices. Office hours: 11: to i
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Notable r" Conerai. -
To Be built By the U. S.-Co.-mm-cnt. Gathering Welcomes Preaident- *
Tf w, _
:{f >, Land Worth $110.000,000 Arc Bodies of Choncjr Found., Several J' Newspaper Called before *' Ilsetto "Gate City." ,0. Bam of Agreement tins been. / The exact valtot the estate pf the
i; Washington! j 1D. C.-An Innovation Atlanta. Ga.-William 4 Taft. Reached Latt.PROTOCOL late Marshall Pleldwaa placed

d/ Taken From United State In, International relief measures, ao FeJeraidrand Jury. president-elect of the Howl Slates, a $83.4(9,632 when the appraisers' report , .

;:! STOLEN. IN LAST TWO YEARS undertaken far an ILtro1)eis by. the concerned.American U govern-. to bg PANAMA- CApT; CHARGES arrived day afternoon in Atlanta, and from wan Augusla, tbe' cltj"Frl"
working 1.
,. .. guest for two > .
: 1
kiK'iit, In expending the $00,000 In Warships will be I
Secretary: of the Interior GcrCield. A.:.... mOIl '
for ISOO.OOOTto Aid in keconr:' the, Italian/ 'earthquake sufferers, PresdnJtcgqyeltbadecidejosen4- jonledJy a committee. fro tlia. .01. I Professor .Alfred featelll, repreaent.
chamber of sl.Ung' of Agreement I.l Signed. lag Italy; A o! b
.w ing the Landfr t ; New VorliWorls* Chief Offendor. . commerce O :
tn' Italy material for the constructionof I F* "J.: 'Paxon, JJphn-'B.; 'Mtlrpnyiaml '" D.;" C.=Af teF yoarfor senUng.Ge maD.nd.burt..lck.l J ._.

Washington I). C.:-Informal Ion 'of 2,500/ or 3,000 subst.utlal.but necessarily Washington' 1>. ,C-Six.1'slIngton L Foreman On aerlvlng.t the p 'Wtbi. on .the part <>r' the of America around men ,
i who have. undertaken to
j startling character, of alleg'-J very modest, frame houses, conesnoDdents of oyt-oftown paller; Union depot he was tscQrted thIs' Vnlted Stafw. there I I. the. .prospect i the have reached
woild in
"five ,
7 wholesale and acdoundlivg frauds uix I MM'plenlenttng .this. by Uppl1nz civilian and .a local newsboy recc'lved Kubpoelias committee in automobile direct to for the settlaoent by a 'hiethod SOLisfactory I I Chicago. The fourth yean man. Silvio Or-,
on the .public lands has como .inlv carpenters to supervise cnustruct < to !before grand juries tho state .capHoi; He was-.welcom 1 tp thlx. country, of,the 'li tha
1 appear federal tonas. of Taj is traveling by
Ion first then III.
if this Cn bo arranged by 'Governor Smith and '
Venezuefa tlie to-
the of oC the and -gIY6 -te tlmoIIY, pfuauuiablyin puled claims with southern and will Join the party ,
f possession Secretary 'vor since the appropriation vus, bya reception commltteo' made up I' to arbitrate -'
fusal of government
"- of
connection with object
statements ,atpeai'isg whlc in San' '. The
Interior Garfleld. lliiou hlIe(1Ial made by congress serlpus "considera III connection with utatemenisuupeaifug : of I prominent Allaitans 1 last spring In the .the" 'racac'o. -
1 agents In the field. TbiMIIOUS !*)loKation Lion has been gIven; by the pitBJiiof.iand < ; bear- After a brief handshaking in the 1 1governor's breaking of friendly relatlous between pedestrian tour to study polltleal -
In their ) ,
publJcatloua conditionsof
Is made that approximately (the elate department as to the!; j social and
: Taftwas escorted countries. '
ot'e'Mr. the tw 3 '
ciii !
Ing the Faitama.anal purchase.S6 left Now I
9110.000,000 woilh of JaiiH*, In. stah tt best uses bat could be made of it to landing In !I the world. The men ;
stairway The sta'te has announced -
:: far as i It has been possible to UB- department York,'city October 17th.They ate to
principally won of the Mississippi, In the way of relief. the northern end of capltol. There !
I ,erli/in, thuue weiu the only ones the that W. 1 L Iluclmnan, the special travel on foot at least 20,000 miles.
4 river. have be"n fraudulently acquired -I Verbal Instructions have been gh- cited '' be was Introduced by Governor Smith I commlHsioner who has been In Venezuela ,

I, 'within tho past two years by corporatlond en by'''l'reiellont KooRcveft to Sect <*-i vIto: arlnldlll('). Chariot S. Albert I'I and Dado a Bhprt address. for. seveial weeks negotiating Imprisoned in a'forty-fool well for ,
!' and individual' : \ the machln- five hours, finally rescued through .
torylw.Jel'ry whereby and U Jesse Conwa alt.01llh.ew; I "I expect, lo spare no effort to I regarding these cases had relOrt.1
1- With a'Iew of thc of I tin. depailuient was enlist the. of her pet dog, tht
recovering elands cry nnvy Yorl \''orill'stalr James liornady. I find out lisp facts In rebpect to the that he had reached the barking Wa
Secretary Garfield letti-ix ed In I lie prOHUculloiiH of tile plan. I ; experience of Wary Sm"h 0 Pltts'bxire. -
J sent Indianapolis! News; Jeieni'lah Mitt- I character of the proposed ppolntQafland agreement, for their: Jjctllomenl
.1_ to iChali-nicil Hale and Tawnoj: lithe The following statement was made tbe'; Yoik Sun llairls MCilkt so far us In me lies to select those I that u piotpcol to that, effect was all Pa. The girl arose to get tho
'senate and house publl"\ 'at tile scdetarv's office: breakfast and going out I ito the yard .
1 apjiroprlatloiis\ : lliooliljn Eagle:' and William I whoso character and reputation and tOW being drawn up tor signature. I
t committee respectively, asking lot :'Tbe vary departnic'nl lids ariani. standing In the commend sha stepped on the rotten covering
onnlh uliewbboy of NVa"lilnglon,, engaged oDmuillty His work pti the protocol is nownecessarily
I, an additional appropriation of fiOii000 .- i ed for the expenditure of approxlm. \, 4n soiling :NeW. Yo k pauvrn them to their as persons flow and tedious, aud bo I of the (]dn.. This "'8 at 6 Q'cocl

:- F which, It granted with Hint a-, ; ely f,;tiOiMio! III t the purchase' : c JI'. \\Iih I the exceptIon of Jlr.' Crist.. qualified to chnr"o has boon in communication with (Ihe I I and at ll the dog discovering

ready asked for will give the) dipurt-)" build 1 111; nmleilala lucludli,{ nil R r who Is coiniiHUnii-cI lo no,: to .o.w: Yolk I their dllfcs.1., and whose pvescnco J state deportment frequently legaruinp tress at the bol.ll of the well, set
ti. lea fui "the 'Olltll ruel h>.. furious barking. \investigation II
ment fX.000.COO for that PIIIPOM-' neuoinury ( Iin will remove If up.a .
.' and pieuc'iit.' blitihelf ln>.ioic the*lit and 10sl\I01 certain of Its features.
It .is Billed: that them i H ii-asoim of kubstanUal franu 'rwu.... -.. for thoItalian Juiy of the cjiruit com I for the any such Ihln/ "; the sense< of The signing the protocol will re" re"eoledIRI Smith's plight and sho

blo prospect of recovering much or. suffeiers! and I ho shipment alienism I government which suit was . .
touihein district the prisons aie dl- II.Ihe In the formal resumption of diplomatic
this alleged fraudulonlly acquired] 1 1land.'it will! h"lln!; I b} Hie sailing) of two .leilod'to appoar! (bc-foio the fuderulKiund they repreai'iit. elation with Venezuela( and The Inauguration as governor of ,

the appioprlatlou, Is proninilv!, Klt'iimora:, prol a''J]l\ on :Monday. '}rhiuItimbei jur)' of the Dlt>tict| of Colum! t that tile real attitude of W, \v. 'Russell, who was AmerkOinminister :North Carolina of W W Kltchln of

- made. It Is aJh'o. pointed out rhai, !"* lie-i flit dillvned I In New. .' \ I a administration toward the there wlin>n The Hoxboro for twelve years 3 democrat. :

", while a million dollars may ' )-n V.,'Jt) mill I IIP: tailing. of I h.'eHH'ri' biaTho World staff also were directed I : I I south depends upon (the character of were \\.Jrokel off,' will, unless lel8101 present. ic member of congress from North

large, It Is "not one ]j<*r ,'''111 I of I i'i'"<. will pio<',',' l as faM( as the)' Cult be to bling with t them flies of the I'OJI' <'I' ,' the". men It appoints to office, l'resi.dentelect . plans are changed, soon return to' his Carolina.took place at Raleigh\ In the

commercial]11[' of the land wit I< h 1(111<1"1." Jondl"hj1! will uui )' all.tliinuti'ihiN fir Sopttmber, Oclobor :.No\enilKi Taft In the foregoing word? post.- presencef tnUSanoM. iho city I beingcrowded

the government may hope to it lotthe <'njiMiud Ion of and IJeLeiubui, liUS!) "l'ntue castof I ni I lil buiHU| <"1 l\cn by the AtlantaihanflKM1 With the complethni of Mr. Buch I wll "blor*. A parade was
P iib'uul I (ii Ivc liundiid) I hi I\ilH<'-. uitd It v\-HI I of commerce a \olun
cover. gave the feature sixteen military
L'tilt .'i,] St ni c-i. VH The 1' I'ubllsliIliK annn'Ol It the n wares- oJT day,
Secretary Oarfli'ld nl>-o Hirnnli, u-iiilif| nc.l i-is, 1 111/1n 1: t-lx KtianitiDtnr ,*' publlthci. of the Ni'\\ [I tat y i ledRe (to the south which is. sure I M- ?/ \'IIuu'lul; Aml'la WnlelR. sent themfor companion bt'Ing.ip line with

statement of li I I II. f:' <'' I' i hi"f nl- tlii-I i nilii, .mi'HUM pilI'< ha"l'i1. 41TTT .Xi2JJi....\VQi14. _ I ITIII'I'l' in KieatU i-ni.'ar him to people In 1, CI'lrly] ];iuiy| ;;eh. will be wlth-I, many civic organhal Ion. The entire .'

the field service hjibwlnn I o; <. :S.'d'Odistinct !;! .wmi, ; (< Tire l1T"fT:1TlmMlH11t'1'ndrIn Is. no doubt Iieic. hat the evercommunity' of this nocllonPiajiKIt I (diarnrnl lln Gomez K0\oinaieia student, body of \\ak-j Forest col- .
: suIt h \I.-s-oI, I .sev'el ill i ii i iill.iu admitInn, : thai in n'.aiiv Ini.tiiti's .
I Oases of ulI.ed! I lalll I CII one Kitchlu Is nKixdiiate
:i i I. '.ul>)iofii.ib) : all base lo do I uilh u Vnli .1"\e.. one or tnoicj of I them to ro- loge of which Governor
\ IIOIIM- fill 1"111 cm e wit h jilniilo fedei, al iidnilnlsti, loiiH have '
and demanding, fuitlni" IIIM" i ,i' tt> i > | fitJib ( I I. whJih it Is b.-lH-M'd, h.tslutn : lall I t to "11'11"J' I >S8 ail)' dinoidersTho I WOS lIt' esciit, -
Among such-cases liivcotmn" I uuMbl lu t the inilion of I Iii'.,,' arId towHid the south its to tin alien .
awaiting ) bionglii l it>)' tlu- KOv.innui.l iu ( laime <>\'I'!' which tin/ two The chamber of couimer(0 of Penparolu '
lion now pcmllnt;: tire" > I ::11>u. ,ilh ,Id honsiKlolul, . :o..c. \\ \oiU t a.ainsl Ihe \\ cit ld. It I clint" or ilen] ',iidi-nt l"nln.\', he declined I count tie i ., have been in dispule 1110 Kloiidfl] has finmid, I resolution
I I e 'JIII..lImlh1l1"I n < el\ c-I l 1 bv' tin' that llic Kc-Miole jiollitowuid \' !
}Florida Alabama MaMsSlppl. : .
among > was tile )publii-lii" i' of 'Jlie Newoiii Thl of A.' J. Jiufiott who was expolled I protest. Inn nialiiHt the ,piiHbitKu Inccftigiens J
Amc'rlvnii Rod ( iitRs for !Ih.! Hullon.viilfniti the sonih would] be 'to I teat I
: \\ ii lii III ( ttttt'l lionvilh Ihe pirb' \ I in 19(14( : the Oilnoco corporaI i pf the 'i.illMferro bill r -Ulr)
to lulc amount 'to $VO7 ll integral of the eiittitty i innd
ns an
tip Ii-hl'r' of lit" Inch, tiiitpoliH\ ,New.MishiH 1'11'1 ,' lions, which I'ILlm. large c' InK a Koveiiimcnl Inflf..IIPi of naval
FIERCE ATTAIH( ON:liOOSLVELT.Congressman's [ 447 to cite'tii la (II equal und e"act nce.slll.
Laffan .nml, I" (III\'IIJI ttttuitlii.cI iiilneH asphalt 1'1'1.1.Ic.s stores inn-is.ale or export
I 1"'lnl Irt'l as
Mcswinn. . Sli'ilrAf"n'I' I I' IlIg bin joot! ji .sliie i in all Dial lets. .
itiu the pii't-iik-nt, In a IPIK-I dal",1I : and haidwood cH loiia thoOitiioio traffic. -
Insane Speech 1 ; .
Stop in I llu1 I mini. of Un ,loiiMilito: at. M*', : Hi fe; rliiR to that have i
Him.WafliliiRton I >st i mbei I Kisl." 10 \\Illlani 1'oiilki 111..m. I SleaiiiHhlj I i ) Company vhlcblaims No of Chi ,
ped-May Expel more bovs
hinii loi iuhUMn ilivs, the hodu., i itAitlini been Hindi' .of \ 10 .the Nimtlinml are smnl
I II.) (' -ChauTterltiiPrenldont I i R. t'lii'iit'v, the, AlIO'rkHIIC'II' in nsjionvf to one fioni liiin, e\HL to prfiphi-i( I I that hm, allOK il rf ,' cxkiKl\o I Ihlf of nn\l atLonn cago. 11.10 be supplied h air guns,
I t U d"llOlIlI"I. ami In In--, sp'tiul), mi.iKi - : . '. I br.milKS< of (the Oi'inoio rIver; tho with -
]HnoH..v..1t as II uiu rg i ii\i| i,111. :mil lili \\ 11',1'i \' I iiiint'iid 1 b\<. foil' to win I till1 Koiilh to Ihe leptibll' I toy 1.Ilols situ iithi-r weapons
t . of J hot 'ml",1' IS, i ie :New Yoik anti I lleimudiz
to ( [ ABplwtltromppm
and "I hi" l i' .mlani 1 huiili onmosh t is doomi'd to faftuie, jude to kill hboll( tat and
as plynu < M i olPnlch a di\ 'llu liniont of ualloib from the > i nil )pnit\ i IJI/Qol" I.
the hat s of ( oiiiipllun .i\ ) '.. rlHifn bated the right
dlllg l '
/ Iho of their! lla-
tindeKpiopli) nin1 ilniiRlns, '"hijp IlliuoN TaC o..llr.l f: j">Ia.rdlze 1\ cs )
.. "lOll behalf of I ito got i-i iinmnl! III of tin iiunpiiiiy to lake asphalt from ,, -xlin lloji ot
the I the <
him with having i.ilillsbi)< ,il II tonii i TinIn.ili, s wire KMnvcird ill vlia'evident "I| inn> not suri-pod In winning
Ihl'11&.1) nf the. . tin.piPKidenl la < Late. and the Unlled
i ptndiasc
: in the white him-e. wbkh wiMild, I haxedellKhted 1 1I'lid I 4 l lrn I UK* bod loom of i er \ Hlilh. but the suit ttlia-. uht'uti.'von. I"dlhlad any martial Kphlt that lay have \beeuImplanted
the Ititirt, of his admire 0Alexander HIP ( IHIIOXK i H. Th\ wore found hint.tM annuulK oil t that the at tottoy me 81:1..0 Veiic/iielnn ('ompnn\ \ In tll'l 'Hn'me 'lo b. depilvcd 7.
geiKiul. had undci' 'unhlt.ol,.. !i'nIhe whldi I I dei I I lan>" i It has been depilxedof .
Ham HI on." Mrillell of 1 1 h.hi... Thcn, is leanun to lu- Silinda%' morning Judge TnC Kpoketi : of HoldlcrH' uniformThe women's -
New York, in I Ihe house of tipresoulatlvea heretlitit' ,ilinlli oet look the unfuitnn.ilc 1'(11111 III which 1'II"l'l'dlllg"' for 11 ti> i-Uuli Il.. of t Ihe (j'Mirgla Tui llnoloLliiil t lh* liuln to inlm- n"llhal and build club of Chitago baa lelcl"l the

- ,' made one nf Hie most lit I or I (on|illwhllp 1 I thcweio nili"1!" 1..1 1 aKalilbl :Ml. )r\ilit/ei should bo Si; hool and to thi 'iiegiotMHI n mill Ilcl! __ __ vPLrVSIOWS slaughter of birds Is iu 1010101 of -

I attacks on tho chief exoiutlxe I e\ r'r KopKlo Il.ik):' -A child of five y'tts, IJI'0uglll. HU Hi'llitl A. M i l. Lliuich. At | FOR "MOTHtRS. the 'ons'nullon( of natural ii'ttouices

heard In that body was inktMi f i om the* ruin of a build owll\'le In the annals of the no.: noon he ", lit I lotliens. \here he adclnHeil --- .- and the boys are tp be dispoBBesfced .
eminent has. HUI h uclloii: beforifjei( 'n the btndents of the t' Advocated the of of cverv'thing that tends lo \bieed lit
Mr. \\lllett look for his theme IIIUR: here entirely uninjured, bating 'rJI)- By Woman's Club ,
t; "The Passing 'of )l00>.1.\.1..." 161 nd in lain beneath. the debits for eiKUtyrn taken UK the InlKd Stales KOM-I" ..".- f>f (4( oiKln, aft er whldi the jiaity ri-1 Evanston, III. : them the desire to kill.

; a speech of great length': dealt with d a\'a. ment suing for criminal lllwl 1 h turned lo Atlanta in limp to attend a Chicago 111.-The pensioning of Prompted by Inquliles which emanated -

numerous oT the piusldintn' acts. An Officer in pimslng heard: the low lirestdeit,- itt his mc..alt'nll. mom I banquet' nlven \by I liiCapt I id Ciy t I destItute mollieis liy the poieinment front the war department at

since he came into office, and math moaning of the child and Immediate! t'lnjihatlc In KII>'|HK that ll should not ('lub At mldnlKbt Sntuida\ Judge, I Is. ad ,'ix'aled bv M on C. II I. Zlmtncr-' \VashJpgton, a eari'h made, for the

:: Inftly denounced them: Ix'jan a nonr'cli delving III the dlrtt"'vbe lift to a ]jit)ilvatt,* citizen to 'tll'r Tuft ".f Atlanta for Augusta, 'Ii man of (the EvanstonVcnnan'i: club. I, graves of those America' who fell .
So severe was I the alt adt of :MiWlllett I lion from which lie ill's, came Ah. I the suit, and he was jjartlrulai to '! In a :pica 'MrZimmeimun I said : at ,I ho but I tin of :New Orleans, has revealed -

'- \ that, after several effort J'O' ]lie worked, a wall fell\ and he was Biliously . stale that he dd not believe \\o i lWO'nW STATES. "A mother time IH woOl h ns much I, oinpaiatlvi few. fa The rec01 -

;, publican members wt'i81)10( 'lo r'J; injured! but even this did not 1 I i should ('on(>('rn ouiipl-es. who with the the Arizona and New Mexico May Come ', to 1he state an a mans lime and It Is 'ds of the war departm* showr that

him to take his seat on a all to 01. deter him In his heroic effort and he particular indlvldualx u tote in' This Session of I'| a ,waik that God has I put Into hei In the null's' of December 23 and 28,

tIer before he had finished IllsHEARST'S continued Ms. task 'until he had ret I InK and libelous)" ] editoilals, "llklt... \\'iisliiitgin. I C.Ailzona Congress.nnd hands Men are so busy making nion- Ibl4. and January l': and H, 1H1C. nftyHvi -
.... front orrespondtnts or articles III 1. eIhut I lbe\ have inlet oln-' ii ii tid red and
----- -- ,'fiIM.- no to klllod
-.peectr. rurd1hclntllfsotted IhllkQTlfi'
New Mexico are a fate wa to be* ml'l1"
I ho neWs colifriins. TU< real offendrrIs i 11 >- -
feiTfiij8 cT otherS nnd rnmrot r1gThy1hwrnindiwi y-lhi-e .
AGENTRR tSTLD.: NLtf\ YOHK'S Ht6E MAIL Joseph; l'ulli/er, editor and 'pio'piletor come fulj edged slnl '.. during I the I Ii H'( nei.d of such a lac ,, iititaiiig| of the Ameil:11 1 1tUt" It
: of Th.'orld.." It, Iheufon.; piosentcssleii of congress. It was
'Manx' men who trIO willing to Utwoinen was lii'licvi'd t that In I tie national cemetery
t Sensational Arrest at Instance of Ok Commission to Consider, CongestionIn I I.., Infened. I hat *tho rorresponck'ntKwore i 'Hinf'il t that I the house ('titnmit tee on, jet I down on I hell I kncia ant[ I t Chulrnctte( I iheie acre many

i, ,t lahoma's Governor. ; I Gotham Office. summoned as witnesses! and not 1'rrlollls'ls to I take up the state B( i-uh their\ oflce! floors ought to' be graves Ij of unknown vlIIM. but aiiiigemit

GuthrIe. Okla. On a warrant :New Yoik City Pobinmnler Gin with the Illlimnle' Idea of mak'n.4; m"a811'1 In t h'b Immediate fit at-hameil, I Unit there Is no sean h has failed to discover

tb ..worn out by Governor liaskelli ,- coal :\feprsislt to this clt)- was them co-difendanlB due with (he object of lepoitlng I th..D in our laws for (lie {' > Iro\'lblon any. Twelve of I llu'>1 soldleis are

charging! conspiracy to defame the prududho of the appointment of a. I to the bo.use as early as possible I i Jjstitttte mother as )well as I heId burled on a plantation below .ew' Orleans f.

r governor Scott Maclleynolds, attorney coiumlmloii' to eonuider the con e..-, TWENTY. 'mUUJNjfKArN! HRLCK. I'[ Conferences< between membeis\ of.. J 6d\ 1\8\ ," i and six others lie In St. Louts

and special agent for William Ion In the New Yorl post-office and Passenger and FreightTrains Collide the territories' committee and leaders cemeteries. Where Cite other victim .

_ R. Hearst, was arrested; Armed with to .devise means for relieving It, and 'Denver and Rio Grande Road. I of (the .house have been held frequently JAPAMSEIMMIIIRA1ION.. cf the famous battle wero buried it';

: a search warrant. also sworn lo by of a -statement from ,the, ,postmaster Glen wood Spring, Col. i-. Twenty I' wIthIn' Ihe past two weeks Interesting. Figurea, as to the, "YellowPeril" seems impossible to establish.. )

Governor ilaakcll,' MacHeynolds' general of his to make ibis and the advocates of statehood. from 'I "' ,
i rooms at the lone'llotel wero searched citysfac-ilitiea'for\purpose handling' mall f persons were killed and thirty I have '_been active In I. In Past Year, , ,' I.\ Wasliingoo.Seventeen . .., !
them ,,\ both'terrlorles '' .
/ malY.of seriously, ,1 r :Washington. I). C.-Sofneremarka: .'
by Sheriff John .Mrhoney and Qr. In the world. : l In31'1"l'l'd Is believed that there .. baye
surpassed ? U1 bead-on collision between a j I way.-I ble figures have just been made public ' ; .nations alrealf so-" .
e : yule T. SmIth. privateattorney lo I i It 'va.s shown Mr.: Meyer that bound passenger train and an I' will be 10 oh the capital by at the deportment of commerce tepted the Invitation by the ,

*.: the governor. and a large amount oti mall matter handed at the :New bound freight train on the )Deliver the statehood boomers, and ,thoy will :Netheulands) to attend the international ,

i data. and papers ached pertaining': tot J potsoin for a given six month i iwdRlitd and IJIo Grande .railroad] between Ito. lealfze their ambitions Without any ''I and labor relating to .Japanese imml- ('OltcI'ence with the object of for- .
.. Ion 1 iitdi-
,.the $600,444 libel suit instituted( b.Haskell .. It-i.351 ,Tti6; pounds. of uhi<-!i biro and Siuuie reek, I I" "UL.I wUIUllot demons! i at Ion. ___ 1011. llwtt an emigration the T hex mulaling general lawson the subject ?

: against/ Mr. HonrU 5.34'i! : .1,48; was local hllIII'R8. The \r\. fioni Glen ood Springs}. (0.1. during .Iweh'e months of bills of cxl banKe, their \'allly. on-
'r 'MacRejnolda had colleded a'nlol Y office .handed \ I 15 YEARS TOR BANK WRECKER. I endedo\' 1. las-t the totalnumber I The thus
*i }k single took cat nothing been gi Iv Jor'elcni. eVc powers
mount of data, all ecuied in conndencer. of iiPiirlj as much innlj as Alaban it, ut 110 as lo the o"1lalus cause I the wrc'k Vice President of Bank I, of Japanese, admitted to the far. have signifIed their Intention of

Irr a statement made he d>*. Ail/onu, (California )Olstild of Coltimbin. ] It 4s said to have been due to a mis. Found Pennsylvania Guilty. I I nlted Stales was 6.071( and the total being repiesi-ini'd areIhe United I

dared that Governor Hosk-eU's purpose rioridn G..ol'daIndian: Terrllo updcrstandiiiK of orders on the put I 'I tsullr Pa.-J. H. Khlnehart former II number which left I the United Stales, Mexico, German, France It

-- in obtaining his arrest and the r>'. Kentucky, ilxiulslano. Maryland. of 'Kuglneer Gublaf Olson of the j>:ioStngot I Pi casbiei, and vce pi'evident Of I heFa..mers' I Stales was 5.632. an Increase In (tho I I oly China Panama. Costa Rica Peru. ;

;- elzUre of his papers was to obtain :Mlnslsslppl Nevada, New Mexico train ant Drovers' 'National Bank Japanese population of IS3 Tho net I I the dominican republic Spain Itelglum :

4- It' possession of this information to a& :North C'aiollnn. Oklahoma, Soulh Carolina Olson, however cl .ms he understood Pa. which institution Increase of Japanese non 'ahorers was S.lterland. Norway, Bulgaria, ,
ti certain Its importance and to learn Tennessee Texas Utah Virginia -'I' his Instructions; but I' of Wajnesburg two, for $2,000- 653 during this period' and the\ 'neCdecrearo Montenegro and Slam while acceptances
: from whom he had obtained It."DOp'f pel'fecly. failed over years ago of Japanese laborers duringthe ,
and West Virginia put together that he misread his encroaching 00(1( was found guilty of wrecking I the from the others are practically I
---- I the time of lie freight pame period was 468 The total assured
on bank Immediately sentenced '
,. ANGER us" IN FOREIUN COMMERCE and was number of Japanese admitted to the
I.DEDUCTION tialn. which was being drawn by two to serve fifteen years In the peuiten-I The senate committee on judiciary

Is Warning of Japanese Newspaper Great Falling Off Is Noted by the locomotives, the first of which was In II | tiary -by United States Judge James United States and Hawaii during the has decided to report favorably to tb -
was 12,093 and 7,084
period departed
of brother Sig Olson, ,
r To the United States Bureau of Commerce and Labor.Washington charge ,II. S. committee on appropriations '
_ ''Tokohoma Japan.-Hochl I I I Young.NEWSYPARAIIRAP1IS. the Increase In Japanese population amendment Increasing the salaries of !
newspa I). C.-ot the
the cf the United '
348 A I MOBILES IIUREO.Six ? on Statos
per., in an editorial addressed to mately $500.000,000 reduction! approxl'l I. all federal judges from the.chief justice -
I and in Hawaii being
6.01' to associate justices of the
supreme -
ye Thomas J. O'Brien American ambar-
in tile calendar
foielgn commerce : Great Garages Are Destroyed in I II Rev Charles E. Stowe. In an address -
- ador, and entitled '''Don Anger Us" ) ear li\>08. when ,compared with that Botson. I! at Hartford Conn., declared C. F. KING SEMTEXCED.? court to the district judges. I

'AY.I. of I the preceding' year, nearly $<0<>. I I v Boston Mass.-A puff of Hanje shot I that his mother, Harriet Ueecher Under the proposed legislation, the

: "Japan is grateful to America for 000,444 was In the trade which was up from Ihe tear of the most --exten I Stows, conceived "Uncle Tom's Botton Promoter Given 10 to 14 Years chief justice will receive 117.500; associate

tQ .. Opening the country and reveres her accustomed to pass through Atlantic I II I Five .automobile storage and iVpalr in" from a vision she had in a Cab. For Larceny. justice, $17.000; c..cul Judges .
.1 the land where virtue Is honored. I I Boston Mass. Caidlnlo Flaviuis $10.000 ; and district judg, J, $7tiOt ,
]>I orts. This\ Is the statement made In plant In the city, located near Park She wrote the book from back to .
:,t :! 'bat fears that sooner or later repeat a report just issued by the bureau of Square and half an hour later over I front starting with "Unrie Tom'a"dl'nlh King former financial agent and bro Surgeon General of the Army Kob-

'eel Insults will compel Japan to resort -I statistics\ \ of the department of commerce '' 34 automobiles, valued at J750.0UO, scene v ker who maintained palatial office cit M.. ORellly has been retired by _. ..

to .a determined policy; of self INIII labor I I I were! 4. mass of tangled steel and lion Otis Eddy Wood who had the dlvtlnctlon In 13obton and New York nnd who faa age limitation. He served as a sung.eon .

{3 protection.! I The falling off In Hie Imports In The fire spread< to the old tralnshoaof of being the first man wh6ever short time was publisher of a dall In the civil war and was the per .

I "The Hochl' appeals to the president -. I the case of the Mexican \. ports !I, the Paik Square railroad station 'received a telepraph message paper here, has been sentenced li sonal physlctaf of Presld"nt Cleveland -

': and the peQple of America. Although 'according to the report Is about 10 and dentrojed the bicycle track aid by soun'd, dead at his home In I I Judge Scholeld. In the superior crlru I In Washington. be succeeded ,
4'Y; Japan still believes that the cent and that of the I Inal court serve a term of not lieutenant Colonel George
per gulf ports a large pavilion used for exljlMUOnpurposes Etna, N. y. He was 77 years old. I." by
4 C tnagnamnlmlty that has. prevailed In about 14 per cent while the. falling ,I The damage to the buildIng In early life Wood was an associate I than ten and not more than fourteen H. Torney whose nomination t to be i
the past will continue. the ceaseless off In from Mexican at hard laborJn, the Plate prisonat has been confirmedby S
r exports: border will bring .the total loss to above I of Samuel F. B. Morse and others years surgeon general.
exhausting our patience. ,
t are ,I ports is about_ 35. per cent.Aliens' ,, $1)00,000.) in the promotion the telegraph. Charlestown. the senate.

NO PROBING FOR TILIMAN. ------- The Oklahoma house of representatives -, The president's reply to the charge
t Going Home.'ashitgton FOB WAR ON 30 HURT IN HOTEL FIRE.
I WHISKEY I has decided to eliminate thewords died recently against George F. White S

Senate Will D. C. and marshal for. the south
Indication Are That -For the year Antl.Saloon League of America Has I "honorable" "represQnta.lye" Kansas Legislator- Have a Close Untied Slates

i Make No Investigation.Waihington. ended October 31, lat Ihe number Been Incorporated. wheu referring In the house Call. ern district of Georgia, was announc-
of aliens' arriving In this \ I of the ed'ln of of
members the appointment
shape a
country was to legislature
_ D C. The indications\ (Cplumbus Ohio.-The Antl Saloon Topeka, Kant Thirty were hurt
G55.263 while the depart aliensthat dominant element In thin Marshal White for another term ln
Ins The radical, .
r how are that there will be no official League of America, with headquarters and A. W Smith, once a for
same period numbered' 701,839. a new state Is opposed to the free use candldatt office. Friends of the marshal here
Investigation of Senator TlIlman's'eoDDectlon at- Ohio was Incorpoiated die from
net loss to the l of 'eslervle. of "bonorable"by governor may him congratulations tie
coutpry 46,576'ac of titles, especially are wiring on
Q I' with the Oregon "land'grab' by Wayne B Wheeler F. L. I fered In a which destroyed the
cording to a statement made by secretary lawyers and politicians In tr triumphant issue of the affair. They
-C case. This tempest has largely Dustman J. J. Jackson. J, A. Wright general Copeland here. '
Straus of the Department) of regard It as the most complete anil
subsided and 1haprobability is that Commerce and Labor'. and I.. B Cherrlngton Chief Rocky Boy of the- Chippewa There were many narrow escapes effective exoneration that the president -

; U will not be revived The purposes of the organization aIct Indians, appeared before Judge Hunt for the hotel long a ball groundfor could tender hIm.

t Senator Tlllman; In his speech, forth In I the articles of of the United States district court, at politicians was crowded with 'legIslators -
r courted a rigid investigation by a Another treaty Signed. wives and visitors here I congress accepts Secretary New-
"In their
tlon, are educating, InCOrloro-1 Helena, Mont, and said bin tribe was ,
committee of his colleagues. Hut it \Va8hliiglon. D C.-\Mth\ the sign and utilizing: public suffering from the cold and from hunger for the opening of the legislature. berry's plans for the new navy, this- I
.. stated on good authority that no of arbitration for their lives will have the four largest battleships
_ Ing an treaty between I the saloon and beverage liquor trafflc. declared that if the cold Many had to jump country -
&, ''further steps will be taken. In a the United Stales and AustriaHungary -' and to this end to own and operate weather. continued many of his tribe Some of the guests are stlH- missing afloat Bach of them wU b

-way-, -thl*- -would indicate that the at the State department conventions a printing plant necessary to carry perish He said thry were entitled Many pereons were hurt by I, four thousand tons larger the _

4 ,..-nate .believe the charge of al I of. that character with mere out bald purposes and to maintain might to land but bad not yet been jumping from upper windows Mrs. : blggestf ship ever authorized for
;:4 :tempted graft to otrivlal to deserve than twenty nations of the wonh&ve : I wife of the editor U.
/)efQcejHf In the different part of the allotted them, and asked the government W Y. Morgan cf American navy They would cost from

g ... furtber, notice. I been agreed lo. : United States.," r ; to take up the subject. the HutchInson News, is one of these eight to ten millions each.A .

ct: -, louiiF BN.1URAtI2ED.. f Insulted 'au American. I II I I- COUNTERrElTEBJAfGHT.Charged I A PhlladeljiiH Pa, afternoon newspaper ' SPREAD MITE PLAGUE. further Investigation of the question -

which has been advocating the
;) .. I New Orleans of the length of service of Secretary .
\ i.> 'Filipinos Colonized In Louisiana San Pedro Sula La.Correspqnden(1trom Honduras That Newiome Raised One I establishment of public golf link's in Hundreds of Cows Condemned On Ac. Wilson as a cabinet officer discloses
It '*, Would Become American ) Spanish Dollar Bill to Tens.Montgomery. .
park, has received a letter
Fairmont count of Affection will
the fact that it
Tuberoujoila he
hundred ,. announces that as the result of -
1 : La.--Seveial
New Ala. J. .
: B. New Taft In which
_":: colonized In Loulll na. will a clash there between American Consular from presldent.elet Chicago, 111.-Milk from hundreds for him to serve .until Novem- r t
V dliplnos. of Barb ur county was held l to '
'-.Vesk tbe..courts to make them Amerl- Agent J. M. MIchelLJC.; and a United States commission Jai he Indorses the project and says free ot cows condemned on account of, tuberculosis her 29. 1909, In order to have equaled
on a
by a
. icsnatitiaefl*. according to three memo Clerk of one of the Honduran courts, of making bad bills. He public links would be of benefit, es affection has been sold In th record of Albert Gallatln of Penusjlvanla S
'r charge is
-t : ,''' fcers i of",the 0 polony who have filed the clerk has been removed by his said to have done expert work in pecially lo those of the .public -who Chicago 111. according to. the state who was secretary of the

I. ... Mtnrallzatlon papers here government. During a hearing of an raising ones to tens .by pasting have passed 5! )jears. pure food bureau which n waging a treasury In President Jeffc.1 son's first
1 American citizen in which Mr Mitchell dairy newspaper in Trenton. war upon tuberculosis .
1"t .'j'belr..ttlunexlt.b.gisqaome luretr Every -
"' noughts near figure ones in hammond administration.( It he should serve "
jefferaoaUparlsb: ,' abouLtorOri appeared.a!_ counseittte_ court will raise_ Its price to 2 cents on The discovery came --
** >f Secret ServicE Agent Me Adam X, J. longer ( the of _
;i .( .b?low till city of JSew Orleaiu. clerk remarked that It be had his thinks he has one of the most flagrant February. 15, giving' as a reason the Ind, where tie .llJeton have cattle.It traced nevt, Ihat .21U- .ovmbel--

'!; ."'J. ..I4J ta bar. .bad its-nnmbei-s. '.maK ."war -he would put all American consuls '., counterfeiters at work for some Increased colt of white papf and otter hundreds" supposed bat these 'cattle record for"W'lson length wi of .nlce havej, mae in the. '
c ftrI11,.,1icraaod; entI7.; ,:. In Jail. wbere they belonged. q time. Increases in the cost of production. had been. .Iau&htre. I cabinet. : :I
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for her acceptance. Would .she accept
x 52S u' aacac It? He was too deeply and truly'In

"-- love',to mll-ke.lure of the',Impression. .

h ; .eo.eo."oIoJ1'ffi' ha had created himself, too much A sore 'Ihroofl!is a 'JY

'. ; in .earnest not to hi) humble Elsie

did had not b en.fallow startled that, touched she loved; but him.It J2t&. HOUSE &xf HOWE I -' dangerous malady(i fit. I : '

,Lambert .m' 'However slip decided he was glad He Photograph Frames.,, b>tyou, don't' !' need la" ,
"hadspoken .as ho, did. She must
kniJ-w what his Intended explanation The: latest frame. for photographsPart tie ock'aroiind
Mvste / a '
..wWi.'w;. U d 'she bav.proinlaed"to'11eanl..1th om have a light blue"mat ,
-' ; which- makes an attractive .setting-tol': :
Were''not''dl.pOBed to '
: ; your neck'' it
By MRS. ALEXANDER, y'j hear it favorably? Ifl-wha\ rap- 4 plc ure: A framer can easily duplicate ) ". o cured ; : -"" I

ture of- anticipation shivered throughhim one, as the colored; mat is'really e

1CSZSZr2r,'cS2Zj2 2.S2S"2.525. 5.252 Ss at the posafDilltlei thus suggested the thing and can be chosen., to match,, -
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---- or contrast with room. One '
Thefirst. faint streak of; day. any BALLARD S Ili
,, CHAPTER y. 8i a frequent avoidance of being alone Hgkt-were stealing aCNss.the ea tern'IIk'y often ;.does v4 ell to supply their own

Continued. with him on the part of Jllsa Lambert, when, Glynn at length. a&\ Bred bis mat when bavlpg picture framed, SNOW -
that fanned the longsmouldrlngIlre..of lrntet- . ;'' for certain looms, especially! If '-p.

cans'J/: dor believe' he does; most trlend'hndI A'merl- imsslottJnta a,.strang, Sri.!irresistible The porter banded. him h"'key, retry is used. Many picture shops LINIMENT
: nds"noMny
klnw.Vhy should be let and with It a card .on which was can furnish handsome silk or cloth
cannot bear to dance wlt .l1Im. : mats, and It Is cheaper to use these yy'uWill
himself be cheated by cold! caution printed "Tcavers Deerlng, Denham .
"You receive him very well" considering out of the delicious, perhaps Invig- Castle,"'and 'wrlWfiP J In pencil, "Want and quite as aaUsfuctory, as one must euro that throat In short order. 3. ,
you do not like him I purchase off small a piece for one Ballard.'s -Snow Liniment tho
orating draught/ which fortune offered particularly to see you. Will call tomorrow , pnnetratoti pores, promot
Elsie paused an Instant, and. look- him? He would .be true to his about 2." picture-New. York. Evening, Post. ing frop cirdulatlon,'giving tho niuscloa ruoro elasticity. .

Ing' up with an' expression of trust, better Instincts, his higher self I "What an Infernal) nuisance; !" wasGlynn's -' RHCUMATI MCUTSSQRAINSBRUISE, $ k
said in a low tone, ."I am afraid of .
Meantime It was Infinitely Irrltat- profane reflection; "he shall CURESGAVE
;. ing to! bo obliged to give up his fascinating -nob keep me here after 2.30 It It were Lamp fJiadcs Important. M''
"Why? drawing unconsciously partner from time to time as to save his life!" When choosing lamp shades for a "

nearer ,to her other cavaliers came to claim her. I Deerlng was'not punctual It was room remember that color Is of more ,
"I cannot tell-no, that Is nojt Suddenly, as he was leading her :, already 2 o'clock when he presented importance than the material used' RELIEF. .

quite true; I begin, I think, to understand across the room to Madame Davllllers himself, and he at once asked Glynn Porcelain'land' colored glass are often Henry Stono. Provo, Utah writes: '"I'havo used BaUard'o .

why." he felt her start and press his Arm, to let their Interview take place In very satisfactory, but softer and morepleasing Snow Liniment for Neuralgia, Tooth-ocho and Boro Throat,
"And will you not tell me*'* a movement which he attributed< to the latter's private room, as he effects are obtained with which upon application nravo( mo Instant relief. I can rooominoint -. ..

"I should rather like to tell you Vincent's approach. wished to speak of personal matters. shades ot paper or silk, Be sure to It lib boliiir tho IKIS Liniment" I havo ever used In curln'q'
ouuaotl from.
pain Neuralgia ;
but not hrfe." "You have not granted me a waltz 'They therefore adjourned from the choose a shade which distributes the etc. t

'On Sunday, 'then. when I bring I yet Miss Lambert; may I have the general salon, and Deering quickly light properly, at the same time saving PRICE 25c. 50c AND $I.OO '

you your Gopks" 'next?"' said the American plunged into ,his subject,. which was the eyes from glare. The color

"No; I do not want to mentIon his "I am engaged for the next." to ask Glynn's advice as to the organ- of the' shade should harmonize with

name before Madame Weber" "Indeedl to Mr. Glynn? Ho has izing of a scheme for' making % the Walls. Red walls reflect red light Ballard Snow Liniment Co.50O502 t

"Is. she a..(rlcnd of his" been so highly favored that I thinkhe branch from the main line of railways best, and green nails are best suited *

"I am not sure, but It Is well to be might permit a change of partners I which ran within eight or nine for green shades Contrasting colors North Second Street -

cautious" . i as I am obliged to Jeave almost miles of Denham, to some villages on dim the light and make a room, appear -. ST. LOUIS, MISSOrjRI. r
"It gives me a kind of shock to Immediately, and shall not see you I his estate: and past a certain quarryhe ''gloomy.-New York Evening'

think you are obliged to be on guard again for some time." had lately bqgun to work' The Post

in your own home." "1 have less benevolence than you conversation which ensued was animated -

"That will be all over when I am at credit me with," said Glynn haughtIly. i and Interesting; but Glynn did Sold and Recornmended: by t
oodburn." -'I am not disposed to forego an not forget to look at his watch from New Rug From OkY Carpete.

"I wish your father would come iota of my temporary right" time to time. Our upper hall Is a passage hall !In For Sale at ROBERSON'S DRUG STORE. '

and settle In London; It would be I "What would your father say to "I see I am keeping yoU"" said antique oak with green and brown .--,_-.----- -- r-- - --. - ---- .-- .
pleasant and useful for 'you to have your desertion of your old friend for Deerlrife, observing his movement; "I burlap The carpet: on the stairs ,

dome English friends." a, new acquaintance" asked Vincent shall not trespass any longer. I ajiall leading to It Is brown, old yellow and KISSIMMEE

"It Is more likely my father would with an unpleasant laugh. i follow ypur:!! advice, and see the heads green. In recarpetlng the hall It was fly
settle In America." To Glynn's surprise Elsie made q : of your firm as to funds on my way our wish to usd the same carpet as

"Then I should never nee you!" slight movement as If to withdrawher I through London. How Is our queer on the stalrs.-,but when we wanted to

1 The words had passed his lips he- arm. Wynn held It tightly I acquaintance Lambert and his Incomparable order it we found that the design :RIVER ROtTTE.

fore IIP. -could restrain them, and he against his side. i daughter? I have found was no longer on the loom and thatIt ...
! :watched their effectkeenly.. "I have not deserted you, Mr. Vincent traces of a curious story connected was Imposafu'le to get any mote of

, "I suppose not," very quietly. "I ," she said quietly, as If recoverIng with him, which Is true-" as he It. Nothing else seemed to match In STEAMER LILLIB. STEAMER HO3EADA..

i should be sorry, and my father would her first Impulse to leave "Glynn, spoke the door was burst open> and color or design ande were sadly Captain Clay Johnson, Sr. Captain Clay Johnson. Jr. I qo,
, for I was not engaged to you. Lambert rushed In Lambert In a perplexed Regular to
be very sorry : weekly trips Basnlnger ad return. Roseada leaves KJsalsa- wJ
Qlvnn felt unreasonably Irritated v "Perhaps not; we will discuss" that state.of Intense agonized excitement.Ills At last a thought came to IBVo _nee Tuesday morning, and arrives K.Isslmmee Friday evening. A

:Was this young slight Inexperienced pnlut when we meet next. returned I eyes wild with angry terror, his gathered t together the Wilton! and vel- Special Charter Trips to Lake Okeec.'ubee' and Tort My re on ta e UU1. '

girl stronger than hluinelf, that the Vincent with Insolent assuranceHe, face pallid through!; all tbe deep sun- vet carpets that were no worn and Comfortable accommodation for passengers Rates reasonable.The i
tone In which he was conscious his made a sort of defiant bow and burn of Its acquired tint, a slight, faded from their latest service in the most picturesque Waterway In Florida. r* 9t

:words were uttered should In no way turned away. froth at the corners of his mouth, his laundry that the storage attic For Passenger and Freight Rates apply to

move her "Come and sit down In the anteroom necktie disarranged, his hands glove- wonldn't take them In. Even the CLAY JOHNSON, .SR". Proprietor.

The days which Intervened between ," said Wynn, "It Is cool and less; both DeerIng and Glynn startedto rag man wouldn't pay his customary On board "IJllIe," Klsslmmee, ru '
Lamberts sudden journey to Dun- quiet; that brute has disturbed you." their feet at this unexpected. apparition cents for them. These we sent to a t'

kerque and the ball went rapldly- Miss Lambert silently' accepted the rug company to have two new rugs,

too rapidly Lambert was grave, but suggestion, a new' dance pro- "My child! cried Lambert, hoarsely made ,of them In sizes of two and :J 'b

less dejected than previously He ceeded they were soon alone. "where Is my child' Doerlng, 'one-half feet by fourteen feet and (; . '.

bad the air of a man who had escaped "For heaven's sake tell me whatIt you limb of the devil! have you two and one-halt feet by five feet.

from a period of Indecision, Is that enables that fellow to an- helped that scoundrel Vincent to take These firms weave any old carpetsyou What'Do You Know

and had thoroughly made up his noy >ieu?" said Glynn earnestly; her away? For God's sake tell me! may have into durable rugs and

mind Glynn, on the contrary, sank "you said >ou would tell me." have mercy! I'll do anything! Glynn. are highly to be contmend 'd. When

- deepernnd deeper Into the quirk- "I never liked him. but latterly b I you will help me? You are an honest, our old, faded, worn out, dirty rugs'. About Life Insurance? ,3

Bands of irresolution, and felt each perceive that he has some* curious honorable man, .$lio'a; gone, and I were returned to us we found them r
day more vividly how strong an effortit Influence over my father, who has am going mad!" transformed Into two beautiful rugs

would cost him to tear himself even asked me tQ be civil to him. "Gone! cried.his bearers together, of softest color. They were woven Ey William J. Graham. '

away. Perhaps I ought not to tell you this, "what do you mean?" as a filler and contained grays, yellows SI_

It was with an unaccountable Im- but my father trusts you, and I-I "Listen," said Lambert, gasping as light browns and an old French 'lr- .
- ] ( HAT do know about life Insurance-the Institution that
about father. He is so restless you
something decisive would be- easy my into ,a chair. "She was at the; ball For weaving old carpets Into new "
lore tbe evening occur and I Imagine he Is always more last night. Why did I ever let her rugs I am told the ingrains and Brussels most Intimately concerns you and your dependents":' the {
was oven Glynd W variously estimated to comprise the larger part Ot
restless when he has been with Mr. I moneys
from under It was are preferable. If have
dressed and dlned/taklng.CIIre'tobe go my own eyes you\ any +4 4It
the estates of all who leave anything behind them
Vincent. I sometime. think that Toy .
In the ball-room and near the door In agreed thai if she was late she should old carpets about the house dx not
father has had a hard, sad life, there Is fine thing more wonderful than the progress; .
stay at the Davllllers'. When I asked be ashamed of them and throw them
good time In order claim Elsie' .
? : ' ot life insurance 'In America It Is complacent Ignorance '
he tries to his ( ,
r though forget troubles ,
for her this morning the.bonne said away Keep them until you need a'
: of the danca.on
; her tII
: 4' rival promise Madame'first Davllllers and her ar- and I want to make up to him for the she had.not returned, so I thought no new rug. It, is also well to'tell the ', ,' of.Americans regarding It. Considering that.the incidental
- past. He loves! me so much that I and to'work' that want blended features of life Insurance science are,of'compelling Interest a
rather more about It, went as weaver you a coloCeffect
party were late. and to do for him and be wholly aside from business of this Ignoranceand
OlynrTs she entered the must everything usual, I had some business appointments and what the predominatingtone the protection, *'
room leaning annoyance Vincent's with him always." and then I turned Into Da. should be. Then It your car- apathy is still! less understandable. t

:Mademolsefle: followed on conducted arm. "The young cannot always promisefor villlersTthlnklng; I'd walk home with pets do not have the requlslto'colorlt As the exponent of a practical system of the many sharing the burdens of R+
their future, and he would be the few, life Insurance has Its approach and analogy to communism and socialism '
she still the add the .
weaver color In ,
the Vicomte, and finally Elsie, leaning Elsie-my jewelIf was call m vr\
happiest knowing were happy. -belli here In America where it Is exploited through '.corporations,. : j
on M. JI\vllllf'rs-Elslo In her there. Bit she wasn t-oil! great at a cost of eight cents a I d
first hall dress, a delirious combination Hut I should not; he deserves all heavens! they had left her at her own jard.-Good Housekeeping. and abroad, where In addition to corporate: mediums exist systems of compulsion -
I can do, and It would hurt me, oh! and paternalist The clamor of the British proletariat for old-age 11
of white silk and tulle and.lace, door seen her go In, and heard It
cruelly, to think he ever wanted any- close and she Is " pensions, tho stoical German workman's compulsory Insurance, the Australian: ;
with sprays of wild roses, long ; now gone
and foliage, a delicate wreath of the thing when I was not there to give it "But this Is not possible!. Made- experiment In government Insurance are' Incidental\ features of the llf?[ ."insurance r
to hIm." The sweet, soft lips quiv- > business representing live public Issues of the day.
same flowers in her hair, and a slm- moiselle Antoinette is playing some Good rh Iq.5ta
Jlle,,necklace of shimmering Venetian' ered with feeling as she spoke. stupid trick. Have yoU-" View its proportions. Twenty-four: million policies are In force In the: ,I;
"This is a heart worth winning United States and Canada. that between three and four .
hells rpund her throat. She lookeda "I tell you they are nearly as distracted Assuming people are k
little shY; a little self-conscious, thought Glynn, as he gazed on her aa I am," Interrupted Lam- Kai directly Interested In the life of each policy, you attain numerically the. 'en.' y
pensive downcast face. tire population ot tbe United States ad territorial possessions.. 3
less composed than usual and when bert, starting up and grasping the .INPnOW" TO *
she distinguished Glynn's tall figure, "I wish he would tell you some- back of his chair. "I rushed to your PK&PA.llI;.fL'f I That able and aggressive generalship has guided the lire-lnsursnce.Jbu-, "'-
thing about Mr. Vincent before you I nesa Ia.attestcd" by Its success-measured In one by the payment of it'
and mot his dark, eager, adrntrlm t hotel, Deering for I cannot help way
eyes, she colored suddenly, looking go" con listed Elsie. "I feel oppressed thinking Vincent hAs some hand in It. Fried Squashes.-Cut the squash five hundred millions of dollars to policyholders and beneficiaries during the,'*. kL

. away with a smile sweet, so glad, with" a sense of Indefinable lIe Is a double-dyed scoundrel. Deer- into thin slices, and sprinkle It with past year by American and Canadian companies and In another way' by. the t

that Gtynn's bbart gave a quick mischief. ''lng, I charge you not to screen him!" salt; let it stand a few minutes; then I record of flve billion dollars paid to policy-holders And beneficiaries during. .
bound and throbbed with a triumphant "Before I go? repeated Glynn." I "How dare you accuse me of such beat two eggs and dip the squash lulu the fifty years of its existence.-The World Today. .-.'*

sense of victory, after which "How do you know Lam going I villainy!I" cried Deerlng.In great agitation the egg; then fry It brown in butter or)

reason gave Op the struggle and resigned "I heard my father say you were I ."1 am as Ignorant of the affair1 Breaded Siuisages.-Wipe the sausages > O O O .O
going, and of course you will not stayIn i 0
herself to defeat as you are-more so; don't pretend dry. Dip them in beaten eRg J"r I
Paris." ,,,____ ____ ___ ._
"This la our dance Miss Lambert," that you are without suspicion and bread crumbs; put them In the ..'__ v- -v- --
aald Wynn after a brief groetlng tot "I cannot tear myself from it," said I She has not been taken away without frying bucket and plunge Into oiling -,ii *

the rest of the party, as he took her Glynn, with passionate emphasis. her own consent; you must, have fat Cook ten minutes. Serve with iOn Wi.
hand. "But it Is a set of lancers; "Why" asked Elsie, looking up some idea who it is she has gone off a garnish of toasted bread aiyd pars- Effect of Equal Suffrage :
surprised then meeting his n *
would you not like to, walk around gaze with." le; ,

.and look at the decorations until the vivid blush passed over her cheek Glynn, in the midst of his own American Toast.-T<) one>-KK thoroughly -

neat dance which Is a waltz?" fading away" quickly. ". stunning horror, was struck with the beaten, put one cup of sweet Marriage C
"Thank you I should" So Glynn "Why he exclaimed. "May I consternation which Deering's face milk and a little saltj/sllce; light .

took her programme and wrote his come and tell yon why? tomorrowwill expressed, and was inclined to acquit bread and.jdlp into Tile mixture, allowing a \ ,

own name" for several l" waltzes, pre- you bear my explanation" with him ol any guilt In the matter each slice to atxspi; rb) some of'' \ By Alice Stone StacJctvelt

facing each Inscription with .a per- kindness", with patience "Have you been to the police the milk; then brown oA a hot but-

suasive "May I'" Elsie laughingly ."Ah! she' re ul'n shrinking No; for God's sake let us lose no tered griddle; spread with butter and r1alYsa Mbra.u sa. e el4aE
"It is Davll-
restricted the number, "But," she slightly, time." Glynn'slezed his hat "I serve hot. '

added, with a slight graceful hesitation llers will be looking for me." will. go with you." Pear Preserves.-For each talf- N anonymous correspondent: cornea to the aid of the person f
"If it does not Interfere with "Out, Elsie, may I come-will you I "I returned to question the concierge -
hear bushel of pears take the juice pressed< -wnro declared that It woman had the ballot "marriages
., ;your other dances might I I am me/ In order to get clue bo- "
say some : from four quarts ot cranberries; would stop lie refused to be convinced by the fact that d
"Yes she said and
engaged to you if Mr. Vincent asks very gravely fora going to the Prefecture !' .
9 police Wyoming, where women have voted for
make a syrup of the cranberry juice, nearly forty year. c
me for a waits I must dance with softly "you may come then I felt obliged to questionhim E '
; A '
has the smallest
* today of
proportion unmarried
Madame Larimers' was ready to ,,/adding one cup of water to every women,.to
him, but not waltz-I ." "
a cannot tell
nodding .to Deerlng "to Its of state In Union. He i
leave the ball, and observed that the quart of Juice and two cups of sugar. population any the says this t.
. "Yes I will grant your very serious you-to-Oh'! stand by me. '
child looked Simmer the pears in the syrup till due not to woman suffrage but to the fact that there r. ,
dear meaning Elsie, '
request Glynn, head Is :
< going. tender and add One-third stick cinnamon -- more men than women !in Wyoming 80 there are'JIl all
down upon her. ."I shall keep all quite 'You must keep calm for her sake," .
I for every quart j tr. Seal uU neighboring
waltzes at disposal and take' Glynn accompanied. them to the
your said Olynn; "come on. It she Is aboveground
Elsie's cloak round tight. No one asserts that woman suffrage causesmarriages, but it obviouslydoes
door wrapping
to "
care be within hall! Is it permitted we'll find her!
to brutal I her carefully. Cream I*/ '.-A piece of butter the not prevent th'em. If marlage had ceased In Wyoming forty years age,
a Englishman
to "And I'll second far I
say you as as
your_toilette la perfect "To-morrow," he whispered press- size of an egg; two-thirds of a teacup" when the ballot was granted the women of that state, whether more or '-
can,_ ere.Pelng'!! "thoujgh 19uhave
."1 am very glad yoll tbink so.". ing her arm to his side "- She looked attacked! me so shamefullY." ; of sugar; one teaeupfuiet'ci eam; fewer touldnow almsLal1) of them be splntters. whereas the census shows_ ,4_
serious searching look tablespoonful of flour Stir butter that they are nearly all married. p'
The decoration up-a one
!! were duly admiredand Lambert, with a dazed' halt-stupe-
then the waltz for which Qlynn "Youpuzxle mel" she said"How'but fled air, stared .at him. till Glynn. who sugar and flour together, then Can any evidence be produceiflto" show that marriage has ceased. In Australia ''
the and flavor with or New Zealand or In any or the places Where women vote?
had been longing struck up. you will tell,me how felt his own head Peeling under the add cream .
Given good music, a first-rate floor, and why! When may I come to- shock, passed his arm through his. vanilla! ; pe-tSr into .a pan lined with Mrs. Carrie Chapman' Catt lately' pointed out that women now have the
bake. Let cool and spread full ballot'in states and countries'covering a larger area than '
a partner whose step suits y6urs, and morrow and led him to the-fiacre which was pastry and England',
waltzjng is certainly a pleasant ex- "In the afternoon." waiting. over the top a cupful of whipped France. Italy, Spain. Portugal, Holland Belgium, Denmark, the Qermau'.Cm-, p" S

e but when In addition yourpartner Bidding good-night to young Le To be Continued. cream. pire, the Austrian Empire and European Russia all con blned. The cessation '\

Js Just the very creature that Clerc, who was returning to theball- Potatoes a la Creme.-Heat a < ,- of niairliir' .:" throughout so large a part of the civilised world would certainly. I,

you hate felt tempted over and over room. Glynn lit his cigar, and walked rar and Fa. ful ot milk; stir in a heaping
again to clasp in.your arms and pour slowly down, the Rue de Rlvoll. It A stock broker.whose mind was always spoonful of butter cut up In as'tn ;

out expressions of tenderness and ad- was a heavy, intensely dark night; full of business waa asked a flour; stir until smooth and thl tactFor

-- ,pUtaUonwhlle. ,. your heart, throbs bat he was too much excited to feel few, days ago how old his father''was pepper and 'salt, and add two (bupfuU .-

jftf alnjlt Urs. the pleasure beqWes al. atmospheric influences. In lilt.own Well," said he abstractedly I "he's of cold boiled potatoes, sliced and a : 1

most-painful' - . mind he had passed the..Rubicon;.and quoted at.eighty: but there to every little Trr finely chopped; parsley .
Glynn as the hours went rapidly his. request to Elsie for an Interviewon prospect that be 'will reach par and Shakeover the fire until the potato q the' Very- BestTR6lqlfe' :

be. felt (hU power over himself meltIng J the; morrow bad, he considered, possibly be at a premium."-New Orleans are hot all though, and pour into a i

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;t fi/J 1. ,1/ .' UrT,1C: i. --. -,::: ANT RDINANCI-: --- rAN -Notice "Application for Tax !' LOW RATES :

l 1- At a remilar 1UI elliig of the ('U1! fjou;,I.I..i. 'OltDI ANC'i:1: : Ammt An OtdlnaoM >a- Peed Under Sections: ,.574 and' DR. JOSEPHINE' HeraOSTEOPATH l ,'

IMh 1\\ > Urn. following tlllod. "An Ordlunoe Retpleting *>. lfee of
1$ pn Friday. January V', 575 'OJE the General Statutesof -VIA -
aMeWr. . lrlcktB from' the.. oily ..... ,trationi. Pool or Bllllanl Tablei or Rooms by Mlnot*."' j < .1
t books '. He It Ordained by the Council I'of the Town of the State of Florida.. t. ,
f "* XUalmnM*CltriSKCTIOM .

,\.1--. .lIror4 .:.. ., ,. ,. noi-reildent I 1. It hell be unlawful COT city minor- N tlo. -Is hentbr given Ilhae Mallln Onto!' andSti11 ATLANTIC COAST
) ? : .a" > .. under the VM of.Ighapw year to pUjr at. anytime purchaser of Ta; "ertlncaw N".)"il09, dat ;Graduate( of tile S. S, 0. 'LINE"'J:

.4 the nth. dar cot .**>* 0; 111119.. has
".;"U. J.. . . .. .'.. .:;i . :.II.n-re.l. IduutL the 'ir! }"*.of-pool or bUIUudi In any roomwherein .r and has :: College! of Osteopathy .
Band}, J'A.. .. .. . . it. . """d';.<1auldt.1Aooo pool or billiard table far kept for public fllo In
.. . 1I..n'I't'.II nl use; or to enter. frequent or''' lounge about any applleaUonfortsxdeo4toleans Women .; '
' '' '' i Specialist la disease of1 :To.
Mp- wnn.,...otd.nt.Bro"lI" room. where Hoot. or billiard tebtea are k ptfoi..the with law, .J of .
:a"l'.1i1C"D-1Iaron-' : ; ; "* aDd Children.. GonguJtatloaancUexamiaation ..
"-L 'L Said orLrllcate l ciolir4(><.l1hrollnwlnr"'i ---- -
1'.8.. .. . .. .do.oJ ....*of the'public after the hour of S p. m., and '-
1' (ree..
k.4.G W learb.rrm, J. ...s ..e.. ....:... :"noll.rcnld..u& any aforesaid minor vlolaUn under the thts.ectkm ace tit hall ebrhteen be punished year a> scribed Florida properly to-will: .iltuated" .In OHcvola, county 1 M9Qda"l arjd.Tburdays.. ? TAIVIPA AND RE TURN--

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1 I tot 1\of Block a. Rubinaon'a .Addition to Kia- Ulflce. 'O.rayatone 'JIltt'I., KIalmlllefl- .
for not more then thirty days or ,
Grown;;, Frank :. ...,:.. ',\ .deal by Imprisonment ,
COIIl.r..J..W. ., uuyr. ddeet by a firte of not more th.n'oils hundred dollar; or .\mine.City : I t'la. .
"I ., It'l' The sold land being anwn.ed at he Dilute o' . ACCOUNT OV .
CINtoo W '- R nnwa'elAeotr by both,aurlt line sad f>npri onm
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44 .. :" p rW-. Whoever, bainu the owner lee be'ork'Mtw the 1ss.imnco ftf itiou <*'..rllMcl" In the uao.e Zf A

:priaidln Frank, unu. .rveplantA l of any pool or; billiard tabhf kept for the lobn Johuaou '
; minor under the.airsof Vole... said ccrtlfloaloa shall be redeemed' acrconllng Fierrting :
: ,l'ulI"lli.LJL" '. .diwll. UM of the put>lc.al16w-any! iSprigg Florida'
; -II .._. eiirhtevn year a> afore.aW t.. play at an, iOmath in law.'tax: deed ..ll1l.e thereon- on State1dWinter1afrLLFrom !
tlio (nil of : A. I>. WlHlWliupaff |
I lr IiaMUar. J. I' 'npu lrcetdnnt' .tarns' l 101 pool billiard.\ ., or to enter/frequent I day February'
t gI II or kunir about such pool l or billiard room iny official f94iaiirre and Heal thii .
.r. abet lay punlnhed bjrImprlnonnirnli (saal.l' | the 11th flay of January. A. lUC > i CLEANING -
n" *u. R: 1 .... . non.r'osiduuti after Mid hour of 6 p m' .
ARTHUR K. !>ONE .11..0' a
.. ::'. fine of not more than two hundred ..
AzadNav a "
Newklnxthu. :
% ,,: I' S Clerk Iroulicnurf OmteU t'ounty. Florida" Palatka tickets. on Halo Feujrtuirv :J.IO-U.12.16.17.j9'ZO-.2"i.2S-2>. Final.
aid ,
IJ.\cloer..\ ,. ,._.,......: ... ,. tuoll n'xhh'uIw : urli line and Imprunnntent. DYEING ,, : .
.JJ.' Jlin.LOCK,
Ch.r, In By 1) C. '
Jt"b M W. ,. ... . .walrrMftaul" Sec. a. All ordlnaricell. nrpmrtu ..'-' I REPAIRING w limit tea day from but nut il )udlng d at.eplaJe..
.. J conflict( herwvllh. h and 'IhV name are herebyrepealed. -

John.. \\'. H. . ., uur .hl'I Motice t<> Creditors' '
Jl.IniIUluy' .. . unurttfdrN'i 1.amid, In '. All having etaln. against this _tate of ,
> T. W. persona
,Adoulj A. D. '$ Leave word .
7OHeN. H. F' 1101) ri at lilY house autl clothe
K" 1_ .1..ld.mL ol Cuiiiiuil cf Town of Walter Ba a,. Hr., ..,..- lat tit the. county ofOsoesl. ,| will be called lor and returuad. . ,

j .. 7t'ugF.auk .. unurc.i.Ic" "_, AtUwt! : KlimlmmMi'l'y.J. ....... .. and etat.of Florida, must present' lh." i iI For t.\f'keta\ reservation. or lufonfia'tlon, call on nearest Atlantic Cpast Lln. r
properly attested to the undersigned AdmlnUtrator -
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J I' K. 01LBBRT : I II Agent, or r+"w
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j Llnnr.i: \ lion ",( e11I. ItM l'l..rk 0' Said this Town 6th dRY of January. A' U Otherwise. they wllhin'tho will be forever lima prescribed barred. by And law.all Satisfaction'Guaranteed J. W. CA11K T. r. A. J. C. KmKLANtt, D. P. 1CTAMl'A -,
1 Approval hy me I FLOH1UA. .
MUitPHY.. persona Indebted to aald .iu>te> will make. _We- I I : j ,. "
''.latbaws,11. .... 'IInn..t.I."tf Iwo' T.Jbl. i--, _
J N.rorof the Town of Klwlmmee mint of tlio.erne to the and eralgned.! - --- T. C. WHITE,. O. P. A. W. J. CRAIG, P. T. M..u'
f Nalhaws.J T. lion. e.IoI.tMat..ew. VVII.MINOTON:. N. c. v. .

., H. II nanl'ntllelltIMtm jnsp] "ity. Administrate!* of the edits of Walter Baa 9r : R. o. MEEK . .. .. ,
!t. : .
-- leer 'Applit' for Tax Deed d_..... ., ; :1--------.- -.-- .- -, - ---'-- -_
j Mellon. J. A unn-r dduh, Notice of t.ion .
October II1J'OK.! 1 e mfpM!>,months .
54" and 575. I Has for sale choice lands ID every !
M.IIII". t: IU'U' r"\"I'I,1 Under Sections
'+f"Yr'lrSve C a ayrrty aa KIe Iy I s Iy 5 9 IF'F e.1e t r sea
) MrLtughlhi.V., 8. J non .....hlelllXona..lel. Revised Statutesof For portion orKlorjda, adapted for farming I .
$ ont or the growing of fruits and .
J It woH r"I.I'nC'lIc s vege f. KISSSIM.ME
t .... ct l' uuu rcehlent1 Florida. Bedroom and sitlinKrooin furnished) tables of every variety also NORTH PHONE NO. 8.

/ Nnllic lit )iur..-.Ir K"-.'.I 'X"' Ko'M-rl' J.hiii-loiiJ) with or without board, South Kissimine 'I phate, ,timber aDd ranch lands- PhOIl'I',

V 'V" O"lo.b, I.v. non ">hlnlI'd ntln4iniuH' of liiv l ,Atli' air. Ni '1:1: tlaletl the <-. fronting court hOll e. Apply! loMRS. -

f/ .,< I. .addnyofJnleD' 1')01.ndofVex( C'HrllflratuNo.M'ltlHliil OV.. HKST. Box 1S.: .. I I'-xceplloimllv line bargains in orange I [ C. W.gpiff.

ft.3i. liffllt. J .1 uuuIt0hlrnlI ,. : HitthiV, N of July A l> IX!"''. hasllliMl groves. List your property with t n I

I )- '... I'arkur. u. K. rnl<1oiit . -nl<1 riTllllralvfl In mr ofllfi' sod. linn modeepptiaiunlurtaxdcudlolesurlu Every Mother I him: he can sell It, rent It and collect ,

'1 I'artlli Ta> l rJ'I J ro"..ideutS at rortlmiffunii in or should! .worried! when'the I little your rentsAgent i t
l' S v 11',1,1, rrrtillt-alt' ** r'nl two the InItiHltiK .mes hav& couirHor" cold. It may lead 1 -- .
OwculaComity Kire and Life, Insurance > Fancy Family Groceries
} j KaDua. Iddwrl,. .1, unuaeudru1y ilowrllii-d uiopvriv Hllnatml In to croup or pleurisy or pneumonia -
'. 1y Rugsier' J. 14 nou..e.hl"1 Klorithi to.wil. then to soniellrintf more serious.> Bal- I and Armour' FerMlixera.Kissimmee \

ti i l j t Ith'...III'l. I'rt111 .IIIa r..I""L 'lax. ('.rlllli-ale No I ..III..r..e..NJ. <::'. ol' NK1, lard'u. Horehound Syrup will cure ttie I "

'lt j. 1 y ".y.--r;;; : \\ unu.rellde'Il.. Sortloli I in 'I'nu l1'hlSnll\ h..1 l "I ICHHI.Isx trouble at once! and prevent any complication Florida J Fresh Meats.

!, i..euud'. ... S 'sootresldlnln ('rrl Uki.,. Si. "I',' '.mhr..-.... begin al tlieluiltllUfKl ? Sold] liy lUilMM'Son's Hhar--I .

", ...m... ,.tu foil redden" order; of UK- N ViA of t-W ,>r Sm, macv. I'I s, 1 Deliuen\.. 1 Kvt-r.v; Day I at any (Hour Patronage Sollcitea.rffc .

: $' I'. I' tum-n -i.11I'rl" lilciiiIMIII ,/ lion'I' hi Ton nulnji' Si south ,,1 Mange 29I I H"t.rnnwKHst - :- I .
;. "" pelr. a "-.101<'111 !"I verl' Surth. l.7 I )nr'l-. \Nit, ,"., i Str. Juanita for Charter. J M.ViLJSON: J R., AAA JV *V w% rfU, jfl. El. VW 1 res..fie W jlh site elk afk Ilk A set A J

"' ,,'1,10., .S. I.. ll'tll fe<..Id10IThunlla 'nrds S..I1' I; .r.l. I
.1 ftl( T The HH|ld| l e reel-I Iviliu HI" .oI I nt Ihr dBln itftht -The services. of the sU'arner} Juunita :1I I .t\ NoTAHY 1'URlilC.! . ) --- -- .__. ,
lire,i now ollel-ei) for clmrler, to l.untinc =
KolIT( linn I ,.. ,lt|Iii \ I--MHHI,, "I l .nh '-b'lMi. ell it p| i> .tlo..h ) STATK LARGE
It nil plouKiire ii&vlivn, or for ) 'Oral AT ) "
.. I U. K Rod: bl
t Truer H.'A soon ,.1.1. II In tiniiniiis ?( J I' rr.iiu an
: freight kfrviro anvuliere( on the KIs- Heal; ;;state Agent.
tlilli ', ,10..11 tit- r I I
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\\ ..II..(... J I' unrn'-I !i. ,ni ill.,,,it'll. n .....,.lliii. In. ,lau.lni' tlt-i-,) cull I I","- siinuMKivcr: ruult1. Apph I I'ono SUNNY SOUTH STABLES
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; i WiFixlnll, Jn-. ., 11uin.rull. II.e .. .'Iel >lnol, I'.JIMJ; : A I I. l'i'r. '''-'. LIVERWORTTAR _
..Up'.ciWlllHini I. 1.0.-.t\. / D A. VANS AGNE\V: *
\Vlli-un.' noliIHIII-!' ,1,1,1)1J AND CANCHALAGUA L. H. INGRAM. Proprietor.
. J !1' N.Ideut ((-fin, i It-rk < irt'uit I itnit.! (Nfilliy . For the ciniiplKtiruru ot. CuiiKhs. ColiU'' ,
.' \Valei .1 J. "hlo'lil I'unul y. I'l0ridn 'I AHlhtUK .", UrniioiniiK. and, I nil I.UI Koomplaint .
can li
i . ., I'ONI I".... I I' t1 tiMi'ling trt foiiHumptmu IArprusrt1'ar andMI ATIOIDj1; AT. L.AW . . .
S i W.'ker..1. VWauou. ". " ,01. IIIV 1111111'11 I K. ( \ .I i ln-rrv have for ilK'-, tumitiiliu-il, anemiit I I 1-
t,, I'. A ,'{II' 1..1 ., ,--- - >lmlitMl, reixitHttfin. .. H .'.."d"r.1 roiiffh I ANn :XoAAIIY; I'UIII.HK1SS1MMEK.
Wutklim, J. t.. ., um rit'+.lclil I r..".. .1)'. II rohtaliiH no tJHitn or hanhfuldriid. I Livery Sale and Boarding
Citation ol AdininifeUMtion. .'.n liu uivHii wU\! safety to rhililrcnI'ricc ,
Wolf 14'.11. """ "',1"11' II uo. ">.M. out) by OMJIMIIU Pharmacy, ; : FLA

\ ,li "I5..uilly.Judye.' (%nut. OttctN>ln 'ounty. rlmItla. : .. .

} Yale-. It. II. II.."-" ,,.10 "' IIv the lt>uot. 'v Judge of Halilounty.\ .

( Tin Count u ill mci't on I'm :'n I oIl1).f I0.b| Wi"........ N. -<- Bryan han Hnplit" t tv< thin' .t 'Wi'll equipped with, !New Stock ...n,1'I'I.' .. and ,\>.nil -
nts1J. A. I>. m ,11.: nt 7 alp' | in to IHIII nnu thKn ; a i. .
J .'"f. |>laliui Mild. ,lo rotor >'KnniiM' of'miy ;I" iimwho 'Court lAlv ol,\fur t. Ix-lUTit H. t'"lalll.of. Administration il<1. late on. of Mud- mr Latest Style Golden. O 1 Qr ii5" 1 l pored to meet all. ili-iiiainU with perfect siumfaction.

s lies. IH-OII. "wrmiKfn'lv I I ctrl. ki n, rn in '"1.1 ,'.. "
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t .oty :( .
f.l\l1.aOR! F.OC nly'
I list. Then nrt*. I hfrt.ftirt-. <> cite and litliiionish. alls \ :1' : t ,.,

By ante rnf "'"I111"'I.hl.. I l.-.tli el'| "\ 1,1 l JKHIIH". id xiiiifulur tlip kititlrtMl and crotitoi-H! ' naid ,'"* I I ,li ." .c: i *- end ship ,on tM rockeri

'' mill .I. It 'i.ll.HI in craved. to !b. and ai|,f,ir !bi'foro: lice O..rt..n or "I i I . .'d.: tt'v .," i Iott'u for fb.lure leather HEAVY HAULING A SPECIALTY
: '' l .rk.. before the "%h day of January,. A. 1.>. ,fart and ,1:. t+ 1 1"i Ir i !h.",'. *! ..'.. of oak,
the granting : 1 I -tJ '" .1. M. hanq, ,' ditto I )" If
file objection) if any they
l tiltl.mcnt.- H.Tl I ,I .I ; I 1. i i s.uu,') ]Ioy T>uiiijj/ 4)rert) BROADWAY PHONE 102
lottors ahreaald" olherwhu the name .
an ) lt,1t:' .) I t--It ..7) ':,1.,1, "hen.Lrthr* big. loU. innLca nMbUfl
granted wt prayed. y t I.'( ii i 1 hereu the SoirttiU ymn M ::._ '
I ufldvr Soctlun**> I "<
r Florida shuwingthaamountofbxescha .td County (thin .lOth day oT Dec.m tor.19OH. : 111 '..' 71-'-"" 7-=or.'" ,t- "'1 :r-c< rftSaloiuc chows over sew iliflTcreut .

i, to Florida the , be Colleolur collected for Onela the cupn-if 1' urn ..'..- : W JOHNSTON ,.r"''JI..I I S"1-- jIP.. -r-... = J kill ( ,o I, r I p"ror! 'Mnlnfc room, kitchen, porch

I'M*, and the..Dportlonment of the same tot (Heal\)t1... j t'ountyJudgo. ,y1.ii''I : ,to II., .IL-*, Q' ore -, !i" ",,-.111,1, *tyl.ft-nil nl. lowct J>.r- THE GnflYSTfll GflBBBE
the several funds for which laze have I yen :Jan 1-St , t' ,>, ''I ' '" ''J -.3-- tI"lI'I prUcn, .wry ,,',"Ir 1:iinmntee, levied; /'i..y .",/-"-] s-A.-.v. "J; H ,' 5-'s _. iflcnte'l or your money hack. You take MO rink what ,
APPORTIONMENT OF COUNTY \ThIDS.'t; ; ... evefj Mail .notal o-.lny for Catalogue and, special \ ..
Njeneral Revenue Fund5wia.W.I10Amount ; Jrltirrlatj 1', W Notice oft CJafnishiTicnt. '' Christmas Ut. Means dollar in your pocket, fnORIDA .
Collected; ..... .. ...>. 'll'iHBalance . i' X>5 CHAIR. FiCTOtT. Bunt MM MMMM I'...jMxawvau, ,.... ANTHONY A. LOLL. Proprietor. '.
.. .. . . .. .
:rot: i I' lu Court of .JuKtli-o; (if PiHiHSHt( <-' of Florida .

i' To""t"I"County Koad- ,<. I'm+.III l'nu dl,y. Klr t l"i,,lrlrt.I AQENT FOAlFoirbauksMorse

', Amount Collected, "''i5' "In I It. N. Floyd l-laiutlll \
1'\ Balance to be collctrUxl > .-- i I. v,. I flvilFrank.
F County Special: JIMK llrfcuililtii. , (J- Bargains at Cash Store Gas Enginesand
'/ 1'o amount aiwmsed "I IH| ,,7 \llniillo. Ton a Mui' Iedwsy'I"u1 \ Ai-llon
A' '" | aniHrniHlitM*
Amount Collected -l. > l'iBalano.
.to be collocted .I' -{ INQennral 1u Kranlr JIIIU-H.. ifeiilaill.,. and All Others Irrigating Outfits.

t, J School Fund- M hum II may ('ouremYon .
r Amount Aseeased l Il-'I !IM
Amount Uollectod II',.' 2- are hereby/ nnllneit. that a Writ uf Our White Lawn 40 in. wide 15c per yard.
D.Iaoetobecolloetd 11 IJ i 7UVin. niHliincnt ban ......n |laaued in the above race for
.and FtorfeituieAmount Lace from 5c to 15c per yard. AUTOMOBILES RENTED OR REPAIRED
the or an indnbbslueea of S-7.i] and
Asaeaaed . ."e, | lAmount recovery Dress Pants. $1.50 to $5.00 pair.
yl hanils per
Collected'H I I I' that'your properly in the of Atlnntli1f'uaatLlQe - - -
$ 'h ,Ba'ance to be collocted .. .' "J 81 : Ri ll\rAy Company hti. been gar> Pair Stripe Pants at $1 ..OO"TrtinKs : .

A Sub-achool amount seased Dlst. No. aTe .-. . .. 195 7s iiiaheetl, and that unl.011 appear before raid and Suit Cases at lowest prices. ARTESIAN WELLS DRIVEN ANY DEPTH

i. .Amount ullecttd 70 I r IBalano ., COUIOl1 or before The let day of February A1D. Picture Frames from 25c to $3.50 each. ..
to be collect-4... IV 7H IfNX. judgment by default will be entered
{ S Sub-School Diet No Crockery at the lowest prices. ,, -
.H'U Mralrmt you. D. M. fIX>YD; Plaintiff.
To recount aaseas"I I HI.Amount .
i- ,. COII..ed. ., .. . . U fii. In testimony whereof I have hereunto set Fancy StrayvLttals, at cost. '
,; ? Balance Bob-Scbool to. be Diet eollectM No. 4- is- .. l.i: my hand' and Heal thln21at day of December', BesTShifts madeT&f=-$ .OO each. We Solicit( all Kinds Repair Work,

A. D 1'JOH. L. A MINX .
9 To amMint! assessed . .. 12. Tinware at any old price.
Amonat Collected . ... . Eli (Seal) Jnntloe of Peice Flr.t Dlatriot. The only place can aehe.Bea.ver Brand Ha : ________ _ ___ *
lalaneb to be collected .. 61817 you '
\ Clerk Olreultf OAV" Notice ol Application for Tax .
t O-

wl /11 ---County.---,:. -Flor'-li.- '. < Deed Sections Given in 574 AccordanceWith and! 575 of Headquarters for |the\ Best Shoes in Town.i.r BUDDED TREES !

: Non-Resident Notice. the General Statutes of the n ___ __ __ _

( [' ,)CII'IjU" OpurJ, toveufa JndVlal Circuit/ Mlthtcoouty State of Florida. Islesworth Nurseries.

of", and Slate' of Florida '
la Notice In hereby glvvu that H K.Overetrentpurchaser ""'"" '" '" '" "' ''' "' ''' ""'"" """'" "' ''' -"'- .
At' a ChancetAnna/.
of Tax Ocrtlflole. Noe. 1208. 1'x19.IYIl :' .._- ... ....N.MAC... "C '
I>. \$ hasSled J. w. HOARD AOKNT '
;.. v,. 'i Dill for VI votu.. dated the did: dayot July A. 9j/ \ ,
IlKiTlea Becks) Kid curt'Bcate In my office and has WeVlll have for
ready next F..11IoDd Winter
) y' 'It harluji been. made to appear by anidavitnfthe made application for tax deed to liwte lu .c.cordaace planting a general
MACH BROS. aaeorttaent of Orange and Grapefruit Trees of all leading varie
t CotnpleJoaut that the mldence of the with law. 8aid certificate embrace ties. OUr trees are budded Dir Ifood. healthy .rough Lemon and

Dcfaadant,'the said Derileo Beck.,, !, to her the following dencrU>ed property situated iuOaoeola Sour Orange roots, guaranteed free from Insects peat of kind.
,, _knowo. and tl-t 'here U no pomuu. In the/ countr, Florida, to-wlt ICortln..WI All budded from bearing .trees In any
our groves therefore
Btabipou whom eervlo.. could be made that No. -. Blocks B C D of H. A. Mat. Livery Feed and Sale Stable. name. Our la6lWeB for growing nursery stock are second true to to

4; would bind the and Defeiuluit, and that Ihu u.._' Addition to ltle 6nam.. City. none and our trees are as floe as money and twenty 1ear:. exper

,t Bald Defendant U over the age of !tl years; It 1.t' la Certificate 1209. Block. I J of H. A. atadwws1 lence can produce. We are making a specialty this season of the

_thartfore. ordered tbal the said IX.feudant the Addition to Kiaslmmee City. 1a WOOD-:-DRAYING ,, famous California Valencia Late which I U destined to become the
.'-'..Id Bertlen Certificate 1210. Block 0 P of H. A. afatbcw.' 't I
r -B CIU, be. and be ia hereby te- r greatest money-makec: In Florida. Our Valencia bud.
1 15 1* <).J red to appear' lo the. aald Bill of Complaint Addition to Kiaslmmee City, Everything Is Newand First-Class.. We Will rect from the best bearing tree In the! district now famous come for -
Oh Mondays the lat day of March, A, D. plop, The Bald land bong awiesRed atv the date of the best Valenclas ID California. producing
4>ttk r.lie alloKallooi of said bl11.b1 be the 11."oe.ol.b cenlflcate in the name of 1 Render Prompt and Satisfactory ; .

p Won aa ('onfe..... by cell 4eteddaut. It I. rnkown.tToleni. vice Day or Night. AH Kinds Write/ for Prices to J. W. HOARD Gotha. Fla., ?r call and see our Nur{''

ftvther ordered tbat '.,Ia order be publlah (aid. uerIflcate. shall be redeemed according series at Waco on Florida Midland R. R.DANN'S .
1 oooe a wt ek for four consecutive .woelta lu the to law tax Comic will Issue thereon on f Heavy Hauling. t,!

a1 i M '. Kuniimxaee Valley GaxetU.), newspaper }Mib- the '.'Hi day of February. A. I). loot.Wltuess 1,
tithed In aald County of Oaooola and Htatv of my official( o."re and seatthia the AT BEAMAN'S OLD STAND. IPHONE 113.

Florida. l-ilh 1 day of January A. D. Itwu. ..... """" ,...... ,...... ,...... "..... ,/1

'r, In wltueaa whereof I, Arthur B. Voue ..., (Heal ARTIIVR E. DONKUAN. WAGON. WORKS

r. Clerk of the Circuit Court have hereunto set Clerk Circuit Court Osceoln County Floilda.Uy -- .
+ 11 .. my \band and the seal of the. aid Court tolaJ13th H.: II. BUI.LGOK. D, 0Notice -- .....

yf. -- -day- -of Jaouarr... AoRTHVR A. D. 1900.. bOIfEliAK'. of Application of Guardian Malsby Machinery Co. HIGH GRADE VEHICLES S MADE_ TO ORDER

(Seal Clark of Circuit Court. Onreola to Sell.Real Estate. vIJotlce

J r' W. J. MBaBs, County, Flbridn. AT REASONABLE PRICES.
Soltoilor.Th '. ia hereby siren that I ,will! apply loam
4 ,"'. Oomplalnant'1 C9nnty Judge of Oaoeola C antr State of 22 OCEAN ST. . . . . JACKS VILLE: FLA.
1 -- - -. Florida. on the 16''d.ror' : February, A. 0.1_. .

Ma.e.t Mae In Town I for an order. to all at private sale all ot the 'It Portable and Stationary Engines!: .

t I it who al"aya'wtlara a frown. right title and in wrest of Un!. Canon s mi Saw Mills Woodworking Machln-

I. ar N ,' 'l. cross the Doe and dli.gree.Ue and Is short nor.In the following described real estate, sltuaU err, Shingle Mills, Lath Mills, and Blacksmithing, Horseshoeing and Repair Work ol.r

in his oswers. Nine cal@i lying: and being la (the county of Oaoeola general line of supplies. Completeline '
r' : ,q *out uxd,o* ten rp It's. not the. poor fellow and 8.*.. of norida, deeerlbea a* foHlowl to- carried tn stock for immediate All Kinds Done by First-class Workmen. '';
r .
ar that wit shipment. Sold on easy terms.It
M lauh, It. bU liver ,
,'$ snake him feel so mlserabTa-ht e caa't 1 Beginning. till ft weal of uonheaat oomer of ,A
1k elnc disagreeable. Are you In north K of lot 2. sea M; T. 21 ., R. M ., and run will pay you to consult us beforeI -. ---

-.', 'aautt kelp i' pt into thsAcondition? .....1108 weaL m ft. theooe south $M ft, tbeno i ,k buTlne. Postal will bring our sales '

at Dace t Wwr Ball rd's MUM 264 ft, (Etna n .H deg e S* ft, theaoan. man. Write tor Illustrated catalogue
stern .
& .. r, ;'rf'UerlltDe- pour-liver-she.sfe; ." *_ ,81 lain a.tee.ft., theoa,north tao ft tobec1aajn' _ d_ ___. and prloe. " J J. DANN Proprietor

s ,and reliable vegetable re later. Sold C. A.OAB80M, we gwpend...... Asia fovCeiebiata* Va* aiM BaateM. BoOere and torn.IDD&.' ,
S-K OaarOla of Ifdaate 0..... rare.
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