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 12, 1909
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00372
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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;,the Board rf Trade to Serve At Grdystone-Was the Largest acid.. Most;BrtlUnut -. Listen to an,Ably Opinion From Mr. I' ,. t

During the Yew---financesIn ,- ,; Affair of ;Its Kind Ever Held in.Kiaim- I "P. A. Vans,Agnew on the Con.demnatiofi -' g ., ..


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"- "'Th::1Ir.ti1Deet.iaJria-t'bl'U&rT'-beiulr I .' "The1lrtta annuarbanq of the ttliImmee .11,.. IDII'- from him along that Hoe _. 8I.UMF.JD. FLA.; Feb 2. 190: I. ', ., .

the date on which the annual.lection Board of Trade'took place at oilrbtSUocon>trued a* aelf' atter)'. b.ut. TheCounVitmet In regular! session 1 '" ., ..

of office*? .take lace little busloe ,Tbe Graystona on'Monday Dljht.ald! called attention. to the fact that. the there'ISetngpresentT.. W.,Kills!: pros'- ,. ,

avethatxwas; 'transacted at Monday was the largest and most successful L rllllaot i ssemblage be was addressing Idem; W.J. Sears.U. M Pfann.C. L.Bandy I g' '. O.urine' of Fall .. ..

of : .'.} II e Ii Xion of. the Board of Trade affair of Its kind ever held, In this city, W.RS evYdenoe that we all were becoming member\ of Council; p 1\. j ,

The unanV, committed presented a and a more representative gathering lied!,! t.ed" to the necessity. of Vans Agnew, city attorneyand J.'R. ,
.i reporton the tx>uks of the treasurer, ,'>f Klsslmmee's best man and womanhood banding together if we would have our Gilbert I clerk I . '

4 saying that oWeer had kept: his account will never be gotten together. town le.d.1I otHvrs In middle Florida. Tbe minutes of the last meeting were t Goods for Men, :: ,, tr .

In such a\accurate and com- around a festal board.. w ".What O.ceol\ County Offer to read and approved. 81 ,

preheat ni nee\that It was a Pleas-- The hour for the feaat.was fixed at If- llomesewkers" wa\be toast answeredby Report of officer were examinedand j .

are to audit them, bleb report wa" o'clock and by 8.30 the guest began 'Mr J. M. Willsoh, Jrr but while approved. ,; j Women and' ." '.'

received aid order sore.ad on the arriving .at the hotel at tbe front entrance that gentleman Is possibly better) qualified The following: bills were approved .. ,. 4

'fniaute* .. x < of which they were met by the than any other. m. \In this county anft' ordered: paid, towtt: ." j -

'4 BT mmotton the reirularXprder of business entertainment. committee end ushered to speak Intelligently alod knowing T M Murohjr. eel a* mayor . in uT > j,,
l was auspwnded andvthe election into the'spacious parlor, where. they Iv on the subject,. as. hp bas or nearly Walter' Lorous, sat aa marshal ..... 80 110 Children is now, '
of officers !CoDe into. wblc\ resulted were entertained with music by theKissimmee twenty y.ar.* been engaged, I buving Walter .......n.. Rout .. . A", 6 E iL t :
real. estateJn . H Ing-Kin,val *. polios' . . Ie to S ] '
follows: Orchestra until the signal sellingand studying J H Stewart, ..1 .. polio .. .. 211 00 t . ,
Pre.l eot'-.T.' M. WI1I.oo..JVloel'.ldeotrH. was given to take up the grand march section and is thoroughly acquainted ,J Zg -..ysal treasurer . .. loan3RCabwt..si.sciwk ) for .
C. StanfoSecretary .: lo tbe banquet hall.'This orchestra Is with the conditions--climatic,. health. ... .16 00 j open your '
W EIIU. ski aJd...... 800 8 .
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'Meelc. resourceful1they exist be .
._ -R. O. one of the finest in tbe state and is $. I O ti Bandy, sal I a*aldermen : I
/Preuurer-J. W.Preotie composed of our own home talent ,he yet declared it wa too stupendou W" J Sears, ... a*alderman. BtroU '

Executive Committee-W J. Sears 1\11'1I.. S. H. Bullock playing first vlo-. question for him to do justice and M Pt.... *lary aa aldffrmanirg .... .. t'1'0' j 8 inspection "
Ooodvtiu. .I ttn M rue 60I4
A. E. Doneitin, Roma Thomas J. C. n, Mrs. J. W.'PrentUand Mr. K. A. .merely stated that the Garden of Eden r bale, lm IIU j .
Moore T. M. Wlvers, E. A. Nlemeyer.Mr. fiemeyer second violins Mr. J. W. must surely have'been located0nthl ...,.",,..tt foe l> I ,

Sears on behalf-of the entertainment Prdnti* base violin, MlRuby Kill I identical pot, for there wa no placeon L i Xaithrop' wjtne.i witness. fee. iU t

X committee, !staled that eveiy and Mr. R. A. Wiley cornets. and earth Its equal which expressionand E Wm I Maok'eXJey,,wttne!*. let lea ... .. Ito rIG : I
thing was In readiness for the banquet Mrs W. H. Johnston the piano. belief> is voiced by all who reside Oeear MiMr. wltueu foe 6U

fa atNTbe Graystooe which would While\tlie guest were being seated I here and those who come among u.du..lojl Henrietta fnokion, "llne.. fee ;,,0 t I': Tz's'-'I
Edward wUne lee rill KA
Melton *
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\begin at 9 o'clock, and on motion them and during the time the Brut course the winter month Mm JoiirDlgmn\wltso>.fee. 10 t
et.wll adjourned until the 22d i*.t., was being I: served the-orchealra played To Mr. S. J. Triplett was assigned KHz IxilUiii. w u""*.fm IIII

-*i which time matters of the gravestImpoitanoe loft ...od. t. music, which added tbe object of "How-to Advertise and Josephine Korre. s..iltajx tee 10 I I
the welfare of the. Board Build Up a Town" which :.e handled I. KuuimrnM T1epnonVio,ph..... rent 1I/ ,
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to the beautiful
greatly to already scene, W tt "..k1ueoo.0., n L uun"U: scum 10 110 t I
and the town and county will be presented w..de.o. oy long-, stretches of bamboo in his usual. forceful aud to the point I \V B Hauler printing. x 17 11X .
for action and It Is urged that placed along the Vails and In the corners wanner.. He stated that the tlrst und 0..1., Co Abitrart Go\lu format lull 110 t tI ;
M 10 (110 .
every member be In attendance. of tbe Ihall, bile an immense surest road to success! la building upa Joe Mlnlut UUver.. uuioedtogehl 'r". I V.0KPDann.sl.ewptofEL t ' ;
Before' the election of officers Mr. American. flag covereM the wall at the city lied in a complete unity of action ant 140 00 .e .

A. K.!: l>ou -! an. the retiring preeid Jt, head'of the room and ti Ime %I"l.f\ly behind oa. the part of its citizens, and J Jit Ollbort, ..I. B: L PI'oll.. .. . :35 110< > I ; ,
oJ the while hold feasts and Uilb rt. irtKI.P8J 91.8
made a full and complete report ; the toastmnsUM-. \. that we may ( U lldvl Cu, mdnc HIP 6 Is. j J
Board* work during il.e tlrst MXmonths' The tables were placed fh.sections- mutual. admiration rheeiluita, they "MaJdniton" Co. m4RhP: .. 11 110'I' 1
of Its exieteoce. which brought would du our !town IILt.lelood/ unless Kiss Lumber Co lumber k L P .1 08 \ VVVVVV _
of commendation one across the room at the Broadway I used a liberal supply of I I Standard\ 011 Co oil K L H . 48 III VVVVVVVVVVVVV rrk44i&4t.
forth manY exprwaaiona side, two extending Jengthw-Ue two- we prlnwr'I\\ J U Ohritlopber.: ludso K L I* tb WSouth .. 5
the ink in the world ? .
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from memberson letting -
and approval thirds of tbe wav down the ball and ,' Fie Foundry, work on valve I. 6 !r -
the rerv able manner to which he lone : many and. varied ojportunites we have i (jiilf .."'11.1,,.e.. "II K L P If 941 1 lu6r .1k.R 4t/ktArlraao -a - '
the affairs of the Hoardas at which was seated the or& e.- i|I to offer. the homesteker, the I&vestor I i Fla KliH-trlu Cu: mdwe K: I. I I' .. ..I.. 'ISS '1\\ a
had conducted 1 I 1.1'. .. cros.wlae at the rear. end. TU se 4* H K.Horiuflr. talior K: I.1' ::41I.uy 1. "
frt chief executive and a rising and the tourist\ Mr Trlpletl" said if < lM>r h C
tables decorated with :
beautiful
vote of thanks was !Chen him. There were required the services of IwenW good! j Hurry <'< t\\,11:; laliur; J'I t P .. : ;-. ;1
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j colored lanterns, flowers and hand Spring Fertilizing.
U.ah.m. Irilmr K I. P 1S f
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when Mr. Done- ousters to offset the work of one I ,
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wa. some and rare china and cutglaas ware, I I, \\' r BO..II labor R I. l J' fl'
; Iran refused to allow his name, to stand I I making one of the most pleasing sight k ,ocker, and urged his hearers to flay |I R M HaiiHcil, lalior K 1 1.1' 46 I :.
for re-election, and quite a number of beheld. ,.JiNJiular; attention to wiio they elected R A Rowan labor K I> . 46 Be on time Give your trees a good start. this spring. I
t I the e es our peoplee\er : I 4
. Ufihe of Commissioners O F ScualiiiiH.. ; dr )aK<* K: 1.1' I to '
cast their votes for him anyway.The positions County alp them to throw off the eirg-laden leaves that will in-
; i It was lo o'clock before the banquet H O SWnforcl, wiKMl KLP .ill DO soon ] ;.
" president, Mr. J M\ Willson, was fully under way.and on account, ,aud City Councilmen as it Is'I' Heug1,11.ww.I|| KLP: [:918 I IKI. 4' t; the whole tree. Give your tree food that. Jt may work for

Jr., is a man thoroughly fitted for.the \of the number of courses served It wan to those >odlos we must largely look : ( *. Lunilwr Co, kal) >. K:L I* 6e 7r, I.. y. Cents now make dollars later on. Note our three' dls- f.f."I t ttiuc
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position being one of our solid sub- l ''we.'t'I ,for the comply and city's advancement. .. o'mula
, l 11 :M before the loams reached r I.AUy, ml HM ,H('a 'engtirMPSSIH 4515)
has a and affable He laid pot Ideraue) stress on the fact ,
stantlal citizen, pleasing ..
the following being the menu: .
!S J, Triplett and II C.
, 4 manner and Id a line parllment.1 ..- that It was e\ ryDSO'II duty to give a I Board of I I SPECIAL MIXTURE NO. to ', '!k ;
the
l VetM Soup Cunaomm tJme'and i.Stanford, reuresentlng t
clan He has been a resident of Kis- portion of his a peiceutagei I
Olives Kbwirnme*Celery PlcklwPlace Trade, appeared before the board re- IWVIA.1'f ORANMB TREE UROWEH)
.lmmee.lol' nearly twenty years.., and of his income toVard the building up I
Oy tr- Oyater CocktaiJ I'! g-atdiuu the arrests of tramps, stating! \ :HBMINOLB TREE liROWER '
has been and U Identified with manyenterprise I i Sliced Tomato and L'etuc. and betteringthe nditloo'o' his town ,, ; : '
here, and la a man who is I j Baked Tohopekalla-a Trout. BrownJSauce 1 and If he failed U do so, he failed'Iustrhat. th air PI various times men had been t-
F t Fitter au Glace Duchea Potatoes far In the I i I arrested who were not professional Wo waut w\ eQd you our booklets, especially the two
strings to
I' measuring
known toalwavs' untlehUpurst. I up w r
: Prime Roast f. Dlnh Gravy yew citrus leaflet that are the beet
: foiced writings publishedon
tramps but were : to tramp on ever
of ; ,
attheflrsl calr'of. charity or public! f Mashed Fotatoe standard good cltitishlp ; the .
His reputation for honesty andveracity I Stewed Corn Stewed Tomatoes Grew,.Pea "Good Roods Make aX food Town" i iwas account of being unsuccessful In procuring subject.Write
1 d dood and he Ovceola Punch \ handled in a most elpuueul manner : work, and to detain men of this for them t day. .
is unquestioned, I Chicken Salad Fried Oy.ter.Coffee who probably ha'd families, d class, 4I 'Dle-Back.lt>Casaaa ssd Treat-- :
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I bv Mr H C. Stanford, who i .
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t pendent them for support worked I slant H j MaxonIc I Apple Pie Pumpkin PI. { known throughout', ibis. secliot) as the i ,\ on I fertllUlsx" 'lrUh Potato**,::: Florid Strawberries,". "Ideal, j ... .
Vanilla Ice Cream Cracker C.Ch original expounder of the dons ne of a great hardship" not only on the In.dividual .,. Fertilizer. .tc. \. . \'
puts : Auorted Fruit Nut and Ratlin .
. he undertakes and ...e predict 1 for the I CI...... I good roads. He was thorough ac- arrested. but their families
i Board of Trade the (greatest ptosperi. "The I.srly.DavI of Kissimmee'' quainted with his subject, and ioHjieI I I also, and, as a committee, would sug-
( ty under his guidance was the :first toast of the evening, and I i short time of ten minutes spoke moV Ion Beet to that the the effect Council that pass each a man resoluk who- S CERY COMPANY, or address ' y7
Tbe vice-president, Mr. H C. Btan- was responded! H bv Mr. Jno.-M. T.ee. sound logic than is usuall i ,1
detained
f.\ii/ ford, needs no introduction to the citizen The ommltt e displayed excellent[ I beard In a two-liouis': address from a Vas clxurgeof by the beglveo marshal three on days a ;; Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Company ; ,

:. of this town and county, for on judgment In selecting' Mr. Lee to answer j so-called expert. Good roads may beMr. vagrancy ,. >r4
V when the public good Stanford's hobby, but it I I. bobj work, the town-paying him for his ser'vice : JACKSONVILLE. '
1 all occasions tblav toast, for he is one of the.fewremaining let understand that FLORIDA:
: was at, stake lo ,all-cases where the pioneers'of the days, whenKissimmee j I bles that bring about all the goodthings 00 them j \, .
be served at all times "little we enjoy, and It is safe to say whenever they came to Kls.lmmee.tbe) .. .. iF . .. .i; '
needy were to I wa' else than a cop would b compelled. to work_at least . .. ". - ., ''gr lf'tiR '9"4n4n4nfR" I1KV''."Pr n.\ ,
that before he in his effort
of our community ceases
when the advancement camp and Indian. trading post. He recited *
this method would
I wa to be discussed whether that many instances of life\ as It was there will 'be magnificenthighways three day a, and .'" r .
have a tendencv to drive off the "pro-
ft time was during the balmy and beautiful lived here thirty years and told throughout this county where there,: 'essional" would not be unjust to 61M19MM111 W WK __ N1 bb' '
ant
. ."" springoron a'dark and) rainy of a famous self-appointed'ljudge] who are now only hog paths. v-

winter' night, these wa" found Clay heM court at, any time It suited his '. Captain Clay Johnson, 'Sr., was deserving part 'f 1t

'; Stanford shouldering{ his full share of pleasure, and who on one occasion, called upon to answer the toast "The After hearing Ue statement of the I -

Use load and ,battling for that which ifter-a man was convicted fined him Village Improvement Society,"'but as commtttee the Council assured them SchoolSupp.SJ

,.t was right, and agok art that which was two gallons of whisky and ordered It tbe Captain hag. berthed his steamer that their, sugrKestionv would be duly

wrong. Any duties devoKlng upon produced in court at. once. In those only a few: hours before, he did not considered and action. Vn same would. .

-him he -will perform well.-an(| there -lays there were no railroad in this feel equal'to the occasion,.1 bur stated be taken as apraZsUcablev AND TABLE: I s-- -

was no mistake made In electing him section, and'travel from and to San- that one had only to look over our Council received a, co uolc.t.lon

.; to the office of vice-president fort was altogether bv ox team. but town to nee the wonderful amount of from several citizens In the Vjclnltv of X+4

: Tbe secretary Mr. K. O Meek, and Lhe people were a* happy and contented good the !Society: was doing, and declared I the old( Keller residence staXpir tbe

., the treasurer 4r. J. W. Hrenlls sue- I a* any on earth and thievery was that it should receive the heartiest same to be In a very unsanitary. and

needed themselves, they having so ef- unknown_ support from all male citizen unhealthy condition, and asked .1.. EXAMINATION TABLETS '

hOle tlv performed their duties during 'Kissimmee;: Today". was the subject 'The Ladies Goo Bless Them tops be taken at once to. abateunsanitary .. MADE ESPECIALLY[ FOR "

the term ju.,. closed. They are both allotted to Mr. R. O Meek the efficient was given .Into the \hajad:! of Col. G.F. aDd unhealthy conditions '
\ Tootlemen of the highest standing in secretary of the Board of Trade, Krlb, a, and from the eloquent manner The same was referred to the city attorney . QSCEOLA HIGH" SCAO.. L. '

; business as well a* fraternal and who handled it in a masterly manner. in which he pictured them, the good for opinion. to,proper procedure )

church circle and have the confidence He told of our maarnlflcent Ulgh School they-do, the sacrificethey make and In regard to tameFred :
and of all classes of our oltl the sunshine Mclotosh was authorized to
respect building,' the new Fraternity 1141the pleasure and they bring, \
zen*. five handsome churches of our thirty- it 1* evident his ,choice In life ha purchase a sufficient number of hear '
''s The executive committee 1* an exceptionally a happy one. I nine stakes to res take cemetery lota
proven
\ve ufcrcbants, most of whom are doing I II simmee h hwHNbo
composed The and ordinance .Drug'oD1pany'V
strong ooe,-btiloll city attorney
business In modern and up-to-date Professor Woods of Atlanta. Ga.,
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instructed look Into
public citizens committee were to
of come of the most spirited
'. brick bu lid I ng.,of our splendid.\reet.a. wbo at one time. was orlncloal of oar .
in Kissimmee and the affair of peclaJ acts that might be necessaryto +
txmlevardsand lawns,the like of which school called and made "
was on a .
the Board are perfectly safe to their have passed by tte next Legislature ,,,
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could not found In the United neat speech, in which be expressed ...
Instructs
The committee
hand* at all,time State lie told of tbe city owning himself as heartily glad of the opportunity street
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unsanitary
and operating one of. the finest and to be prevent and Join in our t. .
DEATH[ OF MRS. BARBEAU best equipped electric light plant* to first annual merrymaking. to An employ ordinance such 'help relatlnar as neoessarv.to the use of i..'.'_.'-'_..._--".__".._._"' :" '''''''''''''a t.......

be found anvwhere= anlof the many Mr. Clay Johnson wa Invited to 5 .
sanitary buckets and disinfectant was. WHAT IT MEANS I
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magnificent private home In 'and address the banqueterand on behalf.
tailed to'her around our town. He, paid a high of the member of tbe Village !Introduced which was/read a first and ;
Estimable
Most lady Improvement second time,' and, upon motion duly Many people do not know what Bsnk'.Ospltal I"for. or Ute 41'baDk ...-:be
compliment to tbe Valley Gazette by Society thanked the Board of tween a of little or no capita' mud on* wlu> a lroapllal.. : " ;
Eternal Nome stating that it wa the best weekly Trade for its kind to be seconded, wa put upon its passage '
/ pa invitation and unanimously passed. ( See ordinance Jl BANK'S CAPITAl AND 80ftl, LC,*
On Saturday'evtlning' last, at the published In the couth, and that It present at the banquet and made one In another column. In the fond that protect the deuoallors. from to... therefore th.larger'It Is tote
Inprarn' Island,th. bad done and was doing more to convert Of the beat after-dinner talks it has greater proteolloa tb*'deponllom here rhl bank ha.* -
family home on Ki .immee Into P. A. Vans Agnew having been pre. . .. ... . .. .. .. .
a thriving and ever been our pleasure to bear coming Capital' M .. ...I.eon OB >
.spirit of Mr.L. E. Barbeau departedfor populous city than all other force from one of the gentler sex 'I'loullyIDat..ucted. to make an lnyesll Hurpla.'luod at... ... .. .. .... ..n. ,'. IA.OOO OU +
Its eternal abiding place among combined gallon und renderan opinion In regard Stockholder'UsWllly .. ,. .'.' BO.oqP 00
: Mr.-.Meet's 'apeech wa Dr. J. W. Simpson la the capacityof
who had walked in His lightand -
those kept HI command so while on earth \filled; with Bound reasoning and good toastmaster. was tbe shining light of (and Osborne to opening\ additions street through, presented O'Nea. the A total of. .. ... .. ... .... .,. ... (IM.UDO 90

that they were fitted to forever dwell advice, and wa highly appreciatedby the occasion never once losing him Thin mean that we must "loss lt\XXXOO bafor our depositor*..oojiM loss a'
following
opinion. : cent. This protection .la for YOU.
In file his hearers."Transportation". self or letting Interest lag. Ills introductions '
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( presence. 30 190CW 1i
Mr. and Mr. Bar- wa assigned to of the speakers Were pointed January ,
Fifteen year ago STATE BANK
an4added Hon. T. W. Bills, President of Coun OF KISSIMMEE
beau began spending their winter Judge G. F. Parker, agentat, this clear eloquent, and humorous
and purchased i; section of place of the Atlantic Coast Line Roll; greatly to tbe. evening' enjoyment oil. Town of Kissfmrnee. Kla.Dear \..
among us, Sir Referring to application i ............. ', .
4and and built a home on lo ..am'. That i* *subject with which, .the, <-, *- -Kt . .ic>> .i.: .
winter Judge 1 II thoroughly I familiar, for he I I The thank of the Board of Tradeare of certain parties for a street adjoinIng - l
Island, and each returning certain loll behind the High School i ,.C. A. CARSON JOHN M. LKBVlosfrl M. B. CARSON
1 lived there, until. they became to be has been connected with mOdes of due the entertainment committee. Pruldeiit
looked upon a* a part of our people.Mrs. transportation in this tate for manyyears composed of Messrs. J. W Simpson ., block which In O'Neal A Osborn's addition --,-,,"' ''' ...........\.--.--..-.--.---
referred to by the Council
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J. C. Moore and W. J. Sears for their was me
he
Baibeau wag a woman of rare and a* stated, be ha seenthenl I .
attainment, and all wbo came in contact grow from the single ox cart to untiring efforts' to make the banquet for Investigation and report, with - -

-, with her knew at once they were tbe solid vestibule trains that dally"pass the success It was, also to the members I authority to employ thecounty. surveyor Ift x+Ofot>OIIOIJOt10ttOtAt10ft00011ot> * :
I follows
nobie and through our town. He told of of the orchestra, who seemed to never beg to report as :
._ In the of true
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presence
the business tire in !their' effort to entertain thosepresent. 'I i Mr. Oliver, the county surveyorha. 0. A. CARBON. J A. l CRtcFORD.S..L LUPFEB.Vlue .
Christian and the heart of growth of. from the day ) .
woman,
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when would I l made a of the territory affected PtsslJent. ---."
take loadof
a r.1.1
I li all our people received a II&.tlnllj" wagon a ,
which herewith enclosed. From
two bale of Following are the names of those p Y
death or cotton forty
wound when it was heralded, that oranges '' .
Sanford 'there '' who attended the banquet: this plat it appears that the affected
had claimed her. ., mile to to be sent bv
Hurberl Fleming owning
1'f Mr*. Barbeau waiborn In Kinksq boat to Jacksonville! the preseot.. Mr Bryan...J. itr wu....... .-Mr and Mr*.' lot parties 1.2 are and.3: ol block C !Reddltt
court,' COllntyKerry, Ireland aDd lime when our great railway system F-. C- ;Mr.J... W 1011lJ'J5 and air*. E. ; KISSIMMEEMBE'R'to
wa yearly hauling thousands of cars 1.. Lealer. Mr. A. E. Don Mia* Donejran. owning Jots 4 and 6 of same block; I
when lady.
Canada
moyed to a young MbsFutcb, lot
Mr. J MoPha Mr.and Mrs.C.;W. Alvev, owning Isaod 7 of same
where she met Mr. L. E. Barbeau to of fruit, vegetables and flab from this Ortffln. Mr. Kens The..... Mr. Joe: Tefforda. Mr. block; H. L.. Roberta, owplng lot 8 I ,
whom she was married thirty-nine point. The was the and Mr. N.C. Bryan. D ,W. W..c."ra.. "
information IN. B. C. -.. Mr.and MrIW O. of same block. I
J June. Beside her source of much to those 'FJ Krlbbs. Dr. and 'G
next ,
Mr W. L Wlnn Mr.and ... There .*
Mr .. '- Mr. is no street abutting upon any 1
'
i F"' ifhsbatdthere are three son*, Malcolm who heard it, for there are few who. and Mr. H..C.. Stanford Mr. 0... r. 1'....... I of these lots parallel to their esaside.rid '
s', L... Alexis O. and Walton C.. two of al IzeHo what proportions Kissimmee Mia Mabel ........ Mr. and Mr. J. U Beaman, and DressedtPine
Mr. H. ....... adjoining the South Florida Railroad 1- Rough
while bas grown. Much regret was express.ed T. Stanford Mfr Eloi** . Mr. F.. H.
wLom arrived Monday, one
on ; ;
: LenrM. Mir florrle LaMr..and Mrs ... t. survey. Certain of !the lotshowever
1* In far away France, to mourn for when he ceased speaking, for all Tripl< for the dep.ned.wUe and mother. knew he had told only half the good Woed. Mr. and..... J. W. "11Jer. Mr.and )I... S. upon some ..
tl' H. Bullock. Mr. and M"B. C. Miller. Mr. 0. W. the street In the Soutb Florida Railroad l- Lumber. '
The funeral') war held on Thursday, story Ward Mr.and W. B. Harris. Mr. and ..... survey. For instance, the south l'r
-tbe Interment Uklrur place in Roseau The subject of "Education" was J. O.WW__ Mrs and Mr*. v. u. 'ee, Dr.J. wMlis /, bait of Fleming Jot 1 front on the end
cemetery, and the remains were follow given to Superintendent of Public Instruction siID.r.DL 8... .._ Mr. J. "C. Moors, Mr*
of Posaiel tbe of . ,
W. J Sear but that U WTrllley.Mr. and .... X B. Jarrall. Oaps.and avenue: greater part \ft -'
ed.to t.tie grave by a large. concourseot gentleman Mrs.. cKr Jali_ Mr. and ...... ..OMeek. I Fleming lot 8 and 3.front on"the endof .
,. sorrowing,friend, contented himself with saying' Mr and .....W. J. ._Jlr.' W. O, Patrick Mitchell street aod the Robert -
4' that the public 'war mo' familiar with Mlaa Cornelia ............. ....a. M .....t. W. .....-! lot "
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I 1 HAUDS SAYS TULMANIftk TO FORTIFY CANAL. MONSTER SLAYS'WOMEN TOMDU.SWEEPS.,THE SOU10. Iirii CRAPES FIXED LATE: NEWS NOm

Danger of An En.my D..trorlnj Locks : Property I D)
..... Throughout Vsr1sSt't.sWill C.atr' _
ff f oE'jlt' the Suffra&V Law of the in Tim. of War. Pervert. I* Spreading: Terror at, Be V.ry Heavy. By the Expert Appointed by'' Forest urea are racing In southeast

., II r Southern State. JPanamavNpw, that the typo..hasbeen Dayton Ohio.' LOuisville. 'Cy-Death .for:probably -thje Agriculture Department; Texas. Heavy losses. are 'being Inflicted .

.*, definitely settled, the greatestproblem ,_ a score persons, -losses of "hundreds on 'the lumber companies.A ,

DEMOCRATS that confronts the builders r of thousand-s-jjf dollars.ln 'prop flreman -'on battleship Ken. -
VIEIIE ANNOYED GOVERNMENT'S'UP
flho'anama waterway la tho pro- JS THE WORK Of ONE MAN erty and 'the crlpj> )- oL many telegraph RVISIN'Eprts tii'cky while.Jumping./ from a {
} I' _
teCI Ion of the canal against the foes trim of f
wires
resulted a-erle .
I I .ASM! thu Republicans' Dlifhted, By the Six boat to-the' sb1 ladderSeh1,
Girls th ,
of the United Slates In, time'of war; ,i Attractive ,in,F c. and Forin. .mall tornadoes, which swept, the Rco.lmndTlat; )

.Frank StatmnU of the I oa h. -Pislu.utoloct.Tstt. ha. heed In- i" Are Strangled to'Death, Iaa_ t.y south, central states, from the Ten. as Adopte 'board and was drowned. -,IIe '...al

.. .C.oIl.S.buitor- -_*'"-*- formed. thaLYithiflJ.h&aL1Woare> 8wW".k. "1 ieIsaO1liio'tOthoTetatPatti1aU: .- :By'Them Mad burled at Gibraltar and the'coffin was
.
-e" ... .a:...._ "",, Uf Ofcil. :
no less than five Japanese experts 1 A." "l'beo"Stormswere.ltl.'lt'Ompanled..ln"; 'i .ecgote4j ..jietacbmentspfand t ,r .
Was lngton. During hl -Ri n I _
D. > the i 4
C.- Cleveland D-
have been here 'at different times' 'Ohio.*-That the murders: moat. cones, by hall, darkness, terrific \ glon, American( marines.- ,
1- eour" /,of a. speech en' tho.Crum noiuInaClon. tliidylux the canal whit undoubted of six women In Dayton were com light. flashes/ .pud! sheets of rain. Ing tlat the standard of tho different Alfred-'PIcard, :'wh6. .. named'min-'

e 'I. ..', [ :. Iii the senate, Senator Till- object of .discovering Its weakpoints.., mitted by a single individual Is the Two women and,0. child were .killed cotton as fixed by them be ister- marine In succession .to M.

'L. JUan of 'south Carolina delighted the of defense. These weak points ntjfltsL j,'tlfeory pf .Dr.: Charles 11 Clark, tbe at Stuttgart Ark., "nd at Sulphur .adopted as the official cfasllc'8Uo'. Thomson last year for the purpose ot
:Now.; they have former, clinical director of the ef the government, the committee oexpcjt
w
'i'ro .many. >een gov- Springs. Texas Mrs. C Caldwehllost
..republicans'/ outrggd1ts- -democratle'icolleaguos I I reorganizing; and / out reforms
| !lernmcnt hospital for' the .cotton..classifiers designated by carrying
purtiBlly"Iliiliintcd.. : Insane at 'her ,.
life -
f ; From Rolling Eorks: Miss
by .his remark on ;: tup French navy, baa. presented to.
.
I i Washington the 11
and i BeCI'etary.f agriculture to
The original jilini of the canal had now superintendent word came that had been kill a81st'him Cabinet
southern states' suffrage restrictions.Many"Of tour of that country
an.extensive -
f tina Cleveland In :'establishing standard
two lock> at uHoca, on thp'very si-A V, State Hospital ed. ,
thq democrats got up and ] have .. ,1 L L "Circumstances Identical each) Bo'dlh. Miss., -reported to Dirnilnharn made their 'report the latter. The plan of development which.no.t .
CHllle -Tlmywould iieena plal,x Jn' to
) l' 'Jeft1 the chamber. The nujrophilea casa'pd.lnllofa !! J.hut. !&lx.hB f single'murderern -'eli.lnI4ee---bag- -
mark for an onemy's fleet that might ; said -up--ty pes. reproseutaitlve
that place. In oilier towns such naQ '-
listened with her hanjls to' their'ears as ) .- - --
: Dr.> Clark. "The (xfndltrr 4IOO,1OO.T -
tit the
.' lia\e hall"I. lip vlthln rifle shot blown facL, In the Dayton Ennis and Waxahac.hle TiJxas and nlue'dlerent graxTas, .
to. catch word.Senatjr despised bids fair
eager every coclileburr
series bi '
ni.di( loLliH hue the air at the first have >n published broad- Doscoe La. to' be denlgnaUd.middling strict
Tlllmuii insisted that the flnj, and thus have destroyed the eh- |, cast. Yet no similar crimes have occurred have, bell, many dwellings aro saidto good middling, good" middling, strict /t.o a product of cuIUvat'!

'II ''disfranchlsement laws of tbe south tll,' canal, without tlie slightest trou- elsewhere. This Is 'an- argru- Arkansas demolished by the wind.' middling, middling, strict low mid- An experiment qf making
were frauds on thftrr face; that their !I '. j' sIlent for single murderer. and upper Louisiana rice dling, strict good ordinary and good weed In a, mill erectedterthepur-
7 administration, was -joke that they !I 11.1" fields were 'injured to the extent of pose at Vidalia 'La. l la said
; |, Uncovering this. fatal defect In I "This monster Is atlectlve.Ills: victims 01 (Unary to be the' official standard. to- bye
i; .were In open all'dtflfleentb:violation '' time (V
,L., of the fourteenth amendments these I two locks tlx miles back from ,I Their! circumstances In !life have been larger cities experienced'raln8 and view of the confus.l.on.Tlmt. might ers in that section have gone 'In for 8

; that they were almi-il Kjlrly I deep* water, planting.them where a similar. Alt were girls attractive' In darkness 'a) d lightning bolts that JUJRO in case the standards w te promulgated Its gathering on a largo scale' Tbe

at the negro and dlsfranchlxid him j I tango of hills looms up on either side !faceand form] made large buildings quiver.. At at once that they should promoters- 'the 'plan say the .future

because he was a-negro. for additional protection. Also on 1 -"'1'116 best evidence that all six ot Chattanooga there was a terrific not go into effect until September 1, may develop I cockleburr plantation.
.., "Tbo fourteenth land .fifteenth! amendments tile) murders 'were committed storm of hall. Reports from Birming In place of cotton
Sota Hill and San Juan Hill, uard. by a ciii- 1910; It I Is also -omtne.ndcd that ef
are not worth tile )paper lucy IlIg either side of the mouth heavy I le'o' Individual is thu fact that in ham stale that seven persons 'were should 1)6 made to secure the cu-' The s.t range afflllctlon of Anna _

were written on," till 1.1 Senator Till. batterlea wlll_ be placed to further I each ..cftae'the victim was strangled. killed by. a tornado at Cullmiui. Ala. opei'iition of foreign exchanges In connection Katie, R Watertown. Conn., mill girl, ,

man, while every man In the chamber guard these locks. To make the defense This-the- use of one method In several Uirmingham Ala.-.iMaybr George with the standards. The -further Is I>&zllnl physicians. Last .week,

,, gasped with ('Olut'lnalon.! of the canal from this tilde cases-is typical of the pervert. |H. Urler of Culman, Ala., wires that leconiuiendallau is made that while working In the box departmentof
Senator Tlllinnn Admitted having The Dayton monster has seven people are known to 'have been Hemingway Dertlett silk manu
complete all the Islands on: the ,, or< once in bis life v"ti-d. for a negro It be fortified. Jack the Kipper, the London murderer. killed In ,that county 'by the cyclone any one ]tampering wiUi.the standards ta'ltrer. she suddenly lost her memory. -

vras before the days of (the dlsfrtuichlsement In. the Atlantic!: end 'of the canal which passei()\ over this section of the which are to be kept' locked up at Ieore she reached home she

I a'mcn.iliiient. He wallIng liv locks"on either side, are also six 'once the pervert hall taken lifo In state, but. that wire Communication the department of agriculture Secretary had her own name and
In the Aiulerkou district\ ( which a certain thereafter Is impossible with the where she wae. She ifow lies In
; miles from the possible approach of manner, he cannot stricken locality. Wilson still has the report, of the ftKtato -
'was overwhelinlntsly \black republi (lit, enemy's guns. It haM been an- be satisfied except in Chat IdentlEftL ; -I committee under1 advlsein<7nt. I of (coma havlB brief rational

can He said the democrats' had ilOti ii.CE4, thatOen / the ClIstrl: through life. As long the north of Birmingham! wal ('JJlres"'dthot of y ho m she will call by -
1 rymnjidered t"o as tu ger-j of the United States ordnance bureau, ; as pervert appears to have thereBult of an ,; The ole name.
all lliv' negroes In that .dlutVlct )( IK. Cluing here at oncw. tu locate defensive Is frve he l Is bound to commit more been very large. Numerous trees stundaidx of this xlmfluTon-- ) She take; lt\I nourishment,

had wines" like a bat and !1e'H like a hiatt 'ile's) wlllioul loss of lime. crime. I In my opinion this jjervurl Is were .Mown'. down on Red mountain, tries the Ril. would llonrl Lemolne. the' Frenchman
L asshopi><;r," Kald the South ( ---- 'not ouly sane, \but r"onsllJle.'hell\ within % mile pf the corporate limitsof to the I least. ('onfu'.lol alIS\ whose clnlmnthat he could manufacture -
i llnlan. convicted ol crime he should be Iliriningliara.! cotton 'LU.lnl's by adopting a diamonds, were aired hi courtsof
k \V\I1.: I got tired vol log'IHO.// "THt: MAN WHO DARED. punished Telephone commun classlllcutlim uf ( that .was acceptable .
sue paper ballots and oncoolcd -- as anv oilier criminal. I ication' I 10 the north l Is inhiocslbleLUIllUt. : 10 foreign'otOI consumers, but- 1'ftfln last sl2mnei'has be1n ten-

II tbe__ nelero__ _.._ ('anfUlllllc'_ ." Notable Career of John B. Moran, the I! Dayton) Ulllo.-\\'lIh.. loncliiHlouot Texan.-I'ropeity valued at 1.11 me fenced to tC'1 vonrs' ImiirlRnnment In
to of
lie sdverlid to, t the Japanese1; situation Boston District: Attorney, Ended. microHcopIc examination of the many thousands) of dollars was destroyed owing a"llol congress default. I.. lone!! fled, just Iiofore'lhe
commit
loo found It lo
in Callforllla,\!1ncl took I thv anti- stomach! In search dt IO""lbleI'accs I and several persons. were In J le..HRury co. final licnrliiK!'; In the rasp against him.
Boston Mass. John 1). Moran district fluItself( to slated In use In
names
Japanese bide of I Iho c'untioveiHy, EU)'- of poibon tho final autopsy on the jured during a storm of wind and Inu Hfciiri'd money from an Mngllshdlnmond
inn It was a plain ('\li\1 uf.J aclal aiitlpathy attorney of Suffolk: < OUlII)' >\ hO i| body of k>ll/.al>ttli Kulhurt ot Vandallu ruin in some Instances attalnlng-thu this country.: The standards llnaLlyrecommended mine ow'ner on false pr. '

and Dial Inwo* on the side< died" In 1'liocnix Arizona where he !t tgainml Ohio, Dayton's! latent murderlctlm, proportions of a tornado, which swept. I ) are those in l l In practically ti>iifroK by Ooclnrlns; that he was able
was seeking to resloiu his health had e\ery day's business thiotigh-- lo nianiifitcttirn(
of the whlto man. lulled to reveal I the Tfuuiediutu cause throtiKh*; lion h"I'I Texas and diamonds.
I. \ ) portions
thv popular BO!>I IIJIHH of the ) out tho of I the
\ of the Klrnrdcnth.Tin. greater part cotton NcarK
$15.
: : Mr. Tlllman was supported by his of Oklahoma. <00 from
I inuii who dares." belt, and are the standards l acceptedin WIrcalzpd
only tangible theol y left the In northern I the 1(01" nnd In of
COlIeagiio. from Houth Carolina. Mr. Texas telephone wires 1" 1."la one
: III 1900( he run for governor on four I commercial I practice I "between this h1
police is that the have .New Yoik's
girl
: : Gary, who spoke for foity ihlnuioM ; say may and telegraph' wires "are out of commission. -t 1 for the
I tickets-the democrat )p: olilhitloiilM. [ and 1 characterIJcs !
been wliich country Europe. The *- bcMioflt
L _discussing the issue lu a perfectly legitimate ( i drimged; accidentally I of the victlniH of (the
1"lan1"Rth'uII"
independence .lea-sue: and citizen j estimates of .
,- i ; proved fatal aUlI the 'body thrown In- At recognized In HIO Tlie unfair was
way HH a social 'pioblN i. election. MusKogre.! Okla the powerplant
to
aud lobt the Governortlulld '
to the abandoned clslcin to co\ er the Riades arc those > used by the '
of
I up 11"1,1 ( a
than of I the many mu-.
rather a )political ISNUIIlo nalfl lighting! was 1f."I Ir'at
republican, by a narrow marIn the li aces of tho crime.MfcMtMULS company, In I lit> tiado I at piosoni I sti'il; | I ,
tic 11,1 some ot
tIC.
crippled half
there was no quHlloii but that Cruni a of a day because the tl'l rial
I he -
I II I I I the ctiiuiialftn) summarily I IfJ wjis (the expressed' 1 1I..h. tbocommitteo lie w'ai- t .
could discharge l the duties of llu> officertrot ''dl. wind toro away two aiiii.ctac"ksFt h"ll/ Illd oii""cliargoB of havI
'lIaIM.'d 1 his llireo mujia&ois, ana (Uf LINLOLN. list I
i tin1 uhould 1
( ton nl a dollar
a -
I gov"I'lm'ul "I'Id (cup Cr drew
that be should not be forced ur houses
__ were damaged at Tcrrcll. I
bin alone. -,|
campaign maintain
cI iitt.c&t-tvtI at all times I tin mrHtest PU- j upon )people to whom he was distaste IA c>(io I Imp he hummoned the cn- Shawl and Other Relics, : Will I Be On I 'I'
111'1'\ of the ) of the Jioimr" of tho
I.on | ] ful. tile MrtWuiljUbeUB leglsfal II,.. bcfjrothe Exhibit. In northern Texas the moot severe 1''IJralol '! werdlhtt'd
Mai.daidand: the stamlnrojpiepaicd tw"" '" Pailorowskl I'al
Chicago, 111.-l-'ersonal mementoes damage; was at Sulphur I ( "ru80.
\ .Icuce Springs'
grand"yjury to g'e'I< as ; j
1 should be la tli<" who
I ev-j j iciKir. was kept for
: ADVICE fUR lALIIUHMA.Prerldent . to alleged!: thjbery. In the alll.Jucketbill. / \ of Abraham Lincoln wjll be exhibitedduring where n scere! of houses. were badly Blf"Slard41 Uielr era! lioiirn btmy ccv-
by caricatures
erj way prevent subse-
"Lincoln week" the damaged.tianeevilIc. 1'gI511110n 111\111
through /
member of the
.
one '
Eventually being or tampered \t Ith. It I (/iiuently I off?! by Geraldme
Again Chide. Those Who"Differ 8Ir1Ionl'
cons lJt of Frank U. Logan The famous Ala.
-The third
dusi
uihlalui. destructive I
'' i\ a.xli'lled on gee j I Karrar.
:
: from Him About Japanese. was strongly, that steps Immediatply -; Maxine Klllott. Emma Eames.
df baling ncehe\Jrlbe\ i old farm colored shawl I ID one .cyclone to _passover this. lomniunity urjt,1 I! Klonnor
I Washington 1>. C.-"The policy of Although uoniliiany a Jlemocrat. ')rA. 'I ofMr.. Imogen's fondest possessions. In tile patt' score of years, hI 111)"" securetho con-!I llnlisnn bct-.vcien and other artiste t from

'? the administration Is to combine the Moran refused to support JJryattlttth l This wrap, fringed a_| d softly striped, Cuiiio and left a Hall of death. Communicatlon 'un oiicp of foreign exchanges Ini I I dVcd anywhere dollars. ten and a bun-

: ,. maximum of .efficiency in achieving j,[ @ recent .resldenllal vampalgii) aud I i has. toucned i\J\ shouIOers since Uin1 of all kinds Is interruptfd -;i, I Ilii'sistandardH, and owing lot thuI I Tin1
Pacific
that on
1 fact (the In
oichnng-uH mail
I I steamer
AmC'I".1 I Newport,
,
the real object which tho people in allied himself with the H dependcnccIvague. culll ,yore it. but news reacliob, hi-re that the I
the Pacific slope have at heart with lie was 50 years .I. Another valuable.belongrng which home of George Stewart seven nillcb ca tiunsuctlotitt arc being male l 1'1'1 for I lie flint I lime I t th. new Pacl-
the minimum of Mr. .LOgan now* 18... conlractH fully a ) ear )Lhea : friction and trouble. -- --- owns blmple (:lbt of heie, was totuhi., dpt-lrojod. '
J wblle tbe mlngulded. men who advocate A BARE AND HI6H HONOR. black .fi.ock: coal wb ,ch Lincoln woie -- bi-IIoved that in order to a,'oil con- ]f'whl' h baa been defjiened) to a depth -
MONEY fusion I tho, certified of 35 f.'t.! Only a few persons wit-
such action as this against which the night ho was t-hoi. (URDEBS'blOLEV. I< .llndard' shoull I
Taft Will fee Made a Mason iot go into use in the ti ado prior ;; nested I of the ,
:I protest are following a 'polk)' which Judge Among the -other relics are the last : ,1"1'11'1\r. bat
Ii",,' Relief, of to the time indicated. It wits pointed which left I \ and ht "
: combines the very minimum of offlcloncywlth at Sight. which Lincoln penned a Mgna4ur9 Ager.t Southern Express \

; the maximum of Insult.. Clncltynatf.I: Ohjo.\ ...:...The grand master to A photograph Ju><\ before bec"ltjer Gets Five Thousand DolI rs. I ISalannah out hat It would be unfair to have tho tlio ilcbt of Nairn Island, ploughing

"'fln4 which, while totally falling to ( of Ohio Masons, Charles 3. Hosktnson <*d the carriage; which drove Oa.--3"'I'.t sc-ri i't" inca i the btundaids used HK a" l basis of suit-.. brnakw-Htrr-watf-rn of II" 1'nnl As the Naoa

4-t. achieve any real result for good yet of Zanesyllle has tendered rbllllam hinK to his death and a cane curved of t the Soutlicin l,;J\Jtr'I
might accomplish an Infinity of \\ Howard Tuft the rare ana froniNa piece of the ribbing of theM and the Atlantic Coast Llue hie i and that they could not bo. used for I i (Newpoti' I hud but' to she contend with a strong ,

harm.In ." high iioii3r. of being made a' :Mason a! eril m'ac. _ _ _ _ searching- the' firmer relief agent, 1 the comlrLg l'aSOI without great InJustice I ('nur\111."' nn ibis language .President ,' Oscar' It.: Hull of amid COnfusion. j Iai' -
Roosevelt the
eight Savannah division -i I she panned I down the
narrow
{ -
,. Inu longtelegram to. Speaker : Judge Taft has accepted andwill TUHtLH'1J4-FLA1iUE. of the railroad, whir It IB charted ?-: HOSqiijfo"CAlSEDTAlLlRE. "lli"h in years to'ootne la destined way to- -

,P.-A.. ..Stanton ot the California assembly return to Cincinnati on Thursday. Fund of iWfve Million pollirs Will stole) a !book of blank Southern ;,' | become such great highway of com

set forth government's February 18, wl1qp. the grand =a8tel Be-Dlsributedrnong New Yorker. Express money orders from the com Insect Blocked French- Panama Canal merce. I -
view of the school : will distinguished company pany's office at .
anti-Japanese' legislation con\'ene'.a New York CltyV CUIzens of. New WlnokurCharUon Project.: .

now betpre that body. of Masons In t the Scottish like, York who are to receive rebates no... county;) Georgia, cashed them all in New. York City.-In 'an address be 1 /.. Wa.hiton. ?'??, -.._'.. . 4
,, The president slated that ,tho bill cathedral, anti exercise the high prerogative the Consolidated Gas 'ompanywho" Savannah and skipped. . fore the College of Physicians and That a scrloui situation -confronts

gives -Just alt! grave a\lse"\ tor Irritation ., which :'belongs only to' a inuat'Uletilbute a .fund of. nearly "|'ia.: The, face value of the orders wall Surgeons, Dr. George Adami, of ;;Mc- Amerlran legation at Peking Chi-1 .

end that the government would t grand master, of Masons t/uo.ooo. which has been liB4d in trust $5,000.. it Is well known that twenty- Gill lTIh'cratr. said that it was tbo ; nfl. JIn-'.lliatUssupply. of water may ,i.

lie .'obllgEd immediately to .take"action This honor is so rarely; conferred pending litigation!'> over tbeX *fU cell.gis six of them were cashed at an average 10t tho gral that caused be *vxhau8tcd at any time, la- made '.
In the federal courts to taat such that'There"! Is but a single Instance OB law, arc asked to contribute then'remittances 'of $40 each, a total of somethingover the French to fall project known incommunication to the.

legislation because It -1i* held to be retord1u. the one hundred years' ..his to iliurlt> $, .r,40. I to build the Panama canal. T'\ia mi- ) house from Secretary( ) of the treasury -

p& clearly i a violation of the- treaty obligations tory of Masonry" In Ohio. On October An appeal) to I this effect has been It Is charged that Hall played no I larla-breeding pest, he tnlnhf'd. wait In tulltllIJ a request from the

Iv of the United States. Thti 18, im, the \Honorable Ana S. Busli- Issued by the charity organization society uavoi it cc, "sticking" banks restau'l|I ludl'ly responsible fO decay of I' htll"
--._ .-- .telegram .to Speaker Stanton was nell of Si:!i prfh1fll'Id; l was made a Ma- committee on the prevention of rants and offices IndI8crlmlu tc:1\', The Greece and the fall of Koine. After of $JM.i'uo" ( for UKcoiipirutclon of a

it sent only after'a conference with Senator ton at lght by CJrnr.d Master Levi tuberculosis. After pointingout mat Commercial l Hank, Savannah .-Hank | paying a, high tribute to American j wr-ll. pump and, water tower. Two

4 ? Flint and 'Representative Kahn C. Goodale, of this, city. the money In question Is money that and Trust omnhnv! anti OIh..r"VA.. i I medical silence for the work D Cuba shallowclls.. lfl\IHir --from three to

1, ef California and V 1C Lane of the a majority of persons did not expectto him mOQ")'. Thlltfondne88"f ; worn- and in Panama, he said : I four feet of water are all that the

I.. Interstate commerce commission.IV PAIN FEELS SLIGHTED. receive, and therefore can readilydo 'en's society caused Hull's alleged I "Half the population of the world location has to depend on. and em-

-- - .. -----, without, the appeal concludes downfall la asserted by those who' die from malaria In most cases spreadby phOR11 Is laid upon the danger of fire

.?-.(? '19 iE.Auin: SPENOTHIFT. Resent Failure of American Ship to "With a fund of sufficient size nj know him .Intimately /here. Hull'Js'! the mosquito. Out of six millions without mifllclent. water to extinguish

Touch: Spanish Ports. n foundation yielding considerable) 25 yearn old, was born at Aaworth who died In India live millions died it. -

frank Hitler Winds Up With Only 10 Madrid, Spain.-Failure of any of annual revenue. It will possible In (1*., and has lived at Carter vllle. If from malaria. Pathological research Married women wfll ogf bo eligibleto

?*' I .Cents\ ) Left of Fortune. the American battleships! to stop at a very few years to completely eradIcate ho Is caught he tvJHbe: brought backto has led to practical means of prevention (examination for postal positions

New'York.' City.-Although he bad any Spanish port during the fleet's this disease. .,/ Savannah for trial. and the death. rate ho*. lii only tea coots In cash lu his pock- baa has been made by the government. .
stay in Mediterranean waters, <
eta, a boy of 19 years, who said that, caused an under current of resent- A HEMARKABLt _OPERATION. FOREST fiRES RA ING. A 'number of postofflce employes.
''h< k meAt In government circles. For diplomatic -
1J-i j*Rock. Ark., said tbat he had spent the government is not Leg of Dead Man is Grafted to Bodyof Section: of South Georgia* Covered etc., and postmasters themselves -
reasons
rfp: &**" $1L0OO.within( three mouth ThU. voicing its displeasure. Ports in Living Sufferer. With Thick: Smoke. One Calabria Burled 250 Feet Deep at Nie smaller offices, are women I
Washington! l>. C.-Doctors at the :
-, U Information he confided to detectives! by Earthquake. ; therefore a pumber have been -
France Turkey, Algiers and other witnessed Albany, Ga.-The whole face' of tbe

Georgetown University Hospital Rome Italy,-Such
fl after be had been arrested on the countrtea were touched, but Spanish earth In this section is coveredNvltna distressing reports marrlrd women, but hereafter no mar- .
a' ,remarkable operation have \been
per received
here
at complaint of the of con- neil woman
locd can secure
manager a postofflce
coast- towns have been I Ignored. thick pail of smoke the po-
formed there several Dr. resuIt'woods t .
ILiotel wbo charges .that Hlller days ago by ) cf-rnliLR tbe uuffe-rlrg In the mountain pltions. Tho position of.the '
Jttuiied a worthless check young at the ho- Spain would 'have welcomed the opportunity George Tully Vaughgin of this city on fires which cover a wide area. villages of Calabria, which have ment Is that unmarried CQvern"

'f of doing honor to the fleet George A. Kelly..aged 29. The bones Reports coming Into Albany by tele 'ti i-" Inadequately reached by thewbek In
teL The boy hadeceutly been ttaying more need of those positions than ;
seeing In such event complete et.facem'ent -
a phone Incoming trains and
Is*! of Kelly's knee 'Were so badly depressed parties of the large relief committees those
,
L b- at the Hotel Astor, and bad canh- ylth the support of a husband.
of the last trace of bitterness who have driven through the ,
that Dr. Vtughan decided on .county that AmbaBsador
has decided In I the
(1ed several checks there which, he growing out of the Spanish- irk buggies and automobiles Indicate to\send Grl8coJ spring will be held a numberof 1 J
amputation. a there.PrlncevScalena .
1adudts.. are worthless postal examinations by tbe f
according to American
war. In hospital was a man about that fires are burning everywhere. I who has civi ,
trip
Just pervlc
; -r the police. A bank book, showing an The situation Is delicate returned department and many 't,
so diplomats Dr. In many places turpentine
obtained
farms from
to die. Vaughan permlssion Calabria, brings I
; reports eligible tu
>account of $600, was found hJm. women. Hitherto they wereopen
upon that could
explain Spain not have been Invated I {
by '
the
from the dying patient's family flames of some te phenomena which to all
i H women, but
Isuued urle
was by the National Bank beresttertbey
claims It
4 of urge her though Was hoped (to I remove the left leg In the event which have fed on undergrowth "(ried seem almost ,credlable. Onef of the ran only bo taken ''i.'
'by women
Commerce at Dallas Texas. Jllller lacking !
until the last that the American -
aid that he Inherited considerable government of death, and it was decided that the by the dry.est fall and winter this villages be says, was carried two the support of a husband. The new "
would the '
Mediterranean
arjange of the dead should be section has experienced In hundred and
knee man flftyvfeet
money from his father and has to'Include many underground ruling does not.-affect present eml.lOYOs -
I ,
; been least f
at
itinerary crafted' the of the suf and the loss will ,
-blowing it In." to leg living years be exceeding by theopening upNrf the. earth and of the postofflce, but applies .!
one Spanish port.
; heavy. . ,
ter lhosubequefltlandsltd
,;' r. .. - only to applicants. *>;

BATTltSHIPS_CUSHY.I Penitentiary Sentence For %Woman. MAN HAD FIFTY WIVES. WARSHIPS TO HONOLULU.War Gold Watch For Representative Dell has Introduced 1'
I sEr nfnu In the house a bill to return to tbe ,
,"109.e Roanoke, Va.-At
4 I .Rcqulrs&toKcep. One In. Repair Rocky Mount ;
for Year.th Va., Lucy Mltchgll, a young woman, Chicago Man Sent to the Penitentiary Materials Supplies Are l London, England.-".Jaok"\ninns, slate of Georgia tbe money illegally \i

i fa, .; 5. "Washington .1.). Responding to was" convicted ppfeecorjd degree murder on Bigamy Charges. rled to Hawaiian Port. HU"1 the wireless telegraph operator\vho collEcted f rpm roHon'taxes during .1 4

, ..1. resolution Introduced by Senator and sentenced to the state penltentlarytentlary Chicago 111. Harry J. Dauman San Francisco, Cal.-The close on board the steamer Republicat and just after the civil war Georgia's :.

Clay a report was sent to the senate for sixteen years, for alias Dr. Herman Brandt, said to the present week will seen an unusual the time of her collision with the part jut this amount, which the supreme -' ').

If 'toy Secretary of the Navy New- I killing Miss Minnie McHr)de, on theMatter's have had fifty wives, and to have amount of war material and Florida.' landed at Liverpool from court & held was '.
swindled women out of $500,000 In sJpple legal
berry saying that it cost |los',S&6to seventeenth birthday, and oa shipped from this port to New York. The Marconi collected, amounts to about $11,0H
$: keep a first class battleship In rept-'ir the eve of her wedding, last October. five years, wan sentenced to the Juliet Phil-I will present him with a gold Xtompany watch 000. 1 1TUe
to ippines and the Hawaiian .
add good condition for 'p son an Indeterminate sentence .
one yeff.! and chain. "
l .' ,This figuring does not include exlra'ordlnary Henry Watterson ,to Retire. of from one to ten years on a TII fact .taken In connection with I of monthly the comparative statement "
charge of swindling. Detective) Wool- arrival of the government and 1
naval transport receipt
: .: repairs. Incident to taking Tampa, Fla.-A letter from Taft Party leaves[ Panama expenditures, shows the
'' Henry drldge( who captured Hauman BB>.. Buffalo from Honolulu painted leaden reselpts :
'A ship out of commlssiou\ i ior '
c remodeling for
Watterson published here ya8' January, 1909, to been
I tout have $47-
he has evidence to prove Ilauman gray, the color that Is associated In Panama. Just
It. The before
reconstructing cost ot coal President
: Mr. Watterson, on account of 480,428 and I the ,
the expenditures
$63,024.260 .-
Tused married at_ least fifty women In'Europe the popular mind! with the fighting elect Taft and his
on battleships for the fiscal double bereavement of the party sailed for which the
loss deficIt
of hisdaVi1ter and ..-oerieL garb of the American New Orleans If'aveB for the .,
-. ear108> was J3,161,902, and this and son, he has canceled navy. announcement was month 115,543,842 and for the
all I
: I Plans are vnder way by tbejstate'sattorney The .seven :
transport Sheridan
made of fhe
was Incre&ll d- army has Intention ;
amount
by transportation -I engagements of 'publio nature and to obtain indictments. "for io widen four mQnhl of the -pres nr year $79,
against left Honolulu laden ',
with j and
; 3,000 a miles t8Ca
i-i and of the :
storage charges to $5,54-1 Culebra 814.4i3.
that he will make no more addresses bai cut The public
.
ilauman on over charges of
200 big tons of general supplies for the ', from .t.te.nt
; ,.f5. ,'10 I and has retired from puoilc life. amy. troops 20 30 feet This will mean shows an Increase for the"month, less
In the Islands.
: nn j
i comi 114.000,000.
0) 4 cash- In the treasury, $18,1 8,482.
_
*; BLOW AT .JAPANESE."NO1 Prominent Minister Murdered. I ( ,
$ \ BILL PASSED OVER VETO. BRUDE
) Cleveland on Gold. EXPERT. Five
thousand
i NAME cats, wtiose B
L I Houston, :'oU88-The body of -
- AII tIC/ an Own Land or Mort- Rer.W. MsnUIaCttire f'lon In'me
of i In
-H' 1 /vaa** In Nevada.uCarsbX'City T. Hudson pastor of the' Uaptlst, Ends Liquor Tennessee_ \\aBhlngton. 1 C.-Secretary of thin He Succeeds Perkins In Matter of Cot. or rather In ;;
,'" Nev.-TheNevada Church on January 1. Treasury Cortlyou has approved new-1 I ton Seed Products lives, henceforth Is to sere
as- at tills place and one ..I T..nn-The dost lota.
ij passed the OTtfen Nashville bill prohibit. designs for the $10 and $50 gold Washington, D. C.-Julien rovers In fair ,
eembly L.
; anti-alien (tho most prominent, ministers in theStale ing manufacture of certtflcates nrtxle shipped from Chicago.
IWt3.ad bill which provides that no Asi. Intoxicating and the noteswill bo of Memphis; a graduate of The ',I
was found rlddlud with buckshot liquors in this state came -up in the qoon I tho Unlver- of this curious feline
/- atiCi.. Including the Japanese, shall In a pond near here.It house for passage over the govern IIIBlle from the bureau of eiigiaylng ; sly of Chicago has been appo1mit t(1 l > <\ In fighting tbe plague

c : '',?own ,land, ." or land- mortgages In the was his custom to prepare' his or'. veto. The veto message was printing. The SIt certificates i .expert of the department of coin. spread by rodents 1

e.' j Sunday sermon ueated under a tree read after! which the discussion of Will bear tho )portrait of jOrovpr Cleve merce and labor to, Inquire Into the All widows' of )

;- :"-Tbe.jneasnrpasted In. the lower I I near the pond and It Is considered .thjs matte' .. waa begun land, thisbeing the first time that j matter of rotJLon seed products. nl veterans of the civil :;

e of the, legislature, but It is evident" that he was shot from ambush *The jblll-was passed over the the dead tormer presldent's likeness I will succeed Albert cJ. Perkins -' arhe-war Tvltn"MeTlco-an6PlndXair '

;- -o.ti.'the. senate will probably aBd killed while thuS ngag!: d. ernor's yelo ir a y 6ttf or sa toIT gor-: has enuaed_ on any _note stamp'' Tennessee._rl."slgtet Mr. tlroda' be enttMc to fc.tepn.

:, R .f'the bill. *o far as be-1 As |Ito| the motive of ,the killing/ The law lp, s" into feet January i, of the United.plates., The'new $50 work will the south sions-at the $12" 'eI0iUr'f' *

.84 &cth.J&p&ues., .; nojbloc can ba learnbd. 1910. / cote will- bear1"the portrait of former France, and will, extend east as faJ a bill passed by the senat. U favor <

4 1- f.r't.! :: ; "- 1. president prant. as St. Petersburg Russia' ably acted upon by .the house bf TOP !
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Who lathis cousin-do I know.h'' ?": 'WHIMS; c

.:. <.sa ,"I tbrnk not; be Is'! cousin on, my I

\ J' mblhen's" side", 'and has a cure.ofjouU V Curious .peslres: ,.. nine. '
'
a Clarhato. ,

-, ;.: he .o .. .... e.o. .. 4L "Well Hugh, and hew arvyOUt *' : : : : :: .spell. .

: You "look. better'ttd stronger."I ." Tbe, dryness of '* 1 ., :

aiul! I have turned the' corner time* alleviated J

mbertMystery. and'"am beginning .to }pull' mechanU whims that ,' '

ally. against the collar once"more.'* Some persons' .

L .. "You have, been across' the Chan wlllt as means of : '

., neHV! V: ' "S In 1170'StepbllI '' : : SYRUP .
'
\ ,J.YISiran! over to-Parls for a.lit-- of St.-
\" '. fk 13iMRS: : LliXAtn>ER. tie ''change... Just 'betor" Cbrlstsmij.: !: bott and Mary1, ; '
.
\ 1'Ii Paris draws roe llk. a magnet.". each for''a halter S .
\... 2SE.S'2Si'52S' !.S !Si.S! oehouncI If she
'
resist. Syrup,
should
'.'-. "A, megnetlsm you'ought: to not be ;
-- --- sick It
-- -.syi How Is the beautiful tity'" Philip Thickness ; epells. con- "t

CHA TEn VI. 11 I they almost last he ha 'but I is constipate., Good
.. were the ) "Beautiful 'as ever there: right hand be 'cut -- .*., '

-Continued.j .. spoken to her. He could almost hearth mischief. In the,air. However am son "in hopes should b o obeoked .

)j "Two ladies one young. fair., blue- .soft. tremulous tones In which hft, ,-jftajibet.; 1 wandered! about the remind him- of :

4eyed and English; the'other elderly. promlscd to listen to his reasons forioLlee1ngabl.toteaeh1nieeItaway. old scenes like a troubled ghost and having 80 long, ;

.........:....* -"- .German-----nu .lan-wett areaaea ncT; .'- 1- rlw-1.umbert.---------- Ee owed to'&::"f n : essitY-

a well bredn'arrlvedJLlie; day before No. it wa!. Impossible that she could :"Trnreedl I t wish Hugh. you. would tlonately.'. loved I

at the HotelNJes Trots Couron-yes- have had Ybe' smallest anticipation break away frontall the painful aSsociations .. Lieutenant C : ."! hare used '

of the dreadful catastrophe which do for.the paaa ....
: with that man; you can with his wife by '
nes. Tbey keep most '
retired and. any other oougb -
only go. out In a covered to awaited her. Yet her very last words' him no good." ers of Bath abbey etiold should bo '
carriage. ,,,
.
her last look haunted him' The profound -- t
-
the convent ot the-Beguines. The "True; -but I have the most dition that they -

questioning wondering glance the pity"for hlreuall the more that Bald abbey\ on the
*- -younger lady good
weeps a deal a.nd, .
-
bften mentions/ the word 'father' with halt whisper--,r"you puzzle me! he seenis by no 'means glad to see '.marriage and. ring -: .
i
Twice\ during this miserable perlo'dot 'his misfortune [ -S
I
-- mf. fancy terrible accentuation from '
emotion.
They have. told their landlord 4. -
"t
thatthey,/ await the- coming of Indecision Glynn encountered Vin! : 1 has acted his brain. He is'sullen.. And on the ', ,

the young ladytsjather." cent-once on the stair leadlng't' and averse. to,speak of anything that I to ring a merry m- -

"This sounds more promising.. Lambert's abode and once la the leads up to the subject of Ilia lost space "In

t cried Wynn all eager attention. Boulevards.In daughter and yet he looks in surprisingly lease from,.'..
the first Instance he greeted '
good health. "
'
"Were M. Lambert here he wretchedness.
might Qlynn with the frankest expressionof : .
'lIe has not had a brain fever.
tak the. journey to Jasper Mayne '
Bruges and :
sorrow and. sympathy for the great said Lady Gethln slgntlc..nUy. "I
Identify "them. Probably "he Is the must have ,a
misfortune which had befallen Lambert -
rather they expect." suppose no trace whatever. has been ieft' hIs. servant I
mentioning his own deep Brief "
discovered ?
"I wish he were here. but, 'in_ his that It
and his compassionate forgiveness of "Nor:" faintest. I succeeded In
the
absence I will undertake the journey would enable !
Lambe .t's Injurious accusations ( M.
obtaining interview with
an
I can Miss the ',' \lIse
; Identify Lambert. : was
"Do you think her father will against himself. Claude who reluctantly admitted to contain only a
:
N' .Glynn found Lambert In a state of .
have
thank ?" -- that the French police rarely .
you Occasionally a ,
furious excitement after this visit, "
'I do. Can you doubt his agonizIng and uttering violent half-unintelli been so baffled original Idea as I

Impatience until "It Is a most extraordinary case,"
he
can get tld- gible threats against Vincent. his body. Sleur
of .hls said Lady Qethln and then hastened
ings daughter was probated fn
On their second meeting Glynn
"No: but there' is something In the tried to pass him. but, in vain and to change the subject. "I have had edvthat he be by..

affair I cannot quite fathom." rather a pleasant time of it at the
to the
of save "
was obliged to listen to a string )
There was a pause. "I suppose." suggestions and conjectures respectIng Klngsfords. I went down the day added thai he DRUG STORE.

GlJ-nn "there I Is before Christmas: and only returned ,
resumed no objec- the supposed fugitive which near- trunk, Lt having
tion to my visltlhg the ladles yesterday The Deerlngs put up there
your world with him
ly drove him to throttle his Interlocutor '
agent describes?" ' for two nights on their way to Lord
and fling him Into the street York Post.SMALLEST. I
'Non$!; in the absence of the Arthur Seville's. Lady Frances was :
under the hoofs of the passing horses _,
father." looking a little mdre alive; and real
:
especially as he felt that Vincent's KiNG
"Then I shall start at Once. Give watchful ly Deering can be very agreeable." '
small penetrating eyes !
me a line of Introduction to your were Intently searchingly fixed on "He la, I suspect a tremendouslywhItewtshed Monarch of a :

representative. I shall telegraph to sepulchre." .
his'face while he spoke. ace and .
you the result of my Journey. No "I cannot understand your; suspicions I
At length letters-from his partners :
;
doubt you will see M. Lambert back of Deerlng" returned Lady Whoii travelling ; HOSEADA.
obliged<] him 10 quit tho scene qt so.
States J had the Clay Jol nlon. Jr.
to-morrow, Gethln; "as to his being mixed up .

I M. Claude wrote tJip desired letter much suffering and disaster.It with the Lambert affair It Is mere sented to the I Roseada leave. KlssUs* ,

and armed with It, Glynn left was with tho deepest reluctance nonsense. What on earth could he world, (the Sawbwn I VMday evening. \

the bureau. that Glynn bid Lambert good-bye. have to do with such a man as you tun?. 'lIe stood, I Fort MTra on ta. LUlle.' "
The unhappy father still wore the
A rapid describe Lambert lie have Judgp. about 4 ":;
journey followed a Journey might I Hat s reasonable.
same aspect of hclplosness, of sullen
aucluas men.make In bad dreams mot him in a train or on a steamboat curly Burmese I : '
submission to the irrcslUtlble. He
/wIth a curious sense of acting under heeded or a horse race but it Is Impossible quintessence of to '
scarcely Glynn's ann 1Unce- '
some hideous malignant influence a lIe could have known much of His "palace" 8IU Proprietor.
ment of hi, Immediate departureand
: stilts, clone to the
depressing anticipation of coming him. ; "
"Ullle, Klsslmmee. Fls '
failure. Often In afterlifethe memory merely answered his ardent requestfor "lie- did, however, I amrcertaln," had several wlv & . : ,
the earliest information respectIng __
of that journey came back as the said Qlynn slowly and thoughtfully; I great curiosity i ;f
any crumbs of intelligence in the\ t&
most painful experience pf all he had "and you would agree' with me had lard In
f affirmative. He put Glynn's card In .
ever known for years-It haunted you seen them together. There was man, and his ,
his pockelbook mechanically. Yet he
Mm with thrills ot horror. Little he 'deadly enmity as well as acquaint- four-and-twenty ; '
his hand hard at parting, and ,
wrung .
heeded the quaint aspects! bf the old anceship between them." quaintest Swamp .
bid God bless him brokenly-yet
,edlaeval town. though'the picture I "\"ell.;perhaps. so," she returned. ever came out of

of the streets through which he was itearti ly. "Will ypU have a cup of coffee, Hugh? The little '

conducted to-the Hotel des Trols Glynn, not satisfied with Lambert'apromise. It wlU'rouse you, you lo"ok sleepy and small plump hand . '
obtained an Interview withM. 1
Couronnes remained forever stamped dl lratt." was as soft as a '
Claude who was even more curt
,.upon,,his memory. "Thank you; a cup of your coffee me welcome -with "
and immovable than ever. He however I System of Drain
: "genial I *
i His. anticipations were fulfilled. ever saw ,
will do me good.
condescended to that he
' :The ladles were both total stranger promise 1 I accept a 5"m
would not fall to let him know should Lady Gethln rang flTh1- ordered. to-Pay.
!L was court
to him; he had therefore nothing for '
to be
-
some brought talking: cheerfully
trace of the missing girl be
any in return and I
St but to apologize and retire. on a variety of subjects. But '
found.
: _. .t.. Jx ,_ J3ack Jn ParU. where Lambert had GlynnV attention! wandeVed'whlle'he" '-think: that .
The second day after he had resumed .
I had nothing .
not yet returned, and )I. Claude received sipped the refreshing beverage andas w
his attendance At the omcshe ' '
him with cold displeasure. M. he put down cup-Lady- Gethln ance. I ;: : In'eve,)" it te. Most of It .
himself and to
' .Claude-was growing Impatient at the found too faint; dizzy exclaimed, -"1 'don't 'think '. rou ,\have a cockscrew, // made.into good, productive'
which he
.. :. unwonted failure pf his emissaries. continue the-writing on was heard a word I have been sayiq", of a well known, on almost every farm where .
Ills head ached
( .. .'''It.was now six days' since the disappearance engaged. Intensely "Yes," be exclaimed,. starting from Which, had been beneficially without say
his throbbed. He and
>OJ;: of MUs Lambert and not pulse! the rang his thoughts "I have beard, but. I vertisement, In last three 'wet,seasons' {her
to clerk who .'
:M' *.v the faintest-clue had been found by began explain confess nol. taken in the -sense of ..e ri1er, ;; lands that could not be cult. ,
answered his that he felt so
," -.which to;trace rher.! \ sumomns what )'OU have been saying. 'I am Thty.I waste lands. I want to 'make .
'home but beforehe
ill he must return '
:
; The keeneyed'chef de la surete could finish his sentence he tell perhaps foolishly excited by an Incident ceremony and he ) we cap make use of Ule..' .

' threw Into the pursuit with all the which occurred to-day and as feigned delight tame grasses. I have 'gens''
heavily at the feet of his startled
energy of his nature all the professional you are tolerably acquainted with all ed round as I ; .Jhree farms and noticed .
hearer. He was conveyed carefullyto .
pride that a high reputation 'as cotkscrew 'and the hay\rlght oif the'lowest
my weakness you may well hear p
his residence which he did t
could Inspire. There was not a townof not leave own tOl'man'yW; kll-=sol Till thtrlmtanco-tot1." I was, as -told" -headman beat a l ; let it go to weeds. One ,falsr!

any Importance In Europe where signal from the hay an acre 'Worth" .
he had been brought 'to the verge of )you at Clapham to-day; after the $3'a load. ;"
Ills researches did not and token of the royal '
penetrate kind
fierce brain fever christening of my little godson we returned of land and dldnt get t
the
by.
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:yet the days rolled on, and not a trace -grave to luncheon at Heathcote'sat Standard. 1,

.was to be found of the missing girl. my cousin's house and when the good Income but-Will Increase ;?

To Glynn the terrible darkness tfp; CHAPTER VII. ...'<;;, other'guests had 'left he asked me The shape for grain crowing when'f-' \;

.which seemed closing in deeper and Wll-o--the-Wlsp. to smoke a cigar with him In the .,A" dapper an acre is too valuable to let \v

'deeper with each succeeding day over A new year was opening on the garden. As we talked and walked porter's prove-bial acre'out of It.. The trouble ,}o.

the fate of the fair girl he hadlearned just and unjust-the fortunate and up and, down beside a railing and office of a large waste land and the farmer's 1.

to love. passlonately, was the unfortunate. Lady Oethin bad hedge of holly which separates proceeded to of reclalmnlg it easily, sad :

appalling. He chafed against his own Heathcote's from the I the financial the..lowest part will
arrived In' town after', a prolonged garden next. carry ;v...

hopelessness exhausted himself In Christmas visit to some attentive relatives heard some one speaking at the other "Of course Mr. .portion. of the ground suitable"* '.'

conjectures and restless going to and in one of the midland countries side. and -as I listened I could han the recent panic' ; .' .ot' ". .

I,1- fro.. It was the day after ber return. worn that the voice was Elsie Lam.. o.erT" system of drainage with. tiles. ,
; When Lambert came back from his
She was thinking. with an unusually bert's. It was soft and low. yet wonderfully "Most assuredly I
i fruitless journey -to Marseilles, he .
distinctthen the manufacturer.
softened expression on her Strong a highly-
; eeemed sumk-. -a-grange, sullen for when U dropped ts was
,,! face, of her favorite. Hugh Glytan. pitched woman's voice declared In "And that tbe I
: apathy, nor dId he accept: Glynn'aI of exhaustion and could not'
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!She; had been Intensely anxlpus about French' that she feared some task encouraging ; much .
.well-meant efforts to comfort and .further.
him during his severe illness. She would be difficult. Again the voice "Encouraging? '
: sustain him with Cld left the port
cordiality. tonight for" ,
had constantly visited his sickroom that made my heart stand still saM.'Dl1'I1cult. upliftingThis ;
"I do not. know where I may have but Capt. Baker has taken
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has
but not Insurmountable never
And 'satisfied herself that nurses and ;
cpgo. or.what I-may-have to do," he : kindness Fine of the bird and-- will en-
servants were doing their duty. and steadiness will overcome perlty
v aald to Olynn. "I'll hang on here till to ascertain where .is comes': .
markets :
When he was slowly struggling so much; I wquld trust them ample I

my time is up, and then I'll take a back to life and strength'she acconu.panied too'Then I ceased to catch the tories running full if possible get an explana' ,
room somewhere and just wait. You why It was way outon the'
him to a south coast bathing words, though the well known tones "That's just
are very good Glynn; yon could have miles from ,the near stjand, .
to again the speakers about Mr.
pl.cit. and gave him the great benefitof came me as you
: done no more if you had been my Correspondence Houston
ber companionship for she knew evidently turned away. Grfeat heav- know how else to ., i : y

';It -,1 "' poor darling's affianced. lover, Illt- low ,to be sympathetically silent, a* ens! I hear It still. It was Elsie's cept to disguise( as >

; tie Jtnew you >vera, a.rjch man ami well as congenially talkative. In voice! I lost my head for a moment; :I'm art .r a job- )

partner' 'In a.great firm when""X offered. this.prolonged I tete-a-tete: Glynn grew I I rushed to the railing and thrusting I'm an educated, > Chanc. , ;.
prtyosed.N
her little,
,: ;you"Do not'speak'poor portion.It said Glynn.. x sincerely and gratefully attached to my.arms beneath them tried to tear college. I'm s but she had 'glv-; .

-with .emofloa, the outspoken, free-thinking .old away Borne of the branch to look trained mecb nlc. I the frigid; mitt-seemingly;'

inexpressible ; "buttreat md" woman. through.. My cousin thought I bad thing you pay, 'I've } minutes later;: They, ...r..
trusted friend. Tell I
me as a I
Attachment brought confidence lost my senses and begged tor an starving; and I kisses.
what conjectures ,have formed as
.to her fate." you and before they parted Hugh Glynn explanation. I told him I felt certain "What! In you really and truly loved! _

had told "her the strange history of I that a lady I had been seeking In want wocjt? Don't did.. )'ou turn me down' at' -'
"I believe she Is dead said Lam-
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his sudden love for Elsie Lambert of every direction was at the other side found it necessary the puzzled young ,
bert In broken voice' and covering '
a
the hold It had Jaken of him In spiteof ( of the hedge. He saM the Adjoining; of our old hands? '
his face. "Had she been in life she
reason prudence worjdly wisdom grounds belonged to a ladies' school man out."-Puck. that was julla whim of-
would have managed to communicate '
-every motive that ought to guidea and I asked him to accompany me to I replied.- wanted to see (
with Now I have nothing left
to live me.for but revenge." man of his maturity and eiperlence. the house, and back me up In my inquiries : | would act." ;

In the story of Elsie's disappearance as he was known to the own- The world's I had rushed off with \
"Have any idea where to .direct -
you ?" Lady Gethln was profoundly interested : er and the teachers. At last he con peppermint farm ;i you a chance to' explain f,
vengeance
your cannot though; to Glynn's disappointment i sented. The parleying occupied some of! Kalamazoo. \ __.__ _
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if I'd answeryes or it no would yet .and indignation, she did' time; then we had a walk round 'by of peppermint oil, 1| ," she answered. ':[ had '

though aIlSwer-any"one" not hesitate to declare her belief that I' a road which ran the length of the is produced I locked."-:. hlcaarb Nr* .

be you Glynn. voluntarily and 'two gardens to turn again on reachIng .
the young lady eloped and Ink black soil '
"That means 'Yes, returned In the U.. News, _
Glynn, had probably since informed her the common ,and go a little way } lchlga -.,._ employed (
20.000 women are
of her whereabouts-a fact he back to the gate of \lontperlel'Hous \ : '
: rather Peppermint An
Lambert did not reply. He seemed as brickmakers:

sunk in gloomy. hard resignation to might think it wiser not to divulge. ; altogether, twenty mlhuteS roots are planted ; day Iii the rule. _.' ._ _
these conversations must have elapsed from the time I
detested destiny. "You shouldn't.wait Reviewing bushes which are Anne Morgan daughter oz".1

,."a'a: on here.' Clynn," he resumed Lady Gethin sat forgetful at .her Irst heard the voice before I rang high are cut down ; ,: started a crusade t

when the object of her thoughts the bell aMrs.rrer's.. AII..e approached '- factorlea.'I.. t)
after a minute's 8Ue ce."You., can [9ok, I cab was driving away. On the stilling goes unsanitary cigar .,'
didn't- ftnd'her ivas announced. and September. because of the high rate''
do no good-ag they -"
to dinner" asking for the head of the establish has appointed a> : :
didn't come
within the first week |t will just be "Why you An acre yields mortality. m
the she exclaimed holding out her hand. ment. we were Informed that no one pourids of oil. sanitary inspector at $50 a-: <,/I':.:
NN a'waiting game.; . We'll hit on .
home but the head
'N, ) be "Because I have been dining ear- was ti gpverness tfnfffn) =pjfltitlpg...: '
truth just by accident that will ,t
.JUeatbcote first: .
.nd----tbe-.JI'rench teacher. Benest .., the
C. de II, .
of
--N --' : ner" tbai1"'UsuaTar"\be( Tipuse a Ina-Is about |16..:
: h.:wayoru------: = : ,
his card and to' omnibus *
I sent up begged be driver of a motor
the suburbs where ;
mine In
couldinot oouilff $126. Thus '
imself verjrt
But'Glynn: !!. Jtear;". allowed to speak "to one or beth of She was .the only womanr'- \I;
:T, ""V 7Ir6m-Parl.. ;,row? often he recalled : I[ have been officiating as godfathertoI the ladle..:/ taint farm gives examination for motor en., f'j :
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A' >'' */* th ".cireumstaflte'.' under, which ha.I tlflt- Orn son. Minneapolis I *.recently' held la.ZtOD,4 ;Dce... ',:;,.
Contlnutd.
*,; rt ...b'irt )utteredtbeiewords; to] K1,I'; "A*,very,. .'patriarchal .proceeding., t' Tcybo . .1, . : ',., j.ij: :

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Don't fal1'to' see our Line of Fancy SIiRockers -/ .' .

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Complete Stock off.Rugs and Matting at New York Prices. .
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The Kissimmee Valley Gazette within thirty Oats !from data: No. 7f1, A REPUTATION.How I .... .

._ _. '.::0." _._:' 0_ _,,".J......: of August 2. 18H7: J>'<> f>7, of August, The GraystoneKISBIMMEF. i"c: A. CARSON, Pr:'.UU.t. N. C."IIRYAIII, jrt.rv.
11\f'No!! 77. or August, 7.I 1M HII: :'> o..jll.
rUBtlflHED EVERY FRIDAY. of September/ 11)1)al.\ ; ]." omitted It Was Made and Retained inKlRAltnraee. 'rE3EIi : :
I Office in VaJley'Gazette ,, Building. \i urs luxvs-of Lie']. linn1' :!, IWO.'J.! : 11)04.\) !FLA. i .
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KI881MMEK.: OSCEOLA COUNTY/ KI.A: _:_J' Theie, lieintr I." further business, A good l ivf.111..1 1.lIy'iH not easily/ f Waters -&: Carson '
C'omigil adjourned to meet, in regular earned, 1I.1H11t'wa, oiiCl_)l'ry liar l, eon < HI Lake Tuhopekaliga. Grocery: Co. -
1/!,l. B. H"IUII Editor and Prop'r. I Il' 4es.ii>i> TUPHdu.tnl'ch. gild; 1DOS), at ..I i lflf"i>l work.unionK our oill/.ens I hatOll.n's hunting KIsMne, Shobtlnff.Hatblfig. .
.. Golf, TtnuK Koijue,
-kll'> irr. l> Kldn. ) Pill.1'0" their wuv \K w'hot..a..rd a.latl0..1.r.ir
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'1'. W. KlJJ*. I the proud rllKtluotion Htniuil\ in thin tVlekct. Clock Golf Baseball- ,
4; 1 SUBSCRIPTION BATKK! : J. I H:. {'1 I.11 t.II'J', Pres'l. I 10..a lit).. The publiiijilotM'nutit, of Trap SbO ..1 Oi.cope one y .r ti no Clerk.; I scores ur I Kixviuiuiet.* ri'Hulciin has renJi Terms: t!.!>l1 'to $:i.50) per day.Ri G O 0,13 R I E
On op7.,.nix month month. fie 26 >rtil liivnlnah'cPriHt- to ,the ,'w,,- 1.1 to >:21 purr week -
On three .
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.... from author It Tastes Good and I John 1 I. It':..,'..*. Ki'illI'IIP, l-'lii.. .
AU aamanintoUoiw .pl our 1'... Our Kri.i>d,>: \t If
,teed carrOTpowkirta.roust be trod by the writer. "a)'*: "I 1 air well Sal ispr'd with, the re- ) COUNTY AOB1NTS 0. 'L
/ and meal the .
'IlaJeet.ad m.tt.T will not be .rrturnnd unbiuiBntrd I stilts I obtained 'from the n.a-.e of Ikatl's! Come U'a ul I
.u.II.d r.r. ...A\ Creates StrengthYtttbl. Kitlnev Pill" AH u rf..nit of kidiirys hotel. Single uiealh 60iil; : II ,A Y
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ABATES
ineul tit. KVi < *<1 1 I
------ - --- ---- l being out ol order, tliewa.H, u tickets .n. > P*' 'I| Cc.'brntt'd.Fertilizers) I
r at th.Po.toflio! In Kluimrnr*. Fla..4.condekm day '
small '
null m.tln.t | soreness across the < ) of 1LI. .bIlCk. I ((3KAI-X I -:-- "-:-.J ETC.
The kicluev sevretlultr> wereulen 1rr.g. ,
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Circular _
uliir ID uction uu.l m' tiuieo I line. war I Prl _
F'rldnv.Felll'WII'y 1-2, WOH.I! ) H Oark, .eJii.enl rout.tir.et) ill them Iobtained i H": W, THURMAN, 1 Fair.fiOied o..ANttutio.. '? :
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| DoBi)1 Kidney I'illfrom .
- the KUMmmee Drug "'0 .- lind l ,itieireffectivenend PIIOP.IITOII.! ;

1 ' .THE CITY COUNCILMEN the famous cod liver and. that 1 am justified oat soon i in prmen refouitiie I dragDosif's feel I -- -- --- . - -- ----- 1 HIVh--i: : ; I<'U K s woo '

Kidney l Hills fur the purp! 'Sf' .. iah,.A, iekd id j.jh .*Vrfkj..
--- iron medicine, without oil. for which their use is intended! 1b ,

( ) Vinol is much better than I For" sale by all Upaicrs J Price 'M: .4 M. TILLER p ,, $ country: Produce a. Sp'e = lalty. .
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-.. I cfuts. Ko. .'"-ilburn I t'u. Buffalo,
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to atreets on the east tide. The lied- cod liver oil and emulsions, New York sole airenis" for the UniuilHemctiiner Real : $84 111"1'N .. '
dltt and Alvey lot. 4, 5, 0 and 7 have because while it contains all St.att'H. < trstatefAoency. "' 'N111NNN,:
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,('iO outlet on the east ride. being shut ilniiaibe Do u '>-ui.U.1I 4 .,,'..,........................, ..
qtr | one of the South 1 Florida Kail- the medicinal'value they do, lake no titheri i'

t Toad sur.ej blocks vAll the lots, it disagfees with no one. I i 4 Realty bought and sold. Favorite
however.-are bounded on tile west side Houses rented ) Fertilizers '
i 'by a broad, CO-foot, street leading As a body builder and 4 . .,
Taxes paid and Titles -
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from Sumner street. on the south to strength creator for old R 4 .
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ified for non-residents.
.Bemlncle streot on the north. S'II FOR CITRUS AND, ALL OTHER CROPS.iFERTILIZER "
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?:The application of these )parties for people, delicate children, Thereto J Fire. Life and Accident In- ..
4 r a street open up the whole question after sickness, and for stub- acarcrlT aar limit to the surance. I :-.0-- .' "

of Condemnation domain purposes of property and the for po'ioy emitMtnt born coughs and colds Vinolis bu.poMible It. .e"etO Impro-TOtat..II..oy.I. L Indemnity Bonds. J !

lf that the town should pursue with re unequaled. aerd.rorover been improving 50 yean.flower More awl vvjr tak.aoo. ...,......rOa'rgy'.. MATERIALS
Yard to same. The only muthod by people are workivf to make peny'. ,
'? -'- w<"I.."it jrou. Due Uta --PftYJ"a.Por..Ie I ...
which the town can establish a public'street
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IL is by condemnation proceedings Hold! bv HOREUSON'SfUAUMACY.Kjssimmee's : rtmmvm >....erywiirie.mttm /MIMJ/U./ 1.Osceola INSECTICIDES:;:
'under the power of eminent domain. met wv mtvcmr. County .
These prooeftdlags. are costly tedious 1 1I i' FOR SALEjpY- ..
'and .low7Condemn rion should .
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It' ':be resorted. to except to meet an extraordinary Prosperity SEEDS J. M. LEE"KISSIMMEE.

/ public' demand of treatlmportaneettt Abstract! Company .
the public, generally, '
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.l J It should never be used .to further tbs I Means Much for Oictola County. H'BULLOc. --- .AOENT FOR "' t' .
MANAOSR. '"
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convenience or comfort of one or two $ __ '
Individuals who either through carelessness . .. ." Real -. ., '. Sanders Fertilizer. Jacksonrnie .
or Ignorance o) the law; tune : ;" . R. O. MEEK estateTitles and : ... ( Company., Fla.: '''o, ,:\ i,7; 1'... ''..
examined < ) .
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reported 00. .pl17.Q! :r .
neglected-to. abide by the old maxim I I
l' f caveat emptor, which in land mat "There wtll never be another crop Has for sale choice lands In every Taxes paid.for nonresidentsInstrument. .
1' real
relating
I 11 the "stop, look:, listen" sipn or land. ',' I portion ot'Florida, adapted for farm- drawniCorrespondence to estatecarefully .
t11ai ry buyer of property Is sup- lOll or the growing of frail and vegetable K' P > C '
w; Hd w ,. These parties have nUll I of every variety: aUu Plo"1 1[' Solicited. 'IEf 4U 4S4'(?IF4L'
try wa _t-.e.i-bt the town '' plate timber and ranch ,l j I -- _
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alll.horitle.- the victim i --NOTTc H
kre they --
busiue.elots
'I'he'e f hw vHi-anL
are '
very
pf accident or drtlcn. They have'nothing Exceptionally tine t-wiriinion in 01- I !
\ left on I II'"ad'"II v. Ui voui- with -
.but ihemnelreiKto blame for ange proves: property .
",t ..predicament in wh.lc1vo.hev Ond hunt he can sell I it, ,rest it ahd collect. w. L. m ouzo rt
r, , '< themselves. At the time they purr your rents
chased |t was. .their duty to dowhat ,, To reduce stock in order to make room for my summer
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"the town has now been forced to uev.thaVIs "The wise young man ir wage- Allent.-tor best Fire and Life Insurance '! stock of spring goods we will sell our entire lotof Silk at
to say to Investigate the matt. and Armour's Yer tiluers. I.
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df IdveRls'his
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ea \\\it.e.-examin the neces*
.. ' srsurveyorasod I real estate.! Invest your money in .
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aary to employ a law Kissimmee Florida.
REAL ESTATE One-Half
a'1 .<\{-':-ver to advise them in the premises. things: that are necessities' of hyman- .Original Price. / .

v There Is no more reason for the to Hv "Andrew. Cii-negle.: i
r be pat to this expense than there !
,*.*,**,,would be for the town to examine" the l Sprigg FlemingCLEANING : Will sell Woolen Dress Goods at ACTUAL COST OR' .

((..title to every piece-ot property In town I1 KISSIMMEE:,. FLORIDA LESS for the nest 30 days ror Cash Only. "
i that may happen to be traded or to :'I
r' 7:change' hand These-partles are simI I At $12.SO per front toot lot o. I -
.I4r fi-plVJ>resumlng upon the good nature Broadway Good site for a* office :
'>S.,taad klndnens of the Council in de-1 I building frokitlMt on two of Ki.almmee'sprlectpaI .- PRESSING I G.-F: Kid I 13 B S, IH. C. STANFORD COmP-ANY : '
mandlog' this Investigation. If they. .
+ street. dearsew DYEING ..* i I( ATTORNBY-AT-LAW. .
had acted la a business way In purrs '
,d a-,chasing their' lots they would. easily i Upera House. and t'raterattY'Hall.
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it" 'AlIa',: .disootered that there wet/ no i -REPAIRINGj j i!["Office in the Court H'Ouse--Kia- "s1T3 .m J>> ?$> *;>>x>*if -,v.\\
street paralleling their lots.on tbe east { 6 mmee. Florida.Withwhotm t
;, .''I Bide;: but thtt there wax a good street.. : '
: on the west tide, and they would have r' Leave: 'word .at toy houte! Mod ckithes will beSa soctat d In the .
5 ... bully their douses accordlagi'and his M. WILLSON JR. will be called; lor and returned trial of causes "the law 'firm] ofMassev ONLY -THE:
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:, :) i.then them would have been no oocaslon --.- .1 I "" A Warlow, of
.l\ for the taxpayers of tbe town to KISSIMMKK, Y'WHIDA Orlando
t1 4 be put to the .speol ,of this proceed.j I NOTARY PUULlC.TATE"at! LARGEREALESTATEANOId9URANCE ,
., e :;. 'IDII''. The law neverIntended. Satisfaction Guaranteed \,

f ;-c power of eminent domain should be -- -. _. Ttf. 'J. W. SIMPSON: -r.
k' .'.,.'(exercised by' a municipality for the "- Purest
1:; Ipurpose of laying one or two Jcdllduals WILLIAMS' KIJNBY; PILLS DENTIST. Drugs; .
.' from tbe consequences of their Hare >oo na.l lci, ut U- tOW blunder. A man wbo bu>" city you oveiworktfl your. br.ouriw: . atw] Upstairs In Katz Building. .... .
caused Ir."blt.It" onr Pal nf> MIK! blwd+tNnerowpat.ri.k.iw.t . .
hili low is supposed to look at the, proper -
." i ipiata I I'tJ ; .1.MoH nrO'it red '11 .. 12 .1) .
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,k \ or records and satisfy!himself as bladiler. have vmi, tt.1,1\ aiTrnmuce. of the OFT.C*HOUBS: I -6&
r,: .+. to what streets there are and whether 'I I Ihis ftare,e.lrorlallyu.ul.r.bre, ;,ci*: TIKI frequent r 1:30..06:001-: m. -
',: .drvire Uif>.*m urlit, ItMi V\\11"1\0''KHlnej Telephone No. 76 Ivr ARE: SOLD BY .
r: lot has ol.access. Otherwise -' -
1' means \ iiitt'w ,i >-.- .. fb.rmFr _._
iit t' i'rsee'm'. --- -- - -- ----- jOseeola
it might be possible for a man to > .

:t''' \ buy a lot. cheap because! it had no 1 I -. --- W. W. CARSON D. D. S. t ,
,;..., s at, f street and then demand that Me be
t" ..given a street at the public a .e. DR. E. F AKERS'DENTIST -DENTAL PARLORS /I.
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.,.. 8 .. '.- which would lead to all soitiXl tricks]1 I
i' sod fraud being perpetrate. upon the I I RIVERS BUILDING PharmacyKissimmee

rt I..."... :,...pa.n. The only remedy these 1i I I Oltioe over Orlando (Rank and Trust OVER OSCBOLA. PHARMACY .
", parties have, if they are not aatUfleil t ,
. Co. Phone 73. OFFICB HOURS !Is TO'2 .seas . ,
. with the*treet on the!! west sldeof their TO 5 r rNW. -- -- -- --
"IOTaT"lS"to -pt rcna.e a right of way I i I Cntwu. Bridge and Fort.,.elcan r ork a -
!from the owner of the adjoining South: "Specialty."NOTK WorksOPI

,"' *" >,'Florida: block or to set their own ,I'J. .ft fences back.far enough for their purj j' should make arrangmenl in advance
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t either.. Mitcbeil street ur Daklu avemie. JEWELER AND I.+.. WIN'NPHY4IUA't : : : : Under New Management with Thorough Experience and Up-to-Date
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-eim: strongly.pf the opinion that this Is j jaffalr.of WATCH REPAIRER.Call "1 ...
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54th. sjppllcation! should be denied. I, article of Jewelry Promptly Ordered Nose and Throat...... HEALTH ANDIVITALITY' I

.W:: {. ; .ours. very .truly upon Request MOTTSt NSRVIN.PILL8 ALL WORK GUARANTEED
J : 4" .,!IV, A. VANS AH.VEW" i Edison Fhoootraph) and Records. Private: Hosoital. American National The .grist 'Iron cud tome ronorativi tor men .' \ TOISATISFY.'
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TH6 Klsslmmee Yaileu OazetteTELEPHONE Fred ages of ICisslminee, one of Messrs. . A. Van Agnew MEETING Office Rules of Southern .Express CAlf.
ENTHUSIASTIC fIVErLEGlSED
I Osieola: cOllnt,'. most enterprising W Ward went up to ,", a'1\1 .
--- young men was In the city yesterday I business lat night. Company

'I NO. 11. wut .a party of friends.-Tampa Tribune Hon C. A. Carson attended: 'Held by the Village Improvement IN KKFKOT' KKHRUAHV 'rti JtMW.LlQUORH ). ,Such a Freak is the Property of the


4 PUBLISHE'DUEVERY F lDAI. Just Arrived. -Tbe nosfe uptodateline I sessions Uantismveiiilon at UePuniak which: Spring held lastaeek. its Society. WINE and l HEER will N
of wall papei Hamujes ever shownIn : 'be delivered to anybody except to
-I.,., -BY-. Kisniiumee. See Get A. / The Village Impiovemenl Society party whose appears on "...k. I Ii ,l'.. IHI all.J'lft side shows one looks
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.s"we MAFeRIIa.? H Sf ial'attentl..1n to out of OUbelt'j Lt. Col \,'. J E' Cadiuan and Mi. met on Tuesday afternoon with the i age Jaflcl toO XOHOKY h<>tween the hoursof foi suchfieaksasflveleKgeiJralvPB.Jbubthe \ j
: attendance la its The\ \ rent' article in that. line is now lathe 0
. ders W. Hill, prominent Nniconseecitl\ ." Unrest history 1 J p inand 6 a. m., except:> l b>' order
.r'B.- i 1 'Mr. ,Frank Fogv Mud his sister )Ilse pent yesterday transacting greatest enthusiasm Wai manifested I! o( local physician Intoxicants of jislureof the Le -ParHon* Cattle t.

]' MKPORT. Mabel Fogg, of Ii. Falls in town. bu..in..1 and) the city of Kiimiuinj may look any kind or description will nut bedelivered Lat Southport, twelve miles from .
...for week nxtlnc Thurn' { mplun N'I for great things the coming Tear I' U minor, in any event 1 this city This freak calf I* three f'",
H. have arrived spend
I Ga., spent a f.w clays/ here this week\ good of the town at heart (he ladles the public Sunda can ran rs last as any other calf The 1
. I 0 I I'. .1lraham's.Sluger on y.
-----1= I- Mr J. K Graves !Sr. and
l Maa. Hut 1.0 visiting, i are a unit in their determination General oOlre homs fjpm 7.10.: ,, into fifth ieg llrows ont bPI..1. thetwqhind
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: : \ I I7 Sewing :Machines, and also other old IHl'nd. mare KisHluimee the i idea) town it U: in 1 in to 6 iTjii. : lees and reaches to between threeofd

. \ -- -_. 1 \\iM-ripi" .V WI) ua'H, and all machine 'apt .J. K, :Moaeley returned to his should be: -when everybody learns to No: money; p.iraoKacUoCXafter 1p.i m. , < four Inchon of the git>uu>l, mid la' d

7'1 441'S.rurd. ,\.II"" ", K.I sale at'tbe: Horn !:>tol'l'Vo..b \'. home a't Oolhu this) morning, after an keep his own doorstep clean and the Bv. order Hoxuhein Express:: .3om- supplied!! l with H hoof the same as are .

Fridu." "I' sp or iUlotall'D' DtS. "(!ryl>udy can absence some time on a surveying I City round I do; their part in enforcing bank H. H.1.IJ.I. 1Agent. \.h..othAI'l ,/
7" .... afford to buy a tuacliinv.PaHteur's the ordinance and the fining Th'M' nation pnuliiceo so many won
1< ... Sund.r expedition in (Ills Avon Park\ section I mayor .
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. rv" .......... II. 4T.l.dy I Auli-Venotuous Serum Is those persons who habitually keep untidy derful tni nile that... thought, we had

-. Wood_." h, .1.' :.1." I'a stir cure for unakebite Hunting The uarty who has treed sending anonymous i places Jail long .since patted the line at which wwnuli .
Thursday nl 4+ parties should provide themselves with postcards uiv address will The attention of our city school Delivery. .) be surprised at anything but

__ __ .__ H_ \ a tube before starting I out ,For ale' I please kwilcb. them off to Fred Bass in teachets is respectfully called to the tin. satui'''lay afteinoou last three of when such things ah bfe-legt-'etl calve.

: by the KiKiimiuee Drug Co. future HENRY AUL.TMAN vei v untidy and unttighlly condition the Tout isoners tonfiiied In thecovfniN begin \ID be a pert vf the pniUiict. of .(.

i I FOR SALK-One Jeisey cow by Sultan The Rev Da via D-Kidd will hold I of the streets and low near the e\eral }all made !gone) their cape byawlnf this cour"v..e will have M revineour'thoutfhi e

% W< of St Cloud, And her heifer bvChancellor services at the Episcopal church ont scbool rooms Tite children's prac out the Iron' bars across one *. and now Lt."t's""h a freak .

I of Ruuiin>ede. ,Guaranteed -, >k-ndaj 'neit Holy Communion at tice of throwing in the streets their pa- of the wtudows. the'remaining' prison actually found life and exists in a d' 6

I ; sound and in perfect,, health. 10-30: Evening: Prayer and sermon at pers is a habit that should be corrected er stated that he wax asleep at the health slate near here, we are pre

LOCAL FIELD. l J Jv P. A. VANS AMVEW AileD 3.3U: at this time ii: their habit-forming time and did not know whM the others pl&rf'd'l<> believe this section will produce "' s
veiled of \life. Just\ a few words from left. The alll anything and everything.t
escaped r4
W. State Kvangelistoflhe prisoners
Rev A. Mjies, :
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Rhode Island lied that lleds! hex
are our efficient teachers ought to correct of whom bel held ', ever or ever will be grown or
:Methodist Conference are !It'llroea.ere nit
Florida/ Reds on exhibition from the 12th to of b.r.ru-I. h408d,> l ,
the abuse If hot, an application "0- < ho.ses.thrlwtoiled
ya'ysvaM "" ---aN Is spending' a few days here with I on charges of burglary At this writIng
the 20iu at Waters A i arson Grocery
tan bark followed bj> strap oil or cows twins joined together pnmr.t; t
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\ Mr. has closeda ; they are still at liberty buKlt is I'
his family. Myrea just Company Owned by Marion. 11. C.I'IIOD. : peach tree tea, would likely correct the sheriff weighing Wade, the Tuner Orla.Ddu.IwelllnlCll. successful series' of meetings at Port I 72lMr (ate to predict toat our: "IJtI1.u\ '
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r fault; but If not, then tbe city ordinances I- \ will have them all in Ilal I and strawberries as largeas yourffou-

for rent. apply to M. Tampa City "..:\): Katz of KisAirnineo! Kla, is imposing a One of not morethan ere long. pin the future nothing will uipri UK, r'
Tiller. Just opened up. A large assortment t&, should be enforced, and a visit ndtseven if our ('<>uncllm<*n hO.lld.o..- .
in the to lipt'ntIIfveral days
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See Stanford Co+* beautiful 1 ,,)ling I of the newest styles and patterns In ID the guest city of MIH W. 1) Hinton and before the mayor would probably pre I I der ttt rows. kept off the ,,(,,",tIt as' ".. e ,
.Mattlol1"l. All grades and ranging ANOTHER GUSHING WELL
at half Jrlce. :Miss Albert Hmtou. This! Is tier vent many repetitions of the offeuseA night s.
prices from 20 to b5 cents. Ilemember." :Miami sad she is delighted committee. .will visit the different Mr tae .hewn tiered *".", fiu blL
first visit to -
and fixture.
For S.le---JtHtauranl .
I we lay it, when bought! for canh The with the : News- sections! of the town. and make report freak but reBxied it. .
clty.-\flami
Apply u> ItoBT I IVKY. Home Stn're.lire. This One is Island and
on Heminj's
J li cord. lof lots and yards that are not kept up

cut Lace prices curtain at Stanford's and figured, lawns at I 1A'ptr. who has been upending i The ca.mpaIIlD.for the eleallon of city : to and the report city names ordinance of such ie4uiiement owner .to.., Rows Ninety Gallons a Minute.Again !Six! ,Nights Uo An Ion Plea K* it.os.
several weeks here on a visit to Mrs
oRlcialH Is opened this week by the How tins) father anil J moth-
i Born on Monday, Feb Nth, to Mr. J.A Dandy, left last week for Gainesville announcements of Warren (King, J. j tbe City Council when it shall be the \ : hall Mr' A .\. Lull demonstrated : err in this many town tnier this race eyerj.iHghlVair.viuti l.
N end !III'''. T. G Duke a daughter: .will. short duty of hat body to eDPrce.the town r
spend
, ".",- where she a McFhatler and C. I'. Turlington for I that there Is an abundacue 'of / K b"bnd' thp.y'woo.- if
For Bicycles Sha-nibarger, Or time with relatives and then go on to tbe office of marshal and lax collector- I laws.: V.-. I. S. water undei'lying this section, this der what the matter is. Chances are

lando. : -**.- her dome in Alabama which, appear in another coluiiyi of time in the shape of -a four-lncii well the child 4s IIh..I'vlnll-.brm ate eat-. ,.

For Sale Cheap: Good pony mare. .The Genuine Ohio Steam Cooker in thU issue. Entertains Missionary Society. on Fleming's' island I that flows ninety<< Injr.'. nil of Its food Most thlrdre" ka
i Apply to. '" JOHN FIXJYD.FOR ; fallens a minute. Tins well is only have worm; yours needn't. W hlte's i
be.h.d at the Home .
sizes, can now M. entertained. the
Mrs. John Le
two Sheriff Prevail, with his uauatvlgl- ,
160 feet deep, which proves that the arteslao Cream Vermifugo will M tld't.f'W.worms .
RENT-Five-room cottage, just.lfurphy Store. wheie the has been '
ageoov lance aod sleuth Ilk. sagacity trailedthe ladies of the Missionary Society" of basin lies muelll'lt'al'f'1' the .
*ur and strengthen' tine cbitd. Price
,completed. Enquire TvM placed for this entire. county, Prices murderer John Henry Rods the Jethodlslchurch Friday afternoon'
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negro face her than at oilier' sections of the 25 cents bottle Sold by' Robersob's '
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;:' All woolen dress goods at .and tea I the same to you as at' the, factory tern! who killed another negro at'Ashy at her \home in South 'Klt .iIlIlDM. A state. PharmaT-y. '.

low coat for cash at Stanford1 Call and examine them; ton last week all the way to Valdosta goodly number of the members and Flowing w..ter was obtained in leas \

The Home Store are agents for the LOCAL AOKNT WANTED=A north Ga, near which, place he succeeded in several visiting ladles were present, than 100 feet., Though/ pot in sufficient I' Hamlet ,

While Star aundry. Phone 1<*>4. ern commission house want a reliable arresting him. returning with his prisoner and the neat sum of $H was* realized : quantity to meet the requirements\ of, melancholy, probably-caused'bj r

If you want your bouse papered or a,' and hustltn? agent Ic this territory to last Sunday Mrs. Claude Lee read avery interesting : Mr. Fleming, but that gentleman says an inactive (iver. A bad liver" make ;

nea.t sign mad.,see Geo.A. Gilbert If solicit consignments of fruits and veg "Mr M. Stoddard lepresrntlng!' the paper entitled "The" Best Mission 90 gallons a minute ii.> litH) that i is. necessary : one cross and i I In.liable-causes! awblai -y;
etables. For particulars address E. Ladden-Cswpbetl-Smith Company of Society 1 Ever Knew which was 10 irrigate the average farm and physical depression and may re- -

J. L,'_ Griffin and family of Lough- 1 Germain Orlando Flab .7 Jacksonville ia In town and will remain thoroughly enjoyed by all uresebl As be intends' to bring his Island up suit disattrously. Hallard's' Her bio. .r

man spent Sunday with relatives in : ; but a short time. He is prepared ;Mrs, Kvans also contributed very | to the highest stale for' cultivation he t is acknowledged to be the perfect Liver 5
C. M. Hrlttain informed some
town Rev. friend while here last week to do tuning and repairing of much to the pleasure' : of the evening. I will\ have another well bored on the regulator. If you're blue and out Of ".

!'AOI'n. to Mr. and Mrs. E, W. Uar- that of his he was preparing to embark in: Pianos and Organs and first-clas by two beautiful selections on the Ethel pi opposite (le. where he.expects to obtain sorts get a bottle today. A pot(lira\ ""%

I'elson on Friday February Atli, a he. and Rev work is guaranteed. Lf aye orders at ano. The recltattwi bv Misses I equally .MS great a flow which cure for.bilious beadace, conitlpation.chills .

1 daughter.For . the F. C.pubh.hlnllbulllne8ll Edwards. ha ing leased, the Bap- the Home Store. f.bol2-1t and Margaret Lee were" good and will make his island the equal of anyplace and fever and yell liver com ... "

, : tbe finest and best flung shoes list Witness for two years Rev. Mr. Capt. Bill Knight of tbe United 'much' 'Mrs.enjoyed.Le assisted'by Mm, D C.very 1 for tbe growing of fruit and plaints. Sold '"y Roberson's Pbarma- f

,call on the old reliable shoe dealers, Edwards was formerly editor of that States dredge Kissimroee now at and ;Miss\ Ethel served<< chicken salad I I.a.lternl vegetables, there being no better land *y. t -
Stanford Co. work at tbe end of Lake Kis in Florida for such purposes ) wTb ;;; ;; -
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... paper. cake and tea. The next place i -'-- _. ViiH. is bavlog a5000
Use Plank's Chill Tonic. Tuarao- Mr and Mrs. H. W. Harttnan of slmmee spent yesterday in town. A* of meeting will be with Mrs. 1). C. Lee I{ Heads" lank erected on an elevated tower tYgalloivt

U teed. Price. :?5 cents. Sold by all Elwodd City, Pa., arfed last Saturday loon as bis present work is completed, on Friday, March 5. t i iPeacbcs Baby li supply water fornhe Vra. >'Von >. ,I.
i which will be in about ten days, Capt. will get Into mischief rle-.tl it uwan
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druggists. ." uin-8 to spend awhile with Mr. W. A. .....0.-- -_-- -- -- -- liotel. *
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Steer Reach Knight and big crew will go to Lake a burn or cut or seal, Aiiplv Bat- - --- ----1- l.
Sam Griffin came down. frcni Or. McCrfol and and Mrs.family U.rLIJ.n at have gushed Okeecnobee and clean the hyacinths in I February.; |I Inrition, Liniment jU6'i a-. anon un lUtiuemocr; this I I. the ,lass 1/|av lot1

t laodo Wednesday morning aDd spent i this Mr. section before ;and have many out of the river, which Is DOW completely -- If some one had bold 1 us a month ago'j'' the aectdentbapt.vns, a nil UM pain. wits paving poll ta es a< a prerequisite to
i .a few hours in town. r nleased to jammed between the lake and !' be rell..ebU.. the wpuu/ .i will heal l voting in the city election. y
trlend. here who are see that this section would produce ripe .. v
wood -r_ Baselnger stopping all navigation quick and nicely: A sure curs for -- -
Stove delivered in town --- peaches la February we would haves)
them again below the latter place. sprain, rbenmatisui and all ualns : Old papers can be purchased at UvloOtoe '
11.00 .
strand.lfttf thought him a fit subject to be tapped j
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a'1[ seal leather. coa.taltt- I for :2oe'per 100 and therein Is
'CO. -Lout-A ySree Price Vie GOiand 1.O\t. ygr. bottle ,
55 KlfiMMMKB_ LUMBKH cards Our.good friend, Mr. F. W. Hill ofNa for the simples, but when Mr. Hurbe.tj I
Ing railroad! passes, O. R. C. the Gazette Sold bv. Itoberson's Pharmacy, better to put under aID 5 4
has again placed the Fleming brought Valley a
reoosee
We now have In stoca a. plendld and: between 925 fend 921 in cash. In > / --- --
Valley Gazette under many obligations'by offioe on Wednesday last several de'l-! Old for salq altbW offlee fur k'
line o both pound and box station Klsiimmea"railway yards oroo Flori- Laundry paper !
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er.Uslmmee DTU4T Co. I da Midland between KlMlmmee and .ending' in a box of luscious cloudy ripe peaches that he bad Just f 20 per 100. ,
if fruit from his splendid orange! grove. picked from the trees on his famous It agency lor the White 81al'1.UIII
... orlces &DGbe goods be- Apo k.. Finder can retain money i III the Home
Store
R. O. Mr. Hill ba.one of the most thrifty Island to the lake we were convinced nO".lLt ,
.u sing TOU. cash., purse and cards are returned to grove in that section of fine groves that the doings hereabouts are beyondus. and If ) ou wish to have the boy call ANNOC EMENTS.Fe .

i t H. C. STAMFORD Co. I Caoova. Kissimmee. Flas immediately surrounding Nareoosaeean4 ,- -The peaches, were as finely flavored I en you otki:! just ring av 164, and "

-. Ultses/HaEel Blanche Allen) of1Sorrento Miss Lucy Jones; a .returned missionary bis trees always bear full crops .. we have eaten and were of very you will( bt'l1 00 our lit and! Calledon =

are the guest. of their from Chins has been secured even when others far.lI. the secret of good ..".8. Peaches in .February 10Kil.Ullmeel weekly: l'I.e "'JI'II'I..11: done' In .ra.... and Collector. i iylkitatkw

w.s cousin, )(1'.. S. H.. Cull. bv the Chrl.tl.n Endeavor!: Society to which is be remembers) tbe editor witha Where is the place that!! an eJboMMt manner and at Taaipa. ,at I have de.b .(
give a lecture at she Presbyterianchurch box of floe fruit each Moral: can say a* inuchV I prices. many f5ierd.
year. ,
.4. J. L.'BearoanandU W/.A. Mtres
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Sunday evening at el&: '' ------- I.rw .a eandk/ste for the olttc*.(CKrMwmhal ;
next - -- - --- -- I .
$ ent the day shooting' .Tuesday and Uo thou and do likewise, #
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will be In tUre. 'fol'lIreacbo and Collator lOotS ti r by solicit the sup
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returned with forty quail.. service and the public Is Capt. Gco. K. Soaulding, of Alliance Convention.There pert of the vot4r of KMImm' ,

; IS I J.' R. Graves, Jrt went down to cordial!*. Invited to come out aDd United States Engineers with headquarters will be a convention held lu That's the way you feel I sboxT the WARREN KIN Tampa Wednesday to-attend a meet- at Jacksonville, and his lungs when you have hac'kiptf oouib -
dealers of hear her. chief clerk Mr. Woodward returned the Christian church under tbe auspices '' Ids foolishness to 1ft.)4.. .,'ffo on aod'ru.t
Ing of the retail hardware of tbf'Cbrlstlao and Missionary Pen;; said Collector .i
Msrabal
be State.Messrs.. Mr. and Mrs. .W. II Oliver, of Tuesday night on the steamer Llllle to luck to get ovep'U. when HalI.rd' -' i
Dadeville; Ala, stopped over here from'a trio of inspection down tbe Alliance Monday and Tuesday after Horehound ByVup will stop the I .....,dIu II; polka tb*support .f all tlMo citisn \1
and De- 16,1 I IRev.
Cha Overntreet Monday aqd Tuesday on their way UJ Kisslmmee river where they bad been noon and evening. February 15 and ; cough and heal UMrlunvg. Price L'c, > of Kt wine_for the office,of Marahal. and 1

Witt Ligbtvey c.rne10 from Bartow the State Fair at Tampa and visited looking: over tbe work recently done n A. Forrest of Atlanta, Ga Me and II OO oef boille. Sold bv I to ti Tai >-<.iU cti>r at .th. .ppro kln. *l.ctlOB Iffleeted r,'r

and spent .Sunday with relative in the family of their cousin, Col. J. W. by the United Stales dredge Kisslm- Rev. R. J. Foster of Orlando, Kla. e..on' PhapffTacy. ,. It,w>ll be my ole>.ur< M ..11.x m7 duty ,1 i ii

the city. Oliver. )Mr and Mrs Oliver were med They went down as far all Long and Miss Lucy Jones who has spent i to mart all the .....DI......... ol the olBc with t. 'i

Mr. E. Thomas of Bristol, Ga., Is highly pleased with this section and Hammock and were well pleu*.. \*iUi seven. years In missionary work In For Rent or SeileIletldential . fidelity and ew......t_... is:. {;
here on a visit hjft brother Horn and central (hina, will speak Hours of I J McPHATTER. ,.
to move
decide to buy a place the uruniv made bv: Capt. Knightand J
may
Thomas.xthe popuVar asalilant cashIer -- services, 3 i>, m. and 7 p. in All are and farming properly of I i
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here a little on his crew t>aviMuldiJ11r expeoia welt .
al the bank. cordially invited to attend sixty: acres, fenced, at. Hammock 1 - "
to return later and make the For Marshal end Collector
If suffer ----- -- Grove house fully furnished and in .>
Don't neglect your eyes. you ;
D. >. Flo'd has secured a lot of with headache, neuralgia or defective trip through to Fort Myers Carets Blood, Skia UI_**.., Eczeta good order* outbuilding and farming ', I uinoOMe. mrneU a* candidate. In* X..tuoI ;.' \

thoroughbred Rhode Island Red chickens \ : sight, call at my office in Redditt Capt. Paul Jo;. Gibson and Mr. J. -< 17
of
and will sell settings, eggsfrom '
them fOI'.ll.Chalrm jewelry store and. have your eyes examined : H Prevail have oUr<:hale the steamer your blood is Impure '-hln. diseased Apply to ,MR. DROUGHT l will do my duty, .
free. I have the necessarv ap- Juanita from W C. Moblev and took hot..oJ' full of hliI.Wl'If r C TURLINGTONROGERS' _
o.L L. Lesley-'accompanied in themost )101ba We in3ebt3To: M. T. FT O'rlerrthe _
parBtucfor testing the eyes charge of the boat thhweek., leaving ve blood poison, cancer carbuncles, are >
by his +lfe and children, are Improved and up-to-date manner aDd yesterday morning OD their first trip eating sores scrofula, eczema, itch- leading trucker of this ectl<>n. for I LIVERWORT '!:ii rti

spending the week in Tampa attending have many satisfied customers among! for Turkey HammocK, Capt. Glb- ind risings and bumps, swellings or one of the finest cault-tlower heads ,,'e I TAR AND CANCMALAOUAF

the State Fair. the bent people In Kisslmnaee son il is well known to many of our sufferatlng$ sores, scabby, Dimply .skin have ever seen, which"" was -ircwn on .ibma thO'.nd complete"Bronchlti.fare and all of LnniroomplaiBUtrndlnu Couch Cold.,

;: Mr. and Mrs. W. 1 s. Brown, of P. G. WHITE. older residents' flaying/ been captainof ulcers, bone pains catarrh, rheumatism his irrigated, farm, at yhtngleCreek._. A>> x rimmmpiion Ll..ecwort. Tar and
Americus; Ga, returned home this the pld steamer Colonist which - -- YS lid hern, have for air blood, skin disease
At or or ,
from ,
Col 'J. Nl. Wood arrived any .. .hh .h.'il + f'it.lion a> a, "'.,ldud win 11"
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week after a pleasantvisit here with plied these waters over ftkeen- years- take Botanic Blood I3alm ( B. U. B. ) Commodore and !lh'" K: P. 1 Uier. '
Sunil to spend a few days mnedr. It rotiti tnii no, onlant or harmilldni
f_ .Dr. and Mrs. M. J. Hfckj. a lanta Mr a' Wood and their little ago He has been )oca *.d in Tampa, Soon all sores heal aches) and pains who are spending winter Winter <. rut t>e drew with .frtv. to ..hiM.....

S We have another, second-hand Organ here who with the guests for the winterof however, for the past several years.- stop and the blood is made pure and Park were the guests of Mrs K: N. Yrtce/ie, 'w lrt Qiily br.Oiierolr, !Pharmacy'H I ,
for sale. It Is In condition | son, are These gentlemen are n* vet undecided rich.: $ Fell at the Polpt this week Commodore '1
good Mrs. VJOo '8 porehts, Drand Mrs Druggists or by express pe PILES) PILES! PILESI! Ito'NSllt.nie'
and will' be 'sold for 2U.OO. Call I Mr Wood Is a former as to what the regular! run of the large bottle. Sample free by wr"dnQ"Alod Over was recently retired from
M. J. HJcks Ointment will r
quickly' Hours: STORK.: of our high School in which I :ij'aanlla will be, but announcement ,Halm ('0.. Atlanta (f,.. B. B. the United States Navy. ., blrsdinsu.t) Iu.IlsuPit5 tthneytles. Jt abaorlK emrrBllml
principal . .
i' extremely popular. I will t>e made later la these columns.jCaut. It IK\ esp>Callv advised for cbroalui- - ---- the iumo,.. loll.)' the itching aionco. mta lit ,.
Get your school supplies' from the 'cs-tSicitv he was Mobley will return to Barlowi a t suik'e.; .IU' Intent rvli'f UII" lxraIndian ,D
I de of blood or slllb: ella-. Good split pens stove wood '
p-suated flry
always canes
visits here are '
Klsslmrne and his occasional t lnlm (t. for Pike
; '
>- Drug .Company. 'They.ea.r. Ype m. 1.1| lint
his-time that
to his large-circle of i and divide between place eases, a.1t-cures trier-sll else .:Tl l.50 atrao, full mrusure.-4. J. M., in-siaeottl.prlwA-r.ri.. -.I.bs' :
., a full tune' and U they haven. a pleasure I I ami hm grove at Fort On racer. bold Kisslmmee Drug Co. Overatreet Phone 1. OveulA Plinruiacv tor.nJ !ILW __ _
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wbat youtwant, will' order U tor you"jfrlaiuls and admirers. i . 1= < ,,-.- - .-; xM
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,. An American Eibd: f ousehold 'l'eadlier-'TommT. 'What !.. the $AYED1 -
-- Two. entire! city 'blocks' hate been I Int 'GuUer By" LI plural of pauperY".TomIDY.Wh1 <

i ,..... *' Th Amount for Appropriation.. celiiclod cud ret: a.do1! for: .the nsacol&tor _Tradition_ "Politest declares People the_ "._French Earth,"to_bG .4. fA . . .iviatter&oOOQOOOCOOOOOcCOOo s. . ,. porpq'aes. ..jma'aml.* :...

i i' Was $34,894,50 lubllc'rlaygl'utr4I1s' chll- rYonkeFs Statesman. ..
( 1 the most polite people in the ,ttorlJ.They're ,
... --- lien and l will .pa filled ..up at: 'once' ...-.... .
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for' iniiasU I ujij (. ,el. air ..1 not writes. Samuel Hopkins Catarrh Cannot Be Cored
MUTER. E> ; ganes.ALL .PRO! AN
; ..eURIL.36EN'ij cf, Sat ludoya-. and after:' HchdbT clams Collle 's. Individually the Wlnd&tf If.dLfe.,. With I.OCAL APKtiCATIOXsiaa; they canoot

weeks -Frent'bma.n''I11a.y---be-.. OoHee--; -The men helpers ot household\ reach the feat of the diseas*. _Catarrh la s .
joura oir: pthor days these .
1 The Fund tfas Apportioned on th'Average essential element blood or constitutional disease, and in orderto .. .
i frour.ds111 co thrown qpen to the I lively he lacks the .. would, not dread to lock up atnight pure it you must take internal! remedira.

: Daily- A'u..d..ce'of. PupiU.Tallahassee. : -.- '.children. H Is In accordance with furteByi! regard! for tie feelings. .j j"of If they always' felt sure that tbe1ed'lres llall'i Catarrh Curo ia.taken internallrrand

f :;" f, 1bf bl ci'Schooi-;;' = the t'pirit of 'the'"age, to 'endeavor. 'to. othen, -"* 1 and'1ocJl"t: 'the'1Vlndol. were- actS direction the blood and mucous euriacamJlall .

"It' : 11iTJd. ", 1tUflYthfldfn. '" . -- 1 Ch rj51nJ-ir'prI: v JrtoTJTii pUlTW:-Ti r! 'frefromdulltWttbadamV'foth..New ? '. -. u..Lstarhawi' Dot a:Quack ..OPERATLON.JByLydiaI3.Phikham's
Fin':=Hott; W M. Hr1- medicine it was preacnbea by) ooe'ol the
loway kuperlntondpnt Florida llcftlth Notes the"monthly Is an lndlvidtialistto the verge ofsavagery. Haven Register. beat physicians in this. &u ,.,-for ,...., -
elate of public publication) of the state board ot In the theatre b.e Is 'a .- .'. and in a regular prescription it is composed

., Instruction nuulaj; the annual !i/u,- health; treats of a.rnatlor, which" isleaMy nuisance, on the street hivjs a.boor, A. Treated Duster: of tbe beat tonic knol'n 'combined wjtn tbe ... .. .
be acting
tlonment of the t itAecoal the stale : a serious: one lo the public InUio8ewordiij.'It ( blood nunh ra, directly on the
ou A cheese
big of : cloth
traY achool"-furd.- 1'h1fund-1vr1sN4ua 18_ possible that by << u'tot.t\1.rp nlJnCLanddrleil.l. almost of the what ; < -
Into word adequate. to' tho co aloOi I > < two Ingredient Ia' produces : =
d on tho basis, of lh.. ft\orn !' dully haling court tho doctors ofhe hog. 'You discover this on the 'oocaslon > a magic duster.. It accumulates all snob wonderful result in curing caUrrb. I .

attendance of the pupils' upon the public atato who ale delinquent reporting. dn. does not scatter It o-nd bend for lertiraonlale, free. Vegetable' Compound
.t. the -
at
births of first 'promenade InPar1e .J. .. ,
schools ln cuuiitlea tho total' and deaths occurring In their your y (UUZKET: A CO.:>> Pro. .Toledo. (X
tin same-tlmo brightens everything It Bold by druggists, price, 75o.'Xaks .
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lIraoUQ&--I
!1 )i" 11$bt.-.jHl. e.00t.4. .
Tir..Uie.iTiil'T : '- ---- --' -- '
;' for npDOitlouinent> $1JT.1IrrTlieamount was ,;H.. still may 'jecoerced Into complying ''My first:day on the 'houlevards; ol teaches.:: !*w-ITSvefi' :IlesISler.1. -1tfW '! FaanlrPills oomHpation.--1- L ufn1I1 e; Ttyr: --" LydiaFtnk--

*.846-9':, TAo i am per pupil' was oc,' with the law in this icupect but' such Paris was spent mainly in the gutter MMHW .,* Being a manly.maji' does not mean I hAm's.Velttltable Compound has cer:-
a course of procedure lIua always beendistasteful Stitching Ilraid. to brute Ulnlr done me *
cents Tho amount apportiooed wua my second |In apologizing tQ people display :. strength.Many. .
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t i IS4.ie-S.S2. TDe balance In the' fund l and relugnant to tlm who were urging me thither slate health Children. Are Sickly. I cannot praise .it
and lie will
ollloer. !
If thebraid 'first
v ever a shirt. Is stitched
1 ; ; not apportioned Is $69.8.A third I devoted" to dVni Ionic but.
plead guilty to a i-enilBuiieuB In this double then hemmed the. Mother Qray's Sweet Powders for Children! ; enough. a sufferedfromlrregnlarlties
: _.Tn,8, jjl iucJlwl ,pf. J theslfttaBcliPQL: ) on ..facing
: 1arllculnrwhelleVl"r hu! duu'ge.of, tJngmyselt., .__1\lyrourihFflfth: and_ : .... tilled by. Mother Uray, nurse 'in Children's .- ,
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% t_ fond on I he 1st day of January, limn.& of sixth: *I nursed lame shoulders by--he--edgee--- the- folded slde lion N.-Y.r ciircKerrrUbnoConnttpa- .1 dlzzlnew.: nervous. .rness
'It t
+, -::1.the Interest on which baa juat beuuapportionod Jioglocl! duty' oughtugaliutt i projecting; Just, .i a .fracti. Ionofan_ Inch-, tieD, Stomach Troubles,, Teething! Urnordera ., and
him: The inttlk'lnwzi..tjt Jhj!> statoOuld "Now I have A hardened spot in Destroys W .. All .. -} a 8e..er&I
0"
DrnEgiats'
was $1,129,6-07 but un below the skirt It will I Lac. 'r
the '23d day of jauuar Unfund ln< 1II1l1l i lot l i It. ilti.ens and not my soul and. two more -on the front wear twtcqns Sample Fault. A. a: Ulmated,Le lwy, #. Y I ': .! 4 female trouble.
19ui|
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) long as whcyi. put on the old fashioned J.ydlaE.nnlthanTsVesretabla:
I' ,
r mnhe It iieceixsarjf! thaI one of their of my collarbone, and lean lopk1'stralgh.t 4 i"
was augmented In the of .
sum own jiififoabluu plioulil liu compelledto way of having a single: edge be- WirY ARTISTS OIGN 'thEIR PAINT- :v ;d Compound
,
Into theeyes '(>t nn elderly \
) 922,123.40. this amount : '
hntlng I ly-uu low thoskint.-Woman's Life i<' has restored ..
( invoke lii'
I of tho law
N paid in by the trustees of lui. liitiirnal po\\t' French lady with long kra.y whiskers INGS.Tiai7Wy 'ffi.i 1 to perfect .,
lII'nlll"l i > I ho in. 1 lie dut I> of iliVBliluna me .
do artlitj sign
improvement fund on atiuunl of and convince her tha' nha i I, 28 per centum of jiriui'iilrf'of'. the to aid in iri'kliiR! imniate; the more lb'n two-thirds of tho To Open lt,,K of Sugar Easily their paTnllngs., mamma?" i/L. from the operating
ret IUIIIB I of. vi It I ill ituli ho'lk',, Is that .
olio Placn tho
1 bag of In- of
we8'of public lall should not need to ?hi* I h,lsU'd
1 now in the st'ntcschool fund is $1,: andthe upon doesn't get it. This sounds ungontlei you, rTght Bide up "'|Jth loo' chain top and .which ,iV the tiottomof) the medicine In the house..'-Mrs.. 8AM'LI
I ,I fait I that (hI'\ iunK'il I it t 1 UBiliKiilur. !
15174040. Oiid.-i tin jiieHent" law, Stitch at tho left Wltjr a pair ot picture dear!"-Clkps.; I LXK, 8528 Fourth St., Louisville Ky.Anotbet' .
eon c'6nsld "iliiR I IuJ", t the} oroI.. i nflanlj, Vuf-rfs necessary. For if ;youi _
this ZunI: be ImcbltU only in scissorscut one stitcXon- plain
)body "C f intelligent mi n.liu let 'shunted into the Operation Avoided.
: yourself get
_ _ ktate and federal bonds. consequently i I side. Now take op/oend front the Itch cured In 90 1nInjoolford'j'
IH douhl the street often enough It's only a SralLMi7LotIoa. Never J Adrian Ga.-"I suffered untold
Unit If
;: the slate ,Imaiil of odurailon must it no t I pruu question front between theMAurab and finger falls, At drucrUU.
content Itself with i aery low iutcOt .> "ed Uiird rood fiom .1'liu'hsmulllo i I I toK of time when a watchful taxi misery from female troubles and my

intercut,. 4bo- Jtaiuu tiulisi;' on un "> tin oQ{ I on .in I I liulli I ilimisiiiuis will auto will get you of the right bap/d", and one end on the A Christmas Tree for the Birds. doctor said an operation was my only
,
back, -between( .tho thumb and finger j chance and X dreaded It. almost as
k ,average less than 312 per UMH IKT' >Iblt I that (Ttj who do nut Juiow.. ufHB A Christmas tree fop spartows was -
oxitteiii.,-_uujjlot 1I1.,1ICof the of tholefthand. Full on- them at ; much as death. Lydia E. )'1nkham'sI )
.annum. AmericanHorses.. feature of the celebration ofHhe day
a
I Amount for tlonim-V! $34, alll'II'lIulIl I > It ]lr""I1I., .. to the visit . the samjertlme, and the entire.length I Vegetable Compoundcomvletelycured
nppoi The development of types of light In West Chester Pa. when !Mri.
without
me V.
Rate or. Othi r thousands. residents of will wfme. out. If you Wish the bag operat.lon.LENA.
S94.60. pupil 36 1"'UI. '
Counties. Av per AtU'iuliincenu FliJi Ida ,will ulxulHlt( It who do not bvrsea baa been notable In the Unit for/any other user turn wrong side James Mowen, who feeds the birdsof llKNRT, B. F. 1)'. 8. .

.ja-j. IJ\W\ ltU:1dt'lllltlJx.: ) ., .cavitJll may bo ed States, but according to a bulletin her locality every day, -placed a Thirty years of unparalleled sue.
4 AJachu; . ;-4,44; l. ; t....and_remove ,-all tne stlhipgtjie! '
.Dak.r. . . . 75; 2.1 S" (i-onii Inti.,-('SI ed. In FVriiiindlnH which" reo.nUy'l.sued by the Department of same way Up sure and have the largo cedar tree In I a snow 'drt/t< i In' i (!ess!! cVnflrms th.-.power of,Lydja Erl'1nkbath's

jt. Bradtord . . . 1. fil 1 bi>17",1t' It luuld nut draw then- otherwise Agriculture with a slnglo except! chain stitch at the left. 'Boston Post. her yard and decorated It whit pieces Vegetable Compound to,

., flrvard . . . 6tS ::132.2,1 When bat IJI'O"l.l''II\I <. lillt I -en.story I the draft horses have been forejgn of cake, bread in sat and other things cure female diseases. The great Volume

.. Calhoun . . . 7M 27216Citrue : hotel with Its luunliida: of. looms la strains trnnaplante-4! for the fclrds. It k said at least 100 I of unsolicited test1monycolutantOuriDlr

. . . . itJI! .2:i(i.4-8 built in Jack UOtlV IPh'. 111t.J'l'vlll\ be Of tie light horses, the Xarragan. hurried Take Time to Wnlk.Tho sparrows got a portion of the food Lydia!ly E. PlEkham's in proves conclusively Vegetable Compound that.
movements
'
incident
mOle louilsta t to- Jfngl'r In thin '
t Clay . . \ . hOt; 2\10.16( ( city, melt pacer was a famous ,.tpe In Col 10 modern during the day, end a nearby baker is a remarkable remedy for tbpse
llic'Hi commercial life
and t will ofteu visit Fi'riiuncllna Interfere
Columbia. . 2.1i31 947.d t onlal days. Later eaiii'tbe ,did rushing business. The home distressing feminine ill. from which,
: Morgan, : I a
Dade . . . li59 133.-/; / If I lhc>' inn ii'aih hat ilty by an In more ways than'one seemed suffer.
have women
the to all o man
standard bred xdad the saddle birds Invited
: peSoto . . . 2.166 77\1\ .76 110015 i lite ovvi. a food road It living. The urban resident who bolts

ZXivatscambln. . . . t',570' 2:11i5: ; 20 would lie an added attraction to Jacktomlllc '!I borne The specialization of these his br..eakfast and hurries off!: to his those within distance of many SSO -.-

; . . 4,11110( 1.Hi'-; >11) llvlcllng tin' Interest' with types has bee a national business Indoor business or Pl'otessl'i'nal.en, blocks and tho yard was a busy ,
1 Unit d 1 1UO boulevard dl- the tree being almost torn Yntc t tFranlrlJii '. . . H41;: 2:1H.: I Ii i prgiiom 'fooj and In spU of importations from ga,61110013; deprives himself of one scene,

I Gadaden . . . ::1.311.' I.a 44 n'el lo t ili-) aconst ami 1 thiiue suuthwunf I abroad \t\\ 'native stock has developed of the most !Important; elements] In ,I own by tho birds.-Philadelphia! Inquirer rJn'llI .JJ.lde

.. Hamilton . . .. }I.4 to, 525, .So; ( lie cmi. \I\on ilpn.tin 1 Ihoxe. liank'. I*\II.of.- loads! Johns and and/iield its own. the maintenance of his vital eiMacgy _,___,-'- Mpicor4.Giotai." J

r ,HernandoHlllsborough. . . 1 625;:! 2211.111> :$1. o / raft hones on the other .hand and mental 1i\f..itiicose \ '
i II (>It''n 1'0\1' Sjulngs' and Palatka activity. Vigorous \vaUt- Brown's Bioncnlal Troches are of ticrt ": -""
6t76 2,47:> ;; ;
t liiHKliiK, tin .inilun.il illli* lunge and the only native type was the Cones ing is a good form of body cxcrcIsW I'roat service In curing Hoarseness flirrmun. t..n.Qnitrxm.
Holmes . :. I.HT ,,11/.12 'I .....I.eq'e.
4. I. 'Jackson . . . 4.IIZo.. IbtJ ..j pi'i iniini ni i'-inijiii, grounds are built, /- foga, a breed that has now become It tends to Increase the normal acU Coughs, and Sore Throat. la boxes 25 Pr..dnC
Jui liHom Illi ulll bo mine completely extinct and has left nc fly of every organ and function of the cen.ts Samples mailed fiee John 1. :
4- Jefferson . . . 3,01'' 1,0J4.0O
: LaFayette . . 856 3".S I SLalt.Wl allrllo.llplu"| "o at Ihall..zi'vUII discernible traces on the. naUvo stock body. Were it more generally and Drown & Son, lloston. .Ma... CAPUDINECURES

. . . l4 1 471 .,t5 tir lOiirlhi) will loiter- before For heavy work, there
,s : . Lee . . . ,. 5n! 212.76I his \%Liy southward To tluK >ermjinent .- I cans roust depend upon the Imported \ necessity for gymnasia and other aittrIclal -:- Wife (In a hurryr-"Ob) bother 4 ''I

b Leon . .._. . . 3.Th3 1.361 ..SSp resident< of Jacksonville all of Pcrcherona Clrdesdales and substitutes would not be apparent Pins get away In the most mysterious COLDS
those roads will odd
I lay, . . . . 1.4111j (''G b8 Ilr.tly( to tbe I IShires.\ .-American Cultivator. manner"Huh I It R..v
Iileasuns' of life Femaiidina will be
: '. .,- Uberty . . lilt; 1L1d: I The national traits which have re. \ and GRIPP. the Caus. ---..-
brought near AIIOUKH( to Jacksonville -"My dear one has to bt
t Uadlson . . 3.3tj2 I suited In these conditions/ are ovl The; Secret of Washing Gloves. Believes the aches and feverishness.
the
.Ot) hy prupob(l lJtfow road to enable sharp to match a pin. The reason
Manatee . I.4UU 5t.t4 different "The i Contain N. A..to illUe
residents' thereXlo' participate In Uio dently somewhat from what only trouble about these
Uarton. . 4.5t43 1653.4 ] they get away Is because they ,are _
: .mlllt.\.ciltl )ffe cf Florida's mctro-p has been supposed ; for the speed wash gloves," said the 'lady, "la,..that I
: Vpl1J1)e. . . 1.172: 421.92 pointed one way and headed another I ALWAYS AH.EAD

.:Nassau. '. . 1.3'H' 47'Lt' oils. ,V mania Is what has caused the light they dry, after washing, so very stiff ,"-Doston Transcript. I IMra. "I'm afraid we have a dlsaapolnt

Orange . . 2,379 556.44 A tP9fley road from Lake City to j types to bo developed and the heavy and boardltke" The salesman ? meet in store for us," declared the

,,, Osceola . . 1J4): 270.00 Gainpville. \\prthlngton Springs, I onus to be neglected American breeders wrapped.the soft, pale yellow gloves .Winalowa Soothing Syrup for Children I explorer.: :

\ Pasco . . . \\152 342.2 Is xrtic" of the things promised fromo i have sacrlfled other qualities In tissue paper ""That is easily remedied t.&thillCsot'tenatbotJUDYredUCetlIDftammaoD.anPUD.eur.nnod ''Not at all. We'll the
25c bottVs cap.
. Folk . . . 3.2711 Ll () .t3 ( development bf the water power which,' In the opinion of the Department ." he said. "til tell you how to colic. a II pole In an hour." reacbc:"

. I f'ulDam" . . 1.641 590.7 nt Suwannee Shoals Not only will of Agriculture, are more important wash gloves BO that they will dry soft An open window and a dark room "And tells that we'll

,I fit. Johns . 1,744-- 442 6 this greatly stimulate the growth and I In order to lower track record i and pliable, the same as new. After are tbe wireless outfit of most people something me "

," 81. .Lucle . . f.55 .1 .bU prosperity of the two cities lo med by a second or two. you have rinsed them Quite clean who are curious to hear what is going find a. man there soiling .post-cards.
BantaRosa.. 2. 7 47 .?2 and add to the value of Worthlngton on In the neighborhood. PUtoburg! Post
In the minds of moat persons, Virginia dip them In a final bath of freshwater _
Bumter-- . . _. 1,11 402.1.2I \lrln.gs as an al1.tho.'ar.rO'und resort .
Buwannee.Baylor .. ." . 3,089 1.112.04 but It will Inure to the benefitof Kentucky: and other Darts ol and rub plenty of soap into Haw. Purs-Fronts For Country Boys. I TEOROUGHBBED %WHITE LEGHORN

,... . S6 3124 the 'fertUe farming section through the South are cnoat commonly as them, drying them without rinsing This hi the time of the year when the
r
. Volncla .'. . 2 0 70.40 which: it will pass. so-dated with the pedigrees and 'development .- his last soap.out. The soap left In average country boy not only goto a great EGGS. .

Waknlla '. ,". 843 3.48 .It. Is difficult-to @stlmale.the.. money of the; finest types ol the gloves makes them wonderfully, amount trapping of, sport but ronaideittble and pleasure profit out .of and fur . ,

Walton .. , O' 2,140 77 loan to the orange growers bf Florida hones. To all, who hold that opinion .80ft'\the don't then need after dry- Potkat.money.. Raw Furs in recent years AT LET LIVE .PFUCC: at.SO "0" ,.. I'

.Washington ', !,!19 798.84 -wh ch comes through their lack ofLfet U will be liwOruotlvp to trace throughthe lag to be rubbed soft with ten or han brought remarkably good t prices. wets;* u<< H.lI.n.t 1 :Rlmlnn. Tr.p Hwl.4, ThIDEiL ..

,. org on. It: but De said that .psga of the bulletin, number',ol fifteen minutes' hard labor. This Faahloa baa ordained tbat every lady must foilLTRT TlllDi'OliaMi'

. : . -:t4,987 $34.195.ai Koodprices preyail for citrus growersIn great strains elf racing carriage and soap secret being used wash glovesare -JncreMexi.wear furs, consequently Prices of furs tbe are demand higher tian has $t'ltiMti t, 6*.

,. . .'ota1 ount for appor. ioyufone-northern market and at saddle blood which. although common. quite perfect. It In no wonde they were. last IIe! *>n. M. OABCI. & fy>*&,

tio eat . . . .$34.894.u. ( once the !growers; as a rule, proceed ly associated with the South. In reality they are completely superseding thexpebsive LOUISVILLJC, Kv., make a specIajty-eVEw
lo )bieak down the price by rushing Furp, and a visit to their fur room la an in METALLICHEELS
Jance In fund not appor. their fruit to that point, to repeat I tbe go directly ,back, to- .New. England : : kid glove for they are teresting night, for here can be- found furs

-. : tioned.. .. .. . }. ,$ C99! 28 operation wherever prlc,""B rise Wae( a. . halt as cheap again and their wash- from "every section of-the United State*. '
They receive
management would distribute the cr ) Wages Mar and Abroad.In : lag Is so easy-do them at bedtime; in nhipmenjt from all over the AND

fM BOAD PUNNED. II the markets In such majmer -thtgood toss them on the radiator and in the list couptry, which answer to their weekly price
they issue This
; ;i. Dtmdee a girl running a side n| every Friday.
t ' --- prices could be had In anv/of morning they are ready to put on.- price list Is furnlBhod the shipper upon COUNTERS
ap-
.' .f ',Tlk of Building a Boulevard Between them Such good management Is.bnly seventy-two spindles on n Juto dry New Orleans Times-Democrat. plication. Write for i it. ,
and St. spinning frame makes $2 25 a weekof :
:" Jacksonville Auguatlnc.UacksonvlIJe to be secured by doing as California
f:,' Fla.-Interested parties growers do ship through some central fifty-five hours and pays |1.70 s I-\, To the telepathlst gray matter is I
., the most Important instrument for
'>c, are working out plane for a grand agency which can watch the mar. week for board and lodging. Those ood-j
v long distance message transmission !
boulevard between Jacksonville kyle and prevent disastrous slumps in running two sld s make ,a.8D a week. !

.;. : ,.nd Saint Augustine, which prices caused by overloading a prevl. In similar Jute mills In Mae ach..&.- PtQ' Plenty of-Bzerelse N.ces nry. I I .
11GO\a14 scarcely fall of being a wonder ously healthy market. Eaitij
for week of fifty-five hour a"
N attraction and an Immense help stts a Plenty of regular emercUe must be .
:loaddlRg to-t -progress of'both cit Among the correspondency, coming girl running one side of seventy-two: >'ffKMiTO takn In order to keep the body In a I
from out through the state to tbe '
..... It* is proposed to obtain a right Folks who are pushing the tuberculosis spindles makes. $6 and for two sllc-s .t/IJ healthy condition. Any excessive or Madoof

.& ,. "' :of.,way"on the east side' of the East exhibition In Jacksonville, Is a makes $9, andpays about 2.75 a Flannel Dread.-One quart of unusual exertion,' however. Is sure to. Stool "

', ,1 r :Ooast railway 100 feet wide; then letter from Lake county in which the I week for board.Consular:: Mid TradRaDorta milk. one-half cup of butter, whiten cause stiffness and 8QrtneU' or the P : 1-
(,t>lant-two rows of palm trees rightthrough For Miters Quarfymeg Farmers and '
1 > the being writer says: "I have been so charm ot two eggs, one compressed yeast muscles and Joints. .I

twsnty. feet the apart center, and on rows the eaal'and ed with the beauty of this section and flour enough to make a thin batter. To counteract, this effect there Is ill men win dor ronft,work

. ; its entire healthfulness'that It seems NO MEDICINE nothing better thaa Sloan's. Liniment.
west side of the two rows lay let others know Scolldp Stew.-Scald one quart'ot Prevent sore heels. They %ill
duty to ,
my positive Lay It oil lightly where the muscles
brick or .pavements fifteen feet of Its delights. It Is a region of nan- But a Change of Food Gave Relief. milk, tben add one pint ot scollops; make your old shoes good ainew.
have been strained it requires no rub-
l feet in all This ; '
.j.j.r4.maklq'thlrty ry hills, the highest part of the state. when to the boiling point add a pieceof They are easy to attach.
for It right to the
bing penetrates
I .Would give a magnificent bridle path lakes beautiful Many. persons are learning that butter size of walnut and
t I It ,H s said and with a ; salt Any cobbler can them
Inthe" centert and a. right and led bone, relieves any congestion and Inflammation put on.
:to drugs are not the thing to rebuild
clear lake everywhere, In my rambles red pepper to taste. Your shoe dealer has ahoes
f briveway fast time could be
which and
on the woods/I bave select worn out nerves but food is makes the muscles .
through / proper (Tiled with
them.
fc' would Syrup ,For CorobaUs.lIaltcupwater. Theysi-
'i nade with safety. It be an elastic and pliantSloan's"Linitnent
ed desirable Bites for a sanatorium required.
so than
many but
lighter leather
highway but being used alI one heaping cup brown sugar.
expensive I don't know ot any countryor There Is a certain element In the Is a great boon to will"butlait the ahoe.

; most exclusively by automobiles it section that Is so well adapted as cereals: wheat biyley, etc., which Is one tablespoonful vinegar, a little athletes, for It not only relieves pain' Send for booklet that t1ls ,. '

kh uld last fifty years. Of vitrified this particular region for the out door I ream of tartar. Boil ten minutes. and stiffness, but It Is excellent all about ib.m.SCRAP.
j grown there Vy nature for food to
Oriole it should last indefinitely Some
stir la two tablespoonfuls butter boll teller Ihoeillch'n.ca' e
.. tuberculosis cure. No malaria no brain and nerve tissue*. This la the remedy for sprains. cuts bruises and
; favor' a toll road, but, the location harsh winds off of the ocean to the crack. Have corn warm and _0...... II
1 damp ,
4." demands. a elate road free to all. phosphate of potash, of which Grape- cramps. -S
r but all bree-ies bearing the Inceass free from hard kernels stir --in\ all Mr. J. F. Price of TuscnmblaAla. .
Nuts food
contains a large proportion. -
from the fragrant pine. Land Ii that can be covered with : ,
ASKS.tPPRorI syrup.
I TION. not Inhabl- I In making this food all the food writes- am an engineer on the
cheap. There are many I Vanilla Wafers.-One-third cup Southern Road from Chattanooga to
elements In the two cereals wheat
r ,Senator Tallde-fro Working for GrayL tant. I have no money to do this and uttbr ahd lard mixed, one cup sugar, '-Memphis Tenn. The continued elevation
l' at Penaacola.SHmaacola work myself but If you would bring barley, are retained. That Is whyso IRON"I
IngDock
Fla.-Senator Tallafcnolas' this matter before some wealthy phil- many heretofote nervous and run one ,egg well beaten, one-fourth cup of my arm upon ,,tha throttle

..{ *taken up tbe herculean task of anthropist ,who could be induced to down people flnd In 0rape-Nuts .a milk, two and one-fourth, cups flour. gives It a sore feeling when on a long

,. obtaining an appropriation of "$2.000.- take the matter up It would 'be the true nerve and brain food.. one level teaspoonful baklngnpowder, journey, and there Is nothing that 'W'.ANT-ED '

c .WO for a graving deck at tire Penaaola means of restoring health to many "1 can say that Drape-Nuts food ne.haf teaspoon salt,two teaspoons will take the s6ren ss out !ike-Slon'i

.1 ">. navy yard, and according to adVices hopeless sufererL"Key has done much for me as a nerve re- vanilla extract. Cream the butter. Liniment. and I keep a bottle in my Large Manufacturing

L* ." received ) ere he has appeared West Is rejoicing in a daily newer" writes a WIs. bride add sugar egg. mUk and vanilla. Sift grip always.." Plant

,t, Before the naval committee and 'ru. mall service with the mainland via "A few years ago, before my marriage together thoroughly the flour, baking requiring 2,000 ton Scrap Iron
No matter what
,, 4Qellted that such an appropriation the East Coast railway: it is difficult and Bait and add. crop you grow, see
powder month needs
I was a bookkeeper In a large to It that you hae no mortgages. to per one buyer in
*- bkaad.. From what is known hereOf to conceive of a business community .
firm. I becamesw nervo-us toward Cranberry Sauce.-Put a pint ot raise .each
t the attitude of the senate naval without a dally mall service locality. Apply, stating
the end of each week that It seemedI sugar and a pint of water into a dpep .
voommltte. and the navy department In these days, and the wonder Is how experience if to
"BronteQuinine" ,
must give position which I l When they boll add one any,
withoutone up my aucepan.
: Laxative
along
f towards the southern navy yardstJier. Key West could get That Is Bromo quinine. Look)
;-, .- is little hope that the senator's so long. In this connection is could not afford to do. quart of well-washed cranberrIes. for K. W. Orove. U.J

..,..gort.will, be .successful and It he' worth. recording tha. there was not a "Mother. purchased some O rape- hake! them covered over the fire for t-raitLL a Cold in On Ksd:; 3SoJ Box741AtlantaGa.I

'. fian orsr s c eed keeping the local single fa.lIurll.ln Key Weal last year' Nuts, and we found It not only delicious ten minutes. Turn Into a porcelain

Ity&M in commission he will be consld- which shows that the Island cUy baa but I noticed from day to day-- Ish. or glasses' -preferred... They -T1L10-SOALI.- -

: ncI, as, accomplishingmuch.. a conservative body of business nien.1 that I was Improving until I finally will be' just right sweet enough When bnr was- a common chap, is1o;

.. ..... I realized I not The some as you or ma, mayhap, f -
Governor Qilchrlsts' _request!" ( h.t was nervotrt ant'm re. juIcy enough and cooked enough '

I/: rFINE STUMPS_VALUABLE. that the secretaries' of the stateVboard "1 have recoDHDen e4'lt. to friends Long cooking makes them bitter and Por style he didn't give a rap, -

C) as a brain and nerve food, never having ark-colored. He loafed In the grocery. Coughing Spells
Gainesville Will Internal Improvements' and.he\ .
Mill at of '
: ii' ,Wow Paper" . found Its .qual. I owe much to Pineapple Chips.-The pineapple : .

; ,, i&I r) "t-OainesTill- Us Fia.--/rhe.; Them paper factory board of state Institutions shall! \ have ,' Grape-Nuts, as It saved me from a should be sliced thin and pared, When they found oil on .Abner's. lot, is- 5s 54 ibIs taeas .. )
<
.. Lrbe. located. here will. put a value the records always in order for pub- nervousoollaple, aDd enabled ma to placed'pn dishes and covered thickly A bunch of notions Abner got a v.411 ,.U. 4k. worst

., 4, ,7 the pins stumps which now dis- lic inspection by whomsoever may retain my position." with powdered sugar. For ten days The cracker, barrel knew him not.

: .our field and are an eyesore to wish to examine them In accordancewIth Name given by Postnm Co.. Battle these dishes must be/kept to a slow fie Ibafed In the drug store. ol the thr, ss4 lsmss.

--1'' farmer. These stumps will be which orders have. been madeto Oreelr, Mich. Road, "The Road to .oven or other heated place, and the Ab.oiuti has from imIuf

v, 'pI .aa-ful. la- the manufacture of paper that effect by these boards, shows Wollvllle/ pkgs. "There's a Reason. 'slices turned each o>y. At. the -ex- A trust has bought out Abner now,

'dsith. lIe 111rocea.:,=..-rba.**will be shows that Governor Gllchrlst Is far .". ilratlon of this time place the slices And he'has mad his social bowMs 1'

f' ..,.ot..th. 'IargeIt, paprm1U. .. In mdre -the- veopli's; friend" than Bw-rd lie above letter T A a.w In a quick oven tor.Just ten.snlnuteoh 'looks as,solemn AS ft cow _

:' ; altecl'B;ate... t.JLJatd: _dol'tlv4.'IVI those -governors_under whose: administration in .the- one appears front Jln*tQ tlv ._ Tlioy J. .n_remove: ._cool and' _place! betreaan.aye : -. iA.n.d. loafs In the bank. fey' crackeyl' t

; fl; wlU' cost ,about- :*.two- million, dark a*. to the much pubjlo that waa--.kept'was don are gvuaiu*, I rue.,.sad fmll of banian'/ svof paper,- with powdered, sugar. '- ulsvThJeOour1er.Yobrn4L '

/ interest Uted bf r thE fruit.
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RAILWAY PYTHON.A.
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. More Literature ,for (ha, Blind..TVfaat .

.,..-J' '. 1* to be kztown as the New ,To EnJoy '
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Yort system o'f "point readlnc" readIng '

., for thai-blind baa been ,perfected,
r ' -:- . by William' B. Walt, principal of the b PtJntirlg:
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i1& New York Institute for the Blind/and! .

D. B Hunt on, superintendent, ol .. ..
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--- -- the'American Printing House .tor the -S

: 1 ., Blind at Louisville.. Dy ch.*.penlnc 4

the cost, xf printing such, literature : '
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. 4. the yatem 1* *>zpeot d 'to permit I. "
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: ; blind to.'Puroh..n.d.Inc .
1 many .perjKJn EXT; TO NEW8PAPEffADVEATISINO.. -
: t, : -. matter The, Sunday school lessons '
\ l S. ---o' la the v"near .'point"ystem, for ;; THE BEST ADVERTISING TrltVoRLDi.
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: the blind will Ibe 'aent to la ", .
a
0 ( : press :
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& ,.. (. week -.ndJt expected:i that the entlra. '

- ., '. _..syiitenx ot. .J' oua.-Jn.tlJldlon have been fortunate :in, .
very
-, ::4 for the elgbty. thousand blind persunn ; : : 5 fl

-. . c . -a.- In. the United States- wilt undergo the services, of one ,of the -
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marked changes. ,
_
: : 'HItherto. because -of..tbe 5 raised"sur Dea'er.'J and 'most experienced print' .

faces only one side of the paper couldbe

: used making the cost of .a book in the state and are now able

or 'paper for a 'blind reader a large

Item: The New -York system 1 Is so execute! Job Printing of every

arranged that both sides of the paper"cJuT'bo
: iedTl .: mbo<*lng on--on '' in -all leading styles .

def the page between. the line

of the embossing on the,;.other. The class .of work turned out by :
o ,
cost of production frillbereduced by ; .

fully 40 per cent.-New York Trlb' is acknowledged to be the finest '

une.. ,
____ : the prices the lowest of
File Cured In 0 io 14 Day. any

Paco Ointment U guaranteed to cure anyUMof
It.cbID'I.l11I1'1d.' Bleeding I'rotrudiniJfUes anywhere.-

: iq 6 to MISUND1InsTOOD.If days or!money.rafupdad. 60*> .' ,


"Aro you a benedlotT" '

"No; I'd like to Join a lodge but I

my wife objecla."-LcraUvtlle CourierJournel. Pimples Itching: Humors, Rheumatism, Blood
-'--- -
._ Poison Eczema -Bone--
,
Two Boxes of Tetterine Cure Tetter 8 8 8 B.II. BotanloBloedBalm the only MUmd remedy that kill ibe
the blood and rich
llienpuiinee-lt eendlnftltflood of parr blood direct to
Case of io Years -Sanding. surhee. Hones Jolniteand whereve th disci.. a orated. In this w., ,.
"I bays been troubled with a leveracue Uloera rimnlei, Kru tlon.are healed an* eunx paint and aohei of ". be&l\ll,1
of Tetter, for ten yeAr.; have tried ceame. rwallfniraiubiUlo' B B B completely ohan"..the body Intoolean, _ _
-- .-- "....to..ln .nearly every Slat. In i the union condition. Riving the akin the rich ro-rhn.of nerf ot health/. .KB. "
a. 1 am on the road &1the lime. Cures Through the Blo9d wont old "..e.. Try It *)t oo py faretjwttte >. Drug Store -with .
In Columbia (ant week a druns'lat recommended Jtor born core. 8AklPK rnKK by writing] BLOOD BALM. CO..Atta
Tetterine I laughed at him but --01
bought a bnx' that Rave m. relief .o I
bought .nother and am entirely, well. 1 PUTNAM FADELESS DYES ;
shell tnkereal pleasure In telling all

people In the show bualnesl" of.your\Vr.e.Chicago mar-, j Odor more good*brighter and I...... oolon than any oUter d.... Ono lOo, package oolora all' II""" '". The, d,.. In eoM water better thaa any other ,,,. YoI *
..5.S.S ..- velouaikln remedy. Jew III I lan dye any .arm.* wll.aoui rlrr'fflaTitian.. Write Cor five booklet-How to !,... UUaoU. Sod Ml* Voton. R1ONUOK KUDU CO.. .lneJ'.IIII..I.. cj

Tetterine cure Eczema. TeUer. RingWorm. A SCIENTIFIC TREATMENT' : FOR
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Ground Itch, Itching Pit. I : : BJOTICE ;
'S fant Hors He,,d. Pimple"I Bolli. .RoJh ,y! r 'eclcWhlsh'l Drugs, Cigarette and Tobacco Habits. "
Bcaly Patchre on the Face Old Itcii.igBore. I ,
.. DnndrufT Cankered Scalp, nu.ilnn .I ,.- . NEURASTHENIA orNERTK: EXHAUSTION Ad \luUtore I-. . CABBAGE PLANTS ,
., Corna Chllblalna and every form of.kln .:.: ,:' I by Bpeolallita for thirty year Correspondence eoutidentlal.
tll...... Tetterlna 611"-. Tetterineffoap '!) I I The Only H_ley' lnatltnt In floor. .., and POTATO DRAWS For.Sale.-

Cartoon by Robert Carter, In thp New York American. the manufnrturer.26c Your drurgjet The, or Shuptrfhe by mall from Co., u __', ,, -,'_} :: _' 229 Woodward Ave., ATLANTA, GA. Writ for. circular giving a'srac".n-.
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toil .elu.bl.lnrurm.tJon.
other
Savannah. Oe.PItOVPiRRIAL. I
,
Edward II. Harrlitinu Now Has Wltlilii ills Grasp ANT INTELLIGEIiT MAN CAN 8. J. HUMPH. Adams Hen, ft. q.

I 1- I Ten Great ilallway HyBtcniM! I mbracIiiK .Qnc-Xlilra LAZINESS." :
he then?
Jinks-'la BO lazy
of the Total Railroad Blllcajf c In the United States. Blnks-"L iy! Say. his motto Is SHAFTING, PULLEYS, BELTS INCREASE HIS INCOME SEEDSWE

'never put off till tomorrow what :you
New York City.-The election of securing so many thousand miles of LOMBARD IRON WORKS. AUGUSTA. GA.
. can get! eomebody dee to do for you Why not add $1000.00" to
!B.! II. Harriman to the directorate ot railway---thc common carrier of
the New York Central is an Important America-Ujo advocates of Govern today! "ChlcaKo!: News. 10000.00 to yours\ by attinor

event In the world of flnanct, ment regulation, and even ownership. i : as Local Agent? Write me if SHIP BEST QUALITY FIELD
for It means that Mr. Harrlraan now will find weapons ready forged to Itetl Weak, \\>al'J'Vat 1'J' Eyes I Dropsyii p. you would like to represent AND GARDEN SEEDS DIRECT,TO' ,
Iiits. In bl* grasp more .than cue-third their bands Relieved by M urine Eye Remedy. .
ot the total railway mileage In tho A little more than tweyeara ago Compounded by Experienced:: I'hyaiciani. : The Mutual Life Insurance FARMERS AT LOWEST WHOLESALE -,
Conform; Pure. rood and lAw. \
United when to Drug .effects a permanent car
States and that third. em- open discontent over sttah "rail day; PRICES. ;
bracing at It does inch Important Interlacing way dictatorship" had displayed it Munne Doean'f Smart; Sootliea Ii.yel'ain. I in given jo lo free.60 day HotMnircma.. Tnaltreatment be fairer. Company New York. WE SELL CLOVERS GRASSES 5 ;

trunk lines Implies a do- self. Harriman made a speech at '- .- ......AN! INDEX.!; Write Or. H. H.Graan'i Sons.SpaclilUU. .
main far.wider than the bare OgurcB Kansas City In which ho repudiatedthe A.' S Boa B Atlanta a* ASSETS OVER BOO.OOO.OOO.OO. SlCED OATS, SEED CORN CANS ".r,'
weren'tyou.
would Indicate. oliurge. lie then declared : -"You -were married In 1903. R. F. SHEDDEN. Manaer.BBilaM SEED, MILLET, COW PEAS. SOJA k. ;.
LeiuU "*a> Mr. Harriman control lo-dav. In "" 110 Impression prevails that I -d>'arT" I LADIES Is.. .f VITA BAN A. .llo..: I Inrll.... 811 4I.,. ATLAKTA. OA.W BEANS PEANUTS SEED POTATOES ,! .
k.
part or wholly ten grant; railway BTBtenu contiol more miles of raljroad than- Yes ; ut how did you know? .... ttm.Bt r.r F.mal. blesses.. Writ. ;
aM>WN MEHCIHOO.. bpla. L>BTaofT auoa CABBAGE POTATO
aggregating 77,000) miles or any other man. That statement Is The dreis-.you have On was 1903 PLANTS ii.,'t
more thap one-third of the total rail- made frequently I deny it.It Is not style."-.Mouston Cost. WARLICK Buy and TOMATO SLIPS> ONION SETS '1
way mileage of the United States Including true?: I do not control one mile of FURSHides GARDEN BEANS. GARDEN PEAS," 'j 4'

the Erie. In whose\ tralr his railroad I do not believe In any one To restore a normal net Tern,.to liver, kidneys Sheet Metal Manufacturing Go., ALL KINDS GARDEN. FIELD AND. t ''.
exploit of last April gave him the man or any one company controllingvast utonmcli and bowel,-IAW: Garfield I and ,.
. ... dominating voice these are the system interests of this kind. Thereare Tea, the mild hoi'b laxative. '- ...... 60 W. Alabama St.. ATLANTA CJA. WoolFeedtera. FLOWER SEEDS LAND PLASTER 'r;
.
j thus controlled: I IIIlteaC fourteen or fifteen thousand persons ,. Hot Air iFurnaces. .TaHew,Beaewaa. Claaeais. AND FERTILIZERS. WRITE US '.

who co-operate in Ute control of 8AJHB THING. '--,... METAL CORNICES. CEILINGS, CoUea 3ealtYDewrt),May Apple, FOR PRICES: AND SAMPLES. : f
.
. Union Pacific . . f;"--n . 6,916 railroads and other corporations In She-"So the fortune-teller told yo WIU Cb*.... .... W. aie dealerelaNaUM
Southern Paclflo ..... .. .. 9,731 which I am Interested." .that you would never marry." Ventilators, .SkyIight j Roofing. la I oJfr-'Owr leJa.ssiupls. STATE. WHAT YOU WANT. ..... 'I".

Illinois Central . ;.., .. .. . 4,378 Tills la, no doubt. one side of ft. He-"Yes...that i., Indirectly." 6 &' LouiniIIo"1.. .rxaanli ikee ,_.%n..,; __ '<:
New, York '.;*ntrtt. .. ... ..12,282'Atchlson Most people will, however. CIp.IS! this Bhe-"Wbat did Ih-;!..yt" ONION SEED r ar aawaaiaa MRaaa*.. fleleeses, I
: . .. ... . .. .. ... 9,350 reasoning with tho logic of the aar. Bask fa LeybnBa. Wills IwHI. weellion.
8t Paul . . .. .*. .. .. .. ::11.87 schoolmen.;, Wall/ Street looks not IIe-"Sheaid' I was born" to corn'mand.iloston' JBJfJ Par Balaeri catilog pac 129. ..Iii sal ohi.....- NASHVILLE[ S CO. .
North western . . ... . ..' 7,623 for metaphysical distinctions. but for Transcript. ". Sabal A Bon;
Baltimore and Ohio. .. . ... 4,402 hard facts and the bard facts are Lame Bark Prescription. Larsen.il> In P'fow..AIIr the world. Big onioa cMalac anftM ?frees ef5t.e_, tn a. Market It. LOUIIVIUB.Kt.- 215 Second Aeue, North. 4fdatvfle.
. Delaware and Hudson . . . !S4r that Harriman fully exercises the control send 16e In.tampi and rccalr*eteaioq sad '
TVnn.
C.eorgtaCentral'. . . .. . . . 1.914 described\ If any shareholder Considerable discussion Is being 1000 kamaU eaen of onions, earrota,oalafy I .
Erie . .. . . .o. .. .. . Z.Ii 71 doubts it, let him try to discuss the caused among the medical fraternityby radlibaa, 1600 saab IMUoa, ratanac. toi ir/
_!: the In alps. 100 parole, 100 tarnmlaftj 100 ...toes. .. TEMPERi
policies of year .a HU'rlmacom the Increased use of whiskey for UM oharmlnc flower twaa,bl all 10,000 ku- S- .
Total .'. . . . . . . . 77.759 I>ony's. annual meeting.It I lame back and rheumatism. It I. an I n..., easily worth $1 of any ......'* mene,.. d sick..Cr.,"cUred Sept,tress end i all C.vI.g.etteri.th l-. ,.
The American people will not view is not always fair to accept\ almost infallible cure when mixed: Or,and ftOo. and wa will Mid one --.. i Vf51LI'LK COCa., 01v*
with equanimity the centralization of telegraphed account of an off-hand of Eartlaat Peep ODar Sirwt Corn i "Tf'I on th* blood sad.*ipeli p.,
with certain other ingredient and
iuc.h: vast power In one person; declare conversation! with reporters but .the taken properly. The Is the satin COED: CO.. Sal A.C., U CiMi.WIs. | rvmoay our.coarse.ever known.too sad for)1 Mar.i a bo53..
the .New York Evening Post comment ascribed to Harrlman In- following 7l I bsrnee.dsal.r.,or seas.*p.ee
They lar. and say rightly, that It Richmond dispatches regarding his formula: j }VI I' Local how agents lo poultfoe.4l.rCMU Wftate4, I*>,rmtmk Omr
weakens, a&4 occasionally even destroys election to New York Central's board. "To one ounce of Torla compound THE EXPLANATION. JLIr < pe-twelve rrerm.POHN .. ,
,,representative Itover ment. Itt was "nt any rate accepted on Wall and'one ounce syrup Sareapsrllla compound "Peahs to me. Br'.r Simpson yo' MEDICAL. **., CbeMUta W J .Uctelleltcllt.1. Oo.hn. |p*tf., 0.Igf.Arl .*. ,,

not the voter.; It It huge corporations Street as stating the position: add one-half pint of good Whis am doln' a iKrw'ful lot ob ]joobtla n'
that more than '(nce have declared "So far as the New York CentralIs key. Take \ablespoonful doses ovab one po'. measly coon." <7i.g.1

what the lawi shall be end concerned, I can say this; I was before each meal and before retiring ."Taint only dat. Kr'er Johnslngr 7L .. _
elected to the board of director; I '
who shall execute them. Ah done got a -todaysJob to' nex'

t This 1* wh-y it Is Inevitable that the am going,to. serve in that capacity, It la surely worth trying by any week." ,_..... XtI
and hi and look after my Interest. The U now
unbridled creed of Harriman one who may be afflicted. "Dat erplatnlfle hit." ,. auccctsfuJIy raised |
kind 1* sure to be made the excuse for VanderrbllU! and anybody else can most section of the country and .
11 renewed agitation against corpora- look after,thelrl." 1 It Is not always the farmer with 'Sho! Now Ah kin toW up de heavy yields are obtained by ,
Harrlman' Interest Job."-:Tndge.: the tueof .
tions. W have Just passed through As between the largest acreage who makes the -
a panic, and from one end of-the and the Vanderblltn Interests recent most money. ONE KIDNEY GONE,
country to the other Onancltrg have history of the New York Central give. I -T POTASH ,
been Imploring "Let us alone!''Well. a fair notion of which will be looked CHILD HAD SIXTY BOILS -
Bat Cared After Doctors Said ThereWas
If letting; alone result in one man;* after best. i, Potash give vigor to the plant and insure a

And Suffered Annually With a Red No Hope. ftSylvanns f .. deep routed, well set stand that produce large.' .
PROBABLY Bcald-Uke Humor en Her Ilrad- 71e1 la. All who have used Potash .
EARTHQUAKE FUND $35,000,000. O. Verrlll. Milford, Me.. ,' < *My I
Troubles Cored Cntlcura.
by say: "Five years ago a bad injuparalysed
I "When my Jitt Vivian.wa about six nd 4' 'Po1asbLProf1t
But of This' Amount 915.00O.OOO) Which Italy Appropriated Has Not Been months old her bead broke out in boils. me (
... Need She had about sixty In aU and I ueed Cuti- affected m /kid- q No fcrtniM I fa complete 'far 'J 11
Touched-Looklpg to the Future Widows and Orphan to Help Haifa without at less- 10 percent ,
Yesrg--.Governmeht'a the Cause of Much Criticism. curl Soap and Cuticura Ointment which neys My back : of Pota fc or IO ....Ulld. et .
a tor Policy cured her entirely. Sometime later a hurt m* terribly actual Potaih per. 10* (.Kmnde olkrHliinr.

Rome Italy.-Nobody. not even. t even If International charity proves'to humor broke etrt behind her ears and r and tHe urine was ;. ferffllrer. II from TO* cannot your dealer rt aacba TOO I Ii4'rL .

-r the Cabinet MlnUten can say yet be (20,000.000) In addition to the spread op on to her head until It wa near- _ bajKy disordered I '. ).t ebould ,cia orca the low trade -
what la approximately: the present Italian contributions. the appropriatiOns ly half covered. The humor looked like a _ oct on said my I S goods with 2....un4. of. Mutate el

amount of the earthquake fund. because -. would not.be a fiftieth of whatIs scald, very red with a sticky, clear fluid right kidney was cent Pot ,ol htethetiundredfor..cbp.g Fotaib needod.xrrKr"vt"r . 'I
It Is la various band. Some of necessary. The Americans Were coming from.It. This. occurred every .
the mpnet.was lent. 'personalty to the more practical than the other nations tiring. I alwayi'eegd Cuticura Soap and ,,. practically: dead. _ _ ."4_..4 W ttel..ia..s... ?s4.I-::::.<*e.*. endlngtheir own relief pary to distribute Ointment which never-fciled.. heal it tip. They said 1 could
King and Queen. Nearly $800.000 :
Genies W. 22t Caadlcr
Jail Bid .
r AttaaU
ii.an
The but time it broh* ut U bu.Mod walk again. _ I
and never
was sent to the Pope. Some carue to the money supplies by .5 _ IIIII- .....lt. ClICIM V - ..
the Foreign Minister -Minister of.Ithe. ., the Initiative and organizing; powerof that I was discouraged. But I continued I rca "f Doan's Kidney Pill and be- : .
c.-.
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__ Interior; the different embassies Ambassador QrUcomwho.throughViceConsul ) the-use of Cuttcnra Soap- Ointment and ean/us' and legations, the national committee Cutting chartered the Reeolvent until she was well and ha never .s nger and freer from pain. I kept J JI
presided Over by the Duke of Aosta I. steamer Bayern. and the American been troubled in the last two year. Mrs. n using them and 'In three monthswas
the Red Cross and the local relief.Certainly committee. which has spent In this M. A, Schwerin 874 Spring Well Are./, I,
Detroit. Mich., Feb. 24, 1908." able to get out on crutches and ,
while Edmund Billings /

all this means an Immense way $200,000
sum. In addition to the Italian the Massachusetts State agent.Is Potter Drug & Chem. Corp., Sole PfOp*. the kidneys were acting better. I improved :
contributions and appropriations by still on the ground distributing of Cuticura Komediee. Boeton, Maaar rapidly,discarded the crutches ;

the Italian Parliament The last exceeding 65000. Thought It an Interview. and to'the.rwbnder: of my friends was W. ...... ......--.1__....... ........c.w.-........-I .......
baa purposely Naturally complaints are plenty soon completely cured." ...... .. ................... ... e-P'Onioe' c.u.id'T ......... 2
$16,000,000 "Do you take this woman to be your .........
been left undistributed yet. since besides people not understanding the motivesof lawful wedded wife?" Bold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. "'
Is the authorities who now that the S N. Y. WI .he... reedy top.h..s Bees P'-' s.d C.U.q." plea, IseFi
Immediate relief It necessaryto Fostcr-Mllburn Co.
be thousands not first borror Is over. aro obliged to "No sir; there's 'no truth "In the Buffalo. Jo'IV.' ...........0---ties Ty.s W-l.--.'sod. 3..Ji... n.e, .
prepared to especially In regard rumor-that Is to say, 1 do."-Pitta- ORIGINAL PICTURE SHOW. A.ee.the.bt 'hio"nt wIo.blo vi.uee so.U eep.ne.cmJ Indt"i.noee._ no.pe. .
of the future. '
'only for to'come.s weeks and -months- -- but for think to the ',orphans Tridows aud burg Poat. _, Aladdin bad just leeared! the wonderful -_ee the apa _ask wif sd. n9 PMaid,........Iajato.P ,,

years >- .-.. u.otm .. 4.000 .. .2S pwst-sad.1000so9.OOIssI.OG
furt'ier' Immediate relief lamp. .
of the aged .leaving Didn't Need It. .p
reorge; Page treasurer: .
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&-M. 10.000.id.... s 10_per-cI.' s.-w pobo.'r
!American committee here. ; say Mat to the local committees. "You ought to go in for palmistry," After a careful Inspection' he IbtgaD'to -S ...... w.hr.--' Jew .p.Ss5. sa-we pie5I. Iie.do. ,"

rorui of Ohserved declared the Intelectual damsel."Vbata . rub It. 001.- pl-.. w.I. I.e reedy ia ,........,.. Yone.don wI.Is.._ppi eeJ
France to Ta* Foreigners on hare. Insanity "Heresaid he "Is where I givea ...-1_ ...".. ia.....--.bIo pIoaio_..a trio!__,_ _.
I \ the
Seven Times the Kent They !117. Jn a Mlchlgander.Kajanmzoo. use? demanded the magic-lantern eihlbttlon."-Chicago __ ......-. A.u.- ..,..... .. "
1. PaHs France. Tho Chamber of Mich.-- JournaL
. .
. Deputies debated the question of vail was admitted as a patient at the held easily enough." Washington' .usIu- r

levying an Income tax on foreigners State" Insane Asylum suffering froma Herald. ... (At.7'09)

reetdent" In France The bill proposed ,rare form of insanity. When the -w .
stiould man Is spoken to his body becomes "wF "
that their taxable Income *& & ; w
be considered as ten time's the rental rigid|!' and relief geem to come only '
value ot their residence with the feeling that he Is entirely ,

:M. Blegfrled proposed thAt It should unnoticed.In irn'TI nniT .
. "ber considered. .At five tlrflei a local court room he stood anhOurVlth
'lf;> CaUlanx.-tUlnlftler; 'offinance, one'arm outstretched. nev-- C i*
. aldxthe' Government' would accept er-utUrlng ay:wordof-znov.lng5&-flJ3C'-

seven time as ,'tire tM, and /un ere Food is administered to him at .

',3r&C.. ";ad r JI t.. ... .-J...p. -"""' ''1t''I'.".' .. ,regular intervals tf7 force. . -, .: ..!0u4o..pf. trio** "ugly,. crusty' _, sjray- "*.-_. ,..*.Us." "..tA ORKOLK- MAIM. MB$TOtN.ro.., T* \ .,i'*1.40. r't'J.' I .
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Y NOTICE '"OF' INCORPORATIQN* AN ORDINANCE Br.: R. GoldsteinOPTIO jt M. wiLi-srJ, JR., '1r 1[, : THE / :'.

An Ordluance regulating the ln.p otlou\ and
NOTARY PUBLIC., t
eondlltim of clowi and vrivltt rwinlrtaij. V .-
1 + )letJreJx.( hereby gtveu that we.-he''b."tu.< .4 Uie Will of buckets' nuiT Ocflulux their. slag aqdr' SPECIALIST { STATE AT LAROK. '{ 1 UjHTED STBTES PLTH D 16IDEKT
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ds" SlgnaiC: .-tll..ft \.belrd liny ni Marah, *. I); HKW, t . ,
l-pty Ui l"li llunorab e Allx-ft W. HlliihrlaCOoveruor on g'vr'i ..rvloc* lu rooueotloo tbciwirlth, w-. .

r ..( the HtaHe of Florida" fur,, LettersTabl he HOtvl.'ln .(l by the Ckmticll o< the Tows KIS8IM.MKF' : Ifl.RII{ 1a ..
U ,liuduwt In I , .... .r1. ; ---. '
aulUorixIni tiif( erry on of KlminiinnftCliy: _' ; INSURANCE
a, the Meteof Florida' ..' 'a ci>rpi>rallon'uodc Sn'II11n M'hrneTerVTu. ; the>, llll..eu\tjf the ..... ; ,\ .,. ;. COMBAN.YirsJAW. "" '. i-. !

4 b ..d blr virtue of the Lawn <
*,and under and by the name of The Athlon I..rl"I'olV of the publlo health -- ' .. ..

Turpentine) Company, The proposed Charte ,that bucket ai 4 dlaliifertanti. be '...od In any -r-- .. ,Ptoat"WoOd'S( SeedS.h'of SAG 'M'I --'

,of'said Coniontto'n! Ix>luu la...yortii.iml", fif'' "* i prt Vila CI""W-"I ubalt. Immedlalely, noitfy. ( .. "" ..-4 ; ,......: _____ _ ---I- __ ------L. l CH- -' l CLAN___ .
yl Ifollowstewlt!: the owner tenant or oooupant of said privy to OF TAMPA : The .: : ; .:

} .JiA.CRANFOKD furnish tbe lame with such. ...1>u 'uIa anddlilnfectanto - ,

I 1 CA.CARUOt. ee'iuay be neoeiiaty, laid.buckets" to Will be in Kissimmee from MONDAY, Garden 6 Farm. 1 . awl Wr .'.V.,)

a / A J.'A;' IIMCKW'EU, be made ,of a.iym/aett Iron dr utlieV suitable MARCH 1. TO SATU.RDA.Y. MARCH 6, a.t The beat Heal lkh and Accident Insurance Policies\ fop'- the *rtoh and poor"'

.THOMAS'" W1L90K./ unitary uaUirlaU and to Ixi of lice following/ Thl in buslnew with ale; those i ) O1.D W: 3, HEALTH A.ND ACCIDENT IN8UBANCJttX -*
.
.c ,
aI-r--, -.=.- dlmanxtoua. Eleven: laobca iu. liolnht,.andof i .. .' THEINN"I I -a etftudily years iacreannff trade erery7eaisanUl ; ) >,,...pocordiog.to, .the opinion of .the finest legal and banlc:talent ot_
;
uniform luirfde dtam('l.r of twolvu inches; and j -we hare today oneJot tie| .ountry. Th, indemnities arelara-er. the principal sum larger and the .

' Ald1I.KK.OF OUVPORa.TtON.: In ease of allure .to comply with laid iioUoo I<.yell examlned-and, glasses: sclerulHcallyjBiJjn the largest buaineMee-Meda promptness with! 'which thin Company' p' Trt it-I. claims commends U u> all

FiraU Tim Dame) of thin. corporation Shall bit within fortrtlght hour, laid owner tenant roccupant tpd._ Don't, !netleoc YOIII'.1 la this eov.Dtry-i. the beet of cluIPs., ,
IM subject to of not motetheda2h. Our INDUSTRIAL HEALTH AND ACCIDENT POLICIES partlou-.
c Till Aai'iTOK Trnpnvnsr Cor*"' y and Its .hall flue children's erfdeaoo M tolite are
principal pl.... iif biulneea ,b.B 'be In the City. : i. or U Imprleouatent for tint more than eyes. l,rly attractive toHhe man who doe m.ouallabar. The premiums are .mall

rf of Klmlnnm, County of Ascents,' Bute or ten days, or both such duo and hnprl.onlDffuL All eye! 6roubleef oeryounes nd I Superior Quality and payable monthly ,'1'he indemnities. are ID prdportion to the premiums

f Florid. Hwi, !. II "h,11 he the duly of Poe ('''''DC'1I "tokutv hvadaclion relieved.Consultation : . paid, ranging in weekly I orv oothlj: Inatallmenti from $25 to 'TO per roonth.
a HiifTlulaol number and, ainouut, of HaitiImeketn of Wood's Seeds. _
.I'' SiMoud. The leneraieatureof tho bimlnnnito cfoo .
dlHlnfvctaoU handto invplyi. and examin free l '

.I. 4t\: -titaiof bo tranaBrted'owialaifeontroUng by eatd corporation and leaking haH ol U.be u. the need an
; aclnafonitprlo j "
piirohatw Haino'ar ,
burlatd.intbBt.teol florid. and! work In" bu pennluod l/t Grass and Clover. Seed.. ., .
'j. .
and II Hliall be Uio duty of the Marahaltptj - '--
'i and Dpnrallug timber oo laid land her[ tu rpon Seed Potatoes. Seed Oath
3. e vliar' u of laid buckets and
tine diwdlng purpoiai Umber, and lumber,the manufacturing'-&.'" all_ kind and obullfflug to I'ollo..t.lho prloo of name no, furulnhod J JsEviuiIE HORPEH j Cow Peas.Soja Beans and WHITE MK FOR PARTICULARS: '.

vegetable and and to aonoil nt therefor to the Coil null, .
J' tantarlal. wooden w ern
all
Farm. Seeds. .
Met .'(. It shall he the dull ot the bcnvfiiKcr 1 ,
t: orange crates. end orate, material!. and the 01>- Fanitsry'Iommitter' '"" H. B. LEAKE :
under Ibo direction of Ibo :
ti e erallggofgwmllleandlheowuingchartettngandop.rattngofs4esm buckets, nand OSTEOPATH !I. Wood DeaorlpUv Catalog -,
to auddlcinletlall privy'
empty _
t, and nail vesseulugq; the mod useful and valuable of .
In the Town ail tilU-n an'faiay %M> nenfi ...ry, sadevery "
I llghtrrt and wtoon In thetrceapnrationof( Garden and Farm Med Catalog : MANAGER
owner tenant, ..r oitrupant\ "f any bmkwtprivy fraduatc of the S. S. 0.; and 1 STATE .
timber ao ( lumber cud of every kind obultdlac ma.iled'free oa reqaeat. i __ _. _._ '"
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beavenger's; .. rvlc-o yHKUI '
t-t. shill pay for the "

twee riomMKo..u"'rlll1ln"lulllllll lOON and foreign merohandhw countries bor. -: ol lw..nty-flvc\ gents pnc month,, lnrx hoh Still College'of Osteopathy. .: T. W. WORD ft .SONS, i iI O. Box 397.rOrlando, Fla.
him not -t
handled v
bucket by t"'r
; and tbe bu tiding lud operation of tram- .. d.i; S.edsmen Mlohmond v.. .
ouch tu or occu Specialist in diseases of Women I .
.ud mar. a week and any owner xl |I Ii _' ',= ,, ,, = -
cooductlag gwneral '
carrying on a -- - --- 'r.or
1 caullla business, openatin g coinmlMNarlatArJUr. pant falllnn to pa> for ouch i-yylfB upon 1c- i and Chtldr 'onsultullun and *examlnatlon |I i e',:
mend, hall\ benbject to a IM lag labor bud the leaning of HUle. and couniyoonvletfi j I arvvSFxPnYr a rt.rr4" 'SF'pa tgraw IQnyr'y.r sl r. 'Or' slk
to Mondays and Thai-Java. J Old can be purchased at this
land theacquiring.. deallne In. ownIng thou twealy-flve iloIlHrlyW h"IrIHo"uH.aIJf"r papers
not lots than ten d\\pfi. or by both au 1i noeau 1 Hotel iCls'sTrmnee 1 offif'e-ru n- 20o pervloandthereI.nofh I "'' '
Office, Orayglone ,
"r '
and leaning netting nod cub loaning PHONE N O'( 8.
lmprisanmimt; : I better l utnler
: beueceimarv
such property real and pvrHonal. a. may
t4.'C.I: : 'I'liu tiijrfuttgft shall make |. UI >
useful or i-onvenlenlfor renting na .- .
----- --- - -- -
Ih" Marnhal lof'ill lockets: no nan<1l"d: by' :
anif oonductlnif 1W IxiHlnonn ; nml. nli..ll b."ff Ibe I hllO'j iNORCSS'W.
r and U .li.J>1 o the dttty of the Marahal. r
r' right to'buy, own end wit sharew of ri"flLnetonk I I I.l .uonlh rotlucllons> 01 All) buok laiitl . .. ilea elk rdt.lk a/kfk M t.ta afk>fbm its a1ka.>R aBuk sik afk efts acs elk /a .1a Griffin
01 \ 1 Ui borrow
I olbcr oorpara.ilouii. I .
.+ .. xul Ies lu like mataneriB c'ul1e'l\oll.1nr elw ,
; ew* '"ienl mon.III theWMnselllon of
c lights. ere. made Hurt to rn>"rl cenie to the HOLIDAY
ltd b..ln.nd, U tmnNM't nU otlier UufuImNlaviiM .l.
V iuucll once a month.H _
ogpedlenl.mi< ""n..fl..talll1 aiiy or
ftc.4. For the puruofic. of eufrovlnlonii : 'Fancy Family Groceries
of the forpfffninir bunlnHwwtN of the until rorj r. :
4 thin -- ol thin Onllnali the Mnnlial IN h..r"It" ,
.
"nii> "erect to cuter,, upon| or lulu.. auy muinteU .j
.
.Third 1hnrailUI| 1 i during lime day lluiu. for tilt .
Inilldllitl. pur-
or !
.hall he t'o.nw.m< to 1>cillvili>d 1 InMS tiro hunrtred '
e shares .1 the par value tllslrlc nnrhi |IcnP or la vest luau ug time an nllar.T( ruudlllqn of 1.1.GROCERIES : ) .

', 1'hrtH hundred.. and Rlcaf "I)' r' I shame of Pat1 ally earth titI HICT' ..I.. e.. or oilier form of >L IVluiery l livery: Pay Rt any Hour Patronage HoJ.icll..U. 11"A -

.. .. privy, or any ,'e..I.| and any i lersuu reMlnt- .
.
dhnll Xl 1 | | fill
lUU l ITI
tort) of0pit <1I..I<
> > up lug aiirh nil tllvoHlfKatlon hell 1 he ,...nIHllffJ, by 1k Jk 'sk Ilk, .!k A 41, A ,fl. 11. aft. ana aea .Ik sea A Area AAA sfftaOtlr
w by the conveyance tnjme CtrrporMliUi of all) .I >
H lint of nol mare thou twenty tl\v. dollars or .
of hind
the property| cvwrj mill rlmriu-ler nou
l hy liii|>rlu<>utn<*iil for uot mnre) itiir' ten days, H -. . .
-- -
C -- -- --
owned by .f A. i'niiifonl C. A. ( aronn..1.\ Also Everything Necessary for -------t
I ; BaekwvU.I, 'hnnmtt U'tNnn. ro partners>, (1nK .. ni fry lnth' ugh flue and linjiriooiiiiiuiit = jf jfJ
au All onlin"u<'eh or 1'arlH Ilicruof In
; l buslfiHfVftiiitler thenrni name of m 4 kn'It.

Cann Pmixsop| of "..hi"( ... O..I.em"'I.' c onlllcl ht n'n nil he, and the IIHIIK are biTfbyrt' making "Fruit Cake.' SUNNY SOUTH STABLES
J J
|>i } 1'1. a; tbd! .nami* to Inpliid all l Inmlw 1 net cud I.i
C all least S l'a.'I'1< ""H.I.-II BcHslon this Jutl dn) ("f Ffbru
slid (Si-imrtnonvrilp and of IInlirlvl1l11 '
A Uliar\ T.V.. hlJ.IM.Prviiletit < ,
ary. -
any and all I Ianda, cud nil |pcrsounlc

*> property, mllU. mwhlncry,, tonic.. 'leant. \live of Council Toun of

took, niprrhandlHO,, nctnonnU nud i>r.>i.prty of AtlcM, KioHiiuni City & C.o: L. H. 1NGJ?AM. Proprietor.Livery .
r . ) K (;11IlRRT'lerk.: R.S. Floyd : ] .
every klud "rhnntcliT noN ouncti" i.y >nIAo
: Approval'>l'i."'I. day lif Pt-bruary ;.,. n. r
.p.utn..r..hlt, whPrpvpr rile 'a" nip near !br pit IK/.I:! T.M MI'hfHY; ,
x nt .>r 1 fotiMl; tho vnluo of dud! i>r >Lo 4 be conveyed tn line Crlcrsumn, .. by Hnld PO. Mayor ol Said ')''''.n. fir-WU-afr'rYr.Irvgnu--yrgrxyrrVr.yng'naF.Vn'w.' - 'uv' 'W r
..
Sale arid
ii petinonhlp, aui hervlubefrrp d<*....I1..d nnd H<>I - BoardingWell
a -- ---- --- --- -- -- -- - -
forth being( HIP unin of Hfr.lKK; ).on. and. l the In N .Jll-Rl,idcnl Notice.

I o oorporalorMOf CorH>ratlon hi>rul v flxonld
11""lt ,t'ne ml'nutuntb JuJli-btl (iri'iiit olIhrO'tinlV --- -- -- --
r y cum ITfl.OOOXIO im a just vnlnnll'tn for oald ,
ol' Ual'/-Obawlld Fate of Florida
property. .98 Fine Leather Seat t'quil'.1| | l whit ;New; Stock uml,I A'chiolen) und -prepared -
I4i l;hanrery.Anna
Fonrtb. The "bnlnope the rnpitrtl wtiM-k ..I! $J meet i
Itefkit I to ulj .(-loinands with |>rfoL-l satisfacllon.
land corporation miry be nold J .r per HIK! nil piiy 1M !! Hill! for l>lvorr>-

\. meatot.herelor.hanlrul money t, llcrrl'in Hue hIt I 1 Room Chair
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7
f of tAeUnlted SUU. of Anieru nixl, the rapt hnvlntf Itoeu mado .Ui upiK'nr! by allldiivtf Dining

tal nlAtik of till rorpournn.IcnJhuts' bpInoreaned the CoiuiilaiuHitt that the r..I..7.. f Ills

i stt t
Lswn.. of th.HtMof Floridn.Fifth. unknown and thnt there IK H4' |Hrw.n In tb The I Is possible I only because
French
box Irame construction. Ices. prtce
Thla nhnll\ > Hvrv'lou made that
Corporation exintforn "p( Slats upon whom ciouhlw manufaclurlngJacilitlcv lor chain exclusively' turning
immense
of our -- PHONE 102
I rind of fifty (SO)"ea,. from the date of the 1*. would blvd the aid Defeudaul and that the out chairs ol all kinds in "" that we can eat seat tadeader >. '

., suing of lu charter.Sixth. ....hll'a"'n""tl.rtb'"Jr. uf 21 11e..*. Ilh' ** profit' and lull direct lo you .1 vholeale. ;f;

The btulncM of this Corporation therefore ordered that Iho axed pofuudaut, thecud Vou run no ch.nce.lor we give rout money back if every chair Is not _:=.
You Hi last ome dollar (.i IKreenand
awe
: I hall be oond.1Jn't.orl bye' a''' >l>lent. Secretaryand Horrleu Btft'ka! be, and ha in hereby required exactly;set si better we represent.latislaction. Chairs fur duuiu-room. parlor, bed-room

Treaxorar aid a Hoard of oiir'4). ) Dlreetorn, to a-ppcar to the anld mil of Complaint porch, kilchen-'lawn clones ouecea-and every other use, from,tJie

who ahaU be elected nnnallyxou the lecondMondny on Monday, the hi daT of March A. D. ItHiHothurwtiie'4li8allugaUuu \ K ; moll vlvgant to the plaln .t. All Hinds of wood200: different styles. THE GRIIYSTONE, GRUDGE H .S

1 s to In January' of eat'hjrnar' by'iho utonlo .. of mild billaliHU be 0"1'..'...'_ IV W \tclln"yet I all for, onr alionl' large Uixm llln unit" lrat Ifl..l.d<..calaloime Hie M :.e.",list, .-101 wv..l yu rlirlntmaa,,'HMI money Hat that vmev HPANTHONY JlI DCNIiE G .S4 OPS

({ bolder othe Cor|>>oii>Uriii{ ;r;Tim :frit lowing tgkonam rauOiKtuI by Maid .defancUut.' ft li ry vuall you "bay. ftea4 (..111.....' ._... IL'ycurl fi<>e on req_ .. .. ' ,,. I

y#J'- named officer halt! conduct the 1ia luim of further ordPrud< that';.thii- rear 1.0.llblbbl.. ... iLOR''" CHAIR FACTORY Bridge and Monroe a.. Jeekeonvllle, tlau !; ".j ,_,'
rk "' ,the Cwpor Uon until the Ornt annii*) election once a week fur four coujujcWjve veeka in the A. LOLL; Proprietor.FairbanksMorse '

vr until their 'nopennoQi areelwtod: I'reiildrtit, lmlinmeeVnlle.r Gazette, II' newspaper pubiahud J
1 .
OranfortiJ'fleoretarr end Trenanrcr. C A. In anlrt"' I'onnff i>f 'Uscuola and state ol ---< AGENT FP'. .

Oro-o.: TheitoantofDlreeturaehallbej.Ae Florida.In .

r'p. .CranMMCACannn, J: A, Rlarkwell and wltuvAH whereof, 1. Arlhii'r F.. l>nii")(ati, Cash Store Gas

\ Thorn Wilson.Btirentb. Clerk of lli.- Circuit (ourthave hereunto let Bargains at Engines

''f" ThO! highest amount of indebted my hand and the seal of ilt.. said Court this and

y '.-' or lll>llity to wlitnh the Cor|>urnliou i *uat 8th. day of January, A. 1> IIWU.AKTIIUK .Irrigating Outfits.

t any time .subject*elt nhall nolrunod fifty K. DON KUAN.Meal .'

4 i ., ",ou04 cI 011.,.. ( ) Clerk of Circuit Court: (>.M-eoa! White Lawn 40 in. wide, 15c per yard. t

,' Eighth. Tb uamei and |ilapes or retldetire W. J. UKAHX, County, Klorlda.Jonplatnant'ii .' Lace from 5c to 15c per vard. AUTOMOBILES RENTED OFT
t of the mbecrtblDg Inoorporator and the ( Solicitor REPAIREDARTESIAD' :
.50th $5.00 pair.
Dress Pants. $1 per
Araonnl of atook, subscribed by ouch are u fol.vAowu ). -- -- .
Notice to Creditors.All Pair Stripe Pants at $1.OO. '

J.i' Ccauifurd .JavkionvlUu.. Florida. ao Trunks and-Suit Cases at lowest prices. WELLS DRIVEN ANY DEPTH .
purM ha'IIII'I.hn. against( the estate
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rh.rea. from -25c to $3.50 each. ,
Frames. .
Picture
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of C. H. Fountain deceased late of the cuanly -- -
C. A.Canon, Klielmmee. Florida. fro abarea.
of OeoeoU and buts of Florida will present the Crockery at the lowest prices. .
JJA.Msokw.tlAehtooFlorid." 120 aba re*. ante to me properly att....ted. within the time Fancy Straw Hats at cost. I
Thomas Wltaon, Bumter. !Honth Carollaa,120
ireixirlbed liy law, or the name will l>e' foreverlarred each. We all Kinds
made for $1.00 Solicit
a f v ;I iah- and all persons Indebted to. laid estate Best Shirts Repair Work T
'::Mn wltnean whereof the partlni hereto have Tinware at old price. '
any .
will make Iraraedtate settlement with the uu ,. '
hereunto net their handi and ...a'a..n thin the Hat. jJ),
rilgned.. N. C. BRYAN, The only place you can get the ..Bea.verBrand
,(22nd day of January. A.. D. low. __
I' ( t Administrator of the Estate of

lit }' r AjCKAKFORD fSeal) .-> C. H. Fountain. Pernaaed.Febrnarr for the Best t Shoes in Town. .

), '' C, Al CARSON! (Seal) let" a 09. Headquarters BUDDED TREES !
_ J. BLACKWKLI [Seal) t
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{ : THOMAS WILSON I Seal] Notice for Publication. -- ' . - - - -- .

;i State of Florida." I Department of the Interior
t County ot Oeoeola.i Florida > Islesworth
U. M. Land OflRee at Gainesville ,} Nurseries.
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3ttl ; Before tie)ilia undersigned authority ifvraonj / February e. l-.HW.) ;

1 j ally l appeased J. A. Cre ord. U. A. Canon J. Notice la hereby given that Andrew J. Whld- i MIL' MAC3M. t/.N i_Tj M A.O l-l. (

4 A. Blaokwell. and Thomaa WlUon to. m.. well dam. of Oeeeola County Florida. whoori January CHAS'E lit CO.. PPOPRJETORS .1. W. HOAKD,'\OENT
y r :' known o b.the peraoni detnrlbed la and who :21. lam ........ Homeataad Entry!: No. It )UI. (Se- .

Is' t \ .ilftUd. aeaHU and executed the foregoing Art rial. No. Unoi). for E4 of H.'4 Section ll andES MACrTBFtOSI We will have ready for next Fall- nd Winter planting! a general "

) k'' tides of Incorporation, and who severely. ao- of NIE'.. Section 1*. Town.hlp M assortment. df Oracee and Grapefruit Trees of all leading rarle- ""

:a t4 ; J liD wledaed their signatures and the eieoutlon South. Rant SI Kut. TalUhaeeee Meridian, ties. Our trees are budded on (rood! healthy rough Lemon and

of the foreg.olng Artlolea of Incorporation to be has fil.d notice of intention to mak. Anal five SVuCOfanir? r9tBiruaraoteed free from Insects pegts of aoy kind. ._. r

4 their free set and deed for the UMC and ''''I'. year proof eatabllah claim to thai land above I Livery Feed' and Sale Stable. | All budded from bearing trees In our groves and therefore true to

'' pu1g5thereinmealonedandexprelccedd described Ixfore the Clerk of the Clroutt 'Court name. Our facilities for il'rowlnanuraery stb\J1 V.1'e. second to .
.
r b- In ..ltD.... whereof C have hereunto let myj"hao at Ktealminen. Florida on the INth day of March i none and our trees are as fine as money and twenty year' exper .
_ adtxed 09.CUbnant. 2 WOOD--DRAYINQ lence can produce. We are making a specialty this of
)m ', and my offlolal aeal,Klanlmmeo' I season the
7..c. ,l ''Oaoeot".Oo..otJl.lltate of Florida on this the namee aa wltneaaee: > famous California Valencia Late which is destined to become the -

iv f +.=a addayof1a.nnary. A. D. lit\) . U. A. Lftrataey. 0I11art w. Florida: a Everything! Jfo "-- and FirstClass.Wo will greatest money-maker in Florida. Our Valencia 'bud come ,dl- '

'' |ISeall| ROMA THOMAS .'Jul.... Montadoea. of Whittier Florlrf.. : Render Prompt and Satisfactory Ser- gf, rect from the best bearing tree.. in the district now fatnousfor producing .
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the beat Valencia In California. -
/ David Thomas of Arbuckle. FlorUa
:
{, Notary Public.Bta.t< of Florida,
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+ \ >t Large.My A. B. Godwin of Arbu"" '". Florida vice Day or NI ht. All Kinds! _
Write for Prices to J. W. HOARD. Ootha Fla. o'raM
,. and Nur
HEKBY S. CHUBB. BerUter. see our
R Oomtniailou expire! Februaryifi.: loll A Heavy J Ianlin! ;: series at Waco on Florida Midland R. R.

. Notice f ol Guardian
l Application -
It' BSAMAN'S OLD f AND. PHONE 113.
+
Petition to Sell Real Estate. AT : ,
'.X' ; to Sell Real Estc1lt" "'..... ,...... ,...... ,...... ,...... ,...... ,...... ,...... ,...... r
Notice It bereby given that the uodel'll"n.d.
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Notice la hereby given that I tvlll'apply to DANN'S WAGON WORKSHIGH
i'/ r
+;:Aruold& Baas, ai Guardian of the eata'.en of UI .
the CouIII.lu""a of Oioeola County state of - - ---
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} j.' ". Bias, Tel Bait, Tempee Ram, turtles Baas ,
n $ Florida, on the 1 Iftth day of Kebrnary. A I). VU',
.- i<, and Anry Ban, minor will apply to the
for order to sell at eate all of the
an private
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Y.
t'4 :Oonnty Judge of Oeeitola County ran of Flor-.
rlgbJU\ title and iutervat of I.liiie ;irsuq,n 101.Dor. Machinery Co. _ GRADE VEHICLES MADE TO ORDER
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bra probate;al loft office lithe Cnurt'TTonae'i'la Malsby _.A-
t i ."Hb. following described. real l aayste'altuate .
,
ICtMltamee laid County on -Wnnday, the AT
lying and being In the County of Oaoeola REASONABLE PRICES.
}ft A. D. 1MQ. at 10
22ad day of rebmary o'clock
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and Htate of Florida deMirlbod aa foliovm,
Wig In.the forenoon, for an order to Mil at private wit: 22 OCEAN ST. . . . . JACKSONVILLE, FL4. .
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+, ) I .the agVrdgUo 10. at.AVt e.stdmtnora -!.
D.gluuag2.. ft weal of northeast of Angfes
j -r sF.J'It tp1lowadNlalidlrlg dHOrt1led real...nets. iltoatedTnfe north K of lot 7. sec, I'l, T. 4 a, R. Ale/aod qonr/ raathence Portable and Stationary : - .
tt -. ( ..a',. -: ,- northweit ... Saw Mills Wood-working Machln--
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; weal 721 n.&J.II.{& oiiih mw f ft, theses J.
..Des'tl b/.t;tJ Of a""UOD f err, Shingle MIlII. Lath Mill, and BlacksmithitiK Horseshoeing and
} . 2. ;;/, j\\;. 'sifltArl r pt tyrIi east :Mi ft, thence n *>!* rI.a.. ,1h4 ft, these a . Repair Work ofrj;
't'' "' Towiehlp TbTrtr > gouihT I general line of supolies. Complete ;
10))
Ula (
rw.otyo.lt .1 .
81 ale e 41 ft thence ir,rlh gee h to.........,. '
s ," r.. Ranee THIrty-three (M) East I I"U tlIngiddanl: Co'A. OAJUIOK.aoQ :"i''it-A 1 7. '. line carried ID stock for Immediate All Kinds Done by First-class Workmen. ,
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'/' ..&. srof eMok of said imraon bi q! ."andl- o.ardlanofLint.Oanoa, Mum. .... ,:_ : \I ,, shipment. Sold oaeuayterm.. .
.t.3Nvld.i + [ ......lstb I Inter*** of. In aa4'' aim; amid I. '....-:, .,10.0-<. +' ;..-;..''',' ,..Iq.,, : ... --- i

.3, .., .."and l said]application to be made' oM.it For It.**. : 'lv .t-' ; ?' ....J. .rt o;J A-.'r 4 j.4', ,, It will py you to consult us before

1i' ..... w"b.,lha petition tfcla da7tL std I __ t';' ', .! buvloir Postal will briDal our sales
?.:.' ; : .. br ... .';' j' Bedroom and '\' furnished, j -- '-- r--y' mao. Wrttefoellluptrated oatalogueaed -

: 4,''''-r Jntf.. A. D. 1-. 1\, t .with or without ttoMro BO\l. b..Jtl..llI1. prloowAsenle J.. J. DANN Proprietorr

. c.tt' "_, -. '.aB"Or.D ,.,. tn.., fronting court hous_ Apply |QMBS. for Cq:6se4d Naaf.... TMnera aiH ffiTT MflK ,
., ' w... . jw.l eas/b.rn raienhar !
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