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 29, 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: VID00370
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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:GOOD' MEETING HELD W .. '" BRtL1Ah9EtIPfIii[ ) ; iOur

V. i ..-.. t H I'f" Survey of Canals and Kissimmee. River. : 5 -

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By the Board of Trade on Monday Tendered the-VisiUnt; ; Ladies by the ., .. . .

'. Representative Frank ClarkMias thU-oiluceTlD Congress the .
NightsReportsShow.' Much following, Joint( resolution and from Btat.emeotl'lnade in a letter Members of the Village Improvement .; :

Work Has Been.Done. from him to the !board'of Trade, there are good. reasons for the Society. J .%:L' .' .

- belief!' be.passed-at this session: I ,t'. I"

The meeting of the Board of Trade ., The reception given Id honor of the '
tbe last beforrt the
annual No04allWrbt."loA'election of officers there wa. 1 Resolved by-the Senate and House of Representatives ladles temporarily the residing Kisatm-I ' : .. .
nee by Village .
.unusual number of member. present ot the United i//States of America in Congress assembled.. cietyat the handsome Hotel Grmi<>, Hne of Fall '

_."? which"several was owing have, possibly signified, to the That the Secretary of War he and he is hereby authorized atone Wednesday afternoon from ,, : 'z, ,
3 to 6 opened asocial feature la Klsslnimee -
willingness to serve tbe Board t.helr'l and d directed to'cause to be made an examination and survey that Itus long been needed, and .... .

!V chief executive.the The beginning.meeting and the' of the Kissimmee river, in the State of .I+'lorlda, for its met with the heartiest response. The : Goods for Meng
>f vim from event will long: be remembered by both
business was transacted with as little I. entire length from Kissimmee City to Lake Okeechobee: the visiting ladies and the members of ; + '

There also that said survey shall be made and a report of a project for. the Village Improvement Society : Women and _
The entertainment was purely social, .
'I a channel of such width: and depth as may be found practi- and from the hum. of voices it was tt . ..

cable through Tohopekaliga and the entire length of plain no orchestra was. needed to liven I Children is '
After the occasion. The women from far off '
were read and approved, the secret a f y .said river 'adequate for vessels engaged in transportation Michigan were equally at home Idth tlow. i
presented to the Hoard the resolution their sisters of Flor-
thereon also adequate for the commerce- tributary tdt Virginia or 7
been introduced In ap
that had GongreaaS
l' ida. The entertainment had a twofold for '
bv Representative Clark %uthorlzlnir said river, with an estimate of cost including therein the pleasure:-visitors getting ac- open your '

a survey of the canalsand Klsslmniee quainted with each other well S
river looking to tin feasibility of pine- construction of such locks in the said river as mav be with the town women. as as. Cr7. .

tog:: locks in same, accompanied by a I I[ deemed necessary or advisable. The day was one of Florida's) most : inspection! .
letter from Mr. Clark in which be stated :
winsome, and the handsomely gowned 4 k''
that h4t had reason to believe -
every women, as they wended their .
to I
the same won 1 1 be passed at this.,| the scene of entertainment, enlivened way ..; _

selll<>o. I the streets: of our !.own. giving: a toreI I .
The committee on advertising reported !I $50,000.00 COMPANY REAL ESTATE SALESAre taste of hosfiltable Kisslmioee's! future. .
In detail its official acts since -'
Each member of the society seemedUfyle
which was placed on ---- KATZ'SSV s
Its appointment, $
'I with the other in doing ho or tottJe .
file. Articles of Incorporation fired of the osf Almost Daily G- visitors but the serving committee. . .r
"Mr. J. M, W lllaon, Jr., reported .
having made some investigation regarding -' Ashton Turpentine Company.Articles currence in Kissimmee. as and they fruit dispensed punch, had delicious a double cake tea .1 \ S
the commercial value, of the I! adv8ot-l.
castor bean so extensively grown III'> of Incorporation have been Hardly a day passes' In Kissimmee age. The committee on \' .
this section, but the d a)a he had on the j tiled with the state of the Ashton Turpentine hUb what one or more pieces of property Mrs. N. B. Carson. Mrs. M. Katz, I; I
Mrs. Stanley Bullock S.Carr
Mrs. J. I..
subject did not. warrant him making company;'an organization created changes hands, and an out-of- .. '
Mrs. N. C. Hrvan and Mrs 1). C. Lie .
any recommendation to the Board. for the purpose of ourrving on a town manta usually the purchaser. 'j '
On this question Mr J. Vf. ljrentis general business of owning controlling Last. week as already noted In this The reception cuiniiijttee were Mrs. I i I .
limber 'lands and several su'en Clay Johnson Mrs W. J. H'ar5.MI'II'1 i| ,
leasing made of
some valuable information, slating and paHr| were
gave K.. O' .. ',
Tatmnn, Mrs AI. I
that he believed they could: 1 bat I uianufacturlnir and dealing in timber, valuable trucking land at good 1 figures, VVVVVVV
Mrs. Clay Stanford, Mrs W. B. liar- I I' m m mvv / / /1 VVVVVV '
grown here to such an extent as to lumber and all kinds building ma- and one party j>nrhasei one hundred I _
Ms and Mr J'< M Wlllson Jr
Trial also mills and uf celerj land (fnsido the I'1
make them profitable .> 1 I : operating saw acres cily :Mrs. thirty W Thurman, as hostessof <
The secretary nrniM. a most com pre. bt am and I sail vessels limits. i The Graymont!, made everyone. feel i I Iperficlly 14.8. .4%. ecfk rlk .tk M ,n. litiAc lk r
the work performedin The capital ,stock of the company isrXH)
henslxe report of This week'so far there hate been i home
hln office since the organization of > ) () share several sales of one and two 8 retracts uttMeinent at TheVillage a -l

the Board, giving the number of pieces of tIC) each, 3tl': hares of which are and Mr. It O. Meek sold\ to I their" praise, Society of Mr.were and uiiauimous Mrs. Im'I'B Spring
of literature distributed, the amounts issued, and paid up by the conveyanceto Mr. Palocul1J. Iudean ': man's generosity in the f Fertilizing.
ol'uMI".vIB"I extending use
w&1'I'al1t.. the of all flip property .
of mon8for which were company twenty acres of line of the spacious parlor of 'Ihe Gray- -
and the number of letters writ- owned bv Hlackwpll Carson .'\: Coo at land block from ) s
ire the house
court Be time. Give
stone but doubly so to thud on reachIng i your trees a good start this spring.
ten and received AKhton :} and adjoining the fifteen acres : I the hotel that Mrs. Thurman Help them to throw off the eirg-laden leaves that'will soon In- ..
1L having been reported to the Board The directors of this company are Me3k recently I sold td Mr. J.V.. Mr.l I had shown her admirable taste in f.: feat the whole-tree. Give! your tree food thaB,1t may work for t'
that the Atlantic Coast Line Itallway some Of the strongest financial men in of I-alonia, "<\. This is considered\ to special decoration of Mays and potted c" you. Cents now make'dollars, later on. Note our three dis I
no longer had telephone connectionwith 1 the south and l are and have 'Ijeen ba exceptionally. fine land for trucking' plants. tlnct.IOJ'IDuJas. "j k

either its ticket, or freight ornVe, Ideotlfledtl\ } many enterprise* that purposes but especially adapted to ; ,
to at once ;Stave proved MUC" 'sses The president, .. Iris regrelced that some of the
the secretary was Instructed the cultivation i>f .elcrand leltuee. i ,111 SPECIAL
I communicate with the proper olliciulx, .1. A. ('Ciawford of Jacksonville, U Mr J. M. \\T III son, Jr.. has sol.V to tors left before registering! but the\hl-i' i\ .. k
requesting that the phones be reconnected one of the 1 st known naval stores Messrs..1.! 1 K' and t' I,. Milliard the. pended list Includes the -- ORANtiK! TREE 'HROWKR
as their absence In those places men in Florida, and is I largely I int"r- Walker half block near the court I the crowd: Mrs. 1' rank !Lieummg, Cape" I SEMINOLE. TRBE. UROWER. .' t
c occasioned much trouble and Inconvenience est H! In lands In ilils section house, on the southeiiBt corner of May Com House N. J.; Mrs.: Charles
to our cili/.ens, especially the C A. Carson, the secretary and which M,'. .1. K Ililllurd will build a I U. Hisar, Piqua, Ohio: Mrs J. P. )Fox, ,I We want to send you our booklets; especially I the two 4-r
business public. treabnrarIs president of 1 the, Stat modern and commodious "well 101/'.I\I Tampa Fla ; Mrs C. T Fleming, new citrus leaflets that are the best writings ever published .-
:Mr. H. Stanford delivered a most liarik of Kissltnnir, head of the This is one of the ideal residence sites Philadelphia, Pa.; Mrs Martha lUb- on tbe subject.Write : !
inspiring address Qn. the wubject of Watsrs, Carson A- ('0. grocery house in Kishinimee, as the ground/ 1 in high .bets, Brink Haven, Ohio: Miss Angle I a for them today.I
the Hoard In Its president of the Kissiniiiit Luiil r Shults Brink l1a\'en-Uhlo; Mrs L.. Spring-Tim. With Cltru Treea' sad Treat ,,
financially upholding and overlooks Lake
our beautiful
| I':. Murphy, Illinois Mrs. G. t'. KrVbTw, 'f 10U1.' How ."* *" ." to PoVtllliB Citrus Tr.o.." pl.e.pp.
efforts to idace the advantages of life Co., and also one of the largest sheep I' Tohopekaliia i ; Fvrtll !;) Irl-ik Poutoo*." florid 9tr.wbrrlos." "ldi y
In this section before the world In a owners and orange growers In the Kinairamee; Mrs. M. 1. Hale Illinois; ,4 Fertilizer" .,... l
M. Tiller has effected deal with K; Gra\e
a Mrs. J. L, Hays, !Miss I-lays. w
and star and there few public I'nl1r-
true and proner in&nner, expressed I
the belief that the btniness men of ?rlses In t'lis town or county but what L.. J ?slt>whereby)' he becomes t Ieownel' Martinsburg.Ohio; Mrs. P.O. Schult/ 4 Call on our Local Agent WATERS & CARSON. GROCERY -
of the elegant residence in South Eunice Echo;; Schultz, Oxford, Ohio;
be found wanting is numbered the directors.
this town would not .. .ie among Kissimmee known as the !Miss I'mrna1I0"JJ.n : S COMPANY, ocaddress. Jti
Mrs. Blanche MuKlnney! Aurora,
when called upon for futie Used T. A. BlackweU. of Ashton. one of .
__' for that He paid a' beautiful the directors, Is the owner of a vast / place, riving his residencenear 111.; Mrs A. B. Hatcher. Roanoke, Wilson & '
to tribute to purpose Klsslinmee. and o c601... amount of turpeni ne interests! and is the Methodist church In partoay- Va..; Airs E.-D. Plummer, Benton Harbor ( loonier Fertilizeiv Company '

county saving that the soil hereabouti, ,looked upon as one of the wealthiest. ment.his Mr.residence Tiller will move h'.s! familyto Mich.; Miss Mamie Tiller, Chat I ;JACKSONVILLE.:' : FLORIDA ? '
new next week. "
would fertilize the land in other sets- men In Middle Florida.Thomas : tanooga, Tenn.; Mrs HobertUrauoo, / .
lions that is now selling at fabulous Wilson, of Sumlar; S. C., Capt. R.' O, ( ancv. has purchased Centralla. Mo.; Miss 13ess>J.. Chaney, .
another director, -president of the from Mr. .W L. Van f)uzor the lot Kansas'City, Mor rlrs, O. H. P. Cor- .quanVh"QntF'4t''y1r'ff'PrV'tf'eFYr'' N 'Vr'4r4 '

prices.The entertainment committee wall Instructed Northwestern Hail road ;in'his. state, directly In front of thelilgh Schoolon prew Miss Laura Drew; Norfolk, Va. ;;
'which he will build a residence.' Mrs. O E. Webr. Hrookvllle, rod.;
to make'all necessary arrangements and Is regarded as one of the wealthiest rv
for the first annual ban. as well as one of the best businessmen J. W. Miller has sold four acres of Mrs.L. E. Uarroon, Aurora, Ind.; Mrs. M11'" 1 VY N1,{V+11 1N1'fr VNM111MK1%, rt''
land in the upperend of town to some f. Graces. Brown, Chicago, III. ; Mrs.A. ,' ,
of the Board of Trade, the same in the south.
-', quet of H at The of this strronu of our colored citizens J. Robertson, Centreville, T>nD.; 'f .
the locating
t.o held on night! February company ;
While' there Is considerable
jet :Mrs.C 1. "Sherwood, 1 Benton Ilarboi School .
The Oraystone. To the members of here means much to Kisbimrac, and l !
the Village Improvement Society the these men rccognl/.e that at no distant. property on the -market a great deal I.: Mich.; Mrs. James T. Mitchell. Alva, Supplies
Board extends a special Invitation to dayour population will have so Increased has.changed hands within the past two Fla. ; Mrs'''. V. A Tiller, Chattanooga( .
accept its hospitality on that occasion, that land now selling at a few months, and lucky U the man who Teo; Mrs 0. L.. Wood, Ashevlle.N ,
purchases now while the prices are CMrs.; N. J. )Floyd Baltimore; '
and members of the Board are privileged dollars an acre will bring hundreds. AND TABLETS
low, for ground that will produce as
to bring the female members of This action on the part of these gen this Md.Taken r
abundantly around Kissimmee
their families provided they. pay the tlemen will cause other men of means as altogether the reception led
additional price. In our town and county to Invest. their will bring big money as soon as the all)) other events ever attempted in our r
outside world learns it. '
Mr* H. C. Stanford: was-delegated to money In enterprise, as well as it will There arequite.a number of. of large town of like.character, and will havea EXAMINATION TABLETS.
solicit fu&ds from the citizens for use cause those living In other states to tendency to still closer cement the
of the advertising committee and It la have confidence In our future sales have been on the sold tuple the and several week options which already exceptionally frlepdly feeling MADE ESPECIALLY FQR
past ,
hoped everyone can see their way clear ity to the extent of pro'Er- local'real existing between our home ladles ana
t to subscribe a liberal amount money in our land and our agents. .hope those whq seek Klsslnamee as a placeto .
The Initiation fee was reduced to II tries. up shortly reside during:: the time--when the ,
for the period of two weeks, in order cold blasts of the north make life ID

that all who jvUh may become mem- MONEY IM EGG PLANT FINETRISH POTATOES that section everything but pleasant.

hers, and a committee of three was appointed The Village Improvement Society
to tender application blank : desires the hearty cooperation: of every '
; i I si to the citizens generally Mr. Ira Weatherbee Uears $1,000 Are Grown by Mr. Thos. Van Duzer woman In town who has the Interest KissirnmoeOrugCompany- d A
l f Hi The Board then! adjourned to meet of Kisslmmee at heart and it is
on Monday night, February 8, when on Three-Quarters of an Acre. on His Place in This City. hoped that there will be a large increase -
the annual election. oT officers will take of membership at an early. date. "' VW "' ''''"'''' ''''''''''' '
place, and every member is urgentlyrequested There Is big' money to be made lo The editor of the Valley Gazette was :;,
be and take part celery, lettuce and Irish potatoes In the recipient on Wednesday of a bas-
in this important to present proceeding.. this section, but no vegetable has bet of Irish potatoes Jrom Mr. Thos. Bryan at Stetson University.; ..................................................- ..- 1"""_. "xr
yielded this season greater returns Van Duzer of this city. The seed from
than egg plant -which these potatoes grew was planted Hon. William Jennings Bryan will WHAT IT MEANS !
about the first of November which lecture in the splendid: auditorium Of ..
DREDGE KISSIMMK 1 Mr Ira Weatherbee, living on Billiard ,
Many plo dB not know wits. uk's CaPilai
h. Stetson University at DeLand. Florl. a & I. for QlRerene1 b.-
dispels the general belief that unless pltale
Island has and marketed aweea little
8 grown i 1& of or no capital Bud one with a t.1'II1I &
-, Ills three-quarters of an acre Of eggplant potatoes are put In the ground early da, on Saturday evening, February It'
Splendid Piece of Work on receiving therefor a little over enough to be-dug before cold weather Stb. The Stetson Lyceum Committee CAPITAL AND flURltU _
oes ,
Ia the fond that he
S proteoU depwllora from Ion, therefore the II
have been larger U the
thousand dollars and Mr. J. K. they will be a failure.. Tbese potatoes endeavoring for three yearsto ..
onci' { greater prateottou be depositor H. .. h.. a .; '.
Bonnet Flats. HI!Hard,his neighbor, has done equally which are of the Early Hose variety, secure Mr. Bryatr for a lec!..ore. Oeplal . ... .... . . .. ...ttItIIOW) ,
as well. will weigh at least a half pound each, One of the best known lyceum buMbua Surplus] fund of. .... .. ... .. ... ... itonono .. t
apt.Clay Johnson, Sr., commander Of course this has been an exceptional and are as tender as those no larger In the country has writtao' congratulate htockholdonlubllity; ... .. .. ...'somata .

rftbe\ steamer Llllle, acd this who has season for this vegetable, but than hen'a egg the Stetson Lecture Committeeon S A total of .. ... ..... . ... ...... .. .....111.110\I00\ .t'I
city to
\ Igated the waters from scouring him. The bureau says: '
D to say that tbe sum of one thousand Those who have experimented In Thuu me&Dltbet we meM lose ItUooo.oo before our depotltor. meld lose
\\e Okeecbobee and Fort Myers for dollars.. can be made on less than an potato growing in this section, and "We have been trying' for the past five 'neat. This proteeilon Ie for YQIJ. a.., ,
(bast twenty-two years, reports. that acre of ground: is almast unbelievable, those engaged la the same business in years to get Mr. Bryan here In Atlanta r
\ I United States dredge Kissimmee. especially when that t mount! is real. I other portions of the country who have \ and have used all the political STATE BANK OF KI'SSIMMEE

L\r\ command of Capt Will Knight tied from one crop alone when It Is looked over this field declare this to power of Georgia, from the. Governor ii --0_ I

hi jj 4 lust completed a splendid- piece of possible to grow at least two more if be the best locality in the state for the" down, but have been unable to do so." KI.MMK__ ......c::>_D"'I. .
wji j on Bonnet Flats.tthie oqt three crops from the same soil In production of that crop. As many as Mr. Bryan's friends all over central "
... place tbe river forks, making one vear's time. eighty barrels to tbe acre have been Florida. will be glad loran opportunity C. A.* CARBON JOHN 1C. UCBVioefraiildeut N. B. CARSON '
two separate streams one of which Others in this .locality have made 'dug here, and that, too with the use to hear him. The splendid audito- President Cuhler .

has been closed with a water-tight good money this season raising vegetables of-a very small amount of .fertilizer.Our \ : rium at Stetson seats. more than nine -,.....--.........................--.\.aN......_..............%. r5 {
dam, causing the water to rise about and indications point to a soil is unsurpassed In richness by'' hundred people. It is on the ground f4 e
four Inches In the channel used by this in the and door and has three wide double-door
any wholeoountry,
the boats. Captain Johnson thinks it coming large Increase fall. ,- acreage planted toes can be marketed here from as pota-ten exits- By opening the corridors Into XM0<>O0<>OC 00<>0<)OOO< (

will also retard the progress of the i - H' days to three weeks earlier than at I the main building eleven or twelve C. A. CARSON. J. A. ORANPORD.VleepMldent.. S. ... LUFFCR.
water above from failing, which will Card of Thanks. Hastings, it will not be at all surprising ,I, hundred people can be,, comfortably Pr.Nd...t. Seereterr.
permit the boats to ply to lower river / If a hundred acres are pot made to seated within easy hearing of the
point. a considerable length of time We wish tAv extend our heartfelt this fall I In this Imme- ipeaker. t
longer than would bare been possible. thanks to all tkosp) who BO. nobly diatevloinit6Messrs. ; --- General. aduU&lod CO cent% Reserved -
-had this work been done assisted In the search for our little
not seats can Im.hadJor 75 cents or
( __ u girl. Tbelr'uoUrlo& efforts and Kind Loll and --- ill. addressing Stetson University, KISSIMMEE LUMBER CQ.
Woodall who have-
"Capi>? iIa." words of sympathy can never be forgotten planted a truck garden on the land DeLand Florida. ,
Words to
are Inadequate express -
c :This sterling .drama will come to our gratitude. We pray they across the railroad from the passenger
J Kissimmee on Tuefdajr, February 2; may meet with similar kindness and depot, now have beans up and growing Vernon Warin? Dead. ; h..

and from the manner In which the sympathy in time of trouble. beautifully. In driving their well for Vernon Waring died In Lakeland
company producing it is spoken of by irrlgaUon thedrill broke and -could "
Sincerely, on Tuesday last After a long Illness, Rough and Dressed"
be .
not gotten Mr. Loll
Atbe it will Da-well worth seeing out. will, however -
press A. W..WigN! ,ND 1 AMILY.Capt. another and his remains were brought!: to this .
"Capltbla" is one of the most atnusIngxand begin/ well In a abort ,
city on Wednesday and,lald to rest in
Instructive dramas on tbe > F. P. King;, accompanledbyhlaalsterdalaw temporary? Rose Hill cemetery, quits a numberof '
boards, today and I,aplajr deTotd.of ,-Miss Hortenae Brack, people, including his two brother! Pine Lumber. :
all objectionable scene and shocking passed through Kissimmee Tuesday eration, using a gasoline engine and and their families, accompanying them ,
episodes. The company I I. a. strong. on their way to Tampa. Captain King .pump and getting water from the"big here. Vernon formerly. lived In Kisslmmee .. ..

one and the specialties are many- -- and bas been --visiting"" at Kissimmee ana ditch to the nortb/of their patch. and by his genial manners -, '.......
Narooosaee. and Miss Ilortense Is ro- made many.friends-who
toghpmewitshim lo spend two or c J.-R-Moor* ha. rented theDonegan ever regret r-
that death
cno busl-. : threftVeeks visiting relatives and takIog :- place from J;' W Miller and Is plaufIng again shaking: has his deprived always them of HOUSE BILLS -,,A :rSPEOIALTY I ,
of friendly ., . "": ,
: e i In Orlando. Monday' in the Fair. a large crop, spring-vegetables. band, .. ? I uy

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: DEFINITEmiTJAPOUCY Report of Vtt*C.inmlttae on en.era- iYANTOEOIIOIA- TRADE Expeniet ftr/jie. MODEL ,LIQUOR LICENSE :

Oliver .Acts Suggestion! By ,. .ten Sent lo Congrie. ', Y.a"WI Break' AlF G.ners. t I :
on \Washington U. C Roosevelt Jacksonville Fla., People Are . rm.r Asks for'Kegulatiort Not Prohibition The receivers of" the Seaboard .II '
National Board. tr, Wa Ulii6lon. D .Line" .
C. railroad In
baa'-traminn ted to congrtha Urging Naval S re. Bill. \Vhen4, Uncut of, Whiskey. NQrfolk.
Sam cast up his accounts tireparaiujy awarded contract s-for rolling stock .
lepuit &t Hie cOIIIUIIssl9n '.
: T61NdllEAStjTSEFf1CIENCY. of of conservntjcn HOMER JJDJNG FLORIDAT.l4W.rraJ.BJlrltJ. 10 .stocktaking after holiday WHAT .MA YOR. aggregating about $900OO.)
tlui national nOSE THINKS
; resources. the
........_ and began buelnoea for jlu The Chinese harbor 1 boat .Samstul
.He plves 11 iho jear _
: ..nendations;) ;; -Mad rBy*i1wi Nalio-i; d r"nt Of' "tlICl'"flI'1It':1nvent01'T't: sweeping: NtrU'Ut"detlgna-" ..siad] 1liv'tNay.1 .1-ri fomnnTTat> lie liad'. I,mostekpeu. Denounce Intf mpere.nco. 'lh* "Saloon el fred Clietipo two shots for fouling at ahe. British a wood. steam-"raft,""

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'tla Board Are DvsigneJ to. 111.111l'kcnrces" ever n\ado by any rut' Stores ,Traflic! From .labll.hmeD 4D-be "IU4a- -Loafarund
lila ,; of. ,_
.. 11011. hvery bnnclel' gcveinment- ecu tb..Unprnclpl.t. e"d.&j'1 "
: Help Soldiers. rtftommcndallun Is coruiiilly : the '
i' to Jacksonville.Vaslilnglon. . I and Dives. who.armlng; himself'wllu
: :> tho duly' v 4 JUdlda1 'K..per
; -- A-r SamstulIn
Washnton. C..AC the .r bi pro called :
#.i upon to the a .
altutalhe .or- -the"Blatant \ .dIb.jJw'1.wenj. A\ ,,, senbe. lido of -w foilna naval
: I.] lospectlon of year bo had from .the bill -prohibition as 4n ittcere and fallacious mandlng, officer and .tured' him over
Secretary Oliver unl'I / | Te-conune-ndii\ : "Inkr 130,1100": ; "bS H]>- (! nay rbaknitf to tlio(
. pioprlated to "lol''j/ vu. II'KII for adoption by a a1'I.rr lat n for 1h.threabrsneo- gave.way to a taklns ot Jba captain of tl gun.
eI1IttutAiathu work of
r on a nuiuliur of i ilWVjn HUM j ,, cis of .oat Robin. TJie Ja.,now, _
i )
Jacksonville government that have
made by t Ihe fill Ioiiii niMXiii i ; I the .comPlh"$lulI, Kliice I tI141'4Ie4CIlt_ >c<- Ciipearpd, b,'fore a Kubconimlflpo of 'beennamed.. Just sense .of the delegates to the'.necbud .being In'vellgat d.ccurence, / of
i I
., 'deslguoa lu lucli>a-i- tin' ct. |fiilc-ncy 1 port may bel..ved an onlyva (leiiujtlvo ; (lie t. roinnieroo qoinmlKt'KiiiV'f "'Ol. the compensation of the senators -' annual, conyintlon of tbe Nalon.1M"del the RoIn the British consul.

t It thb oiganlKed inlllilii, 'I Uo recomnioiiduiion : sur.Vor tin iialliiin/ .. IIIH K. ' .tl 1111'1'1111,<.'. Tile. l'lorldlaiia liAvo of the JTnlted States there wtil License Lieague upon question A serious} "no rent" campaign has
f for of i he I OpeiiliiK ullh di'tlaiitlJii >l .:al Tegnlatlnjj properly the liquor
J !' mil nou-com- be
( tor
"Ilia l.1 In iihlilnftlun for" Hometime 1 roititred the next 'eRr $611i i>,- trade, .' begun in Tlppeiary, Ireland, owlnj;
I-t (>/11("ei, n > i llio-aimy fgr : elutv( ol man lo )llilIl. un It 111th 3 knuiklnettloiiKl UtiO, and for the couiitiy. This census to tbe refusal
fi-r-llle of.nt mileage of
) ( they will al orejelvo the landlords of several
duI the Integrity pf mil Ion nniM i IltI. \13 l'II"KOII resulted i lu the of one ct
vvltli HIM" i.iMinUed rullltla )
y > : wUn IIIJruv'al
: inoiifuie. ( "letinllcw an odUlttcmal not Including estates to veil land lo the ten
no higher; I Iliad tin dulv ol 'li :1011' 1'1 8u1 J 11 < $1,000. thestrongest sets along -
appiovi'd. conditioned( upon thu, uUemcMit . ui *:
: | I ulikh 1-eie to at of Its I la ants under the act of
appear uuy )and ,
4 !.It"the "ijii Ktloii* of I Iho lie:: II iatHJII) to the i.i'Kt, the .," 'IUtt |I't.t"I. tlu> lietuJiiK' ,before Ias the senatfcommittee any wa)'. el the line of self goveipuient advance 1903. The judge tn IJlchase I Issuing decrees
to Ilif for tu tlic- IIUII.\.C'I| jlIllt'l! lii. land, foi I by tradesmen of any particular lu ,
( li
expense quurleitC Tit
pay I I I police will cost against
linVy ('. but I the MippoHVisof JTajiftol the people thlrty-sljt recalcitrant tenant*
-l I und K" the United
I' ,
Viutci States.
11 "enri i ex if Iho ('olln.II -
llthtr nieili.jilattendance ami 1 uim1luj .
I i he 1,11 ii&l4IIi1 Oil tho s-rpne. Slot $1:9.0. \i hilt they) _are, preserving the mid that. lhd landlord was making _
\ uiulIlllVf. Iho i' The resolutions with
iiiuiiinlilll'lllt lu which tilt were adopted
dxpcukea out of } )
thy ledi-ml itJ I I lie' \' I.i..n.. .. I!, n ...i..t I ( flht1"ol'u".I'' t.ualorl enthusiasm T> the several hun mlslake selling a
iiropihulon* for tho nittt! } -' ''' -- ' 1 &rea y
A bill sImilar i)4l14)btl1 liuiodiicc'd pay lw members of the lioubo would Involve lie( old iroOfblea
' : ; ;; :
1 was (1,11< e 1.10 l1i ,umend.Ulolu ...,,,... ( 1 lie' ii % nk 'iniiK of I he public To bSenator, 1 ullafeiro, In the p natev j of representatives for their services drEd delegates from all part* of th"Unled'Stales of evictions and all martyrdom to ten-
t Hie I liiijini I "IIIIKIof ,'onll I.\'ltllo.. I la vlv I I who are tho I .
t, for a second H'II"1; iupecllonn inApptovnl 1 i ( | l Iiitioductd In the -lioiiHo by Mr. there faust bo expended a total of alendlnj I I ants. The priests and tbe public generally
with' tho view to i"ift.iiiinou tIll< ', I'll lined I SI'I1"II/I.;! UK paohaKe I litx1" urgfd $2.\80iHiO.) and-fot mileage they will olvt'nt u. -I I ate suppoitlug the tenants
I 1111' lteu ' 'fillimUiod "II/ iiilnclpal address of
report IlcIlulIl \\ Obit the day
lie oiganl/.aUoii., in niaiiu' I 'in I 114."i
at both encU, of the on $154.000. and funds for
cDlIt&Vbhle 1j'cIVt adtII".nai strongly are raisIng
of lifiitltiK al loin' r(' was delivered by Major David A. Rosu
discipline tlnitliuitloin ul I the ri'souiii'H
uiiaillied .
iho It now president receiving their defense.
UeralInspertlan The
1.411(1140( for I- struggle
and I dclou' Hint t I In I tlieli I ,01 JrOv'dtK' i of Milwaukee. In him
'nilllllii\ ; tor'lI H.vHiein! of louuspondtfnc < oiiKtratioii I its .... purpose Is toxxll- $:'0.000 a jcar for his -trlces. .and Inlroducn& to be severeIn
4. e uchuoU 'for me 'niflitlu .ana our duul MjHtexi of (juvt-i: nnidin.btnte.iuid "4rt fiora SaMinnnh to J his omcll family Iii- ) President illinois of Ibl ('au'l.ed -
ac."kaunvlhe expenllh an to att'm'tbe
fedeiul bhuuld l hu biouttht, something of a sensation by staling 'el'rt Increasing
the i suoof imistH' iui militia Held one
j ''I the I lieinondouB naval maintain and Is made up
arUIJ..ryhl') ;-' > iliaikni annlin.1. Ii-ilJ I II Into I 'ii it t niotiloiiH i o ope-iutlon anil colInterBtste now Iwiiiillcd iluoufcli slol'ol the (]eorlalirnt. fallowsOne:: secretary $6,000; two al that among the wen who. {lied Hal number 'affinities and inaliemngr.
," been Infidelity a' thing be bhunned
oral al'Irol",11I1' Ions ll1bu"III" itib' tusliHant Invited to the convention were .
I | . , streIarlea $3,000 each; two both 1. "
r M I'C"OI1lI1l"I"III'! --- ; many, minis! i all of whom endorse husbanQa and wivEs, Senator -
; r. Ulivti illMapiiiu\I i Tlio 1 jiilnclpnl speaker liea1- oxecuflye; cleiliH one at $4,000 and Dennis
I- tlons for I ihe< nliounnii-. 1 imurd' MUST roST HAnS. wasV. M ToonieT 11'Ile' .. one at 47500, sixteen clerks and dooi- tlio purposes, and methods of the J. Harte -of New York la'
I Introduce .bill the :
a In
traveling cxn| HKM" of ullliciti. uf, I 1110 Commerce //11 foimerly of \Vaycroes, Ga. The keepers at..31.0ll( ; nine uiesseiigm, It'aguC but- said they Wfre afraid. tu It egs-
CommIssionModIfies latuie
hllIIll.lKUI.. !<'1\\ III .j-lxlni itw-tmi% Hun delegation- n chief 81ewul', to look the gas- collie US' they might be mluunde.- providing a t.W"UI..ye2' pen-
was Reprtsentativo
i Reguletions.4tl.lItllil 1ollauld] by af..r ally fdr such
; ill lllle iMiKtlie., in ou tout Unions \\' I'll.' I n i '. .- Ki'ntLluMnus! Frank Clark of the Jacksonville tronomlcal wants. of Presidentsfaintly. stood./ olense.
/ An
'We will con bed o absolutely said Increase In' the number of
duty at iltlu miiKeH:: on I Hiloiind) ll tikt'tThe' ( "al'hl.n. loborers etc., costIng .
1 / IIMIK! l h\ I tin liiteihluto" romI < Mr Hoso, that If prohibition la fact tllOOflCiI InS vvhlbhev Mill 'd eat"royed '
that aU/1 l"l'JIIl'III" me not uutlioiIxcd I approxImately( $lt D1OOO.() :
Interest l
r IU"I'I'C' cuiiiiiilsslon I uC'' n'c'ntect' I. shown
in uiodlllcalluQ '
.by lawAdoption Jtli- in this I t h..tnl In addition to lUlu fhe preiildent'tiPtahle LI'obl bJ Is ; If I operates' to promote: In Alabama, J'iolld'" and Georgia dur-
of ('Ill' and "i,II!.it 111,1IJla'' I Idle 'IIIIlr'm"IIIH lonmuitivltli| of the act 10 1"/011'1 j I! T lie n bi throughout amounts comes In for an extra appropriallou '\tl'ldlg of thu people.; I In IIIK the past e i monthl. au computed
t.IL. tin* 11I"IIhPI' le.sptiC, I lo Hjores% Industry If In.tlr It la elevating to society and with .any six months wen
needed well
identify VM.IIII is II .' UI'l.1 I; to neailv ( >0K)0) ) as as fh? executive I'e\ol"
of thu dial Iliu* of I tlu' > 1181 14)11:11, ,,,, 'II. 'in-' OfllILII4t4'K.|' lire 'lJIIII I'"nll'K $3iiM a ), -earfalANf Ilbiarv'. and, for.Iheso. purpoitesan Is bllt/clnl to humanity, then pi'action I reported bv' 'the 1'llet Slates Internal -'

el1'1111, ajipmv'

    I Ihui lluInu.' .' i II. 11111 t ." I 114/ I h \vlth the luw "ir niifjiiliiK. the I lawmakers hnve provided somellinoaconx asidehatever the result to vested I, Oa; Thl'" hlndl d and uh'lI.s..vt'niIci \

    t for the luloiition of t>iii li i liislMH' I lulUI. I iiii.itlon "gK".I.I bj the loinuili- White Star Liner Republic and Ital- in Iiandy, 1111"1'181' mlghl I be, vvhaievir loss felllU( vveie, dfKtroM-d In the a

    IOt.onmH..lllltoll lOt< an "IO\MIII| | (. slon.' Ian Liner Florida in : I' After the wants of the legislative It IIKhl produce all should bo na<"- I Ct states and about two thousand

    t ammunlt IUHI*. liinuU'Ii, '! i ,IB and I 'I 1 he 1"III11lluIIN.; ( III brief ipqu'ie! Nei4York ("lt>. -Tho palatial Colllon ocean !'Tianoli of our bUr government maihinPry I ihetl\ In tbe InteicKt of the genet ul I .aliens of vvhiblicv ..I""JEhllty

    t :I clips js ((1'1111 I 111,1"-' < (4Il(0ljIUtl)11. the "01111'.1111.' ,. I III I nffoid, to express "KlcMinslilp I) H..pullh' of the \\hitp Slur I IIJ'no. I aie iio\ldVd for and, the exciiitive weliitit 1. just UH the I buildings way I 1"1" lent of the stilU Uefctioved were
    I In Its njioit i lie 11111111111111I1111111 "''ill'l"' " K everv' I 1 """lIubl, oppoi'tiiiuIv wlilth vv as In Collisionvu\ t the.I taken inhe of, I must not b of I t to I the I ImlrTs I aiu and Itafliin h,' foi' that there anothei tin' '' the cpnrlagiullon But, IIllu ew furi.Ihh the bathtub
    I iHNlld HniU It ti-6nidud us MMgrtut liner off NdntuiKit, | gotten I I. mill Yorl wi
    t imiioi' 'taut t* Ihu I \hl.
    l of II jlojlnfle" iniliuiM |1'\1.' | \ ; uuirfd in tlie ffationti and 1 the sup tug to\\i) >d to (this I cit \ No lulled Stalls stIJ'.ml ('ourl In ordi not culjbliould) 1'1' ohlhl ion be idf Taft on lila I tilp to l'alhnflla It was

    :- loi ,Ihv. I lilted Stall. \Mlll'lIl'1I1.' ph lug: of: tlliH of tariffs 1>>' agiiits 10..1 I I'r iaikc-iii.ei| II UIu.ttaua.. .,. that Ill.' chlif ju and his UM'd us an e hlr ul Iolloailou. util muilu t-apt-clijiiy! I to an'o( ilIlltIdate Mr.?

    1 Iffoioiite', to II <.oinpleie." tiidlniillonof Hull'' will enahle'. .' H\H (-lilipei Id know r, ... In I'hi'__, _Hf._'.IJIl.u'hnl. 111.1.. t'l- I I II eight OlI'"'ho :me called upon questions of Jiive-hluieiit ( (upitnl, Taf. Erull" were mink to secure

    I of ( Uoi, I iHtw-tiii 1 thririnlir I in'in vJid ',Ill. zl&tallt. JUKI vliui lilly offi'rcaliii.nii ,i I II. The I H ."lbll.n" in low of I there' lo derldp 'the big legal questions of biiblnibb ]>rofltf, c-uii/ioj/ nu'iif of laborconsumption '1111 nib \orfoll \'I:. hit t1iei'ts-
    :' till' oiKiml/td luilni.i and u i om I nt I inav iii-l 1 I'htse tiles llulbtI iuo cijtur tu"-ham: and, the d..ielictdc'stiovtr I tho' da) iiiav be properl consldeied and markets for r..rl none to be had of I HIP reqtif red lafTacliv -

    I4 ((4 blued Ol KOii'-'allnti' ol. I ih, 11\ u biiiu.h I I.|> IH ""I1.h'1\1! all] tllllts 1 1O tht} |>]l1lRMI I 8"-1.' ( I to New In a financiala..\ the lawml.kel put products inunkljiiil, state'und frdeiallevefiue ' anile\\- \ 01 k wax. a|>;>ealed to.

    I t>' of the Hint Hn' (If Itt\ ni-e lO, II4"'T I thai. no i in I MI,ml'iMamlms I maarisi .\ turk 01 Inimd was j'lo"II.1 Captain I Soalln.with '. I tl.rin dOlt I at $13,Him( ' ale $12.500 I anil the man)' olher''I' The lull I ii to he In, lulled ou Ibo
    thl-s in.ut. I Ii. ovel' I llu. t ill, Iris. 1Ihc I tt-i' nmol I io pctlvelv I Then I are 29 no conn tiled wllll them, cruiser (
    % oral Oliver t-ald I Mint a loluiiLttr eievv' of lift Tho elr. In"cilIllbly :0..11 'al'olilf.
    v already uinUi 'on.ld1! lit\ Lull l hI> I Hit. lie until.. loinpllanei Is riiilleilnet ] ers was tuktn off \ lie iliiull ,'"url. the JudRci of which bhoullL'I In the balance in favor .-

    ; -1, gent-ral 'Half 1 lie lUll* III.. bo.iul: ixprptmrd lain I I thali July I. 1!tIIJ.A ) wlilch Hood b>' until' .-hit, Ure.hur bank benealli : receive $i,IIUO) E'u'h 84 district courl. o Ih. lemedy'Hut w 11nlioD.; -

    r l Its uii| >riMal of the 1'ill )1411(1. similar tndei" afffttliiK the Pull the wa\e with n salary of $R,011( for each of we cannot reject prohibition The. col.cloll 1'lbllalon' by

    J lug: hi: ioiniie...><, pio> ldliiti ft'i' au mldlllon I innn roinpan,' } and other *lt'pplin; oarinniiiniili The J'ioridu steamed slowly to New the- Judges; the dlnirlcl, court for Hawaii. as tinI ...m'di' unless ,1 can offer tlje Ll 111 of the c'nsus of dtatlstlcfe -

    J- of 1>IJ olIUelH to I ili, i siilir '$ I1IKO'a" Umeil. by the York. convoyed b\. the American liner $i.ooq' something better, and with the ihlnitInjf of stock of balel cotton In the

    I. .arlll)', and Hald Unit \the t innnl-V'' 1111.' ,iniiiltmlon I New York. These 11' ju,1 t a few' of IIP biggest '. ,: Ibo qll'r)' is, What shall it "'l! nltctt 'States, to be as

    ti. litla will malK* cnerv. itToit to bccure HtPlBLltuFTllSElllA: That there' 1'810811 of life items in I'ncle Sums expense nocount experience as the ofTHlfll bend VovemuH Fummall..d
    1\'n.l. December
    '. Its jiusBane lug the (' not U flI I Cr"l > ear to )'(1whih may be sale of a city of 400000 InhabliautH for 1 I. January 1

    In i Tctterlng State According to Reports some time 011101al after 'the aerrdent 10WI The 11 he t".e charges. Ina8mlch as 10 ten years an well as m)' o!>..erv.iUo>iof I and .Mai)lrxl. In addnjou to the cotton .

    .: 12,667,231 BILLS' (ilVMD.Census Received. in Washington nlielesH, whIch has hud his Crest trial account I. tnkrn of tide various ap the conduct of other largo dues, I report.i.sia prnpOKeii In a joint

    .. \\'II"hlllgll1l1.' ) I 1) C 1'rvtildentKniibc and proved its\ \I lIlly. brought the : l'ruprlRtoll that lI1a"r made l ii4 )- \"t suit dry. und tim study and iiietlftalloii resolution preipHJ< d I In I the house by

    Bureau. Report on the Cotton :, ,elI line transmitted lo COflgruas. news that' Mrs ICuKene L) rich of Hog. I OiiBioftj' I lime to time-for In \ : I have piosecuted lu gain 1 liif-enlatlw Leir of utb Carolina

    : Crop Issued. andV. 7. i I Maine, UK a $51,1".0.Illll I Ivor and bar- the information upon tho sulv "
    J of
    l | with Ills upptovtil, a letter fiom" Ion :1'011) LnngdOI. NI fuI(8 I
    .- \m-hlllglun\ l II I' Ilieuwee, K1 1'or bill 01 an $ ".( ' building to begin to bclluve i ldia
    beerelur I II.) hud boon and Mis. M MMtirptiy J'I.UU'I'ubllc I lnwlahn'
    ) cf :%>lil<' hoot, "axklng Ilia J1.d Jl1 1lllolallnl.
    _' 667.JJ1 ,; liil s if xittiil\ (..Tillcd bill similar "
    iunnnix or nioaaiires legulation la the remedy fo
    \\& 11(11 hurt; 'i !h,' KH. <.n fur t the appoint of UijjHl 'orl<.N. 1> and, I I I iti.i iiuiiii 1 Ih\vvullan -
    from tin jsmwili of 1'ms\ in Jimuar I In addition I llis theie '
    to nil lie
    ) ale I 'he following lilies were liiulv ho,
    suggested Is %
    nil-ill I of oniinisslon I of I time AmerHuns > nrli of Boston. injurtd It IllVashingiuu muklnu
    )' 16 lani u .ii"u-t i<'Uo'"i: ::.1 Ita!It.- I I LujL'n. I bin: cabinet' places I the head of whiihreielve bMa or Hoho .
    : I
    : four' > mi I II S fui
    to )-i) to Llheiia.:. nnd assist I that II\N lepoilrcl, furthe'r that 111Cmhers I II'II Ju < ouiTf h> torniienFOf'
    a year ago. Un (H .lIlI1; to tl<' ieiisusbuieati Jl 2ll'I: a vear for I the1tei'v: "- LlKiibe should never QI tin
    republic In Btimgtluulng Ita hold (III' of. the Florida ertw had met Granl'I. lon riot ii 11111hl .bb'
    rcpoit 1 l.o iipoit iciiinn i 14ev. their nistaiits $5.000 and
    to an nlrlJy peibon. i i iLicense lost I IIP 1
    I vvre a
    therolnh uf hPI
    half The inesident. ..lIlh. \ >1/1" unexd
    round as bale>, II lIlt < \lmhs llutors down the lino "
    should be
    n In |iln t mlut-i''ment of the : The bodies (,If the d.-ad and injured never granudto to the tiiIt'J 1 Slate- >.ai .
    It llliludeK :2!1n.'T! KHllul bale prpOBlMon.' I I I asks for an III)I opr.lul Ion I \\ transferred to the Hnitle. I'1 keepers' of Illegal places 01 to jmMiiis j. I tet'vi l"\v I tint although t fifteen >eais \
    tor 19..9 IS .o37 for i ItHI= .u.d !ftl,4\j\; '
    I ; $ O.t1iiO! for the iniviiunt of theojpenfeit -- --- LOUTD- A TEAPOT. "h< could pe; mil open or sec i el hail pai--ed' Kime .11 blued her au-
    ... sea Island bales for llttit.' and I MMUO lor ,
    of tile ,commission JEFF DAVI nOOY (tUARD gambling < tliarltv over dm kingdoa.1 to avert
    : for 190S. The total bales tuned in. How at Messina "\1tnois should be excluded from uvlaons bloodshed she
    Mr. Hoot that the coiHlftlon vet congresswill
    : ilys of I l"I..I..e
    1907 up to January HI was'179,19'J: Answers Last Roll and tales minors be J
    Cal-Wa to .
    Liberia In really serious. The forty prl.,1 Was Found. .sloul" home ..111alol for her \
    bales 3.S of
    4( representing percent oner In Wasnlngton. .' pichlblted. .. great financial lots.
    or nrty thousand .civilized: : Washington, D. C. It was by1'' a' '
    ; the crop that scar. and of tli .
    \ General"James
    descendants of colonluls. from 1 battered thellroperty of Mrs. ; ; chletelgnal-
    crop V3.3 IlCefltWs5 ginned JjyiJah1 Conf > of .lident' teapot ', Alta
    < tiled., '
    4 16: .* '- ....,'." ;')" 'l-11I'N! >t\\W'tjvM4v'f.rHa.* the II United "I States', ftnd (ecpeclally: .rto'eteral'1 'n.1nj 11',1. Clleney1: ,' wife of the'American"'consul' also 'said- that should" officer of tile States army:""-"- .
    ; uary Jefferson Ho
    Ua'lst' t the' lounger ,;;:MnJor : ,, V
    difficult to control the nllth'o' Irlbea. ) attMebslna, ftt .J.118 time ot, recjent George 8quii nnd'LleutenatiWi -:
    how Ixvlot, and ,
    ; The report sinned _.. -.. 'deoad'at chis' home in thi .city.-.Mr. not be allowed In a sa10D. ", < rVv'l: J'! Lahn .\
    -- -- --- earthquake Vnb of.,whom. lost their W ap'ptartd" before ",the sub1committee I; :
    number of
    t-lnnorlet. upeinted Cntiblewas ngeil 73 ears, and %. ,
    ( ) :
    L ""'
    hItdthOrConference.lilcagu. Wit'nlll
    t - pcctivel\ l h)' FtnltB as fnllo>\ << fl'K'1 a \ of Clniotte! .N. C. "h( lives that Stuart K. Lupldn vice consifl ,iEIulSLATORlMlCJD.1 ) ) 'f f fImnuno on ordnaneeandtortiflca-Y',
    I ,Alabama.. 1.:.1 T.2C.G I ami .i.4T7. (' 111.-"Ktep ihe child out.f lie resided( for lenIy-flte enrbMn l at Messina, HK'ceeded On the tlcnB. Gencinl Allen has asked- for'

    ArIsna. 931.541 andIII.:! .. I <. the fm'toi, \ This i wa.. .. I tire Coil- Cauble eiiln-tid with) the Confederate morning of the catastiophe In fixing. from Arrest Under South I5OO.OOO' \( with' "hl'h0\ carr on theaeronautic

    g-: Florida "!.57 and ::H. nn"us of 01 nlinn'in at i ilie oitnlngof | army when the war bqnll. the locution of the American consulate Carolina, Laws. I I the' signal corps

    t' Georgia, V51.T40\) nn.l 4 It.1CltllslI. the lift ii annual natloial ditld la He was tiaiuft'rrod from He ainn Columbia. S. C.-Uramed Immunity : Ferilte -

    \'. Kentuck81141 ;Ne w :Mexico. Inn,' coiifereni. The plight: of tho'' to 'he navy viudj of the .. In a letter 1 to the state dt'portw..nt.Ir. .. from arrest by the constitution of I jib i The "frccllon of a monument Innbhlnrfton

    1.77 aud 6.Lioulslaiia.. 1 1"01' thlld :Ito I Is taken. hurt school >'. whole he was a patternmaker % Lupton ajs that Immediately after state during the sessions' of the leg I' \\' to the monlory of Abraham '

    4G1I.i 3 and lT6: !*<<. Jo become'tilt? 8UI'\11| of pnivnto the aid machinist fJr two and a half the terribly shock he started rU i..lalur[ except on barges of felon... LI\ul1 la let-onlUlended In a

    I MlMloslnpl. 1.r>5ljC.'i; a ml 3,476 I, unnatural aiul iinliealthful surround II| .\I'ani. Near the close of the wa'r-he Ibo consulate or breachof tbe peace, Joshua W.I I '' iiltloltleelby Senator

    Mlimourl. S5.U! and 7-i. fiign of a ihiKl In I the factories of the became out' of Jefferson Dart body "t bal no( proceeded more than 50 Athle)', prominent as a member of Dick cif Ohio The monument I.J.rolldel. Is

    North Carolina. u>l. ;
    Oklahoma G12C1S and' 9=14. the boulh. \\eie all described by social captured In Irwin county. at the surrender In water up to my knees In .plAce the federal grand jury In session I great fame lila ner\Ue to humanity

    \ South Carolina 1 1.1 193..520: ) and 3.Z29 workers of national repute AS. an b)' the Yankees Cauble was where It sliould have "been eight Cet here on a peonage charge., c."onUnuec :I antI to his coimtiv and fittingly com-

    1 ) Tennessee 321:! ,677 Mid, ti4i 9.> argument for more legislative protec- I placed under arrest also and was above the waterlevel.. he sa) 8. "At to occupy bll'ae.t in the house. %1r. nieruoiatp 1 the /KiaixUur' of c."h.raler.

    ,' Tex... S.2S.426 and 4.14S. lion for chUdr_. r taken witnxPresldent Davis to \\oaii- the place where 1 supposed the consulate Ashley says not worried in the the nobility of life and epochmakingcareer
    ) j to lx there was nothing but a east tile action of the grand jury.atributng "
    : _. Vlr nla. 13.614 and 115. and thrown In prison. by .
    Didn't Like "Rebel Yell." Ingion heap of rulnJ. $Irql beams splintered the indictment to spite / ,
    Distribution of sea 1 Island cotton The
    > I He nlade a fine record as a soldier Italian relief fund of the
    wood, bricks aud stone in hapless of his Am.r
    n for 1908 by Slates Is: ,Florida. $4,007 Augusta Oa,.-The Taft banquet and'dld much for the south as a skill the work some enmte. lean Rod Cross Society baa passed
    not of
    confusion. 1 was sure Mr. Ashley Is perhaps twealthy
    .? I Ororgla 43,244.:! ; South ""Carolina. IS. 'here was a grand succpbs' John D. ed patternmaker In the navy jards. the $900000 'mark
    limbed the ruins
    and over member of the lower house
    Rockefeller; attended and was having and was proud of the honor of Being spot to. la the
    SOS.The reporting
    4 corrected ttalUtlcs of tile I. see If I could Und anythingfamiliar. and District AlornE'y Cochrane says naval appropriation -
    a rare old time until one of the the protector. i bill
    presiden' to I the house
    'L quantity of cotton\ rlnned thU season" i i Finally, I came across a teapot 10 is not in apprehensive the committeeon

    1 to January 1. are 12.465.298 bales.AMEB1UN gneifs" proceeded' to give the "rebel TAFT HAS SAILED.PresidentElect 'I, which I recognized: as property .hat be will attempt to _evade arrest, naval affaIrs' fixed the amount
    ei1 .
    --- ,- ) on any and all occasionsAt of Mrs. Cheney and, rememberlug nt't'd'd for the maintenance of the

    ROUGdLY TREATED.Naval I first the Standard Oil magnate Leaves 01. the Cruiser the where it had stood, FBEE PBESS IS NECESSAHY. naval ser\lce during the fiscal year .
    }laughed and )
    1 : I theltfcawt', poevUhand to bearings." 1910' at I135GB2.S68. as .
    North Carcflna. able|
    I omeers In Conflict with glanced ferociously at the man ( Charleston S. C.-After a round of I Senator Tlllman Alarmed at Posihb4l. with the $1 2,662,485. the compare
    theI .p
    I French Police Officers' I \\'ho ht'ed.d_ 1 lilni .not. entertainments by his friends In 75 BABIES IYt AWAY.' It of Success In Libel Cases. proprlal Ion.

    l Marseilles Fr.uf'e.-A of .-- ) D C.-Declaring that A
    ,- party Charleston Taft sailed "aabiUton. remonstrance against a turther'n'rt'ut'
    'American officers came Into conflict" Japanese Praise Roosevelt from Pe.ldent..let United Foundlings From New York DI.trb! '"no contemplate,- 'without' of the United States nary

    j with the police officers anSI one of the Toklo, .talllln.-.1ap.n Is singing the States cruiser .North Carolina for the ted in NewOrleans.New great alarm, the possibility of the signed by two bundled' and twenty-

    : Americans was taken to the police praises cf 1'iesldeiit, Roosevelt againas Isthmus of Panama I Orleans La.-A carload of president's success" In the Panama four clergymen of varIous denominations -

    A atatlon.. where. It Is alleged after a a result of his protest against the I Mr Taft bad no statement to make I babies was ,dl.lrlbute In New Or libel cases now being investigated In Boston Mas.. waa received

    .& I. violent scene. th6' officer was. .subjected . proposed anil.Japanese* leglslatlouIn regarding the conference which he leans. The precious freight came by the grand Jury In this city and] bv cOlglels. I Is the belief of the

    to''violent treatment! California Leading Japaneses believe told here with Senator Philander C. 1'from the New York Foundling and in New York. Senator Tlllmanof mlnlBIE'r that naval preparations

    ;- Rear Admiral alnwrUbt has pro- the president's second interference Knox and Frank H. Hitchcock both ,Orphan aslum Scre. of foster parents South Carolina. In a statement, sounded baTe grown so enormously as to be

    -- ;I tasted to the authorities against the will "bring to an end adverse leg. of who rrlted here. in response tu were at the station to a strong note of warning on the come a distressing burden upon tie .

    1 fl '"" T' LOtion' of the police, and the case islation" and that I It never, again will telegrams from Mt.. Taft. requesting I claim the little ones for whom they question the freedom of the Amer. richest .nations and an 'actual monace "*, >

    f1 Ill. \: will be .Inveatlgated. ,I be brought up. them to meet him In Charleston. had previously applied. - -tcftn press. to the peace of th. world. -i.

    -1t AN UUSUALEDDLNG.! I 1 iI I Last ot Criminal Havens. YELLOW SCARE IN CAL1FORM1A. f r. NEWSY.fABAGRAPHSr ' 'ASIIIMITOWSWORD1 1 Jaillta for Tbe ube senate! UB has* otjbe passed pension the bill, .jofflce per- ._'

    Girt Become. a BrSde by the Corps \\'. hln
    of Her !Father. ''ratification by the senate of an extradition Congressmen.Washtncton. England and Wales is a pauper.Is . By o"8 Morgan.. Taft Inaugurton of Mr.

    4 JC." York City.-.Marrted lu the ': treaty with Honduras, steps 1) C.-Whatever the the appalling fact brought out In nallmore. Md- Pierpont' Morgan . Senator. 8c."ot ..ot <'

    same room where lay her, fathers 1 i were taken to break up the last remaining Cahfornlans may.think of the the first three weeks of the old agepension / ba pee. I talned thc m..alurt'the usual explained that Itcon- *

    l body In a ('Omn. Miss Vatsy lllme, ot a" > him of persons who commit anese war war J.p law. In London the ratio Miss Virginia Lewis c.f Iro1810n for special
    chse'rrom ba etc' (10
    : Mount Vernon N. li'.. 1 ta now the crtaies In the I'nited States. been expos d.ret II houae. U Is an is one In fourteen and the figures sword 1'01 by Ueneral police and who the> pickpockets

    . bride of Francis M. Oliver ot Lon then this treaty Is iroUaimrd b)' thepresident exploded ballotrti. a worn>out device to fathered' tell such a story of nation- Washington when be resign occasion of olht'r come hereon

    don l nglaod. The bride s father. of tbe UnIted Stales extradition stimulate public support of the admInistratIOns I I al poverty that the government lt GGra commission as commani..r.ln.chl..r Inaugurations.

    I ; John C Helme an accountant wuasphyxiated ', of criminalwill be possibleutth naval pros ,[ believed to be in danger. More of the Continental army In 1874 Tho story of the striking "cQnolcf'alrll
    I ,.., at his home accidental all governments, tib._ world. Congressmen from California ram are : 500.000 personA have been found el. Mr Morgan will make a contribution of the Herman steel and Iron

    'It 17. according to the verdict. Judges' Salaries Increased.! claiming that the controversy between glble for old age pensions and it I of this historic relic to the Mount Imlu8lrdetelopeU' In the. face of n.t
    44 arrangements for the wedding \ this total within the ural ad\aniaxeB *
    -' state and President Roosevelt expected neat Vernon "lol.UoD IS told In a report
    were not halted. The same tululstviwaa [ 1 Washington, r>. c--Af er murn .dis 1ha("el the proposed anlh.pR. legislation , few .months will reach GOO.000. Figures Tbe price paid for the sword will of special Agent Charles M. Pepper.

    $t ?. la charge ot both th* funeral Cl5sl0SrthC senate voted that the alms at the .0vert'l1 power compiled within the last few not be divulged, although Its ,'au bv the bueaaofmsau.

    service and the wedding c tomprnsatlou of 1 the twent) .nine cli of that .state to ('Ontrl its domestic weeks give a population to Englandand may be determined from the fact mae( publc( lilt department of.

    'l i relatives who gathered lor we'' cult judce* be Increased from 97.0VO affairs and furthermore. Is a racial \\alea of 34.934.600. The numberof that a few )E'.r' ag the UnitedStates merce and labor An Increase from eom

    funeral wer. present at the sorrowtul i to J9.oOO, and that of elgb-t>-four district problem In :which .the sympathies: Of ji paupers I 1.709.436. while -2,109.- senate pled bill appropriating 7,000,0 tons In 1900. to 12000000

    wedding. r judges from 8.000 to $ .OOO. the south snoula D enl.te. ,i436' receive government aid. $25,00 I. purchase. ions In 1908 Is noted.

    iIp: 'FELUDVI1flL_ 'S. 1I : 299 Earthquake Shocks. WRECK, OF TUE I.UN. ,: places While of flirting public In amusement theaters and shou.d other TO BUIID TWO BATTLESHIPS. In Secretary of Agriculture Wilson fs

    ihoiough accord with
    Carrier.. Nation$ uet* no.til. Reptlol Rom. Italy -In the Curse of the Gov.rop- Kt'agoon-Bays That ItShould be tabooed according to Rev. S. B.I House Passes biljs tor Two MorsBattleships tion made to him by President th41'alcca.\V. 'D.

    r In Uonocn Mbtlo Hall.. : removal of the dead at Regglo the I Dexter of Aurora. III.. he auI Thompson of j
    Removed at
    44 B. One
    *. New Orleans
    : the cotton
    Loodou.. ba&1.l1d.-ulti. .....re11.: soldiers discovered a burvlvor whone I I nounced that if. may properly take Washington D C. -The bouao de pxchnnge for .
    deliver Washington D. C- o"ernor :Ma- I an, extension of the .
    Uon. wao la attempting to a i In where he
    faint breathing was the only sign place chnrh. declares on two battleships- !6.Ouj
    amrt.s-t lecture* uere., met ,.ltn arT o goon of tbe'proTI..IOna( 'g..v.cnment chte ft'ld force con.ulullol of American'
    : life He was I I lon Is of its harmfulness.. .by a vote of 160 to SO. The, .
    T* tooetll.-reception. Sue: waa peli'wtili dllIaye.. tak.u to a of Cuba 'In Ills annual report to lh j. His decision puce out a enasajeagaibsI. vote each reached after one of the cotton mid wi anything Ir 'bisowor ,7,

    .. . : . p g due of Item .sirlkln hospital. the doctors said such secretary of war. which .just '' Bnw. o bcutest w.debates held Ibis > to l'rOlOl8 such a mov-ement..7 '..
    Sunday during -
    % : Jaw la lies tuc*. From.Tb ;very-be- .- of comi1et* ...h.s.tInnipsI publc| brings to his attention amuaemnts.MsrrItecbnacook Representative Burton- ses The Bocretarysuggests. bow." rl Injf "
    me offered
    ; j.j.:1: .1jmnIni. : aiMllac. mautvalned I "staDe was ulpalele ot the U Ue'States Battle [ WeUesley .loD nameedlDeMs-pravi4iflg for one- battleshlp. otter to President Thompson Tlnat

    .dtorua .f boo &Dca bJs** He" mau- since I Maine In harbor and college. lias*.. i richer by J.OOO by and Representative FinUy- cf lb proposition shoulItt r

    ,/;4. '. .1".alnl ajtpaata" tcr-fatr ,pl cember 2*. baa registered tw : that the government take Boding a pal 'In a.oyster.. She* eyed an", making no attention ?
    ameldmeDt ap-
    4'. 1.JZt 'Jlra.r'l".V'OIa' waa oblIged to qt 'drtd4 sad alaety-nlae earth ao j"' steps to a mpUa its iW ithU.1 pebble and aye I 1I' preprlatOft of that ecrltmrva-snd labor whoa province '
    . ....:Jkaue.. .14T PO 1i FoI.cUQ*..' i nrftas* dT54 without farther & ,if' c01ty. ,< class, .)>ut noth were voted down. Is landin to Ilv""a.e foreignfleMs fo' e.' :,

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    , -I':'suppose her, life would i be'ttttempteaby "DIV ING'': FOR/ WATER] t.. -
    .a5iS"2Si.S2S. s::. anyone,, unless Indeed there are
    : \ I circumstances In her or your WITH TliE'UIVINlN'G ROD
    ) a' some
    jt"It .
    : -. '
    : \" I history'+with whch I am unacquainted [ A,yiitcli in'lime saves miner ,
    ID rn. believe be History Whleji'Is ,.n ddd and .
    \ eeeooooeaoc.eooeo . But I what may as .
    :; ; S i .Inttristl'ng a. ick'
    bitter as ber death to 15u"'that she Mingling' of pact Save many ? ..spelltry
    ;' m" % bus.gona.with her own free consent."And" and Fiction. .. '- ... ". '
    : : ; :: i the childHOREHOUND -
    .bmberft .
    : believe
    r @ i that I1'" can never I .
    ,0' "u I Lambert. ''S1e--the sweetest.hadl Cod has .- t"I
    .1'''" rled"". ? The divining along history LRD'SM
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    bvllI0'bedient-chnd- 1fii"niehee"1U'ei'
    Q ; Llfd'7 naro which" Is ..

    !' 4 ;' odd add.JnteregUng..mlnslln,..! ,.. !. :vot '
    "'"-"Eve i ior: "sald'tho d t "tt1\i14'W11.1,. fact and-fiction.* H baa -been, frequently SYRUP

    .; (k, By' MRS. ALEXANDER. a tinge of sadness referred 'to'In prose ,and

    l.' "Tha affair might have occurred In poetry; It has been treated as >t EVERY '''MOTHER .t
    CS"'ur-2-9-'cS25''r5252525'r! !.S'2 !. ;! aV ,
    ,; : .S'2.5'j.S -52,5 u25S saUl the conimls-
    " .. : ', -,- ---"---- --- \lnder'chloroform' myth I 'It bus been gravely discussedby should keep supplied with DalUrd's Horehound Syrup I she
    salre ,n A low, Submissive tone.. !.A eminent the ItIt
    : scientists, pictureshave
    wishes to Bare her children from aerloua sick epells. oon-
    ( -
    . i : CHAPTER:; 9, ally, "It is forty minutes' since I'noteddown 1 resolute, }* her been printed showing it In no thins absolutely nothing InJurloU8, doe not conaitipate.7 Good

    II)" :; Continued. your'description of your daughter i amending the etalrs"a; handkerchief : tion. persons !of the present for children n& well aa adults c ;,

    i:' said except and all egress. from Franco Is saturated, with chloroform sndd.ttiy day regard it as a superstition or asa A cough often\ Ioa4s to consumption and should bo checked
    ( : Little was to urge the i ... ..., rnlU101 1hI''' r"'ilprl I hey '
    tt to. until they her. .1'1' i relic of past ages: and yet many lmmodlatelpt'r
    driver greater j
    ; Lambert uttered a lost moan. helpless. She is carried through this I, others.!' as yciu state, still! believe( in ,.,
    reached tho, Rue de Jerusalem; where. Household
    I;T "'Vo must let them work their own 1 empty apartment, her dress changed Jt and use It for the dHcpvery ot'' Necessity "
    aft a. short parley with one or two '
    U c while she Is still Insensible. An Ire \..
    way: They know- what they are underground spring or. v
    officials l they admitted J. O. Smith Houston Texas writes "I hare
    tower ,
    'f' : ;
    .. to the presence of-the chief of the dettctlves about;; but the suspense almost intolerable repressible 'groan: from Glynn I KaJlard's Horehound Syrup'-ln'OTy family foe: the past

    .. a quiet;simple-looking, iron- ," said Glynn wuoso\ heart the chef de la surete look ct" him. . >I have brought; the subject to the. few years, and find It far superior to any other cough. t'

    1 with watchful eyes, and a was bursting with despair and remorse. "They carry) her downstairs, con- attention of eayai-al: persons! for whose I medicine wo havo tried.' Every housclipld should be

    .' q' gray man He listened I Why !lad. he not accepted tinued commlssalre.\ oplnlon.Jn euc'a.:: platters I have re- I supplied. with this worthy remedy. ,

    .clear.-penetratlng..wolce. i La''lDb rt'8 proposition? Had ho been "And then"," Interrupted the' concierge spect. Moat of these ridicule the I .or'Ch.lldl"Cn. ..Q l
    -attention to Delight
    with profound The .
    ; Elsie's betrothed this might not have shrilly "they are caught! How divining rod'-And regard 1 it as one of ;

    scarcely putting a ques- happened-! ,, can: any one'got out without calling the most I\1Jsut.ll.of human delusions.But COUGHS COLDS WHOOP1NQ
    "lion, only occasionally restraining tile ,
    made The drive to the Rue de L'Eveque) me?". =---:- several stoutly; .maintain Its al- CURES SORB THROAT. BRONCHIW- e "
    Lambert had evidently
    details. seemed endless; Lambert sat Immov- "Silence! .'' said M. Claude Impres- ue, and one died" from actual experlence I TIS AND ALL LUNq. TROUBLES.
    to master Ills terrl- '
    upreme able and speechless.! Arrived, the. sively. "Feel along the floor In that an Instancs !In which the rod I '
    .clearness, ; the vital necessity for chef ffe la surete proceeded }o examine ) corner beyond 1 the Mndow.. ." bent downward eo forcibly that the 1 PRICE 25c;? SOc, and $1.00

    giving' 'him a force' beyond the house carefully and to His subordinate obeyed, and dls- bark was torn from tile br nch. An' AVOID ALL SUBSTITUTES.

    himself- Iletened question tho -concierge a* tp; the tenants covered a .small square of chocolate, excellent well of water was obtained I
    While Glynn with ago- Jfn the rez-de-chausiee was tho a few crumbs of bread, and two pins. where this bending indicated the. -

    J ,'. nlzed keenness to the .recital, he nisi magaaln of a Patent Polish Stove Those last -were most carefully examined i spring. I Bollard, -Liniment Co.
    terrors of his
    heard the whispered
    t Company-on; the first etage an old I Th common form has always been .

    own hhrt. What horror had be- latfy"wlth her son aud daughter-ln- "They are English" said tho de forked ora a1'ed branch' of the : 500-502 North Second Street r. }
    delicate darling
    fallen tjro tender, law resided.._ "Persons of 'high coftslderatlon tective. "Buttbat Is easily accounted ,witch hazel although! other wood! .
    -- ,.wliom-he-!>* ?! To what hideous .
    wife that day -
    clerge. The second etage was vacAnt; in the abduction evidently partookof been employed. Some professors of
    plot had she fallen a victim?! M. Lambert occupied the third.: Then refreshment; 'nor Is l there any sign the art have varied the shape of the i iI .

    He scarcely knew how to restrain the came a professor of music Monsieurle I )leading to the supposition of violence. I, rod, using sometimes a straight twig :I 1 t

    wild Impulse to rush forth1in. hope- ..Capital Galllard, Maitre d'Armes The difficulty Is to discover how they with a small fork only at one end ;

    less blind pursuit and others I 1'I managed to leave the house. At what sometimes a straight stick curved by Sold and Recommended by '

    Having heart all particulars, M. Both Lambert and Glynn watched 1 hour did you lock the door and put pressure of the hands or even a stripof I. I,

    Claude* (the chief) took a sheet of with quivering interest the deliberate out your light last night?" to the metal or whalebone\ has been l For Sale at ROBERSON'S: DRUG STORE.IISSIMMEE .

    1 paper and demanded a description of minuteness of the examination first concierge.In used. ,

    the young lady. This was furnished of the concierge, then of the house It- reply to its questions she stated Many forma are still employed in

    I by both Lambert and Glynn, the latter self. The professor of music and the that the entrance door was always this country for locatlug minerals tic

    I eagerly addlag some characteristic maitre d'armes were out,so. M. Claude I locked at 10 o'clock, but that sho and deposits of oil. 1 i r

    details of which even the father contented himself for the (present by I herself often eat up till 11. Last Since Jt. has been so long and go i

    did not think. Claude then touched' asking some leading questions about night, feeling weary she went to bed extensively used and' therefore has :I k

    a bell and ordered the subordinate them. nt half-past 10. Before she slept the BO many advocates, to say' that It has :RIVER: ROUT] :
    the description
    who answered to telegraph Then ho and his attendant I bell rang and she pulled the cordon. no value would not be reasonable. I..

    at once to every seaport sairo ascended to 'commls-I !M. Lambert's voice said who wan Yrt every thoughtful person Is nprcssarlly f s,

    and frontier town In France, warning ment and questioned Madame \Vel>er there ajiJ bid! her goodnight Twice 8k<,ptl al. The rod succeedsIn BTEA.MEH LIILIB, STEAMER 1tPSEAD .

    't tho police de surcte in each place to and the bonne as to the smallest ie- I after entrance was demanded by-dif some hand and fails in others, Captain Clay Johnson, Sr. Captain Clay Johnson, Jr. ;1 it

    arrest any' person answering to'It. no .tolls concerning the missing girl; her ferent Inmates; then, after what even when carried above the same I' Regular veeltly trips to Basslnger .'.d return. Roseada.leaves Klislsa '

    matter who accompanied. character, her habits of life her I I seemed to her a long time some one place. It has turned strongly and' me* Tuesday morning and arrives nisslmmee Friday evening, .

    "Time has been lost already, said friends, her pursuits and finally asked I rang the bell, and waking completely yet failed when carried across the Special Charter Trips to Lake Okeeo"ubee and Fort Myere on the LJUI*

    the- Immovable; chief. "Still things for her last photograph. It. sent a slip distinctly heard Miss Lambert's same spot by the same person when Comfortable accommodation for passengers. Rates reasonable.The .

    are always discovered. Have the" sharp dart of angry pain through voice. She did not sleep again for blindfolded. It would be unscien- moat -picturesque Waterway In Florida .

    goodness to answer my questions. Glynn's heart to see the chef de la what seemed to her more than an tific to claim that (varying accordIng For Passenger and) Freight Rates apply to

    "Will you saybroke in Deering surete and his Rtde-de-camp coolly hour, during which all was profoundly to different' desires in different' ,. 't c, -"CLAX JOHNSON, SH.. Proprietor:, I
    with his superior air addressing examining the portrait which to him quiet. She always rose before 6, places) metals, 4urled. treasure, oil "
    shall bobappy On board "JJllle, Klsslmmee. n* !
    "that I *
    himself to Glynn. had a certain sanctity, to observe the and after lighting her fire to prepare water etc., .12 I rectly'cause the rod to i ./ ,.

    / to guarantee expenses. unmoved composure of the practiced tho coffee of monsieur her husbandX rotate for It can be easily proved 1 r .

    "Damn your 'money!" cried Lambert detectives in face of the father's despairing :she unlocked the great door and wentto >thOjt, the rod when placed on supports I .
    turning on him fiercely; "not a.penny oil metal wate'r W /aYhe.w/.q/w .. e.t .wal4 Mt
    anxiety, the professional Instinct fill her pall with water at a pump or-pivots over or:
    of It shall pay tor the recoveryof which lIupotdlnatea'hum'ah..ln-. which was In a court on which the does not change its position. The 1 fs4'Frantic

    my child." terest to the keen perception of possl- entrance opened at the far side of the explanation of the whple matter Is'' Endeavor Retards \ .

    "He doesn't know what he Is sayIng blo crime, the sleuth-hound scent fora street in order to wash the. passage. that the mental state of the expert

    P9or beggar" said Deering, In legitimate prey. 'I I "Can you see the chief entrance appears to affect the rod's movements, :

    an undertone, with contemptuouspity i From Lambert's abode they pro- from this cou'rt' rather than any mysterious; Influence. ; Jtchievemen

    and, an evil look .on his face. ceeded to the vacant etago. which the I "Cut yes certainly." -From "Natureaud Science," in .;

    ,"As I don't understand what Is going concierge In all the tearful yet de- "And the pump how Is it situ- St. Nicholas.

    on. I'll leave you." Ha left the llghtfu! excitement of such an extraordinary I' ated?" Germany Fast Outstripping Both England "

    bureau, and Glynn gave his undivided occurrence, threw open with i "About the centre." A New Tneorjr. I and United States in Industrial Field(

    'Nd, attention to the Interrogatories notIng eager xeal. "I shall Inspect It," said M. Claude. Absurd letters to" the newspaper

    "- with despair, which Increased It was almost the same as the Having carefully wrapped upthe are a source of great dlveralo"n..toth 1

    r; ''every moment the hopelessness of dwelling above and after looking' morsel off lace and ribbon the square reading public as' well as to,.the ; -'s-l" EJ: D,.. C. H. Park hurst..r+fr wti.M

    17 7 %. the search In face of: nearly twentyxjrour carefully through the empty rooms of chocolate and the two sins and writers. All that Is needed is a.ridiculous ./ ,

    Q" : honru start.. tbey'reached the. kitchen. The door placed them in an .inner pocket M. theory or question and a sobe ..... >ffSRICAN.;hustle Is putting 'Its ,blight upon everything thatUS

    . r;4S'f-., -. iXJThe distinct queries of the astute was fastened. Claude led the way downstairs to the carrying out of the same., "Is the x really .deserve to t-4 called substantial American process.

    '' '.l---:r.detective established. that Lambert 'Tlenacrled! the concierge, look- court mentioned by the concierge, followed world round'" has been propoundedwith Wee have recently} ] been Informed, by one who. has had exceptional

    \\1'.; _l .'I/x/had.,:/ / risen at his usual hour;"that on Ing rapidly through the keys she car by here Lambert and Olynn. great success. An' ingenious j opportunity; afrquajnt'hlruself: / ,",IUi the' facts that.
    ,.1.' ' receiving, hla coffee 'from the. bonne ried..."this Js strange I >do not re-r ? The court, which was like a well gentleman recently- wrote the follow. with all the crowding and prodding that distinguish the

    'he asked 'If mademoiselle had returned member locking the door and I have being surrounded by lofty houses Ing letter which' was not mailed because American schoolroom, there Is less to show for It than.Is''

    and finding she had not, remarked not been In here more than twice was exactly opposite the ellt.ran'e'; his .wife, who had not a' sense iccurcd by the more' steady and composed- dl-lpHne...... of,

    that doubtless she had danced since the day you looked at the and the pump, as stated, was in the of humor, declared that she would I '<;.<'1 nun Instruction ,

    ,well and late, so' It was better for apartment Monsieur Lambert, for centre, but with Its back toward 'the not see his name signed to such nonsense A German Ir never.In a hurry, but he does as GTE'

    /her to stay at Madame'.D'avllllers' for some friends who thought of comingto doorway, so that any one using the : American and does. It better and more'thoroughly and with less .wrench
    the night. He also Inquired It Celes-, "To the Editor of the Bugle: SirI to himself: other II ,
    Paris. handle to raise the water would nat- i, and to (>o\llo '..e' call him phlegmatic which means. t.

    tine, the bonne had takenxher youngJady'h While she spoke the commlssalre urally turn his or her face from it, have lately considered question properly understood that lie.I Is to etch a degree master"Of himself that be
    morning dress to Madame Da- blade of his to Can hot water quench Jlrfe\ ? I am of can cover In, the
    \ had thrust the penknifeInto especially as it was necessary a great deal of ground. without going all to pieces process

    ytalers', to which she replied'. theamrmatfve. the keyhole. "The, key is Inside watch the filling of whateter vessel the opinion that it cab! not. In "the I And whatever flings we have made at -Uei man: Inertness, we are"all prepared': -

    1 ," he said. was' placed below the spout. After first place, the temperature of the.. to say that Germany Is still to a connldei-ablo extent the world's schoolmaster

    t The concierge bad Heard the ball "It is impossible," cried the concierge looking carefully at the relative positions fluid Is so high that it must aid I in all matters of profound thought that Oei many Is rapidly overtaking. -Kng-(

    at Cbout 2 or half-past, had pulled of the door and the pump, M. rather than diminish that of the land and America la the field of Industrial: competition, and when It cornea to of VJ

    the cordon heard the door shut-It 'Go round by 1'escalalre de service Claude requested the concierge to All flame. In'the second place It Is well I a question of military genius>> and preparation. Ger any would quite likely: be1 ";
    ,. ", as'a heavy door-and recognized (back: stair) with madame" said M. a pall of water'as she was In the habitof known' that water from 'its very nature I able to whip all the rest of. Eyrope, '\ V''

    Mademoiselle Lambert's voice; -after Claude to his subordinate. "There dolpg. She obeyed; he'stood be- ascends in vapor as soon as' it But the most serious-feature of frenxled". American activity: is not that we }

    that' there wag no trace. a door leading thence to the kitchen hind liar during the operation and at comes in contact' with glowing c als. are not doing as good and solid work as Would be accomplished were, our'ac rJ

    "Have you any suspicion Had. Is there not" the end observed "The tugltlve.I Therefore, hot water will the sooner tivity of a less wearing aud distracting kind but that\ it i leaves the minds of! .J

    y .)our daughter any admirer to whom "But ye: certainly that will also I walked through the open door while turn to gaB and' In its upward flight the people !in that tumultuous condition that tends' to render, them In.ensibt.I

    you were averse?" be locked; :I have a passkey, how- you were pumping;; no force or chloroform take .with tt a draft of air, causinga to any influence except such as emanate from the field ot'material Interest, )

    'A d "No: certainly not." ever, for these enter doors.1 A few I could have been used." The chlmneyllke effect with referenceto and ambition. \.

    ; '"Certain you cannot be where a minutes of silence waiting, and voices i, concierge burst into tears. "Gentle the fret 'the flames will aspire the Thls"ls not a season when men .are deeply meditating/ It Is not a"season t

    young. !: lady Is In question," said VI. were heard within; then the door was men." continued the chef de la surete. more.And'in the last the Instance, the when men are praying. And that Is not simply because they are hvtoo much n nof

    'Claude with perfect cynicism. But opened by the concierge whose usually "I shall now proceed to Madame Da- action of the water temperature a hurry to think or pray. but because their strain and distraction lestrojr. c

    'is there no one toward whom your rosy face looked a yellowish vlllters', and remainder of my In- of higha which ttiat, although great is not so their capacity for reflection and devotion; and material results, all our'cq try '

    suspicion points? You spoke angrily white. "Bon Dieu!" she whispered, quince I wish to prosecute alone. Ms of the flame Itself 'Is a through, are being purchased at the expense of physical exhaustion, Intellett- ,

    .. :to the gentleman who has just gone 'the outside door was unlocked and Lambert, do me the.favor to call at .\soothing and pacifying one and nurses I tual confusion, moral debility and spiritualterfllty.. X, a
    the : blaze that
    ''put. here Is the key which opens both. In my office to-morrow morning atfiout enel'glesor'rne last and burn so fiercer. I Everybody deprecates this condition of things but everybody, or almost r

    i "There Is one man respecting whom this lock. I swear that the day before 10, and come unaccompanied." they longer all these things then, it everybody, gives way to It. We have acquired the habit of being In a hurry k.
    1 have some doubts, and that gentleman yesterday I locked the outside "And you can do more to-day?" Considering "
    1 no to that hot water must afd It has become-'a kind of< second nature with us to do aajjnuch. as we can do ,
    ,is his associate." Lambert proceeded door carefully; nor have I ascended asked poor Lambert. seems me and that Ignorant ser- naturally and then to add another stint to It and to hold our watch In our' t

    to describe Vincent with cpniderable this stair since." "I consider that we have .secured vant conflagration who accustomed to hands while we are doing it. The shortening' of the time by one hour for "

    jJ accuracy, adding that he "Let us examine this room carefully a clue. I feel sure of ftndlng your girls casual\ fires are from the kettle running a steamer from New York to Queenstown sends a thrill through Ike, '

    7 r bad more than once demanded the ," said the chef with a shade/of ad- daughter; if not Immediately at no should quench be accordingly warned. I am, {1 entire body of What we call -modern civilization. '-,> >"" -

    : Oiand''' of his daughter: bn> that the ditional gravity. distant date." ,
    ..:- sir Old Sub." Youth' Companion. Civilization Is one of jthe severest diseases.from which the race la.1ulrwf
    .r ';young lady herself was strongly. opposed The. search, was most thorough; "At no distant date," repeated the Ing. And the Irrationality of the slturftiori is evdenced by the fact that tWe\.>i

    to',,him.. every llttlp cupboard' every nook, father as the chef de la surete left Archaic Jewels For Horse Trapping feeling of the people geneally Is that the present pace Is a pace that kills and .
    '-- THere'Glynn. who had been listening the stove the oven, a.n old-box every the house, followed by the commlssalne. -
    ;, A very. valuable arehaeologlea+Tdls- the! severer the tension the less there Is to show for It in the way'of comfort
    with painful feverish nch of the dingy empty kitchen was "But in the meantime!-Ob, and satisfaction. In of hustle Heavenwere
    cover has been made by a native point and nervous perturbation
    the dialogue volunteered an account minutely scrottnized- present as- God, Glynn, how can I live on such a )
    to be York Philadelphia
    sportsman In the district of Kaza- lute New or almost any American clty--except, perhaps
    ::.. of his appearance at the ball on the sisting. Suddenly a speck of whiten rack and I don't know where to I be t'
    4 llnsk, in Central Asia.. -we should pray to sent somewhere else.
    previous night; of his endeavor to adark corner attracted Glynn's turn!" He found a snake 'In gold two feet 'I It ID not work, even hard work, that puts people out of sympathy with the
    persuade Mademoiselle Lambert to He picked It It was a morsel "It Is almost-unbearable. Can
    eyev up. you
    long and one Inch in circumference things that are finest and best. Work rationally Indulged In !Is a means ofgrace :,
    dance with him, and his avowed In of fine lace entangled' with a knot remember nothing that might serve kind
    presumably a torque; an arm band but frenzy Is a of interior cataclysm that knocks everything out
    of early that morning of the narrowest black velvet ribbon, to her
    tension leaving as a -ejue extraordinary disappearance -
    of place and niAoln and confuslqn. Christians
    3t gold over one Inch wide and 'set iqvolvcs unintelligible unproductive
    for Bordeaux. These details were"all from which dangled a broken end.; ?"
    with turquoise twenty-five gold In particular ought to set ,the example of reserving to themselves sufficient -
    carefully noted down. With a sickening sensation of horror "Nothing. If I don't find her I
    % drops, apparently part of a woman'sheaddress leisure and maintaining In their souls and atmosphere of Quiet to enable I
    Then M. Claude rising, said "Nowto and dread Glynn picked up this Infinitesimal have done with life."
    of the'm to often '
    and a little rod gold come into fellowship with God.
    view the house." He struck a bell yet eloquent suggestion of "I feel for you, Lambert from the I
    seven Inches long. I I The spirit of the times Is in t be respects bad. You know It. The enforced
    which stood beside Ws desk,, and a struggle and silently handed it' to bottom of my soul. I'd give all I '
    . Moet of the! things were, rescued and nervous 1)reSlUrQ..jL.II18&lit, 11a. so tar as. what ia heist.In. .,
    whilehe Instruction to M. Olsruder -' - know that: 'Elsie. Is eafet
    some- possessto'
    gave From the finder and handed to the"authorltles life and finest In the Individual soul. lihjMstlanlty rose In successful revolt' 5;
    the .officer'who .answered his summons "Ha!" exclaimed that functionary: you'll\ have Jin awful night of It.
    but all but three of the_gold against Paganism.; Now the temper of today's spirit In all this matter of
    he put on his gloves locked his gazing at It with some earnestness; Shall I stay with you?!
    drops bad been utilized to adorn his nervous hustle and conscienceless rush Is' pagan, as truly so as though It
    'desk and directed that a certain com- then he added: "Mademoiselle "I am best alone, returned Lambert -
    horse trappings. London Evening were being practised In old Borneo or Madagascar. And It Is for the church,'
    mlssaire should accompany him to :U.Lambert'a changed her toilet too hastily. looking sharply at him. "Ididn't
    Standard. and for Christians and for you to l lead off In an ol residence. "I suppose you "Good God! cried Lambert "she think you cared so much I C
    against this despotism of pagan frenzy and to settle own Into tbat rational
    wlJVwlsh to assist !In examination wore just cuch a velvet string as this Thank ye-I am best alone. Golf !Mntcli.On f '
    Mouse Stopped mode of life whose 'quietness shall In it something of the spirit of:
    .-of the premises" said M. Claude; through the lace:of her dress; I noticed To be Continued. yery carry "" ,
    golf near Jesus'. x
    :' A, / f'you may help to throw light on the It!'.'-and so had Glynn. With Klllermpnt course w}
    Held mouse Settled a
    r Glasgow a N.
    ease-! what bitterness he recalled his ad- .Inanity of Truth.I
    I match which had been curried to the
    "Of conrse I will go with you." miration of the creamy whiteness of do not know what I may appear
    ftreen'by In the
    nineteenth : getting
    t "And you will allow me to assist her neck contrasted with( the black I to the:' world; but tp myself I seem ; first
    Kay of the putt. The player at
    BO far as'Ltanj": urged Glynn; line surrounding It. "Do you-do to hive been only a boy playing on Advertise
    h.jght: his ball had struck, a dead \ in Your :Home Paper;
    I ,, .J>.'' "But .can nothing more be done ron think. she Is murdered?!" 'con- the sea shore, and diverting 'myselfin leaf,'but the mouse which' had been .
    ;-. 'P '.Tia more'rapid acUOIttake1\t.r; crf 'ex-
    Ai. .. 'partlally'stunnedr! wascaptured,
    e-- ;theTlereTfed7 lta
    b '- closed hand 'fall heavily 'on the i ''NO,. ;do'l1ot," aald'loI. Claude, ap*. whilst the great: ocean of: truth! the: players and dismissed.- Londot J .

    f? >table:: :'T me chef took out-bls watch, parent somewhat moved by the lay alf undiscovered before xne, --Sir jf
    Evening ._ .
    ,.. rlanoeul. at It.and-remarked" 'dramatlc- I,father" Intensemisery.. "I; ,do not Uoao Kewton. ? J: t t(- 1":1 -- .- ?; ,. J '. I --J
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    4 itif BURN TUBE.r L # FOR, THE GHIL-DFREN' H ' :

    Don''to8ee' our Line of Fancy'Silver .

    Rockers, all kinds. :book Cases, Sideboards) Chios Closets, DiningChairs.. We have a complete Line of Doll! Doll Carriages, Ro kin ,Horses, Drums;; -
    Pieces..* Vases Cups and Saucers, "
    fi ak"SuiteP',, Iron fieds. Bed Spin . ? FULL LINE. '. Balls, Air Gun JSxprSSs Wagons:!;; BIG .L-iNE-.OF'5\d.1JO; CENT- -

    W o. v Cake PlatesXBerry and Water Sets, GOODS. ALL MUST BE SOLD, "

    r .a '. ._ Salad Dishes )rtes They are beauties .

    i The. Most COmplete (Line of Crockery Ever BroughNto Kissur.rnee. # Complete Stock of Rugs find Matting at New .York Prices.

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    Our Line istheJLargest, l3est. : and Prettiest. Ever in Kissittiitiee! and are Marked Low.

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    3e Sold Regardless of Cost & Carried Over 'r'
    Everything' ac7 ** &. Nothing to .Be

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    I 1j fiJ I HAD I """ -------- ---" -.
    j [Fhe _:Kissimmce Valley Gazette, QUIT WORK I" .
    ,.,.... Groves
    Orange to
    3 f f - .-*- -- --- --- j I READY TO GIVE-.UP IN DESPAIR The Gray stone $ C A, CARSON, Pr..f...", N, C. ERYAN,9.cnhry.
    F1JJt I Restored Health :By VInol T H EIf ,

    Office in Valley Gazette Building. I "I was tick, run-downNaud finally KI88IMMEF. "FLA. i
    IJ $>CiO Small yrn\e, 14 Tuie ,of land, had to
    give up work. After! ,trying
    i KISSIMMEE. ORCEOLA COUNTY.FLA. flowing wrll, 4 liuv houses, at rail- Waters
    number of
    toad HtatiOII a remedies and several pby- On Lake Tohopekallga. I & Carson Grocery Co.

    ' W.-B. HARRIS, Editor and Prop'r. '1.'t3Two: small proves, about .!.KIDIIOPN. :( elciahs. 1 was Just about ready to..flye Hunting FlKhlotr, Shooting, I _
    JO) ',,,, dwelling"half U0 In despair. -I saw Vlaol dvertlBed ( .
    t'l 1.1' Y1 1 : t IIc land Bathing. Golf Tennis toque -_ --wboleKale end Detail Dealer li I -
    , 0 mile of tailioud station on creek, 3 and decided to try II it. V'1 ickOL, Clock Golf, Baseball, Ii .
    SUBSCRIPTION HATESOn .' miles from town near good cattle and U baa done more good for Trap Shooting.
    i I On.**copy copy..alx one montha'On year $1 (HI5n I'alllle.>| ,I me than all other means combined. It \ Terms,: 2.50 to tIJo: per rlayflto iGROCERIESi
    .cop".three months 26 91.KM; )-Gio\e in town with !;"> acres I baa built me up and restored roy *:il! per week.
    - of land splendid locution for poultry
    strength until I now feel
    All communk.tlon..reepl;; ; from our author- .and IMXH.H.WO twenty years! :
    .t' d ..... boo younger and am able to attend to my To Ou> .1 '
    cormpondenta moat signed by the wntcrHviectad ) --Old swept seedling grove of Ct) sJMend8.; ; i OVNtAolNT8 FOB "
    matter win not br returned unlearn work again a8 usual" Job meal the
    trees and 4H( ) new budded tires, 20 Jeavons. Come did try a at
    embed, for.KnterexJ acres of land, 1Q<1 under good wire 1038 Lind street Wheeling, W. Va hotel Single meals 50c: :21! HAY CRATES
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    .. at the Poatomoe Kliu.immee.Kl.. ., .. fence, ,> miles from town, half mile The reason Vinol is so successful In meal tickets !1.0. Rooms $1 1 per i Celebrated Fertilizers
    cond-olaa mall matter I from ttatiou.153.300Mo lIu'b cases la because It contains tonic day > x I GRAIN 1
    -, :1 : : > ben i lug trees :J unesot Iron and all of the streagtbeDlag I .. ETC.
    !land ubiiui l JM) tu'res In .pine and i Circular ad Prlcn .
    blood-making and V
    f, FridaV'nJJIIHryW.IUOH.' : cypress timber, adjoining tin-, oily of cod liver body-building oil, taut no Elements oil H. W. THURMAN, ::7F : Farrlsaed OR ...n,......
    Jlllli:! good land l for celery, li'uck- (
    Vljiol Is unexcelled as a strength t ,PlrOPRIRTO f .
    I jug/ and fai'nijnif
    It should lake theUlle. \ )length of +fl.l"'IIII') .\l>oiit. 1,;>Otl large ii\\'lel neei'llnir creator. for old people delicate children, :
    time to convict the Coopers as it did tires, splendid I condition, .V)) weak, run-down persons, and after I HIDES I F U lS WOOL : ,
    them to murder Carmack. acres hammock land, dwelling, burn, knesll-&nd Is the best known rem adr A aJa a aPa.ea atk rna i
    Irl'llallng"Ianl.. A fair season this edy for coughs colds and bronchllls rjVM. 1' ;

    Carrie Nation hall entered vaudc-i year ouulJt to give from ten to twelve We return your money If Vinol fails TILLER > $, Oo\a.ia.tr3r Produce & Spec 1 a.1 ty_ '
    thousand boxes of fruit to give satisfaction. ;
    r "II Ie. Having played to the galleries j I .UUN. ) ( ) Island of about :.XX: ) agree, .40 I $ ,
    I .
    for teD years she will now pI ay'Ior thetoughs. |' acres in bearing grace, I flowing! well, Real Estate Agency. > tt'a11 V\frrK-- ------ ----VaMMltitYfr.
    I dwelling, barn 2,500 pecan lives, in 4jI ........m.m a.N.NRealty ..m..... fll -- ,
    1 sight of court hoime Tins
    = -==-'--=---=-- = propeit
    s l The Kisslmmee Gazette; Is a high I i would cut up to good advantage for l! nI. 4 bought acid sold. WJ j .
    winter homes }Fine wafer protection\ Favorite Fertilizers
    class In and :' I Houses rented. .' ,
    weekly every respect an fur early fruit and tfender vegetable" 4 J
    ornament to the pr-s. of Florida. r tI| Taxes paid and Titles ver-, p,
    y Tampa Tribune. *" I' i 3 rfied for non-residents. t FOR CITRUS AND ALL OTHER CROPS.
    2 Fire, Life and Accident In- ?
    + i We are sorry to see such a splendrd J. M. WILLSON, JR. :surance. ',," I _

    paper as the Tampa Tribune devoting. KISSlMMEh:, F1OKIUA Nabedy
    80 much apace touch disgusting\ / .stuff can .. . FERTILIZER MATERIALSINSECTICIDES
    REAL ESTATE AMD 1NSUHANCKJ: I tblaa. To become s.per{ . 'fFRi ?'R 7r'Yrr'Rr'iF'iF4'Y'NOTICE' .

    as the Stirling- ---divorce-,- ---suit.- -- _____ ___ _____ u __ __ _,I maws to la apM.tln Produrtog the teeareapeWbla bet nower- t I - -

    A J>qyn_! Jacksonville shot and killed 'I. h.and.. teaeaprrn.nee.. ,I.sea a1 y rr Fertry ur I -
    6dr and r. the halIta , .
    his fattier one day last week. A few NIGHTS OF UNREST o MI.a.IntaDM.. rrwhM.. !lead o.r era lace I - pronett ur .\, .. "-FOR SALE2BY .
    more such occurrences and that city ,I II' Beer nee m regoesL AWr ws.prion. I '

    can lay claim to being the Chicago gftr 1.M.FIRT i CO., Omlilr,tarcx, f
    V i f >.-aouth. . ,IDOovernor Mo Sleep.Mo Rest Mo Peace for theSutterarFrollRKidaeYTroubtea.. BULLION BAR MINING I It J. M.. LEE. KISSIMMEE i

    Patterson of Tennessee No 'peace for1 the kidney sufferer' AGENT' FOR. .
    r made himself ridiculous 'when he vetoed < Pain and.distre.s from porn t.q night. |t', COMPANY STOCK .J ...$ '

    that prohibition bill but 'In do- ,_'Get up wlth'a lame back ,,.' Sanders Fertilizer Company;; JacksonvilleFla.;

    i log so he was.merely paying the debt .j jto day Twinges.. ,..Of backache. bother ,youi all Osceola CountyV i: for ..Ie-at less than olI4: ..tbird the price .... 118-1)'. : . . .'.., :

    !those who elected hIm., 1 Dull aching breaks your rest atni tht. ;I asked by the Comnanv. Especially I I --
    = I Urinary disorders add to jour mill Abstract low price on large blof-ka .

    red and His Mother-in-Law. err -, i Company Address" Hot) Milo, Cicala, Fla.j 1IC4". cl PaEa:4St 9 rcti' f fi4Cfel If1tt
    Get at the cause! --cine the kidneys. J
    t Mr. E. A. Gilbert has leased the Uoanrs l Kldnej Pills will work the j!, 1 j janl-4l
    S. H. BULLOCK. MEAGER. - -- - ------
    Dew I|cure. I
    Opera House, which will be com- I
    pleted in a few days, and has secured Thev'ie for the kidneys only- j I Heal estate NOTICE !
    for the opening! ht. Thursday Feb- : Have made greatcure* In Kissiiumee.
    Titles examined and
    'ruary' Charles Sellwln's large company I Mrs. R. Li Seaver, living;\ in thesouthern Taxe paid for non-residents reported on I I. W i m DUZOB ij -
    of Kissimmee Fla ,
    presenting "Peck and His '
    Instruments relating; to real estatecarefully To .reduce stock in order to make
    v V I' Mother-In-Law1 Abroad." I says: My back ached constantly, drawnCorrespondence, room for rny sum*r
    .This company comes highly recommended and as a result I was miserable. Every W stock of spring goods we wiilsellourentirelotof 1 Silk at
    and those who attend' can : time I Cooped or attempted to lift Solicited. r -
    : confidently expect a good show. '' anything my suffering was doubled. ] '
    r y Mr. Gilbert is one of our own cittxens. I could out rest at night' and in LhemorDlnli I 'I REAL ESTATE One-Half Original Price.
    k What little money he might i itnaktt ' felt. weary and languid. I 'F WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS'
    i ", \ in putting on shows In our ,I learned of the effeotlventss of Doan'' .
    w 1" .-. will be spent at home and Opera.House notcarried Kidney Pills in such cases and promp ,. Have you ne.v.1eiTted your Kidney? Have i i, if,
    von nervous and
    3 I ly procured a box from the Kissimmee .. your system ji Will sell Woolen Dress Goods at ACTUAL COST OR
    t" away as many managers do; oau> liuub: Kith tour kidneys and bladder? ",
    to be thrown 'to ,the -gay Lod iliad)' Drug-Co. VV They gave me relief I in a Have ton |.alua In lolnn. xlde,back, groin' and KISSIMMEE FLORIDA j j LESS for the next 50 days ror Cash Only. '
    short time, entirely baniahlng the bladder 'Hareou a flabby appearance of the
    at "Old :
    r Coney" during the sum aaoe, vwiwlnlly. under the eyeaf Too frequent
    mer. ,He deserve the moat liberal backache and regulating the action of 1 a drain i In pay urlui'T If ao;William Kidney Ht
    ,. patronage from our people, and there the kidney secretion" pill will 'itr you.-Al Oaeoola pharmacyDR. I
    > G. F. KKIBBS '
    hould turn out in force on the night I' For sale by all dealers.! Price 5<) I rieerk' H. C. STANFORD
    f 'of the 4th to help celebrate the occa- j cents. Fbater-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, -' ,
    irt 'Cr don of the opening of one of the hand-! New York, sole agents for the Unite : ATTORNBY-AT-LAW. .
    ;' oweat little playhouses in the state. States. E. F TAKERS,
    Office in the Court House-Kis-
    i" I Remember the name-Doun's-and I -
    .. i lake no other. DENTIST simmee.. Florida. -
    AT COST.: I 01)1evover Orlando :Bank and. Trust I -

    .. ,To ]My Friends' and Customers: - -r.--- --- -- ---", ..- C... Phone 73. With whom jvlll beasociated in the
    e \\f:' Please allow me at the beginning i I Clown: Hi edge: and Porceleaa: work a j trial of causes- the law firm of ONLY THE '
    t ]p't the glad new year to extend to you uiy, !SpecialtyN Massey &Warlow, of .
    sincere thanks for the
    i generous patge -
    I desirlnt'ny' services| Orlando
    ; have
    i11 you given me in Lbe past, :
    !t\\ S to solicit a continuance of the < should make arranirnieuK in ad- ..
    '" .tlr/the f iture. "1 I i A netu" JK. J. W. SIMPSON
    a f order to show my appreciation OUL.ANDO. FI.A Purest

    :'. /! r put favor I have decided to In-t -- --- DENTIST. Drugs -
    augur ate a 20 per cent discount sale, i

    ,e ..Jaollar,3Jflc"--rU'y beginning.. J'Apearyath"' and ending DR LE LIE W. WEEDDN Upstairs in Katz Building ... "
    per cent .
    t 'IJ a. m: LO 12 m.
    y.;. will be allowed on all CASH Specialist--Eve, Ear OFFICE ItoURSl
    f I:30 6:30
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    1. purchases where it does not brltg the p.
    is I price of the article purchased below I\ Nose and( Throat\ ..... Telephone No. 76 Jun 6, lyr ARE SOLD BV V Y.:
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    t, Wt.hingallaprosperousNewYear Very respectfully. I Private Hosoital. American NaTampa W. W. CARSON, D. D. S. j

    *'r I V CASH STORE, tional Bank Building DENTAL PARLORS

    jnt-lm T. H. LAWSON, Prop.. I t I _ ___ Florida. RIVERS BUILDING Osceola Pharmacy
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    Too Mack
    Lace. J. H. REDDITT..J Scientific Sp..klnaconsists ;

    iou'may feel as if vou ha<' one face i in punishment only! when a OFFICE HOURS ) 8 TO 12 PMO... I
    too many when you have neuralgia I EWE. L AND child l Is actually bad. Some mothers J TO 15--- uo -- 1
    .> i.Kwt' youT' Save the facer- ion may 'r think-that all crying badness. It'. -- -
    rated it, but get rid of the neuralgia byapplying WATCH REPP.IRER.r< not. When your baby cries, lock for Kissimmee' Wagon WorksOPPOSITE

    Bal lard's Snow Liniment, Call and see my Line of Watches / pins or some external cause; If you i
    finest thing in tbe world for rheumaSfi - can't tnd them give the baby'White's
    tls-m> neuiral8ia,' burns', cuts, scalds,, It Ct-ea-nVVermlfufft, aa the chances are CHRISTIAN CHURCH. ".
    + lame back and all pains. Soldby Any article of Jewelry Promptly Ordered it Is suffering from worms, which keep W. Ij. WIT" Under New Management, wi Thorough
    ,4. 't Zlobersoo'e' armaey. upon equest. it hungry and cross all the time. Experience and Up-to-Da(2"
    Edison Phonogaphs and Ilecoids. Pleasant to take-sure la ita action PHYSICIAN AND UROE6NRCBIOENCB Blacksmith, Wheelwright and Horseshoer. .
    Law.dry. Price 25 cents. 'Sold by Roberaon'a .
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    .*, ,..:? The agency, for the White, SLag r For Rent Pharmacy \ Orricm PHONB V!. FJ.OtUDA" All Kinds Blacksmith,,/ heelwriiht Work and Horseshoeing*1' *..t 1
    I or.Sale. {
    laundry Is at the ) Store, '
    now Home -- ---- -
    I PI'-:: ; PII.'IiSI a Specialty.
    PILES! J
    .J. stud II 7ou wishto have the boy cal Residential and fanning property o f HEALTH ANOIVITALITYMOTTSt ," : %
    'on you weekly( just;ring UP 154, and sixty acres, well fenced, at Hammock WilUama' Indian Pita Ointment Kill cmr* N..VINEPILLa1I. '
    \ yon will be put on our list, and called Grove; house fully furnished and la Bliml Bleeding! and lu-hlng pllaa. It abaorlib ALL WORK GUARANTEED TOs/
    Anmon. alloya iha Iteblogat Dace, aeU ai The great Iron sad lomr'reatoraure tor IU.D \TISFY.. _
    >i'I'!'-.on weekly. The work I. all done !In good order; outbuilding and farming; a ;ponlilo* locust roller. 1a . woknen prcxlare.utrcnith and tialltjr u_ --- -
    rt''J: l; !.D-.melellt' manner and, al. Tampa' Implements) flowing'artesian well. lodiau. Pile;Olnlmant I la prepared, for Pllva am buildi >,tb..yBt ni KBd renwwa the ao'mJY1lor : .Solicit Yo.r Trade .. T. / of the private rare. Hold only_by Uw Fx rate' Oaceola ..
    ,1"d lrIoe"--------- ; Apply to UK. DROUGHT :.eels r by fbamuiey or bY 0n -
    '' .. ; 0 Prinrmaev.tin and$1.00. tall$1 roe per box,I boz.> for V to. wilHnatYor Rital. ;.. _
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    t. Elegant Piano m- . !

    .. r j< : ; :hare Inaujguarate Uer the month of February7'a//

    " r Voting Contest in connection with our Piano Contest -

    n ?- Valued at350.00 will be given.'away-'duringthe for the most'popular person" In Ceolcounty, - '.oI!. ,

    "---: ""- '. '--"' mcnth-of:" th9"bersbri: ? holdirirY j n'er ii:y"""'?' -' '' ana" vilri' Iy -as a prize'to t one r ecetving tote 1 i-i-".... t i

    number est'nmfriber .votes"a, Silk Parasol ''wi' th' Sterling. .
    A ticket will be given with each,25-cent ._ _

    p CASH Silver I Handle or merchandise to the amount: -of. $5. "
    s."t purchase'entitling
    "; the holder to a chance at '
    . Beginning February 'let all piano certificates 4
    the piano. rJ'' Adcsi will be dated to keep '- I ,,:
    K--, .. ti ,+ ySdr so as account 'of those issued T

    :, The piano) will! .be- an absolutely' free gift: to A during that 'month, and votes will' be.allowed on a-\ t '

    .. a basis !of= one vote for each cent for purchases amount- '
    some otters my prices _are,_the_sameLjaa-before. tha!. __ in -to-25 cents and over '- : _

    : contest: and are as low-, or 'lower tha"n: the'same Qual- It is not necessary. that you purchase all\ of the

    ' ity'of goods can be purchased for elsewhere. o dsyou gelf. You can interest your .friends and .

    transfer their-certificates to you.. '
    Remember the terms' one chance with each .4; k..9 Announcement as to how the Vote stands will be "H

    __":. f- -- ..- __.25-centCASHpurchase- ._ __: made in the Valley\ Gazette. each week. ___ ._ ___ __ '
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    Thc Kissimmee Valleu Gazette !; Old papers for sale at the Valley St. John's Guild) will I meet at the SCHOOL BOARD PROCEEDINGS.KISSIMMEE ( Board of Public In tructlon'. W. J. The Jris ie t Mfu In/Town
    ) Gazette olllce. I home of Mrs W. J. S. Carr Tuesday Sears having filed his commission as
    -- -- -- For Bicycles, Shanibarger, Or- afternoon at 4 olclock \Alj_members .Superintendent of Public Instruction Is the one oho, always wears a frown '
    TELEPHONE NO. 11. : |Ian 9-St. are specially Invited to I be present. In and for said county, was elected Ts cross ana dlialrr e tJe-and IFshort
    --' --- -- FLA Jan. ti. '01). secretary of said board and sharp in-bls answers.' Nine cases
    1l 1 woolen dress goods at and be'I Lieut. Col and Mrs. W. E. Cadman The Hoard, of Pu bIle) Instruction met Them being further business out of ten It's not the poor fellow's I :
    PUBLISHEDUEVERY FRIDAY : 1 low cost foi-cash at Stanford's. |I came in from Narcoossee yesterday in regular session, there being present ; board adjourned' till next regular fault, it's his liver and dliresttoa! .that "

    -B*- I The Home Store are agents for the i and went up to Orlando and spent the W. C. Baoa, chairman; K. K Brown I meeting W. C. BASS, make him feel so .miserable--he can't ?f
    ,I White Star laundry. Phone 154. day.jrpturniDg on the afternoon train. and W. W. Chandler: also w. J. V.1.. HKAHS! Chairman hell) being dIsagreeabje. Are you ladanirer
    W IB.I4ARR1 t Mr. .1.1'. Lowrv of East Palestine Sears Superintendent. Superintendent of getting Into that condition' .
    Miss Mabel Parker went up to Orlando I .1
    ::.:=---=' -r-c-: : ==-- -- visit lelatlves Ohio has arrived in the city and wilLBpend Minutes of last regular session were Then start at once taking Uallard's I
    to yesterday ,
    OFFICIAL WEATHER REPORT. ,I ] the winter among us. He l Is a read and approved I'I'hr| above proceedings were crowded Herbina for, your liver-tbe safe, sun T'-M

    Aerate ternp.ntun for week ending Thura' I Horseshoeing' in the best and most :; ,guest of our magnificent tourist,.J lOtel l, I :Mrs\ 1\1. B. Gilberttrehattrer; !! "l.e"1 nut of last week's Issue by other and reliable vegetable regulator. Sold

    ..,. 3... ;i4. 1100. approved manner atI' Danu's. | The GraYBtone ._ IK)r ted as follows: inciter that could not lie held over, but bv Robersoq's Pharmacy.
    I 4-2t KlaaimnMM. Fla.. Jan !'I I, lXr! >. we hope such condition will not again .
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    I We can furnish fancy shapes andcolors I To the Hor mable Hoard of Publto' Instruction In . "" ;.
    ; Born, to Mr. and:! Mrs J. H. Smith, and for Oaeeola county: nr.-I Ko; ] .
    I M. I Yin II\r} \ In ice cream as well as in bulk. :
    I _ __ _
    on Friday, January 22nd'adaughter.Born :! Just the thing for weddings, receptions, Oaceotaeuunt I herewith tender for the my month report of Drcember.1905 an treaaurer of:

    --- I to Mi. and Mis W. Swindler etc. I .___ OflNKRAL FOND
    : = BCHOOL '

    Saturday.......,......_.._.. I 71 ate1< ,_"". :, \ ter., at Finny" Point, Sunday a daugh DAVIS & JORDAN, Orlando, Fla. I I To To amt balance reed from from laat State report Hank, loan 't.1110 aJ.1' OU 01 Dr. R. GoldsteinOPTIC Plant Wood's SeedsFor

    . I r. Charles Selwin abd his company, To amt .recd.from W J .Haara. sale book 10 46
    ., YdnddAy :I bl 9 .T Ma >41'' Mr W. (U. Hold n. a prominent real presenting' "Pt'Ck'aDd His Mother-In- I To amt reed from Tax rAl. U* polio**!. 117 Iii<- l<)> The : ,

    Tu..d.r Wed..1Q I 7H M estate man of SanforU, was In town Law Abroad will open the new Total 13A 1 aI: SPECIALIST
    'fr Opera House in Fraternal Hall t>n j Garden 6 Farm. 4!
    .Tburaday fib Monday. I brVH >l "ai ranu. a per lilt u.tII T>9 ; ,
    -- Thursday evening, February 4. Don'tmiss ,
    Have your noises shod at J. JDann' ii I By balance f 1N6'7 Thirty years IB business!, withasteadily
    --- ------- ". Satisfaction guaranteed or I SCHOOL BUBt-DlBT No.2. '
    Mr. C. C. frown of !Intone; Ala, .... trade Tsry x3'yearuntil
    N N'N1ANN no pay. 4-2t '-lo "Irals > from last report 1 2A4 It have
    Is spending' some time in this city Mr. To amt recd from tax col, taxe. ll.' :lit we today one ;
    Frank Vans Agnew is having one Brown Is largely! interested in Osceo-I of the largest, businesses in seeds f
    fIUD. thousand peach trees set out on Paradise la county!: lands, and regards the ru-J i j I :lOG) ou la this co'\mtl7--1a the best-of- '
    11W LOCAL lint 1* 00
    t J Island ture of this section as exceedingly' By paid- warrant a. per evidence as to ,v.

    Balance 291 '110
    About 125 orpirge trees for sale at promls'ng | . ??tie Superior Qualityof
    k .j O >J HUB DUT NO
    Mrs Ellen 13. Flunimvr's grove. on The manv friends of Mr. and Mrs. i 1'0: )where from lot report 14 M I ITo OF TAMPA
    Main slieet. M: Thos. Van Duzer will be pleased to \ amt re from Tax Cwl, ta"... 790! WoodSeeds.. 3.W. 3.

    Wade the Tuner. Orlando. See "Peck and His Mother-In-Law" learn that they'are rapidly recoveringfrom Balance if -'290 Will be in Kissimmeefrom MONDAY. a >r* headquarters for
    the House Thursday the spell of sickness which has,. ft pooL HI'B DIsT NO. 4
    at new Opera, ,
    Dwellings, for rent apply to M. February 4. kept them cooUned '.0 their beds for 'I| TObl.nrefrom,at renort I Ala MARCH 1 TO SATURDAY MARCUS Grass and Clover Seeds,
    Tiller. some weeks Toast reed from Tax Collector 2 :tyBy '
    We now have in st oca as plendid '' Seed Potatoes. Seed Oats,
    for the grand parade--next I II Just opened A llortment'of '' balance :TOKTATCalD THE INN
    Watch line of both pound and box stationery up large ..... Cow Peas.Soja Deans and
    Friday.See I ,-Kissimmee Drug Co. the newest styles and patterns in rune:
    All in'' To balance from last reoort . 1 MS: 21 .u Farm Seeds.
    Stanford Co.'8 beautiful selling Mat lines grades and ranging - Eyes: examined and:! glasses/ Bc\lrlfti-\ ( s
    Gel our prices atifl see the goods before ricfl from 2O to 65 cents. Remember, ;* MBS ... B GILBERT,
    at half price. Investing' you cash we lav it, when bought for cash. The i County Treaailrar.Paid flcally adjuHted Don't neirlect your Wood's Dtrsotlptlvs Catslos/

    Mr. C. J;;. Ennis came in from Nar H. ('. STANFORD Co. Home Store. warrants In the sum or3254.G9 children's the most useful and Taluabla of, .
    and spent the day Tuesday:! were cancelled In open session. eyes. Garden and Farm seed OatJofa
    coossee The Genuine
    Ohio Steam Cooker
    Mrs. C. T Fleralnir of Philadelphiais in I Hills were approved and warrants All eye troubles, nervousnesk and mailed free pa request
    Restaurant and fixtures two sizes, cap now be had at the Home
    For Sale- The and
    registered at
    Graystone, issued as follows:
    Apply to Hour. IVEY.r will spend some weeks here. Store. where the agency has been headaches relieved. T. w. WOOD t SINS
    -., placed for this entire county. Prices W i 8 are. Mlary aupt 11\ 00WCBa.aMBPI ,
    Lace, curtains and figured lawns at .i., be same the Consultation and examination free. ..-.... Richmond, v.'
    to at
    ; factory.
    : Turley and wife of Litchlield, you as : B: llrown. M BPI .. ... jg
    cut prices at Stanford's.Clarence __ 111., have arrived to spend a few weeks! ; can and examine them. W W Chand"'.. M B P IValley .. . . ....". : I .Office liourst 4J lI'.tn. to 4 u. m.
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    Mrs B coma
    Alderman of Bassloger! enjoying our balmy climate.Mr I Mr. Jas. Lee of Bel Air, Ma., was Oaaett printing.. ...; ...:", 5 UO"IMRlAake' ... .
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    d" visited |In Kfseimmeethis week, i in town last, Saturday and Sunday.Mr. .. ". 3 alb CO4ft / - --- -
    C. R. of is "
    "'' ; !i Wanted'.-A tailor, stones Apply to Lee Georgia spend Lee has a winter residence at De- K TempMtoflxraJ .y .. .., I. ,y OU4O .IH ,1t8cti.acrI&J
    log some time here the guest of hisbrotherinlaw. HSteffeeMisa NiAc> rElrrecu8r ,14su&res* imiiAxaakHOLIDAY. "" '"
    } ilf..0;1a&t; : i . M., SAUCER & SON Land, to which place he was returning! WGibert .'" -N 1 ',- ." "e II 40 00
    K.L1ndsey, . 1 , r
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    -,."" ,,,. -> from Lakeside Groves where he Is In- Mua B WaldranK .' l 10Miaa 41i OU4OOO
    "For'Sale Cheap-Good pony mare, J Lone .al. teacher!: achl.. N'i! i M :
    Mr. Thos. Wilson, the railroad mag- terested with !Mr. R. D. Fuller in fruit 80 00
    Apply to JOHN FLOYD.If Pearl Smith .. .. ,
    rate! and Col. C. C Whittaker of rowing.; P U Bollard .. 1. .. pal 40 00
    you want your house papered oraj ITarnoa! were Saturday Dr. Jno. K.1: Ennls was in from Nar DeW. Alderman _'her achlteachar :JMt 6O 40 00 00
    neat sign made see Geo. A. Gilbert tf greeting his Heads last A R Roebuck .. Oil I k
    i coossee many Mien L, Koper .. achl :18: 86
    I E. A. Gilbert has leased the new
    op- 4:1: 10 00
    . : lGROCERIES
    Saturday. The: Doctor is an enthus1estlc !- DeW. AldermanA Dub dDt
    Mrs. J P Fox of Tampa house, and already has several IO IKI'rflO.
    ej>a member of the "Boosters'Club R Roebuck aub diet 4' .. ::18
    guest of Mra. H C, Stanford this i}) good' attractions booked for the present Mlea L Koper / ub. diat 4.. ..211 1
    falls when the "
    week. and never opportunity Mlea C "orriaon .. 29 9600!
    season presents to put a good word in for our MIN N WatherbeeP .. t '_.0 .16: 00S6
    Mr. Van Horne, of Nebraska, is G. L. Wood:! and wife of Asheville, town and county. C Belknap .. .. ,. 4Ii 411) 840'leMt. '

    I here on a visit to his old friend. John N. C., are soending some time here The steamer Juanlta went out Monday John M Lioftin.Pratb.r Mauling pupili Schl 28, anbH -

    I ohnston. and are comfortably located at the under charter by a party of sports dtat + 700
    :y '* puptla achool lit sub
    1: and his son home of Col! J. L. Moon men from Lexington Ky. who alker. hauling .. 14 10 '
    Mr. John F. Parker ; expect dll No 4 Also Everything Necessary for
    I Bob of Fort Drum, have been In town to be gone about. week or ten days. F E! (oilier haulln puplla shoal, :JH! '
    We have another secondhand Or- sub dta No 4 ... .. 1 00noooo _
    The gentlemen the
    f' this. week. gao for sale. It is In !good condition, comprising party 31 Katz, traaanrer. for School Jl :
    will be sold for C20.00. Call had been stopping at The Graystone M Kate ..' .. .. 600 00 making Fruit Cake.LR.
    I down and
    Col. P. A. Vans Agnew went .. .... . 1000 00 .
    , for a few days and are as follows: K. Katlt ... .. .
    down to Loughman or legal business quickly. HOME STORK.: H. Wilson. Dr. D Barrow, Dr. Wool- .. ICatlt 0# ... 1un00tab )(
    Ii Bank of K-lealm.11. moaBtata . .1000 ouuo
    last night R. F. Waldrop of Be..emerAla., folk' Barrow Dr. T. H. Kinnard andC.'o.ter mat e moa.... oo 1
    of regular winter visitors, Helm.I 1 Mm Carrie; V Bearden rent School 1 to
    For the finest and best one our art
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    , call on the old reliable shoe dealers, rived in the city Saturday: and is registered have secured the services of a I Mra J..l.-M F Sears rant School to Jan I. 1 W S. Floyd &CoJ' I

    ,Y Stanford Co. at the Park Hotel. blacksmith and borseshoer. who has' 1 M wu1i. Jr. rant and Inaaranea 1
    40 no
    POD't fail to see the boys neat: Friday Just Arrlyed':"The most uptodateline had years of experience in some of the Stanford Cereoa Qiavaa.Ua; auppltearVatera 4 71V I
    r night. Reserved seats on sale at of wall paper samples ever shownin largest cities of the South and is athorough ,' Canon..Co.:: auppltea .. W ,
    Drug Co. Klssimmee See Geo. A. Gilbert.Special workman in every respect. luppbea 18 03wJB.niaeideataY,1meansfreytbi -T- ay jaja ay_
    Klssimntae a 7B
    Let him shoe if ..
    horse and It
    attention to out of town
    labor acbool No,SS 76
    Q T ChandloJ.
    FOBSali- Lake front property Isn't done satisfactorily it costs \
    ders. you W B Haklnavn Co. rent achool No. 1 toMra
    known:as Qlieeetpbe Ship Yards. nothing. J. J DANN. ... I. 1000 .
    dec 18-tf O. W. WARD. There is a rare treat In store for 4-2t : M B Gllbwt com,tr..s sub alai I: 2 2O i
    , those in Kissimmee who love birds Mra M B Filbert com treaa sub dlaMra '. Alt THE '
    Use Plank's Caill Tonic. Guaran Don't neglect your eyel. If you suffer M It Ollbert,com traai aob diat 1 rr I "
    all and want them protected from wanton j with headache, neuralgia or defective K Laraona .labor achool. 12.rob diet 2. ft 00 /

    teed. Price. 26 cents. Sold UI17-8 by slaughter Next week we hope to give sight, 'call at office In Redditt's Collier havingslopped !
    druggists my Mr. F. E.
    the particulars. Jewelry store and have your eyes examined baulibll( children to Bassioger No. 28, UNITED TOTES JEHLTH JDD; :i

    Stove wood delivered. in town at FOR 8ALB-One Jersey"cow by Sultan free. I have the necessary ap- the board agreed to (five J. H. Walker flCCIDEJJ q _

    1.00 per strand.16tf of St. Cloud, and her heifer byChancellor testing the eves in the most 118 oer month, provided he bauled the 1
    ,. .KISSIMMEK LUMBER of Runnymede. Guaranteed improved and up-to-date manner, and children of Mr. Kite Alderman. I.

    ... D. 1'1.' Floyd has secured a lot of sound and in perfect health. have many satisfied customers among The term of office of Mr. W. W. INSU.RANCE COMPANY, -'i; : '' '
    , thoroughbred Rhode Island Red clrlckQS P. A. VANS AGNEW, Agent. the best people In Kh im'mee. Chandler havlnfliexplred, upon motionof 't ., ; '''

    P. G. WHITE.Mr. seconded by ., .' .t,, 'f\\ _
    and will sell settings of 17 eggs I The attention of voters is called to Superintendent Searsj I' -:-9 P ' ,
    from tnem for SI. > the fact that In order to qualify to vote J. A. Cranford of Jacksonville, K. 1'-;. Brown, the board thanked, Mr. I 19J
    i one of the best, known naval stores Chandler for the faithful and efficient I SAG I HAW : K/IIOMJjSAIN I '
    Friday evening, February 5, at the in the town election poll taxes must! be his J I ,
    in which he had performed ,
    : in Florida and enthusiastic be- manner .
    men an
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    min- the second In .
    prior to '
    home talent paid Saturday '
    new Opera House, a 1
    duties and because of the
    liever in Klssimmee'a future h&rmoniousl
    _ strel show.. Proceed. to go to the. February.Mr. greatness, I ..J'J
    I was here last Saturday an interested manner that he and the other : -. sal l
    .Baraca building fund. J. J. Marshal of Beaver Falls, party ID the organization of the of the board had worked together expressed -
    I best Health and Accident Insurance Policies for the rich ..nd' poor fid II
    The r :
    tbe their regrets upon his decision ;
    from Ashtoo Turpentine Mr.
    Get your school supplies Pa came down:! on Saturday last and Company,' |
    I the OLD W. 8. AND ACCIDENT
    those issued by HEALTH 1NSUR.uti
    Cranford thinks have to retire. are .f
    Ki..lmmBe'Drull Company. They will remain during the balance)! of the we the best section I
    carry a full line and If they haven" winter. He is making his home at the \ of country here in the stse, end There being DO further business !ANCE CO., according to the opinions of the finest. legal and Jbank talent of ,
    what you want, will order it for you. Park Hotel. 1'1 i proving his faith by investing board adjourned. W. C. BASS, S\\1 the country. Tbe indemnities are larger the principal sum larger, and UM <$M
    largely in the naval tol'eb'lI.ud lumber W. J, SEARS ChaJrman promptness with which this Company pays. its claims commends it to all
    Singer Setting Machines, and also LOCAL, AGENT!: WANTED-A northern business. Superintendent.Klssimmee I classes. t' ;
    .Wheeler & Wilson's, and all machine commission house wants a reliable -'" Our INDUSTRIAL HEALTH AND ACCIDENT POLICIES partlou- ''r y

    supplies for sale at the Home Store and hustling agent in this territory to Cures Blood, Skin Diseases Eczema : Fla., Jan. 6th, 1WW 1 lady attractive to the man who does manual labor. The premiums are small
    Cash: or installments: Everybody ca i4>soUcit consignments of fruits and veg -Greatest Blood Purifier Free The members of the Board of Public and parable monthly The indemnities are In proportion to the premiums t

    afford. to. buy a machine. etables. For particulars address/ E. If blood is impure, thin, dis Instruction in and for Osceola county, paid, ranging in weekly or monthly installments from, 925 to 'TO per month'

    -Pasteur's Venomous. Serum Is .Germain Orlando, Fla. 7 eaRe lour, or, full of humors, If you Florida, on the 3rd day of November. j "

    - a sure cure for( snakebite Hunting -M-r. -and Mrs.; -\V. C'A... McCooF and have blood poi.oncancer.carbuncleseating ; AD.. 1U08, were W. G Bass district, Kissimmee No.- IOOO Claims Paid During Jloiitl. :orNoVCln6'r, 190T: 7**|
    and for
    Florida in _
    parties should provide themselves witha Miss Jean Anderson, fteaver, Falls sores, scrofula, eczema, itching ,
    tube before nal'tlna'out For sale Pa, and Mrs. HuglWMcGulre of New risings and bumps, swellings or Ii; E. 1';. Brown, Campbell, Florida '. 4

    by the Kissimmee Drug Co. Brighton, Pa., arrived 'Monday night auperatlng sores, scabby, Dimply skin, and for dUtrlct No. 2, and J. B. Tumb- d
    and-will spend tneOjemalnder:! of the ulcer., bone pains, catarrb, rheum-, Iio, Whittier, FlorWtoln and for district '. l5
    A Joint missionary seryio* waV; heldat winter at the palatilfjMcCool home on .tism-or any blood or skin disease, No. 3.. Of these Messrs. W. C. WRITE PARTICULARS.
    Presbyterian churl last Sun- Steer Beach. take Botanic Blood Balm ( B. B. B. ) Bass, F.. Brown and J. B. Tumblin ryFOfi; 4

    t day evening by the Metboplst} Cbris"Wan Soon: all sores heal, aches and palm having met on the above date in the
    ?.-*- and Presbyterian congregationsof Fop SALE-TIRED OF SHOOTING stop and the blood made ilure and office of the Cou.otv Superintendent of H. B. LEAKE.
    this city. The church was comfor- Brand new Marlin repeating rifle, octagon rich. Druggist Qr by express Public Instruction, proceeded to com- ; # :
    t tably filled and a most interesting'and barrel 15-ahot/ shoots any 22 large bottle. Sample-free by writing plete the orRanlnzatlbn of said boardin :

    V Instrpctiye! program was rendered,con- cap cartridge made, latest model, Blood Balm-Co., Atlanta, Ga. B. B compliance with section 342..Oener-.. v, STATE: MANAGER
    -, slstiog of interesting talks\: by Rev. J. shooCs STRONG and tVthe silo' Cost: B. Is especially advised for chronic al Statutes of the State of Florida, as

    K. :Nutting and ROov. J. T. Mitchell, 111.00. cash in Chicago 30 days ago; deep-seated cases of blood or skin diseases follows: On motion of E. E. Brown, '

    #. and an illu.tratedchalk. .. talk by Judge $9 for a quick sale. Write me. I as it cures after all else falls seconded! by J. B. TqtnblUi\ Walter P. Oe.'BOX,397. Oi4aiici< Flft''li|1
    '.4'-G..F;Parker.. > H C.J;,.ENNIS, Narcoossee. Fla. 'Sxjld by Klssimme Drug OWT C. Bass was: elected chairman ot said i J. **- V
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    t t' JT -THE ''t NEW. HINDU TEMPLE IN" SAN' FRANCISCO. _"<" Her Visiting Card. s J TME'PASSING or THE.: 'TEDDY" BEAR \

    "The storyjn The N,w York] Preu'. : 1'
    t.iout Uio tll&'hted'woman who e, v S '

    J was-1 nshamed, to wear glasses reinlnds /, pixgsExx /
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    ? mo of my Aunt Maria, ,who ht'e
    \\i begun to wear them 'an4 I It ashamed'

    jto havo'any one know .It," rays 'a : OJ. 3Sexvxv '
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    #"I"JRea5 'woman, and ',on ''an.certaintit aeXs&c' c\w C9"' \\Y

    ';d1 y"lIol:> long!"agorymdd-wteve! &i..calb- T' I-
    offices wftero she wa requested -/Yri\hc'bawcts;;

    to send In .her card first. ,It Is her x fi\ .
    custom to ker!' some of her own .' 1R SIC r.I \lie'system; CSSCC\\\\\y.( I'

    r + s 1st cards( In one side of Nee card Cage, !. assists \\CvceomU\g< (

    ar k, and.) those jtj'f pl'oplo she; meets In ats 5I

    a <>w till rlfht-sldo-up" .ofTier card
    d Sdc>il' ?. tw. land without handed 0fl :'
    l 10 hesitation pGrmetnentt .
    ,", rate __ _ II .
    cut the l>Hs "or" "pasteboard of. T- -

    flop boys and'1I cretaries on request. .,.+ "''fY.,,'''" r :.To \ 3\C\ _
    she! jictlced that every one seemed 1' t ec'ts.always'
    F spsjsar* *wff*it wsW fe surprised to see her but not until E buy \\\G.
    > JfW "Beyera! days had passed did she' discover .

    the 'reason. Wishing to verify ? genuine.
    Christian. country Jnh address, ,abe' consulted'the various ' \ !' 't I :
    It will come somewhat; as a HiirprUo to the people of this : .
    : to Icarii that a Hindu temple hat Junt been. dedicated In Sap-f5: 'pncisco by cardsIn her 'case, CALIFORNIA l

    tho members of tho Jocal Vedanta Soch-ty. The Interior tit! this building, the 'Gra<-Ious!' she shrieked, 'do you .

    -cornerstone of..which was laid In j905r!)() Is similar ).o tbnt of nn ordinary know what I've been and dons Handed FIG SYRUP Co. f.rSOLD !

    J .." house'ofvorshlp, and It Is only by HH exterior, with its dOilies. towers and out Tom Dick and Harry's and the BY'LEADING DRUGGISTS;:; 5Q'A80TTIE
    minarets, that the strnjigor In given notice that the architecture of another Lord only knows .whose cards to all .
    41 people'and}: clime has been I transplanted) Info I the mlUat of Westerh progress sorts of p"pll'he other day!' I -Cartoon-by. A. Rnaers. Ip( the New York ITeut
    I i and civilization along wllfi the teacliliiRa of tho Vedas themsflvcs.! The "And so It proved, on Inquiry. The .l;;. +.""..+. : '. .. ...++++++++"tt..-..........+.....+...... ... ..... who has the will.
    dedl.eatorylrvlces were simple, consisting of music a prayer nixl Sermon. Rood woman had- sent In .the earls Do not neglJct: constipation, for this condition

    I Calla Hilts and greens berved/'as docoratlo On the )platform were two of-vnrlous clergymen, dentists, lecturers i "Billy Possum" to Oust MTedcy! Bear. ill health TxiUtouii Uurlleld the 1 blood Tfa and, the li'iulH mild to clu-uniu herb!

    Ir large pictures of noted expounders' at the.Vedanta fifth drcased In their teacher( and Even one. or twp I !laxative, corrects eoustlpation keeps the

    native Hindu costumo,--J. Uenowe, In Christian Herald.Ierut .1 1I (military titles."_, I t-N..-. 1>loud P tea, and the li.-alui gcx i I.

    In mxvt'! Imr oohymn, Iw found the lMttNaimvit l- to .Qftcn most & >piy thin:?
    > Georgians Put
    will a rrci>irrHijf Out Little Aiumnla. : :
    chin Itt'llrn. I Is dejilrlfd>. <1 In .the net of'sheurlng a ,
    the least _
    of gets pralae.
    theailivlllu :rued t'o.TinBit : v >
    t .!- ..1n..thG-J.enna'unnla 11I"'eilm, Mulll- nirtlve animal with' a elijillatool.:\, .-- |IOOIH. | nn nut oi y In poaltlon to aid !I ___ (Special Dispatch to the New Voile Hcrnld.) Every Woninii/ Will lie IiiterpKtod.If .

    4 'a orlal Hall exhibited with the collection lUCpll Kerord. I "n<1..n..urnK\-fntrn"1I| but iiroHlHo ready dlyersltyingihetcrops to answer a I- -AllnTfiaT; Ga.-All doubt has been. .dispelled fiat "flhIIj-' 'm you bnve j'miim l / in the ),/1'k, Uruiury, -

    of old pewter, are three example I r"'II"8lM'| fur "TTiTorma-lmi on the uhjt>ct j ha. pei-innncntly dethroned "Toddy, Hear" so fnr an the Stale of G..or- J UlAiluur, or kidney tritnflo, and want upl
    of Per lvlnn figure work In lend( The f.'rouiri; of ('-lil.<-.<. of farming and 1 lrin-klu There In ton inuibrutton gin !and AdjnfiMit rommonnraltlis arc roiirerneil. Already th(< Atlanta L uwnt barb cure fur wumaii's ills, tr>'
    : -\'isl1 'of PresidentelectVllliain. Taft hag Mother !Uruy' AunU-nlrnn Leaf. It IH a ruIniBleri'Knlntor. -
    'bade" Thr Htutur just passed has wit-_ lit the Mouth nod nut enough hay stimulated Southern I In-
    dating probably to Spanish ) \ .
    c',wn, live stock uud KiinliMi truck : tluNtry. rind to- hiormoiiH
    The central n"IIII,1 an ( multiplication of ;
    Conquest. flgur.e reprcsjents \ TheyutherOrayCuL.iRoyN.Y.
    ; opossums of the sizes and variety of tlio. "Teddy :Wears", flint for tin ,
    w; a man with mitre tend crozlrtr, large C'ltlos\ and their rapid growth.In The real feature of the Milton tercentenary : extended: period hnve lieldjiifrtiidle 1 affection nh l adult interest The + jpulim:Ms-'the rapacity for putting
    apparently a Spanish bishop or abbot.t !. 1S01 thl' In all Europe buttwentytwo : sneers the Richmond .- i
    + "opnsfiitiii. urin" now a term as widely-used In this Stale as the "Tnft f great Ideas 1 In full nwtng._
    :Another Is Intended to portray a cities of more than 100- Tlmes-IMapatch was the collection of : anodic: '
    t Cared In O to 14 Dnys.P .
    'knlght or soldier, holilln/-; In one hand I 000 inhabitants of which only London Blowing Articles written about tho 44H................ .................*.... .-. . .. . .. . ..............t. guaranteed to cure any
    : Ointment in
    P a"twohanded' sword On his'Inod and Paris had more than 600,000, bard by tired 1 editors who never think taaeofltchmnqllhnillleeimgnrl'rotrudmgPiles mo \

    :rest what appears to bo n crown, and none reached I n million. At present of reading him. SECRET JUST OUT ABOUT A DOCTORS' WEIRD in 0 to 14 days or money refunded. 60-(
    r while from his breast U suspended a there IfiO cities of than -
    \ are more :
    IhrlVenk FRATERNITY WITH A FANTASTIC Press agent-work done In our' Interest -
    Weary \Yatrry Eyes: RITUAL
    Crucit x. The I third figure shows a ino.ooO Inhabitants, fifty-five abovelino.000 ,
    1' member of the priesthood carrying; In I and seven of more than n Relieved l>y Mm'mo Eye Hrmedy.Compounded by well meaning persons whodon't
    liv Kxiiorienrcil: l ; Insists\
    Pliymcinnn Organization Never Before Heard consult us beforehand
    , ;, one hand a chalice, while from, his million. In the entire world there Conforms t Ii i Pure Food and, Drug Lawn. of Has Chapters In
    lire( thirteen cities of n million or 11 urine Doesn't Snout; Suuthca Eye l'aw. Many Cities avid Orljflne-rtecl. In Clilcaco.-.Members the New York Telegram la apt to
    .. .. bring us taco to face with emJ I'aas.
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    Ih mere( habitant, Imliullnu the Euro1 A 0001) CLIENT.= Give, Bodies to Science, Then to Flames. ". iog situations later:

    1 1"/111 seven. M. di-, ( l-'o\llle. a Frenchludent First Lawyer wish I had beenJiving Chicago. A strange: secret oft111.ty This strange fraternity had Its Ineeptlon _, "+
    comparative," statistics, at- In King; Solomon's time. -onc ,','a1"9' stHintlnx wee. resealed at Halinemann College, in Deafness Cannot lie surd achflie,
    irlliuteB this unprecedented. Increaseto Second when more I than a score of this city In 1R78./; During the thirtyone bylocalaphbcatten'.sath"yunnutn
    ; Lawyer-Why? I dmimwil portion of theour. There only oiie
    the fact that the: combined i'fforts prominent Chlcaftp: ; J physicians and years of Its existence its weird to cure" ilt'ttfiie-HH, nod bat is by con..ll.tution,1
    First I.awyer-lie had hundred way
    of srlrnrp Indimtry and Invention seven Burgeons admitted that! they were 1 teachings I and practices have been a romoiliH4., Ieufuoss taraufted by anInfliiinix
    \ 1 have> actually changed the face/ of the wl\Pit. Think of the divorce members of the t'sllon Fraternity, a profound' secret: Its members at the ) cijh'liti.: <>f the tuna mA, lining. of -
    \\ business ho could have thrown In. myway.illustrated society hating fwr Its object the dissection end of their probationary period, take the Euslarhiaii. Tubn. s'ch'aitbmalubetain-( >
    I I ""01'1<1. I'litrnjstry, steam and electricity nits. of the bodies 'if its members 1 nn oath that silences their tongues flamed. yon harts 11 rumbli L" non ml or imperfect
    r.. i railways and steamships, sold; after death and cremation of there- forever. iit'itriiiK, and when it III entirely closed
    I and credit have all appeared during, LOVE. mains. The Dearness in the rpunlt, and union the Inflammatuin -
    4 ) I life on this earth In enjojud to
    I bo tiiki-u and, this b
    I "n out t restored -
    'this period and, have"given' bbth to Howard-And how did the plain This weird fraternity to which I Its utmost by them. At the end their to its nominal, condition, heanuK will
    men and to affairs an Impulse Like widow Perkins capturetho fastidious only members of the medical profession colleagues attired !In long white surgical be dra trf>y..d forever. NlnecuManut of ten
    the stroke of a magic wand..-San !hawker ? are admitted ls*-of. nationalecope. : gowns gather about the bier on are caused by<-...tarrh.which Is nnthingliut an
    Francisco Call. ' Its headquarters are in a I which lie the earthly remains of their loflimiij.l. condition of the niu 11 (I.oward-OI. took him out In her ", ..furnished\ ., clHljjtouse\ at 323., .*' friend. The spirit they know'has departed We will give Ono Hundred IJhllunfnrany
    y / I ''T car and showed him a' feW hundredof Lake"Park avenue.\ and the clay that Is left Is cam of Oea f noi.' (x-aiiiwd. liycMtnrrh. I that muootbocurodby -
    I1a.I'1 Catarrh ,
    I ', Waistcoat In Tarts.A her building 10Is"- Chapters" exist In New York Philadelphia given over entirely to science. Their circularsjree. J.CHKKKV Co.TolodoL sire Wend for,O.

    resident of Chicago has createda I Howard-Ah. I see! A case of love Boston, Cleveland Detroit theories are Augmented by this grew- Hold bv DruKgistf). 7.V.!
    coat and vest combined in onewhllh at put site!Hnrpor's Weekly and other cities. Its membership Is some gift. When they have finished Take Uall's Family Pills for .n..tfpaltOQ".
    Pfir taken from the ranks of the njost the! rites are said. At a crematory all
    It Is claimed has many advantages -
    ; over the present cut. The chief BABY.S SKIN ERUPT IJJN CURED. prominent) practitioners In different' hat remains is given': over to theflame" South's Brains In BUll neu.
    parts of the United States. )). The 'doctor that was la reduced --
    c/iilin/ for the new arrangement Is that Each Is known verte to a handful of dust.
    Was 80 Sore, Irritating and Painful chapter as a The brains of the south have been
    the vest, being made In two parts, the That Little Sufferer Could Not bra. The Chicago: chapter being the Dr. Fred W. Wood, former supreme turned to business.-brains that would

    back and front, enables tho wearer' to Sleep-.Scratched ConlltalltlyCallIl'ura' : first organized, Is called the "Prime encephalon acknowledgedthat under better. conditions, politically
    remove the back entirely at such ICfllcacy Proven. Vertebra." Its "high officer Is knownas I times as the temperature demands ""'hen about two and half old 'I 'the "encephalon," and It&n<,xt pose of autopsy and cremation. "We dominate the United Stares and giveIt .
    _j' lighter clothing without laying the my daughter broke out on a her hips fears and highest; officer Is 'the "medulla.'* Its believe Jn three degrees," "said .Dr. a strong, virile government of ,\ ,
    other! officers! are named for other I Wood. '"They are fraternity, which statesmen. Turned Into active business
    of being of her
    to the accusation
    upper parts legi with
    seek- and waist are suspended cruel- i wearer open : a very tb'l .
    means the real this
    of the human'borfY.The fellows-hip
    parts brains and the
    tag and painful It in the ability of
    partially dressed, as he la sometimes eruption. began
    Lien. These very. Interesting figures members of the fraternity earth ; autopsyafter death, which
    bar the first south this richer
    I noticed making country '
    ; little sre
    was a red '' ,
    when he lay aside his vest entirely. sur

    were doubtless Intended \by the1natly&Peruvian :. face and ""must undergo a preparation or' apprenticeship helps all mankind: and-cremation,' '
    constant desire
    k on her, r ittT"icratch year, b)'.; year In. spltd\ of Yan-
    arUuta to caricature the her limits. !She could of four years before they which puts an end to the earthly r
    not and
    } Spanish Invaders .. They are",there- the eruptions got sore;'and'yellow sleep' water'" 'are admitted to full knowjledga Its I shell that remains. after ;-Ihe spirit kee pensions,and' protective highwayrobbery i
    ,' tore, particularly Interesting, not asa came out of them' I had two doctors treat weird rituals. < During this period baa flown"* '. ."."- '' ,. .. and we: ar.e'going. to get -

    examples of native Peruvian art but her, but she) grew worse under their treat each must study some physiological' "What 1 II done, at the autopsy" along"regardless of the conditions and.

    Ml Illustrating the post-incarlnl Perulans' ment. Then I bought the Cuticura: Remedies or medical problem entirely original was asked. abuses of government. No Hoekefel-):
    In his own mind. If hU faith nnd "I cannot say," replied Dr. Wood.
    -sense of humor In the exnggertloft only used them two weeks when Jer or Harriman has ''yet been developed -'
    Ironclad rules of "Our oaths solemn. What we" do
    rJffJ she was entirely well.\ Thi Jiersevernace! In the are
    was in Febru to the where he
    i of the features and traits of ary. She has never had another the society\ are deemed doubtful he to the body Is all In the Interest of point can
    thlr- onquerors. These curious -ob.ject -. place on her skin and she in fourteen rough does not become a partof the<1'.." science. It does no harm and ft advances control tlfe cotton crop or tho sea-

    . belong to the Dr. Robert }J. years'' old. Mrs. It. R. Whitaker now, Winchester If the showing\ complimentary the our knowledge.! eon., and until such a one- arises ware ..
    'Lamborn collection. Tenn., Sept. 22 1908. fantastic ceremonials are adminis- "What Is the fraternity's belief In all right regardless of whom thd
    :..:& Tbe ancient: Peruvians were peril Iw Potter Drug sit Chem. Corp.: Sole Props. tered. The society Is divided Into regard; to cremation?" was asked. devilish hosts of Yankeedom may
    haps, the greatest caricaturists of all; of Cuticura Remedies Boston Mass. three "degreesthrough!: which Its "We believe that crematlpn I I" pro select to roll around In the presiden '
    members must .jiass. They are Fraternity per. The body is but clay and sooner -
    .tbe 'We.tern nations, as revealed In the tlal ohalr.-Humboldt Courler-Chrott
    A light heart Illuminates way autopsy and cremation. or later becomes but a handful of
    their their textiles and their
    I pottery through life._ Dr. P. M. Cliver, who lives In this dust. When It Is given over to the tales -
    metal work. In the valuable collection '
    fire all. Is ended. The translation
    Is the encephalon or
    city\ supreme
    I Breaks a Cold Promptly. TOO SMART X BOY.
    of Peruvian "
    antiquities brought '
    national head of the Ustlonlans. .u.tlon' means fire.
    ..' to/Philadelphia by J. Randolph Clay The following formula la a never Traveller-Say, boy your corn look
    Jwho"was United States Minister tom falling remedy for cold: I' kind of yellow. <,'"

    % p. !Vcountry i nearly fifty years ago. One- ounce of compound syrup of I ,. WHERE THE BIG BASEBALL TEAMS WILL DO_THEIR TRAINING. I" Boy-Ye*, air That1 the kind w.

    ai NT' ar.:, two bronfe Implements, one of Sarsaparllla, one ounce Tori com- New York City. With the an- the National and American League planted! .

    a ; +;tbem terminating' In two figures .of pound and half pint of good whisker nourcament by Manager Billy Murray teams will prepare for the champion-' TravelUr.-Looks as t'hou&'h'u .

    +r monkeys' dressed in Spanish costumes"and mix and shake thoroughly each time of the Philadelphia Club, that ship season. will only have 'half crop.
    i riding mules. Until a few years and use In doses of a tablespoonful the Phillies will do their spring Following is a list of the training!: Boy HJon't expect.any more. The ttty

    ago,these Instrument were believedto I'''I' .- The front of the vest la In very four hour,. training: at Southern Pines, .N. C., it camps of the big league baseball landlord gets the other half.
    all teams during the coming spring:
    be knives or choppers but It Is now place a* usual when the back has This will frequently cure an acute has been definitely settled where *. Traveller (after! a minute's thought)

    'known that-they were used for cut- been removed and being secured to cold in twenty-four horfrs. The Ingredient National League. American League .. -Say, there Is not much difference

    ; 'tlng th. wool of llamas, alpacas and I.the coat at the sides has all the appearance can be gotten at any drug New Yolk .. . . .... . . ,. .Marlin. Tex. New Yorlc: ..... .. . .. .. . .. Macon, GjI.Chicllgo. between a fool.
    ry(1 '. vicuna Peruvian beenrecently of tore.. ..... .. .._ .... .. .Sbreveport La. Boston.... . . . .. .. Srm.. Antonio Tex.CinciiTnatiT. you and
    : *, a vase having a fully shaped garment. ..
    '; ._ ... ... .. .. .. . .. .. Augusta, Oa. Philadelphia. .. .. ... .. .. New Orleans, La. Boy-No, sir. Only I the. 'fence.u411e' .-
    '- ;;. discovered. *which a man. Washington Star. A, Premature, Clebration. 1'ittiburg\:. ." .... ...... .. Hot Springs Ark.aahlOglon.. .. ..... .... .. Jalvestnn.( Tex. : Library
    > Pt. Lou . .. .. . ... ... Little Rock. Ark. Chicago.. .. ...,. .. .. .. .... ... California
    . 11 ;; .". ONLY A WANDERING:: MIND. I Andrew L. Harris, the farmer governor Ttonton. . ... .. . .. ... .. . ..Auguslo, IJI.! Detroit . .. ..... .. .. .. .Hot Springs JUK WORK
    of Ohio, wad"defeated last November liioiiklvn .. .. ....... . . ..Jacksonville> Fla. Sr. Louis .... . . . . . .Houston Tex. And the Other Kind. '
    : l'hiladelphia..Southern Pines N. C. Cleveland..Mobile and New Orleans
    for re-election. Dutln_ th@m .

    opinion of his neighbors, down Id Did you ever stud on a prominent

    a 4 |Pr ble County, where lie makes his' Facts About Suffrage For. Won1an. corner at an early morning hour and

    r borne on ene of the most beautiful Four States give equal suffrage to''wdme'i1-Wyomlnr. Colorado watch the throngs of people on their '"

    1 farms. In Ohio, he didn't mind the Utah and Idaho. way to work Noting the number '

    }: ? evx defeat at all compared with the time Rhode Inland, by legislative vote, and Oregon by popular .,vote who were forcing themselves along

    'Paul Sorg, the tobacco man outdistanced have refused to adopt equal-suffrage for women. sIn because It meant their dally bread
    tit Aim In a race for congress. Kansas w men have educational and municipal suffrage.! and the others cheerfully and eagerly
    Eighteen State haveschool suffrage for women. pursuing their because of love
    wy of
    fhat be wanted to go
    It wasn't Montana and, Iowa Hermit! women to Vote ou municipal bond Issues. -* thefr work.
    *o much. There were more ao_
    congress particular reasons ,that made the defeat .Louisiana give women taipeyere the rT'giifvote on all questions In a fact that one'a food has J---- w
    c much to do with It. As
    tdl thatnll'M an example:
    annoying. The first returns submitted to the taxpayers.
    Indicated that "Andy," as hisnelghor. New York allows women taxpayers to vote on village taxation. If an engine has poor oil' or a boiler
    elected.. V In Great Britain women who possess the necessary qualifications! Is tired with poor ..oala bad result
    called Ihlnv 'Was
    } 1'' [' . houseto "ckn fcto for all officials except members of Parliament. U certain. Isn't It?
    ''Byerybody went over to his Australia and New Zealand give women. full, suffrage as do the Treating your stomach right Is the
    celebrate.' When still later returns Islic of- Man, Iceland and Finland. keystone that sustains the arch of
    'his election, somebody and Sweden as In parts of India, womyn '
    s ae,4 confirmed / In Cape Colony, Canada health's temple, and you .. .11ftnd\
    suggested that they ought to vote under various conditions for school and municipal officers. "Grape-Nuts" as a dally food Is the...
    Parliament refused votes to women, andthere
    there was Last the English
    bonfire. As year
    start big moat
    i f a nourishing and beneficial
    themselves to the you
    the House, women
    riot In
    tore was a
    :nothing else handy they Just Commons, while they cried can use.
    the of
    -- -- grille-work; Of the gallery of House
    4 -- 'lown- -An-a,'. TJlce-Ttcket femw-and We have thousands testimonials
    N "Votes for women! The grilles had to be removed to 'gerthem out. ,
    used that for the 'Wg celebration. 'I he There is a National American Woman Suffrage Association with. real genuine IJttle heart throbs, from

    i {ttble lost of the fence never feazed Andy headquarters at Warren. O. The Rev. Anna II. Shaw Is president.. people who simply tried Grape-Nuts:

    . A H-mot that night "But gosh all --- o\tf,, of curIosity-as a last resort--' '
    'his old neigh. { with the result that prompted the
    hemlocks! eoys one of WHAT NEW--YORK SPENDS ANNUALLY testimonial.
    'bors, "how sore he was tie next .
    taornlng when the corrected returns FOR CARFARE GAS AND ELECTRICITYPassengers If you have never tried Grape-Nuts

    came In showing th'atbe was licked annually carried on New York railway .fc 1,300.000,000 it'. worth while to glje It a fair Impartial -

    in .. . .;. 780000.000 trial. Remember there are
    after all. -New,.:York Press. Carried by steam railroads XJ.nlted States.
    Money spent by New Yorkers for street car tare. . . $65,000,000 millions eating Grape-Nuts every: day
    \ NOTHING."Nature Population of New York City..... . ; . . .'. . . . .,000,ooo' s -they know, and we know If you
    : plans well for mankind's Outlay for car faye per capita .. . . . ... . . . .. 18,25 will use Grape-Niiis every morning
    1i4'fd.! Number of rides per capIta. .... . ... . . . . ... -325 yoyr wcyk Is more likely to be Joy-
    :1 In'cublc'teet. . . . ... . . 32,000,000,000
    "I mould .say ao.- tyh'at could be Amount of gas sold\ . work, because you can keep well, and >
    : . . ... . ..t.f32.000.000!
    tnore than ears Jo hOok Cost at $1 per 100, cubic feet: with the brain well nourished
    convenient . . . . .. . . $8,00 work
    capitai-r .r.
    "Outlay for' per T '
    j : ";:/7aekaJ! polls'some' ; wonderful stories. lIe must have. been A Vpecfaole* 't'fl"-WuhI1lct.on; flee.aid - .Amount ot gas electricity old.. ..;.: . . :. . .* . . . 120.000.000 U a Joy. Reid the "Road to Wei I- rz'villa" it

    ,y.ler>"! .. 1 : M Outlay of electricity per capita.. . . . . . ... .. >5.0Q In every packaga-"There's 'a -" .,..

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    STATE CLEAM.VCS.. -Tie man who Is too choice la picfi- Lit.- Is"'made up. -mof of great sacrifice -

    fonpntiBpcfosisCampaign I / lug his Jobs seldom has the chance !. or duties* but'of little' things.

    4, Punta a rda Is' thriving little city .to grab Opportunity- "by the forelock. Iq -which smiles j an4 kindness and! I

    is' Launched to Drif and well It may be. During the.. Brst small obligations), given habitually; ,
    'Entlrily Well of Ec = PULLEYS BELTS:
    >em SHAFTING
    Dread Disease nine business days'of the year 67U.- --Tetterinr: are what wIns. and preserves the ,

    from. .. State.. 800 pounds of fish wore shipped from Did thei. Work. heart aa4 secure. comfort. j LOMBARD IRON WORKS AUGUST S*.

    there and 7,809 boxes of oranges "I had .o cma op my h. f 'fofmven
    EXHIBIT .JACKSONVILLE: had been and : lookad I Ilka a tiluim of rtuty Rheumatism :
    r sent; off through the local! thl torture was almost \mb*.r bl.. P-lmpleB.ltclilng Humors, ,. Blood
    railway station' this season up to One of your salomtun oir.r e d to pay forth
    Movement Expected |o it..;.. Ever/ date Thousands of boxes have been TtUrln$ If'It did not our me. ,1 i Poison, rCczema. Bone
    sent also from that used !... than Uir.< boxes and am .atirely > B.BB1 B.B B. Oll.tanl." I. the only llfooa rimed,. that kill lb.",
    Community ia Florida From-the Geor. neighborhood; toy w.ll." the blood and l> npurlfl.i ,_n '.i 'Uo. to"toe"StfaitI ""*" oUioiLroutes.Puuta.Cordo.'seggs.ara.; r.. Cl.m Xlni.rd. Ruffln 8. C. I .art..,.. Bane.* joint e' k "'b...... &b.. dlaeaaele coaled la thin war*,!!
    .T' not-aUh;iu, ono basketPon.t .-' TctUrln curt Eaz nl*>. T.tUrJRtniTVormt _. Uleer 1'lmples: .&ru*earei. pain* and oheaof hPalth"l.
    \ Ground Itch.-Itching )tl... Intant' -.- _.....e. .wellfnsis: ubsJi' -B. H. II completely ohan."sine body Jotoolsan .
    Jacksonville., fla.-The tuberculosis : aet fire to the woods until' ears''H..a. PlinpUo. Belli, Rough 1 condition .in I rt8C health. '
    ,exhibition'! has been opened for Inspec' some time between February IS and Scaly Patch ort the Face. Old Itching-' I Carey Tbrougb the Blood ..or
    j March 31 Sort. Dandruff, Ca..11..d Mcmlp, ) inIons. ; foe
    tion. It Isan nor then unless you have
    effort to. get. people t.o. Corns Chilblain and every form' of
    t.. ipmellililg for given two days' provtoue-potic.'to all Skin! DI...... Tttcln lOe; Tciterlno F'A.D.Z.LESSDYESJ
    accept \
    nothing- whichIs personiLllvlogWuhlnonemlleof.theL: Soap J&e. Tour"tcunl't. or bmati from PUTNAM :
    not loaded< nC which la joito place Intended to be fired or you will -th.maruf.eturssThs Bhuptrln Co., I f .

    'take. It la a publicity Campaign to be liable la .flne up to '$100 or as!, Savannah), Qa. oUiw diVe. Ono Ito;:, paoka a color" all ObelL The? dy. 'Th51dw*_tWO* IbaD .*'\1 11"'.d7* or....
    dissipate darknega and much Eelin the public puls. .-often calsCSR I r a*. maj nrrnrat without MnplOM pl... WrIM for trao bootwt--.How to l>r'. HI M." ana Mix Uolora.kaU5itUZUItVUOU..QS5OV.lut00_ .
    Ignorance, to as sixty days Jmprisonmenti'otflrethematitiin1esa4t; politician heart throbs. .. .... ___ ... -
    let In Il&btao&pure air,, to get folks ____fiqme men never get to the top. ex- D' NATO -.-...0
    olive seem absolutely riecesuary especial. Itch cured ta/ JO mlnntts by WoolfonTs the York Press, because : M:;:\. r:-j' -l,_
    ( ,, ptaLni New
    right and help ether to' t .
    folks Sanitary Lotlon| Ntver fails.: At drnggisU. i (, .. l5'PSL ', F e.-rtjlir r
    It the weather' is' :
    ly dry.
    do ,the same tiring. I they depend too much on the eleva rAn'FS'M' ii6i : :1

    One .million three thouland' Though Mr. Bryan has abandoned If 4 fool Is lucky he ,can'li see the '..-...-.. MAN I MIXINGMACHINCRY.
    hundred. his contemplated trip to *Quba because advarflage.of_wisdom. -. I ,,

    -.. dollars by Dr. n.according 11. McGtnnli to figures represents"coniplleO tho Mrs. Bryan cannot accojnpany, I Only One "Bromo Qolnlne i APU.DINECURFS INCREASE HIS INCOME! ATLANTA AMT UTILITY CAPACITY.WORKS

    annual loss. to Jacksonville him he will be In Tampa February 4' That ls Laxative Bromo QuIniee.J.eek I I -
    throughthe and 5, when he '\\111[ make .an address for of lC.-W. KA.r POIMT. 0.1.Wefluy ..
    ravages of consumption ?' the laying of tho cornerstone of rt'a a Cold to One pay. 35o. I j' Why not add $1000.00 to I _
    or 'tuberculosis. l Jr. McGlnnls qyoles I COLDSand I .
    ] '
    _the recent. statements -comingfrom the.Young Men's Cllrlsl1a.11u.ocl.. When things which used to iuak) $$10,000.00 }'ourS by actingas
    Hon HIflOV
    In It
    building aud participate a '
    The International Tuberculosis: inhibition jaiiquot In his honor on' the. eveningof you It feel glad cease to interest you. GRIPPRelieves the Cjeu. Local Agent Write me if.,,'I .

    York in New."Is York showing that New the 6th. -' |Is time to change your brand. the aches and lev.rl hne.-. you wpuld like to represent-. I E.U.RS. # _l. ,

    City out the stupendous sum : The Immense factory whichIs Contain Me AcotanllUe '
    i't" of paper Life Insurance Hldee and
    sixty-three million dollars The Mutual
    oacn proposed for Gainesville and for
    the 'economic !
    pear through los'scsen Wool
    which have been under consideration .
    .. tailed by tuberculosis. This is twenty plans for the past several raonlna.Is,, ns1 tO*"nb=mid.' ,.s.lng off!...H),now p.renni. ,. Company of New York. r...._Tafl.w 8_ c--.

    dollars a year for every Inhabitant assuming: the nature of 'the real 1 en .......,..."'..... '_t rtm. Cnh or monthlypan.lft. : CeW......rr( _ReoI).Mm,.A.....

    In a great city where tubercuJosln is I thing as a site has been selected oy ....1..... Onv Write_for bf!,.t'Imen.-. miATMiUw of wrl.l......esIlufar.tur. a...< ASSETS oven seoo.000,000.00.. wild e&a._. W, me ......t 'k
    not so prevalent as In certain other ; 11r1'. TYPKWUlYEK CALVM0.. N 3r.rtlnml R. F. SHEODEN. a-JkI8S6-"'OneliJae.iI. 't.
    two of Boston. Tne
    expert engineers LEHERPUBLISHED ... '. \ : .ATIAUT OA,
    Sc. BnlUlni.
    American cities. In fact the 'mortality material J-o be employed In the man. l II < r ftibudw.y. *> la..hIene4- .eloetlI leo,.....

    In New York has been reduced thls- will > Sims as ____ ........... Pear ---.
    ufacturo of at plant I SIMrl
    fifty per cent by tjie development of be the stumps paper of dwSm'antled. pines, Cancers Cured. !! :: Seek Ie 1..oooWIa. W... .. 1w- ........, '

    '- -better- Jiving .conditions and a caru- which embraces millions of them 01(tb. thon. nd. of Canon C.r.
    fully organized campaign against the within the radius of a few miles from ,.. rtarad. Ko doctor la tb. worm b.. b.t. IL Babel A .on.,

    .. disease. "Who pays this twenty dol. the poluC;' where the plant will be lo t.r.Howard....,...... cnrl.i Booklet Caopori t'eICll.5 th.n med .- Rcmom all_w*lllnK In S to as I .tn L Market. IL LOUtIVILL"IT.,

    lar premium? The victim of the dis cated. This wljl bo when completed Dr.laitlmoBlall ".. on .J' lIo.tlno. Addr... dara t effect ,. permanent curtin I
    ease. The poor where so much of the I J. C. HOWARD.. M. D. u to to d TTrul treatment
    one of the largest paper mills In the fne.Not hi be fairer
    It miv plt'-n: .
    trmvtkod. Da
    disease Is found? Oh, the taxpayer? the' Box S' Birmingham. Ala. 1 Write Dr. H. H. green's Sons YOUR PATIWT' br rB '
    United States It is said that, I DJr: 'I. I I nx>n. And who Is the taxpayer 'the man plant buildings etc. .will cost In the For Benefit of Women who ' 3o cltl'I .t Bo B AHanla. di'*" O Lcka.manufartnrmal WrlMMATIUNALPArlUIT MaitHKin"s<|uaro A KOVU.TUHIBIT1ON r* ..

    who owns property or the man who neighborhood of $2.000.000, and the ONION SEED (At-5'O9) New York. CO.,I'HJ-H Snel t.l& 5145. lIa.0PI I
    does not?" These are' questions to Industry will employ a large numner Suffer from Female Ills I -

    be propounded to thin city (luring of hands The manufacture of paper Per Salaor"! cM>kIc. pac IJft.

    next week and oma of the answers from tbe pine stump Is no experiment,' Minneapolis, Minn.-"I -was a great Larc-t ......... ... of onion and ...........

    too. Will be given In the many sessions but an actual realization, CM those Interested .sufferer_ from female troubles which .**1. In U>. world. IJl. c-5(5105 fro i
    of the Tuberculosis Exhl btllon. have made numerous expel"Iments _, ., . -". caused a weakness end 1 04 la atanip; and receive oatalov :.1 POTAS.
    Several simultaneous campaigns which have finally "resulted In and broken down UW kvnieU eaoll of _Iou, oarrota.cvlvry.ndlihM .
    ian oaoh iMtnoo, ,
    ratabaca tar-
    have been launched condition of thesystem.
    here In Jackson -
    )producing a strong perfect paper of nIps' 100 paralar. MX) tomacoaa, 100 melonS.
    ville. In addition to Ihe effort for the ifeveiul grades. It Is claimed that .. I read somnuchofwhatl.jdia lao: cbarmlnK, flower wwU. la aU 10.000 kot-

    sake of the city and Its tributary neetfon" the paper) made from pine Is superiorIn Mla,aadlr worth *1 CI' any _'1 manor.

    there Is a comprehensive state many Instances to the product from .. -"*; K. Plnkham's11'- Or. amd aOe. and w. will add ono p.o&sgs
    / stable of SarllaM Pvnp CCDar Swoot Corn.
    .movement eXI In|>ectd reach Stale com any olher fiber or material. . bad done Compound for other SAUZK sage CO, In A. C.. U Ce..... WI. I- CORN.

    Even at the-overage price of 10 '
    Buffering I
    mittees"are being organized so that cent a quart for strawberries the ,t' ',','d6 felt sure women It Mould It1 i requires the best selected aced and the mOil thorough cultivation '
    -the workers In all ..
    of the counties will ,
    riunt City growers are making mouoy 4- help me, and I must ; but the real difference between profit and loss on tbo"

    be given leadership. County and city nn 33,320 quarts bad been shippedto _ -"f' c ,- nay It did help me PostCardsfRlHome crop depends on Potaih. It makes stmng sturdy stalks and ,
    committees are being fornitd. Fioni date. Lakeland, Starke and other ,' wonderfully. lly well shaped ran filled out to tb : very tip with every kernel
    the Georgia line to Florida Straitthings -r-- sound. Fertilizer in acul with little nil....
    sections\ of Florida ale also receiving pains all left me. I high phosphoric a
    are doing. 'A joint btate movement large remittances from .shipments of grew stronger,and within! three months in of Andrew Jsokaon. hunting. .snuTrnlr sfrenea.vitwi gen won't do. They need PoUih to complete: them-15 to 20
    M'axhinffton. D C end '
    has been In the four .
    Inaugurated .l.ej choice Irult. I was a perfectly well) woman.. card of national lnl.r it. *O :all f.r FRltK II .. icTlhe hundred. Supplement the; manure or clover or fertilizer .
    chief cities of the tate. The Hlllsborough Medical "I want this letter made public to rnu Kind Joo. F. Dr.gtn. Kashvlll. Tens.Inienilon .. with 50 Ibs. of Munate of Potash per acre. .
    In addition to this effort which renters County ( talfl .P r> nam;and addrre ol 5
    Society's! effort to have a branch laboratory show life benefit\ women may derive OruiOr.youngp.nple mo.eitk.lyloetten'i l 'hunt POTASH IS PROFIT -
    here In Jacksonville a third of the state board of health from Lydia E. Ptnkharn's Vegetable no:. College or taka le >nni BY N Al L. IF you r.l.c;4t.r.t.r..** *.an,....Uf.'..Com...all of A.r Cf...rOE
    movement of the most \ltal Import. Compound?'- Urn. JOHN O. MOLDA1'f TO KISS from the DOI.LAKAI>AV rlaa n\N KALI WRKS] 122-4 CandlerBldg Atlanta
    located alt Is l being seconded
    uuce Is gaining headway This la the Tampa 21 IS (Second; St. ; Into the FIVE DI.l.Alt--JAY I ci.... then 1 NOau 5<. CBICAOOi ......_.. aiack
    effort to- control tuberculosis among s>y the city council arId board of Minn.: Nprth, MlnnealJQl1sI I START KlOlir br asking. for FKGI: catalogue. .\ I MEVORa- ,

    1 ipade of that city. It Is ropresented ,
    the continuation of
    negroes a the
    Thousands of unsolicited and I
    meetings held at Tufkegee Institute on the part of the society That the Ine testimonials like the above prove genii- tDRATJGHON'SPractical -., -" ,- 'e' ..:: :' .;: :: -' z '

    before the holidays. It Is the ne.gro' population which Tampa serves as a the efficiency of Lydia K. Ilnkham's I z. : -
    commercial and business renter Is Business College z'1.- .
    effort to tervo both himself Vegetable Compound. which Is made _. -
    and the. while lace. All the colored the largest of any section In the exclusively from roots and herbs. -ATLANTA JACKSONVIM.K, ,i.i t -:.- .-
    .tae, and is at the flame lime most JfASaCVILI.E or M()NT<1OMKKV.
    papers are being enlisted throughthe Women who suffer from those distressing ,
    I'xpoved to the importation of Infec . ..
    In Jacksonville. The ills their
    headquarters to
    peculiar sex should \VARLICKSiicctMetalManufacturingCo. --- --- -- --.0=' -
    preachers, the doctors and the leachem tion. There lu delay In Bending the not lose sight of these fncts OT doubt

    of the race are l being Informedand slides and specimens to Jacksonville, the ability of Lydia E. Ilnkham'sVegetable "

    enlisted along/ very practical Hues' It Is urged and sonaotlmos too. In Compound to restore their ., "SPOHN

    to- help the flghl. critical In which dolays are health. 60( Alabama St. XTJ-ANTA. GA.

    alike to the and .
    dangerous patient
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    If you want special advice write Hot Air Furnaces. .
    the besides The.
    SALE OF (CHRISTMAS; STAMPS. medical-public-societyregards expenses.the need..,:'jia. to Mrs. IMnkhnui, at LJ'nn.lIll\ls. | .METAL CORNICES CKILINO8 .,cA.

    The of this 8hewIHtrentyotiVletteriis trletly- 'Ventilators Roofing.METALLIC : I liii.very remarkal preparation is' now "I. <
    Amounted to On; Thousand 8i1un.I urgent. question granting confidential. forO years olio ; Skylights; a1T 1"tbegt'raleal (V.>natituti6nal Hemadj; /.

    I dred and Nineteen Dollars.' request probably depends upon the has been helping Kick women in ever known for Brood Mare! Coltm. Sullioa* '4.
    moans at the command the state fills way, freeof cliargre. Dou'tliesltate and all other horses; also Ijutemper, .mon. .I
    Ojack on\'llIe. Fla.-The sale of-Ked board., write at once. I _- _ _ 'S Dogs and Sheep. This compound Is mad of .,-1'1.
    Cross C rl.lma. stamps ended with has the purest inpedi.n'.nd not ..n atom;of "
    The Palatka board of trade just
    the-.New Year Thereturns are now The. man who sits on the fence 1 III aridCOUNTERS poiionou or iniuripus nature enters into 'it-
    had printed the first number of a four-
    ., for the most part in... Sincere appreciation fond of talking about taking blgn I HEELS I are nowBI'TlHN'rfosTi"Urir to-, .,"
    publication which It Is proposed 7jvi07E "K*
    pale Cold.
    !; % Cough.
    the all .
    and felt"by ground on queeildbe.ILINJwOMESOAItF.PINEEEE.- ,
    gratitude are to Issue monthly xi>loitins? the. 'In. (1 i.?' # 2 ney Troubi1! etc., and it I. always sat'.. ,It
    health department 'of the Florida Feeteration dustries of Palatka and PutnAm county ? '.v It expels the Diacime jerme from the body: acts ,
    - QOPIA.j, t F on :
    and the advantages and opportunities A Pb.Dnmenal OITvr Mada Sly a NowYork tI ...
    ready and hearty cooperation tile offered to homeseekers and capl- F.n.1.Thousand" -. 4tx? is now sold by nearly every druggist and hI'''. ,
    of theirs for -wt ness dealer in the land and any can get it tat /t
    btate In this plan raisIng -
    of all the United
    : over k
    tall tn. The name of the monthly Is persons you or'send with remittance of.price to the ,:
    funds to further a wide public Koaid of Trade Review Stated are taking advantage of the gfatronn 0 *.' manufacturers who will abip to your order ). .:
    awakening In the state on the subject offer made I by Menill A Co., 113 Broa.1- iii 1ef:
    Fifty cents and 1.00 bottle '1-
    : $
    exprms paid. a
    The C'OHt--et -bulKUitgthe 110 miles l t ,
    of tuberculosis. wlI.ff-Y Cltyinatcngwquest torn -"u.- 1 - -end fJMM-aad-41&00.the..doien- - .- .t
    of road Hamilton county has conducted tlful gold-platej "Roarf-pln. furelth ady or f "'*
    Bales In the different cities were > >
    made follows Jacksonville, fl- for will be about $500 a mile ffentletnvn Whtcif mailed to anyone _od. G41 Record of-Annual Bales. ..

    479.36; as Ocala. $79:; Gainesville, $1>0; according': to the clerk of the circuit lag This their offer name Is and male l address by this free well of charge known ec ), ;-r lit Year.......... .. .... I.OB3 Dottles2nd

    court of that county aud the contrac I .. Year..... .......,.. '.M' '.
    Tampa $38.79: Miami, $22; Uve Oak house to introduce their large catalogue ofjfene.ral : : : .1.:;
    Jacksonville t-oraguarantea the roads to be free A GU1iv-r .- .4c 3rd year................. 8.2M .
    $20 merchandise boti ehol
    $:roo; Fairfield< ( ), ; from bOgs or ruti for five years. to jewelry, noreltlwi. etc.,. and'tb, readers<| icoods.of -. ) C 4th Year................. 19.ISO: >ISieJw.PuYvrnvt + VV'I!
    DeLand, $18.40; 'Lake City $16.75; make which guarantee geed they give \hi. MIld I (. 5th Year*........i.'...., 40.284; ,:1 r"' '*"
    Tallahassee, $15.64: FOrt Myers paper are reqnvatnd tn their ammo -2 .. .. .'uI7th.
    bond In the sum of 100000. Putnam and addroBi immedhrtelyeuoiosiagfourtwo.cent 0th Year: .......... 7Z.SSO !
    $11.39; Daytona $10; Manatee $10; Year.100.532 i. ,*, ,'
    Green Cove Springs. $8; Tltusvllle: $6; i county It -Js said expects her" new atamp to cover pnaklng and postage.Head . eye. 8th Year..................124,500 -. .' 'ill.
    roads to cost .hef only $600 a mile: to-day, and ba the possessor ot splooe sic e4 .. .' '"
    $6,30 San Mateo. $5; _. 8th Year.....;......... .177.4M j, f(
    High Springs ;' Yet there'are some persons who In. jewelry thatyon will be very proud For MINERS .- ? / lOth'Year..ftL.22I.7eo., ,
    Crescent City. $5; Ormond.. $..'IS. slat that every mile of good road costs of, and which does not cost you anything. FARMERS.QUARRYMEN..' .r.mflOI.5. ii Ler1 11th Year.....,...........287.82OH .". *. j *"<";
    ales .made by correspondent Phs'1agttls.c.t.A- 12th y..r; .3711.NI'J '-
    at least $1,000.According who the 'Yr
    throughout the state $140.02. They wear garments of religion .me4 61.1. 13th Yearni"mII"IIw8730! ! .. ,
    The total sales amounted to $1- to a card sent by ne all the week can feel pious on .od All Men who do Rougb Work' .aem. 'i-( ,; '14th Year............ ....M8,2
    419.38. The expenses were 22.15 trustees of Rollins college. at Winter Sunday without a. frock coat Will snake your shoes last loafer.: They a sedy_ -_____ Send for Mar Booklet of twelve foot redpaaf 1f I

    leaving a net profit from the sale of Park Carnegie; and Chase halls Mrs.Winslow. Soothing Syrup for Children an easy lo attach. Any cobbler ass put -______ for family and stock medicines JFREE., r* .f 1

    139728. will- be dedicated on the afternoonand teetbinc.lOftena thelJUm.,red'IC'" mflanraa- them ..... They .will make your old shoe IS ,

    The ladles of the Florida Federa. evening of Thursday, February tion.allaya* ,rureawind colic.89e a bottis good. as aew. You can buy "ahoes- attadl PMr7 SPOHN MEDICAL CO.4'

    tion of Women'. Clubs thank all who 13. Rollins College Is one of those It frequently happens that one'who with them. from your shoe deab*. ,

    In any way helped In the disposal ot educational" Institutions-of which Florida . Is a slave to duty Is a master of Send for booklet that tells all about IL... Coslie., 1dIaee Cbsnltts aM :i "
    Is proud. as evidence .of the culture ; Isctsrkloflstt.GOSHKN. ..
    Co. :
    the fta'tnps.AWARD. men. United Shoe Machinery z'-
    'J'' "
    that Is attracted to and perms- 1. .
    ales the entire .ta to. OFTEN TIlE CASE. IND.. uo.s. 'A.:. '

    One big advantage In Jacksonville'sIncrease -V

    Award In Federal Court-Alleged Florid In population Is that the maJority \Vomen. Struggle Hopelessly Along' 5m L'I
    of the new arrivals are full I Suffering Jlack.rbe.zl\ Spells, SEEDSWE' 0o
    Trust Hit for Damages.
    For (
    grown when they arrive. Languor, Etc.
    Jacksonville Fla.-Having! occupied __
    the undivided attention of the United That proposed palmetto avenue to Women hare so much to go; ,through 411. :e
    Ihe beach will 'be the pride of Duval
    States district court for nearly three la lUe that It'* a pity there Is so much '
    ounty and the admiration visitors Croup
    weeks the trial of the case of JohnT. when constructed. It wilt draw thousands suffering Trom backache SHIP BEST QUALITY FIELD 5'

    Hammond vs. the Consolidated Grocery and other common -
    to It the of
    see during: course AND GARDENSEEDS DIRECT TO
    Company and others, In which the year and will be one 'of the most curable kidney ' '
    the plaintiff charged the defendantswith Ills.\ If suffer
    famous roads In the state. No feature you so. .:
    forming a combine in restraint PRICES.WE r
    Jacksonvllle la better knewn profit bythis wom __
    of trade, was ended when the Jury :n Florida than the palmetto-fringed an's example. Mrs. SELL CLOVERS GRASSES, and u .
    In the case returned--a verdict In tavor parkway on Main'-street. s
    of the plaintiff assessing the dam upper' Martin Douglass, 52 S'EEDOATS, SEED CORNCANE

    at $25,000. Mrs. Josephine C. McVeyof Jack. Oodar St.. KJogston. SEED;; MILLET cow PEAS. SOJA
    ages The plaintiff claimed he was forced' sonvllla Is visiting different cities N; Y., .ay..: "I had BEANS, PEANUTS SEED. POTATOES Asthma a

    out of business by the defendants, and throughout the tttte soliciting funds _ a lame, aching back. POTATOand
    for the construction of the home for CABBAGE PLANTS ,
    dlny headaches 1
    sued for$200,000. Ala.damages.Birmingham -President J. A. the Indigent children of Florida which I, t. and a feeling TOMATO SKIPS ONION SETS, 'T' T

    Vanhoose of the Southern Wholesale the to Children's erect In Jacksonville.Home Society The.careof proposes __ of languor. Part of GARDEN BEANS GARDfN PEAS,

    Grocers" ,LsIocJatta-stated' that an indigent children I IB a subject that the time I could not attend to my ALL KINDS GARDEN. FIELD AND .

    appeal would-: betaken In the case should arouse sympathy In every mau work and.Irregularity of the kidney I FLOWER SEEDS LANP PLAStER A quick and powerful jrewedy' needed to>reak tip aa,Attack of :rpujv7v: !

    decided against the organization members and woman. Of all unfortunates a fa. secretions was annoying. Doan's Kidney I j AND FERTILIZERS. WRITE US Sloan's Onimeht has cured many casaa of crup.. .U acts insunUy TTT,whew tIo't

    In -Florida.- Suits similar ther to Aia-the. Inerleas or_ parentles,' batre Is .the Pills brought me prompt reUef." ;' FOR PRICES AND SAMPLES. applied both inside god outside of the.t /oat it breaks/tip the phlegm fOT.ducesth' ",.... ,

    Florida case are pending-in most unfortunate or one whose' parents I' Sold by- all dealereoc. 'a box.-! Infiatxisatioit'andreIiens. ;, the difficultrof: ts'eath1sgSIoais !' *' '\ l-
    barns courts. It being contended that TATE WHAT YOU *
    too vicious to be J-osUr-Mllburn WAJNT.NASHWTTSEEDGO.:: .
    Is violating the Sher.msn are proper Co.. Duffao, K. y. :
    the for thoso of < I -
    guardians .
    1au$. ... Jf there's"* right thing to bdone, Linimentgives ,.. J :
    '/ Roanoke "Va., anT( Tenaacoia; are and "'e. seem to pass through a "

    PONCE DEJ-EONCOMIKQ.(; ( ,:>;: now In the fame claas. In the Virginia wrong thing on our way to It. depend [ [[ quJcV>eIfe<:in ; -ta.s Ama-bronchltfs, .ceI4stoat,tonsilitla, :

    department upon It there's another way to "* t .
    the mayorand police ,
    It Wyi, Be Noticed That Ha Found city started In to enforce every It, and a betier one. and It Is our 215 Second Avenue, North.Jfashvitlei .and" pains. . ,li.the'theil.. .. .. .!,-- ] 'tTi..I 'e._ 5e ,'BX>eVsua4,7. aix' ). ( .v,..,.,.,. ..

    the Fountain of4'srpstuai Youth.St. law. No cigars, cigarettes, tobacco own'fault, and not God's that we do j ".I' ,S.SIOOn., ..Boatoix :Has- iff> ..
    Augustine; Fla.-Ponce do Leon toilet articles or r"t find It. TVnn. : ,
    fruit confections
    will land. on Florida Boll at St. Au. ._ .
    other merchandise were sold Milk
    guctlne: again some day In April next. a'
    Those who witness his landing will wagons drays, dagoni.. Ice cream' wagons

    observe that he looks 0.6 older. If as street back. were stopped and
    the drivers and owners
    Hie names ot
    old. as when at the age of About Bit '
    taken down; numbers ot street cars -
    he discovered. Florida 897years ago
    and names' of their recorded
    [- trv vTalt-shows-thatch-found the Foun'tain' -
    and numbers of reigbtralng
    Perpetual .Youth\ after all
    ; !nlng through Ihe city..apd_not "carry-
    though history!) has made no record; : of ing perishable'' articles noted.

    .'- '. .fact1 I .!scaus* of los* ugly, .rl".I,. gray h." U.. 1.A CRKOI.C" MAIM MK9TORKR. .Prlo. .1.00. re\liU.1 - -' :-
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    'OTJC i; QF Ih4CORt'ORA... AN ORDINANCE* Notice of Application lor. Tax' I
    , j 1/ RATES'ATLANTIC *
    Deed Under Sections DRaPED
    : .
    .''f TIQN. Afc ORDIH ANCJS to Ameiid Aa 514and. ; .
    t title "An Onlliuiiia RwulaUnsths. UM of . -
    xrl the General 1 Statutes t"t, .
    "I- < ", 575 of : :.
    ; Minor. i MU -VIA-
    Ktitloa h.r.l>y.vane that welhounder 1'4101"Billiard Tables oq Roofnaby .
    .." :algaed wll1.oa >eiM day of Merely. D. JtWO fie It Ordained by the Council : '
    ".'' apply to Iria llooorab s Albert W, Ullnhrtst Ki.almme.Oltyf .' ', "
    ftate . be unlawful for any: minor Notice i U nereby.I..n |that MaUla. l Oreeu *
    d OnUDO' ot the ot Fiords tt* IxittersPtte.tauthnriilDt auction 1. It shell
    r us to carry oa, business In ;.;,ndsf the sirs ot elghbefl year to play 'at anytime purohaaer trte" lich.4..., '01, Julr. A, D. 18119. hat. .
    the Huta.. of FlorWh. as a corporation, under the tmM of pool or billiards In my roastwh.reie Still College! ot'Osteopat y.
    Bled aid o rlllloK&&. In ray office, and has made 1- .
    And bv virtue pf th" rXj. "t the Stale of Flor- a pod' or billiard. table U k.phjor public -
    to _tel'. frequent or loans about any application for tax: :deed tol.m.ln accordance at .. ._ _ 4.L.. ...; --
    1dr,any ender and by I home 01 The Anhton east or .. .... .. ,
    with law.-- J- --- -rJ3ald -- 1iO' 't
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    Tnrp.utlneOoinwiny. Ihe prnpoaeil Obartorf room where pool or billiard aa"kept for tbi. .... . ....... .. .
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    cedifoeteembragostbe fullowlegdg .
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    puUkf sft rtl.houroflpJ'h.andstir I '. .. ,
    .. aald.gorH>mtim )ji.'lna.iily(>ri I\.UalilOt\ VM,f the '' '- -
    amlnatlun free.Mondays t
    scrllwd situated lu Oaceola ;
    si follows lowlt:, .\. minor undar the ac. .of..lghtrnyssr.. as property county '
    I. ACR !fFbfD. aforaald vkilattiur ibis Motion shall be punished: norlda to-wlli .! and Thurdars. .:. ..TAMPA' ANDRETURN'f

    4 1't, ...C. A. CA! R q.r by Imprisonment for not mar than thirty hays or i Lot of Block d..Roblnsoa'a- Addition' 'tat. Kla.Immea Office Ora ULnae Hotel. ltiselmmee,. ,
    C JI", j Fl .
    J.AHTIClKH A.. UL4CK\ LL. by a AM of not more than on. hundred dollars, or & t I .
    TRO ""H "'If." by both such fin and ImpiiMnmont.Bae The said land bulng assessed at the date of ACCOUNT OF
    s 2. _Whoev... being the owner, Jasaw or the" u.ui e of!fU'.lLJiortlllcnte. la .. -- *? .u
    l' .. teepee of any pool or: billiard-table kept for the JuGuJo4wo1Unlead.aid T j

    Of IN<'/HHPOKA.TIOS.Fint. ua of the public. allow any minor under the time age oorlIl111, law.certificates tax deed shall will Issue be redeemed thereon ao on- Sprigg FlemingCLEANING = :
    nf .. of iffhlen years an aforesaid to play at any Florida !State''MidWinter Fair
    The tiaitic'of.. ski (lnrpor...'..... shall. be thsgatusotpoblueblllcd.. ..orJ..... r4lrWwntor .lheAthday.oLb'ubway., 'A._D. .I_.- .
    '" 'Tie Airff'i! Ti.Bi-MdJ-iK" avavviind'lli lounge about such pool or billiard; room Wltneaa ni> ofllolal signature, and neat) this !

    ,t>rlnnlpal plar of lm.liii.. >sii shall be In lb '(:I'y .after aald, hour of S' p. m ahall be puninhed by (uUI.1 1 the'nth day. of January.. D..I #

    I + of Kladmmeel'onnty' of Om-aola. Stale of Imprisonment. fur not more than sixty duyc. or by 19M.AR1HUK! 1 \ :1.
    Florida .' a fine of not more than two hundred dollars. or"by K..IJON1IU: I. I PRESSING From. Stations Souj/h> or( Archer, Hawthorne Gainesville Rochelle and ,:

    ..Mooond.I1" he <-nersl nalura of the ImalitnMi. both such Ana Imprisonment; Clerk Cirnult Court Onoeols(County, Florida.By DYEING and Palfttka tickets tin" sale Keoruarv 3- Final .#
    to He tr n.'I.1! by said onrpiiravu.D .li&1l be Jec U. All ordlnancea. or p."-". thoreof. In A .H. HtTliLOCK.: l>. c.
    o : ._ 1 limit ten days from but cot including date of sale.
    that of owningeolatnllnpandIenelugof Mm- conflict herewith, bn, and the samd aw. herebyrepealed. REPAIRING '
    bet lands In the state ot Florida\ .and working !' \ 1., Notice to Creditors J t- .

    and ofMtratme ember on said lands for tn rMn Passed In open wsslon thin :"'h"'Uy of January., . I -.-. '

    tin purpose*,. and the msnnrnrturlnj and A. D I1!** ". T. W. EU.13.J'ntaldent All persons having claims against. the estate of Leave word 1' . "
    at house
    s dcalluir, lirat> -lumber snl! all kinds of of ViiilUlliiV material wand... ewe, vigelahle I ati'l Attest: Klnsimrdge'Ify.. Oaoeola. .and .slate of Florida must present the J wllj) be called lor and returned.
    For tlc.keu. vntioim Information call on nearest Atlantic Coast Line
    rower or
    r orange rale and crate materialnd. : the of(>- JK GILUEKTriarkof: same property attested to the undersurnedAd* -- 'or .
    "rsllnijof .twmlllaand! Ilieonirinic, : rharlcrlnu Said. Town mlnlstrator within the time prescribed by law Agent )

    and operating tease and nail vessel, tuR, Approved by me this'
    .lighters and aoowa In the reimportation of iwm." '' T. M. MURPHY persons indebted to said estate will I make settlement -TAMPA. FLOK1DA. w,
    timber and liimher' .and.of. every kind of Mayor of the Town of KlastmmeatHeal of the same to the undersigned. j T. O. WIUTK. G. P. A. W. J. CRAIG P. T. M. !: '

    building material InplndliiK merehandlso" between ] l'lt". HENRY 1'. BASS I JVILM1NGTON, N. C. :>11
    .. "V.f.
    domoHtlc |mrle end fdrclsrn rountrlc. -- "- Administrator of the.ta..1. Walter. Bate. 8r.! R. 0.MEEK .
    .. .
    and the litillfllnran. ..
    and earryl'II noel. ') hlrl'leg a gouts// met .October 19MM.- ...!l.ejn forAjnonths! ]I Has for sate choice .
    vantlle bualness/ operating comnilmiaHalH. I"r'lu. Oujrl. ., rtittnlli .1 Imllrlnl, l Clrcull of lands1oevery ... ..e-u.'V" 'V" 'V"'V"'U"' ...,. '''U" ..,. 'V' it. 'V" 'Hr'Yr'1F'fFsP'.,.'4 vfl ifallx 111
    Ilio ouuiuy <.r OsieoU' urn. l M.(IO ..f "' ...rlol.III j portion of i"lo'lda. adapted for farming .... I J Jl
    ( labor, and the leasing of Htatn and counlj' Hetit. --... or the growing of fruits -- -- *--- -'-
    arid -
    oo."lch.II"; acqul! lug dealliui. lu.uwu- haurer/, Uedroom and rlttintfroom furnished t>f every variety/ ; also plios vegetables NORTH KlSSSIMMEE. : PHONE NO. 8. J b.

    "r 9s1 and leaning' welling and Huhlenn.UK of Anna,.K lto< .1 J um for IMiomllurrlfii I with i>Without boards South Kisalinnee. phase, timber and ranch lands. r ..
    Mitch propeitrt reel .mid '..."'e "'I!,, n> nm> l>e Hi'e'L.1)III fronting court house. Apply tar .

    Irs .v..arY'. uiuMul or ot.\uulHitt( for <.tirn hag' on li.i'log, 'brew mete lo 'appear by IInlolft1or \ MKS. G. \\'. UKST. Ui>x 135. I K.xceptionalh\ One bargains I In orapKe i

    and oondtK'tlnn iMifiliiom, HitOn'tiM I I )h mi'" the Ih' "OI.IIII until h.1 the reaidencu IIr Choin I '" ..-- .. KroTes List your property with | C. W. Griffin

    ? Hght-O buy, own AIK! nell i.littr. i.r <*itrtlln' | "foo4nnt. the call. 1I'rrte" lIut'h, 1.10 her l Cry other" him; he can sell it, rent Jt .and collect ,

    nUwk 01 other rut.imrrtlloiih. be.t IHH roe unknown. 11ud Ihlll there I. no ,pt'r.ati. tit the ]in or should be worried when the little your rentsAgent ... t '
    and lend In the Ira 'Imn of that ..
    manes n M< 141.1. '"lam it'haul Herte could be stale
    It* buin! "HK .Ufl t4i irnn...'t nM ..11,0"r Jl-i...fiitI would hind the Haid lI.h.I."I, \ Mini llifcfiirtlK lo nies croup hate uleurisv aco.uih or cold or pDeumooia. It may, lead for best Fire and /Life Insurance > Fancy Family Groceries

    t >IIHOH cxpetllftil: : and h..nt.n,1 In nn\' or nil oallt Defendant, I. over (lie ftlllI of11 years. It inlhorefure then lo something mole serious. Hal- ant, Armour's Fertilieis.Kissiramee a.
    i (lithe foroffoftitf. biiMltninm' of the) ...,1.1 fnr\i\ B Syrup the
    .lel lsurrleu.. Ifni'ks. b,', nod ho I. busby renuiredblatt.esrln.thv.u'l .. trouble at once and Florida > Fresh Meats. '
    |pro\'l'nt any com ( J'a. .
    Third Pit Ai>ftAl .t..k t of anti orMtraLlon| I HIli!!! 01 Complaint plication. Sold bv Kobri Bon's }- .. ) t
    ehalliwr'OttlflbbeoR'h1eI l < ) t 1 Into five hun1re ell' M"'h"' lad day "r )I arch, A. U. 101\f.! \ ..
    ,* <) *'1ar.?t t,f the |I'trHlue of 'UK').'" .'a. iThro ,,1I.'rwl..I1,.. ft'It'Il.I".r l aald hlll.h.,1, beta - R .. .. .- -" ------ I,lit hell luerv' l'i: > Puajuiv Hour I'atronatri' Sol iclto(. :

    a ri (. hn dro 3 .ud lxt) (f'VOt fthnr''rv rf raid kern an ,'oler",1, hI' qud, d.I"lIItll 101. 11.1. Str. Juanita for Charter.The Ja :M. W1JLSON, l'1(., I het.. .fto .Os I1. ,A..1. .n. ." Js ..e1ti.. .e.4b. 4b "its .dq.lla..& .... I t e1-1-s[ (.
    cafilUI Mtook' .1.111",1, ...,,11,1 i tipjn full / 'r oirti-rxl Hint Ibis. '...,11.1'-4.<; (.tilillnhlKl v .
    by,the Ton i \.i*>.aiuli lo 'the H '..rp'.rat(l's, nf nil\ of nine a u irk forfun misc.olive Clete i In Hie services of tho.steamer Juanita ;
    / ? I \ NOTAHPUBLIC.. . ) .. . .. .. . .. -
    the |iniHrty| i f every khnl and] IIMTM.."ler nun KlnlmiiHinHT: <.i,Ten( cn urn '|1'apir 1."h.l are new offered for charter to Luntinp j
    oii,,d hr J. A ('run ford I I1:. \. I..rxni .1. A. ltxhd HI KHlfl 11111111),, (if <)M"t.OlA Rlllt, Sllill <)f und, pleasure'partll'!>, or for special I II I SIAIH "AT LAUGH.' \\

    i flh Jllark'rU nnd 1 ,houmft \\'I lN) "in. 1-i o.PHI"MM rn, .1.) >- Klori'lnIn I.I. fioijjht service anj' \'heie 'on the IvUsiinmcc I Instate Aent

    t IHK bu.lncMuiifler' the firm name ,of "Hint'kw ail. \v IniKt. thercnl.I! 1 Arthur K "IIOIILKHII, I river louUs Apply| SUNNY SOUTH STABLES ;

    I Carroll. A ('''"'1'.11).1 AMhUtn. (Ilarenln Citnuiv CItrt! o'' Hit < in.lit 1''lrt. |IM\. Jurtuntofctm nov 27tfV' C MojiLKY, Master I KISSIMMEJ'LUIUUA!

    Florida. ; llu> name l to tin'lnili a'J' Undv a0nrJ \ luiiiil mid the r-, nl of DM HHiil burl ,IliliiI -r-. vROGERS' I .--...--- ----

    rf bv ealti 1 ropnoen.hipand) l nil )ra.," of nii'1prlTitflffOH I 1'11. Jan I of l .lill,',unrA, I' I'""*'). LIVERWORTTAR I ;.

    In any and ,,1Ift."Io\ .'"I"l1l'or..1] i l A III III',! 1'. 1jo."CA: < AND CANCHALAGUA p A VANS AGNEW; .

    properly. .lillj*; IIIH"him'ry, onU( "ttnuiM. IIor" \ p (11-pan'; l:1..k..r: <'Iri" nil
    .\ inirrhii< (". dn(>o'iil.. ai.O' prupcrlr HI.. >n>. Con,lily. Kl"rlili '., ... Asthma and VronchltUaiiil, alll.IIIIII"Olllpl.lo.... 1

    .r rf kind and <'hnni".ior now"pt hy nnftO inplHlnnnt', s Mi Htllultor n\lll\IfI\: \ to consumption; IHcrnort, 1 nr mid I A-r'b ()II :\ KAT LAw. .. . . I i

    '\ 'partntTHtHp. whcre\f 'thtMUM, innl l h. ..It.Ie'or __ .. _ u enlHbllHliuil perry reputation," 'have for H>case a .'muMlaiiied..snarl (otifihrwiicfi an -I I I AND :N'oAAUV: I'UIII.IC, I|1'- .. 4

    ". finiiiil110' \Alu<* "f null |irii>iri\' no to )'. It oolitaiuH no opium or harmful Sale and
    Citation ol Atlmiiiislr.itionfn drug, ran be Kll"u with hafct t" children Livery Boarding'
    be oouve>'*wl In lln i in"p rut lao 1 \ KHC! upuiytuomhtp ) ,
    Price II (10.M. oub bv Oaeeola Pharmacy I KISS1M.MEE; FLA
    .. lii-rcliibrfcrc d,'.,'rlltcd nod l not 1'"iinty Judro Court OtMKila County I loridH ,

    forth, being the sum of f ''UN' 1."I'll' urn the Hi. Hy the County Judge of Maid l .." 'yWliprean : -

    t'orpor..lel'M. of tliia orpnrHti'( ,p Iicr4t 11 n told) . __. . .
    Hry'an \ thm .J< L. a to .
    N.: C has applIed t>< > .
    alimfiTViT. ": Well wllli Now Sunk and \.hld..N and -
    aumoffSl,0I0.0Uci A ,tun| > tut .nl'| < prepared ;
    Juurlor Lotu-n of Administration on Hit E..- I P. e '
    property : $ ..lye '. n 'Ejicj.Stv.e' IoV.J. to meet all OuinaruU with perfect !satisfaction :
    tat4 of C 11. Fountain tlu.. aayl. late of Haul; _. ',.
    Fourth Tho ion turps of tho ern,ply, al *l County of OiKetilaThone . f ', 5r""eJ.if'! ; :: ,r.i41y .
    ..corporation nmyw. ..eI.11I1 per 1111,1! nM' |uivtnenta ., Ir.ICC [ ,.
    then-fore. to cite and admonish all '
    therefor shall he 11.,1.In Inn rut' mrtiuyof are I"t I r .. : I)' .
    kindred and creditors of nail! dvoeamMl
    the -
    the United !Htab'i. of Amerli : and the rapt! and Hinifular y rte+ed i. Ih'i >I i'' I i In ,iulilt" If:' 'Jar 1-s- -
    to lie an hl. :k of this corpoldttnn'eau al t'me le .
    any .' . ., '
    n. I Id
    A. U raft, and J"
    toe,oabt 1 lo any uitii. >uut ..- |I'-olU\( ..1 I 1') the ""foreth. <0th day of January . < .. ..\ ClU , ',, .
    file obioctlo'na. If.any they have. to the granting ..,. f\
    a : ,
    11 ll-.11'
    i rl
    ile K'A of the Rtstn of Plprlda > %S\jllw "V" icnn' < \r '
    : letters _.aforesaid. ..lherl\"l... the came. will, be I'V I I.?. UK lir l tn the factory tiint m.Les tioth' DOC I I but BROADWAY PHONE 102
    ltInh 1 his Cn'"I'ji"1I i l PHI,| for a pt prayed chalrtf. Me make and I."n clinlra .tII'lirretlll''u'o! it ';
    rid) cf flrt0)( ) jean. Irvin the ditto of the. Iaoiagnfltarhnrter as you ut !jowciit wholesale price, wIt1ch1u".yj.,1r .. 1-i --- -
    :! ._ .
    .. the
    < -of
    If i :' : -- ttlneamyfiand.e.8 ounty Judge ta yet of st les.t u third, ou terry ilu Irafford )lo, l Lay. i ink e'ra' ::: :-- -- "
    County afcreaald 'this JUlh day. of Oucembor.1BON. what, lit,i.lxmouna/stn C"T'1Iho"1yo"1IonT *nn.\'o*
    'rllTtb' The Imal'n' ; of this ('olpnralhm W. 1C JOHNSTON. +tolWS.udorourGeeilLlnuelulaulalOt-acld-0a: ) I {.

    '.and ball Trea bo-o"mror ouducU and a bv Hoard a P of vuldent ConrM.) DliwUirft Secretary, (.lIn. ('",unt"oJud...... And Over take jo mlvaulage different of kinds the big of chairs savlug for i>nrlor, illiilng- THE : GBJIYSTOHE GHBIIGE m JlcjiijiE I$ SHOPS

    who snaH be elroted< annnnlly on the HecondNonilay jan. l-of) room, kitchen, porch liaU.,store nitre from the clieaprnt. E.. '
    tallielH.nt' are shown In I She large. lllulreHed .....Iog
    l" JanAaiof"oA"h y"nriy) lli. itrnk. sad.peei.l Christmas prlee. -l ..-I'lrrfC. J'.v"y eh"It ? :
    'boldersof "Notice '. guaranteed exactly. as represejiteil, or back rpJ.Ve1'FL ; h "
    the CorppralionTha"folloWing ,;: of'Garnifhment! ,.. your money -t ANTHONY A. "LOLL. Proprietor '?'
    -e named of loge dhMl. cond net I'the, buslnem of tit' ourt. of Juatlce of Peace; State of Florid. SSeS Coals f CTO"' BJWW MS Moeaat. JICUSMUI.FU. gl..t aeWl PrW to : : -

    -theCofpohetlonun41116efret animal Uertlqnor Dlnlrk-t.
    lei until their BUcoctu tr. aro clm-tei. : PI'I1gfuld- ( P. N. Floyd PUiutllT -\ AGl13NT: FOR .
    3.''A.CranfonlSroretaty; and Trfnsnrtr:'C. A .qa, / tMI;
    Ca 01Lo The Hoard of Dlreetorn rhall l lop J. A. Prank ",oiion, Uotendautdtlutlo V Fairbanks-Morse Gas
    Cash Store Engines
    Coast IJuv It..11 l 1 way ('u'n' I \ilion, Bargains at !
    Ora lford C. A. Carson. S. A. Blnikwell\ and pans '

    Thomas Wilson.. .._.._ -._. 1'n-rraTir-JnncTr-DeTeTrilanr, ul+il-Mr Ilhrrewhom and Irrigating Outfits.
    : Seventh. The. It: nn.1II."nt of 'ndebtedDoes It may Coiii'ern : ,

    a or liability, tovthloh the Coi',>orullon ran You are hereby imulle.l that a Wtlt' <>f Uar ,
    lti e at any time .subject) \ elf shull not ..,......"' DiHhmcnt had born Untied In the above oaie for White Lawn 40 in. wide 15c per yard. 4AUTOMOBILES -
    ItrV4 \.
    'lbou.and dollars. the recbrery or an itiilebtwliiem ol 12710 and Lace from 5c to 15c per yard. RENTED OR REPAIRED
    . Blhth. The name aid plaem of resldeiue that Inb.. hands. of Atlantic '
    your property Dress Pants. $1.50 to $5.00 per pair ,. .. .
    1Gf.tbe'. siibsoriblOK Inoorporalori end the - -- -
    Coast blue Railway Company h". been gar x
    w Pair Stnpe Pants at $1 l 1.00.
    tamspnatbretoekeabarrfbedbyeachare as folJA uiiDeed and !that uulnu you appear before laid \ DRIVEN "
    qI1Cy J. Jbw.t. Corfrt on or before the lat day of February. A' TrunKS and Suit Cases at lowest prices. .

    ., Craatord. Jacksonville Florida, 60 .. _. ._ I
    D. 1900. Judgment by default will be enteredanaiiwtyou Picture Frames from 25c to $E.50'each. -' '' ., ,.
    .> .* P. N. FLOYD IM.Iutlff.
    at the lowest prices. .
    t O,At. Carson, KUaiinmee.. Florida ,.) ..."..... lu testimony whereof. I have. hereunto sot Crockery .
    r .Jl X, Blerkwell., Ashloo. Florida. liOshsru.TTboiaaJi . Fancy Straw Hats atcost. '
    .L tar \Band *nd:seal MiUautdar or December Solicit all "Kinds
    ; Wllaon. Snmter. South Carolina, ''n A. D. 1_. UA, MINX Best Shirts made for $1.00 each. Repair. Work

    :/ harea.kj .. (Seal) J1LIfoe of Piece Flrat: DUtrlol. Tinware at any old price. !

    .:la wlfnnw whereof the parties hereto have The only place you can get the Beaver Brand Hat. c ,{
    hereunto t their hands .and
    a sea's on the Notice "ol Application for Tax .
    82od d..or. January. A I. low. '
    ;.. J. CKAKFORD [So"I'l| Deed Given in. Accordance #' ;
    for the Best Shoes in Town. BUDDED TREES !
    ', C. A. CARSON [8&11] With Sections 574 and 575 of Headquarters ,

    J. a. BLACK KM (Seal) the
    the General Statutes of
    \ ,Ie THOMM WILSON I So..11. ] -- r '
    ? 3ttab. of Florida, I State of Florida. IslesworthNurseries _
    ,.I-CJ09aL7otOeceoh., ( e1fgra ,
    , } Noltoeleh.retbyglventhat Hr
    "tl ns
    ally appeared J.. A.. Cianford. O. A. Carson. : J. UIO. dated. the'3rd day of July A. D. I"". baa ENIIU MIAOM. err aaNax TM AO M. CHASE & CO.. PROPRIETORS v.. J. W. HOARD, AGENT

    ft "A. Blaokwell and TlMmfi) Wilson.,to me well died add) curtlftcate In my office and ha. .
    1r kao/ws to be the persons described In and who made. appl catlou lor tax deed to. issue In ao.eordanoe We will hare ready for next Fall and Winter planting: a general

    alcnedeealMlai eonUtd the foregoing Ar4 with Ja", Bald certificate embracesthe MACH BROS. assortment of Oranlle'and Grapefruit Tree. of all leading varie .

    tide* of Incorporation who'aeverahyae- following\ described property situated. In ties. Our trees are budded on good, healthy rough Lemon and ..,.
    kooWtoded their signatures and the execution Osoeola. County Florida. to-wit: s Sour Orange roots, guaranteed free from Insect pests. of any kind.
    .':!of the forecolor Articles of Inoorporatlon. be Cartifloat No. U08 Blocks B C b of H. A. Matt All budded from bearing trees in our groves and therefore true to

    ,L:tW_ free.act and ''deed 'lot the OMS and perrpmen thewa' Addition to K:1aa: IBID.. City.Certlflcate . Livery Feed and Sale Stable. name. Our facilities for growing nursery stock are second to

    thereltt, expreaaedr 120*. BlockV I 3.01 H A. Mathewa'. none and our trees are as floe as mouey and twenty year's exper

    ",._la wltnad wherof I .have...hereunto let my Addition to KtaslmnveaClty.Certinoate : lance can produce. We are making specialty this season of the
    "' hand and. aAzed my onelalaeal.atKlaslmme' BIO. Bloika e-P-Of H,.A. Mathewa' WOOD-:-DRAYINQr .. famous California!< Valencia Late which Is destined to become the .. .

    ..Oaoeola County_ ;State of Florida. on this the Addition to Klsaunma Cltr.X" greatest money-maker FlorMa. Our Valencia buds come dt- :*
    VtoA! ,:,".".". A:. 0.:1MO. Tha .said. land being assessed. << at. the date. of Everything Is New and Flr tClRVe; will 1 reel from the best bearing trees In the district now' famous for producing ( -

    r I, I,11Ioit1'. < ROMA THOMAS. the issuance of such certificate- the name. of Render Prompt and Satisfactory Ser-- I the best Valencia In California.)[ .

    Notary Pnbllo,'Make of Florida, Unkown.Uoleas. vice Day'or iglit. All Kinds Write for Prices to J. W. HOARD' Gotha Pla., or call and see our Nur
    y At Large .said ,,certificate. shall be redeemed so- ,

    t.I' My...OVo. .. wlaslon siplres$ ...February/ mi.f.o "" "" law, tax deeds will Issue thereon on Heavy Hauling. series at Waco on Florida' Midland R. R.DANN'S .

    w r the nth day of February.; A. D. 1-. J
    >; t.; :- Witness ua officiald" naturo and seal (his Ih* ATBCANIAN'SIOLD STAND. IPHONE

    PetUl oq'to Real. Estate.' 12lh day. of January A. D. l_. 113..EMachinery .
    (Seal) ARTHUR' B.: DON EGAN,
    "cMl;. Is hereby flven that undersigned Clerk Circuit Court Osceola County Floilda. WAGON WORKSHIGH

    I Arnold Bans, as Ouardlaa ol the estate. of I 11 By 8. H BULICOK. D. O -
    jte Baa*. Tot Bat, 'l''...... Base, .. -

    "I .."and. AtuT, Base, .minors will apply to the ,
    '(Xran !..*Bd ej>fpeoeola Coanly....State cf'Io"- Notice' : of Application f Guar- Malsby Co: GRADE: VEHICLES MADE TtfORDER -------

    **lda. In piohate, at hi* oMqa! .c.1 tb. onr1 House dian to Sell Real Estate. -
    eo".oa the AT REASONABLE PRICES. -
    la 1It..1\IIae4tla.-14 Woaday, _
    ; \
    lffr A. IBM 10 Notice U" hereby given' that 1 will apply to -
    7 tfar februarf, D. el o'clock
    :;9ed ia"4c.o oreaooa.. tor an,order to sell private the County Judgex,pf Oaoeola County. BtaM of 22 OCEAN ST.-.r. ;. JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
    InlereaU Of the Mid minor Florida, on the llH day. of February,A. D. 1900.
    sale all of lbsrigb4lithe tingines.Saw / .
    following desorlbed real estate, situated for aD q""er to sell at prirat .
    la the of LUtle Carsonr. ml- Mills, Wood-working Machin
    and Interest
    to.fM OaoeoU county, to-wl&I"'the: northwestonarter : ) sl.tual 71) ery-Shingle Mills, Lath Mills and Blacksmlthitig Horseshoeing and Repair J
    of the northeast quarter of SeotloarCaiy0 nor in U* fellowlag daa rib d "al"I rt\: Work of

    : Ie. T ..a.ltIp ThlHy (Mr SonU *. lying and bang In taM County: of Oaoeola ,.I,,. t\/: .r-,. general line of supoltes. ComjSleta .. .,
    Je ( ) > -
    follows to- .:.l .;. If lIoe oarried in stock for Immediate All Kinds Done
    of Florida described M First-class Workmen.
    State ; by VIT
    and :
    fndlvldaalaet .
    Eaai the ..
    M ,
    ,.,... of aaeh *f old .minors being an tsadbpas.lxttfut.restgf.nand 't ... -
    WttiAaglnnlng .
    to tbe Mid MO$ ft west of noctAeat oomer olnorU h"' ....

    baald appUorttop ..a ">.... U t coord"with J H of lot-.12., T. Ss5.. B. 2c. ., .a.d turn ;, ..'\5fj It will f>av you to consult usbuTlng. befope1 .

    BiU'day It.4 In said IhanoeVeet fil ft, Ikfne* outh *M It,kbae. 1"! $he'pgttUos. ) ass.e tl. .._a ile]( deg s t.s n. ....... man. Write for Illustrated. catalogue '
    ...;.", ) ;. . '. ,....., II svla 430 It. Ba.- north ltB II bb.giaelu& 1- Mid price .- J J.- DANN Proprietor ; :

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