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: March 5, 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: VID00375
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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k". The Propositiori' Meets 'With More: Neither.Money't ( Nor Labor Will Be f- V. '. '

r. ','. General Approval Than Any Ever received'The following by-the editor.Is'' *:n. of extract thin paper fronxooe Irom\\lo.e.to,0f\ mtfy such whom letters the .Spared to': Make It a tom. -c-' < .. i.;


:Li .J:.. Presented to Our People : Valley.Gazette is seat complimentary by the" County Commissioners .'plate Success. "" -. ---"'-- ,-. - - ., ,., "
and the Board 01 TradeJ.-aod.iJ bere.reprQdlce4tOur. 4 '
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-y '. l ""never before" -- -- "Citizen's 'generally"may 'sea the: actual good the !sendlag\of! this : '' I IIs
.;, TKef r has possibly As noted In a short item In last .
been a proposition presented ;to our paper to prospective homeseekers In northern andxiCestern states week' issue, of the Valley Gazette, a .1 '

people'that has met with such universal Is doing our section, and which action, if caarfoued, will make party of JClsslmmee's.foremost business .. SpringGoods:
approval aa that of establishing a O.ceolathemolL populous Inland county jjt-fU or"1d..ln a few years.' men and citizens have banded together \
water work'eYltem, and,is almost the for the purpose of operating an
sole topic discussed oo the street? to The extract follows: :. experimental truck garden, and the I ., ';
day. A representative of the Valley rmfj >Ett, N: J.,'Feb. 10th.1909.) land lying across from the depot and
Gazette has made the most diligent "I havd been recelvln tfie itlsslmmee Valley Gazette. for between the stock pens and Mr. Loll's ' :
search for a man who opposed It, but truck garden hart. been leased from the Is'
some time } want to say < think one of lobe cleanest and best. .
could be found it is safe
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not one railroad company for that purpose.A : ,
to say that a proposition to issue '. papers I know of. 'I take' one dally, three weeklies and two few such gardens as this will be: / "I'

:, bonds for that purpose would be overwhelmlnely mooLbllel, 'and yours stands equal with any of them and costa have been established In different parts ..
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%* carried if an election wan' ., less f have become very rnuelin-ereited in the description you of the state but on a small scale and S .

held. < give of your town and surrounding country. It. must be delight operated mostly by land companies, '. :
few
Below are the opinions of a of
whose only desire was to Induce persons
our leading citizens on the subject, ful. There is no long, dreary winter and I think the climate to purchase. some particular pieceof ; q

which Are all along the same line, although would suit me. * .* I have leased mv fat m here, but could not property while this one will be cop*

lobe men fill/. both business and sell it. this year.' I would accept a position of overseer of farm + ducted on an extensive scale and Various ARRIVING DAILY : .8' 4
professional positions: kinds of vegetables will be ; . _
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house -
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land
' I near town or rent or If it could be got reas.ODtrt.le."Yours -.-- -- -
Col. G, .} Kribbs, prosecution attorney crown, which will be sold In the open S
'I for this county-"I certainly truly, l'8AMUEt D. }VinTE.!: market shipped. to foreign cities as

.- ...- favor lobe Installing of system of waIter I the demand and prices justify ... .At.---- rr: '
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works for fire protection, provided > .-A.thorough!v competent truck grower ,
the cUv is financially ablo.J1ltberJrom will be put In charge of the garden. ,:j
revenue now obtainable or from lobe I and he will be furnished with sufficient 11ut
sale of bonds. If it does nolhlpg else WILL INJURE SCHOOLS "KISSIMMEE, SUITS ME"Were'the money to bring It to the highest state f'

it. will decrease our almost prohibitive of cultivation, such as boring .an artesian .
I- KATZ'SFERTILIZER _.. ." .
I insurance rates C. A. Carson if Are Words Used Mr.Andrew well for Irrigating purposes, --
Says Mr. Pupils
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I Judge W. H. Johnston,. county : J.by fertilizing It aa&.Cieantng It of Crass "

judge-"I most cerlalplv; .!iio favor the Not Furnished Books free: Martin of Michigan. roots. ".
installing of water works in this"down The garden, lying as it. does Immediately ,
and that, too, without any delav. 'We The following letter, which is self- Mr. Andrew :Martin of Bervllle, along aidefbf the passenger '
are big' enough a'nd rlcb enough to explanatorv, was addressed to the Mich., who has been In Kisslmmee for and freight depots, will be..a splendid .
have a 9rst;class system but the only i County:: School Board an4 read before the past two months, and w hq ,spent advertUeinent the productiveness of s.
way to get It Is to-go to work and put" that body at Its session on Tuesday a short time here last wintef-, let yesterday the soil In this section, for It will be ",, unks7 :
it in-not talk -about it all summer. 'lasf.: for his northern home, although seen by the Thousands who pass . I
Dr. M. J. Micks-"1 am verv much KISSIMMEE, FLA., Feb. 24, 'Oil. he will atop at different places along through our town on the railroad but -.. 1'r
in favor of the proposition, both as a To the Honorable Board of Public the route, not reaching Michigan until never slop The soil In and around :
means to protect property from Ore Instruction Osceola County. Florida all fear of the cold weather Is passed. Klsslimnee Is but the same In richness"
and for domestic use. It will enhance I' City. In speaking Co a member of the Val- and fertility an that. throughout the I V VVV VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV'8f
the business interests of our_ town In 1 Gentlemen-Please pardon me for i Intruding ley Gazette force regarding our town, entire Klssimmee valley, which extends '' 11
&. every way. It. will demonstrate to the | upon your time My deep aud Mr. Martin said: "The reason I came I ftotn this place to Lake Jkee- -- ----- -
outside wrfrld that we have a wide. decided interest in the schools of Oace- to Kibsimuiee this winter is because of chobee A> ROOD as permanent water AcBc.dk Ac Sca ikdaidc Aalclfc [iAc_A i./kaiataai
awake, progressive little city here oU ola county Is my only excuse for such the splendid health I enjoyed while transportation is secured the valley :
lobe banks of Lake Tohoi>ekalign not Intrusion. here a year airo. and I made no mistake -'will begin to be planted In fruits, vegetables -
a Hag station. It. is the molt essen.lal I note from the proceedings of the Incoming here again for I have and field for there ia no FOR CORN4 4
'. need of Klssimmee today, and wo board that you contemplate dish|>en8- been well every day since arriving. more productive soil on earth and
are going to huve li. i Ing with "free books pe'm qnanently To see. tile green grass growing all tales of wonderful cropsbeing grown i
Dr. T. M. Hlvers -"! am InJIH'or'of throughout the county. Please per- 4>v r tne"8treets" and lawns in the midst there are almost, unbelievable.\ Of T
a complete system If titan 1 he installed mil me Uisay that I fear the result\ of of winter makes one feel young and course the large majority of those people of Florida are wakening to the possibilities of .
at u reasonable} cost, but Leant it 1 this Action upon the qchools. No one full of life, although I have passedthe I who desire to i-ngage'in trucking will great development In corn production. Our SPECIAL I.The I.
OlstlnclH' understood that I mean one I thing has for the past twelve oV fifteen three-score mark a good ways, I purchase land as near this shipping : FORMULA FOR: CORN has given wonderful results in heavy I
that will reduce! these enormous l ln"urance years, added more to the clll.T and If I settle in Florida It will certainly point as possible, and to demonstrateto yields of solid corn and prevents the White'Smut. What it
roles we are forced to pay. I am'| ciency' of the schools or been a I be here, for 1 like tbis.. place them what The soil in this locality II i has done for others It will do for you' IDEAL BRANDS
opposed to installing! any haphazard stronger advertising card than te: better than any 1 have ever visited, will nroduc-e If. the object the gentlemen include special formulas for all crops, made from proper ;
all air, and will not lend my supportto free schocll books supplied by the and 1 have traveled quite extensively. have In operating this garden.Mr. . materials and sold cheaper Chan any other, b..doo.the market
anything of the kind unless It is counlv. careful study of the question The people here are as good us any John M. Lee, the promoter of .1
. complete enough to be a water works after [personal .observation, leads ever created, and they make a stranger this project, and who is the senior .
in fact an wet!I as in mime. me to conclude us" follows: like myselffeel as though he was a member of the Lee-Parsons'Cattle Co. '
M. K&tz, dry goods merchant-"A Ihl. Free books largely increasethe member of their ,heat: big family, as well as an extensive grower of i Seed Potatoes--Rose No. 4
water works system for our to'na\ un attendance upon the school some which means b,great deal to an'old fruits and vegetables and a man of
absolute necest ity. Where Is nothing being too poor to provide books, and man like myself, who has neither chick large meaDS, In speaking of thin ex :
tint could or would l mean anymore. some too indifferent, to do so. nor child to call has own. I had an pe'imentaljlarden, gave the following Ideal Potato Manure : ItIq
1 favor it even if it costs us money In 2. Free books avoid t life) complication awful cough when 1 arrived here, but outline of what he and those Interested ' t -
Increaxed taxes, for it. would be money arising from ibe pupils bringing this climate cured me cvmpletely In a I with him intend to do: lit
well spent From every standpoint it different text books on the same sub- few days,, and I believe it,will cure almost "Now that. we have been fortunate k
is a good 1ropo"ILlon-bus\rwsB\ wouldbe jecl to school rooms, and insist upon any disease the people in the enough to lKJurethe. land just across 4 Call on our Local 'IAg-ent WATERS & CARSON ORO- 3
stimulated, insurance rates would their use. No teacher can do his best north contract. HJ. had my Irte to.live from the depot from the railroad company I ,
i. decrease, and men with means -would work under these conditions over it. would certainly be spent in this we will place It In charge of a : j CERY COMPANY, or address 1
a. look upon( us at* a thriving and enterr 3. The remote districts of the town of Klssiiumee, for here every thoroughly; competent trucker wl h.ln' Wilson & Fertillzfr '. ..
prising people. county not bejng near tbe place of thing awaits a mac-health, friendship stcuctlons to spare neither work nor .. ..loonier) ,r: :'Company,, l ,
-- JT: $:-Stratton county',commission- : supply for books have great dltliculty ,..Contentment and money.What. money to put it In the-best of condition , FLORIDA '.*
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1 r erHIt"a system of water-works in gelling lobe. necessary books when?:'moire couldmortal man ask for on Ihwearth. for,.planttnR'.,, By that I mean he I JACKSONVILLE. J ,

'"" -- instated here it would be a big saving heeded. I Yes' Klssimmee suits me, and Is.40 have an artesian well bored for .
.;, .. .'. m dollars to our,people in Insurance, 4. The cost of the books, 'whether i! 1 will" bu'here again/ .next winter if 1 irrigating purposes, thoroughly cleanit 'tP 'VIw'IFIVS'SFxIF: .' .'',p' ttt v4" aiFP'Nsrrvrvwa -

'::, rates as well as It would l protect our free or not, is borne by the taxpayers: live. of aU grass roots and use as much . ,- : . -'.
i property in,case of fire to !say nothing In' the one Instance-out of. the public I : fertilizer.ar-is necessary, also to have '
-a'r. 1 !" of'the convenience, would be to our fund provided by the taxpayers ; in ,I RUN ACROSS THE STATEIn It tiled and dittfhed! so that truck will +was s+M M.1 ,
-citizens/Unless a system, and a gfoodore.Is the other instance ouVtpf the'! private I grow in one soot as-well as another. 'I
put Jn a large majority'of KIs- funds of the taxpayers "It Is our I Intention to plant celeryon
siuimee'a" population will some night 5. It Is capable of demonstration a Thirty Horsepower Cadillac an extensive* scale, but will not Isclool: .
/ftnd themselves with no place to sleep, that free books paid for out' of the neglect any variety of vegetable, forit Supplies
I for ifs lire ever sLar.tot;; at one end of public fund will not cost, year by Automobile.Mr. Is our purpose to demonstrate! that

r I this'town when a strong wind is blowIng year. half as much as If supplied by and Mrs George L. Furrell and anything and everything. will grow >
here in abundance. It In. make TABLETS
direction there wont the for personal use.i. not to AND
in the right patrons
Mr. E. H. Case of Pittsburg, Pa., arrived -
4\\ be a house left, and it would take us ( I am confident that In the out- :> in Lie money that we established this garden [
city Saturday evening on
1 from districts at least 25 cent of but of course the truck grown will be .
a much longer time to recover lying per ]I their return trip to Seabreeze from >
such a calamity than it would to take the possible advancement of pupils sold in the local market or shipped to
in their
horsepower
Tampa thirty
up the bonds we sell to pay for Installing will\ be lost by reason of the .oade-I Cadillac auto, having made the trip northern and western cities. Our object J EXAMINATION TABLETS 1 xa
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Is to give an ocular demonstrationto
a good water works\: plant. quate supply of books if left > ""
from the latter city; to this place in six '
northern and friends MADE
Individual I I our western ESPECIALLY FOR
W. C. Bass, chairman of the county -purchase. hours and twenty minutes. a?
school board"iTiin in favor of Wb'Ler 7. It free books are supplied, they 'I This is the first party to make the when they come among us what this OSCEOLA HIGH SCHOOL \ .
section be and <
is financially able provided by the paid out of can made to produce, jv
works If the city are money
run across the state in an auto, and in '
without too the taxes, large portion'of which is I we believe that Is the most convincing > "- rf
to put them in placing: a lobe performance of the feat Mr. Far- <
the for bv non-resident If argument. Our people here know \ .
heavy a debt upon taxpayers paid taxpayers. rell has proven himself a thorough
all about this wonderful and
theta to Yes, they are a necessity purchased individually, they come out country,
carry. sportsman as well as a most capable
and I favor Installing them at of our own peqplo, at at least double the Valley Gazette has been persistently y
autoist few however enthusiastic
as men, telling neighbors In the oth- Kissimniee ; a..
our
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once if it Is possible to do so. the cost. Drug Company
in such sport, would have undertaken
I' l. P* Theoretically some fear; thai free er states aboutlt, which has done an immense -
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Kisslmmee
", A lady who formerly resided in the trips which necessitated travellnif amount of good and has been _
but who now lifer in Tampa, books wbe / bey are used heath \ 211 miles, and much of it supposedly the means of bringing many a person .
are a menace- to the of -----
after reading the last two Issues of the year over rough roads, althoughMr. here prospecting some of..whom.ba.vebought" : """" """
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the pupils. Practically, this system: ,. .. .
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Valley Gazette, wrote the editor lobe Farrell states he found, splendid and established '
"I have noticed with has been In operation in Osceola roads all the at Loughman / property , .
following: spe- county for twelve or fifteen years and way except fora homes, but Messrs. Carson Vans Ac- .......\..._. ...._.\-- .......... ... 1 ,. oq.- "
articles where the sand
the *
xclal Interest that appear was too deep I. 'ftrt -
I new Doneg&n, Fleming, Katz Lesley,
no'case of sickness has been known to .
Gazette in regard to waterworks short distance for his machine to
In the
Valley
Stanford and myself intend to show S : WHAT..IT MEANS!
develop from the use of these books.Practice .
for Kisslmmee. There is travel and be was forced to pull it. a them the actual- stuff growing and I
nothing that so appeals to me a. a system I is better than theory. few yards clinch the stories 1u been tUar t opU' do not know what auks Capital|la for. or tk. dlffer oo. be"j:
of water works in Kissimmee. Certain,! the supplying of free books The entire party was most favorably telling." your paper I tWMnalM-nkof lll l.or no oapltai l .u all the Questions brought entails an 'amount of labor and responsibility with this section I
Aside from impressed especiallyso 14 I A BANK'S CAPITAL AND SURPLUS
, to bear on lobe subject there is. none upon the superintendentand with the scenes around Iteedy creek, I the fund that protects th*depoillon from fat, therefore the lar.... U Is theMM.
eo great to me aa what such a system upon the teachers; but they vre where Mr. Farrell took as many as A.- C: L OFFICIALS.,HERE ( prolortloo tb.dosxnllon h.v*. mil bank bM a <- *vw ,r
would mean to the mothers, the wives adequately paid for this service; and twenty different views with his camera.On I of /:.......... ... .. . .......'.?.. ....430oo4' ttlj .
where the schools are benefit ted by the MMWH its flrp.ua. fund of....... ...., . .... .......... ..>? l&'OOOM<_ ,;. -
their this Tam.
and the daughters of Kisslmmee .at of free books that 11U14 trouble trip from city to They Are Much Impressed With the I fctookboUUr*' ll blilty ...... .......;. 60,000 00 .ff.AtaUlaf. '
such time when the servant problemis use and return they were under the '
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such consideration. Only the ladles should not stand in the way. guidance of Mr. A. A Loll, proprietor possibilities 'of Kbslmmeer" ." .... ... ........ .........tiamo cc .1 + ofi
can tell what that would mean in For these reasons, from my standpoint of lobe local garage, who also pi ". Tbl. m.&IIe that W.mast lose.1I.6,00Q.00 before oar d.poel1Gra4'108o a.
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the abolition of the free books"ysL4H1HDeau1Iectded'"l'et.l'ogreI810n Of Atlantic = oen& This proteotloa I. for JOV. t : "
the home, thereby saving almost one- -lOWd-\heto '01J"th, &lf sightseeing tour, A party distinguished r
s third of the 'labor they now have to during their stay in Klsslipmoe. Cost Line officials composed of General STATE.BANK..OE KISSIMMEE.or
contend with'. 1 am sure the !good men In the school I interest of the oouqty. Mr. Farrell stated that quite a few Manager J. R. Kenley: and. wife I . .. --
of 1 lsslmmee' have not thought.of it This would bear\upon all. the pupilsIn gentlemen were anxiously awaitinghis ; of Wilmington: C;;.General Superintendent ill ., -- o
the county, but moat heavily upcn M. Riddle of KtIM....... .
__. 'ill thlsjlght, but. It means aa much to return to Seabreeze that they may Jacksonville; : : RLONIDA.KSOIf "
: "'women individually as any one step ,! those outside of Kissimmee, because learn from him the condition of the .Superintendent Thos. Wilson of Hunter I 0. A. 0"' JOHM if. LBH li.'CAB8OV w"' ,
\the town can take." of the great Inconvenience of getting roads and he was satisfied that his S. C., and Mr.'Harrell of- Wilm'ngton Pre.lia' Vloe-P"ld.o, r c_. t
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books. report would be the cause of several lpeol.J N. C.: arrived In KisslmmM -.---.......-.....-..-...-...---.....-.... !mo,
For years it has been a source of cars passing this way in the near future \ in their cars Tuesday mornIng -
A Great Opportunity. pleasure and of pride to the "people of on a like run, and that he and and were met by Messrs. C. A. .
Every day brings the Board of Tradea the county that,free books constituted his wife would visit our town again Carson, H. M.: Plano J. M. WllUon,
number of inquiries concerning Klsimmee Dart of the sysSbtn. As an advertising so Impressed! were they with our peo:, Jr., and G. P. Parker and driven over (C tOCIOCOCtOC1OCIOCtOCIOCtOCOCOCaclCJOaOC) ; 4r r
and her remarkable agricultural feature for our schools nothing was pie, our climate afcd our scenery. the city, visiting the mills of the Kls; O. A.:CARSON. i I. AKTOANFORDtULUFFEK.. '

+ opportunities frjr), investors. These better. As an Inducement for others The party left for Seabreeze Sunday. simmee Lumber Co. 'the new Oiceola ........_" VlcoWWfcUot. ........ t
inquiries come from the north, east to come into the community for edu High School building, Rotunda's). -,-- .
and west. There is no-disputing the cational advantages) nothing was more Concerning City Finances. truck garden and other place of Interest -' 'VT'K
fact that next season will see one hun potent. To abolish this plan means, that was poJslbleJin' .J&g-Jhoft. if
dred. people here to ten this present In my Judgment, a crippling .of, theschooll. Editor Falley Gazette: time their'weMrher*. '-KISSIMME ; iO. .
year; and then tbequesLlon arises, which it will take years to Would not a complete financial The entire visiting party expressed LUMBER < .
v what are we going to do with them? .overcome. Let. me kindly suggest, statement of our town be of general themselves as much impressed with ,
We will need more houses, more private therefore, as one peculiarly Interested interest and to the good of all ? Our our town, declaring Its possibilities, >' . '
boarding houses and more furnished in the schools of the county, that you city's management will doubtless com- wereunhmlted everything seemed to "" *{
roomsT Old timeI'I on return very, very carefully consider this.nat pare favorably with any' in Florida grow here in such.',.abundanoq\ ,"that ; t ;
St 'N visits tee the progress Kisslmmee has /tee before abolishing free books, and still the actual figures once a year, there should be; no reason why, this) .1 :
made, and if we will all join the putting the schools back Into:\ the stats just as any other corporation makes ection could DO'.be jnade to,produce ;; Rough ,.'tt'l1' t Jres et1'.: : :

"., poster Club and every man; woman in which they were ears ago. annually, would show to lone World, garden truck enough to make Klulm- ,. ," ... .. I, + .... .. ..,,.. '" -f .' tt,'." ..
an( .cblld talk: for his own town, Klsi Yours very truly. what we are doing and would help us mea oDe of IneJeadlng shipping points T. .J"J-' "*'" ;
C. A. CARSON.Mr. In:the south which',would 'sq add to _
i will be the Paradise of Flori' arrow. TAXPAYER. 'Pine' Lumber qn .r'H.1:
business .Dd.population that our town ,
\ da. Kisslmmee real estate is keeping 'L \
5 pace. withjlhat of other town in the T. M. Fleming and Mr. Howard Mr. and MrsTOvM. Gardner Of Columbus would be the foremoot inland city In s t ,
state, her rlouILur..I..nd trucking of Athens Ohio arrived in town Wednesday Otno, arrived in town 'Monday the Mate ia a. few years.; Id fact.Mr.aocKMrs. .. .. ; "-7-' -:- . :.
: lands are not surpassed for richness flight and are guests at the and hive hrtn I Iboklbg around : .- Eenley were so'-'Impressedtrtlbvibenianifold '- .. .....'ii', .
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of soil,-and with water works and good home of Judge L. A. Minx. These with a TlewslA .purob |ills property advantages this seotloa. \i' ,. .. '", >"a, rI'_ -; 'r t"

.road what win hinder us from having.ten gentlemen are investigating' local real and locating.. here. 'Tbep.arcjfueitB. possessed,.tha V.tb y<..'wll-r turatjere HOUSE::BIttT; : ;. A ,:E.9'.ArY{ >> : : .* '
t.boulalld.lnbabILantl-.IQ.y\be-nest. eetate'and" win "probablj'"jcnake' some! while'here of'tbelr old frleads, Judge &<<&lQ'80'. they have, more time .. '. : J'
C. Investpaefits here.. '" and Mr*. L. A Minx. ;.../, o. and'make thorough lnte.Ugationv ,
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I !CONGRESSMEN*: fffRE'f ,In FLORIDVKSJ.HDER' I CHUM lAS RESIGNED[) RUnAL'lrfAIL-DELIVEHT.i ' IlO r i -AID 1NJDUCATIONNational'Government i tAit NEWS N3TE "-, *f :., I,

Naval* Stores Indu.try With G.or.w. Poatoffipe1 Deparlm nt Will lncroaa.. General.- -." ,

I I'f Many- of the OJJ Timers.Are ,to ' a Close Second. Negro ; at'* Charleston I'' Rcutes in the South.IVattiinjiton I Will 'Contribute The .XCioy. Russia; iollcq 7a ari COI< '1
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; Leave the House and Senate'; Washington, I). C.-In a report pub .5.'C. Retires J3, C.-onJcnt' I bidden the cclebralon.ot iho unlv f* :..:'
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Uelied) | ( t Iho .Wu" I More Liberally to Cause.ASSiSTANtElroqVEIlNMENT. of I
"' by the dl'lal'lnlont : agriculture Vblunta "i li)o" fot.i more VfflolCnt j fitS hee. of Charle
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;f., 'I TEL Eff foRAKEIf AND' PLATT it 'I ls vhnfrn that of tho ,eLgvtdoufliorn ) \[ I r I postal Bftilco 'il the1'' south. thu ap \ on to*the the ground of religious obJecHons -'< '" I:,
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iiUte' J11'oc1udnli'mora :'than SVES'TAFT"EllAllh1ASMENiI I pealsof tho Darwinian, -tbeol: ,

t, :Aioiirg the NoUbU. Who Will Leave thS ZflO.OOO( Rlloll" ot tufntl'no"nnd-.' aiU) Dlxon'ri, 1..ople'r.om,1elu\"IICI'll >- In ''an' official statementItauod I la 7
i. JtioB; Of thaw cliur Is Banuhtn'the' Menace and Diigrace oEhllitescy I Xow York .City, by Preldent-el;
tOO barrels of rosin each Florida lendsthe >cier, *HI go- tenhceed .
: ul.-- Leaders'' the '
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l rm.r lI.l.'Ith Brought to Upon Him to by TJuPTi Sam. .10\ now From the Tr>tt. it Id positively aquounced that
ofturprntlno .
17,030,300'gallons j .
Hoti e to Qui(. Cause Him Dierent ex-Oovcrnor Myron TV Hcrrlck of
Ketign beingformulated
t.o ; by .vOLdaU of the
In 1908 aRnlndt States.Waghlr.ftlun .
1G,52,70I)(I \ Ohio (16 not rto receive th i portfolio
i VVaj hn! {tou. D. 'C."Twt'ivff ,cna gallons I In 1907 sad l. 32J14 barrvlu I s. C: ,----Wltli the reslg- poHtofflru deijurtmcsiit' coutemplalo (110eatabtishflieIt of -''iary( of the Governor ..
( (it ln in CbtllNitOI. ; during tho >re ent ? _.!! .Dr C.-The BUperlritndeiit treaaury.
org Bud .flveUI.r"pu representatlvou' rq 1908 acnlnHt 1.7.74.S7U bur -. Wllllnin u. Cfliin, u | year sate Horrlck could i not accept 'the place
,wlio; i fU lif-19,07. collector I I.( u greater number ojt. *6W rural free > of"education throughoutthe his business
arb uitNiiuorj' of (1o j I'H'ent ot rumoain ul I tIlls jiurt, tlu ufalr being 11 MUCh
e0l1g::8U' w ill b boabauul bell the Ot rgla Aj'frfxfma, "tl h"l nlpfll, U\i- 11.lgllHlol toldiii. effect 'March-, _u: [I di-itYory than i Italuy routes ullior In it-ctlou the HAiihern hUI country desire the* utftlittal' 'gov.I shaprt aa.to 1> It. Mr. ''att' ald

alxly-flvttt Vbnxfesa-Ayfli'tubloit In *IH- lslana"NorlrTi"t4l-61lna. South OnrollVu. .1"\101 1 111".1 ifed lo- Calls LI'rokideni of the coun- ernment to contribute more 'l el'u.IY" Governor HerricK HO notjfled him aa ',
nnd TOXUB <-jciy"|) Jji$ i ilio wrdor r olcii Tmt I .I'oiitiaerublo tonUII.IM..I..1 ,I- I j, ti-y. I early as l last December. :
'Xllal t'Ori| NI .Mitrcll 2. Tim ..Voflection named It has only b'enhlu recent 19 the cause of education, i a i : yours
In uMjulrd.\ ystlmtitod'iiojiylatlon| bf.h
of. .Mr. .1 1 I.llopfcin In ]iUuoIi1Mr. Ithlt thepeople of the i can be' that will strei\glh" I The
Tlwr'a..
a ttinIttldticveast* In No aiiHijiiliiif in 1 .acio by I'reVldciilKiOhrtii 'L loulh lavl d"'I.d city of New orhi l 4.ft2.C5( aec'ordII -
cd Itt'/h'n"oll.' lii Wlucousln, thc vnltio of the pVt.ilui'1 fur ttdld IIB II : <11"1"or t I3)o Utl- ,.unil. 'to i ea!j.- (tUo great I.il. I. and encourage..iho, IndlvlduVI 1 .state 1 to HeaHli Commissioiir.ThOma&

Ii6t j-pi haVlnJiiil! ( >!lii'' <'Kll! ispoi.'sUiTe ; .- (5)511 tIll i-oil "flltli ,t it p I" eted lug Ji'itr.rw 11 Inll1.'II'JI. h\ guru rueto UKWllOf. I \ derived fruiii the rural free !Uv.j 1 school tyhieuu. Instead bf Impairing i larltaglctu'u's annual report. The In-

., VBcir I'ullnri? t>? QleiitI1 'w111 a1l1l wnsTiiiT'-Taniiiv Kivfirrnerr..'nsC i in I- nl"'',1\1'1'.1111. .. ::1li'.-n: ;i.: : 1 f flprit. _.\ l. ILJObole 1 .r.ae durIngIlsu&liggrvatstd 1372 __ _
lucut the niiiiihcr uf ufiiutora) ) ni- tln; pri'vnillni I I prlcnH for roaln tliirlnxo -- | | llllllM-tll) I I 'ltd Colltl'IOf I ; ufI'liai XII wplrlt lUiS tvei.. hlta're :', \ schetn&In persons. ; t .

I. fceuiceu lo (OUI t"'II. Tl Ii>u changes lu KjinlPar.. Tin1 alii)' of tit p / I I li'stox, \\ !a M vii'.uionuly oinmffilI'm 'I; ; Mho south I people of nuu'nt. llurgiury, In urance. companies

the JVI'BOIIinl Of till- hCIUle aUd tllMIM'inchiilo (until' 't for I the. I two\ ) eU Iii'oi' low ti tit-iiis&- 01 "I' i i I thai Uu li. lilt I port of'ihf countY are upprelolalliiK I This substU'iti.Jly states the pouf- throughout the United States hate decided .

many \\'ho"e uuuien are lj> Tui>viMilliie, llinx. $1 -I.! I 2i7T.:! J9i17! gii . lo the t degree tho- b'ue- host of Elmer l-.ll.worth llrowii. commissioner substantially increase tbclrrafes
w9r .m to every render of uowh|u- $I lk,263.30!!. rosin tIPS $1 I iT.7i3,5lil.( ,1. ('i Him Piiyu I Unit I ( I iiri'Hburo' ha i | flilal results of < .rural free delivery ot .u tou. who 1..1IIIW.I because of the many recent

J lolLOf' nnd I)!1)7.) $17 I .:p7 I ,II ir>!II i : a rI rtifffrojicu i: .,' l>roiiiii! 10 lic-ur, un /tuui imw1 'toUUto system. Overtiming, what the postollioi from Chicago, ..uhete he htteided the burRlariem. This was deldedPOI:

the Koventy-Hoven rcpifHunuitlroM -' llit" v'II lilt' "f I lli'1 1'onibliii'd ouljut t| of r ( ( linn u) I li'hljn.'but' 3 llai In.' ijuiaMI ,, d"IJllll regaidetl as natural meeting of Hu.ic'rliuendenn; educutiou. at a recent incpthiK In ,illhlo

,. who I''U"I on JlhudloJ. I'.''I f.l"U4.l' !>2 In fuvcif ul lli'7.! U I inut lifoaiiM' lie Xl i""'" t to sitvolr. lmnlei- to IU i xttiiblon uf the I'uralfree although It did IKII become: known' uu-

'1 lieybuiu cf Iowa halt 'KCIV.H' t iwi nty-: \ '1 n. Iii tI "tll hfx cntvrtalnnisreul II delivery n'l 11"o In ninny sectionsof Ou being asked rOT an- opinion. :1'. 'III yfbterday. The Increase's ai'e to .
two yearn lu congress. alit unol h""r. MltVK.Ih. FUUUAT10HIM D.) n-rtpi-fl.I 11)J :in> I ponHIblu en- tile :.outh. tl.e. way Is now clear Drown said he bolie"Ved. in the (guy Include Hit- rnti-u to hunks al overilii

ldr. Sheirann of New \ ."k.hu be1 1 1 iinifloiiii'iii; .and fhn'lly" IH-I a-K' Iii I ('I I."sluulllJllul lUinOrfils( of uewI'OU" I ercmvut giving its' iild to ,'dqcDlou. "'"lnU'y.. and nil clashes p uurg-
,rOtn.l Vlcu 111'1 1'111. 1m.svltrtl, :i.' i I Seventy-Eight Names Added in Year I i-i'I 1. I ilial h I), I IIIIK ,ii"-1 ', ..J""II.| I I\ Jilinutu In11'1 ", southern states. '| but thoiiHiit that ai a jrerequiaecareful 1 t larvliiKiiriince in New York city,

.. year la ilio house Mi ruuhlim of to Retiring' Allowance Holl. dMlli i Ih..I",1; < - I i Is one of Iii Tpqutretiifiits of the I Idvpiirltuoiil and exhaustive' study should I The Keel of the battleship Utah, .

,1 lowe and Di-loginc Sinlili of, AiT/.oim Now YnrU' t.'ll.T1ii'. .. ililrd aiiniuirrj'oil hIS!lion,i-lili'f.anil -I I MM .. \\11 In I ihf estublifhment of be made ot the uliolo field by un ex-' 1 slyier ship ot the 'Florida now Uenm "
Ilave served IIhIP1I1': 'N l hilt.1l'. -- new routes' that the roe / BhajT be. purl national couiiuist.on.| constructed at I Iho Ilrooklyn navy
of ilu '
|1'1" >101"111.1'1' 1 lniiMirrrof I In hi', lollfi'I ti> 1'resuloiH Itoosoill -
Jenkins' "of \'Ist-oahi.! t'ooi-er of 'I-\- kept in good "0'1100.' A'h the.poutoltlco He points out that tills cuinpalgushould I .\uid, wan laid In the yard of th* New .
th. ,' I lr I) 'ru IliunUH, I
Cuj) .le J'ouiHluiloii for tho \ t Sn I 1"'II'11fol I .
as, Ovorstn'pt or l'inis> lvi..ila. "Mdl, tI depstt I 11 beeh its teti.it'5it bu the in mustcare York ShijiUnlldlnK "' '. Camden.Thf .
liJun; -"'" '' uf, I Kiaiff[ Ujipointlii' : him nix > tiles iu;". i .a.1lb company
have IrinhliiK. JIIIJAlll IUd
IIH ho I
served ( possibli' 'in enforcement-
I ,
I CIII Il'll > 1tbi.In ) lind im 1Ial sboald bu ti' battleship I IH to nave"' a dls-
years of norvloo' 1 Mount or Toiler | llUJI-. "II.] \\ !. htflltl\ t5igl'i.-** ill I lit"xxoik .rl""r i 1'I"mlllllll I i liliu it-i-i-ntlj I lor all thin regulation i in thu noutji! o\log to countenanced which would aim ul 'Iii jjlacenic-iil of Jl ,:3a7(, I 01 I. uud will

,- of Colorado 1 h The m-Mor uf tll..I.i | l uf Iliii-l, liiHIIiiidou! ,l"i' lliu .li-oil : \\11< I'. C -Tho- rotianatiou U\III! at! nb"tiult-I nearly)' hiI o* Clio king away tl'QI1 the ovcri-ltn stalin bat i- a Kpt-cd of L'I I knots all hour _

', firing HtatcHiiicii having 'IM-UI' ilrciF ."'HI iMidlji); S iii'liil"'i|" ;3!i"" I'.iu.s.': 1I)UrI l.hll''UI.iii't t'miu'afollffior I otMM I' pi-, It hIlls for .ifMditlouuI ( In the 1 lljo ( Will oh they now exercluo aid Tincontract, prltf, without I I armor or .

Pel senator lliqi., I in.- ,iiilinlRMi h tif Ins I in. I On' > i.ir -.I'M-nit i'inlu iniiiK-s iii- t oi ,'it.ti h'Mon. 14 tukt/n hi'iolo pasi hit>e boon )r'ctt.'d.] Now how- Uiclr liiWepfiitienl btlnxjl SNbtems.Iieliclk'ilejs.aIL arniiiiiient, IM J.'i.viii.iMin.: I: Her tonnage
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P' "slate to "flic"uriloiT!"-finvTTr',! FTTS yiiiDecember I I, .. ". .iil/ln1TTItr.- ,ii i urrigil; tuwu-n-i-r. Vtlrll.Ih'f I. I i>'I ti> t ttutu OMT. Hint the M> t.IIJ'L11f"l.t0IL! tllc MUtc-s ufIE 1 Is ,I.'HM' ) ions fiicaii'ithan' 'Hie .NorthI .
; !. 4. I ISTti' iiln i. uhlrii I Him* I.JjJ .- tmo t ih.it 11'11-lHti. l iI" W..Illg., "OM r 1 union would Insist ul.ol I this lean I I ii!.,ita iiii
he hs boon coiulnuiMiwh' $ innl 1'11111I1 Iti .' 1m i'',, 'ittlil liasiges \I i-ri' tilatie hi .ttgiii ui > l111111.tliI hiutffil.loiin \ : -itulfs .lo iiui'.tscd I posjul 1 fucllltles > Si lOut of control. lull. would w'kul' I 1 1 tli'lsii ii hull hts.I

ncntly In llu> public .\' ,Jf| ill if- III th. I 11110". lOr i lit', "IIIIlntwII* ,1111'11110) I II. III') 'i-a..IIII". ilif in isro 1'igl.stirlirjils A iv rapidly IHTlemovciKw. I Ith consoijuf the aid uud ai--hit sttst',' of 111 inn inn.i 1'1.. mail i 11I11..r t < on u :" fulk andWfsioin

1 tire voluntarily fii Mimli! 4. li.iv lni: t Ill' ) III" 'flit' !11I11,1111\1111 1111..11111. 01 lt' It tinliiiirlci, in., ,'.ittlIiIt.lfl, ;.' in h..I..I..t 1 r"bul. iii sihat reui ;O\IIII"lt la buiiiMhiiiK iho iinnattand ,. \\1.1.1lhlh' 1I.1I1J.IIK forty
--. '. de>Tlllltd 1 ltii'llu44, "I la I. .1 int.u.ihMtr . t.ljl.lil: _11110nn.. .' 4tl liii .."...1 I r"l\ \VlIik1li.-. rull liu r. 1 iu aiu'S .-: I i. One ot( I tilt' mott potent_ flicMnrp disgrace ol Illlti nu.from. Hit tulles an hour I by, Utll.I'I''a' .. .'.

of t lie Illllli'lltll I I Iliniifllll \ i '''II'! < $3.t-it': t lii $4tilitii'ntt' ihe I''WII a III ,I 'of Ills cpi-f. h.-.. *]iot, illfiilly Il'; )linriodlioiii : L In brimjitiir about It i tHlfrSv, . borders of the stale .,....h..1) H iimil iiouch fvuui a ateI -

-I UilKflon.'. ami ,ill i tiiitiiiiif Mix public 11.:1"11..1 10 the rt "tl..t "C 1\ 1.(00'It' lIoUhs ortli'0 ,ly I lie foii'h. lull. .1.1 of, hlfdnv.n i. Inthe south has "We ihould look \licfiji-e, we Icaji.) '- I intuit > tiiintanil I on ojt-iiiliK It ill

(- service hi I Him uniii'i a"nator Ki it.tik.,'. wbtihc 1',1 it I tnt .. IlIl' ,St'II till' .. 10,.,." JII..nh' 'It) lu) ollifimi, an lilt: :l'lif in mo hal jnor [ deli\er> "rlii tiou Into this whole elllu'l, I lo liml that an uitaddi caned fuck-

career "Is ficsh In ( In- nitiid, i>I *-\-t rpne. > I h. iil-ofi'i.-' ,il-j. t lii'i..i.Imlf 10 h. liii-. tuilifli '' IJ''I; ilu un.- and th,' prolohiio >- Tho youth wll olinro to I larger PX'toni i b}.- I comiulttii- congit-BH hlbJl"t.or I by of- upi hriic!I jitinch f ont-tii ri il out tiiuus-

I luin fcerifd lu Ill,' tu'iuiu1, t \ PIt o '] I tif whal I Ii-- liu-liiml: w till itt h'Ih"11 \ .//111 . :> in ,Ilio .south than In.anj oilier koctlon of the of tliit; buiouuiioiilil be*' tin a"II''IOl'I.'IIII' ,' .e1a.. It Is thought .
year 1 "lItIlIP I I" 1'.1\ i.. it ho lia\f )Ii," '11.lu'I.al1 h"I,1111 fuli'ial, I otlh'f*:[ ei>utitr> I in the I proposed: dlblllmtiol I I I I of .eer.II'H sit [i iu am j.lan looking to tlx lit,. j J'" 1..0UI iitto the iiouoh, by

S Senator Hcmenwaj' mifi'i-odod Vice: I' 1'.IJ1I1 I'lilihi'll I of lh. Koiiiiiiu- Mine l l."o ours ,'1.1"1' al Aiioni.illox.;',) I iiirnl f,i- -ilfll\fr> (-,'r.1 dl. 'ng; HI'ln nit I herextinsioii ol fio\t i lilt ini-taU"' .i'iiiustilit i li-rli Mho caught
PrelldfiH .II'Llllllk.i I tit n ilint niui-li, liOin"'c'oiKiluiliiK t onri ,'al0'1'\ than llM' UI"Il the ... falntfil Ihe '
K I'n-ilixis, .lo .11) a liiui urv in I fair: wa.. to ninl tfu-lr tictuIIHIIOII ] % hllll'd to the E-I liouU. 1 ui-h an ui iHMiih 1. 11. in cur
that he butt )teeti> II t'i 1 KiiiliuMii' iiu'in S thf IIIIH! "'III' lo .|to( n "'n> \MtliI'ulClml nikfii a" iiy li.thf._ now ud- new
tor of tin- .liuus Mu.ilir iltimi[ it li inii-i "Iffi-iu i' In M.iU' tnlli'iifsuiul iiiliililraiionSouthern, "I loHW,I uuthi-i, n ntBten. wlilfh nearj tlon of a cuietui aiid jiidicfoiib pia; s Tin lit. Ill-It ROM I 1"1111''hldl' ( has
t"CInrr'.. lu'illg Hnnrinnii i>f th,' roition nnl\ t'ri.tlls', aril" I I.. aw-urf ttti tif'- I t "l.L"n"l 1\11 t bo hoitlIH I ,iyyioV: ieih t'1> tho'bu for th .- enure'OUT thai 1 uul. tlxu tEd to | tht 1"'I1I11I1.h( t I 1'1.101'1 I I I lal I.' for hiiin '-

milLee "I'I""lllIlh'' | n- XN lnn lio. i jIO ilfiiiU' i'l'iloin .itul I'll---' litiiiiiisttt lit | tlit i' I Uiaii! i-\i i I.r"" :uul hfotlli >VI \ sehoolt< 1tt'd'o : (. \ bi-hiiiil in .-ti's ito-lila' lIt loriul .

-- -' signed \ '"' '\0 I h,' l-'IUItl' |i.ohiii-i., fiotn I ,-i-iliir.it 11 ITS of thf ii'1| I> oiminuitl Tan Thftf aroi now in opt-inilon In the Couiniitsioner I Ii own had \ \Iv I situ\ .iuat ion. h<" iiiiw i ..til tl H) itb asalsIHii'f -

:'.. S.i'.ftloi Mrl 1 ri'Uiarvlce \ nb. lind :i Ions Tin *'1"1 I ul Tifusnrt'r ThomnxMoni'on .ilu'>iaif n, ,'i ',-.1 in iitai'i.I.ii--" tolauf finiihiin I Mntfs nine I thcn -and dtIit 1(11.1 III iniiul ibe -111)114" ) try; tin ,tif it! .iil.iblo/ ll"'lt"] for

in vh1 houitlvea. or niiiri *-"-!.taluni : fiiffSli': Allows! iht- jri'tciilafsfO tilt pl.U'i .-tttit- 'iiffifi1.i'flho' lititit-,! .1 and" s.f\fiit> four rural louti'S, that wv uM! be llsu*!. Ii tif ,; 0111"riiint I itil .i Ii .' J. liuxliiK i UK'n-d 'that, \ in lie> of KuntHl.illr.il' to ln< $]liI ju' si'tn iiiltnnii.1 I .lh'l oi, :al ''tit 2-i ;in ,r cent of Ih,' anal nuiu- i-ongbt to irii.ijiiie I )In niaUiiif, tli,> aniu>ii it i in* lit11 iho

forty-nlnili riiiKM i.-'i. utu) .tifu-i M. \ 71,1'-;: .:S''i.1' :! Tinto" al Its thu.' tot t Ih,. Tlu iifCiif, lIlt tPI f u 11.1'l\ I her t)f rouies iu ojH.Tu' WI.,11.! h it) of t hiis buolh| ijro."or'ung Ip'l!' II I-h llp"r, |I > I I house < f i f iniiioii.-4" Stiiftai\, t.i \\ arMalilaiie

- of.tac 1"1111. i UI'I.I Liii' lii 1I.1"t' atiysr. I MM ill > i'al: fliilllii St ,.ii nilifr ;3>'. 1301.uni. : if-fiil "II i T.-ifi Itl"\I .' ', . 11 I j.7.4ti:: ;i) I..I it-i-i of roiidThehe unites books and ouliliilii by; thf t x aniniintfil' thai ( Innm'ia" -
ago $;.:ui.3ui. mill tutul ,'.p.'lltIlIUII.| j tholr im-f ",'at'r.: of) I \ II"11'nn ,' \\ !II!., h cost the BOMrnmrnl I total of lot the ,of the".,'OII"IU.: menl I was c un.-iil "-i I llm i I.- ,Ill S 5.a ill It ty
.ithool
Oliver ",'nnlllr"ho will. ni't ire U1\1''*Jl b.. \ \ T \'In.u Ji.'iialii'i of I Hit,1tromurj f i' ..'.4!l'.- IS 1 per 1111m to lualiiialn, aru Thc KOVeriiineiit,U\'llll'nl Is of It'. .IIIt .t" Sfi-uif tie -i I II.IOOK .if lie
juarcn 4 me AtiKrny ol \'.>.hll101\1. M.2.WOULD -- -- -. h." luiMt-xcr.. 11./.'< Ih"I' I I iii'iI amoii)* "h.'. states its follottiAUhania .,. die tjiuun ul itlrtady.iiii till: \YriKht! brtilhtib Mini iln-lr ui'roi.lano.
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Pulton of Oregon.' tjtr; > of Soul It ,'111"- ',i SETTLE WAR TALK. I to l I" t 3\111I1. Tln\' ci'c .Mr Taft'sKl l.79. ArIitstsai34 $. Fbi Ida ff-ns .to the land IdaCa\lol by U"IIUI"; | ; la "1 am trtn10 ,"al,,' ia\ com KC of
grant : ,
I
t ollna.. llaiisluouih' of Noitli i liukotn.' 1",11'8 I in tho i-olontl peoplu. histontiibulion 1 4'r-lieornia' ; i.t.i3.: l>> ifiuna 115. MIsUslpji state Is (01.- I attion tijiictir* '"l'li ilif admonition, : oft
Yale Professor gUen tills car f3;); .""i'i
Wguld Send > > to
Klllrrdpo of Stools Jiojonti.I ; l.tnij: < i |I Jingoes lo I tlif iit'Kio orjihiinaso- > (2; 5. i.onl Vurullna l.4o.Si. wHiU Ihe of : t Paul ow f no man an\thinK, This I
: Kaur&H. Mlllon of, Louisiana and I'latt I |,I to Mid-Ocean to Fight it Out. I ltV Au.miMa.! \fiich i row 1",1I litu outofss ,1th'sl"ln:' "l'. T,'iuif.*>ef 15.1. > ili'iMjrl\stud. niuchanic lls iHt-se-t olaKiicultiire .I .' tll'1,1t'IlI..nt mutlf /y the Key.K - !
of N'i".v York i I'rofeJsor mo\ fulfill ti>'j>aoff I lie debts T. Irt8 Tin rdiiinnd ii. of the Sheridan
New Y"II. t'lif loorKT u "* I 7-ir> an.111,11111 i JO". IttT Iii j-e dUtrlbuti I k ; iiii .0" I
; nllpl'"". ntai' I l\f 1 llepbiirn, of Ion a l.nilil I of Yale :ailvani oil au oilKlnnl ,I. ami hi,. '1"h in N'f\ Yolk in all -. .I.Hi'srural I ! > h.1 Lisan- to ihe n of of ihtx the money 1 i- ubji'< I t I'fitlv; M'-'liiill-t\ 1'' "rth.'hkal.( o, .oj,
has been con of Ilk Hookt t r \.lihIlIg' Oil h hool al ''L..I on- full fount -ltru Mate lfifii-l.if.iri'' .st'!.ililtiji n <.t! ithN d- 1'1 i niiuution to
i i. >.pciioiisl\ I intcrt'.ii-tl S I I in Ulea foi I Iho )
-i. j.- proxoi .I III 1oC "'\\'' between of bib I hll.1 bu; muM bf UMd foi the
i all matters tItling lo intcrxlait' I. TI.I" f. a.o\ :1 iitf rail I purport ',;al: *.d"1! / "li-I i in. pii.-i ilily 110
1 filmWerco I J lapuii nut I tin* U lIned indicated In .
$5 I SIt'Shifore Iletil.i ,tho: t uii..1. PICfUKt (;"o'gll $:'a.H34 ,
t his. i-oiuiottlon I with jiublif nf- It.1 I III IPRUliKtSSUf ; ( IRON. / H.MM d.nn n :ir d'tiina' ) v.luth hoin
the uluir.nl of iii'Vt'i.i IUIWLlH to thi state: college at Atlstii
I 1"1'11 !t "
n.I:
< h", i--i mill IIL.H.I, 'iall.\
fsUrs 1 \Jy;
t lI10 u.
going antf-'i lUm I I '
t tlajx.
w he IU\\ log bofii a uVU-uv; 'to ,ihe ,t- |i illnnor.Itt'fcorve \ 111'.11III. their annual II ( Lt\4L WORK. Remarkable Achievement Through a \Sll.bl.i I ,; tu t ihe iit'Uro school near '1nlnl ..1:11)t ..f $J .".' ----.t. ,' .i "Jolt.| fur ".
New ilif iiriiluf l ni-, fapalards l Iii .smd "As
t. publican 111\\11111\ cuiixoiit ion In 1 ISM'.J; 62.751.924 Vardc of Earth Removed. Discovery. .. "
"Tlio fur of ho .
1 John Shnrp WllUnins. cra.'o larger na\ies is tin- fhlenso. l F H lUatkniarof ln : .o\irnm< lit tnuM m co 'in thftneroii ,' Inn, i Ii. n I ii must
former i ,
- minority economical 111. 04.671 Ysros Remain ll-Pr
:llotical. iininoriil to build IL. ruihrr
i leader of the house Situ un- I Hahoir.ar.n.; .. I I told furlifi ni ts' tnan to -nilFlltuie As a Ill. 'l'r "' fi-i. I base
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? 1"111'1I.u> f.ui rllirl8llmi." I \ Ftu.iI\ ft'lmiiteshivc :1..1. C.I..o" '
h,' said 'I 1 coulil ., Ie' all ..Il.0",11,1. --oiiiftl'iiiK! in of :
'II 1.la'l ihf in nrp<"=!intr olillmulniNLto III t III then .
I the female two ;:1 : iiei nil.- of I ,' d.st-overy uf I Ila-
\ yenrit honco H".II"- : prtvafi' il\ of the nuiountof .
war talk in, a short while and 1 will'toll h..l The "ubJ.l. is whtih is I "nr future, the ': "fh1dl I .>
Japproat I 1'11"11I'111
"li .IIIJJ
dtc'-ihur I hlth inutlo I
tentative
John Attain 11"o..k1un.. I Ii i iactla 1 tintI :1 work that will IIUMto bo done is was public at hod
you I would tin It \lb' tnieHEN'OL'.NCES ( t-n--* ''' T'- t'lf' ihnrili. .I'
l who has cyan Hums! lot ho humor I' would iq cor.ilt:; iithe Panama canaU Tluiethov New Oi loans I'\ lr E. 1. l>aileuls oof -'-- 11 lt 10,1., -Ipone upoumr "
I take but' .
a tloshlp. j lacc it present salar\ I can inn meet the
tif many -."OUI'\'''' s. tutu HourUe Itiut \h"1UI I lit :iii. took I'Ostes.slon ah'manl Mi iic-al! (.'olli'se Ir.htlatksnsir ; fEGACV ;.
in
command of .OipMin t t 1 Iloltson. linton 540,000 I obllient Ion 11..1] '111':10.1: tif simpleniatheiuaiics
]
4 Cochrau of XI."W'urk.. who has flsj j : there w iLkt t iotiuiit.-tl for .I he \\ "# itioCt-tItled: i"> Dr. Ual- .
1 board a lot of /
cousrpssiiien and II I Is n' iu .
purpose
tired in oratorical construction: .cf canal as pres, Joy I in making Left 1 Her Father's Will
-i -a many 'contents also editors: and send the tbl a experiments. Rather Than I Iii ,
F.hlp to the mldIttltj leaving the church for a tlmu to sisePItt
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b. will retire. ent' planned, a 'total lou ofi4.tt6.il3' -" "One--ct-vcur.- jiMJatutioua e*perk ..
,
.xca\'a Quit Her .
(, cf the I'altIc. Then would 'In- Husband that o'Wfeatlom Then I. kfcall "ex-
Among thd. retiring representatlvos. vile Jniiau 10 equip ship '111 *! cllblC'ld..,.- <. Of, this l.auJ I'toen! ,-"Itl Theiiew. ubaIanee.sa4 pa Ilatber pect ''to/.rekurn; ; .h ''' l,1rk/ f.'
a inilar.uidimor than give- .
,ze there -hail 'excavatedatoJ. / the taklnij of i' j., =oril.tcwr .
; been
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1'r, ; ; It'UII knar.I' I '
/ I : \". and 1 .would let Ihe't"o&btUj ( : ,'(,' r. ..* ,'
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4 tbC-iItIitI J ; CLhIai..ilt.a'i up Mrs Hobeft. Amler '
Ark&nsss.rutidte'lor1daa. 1 .; anuaiti'ifl3'Sl.24i : ,: 8.: onj i \ ; ,
hrOl ote'll )Wasitingtoti . '
out/STherei would ibeJ'oiJihandn ... l "ll4l'f'if; i < .(
:
o |MOST has renotincetl Jtx1jte:.court house : -
: mar; georgia ly>wl. initials ) t b"n ; i'
; : 1\.II\'p 11 I Theh6"ui'
merchant ship to convey th -urvlv- .hlCh'IOm@ 1"1dl.tbor'ld 'here! her in her' father'swill. -, "l-'r)>"Biitn1lyesf4'! _': n.. .
UcGnvIn and CaldwHl : Indiana Poster. third teaviiug21LP448 'ublt )'arsL spread. The pos rays elea.or.t $0.001er I .
ot to some dosort Island In the south \\'t'plll majorities! many times de-
Chanpy I \\ 1\1'. to 'be s-si na'''., d' thi' light 10 afslhrouen -
-' lloltliiay. "". t.>\ irktrbet. ..r.I.b. \ ( i
"'R" nnd thoi-o I wouM lot thfin fil d I liii- !II Its amehdiroi1riatiou
IJvetoiioilier Il'jo-'II1o1 I -
;t I l.atiilii.. Cniuij'arK.'r: and ti-; "'1:11 i\> "'RI.Olln.t. I- she011- .' ,1 i>!itit thup 1"''rIIln" I ;..ho.I' :1..s. Ald.son. \hQns Miss Mar .I
That \vnJ:
: 'Bam; K.ntuok> A l II buses< niij -' fore i reill! i I, nhtlat' t-. of thf in\i SIIIII i ...ttp tt'-ri; : of a iiunitr cf pennies and saret J. l-t s/er. daughter of a hotel nifiitto ,thf livi-litti., . :
I Klmball; l.ouisliuia. I..I\I I ,t. slit, I tar ttk --'- ] ".inl of tonsiiltiiv; .nI"'r. auUu i Mir I :11"I t I tho 0110.11' .''dol oi'i'er at *?>rhwoiiU-.villo. marrifil An .,il;1. 1",1.11' > let" : ,.d.I'IIj.\ \ .. fanes' for

-. land. Jackson and ""'Lf. M>; 1.1"1.: ;,'i.I BLUH tJARiJlS I IV-JAIL >r> of thf I liH-k i ai I al undi con- l 1"-1' .s |p.h.II.I; .! 7".". ,IH"" tuui" jaitl.Th.ro of both her father arid nitiht-r. ,
stiotion. wa.- l'i
11111. Melanin and AMllnuiuM Ii."ull.Ell" I. 't-- flfiiifr.T are inin) lcd ph'r.h", .,- i/t. ', I tin- jiuli..iiinaiion \ .lId foithe
- Caulfleld. Smith. Ku"srll. I ll.it-lv- Three Bondsmen Deliver Him Up to will: alMi :lio I .'qU '" ntuu I' r.anies 1 di u't care to .Lsiseat this tiled rio t stilt-: a.(ill In his will he Inqueathed .. i of i I he, iiiln. f of luuler st-cre-

,B ey and Laniur. NtLuuska. Poll.iiil Authorities, I the n--is-t'iii' I plan ; T.H'0' cubic rOlls little Some of tln-m nro so rare mat one-half of his estate' to hi- I tuAanil foiiith ;. ,. taut bftretiiiy( of \
ana .uoya. ; New York. \' llo. Cochran. -' I IJackspn of fliluii for IOI'1t and dams. it hit hIt no keep them In a safety d"ll.i] daughter, UI'OI condition thai! slit. t'.ate. I'ait.vt I lilies were obliteratedfnnif '
: McMillan. Sherman. Toner ojid'Ryi.nNorth Ky -The in on on the bond I about .\'''"'.\ ( ,'ubl. > urds less mull The new element, while far promise never to live with her bus oinplelely. ;

-* Carolina, llavkeu aud ;1 of Heach Ilargic.. who Is charged.t with I thai the an'cunt estimated by tiaminority from being inexpensive will be within band after the money was retehcd 'Th,' sonatf 1',1, I tlio diplomatic ,

r- 'Crawford : Ohio. Hanli!.*. 11:11\lion. >trip murder of his rattier. Judge Jas. \,>mb'r There w ill als._ the Teach .bf (v.nbodwho needs Mrs Anderson appeared; In court crtl ( onsular. auire'; '-ti 'Oil bill carry. I
t Uoun, Lanlng. I>awe. andVeems: : !larsU( hate surrendered him to the be required 5.ol54i.H) cubicards of Its for .Ir"at .n: Its action is* quite and announced that she would "glick" mi; $3. ',-ltfM; : I; Tl. house prosisiOn.v't'etittg -
of ..uwt'.tioubic" ' '
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concrete, an her husband.
'Oklahoma. Fulton and imvonpomi.i BivaUiltt county officers and he was EX""S. as eHicaclaujf that of radium. Then tn ui aUe inuiicul general julirlnl -
the estimate the minority
.Tennessee., Hale and tatnes. Tt'i'i Ilrt.tl and taken ti the jail at Ir yat.ls over o "- <-nt enough radium in the whole ( authority in '-' -mil criminal .
Cooper; ertnout. 1I."I lns, Woolilng- ) .. to await' 'his second trial l..mb rl. world to treat all the people who need FOR CHILD LBOI eases heretoforeftod I In the consul ,

ton. Jones; Wisconsin. Murphy and In April. The first trial rE.ule in BIG LOSiTmilVEMIE.Covernhient 1 I Its curative powers. Lovfslana Governor general of China. w at. on motion ot ,
4 -' -itit 'Jenkins. Delegate Cole of Alaska hung jury C.I. Confernce Mr Itaron strlt km out and the

-- --- I The surrender of llarsla followed Report for J.nuar Shovtc '! COTTON.OAMBU.NQ; EXPOSED. in New Orle.na Lodge aniciu'iiieiii nnnronrlalliiR' $400.- n
IN MOYI.VG FUTURE HLM an outbreak 1'hf'n he went to a Great Decre . Baton Rouge, La,-The call of Gov ono" (or ground. nnd building for the11,
--- and attempted to murder bis cousin daN.. Washington n. C -The' monthly I E.O.CO More dalea Sold Than W.r ernor ganders of Louisiana for I American embassy wis. on motion of '

Woman. -'Saw Misting Sons Face. Arch Cra\\ tord. Hargls disarmed i statement of the collections of Inter- ;; Produced. fcotuhern states child labor, conferenceto Mr. Hale.,. laid on the tnble.

-Had Been Away Seven Years. there. Later, hu went to'a Jacki cal revenue show I the total reeedpts'': \\'uhlD&lon. D. C.-The erllr of be held In New Orlea'18. March 29 The "online hunting trip of Prealtient -

r Ukfarette. lud.-\VhlIe attending a i son De-posit Bank and demanded tbt $2S for January were S.399.E31 which I gambling in cotton grain: and other 30. and 31. has brought favorable .responses ROOHt Vt'It-to Africa waalh. aubject -> '.:

1 movlncpicture show .where scenes I! of the cashier. He bad no check Is a loss a. < pare 'lb ']' agricultural products as DO. carriedon from the governors of Kentucky of a short discussion In the
frym a Florida ostrich farm were bej j but claimed his would 190S. of $1.342.353. the seven' In the great exchanges of the Tennessee, Mississippi and house rY rppre'eptBtl\eH.l Mr. Garrett /

Inc presented. Mrs Hannah Mendels-1 I I Ilh" bill. The .motbr paid the mon pay months of the present fiscal year thereceipts t country ..r forcefully presented to North Carolina who have forwarded, .of T"nnoR8ee'alll.. to know how '

sobs recocnlted her .on In the pictores. ey. Later became were $U.31S.9S. a decrease ,the .grlulurl committee of the a list of delegates appointed by tb.n much of the expense of that expedl- <

s I She had not heard from him'ar.d. ( .Hargi a party Inlol.l.. ., as compared .' IbE (corresponding i I houae3/ by ? rerz-ittaccs of the to attend. lure Was 4o lie paid by the f/OV .M1' ,
4 la seven )'.ars. She telegraphed him went ? to the outskirts of the period in 1903 of J7.416.474. My ra FOI mtrs' felon. The convention will be for Ihe Purpose ment. Mr Mann of Illinois volunteer. ,
i and has Jus: recel\eU a reply nailug''': they created trouble. 1011 a. the heaviest deILt for Februarywas 19<>& It a estmate that 10O.- of discussing child labor matterswith .1 -hA answer thaj no public; money !
,b'f
that be was at the ostrich farm and ''cOvlWdhIargIs with their om'er In spirits which amonlt to $1.-: (isi.00O bales ..lre.old the cxcbanges. a view for their betterment and were to be used He said that there .

L vsa employed as _ltsft man l". I I I be gave up. pistols aud .120.54 Tobacco sbo.ed a increaseof while the actual cotton pro- more thorough uniformity In the several wan nothing: In connection 'is-.1.. 'he
nearly I90.0OO.QAILS was about 13.00.00 bales. states of the south PI''''*'' trip that could! be criticised. i
4 i'e

1 Ail ESSOITIAI! TO PEACE.Gomez. I Boll Wearll In 1914. TUnm CA.INO%. j:I Want American WarliIp.Vashlngton. 'SLVATOk'S FLEE FROM STAlL Washington. D. -The remarkable t

p'issldentofCuba. Wants a Little Hock. .rk.-A Taj lor of Speaker Silenced Ir.t Representative i!! \ Li (Because ci reports feature of tho "llInll lrul nouvenir." 'Issued

Fighting Force I M.rJhl8 president tie Sotoua from Tennersee. I I&hlnglon. : of uneasiness. in Central America Leave to Defeat Tennessee Election by tjio committea In charge of

Havana Cuba. President O
.":.ha* am a message to con, r*** \ fKlac [' opinion that bl vU "11 reacnrthe between Kep
Ito nt-cesalty of Immediately or- .'tbnUo 11- -914. 1"0 years TeiHiessee slid StM-aXer! Can oe-. L has'asked that one or more m"mhlrs'ot the state senate hi\e: l h y t'rtide t Itpope\lt. It has .
Kaaiain. an army sa.itng \ htknot! esther than his former estimate. He curred in the house In tate course of I natal vessels b tent to -ma;>ala on': !t the state. In order To defeat the peculiar similfliymce in view of rumors -
predicts the weevil will Inrade ihe west coast to watch cf the election laws ,
-led well the pacificators were I bol which each claimed he had been Insulted development purposes passed published/to the effect that friction .
-' "K jv. Afro, It ts now esseiulaJ' the counUT the cotton of fb. entire state b> the other. So persistent and_ _upon onthe_ situation over Governor Patterson's veto. Is b-. I exl lmXK.t t ss.t'it. Rivosevelt and- "

4 '- > peace. I'f Arkansas within two ye.r. ''al Gaines thai the speaker directed One Year for Mrs. TeaL 1.\.t in political circles h..rt. i rift 1 'Lrfev I"', note of the lr."I, 4enl'.
The president asks to to him said that ,all the absent members
congress arms to
,- ap- sergeant a (01V1 sketch <4jiuy he fotin'l fn these words;
pcoprlato.l I.1:3.3U to equip tb,' .holt4jOOflf | Opium Conference Ends. be. in orderIlFolnhttIt New \01'1 (I3" Mal.rl; are outsIdE the states borders .
Vo 7>t
bettor
finn I
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no man
ti'uiolng.
: ; rurales and. 5.0W i>rrmanents 1 China\ -The International .\ln I the directions cf | T"al.1(" c lu-ijamiu) Tal. cne of and cannot be brought btirk ..f it tlauiwloMH I
Sbanjhal taut four-age or common
with new uniforms and rirt.'s, flvld ihe for ,.A I It Is. further said the\ will: remain
I .plID nf.l..nl' hlch hu been the fpeaker. ferceant. at ar.r. ) .t > l""n th.a'T'al mansre ...11-. ayvl I higher cliHiacleif has
'; I and mountain batteries and arolbunl- 'In fesslon here sinc February 1. the fro \inie in *o\cral > ears look !lit .his cour.:; > "as 1."It of at awaydur"ng the remaining ;; ilarf : \ '\er come to (1 the |1'1> I'liditit-\ ) 111..1111.
: ; 'lieu, as well as :.ee hors.-s. lie held Its fijal meetlni. The reference. the matt from its stand and ;>ri>fed-! :tern, :ted subjjna'.oc of ,.e.iury in tnrUouid 'be legislative, : session 1 toeke- liam i llnwa/M 'llft.

t says all ought to IH under one head. a> a whole-. takes It for .FnIP that t toward !lr. Gaines but the speaker : dtore: i-a-rt. a.d .a* tentecctl non! laws ,'ou1 Ilwi be .ld"81..1 ai.d The piubldtMit.mioncist"1 \i;. terius. pre-

and .ks congress to olect- an lu-> the opium habit -Is an \ must called lO batk tlon hcarms the I ..erone .. ";n: on Ulaci.wellsBilly" It wouid 'ii. r.eces.ajj I .'rcor i .10'' "hi" -tnti>tnVit i with n hlstorv of ,

1!; 'svet4riE.nera1aadst_ j be ''P..& ': -- member say he would beta order. i ;5t; Patterson al a .!.fial ...alt-i n te .he vrf"tl'l'"t-'l' tutu-It lug simply ;
. _ .. enact : lassBNDS -
-- ---- ayproj-riaMon upon his imbtie! in hl\1 ement -
: iomIu! AfilUt LTUif.i' Farm lonTforAtlanta. SAFE WAS BLOW.N. - '. -.'
-- egrp. Sunday Horwblppd WORTH $2IOJ.O,000 BOUGHT. A rut worth $ l.'ni.OOi) and aid to

.v '*.saats Takes Action and Raises C.a. A \bn for ti. material Cracksmen Get 12.CXX) from Cuthbert. Sprsgi5el.J.- A. lie the fluent in' rho crld w'ns pro-
l -i House Appropriation. uplift of the negroes ot Georgia Georgia Postoffce.Cutbbest. btAter JL-R. Wllam Development Bonds ef Southern Secui '
,- 1 -' WssbInioui.. P. C -The passage of was announced b.r. The plan suuaa. known a BUSDr.) -- ed by ". P. Morgan 8 Co. M-nietl to tho 5' tilt i- house as a gift
Georgia Cracksmen day former baseball p, to I thf- nation;, and was accepted by
CiiTlt
the Mrtcnltural ..appropriation bill byUi contemplates buying 2CMHH> acres t-> made- Ja early raid on the t is .tr. NewYork purc'i.i.s,' of
senate followHl aq "extendetl* lar Ur.d dhldlnl it Ito 4OO farms Cuthbcrt. murolol.ins open the ped bere.. an f'\'an.U5 was hon.ewhi upwards of IJl.txM'Out) cf gen-Till tiepoiment I'roaMent_ Roobtcli.. I U I 5' ill he placed

s>n e> 'bmtif en the forestry "erTlc, whicl ocW cf fifty al. .b. aud jallowlnx ten- safe obtaining Itol about. ou- ,honsnddonan' The evangelist was learning against \- bOlds of s th.- Southern HI'I III I ihe PSI i.ts-s of iht* executiveiiLiuriou.
entire session. As passed.i' arts to for this way Company by J. r. Morgan &
the pay land "la of Co.
4 < cuplej cotton worth xtajaps. )40O of 'government thE ,-uIpl:. when a powerful man who : Tto donor was 11. II. Top-
i' pi measure appropriates thirteen toll- A of seven years Is to as syndlrate managers sIns aniiiiuiic1ed -
given a1udpu of the
4 ro money money raid his _
b name
Potts aU> aii. i a rich Amit-niaii of New York
.' I 11_' seventy-five thousand seven buns .ta'b tenant to buy his I.n. pay- of the postmUtt-e&s. Mrs. A. 0.Bua.y. forward and I Sb.ran struck ." The price was ttnt.tl to be
sprang
'-I drvd.snd sixteen dollars which It an Inc I.OOO"pounds of cotton per yes I teeral blows with a bugjy Sunday' ,| about '3. The process will' be usedto *''t 1) Tho rug is sir-ami a half feet
sundrett _and nluetj- Ttla_ amount said, 10 wblp. tat ilGLlJOtXiO'J uT > long anil tour four nnd a haif feet
I t- ; sacrof -on i qua about Tls from a nearby blacksmith He made the attack. h. said. .rte- rem J !> f
>* thniHiml Uht hundred andy a111.. tb arerare "Dta rate paid bi u.e tor gain rU&Into I .OtIte_ rtAfwomen. who Dt Dle of the Southern Railway stile lo of 'imperial silk, heavily jaw
...- ""r u..hCMIM JL j Ibsbuflditug. fe11 i Company which, mature on ihe first led with rich pearls
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.Ii rf.t 1r -- -, ,?'. ,". . --j I'fi j critlctred T y -'evangelist. of ApriL turquoises
't! ". ,, . ntaT7TlaT I tiLes and other Oriental ..lAInr sr.
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"Not; There is something) wrong, --'-- : -__
'!S2S2 _r'u c5252 "" ot couYBB-T-concealment;: always In-, : "- ;: ._, 4l! y.y w
the 6FTunttyFellorv.c
"" .. nlJ. pUn that; but I suaisof( you-are more Iw4i'i

I\ t'f U sInned against than Bjnnlng\\ ; at any A sore llhrocfl' >Is: a' '

B'1e a ooaoo'och tt repeat,"U.I can serve -> "
.. : .. .m ? 'ydu"Ay "
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IN- Interrupted Lambert; 'but dan3rous malady _...,_
'.:. I to sojcve me ;yon trust know all, and '.
I f-, Lamb at. that; Is more than I can tell to-day. biilyou' don't needUo! '

I I frI' Glynn, all I can find strength to ,ar ,

! t. \ . . MysteryBy rBxWlll.you help me to save my Elate ,tie a sock around .
,
Wfttxyou be her guardian,..and'ttakecare .
ofxher little fortune" :neck't it 'J
cure
\
: 'Yas ,your, ,- '
1\ t I i' IRS ALEXANDER. "I williT said Glynn; -"but I 'trua ,

,;' and age every refwon to bope'that you
will' be her guifrdlau: yourself for

I .I -, " many, :lorig yearlv'i ...... BALLARD'5'S *

l ,: iCHAPTEr. VIII- If opened by a ft'osh! colored, countrified( "That has nothlngx p do"" with 1VJjnpatlently. ( ", Faint Heart. \ t

t Continued: 1' looking old wocian! In a beautiful!; . "I want rou, to take' for kin I pleaded 1 OW *
When ,
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'UHerl, nt a
"I cannot isegr td let.yj>u"go!: alone" :jvUHa\ cap. .QJyjiTi charge of her money, without. deedsor in dear da)'..1001( ago
/: "You nuistJ" Im re811Iv ly. "I-am 'loss; he did not know for whom be papers, or*, lawyers, for T can see Encouragement I needed; '-I M N
, mention \Vhtm for km I pleadedYmir
should I Inquire. He feared to Just a _
no one give wrltteii '
me a acknowledsenientt
braver than .I s.ed to be. -"Mo" 1 weiitely7ue5ileaI = -
I I ."AMeas'tl)6J tl Lj5iir.ruL1JLwl( nd a youngjadv! : he tlipught-of nsk nef money stand You did not mean it 110, '
-,', - said Glyun.) : I Tag i :"f there were rooms to let _in thhouse < in the.name of the good woman who ;.When (for km 1 pleaded will! euro that throat In short or9 r.' ._. r
a cob. -.-i>t a dozen! things for an Instant was my darling's foster mother, and In dear ilSimonnI'uee. Uallartl's Snow Liniment penetrates tho pores;promotes; ;
Soon too'86011[ they found a fab. in Judge Ireo circulation } the tuucclou
or two, dip-Ing which they stood< ing (gjriiig moro elasticity. tRH
she is not
"You win be truoN.*> your word?" I fit to manage ft, and i Is -. '
he saId, pressing: her bard 1 a lie gave ; gazing at each other. 'At last the afraid to keep It, But I trust youGlyjinJiO ;- OIl..rVIcllomattc Lan UAlc. UMATISMCt1TSSPQMNSBRUISES, tf

her his card servant or owner of the bouse,, ..saldtn'a 'God! I must 'trust )'oul! "I hear contemplate going Into CU''RES WOUNDS OU' SORES, STIFF JOINTS.; '
"' broad ..accent"You'll and when the Is transferred to' you .
money
1 will, she whispered. "Perhap proposition BURNS AND Alt'PAINS.
iSiav be the gentleman tojjei you, then you must settle it on 'her .our I '
It fortunate that can'l
may i prove "No; I see It, =Loulsrllle
SmllhY""I
met X Mr. and appoint trustees" GAVE INSTANT RELIEF '
you .
Courier-Journal. ,
: am,' returned Wynn, infinitely: ,
"I will exactly
.
dp wIshIn !
"God grant It, he returned; the: what you ti
relieved. s"Walk" the matter," said ''/:':':'', Henry Steno, Provo, Utah -writes t "t haro unod Bkllard'a
drawing: / l>nck. said oloud, for thbenefit Glynn.,
In, please" When be. "Thank you, God bless you!" with Ui tter Judgment Snow Lilnltnunfor Neuralgia, Tooth-fwsho and Soro Throat, '
.
of the driver"You
: will\ lEt
which upnlK-atlon mo instant relief. I can
reoom"mend
.. she opened the door of a upon gave
obeyed a- "
me know ff .you arrive all right; at the back of the a sigh of relief, laving his hand ,0 1 1Gljnn's "A case of love at first sight eh? It as beiiiir' (tho bet Llnin out I June ever. .used in curing ,
find walled till 1 the man hail ascended or ably large room ; "and you will lose no time "No, second sight. The flrstXlnie pain caused from Neuralgia, etc." t y

the box, when lie asked and obtained house. furnished 'Here about it. Mrs. Kellett shall' call on: he saw her he didn't know she w PRICG 2sc 50c ANQ'Sl.OO pN

Ills ticket. That at leant was some) It wns simply ;you en Monday, and. go with\ you to an heiress.. "Boston Transcript. .....
his conductress left him, and dlsregn '
the brokers. The
Is In
thinn to have and to hold. Elsie drew money Spanish -
the window and' leaned back well -rd Ing her Invitation to take i a bonds and Australian railways; A Good Guess, '
MO Bal1ard Snow Liniment Co. 4'
out of sigh The cab rolled away; "cheer, he stood by the fire, hIs 0)ell: It cab be handed'over to y'ouwith Teacher. -."What Is the meaning of

Into U'P\ darkness and fixed on the door In a state of painful the stroke of a pen: but you know all 'elocution.' Harold?" .
\ Glynn wa jSfJO-502 North_ econ4 ..Street -
expectancy. The sound" of footstep: that better than I do-ha, ha! He _ _ _
left standing/ Hlonefihe Pupil-"It's the way people are put '
overheard, the murmur of : laui lied "I didn't know ST.. LOUIS MISSOURI.
feebly. what .
;
was evidently und !r the In flu- to death In some States. -Puck.. ,
of antic-thentselvesitrard t iI ) a \big boss you were when I wantedto
- ruse some strong wlITIip pressure
slowly opened. and Elsie herself <
VOk"If niche 'a match between/ my dear H
of some K"eat necessity. Would Bin The Main Point.
In softly She dressed In "
was
be true to her promlne( ? Yes, a thou- little girl and you "What do you think of this plan Sold and Recommended by
but not In mourning, and "Mi/ia Lambert deserves a better ...\" ..
... .
sand times yes"Vlth! the sight of for datingeggs? '
deadly pale: her eyes seemed : _
!her fair, bad face the sound: of her man than I am, said Glynlt.Lambert "I think' It is a good one," if the i
RSO-N'S
tremulous Aolt-e, all his side In her and darker than they used. She made I looked aK nun sharply"There's dates are kept fresh." Loul3vllleCourlerJoul'nal. For Sale at ROB : DRUG .STORE. rrfe

returned -- a step' or two into the room, and then one thing inore. Do you ,-------- ,----
.
stopped I> holding out both hands, a'' kirow ;
any lady that would be kind to
The next day he Mad visit in his '
; a : '
smile curving her lip, which >'et Elsie, and look afliy- her Dut mind, KISSIMAtEEEOtTTE. ;
prIvate room from Peering, woo was Is
.A" the Twig Jlent.
trembled if the of tears.Clyne ,
Ihe as on verge she must be Mrong. with either \ .
at office business
on seized the hands she offered, "When we were -little boywdldn'twe
rank and
Disney a resolute woman,
Me watched Docrlnpv;: keenly na he and In the rapture of seeing -ho: who knows the world. Lord! It can't gaze a long time at a peach tree! l

woke, and\, ramu to the (ronclusloi attain kissed them more. than onrc\ be easy to find a clever, well placed, "Yes, and, now that we are men.don't :RIVER .;
that be had t Elsie
no suspicion
<
that "I have Imagined such horrors that I I kindly woman" we !gaza a whole lot longer at a .:

was Hti.neai! cannot restrain my joy at finding ""'ar from It. jet not Impossible peach! "Houston Post. t

"I doli'l) 1 supposeeihall ever get you," he1 exclaimed\ his. 'voice broken 1 will undertake to search for till ;''''1. 8TRA.MER LiLLiE, STKAUER HDSEADA
to the bottom of the nlY.lrlIp\ do Tho New Version. "y* *') Captain Clay Johnson, Sr. Captain Clay Johnson, Jr.
,. with Intense fp<'IlIJg.'h have) you entity;; bill before 1 do I must know "
L'jo'vOfl1l '
-, the french detective'o.ill
| < a? caused us this riuel anxftty ?" moiiI cannot ask another to put "She rnfliblcs hr her talk." Regular weekly. trips to Basslnger! a-d return. R6 sead.a leaves Kia".. ei,;\
II. till! the law him got Its grip
." "Hou good yaw are to rare so the faith In you that I do." .. "Quite so. Now why can't she say nee Tuesday morning, and arrives KlsBlmmea Friday evening fa
on thai jumlii'l Lambcil
"'I much", she said, looking) at him ulll "Fair enough!: fair onongh'! Well, what she has to say) without' going-all Special Charter Trips to Lake Oke<> >oboe and Fort Myora on tie LUlMk i,
1 think IK Is 1)1'0' an advonturtj "
a wnnlet'llI'XII'l's.lolI\ "You" 111 I'll tell 1] you a lot In a few days around 1 Robin Hood's garage?"- Comfortable accommodation for piuisengors. Rates reasonable 4 F
limn a ncoiiiidrrl. Hiil'l ilynn.; coldly;
II IK! I am not to liinie Oh! I feared "You 'must keep your lieait. Lam- Louisville Courier-Journal. The most picturesque waterway In Florida. ..,
"uinl<1 I. 'Ollr"hH I srr' no riMflon far .
supiiiiKiiiK IIP Is In the secret of his I should never gd leave to write to bert you must live for jour daugh- for Pui cger and Freight Rates apply to
you that you would thluk\ I liar!] tef" So Strwpid! '
CLAY JOHNSON SR., Proprietor, ,
dauKhtpi I broken Ill}' ;promise': 1 wished to Live for her! I'd her l best IT wre
you kno'v irore ihan( I lo," serve Oa board -Ullle. Klsslmm*, *, i
send for you long ugo. I know we for !" ( -
Pceilng looked, at him with a bj- dying/; her -- f::
can trust >ou, .
"She would
not think so ,
Quick, 'kee't Jlnnce--a glance of dislike -
"We! Good heavens; was she : ".-lIba
"No. fried the sick
man, i
anti distrust': tlio
;.On contrary, led, Then "We1"!! he 'ateilhoaiselj
Mar i '
iep burst of emotion. God reward and
- "May
you Wl'I'O the Intimate' friend! the Simplicity System
-"who-who do jou nieivi? her" ,
favored) guest of Lambert,. and of hii ,
'. -vour husband (and yourself" "Amen," said Gljnn, softly "I: ,
('banning (1ngiter.! of whom I 8US-
he made iiofttal, )le "dlj" InialMUd'. \ : a smile KleamiiiK think you have talked enough ; I will U. Poise
pert 8 | > Invest
ment." O\'.r hcifare. "I am not married bo ready for jour friend ou MondayHow ; t !f
:\0-11I>' father." I I

"1Is Clyiin bla )
-, bert may have a queer history, but un' Is he her ry.t ?huuds." "!le Is In Aiaeiica,, tie it with Elsl9" \ ing Home Life and Making !t Beautiful

Irrrpioachahli member of'the' best!. "Alaj- come tomorrowY""Yell w ?
"He Is here here In this ,,
housed""I .
It you can manage It safely! \
could Ire better of n
society a guardian
feel bewildered," said Glynn, i By Mrs. 1 Smith-
The that find
Ills daughter than he was!" one man must not me
" Deerlng elevated! his eyebrows contemptuously taking the scat' she pointed' to and la DeerIng, and he is spending a for- i !_Me-s.esseaDM 1 IsONly-hae-raid"Fli ltI'e1lItluYJr of 1ite 1lrl.lrcnrele lI "
drawing it near her. "Will iou not 1 o......
"
A > ,, embed. i
a' "Yon are remarkably \' 1.y.le1Iac.k.ing..m.e. : I : 'Vcan<\ find a whole system of practical philosophy
loyal he said. "Well: good mornIng enlighten' me? "This is most extraordinary." i ded.in 'that simple remark-a pMlpsopay, which will take 'tie.Y .

." "I know so "little, and my father "I dare say It seems so." Ip1t Y S .: straight to J.Iio heart of the question before us. If life Is to

Thursday; passed and no letter; wishes to tell you .everything himself -'May: ,I put any question to Miss --. mean anything for us \besides futile regret and restless long*

well, there were.-,t"Venty'"four hours I Ah! you will see him so Lambert, o "Oh Edward ,the cook's' a per : lug- we must make It mean .that (something In the present.

} y yet to spare Glynndined'that\ day changed.' Will you come to-him 1 "As many as you like. ; 'but' she feet stewV! ........... .'Ve.must make, it beautiful In the._passing hour and when

with Lady Gethln.n. Now he baa agreed to let you "come, knows very little. .' "Well, see that we do not have It C'. :t' ... ._, ,1'I Bay'that- I 'believe tho three essentials.'ot' & perfecting 5

' : +/ :, 1 ., !'I Jla von't ,seen you .for-an ,age he*. "Ina Is quite: anxious'. to see Die;you, 'are'. Here there was a' tap' at:the- door. for diaper,'dearestNew'York. Tel. home life are simplicity, system and poise I intend the
> moment. Tell how '
rt" ". Hugh" she"said.: "You are looking and Elsie entered. "I think I must egram. rpply to stand the teat of this philosophy In its broadest application. I Intend 1q

better, as It some life was waking; up you yourself? You" look weary, as if ask you to come away," she said ....- to affirm that simplicity system and poise In the home-will not only make ta apabElng

within you Have you found any you had suffered. ;Then followed a delightful half- Removing, a Riot. { hour beautiful there but thai the results will push beyond the''alls! )

trace of the lost one?" I "I have. It has been such a hour with Elsie, who gave him a cup "Mister," Inquired the tramp, of !home and carry good into the great seething: social life outside. It

"I am too uncertain to talk about, wretched, miserable time, almost un- jt tea in the sitting room below I "would youse contribute a dollar to Truth, sympathy, M'lf-control, organizing abIlity-these are some of the'lualltles r
bearable until
father came-al-
It-wait for a few dajs I my "I can tell you nothing of my fath- help> beautify your town?" ncedi-d, to attain Simplicity, System mid Poise in the home; and

"Ah'! then you have," cried her ways"And hiding how, did always Lambert-how a mystery did er's reasons," she said In reply tohls I "What's the Idea?" wTM not such qualities servo, not only to perfect home life, but to' evolve a t

ladyship, triumphantly. father find !" Queries. "I have simply obeyed him,, "Fer ,a dollar 1:11: move on to de spirit of the highest citizenship in the Individual? t

r "I will confess nothing, and discuss your you For I 'am sure there Is some great next town.'ashln&f.On/ Herald. To attain simplicity. Is to solv nno-teiTth! of the'difficulties that now fret.and .
nothing with Lady Gothln," he "My father find me? with an air necessity. I cannot describe the slate I __ > '-r- furrow the surface of never long .A
J you of astonishment. "Ah! he will tell our dally life.1hy Is It tho days are ,,
returned, laughing, and pulling his you' everything. Come stairs''To' of despair my father gets Into occasionally The Last Ilesort.. .enough, our strength barely_equal v utterly unequal t,9the demands oti-U';;

long, dark mustaches. "I know the him." up, ; his terror at the Idea of "Wljy have we stopped captain?" and the life of tho hour so proverbially Intense and over-strenuou.S Why la'! I

-;- :power of your fascination sufficiently Elsie led the stairto our being discovered! You will come "On account of the fog, madam." It, with the enormous advance In convenience brought;; about by community 'F!
way up a narrow -
to be aware that If I once began there the upper story, the same look of again" will you not? "Oh, but, my dear captain, surely life (water supply, drainage, lights, public sanitary service, and Often heat) ,

Is not a corner of my mind would neat simplicity characterizing the 1 shall come to-morrow. not Look! It Is perfectly clear up and the strides In mechanical Inventions, why Is It that/ with all this mar- tithe *,

:. not turn Inside out for your inspection. rest of the house, and opening the "I am so glad: ,so glad." Her above." velour tribute of Inventive genius, pence and repose seem to have fled with,' %
." voice trembled;; she strove to keep ma'am-but we're not An. beautiful dear
Aye old the
door of a good-sized bedroom, she New England kitchen, and the plantation days of
t j' "Well, for heaven's sake do nothing said, Tiers is Mr. Glynn, dear." her naif-control; then resting her that way, unless the boiler busts- "::' "Old South"? Why Is It that all of these things, Intended' to simplify seem t,.

.1. foolish when she does appear, In a large arm-chair, his feet on a elbows on the table, she covered her Bystander, only to complicate life? Please understand that In asking this question I am n

:.: ,. for you will find her. If she Is aboveground footstool, and oovered by a warm face pressible in her tears.hands and burst. into Irre- ---- 0;' not decrying the complexities of modern life, nor sighing for simplicity ot }

." Unalterable Doom. the stage coach and tbe town pump ra\her than the railroad and the water*
plaid propped by pillows,and close to "It has \been all so terrible" she
t Friday, and no letter. a good fire, sat, or rather reclined, I lobbed. "Shall we never be free'and' King Arthur had just Invented the' Supply! All life advances from the simple to' the complex, a man Is a more 7i

,; Then he called blonelf a drivellingfool Lambert small table near him, on happy' again?" Round Table. complex and higher form or organism than a fish; society Is a more couple'and :' ,

h weak-minded idiot. Why had which stood a medicine bottle and a "You shall, you must," whispered "The shape makes no difference," higher form or organUm than'a physical ma!!. The trouble lies not lov. ; ,

I he allowed the tears and! terror of glass A. door leading to another 3Iynn. "Your father exaggerates hIs they cried, "the landlady will give the complexities but In us. What we need is not to do away with the coinjlexltlen -. '

I that unhappy girl to delude him? He room stood open. I be has the chlcken'4 neck to the man behind but to ma tqrthem: -not to return to tbe simpler forms of social a... 6
troubles, am sure; promised
i ought to have kept her in his grasp Elsie was right. Her father was to tell me everything and_ I will never in his board." -economic life but to. 'meet the higher, more complex forms1th dlsUn "

\ once be had found her' But he had woefully changed. Ills cheeks were leave him till he Is reinstated."* Herewith he perceived the scheme Ideals and well-defined standards In which the spirit of simplicity' is dom 1!:.

,3 been so sure of her keeping faith. hollow; his skin yellow and wrinkled.As To be Continued. was Inetrectlve.-New York Sun. milt.

. Now his very faith was shaken. What be turned to gaze eagerly toward In operating the house plant, the division of the Income, the question Of

might not be revealed If.Elsie had deceived the door, a smile of pleasure beamedover Improved Machine Milkers. "'ay of the' World."I domestic service-In all these matters and methods the spirit of simplicity Lv

I him his face as Glynn advanced. The progress of the milking machine understand that the Neweds are will define our standards and lead us to outline a system, and system 'will

.t Next morning he rose, fevered by "Ah! this is kind-this is like a good : toward perfection is becoming having 'rouble," remarked the spin- help us to attain simplicity. And'If over all and through all there be felt poise 'v.

a i want of sleep, and eager to begin his fellow, and I always thought you Quite rapid. The latest type machIneby ster boarder. "Some people take her In the executive\ officer of this home, wo may be sure of our ideal. Slmpllo- '.,

search. He was dressed before the were," he whispered In a weak, trem- a New :Zealand Inventor* delivers part, and some others side with him." Ity, system and poise will surely operate to elevate the whole' atmosphere and'

S o'clock post came in, and was already ulous voice. "I have Just been weary- the milk straight: Into the bucket "And I suppose," growled the quality of the borne.' They will\ bring about repose, without which the Individual ,

writing, when several letters 1 Ing to see you, but afraid, afraid!" ; without going through any tubes although sc l1tY.halred bachelor at _the pedal home' hag no excuse for existence--beauty which educates and lluplrec t'

were brdVight him, one directed in a "You know, Lambert, I am worthyof tubes are used to convey the extremity of the mahogany, !There and that "Beared: ..flame-of joy which throws a dazzling light over life." r

.. stiff, careful, unknown hand, bearingthe : some trust and desire nothing necessary action to the teats. A New are a few eccentric people who mind j

./ postmark of "Clapham." He tore i more than to be of service to you," Zealand dairyman writes: "MYtwelve'earold their own business."-Chicago Dally v

it open and read "Come on Satur- said Glynn.suppressing all tokens of son can fit: and 'Ad N WI. A H
+ day at 2. 30 Garston Terrace Tow- his Immense and
surprise, speaking Just the machine with the greatest -
ers Road, rsllngton." These lines with studied calmness "Now that ease. One man or boy can attend '.

were unsigned, and might be meant you have allowed me to know your to four machines and can milk from 1IlRr'hp5Iud rfarehe..
.
for anyone as there was no address, address I can come often to see you, four to ten cows in twenty minutes." A.gchotil,! teacher In a Jersey town ,
yet Glynn never doubted that the and can do anything you want In'' saw some of George Eliot's works r

]lines were meant for him, and were the way of commissions." i Misfire by the Young Idea \ displayed in the window of the "gen- JOB PRINTING Y
eral store" and went In to inquire It
'Written by Elsie Lambert. At 2 "Ah! but we must take care-we Among the gems of a collection t>f "

, o'clock! How near and jet how far! must take care." He sighed deeply. schoolboy "howlers" are the ,oflow- they had "Middle March. "
haven't that; said theredtheeked *
little over six hours How should he Whlle be spoke Elsie had measuredDiit ng"Tho'star: chamber -was a room
girl who served as clerk, IS NEXT TO MKWCPAPCH ADVC"TItlNQ. 1:
.: get through them' his medicine, and now gave It to decorated with stars, in which tortures ; ADVERTISINGIN'TYlC '
"but we. have some of the new ones. THE BEST WORLD.
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"t At lust it was time to go cltjwards. him, saying, "Try not to speak too were carried out. From this "
-a Will one of-Stmoa'B do? -:New York
First, however, he drove to Deerlng's much dear father. I will leave you we have the modern expression 'to Press. We have been forttXhate in securing the
house and ascertained that he had to have a l ..lce'Islt, from Mr.: Glynn see stars'-that Is, to be in pain." very ,.

gone o'ut of town. all to ;yourself," with a -sweet kind 'The' Duke of Marlborough was a ----- services- one of the Kesfnnd most!! experienced

t After a vain attempt to eat, he smile and thankful look. "I shall see ;reat general, who always taught A. the Twig Is Bent. ,printers :N 'THE)STATE and'are now able to

took the train to King's Cross, and lou before you go." She closed the pith! a fixed determination to win or "I hope you were a good little boy Job of description in all "

k then hailed a cab, desiring the-drtver door between the two rooms. lose." "The name of Caesar's wife while at your aunt's and didn't tell execute Pointing ovary rout

to put him down In Towers Koad "Lockthe other one, lock It, was Oaesarea. 'She was above BUSIclon. any stories," saId his mother the leading)styles. Tho class 'of work turned!

t This proved a long, dusty thorough- Elsie" said Lambert, eagerly ," "Socrates died from a dose "Only the one you put me up to, by us/is acknowledged to be the. FINEST .. '

) face. Nor did he find Garston Terrace "Yes, I will." She disappeared. of> wedlock.-Kansas, .City Times. ma," replied her young hopeful.. ....? f'
chgdt""When _and E (.IQtheUO WE8T.of.-any-pnnter8t: :, ,
till after many Inquiries and "Come near me, nearer; we must 'Why, what dojrou m.ean.. =
is walking some distance. It was a lit speak low," said the Invalid. -Germgnyl3aori\ "than five hundred f she'askel me If I'd like to -ra .

tle, crooked -lane, where some exceedingly - "Tell me" said Lambert, "do you out of every thousand women have a second piece of cake I said,' ry,

'; new bouses looked over a think-I am ddithe: pollca because I reach the: age of fiftr ':yeari.. while 'No, tnanfyou'T' 'had-.nouah-: ""-, ar 7

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TheTKUslniim-e! Vulley Gazette tells The great danger of kidney trouble1a !a Hunting! Fishing, Shooting i .
Vt.U. THARRIS-Edltor! end_Prop'r.SUBSCRIPTION of IlrUlitrti'a island who that hold before tin /'
: : a planter they-pet 1to- lrm Bathing, loll, Tennis, Hoque, rL wboleaeteandRetiiIDesi.rslR0c .
:. hail received l a little over $lv this sufTerer recognizes them. Health l ii iiundermined. Cricket, ( lock Golf, Baseball, _

g One COPT on. ,,_r. .RATES. : .,,, II 00 year from the sale; of eggplants from !headache gradually. nervousness,lameness. Backache, sore, Trap Terms Shooting: *J..r>0 to J3.50 per day.' E: r IES ji

'One oofTy.ale month .., .. ha three-quarters an acre of ground, ness, lumbago, urinarv troubles dropsy $15.to *21 PIT week. i '
l_ One copy three months. 25 while a neighbor him. done equally as diabetes and lirighl's disease (full *

well. The Gazette remarks: "Of course l low iu merciless succession Don't '. ,
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AD eommunicaltofHr. except from our author.. neglect your kidneys. Cure the kid To Our Friends: AGENTS ;:}'1 lfei <>
eed eomepondenU. must be niirnad by the wrlter.r thin hag been an exceptional season COUNTY FOR
Rejected matter will not be returned unl.... neys with the certain and safe remedy, Come and try a meal at the i <>
tl' eaIJed for for this vegetable. hIlt to Say that the Dunn's Kidney Pills, which hud cured hotel. Single meals 60c1: I "I '
sum of 91.0OO can IK* made on less thanan people right here in isrfimiiit'e. meal tickets J10. Rooms *lj>er i! H A Y I I.CeJcbratcd Fertilizers I I CRATES J|

fentered at the Poatnftlce In Klaaimmee.! Fla.. aieeondclaa acre of around Is almost unbe- W II.- Smith, -niU-lh side, Klssim-' day \. I I' GRAINX! 1
.J') *mail, matter.gr. .. mee, Fla, sats: "I found Uoan's Kidney ETC. j:
llevab when
especially that amount
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'; = Pills to be a remedy of merit, and ]f .Q paten and Price '*
I' Friday, March fi, 1900.) I is realized from one crop alone, when do not hesitate to recommend them. H. W. THURMAN, -| ?T* fnriil.k.d on ._... u... """"'7-i!< *
i .it l III possible to grow at least two moreIf Mr kidneys troubled me for some I X .
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not three crops from the same soil time. Backaches were of common occurrence PROPRIETOR. f J
and were often accompaniedby -v -
Guess those big land companies are in one year's time.'. "_TImes-Unloh.. : pains uMhe\ region of the kidneys. \ .HIDES F U RxS WOOL .
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sorry they spent good money coriteslng i- The kidney spneliuns were highly colored ] f ,
A !iwolln I ,.contained sediment and were .a e..fh._fir.. at1uA,[-.....shsda; '
\ the validity of the drainage tax. a ,
1 U not I welly nor p'asant.hpther\ I II
irregular in action. A friend recommended I
1 It's caused*! by neuralgia, toothache or Uoun'tt" Kidney Pills tq me, .a: M. TILLER t ;f Country Produce a, ISpoolalt 'I
ro The only way we know of to get a accident. Ball",'01's Srt/.w Liniment i and I obtained a box from the Klssim-{ '

system of hard roads throughout this will reduce the swellini and relieve mee Drug C'o. and\ began their use. Real Estate Agency.aaa..a.e.a..a.aa.a.a.aaa.a. I --
; county is to Issue bonds and buildthem. the pairt. The great and sure cure for : They proved,) very beneficial l ( , not only
rheumatism, cuts burns, bruises, relieving the backache, and strength t
-- scalds-any and all aches and pains. but .
suing kidneys benefiting me
1 -. We do not believe we make a mis- Sold by Koberson's. PliaimucvGefyour I generally my .a Realty bought and sold. .. Favorite Fertilizer
-- I For sale by all dealers.\ Price 50 ..a Houses rented. 0 t
we' Droward will ,
7 tike When say con- school supplies from the '
cents. l'oster-Mli1Surn <;0. Buffalo, Taxes paid and Titles ver- ,
0. Kisslmmee l> Company. They ..a. jp
teat with Taliaferro the right to seat cuir
sole for the United FOR
Ne.w"York
agents CITRUS AND ALL OTHER
CROPS.FERTILIZJElTMATERIALS.
''carry a full line, and II lhev haven"i ified for non-residents. c
the United Utates Senate. States. .
.ID I i what want will. It fur .a Inf
I you jrder your Item mber the nanVe-Doan's-and .... Fire. Life and Accident
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The question of water works for Kis- take no other. surance.

iminee will continue the most Important .a Indemnity Bonds. r

1l subject discussed "by our citizens WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS "U"V"'V"--A.
llavf ..,ou tii'k-lei'tyd, )uur KidneyK? haveou ,
until a complete system is Installed. --- ----- --
> n'i-iwork' ni-rvouit nyntvnl and
Caused Ir11*!!'., with; lour kiiiuv>. and bladdfrTHa INSECTICIDES ..
,tT<'U )"nii,. in Iuln""l. ,*,baea. Kroin amiblAthlui "
BOD.W.B.Lamar bv his last speech .Th Uitiiiil a Hribby, ap'l'<*raue.of the Osceola County *"" .-. -FOR ISALEXBY--
'. ID Congress has him the true M .."". erie| .< proven '
,I y ad.sinc.1|>a'i> urine? If Ht, illuiiui' Kidney

) r j.: ., friend of that the his 'allabie services is to be regretted In'it plllit .will. cure fun.-Al Obceola Pharmacy Abstract Company J. M. LEE : KISSIMMEEAGENT


.* our national legislative body are lost .. FOR
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T S. H. BULLOCK. MANAGER.
; I Sanders Fertilizer .. ..
Company. Jacksonville Fla. - -
The Woman's Club of. Jacksonville .Real estate i i I _
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b s.been discussing,social science. It Titles examloet'and, reported oa apt -1y ____';- _______ +_,______.--....
appears tows' they would be In much Taxes paid for non-residents .' a. ..' 1 tlTati
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r Instruments relating to real estate
} more profitable business were the member lh i* J Pit 't ' 4EK'l lda.KraL
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and biscuit pan. LAND TALK Correspondence 'Soll ltedI .

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"< '' J" "J -; I -- ,I, NOTICE !I
:' Pete Ruhl is getting out-a splendid should interest all who wish to increase -

1 down in Fort 'Myers, and deserves their worldly wealth.\ ij
t paper There will never be another crop of w.: L. m$ DUZOR '- %
: the most liberal support from laod. t To reduc .stock in order to make room for my summari.

a l all his people.( Tbe Press Is doing In other '''' llon'4' 'It can only fie purchased 1 stock of spring goods we- will sell-our entire lot of Silk at K
l; I more to build up and make prosperous at very hiuli'lliMii'r. *. .
r Around Kis-iinim-e there l i. still m
,:' bU little city than all other forces

-", combined p ,I force to is be desiring in my had' hands.Parties at to.jiuidi-raio obtain.- some prices.of J. REDDITT i REAL ESTAT One-Half Original Price. j |

I'', After sixteen years of strenuous life the richest land In the Stole should i
WTft ""ih "Sanford" Chronicle has ceased tolist. ccmmunlcate with me. I Will sell Woolen Dress Goods at ACTUAL COST OR i I

c' "-* .. We are still wondering whether Full information ""0 l.jciitlon\ of .JEWELER AND I LESS for the' next 50 days ror Cash Only. '
a > choice farms, prices,"terms, etc., will KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA.
:, f er Its. demise was owing to the fact of bej/IYeo. WATCH REPAIRER. i

Holly being too strong a competitor
I" -- --- Call and see nty Line of Watches t 1 '
,. .alY., ':'or that women are not, as a rule, suooetcful Furnished house Including piano, IG. F. KHIBBSi 1 H. C. STANFORD COMPANY *

0 newspaper. publishers.Evangelist eleven-room dwell In. artesian well, .
t. garden.. Nice location. Price 2100.! ( i. ATTORNKY-AT-LAW.

it Culpepper and his sod Any Article H' Jewelrv Promptly Or- "
.. an going to tackle the wicked ones 'lered upon Request. I Office in the Court House-Kis- ,
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J. M. WILLSON JR. ,r ..
,r"' k'dowtv..In Tampa, beginning the job Edison Phonngaphs: and Record I: simmee Florida.

: J ::1& Sunday. The reyorend gentle ..
.' KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA : With whom .ill associated Ip the ONLY THE
men will go up against the real thing, NOTARY PUBLICSTATJf: at LARGE . , trial of causes the law firm of
t, for it is claimed hades is located just REAL ESTATE ANUi INSURANCE R. O. MEEK.I Masse ft VVarlow, of

\ ,Jl'' three miles from that town. Orlando
It., Has for sale choice' lands I in every i !
l. ROGERS' LIVERWORT portion of Florida, adapted for farming -
j "as Morse, under a 16.'..... sentence for TAR AND CANOHALAQUA or the growing of fruits and vegetables W. SIMP8OXDENrivr. Purest
DH.-
." bauk-wrecking, Is perraltten to leave For the complete cnrx tit Cotiicha. (.old.. of every variety; also phosphate ) Drugs
Asthma and Brot>cbIU.and nil LnuKournplatnUMadlDir \
s,1 the prison and ro to hts oRlce in New to conaumpttmi [Liverwort. Tar .ud timber and ranch land. I
*York during the day that. he might attend Wild Cherry bare for a0e maurAlneil an '
eatabliahvd repulalini" aa a MaiKlitrO tiiuirnremedy. Exceptionally fine bargains in orange in Katz Building.
', to his business attain. although It ooiitaiua no opium: or harmful List your property with Upstairs r

I4 ''. belle been refused bail. By the same ,droK Pass,can lUlo.,be. Sold Ktvvn only with by Oaoeola safety Pharmacy.to. ehlldrvn him; he II'I'O.e.can sell 11, rent it and collect O oHoukb, : f N 1.30:&. toS-m. :In I p.$ m.m. ARE SOLD BV .
rents. -- --- I
rule Patrick, the New York lawyer; your Telephone No. 76 Jun ,6, Ivr r
who Is serving life for mUrbder .. ,
/ a sentence -
Agent for best Fire and Life Insurance -
,1 should be allowed to attend to his and Armour's Fertilisers.
W. W. CARSON D. D. S. '
,. "'professional duties dnrin the day and ERRY

;,, return'to the penitentiary at night. S'bleIatI. Kissimmee, Florida. DENTAL PARLORS Oseebla PharmacyKissimmee

rcaeay..,1:alt RIVERS BbtLDINQ
to the
PHARMACY
}: which OVER OBCEOLA
k .-i/i Another Pldr rT er will be a ''d4

I surveyed, if Congressman Clark has but bets Ittake.lmproe4ar tal Sower andmoney.add,-.cab.We hay... 8 TO 12 PMO'..
OP IC. HOURS j
; k .bill resolution passed, Is the Kisslm- _d.for works g a.. Morethme.amp Sprigg Fleming .1 TO 5 ,'..
people are ; to make Ferry'e
it c ''ID" t.on Kisslmnaee City to LakeouKh aeed*nit yon. Buy-JtenTa..
,Okeecb Lake Tohopekajigs. .- Forr1rc Is e.erywher.: Wagon WorksOPPOSITE
.jrr*. *.o.trmtm MWMJIU CLEANING'.
; The length of this river and of on *sr ,nibs Suwannee, and their relations to M.rUMtY*OTA,OetmN.Hie*. PRESSING CHRISTIAN CHURcH., '
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.-ttM:lect'.on* of Florida they drain, DYEING sad -we. L."VV'" :JT: Under New Management, with Thorough Experience and Up-to-Date

e \t." make tbe improvement of these two SEEDSP' REPAIRINGL ' PHYSICIAN AND SURGEONRESIDENCE Blacksmith, Wheelwright and Horseshoer. .
to i .ber.a f t.oF.or considerable Influence
I In the possible future development : : PHONE 33.Omcm YtatMa.a.. All Kinds
Blacksmith I
I Wheelwright
Work
87. FLoUDA.HEALTH and
PHoNe 't
Horseshoeing { .
1;. of Florida. For other but 1m- A. VANS AGNEW, a Specialty.ALL ..It
. 'j ,Portent Masons Floridians should word at my house and clothes ANDI ITALITYMOTT8. '
t ... will be oalled lor and returned. NBRVtNCPILLS
11'p.'bl..ltbtb.dwell. alooatheif ATTORMKYw LA.W. ..... .... WORK GUARANTEED TOSATISFY.
Qsahatchee wbo are anxious to see I j I 1- The treat Iron and tonic restorative lor men .
AND NOTARY PUBLIC, | cad women, prod DO.. atreoiitb and vitality I'
, |m restrained, and deepeDedfyJ .- bqjtlds he ayatem aod renews the normalvtifor Solicit Yoar Trade and .
'- For aate by Osceola Pharmacy or bv .. .
t # KISSIMMEE, FLA Satisfaction Guaranteed mall 1 11-00 per box. e ooze lor"ft.OO. Will ....t You Right O.R.JOHNSTON.
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.. Kissimmee Valley Gazette | For Bicycles, Shanibarger, Board of Trade meets next Mpnday Miss Jameson of Macon, Ga., and I WffK'S SOCIAL HAPPENINGS
.Tiff\ I lando. '*$ or-\\ night: Miss Kendrick of Sharon Ga., who y

have been the recipients of
so-
Latest styles In ladles' shirt New spring goods at H. C. StanfordCo. many -' a
TELEPHONE NO. 11. cial attentions as the guests of Miss
For Marshal and Collector.M .
In Honor of Mis Kendrick.Mrs.
at II. U. Sta ft rd Co. ''Elizabetlr Canon during the past few .

M IsijxKnie Overstreet returned home Splendid assortment of dress ginghams weeks,-'lef/t yesterday for their homes Arthur 'B. Jarrell entertained the iollcltmtlon of many friends, I IWT* ... 1
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAYBY ald'jLta.b.miiii ondWUU for\he omo of alb
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frorj>rlando Wednesday. at H. C. Stanford Co. charmingly OD Friday evening complimentary i
.- / Mr. Tiller reports the vale of lots 1 to MU Louise Kendrick of Marshal and Colketor. and b.r.by ...1101\Ute mportpf ', $
Lad les' ready-made skirts in all Architect W. B. Talley was down ....._
and 2, S. F. R. R. survey, to U. A. Sharon. Ga., the guest of Miss Elisabeth U'Own of :::1.
W. B. HARRIt3.OFPIOIAL styles and colors at, U:1 C. Stanford from Jacksonville Monday looking Gilbert and Mrs. G. M. Pierce, respectively Carson, WARREN KINO. -

/ / Co. after his contracts. These Iota were sold by Progressive "42" was played and -

WEATHER FlEPOFlT.A Mr. J. M. Dlciteoson Mrs. W. E. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Lee left Wednesday Mr. Tiller for the Waters & Ca-son Mtss Carson'was awarded the prize Fer Marshal and Collector.

,........ temperatuJ'W for week .DelI...Thumdn. Cadman and Miss Cadmun were visitors for a two weeks' outing at St. Grocery Co. for highest scere. After /the (games, -peettlt,1',, solicit U,*support of tilth* ..a1U- $j

March a. 1110II. to Orlando from Narcoossee last Petersburg and Green Springs.Mr Miss Lnnnle Bass, who underwent a ices, strawberries and 'cakes were MIU of [__. for th. office/ of Marshal. aadTaxTollMtorat Fy,
Tue..d. served. Following this was a most '
ay. th. approMhlnc oletfc If '
I Homer Cromartie has accepteda serious operation at the Hospital some
Ma Mk: I Osalt For the best fitting latest styles in position, fn Fort M vers. and left last weeks agog, will, return to her home In enjoyable mUlll program of songs lacUd It will be my pUuur. u wjil] a* my ..utr
\ Miss Mary Louise \IaklnsoI( and
ladies' and children's footwear/ to Saturday morning for that place.In Kisf Immee this afternoon, accompanied by Dr. Simpson\ instrumental selections/ to inset aIL the r..iulrain.nU of the oAo* .wtUa 0
the old'reliable shoe dealers-H. C. by her nurse Miss Elizabeth Hey. fId.lltTand w..tn.a.
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announcement Miss Kendrick and Miss Carson
our ? column this by .
..rid.- .. .. ...., . .. 74 40Saturday Stanford Co. week will, be found the announcement i nold.-Orlando Reporter-Star. and a reading I by Miss Means / IICPBATTKK.hor
... .. .. .. 71 IsBandar.
. ., . GI D. 1>1. Floyd has secured a lot of of Dr. '1. .M." Rivers for councilman Accidents come Mr. Laboring Man Mrs. Ilobt. Evans, Misses Sue Meant,
:. n thoroughbred Rhode Island lied chickens when' we least expect them, and otto Virginia Tiller and,I'hylilsJarrell'as- Marshal. and Collector.
Tu-.J.- I 77 l iii! ..4sW.dn..day and will sell settings 17 eggs Just Arrlyeo--The most up-to-date. times disease. Write iue about the slated the hostess in entertaining- I ftnnouno.mrMlf.. a candldat for Ifmrahvlmivd ,
. . "MI IThu..a. \ line of wall shownIn '
ampler ever
.- .. I 74 I from tnem for $1. Klsshiiinee.paper See Geo. A.. Gilbert. Perfection Disability policy of the U. Mrs. Jurrell's quests were Misses Collector.nd ....1I.ltpur voto. If toctod> J., ....." I.
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I S. Health and Accident Insurance Co. Kendrick Jameson Carson, Means will dp my duty .
Mrs. G. W. Best was called to Orlando Special attention to. out. ofl town or-
of Sagin&w./ \ MakloBon, Aileen Moon, Eloise Moon, . C. C. TURLINGTON. ,
Wednesday to atterxl her daughter ders. H. B. LEAKE, State Manager and Messrs. Walter Kuckley, F. S.Glibel.t .'i?
Sues. is til the -
who at
a'1"' 'a VN'atr.'vavrrv --'NN4iva Dorothy, M rR. Ralph Canova and little grand P. O. Box 397, Orlando, Fla.I Marshall, Henry Stanford, ,
hospitul I In that city I son. Tonimie Branding* are In Kissinimee W. W. Carson and J. W. Simpson. For Marshal and Col1eotor.I)
that owing to Illness I have
Regular monthly meeting of the Village spending a short tlme with Mr. been regret unable fill my advertised appointments ,, Ifell.vlnx that 1\ca iv All th. offio of II.......

.1 THE LOCAL [IEW.yyy I Improvement Society at the Inn I end Mrs. Ralph Cwnova, Jr.-Clay for Shingle Creek Camp- Mr. Rackley Entertains. and Collector to" the sat actIotI of the ettlaMMKUlmm d,. }t
afternoon at 3 o' lock. County Times.
Tuesday
next ) bell, Peg-horn and Narcoossee/ but .. and relying ontaT personal ioem'd' fovUM ill
All members are urged to. be present. I Mrs. A. S. Gilbert and Joe Jeffords will make dates for these places later Mr. Walter Rackley' entertained the put tw.ntj-two .-reln M,1.le .Bounty. IpiraI "
advertised. : members of tba.-iluund Dozen Club'- by '. candidacy for mld ofllo aadproms.
NWade. Five-acre tract celery lands fenced, were culled to Palatka Saturday by which will be duly nnounc my
four blocks' from court house, nice the serious Illness of their father, and JJ:o. JL,. OVERSTREET, .. wlth a launch ride on- Tuesday even' .., It the people Uet m.. tXjMrfora say''
the Tuner. 'Orlando. building sited price 1150.ARTHUR returned home Monday, leaving him Tax (Assessor Ing.: Jt was a lovely night and the duty bonwtly and faithfully/ ti w. .f _, fail
much Improved/ ride on the moonlit waters was thor- ..bUlt.WALTER LO Z.
i Typewriter.for $5., J. M. Willson, Jr. f E. DONI9UAN.f I i very Floyd Smith & Co., the turpentine oughly enjoyed by the guests, Mr and t

M. !\ W. J. Dale and her little son, Singer Sewing; Machines, and also operators on the Midland railroad 'Mrs. Robt. M> E.vans, Misses Louise ? "A
Dwellings, for rent apply to Sidney, of Miami, are In,the city on a I 1 Wheeler & Wilson's, and all machine about ten ;rn/iles! from town. effected a Kendrick, Vera Jameson, Marv Louise For Couacllmasi.

Tiller. visit to Mrs. 1C. Dale and family, arriving supplies for sale at .the Home Store. deal this week by which they close-out Makinson. Sue !Means, and Messrs. Ih.rebyannounce myself a candidate fcftk. *
The Home Store. are agents for the on Monday night last. Mrs. Cash or installments.' Everybody can their entire holdings to. the Downlnjf ('. S. Gilbert W. W. Carson, Henry offle of Cltv Councilman, and wUcIt/ UM SUPBOTof .

White Star laundry. Phone 154. Dale and son will remain in Kissim- i afford to buy a machine.Pasteur's Company. Mr. F M. Smith, who has Stanford and J. Simpson Delightful 'th.voter of Kluimmo. ..
been in active of the JO'IN N. HAN8IL.
mee two months or more. I I Anli>Venomous Serum is management refreshments, were served during
We now have in sto(& as plendld
will return to his old home-in .
place the evening.Miss
flue of both pound and box station- will be located I, a sure cure for snakebite. Hunting where he will '
My omce hereafter Pine view, Ga., again engage -_ For Councilman. rt
should themselves with
ery. Klulmmee Drull Co. on the second floor of Fraternity Hall parties provide / in the turoentine business. Mr.

Dr. G-Bp. Crawfordfof Orlando. was and will be open every Saturday. I a tube before starting out For sale O. M. Brandy) has arrived from Doug Berta Bryan Entertains. At tk.solicitation of numorous fricada I he
the Klsslmmee Co.
bv Drug
in town Tbesday night. Hours 8 to. 11 and 1 to4. las Ga., and will take charge of the Miss Berta Bryan entertained the dKlded to 1oecomo a candOa&: _
.. P. o. WHITE; place and conduct It far the Downing and. bls.vinltbattb. MfCo* ihoul .
Dr. and Mr John E. Knnls of Narcoossee The engagement is announced of girls ofher class the senior class of
< and Refraclionist. I and not UM man tiMomoa. I shah
Optician Company.Mr.
Jew days In Miss Jesna %. Gardner of Kissimmee, the Osceola-HIgh, School, and their
are peodjing a.
_ method than .
Orlando.Ed Do you want toto college? If so Fla., and Mr. William T. Crawford of Vernon Doris, who came/ here teachers on Monday with a spendahe- ........ Kiwi"OilpfaBountof /..
we can help' you. We have already Cairo, Ga.."the marriage to take place some weeks -accompanied by his I night party In honor'Of her birthday. .> .to.appcets DM.- .
Donegan return to Waldo last puthundreds through college by means tbe first of April.-Atlanta Journal.. wife and father-in-law, Mr. L. H. Ellison ' The raerYy party included Misses Ma' / "'I'. "

-'r night after a brief vlsUte. hts brothers. of uur plan. Write loci A v for full information seeking relief 'from that dread rte Huddleston.. -Maud .All rd, Cornelia ,

L", ,' and sisters. regarding our offer of afrie For brevity the'Perfection Disability malady, consumption, died at the Morrison, Ruth Butler Estelle iiu_ ,to Taxpayer ; .
Health and of
--- school college. Accident policy theU' of )'fr E.' A. Barn where he Overstreet and AlIeenrMoon. -
Plank's'Chill T i1lc.' Guaran scholarship in any oc: home ; 7jj' '
Use Sherlock 20-31 S. Health and Accident InsuranceCo. Saturday guests had' each written prophecy I the different pl_.
; Address KobcTt J, arid his wife were.stopplnt, last .The a
Sold.
-rws' (' ("..'.drulud.ta." teed.' Price. 25 cents. ull byXall 7- .East,22d !:;tgeet! ...New York City.: ,2t . H.hasn't B. LEAKE an equal., state' Manager, and the remains were shippedto for the hostess, and these were .Inn belo as per dates meCrabgrass
his old home In Tennessee on Sunday : read between the courses of the- bountiful .
Edgar Kate c"me'down from Stetson XJlealth a4accldent\ Insurance is got- P. O. Box 397, Orlando, ,' Fla. accompanied by Mrs.: Doris and supper. Should all these proph- or Precinct No. 5V,

University Tuesday night on a short tel \up pur.oosely\ to :protect a man P. G. While has Oscar Doris, brother of the deceased.The ecies come true, Berta's life would Indeed day, March 9thWhitlier'or . 7.
illness the optician just
of time In of
a iam t the lose case 1 Precinct No.6,
visit to his father. received oculometroscope local lodge Knights of Pythias, bejone of thrilling variety
U S. Health a new one
orv accident.The dayrMaVch 11th.
of which order.he was member, met I The evening; was spent In schoolgirl -
P. Vans Agnew and VV. Accident offers the bestprolfction of the latest instruments for properly '
Messrs. A. and policy Uassincer i or Precinct No. 7, S
and escorted the remains in a body I fashion i-maklng fudge, enjoying
B. 1\1 aklnll'On..ent to JacKsonville for the least testing the eyes and fitting glasses.If .
up money. day, March 13r.b.rIarcoosse8 .
gMT
and .
from the house to the depot. music playing /famea.I
on business Tuesday. night. U. B. LEAKE, State Manager your eyes arm bothering you this I At the breakfast table next morning or Precinct 8,. Fr! ?
P. O. Box 397, Orlando, Fla. Instrument will surely locate the Paul !liner Ilanklns, son of J. J. I March 6th"Klaalmme
For Sale-Settings of 15 Plymouth trouble. 9tf there was a surprise for the guests as
/ Examinationsfree., Hankins, formerly of Danville now or PrecinctMarch 1, f v
I well for the fair hostess. At t
for tl can be had bv callingup Mr. Frank Walker, a prominentstock as young .
Rpck eggs A party of Orlando's young folks living in Lexington. and brother of each place was a package tied with 15th on. .

on phone Paradise Island. grower liaalnger was In town. spent a few hours in Klsslmmee Sun Senator G. F. Hankins of the twenty. the class colors, blue and l ld,,whlcb ,, J. L. OVERSTRKET. ,
Mr. Walker
Monday and Tuesday fourth district, died today at.Dawson, ]
Stove. wood delivered in town at day afternoon. Tne partyconsisted ; contained framed-pbatos-of'the--bost-. ax..A..euo&a.coulltl".
,
to. meet his brother, Commissioner .
came up Ga.. where ha was In business, after
of Miss Willie Dean, Miss Rosa Roo- ,
Berta received lovely
r tl.OO strand. ess. Miss many
per J. (Hardy Walker: who !had
illness with heart disease
Itt-tf KISSIMMEE LUMBER Co. been on a visit to his brothers, J. M. Dev,and Arthur Milton Rooney Barlow., Daniel The McCallister eveningwas three Senator weeks'Hankins has just returped I gifts, the kind that are dear to the 1909 Lace Opening at (ess&l. .

Mr. A. S. Gilbert will represent' the and J.1<'. Walker at w'lth Delray the board and returned Mon- spent In pleasure at the home of from a week's stay with him. Bruce I heart Mr.of and a girl.Mrs. Bryan and Miss Croft Tampa. Fla; -

local camp W. O. W. at the Head in time to meet Mr. and Mrs. Daniel McCal lister. Hankins left for Dawson last night. Bryan added much to. the pleasure of "
day. burial will there to-. We will be pleased tdeend you sa e4
Camp, which meets in Tampa next The trip was a most pleasant one.-, The take place : tbe occasion by. their kindly hoaplI -
time. VaALaoe 60 for
When spends his hard earned Orlando Reporter-Star morrow. Mr. Hankins was 22 years pies at any
Tuesday. a man tallty. '
for anything he wants face old.. He was a bright business man. I k_ yards, up to lOo per'tard; ; Torchon ,

seq T A great-many cabbages are being money value for it. Tbaffl* right. The Rev. Burke Culpepper. accompanied and the ,"oungeet' of twelve brothers / 1909 Lace Opening at Kress alt Co Lace 60 for 2 yards, up to lOo per
shipped from this place and are being United Slates Health and Accident In- by his wife and. two interesting children -I and sisters.-Raleigh (N. C. ) News yard' ; Cluoey Lace 5o.t and lOo1 per

'l quoted at good prices In the northern surance Company charges you enoughto Is registered/ at the Almeria. He and Observer Feb. 26th. The deceased 1 Tampa, Fla. yard; Persian aod Venice '..brandslOo

.i: markets. pay your claim and pays It is a son of one of the great evangelists wa.- a brother Mr. W. G.1. pleased per yard; Lace Net, whit> and eoru,
of tbe south, and accompanies his Hankins prescription clerk of the Kis- will be to send you 25o per yard .
..-1 .LOST-A gold fraternity pin with I promptly. Try a policy. father in the conduct of revival ser slromee DrugCQ.., whose many friends samples at any time. Val Lace 60 for I .
Ii B. LEAKS State Manager,
f jewels In it; name on oack L. Kendrick. 2 yards, up to lOo per yard;, Torchon Race Suicide
1 I. P. O. Box 397, Orlando, Fla. I vices,in variably as a singer. Possessed will deeply sympathize with him in the ,
> Please return when found A..CARS6N.to of a sweet voice, his presence adds loss of Ills brother;:' Lace 60 for 2 yards up to. 100.per yard; ai President Roosevelt calls It. I Is not. >,,1(1.

; 'C, FOR SALE-5-acre youpg orange much to the Interest the public in Mr. M 'Sate was \notified on Wednesday -\ Cluney Lace Be\ and brands lOo per lOo yard; nearly the menace to increase In population .\ {p

Mr. H. C. Stanford purchased this grove in city limits; 250 bearing pr- the services.Tampa Tribune. Col. ('. A. Vans Ag- Persian and Venice per that tbe deaths among infant
I through
I { Lace Net white and 25o
yard ; ecru
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week through M. Tiller's agency the anile and grapefruit trees, and other that his had been '-- are. And eight out of tea of these
'aon'Echra nominated
new
two brick stores. adjoining his property I fruits, small barn and 10 acres land The Jit. Rev. W. Crane Gray D. D.. by eenator'Taliaferro for per yard. deaths are directly or Indirectly .
:; on lower Broadway from Mr.H. M. uncultivated adjoining. Gathered 265' Bishop of Southern Florida arrived appointment caused by' bowel troubles. McGee'"r"
cadet the United
Pfann. I rI boxes oianges, this year. Nice buildIng I(I here on Saturday afternoon and went Naval as a at, Annapolis. Loversof Baby Elixir cures diarrhoea, dysentary. LJs, '
States at
I site. Price 91350, easy terms. out on the evening train to NarcoosI Academy rood health should prevent sickness sour stomach and all infant ait. ;;.. .
returned received similar
Mrs. J. W. Aderhold has remaining the night the guest of Eugene Bryan a appointment Instead of letting themselves get
ARTHUR E. DONBQAN. I meats ol this nature. Just the thing 1r, '
from Tampa where she went to. attend I II I| Llaut.-Col and Mrs W. E. Cadman.On some: months ago through stele and then try to cure It So>long fur teething babies. Price 25 and COo.: >- ..:

her son, Fred, whose eye was recently A. L. Davidson, who was awarded Sunday the Bishop held full morning Senator. Milton and is now in" a preparatory a. you keep ;your liver bowels and Sold by Roberson's Pharmacy ,,
operated upon by a specialist tbe contract for laying the.cement tile I service and holy communion in school at Annapolis iretting- stomach In a healthy and active con

,.I I that/ city. walk fromthe. court house steps to. the I, St. Peter's church, which was well attended ready for examinations, wb 'i' "Ed- ditlon YOU wont set licit. Ballard'': 41
will him in few-days. Be- Jap.ties. Air Pleat
returning In the afternoon to gar join a
work will Herblne relieves lnao-
/ gat9 began : Monday and I constipation,
Victor. Van Duzor left"on where Sundaylast be has have the walk down in a few days. hold evening service. Inv St. John' [ape entering' the academy applicant the' liver and all stomach and bowel i This beau'ItDI'aDd unique plant I-A 7k<< :

i for Higgins, Texas and, will make This work is being done by the commissioners church. is required to stand very rigid I troubles Sod) by Roberson's-Phar1For one of' the greatest novelties of.recent ": .
purchased property, examinations, both physical and men .
I
his future home/ His family, for thepre..nt at the suggeation'of andwith The Cltv Council met in their new tal, and if both these young men get I mcy' I IntroductloD., See specimen plot akKatz's ',, t:
the aid of the Ladies' Village Improvement and leave orders with
will remain here. quarters .at Fraternity Hall for the all which is fully 1- '
through right. expected Rent or Sale.' I > \
Society, and will greatlyadd Miss CALDWELL. ,
llrsitime last Tuesday evening. The will
by their frienas, Klsslmmee '\lf.lf.I
Mils Mattle Bandy has returned to the attractiveness of the court room has been neatly fitted up with a nave two representatives at Annapolis -I Residential and farming ofsixty i 'Yt.

from? Atlanta, where she purchasedher house grounds. special view to both comfort and convenience who will I give a good account of, acres, well fenced, at Hatnmockl vrormoiogy; ,

pring and summer stoCk of millinery Whenever a man pays out his hard- and Is a decided Improve- themselves in future years. Grove; house fully furnished and In should be study every parent. It
and is again opening up her earned money to an Insurance company ment over the old quarters.Mayor I good order; outbuildings and farming' your child is nervous; fretful, start }

business{ at the Cash Store. for protection he expects all that's Murphy's Interests have also been Implements; flowing artesian well. In its sleep Is pasty faced' has ring
Income of the
coming to him. That's right He looked after and a judge's desk: and The Monthly policy Apply to MK. DROUGHT.Klsslmioee I under Its eyes always, seems hungry, !

Messrs. E. \Lesley and Rull Ban.ttended in ought to. have it, and the old U._S. pedestal erected for his convenience, Co.U. S.Is'an Health l Ideal and policy Accident written Insurance for the Fiat la not gaining weight, you can be sure... *-* I
stockmen's meeting held .
a While' Crow" W-
Health apd Accident nays 100 cents on which lends the air and dignity of a the t.-ouble is worms.
Tampa! last Wednesday to discuss l"r Ideal business man, paying ideal benefits 'Vermifuge is an absolute cure for'' 1 1worms.
dollar. Try a policy.H. reg-U1 court room.:
the 1909 Lace Kress Co.
for securing better st an ideal cost. Payable quarterly Opening- i'
and
ways means B. LEAKE, State Manager Is its own purgative. Soid>5 wyj U

prices for Florida beef cattle. P O. .Box 397, Orlando, F a. NTED-SUIII the services of a Magazine man in Kls requires > or. B.in LEAKE.cash. WriteH. State Manager Tampa,' Fla. I ibf\ Hoberson'sPharmacy.' ,I'. }/,

Mr. ;asperHowarth of Cbester, Pa., The Grand Lodge Knights of Py- slmmee to look after expiring subscriptions P..O. Box 397, OrlandQ..Fia: I We will be pleased send you samples -'f, t ' of the railroad ;.r

who owns a wlnterMiome add grove at thias will meet at Miami next Wednesday and to secure new business at any,time. Val Lace 6c for 2 -JThe appearance

1 DoLand, has been spending several and will be In session three by means-of special methods unusually Laundry. I yards, up to lOc p.? yard Torchon I yards here has been .lrr8atlylmr.ro"e4I ,, 's
ID. k
..., days here investigating.. trucking' days. The representatives who will I effective; position permanent; pre- The agency for the White Str.l Lace 5c for 2 yards, up to lOo per I by track putting several i new ches. : '* '
' C",. and fruit growing Industries. attend from the local lodge are A. E. fer one with experience, but would laundry is now at the Home Store, yard; Cloney Lace l o and lOo .per I ?

,It I The Valley Gazette has been ..re Donegan, H. C. Stanford and ,Dr. consider any applicant with good natural and If you wish the boy call I yard, ; Persian and Venice brands 100 I Old papers can be purchased at this -. ?

'. quested to extend the heartfelt thanks Hick. Supt. W. J. Sears will also qUallAcations; salary 11..60.per on you weekly, just ring up 154, and per yard Lace Net, wkitef 1 sOld and ecru office for Zoo per 100, and there is moth

j L -ol Mrs. Vernon Doris and Mr. Oscar attend in his official capacity as Outer day, with commission option. Address you will be put on our list, and calledon 25o per yard. *- \ inir better to put under mattingIf ., r
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Guard of the Grand Lodge. Mrs. with references, R C. Peacock, .
Doris for the many kindnesses-.ihown weekly. The work( Is all done 1 IE I l. "
them during the illness and death of Hicks and !Mrs. Stanford will accompany -I Room 102, Success Magazine Building, an efficient (manner and at Tampa, --paper for sale at the Valley you want your house papered on'' "
Mr. Vernon Doris. the delegation. New York. 2t prices. O acette oOkx neal sign made, see Geo.A.Gilbert.
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:t1iiitiATION 1' THROUGHOUT THE STATEThe /' .DLDEST MAN !IN .AMERICA -5l I. .

ISSUEECovomoiiIiit .

Now York, World recentlJ centtalnodaiTumber Escaped Terrors of Many Winters 1 1CslnJ b, ... -=- Phenomena: of Dreams ,
ff.
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:: of Interviews l Awlro> 'Y"
JBy :;o.or" _. ,
Gives In Pe-m-jia .
r' 4wits tho 8&V (jtll..9t..tates.,., giving ... . >"* *- t ,
teretjinff StatisticsiCONCERMNTjpERCULOSlS JTn tho va4.uoto tho Affect. Even Morals ,
their ol)lllonl) 4 :
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I United\ States and their own rospccl I' '" It 1* well )mown that the condition 'By -fI len.: Keller 1.

::: \(; I lye slalos-of the around-tlio-world na of the jiubllc roads affects! the pock''I .1 ,( 7"::t. .+

vnU\ :.crulso, which ended that day at eta. the Jiealtht the taste., and even'f ......... N my dreams I have sensattbn8'od'ors'tastes. and ideas

: .Covarnor Rcommand That. All, Oil ll!,4 llaniplou Roads. The ,honor or lead- the morals of-the people.' Tlie cost of: : which I do act remember to !I ::"bad in reality Perhaps
mf
*.na Follow-.. Advlc Given UpoqTbIS"L 'IIajtlao'Jtst won: accorded to that 'sent tranS1ortailoll.affecta every human I r. tbey1d\'e the glimpses'. which mlnd'catches through the

: ----:-;: ; ;ctI" uy ()"OoverliuCJTlniEllsl) Florida. 1C being. It- a" producer it ,affectt ,the :. .t' \ lee'p'Of: my tarllest'babyhood.Itavarheard. -""flier'trampling ...

was his opinion that this ,cruise demonaliated f h :' <, value jot hi* lroduct.If; a consumer, j : of many waters.\ Sometimes.a wonderful light '
: 'TallahosBoe,. Fla. Govei'aor 011- lltnecessity of (lliii! I'unnnm It affects'tho Such flash '\
\ ; price of his purchases vl..lts'me! In /sleep. a and glory as Itial: ) gaze
Christ j. . ..4.
Has l*.ued iho fojlowluir uiyclamatlou .. *
\ canal ail a war null Olea's.ur. '
: ipenct' r'io It costs the "Western and It vanishes I gfno-il and
farmer
; ..' .; lliat It nation of t a* mud t. : ) gaze until taste much as in
a a '
Tcerp (3 now being conducted a iUlt able fleet should, coincident Possessed ullh yo Jiaul a. ton of wheat flvo miles' to I .......... my waiting hours; Iut} the sense! of touch plays a less Important ,

campaign of education' for: the utudj a doclaratlou of land I market over Abe average road a* ft I' I ; part In sleep I almost n s'opp No one guides .
war. a. quuiinr
; ,and .ill'u vein ion at luueiculctly In to a. half I million of men on I tai- ljillIpplnes | j, 'W"\It does to ship tlio ame by freight from l- me. Even m a -crowded street I om self sufficient," and I enjhy an Independence

tills state. 'i ubei'culosia lias. bwii I we could".not. land tlu'n'after New York to Boston or by water quite (-in isn ]SO my ph Hicul lile Now T'seldoiii spell en my fingers Lad


-1'->1aUe. __In nut !lI"II'1'II1I1.11I1L! tli' PhilIpplnou L Juno Broclt.JIZOJfiirt of_AI.v.. tyyears" ago it cost $\O1to ship a ton'dT'WdduefrohiFBdaton -P.J1r jihysii ,,I 01 ICTIIH I am ' i 1111r1111ndat"t't'1TSU1r1"epOTVi'or' > wim \M-iik'onr i :'Ui-ingnsi" iuf-: Tlr. Imuta')3niM" ( ,of. ,I ,; n&itj'Tsx. Fo"OverpooT;"for'thcn ".. lolia Its ,ln ied ) and' : -
.
,. the i> 31 ) ; ._ ; m>, mil) \\ > sandalji ]"c>>Tiy!!]. ]JoFna lh"TTronB! l>r .
census .ar ndliiKOlJy 19UU\
allow I ttiul) rho luuil UT<55: a of tile od -UH/ folh pf Hiic'iidini, ; lullluns' of : i Is Ha unli'iil friend to Perunft. anispaI to-day It( costs $T"7TT-TTJiTioVTieces\ ;"-I-I !happy bvingK! \\.liI) dwell bpjond the roaches of bTUlly "IJSe.-:Tlie Century. _
muni':. unit. I him\ .anils ul llv ,'s J in I HID" ] <>f it in the following terms: ary to add that It costs Vlio Western __
while racu for 1 tfiai M.III!' wa. till ..092.t "\r Ilitrtninii reui ,Jy, Pnruna I have
<) tUln. iiinilw| < ,s7.ii.l' !!;I. not quite loJ HI'lay i lf 0"11)1111011.) In ''ilui lit I hg JHH>- founil'to im the b"'Bt. if not the only relia- farmer as mm'h to-day to haul his 1
11,1"] -liuni> \\ 0 mill' )iiHHlnnl.difind I bl. for OUUUUS. COL.US CA wheat ,'t' I'N.
I >er .cuII1. iliud Mum cuubuutyUon.! Of remedy to mark as .'It did twenty 4
lv lii JU I VII 1)1) M 'ie llhallllll.'kluilunit I .
| ) TAKHH and diarrUiAi .
ihe colored luce. ihu total tlciiiliM years ago and that these prices willi
were' 147uu2; 22,23d: about 15; |1"1'" "dua.o., atiaUil I Iliii-V: If the Plill- i '. iVriitKi l 4al lM-rn M i; ea,1-bvrol- i continue stationary so long as the I 1'I
' ipium) '),) 'HIInot) 1I'ul'ulll.1.i I ilu* i-IM- mto.niicurn. nnd 1 attribute miiffnoilI : job
? cent being from consumption / .in- 1I'n.\ of Ihi, .uuvj "liould I 0' tii-lilod) II I health aitil mil ejrtremf tAr," to thin I I roads remain !In their present. condition. $ Printing-
total eallu.ulo. In Florida
waH (,1. ,111.1 ihlll'0) l Ililidf., uf Hu 1.i'uK..d, I rrtnnly. It ejrf ctinert| all my re- : '
f 1. I'JSS less than D) "per com ti I. il t I In4bnsuiupllcn. I ...n qutmnent .
na > shoulil, In<' ","tiOII' <'cJ in lit' Phil.i"lll1j'M II One ot the< alarmIng tendencies of .
t Of these f 55!ll. :St.i: :I .11.,1, I .
'-I have to . it almoSt I
/ lo I iilnin' jn'i''i>li-. \\livui) nil pui-" come r ly upon the time Is that; our boya and our
.1 lotwt- tlie OgOH Of" 13; and -I 1. litilf for
; I ontirolv for the mall V things(
I
The staio bouid of In-all/i/ isilin.i'4oat !.." I"H Inn. -
the .money cost of I Iu/i"null./ i ...". I 1I'l.dll' and all |pl'fjj.h' 1 ihiic' "11)N I III'yit vulualile, tu 01" 1""('opilslutc.' loatlug the fai'in". to live In the cities. I :1
< ) itol wjsli to ln. ii'lnliHil? Tin'ui'M' > I Drock.I .
Including (-c-UiiallA o.nnlni 41 j 1'1'( They pilfer tin Jare of the gas lightto
\\ ulhl'lOllllli" iniidi all < Ioi' Ill-Il .
i bit by dent),. OXCIM- i in lan uiiKi* 1'iin.ilh: I I I fl ti Si\'<' \\lili I t (that I The Undesirable ,Bachelor. f.
estlmalliiKT thu IIUIIHU-'H! of ( (''I\PI'I who can blame Hum. At tills paitleulur c! 18 NEXTTO NEWSPAPER ADVERTJSING, fe"
Ja 1906 upon IhlM pIa'..... the I 4)I l! tin jiimsai!.(t's 'jIlOI..t 'flIP 1 ,.:uvorn01 I English ,bachelors 'should Utiwarn- time farm,'m. are unable to secure I '

jmnuAl cost in tbtL nlud Sintc-s ui ('1,414 4\ ifli a OiiiiiK iiiUillull fiom Ing and Join the ranks of th!). bene THE BEST ADVERTISING IN THE.WORLD.
the cities
help whll. filled
I \\nsliiiijioiiH a i fiui>" ill I iII,Ii MMtun are
Tliq 'uhtof I dicta before the Govermnent levIes '
91.1UV.OOUOiH) p >i' Annum 4 -
ti'inln' l'IIf"1.lIdnli' alliiiiii...' with Idle m lThl'G! conditions can
;the suffering to ilione who have tax their
; H upon single Vlesaedness
this dread dlniuuu cannot 1 bIU:- <;io In \\ hal din lion \<)ur |il<.iisiIn, It Is claimed bo )partly lenndl-d, by the Improvement r
that the UI1IJ1/\/ rrl.'" nun
jnated. .//alhuII\IJI"" iio\\) 'ail.n, H and >DU \\ ill\ of the p .ildll' roads for as we We have been very fortunate in ,
I does -
not bt..ar Tils tfwru bor"den
Tho stale board of )health ndiii-s, ) ? liinl 1 Ir hard I lo *ix( ,;ij>c' I h-, iioltA* t>f j J pf Wip iou Prove our roIH., ] we will also} luiproo ,


-elleve tl al the dlHtu&u 'iin in- IM )1""I'r vail lot' a d\%'tiling to benfliOnd the Intoine tax and IntLJrert taxation homes tiooil-/ .mils.' give us more

checked ol Ixtnii.. tin, "\' ino\e III. \\t it I for one person while the average . nnd) moK i leasur. Sliced in best and. mosf experienced'pri t-

obliterated und cflatid fioni tin- IN i.tpiihlt. i if 'Ijrlni! ; 01'1.,1 up i-nonn'l' married man pays both of there In I transportation .is economy of time q .

earth, If a well orKunl/.i-J alii-ni.il Is to Kiip' Jnl lIdl'I" (Jill. bonu ianiil)' laHim1 addition to an 'Inhabited .bousu duty I, and the old sujliK! tha.t 'time is nicm- ,. ers in the state and are now able :..;
in bi to 1lw Unres ,
'lII&4e'ln the dlrtn nun of ""111111111..1| willing sntup local rules and Indirect taxes for lb.
py' was never so true as It Is now.
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and with kt ell blKhii'd' iiluiuilon.il.measures and! I'OtlOllS tii'foie, the < ai pi'nil"'i' und.... .
rag'e fnnilly
of lour -o.h"louaJy of I
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to> execute
-'JI. wlitj-lmvi' good Job Printing
anil, l biijicrvlmun"Keen '' ,41'IlIblI, \ .MI_ ai o quite IIIl'oujhl111t I lit'( tho .ntarc'1- mia tfndviiitag. !JJ; roj aecml1)11(11 every ,
IB tit
) mrre. geimore of life; and live -
'slglm IdOl ailonul menu I luulhlt11Kt -
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'iire." are now 1)'lng uiiduiied III ilic The Otlzctia: I of :Mont iri'lo! nri-. much ''I '. .more in .1 year thin: the)f mud-boumi! description in all leading styles.

elate under iho Ic.idutshlp of I ilie :NOtional : 1 Bllru-il, up ovi-i;* th" \,UIIIOI I that tluMlanili The! fit-nbllity n'nd power bfla} stiite nc- jhlrora do In I ti'n.- .I ;JI'loe O Cldrlgc. -

Association for i I the bludy-ana % Const( UniHilwuv; intrndsIU I are olosely concerned 'with 11 r married III Good Loads Magazine. The class of work turned out by

I Prevention of Tull'.ulo..llI.. lliis mmi ,,, ('IIIIRI| 'ml It lliu- of load 1 ;lioin I'.r'r population 4ind bicheloihooil. a'iJUoouruKed

-, >algn Is bolng ndmtcd with the ('o'. )', Kla. to AniMiidjnila ralla- I .( even among th,,- nnclents An 7n.oallon Io\d. C us is acknowledged to1'be the finest
:
t. Alteration of physicians Health <>mncera 'lia.xii'" mid ftlvc!; :Monlicrl'o' I In- /;o- often by n loss of certain political .

.busiiiesH jiun glad "OIIlIIIl'ldal I blimitad, 1 of hullcllllILI'ollh/ that rights SUillstlos" how that In England DiiiluR tIn In-t} iew years much I"- and the prices the lawest.of'"any" f ff
I "clubs. women ilulri, )laboi uinnii/.i: : fi-iist hiis )biiti taken in c'-usado .
: the
< "Y.? n hii-h I Ii "OIl'IIIt'I",1 i \hy ,lln-,, pi o- the number of barln-lori' Is in, r

\ cjtuili KOI li-tlcb) lniiiiii.il I ii : pli of Monl Ii i..lli)" tu l h. Uu mil, lob T' I Icl'PlulnK. for good 1 i 0.1.I and in n,..ny Parts 4
I of 20
nmrtrrloil m >n ye.ti'14and > printers anywhere.
School and( lUlli-KOi .Hid the i< al ,,>111101'>! t oust" i lIlt I ion I of tin. "uiiinli i model, sin'\trbos of
\ up\\"nrI--r, !I 4nn..a..d 20 more "
UonI. '1 Iic liii Ihitlil,' Mpint Is MK,UK III I 11II-h\\\' fl 044', hl'(>) ,. 'consl' IIUl'tl'd i by
IS.U,
; 1''omnlPnd that nil tho' per 1 .ooo I In the di nle b".eell
t: laiiipans' mill l Inn >'Hbids. tin: to .. Kiiiid. I mills' i'iinydtsslorls! to SIMP" as .
'ShlnK: In this stub lake jul aol,I 1901 The annual riport of the
ilN.il ih. lomii' lain. ol' :N4'V4: ": Ii local-
i iimlaiul < X1tll'll" i ) I /nitl\c) Hot (ach
of the ui>i>uiiunlilet> nu\\ nf H"KI'Jtrar.d..n..raJ. ] r ''ci-it'\ 1'-ncil
::1- roi, 11H i 1011)04.\ The; Inti-vi" 1 is 11 ll.Much tlfuiblp! iTistrucllon has
Cored them wit hout to unm
)
'Ohl. 61111\\'S tha the of tclic--
: p"IIII) \\ !h. ,tti,,\ anin.u, ni.n put ui proportion : I'c'n, III thisiiiaiint'i) but ,
aril) 10 Ihdl'I' 1I11II'tl,1| ,
poeted upon IIICMIMM
i I tin! oof on his, IHIIIMI 1I1m,,_ l Jr..N:' ow'If lors per" l.tfOU( tonics of 13 years mil I
:
I lieallb. from this Oii-ailiil, distant1tj apiaiiiu/y I no plan dls<'overt'il for
bonn-" 'I.tinman \\11I111\.111 HUIIH(iliinguli.ii upward was 3SG In 1S71 and, 421 In :
Witness ui) linml ui.ii. I nu !gi t eat bl'al'frOf ()\ "J'c i tiinB the (lllllcultlos of road
: Ii!,)' all \' 111,111! ian: acquluu() 1901
tie 'state of KlDi, Ida : bulli/liiK) in n sandy KOll: It remainednr ;
J' Inline "I' liN 0\\ II on wlilth u 0 I'lit a A tax upon bachelorhood la not altrHtrlnrr CUTICURAi
(Seai) AL.uri.r (..IL'lItil'! .
$ a !M iiii.csot.i' man to adopt) a now
"::l-----; OoviiiiorJjT I tin i (ludrI 11I11) ull bu ltal.l'| ) > lIl.'i lmTir' ii' >ltJ.l l .. }.->e.jiiis we can :
IUT3 *iod of cunsti'uotion suitable to
:Nl-ll: I' III I tin' lll-IOM Of SI /I'l-
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By the 00IeJI.01'-\lt : II. CLA\ find precedents for I I' In KnRlNh!; Jnw such conditionMr .
CRAWFOH17., ;l-eheIai'y of SlaloMAtDAYIAYLH. I Il'l ilIlI'g; hits I lu'i'cbtt 1 -n HO tniK('hliuililliiK I at tlines when Ihe'natlon's ..cx.l1pntItllr..8 a-
/ of hoiin-s, and! I'caldt' ,'IK'is usllHMi ( GeorgeV: Cooley, State" lUghwny -
aliroiniallv Iitrtflt '
I Is ut tinpnsi-nl Unit It ID were g' ; Eutu"l'r; of !Minnesota l I has designed -

j( not a .boom of I building I I I as most -oftin the reign of William ,UI': every wnm.ir- u road) that i lo s"l'vlcl'uble.In

_d by Governor Gilchnst. and t HlriuliiM-H nidifr: v 14)' anhi I 'I IIIK rled man afoovq th/' ape of 25 years spite of a gaudy foundation. A section -

t v Put In Uie.Tallalmauw Citt't'lI, \11\' thosi win) llviin SI 1'1." WitS rompe'led'! t,>'pny a special tax, of his new construction Is located .

) . Kla Uovernor (;\tl-I 1 ti'ivlinK, I 'I I ih,. \ <'nr I'olllld I it I 4.lii)4\'8 val') InK from /Is. to S; 12:! 10s. according at Cambridge, In iBailtl Ciunty. In COM fORT

: drllt baa iec<''l\td an anonjiiiousJetter Midi opinion of 4h> dl>"'H futniLIViihut . to the per/son's Income. This was I this dlbtilrt there Is nothing/? out sand ii.I. i

pOHimaiKcd.. hu\annaJi, Uu, teIUMUng bachelors'
; I
'ola IH to halo a scnsldL hotel levied until I 1706 In 1783 I for a top Boil, and it is Impossible to
< thai each da> lui nlac run hotel Kama ItoxaUland. Uax Ml nt higher ra'.o .soy lIotOEII
a nunmu-i on : servants> were < a preservo n rood \\vfln oTrt addlng some .DO.

: i;'l vjsecuttre days be unie( out tile ful-! on thu site of thl'I old life- than were ordinary\ domesticS. and I other material. Mr. Cooley tlnaily The Reaion I Blake and Sell More )(811'.$3.00

lowlrxg prayer : uavliig slat' 1011.hldl was blown live later Pitt's graduated Income I &. $3.40 Shoe. Than Any 'Manufacturer
4 ; "O Lord' Ji'fcUii 1 Impluia Thee to down I In thu II'l.ut storm I luce > ears,1 years I decided that sawdust was the component U _.*.. I fl**. th. ........ ... 8.5s of Uo .... _
tax vas more severe upon the ... ......... .......
'I"
It''!u all munkliid! uinl .keei)_us_ Jrpnij ago It will have about u liundrod \ ueccssarj, and a four-inch aa..k.'I ep1.t.' .I..I..S.n 1.8. .1,145(41 of aptm ass 71 -. .
"'- -l-rr1 BfPMUis\ blood, and and Is to be t MlxliiUIn unmarried thanupon themarried layer of this was raked into a stretCh Tb....l.t..t 0. ...for ....ll pert 01 ih. .k... .
rooms expected \ .._, .. ... ... ... .
the bachelor needs beware .4 .011 .klq I. '" 4 > rtn.Mit I.look"
k to -well wUh THee In a few>' months. In time for .Ibe next men Truly, of road which bad been carefully aI\o, by .10._. .. on In tb. tko tndMtryW '
us
4 seaso.n. f'Wear !-Harper:,* Weekly.< graded. Passing teams thoroughly an't.1_....r...low wcold yew..bow.. .at ..-..fL1..... W whF I..tb UowglK.r bold* tbaMd Ibrtra 2IW; 7'

1"governo.- IB religious tomply. ground together this mixture and I .aisp.. fcrttar,sad-.r ....- .... MI j.ta.r ..M..
; jtiest. The anonnous a white flower //on the 'second . .' THE GIFT. M1l HHKodof Tanning'''.80/.. ...ai.. tlitm Hart ,.
11 the Sunday in May, piefyiably a white whenever ruts were worn Into the Fl.zIbIf tut Ltttftr Wtarlng SAss OUI.r& ,
L ceef1"! follows' ; cnriiaUcn,, Jbut/ bo.. uro to wear .a "What did your wife jive you for surface they were filled wltb fresbBawdust.The Ca... ftr Ev.Sy Urh.r .f :' P..6I Y. I'
l[pro .aat tl>OB who 11'11! \1ot Tbii Christmas ' ', ..... ... ..W....... ..I.... .... ......4..... ,
-eaia white flower. day has been selected , 'L fine particles of wood _
P. : meet willi Ii'e Fnr Ml 10 I'Y 141O dmst..rs"'fIr1- .
I. pforow1II those who t aa "l1oth.eraDayi, such,.a flower "Well It"looks like "a, bunch'of gradually rot. forming a heavy loam CAUTION Noil* 'luiulix without W, I. l'krslas 'L '
and .
'i .
\l eaaV1 j.uine days comiueneViV aa a meuris of observance. ThereIn nothing, lined with Whatd'yecallltcloth with the sand and the result Is a r_ 0.lor BjraUta Vad 1:001-.017. 0.tlof...) ..tna

*. It received will experlentt\. up holler sentiment In mankind and decorated with thingum firm roadbed suitable to all ordinary1 "W. L. DOLQLAS, 167 Spark St., BrocktM. MUL I
: ." l.v*e A \ (han .the ntlf,BIU illRIng love of a I bobs Inside and out.."-LouUvllIa I '
f 'j" /ibe ninth day. H Is said '_ tramc.-Ilarper's Weekly. 77r \
child. I
t Hat Jra UiOtUfi for her liverj man ,
f' that those who wilte ennobled tbrougn tier- Courler-JournaJ I _- ;-.-_..
l' er and0111111 la t. \ \ ,
t1WER)1', '
"
will be dc'lUered from allbeornor I1
4 )1: ; tailing love for the mother who boie Economy of Split-log Drag. )14I c1' -1 "-k

him or her.N;. o relation in life is Legislating About Matchea- : .. '
submits the prayer I It is now estimated that the earth $
? 'lsIt
more tender than that of a motherto The fasbioned seve-n-da.T. ma-tch. UJt -
u.id.vlce to the people of Flor- road can be properly maintained with _\ .
: : : f;; th. suggeHtloa mat If they her children or grateful children the newer-fashioned snap match the '.' .10-
; to their mother Motherhood means the split-log drag at about $u per SLICKERSwear '""'-. 1
.lrtl1e lot doesn't. want to be"lorldlax. newest wn.ltetlpped heaxjwon'tfiyoffmntoh !
j . \ more danger to life than the battle mile per annum. Tomaintain the I

-j; i : "experience some !Meld It menus count lens sacrifices and even the very gentlemanly 60.000 miles of earth road in Ken- l

.") f.i. .)Y on thexsninth day1 or to'fla. even at the tout of health Itself =None" was taperwill have to go If tho tucky annually with the split-log drag well !'

V' : IIere4 trom. that some great caIfuaf I but an Ingrate WOuld refuse to observe I bill petitioned for by'Dwlffht Sleeper would therefore approximately' '\ and they keep you FOR LITTLE -
feels It
He cau cer-
harm and 'tnay do great the day sol apart for paying ebould pass the Legislature. According $2 otOOO. It you spend $750,000 on dry whlle'you are

II 0 all no of the poopleXpr a large I respect. to the mothers of the land to tMs bill filed by Representative .- bridges and for grading of earth wearing them

f/jhem or4,: to dally aak. divine I It nly needs that every person who i Montague of the 10th Ward roads salaries and Incidental ex- $.::322vivwii

44- eu: I tipoa all-mankind The mere I I honors his shall or wear her a mother white ,flower or her on I the only mat 'J to be Tnareufaotured penees 3011) would still have about a I E. : CRECOM06 FAT FOLKS

let flTa large uun>bej- of. peoplix uu- I memory, legally Is that where the Igniting ele- million dollars left, with which to
that day the second Sunday In May \ _
_. to write this little lIra>*rrllt'bhd I the 'box 'build and roads. This fi'IaWI7EFP Nt7c34c.
- DC inent Is placed upon or re- stone "grade" I ..t .
1- sclioola. It will be the Frlday -
.- In public Most grateful and comforting is ;'t
.,>i | : to Impress the beneficent--, before I ec.vtllble.-DQston Journal. at $3000 per mile would build about I fXA.J z .. .. '
lea Of charity and mutual helpful\ : 33u miles of stone road annually. It'' I a warm bath with Cuticura Soap
iossitU>on their minds and hearts :. 'T etermlned 'to secure fpr Pensa- I .TbWER Co. DOSTOM. UiA.TOWEB ran-
would ba difficult however to accomplish gentle anointings with Cuti '
i cola\tbo best possible health conditions NEW IDEA CANADIAN' Ca UMITTO. TOIKMTW. ct.1000) -

:i [ORANGE GROWERS I MEET.omiitttte I 'tio board of public -works will n..lpedVI... Couple.. thla under the present system cura. This pure sweet, economical '-

give a half holiday with pay to all of road administration as a large treatment brings immediate

'.k Will Go to California! to employeesNpf the board who attend It doesn't pay to stick too closelyto part of the. property tax aa well as relief and

Study Methods In U.. There. the tuberculosis exhibition, being held old notions of things. New Ideas the statute labor tax, is "work d out' refreshing sleep to skin-

I ...Tatrpa Flo, '- The announcement Xx roads. Good Roads tortured and disfigured little ones
j
In that city. .... often lead to better health, success on The public BELTS
SHAFTING PULLEYS
hat'a convention of orange growers According to )the mandate of the and happiness.A Magazine. and rest to tired fretted mothers.
Florida. would be held at the Tarnbay J
court th ).. county LOMBARD IRON WORKS. AUGUSTA. GA.
supreme examined An Idea For
./ Casino brought together at cornmill-I Wia couple c I eczemas rashes itchings

iEt place 150 grove owners and cltat sioners of the Pout county according met new to them and stepped up several Kentucky's: Improved Roads. ( I irritations and chafings, Cuticura

. '".. fruit growers who. were Interested districted population. This county i Is a matter' which rounds on the health ladder. The It may be of Interest to all Ken- I Soap and Cuticura Ointment are

"H.bettering L the conditions \Incident vigorously by husband writes: tucklani to know that their State THE ONLY ONE.
moe.tr
has been worth their in
pyshod weight gold.
,'to: Lbe marketing of the Florida or "Several suffered :
years ago we
the citizens of Lakeland who for leads all or the Southern States in "Preachers usually marry young. .
'ana- crop.. been unjustly tllscilmlnated from coffee drinking were sleepless of d roads. 'Yes that's the only frame ot rh old..rl.rhHo Ihrniirtout, th Fmrw. world IV IXmMa' tx>iMl yeais have the percentage improv ; : Ilu.d. U r.ll.; *u.tr.Z
iter considerable dlsccusslon asLotbe sallow. weak and Irritable. his, H Town Cn Sydnny; : llWlla 11. K ::|,
best method for against by the "oIDmlsl permanent coffee and I ,.Lfl' tSkl: n.R". ,,. .,.,.
reclnct was made a My wife and I both loved Manir. $ '.l 5. .....' |
The Lakeland t> nine cent. Improved Florida five play! -Louisville Courier-Journal. r.nn:
organisation of the orauge growers per B> Afrl.-5. l <>n. ltd r,t>. Towr ....: V HA,
of the state It was finally derided comnilBBluiiui's-Jlull-let, .tnu* devoting thought It was a bracer. ( delusion) per cent., South Carolina four percent Potur l>rui i cbem Corp.. Soil 1'.pe.. BoRoaPOTATOES
the funds which have previously been "Finally, after years of suffering .PfJee Cured lip 6 to 14 Da y..
to send a commutes to California to .. Virginia three per cent., Missouri -
nvestlgate, holding the present con- mattered over an'area twent-flve we read of Postum and the harmfulness and North Carolina twoand ftao Ointment u euamnte.d to cure anyrajMOf 60 cta.I .
. '
: nun aa a permanent organization nahles square to an area only six ef coffee, and believing that to Ilcbina.Bland Bleed ilia 01'Protruding
'We
one-hair per cent, Texas two percent 14 refunded. 5O!
Pile in 8 to daycpr money bu.
of Lakeland a
citizens
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'until" the committee 'leturns und miles square The grow we should give; some attention I .
other S'outhern .
while alt the
snakes h report on June 1. are iinich pleased With their redistriction. to new Ideas, we decided to test Postum ., The man who ran he cheerful In .-- I'.r ....1... catalog, page lie. _

t., The Committee of growers consists as. they will now receive States have less than one per cent. I h- fact of reverses must wear tho I..rgot grower) of ...4 pl'I.IO.'l andIl'D1ll ft&t'1
.. In tlmworM. hIl' c......... ti'
,
d> F. W. Iman of Florence. \'1I1t.J. their just' aiiportlonment of the mon- Improved. smile that won't off or
Cf t. \ "\Viien. we made It right we liked come | end Ilk>. In Mlantpt' an,1 r.-nl.. oatAln" and
We need only to cmpare results. -- -- -' I ''tA" ki'n'i.. n.h fOr .
0. Skinner) of Duxal JV. Sam vy fur loads c-te. on'nn. 'arr'.t.. rolary.
r It and were relieved of Ills caused by however, with expenditures to. be :_ for CUI.DS and (lICIP.Thck' . J radUho ,041) Utntco, ruirvbatM. lurnfD' .,
Of IAV.. Tllden of Orange andbouliMHrd
pie Polk. I'l.-imacola Is discussing a park ,'tA' po,405. ,
noticed the 11f'' C5oa-h "M nrI I"Q" 91)0) '
Our friends .
H.', E. Hellnlan of Fort Myeiu. J. J. plan llrOI'Otwd| by lie Park I coffee convinced of the weakness of the (',Apum. And la the fov.rt.hni'.scursatheOoid IwiHt remsdyr.tI.ve 1 ,,Hittnir' fl.a-rr .,'.'t. in .ll JO,uil) k.rntMiiman '
the a rilnir 1
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change-fresher skinsturdier nerves | rh.Ily' *01)1 5 I .041 .
heard of Arcadia andV.. : ill Gray ComUll blonery' Association That '''present road 8}stem. Good Roads and restores normal condlUona ll a ...II
. -ram-pa.. city lias a picturesque' alter and four' better. temper etc. Magazine. liquid-eRooui Immediately" lOe., iac. and I..fp<,'I l>ay Sweat ">rn.

" J i These gentlemen generously volunt -, wide streets- which woul4 make very I These changes were not sudden tuc.' at drug.tors.. 'I.SAWR Sf Ell co.. 801 A. C,. La Grant, Wl..

4 er d- ..to go to California at their hand uiui lIOuJ"VlI.ldli If ailtstlcully but relief Increased as we' continued ,- The word to the wise Is one hoiimKn -.

: own expense to investigate as repreent&Uves handled. 11 Is pjupoued to have a I to drink and eajoy' Postum and we Not Intentional.The much about- should come from the -

: of the convention. J-' chalu of boulevards. and parks. I lost the' desire for coffeo. little girl was very fond of wi hi'e.;

; Many of our friends did not like pleasant days and at the closeof a
Gray a Ih ely little (own situatedIn Itch eared In SO minute. by Woolford' '
tI "DOlT SPIT" LLAGUL a fertile farming district near Postum at first because they did not heav sin storm ipetftloned In her Sanitary: Lotion Never fsila At-drucgut*. ,

carloadsof make it right. But'when they boiled' prayer for fine weather; when the I
v has shipped Beventy
ii Begun Crusade for Cleallness. In Tampa the shone bright I Not Retrospective Reader. -Kp It Hand I.4'nlfilS5ndeolJ.In.7S.in..ny
celery of an aggregatevaiue\ of Postum according to directions. next mtirnlng sun a .441 on

1< I' penaaeola.pensacola. . -when over $31OOO, this season. pkg., until It was dark and rich thiiy and clejf she became: jubilant and I Two IrlsAnen ....ere. discussing the :; 1&"
/ Fla.-"Don't spit ..
: ; various books theybad read. '" lit. I ...I, on, .
and weh her .
liked'It better than coffee told her prayer to grandmother, ,
(fs 300
lot ne e.aary; spit carefully 'when U claimed that there 'were Mo".a.od! cold '-"- .__...
.
o1"IIit' an4 try to make each spit entries at Tampa's baby show Tam benefited by the change." There* who-.eald : "Have you read the 'Eternal City'7 ud nodt ikk....'sad pnil.a. ,

; are. making abundant 'Provision a Reason. "W'1Ldear.. why can't you pray "I b.&.ve." II h.. s.v.d bgt.' vn.np
it'laat ,plt. pans I d I. C0... I ha... nnbin:
, !. : !1.' the slogan of ''the "Don't for the future in /one respect, at Name given! by Postum Co. Bath to-night that It may be warmer to- "Have you read Marie Oorelll kk'"' 10 bk UPCOlIWhSSI4rdl.ihas. .

organized among least / Mich. Read "The Road tWeiUille do tb at grandma's rheumatism works?" . it 00 b.wIdlwl 'Ions.
beIng Creek.
!ItL.kue., mor.row. ItouLI. that. It w.Il .at ...I.....;
.'army and navy forces at the ''Jacksonville will'' npX be quite an In pkgs.Ewer will be better 1 have that." F.... "iron, 'Pi..1s at .......... in.t .
'' at the tort at this date untlKlU street wires I wllwas the quickresponse.antbat ..L..1.. Fa...for oluid,.,,.
end to read
,an! up city/ *e 4 the.above letter ,A nei "All right "Have you "Looking Back At .11 25
:. te.qlfeof the "ninety-day are underground. but ,henMisa Jack-; ODe .ppean froift lime 4. tlna* The nights\ she knelt wa rd.t?" rrnista'. c.

ltigU tat the Association for theof' vine can't belp having to wear BOOUOarmenta said 'Ob Lord please make It olrth '
are genuine true and foil ol bums she 'l .ow on could I do that-
vel1tloD' .' \&. ,( she!, has outgrown. te1ut : I hot for gfandma."-Pick Me Up. Z41415a' llome Journal. .
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overwhelming, change the agelong1malta t x' ,4

EiThe 8 of a sinful world: Without It Chl".'. Earypaper' Money.- '1------- .,

PuIjoitj: we can ,do nothing perdurable nothittg An to,many line of Industry China Want a Telephone ?

"1 Stt SSSttA eternally superb' ': led Die -way among: Uu nations In the .

I-Io.ts not far, from every oaoofus use", of paper curjnoy In business. TOBJ1LDRJRAL. .-.---.--_- -'_- __
SERMON i ). Therefore, let ua zealous.TIet
Since the
v us be circumspect: let ua trust and"be.Worthy. fifteenth; century, horn-ever, / 't ; ;: '
nrTriEJjE With Him near' there' 1* no paper money has b en"lB1Iued in II you do you can are, anxious to get into cIosc ,

ftlW NDER ] [wer, peace inspiration," the Incen-' ,, the celestial! empire and It..U due onlyto .. touch with'your friends, with the family,doctor,with the stol'e,with the

: tlv to live as. ever In His, sI hA., China's fnduet.J1al'qDd commercialprowth ..- post ojnce: ; or-with the cotton buyer; you can do it vith telephone

It '. : ;4 -_- that the government> has ,recently ; _ I .. at h nd, ,If you want ttjake the farm &'more livabl/place, if-yoa

:.: Subject! Th5 Xearnrsa o .u-; v)hl'pht'rd anti the Sheep.Jri apponte.d a commission' to In. *;, '_ _ . _want protect-your- iomer'vou, can4o Lby-initaJlingA.tc1cphbe.; ".
tho. Tipraadlc or pastoralstate 'Vestlcate the"niAtteT.-r-JYdm::: System .
,1 If will "cut thtat advertisement write MOle and
/ -4 wlilcli still prevails in parts. of .. you out your
many 'j ,address .on the martin; and snail J't todayto our nearest bouse.
<\ '.Acts 17:27 lIe be not fa the world, aIm aVery Man Is bore, Poetlo Realism. -
: : "Though r we will end 'you at once a copy of our Free Bulletin t'O.1O2 on
;.t from every on* ot ua." or less of "a shepherd.; So fnuch that "Who, was It,'wrote the line, T only] .- .5.' ,t'
"I ,"' The consciousness of the reality of relates to .comror and 'subsistence" know she'me'and' went'?'' h 1 "I ow lo Buiid Rurtil' Telephone 'lines"This
depend upon the welr&re ot the flocks .
Is fuudameutal
a power outilde ourselves a .
I' "Dltt if I know, said a man bot
that the calling of herder or sheep-
a ,
""-, the race.1 In the Tho religious understating experience that of 'master.;, la such communities--Is hr'no. rends little, "!'io. doubt it wiaa aomo'i '.,.. Bulletin] cxplains-clcarly -rural telephone rystcnv is built

the inexplicable and universal external means an unimportant oxe. The,i body who had ,bon trying to solve J\ and operated, and it also contains.full information as to costs.

Iotency is Deity marks an ad shepherd's, itfe! Is still atteimeil byi\ 1 tho servant problem] ,!'-Birmingham In a Farmer's Mutual Company a few day's 'labor and! a each '

dstel1n -i .G. spiritual Intelligence .ThrJPDtL..dang.' : AtdW 60.: 1'\11\ ..-Age-HeraM. Investment of about $25. materials
-'&nc i - T--- --- --- ,, per subscriber, will -purchase all
of humanity. The sense of the and coJ4Jh ))hJ1. .')to.:>lrt6tect' his lbt.4tspn'd < and build .an standard .
____________ absolutely tynlemi
proximity, ot divinity is eiaracterlste- them: from.Wild beasts, togt1it4t 'ft-J Children _ _ _ _t__ ._ '
Wina1owt Soothing! Syrup for
of tho most- d vanced. explanations, of 'them JrtfM-'pltfalla and j>reclplces ething,Boftenathoguma.reducoa innamma- f- A Rural Telephone Is Investment, not an exre 5e. The

the religious experiences of men That to find fresh pasture for thent Uo ..Uah CUJ'MW\Dd eoho.260 a bot-u. This Book Sent Free tejcphorfe hich\ enables ypulo sell ten Bale of cotton at }4 cent'per'

religion offers the most Satisfactory by day good water, and to securely r pound more than the traveling buyer offers you, has paid for its en-
practicalities and theology which I is With at night, setting a j Cause for Alarm. .
I lire.costtIf have down all l is worth
you some hay ready to in, it
! go
watch da break.
possessed of the clearest comprehension fold till > In An od"ojy! patient in the Ten Ilea.
ot the reality and presence of olden 'times;"the staff' and'sling were Joe mountain region was suffering something to have a telephone with which to call on Neighbor Smith ''for a lift" before ihi;..storm breaVs.,

*. the God ,In whom we live, as Paul the shepherd's defensive weapons and; from'a malaft, the remedy lor The Rural Tel phone pays for itself each -year and we have brought the initial cost within the
!t sajs. and move and have our being/( in many places are so still. With I and FarmefinMuttriii .,
jiiilghty reason for asserting the- these, and his warm sheepskin coal; which the doctorNjirewcTlbed in the reach of every farmr, Present prices are especially favorable thousands of Companies

I supremacy* of that religious system and hl3 scrip or bag fot food, he ,was I form of ca.peules "1ie old ,woman arc' now oi>d izing so as to build their Ime9! this Spring: Write us, to-day. '

that call Christian fully equipped for duty. trusted her medical clv4er', but for
s j .... we lira I in the fact
,I that In it'wo have the efflorescence of David's "Shepherd Psalm" Is a I I medicine she evinced much susplclon: WE 4 'E LCTL

tho thougbt that our' God Is not an beautiful picture of the pastoral life, I j Some time after she Kad U ken tho .gre !p

absentee but near. The God and with .its freedom from the harassing I capsules she was asked bj h son'Don't Nntkcra led Wee.re ,

Father of us and of our Lord and and corroding/ cares of the outer how she 'tlaDta Kanm City Ttu world' nldnl and,'larrot Mlc BOIIOB PhlUdetphUChiexa
I J jlt. PituburK
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Saviour Jesus Christ is not far from world and its perfect dependenceupon Clod.D..d PoruryouthSaint Iiiiona rrtitiuiaelurrr 1 her. ar.over Ilrnver S.ml P.ul I .
any one of us who knows Him and God David who was himselfa I 1"Porel, ,DIU.a' LouiaSarannah U 4.000.000.... lo Wnurn the United Electric:l States Telephonu lonlar.Kxral Ixii Ar>cel" Silt 1'ke CUr ..
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N.'or. 5. FramciKatll
endeavors to keep His commandments herdsman, in that song tells us ho'wthe 1 you -want. nuthln' to eat: hdlaDlPo\e\ 6 .
Oba
TtlepkMM a specialty '
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neitherdo we postulate Him Good Shepherd supplies every "No" .- .
us far from thoxa who out In the far \\nntof body, soul and spirit) ; how 'Soon, however, the old woman

country o/ iniquity and folly and de- He gives: to His sheep food for sustenance arose' from her' bcwl and took her seat

'r (ellfulneBB, are feeding their souls nnd water for refreshment, I j In a rocking chair Thinking/ tha.t th! [PUNKMF'A D EL. E S S D'YESCOlflj
on food unfit, for swine. with perfect )pence amid pleasant sur- attention would be gratefully Deceived ,
I
The God of Chi 1st is as near na roundlngs! ; how He cheers them and ,o gooti.brt i. other .. .. .. batter t ban otfeer tj.. 'Toe
Ih..- I T / fa..r cnloralhiui any .Ir a On/* KKv tvvk color all Ba r Thor dj In old muir uy b
over His Spirit Is with us and wlth- helps them to overcome temptationand I BOil filled her pipe, and taking I .....'<1 7. ...., ..rD..... tluutrlppfttgnparl.Wri..for fr.. 1>0"'lbl-1I0... to.Ul.._blewm .ua Mil: Oolan._IUUNICOK UH VU CU. ItalBor, llll.&..
In us IIIn presence Is n feature und to avoid danger: Inspiring them a Hcoal, f .m the hearth, car- --

, n force and mav be If we will a consciously with courage by Ills presence and His j rlpd both to his mother: ;; :SffrS; Thompson's EyeWater

;... accepted fact and power in supporting: touch, how He bears'th..m ) 'Tako that away, son!" veiled the l td 6da 1WJ-/ "
our lives up l In affliction and spread a j7ti
; old Woman, In the utmost fright.
" In the consciousness of the nearness '- rich| feast for them, to all of which f "Don't Everything Depend... on the Viewpoint, ,
you know better
of God there Is to be found the Ho adds' 1hf sweet assurance of His I near me whoa 1 1'\'e them to come MACON, GA., Prepares and Places Student ":Mr. W son," said the-j|: a got cartridges
power, the peace and the Insiili, 'atlon continuing! \love and 'arp-lIls !good all"
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In me?"-Saji Francisco StarT Butt Facnltr. Metbeds" and Influ.>ncf v Our atudcntx are r."ICnI1..d.. thoroilfhlT! eorapo. firm, 1 understand that you ar
1)(' "01,1 <'Ofl1 )ar(*, Aud in the sense ness.and meicy-to the endChristiau tent and rood poaltloni air ..ur.1 our irra: uiito* 1'one of school In dlacjpltnn nndruor l. personal friend of Mr. Splnks." ).
of tho all pietpnre! of Jehovah there Heiald endorsed Ijj clergy of Macon an, bring o.all: (, lies the alone hope for the spiritual I ''o( Cure Ring Worms and Skin "That Is true, sir said
regeneration and the moral reformation Gone'"As Diacaseo.VarnAllle Nautical Error. HEAL SARCASM Well, I wish :you'd try to eoUecI."S
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"I am to h"al'. captain. thtt
of tho For he sorry saw a noted millionaire on a this account from him. None of our
rare I serge of thy Servant was busy. here and S .C July 17, 1U08
t the nearness' of God, moulding force there S S he was gone! ((1 Kings Air, J. T: Shnptrlne Savannah. O*., your wife left you so unceremonIOusly street ar the other day." collectors can turn the trick, and IV*, '

In the moraf life of man and Intenhlfler 20 40)) ,, Denr Sir .;.:X.wifo, un..d ouj Tetterlne "-yo-. "So" a long time overdue." '; ,

. of spiritual vigor an It in. is pnrcqulslte Cone Where* for for Ringworm all kind ,of ulao Mn uses aiat It In her famUy an* 'My mistake, sir; I took her for a "And be aJJ his fare like any other Wilson agreed to try. The a.:xt, t.

. that we may hive that 1'1'-1 non't ask the awful question It think It a ffooU .J."Thedl.la no : mate, anti she proved to be a skip citizen morning his Lace wore a curious*
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viva! of religion for which we hoi o Is nitonv to me'tt) think about It'The : uhatltuleKoBpectfullv. per.-Tlt-l3it.s. 1D.reaslon.
I "Then the cbqducfor Idldn't take It .
L. It owllnf ; ,
and l ', It Is L ----A:,
UatnH
Impossible to
Ira) Spirit aid Speak to him I Tell 1
Teturln* urcn rczma Teller -- ---
man nj-thirtg about The '''Il.rnal, Mm of a Saviour love Tell/ him his I Worm Ground Itch Itchlnc PII .,B,Ilinjp J..- STATE or ()mo, Crrr or TOLEDO have to wreM the nickel from "What success?" asked the B *1 d, ro'
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God or to rnak" him understand his danKer Uiit I was "busv here! and 'I tant'. n Sort Head. Tlmp.es Bofla, Rough LUCAS CoUNTY, ([ .. i Mm by main force"\responded the of the firm. n.''\ '.,.

hollffct obligations to God and. the thereI; neglected/; It, and by and ,I 81 Rorea alv Patch JnndrufT* 'on Punk the Face red Scalp Old' luh.ngi Bit- )<'11 A 10 I[ J. UiiOEY; ; niakrt oath that be is man who,, doesn't corn rar bromides" "That depends upon the point'6t '

children of dod until he has u ll'lruns I by h<- was gone: I I i i Ions, forns Chilblains and every! form of senior partner the tirinot 1"'CIIENLY: & -l.oulsvllle. Courier. ..Toiirn' 1. view," said' Wilson. "You see, I called .
(' < lousnusg of the reality und near 1 knew I ought!: to talk to him. I Skin pine, nil. *. Tet trrlne BOc Tetterlne \0.; doing I bumnna> in the City ot Joletio, I -- last night and saw the old .man.Mr
ness of God ftlt that I the one'God, meant to I Soap 2&c Your druggist: or by mall from County anti ,lale alureiuid, and that aaid Nippon Was Jarred.
The was the manufacturer. Tlia Bhuptrlne Co.. ,, brm will pathe.uinoIorcE: llOM> DOLl California was making Its bfi nia.l Spilths' I began'I've railed ,to'.a!:
sense of the no-imcf" of_God : put th. posnel: before) Mm and some- R..vlUUl .4,. 0. l-Aits tor each and ease 01 CATAKHU the old ,;
every
ask maR
whereupon
makes for power It aUrtngthiiis Ihp-'MW[ I felt I ought to do It quickly : j that canaot iw cured tiv the use ot HALL'S declaration of war upon Japan. you ;
arm of man and stoutens' the heart now,now" | A Rt'SE CATARJIH CUIIE FHAMIJ. CJiE'rer: *'The President Is opposed to us,1 butted In 'withS. : "

,inf man for Christian service It am- But I wan "busy here and there" "What Is this peculiar key on your I I Sworn: to before m< mid aubacnhed in mypresence Mid the sponsor of the movement, ._ '' That's all right my boy," he aafcfc.Y .
'- lilies the moral faculties of men Is f I lliia Otb clay 01 December, A. U., trust you'll b.". t
"' Tvow )JI( Is too late! He /gone; ? I It i "lhF( people of forty-five, benighted m can have her.I "
.typewriter never saw on any UtHO. A. W. ULKASOH' ,
Jufet In proportion that nan is meCt1him
a con- I shall not see him until I '
before" leEAi!) otary I'ublic., States are opposed to us; 1 put-" be
n-Unis of the nearness of Go'la\ he, at the judgment bc In that awful I Hall'iCatarrbOureiatakeninternallyandacta . hap"T.b be added that I should fladf
paused for effect 'but llobson U
doughty! the service of Rod And tin-"' I know, Bhall nee him then! 'Hint'! My own Invpnt'on! When.ever directly on the blood( and mucous ur- ; and shut
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rireful of tho moral Integiily of his I do not fear I that day of Judgmentfor you can't spell a. word you press tare ot tlieavatem' . beret, for teMtunoniaia with us'Ippon. Alice LnXhe drawing room, ;

life The man who has little sense m 's'Jt. for1' I beard and believed this key and it maken a blur."-Mos. I tree !.. J. !,'tJI:1'I1tt.o.!: : .. loledo. OfMild I :?!\ was Jarred ,by the: mighty the: door oXjne."-From Judge.

of the proximit of God does little for vGo ra... halls Faintly 1'111. .
IlUn and lives little like Him, The for eonatipaUon.JV
'. died for me; that He took my 1 ,P-dger.: has no correapondonce course .
man who habitually I practices I tbepr I tilar em th. cross where He bore sin Many Children Are Sickly. i -
.fii'fUMi of God having au eve pre for tIle whole world. I heard that all Drai remarkable piece of work was
Mother 8we..t Powder for Children)
ent-measure of and Incentive to ilnhtoiisuo ; who believed Ife bore their I sin. and I used by Molhnr Orgy a nurse In Children., I recently: .shown at a German exhlb'-! -I., 4

<- !a, (eudunvura constant! to bo J 1rii.tpd Him ( for He rose fi'om the I Home New York, cure Hmnmor f nmplalat lion In the shape of a w..a-1>xerut..d /
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wpll-11Iellslng'to God and woithof drpd And Is alive now ) should bp0yh.lnntl Fev..rIAhne' lljjtolnotie., Ktomacli\ Trouble, landscape! made of colonies of different

Hla approbation, The man who should not even be judged I Teething Dl nrd.-ra and rtrny Worms At colored bacteria thriving In gelatin ,.
... (besot hi ve thought; of the nearne tof :, ( ,Tnhn 5:24: ,)) .. for Jesus was Judged I aJI Druggist! i5o Hamile!, mailed. }'......
AdJra Allen 8, OlmntBd, Le Roy, N. Y.Oleomargarine. and meat extract:\ .
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florl never fnplirthe trct"r} tn itroad TIT tlnr? place' J Irelleved< this, and I f

God would dfhii'>r-him to live knew I am saved But ho-ho is .
The sense of the nfflirnehs of God. guile The :Favorite.

mahes for power ,not only In the ordering Naybn If I had! told him he, too, Dictionaries seldom pronounce Millions of suflferUg eyes have
of the Internal moral tie I of and with whatiJov found in, Or. Mitchell famous salvea
would have believed! ) words;. i it la a'general case: of dodge\ j
.. ,man, but It raakes for valor ln the : "wo should have met In glory! I I because the lexicographers are not real blessing "Reject tho offer of
warfare against sin.. No careful I lt u- Bit li<" 1 is gone! Gone without any dealer to sell a drug for your

dent of history tan: be ilietiful e.s ,Clu-ls&,,'\Vltho-ut Godr without hope. 1 sure of their ground.. Nearly every, eye. Dr. Mitchell's Eye Salve- is a
4 contemplates the mom a4lty of he-I 't.'Jt has pleased God. through the person youVmeet pronounces ofoom-ir- simple, healthy.remedy to.bo" appliedto

world to-day from the standpoint foolishness of preaching! to.save them parine, that famous artificial, butter the lids. It cures without entering

one who would 1 tiansform morals bv 1 I tl-at I believe! Oh If I had onlv told with the "ga," soft, as "ger" 'The em the eye Sold everywhere Price 25c.

the ]iow<'r (if I tin' will of men Not time gospel to him'! I If I had only phasis in general Is correctly placed I Resentment has -- -
to he
more can we hope to transform the said! Jesus Christ died for 'on- sin. the "mar I said to a, butter killed beforeone
upon : hs\' complete
( in
< 'OUt
( 001 ment.
world the of mart than we ,
by energies \\ ihi von trust Him'Hut .
manwho sells about a million poum'aa -
are ahle to rId ourselves unaided of I was "busy bore and there''' I GiL

tho Kittco nnd empowei'ln of God and, I put off speaking: to him, and year of genuine stuff: "Whit do Only One romo Quinine" '
from sin, Hut wheim under- U New you call this artlflc'al produ-t' He That u Laxative ,Uromo famine. Look .
n inn now he I Is gone--gone-W.: '
for the aignalur ofi.!.. V. Grove Used the I
st ands hat the God;, of I he world is ell, In MissionaryVilncbs. replied, "IJutterlne" No: ; I mean Its World over to Cure a Cold in One Day. 25a.f .. & X 1'"

In the world, and tljat the God who ---- equivalent, oleomargarine" "Oh, I I r -' r .,:_ _

has commanded that we shall rebuke TIme Life of the $pirit.If don 1 try to trap me I call It .
Bin stands with us and abides within the Spirit of God dwells within same as: all dealers do-'oleo' "Don the main chance one_ ._.Ideaed'Stiff r w. ::Sfi,
us tlven the mass of sin loses Its Insurmountable -- --- -- .
If dominated by Its --
us, we are power
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? "JCever
you us the full .wonl ; iwk1! - 1:
aspect and the i>nsteusht if have surrendered our2--lves" fully DmoIrn't.mount: : to much, .'
WP leave that to \the dictionaries" Yet but mighty diKBurpeableouve idea "'
correSIond.1 ; no
of Satan becomes to Christ; and belong to Him. glorious how We know of
less terrific we know that the "ga" In "morgaros" quickly n little, IlmnlmaVnnrd Oil no other medicine which has been so sue>
ingly consequences inevitably follow. We ';Tll lubricate the cords and make '
The sense of the nearness of God will I then be tilled with and kept In is bond.-N w York Press comfortable again.. you cessful in relieving the suffering of women, or securedso\\r:

makes for' peace. It ministers' not all times by the Spirit presence-kept How many genuine testimonials has Lydia E. PinkhanVj sW
the peace and comfort of material with untroubled hearts In a world of Making It Pleaaant. can a friend In need be any % \

things though we should never forget trouble We then become too children "Gentlemen," saM the toastmaster help to one? Vegetable Compound. : '., _

that by seeking ,the kingdom of of God in the richest-sense-sons, and at the "we listened to In 1
banquet, ia\e Brooklyn N. y. almost every' community will find wh J| : &
God first we shall soonest enjoy that heirs of the kingdom eternal while you women < < ,
blessed life when all men shall enjoy some excellent 'oratom this evening, Address the Garfield Tea Co. as above have been restored to health _
we must In harmony with the working when writing for free by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
and I :have theirefforts samples of GArfield
am sure we enjoyed ,
the
the material comforts of. of eternal laws, come to tie More Tea, tbe true remedy for Almost "
world, but It gives to us the spiritual like Him who hath loved us and very much I have purposely constipation Compound. every woman you meet has'. :

peace of God'"incorruptible, undefiled gave His life for us." And we have apt one of our best speakers for A lingering doubt ought never to either been benefited by it, or knows some one who has. '

and fadeless which Is the gift of then, within, the glorious and unQuenchable I tile laM, and after you have heard himI be summarily dismissed. **
In
God to those who In sincerity and hope of the resurrection.For know you will bo glad bo go home. MUST IJKL1KVK IT. the Pinkham Laboratory at Lynn, Mass., are files con |

truth try to do His wIll. It ministers, "if tbe Spirit of Him who raisedup I Gentlemen, I hive the honor to present tainiiig over one million one hundred thousand letters from ,
not the peace of satisfaction with dead dwell In
Jesus from the you, '
things as they are. But .It does give He that raised up Christ from the Mr Ketohom A. Cummin, who Every Reader Will Concede the TruthOf women seeking health, in which man'r openly"state over '

: us peace Ineffable in that It assuresus dead shall quicken also your mortal 1 i will now address you."-'Chicago': Tr'b-! This Statement their own signatures that they have regained their health by ;
that though we be unable to une
may bodies by Ilia Spirit that dwelleth in
rectify the evils Of the day and age. you." This is the /glorious; consummation :, \ One who su tiers with backache or takjng Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. 1

though we. have neither time nor "To be spiritually mindedIs I gingers< and Speakers use Brown any form of kidney trouble wants: a Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has saved
strength nor oppor'tunltY'81lccesstuny lire. To surrender to Christ f Bronchial Troches for Hoarseness and I cure, not merely temporary I

to overthrow many a mighty wrong, brings the life of the higher kingdom ,, Throat Troubles.. They give Instant relief.In e'| benefit Rev. I many women from surgical operations.

God will labor where we may not into the soul TiT man. If we choose boxes: ZG cents Samples mailed tree. Maxwell S. Rowland, I
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lie will be here when we are gone. He the things tha.t are spiritual and eternal -,I John I. Brown & Son, Boston, Mass v' I of Toms River, N J., I Lydia E. Pinkham' Vegetable Compound is made exclusively or.

will succeed where we must cease, we shall grow In harmony with makes from roots and herbs and is perfectly harmless.
a statement In I ,
Ha will accomplish in His time what our choices and find ourselves rich lan seldom realizes how many .

we cannot achieve in ours. In the treasures that will abide. mares there are for the unwary until this connection thatIs f The reason \ hy it is so successful is because it contains

The sense <>'f the nearheirg of God i--- It is published In the hatters that worth attention. ingredients which

maker for inspiration, The )effret _-, ,--UcslLiiK riace.-' : 1'" Ana_.he nr4t-a---bIUl.Ch-.ot, UcUCL4 Says be "I was suddenly act djrectly upon the female organisms-

we conceive God/ to be, the -nearer we It is a great thing to come to For 'EADACIIE-llld'B'- - '-C'A- PtJDIN'B taken with an restoring it to healthy and normal: activity. :

are sure He is, the more are we Inspired ,Christ. It Is tho turning point of life. Whether. from CordsIf.at.. Stomach or attack of kidney Thousands of unsolicited and testimonials "
to do four work in jour own And It Is a great thing to abide In NerVous 'frouL).... Capiidine will relieve. you. trouble, had severe genuine such
time under His direction, toj sacrifice, llu JnhJ-pl..nnt lo I.k.Imm..dl< the
the
as
to suffer to bo patient, focAuwirlnsobedient Him in the storm and conflicts and alrl'. Try IV lUc. 29c. and We at drug pains- In my back following prove efficiency of this simple remedy. .
terrors of time world. It Is a great alona. and loins und was
There Is nothing ioredlsh..nrtenlng '
;: - -- -
thing to come to Chi tat: it is a great : One generally run dewn. MlnncapollsMinn"j wall a Treat sufferer from female
than to attempt to pound of cork i Is bafflclent to
In Him but from ills I i troubles. which emitted weakness
thins to abide ; Doctors a and broken down condition
carryon the fight against sin point of view the object of our' coming UIJ>ort a man of ordinary lao in the: I were not I of the 'Htp-rn. I read so much of what I_ydla. E. I'iimkbam'gi/
unaided by the help of the water. I helping ne. so I began V4' >tiil le
and of our abiding is that we ?K t Compound had lone for other suffering women, I felt '
ever-present God. Nor' Is there should; /go; He wants us as I Us.! -messengers ---- -- using Dunn'sKidney. euro It would help me, and I must say it did help.me wonder-"
\ I> tlr
undertake oine Eye .
anything more inspiring then to Ilemcdylornnnundrxl : Pills.
They
; m: His fe11oviiiossenRer5Ills ; brought me fully. Within three month I was a perfectly well woman. .
the positive and progressive is that abiding In Him, : b>' KTperienred. rinincmni. prompt rellcr, and as-1 continued tuk-
. program of righteousness that looks should purpose bear the fruit which Is fortliheahhiig CVinmrrDu' to 1'ure '.CMX! nn.1 l ]>rutc. & Ijn vni i f Ing them the patng In my back disappeared "I want this letter uiade public to show the benefit to'be
we W derlted from
irm Kricndalierecr lJ.,1. Ask ( Lydia K. '
toward the kingdom of God as an Drue IMnkhatn'a Vegetable Compound.
of the nations, that we for and the kidneys restored I
Manna
l IDst.e Eye Remedy Try Murine'Lightning were Blrs.JohuO.MoMan
ultimate and ideal possessed of the shoYilcl' be the communicators t>f tho .- -- --- I' to normal condition "' 211O Second Ht.Nortb, lUlnneUIoH ,Mll De .
assurance that the God who was near
His people In the past is near to them light th. *ahlnes upon the tho people shadow that of struck the store of Horace I i Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Women who are suff ring from those distressing ills
an'lJ'1n l
darkness
"o-day. The of the I fit in Swan at Georgetown Del., andwhen Foster-MilUuru Co, Buffalo, N. Y.
_
sense nearness of
God gave Abraham hope and Jacob ileath: ) If we do not go we are like Swan recovered from the shock peculiar to their sex should not lose sight of these facts ,
seed which has spoiled in the ground\ I The woman abcs holds her own Is
spiritual vitality It warmed the be found one ot his ears had beeu or doubt the ability of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable '
He hade'us come He encouraged UB'' tho one who Known) how to hold her .
1 zea4 of the prophet and quickened gcorchfd until It11" brown i, Compound
to
their
restore health.
I.0 abide In order that ivo might go. '''""UP,
the pulses of the priests and kings 4-_
whose names Israel reveres. It '
augmented :
., the spiritual capacities of the Can You Say. I Love Him?

apostles produced Pentecost, comforted To confess Christ does not implyhe
Stephen Surcharged Paul ent t: ability to make a good speech; A--

erglred the forces which In the name 1 It doe not require' training in rhet- ... _tijjM]

of Christ swept the Empire of Rome. )rlc and elocution; It simply means : :
The sense of the presence 6f' God t Lhe expression of love, which Is as

has an equal inspirations-: Influence II ipproprlate, and na.tural for the young I I

to-daT Controlled 'bjT It we may 'I loul as for the /flower to bloom! or the . .. .

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_,/" Treatment of Muck .Soils Notice for Real Application Estate, to. :Sell. \ Washington D. C. $

;Plant .
Notl e la herebx riven,tet on the (th day .o\ Wood's .Seeds "S
\' April. A. D.1909. at'106'olock In the forenoon I I <
1l *- .By A.,W, U.URI': wolf apply to the County Judge of Oaoeola County. Tor The AND ,
1 '1\<" 'Ii Jrei.'>((1u111etln.No\ .//I01) Florida AlirlcYlt.ural'Experiment"Station., Florida, for an order to sell at private sale the j. RETURN ' '

'.... .... following dgwibedreal estate belonging,to the Garden & Farm. : .,
I u S Estate of C.II:''Fountain, deceased, tAt pay debts \
$ I t Muck .oll< are formed: by the decay, It muck 1s to be used on upland soils\ of said estate, there being no p..sore! properly Thirty yean In business, with $28,20

4 ;;:tn low, ," wet-' Dlaoc,....of.j rra....r-uT ed.,: ltli.alsaneeeusary1orha' aclds.Vo.be. \ to pay the aame. said\ .oropertj.being-; .deerrtbod aa ,a Btead.ftr: increasing trade .T ry.- -.- ._-----'--.. "----. -.- ... ,- __-.L.--. .. ..... -----.0
e twigs, leaves, and even trees. Balnirso destroyed. This can be done either follows\ to-wlt: (1 ye"p-until; we ba.e.,to-day one \0. .
, largely formed from vegetable mat-' bvcoippestlntr It with one of the ran- The south half of Block Sixteen (16) of W, A,. of the largest businesses seeds. -VIA = '. i
ter'they are much richer in nltrosren' terlals already mentioned., or bv 11.1)| Patrick' addition to the Town of Klaaiifam<. in this country-in the beat. of I -
h than ordinary golli. They' usually also'Jrl plying the latter when the muck Is, ap-, City lying and being situate In the County of Oaaeota evidence M to
COD tarn small amounts of phosphorous piled, or afterwards.and thoroughly and State of Florida. All person having ATLANTIC .
Fred potassium No systematic survey oiUtoor both wiih the soil bv cultivation objections to the granting of kid older will lie The Superior Quality COAST IINE

1i l. J: o jsbfl Linuck. 8Qlh of Plortda has vet Muck'may be Improved) by simply the! _same on-or before..aid date or the aims will of ii
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.been made, but Inch evidence: as bat dry Icur and thoroughly airing It; be granted prayed.. N. C. BRYAN. v"Administrator Yiood's..Seed.w. *. _
t heeD' accumulated tends to 'show that This U especially true of mucks that of the Estate of C.-H. '
they generally acid or sour. contain' Iron compounds. We cannoV Fountain; Deceased . ar*> headquartar,foCf Account of ina 2ura.tion'of ; ly l

ef expect. satlSfattory..yleid i !! : ,('.f. nUeh March 3Jd.: Jil\l.!) ? .. an:and Clover-Seeds .. .
DRAINAGE.
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and lettuce muck -
n an celery on --
F'T
crops (PRESIDENT
[ muck soils are tobecultlvated it _land until the acids have l keen. I .,-geiydestroyed' I Seed Potatoes. Seed Oats. TA 'r
la obvious that they musk first be - --- --- Notice to Creditors.All Cow Peas.Sofa Beans and
Tickets on. sale February 28th a.ndMarch let and 2nd: t
drained. This U necessary-Jn order that muck
It occasionally happens n persons havlax Clalma agalnnt the estate I.
that. they may 'become the borne of the dpposil Is underlaid with marl or Is of C. H. Fountain deceased, data ol the county all Fajrm'Seeds. Final| Limit March 10th, '
t I r various Wnds of mlcro-oriranisius to close proximity to a liunsslDne for. of Ottceola aud'State of Florida will proaim.*the % .
that. play an Important pan In the ma iou. ID such cases It IH not so I Ir nine to me properly attested within xUn time Wood's D.eorlptiv. Catalog .
making of a fertile soil. These micro I. likely to be acid and might not require proscribed, by law, or theiiame will 1>o forever the Garden most and useful and valuable of For tickets reservations! or Information, call on nearest Atlantic Coast Lin'
!t' organism need moisture, but I they :r "Uie treatment with lime.I I barred and all persons Indebted tn said estatewilt mailed free on Farm request.seed Catalogs Agent, or .

cannot develop 16 Jmu or "standing/ KliKTIU.KH.SMuclTaoils make Immediate settlement with the unilvralguod. J. W. CARR T. P. A. J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A.

water. (I i : beinir'especially I; rich la I 1'1.' C. BRYAN T. W WOOD & SONS TAMPA XA-
} 'CULTIVATION. ; j nitrogen should, une would think require Admlulstrator of the Estateof Seodsrnen .'Richmond T. b. WHITE O. P. A.! W. J. CRAIG, P. T. M.
I Va.Di' .
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Cultivation should he deep C. H. .Fountain Doneaaod.
eSI'd-// but little, if any. of the nltroifsi WILMINGTON N. C.
ally at first in order that the i>fertilizers.. Experience; luwever February lll,. loou.DR. (w b
f fr -
thoroughly penetrate the noil. Muck has shown that immany.cas-s they do 3----- _ -.. --- - ---
)! oils often contain substances that are require added nllrotren. This is because
-1.' le urlousandeven polaonous.to plants."' LESLIE W. WEEDDN Wj.tWWWVfarfW A JW WV VWWU arfi.r .
they are, so "strongly itnpre! pa- uea 8tslgarAtYBuA -Jfc.AA.yGROCERIES
.When these poisonous substances are ted, with acids that the bacteria which D JOSEPHINE J KHRPER r
+ exposed to the air, thov are probably 'would otherwise convert the inert nitrogen .Specialist-Eve, Ear
. Oxidized to a considerable extent and of the organic matter Into soluble
. 1 thus destroyed A free. circulation of nitrates, cnnnot live. When this Nose and Throat......
j' the air also Improves the' coiidiUwnv! -- OSTEOPATH
unfavorable condition hal been corrected j
}, for the development of the useful mi-- less mlrjiren in the form of Private Hosojtal. American National

k: Cro-organlsms./ commercial fertilizer will be retjuiretl. BankfJBuilding, Tampa Graduate of the S. S. 0. and I I -
i 1 CX3RIIECTINU! ACIDITY. If jiiick-urowitiK vegetable crop is -
,.' Suitable materials for this purpose' being l produced! nitrate' of soda may Florida. Still College of Osteopathy. tI
are finely ground limestone, air-hlack- l I..> used to tfood advantage as may '
ed lime wood aahes and luiirl A fuller also .hlalde manure since it introducesheneliciitl Specialist In diseases of Women
,. .' lal'1I8Blou of this Miibjec-l !1'1 found l bacteria: but sulphate of l\.L. W1LLSON and Children Consultation and
JR. examination
: J ,
f t.. /,. (In Bulletin ui.: ammonia and organic: forms of nitrO"j.'l"1 free." I\ None abut the Best Sold. = .
I It will be neoesnary in IIIOHI pliicoh. ( such as cottonseed meal and ca.stur Mondays and ThurJavs. I
. to use larger unntllieH| on muck .soils pomace ) should not be used, thefurmer NOTARY PUBLIC.. / .
,1F than on upland Hotlll.| If limestone is because It will aggravate the !? STATE AT LAItGK. \\ Olllce Fla., Oruvstnno Hotel, KUsliuitiee' , - - I
if: used two to six tons per acre .should acid condition, and the latter because Real Estate Agent: j
be applied .If lime Is taken, a ton ,there is already enough; organic nitrogen
., and a half or two tons may I he used. present. I'liohphorlt. acid and K1SSIMMEE. KLOKIUA. PILES! PILES PILESIWII1I.m. !
"f... The material should be thoroughly p'otash mil')' be useil lilwralh' if desir .' Indian Pile Ointment will I
worked the soil two ,months ed. l For phosphoric acid, jzround bone run 1
into one or I : Nllnd 11lewl wRamt lt'hh1 IK pll.) *f< It ahuorhf R.S.Ployd&CoSUNNY
before the crop in plantfil. This will) is tin excellent material, while u: ton Old papers can he ,purchased at this the tulno ...!I..n the lI..h.1I1l)i At. once arts, sos
rfv time for the I hue to neutralize the or two of tkpoly ground phosphate rock pOUltlCf VIVO* IllS!HIJoditin / ri-llof lytlltnm i
f ( Bice for 20o and isnoth- ,
u per 100 there I'll;1 i 'iiilmem IH prepsrvA' for lihis I\n' I
'ii''rYA acid I ( lloiits) would tilt be helpful, not so ins better to put under matting. it..hl1' "I nn, privets'purls .gold\ only b!>, tholJlW'l.I" .
The trniMirtancp ol demrovinir! the much* IIOWCNCT for immediate results rhui 11I8"". (Sir' and, $1.(") i
I urY'P'4eus'F'
:, ""hili can Ixjjipttpr I upprpeiatcd wl enwftjeinembor I aH for future crops, since the cids in ____ .__ ____. ___n __ _.. ___ i vPrr'Dru 'u rtir'IFiir y--- t :
!.:. : that I the luicro-oruanisnih tin 1I111..k111 err.\ grnduallycouvert
Sr'ur-it vu.iF'fF1r'IF'U"Y"Y"4"Y"U' iF'Pr'U SF'ti<
,I thaI convert Ofi'lln1C'ntlr.yee Jutu u I the insoluble phosphoric acid into the -
f form that can l I.e uttl 1 \b) plants can available' 1tIIll. Kor potttsl. any ut PHONE
J not develop in a hiuh'.y! .rlil, soil The HIP potujh! nulls) will sun. 'Kiiinithiisl -NORTH KISSSIMMEE. NO. 8. '
.cin u..e ,I suitable base with which, the 1111.1F \' 'nciil with food results. Ifardwood) ashes Do tC
!D t'' that is formed may unite lluis |>r'>.dui--. II II' tai crr-Hrnt-RCTurce of potash if C. W. GrIffin
"AI.F. lug| calcium niu,'ale, which can bo tult"t.i!. ITicy I'atvlx e produced 441)) the place or :
J o' up by plants., bought at a reasonable price. ,

j44'Y- t, t H. INGRAM i Proprietor. .. .

AN ORDINANCE Proclamation.. 01) Town Election. I 1 Fancy FamilY, Groceries :

1Of ap Au Ordinance reK'ilKlhiK' the) lu>|,e-tloi) nut1coutliuuu lly virtue of tliO Dowor vented in me: I. T. M I -
ol/ cloheiii tttnl l'Ivp\ "sf i .."| "rll1l| ( Murphy Mayor of Ih Town of Klnnlmmcc City t. Fresh Meats. ( Livery, Sale and Boarding
the ueof bucket ia Hiui"iK-dmim' '' their' M/C and Kluriilu. ilu Hereby annolujcu. iirocluim and docliiiV .
'_ quality; and jiresuriMnn' ii fmfor the ear that an election will be SicId at the Town >
)llelhlery Every ))8) at any' lour l'atronage. Sultcitetoa "
r, en ger'acrt 1 tree l In coLiicrtion lherevt It h. Mull in said Tow on 'aturda" heI Do tII

Ie It Ordalued by tin Council uf Iliv Ice, I\\KXTY-sK\KN1: IMYt. irl'll. Ii'it 4s rfa;A. "ti. its __ ""- d'rr .! .'\0"tL _..IS '6. ask.At .At .fi, dl..n. r6 sitx A .6..a.iai Well equipped, with !New Sock an.11'111..1".! and pre-
of KUHiimni. City / r>. fare '
I too, the pun.oHicif i..ftlnK| the follow ollTS.r. -. Pared to meet all ileinands) with perfect satisfaction
k ttfi'lioli" I. Whoiicviir lu the )Judgment ul{ tin one -- _
.110 Marshal or any iwilire olflciT, il is net esharj to serve for the torn of i ne year .
q ., ,. ".rll,,, aaniuirj. (pr..weUnu..1 the public lii>attl.. I Ono Mayor LARGE ILLUSTRATED r 4335J . _
a tballn.ck and diHiafcctHiitr 1** used in Hiii One Clerk 'LY3 DF\r fIiAYElI
.l prtrytutilt. Tcrvuheskall. !! immudltt'.ol. ) u..II\ One Mar hul and Tux Collector CATALOGUE MA1LT.D I HEAVY HAULING A SPECIALTYBROJwDWAV
a" "'fva. ,
ON EVrRY
CHAIR
Ono Treasurer
the owner, tenant or m4ii]>anl of said riry to $t4& a>aryIr
fgrel.hlheeancalthaveh' hoekclsallddlulu, Also throe Member of the Council to serve for .... M I ."-A'
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fecUnUi an iiiiubo nvtvusary said buckets u ,the term of two yearn. I\ -'" ---PHONE, 102 \
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4478 to fm/Tl l ilvauired\ Iron or other .ull.4lbh. 1 hereby; appoint C. E. Yowoll A.. S. Gilbert : I .
.. anil U>,Vi> of{ ITie following'1 and '.t t,). Woodall aa Inspectors,. and N. J. ...--_---MII: "' rw \
u Barnes aa Clerk of nil| election'. -. ,
.
o.et bsYCellgloltgcbes in ilolalit(, and of i -
saJ" wM"da'"a anU' 0/1/ twelve inches; t tJvriulCtttd and In witness whereof I have hereunto. art 'my M.ar/... LJ GRfiYsp
t amg r,law' Eleven et. ...:; c. wtthtald notice hernias Mayor of said Town and caused. the Real ywa'aNr. I I THE G $ OIIRRGE-fiNDJ1IflOBIfiE 'S PL:1:
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of IBid Town = *
).tilaW' tuy.vll, O\>wverWualtpral lobe hereunto a/IUod thb Uthtday :., ::M airalarra.ll-. a;

ytltormpjei. at \\ tuuure, l a "' erot.not worelit of February. A'D'll J.'iU"T'Sf"T'T'\; .- fWRI'Mrulli'; FArroii> ',..__....; ..:...::.:. .
.
pttpfVo\&ht bleet tu a hoe more ikonZi .._..____. ANTHONY LOLL Proprietor."r
T.1. MCBI'llV.Mayor .
yri. .\>aU,'''' : .utUe"\(drI" prlsonmeul.ed ---.. JACKSO IE.. FLA. : :i"E. : .
.. ra \ .. of the Town of Kin imniue. =:; ; : .
,, -'a. or to ,,b line nudd C"lluil ton | Attest: City. Fla. .IY ..--- LraY AGENT FOFIFairbanksMorse ...
01 ...ltI ...
tI1t) .f'u. 11
Li J. H. ,
". ; .: '1<"&'''''U"., bostn'd MUI'I'1. i I '--- OIIJIKHT Clerk\ -

\r '40. tvePudsoftTi.'twn. alffl'J, :.{, ....." shall! Gas Enginesand
... Notice to CreditorsAll

w;-l .."/e. audit shad Iti purrhtii b" the lilt same) .uf at the alual MalMikltake coat persona having claims ajruinat the estate ol Bargains at Cash Store Irrigating Outfits.

v r { charge of said. buckets and amluftcite Walter B.... Sr.. deceased late of the county utOaoaola
t to collect the price of name no ftirulHbedil
t. and elate of Florida mu.t present the -- -- --
s J". to account tberefor to th. Couuoll lame properly attested to the underlined Ad. I
,s y :dr. % Jc/8. It ah all lie the duty of the Scavenger' minUtrator within the tlm. proscribed by law. White Lawn 40 in. wide, 15c per yard. AUTQMOBILES RENTED OR REPAIRED

f. J:' r Inder the direction of the Sanitary Committee., Otherwise they will be forever barred. And allparsons Lace from 5c to 15c per yard. / f
I imptf sod disinfect privy bucket used Indebted to said estate will mak. settle Dress Pants. '$1.50 to $5.00 perpair. -

'Ffu toe Towu ai often as may be necessary of bucketScavenger's andwet7 mint of the same to the undor.lJrned. I Pair Stripe Pants at $1.00. ARTESIAN WELLS DRIVEN ANY DEPTH .
owner tenant or occupant any HENRY T. BASS
TrunKS and Suit .Cases at lowest prices.
J'rI T7 ahall pa,for 'he eervlcesthe' Administrator of the estate of Walter Bass, 3r.daoaaaad. .
-t' inn)of twenty-fire cents pet\ mouth for each Picture Frames from 25c to $3.50 each. ... --'\

1J )lIQlrtIt.obaadled by him not exceeding twle) October 1". 190R. 1 e m for 6 month. Crockery at the lowest prices. .
) "Nk:, and any mob owner tenant or oocurpaaU Solicit all
Fancy Straw Hats at cost. We Kinds Repair Work
1 and falUuf sbalLbe to pa subject) for such to a flue service of not upon more fl or Notice of Application lor Orderto Best Shirts made for $1.00 each. .i-.iI-

! , twpol7- re dollars, or to Imprisonment Sell Heal Estate. Tinware at any old price. I
for OX Notice
"sadtnt W."IIt.8eo hereby given that'-on the ftb day of

l { the Marahahol a. e MoavanKer all knakvM: shall.o make bandied report by him to, April I will A.apply D. 1 19U9!to at the 10 County o'clock Juda-e In the of forenoon Oaceola Headquarters for the Pest; Shoes in Town. BUDDED TREES 'I

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'And U'ahall biXh 1e duty of the Marshal to make County Florida. for an order to sell at private

_xaonthlyoollect i of all bucket aud disinfectant ale the following described real estate belonging .. . r ---'. "
t ,. doe* In Ilk* mntnerai collections. for elwvi to the estate of George H. Ivo). deceased, to pay Islesworth Nurseries. j;K
i rld lights are mad, ihjd to report aame to the d.btathesame, lying and being situate in th. .
County of Oaceola and State of Florida. de- '
Council one a month .. I ((4 .. .,...N.-.c., ... -
pnrpoae'bfenforolag the acribed aa folio. to-wlt: : .MIL .AC.
a .Beo.t. For the protalons CHASE & CO.. PROPRIETORS j. w. HOARD AGENT
.:
of this Ordluano the Marahal la hereby The south two-flftha of Lot Eighty (80) of the r
.mpowered-toentseupon,or lalo any premtaeaId' Florida Land and lmprovem.nt Co.'. addition to We will have ready for next Fall and Winter planting a. general ::J
:'or building during the day time>(pr the pur- the Town of Ktsslmme.: MAGH BROS.. assortment of Orange and Grapefruit Trees of all leading varie
(0 1{ pole of InTettUatlug !die sanitary condition of Any person having' objections; to the granting ties. Our trees are budded on rood, healthy rough Lemon and ':i
any earth or water closet, or other form of of said order will fll. the same with the County Sour Orange roots, guaranteed free from Insects pests of any kind.
;v privy orally cesspool and any parson reiUtiu Judar.on or before aald date. Feed and Sale Stable g All budded from bearing. trees In our (grovel and tnerefore true to -
to ; | such an inTeatlxatton hall be punished by DELLA WET.Admx : Liv y, name. Our facilities for growing nursery stock are second to >1
of Estate of Oeo. H. Ivy none and our trees fine
are as
4JI ';"'::',,\lr.taaof not more than tweuty-nre dollar or as money and twenty year's exper-
CJir I'7rf.:,. 'b>r>.prlaootU..u' for not more tbau tea days, ?1m. -veed.1tare1 J6 WOOD-:-DRAYING ience can produce. We are making: a specialty. this season of the . !
10 "''or by txjtb such ape and Impri.on..nt..In >' ,,. t tf famous CaltfoTDla Valenpta-Late which Is destined tti become the - ),
-t1 ,.8eo. &. All ordtcaucea, or irU thereof In and Jo'lrdClulojs.Ve will greatest money-maker Florida Our Valencia buds come direct
(!lYe ,conflict herewith be, and the aame are hereby. Notice. Everythlug Is' New from the best bearing trees I in the district now famous for oroduelntf _
am il t sir<' repealed. Notice hereby dven bat the..vndereiaTned Render Prompt and Satisfactory Ser- the best Valenclas. In California. "" ;
Taaaed In open .....Ion thin god day of February will apply to the Legislature of the State of Florida
vice Day or Night. All Kinds Write for Prices to J. W. HOARD Gotha .
Fla.
,A..D. 190W. T. W. ELLIS. at its regular _Ion for the eurrent year or call and see our- Nurseries
,p( ?t ;! President of Council of Towu of MN.\ \ for the pasaaaof a apecial Act amending heavy Hauling. tAT \] at Waco on Florida Midland R. R.DAWN'S .
1i. .Attest: Klulmuiee Cur Section e of Chapter .WIS.' Acta of Itgr. Law. of 1
Florida to vast In the Council of the Town B J
,,pl -1.R.GJLBERT.Clflrk. eo aa B=AMAN'S OLD STAND. PHONE 113.
.1-I. Approved thti 2nd day of February A. D. of KUalmmee. City the power tto: review and 7.Maisby 7/
J{ { 1908. T. M. MURPHY sensual the aaaeaament of personal property made
l !Mayor of Bald Tottu.Notice by the Tax Assessor. WAGON WORKS :;
February IKth. __ .L
1'JW.P.. A. VANS AGNKWr __ t(
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"; for Publication. '
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fb iMw City Attorney.Notic .....
.o Department the Machinery HIGH. GRADE. VEHICLES MADE TO ORDER'
} s UI!, Toad 011I08 at G.IFsvilla.Br5daa4 t ?. / 5 5C

m t given that Andrew J. Whldken. Notice la hereby given that the underalvnedwill '. AT REASONABLE PRICES ,;h t

I notice.of Oeoeola laaereoT County. Florida. who.on January apply to the Legislature.of the State of Floh 22 OCEAN ST. . . 0 r ,JACKSONVILLE, FLA. .. .j#;
I, 27.1908. made Homeatead Entry No. avw.il. tse- Ida at its regular session for the current veil ... .
lyM t FILL N.. 02001)I for BH: of BKK Section 18. andBW' llgOl). for the paaaaare of a apecial Act empoweringthe Portable and Stationary Engines .
of .!fE i<. Section It. Townahlp/ Town of Kiaaimmee City to Impeae such IIoenM Saw Mills WoodworkingMachin '
]net ,South, B.n..: 81 B-st. Merldlau tax. upon all shows or performance glean ery, Shingle Mill., Lath Mills, and Blacksmtthing Horseshoe Jng and Repair Work of .
/ live entertainment of the general line of Correlate: .
...1JJeoI noUee of Intention to make final for the amusement or supplies.
'the proof,e.tabllah claim to the land above publio. of whatsoever kind for which a charge !Ienude. line carried In stock: for Immediate All Kinds Done: by First-class Workmen. "
Teat dawn Inert, before the CIer1t'of the Circuit Court. aa may be ordained by the Council of said shipment. Sold on easy term. J
t 'at Z tlnmdr Florida,on the l$th day of March.ty boa.rebraary"
.J 6v.T- .1IItJa.lIIUII.- It will pay. you to consult us before ,
,, \ (-,, I t.wI-p .s. P, A. VANS AGNEW. burin. Postal will bring/ our sales- yor-
. .J,... ""." Ji.-ArLla-h_.of 1Jartatw..norIda i ; I"r. / 01", Attorney. ,_ jnwu Wthe1orllllutrated. catalogue n'
&4.it. I Y .
.. ulfan ani--of tt.ntedoc.;Arbaekly of- Florida: paper'A'or sale at this office for ;: T". fD4 price J. J. ANN Proprletpf.
.,1A.1LWswb+otArbrckMFWrld. W*ax 0eMrat........ Aganta far rsiahraui> Farqahar Engln it Boi r.and Saw M111i: .' ,
P 100.
1; l : i N6TBCaf7HB t3.t4br. ;, 20 per. I. / / .
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