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: February 5, 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: VID00371
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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Banquet Monday -111gbt --<; '
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blae Vegetables to the Acre With .1 Here by, the'Cold Wave That. Swept '-.." I. 'I ,

' less fertilizer'Than Any'Other, 1e J 'I Over This Stab ,Last Saturday. .S .' !

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(f Section of the ountty.i . .. : Members of ,the Board of Trade: '.- 'and_Sunday_Nigbts,. ,-- ". I
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Vn"J are requested to. be promptly o'tt hand Monday :
abundantly doesSlhMoll ur- A'gam has It demonstrated that .
So oeen
?rounding Kissimmee produce vegetables night at. '-;5Q o'clock-in the City Council channber.-when' _tblalaectlon( of ITlorlda-ln-a-.peeuUtrljH-4 : ::

fruit and all kinds of farm prod s. favored spot for the coldware that -YI
_, "the Board orTrad wt1C hold its annua4-eieotion of offi S e u t
Dots that ad article detailing tbe fact wept over this stats'on Saturday and line Fall t

I. usually discredited. by those not familiar The session, will last only until 8.50 o'clock'tie. it will be Sunday nights: last did practical) no 4 .. v sa
with wonderful possibilities damage whatever to fruit trees and 4' \ w
of this seoUon. but, we assureour readers necessary for the members to return to. their homes and vegetables in this local,) .althoughthe j r Goods for Men '
v. that.any statement mCte In this pa thermometer' fell to 27 degreed. j \. :
pet that line Is based upon actjial --: escort taftdnd ladles 'of their families to The Gray stone to- That nothing suffered here to any extent . x
know) a of the editor or la furnlhed w'm -' Is due to the fact that J akeT,>bo' ." .. s
the annual banquet which at 9 o'clock. .d\
"t us by persons of unquestioned' ? begin pekallga, a. body of water covering 4 Woinen1' 'a
. veracl y. >he committee on entertainment desire to state that thirty-six; square mile of Bur'ace.'lIe. f' / : \
It has Been demonstrated that eighty to the south while fairly thick woods .
_ barrels of Irish potatoes can be al own they wave been unable to personally see all the members, border tbe west .and northr-both barriers Children is 'UOW\
ground and Vfand to the cold. !"' .
here upon one acre ; request all who desire to attend the banquet -and who few tomato < '
that, too, with very little .fertilizer. i There were a plant. nip : .-. \
' ,Tbe prloe of potato f. o. b. yet ,, ped In.small family gardens, though j '.
have not secured seats to report to Mr. J. C. Moore at ;
.. about-M.60 per barrel.-which means not enough to cause any losi or Inconvenience ., . open for your \, .
that the cross amount a person would the Osceola. Pharmacy not later than 8 o'clock Saturday to the owners, but ail of .
receive per acre for a crop of tbet vegetable the experienced truckers saw to it that j" I ,
would be (300.: Whrn It Is taken night,,asthe, list of applicants for seats will be closed after their beans and such other vegetablesas -- ------
consideration that potatoes can the cool would affect were' protected 1 inspection . ,. ,. :
Into be marketed at least ten days earlier that hour, but it Is '.hoped that every member will attend before the cold wave reached here. j 1 "

here than at. places farther north It Is I this the ,first- annual. banquet of the Board of Trade. While the warm weather of tbe past j 1L :
perfectly safe to say they would bring month had caused some orange trees Ito . .. -
dollar barrel send out new shoots and blosaomsr'there t i\\ eis
least more
at one per
the -return I has not been one grower In this '
which would mean to grower a
locality. who has reported any damage j KAJZ'Si
of $440 gross per acre AccordIng "
done, except. that the buds are set backa S
it costs to the about best*information 3O per acre obtainable alUtold\ to THE BARACA MINSTRELS I EXTRA FINE POTATOES few week,. j I(L :
There the
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a reason why thermometer
.raise. crop of Irish potatoes, that I \?
the soil falls no tower here than at places j jI
"seed amount fertilizer, digging and 1l loading Will Hold the Boards at the Opera Are Grown by Mr. R. D. fuller at much farther south and many have .
been the explanations; for it, but the '
them on cars If those H!cures: are I -8
House Tonight.The Lakeside Groves. stated
,,correct and those engaged In the business true solution seems to" be as I Iabo'e 4 ,
that the lake the side
on one J
.' declare them to be absolutely so, Baiaca Minstrels the members Ou Wednesday last Mr. U. D.I.'uller and woods on the other prevent the "
it takes little calculation to nee that of which are our own home hove; will of ]Lakeside Groves presentedthe Val- cold from penetrating this locality. '
the net profit on that crop In this section be the attraction at Fratern'.tv.Opera! ley 'Gazette with 'Home Early Hose SeveraLportlons of the state especially - 41.
would be $41Q per acre House tonight, and from they. length of Irish. potatoes that are as fine specimens 'I along the upper) end of the east.
Eggplant bas been raised In this locality time thehave been rehearsing ills as ever came under our observation coast report the toiuukoes and beaoacompletely .
for years and always paid well safe to predict they will\ gl'-e In 1'1'00Ito.ble.a they weighing fully three-quar frozen,, up, which means a
but the.season just closing has been performance us most of the ters of a pound ..ach. and as perfect!; in replanting! to make acrupthis lIell"OU. UAszdslk fl,14" "' "6c!lr rlklk+6czDc;.k;;;:;" .&aa/lt '4t
the most profitable from that vegetable ;i traveling professional companies. shape| as potatoes ever get to ITh and from Apopkanorth 1 l _said the 1 '
ever ex|>erienced. As stated in last i I With Dr Snii! >Bonoociip>lng Ihec n' seed from which these potatoes grew oranges. were frozen an hard) as brick j
___k'.. issue, Mr. Ira Wetherboe who and I'at Octobui-
ter chair ami MensrB Moore was planted the latter pattuf; bats.Jn. _
wnll" inagnihoent farm and truck I rick controlling the bones and lnmborine being In the /ground! about ntntty days. the bill freeze of 1805 there were f Spring Fertilizing.
garden on Milliard's Island a few miles the show cannot help being first Mr! Fuller hat live acres in cultivation I fewer proves fro/en here"than In anyother < ,

from this city' has sold over one. thousand -', class, for the fume of these gentlemen> , and) SIMS those ,he.piosenled this section of Florida, and that fact, ,< Be! on time. Give your trees a good start this spring.[ K.t, .
doll It i.s worth from threequartees I I an black-face artists! is state we..:' ollic are a fair sami*'" of what his entire -
Mr.J. I has been largely Instrumental in keeping Help them to throw off the egg-laden leaves that will soon Infest ..
of an acre and his neighbor, wellTtfr \ ;There will be songs and dancing bj crop will Iw.. our count and city in a prosperous .4 the whole tree. Give your tree food, that. I It may work for ,
K. Hllliard did ."<1l1all)' as ii ineinl rti of I pan 3", andit ThelrowlnlC of potatoes is what 'I.
\ of the different\ condition while the balance of the .< .you. Cents now m%dollars Tat..roOn.; Note our three distinct s
K: K.: Hi,'owir, a membei is said. that not a stale joke will boI could t.'t"rme.IIIMide\ with Mr. country was su'uj!' log with a Bnnnoial formulas.
County; School Board-and who Hyes I sprung on the audience. hut that a tunI duller, his main business being that .{
only_a short distance from Town, has I of the: latest! and up to-d/le side-spht- of a citrus grower on a large scale The conditions citauXabove.N coupled SPECIAL MIXTURE NO. I '
done full as well or better than the 1: tint sa>''nc atove-named; gentlemen UK have otli- and he for \ a PERUVIAN ORANfiE TREK ROWER y
(oorasion at an enormous expense giove i-aies quite of am'tiling pranted: that < .
ers in this section. All I( of those. en- great: anxiety of mind which will I l IH- tiumtx'i, of groves for oilier parties, + land can be ,purchased for iKJew, dollars SEMINOLE TREE GROWER -

1 uaued In (growing this. xegetab'e! witb ', i hapdefl!; out to those who a'tend in the and makes. a specialty of netting out au acre: that here 1 is Jound the S want to send booklets the .i-.i'Ve
our especially two
whom we have talked on the and cultivating ( . you
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anbject'l must orltflnul manner yuunp esFREELEQUREON most. equable '!lmtil... on tliisV4N misphere I 4 'rldDjClI d
that they know of no I fiomllinnlr DOW citrus leaflets that are the best '' ever published
I it- say The derived <<
that I.I almost tolaJIv '
tbe '
the country that Is as well adapted to' talnmentwill he placed In.The building on subject. .
i, ihfe
free from that pestiferous insect
i 1111 BIRDS Write for them today. 4'
that it
, the raising wf it as Oils fund of the Haraca Class. it being the during the entire that 4
ootlentl'otlblethaa almost | year "Sprlaa-Timo With Cltrt Tree ." 'Die-Back. CSus.,
its and
_ as little It home of their own Tr.stvest""How -*
Intention to erect a -- I KiHslnimeo. is the healthiest town in .. ,"
the trucking line; that It.. and Wiles to fertilize Cltr" Tree "plaeapploFfrtllUiHg" .t
In handto
,, anything an soon as enough fund are on Will Bz Delivered i in Fraternity Opera Xhe United Stales, Its annual death "Irl." Potato," Florida Strawberr.U. "14..1 = ,
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and there always' .II
is a good shipper justify them In nultfng/ up a hOURI'that \ l'ate"l being 1 less than. three to the one '" Fertilizer etc. '' dl
; a ready demand for it .III the easternmarkets will meet the flass' rl''IlllreOll'nt&andbe House the 16th Instant. that -
on thousand inhabitants: here areas
' an ornament to .the city, therefore fine schools as can be found iu acv 1\\ on our Local Agen.t WATERS & CARSOfll: I ORO- ;t

t : The growing of celery Is virtually\ anew : It In hoped I IhwfwHI out be a vacant ; I tUe ,Valle*' Gazette )stated.hrst/ week state in the union; that. there is less I "N CERY COMPANY or address' '
! Industry here, bup this ,season has neat. In the house when the curium I that a treat was in store for loll. those crime here than in any city its size ID I. '

proven that there Is no blaee In the (roes HI. who loved the bird and wlshedsto, "re- : the country:; that the morals of our I lon & Toomer Fertilizer {Company: .
I cntirec"untrv. exqeptlnir theworld-' Manager lilbeit has. kindly donatedthe vent their ruthless slaughter, and 1 we i people are of the best and citizenship .
famed Kalamaoottthatistheeiiual of'' ue ofthe. Opera| (House for the <>'" are npw prepared to slat that be i in of the highest standard are the ACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.
" ii this section for the growing".of that ] castor, which act displayed a generosity treat >''HVbe_ in the shape of a free l J. things that make this 'the"Ideal-oral .. _1t:
particular getable, M r..<) Homnxio. Beldom'encountoied among ustrated lecture by Mr. Herbert K\ ideal. place for tbe bomeseeker to "1Fz iir'v'w r'YraOr'0'rUi1wrrr'tlr't7rtVr'OF'irRaANW <

who is an'experienced; trucker and aeers of pla'h usell. Job In Fraternity Opera House, On the come and the investor to place his .
. .celery grower, planted ]less than. half The following! Is the program nhl.t.o'the: Kith inst. money:-'the thlngs'whlch will make

acre the past fall, and today,is rean- veniag's' entertainment: ,IOIIn'1 This ]lecture will l be [In the interest Klssiiumoe the foremost [Inland city in 1VAeevraNerN4 1 .-;..WVtf 1N Ab I.-....
Ing his reward in the shape of * Opening. "DarkTown Is Out and under auspices of the Florida Florida] in a few tears and put Osceola
If 'per crate f. o. b. foe his celery as fast Uy. the Company. Audubon Sucletyand, is ,given that In the front rank of this stale's populous i
amp) l_: as It Is blest hed6 ,At that rate he will Specialty. -. "I've Been [ our citizens\ may become' Interested In .and progressive.counties.' \ Stool "
. ""net between eight hundred and one Guy Gardner the movement to prohibit the. killingof ------- upplste ;
thousand dollars for his crop; The Song, '. - "My Honey Lou" plumage and song birds !\Ir..Job $ ,
land on which the celery la crowing By the Quartet halt studied this question for more than OPERA[ HOUSE DEDICATED) $ -
was never cultivated before this present Sketch - "The Tailor Shop" twenty-five years, and Is thoroughly. ,
I crop was planted, and therefore My the ronTpany? ,' In Part. iapablejiLfintextaiiiiDS! Jiia. ..a.udlencii-1 l- ---AN D- -T-AS 18'-- ,
; _. 18-n of vlelaleg ae-abendalitdy--ae .t-tell -SpoTTa1lvr"TnTee; W omen l to'T\ery: His lectures are. illustrated with a.' To Pleasure by the Play of "Peck
next season Mr. Kolundo has less Man"-J. W. Simpson. profusion of colored lantern slides se
I ... than two acres' In cultivation, on which Song T "Under Southern.Sk It's" lected from an almost inexhaustible series and His Mother-in-Law Abroad." i .... ,1
he has cabbage, lettuce strawberries By the Quartet. of pictures taken by him from life EXAMINATION TABLETS ,
caraway cane and several other varieties Sketch "The New Doctor and Her of very many species of all classes of Fraternity Opera House was formally ,
: of vegetables,, and all are doingas Assistant"- George Gardner and wild bird, and from the hummer to the dedicated to pleasure and plays MADE ESPECIALLY, FOR
well as was' ever seen in Florida, Jv Ft. Moore.HOMICIDE. gannet-nesting, eating. feeding the last night bv the Selwirf Dramatic. OSCEOLA HIOH SCHOOL. i
and which will\ net him considerablyover young. living, perching sleeping', and h presented the 'icorn.edy"Peck 't ;.
I two thousand dollars this ,year. what not; also their young, nests and and Ills Mothe.1n.LawAbroad. .' .
Mr. Hansen who owns a small island AT ASt1TONOne eggs/ There was no plot to the ( .
In the lake about one mile from The lectures are designed to Instill play and nobody cared, for there was -
'Ktsslmmee, and who has been truckingIt I ---- Into boys arid girls the We of the no time betw xniu frhs on the part of
since 1896, has 1..ld'aalde enough to I 'Over beautiful and wonderful in the natural the audience 'Took!' for or care what Kissimmee i Drug Company
permit him to pass the remainder of Negro- .Kills Another a world about them l. which will lead them was meant by the title of the 'co01e y. 9e.
his days. enjoying: the fruits of bus labor to form precise habits of observationand There were only six.' actors! on the
Game of Cards. ,
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but he evidently extract; as inucTi lure.them to stimulating, health stage all 'told-three men and three ..

\ for fieachmyethe growing of One negro dead, another a fugitive II ful exessjise outdoors, thus providing women-but they were enough to. keep ""'" "' "" .
; "" vegetables, be adds"to from justice la tbe a game of a refreshing avocation for their whole the audience roarlmr fronrtfae-ttme-tbe I
his already extensive gardens, whichare for curtain went up until the Una) drop.
" "skin" at A.hton last. Saturday after. lives and !giving a kindly feeling
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ranked. among: the best and mostlucrative noon. Richard Bennett and John all God's creatures. The specialties were good everythingthey a a\aaNNNa Na NNewM..N\ --.

. in this favored locality. HenrY Kodgers, with other negroes Our cittaens should fill the Opera said and did was good, and deserve WHAT IT MEANS .
Mr. J. (t.. O'Berry who owns the big houses wherever they .
were engaged in a gambling; game at House on thw, occasion and show an go. '
largest truck farm In thl* section and Black well's"quarters when a dispute appreciation ot the laudable purposesof The FraternityrOpera House.ft.none tear: people dn Dot know what. Bnnk'l Capital H for. or the".dltrer-nee......
. which Is located. about thiee miles west. arose over. bet Bennett taking: the the AudubooVSociety, for it works of the best appointed little playhouses twtea a bank of little or no capital' aud one with a .large eap4tal.A l. --
of town, baa fifteen acres in cabbage: stakes he claimed to have'won Rodgers without price anil without pay its only In the South and will meet all i BANK'S O PIT LND SURPLUS
that are as fine as any ever sent to market left tbe place for a time but soon object being to save the birds from extermination the requirements of this town for yearsto : !I. the fund that protect, the depositors from I...., therefore the larger. it ls the.
ii and many heads will grow _to returned., and drawing a pistol shotBennett by man. come. The drop Is the work of an (r*lat.r proteollou the dnponllore hare, this bank hae a ". -
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weigh a. much as twenty-five pounds. artlst-and brought forth praise from Capital \ 00
bullet the -- -- --
down the entering Surplus fund or......' ... .. .... ....:f.,: 15,000 Oil
,,This farm. is one of the roost thoroughly's neck just above the Klsslmmee Oranges the Best. all who attended the show. The center : Stockholder I liability .... .: : ...:::. 60.000 fA . ':' r
equipped In Florida having an artesian collar bone and ranging downward it is a scene of the battle of Manila : .r.
well on it that flows at least being stated that Bennett: was picking/; During the month of January. Col.! where Dewey either sank or captured i total of... ./. ...-r..r. ....... .. .r.."I1U.UOO
one hundred and thirty: gallons. I some money from the floor C. C. Turlington of this city shippeda tbe entire Spanish fleet while : II Thin meenii that we intuit low, 1111.000,00: before our depoellore eonld IcNe .a t.ea.
up .
minute and every vegetable plantedIs a shot. box; of oranges from his grove tbe frame surrounding it ii bordered' i Thli, protection la lor YOU. r '
yleidlolr' abundantly. While Mr. The wounded man- was brought to few miles south of town to his friend with attractive advertisements oj> our I i STATE BANK OF KISSIMMEE
O1 Merry is connected in a financialway Ktsslramee for treatment but diet Mr. Li. W. Kolb. at Ozark, Ala., and : business houses. ,
with many of our leading enterprises Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'dwclc. An a few days ago received from that All of the orchestra chairs had not = -'-. ..
and Is a man of much means, Inquest was held upon tbe body .and a gentleman an acknowledgment, which : been laced, but Manager Gilbert hd = K'.IMMII.t.: ..a.cI.rll:..... II ,
oJ be yet looks to his truck IorlD of fortyacres verdict was returned holding: Rodgera to'.bring him In ,more revenue responsible for the tragedy. had a box from Tampa after we reoelyed : the purpose. Tbe house will ... 9 President Oaahieri I

than all other of hhi Investments com The murderer escaped immediatelyafter : your., and we must say that seat nearly live hundred and the aocoustics ...--....-:- Maaa aNaNaaN\aNaapNNe .-.....-....-... .y. _.
bined. oranges deal are of tbe best, the faintest
the shooting! and has not'yet been your were a great better ---f
There are, numerous small gardens In cant ured. in fact the children say they were the sound being heard distinctly to. the' ---:;-- ---- --- ,

and around Kissimmee and without --. ----- - best they ever ate. Tne same reputation remotest corners. i -......
well\ -and has followed the Klstimmee or- js --- - -
exception; they are doing Mr. John J. Marshall of Beaver : :
many a back yard Is made to not only Falls lja.. has. accented.a position in ange wherever it goes, and rightly it (John Thompson) Here on the 6th. f.-----.O e.erearp.KISSIMMEE -
supply! the family table but also the the real estate office of Mr. J. M. Will .should for they have no superior. .
housewife with money to buy .the necessities son, Jr. Mr Marshall spent some)I I -- t Manager. Gil berthas secured for tbe
and many of the luxuries for time here one winter several years ago Pay Your Poll T alt. attraction at Fraternity Opera. House '
the entire famlry. and can see a great many Improvements tomorrow ( Saturday) night Mr. John
When we speak of the B mount of In our town since that time. j wooly one weekmore remains In Thompson, the only actor in the wprldwbo ; .LUM8IiR O.2.
money received from the salj) of oele] hlch to pay poll txesld! qual1f'LQ -gives an entire vaudeville entertainment . ; ,.-
__ -I'.Rpla.ot.9Otal.04l.. or NY other vote in the city electlonl Better pay. alone. During the performance g.
one vegetable we mean for that particular in this section Is continuous all\ of I now, or you may forget it. Mr;Thompson! will sing about fI
crop and not for the entire which usually finds a ready sale in the -- --- ---- --- sixteen comical BOORS and will Introduce ", ..." ,
vearrarsqme would suppose, especially eastern and western markets. Mr. RObt. Dobegan manager; ,ofHopkins' ten different character, each -
thoserliving In tbe north where There are thousands of acres of land I Deer Park Stock Farm" Is character different nationality and Rough and Dressed
only one crop Is raised each year. In surrounding Kissimmee Chat lire just making the experimentttf feed IDa- ODe appropriate.dialect.[ He never leaves ,
the case of Irish potatoes It takes as good and will produce as abundantly hundred head of native beef ottlle formarket the stage until the performance ends; "I ,
about ninety days to markot: a crop as that now in cultivation which : lie has them In the Wayside he dresses himself put on his wigs,
. from the time it is pl..ot.ed.w"ea beans : can be purchased for a few dollars an pasture near town and is fatteningthem "makes up" his face for eaoh shams Pine. "rot
* or some other vegetable la put in tbe acre, but each year Is witnessing more oo cottonseed hulls and meal. ter right before the audience so that .. ;
same soil and so on until the time arrives and ,more of it being bought up and Mr. Donegan keeping an accurate I I they can see hq/w/ an actor "makes up"
foe: another potato crop. And' converted Into truck gardens, and It account of the cost of feeding and i in his dressing room. The prices of ;. .
'all be before this town Is when the cattle are marketed will be j 1 this .. -- .. ""
the same applies to vegetables will not long admission to performance 25, ,.!, :;r.
grown In this locality-as soon as one known throughout the United States able to determine If his experimenthas : : I 36 and .CO cents, and reserved seat HOUSE BILLS= "SPECIALTY.booou, ''r
is out of the way another is putln as the shipping point of the greatest been a financial success or oth""I tickets are DOW.on sale at. the Osceola : : . \
'glade-.o. the 1 growing_of garden truck trucking.aection in the ..outllL' wise.' Pharmacy- -- -- booou .oc<< '" '- Y'I

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One-Third Less Than (a this... North., Wast 1' .
Co.l Pror.. Voluble When It I* ", -
S'u For the Farmer Backed the era and Weeterb. State.. 'G.a.r .. .
L 1 By Made
9"it Washington.'DCAThe',bulletin 114 Malady, Is a Grave Menace to Into BrtqucU. ,No an Pacific .railway baa; .

;. .S U. S..Government.: Southern Health. Washington, D. 'C.-Mllllong of tons to I electrify' Its -system "
.,. ll1 rla&'e.ana dlvoNle; just .'compIled of coal maybe: / saved to the country - of tha west. '

TO BE ON IRRIGATED LANDS by the .bureau of the'census; ,contains through the Investigations of the mountalD reported that a
some astounding detailed Information' technologic branch, of the United ,' .uUI.. the water power .t

.JI'_.>rs of the Fixture to in :t wa. with regard to divorces tabulated by States Geological surve)-., into tbe' create'eJectrln
.Live DI.! .... Has Proved'Veritable briquetUng 'A'I
Scourge of coal. For several Secret' "
elates 01 years '
causes -divorce, and tbit' &)ar i Jg-perfectly
''\. :...d to U...A.ut4., Trollvy and ties to which granted<< in the Old World and: H.. Good this 'branch of the govaxnenthasbeen : Roll purpose will Immediately' be *

.: ..H.... c. ReachFarmCbic&zo . ,_ TllA.JniTAUf lont tftwt conducting a series of *
,-- - L co.era-a-t erJocL .--- ,- ",,. ... j tbe plalf
of twenty yeara-...from 1887 to 1906 men .-' --hope"ofstopping.,the -_ : lntp.opraUoD
\ 111.-A' N.wjon
; now aocaorder\ Inclusive The- divorce tan8t1cs .were Washington: t>.* C.-Looming VD asa tremendous waste In the use-of fuels' Nort ....VlaDca, 'J'
or-.farmer of
Is pictured by (iTorgo', c piled fromthe grave menace to health conditionsIn and one of. these was the making of : ,
records of thoCQUrt ,
k .Barslow ot tearstow Texas ; Neepawa, Manitoba the
president ,
\ the Eoulll is the recent appearanceof : briquets-out of slack or wa8te tcoal.
granting divorces! the
his' : purlng Charlotte O. 'welt
\lnt-ernIUlonaJ Con
v Jrrlgatlon twenty a deadly dlseana known to medical This flnb coal, which baa not nearly .Tray.
'iiss-who i in Chlcagoon business yearperiod, a. total number Cape : > society at' Baton .
sekntlstas the value of 'tho" .
"pellagra. lump coal because
cannected"- otmarrlages.j-ecorded.was !2b2q44! the .
with "The-TjlB
% : galliffllnj ob.'helli' I In '- iII--a'-verlniblescourgeIn .of thedifficulty Jn burning mix
the : -
same period the number of air( *r,- \'
In Seattle next summer. vorces was inn. Old 1 World and the nosslbll' ed with five or 'slx .per cent of water with "Hitchcockpostmaslev> -
945525. In other words, -
tracts ot land where the one Ity of Its becoming endemic In (the I gas pitch and pressedInto cakes or nt-elofct Tar'.cab
marriage out bf thirteen told.
: :
4 .-wlll.nQUJ:! : hard
southern la bricks fight
.! by no means re- by powerful machinery. a
1't The
--d1Jr1ftg-HIi1t--1tt'f"lo Ht-4mu4- .
latownfrorn; ; which they will hasten ----- -
"ni'oldT In
----i -Several h-nntlTTd bunting South
nated In the divorce court.- \- I 1'onll-or"1hell..111'1: no." .
fcy the aid of fast horses-or In .'
automobiles ? 01' several centuries "pellagra" Is'' qtiets 'Were mada at the fuel-testing ; finally killed 'bis Dtiar>
In tho during
or\nterurban state of Georgia, -the
j .cars, to cultivate known tp have existed Jn Ihq Old plant at St. Louis, Mo.; and later atNorfolk proud of his .
twenty-year period covered by the Investigation aboard
the lolt\was the "new thlng'Which World but Its In the couth Hitchcock rushed Into.
there were recorded 401- presence' Va: This prepared file! wasused' who .
the Irrigation expert declared 266 marriages. !'The. total number otdJvOl'cell has been but recen'tly discovered. It In a ihimlier of tests by different latest the wounded animal and '
.would soon bocotte a fact,. probably has 'exrsted for several 'ears railroad close that his
4, ) companies and In InStance q arter
was 10401. .Therate In every
Mr. Barctow 1 la Xno'wn as the "fa 'iii that section af the but almost
country, the briquets torn off.
ther of Irrigation Georgia, fhj'reore'as;!' only onethird"of furnished l more al
medical men have failed to recognize -power with less weight of fuel than lumber Dlaat at Rowe> ,-
t He has been that for (lie country at Jarge. station1
a prime mover In Inducing
its the .
t t the federal< government A moat significant/ fact brought out presence. I run-of mine coal from -the- same less county South Car- -
to I Now, however, this peculiar disease :
They further showed less million
nearly four
build tho by this .ronorl Is the eflett upon the news
systems whlcnVwlll
.,. umkuI has been .diagnosed true pellagra smoke
"- coal and Indicated The plant was own
marriage rate ot changes In economic No
leruie over ,8.000,000 acre v land mid the Credit for Its discovery in the that (heir use at terminals & I. H. and
conditions the propeg uiake was
rate Increasing In
once de periods
a ert. N "
I roiuli belongs to Past Assistant Surgeon might 'do away with a large part of largest lumber in
it liOn these ''governmentNjructsthat of prosperity and declining withan cutter mU.
C. H. Lavender of the public
the smoke .nuisance from the railroads of the state. is
Industrial decline and in brief .
the a scene
old l
., Isolated farm honiH IstorTJecomo.
; hand service. lie has
period In the big cities of the country. one hundred thousand .
fojjowlng] alter The
; a panic. Tbus -
a of the
thing N
\ ninde thorough Investigation of Inc
The government 'Is laying otlt I the panic of 1 t93. thj normal was disease and has Amt recently made auexhausllro I In co-operation with the navy department of I ml is supposed to have
: towns halted and for the following year an a series of tests were vannah fre.
every nve miles he said. ;
repoit elm his observationsto .
) made on the torpedo boat Diddle 1 ii .
1ual l decrease off
Thus was recorded lint in'ku news
no farm will bv much
more Surgeon General Weymaii.Pellagra .
| Hampton Roads and the briquetsweight Washing ._
tbalrtwo' and 11'0 there Vas-an" OJlC(1ilti J\1..Jargo ; the too.
one half miles (
is malady caused by the -
; for weight'with the.coaleuc..!
town. The farms will be small lu inciease. with suitable emblems.
1 eating ot spoiled maize, and produces -
to 40 acres, and the farming inten A noteworthy fact Is thai marriage I Iii 'jie rsons afflloted with It a sort or ceeded/ In generating much more pc_>-' .. to Orvllle and,,Wll-
er hut there
sive. tnder these circumstances the rates ant higher In the south than 1 Intoxication. The disease generally was very little differ ship ly' congress in recogni
'In the north Next to the south the ence In Mho amount of smoke. 1 >led
-termers will livelit 2,000 people enjoying all the benefits went shows 'NIC highest marriage rate. the rural population poorer who subsist very; ,I To the navy these<<; tests are of the The <
of urban I1te--'lIo, < luirChea' Ten slates amk lel' llorl,,'" had a mar- greatest Importance. The fact that a \ I u and"or"lhelr"ablllty.
largely or exclusively on corn moM
and social life. At the ,salll<' time rlagit. rule In vVcess of 40 per 1,000 usually prepared by boiling corn meal the briquety! give; mote power than urday in navigation I la

they will bo within\ au ,I-UHV i-cach of adult unman/ led 'jjppulation, as follows In alt watcr called. "polentla" In It (the coal means that a vessel carryingtwo A BUCC\MI

( their farms as Is the average: Chlcu-' : aly.: IJr. Lavinder states thai In pellagrous thousand tons of briquets will be off Hoot has Informed the
Loan of his bublnenH. Tennessee. 40.4; GeorRla, 42.2; capsble of steaming, a farther -distance mains
countries the corn Is often on foreign affairs
"A tide from t h<, city to I he country Utah.; 43; Alabama 43.7>t Mississippi) of n poor' quality, gathered t before than one with two thousand or / of an Insult to the
baa 439; Oklahoma 46 "'1( <11146.11, tons of raw coal. In lime of war this t ,
already bpI in..Mnny collegegraduates ; ; ; \ mItuImitand not properly "cured and in Prague, Bohemia,
have chonen 'farinjn. Texas, 47.E; Arkansas, 54.4Xand Indian would I bo very desirable. especially if The--
; on irrigated stored, bo that parasites more easily foundation. It aoDoars
; for their lifo work. Territory 6:>.5. N the fleet were In foreign waters, far I ship C /
traces ,. dielop upon /It.In from' coaling stations and a British! flag

: TANKhlTFLEET. AT filBRAL TER. !8E-UNION SCOTTISH KITE MASONS the preface of his re-port, Dr. I I A report on the results of these I II (bound\\eems. 'I over a photographer's
_. .L1\\ln, .
""i --- tests has Just been made to ''he Geological / pro
; First Division of Battleships at Fam To Be Held In Atlanta's New Temple to believe that perhaps pellagra. Survey by Professor. F'. eel British flag, nqt the
"Hjay lie quite prevalent In the southeitvRtates tom down
Rock. was n
ous In
April. I M. Goes consulting engineer In ing the '
Gibraltar,-The first division of I the Atlanta Oa.-The dedication! of At. but Is IInre'ognl7.ed.'lIh Charge of locomotive tests, ife sees ) final decisions have
United Slates Atlantic lanta's In t HIP -past two or three years,. for ( with to Im
fleet composed new Masonic Temple now ma-ny advantages to the railroads In yet regard
;- (If the Connecticut Vermont, Kantian abort completed wrll/ mark a general Home reat, >on or r'aBotlf unknown this the use of briquet. changes, I is now

'' and Minnesota, mjirer"command of revival ailiioug thai branch of the Ma disease has .rapidly lucreabcd !III numbers I The tests as a whole Indicate that Stories that Baron Kouon

I: Rear Admiral Sparry, arrived here. sonicfraternity. known us the Scottlsli and 1 intent t of territory affected. (many low /grade coals now considered ambassador to the Unit .
bents alose res'1iili1ftYi'Cto '
From the moment the glistening Kite I'ellBKra useless may makean admirablefuel will be transferred io- -

A. white hulls of tho American ships Plans lire under way for a spring' the accepleuSdCMcilptlon" of'pellagraai a mud t Ihllll':Add. to the supply of colxed I \ I I general shake UP. and
It InXhe Old World, although ,
; '. Wore merit specks upon) the blue wa reunion of the Scottish( Kite to beheld occurs < I the ('ounlrwhich Is being used at a reports c Bakhmetleff. former

:,' .' ter of the Mediterranean, every coign *n Allalnu ne&t 1 April. which will differently Nhi, some particulars > -' rapid) rate.: I I and tl Japivu will! be pplnted
of vaptage on the rock of Gibraltar. I lir'.iiK! to the city many of the nnd the acute OVSCH greatly prep =No ( p at Washing

was occupied and by the time thej ul..hed and I pioiulnont" citizens dlSIIIl'1 I moderate. and the rumoi't-ility Is high."Blnte OLDEST MAN IN COUNTRY, I II 1 here ; "- .. i .
serloou character -
It Is of ,
were ready to rouixl majestically Into I countr)'. Ijicludincr lIon James D. a 'i lion of -
., . . a L and epidemic. In nature, dNires "rLavlnder I Dies .in West Virginia Aged 0n0 Hundred \
", UUt nal'ilOrlIe entire I population) n i(If uri of Tennessee, the grand commander ="
semod to be massed on the water of the southern jurisdiction "knowledge!,: concwjItiR It and- Fifteen years. I Ir"c.o. of murder, ari8 and
of much to I I "Wheeling was b.
front. 4, and tho full official divan of the supreme Is becoming Importance W. Vn..Henderson Ore-
J, Two Hrltluh and the the chief the American ph> Mcian, and otpefcUilly means, Known to bis the oldest man and Involving '.
buttleShlpft council
and 1 .
I to the practitioner In the soul he>u j! In West Virginia, and probably the I IKoldeFtniBn I ( ( that the offenses
tour .
ships /of the second cruiser body of I the rite whose headquartersare jured leal '
of a poll
squadron, just t returned from South Washington, 1.). C. states. In the t'nlted States- died ,I "'lIrl will not bo extradited.
American waters; two KusHlun battleships During the lInlon the degrees of' .I at\tho home of his grandson! ClarkCrornfnns. : conlirin ,
JU8AN.; OFFICiALS CLASH!! ; was announced by Hec-
near 1'olnt I PleasantMa-
and two protected crullers! tin1 rite, fourth to thirty-second inel'j..ive | Ilieio' I Root..
A French gunboat and a Dutch gun t> will bo conferred with full ceremonials n President Lock I son cbtnit.v, aged 115 years. II* was quakes
President and Vice
I Ftrnng a>i/l hearty to the time of his coming to Washing
boat, lying Inttldy the breakwater for 1h<> first time In Atlanta Hliot-ka
.H orna.I I death falTHK by the roadside on lila marts of thc country
with sides manned,I, llagsidlpplng> ami on dcdlratory. clans of more than I reports /
banda playing (the l tao hundred, 1 I Havana. "ba.-The first serious way home friirn the, grocery; store. He placing of 111 national
L greeted! Aineiicans \ representing every section bated I
1' a. each In' turn entered and l l tn'rt toil., I i, of Ccorgia, and< the handsome clash between President Gomez and, WHS removed. Rpine and died a few J iccelved Washington'i.Lincoln In front of the
Vice President) Zsjan. which occurred [ minutes later. PH.. father and moth- provided In the
American ships io>.j>nirded 1mb n lid perfectly 'appointed' apartmentsof durliiK .
when tin proposal was made to appoint er are said to hffvp been the first liibtt-ad of at the
S im flags and music, the band l on hoard the rite on the upper floor of the I t thu '! I \\'eet
i the Connecticut playing the nalloim Temple will be dedicated and formally Ricardo\ Arnnuto chief of the ,couple mar ,tied west oC the nlue Ridge at the east end
was (
anthem of' each country reprvbviited I opened. SuTlio apartments Include secret police In place of JOKe Jerez, Mountains, In Vlrgnla! >v Ills mother to capitol, while the Wash
the largest stage of modern construction .who resigned I upon the demand of .died, at 120; his wff at >)1. lie was from Up I U In the center.

$10,000 A WELK. yet erected. the southeast. Con Secretory of Government Alberdl I. has cmci time first settlers of the Ohio Ilal approved by the
tracts for the scenery, more than ono resulted In a victory for Senor Za- I valley, coming!, here from Virginia at .

.- :"Offered Pretidftnt'Rooievelt to Appear hundred piece necessary properly Bh, who, it Is believed l, presented auultlmatunrTJiat I the age of 18. He has 70 grandchildren present term of Secre-

With .Circus.i exemplify the work together with a ho would Immediately I 131 great-grandchildren and 10 ; Interior James Rudolph

I Washington,'1>. C.-An offe; ot $10 mammoth lighting! / plant, to,.coat approximately resign-!:: It the obnoxious: appointment- great-greatrgrandehildren. He 'never .Douglas he Is slated for the
a 000 ,per week for anengagement 01 12,000 have been closed, was made toeted llo'Cor or tobacco In his life. accoring' -

thirty Weeks with an'orgf.nlzallon to and will Installed. as quickly as tho Yieldinpf'to the urgent remonstran Now t" Urla'
: .. be known as "Hoo. evelt'* 'Congr.esg o artists can complete the work --, eec and threats of the rIce president .. TAFT! _m PANAM ., / what his resignation to>
Rough Riders," baa been formally! safe and a storm of protest from all quarters "
It Is to assume that"nothing; President-Elect and party Arrive In cent and I lt>l reported that
,. mada to Pretldent Roosevelt by a ambitious as.this reunion has 'ever President (lomeziannounced ho Canal _Zone" Safejy. torney will maR& no nomina-i' ., -

1 former circus man acting for a Bridge I been undertaken by Scottish Rite Masons would appoint Jose' Ugarte chief. Colon, Panama. President-elect ernment ( but. wi -&eave the
port, Conn. syndicate. In lila letter :Much relief is expressed that the r
of the bout 'crn Jurisdiction, ami Taft made his eighth trip across the World Taft_to flIt_when the
tl the circus I threatened t trouble between General i iOomez
man an appoint the Indications are that Masonic students I Isthmus, and everywhere was greeted I thorities 1110 oraco on warcn 't.
Jej;. me ll lie consldorB ; and Senor Zayas has I been
.. JlO.ouo a week fronL. all'Am-erlca will gather at with marked demonstrations of ;,: permit medals In a glass -
: COlngr-some. Atlanta to- wHn_- the <> averted. i was In .
-- igood ulll.Vlth.bJs/ pay Mr. Taft war department were
---- -
t The syndicate Is ready to furnln er-emonfeR'I. I
and work.
enjoy the fclgnl&K
and by who en
.. TUCSIN Of WAtt landed at Colon proceeded; : galne
car or two. All the ----
private: luesaent -- ---- -
I special/ train to Culebra, where he building. .
---- -
lB asked to do is io make EXPERTS TO GRADE COTTON.
_t Bulgaria: Delivers Belligerent Not to is quartered at the residence of Colonel dent. because they can not
apeparance In the how. 'Ills I
41 part : chairman of the Pan It Is They were given- to
the Poweiit. Goethals
.; 'will be to lead a charge of San Juan Official' Standard To Be Fixed by Gov.
The His signing have been on exhi
Hill,, followed by a Buffalo 1)111 outAt. ernment. Sofia, Bulgaria. Bulgarian ama canal commission. receptionby
Washington. D. C.-The personnel government delivered a note to (be the Panaman pfflclals, both<< at Colon means years

., Washington, D. C.-Secretary Loe of the committee of expert cotton representatives of. 10.0 powers, complaining and Cule>bra, was most cordial. ome's vr appropriation

-. said that the offer of a circus man at classifiers, which will meet here on of the Irreconcilable and uncompromising The United Stales cruiser North I plaining !; to the house there Is .

i. Bridgeport, Conn., of $30OOOO( to PreaIdent February 1 to establish an official attitude of Turkey and] Carolina, on which Mr. Taft sailed | and that 11.208,820 over the

-I Roosevelt to appear In a Rough standard for the various grades of declaring that the porte must lie nisponslble IronV Charleston and tho convoy ty of the department for its

.: :t Rider exhbltlon in connection with cotton In conforpilty with an act of for Iho' consequences.( crulsdr Montana arrived at Colon. the the present year al

: ,the circus was "tQo absurd to merit congress, was announced ;e; notice." tary of Agriculture Wilson as follows of the powers but draws theIraU..ntlon splendid weather conditions. All by $1,739,700 than was t
: to the tension of the situa members of the party wcer In good "Don't secretary of agriculture.

a DEBTS (OWED TRUSTS James A. Airey. New Orleans La; tion. health. -- I of the Abruzil U the

J. S. Akers Atlanta, Ga; Clinton H.I I New has succeeded In reach- ..

: > Void According to Decision of U. Baker, Lowell. Mass; F. M. Crump, LIARFIELUWILLRETIRE._ WIRELESS TELEfilUPIl SAVES SHIP. age of I Mount St. Ela Alas-
1 Memphis Tenn, John Martin Paris out -in -
3. Supreme Court. ; Instead
Secretary of Interior to Return to Air Massage Culls Tugs to Aid of
_, 'Washington, D.
; -. Continental Wall Paper Company vs Lo"'lsV.. Parker.- Greenville ; Wshlagton. D. C.-James II. Oar- Norfolk Va.-The Inestimable value cisively, the appropriation aka

-- Lewis Voight &; Sons of, CincInnati Nathaniel N. Thayer, Boston. Mass; fleld.l secretary' of the Interior.. will of wireless telegraphy was again lice the Alaska boundary.

__ was decided by the suprem trAirt: o( and Charles A. Vedder, Galveston not be Inthe Taft cabinet, and be demonstrated in Hampton Roads, mony is one bf the peaks .

: the Uniteda.tates! in Volght's favor Tex. _ _ _ will not e' an ambassador of the when -a message flashed- through the tee by the boundary
: The suit was brought by the com country abroad. air, telling of the collision of the Old "I evidence of the dim
Given for
on a debt of the Money Airships. the work of mark-
r p&ny $57,000, pay Secretary Oarfle-ld; In the course of Domlalon- Hner Hamilton with a car
meet of which 'was resisted on the Washington D. vetffi / the ) between Alaska and
C--Hy - an depaitmental business, admitted that barge of the New York, Philadelphiaand
ground that the paper 'company IB atnl.t. appropriation of ':>00,000 the house be would not
In effect the decision holds of representatives' mado liberal provision next administration and stated that assistance. Within five minute. tugs even a has been asked by tbe

.t that an admitted trust organized con for further experiments by the he had made all preparations to go were en routo to the' scene, and the street for this work in ad

-p.- trarjr to the Sherman anti-trust law army, with balloons and airships for. back to Cleveland Ohio, and resume Hamilton badly battered. but afloat coming reglar "appropriation of

cannot. use-the court to collect debts use In warfare. the practice of law. was towed to her pier. not be :

:' -: ,' GRAFF AT MESSINA. I $500,000 Deal lo Naval Stores. (UBAIIIVEN TO CUBANS. NEWSY!ARA6RAPHS questions fisheries affecting dis the

: dais Diverting Fund-from 8ufX. Pensacola. Fla.-The largest deal Governor Ansel of South Carolinawill Dave fisherman In tbe I
T In' naval Gomel Takes Oath and Americans. North America, was
: f.r....' stores property. Jo be con not veto state-wide
a prohibition
Sail Away. an Important confer
u summated In the south In
London. Ellciand.--Convinced
that many years '
bill which appears certain to pass In
General ,
Havana Cuba.-.MaJor Jose Koot
consummated here
f 'only American and English relief was when the
i Williams Naval Stores Miguel Gomez was Inaugurated president the present legislature, although the was Minister of Justice
plmltteeNre honest Italian Company of
correspohjlenti prohibitionists are not strong enoughto for the
Pensacola and Savannah of the restored Cuban republic, Foundland, and
of Knglish: purchasedall lUnt.
papers are
urg It over his veto. He was neck was
hour after he had
-- and an taken pass Aylesworth of Ca-
of t-he
of the
lug that dbnatlona! to earthquake acte property J. H. Saunders I
tie solemn oath of office, admin elected on a local option platform, crowd The Questions at
Company in this the
tere,. be turned, over to them. city, consideration -
would not what few
but he say positively
being $500,000.( ) istered by the chief justice of tile submitted to The
Charges of graft against officials
: are supreme court, the American officials he would do. It Is understood the execution. soon the
I 'made. Rioting baa broken out IImOn'gI have been> led to feel of a I
;4 Central Bank Favored. who had been In control of afflalrs prohibitionists spoke an agreement. .
>the jn-Sererm at Calabria who
; are since the autumn of 1906 had departed sure he will not oppose them. saying:
aware of the fact that they are not Washington, ri.: C.-A central bank from the island Peter Wambold shot himself deadIn "If i aside more than $lw-

,- 4 getting tbe relief! Intended fort them. Issue for the United States will be The American provisional governor a telephone ooo\b In a Brooklyn ty where work, accord-

i. Tbe.mayor and prominent .citizens of the recommendation of the first national Charles E. Magoon who escortedGeuera.1 drug store aftao. calling up hi. wife doubt but received at the

r.- '.: u" -.Mesulnavwereprosecuted on graftcbanres. monetary commission. Gomez to the palace and and Instructing her to listen for; the a few which shows that
The worta, of distributing The postal savings bank bill has lit. this life are losing
there turned over to the reins 1 shot. "I am going to kill myself as 'ne
-- 2O0Q.000 relief funds is progressing. tle. If any, chance of enactment at of government sailed on the new 1 can't stand things any longer," he little the dirigible bal -

: .. alow*...,. \ this session. ? "xt4x I Maine for the United States. I said over the telephone. future auxiliary. .
', ---
: .

''fit r HPBIOEi CHAZES HORSES. : norida Track Killed By totd.pen.acol' :' ,t' NEW STEEL ((;OMIN magnate James, M.was QuDey.unanimously the Plttsburg chosen oil as report adversely on the 'judi& . -

-. Aniai.; at New Orleans Fjsed, on Fla. - That tie! eorfy Will. Replace Best Steel Nov* vMad the Pennsylvania member of the demnoematiViiatiOnal Consul to file engaged with in

:>. : >;' *> Each Other. fruit and vegetable crops In thiijien-. In America. committee to succeed the
corporations state
:, New 'Orleans. La.-A remarkable Ion of Florida have.lteoapractically'. Londong Eng1and-Jobn: Oliver 'Ar Janyrlf Kerr for, deceased.the position Guffey the wasd.t6ated New ,forth their financial .
V' :''case! horsei drfyea mad from hunger ruined by the cold wave Is almost nold. professor of inetalurgy at the convention. pen- ed States tB,. and Information

.- > |nd turning teeth upon the living I a foregone; conclusion, for with tem- Shemeld university( scouts Amid reCarnegie's Xer i and lr organization and I
flesh. of:;each other, was, reported to leratures far below freezing the trees prophecy 'concerning u With the harbor enveloped In b liner 1

-'- *
Cmalty to Animals bere.t warm-weather of the past taw<< "weeks He said-he, had Information enai. German Warship Freya now" lying In Grand was made a special '

.' I# 4 Th': horse *were-locked: up Jn a&b.amd1eftfordayI causd fruit trees to bloom.The lag biro to declare: that the, best 1i1gh the fensacola harbor was sunk folloWjng a train th District of' CO.. .

r- "ithout foodr.wateiv cold here ts more severs) than klnce grade steel. In existence would' aooi a collision, -- !some piling slgla. terrltorles ,of the' "- .

'I- ., ; tBotora dying they- gnawed the-rreez."of 10 :years ago, AIM! It U be out of date. There woukt be Q The officers and men on board wete York; } in"couimemoratioa". ::ol. _

- 1V'tie Jails'aod ton place., from the eared that It baa extended into the the market he said, soon a new Tht.] forced ,.to swim two hundred yard to at \ : Lincoln, by -

Y Iisu.ofsach. r 0th.!. !, _, orange beJt-.ot tb,' south. lab steel better tbaja aay now iuow! ,_Wbpft-f.. i sador at e. cor.

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The hour which succeeded, now I I
"a' S2SZfl , slowly yet swiftly they dragged -

,:: a :I their.Still torturlDc'lenethl!, fast or slow,, the. hours" went *S&uafn%; $ I Asore'flhrocis! : a '

\ .
: he 0000000000000000. ,.' by. Glynn was finally overcome with

e. fatigue and -sleep so enjoyed a few : '"
: t -, hour of blessed, oblivion: dangerous, malady ,

.i.. . (HI1 'Lamb. 1 : He :woke' with a; startled 'sense of i biflyou\ dorfU need to:
" ,f, wrong-doing In. having forgotten even &rious ,

: M for a moment the awful uncertainty I I > %sockaround. '

,, J that had ,laid its curse upon him, and .

: : ER.-r colIecUng hts. th6uglilsr; remembered : neck 1 c cure iBALL'ARD'S '!
:' vI1di. :By'MRS.. hi* 'surprise at not having' ;-received I'' your .. ,!

; a te.legraphlc'meBnage ge from La bert.
I t i52.5'2.S .S?.S2s2s S True, he might not have .ueceedec\at\ 1 Montana during 1907 produced

once In seeing his supposed ,daugh. sapphires worth' $229,800' .

k -. .CHAPTER,.VI.Pursuit. ._ .' 10.. no other mark of violence. The In.tenllon ter. :
.'. evidently was to throw 'the The etpected communication.came( I' Of the 11,000,000: famines in SNOW4jilJINIMENT

,Clynn 'hat}' known some rough parcel (It was tightly' rolled up) Into however,, before- he sallied forth to'' Fra.nce.nelrly. 2,000.000: are childless.

times:In his life but the Seine; but It fell !short, !and. the renew the restless! .round: .. ot, yesterday ,". -'
a stupendouscalamity "
TTas "of
p. river was low. You"recognize; the Louisiana; l 7,80ooPb acres
each ai. had pow overtaken dress" "Officer 'nflstalten. A fresh track. marsh lands which, If properly treated

'him can only happen opce In an ex "Yes; and now?" Am off to Marseilles. Will write." would'- xhlblt great.fertility. will euro flint throat .In abort order im u
Istence. Little than twelve
more '' "This proves nothing," said the Im In a" sense this was a. relief; but Dallard's Snow Liniment ponot,rates tho pores,'promo tIng -
hours before he had thrilled at Elsie'stouch perturbable M. Claude.. "The dress Marseilles? that seemed the most unlikely I There will be new flat houses builtIn Iroo circulation, giving tbd muncloa mora elasticity.

and dreamed of winning her dellberately't either place to find the object of their New York City durifig the next
love I Why had he not accompaniedher was thrown away, RHEUMATISM,CUTS,SPRAINS, BRUISes' "
4 to divert attention on a wrong scent search. However, all places were un- year to accommodate 82,000 fatnilles, 'CURES
.. to'her house and,seen her safely WOUNDS, OLD SORES, STIFF JOINTS i
to rid of likely. Lambert had better keep/it
or simply get an encumbrance
:within her -father's door. ." hand In Paris. Hewould wrltej:;{nd- .New York City Is a liberal pay BURNS AND ALL PAINS. '.
After a hideous night, during master. For each minute of the dayIt \ i iBT3
Then you have not advanced since beg him to return. 'I I,
which he did not attempt to undress. yesterday! '" Glynn had taken his hat and was pays $132 to Us more than 00,000 GAVE INSTANT RELIEF.Jlonry :, *

:IliJe Gbrnn\ 'L'Eveque.was' early next morning the "Not much: i have Ibund that M. at the door, when some one knocked) I servants-..,. Sfcono :Provo Utah 'vrrltea? "I havo uned Bollard's '

. K Vincent. Is at Bordeaux but alone." and Deerjng. entered, well dre sed.1 Snow Llnlmonfc for Noumlgla, -Tobtb-acho and bore: Throat,
. Lambert looked less Terribly agitated ""And have you seen M. Deerlng" cool distinguished-looking as Mrs., Sarah E. Armstrong, of which upon npplicatlongnvo! rno instant relief. 11 can rceom-i l

than he w vas the day before said Glynn quickly. but with a somewhat haggard aspect Youngstown, Ohio after teaching for mend it a* being tho Unit Lltfrment I have over used. In curing

but he had an exhausted stupefied "Yeereturned II. Claude, lookingat and a set sinister expression -about ty-one years In the public schools' has pain caused from Neuralgia, etc.) '

air, as If nature could not hold out him for'an Instant. "He came toseek his mouth.'I retired OB a pension. ,. PRICE25c, 5Qg AND Sl.OQ -
much longer He wa dressed and you have beard nothing .. -
tidings of"tbe'mlsBlng young suppose
ready to go out however and as he, fresh no discovery of any cine to There has Just been erected on the .
lady in whom be seems deeply In- '
;wis top soon for the appointmentwith terested.*' the whereabouts oL.ainbert's daughter Bass Hock the' precipitous Island of Ballard Snow Liniment i Co.
M. Claude. Glynn accompanied the Firth of Forth, off the Haddlng-
? he asked.
"You do not, then, believe that .
... - hIm to see Madame.DavlllleiH.. ,. beencommitted,anygreatcr'1me"bas' he "Nothing. Her father 'went down tonsblre coast, a new forghorn which -- ,,--- '-SOO-5Q2-North Second: Street, -- .
They found her still much agitated. has coat $200,000.Although h
faltered to Bordeaux yesterday at the suggestion -
She received Lambert with affectionate ,
"All things are possible but I hope of M. Claude to Identify a girl
sympathy but talked In a strain 'described as resembling Miss Lam there are over a million l
that before many days 'are ever .
that maddened Glynn. The chef de you specimens of Insects In the British
bert. I have Just had this telegram
will hear from the lady her- '
la surete bad evidently communicated young from him" Museum, scientists say the largest Sold and Recommended by
self. I believe It is an unusually '
to her his own belief that Elsie bad clever case of elopement I have "Ha!" said Deering, on reading it. part of the, Insect world has not yet. f

fled willingly I "I doubt If Lambert will afford M. been discovered or named. mX'
' communicated with the English police For.Sale at ROBERSON'S DRUG STORE.

'It is not for me to Judge the habIts -! ; but" an eloquent shrug- Claude much assistance. I fancy ,- n.. -, ___ ______--- r
of other nations," said madame some of his raffish associates have Italians of the poorer class generally -
"they have fewer facilities than
... "but the results of such freedom as Is My telegram yesterday wad too late we. carried off the young lady and he Is enjoy good health. This Is partly KISSIMMEE
permitted> to American attributed to the fact that the 'work- 7
young gjlrls! to catch the Dover mall boatnotthat too much In their power to be very
'cannot fall to be fatal! That dear earnest about discovering or'l punishing Ing classes of Italy eat less meat than
I think itwas of much conse-
y Elsie was an angel of goodness and : them." those! of other European nations.

purity brought! up by those holy quence His reason for-was never uttered ; a "Have you suggested this Idea to :RIVER0 C TE. 1

ladles of the convent, and all the lap at the door Interrupted him. He the chef de la surete' asked Glynn The Dutch crown which Is valuedat

more likely to be led away' because of coldly ---_/ j $600.000. was stolen by. burglarsIn ;) '"t"
took from. the /
rose a dispatch hands
? her extreme Innocence" 'IIo?" 1829. It remained In their possession BTRAMEH .
i I t of a messenger Closing the door, "Why should you LILLIB. STEAMER HOSEA >&.
"Do you mean to cay that you he read it, and then with a grim "Because he talked to me of Lam- for: nearly two rears Eventually Captain Clay Johnson Sr. Captain'Clay Johnson Jr. ;
think my child my Jewel, my pride, bert's concealment! as militating some of the gems were discovered '
smile said : #> iiiusaels Regular weekly trips Basstnger '*d return. Roseada leave KlMtaw
is to blame that any one living could against the success of the Beard, just burled near after the arrestof
not far ; nee Tuesday and arrives Klailmmee
"My suspicions are wrSt( ,K. the thieves In England. morning Friday evening.
lead her astray almost screamed .
The young lady Is safe and welt after you left himDcerlng's Special Charter Trip. to Lake Okeecvobee and Fort Myers on Ue LUli*'' "
Lambert slung': from his despairing
met In
brows fierce
a !
Bordeaux-and not alone ff Comfortable accommodation for passengers. Rate reasonable
apathy Into angry excitement! I quick frown, and then resumed their Tbd thick forest along the banks of I
'What does jour emploje the The most picturesque Waterway In Florida( ,
Semllkl In Eastern Africa Is
"Dear monsieur I only blame your "Yes
cried Glynn, not much comforted'tty: ordinary haughty composure ; For Passenger and Freight Rate. apply to "" mow
densely Inhabited by pygmies, Theyare ;
system, not Its victim! the I thought it well to warn him. 'I am
announcement cannibals and when CLAY-JOHNSON, SR.. Proprietor 't
"You in pressed
are I premature your conclusions "J\ +J.I. even now endeavoring to sift a curious -
ad for yourself said food exchange their children for thoseof On board "[1111."Kissimmee.'Jftai
said Gl>nn with cold dis story about Lambert; it may be .
Claude liQlynn
handing; the telegram to I other families.
They refuse to eat
pleasure. "Within twenty-four hours deal concerned
true but I am a good "
'- eagerlyscanned the liner){, .
-- members their
of families.
she will no doubt be discovered and : at this disappearance of his daughter own
"Young English! or .f
all that seems inexplicable explained to and I think so are yau. She Is rMV-
," AmerlcanlYansw'rlng The oddest named country home laIn
a fascinating morsel of female flesh d6k
last is
"' evening; Jackson County Mo, of the e
'KjLrust It may be so, monsieur; and It Is maddening to see the prize owner.
tneanwMlo I agree with the excellent by the cAptaIn of an American eem- ,
gate la "Had her way, and never fallsto
M. Claude Uiat the affair should be under your very ejes Really
er :and another man. FatherfO attract attention from
kept as secreCjhi posslble; rujnor will\ there Is no line deep enough to passersby. ,
at and herMushe
come once Identify For the wanted to .leave
make everything vft>c o than It reallyIs : J' fathom a woman." years wife l.
and for the sake of*> may escape. saldfGlynn "I never marked Miss Lambert as Kansas City and go to a farm. When Ey Charles. D Stewart., d
"This Is some mistake I the family finally moved they named
"Adieu madame; mine IXpo terri- the words dancing before his my own" said Olynn angrily. I obJect "
ble an affliction to leave roc'm... for "This cannot be Miss Lambert." eyes. to your mode of mentioning her. I the home "Had !erway' .......... N the "choice'of motive power allow me to suggest the ox.

thought about cried Lambertleft Tho horse leans forward to and, help himself
appearances "It Is most that I do not believe that Miss i pull even
unlikely my /< poor Lambert, turning away. her home willingly unless' decoyed The highest public house In England along by bobbing fits head; he jerks a load out of-a bard ;
'' at Bordeaux should be in
err'or. o
is said to 'be the Tan Hill In '
"Poor unhappy father! .all things T e, Is one of the shrewdest em by false pretences." Ii Yorkshire (1747( feet)., nd : : I i.. place by plunging bodily against the' collar stopplsg and ,

may be pardoned to him," said Mad- ployes .ot-the- surete. At all events[ "tie that as it may I would give a : lunging again; he strains through a hard place and,then
!. Is the Cat and Fiddle. la "
ame compassionately to Glynn who we must Infarn the father. good deal to know, where she Is. I I highest NN.NN.. starts suddenly forward at his release; 'he works himself
Cheshire (1690 feet). Tan Hill house
1 klh"," , bowed silently and followed. his. dis He rang and ftesjred that M. Lambert believe she is In'England! she wa Is that ; s Into a lather; and you, if you are the'right kind of a person,
so lonely an'eighteen gallon i.
AM\! tracted'friend. ' should be recalled. Glynn wag brought up there, I believe. Well I cask of beer has been:known to last ......... cannot help feeling for him and;assisting him with Inward ,

1-!".:::1jf.' ;, bureau de la surete Infinitely touched by theUuHed, help cross to-night, and will set the policeat e stress and strain. .. H" 'c. ,vr '' ; y,
months Onrwlnter etran '
"WW" three no
par less look of the once bright, alert work so,soon aa I get to London ,ger'crossed the threshold for 'eleven t ;;..The'ox does'not' bob ,ea ,horn' He simply journeys J and the load goes,,

; ; Lambert. He watched him readSthe Shall you be much longer here" weeks. along. When he conies, td a tough( place Ills pasterns do not bend down; he"

somewhat to his surprise he saw telegram, and an expressionist pleasure "My movements are uncertain." returned does not squat to pull; he docs not pinch along on the toes of his shoes;

Deering come out from a different gleamed In his eyes. Qlynn stiffly."You'll he seldom blows and he does not know how to sweat. He does not 'exert t .

,door to that !!.x..which LAmbert had "This Is a chance, anyhow" ho wait and assist the bereaved WOMEN IJf HUNTING FIELD., himself at a patch of woven soil and then 1 urry up when he is past It ne-

entered. He was accompanied a exclaimedOt I'IigoWhen _- er. .I presume" said! Deer- chain becomes !Bilffer jindJhe joke iltloilderto_hie neck.and.that'is aU:! f

........... .. mail uniform, ail walked briskly is the next train?" lng. with an uupleasant smile. m "By Few Ride Aalrlde In England=Most there: is no sign of effort 'The earth may grit Its teeth and crunch .a* it ;

......." away in the same direction In which The detective watched him curi the way Vince has returned andIs Popular Hiding Costume.So sallows the plough, but the ox stalkson, his way. With the chare deep or.

Glynn was sauntering; but as they ously. awfully cut up aj out the affair. far as the fashionable MidlandHunt. shallow or lifted entirety and banging from the axJe,-whether be 1* plough tf4

>**ie considerably ahead of him. It "But, Lambert. exclaimed Glynn Vincent was, I fancy, a;suitor; might are concerned riding astride Ing earth or air-It makes no difference to him. His most ponderous'task

;was-useless, to ,I attempt pursuit. In English "you surely do not be- have been a decent matcfrvfor Miss has not yet been attempted exceptIn 1* still himself, and he heeds! no incidentals '" t

He w'ta4.ed Lambert would volun- lieve this can be your daughter You Lambert; he Is a shrewd fellovr. But the case of children. In the provinces He Is out for a stroll; he does not allow work to Interfere with the even ; ,

tarily confide-to him the secret of his do not think that delicate tender you are In a-hurry, I will...not detain however the custom la un- tenor of his way. His tendon are rigged to' his outstanding rump bones} tike

enmity to De ?IBI. He felt an unreasoning creature would fly from you to meet you." ubtedly making headway and It is so much spar and tackle. and he goes along by Interior leverage;, "

convlctlofr-4hat. the extra men of whom you know nothing" He bid Glynn "cood-m rnlng" with jus s.lble that in another ten years. old-woman hulk is the necessary englnework and he will neither go slower for

ordinary disappearance! Elsie was "Maybe *-d&," said Lambert, "and curious friendliness and left him ,or so Its may be the regular things thus thing nor taster for that. There Is much about him besides "- .po ,

in some way connected with-1t maybe I don't. Drowning men clutchat half-maddened with torturing wavesof (pn the otnecjiand. there Is In many sition that Is self-contained; he Is the antithesis of the automobile. To ride '".

Time went slowly painfully; but at straws I'll go, anyway." doubt which seemed rising on all quarters si strone, feeling against the on his back I I. a cure for the Indigestion; to ride behind him i* a rest for the t%'<

length a sergeant de vllle approac'Ing. He swayed slightly as he spoke .. ... innovation, and lOsJmposslble to say mind; a course of ox la an antidote for the ills, of the tlmes.- -The Atlantis "

saluted him, saying "Will monsieur andcaught Glynn's arm. Another long miserable day. what the future has fhvBtore. ,
r '
"4. give himself the trouble to en- "ll-4s more than he ran bear/' No letter from Lambert and failure It may be that at leasCsome of the LABOR WOULD. HALLS OF" CONGRESS.; ., t.,,

ter! M, Le Chef wishes to speak tohim. said M. Claude, with a rare gleam of in an Attempt to see the chef de girls of tile present day wtp are ,

.'" feeling. I will telegraph to my colleague la surete completed the day's trials taught to ride astride first "may I' ch A State Federation of Labor"willbe One session of the Senate was"do

Glynn followed readily and found to meet ytm at the Gare. The The fourth rooming brought Lam womanhood with a partiality for th formed In North Dakota by spring Toted to memorial addresses upon the' v

.Claude alone."Monsieur mall train leaves at txT You, will be bert's promised letter. The girl sup" 'method and a change of feeling be 'Work on forming a Boston (Mas) late Senator Proctor. iii.t' .

Lambert In In Bordeaux about noo to-morrow. : posed tp resemble Elsie was a rouged thus, gradually brought about.. The waterfront council progressed rapIdly Senator Tillman Insinuated y

an ante-chamber." said 'the griyvec5'chef You will I trust need no further 1I, 'modeste, with dyed hair and rather older generation of bunting folk are some Federal Judge were on' the'payrolls
of , ?
,; "you will soon be at liberty to slstance from my department r-wlsh I good blue eyes the only real point of at present-so far as can be Judged The neml-a htiyal convention of carpenters' corporation: ),?*, a

Join him. Meanwhile you will have you good morning, gentlemen." \ : resemblance; "The reasons tor his almost entirely opposed to the unions dtvflassachusetts was The House Naval Committee wa
defeated In its effort to replace marines
no objection to few t to Marseille were too numerous change and many parents who have held at .
'.. answer a questions. He opened the door pplltelv, add expedition! Lynn on board warship "* ..
." He proceeded to put a few they went forth."Lambert I for a letter." Lambert wrote approved of their children riding Toronto ( Can.) CounMlpf Women The urgent deficiency? bill 'wa*' ' ,,

leading queries a. to Glynn's position ," said Qlynn as he sup. i "He ltd....some faint hopes of success astride during childhood have Insisted has established an emplornqent bureau passed and the ptwtar a..fop"buk) $

and occupation, the origin of. his acQuaIntance his friend's unsteady step, : and' Would tell all when he re upon the side saddle when the.age for women. bill was considered
with Lambert Its renewal port re not fit to travel alone I turned. If Glyfrnwas still In Paris.". sit sixteen or seventeen has been There were six organized: labor bill to pension the widow ,of A

his knowledge, of DeerIng and will go with you;(.' r JtI! how could he tear himself away reached and hair ha. been "put up.' liV the Assembly of the New York ear-Admiral Coghlan the rate of

Vincent and their connection with "I'mbetter," returned Lambert, till this cruel mystery"was cleared Meanwhile the safety skirt .of the State Legislature. $ia vnstead of $50 a month wa de- ,p

father and daughter,:, The astute,chef withdrawing his "1'1D.rndI thank ups \ present day Is a far more sportingand Though the Industry Is still In Its feated, F
bottomof "- Ihe '.-lodge he-gassed far-better costume than the long Infancy the mines of India give em- > bs=
lu as
was courteous though searching, and you from the mjr newt! porter DistrIct af Columbia business
'having meditated- a' moment or but I'd rather go alone. If-:''If--oht: out,-Glynn foupd a police agettTwltha !' and dangerous habit which.was worn plovjjient to 152,000 person ing eonsIderraVJt was voted to allows ,N

twcvaldi.'I should recommend your great beavens!-She mightn't like to sage-Could be come soon t b- .a generation ago and which had to be I Chelsea Mass, city men' union has the ulOof the Pension: Building,for; ,

ad.lsln&'our friend to confide every see you,_ Glynn No no." with Increasing the Bureau de la surete Me le chef carded In both hand.- n the wearer presented Its /eoiiest to the Board of the inaugural. j

circumstance connected with his decision, "I would rather go Wished to speak 'with him waa....on foot. Many of the safetyskirts Control for the 9X.45 a_day wage. Five, hundred pensffrn. bill were
daughter to me. He Is keeping something alone, and I will send you word what Glynn's reply was to hall a flacre, aprons:, are wonderfully Three labor dispute November"were reported witha passed In the House as was a resolution .. 71
In Canada for 1908 for an inquiry into ,the>ajrestlgatlon
back and,that something nullifies I' find. You have been wonderfully and making the agent come with him clever tooT so....that one seldom hears loss of time In GUll working:, day. of frauds against the Go .
all our efforts." good to me and you know what she drove at once to the bureau. of women belng"
os "I think he must have told you was-is. Why ,do I despair? If- "So the commlssalre at Bordeauxwas (all.-From the Flei4. nary to August',,. 1908 declined forty- Congress heard that President a

everything, especially connected with oh, If," with sudden fury "I ever mistaken" said M. Claude. "ThatIs six per cent. compared with tbe same Roosevelt Is preparing a message attacking . ,

his daughter." I get my grip on the Infernal villain the difficulty of descriptions, even Spilled Mercury. period of 1907 I the lawmaklng body. to be ;.

""There:! is small chance of success I that drove her to this he'll have seen photograph sometimes. deceive. I Mercury spilled on a table"or,floorIs A teacher of domestic science laments delivered March 3, when It Is too late

--lf.>e does not." .I the last of light and go down to am having several copies made of somewhat hard to collect unless that in large factory town In I for retaliation. ,

,_ '.1 suppose you have no IntellU darkness forever. There, I, don't mademo'ls lle's,_and shall send themto special precautions are' taken owing"- ,England they. havegreat"difficulty_ in I The President appointed national; .. yetT" said Glynn. know what I amt talkjng, about.:" My the principal town*." -He paused, to Its tendency divide into small (TPtUns young girls t. attend cookery council of art, consisting ot eminent

"This Is all we have discovered" head seems all wrong." and looked at Glynn, said: "I, do not globules which roll away at the classe. architects, painter and sculptor, -

aid Mr.. Claude,, throwing open the' "You had better let me go with approve this demarche to Marseilles; slightest touch. If a wet ring It made | In 183 -there was a ten-bout move- under whose1 direction national 9

. 'd' doors ,of a large armoire, or clothespress yon,.Lambert. Believe me, you,, are M. Lambert should have confided hi.reasons around the spilled mercury by the | ment aruoisthe shipwright1:, and work will be planned and erected tn' ,

and there hung. In ghastly not go alone and you must keep to us. He cannot _workJn- aid of a wash bottle or ,other similar | caulkers of NeW nsland; and several the future. y,
which unsuc effort
proved obtain
resulted futile legislation
strikes After to
be found that th ..globules
will -
till dependently; but he will make nothing means It |
mockery the pretty white ball dress well, at any rate you recover or cessful. for tbe restoration 01,marl nee
t J..A which had so delightfully! become thee rescue your daughter." by his journey. Were of mercury cannot cross the ring. Electricians' Union No.-1?. of San 'aboard ,ships an amendment ,'was k
wearer, its bouquet of wild flower "Recover her,! Ay. that I w.111! ," there is a fresh and more hopeful report The mercury can then be collected Jn Francisco, has In It. membership the agreed to prohibiting the purchase '''

crushed and flattened and a long, re- standing _!still suddenly "Do-3'eu from Bruges this morning," a small shovel made from a pieceof tallest add the shortest men Iri...the ot powder Da iiractured and aold. .rhl.

. roltlng stain of half-dried mud along think I'm not proof against every "And It Is?" exclaimed Gjynn thin card or even an ordinary en tra-le., The former stands six fee .] in violation" ot" the Sherman antl-..' ,iyy

o one side of the creamy silk thing till I find her and then-and leaning forward In his chair quivering five Inches Rod the latter four feet rust law. "

"Good God|" exclaimed Glynn then when .he'ls safe f have done with anticipation. three inches. lebate on Increasing salaries of t;'

"' starting back horror-struck: "Where my work and I'll rest-ay, rest well To be Continued.Mr See Value of ;abllclt,. I -R. W Leonard of Chicago Inter Fder Circuit ..and -..DistrictJudges- ;;{- '.
..-where did you find this?" and long But- I'll make this Journey I Various maa>ns";.securing publicity national organizer of the United As- ended w KV the,.r..ult.jbat,t.he' compensation :
being .Joa .0cJatton| oLPlumbers Oa and ortb.e twenty-nine CircuitJudgeswas :ti,
-"One-ofrour men found Hrnear the ->alone.- .. Sarah Lamb of.BtFaocras, are employed greater: and'U.lp.r.runloD from"$7000 to)
will' ; Incr
York Steam tt.n'
L'Alma. There nothing for' it but to. London remarked'ou her recent : and greater extent In New by
Pont da early this morning. was establish New England organisingheadquarters'In 89000 and that'-dKthe'elghty-fon t ':1}
Seel'her* Is where the-lice and knot give up, all thought, ot persuadinghim. 104th birthday thai she "wouldn't the preachers who wish to securelarger Mass.tJ, DlatrlcC from 00 t ..8tO, e,
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a . The Mqst Complete Line of Crockery EVf.Brought. to Ktssimmee. Complete Stock of"Rugs and Matting at New York Prices... ', '.


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'Best '"

Our Line is the Largest, and Prettiest Ever in Kissittitnee and are Marked Low. -_ .

; Everything Must Be Sold Regardless of Cost *se *# & .' Nothing to Be Carried Overt ;.

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The Kissimmee Valley Gazette. J IJ THE SLEEPING SICKNESS ,
.. J IOr.angeGroves I \ <
\ =,. --- WHICH MEANS DEATH The 'Graystone o. A. CARSON,.President. N. C. BRYAN, Secretary. <>

t PUBLISHED EVERY FRlIMY How many readers hare beard of this ;! "" T: n: :IE: :: j :

Office in Valley Gazette Building -- I terrible disease It prevail In that ) KISSIMMEF. FLA. i

r t i' J.. FLA. fhi/t" Small (jinx; *. 14 acres of land, j far-away country-Africa--especially

KISSIMMEE.OSCEOLA-- -- '-COl'MY.. --."---. ._.. I load flowing! station aril -I hiix housex, at mil- the the Congo district. It Is caused by. /UIJ Luke TI"oppk"lj. : : i Waters & Carson Grocery Co.f
bite of the tsetse fly. When It
W.iJOO--Two ,sinullurovcs, about :iOU 1 Wl-Io..Wg. fo'ihhll1jl. :-;hooting\ ,
". H. HARRIS, Editor and Prop'r.
l' bites a lIel'I'OO, the sleeping symptom* .
Mathlug, Golf, Tennis HOft",
trws0 t acre'. land, dwelling, half
z:::!=:=..=-===- begin and finally the sufferer sleep Cricket. Clock Golf, Baseball,
f ; mile of railroad station on creek, ::1( :
SUBSCRIPTION RATKSOn milts from tOwn, near good cattle until death occurs Trap !bhoolinu Ii I R'c'EhRIEs
*-cupy, yearOIM $1 Bo 00 I ralljlt'l.tlWOCl"IH'e. Contrast hl& with the peaceful TelllJH. */!.r.u to $.< JJO) per linyl"j G '

I. One copy""p.lIIa, three muntfti month --r 25 : < in town with !I.i acres Jialmy sleep of health la there anything i*! I.i *:J1! per week: .

';. --- -- .----_ .- of land splendid locution for poultry more wearing than to lie awake

All eonimuniR...( except. from our autiiurVed and bees. night lousing about, nervous, with Friends N
eorwMipondtnila,must be shoed by the.wntprKeieeted .1,800.-Olil sweet. seedling grove of till I I.t To Our : j COUNTY AGENTS FOR Njj J |
malUr will not be returned .unc)... lId feet hot head and mercy knows Come, and try a meal at the
liecH and 40O) budded triHJS, 20ucien
I ,c ..IMfor.Kntr new' else* Short of letting the tsetse liotrl Single nienln l Ale; L'1 I
of land 1M tiniler wood whop bite do meal lickctg{ J10. Rooms tl' ''I ijl --II. A Y I Celebrated Fertilizers CKATES j| .
... ftiiu.e, 5 males f i cot luun half .mile ;I fly UB we would almost anything : I'erday ( : I I
d at the IneondeUM Kimtimtnue. Fla. u
i mail matter. from station. . for relief. How can we pre- i i UUAIX !- E T C. J!
I *.{1,30\-) ::1(10( hear lug tniOH, ax;! ) acres I 01 l [ vent It? Mr. George Hayes, of I '
I and PrlcM '
land iilioutM) /acres In pine and Union City Pa. writes: "1 had lost f o G.crl.n mmmmf mmmmi I
Friday February T, 1UO5 r) piisa timber, uitjoiiiin< tho iltlimiLs \' my appetite was" all run-down could IIi Ii H. W. TH.URMAN, I ,rllUho4 OB Application. r>TST ],

good laud for 1"1'tl'ul'k. I
\ -I not sleep< nights I bad tried every- PltOPVIBTOK.V"1 .
lOll and funuinu: I
thing without relief. Vlnol was rec-
The'divorce habit hall finally struck t13,:AK.tlxut) 1,.'>1111( large sweet seoil-
the family of W. J. Bryan. Uisdauulier I lintf .tree, splendid, condilKin, taO ommended, and to my surprise, lt HIDES FURS tiv OOL

'. | Mrs. Leavltt, !h"\1 asked the<.ourt I acres hummock land, dwelling) been, helped! me at once; gsTe;,me a Splendid" e.dau6 ansa6. aRan' .tI&.....r""'ti"'10t l'
I irrigating plant. A fair. I season this appetite, and now I sleep souadly. I
:1F'\ bf Nebraska for eparallon r"1)1I1" her rear inigl to (jl\p frtini ten to twelve' What Vlnol did for Mr. Hayes, It will M. TILLER Country Produce a, Specialty | .'

t1 artist husband.Another .I:. __ l: thousand) boxes, of fun. italk,00o do for every run-down, nervous and J
; u---= : ) ( Island of about :IUO> acres, 40 overworked who cannot sleep.
/ titled foreigner" ban, reached' person Real Estate Agency. N%'V VVV'V V %'V VX VVVVVVV
i lee's' in h.-.It.j inif ,vrollowinjf I well 4 i iJ.
America on a hunt for a rich wife. dwelling: barn. 2,000 |pecan trees: in .\\eeaaaaaaaeaaN\\aNeq..N j L--- .r .''i r 5

Mamas. of heiresses will a> once pro i: snihl of colin linube.. Thin pruprrtywould !((4 I
cut up to gold advantage for Realty
teed,to!gel busy preparing their daught winter. homes Fine water protection I Favorite Fertilizers
t ten for lheslaughler; --of everv womanly for early fruit and I..ndel'"Pjotablts! I t J Houses rented.: "
i I II Taxes paid and Titles verified .
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The most sensible) thing a self-ap-j; :J: Fire. Life and Accident Ill's -
pointed Keotufkv jury could ilo would I
: KlbHlMMEK: : FI-4MUUA surance. i
lu> to hang that man Beach TlareU before |! \ m Indemnity Bonds. .
daylltrhv. He In a dlseraceto the REAL raetyYanheeth.norerwfrnrth.r.waea.usef ,fy Ar... . .. . . .
-- - --- wppi I I .. tr'-R'.FaP'e" . lI
'' mother who; bore him and to the state' IrtW sad Dot ail. Yw run tw nag of
1 koptaraalea.taor4. N'eMkel . ._ .
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h that datum him as citizen. A REPUTATION. e WiDrd aaoddmatall-nit lsai.0 ,row INSECTICIDES l
nVAmwkY 1tLmoor to ,

'. Them Is stillOrepooy some at'least honesty. In that In! state'uoll- -" .---- I 'ar'' 0wwrwyImw ir.D. Osceola County -FOR JSALEJBYd ..

'a Republican legislature elected) How It Was Made sad Retained inKissimmee. M. PIRRY a 00. '
f' a] I ,I pes'.N, MMA. : M. LEE :- KISSIMMEE'
qei Democrat to the United State Senate I ,Abstract CompanyS. ; i

because 118'was the choice of the voters A (good refutation .itl not. easily'earned .... ' .,.
,,hard --
T at the primary election. and it was only by consistent -
T work among our citizens! that I rT BULLOCK.. M NA02R.

', The bath tub can ie>l aboard' the battleship Doan's, Kidney Pills' non their way to O. MEEK Sanders Fertilizer Company. Jacksonville. Fla.apt
theuse-ofl I the proud distinction attalued in this i iRe Heal estate i .
North Carolina for
locality, The public endoisement t>f I Titles examined and repotted on 1" p1.7y
Mr. Tall weighs a ton. It's dollars, | scores u! Klssunmee residents has rendered I,"Has for "suit. choice lands la every Taxes paid for non-residents -- .- _
gainst peanuts he'll never use I h, for I i ) Juvaluable, ',,service to the com- I portion of Florida, adapted for farming Instruments relating to real estate e
A'a Mead what this- citizen : ': or the growing f-fru1tA and Vfllf'I carefully drawnCorrespondence
j married men never take a. bath. unless munity. nays I' !'i;:! N.t:. I1i.:
them John L. tleeves, Klssimiuee! [Flu.. | tables of every variety; also phos- ,, Solicited.
their wives mak'e{ '._do- It.. I sal r>: I air: well s-itUlleil! with tho re I i plialu, timber .and rano'i' 'lands. I IKxoepliouallv
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rV - suite obtained. from the use of Doan's -
Tbe Kisstmmee Gazette claims
Valley j! Kidney Pills. As a result of my kit-! Gnu bargains in orange ) ai NOTICE !
v ;, the probably unique distinction of be- tiers bolnir out of Older, there Was a j'rOWt'II List Your property with .
c, lag the only paper In Florida for I soreness aCI'08thE' small of my back. him; he can sell! It, rent it and collect''' W. L.'YIIJ DOZOB i .

which the County Commissioners: sub- j The kidney secretions were also irregular your i '
rent'r. I
scribe for bundled Intel-i In action and all lines there wasa J j To reduce stock In order to make room for my summer
I ** copies. i, dark sediment contained In them. I Agent for bait Fire and Life laturancn 1 stock of spring goods we will sell our entire lot of Silk at
; llgent Countv(Commissioners.\ -Times-1 obtained Doari's Kidney Pills from and Armour's Ferlllt7.ers. i iKissittitiiee. iI

rt r 'Union __ the KisslmmfHt Drag Co., and their effectiveness I
$ I was soon proven. I feel Florida.1!
The Tribune REAL One-Half Original Price
say there were many- that I am.justified in r i-eouinme ding ESTATE ,

s ; ,persons In Tampa wondering!; what was Doan's Kidney Pills for the purpose j
the matter with the moon one night for which their use Is Intended." I
k last week. There Is a certain concoc-i for sale by all dealers. Price CO Will,sell Woolen Dress Goods at ACTUAL COST OR

ton sold in about a hundred places In !' cents New. York Koster-Mllburn, sole agents for Co.the, Buffalo United, Sprigg FltmingiI KISSIMMEE FLORIDA LESS for the next ZO days ror Cash Only. '

=lf that town four drinks of which will j States. "

r? make a man see a dozen moons at the Remember the name-.Di au's-and I CLEANING <

+ 'stone time. I I take. no other. G. 'F. ,KKIBBS, H. C. STANFORD COMPANY
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barbarians .' lixltan Pit Ointment will coreBlind.
BlunUlUK and Itc-bhrr pllen It *b orh.' REPAIRINGLeine I Office in the<" Court House-Kis- m r>>}'30..... ,..,}>> ;>>F.1IIW '>> _;>>NV'S; h/
sacrifices the tae tumors, >IUI> lh..Itohlnn l one*. u-t I II .
to wrath of the \ .
appease ,
I a uaulilnii., alto Instant rell>r. WlllUnundiui I Florida. -- -- -- .. -. "
Jtods. We paid Spain twenty million I l-tlu Oinhncnl la pr.i .r <1 for Pil.. an.
j heblpe othe"private ru. Wild only by W.Owwla t-'I : t tI twIll With whom will bejas.oclated in tbe
,1 t dollars for that country, and it will\ ) Ph.riaaev.. t :and 11.011 l HIV 1 house Mod clxthei ONLY THEDrugs
trial of causes the law 0rtn
take a hundred time that amount to'l - > - .--- 4p l fitlhil 1 n>r and I'fluiueJ.
/Massev A Warlow, of
? bring Itt Inhabitants up to the nandar4 j I ,
I Orlando
1 ,.. ,of the,averaee American negro. | I' _.

',We are exceedingly' sorry to Ibaiu Satisfaction GuaranteedWILLIAMS' J. W..y1Dft)80r = '
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wa ,w Us annual meeting in Palatka resolved DKNTIST.. _
t lln\e *ou ',,',,1"1""1 your Kiltcii." Rare
prohibition. Tbe resolution : ,, ... .
; against I! IOU o\. '" ,11.-.1, tour i *! ytus nodcnttM Upstairs In Katz Uuildinir.
I IF.."" c n III!li ""nr Lttitit'>'. MIH! bliulil\ .rfllnTi1
I, < was,passed, evidently, at the request I )uu i'MIII.ln lo'u' wul.biu k atone and 9 a. m. o'12 m.
{+ of anc1'ou&. of sympathy for the bar- Ii I bladder UMVVMIUM tlabb)'.upi..i.ruucc of thaaov. OFFICE HOURS: } 1.30 to ft-Wp. m.
under the eyrst Tp m-qneut SOLD
tenders' union, tbe members of which i a<1,- lr"l"twpci-lally t'iai.. nrl. V\Jllam.' KidoeyL Telephone No. 76 Jun ii.V. lvr --- ARE BV -

o t'" ,'...b uld have no place In the ranks. oft II I h i 'fricr'tii->11U ,,nl 1 curt' ,rOll -..l Ofto.
; 'organized labor wt I -- - -,----- \ W.. CARSON D. D. S.
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:Elrbty.flv emplojen ot the New ; PARLORS .
; DR. E. AKERS. DENTAL Osceola
World have been
York kuiumoned be- RIVERS BUILDING
,fore the grand jury, presumably to : REDDITT.I DENTIST OVER OSCEOLA PHARMACY
tesUmonjTr rl1lnil the pubHcaby (Rice over Orlando JJank and Trust
Kite ;
J. H. Co.. Phone 73. HOU'a 8 TO :". r. .
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'crltlclalD.r the i administration con r (
+ : Specialty. Kissimmee Wagon WorksOPPOSITE
asectf&Ilwtth": : tU* _Panama canal 'if ,
r WATCH REPAIRER. NOTE-Those desiring my services
',:l :Roosevelt; Isn't careful WIT wade into' should make, arranjfipents in ...d. .
Call and see inv 'Line of Watches, CHRISTIAN CHURCH.
'that puddle.over his,bead. vance. .

..., ORLANDO FLA. ""C'V" 7'=N ZJZt Under New Management, with Thorough Experience and
: Up-to-Date
",L bile)lust arranged for the mosteomp Any article of Jewelry Promptly Or- ', ,. ...,
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iiewiiervhceout'of_ Florida deed upon Ilequeit. PHYAICiAt4} AND .
Therein I'dison l Phon<> ahs and DR. LESLIE W. WEEDDN '
bj trade ({ |
45 S ever cove a liaper. .. Records.- REHIOKMCK Prows 3*1. [lnmttrss. All Kinds Blacksmith, Wheelwright Worknd Horseshoeing
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t..lmon the yearvln. whichreolwfinoduot1' -- - --- ,
r If i1 Ornoc 1'80..117 FUWIDA. <
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Jr* < lorldaonm : for Rent or.s.lo. -Specialist-Eve- .rNOeaTllt .- -- ,

'trwwto, thetaortbern 'rii"-Nf'w Rl-sideuM") and farming property of Throatfrivate :.::,. HEALTH .AND VITALITY|

"...' Yorir2PrUduceNets:4n bectlon r sissy I acres.w : Cri ore; house fullySjiTDished In I Hosoital : American National The pest l trou and;; louse ir -toratiTe for min
:. .arrounding Kfusimmee, Fa.7 I' I IshL: (rood order; outbuild) !'.tJ'aod, farmingImplements a.<1 oiiini' produces .lrei..itb and \llalltJ'1 l
': markets with It eseQetalFlet Howie,? artslsn well. Bank Building! Tarnpa! bulld..ptb..y.tllma.d renews the Solicit giskt.a I o. R. JQ
M:He ;jiprtbern! : ; j" TlKOr. For sate by Osrp"-pla FC rniacy or bmall y Will Tnst Yei ,NST.OJS.

." ,, 'a* ....'-. .roduce4.'Ul"' rot IR< DBOUaH:! . / F. rda.! I fl 1 tKI-.pcr box,t\tJHf, lyr\ 't .OO.. 14" ? t. J- .
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==' :: This Elegant Piano _- INADDITIpNWe'havelnauguarated'foT -. .

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': '. Congest in connection with 'our, Piano Conjtest. -, }

.- Valued at $350.00 will be given- away- during the for the ;"o 'fp \ ,:,lat:person j in!. Osceola county.. ;" ::.' 1

:. month .of July next to the certfon'''holdipg( the> lucky ,. and" will give asa prize'.to the pne 'receiving' larff- -- .- -.,.-"' ..,

t'number f""o esSill( TParasoT with' 'Sterlinar: : : ;
number AlTcTcelf 1 :wrffTbV given with each. 25-centJ .

.. Silver Handle or merchandise to the amount of .$5. I "
r- CASH purchase entitling the holder. to a. chance at .. :' =
--F'ebru8tr-1et-all--piano.' --- - -- "
: certificateswill
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the piano.; r : be dated so as to keep account; o.f, those Issued' ';, ,

The piano will be an absolutely free aift'to during that month and votes will be allowed\ on a f t
; : basis of one vote for each 'ceht for purchases amounting .. "

some one, as tny prices 'are the sane as' before the to 25 cent&- and over. -- ', ", ..

contest, and areas_ low or: tower r than the' same.quality it is not necessary. that you purchase! all of the . '
p goods yourself. You can Interest your friends and .
goods can be purchased-for els where.
transfer their certificates to you. ,
Remember the terms, one chance with each Announcement as'to.:how the vote stands will be

25-cent CASH purchase. made in the Valley Gazette-each week. < "' -

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i The Kissimmee Valley Gazette ': Old papas for sale at the Valley I Miss| Kltie overstreet same down' Orange Growers to Meet. : J ]M. WILL SUN, JR., Six Nights' /: tio As yon Pleaao Rac*. "

.. Gazette ollicu. I from Orlando yesterday to visit relatives I 1f" many tired fathers, and moth- a
)<' Ulocles, Shanibar rer. Or. The Orange Grower Conventionwill > err lu this town enter this race every
j TELEPHONE NO. 11. 01'J in the \ NOT A BY I UI1Llc..: I .;
I meet u Tampa TAmpa Bay t And wonder
laodo. U-bl. night carrying baby they
. We regret' learn that Uis. L M.liarbeau -:- "
---- -- Casino on the morning of February I ) STATK AT LA-HOB. \ what, the matter b. Chances ate
All woolen dress and below
noodn at (Is suffering from a severe attack !
20 at 10 o'clock. Moo: ) J. Heard Real Estate Agent. the child is .t..rvlnll-worm. are eating
PUBL1SHEDUEVERY FRIDAY cost for cash at c.anford' of bronchitis.
1 will preside and the (following pro- I all of I it* food.Mostchildren) 4
-BY--> The Hoiuu Store ere apents for the The appeal In the cane of Everett!: K. pram has been arranged for the occasion KISSIMM-EE.: FLORIDA ; Bare woi'ins; )ours needn't. White

W.:B. FLAPs B. White blur i>auud|>'. I'hone 151 I Bass!, who was convicted of cow stealing : _-----! -- -----"., Cream V4'rllllfu,4'tIll: get rid of the i

-. -- .--..-. . About 125 orcnge trees for sale at at Bartow last October. has been Address of Welcome, Hon, W. I... i worms and .'lengthen the child. Price
------------ -' Mrs. Ellen H. I'linuiner's) grove., on.) perfected-end will come up for a hearing Wing, Mtyor '' D VANS AGNEW 25 cents per bottlo Sold by Rober h ,
. OFFICIAL WEATHER REPORT. Main street. 3t1We I before the Supreme Court-tlui'ing Reply in Behalf of the Grow pa, II sun's Phanuav! "

A"...... !,lnpaaturq for w..k .n4IDIr Than. the present mouth. t Dr' O. W Sadler. Mt. Dora. .- ---
ear. )O".b. t. 1- now have in state: ait plendid I Improvements and Discoveries by Old IMS purcnased at this
Mesurs.; Murnice and Rl'rrv'l'lndan papers can
-- -- --- -- line of \both! pouAd.and box lI'atlon.erv.IUiI1Il'" -' returned Tuesd a.y f row the Everglades, the Department of Agriculture, Lloyd I I .\ I rOHNKY AT LAW .. .... J.A"'n i J-I office fir :ate I per 100, and,there isnoth-
I Drug ('o. | PoiDolo I :NOAAHY PUBLIC |1- ,. matting..
west of I Fort Laucierdale, wnere they S. Tennj, Government i MaL Yln:1'! Califoinia's Skill and Meth.,ds. Dt. ..
Oet our ,prices" and see the goods !lefore .1 had beep spending some time hunting I "
--- - I"V.. Inwan. Winter Haven. KISSMMKK} FLA
K'r fnvesihiK vqn! Cllllb anti/ tiaupinir: They secured slxtv- ,
"U 7A' Ir.B.tu.d.y IT. C. Si AN P"Olit. C'O. Iwo Otter SKI us, which netted a good What Co-opeiation'Has Done and _ -
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Pridu Can Do in !'lm'lda, Josiah Varn Bra-
7n I 40 10Sun,1,5y round sum i
I 46 1Mo 1$ I We have another sucond-hand Organ dentown Plant Wood's Seeds'For'The
i r. I, I for Hale It is in good tonrhUon Mr Will 1 Calyer who Is now chief' Dibtussiou by the Giowers Dr. R. GoldsteinOPTIC ,

.dn. . I 6,4 71 It'J and will be BO 111 for f J>.OO. Call engineer on a large dredgoboat working I --- --
I quicklv HOME Hromc.! In Galventon harbor. Is spending!
':I .aNKNMVa1 ;
Thundu. I I I I a few weeks' vacation here visiting his Louis Parker Recaptured.A Farm. .. ,
We furnish .liat und
can fancy >es '
father, Mr. C. Calver, !Mrs. T W. eIroulatlonthat '
colors in ice well in bulk. having gained
cream as as report
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Kills, his i sister, and other relatives
' ; --I I'j Just the thing for weddings, receptions, and friends Louis Parker, who escaped from Thirty yearals btl.rawt with .-
a etc. the convictcawpa on December 10th, a steadily l inereaaiac trade every ;
1 DAVIS A JOI IAN, Orlando Fla ].. -A seal leather purse had been recaptured. Col P. A. Van year-until ire Have. today one ":" r

lug railroad passes, O. K. 'j 1 THE: LOCAL HELD. i Just Arrfed-The most jup-to-date and between fi5 and (27 in l letter.of inquiry on the subject aDd &I la this country-is tbs best of

line of wall paper sample. ,ever shown Kibslmmee,railway yards or on Florida has received! a reply stating thai Par- eridaae. as to'IM.Superior
See GfO A.
in Klsdiininee Ktssiuiruee and after being out
Oilbel't'l. Midland between ker was recaptured 1
Special attention to our of Quality
--- Apopka. Finder can retain money If only a day. and a half,
purse and cards are returned to R G. OF TAMPA / of Wood's Seeds.

Wade the Tuner. Orlando: Mr, J. M. W i llson, Jr.. recently Hold' Canova, Kissimmee Fla. Grow Castor Beans.

... two lots adjoining the HolundoJarm We regret to learn that ;Master Fred Will be in Kissimmee from MONDAY We aret headquarters' for
Dwellings, for rent, apply to M. to Mr R. II Hntler. Mr Hut IeI' wll'' AJer old, the little son of Col J. W. And now it is the eabtor bean which MARCH 1, TO SATURDAY MARCH 6, at
Tiller i ii put the ifrQuiul In shape lOt once for Aderhold, ts still having trouble with Is being worked in the newspaper asa Grass and Clover Seed

i See Stanford Co. beautiful sellingat trucking. I his eye. in which he got some lime money crop for Florida It is easy Seed Potatoes,Seed Oats.

half price FOK-SALJ One Jersey ('ow bv Sultan some time ago. It has been found to find out all about toe castor bean, \ THE INN Cow Peas Soja Beans and
will be oil of
that another operation necessary its transformation Into the cum- br
Mr. A W. Augustus of Sanford\,.f\ of St. Cloud, and her heifer bv and he went down to Tampa merce and the coat of planting and examined ail Farm Seed
and .cientl-
here with friend Chancellor of Runnywede.
spent Sunday this week for that purpose.! harvesting Thisinformation can 1
"* : sound!, and. In perfect health Wootfc DMeriptlv C.talo< ,
>' Bale Restaurant and nurell. probably be had from the Agricultural lically adjusted Don't neglect yourchlldren's .- ,
For P. A. VANS AGMCW, Acent. The Cooper Contracting Company
Department at Washington by theexpenditure the most useful and valuable: of
Apply to ROBT., 1VEY. has about completAd..1be outsl work \ -
: I of and it eyes. 1 Garden and Farm seed Cstfalavs
Lace curtain* and figured lawn a\ The attention of voters. is called to on the new school bu mtaJr"aDd thewdrltmen a postage stamp \ All trouble and mailed free on request.T. .
,, 1 the fact that in o1'dt..t4'quallf' to vote are now ceiling _nd. plastering ought to be had before anybody \goesinto eye nervousness
cut at Stanford's.For of the bean. Like\: the
the culture
prices in the town election' poll taxes: roust be the interior. A* the work progresses to"tbe headaches relieved. w. weei & SINS
__ ; 8al 6161.0004; : pony mare. paid prior to the second Saturday An the fact become. more evident camphor tree" ; lately pushed .
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Apply to JOHN FLOYD., February. "' day that the bulldlnir will be an front, it grows in Florida as If- on its !i, Consultation and exarniunilou free, 8sdsin, RlalwwoBd, V.
every .
;' :" want : house papered or a *.. ,.ornament and a.Credit to the town and native heath, and If It can. be converted of-1 1 Office hours: II.. "al. to 4 I',. m.
If you your Messrs. Jno:? A Wilson and Oscar into oil at a profit the people x.
neat sign made,.e", Oeo.A.Gilbert tf Dale of Franklin, Pa., are* ueBt. tot county. thin section ought to know It.-Tampa ,, -- .-- .
This Is Capt. Hill Knight, of the U. S. Times. 01. "
The (Inn for A few days' stay.
!Mr. R. B. Jeffries of Waslrintton, ,, dredge Klssimmee, came up from
.1 I j Mr. Wilson's second visit to Kissiuim .. 4 A lhIk rA r Aui4.ilaiidt
D, "C, Is registered at The Gravstone. this Gardner where the dredge\ is now at L Hamlet
Bl' llOIl. r
Mr. Raymou! __Moore and wife of work yesterday to m&t some of thehigherotticiasfromthe bad tuelancholy, probably caused by .
-t- New i ork are recent rTtvali8.rTheGraystone. Mr. W. H. Tally of Jacksonville. ) ..>ffice. ot .the an'Inactive liver.. A bad liv.r makes. -
supervising architect of the new High chief engineer, who went down 'on the one ci'oss and irritable, causes mental
; School build,HK and Fraternity Hall steamer Roal'ad a to inspect the work and physical. depression and may result HqLIDAY-1
For finest and best fitting shoes, Monday overlooking the and his have
the was In town whichCapt. Knight: crew disastrously. Ballard's' Heroine'
i; call on the old reliable shoe dealers, work on these buildings. been doing is acknowledged to be the perfect liver

; Stanford Co. Singer Sewing Machines) and also I Miss Mattie Bandy left Wednesday regulator If you're blue and out of ,
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Mr John Hill of Louisville Ky., Wheeler A WIISOD'B.s, ana an machine night for Gainesville, where .she will sort, get a bottle today. A positive: I IGROCERIES .
has 'been visiting his friend, Hev. .supplies for sale at the Home Store. spend a couple of weeks with relatives. cure for bilious head aoe, constipation. i I
LIunyan Stephen Cash or installments Everybody caD after which she will go on to Atlanta chills and fever and all' l.ver com- ..
afford to buy a machine. and purchase her stock of spring and' plaint. Sold by Roberson's Pharma ''i i,

known FOB U SALE Okeechobee-Lake Ship front Pasteur's Anti-Vecomous Serum is summer in about millinery three; She weeks expects, when to she return ey. __r.J -_ i I '1>$

'- dec 18-tf C. W. WARD. asurecure for snakebite. Hunting will again open her millinery businessat Care U0-; ;;, Skin DtacsiBes, Ecre- I Also Everything Necessary for : .

Use Plank' Chill Tonic. Guaran"teed. parties should provide themselves witha the Cash Store. tna-Greatest Blood Purifier Free.. I,
For sale 4
\25 Sold by all tube before starting out If blood Is impure thin, diseased 7
Price cents.* by the Kissimmee Drug Co. The attention of the members of the your making Fruit Cake. "
of If
uin8Mrs. hot or full humors you
j r srdruggiH: ; Board of Trade is called to the fact '
'* Just opened up. A large assortmentof have blood poison, cancer, carbuncles, I"
.. that If they wish to attend the banquet
M. Katz i
I'' thatfaeilvoof and In scrofula, eczema, itching -
the newest styles patterns I at The Graystone next Monday night, eating sores .
for Miami to Visit
day Prof. 'W B. HInton for a few days.Blove Matting. All grades and ranging I aprice : they will have to secure their seats risings and bumps, nwel'lngs Or.uperatiog l
from 20 to 66 cents. Remember, from Mr. J. C. Moore at the Osceola sores, scabby, Dimply skin, I 1. S. 6t Co.
wood' delivered ID town at we lay it, when bought for cash. Tbs : Pb..rmacy-befQre 8 o'clock tomorrow ulcers, bone pains catarrh, rheumatism R. Floyd
Howe Store. or any blood or skin disease,
strand. unless have
tl 00 per ( Saturday) night, they .
Balm B. I)
Blood IB. )
take Botanic
16-tf K1ssIM FEE LUMBEB CO. Brittaln ''pre.lou.h.Ilh'en their name t.o'the :
Rev, C. M. formerly pas
the church' at this place entertainment committee. I i Soon all sores heal, aches- and pains &r ** _>wir ir ir'>*'w *> p**''ir****' v
TbeChristian and Missionary Alliance tor of Baptist I stop and the blood is made pure and
will meet at toe Christian church but now located at Lake City, stopped Mr*. S. B. Aultman, Mils Elizabeth rich. Druggists or by express f 1 pe- -- -
next Tuesday evening at the usual over here between trains yesterday Aultman and Miss lieckerdlke came large bottle., Sample free by writing; / '
hour. and .peD few hours greeting bit up from- Thonotosassa Monday and Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. B. B. THE .

... Re*. B. H. 'Guy is conducting a series many Qld friends.Dr. will make Kissimmee their home In fu- B. Is especially .advised for chroaic, ,

of revival. services at Peghorn. and Mr. Joo. Enols went downto ture. They are now comfortably dom deep-seated oases of blood or skin die
Is cordially Invited to last nlrbt to attend the iciled In the Aultman residence in ., as it cures after all else falls. 5
the Tampa
.and attend.Miss. public Staae.Fair Trey will also visit their North Kissimmee made which hs. recently Mrs. Sold by Klsslmme Drug Co. OJITED STilES PLTH P 1ICGIOE T

Parker .on, :"I r. John Knuls and family at been practically over anew
held the winning !
Mabel and to be. Aultman and Miss Elizabeth are former Baby Haada
St. Petersburg expect gone
10, number. 880, and was awarded the week or tea days. residents of Ibis city, and their return will get into ml.cblef-often It meansa
raincoat at Mrs. Pille, .millinerystore. W-EIIJI. will be cordially welcomed by burn or cut or scald Apply Bal- INSURANCE COMPANY ..
W. L. Van Du-
Messrs... T. their many friends. lard's Snow Liniment Just.. soon' as

The Misses McClure of Shelby vine. drove zor, Jno.down Wilson Johnston's and Oscar Island Dale and Mr.. G. B. Woodall I.i breaking up the accident hapoena, and the pain will --0-, .,' '-

Ky.,' are guest' of their sister, Mrs. and putting In shape a piece of land Wrelleved while the wound will heal I .
day shooting quail last week. '' "
I Banyan Stephens, at the.Bantiit parsonage They spent found bird plentiful, and returned between Maple Grove and the lake prepar..tory qulcklv-aod nicely. A nitre cure for SAGIN I I iAW. MICHIGAN I
rheumatism and all pains. ,
' full to planting it. In tomatoes sprains,
with bag.
a Price 26c. tOe and 1.00 per bottle. I' ,
from This Is low, sandy land similar to -- -
Mr.Mr Burnham. Caldwell the has cottage purchased ext to the I The Genuine Ohio Steam. Cooker, in that on which tomatoes!a ale grown on Bold by,Roberson's. Pharma9Y' : ..... ''

j Baptist church and will .occupy It as,, two sizes can now be had at the Home the east coast, and Mr. Woodall will - -: : --. I: The best Heals and Accident Insurance Policies fur the rich and Pdor- :iare :
where the has been plant and work his In the same Laundry.The vANCE
residence. Store agency ; crop those Issued by the OLD W. 9. HEALTH ANDC''IDENT: IN8UR- f,
a .
placed for this entire county. Price manner they do over there. Tile experiment agency for the White Star ) UO., aooording to the opinion of the tin..*i legal. and bank talent oil rtF. ;
D N. Floyd has secured a lot of the same to you the factory. will bti watcheJ ", I..h.a. great laundry Is now at the Home Store, the country, The indemnities are larger the pi-ini'lpi! Mum larger, and
thoroughbred Rhode Island Bed chicken Call and examine them deal. of interest by local tiuckers. and if you wish to have the boy call promptness with which this Company pays Its claim commend tt u>all.' l

., and will tell tellings of 17 eggs Messrs. B F. Flowers and. B. G. on you weekly, just ring up 154 and classes. ',.. '
them for II A distinguished visitor to Kissimmeewho will b list sailed
from from you put on our aoU INDUSTRIAL IIKALTH AND7.CCTDEi'iT'T'OLICIES'irepartio\&o.
Hancock ;
+-- Baraca Minstrels registered at..Tile'Inn last Friday prosperous on weekly. The work Is all done in the who does m.nuallabor. The premiums are small
Oca'out and ee.-Tbe formerlren.r..1 the Davenport creek section near larly to man
tonight{ You will get YOu, full was Dr. on Epkt the Boer DeWoll side In a the late Loughman\ spent Wednesday in town an efficient, manner and at Tampa and payable monthly The Indemnities are in proportion to the premiums t

'>, moae,'. worth and will also b$ as- South African war He registeredfrom paying taxes and attending to other prices paid ranging weekly'! monthly Installments from *25 to 970 per month

.' silting a good causa. Pretoria South Africa. business. Mr. Floweri only comes totgwn Worst 0...

.: Mr. J. T. FarnsVey' Louisville, Mr. H. J. Robertson returned Wednesday once never a falls year,to and brighten on. these our occasionk sanctum -- That's the way 'vou feel about the -1253 Claims Paid lu November, iDOSe alone.

Kv..has .. benetRot, spend sometime afternoon from hi. home in with his genial presence and leavea lungs when you have. hacking cough.

... ri II.>.her lor the his health, and Tennessee food.wlll.pend the remainder bouquet in the ..hapvf a silver dollar It's foolishness to let it go on and I'
1* stepping at The Gray stone.I" of the winter here With his family. for another year's aub crlptloD.Don't trust to luck to get over JK when Bal Jt
'the I Mr. Robertson states that the weatherwas lard's Horehound Syrup will slop the I WHITE! ME FOR PARTICULARS I-'
Get your school supplies from. extremely cold In Tennessee a few neglect your eyea. If you sutfer cough, and heal the lungs. Price 29c,
Klssimmeo Drug Company. They with headache neuralgia or defective
60c and 1.00 per bottle. Sold bv Rob
carry a full line and If they haven" I dajs before be left. V sight, call at my office 1nRedditt's erson's Phkrinaeyr- : H. B. LEAKE '

what you want, will order, It for you i Trainmaster, D. U. Wagner came jewelry store and have your eyes ex- --- ----

; *'AGENToW -A north down>om San/ord Sunday and pent amined free. I Have the: necessary apparatus Good dry split pine stove wood, .
I/xdjAi J -
ern ocuurnlaslon bouse wants reliable the.dIU l wlthbto' f/l.\ Mr. H. for testing! the eves in the moat $1.&. strao. full measure.-J, f: M, ; STATE ,MANAGER. ...r .
'and hurtling agent-in this territory. {C. TodU. Mr., Wagner/ and children Improved an Lup-to-dati.manner, and "Overstreet, Phone 1 syrr
solicit consignments- of fruit and veg I and Mr., Alley, who had' been spendilng'a have many satisfied'customers among P. O. Box 3.97.Orlando. P1: '
.etables. For particular Address E. week with their father, returned people In Klsslmoie. Old-papers' for sal ijt this office for ,, sv / .

GernaalnJ Orlando, Fla. '7 .I home with Mr, Wagner., P. O. .WHITE. 20 per 100. 7 ". ,in-",'. W '
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III .. ._ L' .,. ._ ._ The Record of Lord-MatYneebury and There are n;tower': than iwo r&n:" :

,, I IYf Slow- Firing .Guns., UOI1' eaye dwellers In' France," writes COl'GIIS, COLDS, CATAREH.: ,F.

c ; .' i' a traveller.Whether: you travel

.. -*The second Lord .M.lmebIU'7'"; be- aorta, south, each or: west,' ye i willfind ..

r'' r t'Ar' aidesbeing,!, one of t'M.-W' ajt....h\ ts-,of.Us those curious ,Imitations' of tho "''io .
homes ,,of primitive nen. They
'day was ''without quo it loo. themoait'.painstaking
Retort Conrteona.wn miles along
stretch for fully seventy
and ca I trying to heave the shot., fired the valley' of the ,Loire, ,roan Blois to .
A tmirter happened bY4C. 'of his sport who ever I
"He I'ImeIw.a1l0iDwroDJ,-- a,in.-.-FoT"tort,.-.e* ona"en4bi.;: .-with.. .Baunvur-j and all the train proceeds.
', 1\ vied tw show me why Ine'yiir 1840,' he kept A ,record of joii cam ;ca6e4r( as gllmBse> froni. '.lftie( "t<>
*]gut it i* just another way time of their picturesque cnt"ILIICa.IlUrroundcd' ,
Of putting it," ..saidI. every" cartridge,, he fired and the re'
: -.Harvard Lampoon. suit of the shot_ feat which may by flowers and verdure.As .
have been a pafto1let''l1ut' is hardlf likely as not'you wilt see ,,

e Sure Enough.,* likely to 't>e,beaten, He' flred in.. .all' habitants standing or sitting In front ...l! r
Tendier (to puplls-..."what Is the 64,687 shots and accounted for 33.454/ of their mysterious looking <'IL?eornl,

'i first meal you eat in the morning" head of game with tbem. hettldes. and, unless 'you 'have learned the contrary I al .r t

I zr .fir, c' dr'e' Smart Bog"Oatmeal."-Judge. some four'hundred and. eighty which you will be! Incllll to Imagine.
the characteristics :
they that they pOMt'lH eom 8f
be 'did not add to bIB figures; '
'Ft; pld. ho pt the troglo y'tes of olds,
'were toe birds he killed when '
'This Is a duU-campaiga."" 1 .,hlt 'more ha1one' with the same and then their homes are mere dens.

r e31 t t "Should sayso. All thg candiAtes /hot. As for walking, there never'wa. Not so. as you will find on visiting

traveling and not" one of them ,"\a5 Such an untiring .pursuer of every I'I't'h m. .

rl 1 r '4 a. 4 ., r: shaken hands with the nglneer.- bll'duid/ 'beast that could be enteredIn They are neurry all well-to-do pflas-'

tp Plltsburg Post. ...,.. a game )ook. He calculated that ants, owners perhaps of some of the
} % { sl6>es on
vineyards that deck mho
he was' out for tour hours a day -for"
; ?CW'v'tw %!7,{ JAW Trice ler Square Foot ninety days in the yearwhich' made all sides' and their habitations are I JOSEPH HALL CHASE. ;

( I' A irf J A . ,.,. IK; "And you'complained of the cost of 14.480 'hours! walking In forty years, as s rule>, both healthy and comfortably ,
your wife's new hat?" furnished. Th..eIngullr IVrunn Drill Co.. Columhun OKip: .
l"if' .and ee' he walked at the rate of (
vyb ablrsf 4 , et
}0tr ; and
Gentlemen I until IVruna J
< ,v "Yes. answered thephilosophic houses'are remarkably cool in : nav
xc two and 'half ml1ell 'an hour he remarks'
a find that it cnnnot he equaled a* etonic
man "but that was before r saw now that in all .he must have covered summer, without being In the leant an well a* a cure for cougln, colJ \/
: Henpcx=-"Say, Maria, 1.1 4.hore a footi-ruVe anywhere about the house big It was."-Washington Star. miles nearly once damp, while In winter they can be : and ratarrli.
-, Mrs. Hcnpex"Yci, : you Just wIpe yours on that mat before you dare 36,200 "very warmed; much more eajllynnd 'bnt- ten .tn4.IJ.UC: hnn2.M to mice niv photo t,
II{ llarper'BlVeekly.y .' ,.... and a half the circumference of the with tc ttnuiinl( in ,....blirnlion. t..
room.--From Correct. Tim *
: gnter this ter than ordinary apartments.< .
., .lobe." He was never In !bed (tor a Jcaopi. H. Chase, ,
I --- --- --- "Wealth doesn't bring true'happl- day, and not thirty"days confined to health of the modern troglodyte Is '' Sot Tenth St., Wellington. D. C.
y New Hubnmrlm Fluff. To Slop lt1ecetri I..i. ness" quoted the Wise Guy as a rule, excellent, and It is not I
the house by accident 'or
I Hereafter ship captains '.'entering I Dr. Louis Kollplnsicl reports the de: "Yes, but lots of us would be satisfied 1 though to be sure his violent exercise uncommon to tlnd' centenarians among [ Cold and La Grippe

r and sailing from .Yankee \ports willkeBpinshHTirrlorthont arrest of persistent hiccough by with a good Imitation" added affected 'his heart and he died I them. This however Is by no means', Mr. C. Happy. llardm, Kay (.0., Mo.,

for a craft flyIng : |)i4p"slii< fhe -Ionglll'. A patient wa the SimpLe Mug..Phlla.d.elphla.Reoord. - - _su tprlaing. jrhen ere _consider that ,, writi-, : .1 I can II.f..". recommend l'erunnasnremedyt '.
a'flag with a black fish on n whltutSiubmarlno attacked by hiccough which had perNlsled -a.Q4-- their homes not only healthful;; to -- bat--will-eere-sal-ealatrltal- -------
1 for four days beforo' being Tho lists of his JIlts and tnisees are are trouble..
I + by the doctor.\ Ho complainedof O particularly Interesting when you .. and, I
Hi-oil Yes Yes. "d and fittest up. j i cur d me of Catarrh of the throat 1
the fulnt-88 In his throat, a condition "What kind of ships do we encounter compare his records of shots at bird rock took a very had! cold 1 end had la grippe lour
"In tho majority of cases these
which he thought the result of on the voyage of life?" asked the like snipe, and 'Woodcock, which were I-Vliruary. It nettled in my throat and
houses were not excavated for the lunpn. I took three !bottle of 1'eruna and
the hiccough. propounder of silly questions. as difficult to hit In his day as tb..J' Inhabited Ito ..., me."I'livhly ,
of being
lie was directed to sit up and "Hardships" promptly answeredthe are In ours, with the kind of (tgures; special purpose recommend it to all who.. are .
handle the tongue powitble but with the object of attaining stono nick! and 1 am glad! to add my endorsement '
with a large spoon pesslmlstical! person. Chicago I which would be likely, or .
for the building of houses. At to that of other. y
was pressed down and "back with News. .with modem guns. In the Reason '
Rocheoorbon. !there Is a rock dwelling Pe-ru-na For Colds.
of :
steady forco to allow Inspection -I 1819-20. for Instance. Lord Malnaes-
the fauces. Firm pressure on the Oleomargarine !bury fired eighty-three shots At caryed out.of, a single l block of steno, Mr. L. Clifford FIKB) .Jr., 2029: F.llot .::'
and the Ingenious owner In addition I Marshall St.. Uichmon.i. Va., write (that.when . .
of! further notIng
tongue with the hope) Aunt Miranda (at her city niece's woodcock and bagged forty-live.' and villa therefrom \\\f !gate .n mid he tnlte 1'eruna, and, '.
': the action of the paint muscleswas wedding)-"What is that Inscription out of four 'hundred and eleven shotsat to making a two story | it noon ilnvp* it out of hi* HVHtom. For 4
continued 1. when to thedoctor's! Silas on that there butter ?" snipe he actually got two hun has provided 1 himself with a roof gar-;' o"'r..J) >afire he wan not entirely, well but )
nnd the patient's astonishntruf plate den._ from whloh a fine view. of the I','runa lomplHely ruretl him. q
surprise ceased. '' Cynical Uncle-"Looks to me like dred and sixteen, which II somewhat obtained." A similar I'enpl"' who been; to luiiiiil,<:in.... :.
and J I the hiccough( valley can >e
V 'For Butter or Worse.:' Harvard better than one out of two. Any run now necure Peiuna tnMeta.For >-
When the hiccough fumed the jmtlent house exists at Ilourr, In which I locality 'if
free ilhmtrali-d I booklet cnlillrdThp
Lampoon. snipe shot today would bo pleased a .L''I"
himself stopped. It l by using the -' ". the dlSAisPil I qunrrliy' are said Tllilli AlMMil IVruna." nildrena. Th. ". ,(
, vrtth a record of three out of five, takIng" IVriina i Coluiiibu, Uhiu. Mailed) ,,,,, "
handle.-London Globe. to date back to tW days of the Rommns. o. tt
spoon .
k Julie Hopeless. the ...wilder twlstler snipe *>f late pool. '
." :News.ThroatTroubles. ikrnCJo"
IV]ilullI to -"l'Sed( in -- -- autumn. and 'WInter 'With the homebred ---- !lam",. .......m.ot
Atloniiant \>MSrlsVlivn". ) the t I Mcdk-lnnl heating 1".1' snipe killed In August and Sep' To irlluy the In nation PILES I HI.and ,
Furtul Cur and
v Boats Arc I'mler I AVator Fleet 1'1.-10' now plays an I Important ten>beor. You read these records, and that induces coughing, use nrOu'9Broncllial Hroh.: rent br mail .,
--- the \ of medicine. eve Troches A remedy. ,-- FREE. r :
----- - -- - .partln practice who simple
those of men like John 'Mytton r
background surrounded by a red, !>or- of Its most useful applications being of Invariable kilWInjg In boxes 25 cents. Samples! mailed free. SEA CO DEPT. B oft MINNEAPOLIS MINN. I, ,

,)' ,der. Tho flag will Indicate that a (he 'OfH'l'ntratlon of powerful beat would make a point of partridges to bU. John 1. brown & Son, Boston, Mass. I A sharp appetite| ( will cut the very ..
afty brace
submarine boat Is .working In the and light; rays upon the affected parts. 1 tfrt11 own gun on the first day of the coal If you wish to bring tears to the I tonehoBt .oak. J
vicinity A new hl'lItlngdrvlc of Oils nature stow eoeof your hard hearted husband
The Secretary of the Navy through has been patented Iiy an Iowa man, eon, and wonder bow with their net him to peeling onions I CAPUDINECURES t
t1 T. B. Saunders, Acting Commissioner two views of which are shown in the firing guns and th,lr bad shot patterns I

of the Bureau of Navigation, recently accompanying Illustration. they managed' to' kill even ond Piles Cured In 0 to 14 Days I

sent to the customs officers official TJ'o heater consists of a hemispherical bird in four. "A gun never shootatwice Peso Ointment ia i guaranteed to cure any I COLDS I

notification with description of tho electric alike," Colonel Hawker wrote, paseofltchlnpBhbdBleedmgorl'rntnidingPile. .
a reflector an
refunded. fiO' It Removes
k in 0 to 14 day or money and G RIP P --
flag for the benefit of tho merchant incandescent lamp, the! edges of tho A and he shot with the ,best gun ''.! the Cau.e. .t
marine. could buy. Hew did they manage Khen whiskey Improves by age Itel Relieves the aches and feverUhness.
,i The flag will be flown from the It? when )Jt Is locked away from the c.nt.l.* N*
roach of '
mast of a tender, or whdt Is known ns Somehow, :with guns which their plan.PISO'S I ,
.a "parent" ship which always, tends KTent-gTaivdxShlldren would not bun SAVE 4pT H N1114LA1A1ry1 ''I,

'',*a submarine during experiments. It ( ff < den a keeper; with they dId contrive

-will mean that If a sailing vessel or v ] to shoot 'as well as we do, and somehow SHAFTING, PULLEYS,'BELTS ,

astesmship m wide! berth dqps there not Is give the the possibilityof locality I "Madam, your" husband has loco- the pictures made give of them the-while Idea Beware of the Cough 1 LOMBARD IRON WORKS AUGUST. C/L/ "-
motor ataxia shooting you
they were
that" kaegs oa pred.tatly
the 'submarine coming up under "I know when a locomotor attacksyer that they enjoyed the shooting mora br.kt..r yn r night'. r.t ..rt SEED BARLEY Ct :.
neath the merchant and I with th.viol.hd
vessel) doing ahwdnyyu -
there ain't( no escape !"..!Trenton -Spectator. ....paroqama. A f..4...
All sort of. damage.. :-: .Boston. Post, America ot .N.o'r Care will relieve_ ., ... ...'. .
. .. ,_' I t' ,. colas pac IN.I ______ ,.
: -t"- QUAIL ON TOAST. matter .
I bow 4e l.14 -:.eraow I LArg.t grower.* of Md barley, oata, wht.I .
4 Sublime Porte '* "- -t Dry-pick them, singe them with paper It d"Irrlut.d I .p.itu, corn,,j>'tafonN. Raw.slov.n ..... ,
The Ch Uno' ,-r -"rr: first eurt_ dean air I farm wwo* In th. world' l lr aateloff' fr..| <
?The ]t rm,-".ubUme';;Porte," whlcfi . cut off heads and legs at ., a.d fibs the-4(Pf..d. Mud lee ta l laaip> and r.o.,lT. unplM WJ oiborlfjr
has stood so longfor: the centre :of : s Othello has just smothered Desde- joints split down back soak"-la ,salt, .= ptA rlvldlair 173 be. per. act*. slue.. '
I Dollar Br.M, Oat*, Sp.tta, aux, ...).' ?s.llyworth I I
the ruling power In Turkey, Is merely mona.y and water for five minutes, drain anS aD .kersi u'. sa N. aIe..e "., the French translation of "DabI! "And yet,!' b'e cried "she was never dry: with a cloth, lard them with baconor I I one 14e.aad mn w bj.a you
Aall" or "superior door." and Is the Inconvenienced by those new -butter and rub salt over them, CURE '
r UUOI too co.. Sex a. c., u era***, ale
name of the building containing the ruffs.Herewith place In broiler and turn often dipping I Icr

.of'eeawhere the council .of> I the minister he considered It an acc)- two or three times into melted

i. its under the 'dent. New-York broil minutes,
.holds meetings 1 Sun. butter; about twenty --

:"presidency. Of the grand vizier. Every have ready at many eltoes of buttered

w government building In Turkey Is Modern Improvements. toast, as there' are quaU and serve a

knows as a "door"" Is supposed reflector being covered by a eojtf pad First Scholar-"What's the 'lectrl- bird breast upward on each slice.- How Germany Builds a

6 to be always open to those seeking which protects the body from/ he hot clan doln' over at the schoolhouse" Epltomlst. t
tuetal shell, the lamp belug rotected>
,. Justice.London Chronicle. '
- Second' Scholar-"Puttla In a 'lec- '
,i ; by a wlra mesh hi tho application\! of tric switch.: OH. WOEFUL; : WASTflTBjones _4 ,JVavy- .
( Rather Tactlees..i the heater the reflector shell, is First Scholar "Gee mnlly! 'Ifthey's -My laundryman' Is al".y ,
pressed oter the parfwherp local np-
behind the season.
s goln' ter do the llckla' by: 'lec-
of heat is-xdeslred. As .
llcatlon no triclty I quit." Prmlth-In what ", .i'
beat can escape,,the interior of the .. Bjones-In spite of the Inclemency fiy Sidney Craves /Coon, M. M. E.
1'' reflector soon becomes as hot as can Rather Have- .r. of the weather be is ..Ua believer -
dso Property.
.I comfortably borne. The apparatus In the shirt waste-1Clevdand( Lead. aJU- I Ir
is always ready for instant application -' "You say this man stole your coat 1'1

being much superior to a hot- said the magistrate. "Do I under- era RILE preparations for the United States ,navy have been 1

.t water 'bottle, as It never leaks.- stand that you prefer charge. against DIDN'T KNOW more or l less buffeted about .committed and oh the floors Y i1

/ Washington Star. him"?" Coffee' Was the Cause. of the Senate and House of Representatives, we hate had 'r

"Well, no, Your Honor;" repliedthe 5YJ in recent years a very conspicuous example of the beneficial -

plaintiff. "I prefer the coat If Many daily habits, particularly of results accruing from a cintlnuous and regular naval ,
I Swiss Republic.The It's all the 'same to you."-Philadelphia eating and drinking are formed by sblp-bulldlng policy such as that at present under way in a

I Swiss Republic, with various Press following our elders. the German empire. Beginning/ with 1898, the Germans ,. ,
I changes has survived from the year _, x>* -- -" In this way 111 health I. otten fastened have been acting on a definite program worked out for several

1308 though Us present'Constttutlon Oa? : years in advance: It has been known
""'" Speedy Coffee. - upon children. A lady says far ahead of the
'.'. dates'only from 1874. It now em- .,.. "I bad been allowed to drink cof- time of beginning construction Just bow many vessels of the various classes
1 t braces three nationalities-German, "See here, growled the ,patron> In fee ever since I can remember, but were to be laid down each year, although later acts have much Increased the

French and Italian. The original the cheap" restaurant "this coffee's even as a child I had a weak stomach numbers and sizes. The act of 4898 contemplated the acquisition of a navy

nucleus of the. State however, was cold. which frequently refused to retain Including twenty battleships, eight coast defenders, twelve large and twenty- '
h ,. (4 German, and even now considerablymore "Dat BO?" retorted the polite and food. nine small cruisers, besides six destroyers to be laid down annually. This to:

C '.. than half the population Is Ger Intelligent attendant. "Well die Is. a "Thetaste of coffee was In my included a number of ships already in existence }ind work was prosecuted ".

''It's a perfectly stunning picture man. Federated under tbe Constitution quick-lunch, Joint; so If de coffee wus mouth all the time and was, as -I on the others at the rate of two or three large ships each year. In 1900

$ dear-and It's awfully pretty-but I'd of 1874 are twenty-two distinct hot= yer couldn't drink it in a hurry.: found out later', the cause of the supplementary act increased the battleships to thirty-eight, the large cruisersto a
hardly know It was you' at alii"! States. -Catholic Standard.Fadeaway food. and the small cruisers
.. stomach rebelling against fourteen, to thirty-eight. In 1900 the late cruisers
-- - -- -- ;'I now see that It was only from were increased to twenty and the destroyers to be laid down each

.t'li ::: AERO MOTORING S-ANEW SPORT. I Kind Preferred following the example of my elders from six to twelve.. In 1907 the active life of ail -vessels was yearwereraised declared a

Stationer "Typewriter ribbons? that I formed and continued the mis- decreased to twenty years, after which new construction would fill the place l
Yes, sir, we have all kinds. What erable habit
particular brand do you wish?" digestion remained poor nerves unstrung regular; list for'additions to the naVy.-Leslie's Weekly I .
Private Secretary (of trust magnate frequent headache and yet I

r.L )_"Have you any that-er- did not suspect the true cause.
when you use 'em, you know, the- "Another trouble was a bad, mud- 'tic d

the writing will fade away entirely In dy complexion for which I spent ,tlme Can Be
a few days?"-Chicago Tribune and money for creams, massaging J Sunlight Weighed J

r etc., without any results.
ftir .- I Ills Mother's Son. "After> I was married I was askedto J. l

I ., The star pupil arose at the school try Postum, and would you believeIt By Waldemar /aempfferl.
J. an old coffee toper, took to Pos -
entertainment to declaim bis-pieced '
tum from the very flrst. We made Itrlchtaccordln'c q, t:3
.ti "Lend me your ears! he bawled
It to directions on the
4 "Ha!" sneered the mother of the ITH the aid of Instruments that feel what
delicate flavor our handscan
pkg. and It had a most .
opposition but defeated pupil !"that' and I at once quit coffee with never feel I, and see what our eyes can never see, the modern 4

Sarah Jane Doran's boy. He wouldn'tbe the happiest results. W I physicist, has critically analysed; the radiation that beats

his mother's son if he didn't wantto "I now bave a perfectly clear upon this earth from fie distant nun. He has 1)ast the i polar

h'dd r? borrow somethlnc.-Tld.Blta.( smooth skin ane digestion andhaven't effulgence into mighty/ mathematical scales, ando has found '

r had a headache In over two that' the earth! sustains light-load of 75.000 tons. "

Love and Politics. years." "F 'P this intellectual achievement may be, It has ben outdone '"

1, Orlando Spoonamore.had proposed."I ) ""There's a Reason." by tile Ingenuity of tbe experimental sclentKr,. in

shall have to refer you to papa," Name given by Postum Co.. Battle struments have been devised that enable even our Imperfect

,. said the young and. .lovely Clarinda' Creek. Mich. Read "The Road toWetJrllle retinas to-note the pressure of light,-Instruments which offer that con
: r ;_ v t HewUgus. /' In pkgs. vincing objective evidence demanded hthe scientifically utilnfo-med maa.

4r Orlando reflected. ; Kver read the above letter? A new I'. him In the industrial rank and file, to subject him to the new feudality .* .,

"TC* "y,.," he sald_ "I suppose that I.I 'one appears from time'to time:. They Old customs and- old usages will Dorlsh.-where; the white Ox.ti went afield:
*& 'y3ritoDuniont''now tikes a
*)tructrid: shelf at the rear of. his motor-ear Roes Intel the country, baa s and you order the reteren-' are **. .t i farm are typical of France.-Prom "The French'Peasant in His, Fields.". in

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MAL STORES FiGBT FEOI1DA' l PUKE'FOOD' LAW. ,.I AlrTvho ,|1 0,000 Worth, of C u t.rf.its. ;f : ...-. ' ". .-,... H .-:. : : ... _

:, 4I41
Its Requirements% Approved by tha i "Tou think ojir A.m.riqsn olllllon- .

Argument- Presented to Con: _Tallahassee Department.,..Fla.,of-Agriculture.Following notice. !i i Would Ertfoygood sires buy a'sfood many fake j>Ic..' ":

ressByBhh Sides.IEORhIAJliMNST to all dealer in food and drugs: 11 :I .4.0 tur..r" : . i
% quor,. whiskeys, be. J'; cider, etc., Is health, with It* blessings must understand .. M. Roohefort laughed."IVi,. pits. : ,
official anil Important; rut!. 'lf. "shamefull' J.pnt what can
FLORIDA quite. clearly that it Involves
The Florida "pur food' law" requires they expect\ If'stheir own fault .-- ,
.6 question of right:living 'With all the terra
-- MtLaJlartlCje8 of' food Ordrlflk
Each"Side' Claims That Triumph of for buying picture as .they buy -
\ contacting alcohol shall be labeled Implies With proper knowledge of what rails'' according to specification .
Other or steel
W mld Create j letters
< Monopoly plainly In 'brevler
: \capital"
Cnanre.. and Countercharges.Waihingtois . , the,, letters statIng.-th4jer C8Qt' I* best each hour.of recreation, of enjoyment *,:_" I'll. .noveLtoJ'.J eJULh _!. .tiplcturef.t .L

,' of alcohol contalne&theretn.\' 't.
; TJ: -C?= 1t14tern ;-- Section" of theT"pure."fooJahddrug ( "" 1;.mie to contribute- be ,living aright. a richAmerlC5D.1fOi5$0F0Udof :

ination to '"manifested by bothadvocl.te law".'provldel that,persons who them!, So'convlnced (that .t.heY.'Wf'I'e
*. an4 opponents, the ipropoa! shall,violate any of the provisions of rhen'the': use of medicines may be dia- masterpiece' There 'were forty. In

*1. al for a federal -Inspection/ \ of 'haval this act naU be guilty of a'misdemeanor paused with' to advantage but under ordinary .' 'cost 800,000
all and they bad him.
stores' designed t to enter Into. Interstate . and for each offense .shall
conditions In Instance a.
.commeree Is proving to 'lbe"'very' ; m/iny francs. 'It was a bargain all right
4.- U1l01l.conlcUon thereof. ,be:fined not.Jo .
perplexing problem for:congress, exceed $1,000, or' shall be.sentenc simple.wboleaomc renedy( Invaluable ' It-tbVf .bad" been genuine, fqf" there

.. The measure affects! turpentine and ed to, not more thai .one year's Imprisonment if taken at Lbs proper time and the were great names In the lot: several

rosin especially.While or both'such fine and Inv California Fig Syrup Co.hold'that It'i i& old master, a DUz. a Theodore Rousseau .,
the advocates,are,jlglitlng to prUopment, In the discretion of the. : a Uaubigny and several! Corotsthe .
: ;, have'the Tallaferro-Sparkman bill en. court,' and for each subsequent of.. aUk Important to present the subject usual millionaire assortment, .
acted Into law at this session the tense, and on conviction thereof, shall_*. truthfully and to supply the one perfect .. '.Well.' he raid'a 1 studied them. ,
opponents are not only attempting to be fined not exceeding I $2,000 or sentenced -
laxative to those desiring it. them arewell done.! I
defeat such action .by this congress to not more than two years' 'Sonve of

but to kill the entire proposition for Imprisonment, or 'both such fine aDdJrl.onment. Consequently, the Company's Syrup of admitted. : Do of who '
know woman ever received.any
.. all IJm .' '\ in the discretion, of Hgs! ;md EUjtir ot Senna give. general .. 'Ah,' he 'Purred. you any :
In the arguments that have been the court. 4 '. aatiafsttion. To its beneficial effect.bu'th .' .'But they're not genuine.' benefit' front/taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable 'Coin"
presented to the respective committees Section 8 provides- that .the-term ',"Wtjatl! 'You mean'_ you've., founda poun.4 j '
of the .enate and house; It has "food" as used herein shall Include gen ine manufactured by the counteo-felt _

7 (been)f turpntlne said that and'the rosin federal Is 'required-Inspection to nil articles or used condiment for food by drink man confectionery or California! Fig Syrup Co', only and for sale 'My dear sir, I'm sorry, ,' If any woman who is suffering with any'ailment.. peculiar :J

save the Industry, and to 'protect tho other animal. whether simple, mixedor by all leading druggist; . are all counterfeits.' "Success M.ago- to-her sex will ask her neighbors this question she

y consumer from frauds! that cannot"be, compound. HIS ABILITY- UNTESTED. SIne surprised at (the result.: There is hardly a community:
or ar.e not prevented by such state that article
Section Ii provides an
'Does your husband ever swear'" Difficult Case of Eczema Cured. his vhere cannot be found who have been'
Inspections as exist. shall be misbranded "In' the case of country women
Both bills were Introduced by Flor. good" (which Includes drinks). "I don't know. I have never accompanied "- the"1 past have year been: wauader afflicted; with the of for a restorcd't tqJhealth .by this famous old remedy, made
1da and the Second. him over the colt course. that time. I have useS
men at&uments for. the If It be labeled or brandedso physician" all youiBnap

'bill have' been presented. largely by asto deceive or mislead the par'- ,Chicago_ Record-Herald. -- am entirely*nd Tetlerlnei welL I for am three a lady weeks eighty-and exclusively fcpm a simple formula of roots and herbs. _

persons living In Florida. It Is, the'retore chaser S C or if It fall to beara '
lour .ra'.olol.
Crrr y
STATS or : TOLEDO I. the have thousands.of
: Onio
charged by the opposition that statement on the label in conspicuous LUCAS Oouirrr J iss> MI. Sarah A.. Dean Myrloksr Mass. 'During past 30 years we' published _

the fight is largely one between the letters of the quantity or pro- KRAKK J. CHKHKT mikes oath that he !I. Talterlne, Ground cures Kch.Kciemn.lUMnc Taller Pit.., RingWorm In- letters front these grateful women who have been.cured,

< stales of Florida and Georgia. 'portion of any alcohol morphine senior partner the hem ot J.CllKSKT: : & fnnt'e Sore Pimples, Bolls, tough 'and _
Probably the most effective argu- opium cocaine, heroin, alpha or beta, Co. business the City'ol 'ioiedo4ounty.e4btst.aAor.sast.an4thst.s&4H Scaly h--i: :: the. face, Old ItcVng by Lydia E. Pinkham'sVegetable Compound, neverinallthat

taofaradTanct'dbrthe.dTO'cates ; eucaln;.-"cannoiblr; Indlcar-chloral, -' .'me4) ** time have published a testimonial w thoutthe -
and of
Corns, Chllblnins. every
will( paythaumot
of the bill is that federal In. drate. or acelallldc or any derivativeor Skin Disease. Tetterlne SOc; TetterlnoSnap .
LARS tor each and every case of CATARHir writer's special permission Never have we knowingly
apectlen alone can save the Industry preparation of any: such substances I that cannot be cured by the un 01 HALL'.' 2lc.( .Tour .dmgrlet, or by mall from .
The state Inspection In Florida and contained therein. :*) UATARUH CURB. KUANS: J. CiiKnxr: ? the mnnulfccturer, :' The' Shuptrlner Co., published a testimonial that was not truthful and genuine.
Savannah. Oa.
Georgia the only two stated. that The rules and regulations furnish tiworn to beioro me and au been bed in my Here is received few If doubts,
have authorized Inspection, is ue. full and complete instruction/ an to Ia. I presence this tilh day of December A. L)_ As a brewer recently argued, mince one just a days ago. anyone jj

nounced as Ineffective. I\tbels and other requirements of the 1888. ) A. W.Notary ULLASONSEAL labria.liall's . pie does great damage to the American that this is a true and honest statement of a woman's experi-! ? |

It Is argued that even If a state law. Copies of the law, rules and Catarrh Cure taken murnally.anj health. Therefore U should be I 'cnce with Lydia E. Pin ham' Vegetable! Compound write .

law wag effective II}. preventing the" regulation, and standards, may be sets directly on the blood and mucoua surface prohibited. Tight lacing Is injurious.
adulteration of turpentine and grading -' had free .of cost by applying to the ol the system bend lor testimonial> On the same ground, argues the' No and ask her.I1oulllton. _
ui of rosin while within the state cOlaD1IM lolllJ." of agriculture at Tallahassee treeif.. J. Cut: IT ft <.::0..Toledo. U. il'k
York World] there .should bo a law Te When I first E. Pink
the possibilities of fraud while the Fla. !bold:$ bit all UrugEmt ?6c. I\s.- began taking Lydia '

products are In Interstate transports. All parties Interested are notified .Take Hall'. family:! Pills. for conitipntioq.BILIV3. against It. liani's Vegetable Compound Ivas a total wreck. I had been ...

Hon due to the fact that 95 per centis to promptly and fully comply with M RK.S. The B-erb laxative, Garfield Tea, aids Nature sick for three 3'ears'witlL female troubles, chronic dyspepslsy

consumed beyond the south are the statute as amjile time has been Sister Ann-Did you get any marks inmaintaining( the general well-being/ and a liver trouble. I had tried. several doctor's,medicines, bait''

buch that relief must be sought. given to become lully acquainted with at, school terday, Bill of the body it corrects constipation' pun- nothing did nielany good. ,
Besides the fraud said to be prac its provisions.' BUI-Yu., but they're where they ties the blood brings health._ For throe years I lived on medlclne-And thought I wouldnevt"r

tlced, It11/ urged that under existing Unless the law Is promptly and don't slow.-The Sketch. When a man accepts charity as pet well, when I read an ndvertlsment of Lydia E.PIUk.batu's .
conditions the American Naval Stores will It Is safe to bet that he '
fully complied with prosecutions charity is advised -
and to It.
Company with headquarters at Savannah follow. Itch ""redft SO-mlntea byWoolr"rd'. not deserving.. "Vegetable Compound, was try

Ga., controls the<<:. market, and H. E. ROSE State Chemist. Sarntai7Lot1on.... ff.r.r fail.. At druggist. --- --'--- "My husband got me one bottle of the Compound, and It cUd ,

therefore that Independent producers Approved : U. M.> McLJN.: Bud 1)01l1P. me so much good I continued its use. I am now a.-well woman'
driven out oC the field. DREAD PUDDING. The greatest of all horsemen "" .: "In my
are bejng Hope Commissioner of Agriculture. I 40 with horses I have and enjoy the best of health.
year. experience, j
Is entertained.' the advocates said ---- -- Soak a plat of fine bread crumb In I found ripohn a ]Distemper Cure the moot a' I advise all women suffering: from such troubles to gIve %4

Fn: that a federal Inspection would make THROUGHOUT_ STATE. I a pint of milk, and when soft add succeeufui of all remedies for the horses. I Lydia E. IMnkham'H Vegetable Compound a trial. They won't
I the fl'ght between the company and It is the BTeotest blood purifier." Bottle,
I three tablespoons of cocoa welt" | mjxed -I I regret it for it will surely euro 'ou.-1\rs. Bessie I .
, r the Independents more equal. G. Bowne Patterson postmaster at /flOe and $POO. ]Druggists can supply you. *
l, The opponents of the bill reply Key-'Wc t, has tendered his reslgna I with a little water. To 1' another i or manufacturers. Agent. want", Sendfor I 81U Cleveland St., lI llIton.
tlon to take effect when his pint of milk add half ot Free Book. Spohn Medical Co., Spec.
I that the cry of trust Is made merely successorIs a cup sugar
Diseases I who is sick and is foolish
1' to strike a blow at Savanna, because appointed and qualified. Ills law and three well-beaten CKKS. Blend all i ConUigiuua Uoshen Ind. Any woman. suffering surely'not

I under the ropmled-, law )the Florida business suffering because of the demand I the Ingredients and add half a teaspoonful The man who a.kstoo many qUIt to. give such a medicine as this a trial. Why should it

product that Is ,now senV to the port made on his lime -by the duties jot Pour Into a- Sls. decidedly a questionable char- j'j'lIO not do her much good it did Mrs. Hicks.
as as
of Savannah would be sent to FlorIda .. as postmaster I the reason given for I buttered! pudding dish net dish'well-I.. act erf!

ports because It would thus avoid his resignation. ; pan or hot water and, -bake an hour. -
becoming subject' to Interstate commerce : Florida papers will now have as 7 !
Serve with flavored 'With va.nllla. @ -
t cream rJfttdfUJJ NOTICE
laws and regulations. much opportunity to'gather news at I al/e-y t'//ejTe' ''
-Philadelphia Ledger.To
With various charges and countercharges the state capital as any Georgia pa PLANTS <

I the situation Is becoming per. Their correspondents will uo Break in New Shoe,

'.' more and more complicated and It Is longer be met with denials when they I Always shake In Allen's }"ootEMfa MACON GA., Preparee and Placsa Stud.nt. ;and POTATO DRAWS For Sale.WrlU ,

c10ubtrul It any action will ibo taken Feck to gather news for Florida people I powdnr. It cures hot, sweating, aching Best Faculty. Method' and Influence. Our Btudrnti a- i rcoanlfOrt .. Oiorouihlr ..omJ"e, for circular print attractive" patois.
H I I by congress at this Besslon. ) nt the state departments of Flor-. I I swollen feet coma,, ingrowing nails antibunions. tent an4 Hood: posHUms are assured Cur ': r.ho1.o:: : ', In tlaelpllno and all and other valuable information -
Ida. All druggists and shoe stored, /Ac.: : endorsed tyeI.ryof Ilacon a.lIng olran : Send for fentaloiruo t'to.:::01 8. J. HUMPH..Adam* Ban, 8. C,
; FLORIDA. I I Don't accept any Bubfttitnto. Sample mailed
The oard of commissioners of tho 'axEAlleim 8. Obnstetl. Lo Hoy._N. Y. PUTNAM
-- slate Institutions has consented to' i FADELESS DYES; ;
Tract of 14,000 Acres In Hlllsboro I The Kansas City woman who baa .,_
, County to Be Settled. compromise. between the Capital 'ibrought because Dolor more goods brighter and falter nolorslhao *other I,... .... .. .
I { an action for divorce any < 008 loo. package color all llhe. They dye In roll w i r better tbaa aar other Are. Test
Publishing company and Capital City I 'en dye aoy amripeiu wtliiuut ripping apart Write for Ires bookJot-How bleaett fills.... '
Tampa lo'Il.-A) tract of 14,000) acrea 14 11)1. ace SIIzColora'MUNILVE: UHDU W. uatacy, ,
bank. The Mine', printing contract I her husband does not talkto -.-.,.- - g. "
I >having a frontage of four and ,: a remains the cfol'e. h might have been happier If she 1 If dreams came true there'd be an YOUR PATKNTbjnnrnswinetliad.-Do.
same as
bait miles aji file eastern chore. of Yf\. t awful upheaval In this old world. I S El-l I mnne.tret. l IS to u.#1 Imullnn ompltaltau and,
, sold' Five miles and nineteen, yards 'of ,.AIad narr.led: a phonograph' suggests j miuiitfaotumral Madlann square.Mrd.-n. bay,-was recently] .to K.w Vm-k... KAT3ONil.HArKNT A NO>KLTYEXHIlllTION : .
a 'local firm with| whom were Associated sidewalk paving maInly'of tila the it\chester Democrat and" Chron- The' Favorite. <<; CO.. ( +T ae.J \.6"e Hlda.,Fli4la.Pa gLA

In Ibo deal Robert Felly of ponnellsville. blocks, la a very good record for one icle. .\ -4 . Million* of suffering eyes have *u.. .....'. '0" rHKK >..-*.....
.Pa::, and W. ,W. Wrlght> otC year In a city the size of Orlando. found In Dr. Mitchell's famous salve lADIES 11.... ..f VITA, MAMA... ..110, _*. 1

L dlz.. Ohio. This tract .1* to be'dlvftifd l- aid that calls, for more.. Orlartd f la deLermined A JquesIe EyotEemcdy: > a -real 'blessing. Reject the offer of ..<>. antt..rsieTrll....... Hl"'MTYREWRlTERSM
I ', Into ten and twenty-acre tracts t -to .present a-neat. dress'u' f Compounded\>y Experienced Physician any dealer to sell a drug for ,your _t / I
,' and colonized mostly with expert agriculturists the eyes of visitors.Jacksonville I : Conforms to Pkre Food and.Drugs .Laws. eye. '"Dr." Mitchell's Eye Salve is a >fKVK

and! truck growers from Is proud of her new i I AVuis gist for friendserever"MurineE>Remedy.V.ed.Try Ask Murin.Drug-?. simple, healthy' remedy to be applied Bol'I,r..nl4MI1.z..b.n.| (...<1 wnrjwbbr. HtVltln_p.w,
j other* *wf<> ci a of Bi to Ml
I pr
the vicinity 6f the homes of Ute two Masonic 1 temple\ -not merely for its Profits to the lid* It cures without entering : cent on rniuiufa4-lur, |>rtrtx'tn&..|I or iont>iljr
latter ge Uemen. Before being' jJlJ't'' size bitt for Its beauty Like the :, on the teArdenTpatch might the eye. Sold 'everywhere. Price 2 Be. payments. C'.*. .d b, wee icutvr.nt *i tu manurer.tur.r. .
j he larger were It not for the nelgli1 itl***. Writs for .p.'etn.n. of writ Inn and nt>t
1 -on Jbe market the land will )>c.thoroughly .on-stony: buildings now going->. the bor's prioe.. 1'PEWRI1'kK5At.ItM(4s. *..5 -- .
chIckens. \ ;
1 ._A Yankee gartlencr- a.ssnceandeiL. ....
\ .. nI&aoI..c.r-Ik4o".r __
1mprove4naw fcolng .Youfl K Men'n CUrlHtlan asH opened In addition to the two well building and several 'great business I Onlr One "l3romotQuIntuo" I In producing a combination cucumber- -
' Improved roads which now pass1, Htructures, U marks a high tide In I That U Lttiatlr* Dromo Joiiuoe.\ Look.,.''oranee. Dut who wants to poll u
through the tract and probably a i I the prosperity/ of Jacksonville and I for the signature of U. W. Urove. Deed the I II ctlcumber with oran<
creek which, passes through It made speaks to the world of the solidity of World over to Cure a Cold in Da.y.2Ia.! I I New York World, and endow au' : FURSHide rov

navlgoMo for vessels of shallow .bet business of Jacksonville and Flor- The whispered word flies *. thousand I orange with pickllsh qualities and The Season I kf aks and Sell Kan WI.'.$3.O6 '
,I draught. Between 300! and 600 families 'da-tor' all Florida takes pleasure miles. \ I &.$3.40 Bhoes Thai Aay Other Maaofaetanito ''
I will be brought' to 'Florida to occupy In that splendid building* Mix For Rheomatlm. -- Wool >iii n i Kr ....-- .k. >ni* ef-...* S
I )frs.Win.low's Soothing Syrup for Children i Feather T.n....B_ Claeea't. I tkMMjun :ithtMn*'..*. ***** eape -p54 kllU4 '
these lands. There Is an Increasing Rev. Irenaeus Trout of Punta Gor- The following) Is a never .failingremedy
softenthegumsredu-js mflamnn- : I T5..d.n$5S.IIMI..15.
teething i att \
number of such prospective for GeUea k'v St.U SI ........ ..sseliyH .. _.. II
da Is the missionary' )1)rlent tohe! tlouaflav.oamn.etir. wind COlie.26e a bottlav rheumatism and If folvlowed -.p Ii
a I ,
or actual c'olonles reported In Flor'. Wild CU.-. .... w. .,. deekniarialbUd ileg-"_......a.a..III.... .s.. --.. ,.
SemInole Indians In the Evergladesand Jt will effect ...
Ida and the movement to fill tip tho'.state The Kitchen" Jewels up a complete) I i. 1 856--CW ....._uv k.L ..l'I.u.y.. e54y.e wesid tk.s _....wSy. t5.b.i5 D..pIa 'rr)
i: with experienced agriculturists Big Cypress. Rev. Mr. Trout'slong .Mistress-Now, remember Bridget tore of the very worst cases: 'Mix *>wilU'-... ..d.better..,res Ihwaeeaaf .a._.asS w___sMa .a ___ "
baa With the settlement service and the affection his ludlajj the Joneses are coming for dinner. half pint of good whiskey with one I er'ia'iia Uaa. RJmimm.aaF Mil' M.tt04.Taaal".Hi Sol** _.. **_ Afar, .iI:\
'of S,0H only industrious' Italians In Manatee charges display toward him Cook-Leave It me: mum. I'll do me ounea of Torts compound and add one '1 But la LteinOk. Wriai br w UMi 1 Na.rttilUl.. .n4= lugr Iinb.WtarlHf>thai rhe m'g ftiw+ 1fJ
that other' could fillthat rawiiyv
It.- and the carving of large prove none worst. They'll never, trouble yesagain.llustrated ounce\ syrup of Sarsaparllla com ecs La.... .ial.s_ M.a, n.y.,w-:....M l5s ned C5&I4Ve.. "o1'
county office so acceptably as he. I Fe.sate 1v.h"..dMlwl............... .'_. _ _
Bits. Take In Sabel A "
sections of Duval Into five acre farms I pound. \ tablespoonful doses Sons, 1 )lane -.... ni_W L. D6..ise
It may be interesting to the peopleof before eaxh meal and t27I.Mailistt. CAUTION I ._.. and pries stamped oa -.... ..:if
that at bed
there seem". a good prospect 'Manatee county to know that suchan ITCHED FOR TWELVE YEARS. ; time I tOUIIVIU.K.KT. Is_-,....-u..g............. -....__... \,,..
t Florida ''will before many years be authority as Henry James, novelist -' The Ingredient.. can be procured at j W.U POtOUO.UT laarfc tt, .......M.tSEEDS
peopled with the number of Inhabit Ecsema Made any drug store and easily mixed at
and traveler. Bays lie has always Hand and Feet Swell.
f'.' 'ants It can sustain In comfortable and found the peasants of Calaprla and : i- ei ana let nawArln. Affected home. \ r

t een luxurious circumstances. Sicily, gentle and altogether pleas I Too-Gave Up All, Hope of Cure We must not\break the bough df PostCardsFRi:

I If ; TOBACCO IN fLORIDA. ant. Jf Duke Pompea Ultta's plans --QuJd; Cured b,..Catlcura. the tree that has\ heltered us.
(It I "I suffered
succeed they may have a colony of from eczema on my hands, AWFUL 01MVKL ATTACKS Horn of
Andrew ..
Jsekion, hantlas seen ,
thousands of these experienced farm- arms and feet for about -
Grown In This twelve Tliwiln Wtiblnrton.O
Sumatra Wrapper reammy; C..and of her souveniraside
I'. State I I. unexcelled. era and hortlculluralists among them.A h. nd. and feet would swell, sweat and itch Cured b; Doan' Kidney; Pills After of national Interest. .loall, FREE: 11 w.-w,
then would beoom callous you Jno. F. Drasshim, NashTtlle,., Tesa. ,
and get"very
of observance of
Jacksonville Fla. In course appropriate
very dry. then Years of SuferfIa.F. meatlon this paper) nameand addresSes, ol O WE SHIP BEST QUALITY FIELD
I Mcfbile Commercial General Lee's birthday'was the I peel off and get raw -tried 'or
a communication to the presentation : moreyoungpeaple moil It'k.tioeituS.cet.
Boll the of Floridaat moat every kind of salve' and/ ointment nessoaireve or take leisonsOV MAIL IF TOO AND GARDEN SEEDS'DIRECT TQ ,
Club concerning a survey to University A. Rlppy. Depot Ave., ,\ )all Un.TeDD. ,
of Mobile county Alabama WIl- Gainesville of portraits of Jeffer- I without but at last success. I tried several doctor., ., sdysV "Fifteen years ago kidney _InlO.t'l'O the RISK KIVR" front bOLLAR-A-DAY the DOt.LA R-A-DAY class. cl then.a. I I FARMERS!: AT LOWEST WHOLESALE , 'i

ham B. Schruder special agent of the "on, Davis and Robert". Lee by Kir for gave up thinking there" wa -'a disease attackedme. START RIGHT by aaklnfffor ritEs catalogue. I PRICES.

. bureau of plant Indsutry United by smith Chapter U. D. C. sutad cure on lI\y'tryina eczema. .A the friend Cuticur of* Remedies raln in- The pain In-my DRAUGHON'SPractical I WE SELL CLOVERS GRASSES '

t State department of agriculture. For the genuine sparkle pf true wit but I did not them back. S'ED CAn
p" a trial-tinta I get was so agonizing OATS SEED CORN
"The Sumatra
makes this statement: of the "Dally I I
and rib-tickling humor .
o bad I had to do somethinttXl '
Florida Is unexcelled secured a f I finally had to Business SEED MILLET COW PEAS, SOJA'!
wrapper grownIn Truth" published as the official organ set and by the time they wrfe used I could College I I
. as .a wrapper for cigars by -Morocco-- Temple. AT Nr-M- S.; ,bEee a-vast Improvement Irnl bands and '' give up work. Then ATLANTA' JACKKOKVIf.I.!::, BEANS PEANUTS, SEED POTA, '
any wrapper grown In the world." Oasis Jacksonville, Fin., Is the best .feet were healed up I In fao I have had came terrible attacksof N.a.8U'VILLI!: nr MONTOOM.ItltY.: TOESCBBAOEPLANTSPOTAQ '
I i I'
This Is an opinion ffojn one wbose gravel with acute
thing ever published In Florida. no trouble since
arise T. Bauer, R. V. TOMATO ONION SETS
position Is such as to breed, cautionIn noble band of editors: 'iR. N. Dickey ,D. OS: Volant Pa\, Mar 11. 1908." pain and passages of '
statement, and sweeping as It, dltor-in-chlof; R. M. Harbour, liter I Potter Drurlk Chem. Corp., Solo Prop., I blood. In all I I GARDEN BEANS .GARDEN PEAS, ,

seems, may be accepted as aulhorluttlre. ary editor; Fred D. Peer, scribe and of Cuticura Uemedies, Boston Mass.Zvenflf : passed 2 S stones I INCREASE HIS INCOME j,, ALU KINDS GARDEN FIELD ANp
. ., It means that In the soil and '
poet laureate; John W. McOrlff funny some as large a. a FLOWER SEEDS LAND PLASTER
under the Influence of the climate of I hundred'and fifty a mangks backed by money,
- Florida this tobacco has been Improved specIal dltor. "and reporters seven*...have adopted for he ustpt up a good front. bean. Nine years of this ran me downto I Why not add $1000.00 to :I I ,AND FERTILIZERS. WRITE U8-:
state of continual weakness and'I )
., in Its merits as a wrapper. I one of their mottoes "The -Truth the The 1'emna Almanac. a $10,000.00 to yours by acting I FOR PRICES AND SAMPLES. 4
beyond those It possessed In the hab-I vnnle truth and nothing like th thought I never would be better.until I Write STATE WHAT YOU WANT, ;..
I The druggists have already been supplied I hegan using Doan's Kidney Pills. I as Local Agent me if ,
'Itat from which It'derives Its name.
. and state In their editor In,
ruth, with the 5runa almanac for 11! That It should be more sought after The Improvementwas rapid and you represent -
I leads, : "This paper Is called the Dailynith to the regular astronomical matter
than any other tobacco leaf by cigar- I because It Is pot ull /dally usually furnished In almanacs. the'articles since\ using four boxes I am cured. and I The Mutual Life .Insurance
makers Is li natural consequence of] and you cad't uelteve anythrng'ln It." '-on --a-strotopr-.- very" ntt-to--mooot -fcave never had any ret\irO of the NASHVllIf SEED[[ "CO Vf"
the blab:: esteem In which It Is held. J>pl. 1'Ee mental characteristics! of each trouble." I
tiga are given with faithful accuracy. A Company of New York. .. I;;
The proposed new roaa to St. Augustine Wit of lucky and unlucky day. will b* furnished Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. 215 Second Avepue North*' I"' :y
( : MAN NEW TOWNS. via Atlantic Beach and Pablo to those who have our almanac,' Foster-Mllburq Co., Buffalo. N. Y. ASSETS, OS/CH BOO.OOO.OOO.OO.

Beach will pass throrigh some beauti- free .f ch...... Address The 1'eruna Co., --- R. F. SHEDDEN. a4hvi11eiiv.t \\Ii

They Are Springing Up Fast Along the ful scenery. A romantic hammock' I. Columbus J. : They --u t-b--called apartment bCU"-.AJllerlcaa BIIIJoI1*.. ATLAKTA. GA. --

a* East Coat Extension. that one' situated about a mile below Even tiesliog In,.spirits may. be a : houses because the tenants cannot I II ff-ffBompson'sEygWater\

4 Key .West Fla.-When the East South Pablo and thete are other visible mean. of support. I live very far apart. .. (At.-09)) ). :, . I, 0* ,,__ ...:....... i-
Cbast railway was' built Mr. Flagler scenic beauties on the route.

dared to push the line Into unsettled Now St. Augustine Is to have a

regions and the settlements, and Boosters' Club Florida ought to bespangled

towns; sprang"up 'by magic, provo ) spotted, effervescent with
ing the projector' forethought and them. They should be In tnorough You Look iim1uJi4'IBI

wisdom/ The same-rr ttltrTB -now seen sympathy with each other and a visiting -

on the extension work. member of one club should be )

Townsarespftnginsrnp- >so fut, welcome to the privileges. of ny o\h.o-
-- -- - -
.Ule-.etrthat1r-Ia' difficult to
keep, track of them. ere fceabooster! ..c.VY.., .tho..I", grluty. .r J ,)!.lr.. U.. LA CRtOg' HAIN aUTQRtRfgtG.. $I.OO, reuil. .. > '7rii

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1 "NOT.ICE INCOl\JORo :'AN ORDINANCE j : .Notlce..of GJtGAt4ht11et t. i iI r < '
pFTi I In Court .& Ju.tlo of Po_ l etats .f Flotlda."aowtlaCnauty .
ST.. -c' AN ORDINANCE ta Amend An OrdlnatiMVn.!: reg-nlatlng ,th* loipentlon.'anilonndltion ..tllllI..t.) I _
f XlttadAn Ovdlnamw" Regulating" this IT**. of of plowta and prlrleaj rwintrlnatho .

ltntle; .bl liven that wo, She ;nikler.Ignedwl1LdathetrddayofMarch rod\ *T BlUlanl" Tablaa or Roofna by Minor*." twcof bnckflia and denning: their alao. cad 1 D.,N.: Flo'.4. 1 fp.ll I VIAATLANTIC -

( i J). 1W"',. lie It Ordained by th Cuiincll: of the ,Town of < \ia1UriandproiMjrlt.lnia fee for the near Frank tnnan. defendantAtlantan f ,

i apply lu IhaOIiinormb-e Albert W.Ciovcrnor U1nhnht. CiMtnunaa. Ulty, F'e.CIIONt ,\ II'tiCI'1 ..rTtoi'H In' connection therewith.! i Cost Uue,. R..iwe"\ CoinAction" '

of.lli. PIM of' ri.rH., her 1."tteN It shall be un..Iullor. any minor Be UOrdalnvd bjr the Council Of the Town pane. Oarnlihee ) .
Prauk Jones bffondant' Hid All Othora
19 .
PeLdrI.utborlalplua' lo carryory nn>tn*.. In.tha under th* ana of *licht an yaar to play at any of KlimlnimeH Cltjri I' \ COASTIINE\:1
I' Whom It may Concern:
'\ Writ ref VlorlV.a 'M a" corporation! under tens the Rums of pool I or billiard. .. In soy room Huollon! I. 1\.b.oc..r, Id the. Jud&l ineat of the :'] You are hereby >tiddd that aV.I\ of>>( Oar.. :

*ad by vlrinanf th* !*<+. of thn Htal 'of Flob I harln a pool. or billiard. tabla I* ...,.,for public Marahal or any polIo. office; It U noi....ary 1 J I, niHhmont has boon(n Uiiiad In th..abovl for

"lfla, and under and by Use tiam nf Tho A.htubll<> health i:', the>Mx. >vrry oran' indebtedness of $27.IO."..d

'M1I >, ny. The vri'lrxwt CfiarUrjef ; roum wh'n>pool or billiard. taklaa are kept for th* that buokeU and dbnnfertant' be rood"In anyHprlry I' that In the hand of Atl,,nttoOoaatUne .

Mid Corporation. being In worrta and AgurteI II.. ..f the publla after tha houi1 of *p. ..... anf In the Town. be aliall IroroecllatBl,'noUfy I your property
has been .arnUhoed .1
Railway Ootapiny

4 r W rutnfowatnsllt w-w 7"" ; J' ''' ( n"lil'ORD., any atnteltei4 minor l Lylolatln!under' this thla asp awllon of!..akel eighteen!ls. .J'u".eo yarn aa! ltar tho.ownwr, tenant aI'1i1IUrUb.Jke'or occupant,' of mild. anti privy dlan to. 'j jfocUnlx |[I ;and b
t O. A. CAKXON I by iaiprteonowrat for not mule then thirty days or ae play be neoewiiry, ...ld buckets to I! D. KHW. Jiiittfrninit by dol..l1lwllt Ve entered. .

X 1>.A, HI.A l'\)'1ft.I.. by a An. of not mona than one hundred dollaraf. or be 4>f icalTunlapd. fI'D1'tJf oilier loltahlemmllary .:against' "...... D. N. FLOYD: ,-Plaintiff', j I

It a, 11011:' AI'II.aoS.) by both such fin. and Imprlaonmnnt.4 m.(..rUL and lobe of the following i lit JUuitlmonf whereof JT bare hereunto lot ACCOUNT( OF

!'-1 /80.:2, Wboa.*... "being this owner laaa** or dlunniloiw.. Eleven iMcliee In holfrbt, and of t hand and seal or December 1
.. kaperof any pool or billiard Ublu.....UOI' the uullnrni'IAslde my "
diameter of twolr Inchet; and '
A. D. 1UOH. L. 0\. ,
.... of the public allowa any.minor under the eRs In t..11 of failure" tu uompljr with said' noUoo i State ;
-AW.h'I.K OK N'U'qJlAl'JO .
Iiwtloe I'onca Dlatrlui.Notice
: 1 first
/. of alohtM'. .. .n aa aformmld, io play' at any "irn* .. (Heal). ; of *! Florida Mid-Winter Fair
r \ Ftrat Tlmtiamoof IhlKOnriinrallim nhall l bto yearn .Itbln'I".t7.bight host, said owner, tmlatttor' : .__ _______-, -;=,i iI -
" I' OH ram ol pool or billiards or to enter frequento MutMilwnt. shall hu MUhJcct to a tine of not more
,, end
> C "rA4r IdTirlniiliml !
; THK AHIIT-IX Tt uricsriKK ..
." Vninir.. about .luck pool or billiard" roomaltar 'I to Creditors. "
. limn Lila or to Intprlwiument for noL m" re than .
.lm'i, > nf 'l-nuli < chall he In the City '
| ,
"- M.I.I hour of shell Is punh.hnd J" .
'u D..n.,
im -
q ii 11 ii v:a.. r..hllLluucl1..1l.n aidd_( I ,
-o; f Kt..lmm.--C-nl.;;: ;;;; uTJtaeda-RlCre: ; uT. { '
h. 'm"ri."m..nt for not more than sixty' naya, 'jl by; $..p, 1. It Nlmll be the rtulyNjf the Oounrllto1"Tft persona hlrlnlfrlaimaaprln.t-theelt.te ''Proi5" tanoni" "Aouth"DtMehcF liawttDrne: ; "Gainesville: ;'ftochelirnod'-

.Florida.H a Ana of not more
noti to *... traiiHa' <'liM by aald corporation dish be In within the timei :
lisp! H. All ordlnanom.. or narta thereof inThinn line to mo properly allotted,
the orthIl1."w".d WOT shell limit ten 3'r0. but not lucludiny'date of sale.
that of'.on nliiK.-controllnit end ImNfiiir nf tliir.tiir lA and the amhnreby preaurfhetl by lau', or Ihattaino will lie forever .
conflict hervwllh. nayrtu. but 1 permUled to purchase naraml ailuW coat I I i I .. I e .
'iHiula 'In tho "fuileol' Flow''''" And work Inn pi-fiit." and Italia). btMljednty of the Marah.1 1 1to :,. barred ..n.I..1I petunia Inlfcbtod to'iald estate

r i suit' untiralmg, llinlM-r on said lamia fur In rpentlue 1'aaand. In open, _...I..n I lain th day at JanoarvA" of said lmckala. and fllnlafm.tajilA i Hill rrmku ImilioiHkte' kettloment. with the Imdpsrsllned. --' - -" -- ..

tinrpoaoa, and the maiinrui',tnriim, amidcalliiB I). "l"9\ T -W. M.I.18< lo nl.w.t Ihn vrloe of name no furnished N.... ...BRYAN' '- "
hi.ll1..bfor. liinibcr snit nil klit'lH; of tit 'o"ell.r Town ofAttolt the Kohlotnr .
lIi'c..r. Admtnielralorpt .
y and I lo iwwtMiut td 4 s .
liullrllumaterial.; W'MMI..n ware, ttiKUvniliraiiui' I
Mfv '
Klieiliiiiniia TJ IU.l''oiuitaliil raaed.
and, nndIhn Hco (I. I II MhaUUnthu duty of the <' vngur, For" tickets' roHPrviitlons gr'lurornyation, call on nearest Atlantic) Lin IsA .
antes mntirlal
crate "
i 1'- J It. .IL1IEKT< .... Feb rylat,1110LJIB. ! '
f ender lliu dlrwlloti of the S.lIltor.11"11. I gent, or ,
1 er.Utlkaf.awmtllaoldlheowobig.rhertrritlaStilt \ ( .
; 11..k l of Maul Tow "Ut .rinply( and ,dtMliifot all prtiy" biukcU used 1 1I. 'J. tt CAKIt T. 1'.t: J. G. KiRKLAND I D. P. A. '
'!|ieratlntrnf litoain ami 'a1! reesele% nwnHichtera AI'Iro.1) by nee 'thes HJh day of anuar>'. A I>. 'often u 1 .
In the Town b
an HI and ]
mny Mfiiti.ry. TAMHA. FLORIDA.T .
i end arnwr. In 'tin iran, |'orlarlnn of Hunt. T M. MUK1HV. :. .i ..
every .nanerrtauantorooenpantof any bm-keo I C. WrllTU\: O. P. A. W. :' CRAIG '
P. T.
timber and lumber and of crr bust oflinlUlnir flavor of the Town of KliMlmitii ha'inllHi' bea. rly shall pay for iho I hcat>nicflt'ii;: aorrioci the IDE WILMINGTON C. ,
+ maUitlal. Ineltxlluii mi-ri '. 1
-'s Cit
(Iw'all) } .
fw. .
ttraen dornoarti pnrta cud forilgu ronntrlvaaud . PIUIII o< nlr-0\o i fDt per mouth for eac+ ,

Ilia 1 bitllillnii/! slut iparnllnn nf Irani,niadHami : Non-R :4iitent Notice. bin''ket, HO handlotl l by 111 in, not excuodinir twlooa == ..:.-,:-= 0_ "_ == .c.. '-,-=, '=- ---= .,
{ : week, and any; such owner, tenant or oocu-1 I .'
oarrrlim nn old enudaf ting\ aRi-tn'ral tnvrInK TH . liltI Iii 4.if*....ItI:.tun., MV4t.*ll4"*tit4n4 '4.-44VJI11-. pent fBilliiK/ lo I"' ) (or ,",'Ii .**.\ kie, ,upon due ( . ,. Fm'-It"'U5 YVyyyy iF'P'iF'IJ"V' a

A* 1fitnr. cull I the 1 I. n.lni!( nf Stale. nnd! omitiOcrtmlitH ,IIIoCennl: 1)' "I. Or,,.co111 m; Graduate of the S. SXO. and
I t I : us ndyhe iiiitrlnir, . VnMnn U'. nwn In Lhmiiiry -r than tweuty flfe dollara. or to lmprleeuutontl j I 'N NO. 8.

lug and IOHIIK( .pUh," cut nut> IcflHini' of Aunt IVIt.I i 'for not lf.Mlhan ten days. or by botli ttudillneIK I Still College of Osteopathy : a' 1
\H [ u lit 'lot' Di.or<'.* .. hnprUoiuiioiit. "
t4--. t *u.*li ppoMrrtv, real l mid .1'.1. tie nmv 17'11.1Gaerr 1I."t..I.} . __ __ ,_,_ st -
H "trl .
Mi H ' RcSSlw.: Griffi
i 'Itt I'
iII rr- SrKvt nct'r hall oaten r**|ortH to
UHofnl I or rmiint fur nrr\inft on : hrtUiiK In on iiittilr. 1 Kn|>.pnr by allld a ill '' Specialist In ill Houses of Wotnoh
... ..... .n.l.h.II'h. the Marshal of all :Suekttn. no ".,"tt.o1! by him, L
and "eindnMhag: 10..1" I ) l \'" 1h<> ,, (lint' 'tin' rphMttni of the Children
"h.' ctMiipUinHiil. Cud itHliall l bothv duty oU."M""hltllu make and Consultation end ev : 1
1 'f t' right In lm\. out) mil, m-ll 'htMfn of aldlel.uslk ] !Drfeudnnl.. ill1' AL1..1 IJl.rrt'." 'Ipoka, 'I. (In< 'h..rutikniiMit ,1\m'II".1 ..11\111..1..1.1101 Oininftct 1rumlhly 1 itminsllon fiw" .. ,
itf nthi.t rnronratlotrd, i b. h 1 nrrnuHud I Iant ,
mill hut hers, U tiKhtffiHd .
( uu |I".n Mondnvs and TliunlavsOffice. .
land dues lu like m''im''r.ft rollorltoim for olfH* | > \v
I mnnrn In ilu f""I. off ,. .
HorU' oiittln\ nude Ihelwould '
s U"h. 1.lIl1hto ore lo report' lame immee,
iU tiunlnoHti and lu Irnn.n,9 t nil other IBM lul I bmd'lhr ....1 l Defeudaunnd II but, (hu Kla > >Fancy Family Groceries
<\ 'I 11 motitli
) i
. once a
bimlnppM' coped ,"nt .n.1 I in ". fU '..II" in or nil
l' tend, l 1't ("',,,I.t im ovr the ago "f iyears' 1I.\ Ishiuton : .
I iif the f..Nulll" IIIihlraaea. of 'ilii ..1!,1 <'"11"| 'rn .. I.c. I Kor. the purponi. of t'ut"N'lulltI oro- -,-- ------ x\ .
( i ttnlori 1 Hint! 'hn.utd 'liw'(t'n.lanl' 1.11'1 rteluneuf
'thin OnUnniu'* (lie Marshal IH hereby )
tfuii nniil, Utrriiu, UIH:U.. be. ..n'l li.- it.ltorcb>' re \ Fresh Meats.
is. Thin! TIM .'miltlI.M l h of and I i'egrornt,Inn omjtotterod to Cuter.,uuon or Into any iiiemlxcKor For Rent. .
| julroi lo appear. f.t t lie) *..lit Hill\ Hf 1 out plat tit' '
1 I shell IM" f "O Ira| nn t p' IM .t\| II.1 1 lit..)? tU 'llllllOrrd bill iliiitt' oIl1.Io"II.'Vuy U".I..r tin* purI lledrootn and siltlnyioom furntshod, > -
Iou I 1-1 l ilti"f M"'h A. 1 1) 1'MtiiwllnTM
r HhnrUH of the fair J ".allt!, r' of $HHUHI, +,rti'h 'on Mundav.I I"lh.I Hll"<*uitlf,.nH of Mild lill) NtmM I"> >"HI of !1..1111.11111Ih.I <, Himlt-an. oiitllilon of with i". without t lout v I :oath; I Kissunmee i C. I-liner, ) I'very I ; Jhtat, ttnj Ildin Piitronairi" ollclLt>u. .
l lprli
Throe hntvlr' .1..1.1.( nh .li ret ft uNi.1, HIIt nrlh or u HUT ul'fel or other form ul' frcintinrjroiift house Apply tt>
'k > Lit 0. n fin roll lr.sel 1 bKAI|,1 ,1<'f,'u.lani. It it* . ktak.lhIS.fLt Ln&ifLM-f'.Jihrile A. A .thel4ISis A &4ti.itt.ilrtl1aEa
1 Kfttlfil. Hti" 'liirllu .h.11'1' \' Ibis under \Ixr |iililtKhv.4 Ij
tnc nii,'h an'lur0stigktjnn; dhafl .bo ,,""IHh.-.! I . ,
1>y limo rogccyuu." in the I'sr.1'1.!| MI \.11.\. .. .,.. : by -- --- --- j
In I tin oa o *'k for four rill "live uiiiUn in UH I .
. Itn..r not tnort limn (la nice duller I ..
eull or
1ht p.op..ftor (,v< rj kin nil <'h tiro p now - ---
k; I-lmiM''t' Volley' tin/iit( n IM' u Kpupt' r i.ub '
I. -Y ', b) iinprlvnuiiK for tint i.ioro (hen tt'n data 1 Str. Juanita for Charter.
own*',1 I hr 1 A (1'rnnfnrl.' I t1. \ 1'.n..I.I \ Hfht-h' in raid, 1 cant) of 0".1.) nod, Mult, nf,
tllnrk *ll .1 f h,iiA* \\ /liitji toimrtiiirh. d.111'i' or b>' MU h Uno mid inn pn.ontnrul, t
i ; e n > I"IlIrh'0'' I Thl''n'ict" tjf the' Htonmer Juanit/u
lug iMiUlniM" ,lor ill* lima .\jIm..f lel"| .'U M M J\, v ii V Al]' onliniiiif ev ur ,purls, Ihnnv flu -
i no lIefw'.tTpl'I'
In a ''I",- .,, otitlli, t lit ,, ill, > the h. '
::1'.h', t '"n "*>" ,In ,mutiVlorldn i it u .mtl ftfttnt uri nl\. i
]t> > ailius for
> H8un >cial
1 rki 'DM Ilh'u.t l on 11:htii lu rl< iiiitu htlnn | | or "po| '
JT OiHint' I n. ,Ind,, 1 j, all \Inuit, nil 1 rrpreled., .
nn .u I 'him 1 nnd,nix' H, .il ..f tlu, sit> .t C'01rl, Ill"!. freight service nnyulii're on the Kisgiuinift
, Yin..1il i <.<.."... nt>r*..hl'| anl t 4ttl Ji,a.i,- of im1 i Ilk 'list l nl ,U.n.Sri \ It |.NUIAivllll PnsN(,
prf.llrgre\ iti niti enl nil\ ,Inn.1.. my.1! a'I\w.l \ 'itfnl' I K I I'. Is. '.'FiA\, \. "r\'. ADI I''"'' 1. U I I,I.IN. I nov J7lfV! ('. \)Olll.t\'. -

property' .1111 N mm''\1''M.\ t..l.1 t lusts. (1.a' t 1 irk ..1 < Iri'nil ,iinrt Ig.eola( J'rt'taldont\, of ('par hl'il of Trot of -- Mater, L. H. INGRAM. Proprietor. v
t,; ', ."wk, HI nil... "< <.onnN' HI, 1 it i "Iii rlt' \\ ) -i \it- '.VM,,n%, KU.ri\.,Int Att.1 t KiHMiuntut lily iJ | -
i.- <*>'<'rt k%n.I flii'l hii"IK I h'r .".*M (ti n, .j 1 I It 11"1 I Io K 'IIH' HI < "'.k. ROGERS' LIVERWORTTAR

Y < "jmrln<'r.lifp. w here\*.I tht .HUH ,owl too ni)InliiHiit' Mullrrlnr. ';, Appm\ .tt lltU .9el| <\\n\ itf Ft,brtiar. A. U..1 I AND CANCHALAOUAFor fA.
- -- -- --
net. .>r ,Iftiiml the % Himof MHI,,t i l's" rte ". l?, I''vr' T. M Ml"' HI'MY I the oinpli'ti. earl .it t <4< ouch 1..1.! la,

:+ t lio 0'1\1 1 1 I" tin l'olpnrnllon| 1 J"\ .old I 1 r.,. 1'lirr "I t '\lq)1lrlhri(1 toi 1'.t xDrell M'la\or of --ftM Tin ,n Asthma cud 8'W.hl1" and all unKrnmplalQta I Livery Sale and Boarding I
I Iflll iKlliiK! tit i'ontininpti' '>n U4rwort. Tar cudn'tld ,
pnrlnrr.hip..t h*..rlubrII) i d. -. i,11..1!) ..1,1.1 "
] < btrrbavt for ilaiut-1. .
; HKI a MM i
forth t>'''ltii Ih.. .""u t'f I :i n "Mi'.it ,itsI I t1n,>. inHtrM l t. mloi: i>,'ctl\ll1:< j7 | ;and I psper.(1111' IN. pul'rhaced) III this iollko i labliahi'l rfpntiitlon' n a -Miulrtrl lonifhrpmt1 j

| .rntm' > >if thin < ..n,".." IM! fix\ Mit i.I 1 ; 75 <.f till ( Jt..1UM4.1,; SlUtlltOsol ( : for :!elc) Per )lI(K>, und there is nothin. ( ."faiibi)'. It' oontHltm ttUHti with ur mifrt otilntn to or jtll barmTrilrlriiK <1r?n' -- .'

r mini of ta..nxtn) ( HN n nut ulimtlnn, for ..nldr ) I .; heifer! to put under malting: I I 1'rice elIq l .-..1.\ I only hT. 'Iarenla PharmacyILI.IiSi1111E I \\'i,11 eyulpP.d| club( :Nt\t' Murk %Ihi, .I \.h".I." stud) ,pre- ;
i. pmM| 'rtyrmirlti. tlu St ito II l( Kloi ula.
I ; I IIHIII" 'lt> npet, all dtnitu1111' ".itli |'.t I tisfactiiitlw . '
4 : I'lir 1 hahulee., .f tho rnpila'\ it'". I. oI' ;
t t ,..+"Irr I. I.. t. t.; glrl" u "hnl l Muni.' i.n.1" I .
,' Hid cdrpnr| (Inn ntay In; null', nt purninli1i" "l pay :
ftrnttlrne" No "i, ,,
(1. l.rr .1 Hi'' -
i'1 mints theref linll l by inn,l\0'1 f n I Ice.i i Ind 1 nmti.t \
( ills .I"y..f l 'hut1 11 1 i-'t11ns i> E "ti-t
L of the PntKsl HI..,.i if .tnuerlra cud I 'thi n .1'1) \ D\
t 11''h'. .,,I >"i 11110 "ii i., i II", "Ii" "fI", in i hain' i.1.i 3'3 '
: '| | ,, 1 CA1'Al06m; MAILED ., Ystv HEAVY HAULING A SPECIALTY 'i.
\ '. | \ up in bur I tnr'Irl4 .1'm-m nintr.liti rtt
I 1\t tnrrna.rd"1 I.. nn ,nun".u nt ". _|pri Lh.i IM Ihnd ill ,lea \ 'a ex' IYERT c' 1 I

I..f the Slew' of Florets, I' bald.. 1111, ill,'MU' mLraet 'Iliu I 1..1'1(0.1.I i .- .vw.,. lay vise w.... $44&/1/ AW II BROADWAY PHONE 102
Finh This! rnrtrvM-Atl i ihnn i x\-l\ for n rp.) \,. ...., :
l uitiiali "*.," ,la intKlnrMn weer W -"" .
errrbselpnrprrl" ) in t '' 11,1" \ yaw
( 4.- YI.rr1:! "r tilt\ (1101( ) \ nr* from, ilu <.1.1. of tlu i I"Die l en.w .' ;
= ::.. .
limit II : Isis r w --- - -
.1I"I.r It. 'h.\o.\ 'Nr'
1.0'l 00 of Itlork ". ltnl>in.on'n VillitH-n 1 Ir KiaalmmneCita''a Yw. ''f
Jt HIi1 I'u.i"" nl, elua, Inrp.retlnu r W eel .iwm.wwu
.T\.1T hm .. ,;t".1, hr I' ,"hl.i. .. .rl..1 . ::: : L.. :: : I
I " n wa.M oils. "LJ
'I Hit. ....1 ,lalr'l, I I 10, ,ink,, I'I"| ,.....,I.II llu inn, nf' -'M Mtw oils .
f' And Troibm or aid A 1I."I.r. li l ir 4)) J IMnvt'.>r., l '
),r t 'fhllnll\ Ivc )lcotrVt Atinimlly on Uie fto..o"d 1..I\IIJ..llU Ills 'Isauani'o of ,.u. U tiriitiiaii' In eUtileer tin noun lif I a.a.d a.-..-..s-lw C.M..-..Iowa.... . THE E GRPYSTOXE GiBCE HUD$ PCHWE .SHOPS" .'

Monday III" yell aeeh year by.theslnek.holder. ..... ,
"ICI TO AU. <::
1111.t..i; r.
b ll bi redeemed
maid "i aocorjlnu
of the .111)11. The 1..ll/1"'llIf ..... ..on. FLORIDA\. IACTOE. ewdu :_ .. .
= .. |l xi IIIW\! \lax heard, will liiaiithereon. '( on .. s ssz
: A.
; = : LOLL
4 nemrdnMceraahnll. ndnctjho bu.lueas of'r. __". :::::: : :' Proprietor. '
the lush darof Irubrfl. ,,,,i '1I1'I/.,' JACICSONVTUZ. fj ter" u
'', l1iJ) ,, LA. oswp" "
: 'r theC01ietrstlmtgntlllhaylrebtinnual\ ' ..I .t\\Oil :.:: ., : : 1.
,, .. iixnt'anllllhclrsptslwsera, r'O.I".nt, / ,.\\ uraa, mv otHclnl JlIK41"tlle; !inq Feels lit I.r. afm ..... h_....._ _It" .AGENT :

I I r. A. Cr? .nfoi>l) KAnrPtnry, =\ ... ... C. A.* f I.fI! 'J.e1lq.' IIUj"r.lhl1d..1 .). dflnnuarYtiA.. : :U: . a f'ORFairbanksMorse

Car..... The ".."m.r H1!. hell h" I. A/ 19"9' ,
: .. \R'llTlt E. IIt)Slf.\:: c. I Gas Enginesand

Tltom.,11 CranfonlCA,,,". \ lths'toell; nnd 1 i lork Ir, .ml i ..url <)!,i I 1'rOnts Flurlda t Bargains at -Cash Store !

,lit i II IH'LI.f-K 1 l Outfits.
"" "rllih The highpftt inn"int ,.1 Intl, l< MtlnlillitT ,...\ I 1'I 1I I 1 I Irrigating

b,... 0. tn a hirh the. i 'rHtrMltttti,| 1at ...., I Notice to Ureditoi i I i .

any III".. f1".I"f It.nHthousand 1 haUy.LL 10Leu0e LIltLy ----,_._ -- -,----- - -"1------ _.__ ._ _ .w __
'k i' dollar All Morion. having claims avainnt' the came uMA White Lawn 40 Tn wide. 15c per yard. .

KiBhth The iiaiiipn anil plai.e, ..f r,.si I. nretho alter likaa. Hr. deceaMxl late of the" county of j Lace from 5c to 15c per yard: AUTOMOBILES RENTED OR REPAIRED

I i nf the unbHrrlMutf\ iiieoriioraton art.t 1 Oaceola. and ,"'te..f Florida must preaent the I j jaamu. I I
Pants. $1.50 to $5.OO .
y, ';_ t mount of Slush! H"n.. rtlxxl, l 10 y rash tinlowat 1'i.'" fol.r l lIn properly' atteateH. to the undentbrnetl Ad- per '
i ralnlatrmtorrllhln. the time prescribed by law. I Pair Stripe Pants at $1.00. -.- AKTKSIAX WELLS nittyis -ANY DEPTH

:+ J. A Cranlnrl J. kanntllle. Fl..rltaalaroa (0(1 Othrwaetheywill/ be forever !barred And allperson. TrunKS and Suit 'Cases at lowest prices. .

i, Indebted to sal estate will make. _tlle-' Picture Frames from 25c to $3.50 each

r r' /(!. /t.. Canton. KlaMimmeo. 1"1..1.1.. no HI..orris. ment of the same to the underiligrnd. ;

'. J 0\.81..11.. Anhloii Florida. IjflahaiThotnaa ...... HSNRY T. BAS Crockery at the lowest prices. i

i rJ Wllnon. !Rumor Month C..ol110 Administrator of Chi state of Walter Baaa. !S
I yyy :;, 1.barpF d.ona.d. Best Shirts made for $..1.00each.. ,

, i ,,< wltne wherraf the Verne. hereto have 19. 19IM I. m for a months Tinware at any old price.-

'."'M'\1h..l. betide and ....'. nn thin' the
the Beaver, Brand Hat.
The only place can get
you !
i ,Ik y 22nd day nf Janriarr, A. t>. 1WN Notice ol Application for Tax

1. 03. A. CKAVFXRD 1 plead 1l) Deed Given in Accordance r
//M the Best Shoes in Town. !
'. A. CAR pN [It1 .1] With Sections 574 and 575 of Headquarters for ,
x A J. ARL\CK\\'RI.L (1"0""{
1 THOM < WILSON 1".1)) the General Statutes of the

uI \''.... State of Florida. Isleswortli Nurseries. y

I I" 1 County of O.neol.j. 1 4 t;
; NollcD I. hereby ayes that H R. O' cnilliurrhaaer ... .

Belore.... the underaticniMl .authority, (wraon. of Tax oonlll........ NoaIJnri: urn 1 .
,' t '*' 'ally appeared J A. Cra"r..I..o. V c........ .1. 1210. dated the 3rd day of July A. D.( isgn.! huni t M':2.. :: ... teeN_STMAmM.. CtlASK A CO. IVOPKIKTOUS J. W HOARD AGENT I IVo :

I: t A. Blaokwelt. and Thomaa Wilson.. lo mi. well. said! oorllflcate In my .fnr.... and hM ,
F known to b* the pe..o.-d""rI'-" lu and u hoabrned. mail aiillcatlou| for tai deed to luue In accoiilnntc \ will have ready for next Fall and W'ln *r planting a general) \ :
, i . MACH BROS. assortment of Orange mid rii.efriili] Trees of all 4tl
_led and exenniad. the foregoing Ar< with law BaM fjortlflrai* embraces | leading varle-
J + tlela of Inoorporatlon. and who severally aoknowledirad the following duo.lhed'.ILn".d Iq ties Our trees are budded on good healthy rough Lemon -and I :,

C their alcnatnrea and the vxeontlnnofthe areola OOIIDIX Florltla to-wit: Sour Orange iyjot, /uarar.lwd; free. from 'Insects pest. of any (clod. ;

foregoluf Article. of I uooruoratlon to b All budded from Hearing trees In our groves and therefore true to .
r CC'ttllcate No 1206. Block. BCD of B. A. Matlh. Feed and Sale Stable. i4
.; their f1'CIn..t and deed for the nana and pun .....' Addition to KlaairamM_ City 1 Livery j name Our facilities for fi-owtng nursery stock: are fteoond to "
... none and our trees are us 2ne as and <
therein mentioned and expressed. Certificate 1109. Block I :J of H. A. Mathewa money twenty year'i eg the ,
i .. In wttue whwreof I hare hermuu wt my Addition to It............. CttTCertiflcat WOOD:-DftAYINQ lenee can produce. We are making: a apeclalty this season of '....,.

' 1a }r hand and affixed tny oftlclalaeal' at KUnlinmer. 1110, Block O P of H. A. ...t.Ia....' f famous California ValerU Late which Is destined to become thrreatent "1"
Oaoeol.Cnunty.Rt.te'of' Plo.lda.ol1 this the ( tuuney maker Id Florida Our Valencia bud come dl(1)
$ Addition to KUaimma City Flrl'itCllfe )
IEverytltlitg'is New *ml root from the beat bearlnir trees In the district
0 i and day of January A D. Sump The aaid land being aatoaaed at the date ofthr now famous for pro- ,'
1 (Seart( ., RUM\ Ti1nN Aa. unit Satisfactory Service 'dul'lnlllht""st\ Valencia In California!
u. IsatMiioe of such reTtlArale In the aCme of Render Prompt ( ....) :
:,0' Notary ..blt... State nf FloridatUarire I:nkowiL.Utileaa. Write for Prices J. 'W 'HOARD. '''' -.ot,
Alt Kinds to
:, nay"or NIght. Gotha. Fla.. or call and see our Nurseries
said ernncatet, shall>v redeemed aor .
- Uy (ln ,,,.I..,,... eKplrea Februarv :it. Sell .,rdlng lo law. tax tlecnli will liana thereon on heavy 1a iling. at Waco on Florida< Midland R. R. "

-- -- --- --, ,- the Kh dar of February A. I). 1WIH.' .

Petition to Sell Real Estate. Witness my official, signature ayjj ....' this the AT SeAMAN'S: OLD 3TAND. PHONe: 113. <

.' izihday of lanuarr "\. D. 1****.

+ \ Notice ta hereby given thai thenitrienlgtiodArnold ,iHral) AR1IIUEE. DoNI<:IIAS. DANN'S ;

t J Baa.. liuarlian of ihf e>/,*aa of 1.11 Clerk i'Ircn'olln Otreola 1'011..1,. Kloilda] I WAGON WORKS

II* Baaa, Tol na.., Ttmppe. Hat, 'llartlri beau sly tt. II 1JlUl.loQCK. D. CNotice A ).

+ and Anry na... minor, will apply to the -

J County Jndir of Oamoia onnty. Mtau. of rior ; of Application 01 Guardian L

) Ida. 1n probate.. at hit office at this Court 11 0'", I to Sell Real Estate. Mills byT Machinery Co. H4OH GRADE VEHICLES MADE TO ORDERAT

.-, Ju KlMlmraM la !Al4 CO\1"ly..It .-ynrula/ }. tht REASONABLE '"
2tut day nt February. A. D. 1MO. at 10 rl.ick Novice la h..by1I1" n that t will apply to PRICES. ,

n' In the forenoon for .an order to sell at pail aleajath I the County Jud(. of Oaooola County. MtaU of 22 OCEAN 8T.. . . " JA KSOSVII-IAE. FLA. "
I E', a.rr.r..te. Inw.....'. Of the laid ralnora Florida on the 1Mb day of February, A, D. 1KO .

*s F t' .\ HB th. rollowln described real eatat. innate] aIn for a. order to aell at prf..... .... all of the 1'ortnbTiB, and Stklionarv Engines, : -- "

.,. Bald O* !*ola am..",.. to-wlt : Th. north wed right title and interest at Ummiagar oii. a minor baw MilU: Woodworking Machln- '

'E' >qoartar of the northa quarter of. AeotlonTwntyon I lu th. following ditaarlhed real M
x (*1) In To\rnahlpThlrtr (*.>) South .*. lying and being In the County Oeeeolm ; : L/ general' line of nupnlles Complete. ,

r a ,r; ,oC ..... TblrtrO*. (V) Kant, lh. ,flrldnl Lad Iltnte of.Florida. dtntprtbexl an followi, to-, .rt" \'f JoH.' \ 1Bec&rried lo itook for immediate All Kinds Done First-class

a 1 laleyeuS e' sea or MM minor being an tin di.! wit: : FA r.'o'9v ; ::T. vhiproeot Sold) envoy terms. by Workmen. 1
'vtdelon..lzthlntsmalof' .|.. and H wet of uonheaat of _
nice. ' ter the aald BrcinulnxUI corner ,. .._.. ., -
land; Mid application. to b* made In anoorrtwtta norU H" ol lot :t, sea ta, T. :s.. R. >> ., and noth ,: :!\o-'. :',. l.'fJ:" _ It wtll pay you to consult ug before [ 1

lts,' "aaM the petition thU day fl'..1 In jolt .no* wet 721 ft, thence south 9M R. taeno* a k: '. . bin hilI', Postal will brlnur our sale) *. I

(f, .,..It W _. M& f*. thence n T9y< dec ilea R.u..__ 1 man. Write for Illustrated! catalogue '

ii a :t b, ; .Jeagary a.'ICJa. A. D. uw>. 8111II. ..4-S ft. tbene n wt r 11IO" nbeLtasis. . and price J. J. DAN l

. C. ,. C4. Proprietor. : ,
Jl, :_:. : 2ARNOLD RAGS, -.oll. \T*are Gaaml 8outfc.m -Jt for Calahi.itd ..........rEuwln.a, BoUafa. and Saw *IIIa.. .. .
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