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 26, 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: VID00374
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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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 following la a complete llst of"tie Standing) Committee of the Board ' l
Of Property Will Resulf' from the Will Hold Its in Future ... .
: of Trade appointed bv,President w'illtfon! to serve, ,until February 1910: Meetings the ,

f, Installation of .i SyStem f in the New Council l Chamber . 'e a'I
-O'A Canon chairman.J BGran HAD ROADS-H O Stanford, chairman, W L .

Water Works. *.Jr. W B Maid........W' t Wlnp. X A..oN'". Wa..,R TButW.L n Ingram. R H Bullock. iirfraternity\ Hall., ,
m.7.r.rrsioaTloN. DBAIMAOB AND Brassy EZ.ON-IIr Hick.
". ': 0 AND COMHUOIAI RELATIONST oh.l......... J W UI..".8 H
, '"\ ". StncB-tb--tleleappe&red4nAB T, T.-'......h..'- T M HMrrhr, A tmnrmfTBANSFOBTATIOM Milton-.>--- '
The first meeting ofthe' Board ofTrade'held
...fI'+ last lasne relative to the necessity of C W'WIn1. R O Canova.NAvtoATTowt CHABITABLB INSTITU nom.J M Ran.all.chair- under the new administration .

) Installing1 complete system of waterworks :Clay: Johnson 8r.chairman Will man. J M Gardner A B Bell, M Phillip X.WWinn. : took last. : :
place on-.Monday night
. In- Klsslmmee, ]lute.elsebasff Knlrfat.. B p Dann. J A,, 1Km_... J R GUberfcKAKUrAOTOU SpringGoods
and while there were not aa
, ,1r Ha'W EH1 ......-A BReed Mut..R1.-o F arkar. O many
been ,, discussed by our citizens, and AND chairman. V Dryaiv members present as .would naturally J:1,
ff almost, without exception they have. chairman. 8 L Lupfer. R L Roberta, 0BuokeJ. EmU Mach. J H Roddltt. II Wllllama. be expected from the size uf the enroll :

approved of the proposition. .. Cha Baa L LEGISLATION f Krlbba.: chairman. J L Moon, still the actual workers .i
ment, those .
This town can not hope to further PlMAMCB AND AUDITING-I H L..,chairman. P A Van A.......;W R 1<> _-. L.A-Minx.HIALTR "
who all'times and under
... at all conditions ,
advance until we put In. operation a M Katc..N C Dnran. H 0 Stanford/W. B Harris.STATISTICS AND SANITATION. M Rlva... chairman stand ready to give their time : .

whereby property 1* protected -J'W Simpson. chairman'F H Law- W W Canton. W Q Emnklna, J Z Robanon. C. and money towards the city's advancement s "

from fire for men will not put money son,D N Fiord WL Winn. H L Patrick. LAIry.STOCK. were on hand when President .
In buildings in a place" that I* whollyat : ENTnTAiNMBNT. J Triplett. chairman. P C !: IMDUCTBY M Whlddan. chairman;;; A Willson opened the session. .
" the mercy of the flames, because the : -H.W Tb..........J C Moon 3 D Jefforda F Baa*, W R'Godwin T O'Barrr B Strmtton. After the usual routine business --

. 1 t exorbitant-Insurance rates which prevail !,. ADVUTWINO-A E Oonwan chairman.. W J EDUCATION J Scan chairman.E E YowalL such as roll call and reading of minutes I';
here prevent then front getting.a Bears. I* A Van Agnew C W Oann. W Prentls.MumarAL W C s.... K P BuU.-. A B Jarr.ll. was .disposed of, the president .,
1 fair'returirtm their investment from I lsraovsscNr.-4J L B ndr. chairman BUILDINGS L Ov.ntr..t. chairman W W asked for the unanimous consent of .

rents. There are some buildings and :, H N Bratton. 0 W Urtffln. 1 McPhstt r. R : BallkH T Stanford, N F Bar J Dann. the members. to'amend. : the constitutionso .I" if
lot of household goods In Klselmmee 9 Floyd. Fnuira AND AOMCUI.TUBB-Law Seaman chat.* ; '
many as to increase the membership of I : .. ARRIVING D ILYS'
uninsured, for the.reason that FISH Apo OAMB-F Vans Agnew chairman JV man A A Loll. L K:.Lind..,. J W Thompaon. J H the standing committee from three to ." ,

the parties owning them can not afford I S Harwell. T W Ellis. J L Bnunan. J W M mar: WoodalLHOW five which waa granted and the constitution I

I to pay the rates, and If they were, was so amended '

destroyed their owner all would be There weje: quite a number of vialtore S -- AT ., --- . -

lost.The II AN ENJOYABLE TRIP TO GROW ROSES present, among whom was Mr. XX

day the contract la let for a water Atkinson Of Pennsylvania, who was __n.. 1S -, --
work plant business will be stimulated lovited-to address the meeting and In S -
and oar town will take its rightful Party of Six Travels to Okeechobeeand .Ten Practical Rules Given for Their complying gave some valuable suggestions

.. 'In the ranks' of progressive stating that the only thing
Florida place cities; men with capital will I Back in a Launch.Of I Cultivation by the V. I. S. I II necessary to make Kissimmee a successful KATZ'Sr

come among us seeking investment" Indulged-In by competitor with I Sanford was .

___ and\; property values will increase.! i our-touo4stlriends that vlslt-K.iss.im-I rwould"be The Village gad Improvement to have some of Society their equal freight: rates and urged. the .

-"; Mr. Jno. M. Lee, than: whom'thereis : mee during the winter months there is suggestions carried into effect, and Board to take .the .matter up without-
representative citizen in delay and not cease In their efforts until "
no more none that is fraught with more genuine feel that the city marshal and the city
more than I we had.carried. it to a successful
Klsslmoiee be having spent .
pleasure than a trip across our scavenger could help largely In making ,
conclusion:
a quarter of a century here, and who 'lakes and through our canals and :I Kissimmee much more attractive. 1i .r
identified with enterprises, in Notice was given that in future the
Is many Lake Okeechobee ,
far down authorities
river the Imposing
as i|lIt city are
of this matter to a meetings would be held In the council .
speaking representative taicen It
of/ the Valley Gazette, said: sad those who have la once repetition !i I I hardships on. the present marshal and chamber in the new Fraternity. Hall, 'i--; .
fall To Indulge a and carry ,
never I scavenger, they can not out
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l'I read the interview In your last : second floor! and tab attention of the
the occasion presents laws hpvr-would It
whenever the ordinance
City ---
issue with Mr.C, _: ._A Carson regarding -, lsell'l I members fs directed to this changeThe
One of the jolfiest parties to go do to appoint ten men to do the work I
works here, ; growing broom
of water subject corn
the Installing
the route this season left here on theSth i: that two have always done in the past?
thai it meets with 'was again discussed 6t. length, many
and I want to say in the launch Linda and
II
instant olnted-to have
Tile committee a
ap> - -- "
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The liue is seeinipg to think it would bu
heartiest. approval. < apd Mrs. J. E. a more
my of Mr.
the
...____ here now for Klssloimee to out In a was Davis composed and Mr. John Carleyof Sharon cleanliness general oversight report a as great.to "Improve city's profitable crop .m this section than almost -| at3ufk,6.atk+ /k> .lkAssAclhlkdltr ?fk.A. lc

complete and up-to-date system of water Pa.. and Miss Jesna Gardner and ment around the several schools, and anything: mat could be planted
works.. We have laid -aside the I Holmes Pra- and Messrs. Ntemeyer, Lawson andlieberls ;
Messrs.. L. E. Minx and. appreciate the Interest the teachers <]
clothes and ways pt a village both In i ther of thi@ city. They were out eleven take were appointed a'committee f Spring Fertilizing.
and .rank to- to thoroughly Investigate the matterand .
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business and population ; the hyacinth -
far down as
days, and went as Below Is a list o4 rules for the growing -
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day with the best Inland towns in Florida blockade, which is within fifteen I O report, with recommendations to
and some not up to our standard ], miles of Lake Okeechobee. Both goIng 1.of Plant roses:about 5 feet the Hoard. at a future meeting De on time. Give your trees a good start. this spring.
have complete water. systems for lire' the camped apart Dr J. W. Simpson, as chatrman of Help then to throw off the erg-laden leaves that will soon infest .
returning party 2. Make soil 'very rich with
and : cow ma
protection and domestic use. the following places: Fort the old entertainment. committeet, sub the whole tree. Give your tree food that it may work for .F
I I nights at nure. mitted of the work of his Cents now make dollars I later OB. Note >
'What is a twenty-thousand-doUar of Kieslmmee river, a report committee you. our three- dl. ,
head I
.
Gardner, 3r Rake in now manure and wood
,
debt to a towQ such -,>' tills\ when we Fort Klsslmmee, Islokpoga creek and ashes In connection with the banquet tinct formulas.
frequently.
, will jet..Jn return. an enterprise that 1 f"hot held two weeks ago, -with a statementof
will stimulate business, Increase property I Bagslntrer 4. Mulch/ in dry-weather and its cost. The report was receivedand + SPECIAL MIXTURE !NO.' I. f
those -I All the game that could be desired weather. tho committee given a rising vote
mocu ;
values and decrease Water PERUVIAN ORA.NOK TREE. GROWER
rates we are forced. I Ito was killed along the route as well as 5. very. little. If any when of thanks for the very etllclent manner .
mental insurance
abundance of fish caught, and as the .rose Is of fair size.: SEMINOLE TREE GROWER
or throw ar tH every. time the an in which they conducted the affair, as
pay folks had seen to it that every 6. When roses do not open well, t
the
that men Kissimmee Orchestra. for
. front. fear also the
our
blows was
whistle We send
fire want to you our booklets especially the .two
and rake In handful of Gore
the ship's a
in pantry' apply
eatable was
will be destroyed. ? thing so generously; contributing. ;! the music writings
whole town there was littie '' meal ashes. Dew citrus leaflets that are. the best ever publishedon
I before leaving this port or the occasion and M-r. Harry W. .
for *
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' "We who hav.e installed our own else than a.continual feast Indulged j' 7. When foliage Is dim, give cow Thurman for the use of his handsome the subject. op
. 'more Write for them today. M .
waterworks have spent money In during the entire tlmethe party was manure.
I to do so than we would have paid the 8. Prune, as a rule, only dead or hotel. "Sorlne-Tlma With Citrus. Tr...." 'Die-Back, ItaCaasaa and Traat"raent. f'
for the use of Its water in twice out. I The subjects of good roads throughout .""How anil When to Partlllz Citrus Yr...." Tl Plmasppla.Fertilizing. .
I city natural life to Messrs. Davis and Carley made the unthrifty wood. the county and complete" system C ,.;." "Irlsb Potatoes," Florida Strawbarrlas.,. "14... ,
the of a man's is low and beds .. '
length six weeks ago, and 9. The soil here for Klsslraraee the P..UII. ate.
., same! trip about : of water works were ,
of what I it costs us to Keep 1 1l
nothing should be raised to drainage.
say so as get
with the beauty I
.our tanks, wells", and pipes In repair. i so impressed were. the they picturesqueness 10. Water standing about the crown main topics discussed Stanford during Wlllgon the meetIng Jar-- l tQ Call on our Local Agent WATERS & CARSONl ORO- a
" Messrs. ,
the grandeur,
,
"Business would receive such an Im- bed.will kill Injure. the : .
of
that the profits td our. merchants of the scenery that they prevailed upon I any rose or rell and Niemeyer taking active part CERY COMPANY, or address
, petus I Mrs. Davis and Miss Gardner to go same. in the debate, and eact gentleman .f'
,} In one year's time would repay ten j I The following are names of varieties -
=- be and view themselves sights the t like1 Il&'llood advice and offered many Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Company r"
times OVl"r ani amount. they might I best adapted to this section:
be found anywhere discussion
of increased of which is not to valuable suggestions, the !
called on to pay in the shape : (red chime rose), Louis
else on this hemisphere and well did Agrlppena i ending with the president being' instructed JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA ,
the increasing .
but as to : Marie .
taxes
dark red china
; ),
member of Philippe(very a
:
of citizens
enjoy the trip, every to call a massmeetlng _
bonds when they '
.:: of taxes to take up the Mals6npick(
Lambert Mal
(wbll.ilr)
believe would the pasty'declaring that It stands far to be held under the auspices of ----' .- 5. -riar crgcTPnY'vYr>ge>Rra
; \ they fall due, I do not In advance of all the pleasurable out.ings .. 'I bourbon -'rose y, Madam Camille (salmon the Board of Trade,, for the purpose .

; be necessary to increase them one of.their lives. ), Franoeska Krutrar (orange red, of discussing the feasibility and practicability -- - -'
'. mill for there is hardly a householder
lea Duchess de Urabach (single
,';: ', but who would subscribe for city water The distance"they covered was something pink) ) Safrono Mamoq. Cachet Pink of installing a complete system M11ANNtib1 v v v vvv>yvvv vvvv %vvwvva% yv" >wv.. *
< ,
31: ,
a.- atvA-the revenue from that source over. three hundred. miles, and Tea: V.' !. S. ot waiter! works In this city, the ,r
would pay the Interest on the' bonds every mile of It presented a new scene meetinfto be held at a* early a dateas School

, and create a sinking fund sufficient to to our northern friend., but it was possible. This being by far the I StLpfpliesfAINJD ,
take them up at maturity. when the party entered the river, which I 50 GALLONS A MINUTE most Important question before our. I
citizens I it Is hoped that everyone .
ahead at. sucha is considered. one of the crookedest I[ today
"Our town going
is
this continent that they beheld those I i I who possibly can will attend the ..
rapid rate that would display vervp'tTOr If aweinsplrlng scenes that have amazed | Is the Amount of Water flowing From meeting and take part In the debate TABLET r '
business judgment on our part t
who has bad the pleasureof for only by that mean can the freeholders
_-: we wope: to longer neglect necessity to Install and every seeing person them I| 2-lndt: Well on Fleming's Island. ( those who have the exclusive: <
this Important public
bond issue
proposi
right to vote on a
.. Its absence has already caused us considerable It Is unfortunate that the pressure I{ That there is all the water needed tion) learn the wishes of the citizen .
loss In the past, and Is dally of business should call Mr Carleyhome I for any purpose running under Flem- generally therefore there should not EXAMINATION TABLETS
turning both men and capital I fromus this week as he was completely Ing's Island in Lake TohopekallffaI
be a vacant seat In the hall when President MADE ESPECIALLY
for men of means do not care to infatuated' with our wonderful. country has been fully demonstrated by Mr. FOR
I Willson calls the.meeting to or
f place their monev In buildings where but Mr. and Mrs Davis will continue \I A. A. Loll ou' efficient artesian well OSCEOLA HIGH SCHOOL. ..

there Is absolutely po. ,protection from to reside with us until the blush 1 borer, who sunk a 2-inch well 159 feet der.The Board adjourned at ft.10, to
I
t fire. of spring fade into summer, and will I last week on Its west' shore and strucka meet on Monday March 8, in the d

L "Too much IItl'fl .can not be laid oIthe make another voyage over the course flow of 50 gallons to the minute. council chamber in Fraternity Hall.
fact that II we Install a waterworks Ida short time,accompanied by their This is the greatest How yet obtained ,
here within the next tour or brother who 1* expected to arrive In from a well of that size in this section,
system
five months we will be giving employment the city from Pennsylvania next week.: In fact It la as great as any we have KICK COLUMN. Kissimmee Drug Company

-.. to many person* who daring the Of course the uaualMmmber of mishap heard of in the state. .
< l Summer months are Idle because of I" *-such aa falling In the river, ;; Two weeks ago Mr. Fleming had a The very good lecture listened to .

lack of work. So you can readily see losing part of the wearing apparel, 4-1 neb well bored on the earn aide. of I. but not heard on account of the noise NNNN ,

that the mODe, or at least the major and other Incidents the lack of which his Island and obtained a flow of 90 b'v the boys last week we fear has had "

of it. we receive from the sale I would make an outing commonplace I gallons a minute at a depth of 160 feet, little good result Mpre air-gun
of portion our bonds will be paid to those occurred, but they were.fully offset by and now that be ha. this additional and .UDIr.bot..tire: in evidence than jjo.............................-........_........... "T "-_"' -.-. __a

meu lo wages, which will In turn go each member of tbe.party finding the well to supply the western shore, his have been in Klasimmee for several = MEANS '
WHAT j f-
IT .
into the cash drawer of our merchants. biggest, healthiest appetite ever ownedby Island Is In just about as perfect con years, an( '..weet.lnjl'IDampckera are I '.

"The freeholders of this town will man or woman in. fact Is was so dition for the cultivation of flowers, just as easy pret has the flocks of : Many people do not Know whs* Bank's Capital for."or the dlffarsaoe b.- ,
overwhelmingly vote for a bond Issueto duck that it required whole mallard. fruits and vegetable a* it 1* possible'for blackbirds. Either our mother approve : twaea a Dank of I" I.or no o.pl"lauc1 0.. with a large -ttir'fn, -*vJf
Install water worki. I'make that for each person at a meal to appease I soil'to be made. This Island Is of killing our bird*-mocker* A. BA.NK'8 CAPITAL AND 8DRPLU 'V VrIII.

statement from a knowledge of them It. considered one of the best propertiesin and others-or they have no control I* fund that protaots ths dvpoiliors from loss,lharator th. larger It Is thsgreater r
for the past twenty-five years, for I Mr and M..... Davis express themselves Florida, and Mr. Fleming, who of their little' .boys, whose childish S promotion th.doposllons omr.. This bank baa a

never kbew them to fall to take hold of as perfectly delighted with our could well be styled a lord of princely heatts ought to be very tender. and Capital., .. ... .'..... .. ..:.,"..........:. ..:tVOnO 00
% proposition of anT kind when it was people and climate, and will return lo possessions, Is to beenvled In its own- easily controlled for good. Pity the : Surplus food of....;;. ...... .:....,............. 16.000 00
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etoekholdarsliability! ... ..... ... ...... 60.00000A
backed up with merit, and I consider us next winter. ership. mother In later years whose boy's }

s this water works proposition astffood heart baa grown hard and brutal., and S total of. ...., ..... .. .,...........,......|li ,000 00 "
r as any that has ever been presented to NEW YORK PACKER Experimental.Truck' Garden. .with this bitterness will come memories i This..ans that we most lose 1115,000.00 before oar depositors could Dos, a' .. I j
them. While our freeholders are conservative THE of first deceptions, killing bird i sent Tbll protection .la.for YOU. .
tbev ever ready tQ * Some time ago Mr. John M. Lee against the law disobedience ID chum I BANK OFKlSSIMMEEAwfc
in their pockets when the welfare evolved the idea that an experimentaltruck ming with other boy, perhaps older STATE .

of Kiislmmee is at stake We are Honors the Valley 'Gazette by Reproducing garden In Klsslmmee would be I but air-gun heroes, cigarettes ana, = --0_ .

blessed wl n everything that nature Its the best means of demonstrating what other vice C. = ._tMMts_ R4pletlDA., i; -
and itIs our duty to do Articles.', our Roil would produce and to what
could give
us- QARBON' '
i O. A. JOHN M. US t
N. B. CARBON ,
extent< associated wllbr himself .
all to our power to make-this the most Mr Johnson Entertains.One Praaldanl Yfo.-Pr..td.ul Caaklw
cleanest and The Packer, the leading paper in this Messrs. C. A. Carton, P. A. Vans >. Clay "" .,
beautiful as well as the Awfc ... ............. ... ................ ..
safest town in the state to liver in. .We country devoted to the Interests of the Agnew, A. E. Doneiran. H. Fleming of the most delightful events of %'- -.- - .............. f

have as good people here III there are grower, chipper and buyer of fruits M. Katz, E. L. Lesley and H.C.litan-: the season was the card party 'given .

, onearth, as fine schools as can be found and vegetables, and which is publish ford, gentlemen than whom there are by Mrs. Clay Johnson Wednesday afternoon -
In America the most magnificent climate ed weekly in New York, Chicago Cincinnati none more active In advancing. in honor of the Wednesday] iOC CC CCIOCIOCOCIOCOCIOOOeJOCMXIOOocaooooocQOOCMXaoaocOCa J _

it has ever been man's pleasureto and Kansas City; honored the community, and who stand In the front Afternoon Club; at hey attractive hornJon A. CARSON. / A.CHANFORD. 8. U L.UPFBB. *

experience and soil that will produce Valley Gazette the past week by1 print rank of Kisslmmee'i prosperous andprogressive' I I Lake Tohopekaliga. \ P.rtd.a Vlea.Prld. s-tIu7. t\i \
abundantly of anything planted. loir' in full the article In our issue of citizen.. The property ]: Tables were. arranged, I In the parlors _

We'have all those, and we are going : February 6th entitled "Our Soil Produces immediately across from the depot and for sixteen players and the games ,.
e to further this the Ideal place o,' I ,'/ also two other short articles lying' between the stock: pens and Mr. of five hundred ADd flinch were heartily
the south by mike installing as fine a svs- pertaining to the products of this section Loll/s truck garden has been secured, Indulged in for. an nour or more. At
appeared In our. February through the good office of Judge O.i linen KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO.
tem of water works. a* can bs found In that the close of the !game covers-were
e. Florida. 12th Issue. F Parker, our most efficient alreDt'of laid upon the card. tables, and delicious ,
The publication of these articles in the Atlantic Coast Line, and will be fruit punch, cake and mint. were ,

V. I. S. a newspaper of *ueh wide and extensive at Once put In condition planting, served by the-hoste, assisted"by/ Mr.
Pupil Answers circulation as The Packer will result and nothing will be left undone to Keros Johnson and MUll Watson.

Mr. Editor-I wia'h 'to say that I ig great good to our section, as it make of this garden a perfect success.! Mr*. Johnson 1 I. a delightful hostess '

thick the V. I. S. (Village Improvement has a reputation for veracity in its In a later Issue of the Valley Gazettea and entertains charmingly.! Rough and Dressed ,

( Society) 1* mistaken: In its statement statement. and will print nothing but full description of this, enterprise Those present were: Mrs. William
0, about the High School pupil wbat it believe to be founded on fact. will be given. Lee Winn, Mrs J. M. Wood, of Atlanta ;
-with feeling of pride we>lew! Mrs. Geo. M. Dunne of Surater. '
on the yard Professor Isis a '' M..
putting Evans papers has add Is keeping the the work: of tbe.Valley Gazette In Its Mr. aqd Mrs. G: F. Farrell, of Pilti- S. C., Mrs: W. J. Sears, Mrs. D.- Pine ;Lumber: M.r

free from our paper If they endeavors to .acquaint the world with burg Pa.. reached our town on Tuesday C, Lee, Mrs. S. H. Bullock Mr*. ..W.jyS. .
yards will-notice. they will find that It come the wonderful opportunities this sea: and spent the night at The Graistone. Carr, Mrs H. C. Stanford, Mrs.E. .

from around the packing houses, etc., Lion offers, and when a new.paper of I They are making a tour of f. Dann, Mrs. Edgar Oliver, of Savannah .... -
( her*. V. Jr 8. will bare to national reputation such a*The Packer i the State in a four-cylinder Cadillac) Mrs. Keros Johnson and f ,-4 ..,.,. 'vHOUSE" --

.;, .throw a stone In thatPdlrecttoirto hit reproduces Its articles in full, we cab and left on Wednesday for Tam- Misses h6repce Dann, Mamle'1'111er. BILLS A :
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SPECIALTY
tfcsrljfbt place. feel honored, for we know our work. is .pa. They are accompanied by Mr. of CbaUIUlOOJtA.) TenD..Mable Parker .' -

A Hrad BcTaoou ._"..._...... well dope.n. -"" ;-" E. B. Base of Cleveland O. Sue Watson and Clyde Seymour.; .. ,

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min.d'to Congr.... .1 .. t < _

\, V' *12' Person 1-lurtand 30 Home Waslitnstdu! t DC." j*. Cruuo Around he Wor1dixteen'Watghip:; Drop .Anchor LI Save.'m orsick -spell ftJ '

f. Wrecked in Omaha, Nebr. 'madehereafter/ on' )'I l a' lock .. .. in Hampton R:)ads-.-President Reviews fleet. .;o. .

1': THE SERIOUS Pauau'ia i \' 1 Cunul,-according' to ( = " T"C ojolTVa= ;-Enthusias Tuf It -was' a-*our e of great. -comfort: fcy . 'f

r SITUATIfliyS ton ii-eisicl! t by President { Vflcomcd'by \\h government to know that tha' fleet I
it .T.rrjW.Ouibrj'FoIIow d the Murder in '-incssuge! transmitted the. whistles, B01'08'.ot; naval .ves ,
j U>tU-& pea.ce.u1..urJlJld..wall able to. -
rglller .
.I- f;';.Police maA By-.C ...k..Whrt.1 I g.-, the 'report made by And a JiuriUrud or mor 3---'"oili5F' < more axKlfltance than coultl have7fcCen"trlrt'trly '
"\Vb01'ecent Tr-\111ft d"\ & .......b 1..0111"'--to.-.ba..<4ro wnG41-.out-; : ; i : : 'HOREHOitNDSRUP'1VLRYMOTHER
W. Under Arrxt. ti3r- oUier'uii4.ry 1 -
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i. zone with the thumlergntn of .t.o.1 _
I President-elect ; saluting twenty- i the Mrlcy! >n.i,>eJ)>] 1 Omaha I\fo-.Ihlrt.: avellgillg" tlie realitymerely -an attack guns' trom'neltof4ho sixteen bat- tent .ear IHIIla.lte dfsaater. :
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4. murder cf Patrolman' lid;: ward L4)Wc policy of building any canal aJlIl'8 In I the column, America's rec- i I '
xvlio vhot tfrei'k: The engineer! revolt that !( fleet! Balled\ majestically A A A i should keep<< supplied with Ballard's Horehound Syrtrp Ii she4' .
ery, was by a I'1.ls. 'j A. 4 A A A .A A A .A A A A
,Gatuu eart, dam list $ Hampton lload.i. wishes'' to uayo 'tier children from serious elck spells.! It contains '
.l cner, soruo 3.0UlI( ( if ando! > a 1'IIJ".t.Iy was ,A' A
point of-t.lls'custlol1.: was the fleet's home-coming: at- ahKOlutE'lt--nothlng Injurious, does! |PQt cOautlpate./ Good
T& wrecked thlity liulldldgM lu the they &-1 1' | A EPITOME. OF PRINCIPALA .
of South Omaha, /and der Instructions from -Mr. .1'a !! Its 1'l-l'cllmllll\'ll0tlOI) of Ihcglouo ' UD for children as well WI adults. .
Greek Her
qua A. EVENTS INWP A
: ten. loads to and should bo checked .
most A eodgh ) consumption
i created aj riot, durln'hldl I two boysdor.en Con -ldt'i at MOil hi Uie tight of j ; voy- A &RUISE OF FLEET. A .
..... : ever made' by, the/ warhhlps of immediately. '
f b li-aI1-d. evJdecte aud they said ( any *
7 'eJ' )\ Onnitt-1th- a ,A' -'-.- A
: other\ I persons) were Injured typo of dam" now uifder, (' I| A Flee 1 lcft Hampton De-.A '
. > ldpllt Toads ( A :
l'e IlooF ..lo I one which mec-ls j ( I'l'tary
our II
\ with-mlw-llen of various Bor(- used ;! .4cerl.Jt.I', 1ft. lfm7.' Aa
the
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: :Newln;
Navy rry who ueiv tho '
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I ') in nmnihlng buildings occulted by I UI'I'I'Oal.' I to bid, (he fleet! Gcd-Kpeed; when 1t'1'll1' Admit ul Rabley D. Evans A .1'. C. Smith, Houston, Texas, writes: "I have used
J Greeks. :.'I They bay they "are !, left Hr.miiton Roads, lu-e.-mber) IS.- A \\11" .fii tltargc'vlit'ii/ th'e fleet A ,Hal lard'" Horehound !Syrup! In my family for the past

s',. -;The Ilo\/J| fallowed a'mo... mcctinvj\ ,:thcie will' lie no dangerous . weie I he Hist t 19 pro 't It upon 'A -{-1I1It>,!. flrinlncd: command until A few "yours, nnd find It far superior'to any cither cough
..!L&t. which tWo ale. je tionable ,wepago ill rod(ih IIJ' A San F'uilmiconos reached.when A lei household
lslaJ.Otll.l\J1\.l an !I turn The ,4. lined no we have tried. ] Very should bo
H J : jifeMdefii! L and hit' jurr:
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fin's: .
J attorney harangued the crowd j I lIndl'r'thl; < bHRo *- of nnxnl officers and"ladies) l aboard A-'li<'?--re<4i'ed---w 1_ The police were helpleKH for almost are they to soft Jl6 to be :Mayflower, :I A health Keiir Admiral C. II. A -
4, rovU'wud
0; .' three hours to dl
t, oterf. and[ Greek residtijih lied In j'10lOHtI( dam, no as to cause ( In Hlnslo coluiyn.Vtdi the A :P J. I 10 15, wl./I'iH'/ rt'liied on ac- A

', .panic from the qunrV'i, atiui-lied) .oua F'ellh'III'nt.0 are !, I had I droiM'd) | ) rnd: h II' I In I the\ Koads A eoitnty of- III )ll54th/ T\\ e motilha. A CURES COUOHS COLDS WHOOPINO 4. '
while the '. ietl\ I that the inntirials, ., L. I.-.IIT. he dieiL' Ht Del.A SORB THROAT BRONCHITIS -,
J mob wrecked |1'1'0.1'1)| Bljove) lilslo'le iil,! Fun I :doii roe;" suddenly l..
1\ I'l I( h. It I la |ii'Oiubtd] to use AND ALL LyNQ! TROUBLES.
Even A .Monto, Gal A 5.
after i.iiln.d
j. tho jiolh-' control -I 1 :Majflower ttjKiniiil!: : In nninn: ? them r.-
they could not iii -p'TNu. thecrowd. ablu all. can be readily / Admlinl SJMIM.i i I iln. t-oiiiniiiider- A Total dlbtaneO. (.0\(')'(..., 42.227 A PRICE 25c SOC "imd "$LOO; -
r f f" anti ,hiM Hue uflk-ei-K' amid ship
A crowd of pr-rhaps :S.iwiO) or 4,000 I allis were lecelxtu on hUll ii 'tI )>. A Time oonsum.ed In (cruise one A AVOID ALL SUBSTITUTES. '

quickly gathered t to nn;_ininl the fze t I lams iid| : Irx'ks, lock gates I I president. All. especially. Iho ('(lm- A .Ma-:-, two n) ,'nl'".. neil: six tlU\ ". A

of the tnob and t a K"('ral ntiRnuIl othvr engineering! structures odor I lii-rhUf I were xxnimly I : cOllin i atj A VIsIted" fifleon foreign; CU I1I' A
was be miu on UM bonien and ,liiisltiess :-i I In I the I lok fniinl I l project. a : j I I;t I t-ti uion|' I the Home completion l, I of L. tile A Ballard Snow Liniment Co /
lljle /iiuil .ifo' IH" ; Ca.-iinin MeC'rea A
I. plareii of the 'li1"t.-t-k....- The unprecedented crulte. ; 1)t-, : '
r maddened crowd beprnn Usvoik, ol }11.-1.1.-1 (ina they'can lie <1'p<: \\ In11l'/; h piV'f-ldeiifs 1 $, rci-t-it.i,>t ; A ti-"n-a! ai.d Cnptiilit tinnlnf; A :*E' -

desfmctton by throwing >Ion,'" nndikrlckB on to iieifoyii! \\ liFt"(-('Itulnl )' the offloeiH.. 'I lIP :Mnxlloxver: "'ar'-d A A. Men-lain ..f the :Mishouri' died A 50O-502 North Second Street .

through the wlmlmva, iffcniii j siievlixt' funclioiib. They 1 \Vnshintu( ii. a'nd 11... i.llhe: A dllllllK <.'. A .

3 and houses known. to I be 0' < u.iedfcy ;. 111,aTliflu1-fl nrt"Tmy-- men. as mumtii nulM IMS' 'lIl'I'rt--A-N'tM---n-.''iii' ;.lt*-,+ei'i' Greelm. -x | for chnnnInK 1II".I" Is. jo' of cit onetime, iii'-ln-il! jtshttItoist. of A ir.ai ''('ti hit rni/st'. und tInA ships) A -

The three nilncks made' .almost j has been" uilnjjieil.! I A .cnaiige, ) m in (lid .I'ninl.. to "T I' i" ,ilie mem- f'ui.d i the "Itt in niuBiiilk-eiii! A .w
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\ were ''le el I |,ilan I t* )1I t tlie present I I I A ---- -I--- JL1
r.f I ilu-lr! fninilii's nml filinds"- u 1.0 iiiuiiiiL'r. A ----- -- -
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I lidtl 'ireutly" lo I the cobt and ( ome ft\ .1)1) iiiotis I < Ilic A AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA -
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tlon was (roiniileli'd' I Ijiltc. <'lil rHrlgCS .
*nTn..tni t < I lion without ( .,. 'Tlie
_ \ ) r"wli-om" them '
: could fret hlw. trutti'Vi'd! foiee nlry < ) tiltlli' '$ Sold and Recommended by
| dwinlaiex.! 'einier Incapacity; ',' offl< el's> \.111| | lie II.nil! 1 1 III' lru- _
which in not great!. nr any I LriK1 10- c-iinul 111 of j It ""- 'l.n tn.lft"I'r' the .
or hufcty hIts lgn: slioiileaxi In \ii'l.tf": of :j.lioini \ :"< J.rlde to
gather and Flop I the dcpreclatlonx. 1 iiI l'litdlaic.' I that tin- must |' p i '! t ii ef :the nun. '>. r p' ...! 1 I1, -h < j.'u. i unit i-1 tl.i, ) a I pot 1.101 of th1Ii/ M For Sale at ROBHRSON'S DRUG STORE.KISSIMMEE .
I tho meantime ttiei ICY llinjl' .-y \v4innolined. ,''.t In the Mt I .' .&i,.1.i )to Oniia Ibe .
cal I ; lie collected all I Hi" il"iutfs| | 4le) >i alun duiu IS tfle l"I .lbh', : | '" \ fU'iiluif I I I I tiny \\ ill be. eii.iii-I : t.t- //:0"1': Iltil I ltIOLt' ) tIlls "- i>
I .4 possible a nl. rushed) tin m to Suull1 nnd of I the /I..I\'lwls 'l-x| l lilted S'i/Ui. I In. tIlt it I
: sliding syi_ I ll lllieri':) its -III' <-nli l.i- spill'" )II) : n'.lll.v
Omaha to aid -H.J.oncc..J1 1001, _|'I'alh.Inti> In "I he holl.o. ( 111 uni'l I t tintbi.is) ;in" 1-1, I'd,i I in 1 tin-: 1I1"'b.i i it 'Ill.' ;k ii < hat ain,. I' dlsjiis. "
come tlmt 10 get the flnro> ot-iiiTui* Tii* resold( ( to till" question, ) .1 xfiuli: for rinrhiirj :ind l tvj..ilf"1 '1:1.4 IJl'! (file,I !ion$ of a il'i Uira.ion,, ifi -

... and duili'G tlu Inlerviil I UI. ('I"''$ \\ ,iiemhedtbp I 1 I ( ond.-I.. ,," 1 that ', tin' .liUllf'...,lll <'[
; attacked on (''f'I'hnl. : | sljii I UI] on \\ lilt h the work 1 is . .. Pfiei' aril. r."uai--nil') ' I'H'"; th I I., ihe n'.ili.i.l.: ,,( tins loimtry' mInd! 'EIVEE EOUTE.- :

I Members cf I Ibe indb aHvaulted! lug- priiHt'C'iiied' ) [1\.1111\).' <1.11111 ly I -" (,.1' the xxciir, cf I Iii a- !J. nji 0 .1.1 I .,. '.II I I ._..I' .11.. Ii Vhll1" ,,1111, ilJ' I hu I I'"tilic I .

many Hnllnns nnd) HOll1l1alljallI, ) lit H'lll| : > il ll<.--lee. uf Hal.illt\ :':.7 11I.1"3. eq'liil'. I" "i'illl;) ,i-I, tvxi-; i lluaun.t '. 'if hit:. !ihiUa.l.jxn'.' .

t_ fi were mlMnken! fr, (Cn-cks.; ( far I In ,mill I the liniim of wliui I. ill.-taii' '' :IHM'I, ) d ,il'c; ". "III]) :"' .il.( ii .1 lui'i' .i-;, i--iiSI.- fl.iine. (>f nihnd!

C An unBiifi-e'-i-fiil RII"1U1 t t11" inriili-, I le i "'-::;t I i'tl!< <1 it- stiffHU-iii, I 11 til! 8 1 ainlioi,' I I I I'l I l'- 01'a I ; I'l.-'ith'; ) if ,I"" : ;tli\iv.I illeir) sijllllt'ilii-s' : hIli... BTKAMEU: LILLIE! STEAMER KOSCADA, ,

r3 to IJ-nch the Jreek; ( who killed !'a :/11.'- I Ii --s !iii.or'i'it) $ strui-tnrt'" 1 :VIM t il-ni I I ih.-r-- lii'-l. '....!( .1; > d_. .Ol\ in.) ui iiibe vitit ti-. ,iiu: llc-et Captain Clay Johnson. Sr. Captain Clay Johnson. 3..

,. trolman r.O"'It'111,1/ tit_ w at- folioed \\' i i In : t i-n.l; 'in tin- slips) 5\ hI' ]''' In. -i-loii :.' )II' \ line! I r>.rv .-" i ill .1. I'.m Regular weekly) trips to BasMnrer III'*
by a call fur a uiii'H ire.'HnK to ciecnned) at' n'\eial l tinn-H. ihi-y) ..1f1j., ttllit'-; ,' . Ii r in '..- mat-" \t' i .. .1 '.ng crlii-cd', -in ..1 t it. mJl.'S ee Tuesday morning and arrives Klsslmcnec Friday evening.!
take BOlllL' action \\ II 11 reuMid; l In I lip t tl"\ i i.ic uf no cfrloiih, ("' -. : (lie 111\) 1.'a'I'' I 'ii t'l i ,n,>- -,t': .11 iii.i 1 'I 'J 1', ;1"1" !I'. .iII'J .' :u> ill" -hip"
f. Greeks. Notrrly n" t ili}II'usa, iii |njile| atnieeiiiK. 'ellln-l-) III ,llu I ; I'Tdcliial. i MM k I to do.! i'lit lIt < ai-e! I Ii.! h.ir.d- d r.,1': :,1I I t I.M., HUH-) Ailiiiual Sn'iiy Special Charter Trips to Lake Oke >c>' ubee and< Fort Myers on tae Ullle.

rt- tended I the mash | :. iluwink} $ or in tin- ultimate ) uf !=l\l'' II) ul.h tl"' 11.! -' IH.1.) III I! .1. Veoiui t lo r..M| : I t to I il I:.' 1'.. <,. di.ii.ini'Mii i Comfortable accommodation for passengers Rates rsasocable.

I 4 The tone of I lip: t.ti-t-i i heK: "n.. ,.ori- '11\ i f I llie ...IIU-t I tin e" (iniilal'l'1,. '' *-' M t iH-lrii1- n...!ltit s ..f ; i I ft! Ill!) Cil.inl'uiiii.it;I t : Uii. ,;III The most picturetQuo WAterway In Florida.

erally hostile to the ( jp -1q..l, .Attorney I I .111<.\111'4' ; ( onhl"lnl the ; xvorld. Ih. siipi.lyn, :". lit in xxith !1' .' eoinuiKjid) xxoiild po. "intart. half For Pusenger ,and Freight Rates apply to '

If. C. :Muiplix., whon" flu-. belt!t lor Th,' en) M of 'the (; ( (oil uiid)( fin$, d 1 hi I tli.ilifTen! ) nix ) >il''ti distaniex nsain! xxpbout' a tingle! CLAY JOHNSON., sn.. Proprietor

lat speaker, laid' i<;>ediil/ tti.em t on' ;jjliev; tbiulud< t\ that 'It (' I I \ Ii,'re 1.1 (1)t) "Il' n1:1'1: Ju.d I 1 pro-', \i I s-el 1 ivt-cessai II;; bt-hta telil I tu dock, On board "IllIie." Klsslmmoe. FTa

$ What he IprilKil I the imde.sli ability of tatl! ) leduei'il '."-lily 'f"l$ I '') tlli] .hits, xxih| the T'.l-k'! of the! Ul11v.: ol ruujsi". -JinunforeFiTn .

f, th'ass' of foi,,'lgtu-r.! |I I i 01 { )' |1'1'' |ltt' i.U-=nanu ]y. ,.,'" aril nun 1 ff tlie. favx xxhilm) '; ''1 h mid '>:1I..n.; E\"II- nasal experts) -- -- .

"The blood tjf mi) Amot ban Is* on (PlO [IT lOll of I J15 feet nuove !><'' I ;: vk-xv.. reg'ihcl') I caiiful! and at ix l.o have < ar.ruIl.IoIud, .\ d all ol I ihe I Ii I

the handn$ 01 I h.t.. ( ;in--Us1, I lieeie i/r! ihirtv, fi- i )above) tlr. .IIII'I.lf'! ) 'eonsirint: 1111< ntl"11 f-om I'.e i II lioitft (''I Aiinn) tl! "'-\'Ut)5') xx bo toot .V' 16.The. s s %1bsatJ4_ --

$ stated In doping hii .-pi',, -eli.' "(ind 1'1 t 'h,' wjiiir I HKiiinM tilP 'I# tinnnne \\ n< IIn't. | I-OJIM ten. I lit Hi .'t aioiind* I llie I Hum\' t u> ,-MUiI'lainisto. I .

come method should I b<> adopted to 'I 1 IM-II--: I.- I 1,1)0') 1' ('I t lie roJ.trtii.miii : ." Hit.;,. until: I lie < onimand' left. \ and of Adniiiul, Speiry,

Rvence hln death) and 1.1 the i Ity if "( I ih. ,'allal I :\ $ $ 'niici' a little over" two \\eelw-i ago: whobrought It home, aie Ht a' luosn I First
.JJmer
!'. this class of persons$ :1': It I II'l I.. 111" t'' I 1..1 i I to .--la'i- mri'-'Sful ctjivili'ii..u;, <.f the :> to bow to nu'asme accuraii-l.x. I can Voyagers

c.It The meet lug: WIIK then ,lII.fl1cl.nd ? .' ') mll.ll: 1 siiiniite, of eli-I. was \\itbtiiit I not e" ci tliy ncr i 1.-1:1.: : or I leal value of the great cruise from a t .
.i .' .. I Incident! fr<.m <-ltler) a naval ij.-.al--i- II1lhll\l of view.To. ,
half the audiViwv ; ', tot jUo. (XIII.I.OO. a. thidid) mil '1\I"d. I ) pclif
<'al point of \io-.v.i is rei :ii-d--d' \ < that I'r ld'.nl Roosevelt .
Greek quarter where* I tin- destrtulujnbegan. I iiallen i allt1) 7.1.1.' O\"H.III"UI. j ay ( To
i-liinaii I tin- expense, of nalioiib u" hlsiorni!,>kln;. \ev AIS the happiest) I man in Ih(' gi eat I Japan

Llncol'cb: ; -The pollee depan I ai.d.die, !lioxernnient: al $271'weight'U.'''' ($ |i<--(""(,- ba'nn> ...1 Iniil1 t I crmmr.iid! n.d joyous multitude t llial t grceirdthe t
$-lt( h n long mi n. con. tiotds corroboialiveproof.
ment of South Onialia o as In runi- hle: |..nmenu) to the t -. I . 11'1. probably ) Itt t.
I lIIunl'ation'llh Governor Shalleube I l'it iIiI4ia and: I to t the :Nexv: :> \'o nl'P: ; \ Cl" h". .-( has I n I the fate of critic-Uni! of his .
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I '-ger,- who was. nollfled of 'ijii'; .-\ I nil: I rompai.y amount to $;;I ( | fluct d'umIH"IJRI.(1, the |globe.! HI', inn I In ordering liie .cruisi. and thaprididlon By Ralph D. Paine.

'f. cltement of the Holing anil' his au- 1 \\hi li'xxoiifH make the* '" In .TlC'1' ;*'IJnlat.'o> aaesi thai till, the c-oMly t .'IJIII-..-" '
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vice 'asked. l' tween'' the present: estimate i : ; before la; < any armada of\Uited au vi1 ar \\ oult never reach home teare.I .v'W" .v- """"

Governor Shallenherger\ satfl. if it previous pstimatQ, with cost Qoutitrles of the world \ I Ithe, fleet lifts completed I Its vruisji' -
teemed ho'would./rfftl-out 1 Italian and zone.gov ,' ] )' ports': nt'such great distances\ and come to "anchor la. the bar> rtl 4"K-*** *+ T is commonly assumed that .until !the memorable' visit of .
necessary, .
I many" oUlllrl*8'nnd under so from which It venttirde, forth, and" the : Commodore Perry's squadron In 153 had BftaUered> tbe2aIl.4 '':':1. "
I the elate militia ccmpany, at Omaha, ments ,added, only' $ ; ,( : .."
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and would himself no to the packing ',' ',"\Ve-. see no1' rcason.'V: tbc)" )"- flags.* Ahd\ v"r.Will, ilh any uni-na tl liealdent'Was" aa, happy as .m-kclmool- :: dent Isolation, -JapaiiT: no American ship had, ever/beep

town. tf deemed &dlpnLJf.lIe.; .:;' also '"whytne'canal j should I V not, ; commandreceived; malilf 6el at Ions!\1 i of with t\friendly$ :!SfeK ,boy-\. ; .. :J' .. '' :i.,'-. . t: II:I: permitted to trade or tarry In a port of that nation : More iJl 11'
Amerctln *eet
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; returns
,1'Not; untIl
the' : some .
'Cl\lIniated ,
notified Adjutant. General Hurlington rlpted'il.8 by' + half JI. howeveribefor.othe..leuacloua diplomacy
/ aa marked Ihe''piOgres (Jf Thev victorious from" 'axgreat sea. bat- :%t: II.au. century:. < ) .
.hold/himself: In readiness for aerv- gineer. by January-1 1915- !(' fleet at every one of \its t\vo :Ie111 thc-1'e'b"/In Euch home- +'10+4;'+++++,l, of Perry wrested a treaty of, "Irltnd: and commerce: !'* .
er
Ice c It(umidetioii teens,,"" ) I that la. prouA a srriiexvhat Jlt>. fat 1 I ftopd on tIle .*cruise around llv, ( mi ag., another\ Bight as ilil*. I .tt: :::::::::t:: two Yankee vessels had carried cargoes to and from Nagas -

DOOM (IF KbFtKEtS SGUNUED. I Iv.rll." i 1<1 drink to tlie Ain rican; navy." +*+....!-*>.>-1-+ alIt Their vo) ages were. tyjilcnl, episodes of the era wht'nSal,111
I !" out irom hampton\) Read This tlxf of PrefcldentUoesexelt fehipruaaters the fIrst to fly tin- Stars and Stripes
- I The engine.M-S" wlio. ..om pc.'" I tlie uf $$1 ;ps toast! were
it I If Taft Action; Representations f from b-iaid are Fn d.-rli !i P. :Steax n ;I llion-or.<".'O months, I in t their ago In spotless) pink white OjKhe Btocd radiantly hap- j, from the uncharted! coasts of Sumatra to the unknown Island-of tho South

South. Ip I ''dl\l\h'r""Arllnlr) P. I lIa\I.I .. ( ; proieily l'l'nJ.lng-lhe' 1'') In tbe/taliin, of the graceful litteeiuigtryacht I Seas. It was In 1TW9! that the ship Franklin. oWned In Boston, and cbinniandetf -
buff moi )
Washington 11 "t1 -To sound the Kar.dolpli.! I Henry I D. Allen (' great doif" ;of war stood rend" :Mayflower at tha concluIon by Capt. James IH-vereaux of Salem. won the historical distinction of beIng -

t to effect ( the welcome) home. He' was
t. 4. of representative patronage: govei uiiivut losuuiption In the i' LOTION ExH'\\ G ISCAPiNG: ( .. of everyday for prompt and t-iiirouudid)! !. by the admirals and captains Two years later, the ship Margaret of SalemCapt. a. (1. Derby, fared on a

outhern states and tu co-operate! Jn .- i : .\' action. frol. of the Hlxleen world-encircling like errand. Excepting handful of Dutch traders. these, jwo stilus visited a
fight or
''evel7 way .possible with" I'resi.' t. Comm'lseioner, Smith Not i I \said.. were ready for("Fighting a lu>b") vessels brllliahtly! attired In all the. land as trange and unknown to the outside world as was the heart of Thibet

elect Taffs exiiressed: plans for the Turn It ,On. i when Admiral he surrendered the oore- gold\laCe and paraphernalia, of special' a dozen > ears ago. The log books and Journals of these voyages have to do

political uplift of that sect ton, many Washlngion* 1) C.-('\ of his fleet to 1he rear admlr..rI' full dress pr.tonn.: and every glass with customs and Incidents that sound as archaic aa a chapter of tire history

commercial bodied out h of Mason Herbert Knox Smith Of the In rank "and Jod be thanked was raised tin response. to the president's of the Middle Ageli' In Europe.-The Outing Magazine, .'

,and' .Dixon's line are being urged to corporations insists that the we had ovfl&Lpt the fighting to suggestion "We slaya.thomes'also
t ,tke Immediate action In xuuport uf a I art of the report on the (' I' AlthoufSTthcre was no flghtlns. drink to the men who have made" r2- -OW' IJ '

.project formally Jannched in Florida. t hanges- ot.lhe country will be It was notVjfontlnuouB frolic for I I us prouder than! ever of our country, 1 ,

The St. Augustine Fla., board of as soon as completed. He I was much work to do constantly !, added the president and again the \

I trade has placed In :Mr. Taft's bands positively to -..sa)' when that way of accomplishing the stateU toast was pledged."When sailed from Sun i Why a World Language M
the! fleet
resolutions ft has adopted stamping Ho said the explanation for objectof the 'rulse-Lto I :
I the next Inauguration\ day as the delay was to be fouiyl' In the the general cruising and team Francisco Mr.President; replied .
;Rear Charles S. Sperry. "you
I, '"JJawn of a Day of Promise" for the volume of the work the of the ships as unite ana Admiral trandar Matthews. j
\BOuth and urging chambers of commerce of Its detail and the solid command. III*ntIII a message saying that ourswas Ey ,
and a greathonor.
_ : of other southern cities and) the subject. Mr. Smith. who is, no fight was expected MV 1 a heavy responsibility fulfilled sa.d4tP2,3 "
I That wet- have today .
on .
towns to co-operate with ,Mr. Taffs'purpose returned from an investigation has been no disappointment responsibility -makes this the very "
to Inform himself of the :New; Orleans COttOIl exchange core. The work was expected the moment of our lives. I sayWe' r- -I HE advantages of a world-language ire Indisputable. Without -

.c .views of representative men of any "The third part of the has been no cry of undue 'proudest advIsedly; In speaking of the I I I it every man must be content to express himself In hI.

e locality without regard to jiartluau, change report deals with the But there were several by very the I fleet for no one man could have done I I I own tongue; and every man who needs to know what has .
accomplished
|
$: alignment as to applU-anta for ofllce upon the cotton market of-the things cruisE which were not what has been done without the loyal II I ben said upon the subject In which ha is specially Inter.

I: as well as to local sentiment regard- at Ion of cotton exchanges. lpated.on its Whether there was a and willing co-operation of every man I I - ---ii ested! must of necessity master half a dozen other lan

log national policies. The re'soKitlonti "This Is the most delicate ", either I In the fleet." Ii And this Is the disadvantage
mission to be fulfilled guages. of the individual
) ; attribute to the referee system responsibility the whole task our bureau commander-ln-chlef
r for "80 many unlit Far East Europe or elsewhere. | Thus .brlefly'the I I > < II only ; 'even more far-reaching .and significant are. the disadvantages -
appointment willing official -
del takE'n. 1 am not made his
not concern the navy that ''of ihe returning!: ships! } tJ_ 1111AJ of the several communities
to federal in the = each of which
: r < ofBqV-B u-ntil I can be 1aoder-ln-chlef has
out a to the com
report
of "foreign re report
under the. head I only the speech of Its own stock. In the
Aontb. absence
,ed that It Is accurate and "International diplomacy. I of the army and the navy. of a com "
or -. - mon tongue they may .fall to understand one another and misunderstandings

KANSAS PASSU ABSOLUTE LAW. <:Attempt to Smuggle! CHIEF RAN AMUCK. Student Falls to Bi lh. may lead to bickerings and bickerings may bring them to open strife. Whl'I1'
I we see bow much easle F It Is for the British and the Americans"
Even Phyalclans' P'rescrlptlona Barred Douglas understandeach
SfAi Lul Obispo Cal.-What I. Cambridge Mass.-Stewart
Kansas. Navajo Indian in other than It Is for the french and the (Cjermans we
In Work
-r-- lie\ed to be an organized by Robinson 19 years! old a nephewof perceive at once
Goverl1or- Sfubbs Cincinnati. .- hQw much the existence of a world-language would) .make for peaca.The rtury'
-Toptka, Kas.-If smuggle Asiatics Into this President Roosevelt and -a sopa Cea- _

algus ths anti-liquor bill pissed by has been unearthed as a Ohio.-With a war: more pf harvard" College fell from : .

I bOth the boune! and the senate' Kan- the discovery of 22 Chinese In au unidentified Navajo Jndlan 'I a six-story window of Hampton lUll. ( r--' .JL.
,aas will have an absolute prohibition this The Chinese ran chief ran amuck In the un a dormitory on Massachusetts avenue,
car In city.
he could He Was a son of
here and beture and was Killed.
f 'Ja"'. which even prohibits physicians In bonded car sealed with
I from prescribing liquor. ernment a stamp. The car was ,' be had fatally stab Douglas Rcbln on. '> Strange'Bird House
I T : '" The bill provides that and cut Mrs. Anna Uevord of
any person
from Algiers, La.. where It Wyoming Bars Saloons v
Va. and itfax Meyers
\V. ,
ii who shall manufacture sell or barter O for San Francisco. .
February .
}
legislation -
"- and seriouly wounded Cheyenne.vjo,-Antl liquor
malt.
any spirituous fermented or passing the box car Conductor of the session Catherine Wallace Klttt. I
111.
j other Intoxicating liquors shall bo W. Gordon of Cambridge; wasatiire I By
voice in It. In
heard
I ,
of a misdemeanor. Tbe Indian with four Sioux war of the Bt'ftl ;gislature which' has I
I'L'K guilty punIshment question who was In the car. laws .,
the ..
IB a fine for each offense of from Kansas, bad alighted I just closed Among new .,
.. ceived an offer of |2 for a I those absolutely prohibiting -
the passengers enacted
and train. As were
Imprisonment a I
$10
j from The only exception made U the saleof the Chinese. The sheriff's a warning yell. drew a long dan cities. i; Is estimaeed l to build their neSts 1"as. perhaps, never better'a own than ,

.wine' for communion purposes. notified and the 22 and started through: the crowd, j I .tat these laws will put 200 saloons In Ibis Instance of a bird building hers Jn a vest pocket. r
out. T
nesetaken right and left. :out of busIness.Couatrylloinelor. I ) ) An old gentlman who was Interested in some quarries had .

NAMES OF WOMEN( Indian Head Fenuy Retired.Phlladelpbla. President. occasion to vl. lt them one very hot day and wle there,' .
MOONSfiINESTILLS INCREASE. feeling the heat very much.took off his vest and .
... hung It upI

-,.,s Upon. Not Whom Be Assault Published la Attempted In 8. C. Can ., Pa.-will The United \ le Making More'Work for : Washington, D. C.-"The country :: .J am sorry I d.not' , know Just where-but it "happened J.>"t
mint in this In
city a Rev.nue Agents. I white house" Is the designation to be ... many years ago. However, when ho returned home be
C.-A bill has passed
Columbia
(he dies from which II
destroy crlAclal residence must have forgotten the vest for he
the' assembly of this state.I \ iXC>Prohibition in I given an summer went without It, and It
general ent one-cent pieces.are made south has Increased the work of and office blinding fpr the use of the was several days before he returned\ for ItVhen he did, you can Imagine
'misdemeanor for the dies with the
it sink
I" T making any new revenue agents according to Q. preside of the United States proposed his surprise to find that a happy pair of birds had leased It, without his .
'newspaper or'magazine to publish thaJriUun medal designs of I the head of permission
Strobrldge chief of "revenue In a bill Introduced by Representative for;> the season as a place In which to build their
..or.....woman.__ ham Lincoln as ordered by the home and raise
,.,Of,."nJ.JDald. : .!upon for' of Indiana. The
Jia&.abked..
: ..- -lie- congress bandU their little family. The old gentleman must have .
.:9;. wbom an_attempt< .
has been committed. "'Th' penalty Officials at the mint say Increased: appropriation and great kindness of hep..rt. for he was: so touched at what he saw that he went
'cbhdltlcms erectedat United
the
the pur- challbe
_I. for violation' tbJaJa W-Ia";; Axed pennies are the most __ et to...: send new"twe ve' 'more' -rerenue States 'mIltaryna rvaUon at. West home without big vest generouslyallowing the little l lady ana her consort: .
j I t.o'n thousand doUan.-. Court' publl'cations coin In all Uncle Sam's \ toremaITtifidIafurbed In the possession of-toe site
;\ .. to the soujh If he gets the; Point.. N. Y., and that It shall be they badcholen for'thelr'home.
- .; ,. are exempt from the' rotjs- currency. While none of He wants his! allowance in constructed and furnished accordingto The kindly'"old gentleman was of goodly proportions: so possibly the
., 'J... of'tJut b1U. retired because of loss of blrd. were not overcramped for room In their little '
the of cottage.
creased. from: $150.000'tc 1175,000.t to by secretary i -OuUar .
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I I I': .T J >UTENEWS MOTES.it :

,",'': t .' : i) __ I-III__ _ r4- -5 c+c SI Genera .

\0. __ _ ; Patrolman .
.".', Freltago of .Keif' <& .'
./ jeans Is. a believer In the ;doing 'or.1'

one's, duty, however Spartaajlke--, It ,

. may be Ho arrested his own wife
..
when she and a neljlibPr! : _engaged..lu,,
'
a.difficulty! .lie marched both women ?
to tho police station and preferred a'

1.\' 1'I d 'r, t'' I.l I W charge against them.of. disorderly. "

''. conduct \..
'
\. .' 1loa ....eldelt.So'S' net''' the- "
!t,.". .... -
t: '; \ t.... Delaware and. Hudson Railroad' 1r
.; --5- y'b i 5 at d New I;
r' SINNER (l ; I e 5 peaking a n.ner tn' York
r1' ,; 5 City; declared that ,11 wa now the .
.. a9C99b' lr Pl Jl 3'!
Ii111 '
\ ryJ se.r Z general 'opinion among railway DaDo ',
", "
it, ,_: users that government control of'
t' : steam railroads was an absolute ne }uceasity
, This control .however"* Mr", 91
.
Sims1 explained, "was not! to apply. to. 4j

the minor details of- railroad, bull;
Tiosr.: "TBe! "charge"that, tl}e 'railroads "
zf1 of the country were heavily; overcap-,
t,1, klQr.t ty Ilrr' ]l3 9 { Utilized was no longer founded on z'

fact Mr. Sims declared. Whereas

the railroads 'ot the world, were capitalized
at $87,004);' ( ) a mile those' of
the United Slates were capitalized at ;o

only $3,000 "mile., .r

'" The good roads movement took :'

form at Augustine, Fla., when ..
coterie of prominent citizens Wet' ii
""t om -
W ., ,. II with John 'A. Stewart of New YorkIn
the Hotel Alcazar and organized. a
.
highway association, The
national!
. :>t
.r
I -' aseoclallon will t
*5 Incorporate<< at once
._ %; .d ''P.i --Kemble Hdrner'a Weekly. and organize Into a bandof
S. ............................., . ..;..;;. .................*....ate... ................ ............ ..?.... ......................................................................... good: road advocates.permanent The association

The Inauguration of President I 'THE PRESIDENT AND willurge upon congress to v
VICE-PRESIDENT.
.NEXT
William'11. Tufl will cost about $80. have the war department construct
I 000, reckoning on the basis of Mr. four great trunk roads, the same to
Roosevelt's, on which $83.000 was W Jhar HoviFird Tat was born) at Mt. Auburn Clrcinriqtl) ) Onto, op September James Schoolcraft( Sheridan was born it 1 Utica.' N. Y., October\ 24, T53.is lIt! o In The nature of military roa'1..
spent. Its will bo paid by I IS, 13r'7.' HIS father was' Alplpnso; Taft, and\ his mother was Lovliso H.. Torrey, parents were Richard: U and:: .Mary Frances Sherman) \, both of English deicsrjt. Mr. The highways In question are proposed -;
the people expenses who attend It and buy bath of Now EI) Taft becairie d newspaper fWo-'Vearsloter I 11'1 Ulle:!. He one-iron "
tickets to tile parade stands and the Malne--to- Jo'lortdaune1rom
Inaugural ball.. If there la -a d leficlt re orter and) studied law iriCli'.clnn'Jil -. --- practreeJ w 7i griTTs-qnary j Maine to Oregon, one from Washington -' ,,2
lie V3s assistant 1, 1907. He bias
-- ]twtil Ue ouT bf a guarantee 4.- Mayor of to San Francisco andone from
prosecuting< attorney of HalI1- Utica in) 1894, CWIrman of
fund, subscribed to by business men s, ,Florida to Los Angeles. The proposed -
ilton( Courty tiIf\ >81-b.: and 1' yst ..' the Republican State COTven'ion \\-
Washington The only I direct expenditure trunk roads, It is estimated, will
\by; the Government will bea was appointed by Governor\ / \ \ tn 1895 and!\ ICXD, This association It
cost
$20,000,000.
Frraker duige. of the" Supencr / and: he has been! a memberof
small appropriation for the extrapolicing r1y -, to everr-llate-
t -is helleved, IIIlll''sd\
] 1887. =
Court
jr ttte HausTTJf Ref resentativessnce
and, JlKhtliMC of Washington. S In the union and result In strong r
4ge
'lo8J 1897.
6o far nn-thp law ot the land IscntTcerned. -In \ Toft rnr-\ e For twelve
with ned Miss Helen 11 err:I) r years t\e\ has been Chairman\ \ ) pressure on the administration to
It will be fully 'compiled ,
: .
daughter: of the Hon: John! 5.4s s of the\ Cotrimlttee) on sidle\:: father the plan. It I

New Mistress of the White House Herr n. of f Cir'-ir.natl.. Their Ie flffaira. He Is a tnen\ber\ of '
r
children:' are Rot:: art Alphonso 5SS the Cotntnltteeon\ Rules and- Washington
a stulent: it 1 Yale Helen 55 kt als f-hat cnlnteriw'te\ ) and) ny an amendment to the naval approprlatlon .'
i .tu lent' m Bryn Ma'Ar arJ, 'Foreign Coimnerce.My. bill, adopted by the senate -

/ O irls Phel; s gd, r, wit She>rlI1l1l1 in frled, If! tho Sake of (the two battleships rl
/ -e,, if( the }.ulllc sch, .ol.;> in.l.rwj'f rbe r "v ."mv< t ri 1881, MisaCaroltne BabcocK, authorized is to 21OQO'ton..
I W ,.-. n of East Orange: N d. His limited '
J 153e; Taft i left t tlio1!, ((01',-1!, i a,'' rhtldrenareS'hernri:: twenty-\ and their cost, exclusive: of Jlrmot'IInd
[ < \ r* i-'i:] cr-jr: (' '.rt t : At'l five yeas )11 l i, rpte-ieller: in' I armament, to $4.: 0D,000 each.
'.. 0 j' ,HO I, j >,t .1] Soi: !, j'or, $ttl'Utl\ i Trust 1 Deposit I Tile house provision was for two first'U
.\c r"' "rJl ..f t K-f! > Vr.ii':, 1 S'-i"--, C'' Isi-hir, 1 U. IVientytlrr ( s lipttlechlpsa/ ) cost, exclusive of
Ij' :l'r Pre :. r' \II-rr\ a n, -? y" jrj ell ac-tinjpro- oiintfr or aiiimmcni, not exceeding
I fi1)) r' !hr, ., y",;r< t le, v. i ; r, f fesi( r < f f- 1T.HljeTiltt1"\, 7 gil'.oo ant) cac'-li. It WAS the Idea to
: ,. :r.r i :' dud,'" 'i 1 n.! Slain, / HainiH' 'tiCiUe-ja, .iql I Thon\-! ( DiiMvuctll, ) |>M of 2IS.OOO tons dls-
Vi 'M St'E'; ;, C r-i.it, Cjrr S'\ : a? M twenty tvu ,> yejrso'ii. !'Inn, mi-lit. II IS Clapp) oflerfedv 44
Sir ut4), .....IIIC:, post t <; re" Jr secretary ;f t 1 e Smyth) Des- Miipiuln.ciit. which was adopted, msk.. b3
1 :Ira jjtc-r f .<'Tl y ..r&eryirp > part Co ,, UtK-a. In;: the type of ships, \built similar 'tu ,
""t' "' ir ,,\r' 1 > '. With other bUSHes3.e!) tile UlahAni: Florida, the two 21,009 ''G
PreTirtfi] JA.-Kir.lcy: ail i."t- StetUlGlI! or"J1TTTzmi 1rJSVr \ t ton Dreadnoughts now being coil, ILv..il
1 ed tn\> \ C'liajrtl"1I"f' tt" J'hiLlj.i.irts 1C ?9 the Utica Trust S Deposit fill ucted and limiting their cost
9r M/ CcrlllJ1! ''-' r Tf5mqi !, --5- ,: Cotnpanv.\ now\ ore of The of dealing with the & \
problem
1 ale\ ..vf-as cereJ){ a FeJer the lej.lirig; banK of Central)' Alaskan Insane
z'baa
? ; <: )JUd eshti.uthe: ;e :1-: WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT. JAMES SCHOOLCRAFT SHERMAN New UcrK. and) f)9 becart\e rapidly Increasing to con:
beau
jsily, le -|Itrci, -;: a he! left; its president..la position Ie again presented ;:

____4I the l-'l">lirrrTi-Fl-.r; :, ; I* -i,i Fe',ruarv f I"" 4,, toc: -19'-e-re ::rv ,I Wir. Heplei' m- ,(curled at the time of his Pleriion He is also president, of f the New H< >>
I I : the i j.-ifi: ." ii! m 1 i..Ly 11 '. "" I. hp I ". l'"i' thej.ru, 'j il liie_u r c! tits .tJ1] Ctrripany, "rganized: by his father II') 1S81. Mr Sheraton Is treasurer and cha'f-' of the Interior of $75,
4 WcrK; of di_ "ir lrc P.' :t. : _......................................................................... ...-.-.-.-.-.-...-......-.-...-.....-.. .--.-.-.-.. ...- ..................._................ duo to toe made available because ,,
practically all of the money provide
:i Washington's; second swearing In II Ilhe centre of his reviewing stand to for contract obligation has already t
f j jI at Philadelphia In 17-93 was the first protect, him from the Inclement 1: been expended.) 'Secretary Garfield

t r MarC 4 inaugural. I has reported to congress that list
xr Adams was Inaugurated In the S. number of Insane. from Alaska I.1 In-'

House of Representatives Philadelphia I S 5555is creasing conetanjjj\ ... gad the 'r.easo4
I' Jefferson's was the first at' advanced Is the extreme cold.and Isolation
SIRS.. \\'JLU'IO: \vAnD TAFT T1, ', etxn
Washington. Monroe established the I from civilization of many ol
.. if Mr. Tuft and Mr. Sherrnnn take a precedent for taking the oath on the the- inhabitant of that territory.

trolley f the .Capitol, althoughhe There is no place In Alaska where

t being sworn In, strqll oft: Into tho House was on sworn account the of Second the Intense time In cold.J. the. the Insane may be" pared for. '
country for a game ot golf. The re- Claiming that there. is no suitable ;
Q. Adams, his successor,also took .
.
i malndflr of'the ceronvpny; the parade, the oath/ Indoors. Jackson reestablished memorial of Thomas Jefferson within ,
fireworks and inaugural ball Is tho [ the custom which has prevailed the. boundaries of the original
V,;,.I.Ii(. unofficial) : function ,off the people of I sinco. Jackson .was the first President Louisianapurchase, David R. Francis
s i v.Washington. of the Louisiana Pur
to attract a large pilgrimage of president ?
4:44": / "' Mr. Taffs will be our thirty-first appeared
Company,
Exposition
attend the chase
admirers to Inaugural cere <<
t.<<:;.;' "regular Inauguration,' not counting monies. before the house committee on aye i
.' r
: the unscheduled swearing-In of Vice- 4s In
Presidents succeeding to the highest f German sharpshooters were distributed proprlatlons to urge a prevision 't v
'"' bill ,
"
'' civil appropriations .
office Of rough thudeathof Presidents. upon the roofs of the houses! the sundry
The first Inauguration was held In i lining the route of Lincoln's first Inaugural J'I by which the government would re-i, rllnquish
In the
I Its claims to moneys
procession to and from the
New York, the second and third In
Philadelphia, and all of the remaining Capitol. -- treasury of the exposition company.
I .
based the .condition
Is
Grant's first Inaugural parade This request upon
twenty-seven Washington.. I
-. General Washington, was nearly marched In eight; grand divisions. Ap- j that the exposition) company' : :
predating Grant's strained relations', erect a statue' of Jefferson.on.. the
two months late for the first set inauguration
day, or at least the "first -with Johnson, the Inaugural, committee grounds which were occupied .by the
'
Wednesday In March." 1789, prescribed T proposed to drive the two to the St. Louis exposition at a cost of

for "commencing p'roceed- Capitol In .separate carriages abreast, about 200000. "S
InJ '" under the new Constitution.The but this angered Johnson. He ab- Mrs. Joel Myers ol Copley. Ohio
officers of.the first Congress triedto sented himself from the entire cere- YOUNG TAFT, THE "YALE MAN." near Akron, 1. the first woman In
get Its members together on that mony, and Grant rode to the Capitol taken In 1877 When Mr. Taft Wa the cou'ntry to come forward to claim
with General Rawllns. Twenty Years Old. the pension that was suggestedbya v
Grover Cleveland's first Inauguration Missouri farmer In President Roose, Jvelt's

eclipsed all previous ceremonies weather. Roosevelt I on farm life for the
Mr. message
escorted
In the crowds from was ,
one respect, outside
to mother who has seven living sonsf{
the Capitol by veterans of his famous -
numbering 160000. The hold- I American soil On her 1 67th ,I;
born
Rough Riders, and until 6.15 on
Ing of the ball that year In the Pension '
. that night he stood reviewing a birthday Mrs. Myers writes: I 'I have
, Office set a precedent followed I
president's message on the
.1 ia4.the
:
ever since. Although/BeajamIn Har :
I ,, ., condition of the farming community
rison's inauguration day Was prob- t( < .
,L ably the wettest, 80,000 men paraded in which a Missouri farmer suggests
S
be given to the
In the rain, and the ball broke all that pensions
records with( an attendance of 12,000, mothers who have raised seven .stal-
while the Inaugural committee real- wart sons, all living on American
t ? YorkT"i ized a surplus of $26,000.A ; f soil I lay claim to that pension, and ,i 41
"syiSJe the list of the American ,
unique feature of McKInley's I will head '
mothers who come under the prOTlSrIon.
?
first inauguration was a mounted de-
Trfday is fifty-seventh birthday r
my
tachment of special aids composedof
I have always t
anniversary find
the sons of ex-Presidents.. HeTe- :'
viewed his second parade within u lived on a farm. I have spent I'
/ of In years on the same farm in Bath-town.
large case plate glass, placed
p ship."

The solicitation of campaign coni i''

trlbutlons from civil service employees
of government is In violation

of the civil service act.. according to
a decision of the United States ate -
stated by persons e.
nrema. court, and It Is
who have studied the decision
r that the republican '"leaders wtfo 'sent '

: out letters to Georgia }postmasters
The Mother of President Taft: Who during the last presidential election
Died During Ills Recent Tour { v campaign are liable tb prosecutloand -- a

Around the World. Imprisonment.No .
__ ,
Americans lost thelrJrv'ea in
5 5 day, which happened to fall on March destroyed he Flores 1 +
_ 4,' but because its members were : r the Are- which
mostly farmers, loath to leave their Mr. T ft's Father. Alphonso Taft; Theater at AcaJullco Mexlco. accordIng -
plantations be.fore the spring plantIng Died in; 1891. to a dlspatc received at the

I there were continuous adjournments --- state depart mepfrrom American Consul .
I on account' of "no quorum" for ade, among whose novel features MaxwejUC! Moorhead. Over two .
more than a month or until April 6, I were a troop of cowboys_ In full regalia hundred tteople were burned to death, : .

.L _.. '._ when, the electoral! vote was ,counted. commanded by-Beth Bullock, I according io Consul Moorebead.

News)' VIC'.nlua': Ihe, Yield of HDortB. Women In the her'. News Vice President and Mrs. Fairbanksare'

'- Several more women' were. attacked Christy Matbews6n will coach the A women's Short Skirt League has' contemplating taking & trip all '
by.ti stabber In Berlin Harvard pitchers for the next two been formed in London. The m m- around the world shortly after the s

- Dr. James" Ewing urges the value weeks. hors according Woman's LIW, bind adjournment of congress.. While
.t' '. of vivisection -In cancer research Charlie Murphy wants the National themselves to wear dresses which their arrangements have not been
.work.i League to take care of Pop Anson by will not sweep the floors and pavements finally made, they will probably takea
.:I,,,: i Americans And Cubans in Havana making him supervisor ot! umpires. and so gather up dust and steamer at San Francisco, visiting
', joined In a ceremony of commemora- Fred Duelow, who caught for the I microbes Hawaii and the Philippine Islands,. 1

vjtlon of the destruction of the Maine, Detroit and Cleveland teams, has Miss Margaret J. Dunn has lived then China and.Japa '

eleven years ago. ( been signed by Jimmy Casey for the 'for five years out In the woods for Rear Admiral James N.. Green, .TJ.B .\ r.
As a result of the trip of engineer Montreal Club. her health. Doth winter and summer N. retire, died at Edenton. N' .

to Panama with President-elect Taft Jimmy Austin, the new infielder of she has taken this rlgofous treatment C'He, was.born, . in 184U, ent.ered.lhe..iUnited :;
I It Is said In Washington, D. C., that I the New York Americans led the 'In the. Highlands- Scotlandand States naval service In 1861. I .'
I l there will be no change in 'the plans I whole country In base jteallng. Jest /peaks --highly- the benefits-of the and "was" transferred' 'to-the-retired 3. ,
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F fhc Kissimmee Valley/ Gazette. AFTER THE GRIPPE "IN A BAD WAY. I I

. C. A President. 11. C. BRYAN,Secretary ,
=-=-::-::= The GraystoneKI88IMMEF. CARSON :,
Vinol H..tored This MaD'. -- <[
r PUJU.IS.HED EVXAT: FRIDAY. Many a Klssimtnee Reader Will l O? :I3C JE zznzz z zz: .'j, .:. __ -J
i Office in Valley Gazette Building.KBSJMMKETiDSCEdLA'eoOWty.TltA. Strength LA. -- -- .
... Feel Grateful for This-. .
; : / "Senraf"Tf ...-iao I was attacked b7' In format ton. Carson
1 ._ a never can of grippe, which lett me When your back elves out; On Lake Tohopekallga. I Waters & Grocery (Co.;
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Fishing, Shooting
k with a hacking cough, soreness la my Hunting
I M/. B. HARRIS.. Editor an Prop'r.: Bl'l'Oml'lIolame, weak or aching;
Golf Tennis, ,
chest, and br ncbIU.. I took nearly When urinary troubles set In, Bathing Clocir Koque --WhoUMlo and Retail D.al.rslaIGROcERIi-
Cricket Golf Baseball, i
kind of cough sold on the Your kidneys "In bad "
euuscRirrioN RATES: every syrup 'ure a way. Trap Snooting.Terms _
.. ... .. .11 00 market, besldei'm tc1116 ciTeD me by "Down's( Kidney fills wtll cure you. S
Oa eT ywr : t2.60 to 3.60 per day.
On*aopy.:: :: to physician Uere is local evidence to prove It: l lI
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[) 0._,.UIFM month. 26r I received no permanent renal until Mr U. 11. Gray, living la the southern -
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part Bays ,
_.. ,,...... from aolbora my druggist aaked me -to try Vinol, ) "
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AD "Doan's Kidney IMls '
# .u"- have helped me Friends :
Our
***...._......d."g.mint b>nUrtwd'b..the writer.V and after taking three 4V>tUe I wa and To : COCNTY AGENTS Poe ,/
: Rejected.jMttn- will not b .t\a..r untoad wonderfully J gladly give a testimonial Come and try a meal afc. the /
I ....... entirely cured. In their favor. For some time I
d- hotel. Single Dlt'alaOc:1:\ ; ::
I believe Vlnol to.be the greatest 1 suffered from dull nagging backaches meal tickets '10. Rooms (1 per J; II A y'I I Celebrated fertilizers \ CRATES j 1
Entered at th.Po.tnfflc" .IB ItIMlm_Fla..a.aeaadek blessing ever Offered to the public, aa and had distressing' pains day i /* .
+w maU BMttOT. . It doe what <. claimed for!t." R. a R. through my kldnWregions, "1 always '.GRAIN E T. -: '. ---- Hicks, MaplcaTilfe. Ala (felt tired and had but little strength 1 Clre.lar> and Prices '
# The reason Vlnol cure] cironle energy It was finally my good for. j Par.lak.d ABpllc.tlo..
Friday. February 26,1t)09.) H. W. THURMA TV T
tune to hear of Doans Kidney Pills, j I
ocrugbs, colds and pulmonary trouble I
R ; and 1 at once procured; a box from the PROPRIETOR.
1. because It contain tonlo iroa and
fi.V" Kltilramee celery the largestand Klsslmmee Drug Co. I used this remedy /
crows all the healing and body building elements as directed, the backache was relieved ib
brings the' highest price on the. of cod liver oil but no OIL and my strength and energy f H I ; S FURS-; WOO L i

market. l VIDal I. also unexcelled as a strength soon returned. loaD now rest well at ke" ta r""' u6 ""Aaet...IkArJfto.tII .
night and no longer have that tired, /
builder for old people delicate children, :
Agd.i ow. Fairbanks U to make a weak and rundownperson*, and attar 'wornout feeling which was formerly M. TILLER I J Country proce ,a Spec1a.lty. /1,
'""lion> around the world. Funny !how I1ckD. present." I II

Tbtg Republican follow In the path I For sale by all dealer Price M Real Estate Agency. 111N1AM--- -'--------- tM a N
Sold bv ROBERSON'S PHARMACY. cents. Foster-Mllburp! Co., Buffalo, < > a'v
Brjan_ laid out._ New York, sole agents for the United A B
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t. 0 State .
Tamoa It be congratulated on securing \
to WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS Remember the narne-D.oaD'I-and 4 Realty-I bought and sold. fX Favorite Fertilizers .

two big\ convention of or anx nv yon.rt... your Kidney? lie,. take no other. .. | Houses rented. lit -- ,
labor for this the Hull - ------ .
lied year- Jinn you nerrona sy.tem and (I '
reamed Iro..bl..ttb kfclner and bladder A Taxes paid and Titles verified
your lit
e Trade Section of the A. F. of L. and Rave rove nalui to lolnn,ado back(rolni and I I for non-residents. / FOR CITRUS AND ALL OTHER CROPS.FERTILIZER .
2 Electrical Worker bladder? have you a flabby appearance of theace. M lit
the ;
..nipccilall. under the rjrnr Too roqumllr 2 Fire Life and Accident In- --0--- .
desire IO-PIM urine Ifix>. H'IllUron'Kulueypi '
It I- reported President Gomez of 11. will cure Toil.-At Oiceula Hlmrmacy > surance. _.*

$ Cuba U undoing Magoon's good work. I'no.'IUc. rw tII Indemnity Bonds. / r I MATERIALS -

I "The only salvation for thai country 1* II t-'V.'V.'V ...

w for the United State to take it over f ,
Dr. R. Goldstein INSECTICIDES
) and make It.. part of its territory.

a I I Osceola--County -FOR ISALESBYJ. ',
}>i iAbout the mot nauseating rot that OPTIC SPECIALIST A .
bal oome uDder our notice during: our "

f newspaper life\
t, JaokioDTllle Metropolis devoted. to the, AGENT FOR

oclety happening .m DG'the negroes I,I I. ,
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Sanders Fertilizer Company. Jacksonville. Fla.', ';i ';'

-7..J. &,ao.*ay* the Democrat!' Real estate ...111 ee.ly !. ".. .\"",,.,
J.H.REDD1TT Tltl s xamiDed and reported oo I. r .t ? ;JO. "... I
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elect the House of Represen ,:' lt: ..,; ;.
will l next I' OF TAMPA Taxes paid for r oo- .Ident. .:..;;. .'
'\atl.... W.'hoo. hU prediction willOome JEW E-L ER ANDREPAIRER. I Instruments relatlq' to real estate : .
true but we believe he made Will be in Kissimmee from MONDAY. carefully drawnCorrespondence

1 come such statemeuts.that regarding {I MARCH 1, TO SATURDAY, MARCH 6, at j W CH Solicited.!
I Call jrf\A I see my Line of WatchesAny {
the late election. [
NOTICE !
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1 Tb.po>1Pty Commtnloners of Oce'I Eyes examined and glasses scieptfflcally article of Jewelry: Promptly Ordered .
i. Ola county regularly subscribe for 200 We L. DUZOH "
adjusuni., Don't negleer'your upon Request. m To reduce stock ;in order to make room for my summer t
'copies) of the Kllmncee Gaxette. The children's / Edison Phono.japhs and Records. .
eveq. stock of sprinaioods we will sell our entire lot of Silk at
County Commissioners of Osceola are ,
All eye troubfe\ o p wise la their day and generation ''
Tampa Tribune. headaohe relievConultatto One-Half Original Prices .
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and examination tree.
REAL ESTATE
!;,, The Tobacco Corporation 1 I. now Offloe hoofsi: 9 a. m. to 4 O. m. '

'Called a "giant trust" by the Republl- j Will. sell Woolen Dress Goods at ACTUAL COST OR

eau*. That I II the same class of polite LESS for the next 30 days ror Cash Only. ,.

.loal thinker who a few months aeo KISSIMMEE FLORIDA '

t styled the American Tobacco ,Copubhe \ a 0. atar.ly, .
Y.M..apsi 4 r ww a.fl.k of
benefactor. I eIetw-ty Mr.-fir{Hera. w. 1 j
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't I k.-Nalrta.d i A sa-t ..edate scow. G. .F. KKIBBS, H. C.. STANFORD COMPANY :. .
A'bill ha been Introduced In the ,
A-wl.a. Its.to.wr and a a waattfl -
'New Mexico .legislature to tax bachelor 1 wawa.raa Oar w.w11LacAar- lk.wry. ATTO N KY-AT-UA ,.. ; -.

and widower. the sum of 926 an- :. wrr a.
S.N. Poem a co, Office; in the Court House-Kis- .
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auan, be equitable the bill Celery IIM.1. -. ,
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simmee.
:.bou rovidethat every woman must ,
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v or ao to jail. trial of causes the law firm! of 1 "

Massey & Warlow of .
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'rr \V* hope we do not arouse the ire of Lands OrlandoDR..1. "

our Sanford cotemoorarles. when we Has for sale choice land In every

make the statement. that the .soil In portion tif Florida, adapted for farming \V SIMPSON I IDENTI"i1. Purest DrugsBY
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sad around Kltslmmee product more or the !growing of fruits and vegetables )

celery lettuce, cabbage, strawberries: of every variety: also phosphate .
timber! and ranc*! lands. I I ---'
pineapple and anything else than any At .
Bother section: of this counw-T, and that l-xl"t'pti..nallv fine bargain! la orange Upstairs In Katz Building. /

t4 : "the round can be purchased for avery groves List your property with OFFICE HOURS. : I I} H a. tom.5:30P. m. ARE SOLD '.
t ; him he cafe cell It, rent It and collect 1.30 : m. -
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dollar\ an acre but U 1 I. a fact i Telephone No. 76 Jun 5. lyr
rent
that everyone subscribes to who has your

l investigated the matter.Pitiiatbcas Moderate i Agent for best Fire and Life.Insurance -
and Armour's Fertiliser. W. W. CARSON,.C. D. S. ,

Give a Social. DENTAL PARLORS Osceola Pharmacy

nil Phllathea\ Class of the Methodist I II Kissimmee Florida. RIVERS' BUILDING I I :

f Bund ay school gave a very enjoyable OVER OSCEOLA PHARMACY .
"George Washington Social" Prices .
t OD Monday evening!', Febru; >y %2. at OFFICB HOURS j 1 8 TO1r PMO. ---
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;, the lovely home of Mr. and Mrs"-John' ; I Sprigg FlemingCLEANING i ,1 TO taew.Ls.WI

a Lee, for the benefit of the Sundae Kissimmee
'.acbwl Ubrar,. Howed plant and .. Wagon Works
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flowers added to the attractiveness! I- :
the room The receiving committee, OPl-OSITK (.MIUIHTIAN\ !; CIIUKCII.
.Mlsse* Mildred Lee, Eloise Moon, PRESSING

Virginia Tiller Gstelle Overatreet DYEINj y '- Under 4 New Management with Thorough Experience and Up-to-Date .
sad Mr*. Claud Lee were charming Blacksmith Wheelwright and .
a la bright: colored colonial costume ... REPAIRING PHYSICIAN AND SURGEOKRmoucm \ Horseshoer. ;
End with-powdered hair. iCtL
An intenatingandappropriate. program : PBOKB 3X gatrazN.FUOUDA. All Kinds. BlacksmithWheelwriKht-: Work and Horseahoein

of mulo, recitation, eta, was apnea, PWOMB T. ... a Specialty( 7 J
_ well carried out and wane old fashioned Leave word at house! and cloth*swill ANDIVITALITYMOTTS.
my HEALTH '
.am.*-.... Io owed. Late la J. M. WILLSON JR.JttSSlMMKK be called tor and returned. N."VINiPILLa ALL WORK- GUARANTEED t"r.r
to* ,evenlnif light re reabm D&* were TO.SATISFY.:
Tb..re.t troD and tonic ratnranve tor menwomra.
.,erved..... aaicet FLORIDA --- .e.1 produce. .trrn.lh. and ttlalttybutldanp c I IM
7Cnumberofgoodtwek.a. normalvisor i
ibe.y.Iemsad renew* the Solicit Your Tr
to the VOTARY UTJUCMTATE av LARD -' for. o.-.oIa. 1'barmaey wr bymatt 0 .
amof yno.gy-wereouatributd &)" >y 111 Trell' R. JOHNSToriJr-- ----
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The'Klsslmmee Valley GaietteTELEPHONt.NO.11. Latest'styles i in ladles'{ shirt waists If-you( want yourjhpuse papered or a Married at Orlando.; Baby Hands ANNOUNCEMENTS.For f t!

at H. C. Stanford; Co. neat'signmade. set G6o. A. Gilbert t.t : will get Into mischief-often it. rteans
Beeland
Mr. E. S. manager of the
rPUBLISHEDpEVERY Mr S. B. Aultman 'is spending a >> P: 'O. White; the optician, baa just Kissimmee Telephone Co., and Miss a burn or cut or scald. Apply Bal- ,'" :

J few days in Tampa' on business this received a new oculometr. scope, one Fannie Temptaton! of Clinton, S. C., lard's Snow Liniment just as soon as Marshal and Collector. rAt .

week. of the latest-Instruments for orooerlytesting gave their friends quite a surprise\ the accident happens, and the pain will the olleltatlon of many friends I bar. daelded .
be relieved while the wound will heal A
FRIDAYBY Ladies' ready-made skirts in all / the eyes and fitting glasses.If last Monday night when it became to become a candidate for the office of City: \.
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quickly nicely. A for
sure cure
styles ana' colors at -H. C. StanfordCo. jour eyes bothering you this known that they' had been married in Marshal and Colleetor.. and hereby eoJIdt lbs rap* it'
sprains, rheumatism and all pains.
' instrument will surely locate the Orlando. port of the roUrt of Kladmmeo. t
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Price 25c GOc and 1.00 bottle.SoJa .
HAR'IS. ,
t.la. per
trouble. free. 9tf
Examinations! Accompanied by Misses Ray Prat.herand -
6 WAKRKN SONO.
Mrs. ,. G. Oott'walles returned! to by Iloberson's Pharmacy. ? t 1
I Susie Dale and Messrs. Henrv T.
..- Dartqw Wednesday after a pleasantvisit A Sunday school was organized at -
Stanford and Holmes Prather this
OFFICIAL WEATHER REPORT. here with Relatives and friends.St. the 'Episcopal church last Sunday, : F.pr Rent or Sale. For Marshal and olleotor."t"
A...*..*... temp.reture for .....11 ndln.riu.d.r. ..- with an enrollment of fifteen pupils.Mr. young couple went up to Orlando on I revpeetf lolkHt the support of all the eittcena !
. Guild will\ the the 1 o'clock train, presumably on a Residential and of.
F.b. 18. 100 meet at farming property
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W. 0 Hanklns Is the leader in of Ktaalnun: .for the olBoe of Marshal.. f
home of Mrs. Clay Johnson on Tues.- the movement and will also act as superintendent sightseeing expedition, and after ar sixty acres well fenced, at., Hammock .
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day afternoon, March 2nd, at 4 riving that city secured the services Grove; house fully furnished and in Tax Collector: at the pproaehlns eleotkm T
of the school.
Mas. IIID: r elected it will be my plans aa well ai my duty .11.
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of F. performed order
o'clock. Rey. Calloway, good ; outbuildings and farmingimplements .
FOR SALE-Fire-room cottage/ front the ceremony at the Tremont Hotel flowing artesian well. to meet all the requirement of the ama wttkfidelity 'jf"
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Cashier N. B. Carson of the and
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-I and back verandas. large lot rood about 6.30 p. m.t the party returning Apply to .MB. DROUGHTSix --4-
Friday.. ..... ....::. .. 78 68'Batuidap [Bank, is having his residence on barn. Twenty large bearing orsnge home on the evening train. J. McFHATTKR.:
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Bunchy .I. 79 t 48: Broadway, hlngled and otherwise trees. Income from rent and fruit The groom is one of KlsslmmeeV Nights' Go As You Please Race.
; : :: :: $3 63 l ;1prOve ,,- -, $140 Price $650.ARTHUR popular and deserving '
. MoIaj a year. most young How many tired fathers and moth- For Marshal. sad Collector. a
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Tu-.lar..dnndai $6 W 01\ For the best fitting latest styles in E. DONEOAN. businessmen, whiletbebridehas for the err in this town enter this race every I announce {myaelf aa a candidate for Marshal

Thursday' .. :66 44 ladles' and children's footwear go to past few years been numbered among night carrying a baby? And they won and CoUector and aollcH.your __ If eleete I $
the old reliable shoe dealers-H. C. Mrs. Pilley returned home yesterdayfrom this county's most popular and efficient der w Jat the matter Is. Chances are will do/my duty l
Atlanta where she had been
Stanford Co. teachers. the child Is bturvIng'':'-worms are eating C.C TULINOTON'..
spending the past ten days visitingthe The happy young couple are now receiving -
all of Its food. Most children
Rev. H. Kelgwln will preach at the large millinery establishments, tbe congratulations and well
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WKWN have needn't. White's
Presbyterian church next Sunday seeing the latest styles and purchasing wishes of their hundreds of friends, in worms; yours I 4
usuaS\ Cream Vermifuge will get rid of the For Marshal and Collector
morning and evening at the her spring and summer stock Of
which the Valley Gazette most heartily
and the child. Price
LOCAL FIELD. service hours. millinery.Mr. worms strengthen Belieriiuf that I can nil the office of Marahal ..
< joins. 25: cents bottle. Sold by Ryober-
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and Collector to the eatlaf action of the dttoene of
Just Arrived....The most 'uptodateline Geo. T. Harrison and family of son's Pharmacy. ,
K............ and miring*on my penonal issued for
-I <>> of wall paper samples ever l shown Clrclevllle, Kan.,,arrived\ In the city A Card From Mr. E. A. Gilbert. the cast twenty-two year In tale county I h.rw._ :,

yyybK- - -- ------------------------------ in Klssimmee. See Geo. A. Gilbert.. yesterday and have rented the Wright assumed; the of __J-smndry., by announce my candidacy for MId oflo ... -
Having management .
Special attention to out. of' town or- cottage in North Kissimmee. .It 1.1 Fraternity House I feel I The agency for the White) 'Star rom'.. If th. people elect me. to poifom A ''11

Wade the Tuner/ Orlando. ders. probable 'they will make Klsslramee I the that it l Is duty Opera as to let laundry is now at the Home Store, duty boneatty and faithfully to the beat of sop

Typewriter for *5, J. M. Wtllson, Jr. Singer Sewing Machines and also their permanent home., -"-- tbe public my and patrons manager know where. I and if you wish to have the boy call ability. WALTER LORENZ

M. Wheeler & Wilson's, and all I machine Mr. Isaac Anstaathead of the stand and what I will endeavor to do. on you weekly, just ring up 154, and
Dwellings, for rent apply to applies for sale at the Home Store. i I Shaker colony located at Shakers. N. First-To keep order In the house you will be put on our list, and calledon For COA. ll..a..
Tiller. The work \is all In
weekly.
Or Cash! or installments. Everybody can Y. has been on a visit to the colony during my management. This I will efficient: and at done\Tampa I hereby announce myaelf a candidate for the
For Bicycles, Shanlbarger,96t. afford to buy a machine. | .of this sect located near Ash ton and do if there are olHcers enough in the an prices. manner office of City'Councilman, and solicit tbe rapper* 31

lando. ?; Pasteur's Anti-Venomous Serum l la is was a welcome caller at the Vallev town and county to do so. of the_era.1 K1ulm_ I IJO'IN

Mr. W. 8.Harwell made a business sure cure for snakebite. Hunting Gazette office last Saturday. Mr. Second-To book only such shows Hamlet M. HANSEL.
trip to Mulberry Wednesday. parties should provide themselves Anstaat keeps posted on local matters that are clean, moral and entertaining. I
columns this and with bad melancholy, probably caused by
through the of paper Third-TO treat everyone courtesy -
Mil Jessie Cornell is spending several a tube before starting out. For sale stated that he was pleased to find and respect, and am ready at all an inactive liver. A bad liver makes Notice to Taxpayers.
Klssinomee Co.
week. with friends In Tampa. by the Drug things here just as represented by the lines to anything that will add to one cross and Irritable, causes mental 1 will be at the different places list 41"t

"- The Home Store are agents.for the Mrs. J: W. Aderhold went down to Gazette. He says he will be down the pleasure of any of the patrons of and physical depression and may result log property as per dates mentioned ,

WhJtffBtarUiundry.) Phone 1&4. Tampa last. Sdtyirday4 having been again later, and will probably makea the Opera House, disastrously. Ballard's Herbine below: '
I' called to that city by the necessity of much lonl"er.tliY.. In want each and every one to enjoy I is acknowledged be the perfect liver Shingle Creek or Precinct No.. 2, 1
John MJ Han el is a candidate for another operation upon the eye of her fi every moment of the time spent in the regulator. If you're blue and out of Tuesday, March 2nd,' !"
city councilman. See announcementcolumn. ,son Fr@d.' The editor of the Valley Gazette Opera House, aud It can be done hall) sorts, gel a bottle today posltlve Precinct No. '3thWed
in receipt pf a package of tea and also thai come will conduct themselves as cure for bilious head ace; constipation, Campbell or -
.' Miss Grajbiel, a returned missionary some seeds of the tea plant from they. should. Let us all pull together chills and fever and all liver com- nesday:'March 3rd.

Key Johnson cams up from Mul- will\ speak\ at the Christian church our venerable friend ,Dr. D. M, and have all the enjoyment we can. I plaints. Sold by Roberson's Pharma. .Peghorn or Precinct No.' 4,' Thurs.day .

.'berry".Wednesday to spend a few day.. next Monday afternoon, at 4.16, under Breaker.who Is for the present sojourning rill most heartily thank everyone for cy.. . March 4th.

., witn his family . _, the ausploe.of Christian Woman's / at his old home at Ravens!, their kindness and cooperation lu Crabgrass. or PrecinctNo.< 6,' Tuesday -
school .
supplies from the
Get'your March Bth.;
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Board of missions. All are cordially 3. C. near which place a large tea ,
the
St.. : having the cleanest opera house in
Mrs. Harry'Kogero of Augustine I INrs. invited.S Farm and factory is located. Dr.. Kissimtnee Drug Company. They Whittler or Precinct No. 6,_ Thur.t
Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Breaker states that he l Is making every state-not in oneway, but in every ,. carry a full line, add tt they baven" day, March 11th. t

S. L. Lupfer. E. Bass and wife, who have been effort to dispose of his Interests at thing.Thanking all in advance for the help hat.701\ want, will order It for you. Bassinger or Precinct. No. 7, Saturday -

Mrs. Edgar Oliver\ of Savannah, residing In Georgia for the past sev that place, which he hopes to do before that I feel they will give me to attain I I March 13tb.Narcoosseeor; .

Ge., is the guest of her parents, Mr. eral years, where the former holds arrived a long, when he will return and Invest this end, I am, i ROGERS' LIVERWORT March 5t.b.Klnlmmee. Precinct 8, Friday, ,'

and Mrs. N. B. Carson. responsible, ] railroad position, in property here. Very truly, yours, TAR AND CANCHALAQUA ,
last visit to relatives and 1 or Precinct 1 from
night on a ,
E. A. GILBERT. For the ooraplBte cure of Cough, Colds.
(,, :r We now have in stoca. as plendld old friends. Mr. G. E. Garrett, a nephew of Mrs.E I Asthma and Bronobltli all LnnKoomplalnta March 16tU on. a

line of both pound and box a'atlon- Nelson Fell, has acquired an interest Liverwort, Tar and J. L. OVERSTREET
ery.-Klsslmmee Drug Co. The Rt. Rev. Wm. Crane Gray D. In the Osceola County AbstractCo Dandy Dixie Minstrels.The rklIOth'r have for ace mantalned an Tax Assessor Osceola County. t
of Southern Florida will entabllalied reputation. a. andard
D Bishop a courtiremedjr.
For Sale-Settings of 16 Plymouth make a visitation s'rvlce to St. Jphn's and will take charge of the office evolution of Ethiopian entertainment It ooltt&ln. no opium or harmful ISplendld assortment of dress dDIr\
on March 1st. Mr. Garrett is a native drug, can be given with safety to'children
for (1 be bad bv calling brings the. art of colored
Rock
eggs can church on Sunday evening next. The hams
Floridian, having been born In' lriea 11.00. Sold only by Oaoeola Pharmacy. at H. C. Stanford Co. >
up on phone Paradise Island. visitation service will be at 7 o'clock. minstrelsy to the acme of its profession -
and I. the of the late L. {y
I Orlando son given by the
performance
The Christian and Missionary Alliance All are welcome. O. Garrett, formerly an Or'ando citizen Dandy In Dixie Minstrels, wbo will be I \ .

will meet at tbe Christian church The health and accident insurance and well known to the pioneers of seen at Fraternity Opera House tonight / ,,

next Tuesday nigh at 7 o'clock. policies of the U. S. Health and Accident this section. Mr. Garrett is a young ( Friday ). The Dandy Dixie Minstrels 1

Use Plank's Chill Tonic. Guaran Insurance Company are known man, and until recently has been 'attending comprises thirty stars of the black face Furniture

teed.Price 26 cents. Sold by all and bought in every village and hamlet .- ."" school In the eait, art, beaded by Rilly Kersaods; a I ,
.r' druggists\ ull78Stovejwood in the United States. Try one. grand old minstrel man and an all-
H. B. LEAKS State Manage-) In last week'Issue we reported that and
Campbell
delivered town at Mr. Rotundo exhibiting bunches. around comedian; ,
in P. O. fox 397 Orlando, Fla. was I
delineators
and character

1.00 per strand. of celery weighing 4J pounds, but 1 liter Meauz, sketch! m
16-tf KlSSIMMEB-LTJMBER CO. Tbe U. S. Health and Accident Insurance information proves that this Kis- ol toe funny kind;; Prince, .
. Co. sold more insurance than simmee truck farm is producing the most versatile of all colored performers ,.
-Mrs., A. W. Winn and little daughter any other company doing business in 1 bunches of celery crisp and white and j skilled in manlpulatlnghoops, Bargains- r

Mae, left Saturday for a short Florida in .January 1909. ,Wby! weighing 61 pounds. We would; like walking wires, magic, and a great
In Tampa and St. I Montrose Douglass f
visit to relatives Read the contract. -'- to hear of some larger bunchss. Klsslmmee trombone virtuoso;

Petersburg. H. B. LKAKK. State Manager while only In her experimental champion trick bicyclist; James

D. 'to. Floyd has secured a lot of P. O. Box 397, Orlando, Fla stage, has acres of land the equalof Crosby, tbe elongated comedian and
the
thoroughbred Rhode Island l Red chick Mr. Rotundo's, which truckers eccentric dancer; Buddy Jones,
Mr. C. C. Brown left this week for marvel Manzy
ens and will sell settings of 17 eggs who are in the market, declare willfertilize pickaninny dancing ;
his home in Mentone,1 Ala., but will sections of Campbell, soft shoe dancing champion;
for $1. 'If the soil of manv
from them
return In two or three weeks. Mr. the South. the Cotton Pickers' band, under the We have decided to sell off the remaining stock

f Miss Maggie Johnston left for Bra- Brown baa been spending sometime leadership of Alonzo Montgomery,

dentown Wednesday, where she was here and Is well Pleased with Kl slm- Whenever an insurance company the black Creatore, and tbe -Dixie of Furniture at figures which'. make Bargains.We
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\. called to attend a patient In the capacity mee and this section, and we under- proposes to write youhealth and accident Rangers' quartet. .
I \ of a trained nurse. 'stand that It Is altogether probable Insurance on the dollar-a-month '

that he will move his family here and baslr, put your hand on your pocketbook Consult Dr. Goldstein. \ will. sacrifice as follows.., strictly, for CASH, ::1hilo4lleylas
\ 1X>ST-A gold fraternity pin with become a.permanent resident. or something will happen both -
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jewels it; name on back L. Kendrick. to ynii And your poclmthfiolf.' An ln- I n... R. Goldstein, h'ODUO well-known : 4

1 Please return when found to -7O urrolamerthe1state-Missouri durance company thai proposes. to pay specialist) of Tampa, who has .

C. A. CARSON. leads with the state -of Florida as a ''itl claims in full charges its police' fitted many of the best people of Klsslmmee 12 Iron1 Beds . . . . . ' . . . . . . . . . . . ',. .7.60 too..l0.00-- '

Mrs. R. Irvine, who had spending close second, is the record of the U. S. holders a sum proportionate to the and surrounding country with (These beds are regularly sold at from $10 to $15.), '
Health and Accident Insurance Co. will The Inn from Mon-
I' hazard of the occupation and yays glasses, be at
some tine here with the family of 1 Heavy Oak Sldeboar'd. with bevel plate front (regular price $28).t) ()
for January 1909.( The reason? The you promptly. The United States a-Marcb let, to Saturday, 6th ( Inclusive -

returned her son-in-law to her, home Judge in G.Orlando F. Parker last,. most liberal contract; that's why. See Health and Accident does business ), where be will test eyes free Toilet washstand, value W.60 . . .'. . . . . . . . . . ., . . .... 9.00 '

Friday.Mr. or write on the square and we do not want and fit glasses. 2Washstands, value $5.60 each . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . 3.90 '<

H. B. LEAKE, State Manager your business In any other way. WriteH. Headaches of years standing!, baffling 2 refrigerators, value $11 each . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . g.BO
J. N. Floyd and wife of Balti- P. O. Box 397, Orlando, Fla. B. LEAKE, State Manager, doctors' treatment, cured with
more, who have been spending several P O. Box 397, Orlando, Fla. glasses by Dr. Goldstein. 2 Ice-boxes, value $8.50 each. . . . . , . . . . . . . . .. . ..
weeks here, stopping with the family ,' Messrs. H. W. Atkinson and Dick Don't neglect your children's eyes. 6 Centre-tables, 16 Inches, value $1.25 each, . . . , . . .". . .,-. . . '90-

of Col J. L.. Moon, left Monday Lardln' of Tarentum, Pa., were in towna On Tuesday last Mr. and Mr"*, Lon 4Centre-tablesclover-leaf 24 inches, value $280each. , . . ' . . . . . 2.0Q F
few days this week Investigating: the l/snn entertained several friends witha New spring goods at H. C. StanfordCo.
fur Sarasota trucking industry In ttia section. launch ride to Shingle Creek. The 2 Centre-tables, square, 24 inches, value $4.00 each . . . , . . . . . .', 1 59

Mr. F. E. Williams began laying: They attended the Board of Trade i party left the city dock at 8 o'clock 1 Child's Arm Rocker, value $2.75 each . . . . . . .'. . . . . . . . 2.00
A small monthly premium paid by
the foundations Monday for a neat meeting Monday night and expressed aboard Mr. Dann's trim little launch, yOU to the U 9. Health and Accident 1 Misses' sewing rocker, value $2.25each. ._ , . . . .. . . . . . ... 1.60
his lot between themselves as highly pleased with the Emmaline. A l landing was made
five-room cottage on Co. the best 3 Extension dining tables value $8.50 $15.00 ,
Insurance gives you pro- to each . ? . $7.50 to $12.00
Colonel .Adevhold's place and the what they had so far seen. They had near the mouth of the creek and the
Christian church. \ visited other sections of Florida and morning:spent in fishing etc. After tection. Try one of our policies. 10 Cots woven-wire, value $2.75 and $2.90 each, . . . . $2.00 aad 92.25
H. B. LEAKS State
thought our lands as good or better halving 8upplled.themsehe with all Manager{ 2 Commodes; value $6.50 each .s: 00
Mr. I:. Sskatsume, a Japanese student P. O. Box 397, Orlando ,Fla.Worn .
than aoy'they had found elsewhere, the fish the wanted and partaken of
from will de- And several other" items-which. "we will be glad to show.At .
Boston
University and teat they could be Cleared and Mrs. Dana's bountiful lunch, the .

1' liver\ aD address at the Methodist. put into condition for planting at a party proceeded further up the creek Qut. these prices we cannot pay freight but will deliver free to any M+1+
>t .. church Sunday< night" on "Christianity much less expense. These gentlemen to Mr. O'Berrv's place where some That's the way you feel about the *
, in Modern Japan. Don't rains it are Investigating for themselves and' lime was spent looking over this beautiful lungs when you have a hacking cough. house in the city. -

Messrs. L. J. Griffin and Clarence some of their friends to End a suitable farm. After all the places of interest It's foolishness to let it go on and

!, Gritlln father-and brother -of C. W. place to locate and engage In the had been visited the party returned trust to luck to get over it, when Dai- THE i

Griftln, were over from New Smyrnalast trucking business, and judging from to the launch and thence home, lard's Horehound Syrup will stop the HOME STOREKISSIMMEE

week, and together with the lat their expressions while here they will reaching the city about 2 o'clock. The cough and heal the luogs. Price 25c, ,'.

ter visited Tampa and took\: in the no doubt report favorably for kc8sim-: guests were Misses Tiller Dann. Sey 50c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold bv Rob FLORIDA.

- Fair.- mee-upon their return home. I mour and Watson. er on's Pharmacy, :;
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1 l-:' : .-voice, as she 3"lelde4 to the-movement :

LUNG HEMORRHAGES jr bTWhtc1FJiqdrew e7MlMeira" lamp- :; .

a' and loosening her-veil, she lifted it, -
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U I TOOK PE- RU.NA.) l raising lie eyes with their well remembered -

Cjotit.tiiiiseec..1. : -. expression 'of thoughtful Job'5Pr'intin-g-
----- candor to his How lovely they were!

Tf 1 1J aS1r1'b.erif aI Wlth, wlta.t rapture/ i.Gbnn; read (n
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( them tho' conflimiUlon of her nssur .
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ancoahat she Aval the. Bme lUsIo he .. .
I had 'Ifr-KeJ and lost. she was """' ,
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k : : __ Mystery "' changed;; :jN.he swe9' e'es'V\ re unutterably ' -
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- !tk By; MRS. ALEXANDER.CHAPTERJMIV : was less, roundeBv..,' The soft lips were IS NEXT TO NEWSPAPER: ADVERTISING.: /

pale and jjulvered nervously. and the '

sasfi hand ho still$ held "'a .'hlnher. She'I ... -... .:.. .THE'BETjDVERTS'INCIN..THE-WORLD.; -.

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r f' 13 '"Very ....011:" returned Daering. plva trembling that bad sI'tP' her. '

: .' Canning Light. 'I "I'll donio with youGVsnn \" . Glynu's \\hple soul went out '?td.,,her We have. been'verv fortunate insecuring '.'

V wai dismayed.) Did Deering In love- and trust; he could ardly"q. .
, 4.L I Glynn was true to 'his! pro nllio. .eujpWt. na: he did, that this cloaked elat the Impulse to clasp her to hit' the services of one- of the

i He forced himself back to'WiWthlngof and veiled figure mlfht l bo Elsie: Lam l heart, to shelter her against all ill In

, i-- his old routine. He took a\doaie\ | be 'f? If so, what could he do. to save his bosom' But talghtxtlic not be the and most experienced pfint- .

, : interest liCbuslness than before, cad. 1''her from Ills recognItion I wife of another man? An)tMng '

1 found something of itllct In! thA moo: Ills heart thrilled, V.it'h-paln nnd nilgTi't iinvo happened lining (IJie Jerllblo i;ain thstatand'are'now'ab1ebest ,

, :. b tftl! effort.: I It pbIIge&ithutmakt) .- - d1ii1ttbtTh bare I Idea oretandlng blank,, i ntl, nbo\e) all, he rnust; -

:, "../ Men ,suM uijnn) wns gr ally ono more faru( to face with \his j pst win h'rCoJ1Udnce.; to execute Job Printing- of everydescription i
'Cha"nsed> since! that bad- fever ho bad<
tho
lovefiat secrets would that tneetlog "Ah jes, 3011 are Indeed simne.
* . MISS NINETTE PORTER. had. Women thought hlnrninie' In- uncoil Meanwhile he never lost }Yh-\\\ h\' 1:na you given ua all this in all leadiiig st'les. i

: -' terc-stlng. ,The truth was; hardly. I sus- sight of' the figures going on before sorrow, this, fearful anxiety Think
Mmainclle: .
Porter llraintrce Vcr
mont, write: "I' have been cured, by I>ccted. them aud Docrtrrg spoke at Intervals of what jipiir poor father has suffer, !l. The classxrf work turned out by. :"' -
_1'oruna. One 'of the chief Interests! In till ,I Do you know that he has gone to [ :

The"I 1 doctors lind.l xncral' did hemOM'hnil" of I ho I"DR"n. new phase of Gl>.nna' existence was There's an. empty hansom. nt last" i' America to sfai6h, for you . us is acknowledged be the finest
not help mo much audwoiil .I .
to watch Dcerlng whom he frequently I fatli 'i':! she repeated "my
,I nvicr bacured. me. he 'I'1..d. "My ,
".1 "anr tontimonml in a i' 4. cnno similar to mitio, and<1 I xiininoncnlusing Glynh did not reject bis advances, sl1ld. Glynn. Dut don't let 1110 interfere :l "I must not keep 'jou'.here In the ;:
It. I wrote to V. j llirtimm' for adMce ,
..1J... kuiillt1; gate me free' n.hi.e. though; never lapsing Into Intimacy. with )'ou." I I I cold dark 'i'treet. I cannot let sou printers anywhere ,
"I wim not ohio( t to wuit "*ni in>'.itIf( when, Dcerlng often spoke J.amliorl, and, "Oh/: don mind walking; with go alone. M.\)' I not ctJme\) with you ?" .

I betfMi ring It. I K-MIH/I" \' Miy*,.l
r..t.. me.but .I could, set Unit/J. K wni helping New York police had their cje UJ1'nIhlm. keep" her.iic&l.\ ")'011 must let 1113 go I cannot, dare I IIn

*- Aftor" I had (nkon* it n while I pom- that ho had arrived all right "Why does he persist?" thought not "let )'ou conio with me. I must .

Tncnee4-4a--rlaca UA' .tringjtit1(1, IIIh. landed. coil gone away South almo.vi Glj'iin, "I am going to look In on nn not tell you an.thlng.ow ." .

.ioas tance in from niv IUIIRI 1 cuntuiUMj I hIM urow the lomb nnd Immediately artist friend near. Tottenham Court : ":-; thAt I have found' you, do this ttlre'pss! age one loss to be -I-- 'SS .
quantity aa treat
Gradually It dawned upon Gbnn Hoad," he said aloud. j'ou think I will lost sight of you wide 1 awake to sio 'the trend of the '
laent.I greW Dloro."""hy. than I bad horn tat)\ Deerlng was watching him, that "Oh, very well; queer place1' these again'" tiflhea. Yfritt unit SI, ,ui-ut tos. A >f wo_

for weII"a lung time nnd now I call nijnclf he suspected him of knowing more ofKlslo's fellows put up In. By tho way, I have '.You will, I am sure, do what- Is I -- -'To Brek In New Shoes. ?3lIXI/i92zi,4w-,' 4q S
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disappearance than any one ha4anotherr'ecrtnfouvtniitunl -ire* 1 * A Bad Cotlg L.Mr _____ ____'--lBcrlie cartful not to let Del'rIng AlwayS Kfiuko in Allcun Foot,Earn, n M5cof5.GivltOhJo ,,
- "vas QualiUnnce, Lambert. lie is at St "I.etus njj\o on; we shall attract at 'The&ioc otaertw
.. Eimnn It but
Martin, OiliKnn.n) \ ., wrilen: powder lures aweating ncliingHwolli
-I cannot thank you enough' (",..i-ui, itif me sec that he )perceived this, and so, Louis! and baa! changed his came\: for I tention':"' .n feet. corns., iiigrowlug nails amibuuionH \ tTIjrnmun.
- "1-or t\\'o tram 1 d lc>< i "1'.01 I m> re% :&,.,. ,,'.',',a -OOD'N,5
which, ci'''t me ninny .il.'lhu. I 10111 mill I the two men kept her through his' and they l>m t 'iu'('(Ol't allY .uh tituto. Hnmplo mailed!
Indeed' then must! hue hada arm own .
.eel"bail ,,I- 1,i-milil to 1 eel I iikt"ni.Mi iilotp ci"u'uli vita so watch oxer( each other with deadly telegram" you slowly paced 1 up the street In which riiKK!: Allmiii\. Ulmst .d. Lo ltoy,N Y Tile promises a man uiuU< to himK -

,, pertinacity keenness, GirD keepIng overtaken Die who has, to01 k haid If lire pcklora kept
-"KitinJlr I-prirrtrnptsl II "UTt"oT Ti ninn. Yes, that Is, our friends; Claude he had her man
After .the, "n'u of six I 1."((11 t l,.a I feel (but I profoundest silence as to his conviction and Co., have communicated theirs ':Do you I think me capable of botrnjlng -. for a f c'\\ of the luxniles of Ijfe) (-n- For COLDS an l' (1KIP.IltrU'i ,
-c am cured that he had heard dale joys I them far I'hll1010 who has I
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jou' asked Glynn PjiiTni! Jthe I>p.t rpmKlTrrllrvi -
I\MIII| | who ol-jxt to I Ii'lind,I riH-ilitincn. to-me. If Lmnbert begins to try coneolment ,
voice he meuits to 1)0)' um) thing lie1 niiythink .n tli<. .,lilnir and fo\e-tstin-b"- rurestli
can now Miuri' > I IVruim t fnllctn, I (' well find out something" 'No: after n pause, as if to plan ('old and. .t,, norinttl i.uiicjltloitt! Its
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ho "s'ottlillike 1 1 to hneDi < rcn
1'or a frriilhn.I i 'rnt-.I I I,..,,]l.h-t| ctilillc-d I Sometimes he felt that he would ''I trust \>'c eh.ill. said Glynn me- her speed, ; ; but I have more than : lliiulil-clTii, 'Inimiclliuli. '. 1M.. 2:>c. Middm.
""ho lllllll ,\Iotit rilllMH." IKllltlXH, Tho I Rive! njl possessed to shako hlmstlf ... aldrujr ..0'..*.
1** hanlcally, his eyes greedily followng '- myself to think of You must not -ow n's Dronehlal Troches are a slm- ___ '
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Pi-rum Cci ( .iuuiliiis. t ttiini 1 M.nli l
< I'OHt rlcor of thi5 horror'bll'l "
"1',1. haunting \ I tho I two figu: i'e lamp nftci' lamp)) ask me anv questions plo and.1 ("OI"'III..nt rerhiclfor, llronhlal I )oc.. I 11))(', jol poisoned Ills life On the/.' whole, evil bedding its light upon tlunins thc' I Can you sa)' nothing:: Is there no Affections and ("ought In boxes 1I'l'rnll'l1", '
American Horses anticipations! predominated, I He hnd IJ8"Sl'd way in whUh I can helpou'" I i.; cents Samples) mailed, fiee, John I. ,- -- -
Icpn 4\t Lambert : Jromi & Son lIOh'tofllaaa.' Piles Cuiyd In 0 te 14 nays.
The d'dlllln"t of I -I,Ivp.'" o* llnhthorsehJji I : jjieatly l8aiipolnted) | It wns an rjtinordlnnr)' situation "I fear not-I do nof know-1.:-" "
1 atd'dnnro' of htm lie 'tould! Pal, Ointment is guaranteed tocore any
!.." I liei n i IK*table. In tli' t'ini' s 10 ho thus dogging the footsteps of she stopped( and drew n lone::, subbing Oin. iliasa\ un 4) I' r''r' bnuUA > I resent ItchniK Hlinil, llleeilinRor' 1'1'.1 coding

ed Stat't! ,! fu n !.nilliila!!' not i hoar: to think tint the unhnppx, Ihe quarry] vou, wished( to preservelorn !rl"nth-"I dare not Hiiak Any \\ liout !liii\lii-, n l h nutiful, tjo. 1'ilea in 0 to I 14 'days! or mousy refumlud. fiOc '
hir<'M\id 1 father hid \\lthdi.uMi his I .. .
recent ly l'i \\.H',1 I" tlu' lit')':trim",-nt I of your fellow hunter nnd jet 10IIC wor,1,! might betray more than I Itch cured! In :30 minute* by \Vix>Iford'.'

Agriculture with a glim;n ix" "i>'tl<>n confidence nt5a\olUiljly Icndjug!,: that huntirn ) ought" Sanitary Lotion. Netrrfaili At dMllfal.I"11 ..... I S Tall Wives, Short Men.
In the lust week of Peeling's
February -
the draft hortia hue been fut ci.;ni her t track "For jour father sake'!-think of ,
land agent ('anto town, hi Ing- \\ n 1 Iatl, man is haul driv1.li liesIIl ; 'shy 41n,1,1 diffident
; n-milly \
Dig men are
; strainstrantpluiitc 1 1ft "I I fancy jou don't want me, said nil ho must endure have _you any stakes /
log with bun llama, and calculations , jMill \ii|' In ''11 nasurance!:
maps '" nnd lacking "
L Of t the I light IIIIIRIS t lh, :Nnrr.iRinf : ; 'K-erlng.: nt lust Jftio- ? duty to come before wljat JOM owe -
To Uljnns sin' ,- 9 1 great prise- shoul'otthlnk Ttwomln wOio appeals to them
sett pacer was a famous (yin'| In C'ol Why I do not? him? '
he proved to bo a coitalu Dickcl- render*of this paper wtfl be pleased" to vUacious.
;otWnk""ot. pjiarkllng"
\ls'anl1y some .
interrupted CSljun Think of him d.o 1 . .
onlnl : the standard bred, nnd tli'o 8\,110, formerly one "I can't exactly( tell why, said< him? Mj love and duty are his only. that science hai bee o able to euro in all i ffllrjllke\ CTNllIr"'Ith 111111111,11'a's

horse The n| ei U.lUiullin of theso. This recognition led, to some neerlng, lAughIng, "but I-am sure Iam Cut"-she tried to withdraw her arm I.. Inem.anil that..C t.orrb. llnll'iCntnrrli : end roiiRlsh glances,-T14-\. 1<> man
Intercourse Gl nn, without .lou liberate ('iirp t the nnlr ijomrire now known to '
> u cure hurdene,
"types hAs T>oen a national bURln.1, right 'jou must let mo go; I dare not the mcdirel !fraternity. Catarrh being! a con- on the contrary, la seldom ..
- _nd In spite of iTnpnrtitlons from questioning!:, gathered n good!: GI'nn was nlmoBt beside himself stay," atituUunnl' dmeaae requirea' a conatitutional I with huimllM He< Is a bf'lngor great

abroad the natlin Mock has developed ( deal of Information which threw a wit h hope* dread and nervous tenon "I cannot let you go unless jou treatment 11 aji's Catarrh Cure m taken internally i aspirations and stupendous,; amhltlonsHe .
new light!': on Deerlng's character In ,acting dtr..tly upon' the blood and inu
and )held II ROT,'ti! some _jdiccctloas ,;. promise to meet me again or tell me coua aurfapeli" of I the (vitem,thereby de trojr- 1 believeit) himself w 'hlch Is the

Of draft horses en the otlvcr hand, Ills old acquaintance dined with! Another blln ton omnibus drove where I may see )'ou. No.1 will not fag the f undal on of the diaraae,and giving r<"uonVh he generally cart get tho
the only native typo nua the Conns- past and stopped. The two ladles release your arm. Clsle-Miss Lam- tlia patient strength by building up the con- woman of hit, choice to smile upon
him and they talked over logon"; ..fitnrfon and atmntmg nature in doing 11. I
toga: a breed that has now beromororopletely days and bojlsh escapade! with zest (aited to it, exchanging a hast) hand beit I have been pecking you for WQTK The propneton have ell much faith. hIm., The ilalntv I TltaiiK: like woman

extinct and hag left no at least oncldon's side pressure, and then the shorter of seven months ; my brnlit has reeledat in UK, curative power that they afTer One has no charms for him, snjs Woman's
discernible traccs-on the native stoclt. he two mounted swiftly, and vanished the horror of Its ,picture of jour lunllreil Dollars for any case that it faili to Lllp. The f\\c\ -foot.*lx cpsp'cn man
One cold, dry, dark evening Gljnnhad "bend fur list of tevtimonlaU Address
For heavy ,,work therefore Anierlicans accepted an Imitation to dine I swiftly Into" the interior fate; I cannot let you go now 'VI} cure F. J. ClIEKKr & ( o.. Toledo, U.SoM likes a woman to b(' one or, two Inches
must depend the Impaired Good night' cried OHnn\ abruptly do distrust ? Let ke
upon ( with Weldon at the hotel In Holborn you me me a bv Dnivmnta.. 75c his superior and thoroughly mature
Percherons Clydesdales and where he usually stayed, his short 1 ; "the "humble. bus will suit me ad- you home How could I leav '' you Take II-all-'-. Family--1'>11.-for-conatipation. I Ho dreads! any trace of the breadand, ,

IShlrcsThe visits to town nil rab ly. here In the dark alone?" / E'er.thillt11ay come to him who I butter school.girl. His ideal resembles -
!
national" ttalts which have rev Before his astonishedcompanion. !. "Oh do not torment nie>"sl1e ex waits, Uut vhat H the sense cf one thp strong, herplc omen
tilted' In theso conditions are 'evIdently I Dinner was over, and both men could reply he was beside the vehicle, claimed and her voice expressed such waiting until ho Is too old to enjoyIt has pIctured 1. full of character

somewhat different from what I were enjoying a cigar when\ to the which was etlll standing, as a stout pain that Glynn -olmwrt hesitated to. ? Shakespeare lair ,,.epickoftomper
I great, surprise of both Decking was and irritable elderly gentleman was _' and spirit..ltb.. a ,
has been supposed; for the speemania. ) < persevere In his efforts to detain her. fi !
Bore throat lends >, 'I'pns'Iift5QUtueyand _. < "
-
in. He apologized shortlyfor"his' s. ,
ushered
Is w-hat-hns caused the 1lgbt, painfully disentangling himself from ."In troth I long take you with me1 Diphtheria llamlins AVuwrd Oil, used : '
types' to be developed -and tbohea.vY intrusion and explained that among, the tightly packed passengers rnm sure you are kind and true andI as a gargle upon the tiret B/roptomi of a ., "

ones to bo neglected.] American 1Irl'Eld. I' he bad just had private Intelligence ,If you bad only let me'out first,'' tear tg' be)aloue; but I will brave sore \liroat, wIll invariable pivveut all . b"" , '-:-,. ..._,",."," .,.. -.::f{(
that the member for a borough town he exclaimed alighted. : three of.these dread diseanos. '- OWES , '' 'J'' ""'
angrily as jie ;
.rs have sacrlfled other\ qul UUes. anything; ;.enduroanything -rather 'j
the nea'r Denhara was .dangerously 111,. "Trouble-you for threepence" l Interrupted than fhenco I '
which" ,' in the opinion of , 'Depart'xnent say, came and whitherI PROVERBIALi LAZINESS.
and that he ( ) wished to win
of Agriculture, are more ..Important Peering. the conductor go. Bo not be angry with me." Jlnlcs-'Is It* so lazy then"
hi order to lower track record the probably vacant Beat He there "Threepence! why I only got In at 1 Sl}><:( burst Into an agony of tears ninks-"I zy"! Say, his motto ii

by a "ond'or twoIn i fore wished Weldom. who knew the Leather Lane." J leaning against him as If from sheer 'n ver put off till tomorrow what )you HER

the minds of unost persons, Vir local population, and was well able "All rightIallugton! Inability to stand nlone ran get somebody else to do for )'O"U -

,' ginia.- Kentucky and other parts of I'to feel its pulse to leave town next Another instant and Glynn occupied "Good God! Elsiewhat can I do today! "ClilCMRo( ", Mews

.* the South sro most commonly ns- morning and put matters In train for the stout man's place-rearer to comfort and help you? I implore> '

sedated with the pedigrees/ nnd development I an immediate canvass the door but on the opposite side to you to trust me It I let you go now HAD SEVERE WEEPING.!. ECZEMA I LIFE 10- !
he could withdraw without
As soon as
of the finest typos of the lady he was following-and they without retaining some clew by which
Face and JSeik Worn Haw-Terrible
.too rude a display of Indifference.
were rolling rapidly westward I find I
horses To all who hold thnt opinionIt can you, can never forgive Itching, Inflanunatloii and Hurcnesn -
Glynn rose to say good nlgbt: when "At first he would not let himself injself." I
Will be Instructive trace throughthe / -All Treatments FulledCutlrura
Deerlng somewhat to his ,auuo'ance.propoBed seem to see her, and by the light of "'
pages of the bulletin number' of 'I long to tell you much, all. but I a Great Success. \
great strains of racing carriage and to go with him. the omnibus lamp-he could hardly must not. Yet I might get leave; I ."Kczema began over the top of mf ear. Lydia E. Pinkham'sVegetable

'ad-Jla blood which although common. "I have no- more to say no*. Wei- make out her features so thin was might write Give me your address; It crocked end then began to spread I Compound

: ly associated with the South. In reality don. As soon: as the death or retire- the lace which concealed them Sud- I may write to ).ou." had three different doctors and tried eov
back to NeEngland.. ment Is declared I will go down to denly be saw ber start and draw her "\''III you promise this solemnly oral things, but they did me no*good At I Vienna, W:. Va.- "I feel that I owe
go directly aida of face and neck the last ten of life to L diaI1Ukhm'5YIfO.
Denham I cloak closer'together with a nervous faithfully?" last one my my were years my
: erected On reaching: the entrance of the I Had she recognized him "If do will raw Die water ran out of it so that I 1 1'f-' :-' .....'". '10 : SUtuiO of Ueblg IB to be movement I you let me go? I am had to weifr medicated cotton, and it waa table Compound.
Darmstadt, where ce was born In hotel) they stopped intending to calla Gradually his eyes growing famU- late already. He'will be so anxious!" so inflamed and lore that I had to put a ,f/-: Eleven years ago I """
cab and while waiting Glynn attention lar with the light and the texture of I .,',. :
.. bile! who a throb of fierce jeal- piece of cloth ver my pillow to keep the i .TIT ';' was a walking
.
1 PRIZE_FOOl) was attracted by' two 'cloakedand the vell, conviction grew upon him ousy vibrating through Qlynn's heart. water from it, and it would.l stain the. cloth + .i":<<";" ,tfl: : shadow' I had been

veiled women who were standing -that: he was not mistaken that It was "If you promise to see me once more a..,sort. of yellow The eczema itched so L under the doctor's

i.t.blf': KcoDomlcnl, Nourlslilng. close together, Just within the door Indeed Elsie Lambert, whon and where you will I will trust that it seemed l as though I could tear my f't ...., ,:; carebutgotnorelief.I4W .

-- way. One was tall and stoat, the At last he observed Elsie-yes, It you and let ; pu go. You serf, I have face all to pieces.. Then 1 began to use the ,t My husband l>er.
t .. N.br. ,t t'n; has outlined the Cuticura Soap and Ointment, and it was ; suaded me to try
other barely of middle size;. her was Elsie-murmur something to her more faith 1'o'u than you have In "
than three months before It E
food In a few words and that not more was Lydia I'inkliatn'sVegetable
personal: experience. Show rites: shoulders even though the rain cloak next neighbor who Immediately ,I me." all healed up: Mow Ann Pearsons, North- r- //IIo''t Com-*,
r our long experience with wrapped round her showed unmistakable called out: "No; you are free, I nm not. I field Vt., Dec. 101- 1907." t. '? poundandltworkedlike i
In grace-unmfstakable'and familiar "Conductor Chapel street ten this will promise to write to you before Potter Drug A them. Corp, Sole Props p a charm. It re-
-Nut. I cannot enough
: Bay ; a small hat was entirely enveloped lady." I Friday night, If you will promise..not of Cuticura Kemedica Boston, MassIf I Ilievedall rny pains
al-
favor. We have used this food
In a thick -veil which was The omnibus stopped. Glynn kept I to make any attempt to discover me and misery. I advise all suffering
continually for seven years. tied over her face" the ends being quietly in his place, but sprang out untlT after I have wrItten." a man who works for others be women to take Lydia E. rinkham's
sometimes>> tried other adver- the salary Is It Vegetable -
blessed, then man on Compound.MR EMJLA
brought loosely'round the throat to the she had him. The "
breakfast'foods but we Invaria. moment passed "Good; then promise for promise. WiifcAToN, Vienna, W Va -.
returned to drape-Nuts as the the front ..Gljnn's eyes were rivetedon omnibus, drove rapidly away. "I promise!' to write to you, and- Always Keeps a liottlft In the 110..... Lydia K Pinkharn'u Vegetable Com

palatable economical and nour this figure; while be seemed to be The slight !figure was'but a few and If possible, to see you." "About ten days before Christmas I pound, made from native roots and

: of all. peering! into the darkness and feltnervously paces before him In a quiet street "There must be nothing about possibility got my hand hurt so badly that I had herbs contains no narcotic or harin-
anxious not to direct Deer. the omnibus Hue. Tho of ful drugs, and to-day holds the record
I quit tea and coffee and leading'from said Qlynn. sternly. /"GIve to stop work right in the busy time
to use Post l1 and Grape-Nuts log's notice to the object which at- longed-for dreaded moment bad me an unconditional promise: or I the year" says Mr. Milton Wheeler. for the largest number of actual cures
IV'A of
female diseases of similar medicine
as a nervous wreck. I was so Ir- tracted him. : come. lIe walked rapidly past her, shall not leave you." 2100 Morris Ave, Birmingham Ala. in the country 'and any thousands of

I could pot aleep nights had "If he could only hear her ipea.1t! turned .round suddenly and confronted She hesitated and then said solemnly "At first I thought I would have to voluntary testimonials are on nio'ln

Interest In life. lie listened intently."It .her, exclaimed: "I promise" have my hand taken off, but some the Pinkham laboratory at Lynn.,
using Grape-Nuto a- short Is useless, we must try an omnibus 'Lambert-Elsie, you cannot "And I trust your promise" said one told mo to' get a bottle of Sloan's! I Mass., from women who hare been ,

: e I began to improve anSI all these it Is really safer" he overheardthe wish"- 0 avoid me?" Glynn "On my part I promise -not Liniment and that would do the work. I cured from almost every form of

I have,!pliappeared.- now I taller lady say. The other murmured She stopped and put out both ter to make any attempt to track ypn The Liniment cured my band and I I| female complaints, Inflammation ul-

a well won an. Wf two children something, and turning her hands with a repellent gesture of until I have received your letter, Cf gladly recommend it to everyone" | cenUion.dlsplacemenis.ttbroid tumors,
irregularities periodic pains backache
been almost? raised on Grape- head displayed in spite of her helpless terror that touched Gljan's rather until I have Been you." Mr. J. E. :Matthews proprietor of indigestion and nervous prostration., ,

I which they'eat three times a muffling a morsel of whU neck anda heart with Immense pity. There was a moment'ssllence; then St James Hotel, Corning, Ark., says i\ery such suffering woman owes It to

glimpse oj golden brown hair. "Is It possible you fear me?" he Elsie, who seemed to have recovered -'My finger ;was greatly Inflamed herself to pive Lydia E.; llnkham's!

a 'TIt)' are pictures of health and Ol>nn's heart beat. At all risks, he said, catching both her hands in his. herself a little said softly "Then from a Hah sting and doctors pronounced Vegetable Compound: a trial.

never had the least symptom of must keep that girl In view; any mIs- She was silent, motionless; but as good night! it blood poisoning I used | If you would like special advice

h trouble even through tbe take was better than to lose the faintest he almost unconsciously drew her "I cannot part with you yet! cried several applications of Sloan's LiuUmeat about your loSe write n. confidential -

'severe siege of whooping cough chance. But Deering must not nearer to him be felt that/-she was Glynn, passionately; "I cannot bear aud it cured mo all right. I will 1 letter to Mrs. IMnkhnm, nt

: ,- could retain Grape-Nuts when know his suspicions trembling so violently that bo could to let you go alone. Tell me. did you always keep a bottler. of Sloan's. Llnl and Lynn.always Mass.: helpful.Her advice is free,

else failed. At last the taller of the two women scarcely stand. recognize me in the omnlb-nY"- mont In my house."

: ., food has saved doctor said, "Come." and went forth Into the /'Do not fear, I will not betray you "Not all at once; a little while after Mr. J. P. Evans of Ml. Airy Oa,

: .atD4 has been therefore. a most. street. At that moment an Islington to any one. I will help you if I can: "I[ had got IIK At first for some time soys-"After being afflicted for three .

1 coBomical food torus./ omnibus dro-Ya.up. She stepped forward Will you* not 'speak to me? Is It the I I thought {ou did not know me-I years with rheumatism. used Sloan's ,

e given by ..Po.tum Co.. Battle I under the nearest lamp triedto Elsie I used to now?" hoped you did not," Liniment and was cured sound and SHAFTING, PULLEYS.BELTS -

h > Cro.k.;. Micb. Read. "The Road t. atop It by waving her umbrella. With a lon.g," ulverlng sigh she "I knew you at the door of the well and am glad to say I havent LOMBARD IRON WORKS. AUGUST A.G A.

-"* W.JlYlIl.." in pkgs. "There's a Ilear The vehicle was full, and the, two Whispered, "It |B.XX' hotel and followed you." been troubled with rheumatism; since

!o- ;,. cloaked figured walked slowly ,away "Let me look at your face once She started "I must go now, I .My leg was badly swollen from my I
.on'EvSead the abore letter?' A new toward Oxfotd street more." Bald Glynn In a low intense have stayed too long. Call a cab for hip to my knee. One-half a bottle

I t.
.' ,'are gfitttlae, trot and foil Of tinman". "I am anxious to get home; I .will trust me'", Great Northern "Station I will dl-
''* JDttfC4tt' walk on and take my chance of a' "It Is not for myself t fear,'<, she rtct him after" The man who takes care has the

'i., ' cab." __ ,_ said In the same hushed,_ frightened_ _ abeContintiod,, .1 t fewest caresB .

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THRBUGHOUT( ( THE STATE. Wants* and Need 4
PUBLIC HEALTH

Their Norwegian bark, Celer. 538 .-- The moment he monthly salary 1 lie

tons Is ff complete 'wreck about one 'crosses the hare necessity line thAt t4 r

Is Advice of Florida TimesUnionin hundred miles east cf J J'cnsacola! moment .the horizon of wants ;begins \ \

an Excellent Editoriah Whcne silo went on ]the beach: during to -widen, aa>ys. Harper'. Bazar For '

4(' a to>tn' a week: ago Sluco thein another every dollar the :1.larY..hureue.: : the 'i1 VALE '

SCIENCE liAS srcrm l .
DEMONSTRATED and the,""" 'reckage Is being washed.. 'imagination finds a place for $2 $3; . bF .

t or' $$3. A great part of the demands ,
Cao'Pr.cOcan upon thf .b ach. The crew which. $ l -
That DUaaa ) Eliminated < she went existing In the world today r. .

and Epidemic. Prevented By ashore. teach\Pensacola on a pas- are romantic Hew .shall"the'. '' imagination PESONM'.KWOWIEfl

'" 'Enforcing Proper Sanitary Meaiuree.Jacksonville .. scnger Tcanicr, .\he captain lemaln- bo schooled, where atiall the C ?4

',,- tJ( recovervh: 't. call be removed line to JrawnT\ ..
Pliu-..In an editorial from'.tho vessel In the way of., oq-ulp- Personal 1 the factor '
beaded to It should bo considered a part of knowledge: $ winning in the culminating contest of
"fixpojlence Apvlled: "
meat.Inveetlgntiois' .
moraJlty to. live wlthn the Income, j this competitive age and when of, ample character it place its fortunate

Health, The Florida Times-Union by Mucon parties but on every side there seems to ,be possessor in .the front arks of
show that a fine gtade o f papercan
says: very I
tbe an attempt": to stretch\, the $1,000 Income a' S Well.Informed of the World. '
the Floridian .,bo "made fiom the lul-Kof .

.Vlio Twenty objected years to the ago methods proposod okrac stalk, and that city's chamber, to a $:!.OOO scale, the $2,000) income A vast fund of personal knowledge:! J. really essential to the achievement of tile
idafor to $JOPO scab< $3,000 Is maleto '
of commel'ce"-j.a discussing *
field of human effort .
hy'which t the care .of the public \ highest excellence in any 4 1.
-- a liaperjlanJ.This! .Is a !lubject vt do 'duty for $3,000 and $5,000 I"
health was giTeiniito; th'e bands"uf "a" great lutl'rJ.'t't InT"crruC"1tlr1rRlJ, Tlfrily"sfreUhed-"to"UieJ"bTealaig'TJo1nt; -Knowledgrolof Forms, K.no'Wlod. .Functions and_ Knowl.b

few cltiieua: need only' deny the scientific with the. present high price of ucwsI Ho stimulate .a $10,000 income.. With edge of Products are all of. the \utrnost value and in question of life and health I' .. 1

deductions and logic offered I pay">*_ of Interest to all p bllobers. ry added dollar the horizon of when a true and wholesome remedy U desired h should he 'remembered that Syrupof a

for his acceptance. Then the danger The .nWl-r VtiVitlon of reached the paper until question the raw n ? willwiden I+ unless the Imagina Figs and Elixir of Beans manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co., i* an

came from' yellow (ever and there material will can be bo. produced annually. I'E' Uxwisely\ schooled. Sadly do we ethical product which has met with the approval of the most eminent physician and 1

'r+ bad been no "practical deuioimtratlon from the soil.Ilhubarb tralrlng to draw the line between give universal satisfaction, because it is a remedy

... could on: all.save extetifciv or answer scale the that conlidciitexpectation cier.cc which comes Into the,, I Wants and needs Known Quality, Known Excellence and Known Compone "

of its devotees. We 10tpeetfully noithein markets early In tlie Kprliis! I| Tttterine Recommended for Eczema, Parts and,has won the valuable patronage of rhiDions of the Well Informed of/the" t

. submit that ,110 tutu excuse when Its cpreeahlo fruity acids clogge'd are- I. Ringworm Old Sores world,who know of their own personal knowledge and from actual use that it i Tfe! first 1
is rjosulTile today when like most needed to clear tho blood laxatives for which unreasonable claim made.'
' condlllous the result of Etc. and best of family no extravagant or ? s-Sre
'f Risings
, with Inipuiltles as ,
.
s baa bhowii prevail|Ibe application because expcrienc of these winter's vicissitudes.\ Is popular in'', )f on In. "All. .. 'Au/ruet' > 1, 1908t. TW valuable remedy has been -long and favorably known .. I I > ".

the north as a filling for \pies and a t. T. Sliuptrlne' Savannah. Oa. under the of-Syrup cf Pigs-and has I attained to war!
e' scientific facts an well Its I the .ablllllcf Dear Sir:-1 r!*>ccl\ed your Tcttcrln all name
r the health officers to adapt and sauce for the t tltblu< but It Is lmostnnllJo'u I ;3. 1C .I have used It fotncr. .m" and wide acceptance as the most excellent family laxative. As its) e ,'
Houlh. The now Cellar, fllnswotmii. old sores and risings
I enforce them for our bencilt, l>ro\'ld- In the "OI'lDJson'Inter I and can gladly recommend Ib. a a sure laxative principles obtained from Senna we well Lnownloph/aici&n* 'i
Burbank wonder
ed we give them tho power ogre, f?.. + \ the of the 'world be the have
WelLJnformed bpttwe
In California and
Neither l' Rhubarb, Which originated I Yours truly. J. R n ei3ride. tto
can it be sal< that t the should grow well In Florida i Tetterlne cures Kci..ma. Tettrfv HltfI adopted the more elaborate name of-Syrup of Figs and
Mate has not the money to defend t I'llxii..
I tVorm elround Itch Itclilfiff (n-
itself against theso dangeiv-economy It Is bald to be superior In flavorto Sorb Head. Pimples, Boll. Rough1acaly ) Elixir of Senna-"-ot more.fully descriptive of the remedy : '

cannot bo pleaded as* an eXCUbe bur the vonntion sorts combining theflitter' : trtiea -on. th. -Fttc..-<>l ,and the straw- Bores DanilrnfT Cunkerod Scalp; lunlona
of t-he, raipberry
dcii.jliig the power asked by the "ftliHU (nrns, Chilblains and every form of name of-Syrup of Figs-a to get its beneficial 1
,---..- -b01tt'd11)kI"--u s101ean'rb i i exn.,_e" money lusts all the year: rom J. ? !&<. Your druggist. jortjyma1fTOUT ... ffcclfcj always note /. henpurdyuin16 e full_
ia already provided, and cannot betaken A foinier v"mltor to Miami J, Yates the manufacturer, Th. Shuptrlna Co. name of \the Co jSany-California Fig Syrup J'I"
away because those who Savaniiari,, Qn
, it saw the necessity and wlsvly made'gave Pool, l is touiThR; ibis winter in Call- Co.-print Sn foe front of every package
, from San Dito OF CO U US:: 13, : '
tile provision permanent. Since that fornla a>id he writes w fclher you call for-Syrup of Figs I f
'? In Hint elate: "Alligator pears Teacher" what Is.tbo. '
time the nation bas undertaken the .or I by; the full name-Syrup of I "
60
hero at r
duties of .Quai'anliiie and 'has'i'eliexed nod'l .Floiida pines on sale plural of pauper1" I c Figs and Elixir of Senna. st
h. Too ('u1<110 grow thciSi -
I routs euc 'l'omnl-"Why. porpo'ies, ma'amYonkc ff v*
,
the state board of Ibis duty--the danger I ) r
let me tell you, no ,place
!
here nix .
of yellow fever is merely' a mat. r9 Statesmin.Sled "
hoitthrMi
. on enitb can take the place of -
terof history and\ the bouid l now .KloiUla an a \\ I n'-r sanatorium "'e..t Veary, Watery KycItrlfeied .
casks that It be allowed
to serve
us
scans d i ibc '
s for thj naiion. Grapefruit i by Muvinc Eye Remedy.
in other dilutions for the future as Klorlila! has I '\ .
> another fruit In which ,. Compounded 1'V l-ipet-icnceil; PliyncianaCoTifimtM
it served us In the pant. Should not n uionopol' And bo many tbuilatshnvo > 'to Hire >ood. nn1 Drug L
fast I 1 be accepted; us wuiraiil for the come to the KUIIIO 'OlldUblon uttat .. I 1I1unne DIICRII'.6mar1; Soothes. k y. PaUl

luture Tho?' hrpltlftbuuld ( reached bv Mr. Yates thai every Disguised. a* a-Cloud of Soot. II I II cifro
preservfttlon of our winter tpos nn Incjeasc. In their niiiubor. I fiGSVR JJPGSAN
A <<
bo the fit le cont>!deialluii in In t'luildJ. -
e Klorldn Hc-iaui the a ',iiri-hiriBlnii Tilt dccii-lon of tho mute' KiiprpniO I funn! (>r-What In the deuce .Is Har-I

of yellow fever could 'ic it4iio\cd all ker's wile doing blacVltiK him up with '
court Hint the n< tn fTrovldlng! male aid
clei line .bet'i) udtll'd< uulo( can. lit soot and shoo blacking' FRANCISCO.CAU .
to tli<- pnlric HchoolH an1 iinconuiiiu
Klckiiebu ii ie\ull n ] going to a
tonal gi\"ts additional In-lcrosi to tau Guyer-He's "
ii>ud-<, our hotels and our beanihplliieH ( ) 'OIl\'Hllnn of ('nulIl)' supirintcndcntsof I ball )UISVILLE. KY. UONDONENGLAND.NEW YORKN.'YUTNAN ]

would not avail to save Ub lc' c.1\11111"11( ( and other school olllclalscallid I Onnner-What has that to do with
cause the danger of today I ia comimrativeJy -
tor Maiih IG to IS at IJIK.OCity -.
Mllght' are we tu_ n >glui.tit l It? -
> 'fttH.1' that the ponVltltloll -
It 1---unl1< !
-- Isj It not to Ouyor-Why. he Is doing to represent DYES
jour duly guard is CUlll'd CUllU-l lllu.l usual I FADELESS S'
against. domestic' zealously ,Chicago News! /
a '-IWIII> as : thin year In older llml ItH uiulimlcina ritlnhuJB .

as we would dcfiud ouibelveaugainet may ,'}<* Introduo In the foam or a Oreat. are born-also Ule Color more Bood,brtgbter.od fuser oolora Than any other dye One tin' i...-*... colors all fiber*. They dye In cold wetai'twit,, than any other d IiIINIgw
a foreign toe? hill! or bills ..nl'l : In the hi. HI-ion ot newspaper poets kind *y tau an. Vtrlw fur trot .booklet-WO" la jJ... lileaeti and Mix Cohort sins YUK UltCU CO. Yal5er e.Z

))1'. flirter buku that lie ho .
given
1 EIJ.
the Hex! logisluture. -
authority to employ a eonii cteui .iWiullary Pimples, Itching Humors, Rheumatism, Blood ;
now ad very -
leported
I
Quail are
'
engineer who will huge sue raiie thlK teuuun Some I lime ago Poison Eczema; Bone Pains. OpSvReller.: -

power to pass upon tho "t.ultliien(yof 'they were said l'j be l C'lIllrul. The B.H B (ttotanio Blooil, Balm ittheonl; Blond remedy thai kill Ib..lsonID M1 }
knnltao' incnsuie8vadoijt" in @'lor- 8 B Hood ,.f rich blood direct lolh eklo
dry wealhii and consequciltnoises lus blood and then purlflee H fmlliiK pure Kcmovee all swelling' la I to SS
Ida. Our towns lire putting ill systems the leaves surface, Booea Joint mnilwIiercTe tb disease raied In this wa.all Hone, days| effecte a permanent Cute t
matli" tiv hunteis In dry : ... heaiedan-*curei pains slid .iohri of Rh.unallnr. in jo to 6odeya TrialtreatjliTenfree. .., Q
of sewerage and water plains\ : and -vveidrt pribnbly! l accounts for tho, ......aa..s..eufn".eobsfd" B ii- H completely chanccpilie Ixjcly inlpelean. hf altr 74 '! .Nothlngcma Wf: .. 'eoondltloegtslugtheskiufireetch

would it not be wtll If an expert lie1ulwavu din'it'pauc')', '1'hi' quail I may huv e re-' re-1 hue of perfi-ot health B li II citrrs In.I Write Dr. H.II.Breed's tent,.j. +
within teach to give advice tliiik- worst old oaaes. Trv It b1. OO per l .ren bottle' Drnir etcreewitItdirections, ] SeeclelUt Box B AUUlla.
I rented fur into the woods and Cures Throa 9hIDluod for home care. 8AUPLX: rKK: bf wfiilug B1XIOU BALM CO ,Atlanta, Oak ,
and deeidi the Ohaiauicr'
to on QflllCKO
ties( where the deign cannot flnel them .
\\ltlltlUt fcUlll BUpCM\ivluil "III'' iendly: I' The artlelioka/fs the cultivated form .
w.
a I Bur
j .
people raimot b" .aC--\I\ Ilhuu expert!
examination lie.: water may: I hipol. Smipe.li.oppy!' has moved Into tits or the wild xcarJoon, Indigenous tot The Right Way FURSHldfts

lut(d and [whole coinniunlu uttaeked llni<'light IhiouKll a new police regulation Madeira, I th Canaries Morocco the

0 with tMihoid fever or a like dls. t wlicie-lj) (ho I iiin/vc/ 'uiiloiiH\ nubile towurd I' south of France, Spain, .Italy' and the In All'Cnaci of II and
meannnt In made to clo bin part "Wool
Mcdher/iinean Islands. ,
caul-etsltl.s bddiiiy .:to 'the beauty uf caw DISTEMPER, PINK EYE, INFLUENZA, F.......,TaD..,........ -.-
town. K>er,>'-' *(il doer nested wOeis COLDS. ETC. Celd.a. S. ( .. R. ). ,
attack a fej ) ears aRO: -.IOBH of leinitstlon if found tcf the Natural laxative, UarQeld Tea J.YJU M May Apple* 40 34
Q and :valuable lives and untold unable to ]payhis flue, two cab- It/bvero.ml'l8 constipation and regulateser Of All IIon.ee, Drood Klaree, 'Colt*, Wild Clause ..t.We era .........

,;:, :,.' suffering were occasioned' by such guilty. Is required to plant streets' and kidneys. Samples sent upon re- t btalliona! u to"SPOHN 1 ri t, -.bgbdless-"o.J I ....a eeaMT(lI l-
of
'fis- Is'novv .the rule in small nag); palmettos on the pub quest.. Oarfletd Tea Cot\, Brooklyn, N. Y.MISIDNDERST04D. L-ioriIIe"-.I cea t*ketler Iff ree ..... -
!I'", 7I1eglec::: .1 1 I
THEM"On
He pltvcs -. _cha.....
II. R.l.rwsay
!li.':,.'J'lollda"to\\'nll :ithrouglibut the, state, .
: '
will probably noon h eaFilklnull But la LeulnJe War .
-- '- i Maccleiuiy I UU
Puts the-lieaMi; ;, UojilU In charge as .. their knguei or.. the fend put ftpnhn'i Liquid *
', ; ) and ,silk farm.. A corpora, Afe you a benedlctt"t\ VoInpound. Uiv9 the reiiiPtly. lo.II ot them. It ctton aiiei K.tad thipeie.la.. _
,. scoq"eb f possl le,;h"oril"h;" \ ;fI""";.w !IC"': t1Jn.caltlll.lzed'! ) $fo.oofba #'afij'lled "' '''Nor; I'd Ilk!- to -join .. lodce,. but.* tii. blood and gland. II route,lie dtrMtiua by expelling III.-.aabel A Son.
1
Another danger agaInst which' the the diaMwuw germs it wards off tho trouble, ,
for a charter.. Some Jackson Ie pea ,' my -wlf objects."-Ivoulsvllle Courier DO marten bow they ate ".._d** ...Looolul.l ljr free t7 Hartal 8L LVUISVILLK..'
board of health cannot\ guard via now
me Interested In the jrfovfmem.Tlie Journal.Ool. from KH>thin*:Injurioua. A child etui safely take Itlust.a I-
pic
cornea fioiu the tmnspoi uillon ofcorpses :- cad $Ir ; $1 (w cod pate the" dokeD. Sold by
,
vkibtence, of euch a pew Industry dru4iftt4, brnr dealer, or MUt, expreew paid, by '
: without n"-;uhillon Of course at :,lac l..nuy will dlli)* UMitii/ll to "Drome Quinine"Tbst the uiaoufaciurer .1 WARLICK

the bodies all rpjniie'd i for tiHnstioi-! that city 'ltl'Irove uwBtaule' In many ti Laxative Urorno Quinine. Look Bpeclal A..otaV'aa.d. 4 'Ss

tattoo by utid"i'taker who aie bui>- In fact it b 4c-4t stabllshinoiii will for the signature of E! W. Urov Deed the Sheet Metal MiiDufactnrlngtJ.
vvavs (
\be but these owe no Cold in One Day. 25o. SPOUT :MEDICAI CO. .
poued to experts !h><. mi ('path in ,Hie hlsloiy of Mac World over to Car: a ; ,

duty to the* community and cannot t :UnnSrlllu>'. AIUJUMiBNT."What I Cbemlaita sand Ila lcrloloilnt., eo W. Alabama St. ATLANTA OA. '
AN:
be held re'jioiii-ilrTe for I their WUI k. STARTED I
< Tarff]pa clears In Cuba li FJlll had ho for stayingout I CO8HKM. Ili D.. U. 8, A. I! Hot Air Furnaces.METI
.
Yet another, rcqur-Kt' l is that power ( reason .. .
be given to enforce the law as to ,o "kenclVrfg coals to Newcastle Hut'tnaewe until! 2 a. m.T" I . 1 COaw1Cx.CEILIwOI: :
believe it. W6' At
lu'tvHUe to ( 8'09)
the report; of deaths and I builala. The have k word! of a reputable aUoi "None whatever r, exce-pt that some Ventilators, Skylights, Roofing.'
I
it-cord of deaths 1 is a check upon him to home.Houeton ."- : ::
nay/5f Tampa that on a n'unll1'... friend wanted go ,:.: :
cl'll1IeC blnhs Is an Item of \uluo
.
I'o Cuba he found his 'lampa male Chronlolef ... ."
admit '
to ttatlBllclar.H All pliji-klans
much In request i t
_nd branded cigars so
the value and necessity of exact obedience that he had to pend home tot per HEADACHE-Iliek.. ('A PCDINBVtieth :.J, ,"i'' e 1 1 f s i
to'iegulatlonB, but experle r from Colds Heat Stomach or ?. ," rah
more arnl that Tampa cigars sell well Nervous Troubles. Cepudln will relieve you. t... ;
shows that caTclossness I Is com on. and are much liked In that Island. It's liquid-pleasant to take..,.. IraincKllll .... w. ..... I..t-.. yr..p.eer; :R wke C.bhw ..:...rid.. ....
Let us get our population down to treatment" which was' >>. If i It. be, tee and Me. ., drug f.' ... :,,.." ...... .. -'>Ie platy/w aha...._ api-.0.'CaIItooI.. pksta n
....,; fibres. The 'mental stores. .... T_ ,..... h
cure for ,
attempted as a
Knowing the board and/Its execu confidently business prostration seems tQ oe utterly An Iowa man has Invented a machine w. .s ..... r.dy. ... .......- tier plwst. .d. Gbbap ...... W- a
there ,-oe suspicion TA"LLICHEELSAED w......... .......
live officer can Business does for paraffining butter tubs ant: Lefty J- a-- Loose T,..w. .ccd 5.e..e.. n.
discredited
that the power will U used for bad now. b'H'S. h.g dr ba a.- oeIo.bIe r.n.r 10"_prr..d sack truer. n-.....

purposes? Will nojr refusal be contrary not jleldl to "confident expectation' .. ___ iot..___............... ......._.......-.-...",
would. OnlyIn .
to high public, Interests-an InJury an it was asserted it of the Ire.Winslow'.'. Soothing Sjrmpfor' Children '"" Rie ue t.-d 1.000 fa 4.000 r eu4.- .000...000 m 11.01: ,

to the people- -of 'Florida as a Florida and this section t.ething.oftematbegums,red!!.!.. > nainma- COUNTERS p.db..dI0.000..d..r90a.IrvI'---'. Sp-.I..........._his.rdna .
whole T south which hardly knew last year ..ewa.allay.e.ir.curnwind ,c.aSc a bottle w..have Ip.rl ....E.pe.err_-"'".pi.y ae.a..pea, 'I I '

that there Was any depression U I Peoplewho live In houses 'Made o.w pl.ri .a ........ : F"--1o' : y...........wi!..... ..p.rps a.d t i
business moving along steadily auu glass ......- Whoa.-w.. ......__....__,_
_. W MODEL COLONY prosperously. j were doubtless) the first light house of StoolForMlntrsvQaitTpeii ........... AoW-........... dt,.p.C:: /
keepers.
To Occupy 5,000 Acre; Tract Belonging The annual report of State Chemist ; awLNt.. i r
K. E3. Rose for the year ending' I I
td Ruskin College A LIKE 8A VED.
December :n, 190S( has appeared\ it | Firnin aid AP Mia Wbo Da Rough Wcit. M
--
St. Petersburg, Fla.-A new model I \il!
colony is being formed by a club Is full ,of Information and advice of j A Case of Kidney Troable Pretty Far Support the ankle.! They will make
solid nature and tbe sort
the most
of Cooperative Homestead Company jour old khoes. as good as new.
the .
Advanced.Mrs.
the farmer want as to fertilizers Insecticldea I
to occupy 5,000 acres Of an.- besides Easy to attach. Any cobbler can
and teed stuffs
000 acre tract belonging to RUSKIU valuable recipes 'ino Henry Rapine, 69 E. Lafayette put them on. Your shoe dealer POTAS

College, which has 'removed from containing tables of analyses many are worth study St., Norrlstown Pa.. aay.:1 has bon fitted with them. They

Glen ):iIyn. a Chicago suburb, to the ing with care. Including as they do, I -Doan's Kidney Pills are lighter than leather but ,will
of what will be known as nu.- saved life. Headache
site tables relating to food and drugs. my never wear out Send for booklet

kin. These S.OOO acres are located Special tables are given of analyses dizzy spells and that tells all about them.

In Hlllsboipvgn county near the north of syrups, vinegars baking powders.,) f blurring eyesight.came UNITED SHOE MACHINERY CO.
"' fifteue mlit-a
,
line of Manatee county coffees and condensed milk with tho on me four I BOSTON. MASSv CORN t
due south from Tampa and twelve '
names of brand and manufacturer ur I years ago and began f

miles east will of St.be sold Petersburg."be tbe colonists, wholesaler; also of water from differ- I t to be so bad I would' require the bet elected seed and the most tbcnnub cuHlr 1

property on e.nt sources. Especially Interestingin \ fall to the floor. I tion; but the real difference between pro6t.and llaf
it Is announced at $10 an acre ,
easy. terms. It is believed by the promoters a general way are the miscellaneous Piercing pains caught I I Billion $ Grass crop depend on Potash. It makes strong, sturdy Ma ,

that U will not take long to analyses and examinations made me In tile back. I lost weight stead< .well shaped ear' filled out To the very tip with every kernel
Indicate C* t*..e-tOc.per s.tar seed.
during the yearwhich' IOU aound. Fertilizer in
settle some 500 colonists nd ,their ily. My hair actually turned grayfrom a oeidrrful |T..*>f tb._ l*l Lua* high phosphoric acid; with a little nitro.
y various minerals found in the toll of _....... Jo 10"01 hay pr .*.. rl low o} gen, won't do. They need Potaah to complete them-15 to:3OIba.
families on: this tract. South Florida Florida my suffering. After practically i paaivr*_d-.U alaittly crCat .._.................s! to the hundred. the clover fertilizer
Supplement e or or
seems to be the favorite section for giving up hope. I used Doan' 11 today and I.4 w..l... lno'" iW fheftfMl manure
California invites Florida orange mo_........aM .e ... crow* Oourl._ I with 50 Iba. of Muriate of Potaoh per acre.
colonists, A. stress is laid upon the I Pills and began to mend very Kldne"l ,.erywa.?,:? ?._,term.-.America. Chap *
, to send a delegation to study .. POTASH IS PROFIT
location there of the Industrial college growers: dull hiBUfftaOrt aj ta bolb.al..deaf
put on weight gained
above it is evident tbe horticultural organizations of that el.l a .4 raialoc tree Mi . - mentioned after using boxes and rclT. sample of the wo.dertel ire..,
that this like all co-operative colonies state and their methods. It's a generous three was entirely j i ale W 9t> IU,.....- woae>r, fiartoy,Owta; KALI WORKS. 1224 aa4'erBhIL Atlanta
of intelligent I Invitation and our grdaers'and cured: Ckyrvra.(o_efce.,_. a.4 re, .oloc f r*. Or HEW TOM-M Nee.ee 1<., .CMCAOOt Meaataetk WeesYou
will be composed
people., shippers might ,do well to accept It. Sold by all dealers. SO\ oerOs a box. i I IF H .wmd...ity 14 sets.and aces w. will rTo.'add. belon.'Am fta mpU. armedan

Here U an opinion in which allIs\ I Ler-MIburn Co.. Buffalo, N. Y. : M !*! tgn CO des A. C t* Cft... Wit

(COUNTERFEITERS; CAUGHT. friends ind'most of those also woo
I In the same proportion that dam- i
l Mr. Lamar -when' he i ;
voted against
Two Men Arrested in Alachua County for senatorial 'nomination win I mini a river give power to the w- The man who remember that It : a \

Had Spurious Coin ran"ur"There Is one' man ,whole I ter, so damning a man gives powerto : takes two to make a quarrel has' the

,- Gainesville Fla.-J. la and Simon defeat did not sour; au..' who Is just''' hla .flat I fewest family laws . J I.. "., ..

Knlghton.. brothers charged with I as kindly and considerate as when no''' l -- ---- - a

counterfeiting are now behind the was a candidate. That man Is \V D'I'

bare of the Alachua county Jail. Wheel, Lamar." The quiet geniality of

arrested the oHI.....r found a number W B. Lamar Is based too broadly 6a I t

,- -. of-spurious--coins--on.--,persona. _ot principle .t.n..be...ruffled;! by defeat- Look Prematurely Old

. the 'menbut be' baa been unable to Calhoun county, having lost Repreeentstivejelect'r -

believes that
locate the mold.lie E. S, Fortn r- by"
these men are members ,of a-gang of 1 .
death!* seven, candidates announce i
have been flooding
who
.r. / tb.counterfeiters with spurious coin. their desire ..to fill his place. ..oauaoot, trios.um.i.triu\r.:; .r.yji, ,( .Y."LA OKKOL.K"_ MAIN TOKKM, 110..N.OOaretail. a'-

,11(,*- 'j'J county. ... 1/ ,

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<- ':.ft'. '" .r.' ::1._' _'I _.... 11' -bt x s M'w 4 a $ f (t w, r"ixb( r fr .'." d ,-4', +' ....,._-. .. ?\Jo.-. 'ey.. ,....,.... -, ,*;k'/oI.t..fit-.u.. ..k @'irx'i.f't lf.l:. tAIt,IIr\1 11:. . '. ,,, ,.I.k its ...o.. e 1! f wcltN



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i: NOTICE OF INCORPORA- AN ORPINANCE. btatement.. t :rlI

TION. An Ordinance regulating lice lanpaotloa and Made under Section 82. Chapter 1'We' Laws of Washin\gt o n D C.
ooodlUaa of closets and privies J quinnf Florida, showing the amount of taxes chars 1, Plant-Wood's Seeds I .
to> the Tax Collector of Oso'ola ,,Counnty.
$Ue* I. hrby given that we, the voderbroad. the OM of bnokata sad dedalon tbalr also and Florida to be eollewul for the .euiVant year ,
will,on tbs Srd da/ of II areb.J\ >,1M*, Cjll..m/ ,; and preaorlbln, a fee for tha.aoar-. IVOH. and the aoportioiunaat of the woe to For The .
II-, oplyVlp the Honorab. Albert W. Gllchrurt, .n.er'. ...r"ll>Oa la ooooaotlon therewith.B the levied several foods for which taxaa fc a" keen . AND; RETURN -,. ',;f

OowrifBi. of the Slat of,Florid for Letter e It Ordained by the Council of the Townof : Garden & Farm. '
'APPORTIONMENT OF COUNTY FUNDS. r
r Patort authorizing na to carry'on: fcusfneulnthe Klaalmmaa CHy! } I "
etpt. of Florid. M a corporation under Section 1. Whenever In the judgment of the RevenueTo amount iaseased . ... .. 431071 Thirty year In buaineaa, with $28.20 : <
+ and br virtue of the I*** of the State of Flor- Marshal or any- polio.offloer it li necessary Collected. / 6U8 08 ft itcAday Increasing trade < .n I.
Amount TT. every .. s
Ida.and under and by the name pf Ibe&.htBn' '....th. Military protection.cf the publlo health General School Fund- 88W as year until we have to-day one ;\\0' .

TarpeoUneQome.O7.'The'Drolbtetl Charter thatbuoketaaoddlalnfeotaDti be tuidlnany Amount Assessed .. . .. ., 12<(W4 M of tha largest biuinjBMa in seeds' '. . 'i..-VIATLANTIC -. r',
of laid Corporation\befog In word and figures privy in IB* Town. b.. shall immediately notify Amount Collected,... .. .. ..... U.B.'6 In this oouotry-rU tht belt of
J .e follows tow It: the owner,,tenant or.oooupaatof laid privy to Balance County l to;lloadToamou.t..wed.be eollected- . .-. 11M(: 82 evidence M to. : \

... _, .J".A. CRANroRD. furnish the same with tuph bookeU and dUlnfectanU .,... MRS ML .
J. A. DLACKWELlvTHOMAS : Balance to b* collected; <** ,.ffXt,:",((8865 77 ,
mad of galunrnod''iron or other suitable! "
,. County SpecialVwJyffif of Wood's Seeds.
WILSON. unitary material and to ba of the .following TQ amount --- . .. '. J"1 4817 .
4Imeu'lona.'Eleven inches In h.llht..nd of a Amount Collected .... ..- iC7', ,, 400 47 ,
"
Balance to be collected. ... .... 804210: W. are headquarters for "N'
R"'ICLJ:8'OJ'fI: c RPORATIN.( 'I nnlfbrm Inaldtdlametai of twelve Inohet; and Fine and Forfeiture . or Account of Inauguration of

First The name of this corporation\ ihall be In case of failure,to oonSplr with i aald notice Amount Aseeesed .'. 2JW8'/ 48 Grass and Clover Seeds \ ,
AmouatCollectad .... . . 804> 86 /
within forty-eight hours, laid owner tenant or 'F19ESIDENT .T AFT
{ Ti .RMIC TuitriHTliir ConrnT and 1Uprlbclpal BsUneetobexxillscted. ',,228157 Seed Potatoes. Seed Oats
place of business baUbe In the City occupant hall b*-ubectU>a On*of not more SIIb-Bcbool Diet No ". Cow JtlBsanssalja11 . .
Peas.
-of gleslBsmes Cuu.ty-0-Oeawta( Btate-ol- Jhan$2, or tn ImprUnnmant for not (more than.: _la[ .. --rAketa-: .. .'I.. ... fi
ten days, or both such tine and ImprUonmeot.Sea. Amount ( oil ctcd 14 "
FlorIda. Farm
Balance to b collected. 128 64 Seeds.
Second Ihe general nature ofjth business 2. It stall be the duty of the Council to Sub-School*Diat. No. >- ''Final Limit. March 10th, s

5 to be transacted by said corporation shall be .keei,a sufficient number and amount of Bald To amount assessed ._ 039 M Wood's Doaorlptlve Catalog ..
.. Amount Collected. ... ... .. 62 20 ,
bucket and dlilnfectauta on bi l to supply the
moat uaeful
that of iukd valuable of
h owning, control!tig and leaning of timber Balance to be collected 1 587 76 For tickets
: - reservation
landa In Ihe State ol Florida, and workingand the needs of the Town aud any person ball Sub-8ehdDlat No. 4- iTo Garden and Farm seed Catalog$ or Information call'nearest- --- Atlantic. Coast. Line
be name at actual coat asaeased . . C15 12 Agent or
operating timber on said land for tu rrxm- permitted to purchase amount >. mailed free oijr request
true and price and It shall be the dntjr of the Marshalto Amount Collected.. . *.>. 186 J. W. CARR T. P. A. ... J. O. KIRKLAND D. 1; kL
purposes and the manufacturing Balance to be .1 . 618 47 z .
dealing In timber lumber and all kind of take eharg of. laid buckets and Jlnlnfec-: OOIR'T'.H }: E. DONEQAN.Clerk T. W. WOOD & SONS, TAMPA' FLO *lQA.

building material, woodnn ware vegetable and tents, to collect the price of same no furnished'todtoaccount ; Ulreult Court Oaceola $..dam /, -. Richmond V.. T. C. WHltfE, O. p A. w j, CRAIG. P< T. M.

It. e' orange orates and eratc-tnatmrlalrand! the op.i' ,! tlierefor U the Couopll _,_ -County.,Florida_, ,_ WILMINGTON, 'N. C. ,
I: erating aawmlllt and the owning chartering 5 Sec 8. H .h .lbathedut'of! the Scavenger, ...'11.*.... _.. .

1,4- a and under the direction. of the Ssnltary-CotnmlUfc, .. ,
operating of steam and sail vessels, tags, DR. LESLIE W. WEEDDN - .J
buckets uiod ;
t' lighters and MOW! In tlitf transportation of toemptyanddlalofoctall privy and VLJa-_ .: _imas rffc A A JV A Jfc A_.5.____ Sea
the b" neccHiary
In Town often
.. timber and lumber *af Of every kind of as aa may { ,
1 Ear
Specialist-Eye "
bucket DR. J JOSEPHINE HRRPEROSTEOPATH
of
tenant
building material Including merchandise between every owner or occupant any '
domestic pone and foreign. oouotrlea privy shall pay for the Scavenger's services the Nose and Throat...... YGR.OCERIESl
71 and the building and operation of tram-roada; sum of twenty-live oeutu per month for eacb .

and carrying on and conducting a general mercantile bucket so bandied by him not exceeding twice
Private Hosoital. American National
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builneia. operating eommlaaarlaM, hir a ..week and auy such owuer. tenant ot occu -

lyf tllll..bor. and tbe leasing of Brae and county pant/falling to pa) for such service upon do- BankQ Building, Tampa, I Graduate of the S. {s.L 0. and .

onvlct;and the acquiring, dealing in,own'v maud, shall be subject to a flue of not more Florida. I Stilt College of Osteopathy.
Ing and leaking, selling and subleasing of than eoty-8ve dollars\ or to Imprisonment
fur not loss than ten Jay", or by both such One
Inch property real and .personal aa may be Specialist la diseases of Women
+1' necessary, usetnlorconvenientforearryingon! and Imprisonment. and Children. Consultation "and examination - i
*. and conducting tu business; and shelf have the See. S. The tfcavengef shall make reports' to DR. E. AKERS, flee.Mondave .

I right to buy own and sell aharel or appalstook the Marshal of all buckets so liandled.by him, DEN'TIST and Thurdavs.
of other \ orponUIoun, to borrow end It..1t..11 be tbe duty of the Marshal to make I
"" and lend money nIb. transaction of monthly I oollectiuiis of all bucket and disinfectant Office over Orlando Bank and Trust Office Fla., Gray stone [Hotel KissImmee, Also Everything Necessary for f

Its bnalnem and to trairurt all other lawful dues In like manner. colloctloua for electric Co. Phone.73. .. ,
r .. business amf b e".I.1 Jn all lights are msdo and to report same to the
expedient
any or Crown Bridge and Porcelean] work a i
PILES! PILEBI PILES '
,b of the foregoing buHfn..fi"). o \the said corpora Council once a month. Specialty. making Fruit Cake. !
tlon. Sec. 4. For the |purpose| of cuforclog' the urcvlMous Williams' Indian Pile) Ointment will car ,
v Third. of this Ordinance the Manual lollorelyempo..red NOTE-Those desiring my service Blind. Bleeding! and Itching 1>11.... It abaorttt
The
stock of aa&sCorporallonahall
capital
should make tbe tumors, allara the Itching once. acta ail
bvKiO.Oon.00 to be divided Into\five hundred to elite upon or 1 Into any ,premise* arrangtnenta in ad. poultice, gives Instant relief Williams I
shares of the par value, of lioihori oach. or building during the day time, for the puts vance. Indian file Olulmenl in prepared: for Piles am
Three hundred POSH of lDve>itU[ Ui>g the snnltary comlltlou, of -, ORLANDO.: FLA. itching of the private parts Hold only! by the L =
/ and Hilly ( O1O) shares (H. said .. .. ''Oeeenla'!"h.rmaov. 50o and n.IMI) R.s.Fioyci & Co. I
capital irtork shall be"la.uel and paid up In (ell any earth or water closet, or othur form of :

*y the conveyance to Itio Corporation: of all privy, or auy .0"1'001.' awl any person rolr' .
v1'u 'u'tM"Vr'4"tr shall be
the property of every kind and character now lug such an Invoitlgatlon punl.,11yIIno ; _
of not more than tweuly-flvu dullara ur C4_ ". ____"V"'V'.WU"wgrwgrwgrwgrwgrwgr .uF'vrsvrw Y'N
owned by ;) A. Cranford. C. A. Carnon..?. A.
Blnckwcll and Thomas Wlleon. co-partnpr, do- byX iilirliibniiimit for not more than ten dayr, KISSSIMMEE. PHONE NO. 8. :

'f Ing bnalncad under the firm name of Hlarltwi'11 orb Xbt lh HUI'I| One anil< >rlsonuiout. -tt

Canton A Compauy of AntiUm hoeola County, Sec. Ss. All onlliiHiicvii, or irt llioru&f, lit
I Ii
Florida, the name lo liirliidc nil IHIIIH "" nod conflict tifejcuith. bc. and tire sfttnc are hereby I II'nflscd C. W. Griffin I SUNNY SOUTH STABLESL.
a by said ra-partnenihlp anA all .li-anen of and repsrled
prlTllRgfa any and all landa, end nil pernenalp in oiteuHt-aNioll till v'lid I dH> of .','brll- ,
''': property atllla, machinery tools, I."mH.III'e cry A XI. 1W! \ T. W. EI.MST -- > IjI

stock, memhandixeerrounta .,.,1 properly of 1'rciidciit of Council 1 of Town of

e every kind and character nnw on tied\ IiyRntdoopartnerflhlp At'u-nt Xliwlmniue Cite > Fancy Family Groceries H. INGRAM Proprietor. '

wherever Iho Maine, may 1m sit J R lLJlI'IlT.llcr: : > IjI
.w pate or found; the value of mild pronorty MO t" Approvwl thin 2nd .IB) h< February, A. D.
t 11KW'! T. UXNl'KPIIY, > Fresh Meats.
be conveyed to tho Corporation by "said en.r -
partnership an hereinbefore dHgcrllxMl, and net yleor.nTsaid Tun n. > .

t forlll. uelug the i\nn ot 194.hs00soil the. In- I Deliuery Every Day at any Hour. Patronage Solicited! Livery, Sale and BoardingWell
cornomtoni of thd Corporation hereby flx Haiti Proclamation; ol Town L ction. 4r
of":16,000.00.. h-_ J'fkadaaksaf4aflcs csAal.ailsa41xisaaaJR){L.RJaJAcaaaa8a .alksfk aars. -
corn a lust yaluntlon for said fly virtue of the power vested in me I. bl. >

property Murphy. Mayor of the Town of Klsulmmee C /.

Fourth. The balance of the. capitalMock I of I Klurida. do hereby announce proclaim and dcK ..rs'n ... ;_ nldm rte.....lL... Y.k/dilA"t"r.a\ ....--- equipped with New Stock and Vehicles and pre-
i aid corporation may lie sold at "ar>ml all pay clare that an election will be held kt the Town . : ::. /'- -. pared to moot all demands with perfect satisfaction.
/ mento therefor shrill be 01",1010' lawful money H.llln acid Town on Saturday the !AT-.. i "- ...l..f, .! rt,41 I'tOr:1"IT: ,) t. t 1 '. : !-''t
of the .; !tI 'U :::; :
United Htotna of America; iixl llhe cap, TWJCNTY-8KVENTII WAY OF MAltCII : ' "
tai tock of thti corporation can (it any time lip A. D. IIKW\ ti ,'erbrBj: ROCCler/.J'.f.ipr 4isl ;
-
Increased to any amount as pro'II.II.lh. for the purpose of electing: the following ulcers ] flee J r n.III rrmllrl..lolv. I t' .r. \')' Tj'JY
i Lawa of the Plain of Florida. ? '., Iii' lu ? n.' I :" HEAVY HAULING A SPECIALTY
to Verve for tho.o.>rm of one year: I :_ , ;.. ; c.4.:7-::: ,, ':;.
Fifth. This Corporation shall exist for ( ,
,
a .
pc 1
One Mayor 1 <- '. u; Y'' I. t : I t j r .' I'" \
f rind of dray ((110)) years from the Ante of the I.- One Clerk t,. ' aLC'Olli/Vj fo krtt r. mi.: ctn'"I.' : i. i < i _: ) 1 \ I\ / I t
suing of Its charter. Onerah..1 and Tax Collector o. .1 lo/.ni f.jvj/s. 'j .:.II"UI."O" w'il yciM ifn MITby t"\I\i I! I'' " BROADWAY---PHONE. ]102
.
''uyin.Ki'.ir-ct' : ftpin Ih..c"clorytr.otmAk.. iiothmnl.utchairk. I.i .
I i J Slith. The "business of thla -Corporation On.Treasurer , } ( /fr'
We maltriiXI r-fl! chalia: rl,l.' herein l..e Soi.t .10you _"
ball be conducted by a I'jeildnnt. flecrctary Also three Member* of the Counoll to serve for at >lwhole toDrla.0.wh/cAtavaa.a, : .-.intf "' 1 :I"J -
J and Tteuurer,and a.hnanl; of four'4))l>lreotor the term of two to you of at trust a llrlNloa every clmir. yc.t I . TU ... - n::: : :
I who .balt be years.I wUat this. amonut to in n rninhin your 1 Iru, (1.-1 } sat' 9f.a. ._ ""k'
elected amiun.ly! on the second hereby!appoint C. E. Yowell. A S. Gilbert afford not to crud, for-ourl'Nf Illuer.4dcn'alo;.-uctwlay --,, J"'t
+ Monday In January of each year)oy .tl). itook. and (J. lI. Woodall. aa Inspectors, and U. J. aadtaLaadvaataeof/he biXjavInu, / *? I ; THE E GBDYSIOHE GB1iljRGNIXE SHOPS
bolder of the- Corporation. The/ followi ng Berne aa Clerk of said election.In . flare rm,.IIfl'.r."t lfndl of olT' fair parlor. !al"I1" "' ; :
room kllchen, Wait store, dtftre, from fhe c1rn".1 4f ;
c i named officer shall conduct the bnalne of witness whereof I have hereunto eat my larch ::;tp. r I j
the to the h".t. are shown' In the tarps illuKlratcrl refs trig 1
Corporation until the flat annual election band. Mayor of acid Town and caused the sal _d.etal C lrlKtliai.orlclli.lX|ut-K::. l.Tery o.iau'guaranteed .41 3.6J i
ornntlttheir inceeaaonl areelnctad: President of said Town to be hereunto affixed this 17thMay: exactly art repicMeiUail! or y uriuoucy b..6. .' , ANTHONY A. LOLL, Proprietor.i ,.\:

:1.A Oranford. ; Secretary and Treasurer ". -. ..- y.'j.ij ;,j

,.0.2. Th. Board or Directors ahall be J, A. -I .. A.ca.lBNT FOR I '
Oran/ord, C. A. (Jamou' . J, A. Black well cud T. M. Ml'BPHtf, -
i Thoma Wllaon.Seyenth. Mayor of the Town of Klnalmmee
Fairbanks-Morse
\ The highest amount of Iqdubted- Attest: City, Ha. Gas Engines.

r"' use or liability to which the Corporation can J. R GI LBERT. Clerk Bargains at c -Store"1!! and

[-e "' at taounand any time dollar subject itself ahall not exceed flfty. Non-Resident Notice. Irrigating Outfits.AUTOMOBILES .

-i.
Eighth The names and places of residence _
lu Circuit Court. !Seventh Judicial Circuit of
of the subscribing Inoorporatnra and the the County or Oiceola. aud State of Florida White Lawn 40 in. wide 15c per yard.
....onntof lock RENTED OR REPAIRED
anbacribed each
by are aa fol-
5 lu '
lowatJ. Chancery Lace from 5c to 15c per yard. .

it., A. Cranford, Jacksonville Florida. BO Anna vs.Becks J i Kill for DKorce.. Dress Pants. $1.50 to '$5.00 per pair.

f _hare*. llerrteu Bexfcs\ ) Pair Stripe Pants at $1.00. ARTESIAN WELLS DRIVEN ANY DEPTH I

} 0:\.Carson Klmlmmee, Florida 00 aharei. It having been made to appearby' affidavit TrunKs and Suit Cases at lowest prices.
7..1ackw.11, Aahton. Florida, 120 she r.. of the Complainant lb..t the residence of the
Picture Frames from 25c to $3.50 each.
Thomas Wilson, Sumtar. South Carolina.jO Defendant, the said Berrlen Becks, Is to her
a lJ abases, unknown, and that there Is no person in the Crockery at the lowest prices. '

ft q ,In wltnaaa whereof the parties hereto1! hare State upon whom service ooojci b* made that Fancy Straw Hats at cost, We Solicit all Kinds Repair Work

hereunto set their lands and aea'a on this the would bind the said. Defendant,, and tbat the Best Shirts made for $1.00) each. .
ia+x ?3od. day of January A. I). 19f*. laid Defendant Is over the age of 21 yean; it Is . .
s Tinware at old price.
,? J. A. CHAKPURD! f Seal] therefore ordered that tbe said Defendant, thesaid any 4'.
...\ "" O. A. CARSON [Seal] Berrlen Becks, be, and be Is bereby required The'only place you can get the Beaver Brand Hat. ,

J. to the aald.Bill of '
A. to Complainton
BLACKWELL fgealj] appear
r -j THOMAS WILSON |8eal] Monday, the Ut day' of March, A. D. 19011, Headquarters for the Best Shoes i in Town. BUDDED TREES !
t
n r' .M State of Florida, t I' otherwise the allegations of said bill shall betaken > 1
County Oaceol.1
\ as confessed by said defendant It Is
tt , Before me the undented authority( peraon- further ordered that this order be publishedonce

'ally"appeared J. A./ Cranford O. A. Caraon. J.L a week f.r four consecutive weeka In the Islesworth Nurseries. '

+ A Blaekwall and Thomas WII.on.0 me well Klulmmee Valley Gazette a newspaper published J"' "' "'" "'"' ""'" """' """ -- '" I

1 II' t known to be the persons deaorlbed In and who in aald County of Oseeola and State of t:MIL. MAC3M. arse: se.e- :MAQM. '
': Ignad, _led and executed the foregoing AiMelea Florida. CHASE alt CO.. popRiETORS. J. w. HOARD AGENT

v I t of laeorporatlon.. and who severalty' In witness whereof I, Arthur E. Donegan '
'k4owledgdthelrstgnatnraandtheexecution Clerk of the Circuit Court, have hereunto let MACH BROS. We will have readysfor next Fall'and Winter planting A general
?: 00.; of the foregoing Article ol Incorporation to Be my band and the seal of the said Court this assortment of OrangeNand Grapefruit Trees of all leading varie'
s k their free act and deed for the uses and pur- Jab day of January, A. D. 1909. ties. Our trees are budtted on good healthy rough Lemon and
yI posy therein mentioned'and.xpreaied.jtn ARTHUR E. DONEOAK. Sour Orange roots guaranteed free from Insects pests of any kind.

wltne whereof have hereunto set my (SealClark) of Circuit Court. Osoeola 1; Livery Feed and -Sale Stable. All budded from bearingtrAes In our groves and therefore true to _
name. Our facilities for
i+ band and.affixed my official sod at Klaalmmee, W.J. Hi AM, County Florida. arrowing nursery stock: are second to
b t'fif Oaaaola none and our trees are as flneXKrnoney and
tj County Stale of Florida, on Jhli the Complainant's.Sol lei tor. twentyyear's exper- .
Stnd day of tannery A. D. 1H08.Seall -. WOOD-:-DRAYINQ ience can produce fVS are ra-ilKW specialty this season of the
Vi ( -- RONA THOMAS. Notice to Creditors. 1 famous California Valencia Late Vhtoh Is destined to become the t

I : Notary Pnblle. State of Florida $ is New and First-Class.! We will greatest money-maker In Florida/' OvKValencla buds come di
.... An..rtI.. All persons baring claims against tbe estat Everything reot from the best bearing trees Id the district now famous for pro.

;' 1 Vy OommiMlon ezptrei r.bruarrU.I\lIl.: ,' of C. H. Fountain, deceased, laeof the conuty Render Prompt and Satisfactory Ser duclnjr the best. Vajenclas' to CalUornlaTxC "-"- _
of Oeoeola and State. pf Florida: will present the 5 .
;tL Notice. 'I same to me properly attested witulu the Urn vice bay; or Night.__ All Kinds Write for'Prices to J. W. HOARD Gotha Fla., 'orxall and see our Nur-

|4 ; prescribed by law or'the same will be forever Heavy Hauling.AT series at Waco on Florida Midland R.DANN'S .
'i
i' Notice hereby given f 9
f that the undersigned barred, and all persons Indebted to laid estate
will apply to the Ladalatun of the State of Floe will make immediate settlement with '
j; the undersigned. SEAMAN'S OLD STAN[. B PHONE 113.
!y f" Ida at its ramlar. session for the current year N. C.BRYAN ... .... _"t
... '" ,. .., '" '" '" "
M 3909, for the paaaai of a apacUl Act unending Administrator of the Estate of '""'" "" '"" '"" '" '"

i e; .Beetfam of Chapter 61111, Acts of lUOT, Laws of C. II. Fountain Deceased. WAGON wbfiKS
',4 :,Florida' ao a*to Teat hi the Council of the Town February. lat. 1909.Notice .
i .of Klaaimmee City the power to review and

..equalui.the Maaament ot personal property made for Publication.
t ?
b""Tu Aaaaaaor. Department of the Interior. I Machinery Co. HIGH GRADE VEHICLES MADE TO ORDER
rn 18th. !1911/ U. 8. Land Oluce at Galnwill. Flmida.rF.Mu.ry ; 5 Malsby
..Lo* February 0, 1_.) '
P. A. VANS AGNEW. AT REASONABLE PRICES. -
l' Notice la herebv given that Andrew J. Whlddeo. -

.\ rfbla.ew i CHy Attorney: of Oaceola Cdtintr. Florida why on January 22 OCEAN ST. . ,. . . . JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

talit; } Notice. 27. 1901. mad Homestead Entry No. 82091. (Serial k..

1 1 ,'}fitly Ie tiaraby |lt> that the.desleed .No. 03001). for'EH of BB:>< Section IS and Portable and Stationary ngines: .
:\ La alatora of the State of rior"Aiaatlt. > EH of NS-t. Section 11, Township SOSouth. Saw Mills Wood-working Machinery

4 'ft 11i'g ,yfU apply. ,to..the.* a-akm foe the Current year Bang 81 East; Tallahassee Meridian. \ Shingle Mills, LathMills, and Blacks ml thing. Horseshoeing' and Repair Work of j
li has filed notice of Intention to make final fire general line of supolles. Complex ;:
Act empowering
: -ll(.... f Y rear praf.establlah claim to the 1a.ad'.bove) line carried In stock for Immediate. All Kinds Done
by First-class
IIsea ( described before the Clerk of the Clroull Court.at shipment. Sold on easy terms. Workmen.

t. .10eth..gmpwn..t-or.pfitaetainm nt Klselmmea. Florida. on the 18th. .day of Hatch.i ;

.of wbatwMTOT kind forl which. a chare ismad. -. -..- : It will pay jou to consult us before' I rx
5. puNis be ordained by tile Councu of said Claimant UVAVLtehtaey.names as witnesses: da bu,loll. ostal will bring: our saler .-
..M tray / of 0.JI1o :
r,>} ,....... 1sbruar7 Julian Montadoea. of Whittier Florida , .. "man. Write for Illustrated catalogue "
0 .. David T"of Arbuckla, PloridaiA. t. ''101.- and price J. J. DANN .
. 18th.3r -- -- Rroprietoi :
;
I:, of Arbuekle. Florida.
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