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 12, 1909
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00376
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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, Held. .- by the' Board of"TWde Monday a.' "-, .. . ;Our:leorrespolident' and Credits k >


r . Night, in..Its .NewiQuarter" At.thei_ meeting of\ihe. _Board1ofTrade: : onlv1onday night. the Valley Gazette.WiUi Brine- "'' 1, .. -

in Fraternity fail. : last the Finance Committee was instructed to at once begin :! ing About This Condition. \ ,

soliciting subscriptions for the purpose of furlher'adver- '

.. 'Board-of -- -tising" -ih. rjsso'urcesaridi>ossibiiitie8 o:: f"Ws8linjnee> :>;'nd- : .1
b.Try6"Epefineettng1f: -the- ORLANDO, FLA., March 4th 00. : :
-- Trade held.Ia Its new quarter* in Fraternity 'O, ,o"a" County. This committee will begin soliciting: _Dear Editor--One of the Klsslmtne -SpriIig I'
. r Hall took place on Mondays morrow Board of Trade pamphlets falling Into :
(Saturday) and wUl continue work Until
its everyman
night and proved to be 61 unuial Interest my hands made me aware that. "the 1g .
1i to those who attended and will has i been given ah. opportunity. to place l his name on place with the finest climate on earth'
In much good to our business I had commenced 'to awaken to us pos ,
result subscribers. this' sectiona :. I
of the list of To properly advertise ,
adraoceinent
'v men as well as to the slbillties. .
It our town. considerable sum of money will be needed and as every. Chancing upon a. stranger looking. .
The roll' call of members was dispensed Efforts a-bargaln. Iq vegetable lands.adjacent ] .
with and' the reading of the one in our city has been materially benefited by the transportation, Irrigation and. .

tnlDutes ordered, which were approved of the Board of Trade along that line thus far it is hoped our Rood company we, like. Caleb and. Goods.F '.,
without amendment.The Joshua of old, "went to spy out. the
i committee on sanitation made a I citizens without execution. will give liberally to this fund. land.

.b .. wiitten report calling the attention of We who live here know that this section offers more and Personally old Kissimmee was not "
-.; the Hoard to the condition of the. drain -altogether unknown to me, as I went
ditches running through the city, and better inducements to the homeseeker the Investor have there some three years ago In. poor .

also to the condition of the premises 'the tourist .than any other place, in the South for we health as a stranger, and "they took : .. "
.generally. of our citizens, which reportwas me in, that is, the few friends I made ,,' : ARRIVING! DAILY Q&r
healthiest the most climate both
the community, equable
accepted' and a special committee have proved loyal and'true. Further,

appointed to .take the recommendations winter and 'summer, andfthe( richest soil? but if we!..wantour the balmy breezes wafted. from.l>akTohopekallga I- t / \
contained with, the restful tonic
therein
up proved a
,' towrivand epun.ty to grow, to take their rightful places AT :
\ City Council. I both to mind and body. Therefore It' ; .:
The special committee appointed to among t populous and progressive towns'and counties of is not to be wondered at I have a very ,
Investigate the practicability of growing _. warm feellngdeepdown in TOT heart >
" broom corn In this section reported Florida, weitjust get th .t ormatlont5 the tioueai) dip \;, for. old Klssimmee and its inhabitants. '

I I. that seed had been ordered which people in the North and,/ West who are casting about for a 'One of' the first natives I met was '
,.Would be planted on its arrival, and Mr. W. B. Harris, editor of, the Kis- zKATZS
'suitable location IrNtae i South to make their future :
-- very thing done to make. the venture a home. simmee Valley Gazette. Allow me before

.: success. The only way we can/tathis is through advertising, which proceeding any further. to c6n- .. - L-
j, {President Willaon reported that he Harris' and the-Inhabitants -' ,
, { money--ati the least five hundred dollars- i. ,
requires varv
"' w.lnlln'corre.polldenoew1th' the Agrlultura ; of Osceola county on the S' 'II "

.1. \: ) Department-at Washington and we trust the committee ftsjl be successful in securingthat marked Improvement of the Gazette ,\
,J regarding the growing castor beans, difficult this year or more past. The tone of "
t. and had also requested he be sent data amount without any this paper is now progressive Dot passive ; )

relative to the building of goodloads, as formerly. The reason of thisis l '
and. he hoped that at the next meeting not far to seek namely, the good i '
J he would have something definite to people of Osceola county are awaking I S'; '

present to the Board. onboth. ques to the general improvement inaugurated I

tions.! SPLENDID GARDEN I MUST JfaVj: WATER in some of her sister counties, and, S5 SSS&SS Mr. Lilly\ spoke at some length upon as they do not )nteDd to be left at thestarting -
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the necessity of cleaning out and deepening i ;( post, they are backing up the . .' -
the drainage ditch ru/inlng on Mr. N. f.Bass Is Growing a'Fine Is the Opinion Exprfe ed by All beat medium they have-at hand v-lz.,1 - -- - -- -- -- fT
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the west and north of the city stating their county newspaper, and are helping >
. tt.atln his opinion the expenditure of : Crop of:Potatoes and Beans.: Classes of Our Citizens. Brother -Harris engender tritos-

hundreddollar would put the I mitted modern blood into the veins of
one ,
dutch in such condition that the cypress -: Through the courtesy of Mr. N_ F. : Since the present agitation begattypf the Valley Gazette by expressing their FERTILIZER FOR RiGl.1 :
Bass of the ValleyGazette .
swamps would be thoroughly ,I) a representative Installing complete water works syss written opinion concerning county and
dyer that '
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drained and the possibility\ of the was shown gentlemau's tern in Kissimmee the Valley Gazette C affairs and taking some of the .
truck farms in that section being flooded truck garden, which lies along. has exerted every means at Its com bur n of criticism upon their own I"
in case of continued heavy rams' side the clay road east of town and in mand to ascertain the views of our I .houl shonestcrlticlsmietothegeneral ( The people of Florida 'are wakenlngjta the DOssHjilltlesjnf .
which he has planted potatoes and citizens on the subject and while "..
would be a"erted."l'be entire suBject perhaps : adv Qement of a community as A great development; incorn production. Our- SHECIAJU < .
( matter was referred to the commitloe! beans. a hundred taxpayers have been corn petitio Ii to trade), and is not FORMULA' FOR CORN has given'wonderful results in heavy '
t od street extension and'drainage with The chief idea of Mr. Bass in cultivating interviewed there has not. been one controlled bvjwnvtrust. To illustrate I yields-of; solid-corn,-and prevents the. White Smdt. What It.i .

instructions to take It uu wilh the. City this garden is to demonstrate found who opposed it, although a few what I mean: Tokf the Valley Gazette i has done for others it will\ do for you. IDEAL BRANDS + "
Council ant County Commissioners. i( what the ground In this section will have doubted' its expediency at the I of February 19th, *t Secretary Meek 1 introduced an amend produce without any lavish expenditure present time date 1 was in your oity. We find a materials and sold cheaper than any other brand on the market. ; ..
I of and to that end I.keep- There but who the
meat to the constitution reducing the money are none adrnlf published interview wilTK the llou. C. i
I ing an accuro.te 'aecount of the time necessity of "a waterworks in
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: system
Initiation fee from Ore dollars to one cultivation A. Carson (he who is cbiKfcantly advocating -
final and dollars used in Its lie our town as a protection against tire,
which will for :
dollar, come up and forwarding
i I has one and a half acres planted la but there are some who do pot think noprove-
disposition, at the next meeting. I both and Ity)
ments-HI your county Seed Potatoes--Rose No. 4-
Irish which the
Judge Parker made .an exceedingly potatoes up.0 present bonds should be issued for sewerageat ;( concerning the water question. r. '
all told the of ,
him
advertising time has cost sum this lime although they admit thata
interesting talk on the necessity of Carson is one who Is., never afraid
: J35 and not over 815 more will be necessary of would
system sewerage naturally
the opportunities and possibilities the welfare
criticism when he has
of this section, and stated that J:I to care for it until the time arrives follow In a few years. public of his community at heart. Ills I Ideal Potato Manure ,i
for tinting. Part of tbe potatoes Men who have given this questionthe
thelltlanticCoat Line officials who ins
ideas Illuminate the water question 9
was planted on the ISKh of January closest study claim thatJf we in- I -
here about ten days ago expressed I
were !
J and the balance about ten days la- stall a thoroughly up-to-date great measure.; 1'
themselves as highly delighted and with I ter. Mr. Bass dug three hills to see water works here the Increase systemof in value Whatever the cost you should install -4 Ca on our Local Agent WATERS & CARSON ORO-*
by people weredeeply
their our
reception
an adequate water system as soon
Impressed with the many advantages bow they were maturing! and found of property resulting therefrom CERY COMPANY, or address
as expedient. It Is for the ,
taxpayersto ,
this section offered those eight potatoes in one and seven inCAcli would bring to the city sufficient revenue time. { 'i'
&l JJis .other,two.,, which,were ot off boMB sold for that say if now Is--the accepted Ii Fertilizer
A_ ,e- seeking! houies.- wa their-iuum- fair size considering the time the seed to pay the The pith of the question, to quote from WiIS Toomer Company vJACSONVILLE.
when fall due without increasing
' lion to return at an early day and spend I purpose they Mr. Carson, Is this: "The installing
some time investigating our local con : had/been in the ground. Estimating the present tax rate one mill, of a water works system will tend more FLORIDA '
\ that each bill will average five potatoes to the-lnsurance
I say nothing decreasing. .
ditions. :
to advance Klssimmee than anything
the. acre and a half will yield ,
The finance committee was Instructed barrels rates.It I know of, for It;will bring people here .v. -wiFRFw'4r +Vr 'w ur'v w- wnw wiYr_ ",
riomethlnor hundred
like one , Is hoped that citizens will not
: begin clrcula lnR' ,a pet.a p our
to at once and
as well as capital. I predict arolQ'n
"' and counting one-fourth off for seedlings let this
lion for funds to further advertise the important question lag for: an +
would
of prosperity sweep over ?
. ' .resources of Kissimmee\, and Osceola, or seconds he will have seventy- instant. but continue to cress it untila Us the like of which we .have never before '; ltNNNMN '
,i ., -. > - five barrels of first-class: potatoes that successful been
..;' -'county," <" '.'. '"- "* - termination has "
A water system
experienced.
: will bring him $4 per barrel, or $300 reached and the and time to
few visitors In place
There were quite a means, in time, good sewerage via
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for his leaving him a clear. profitof I II If
attendance on the meeting among crop map out a thorough plan looking to Shingle creek. Sewerage means even School Supplies
250. !
whom were Messrs. Gallagher and that end is at the massmeatlng that better health than you now enjoy.
will do
Greenwood of Connecticut, 'Loncev of Mr Bass' bean crop equallyas will be held In the near future under
I, also noticed a short but pithy communication -
Kentucky and Paul of Ohio, who, on well, as will every other vegetable the auspices? of the Board of Trade on the wanton xJestructlon t'.
for the soil Is muck and
he plants,
'the invitation of President Willson, of the fish >in your lakes. Because AND TABLETS
sand combined, which Is the kind best '
made short talus, stating they were TRANSFERS been lavish with .
has
of REAL ESTATE God Almighty so ...
adapted to the growing garden I ,
what
with
" very much impressed they hun- no.t.uraljlood gifts to the North Amer- .
truck. Be has also set out one f
had seen of our town, although three dred which doing well ican people, is that any reason why ( 1 1EXAMINTJON
are
of them had been' here only a few peach trees the "hen that 'six'. '
Property That Changed OwnershipHere they persistently destroy
and It Is his intention to plant a large TABLETS:
hours. lays the golden egg. Those who selfishly
but his main '
watermelons ..
Several of the members along crop of the Pact Week.N. '-4---- '
spoke will be sweet potatoes, five acres destroy the game and filII In the < MADEESPECALLY'[ ;
the of bow to best advance the crop '' "
lines In which' reside are un-
vicinity they
interests of "Klftsfmniee 'and Oteeola of which'lie will plant when the time C. Bryan as administrator of thlnklpg egotists/ who have. no publio OSCEOLA HIGH SCHOOL, y. . ?

county, and each offered many valua. arrives. Mr. Bass has thirty acres in the estate of C. H. Fountain, has sold spirit or generosity In their makeup I 1
that if carried to a this tract, and says it is bib intention to Marshal. Walter Lorenx the Fountain And their nefarious practices should + e.
m successful to-put it all in cultivation, planting .
conclusion would result in residence, in South KI. lmmee. be prevented t.hrouahtbe..ln.t.rumen-

"7 much good to this section. .corn vegetables and. cotton* as. well aa fruits and ---I-: tality of your Board of Trade. HereIs -

.1 .' The next meeting will beheld on the If a few more such men as Mr. Bass. L. H. Ingram 'purchased this week one use of a collective body of improvers Kissimmee Drug Company :
night of the 22d Instant is the council and Mr Makinson would put in gar the residence of P. G. While, to which -they dan act as a whole
fullattendance
Hall
chamber In Fraternity earnest'lrequested \ and a dens alongside the olay road it would place he will move April Mr. White where a transgressor might take umbrage ,
a1 t Is most not be long before that thoroughfare is building himself another cottage against an individual said individual S *
as to alter, of the utmost Importance prosecuted him. "In unity. a... .t
could well be called "Truck Garden near A. W. Wim's residence. /' i
will presented to the Board. there is strepgtbu1. ?; .H..E..S. :: -
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.. Jor.QonstderatlQn.;. u -- Mr. R. O. Meek reports the sale of ;-; interesting a\as.\.a.\.aaNN\\r\a\\NNN\\NN\\\\, ........- ,.. .. .... ...... 1* I
Here. [The conclusion of this most c "-
Clean Up the'Cemetery. Ex-Governor Broward two &acre lots in West Klsilmme' to I, letter will appear in our nextissue.EDITOa.T E'" WHAT IT MEANS '; IM
the Messrs. Donegan brothers, wbo- ,
I'' Editor of the Valley Gazette. The most. eotablS/ man to visit Kiss are having the property fenced with a ] I t. I UACT p opU do not know what Btnk's Capftail|*for.or'the'oUtr.r_be-.'
Dear Sir-1-1 read with a great deal glmmee for some time was ex-Governor view putting it in condition for cultivation. = loss a bank of 1UIU or DO vapttaL*nd on.with a larg-t ospital.I .. ,
0 of satisfaction that the Village Improvement Broward, who arrived on the early Mr. Meek has also sold the Death of Miss Lannie Bass.It A BA.NK'6 CAPITAL AND BURPUTi 's "

Society had been liberal. ton train Wednesday .reQ'lsterlng at the old ship yard block on the lake frontto becomes painful this S' Ie the fond that prottct the depositor from loss,&laer""",*the Ursu. )| ;...a..)
our .
the extent of giving the'sum of 20to- Graystone. The Governor was entertained Miss Mabel Fogg of New Hamp- duty Miss I greater promotion SIRS daptwlton b.r..,, Thte bank b.... a ;,'.' v
wards the laying of a tile walk from during that day by Messrs. W. shire. week to chronicle the death of Otpiui .. ......... ,...|moooM .
the. house yard B. Makinson and P. A. Van Agnew Lannie Bass!, daughter, Mr. and I< Surplus land.. ........"........ .... 15,000 OOStockholder.
:i the front gate of court with automobile trip to the'famousSt. Mrs. N. F, BaM, which occurred at iI .' lability ........ .,...... M.OOOOO
which act displayed agenerous an
1 to the and enterprising spirit on Cloud plantation, now the prop Mr. and Mrs.last G. week M. Gardner, whomwe the home of her parents in this city t A total of............ ...... .......1114,000 00 1'
mentioned as having- about 4 o'clock this morplnjr.
7 I for which they should Mr. Makinson, and to Fell s TbI. 10..0.Ouw ,115OOQ.OO before depositors -a4 loee
and a
their
\ part citizen of Kis* Pont, returning here in the evening rived from Ohio on a prospecting The deceased youop lady had beenin I ..DC. Tbi.p\IOD" tort 0. our w
4 be ,
Applauded by every kr
well pleased with Klssim health for time and
guest of Hon. O. A. tour, are so declining some ,
the
1 t i slmmee but to me there li a pl&ce-a Carson.and becoming On yesterday Messrs. C. A. mee that they have decided to locate bad returned- only a few days ago I I STATE BANK OF KISSIMMEE.C. '
the
sacred to us by being .
,r. I place made of all that is mortal ofOurdeparted Carson and ,John M. Lee entertained. permanently and Mr Gardner has from the hospital in Orlando, where --- ,._ -- _. ,
l'I I resting place already purchased .an option on anorange she underwent a serious surgical oP: - "" ;"
, _.......'. _. __ kindred and friends: the Governor and wirh Batcheneba..'l .uDch ride lake. to, grove. They expect their son Bratjon. Nothing wds left'undone by --f Ktl1MMri. -.cu.ICI.-:: :; ?' r1

:: : Koseblll cemetery, that should receive Southport in-law and daughter down later, and, herfond parents in their efforts to A. CARBON JOHN 1C. LEB H. a CAB80N I r.

.- their first attention. Its present neglected but- the spending groves the and entire farms day Inthat looking. locality over; it M probable that they will also be- bring back the bloom of health to her President Vie.-Pr..ldnt Cubic '4ANNNaNNaaaNaNNN1NNNNNaNa
reflect anything
condition
come citizens of this county.Henry cheeks but it was not to be.The uncompromising ,
first to .
credit on our citizens and we owe it This Is the Governor's trip L r
angel of death had set :
than Klsslmmee --- '.
ourselves and to the memory of the this section other '
i to Stanford Gives Ride. his sea' upon her and nothing that
there to await proper and he was very much impressed a Hay
loved ones we placed I- will the and varied. advantages mortal man could do would save her CC OCoo<>oooc>oc oc oaoooooooooc "
'' the angel's call to keep it in a condition many Mr. Henry Stanford acted as host on from his cold embrace. .
worthy its name and .our people.. we Osceola county hadto. a hay ride Tuesday evening. The Miss Lannie possessed's. mO.llova- 6. A. CARSON. J. AJCBANfORD. S. I. WPI'EL

'.1 \ I make this proposition to the.VII- offer prospective homeseelcers. night being fine the party rode to I ble disposition which :drew unto her .._......it.KISSIMMEE. V..ldenc.. ,........... '/ !

lage Improvement Society: If it will Shingle creel bridge, where they the friendshln of all with whom she
. undertake to clean up and beautify > The> steamer Lillie, Capt. Clay Johnson left the wagon and enjoyed some truly same in contact, and many. hearts are "

:'t I Rosehlll cemetery I will furnish mv carried down on her last trip a juvenile games by moonlight. After bowed In sorrow today ,as. a consequence -
{I. teams and drivers free for anyone jolly party of pleasure seekers com- this a delicious.supper, consisting of of her departure. --- rRough
- 'day the society tnaj. came to haul away posed of Messrs. Walter-. Hill:.and many things dear. to the hearts Of all Funeral services at the Baptist LUMBER CO.J
trash and rubbish or do any other work, Harry Wintringer of Steubenyllle, O., picnickers, was served. church tomorrow morning. .
; I the society may desire done, and I am A, L. Johnston of East Liverpool. 0.; The invited guests were Misses Mary

satisfied there are others In the city and Judge D. II. tiall of Marqijette, Louise Msklnsoa Sue Watson Mabel Card of Thanks.NARCOOSSEE .
t 1 who will do likewise, as there are. ..also Mich. These gentlemen made the 'Parker, Elizabeth;.! Carson Sue Means I'
any number of men who would gladly round trip to Basstnger< and report a and Messrs. FT: S. Cilbert, Earl Lup- FLA., March fi, '09.
rive one day's work towards. causeso most pleasant outing. They found the far Walter Rackley, W. W. Carson To the Editor of the Valley Gazette. and Dressed '

lust and commendable'as this. fishing and shooting fine and brought ana J. W. Simpson.. The\party was Will you please allow us space In ,
; ,.. Hoping the, Village Improvement back with them'! several small alligators chaperoned by Mrsi Edgar QUver of your paper. to tender our sincere I .

; !Society: will take this matter under which they carried-. home as) trophies Savannah Ga.ThefobertsNiemeyer. -. thanks to the people and friends for. Lumber. x
1t S consideration. at once, and. awaiting. of the trip. their extremekindness: to us duringthe Pine ,:
Its orderl't.1 have the honorto be, Company bat several months lllnes. of our broth. : <,
Yours truly, Mr. R. L. B. Reaves of Beayer Just Installed twelve-horsepower vertical er, B. M.: Tindall, who died February f-t.
J : N.'F. BASS. Falls Pa., is spending a week with i oar-angle Fairbanks-Morse gasoline 24th -19090' He leaves a wife and etch'ohUdreD' .
Mr.w. A. McCool at Steer Beach. Mr. engine which thoroughly completes .And.: numerous: friends to (
;-Y; Regular JDeetlllfuOf' the Christian I Reaves has visited this section be- their laundry,-snd the company mourn his lore -'--c-- --- -- - ;HOUSE-BILLA- :SPECIALTY

: ,f !_) .. ; at the Chris* fore,.sndbis. ..manrXrlenlsher.are, .:p.ots-b--begin--gp.ratitns' rnejct, ----.:Yonw very'respectfully;; : ; ", . .

tiao church DU'.Tuellc1a7 al. h1.. pleased .to see him again. week. i'1>..D. TINDJLLL, AND, BEOTHEBS*, .... T *'I ..

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reason. for niy hu her's etrango life'I"! Called For-M.rtfc 15th--Gen.r l Public .

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.u. 1' 'the MarthOvdning.Was'jgiflg. '
LtI7- dusk, ot a blustering : Inauguration CeremoniestVasisiugton .
ALEXANDER.SK .
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4 = =S = hus been sworn in asfolkiws; ... ,
I "' -' . .,...__ ..- I' ,I S'1'tJ1) old 'andln-dy to -fasten' he'. SS T Vy 'of St 'le-Pblll1u'dei C. should keep supplied 'With Ballard's Horebound.tSyrupi If she
shutters\ and lock the doors, to admit
Jlllx-"f! Pennsylvania.peYeiaiy \vixhca to navo her children from t con-

/CHAPTER; IX. $P rnyselt.to-nnytijlJis! : ," refurnpa; < Gly.aa: no Biran&er.andput out' the lights' .s. l l i.f .the-1.1.8Surx-.EJUlJ: !' tnlns'''.t>.olut ?ly jiolhlnsr liijurliius, dousiiuLL'bustipate.A1oo4, .....-
.
ImlUng . .'_.Jt't'tt -. ..-- for children -l1' adults
.- Tbe. Seci'fet of ths Prison House. - --- ca-n.e.------------ tin In&"\'l"ll"h of: Illinois. sits w !Lit ;

month -t-lucs dlynnenjaryed The, next day glad of au excuse-: to ore a" fcarTu"! as my father," Sccretarj- War' -Jacob' M. McU-) A cough often lauds to consumption and should bo checked
It
was many A '
preseiit lilmself I nt Garston 'Terrace, sho paid, f Hindu of 'J" m-ssee.. Immediately.J. .
such! refreshing sltlell as '
Glyiin \\'.is iiiaj'tlim J\ls way taward( HUi'oi.-alJSlitJ, ( 1 FuiJlMSu LaiuoL not" '. tLQUI _. tJoopled hl w." ,,'" )r:1i, II 1\:11\ n&h.t.Itiifliitturdi"nt .- ,. A ousefiolQNeces
.
;._ '.(\ ivvll. -whlla Elfe 0110 .!JJ.I. LItl..IlllIlAMJillvll.L.: -nrnfv'ti-j MT-rrnv \\*cll.aLuir, I .CThbam ..01w; -.York.I'osl'ua .- -. -- - $ ty.

when In- mar: iJcerliiK: conilfiij!; lo theoGlcc. I will wllh Ladv G.I, thin. I If I' 5011 want : : C. Houston writes
was this same. tintotiched unchamfi'd.To ul .Masnachut> ?Mts. Smith Texas: :
1111' In ..UI'a) ; t legvaph./ Httohcoik. Dullard'
him slu- seemed !more thafmlnnIn I llorehound Kvruri In my family for the p.trl"W
"I nascullf! to call oil'% you," liu : C.hnn;1 wa-i surprised; ] I lr find Lady I Secretary ci I the XU"-GC'OI'tc years, and find it far superior to any otlWI" cough
her triof r.nd terror than: In tie! L. V.a.sHttchuseUs.-! .. ,
salt i.) 'I OMliWi! 'Kt< only ',' ..- ?'tt In n state ilu.M'i- medicine! tve have freljnHs of hor beauty whlcii lizitattracted I the Interior;licliara
Secretary to
,. j "Sorn: f ranuoi: po bad v.-ith t l y''tt." I cf Inijvuivnt <>x. ,'(-rnQ': wheli I ho supplied with this worthy.remedy." .
him. Though fuU ol I-.IB- A. HiiJlinser nI Wasblngloll.Se .
( returned, ti;l' in. ''I,at 1 111(1"( "' it i spJal! ! 'reau:, >.l )her .hoi: ,e on the day a'p- Children. .
fI alai! his lovu was pure and IrinA" r-\\a 1') 11 I Agriculture James The Delight of _
;
I i>ftias; ,[m. You will Illid! 1 M rcir.: I Ii I 1. ,J ;iI.,1.: : \Yil of lu, .._ _t._ -- -
.1.
Uii :
L E Quiet hofne. with aifta a couii,>;iiii >nwhui --
('oulcrueaTter lot t tVuitkl j i wb 1l'11 vri'l I :ais'ijo'ir' : ;i.'IoSC) n-ti: I j"I 1 KUipc|' i.iy, lli-.pnlk!: and nc- .yoi-ietary: .<'J! Commerce and Labor I!!; cotJO Ii S. COLDS; \ '

I ielt'r. '', ",',:II\lI1.I": ? wiiuldfo'j'ler" !<1 mo Insane "Charles Naol! Missouri 'CU COUari, $OKB THROAT, BKCNCH1T1S I 5 a .
(b-<' day let him hold \ier to In'art.: wlit- -j :I'-S'1.: d".111'! !')!". .-..LlJJI"U'.J.!';> M.'U, i! tIL>' k,11CW J '\\.4!'" t ,1.> ct>uJ"aJ.lug .JrertuVtit: \ i titt Issued a urorlaraa-! -' AND. ALL LUNG ""*""LIZS. .

Jin I aver hUH anyihir.u: i f the, I.a.-.)',.- t : i .: in i'() 1\ I i'l! a ) c"' it I ," h" riiJ.: lion culling . ,close In "''.1 i HOI ciinarneHMOli \ If'
her soft arms nouTd M I >"j<4 a' Hind l hi.< PRICE 25c SOc and $1.00
;.1>l1"lIt..L, :" Ii' '.;t li. : .,cnyi-'iiiijj' !,, 'TliiH I 1 c.-'i: bei i- ;mall; c.n"" "<'; neck. and her twtii., fail. t. r..mlu3;; I lu full wMtli h.iiled 1
I UK as
uoililut '
him. 1"1 0 > ou. AVOID ALL SUBSTITUTES. t' '
lips return his llss-'f'! "' 1JI lv> iliLV)V""o'' 1.1 l'* *><.'>>ion lib oojr _
.':('-.er. -aJ! He started\ Inod 1 I llnio thd next <.i l has 'liari.-'i; lore I bcua staled; < to bo .
"Alld! I irtnirmj 1 .m ztt' no 'l 1r.I..1 iijiou l )' a* .1') Idlotlo; old woman.s '
day and cpent a !t'n. i-iiirinciRp, d'isr '. : to i Ie' iso the tariff und! 1 uiuiitat-t uu
.
.4 f nfn-r" ir.i. -" in It ? \ to) ; ..;1- -) ,1,1' are I pa t praying for. Bollard Snow Liniment Co. I
turblng afternoon. IIh ElsIe ani her other busuiv.The wiatl.vr calam- ,
",\ "' .1 MI *.Zt1! < ; .! .t( t'fl! "" ;> 'l!:' ,1!.1I "X.H I-.K; lettirnlii'g' thnnkti: ) for, I th.nal nuul
fattier.Wllh. -Hwliith\ ovnwolc '. c'upItul -
'
tlielaltor he had not ntttC'bprh'ate I M- i"Knlh: n .:1... I' ",\ .1J. T 1 ln'nd t , li.-. ,- d.1! (Its nn, as In- huirdr-d! her un liiati- t ...Ion datiuueivr, SOO-502 North Second Street .:V .

ronvcrs.-uion. and, In that li.ilfLambert I Iii'I' i.i'ii: I i.n:: a i !0 n I iii'V :'l1'i li't i I""-,- bioiiRliiiin) .. ni-ii loll I the ha:. crtuled 11 a geni-iul juic'lic, tit:- '

id i >"> ,,,1! i :.t i ,ill.'i; : 1 i '. ..1.! i '',.,' ':r.iii: : u> ilrhe to In-.I Souaros'ailn. ] ui.iitl for: a ti.iu.:e of dati/ I ii.r'thi-' ST. LOUIS MO.
(tola! Mm that hi- haJ 'li-p.i-" ,
t'Fr--. h.. . ." 7.'rr"r:1'\ i.l-I I .\ rlxvJ then. Ln'3y": Getliln.aid uugut'ttioi& t II i... I Hie lrs'dttiuIt' Of 1011- 'I ,

"el-ed early In thVIr iv.'i'.s.-l nr- (tos r1' T.-' ,I.TI.In: \ ha\ I..n .-11.' would, ""t r. quire the! cur- ti <-i-Muiial ,n mi' on Iluo ijuebtiun.si II'Q "

qualntaticoshi! that Ivii.I .- .I hu! f illnxv, rg>: 1 I. v ,- I t ,, ht' I l.iMlv-rt\ iii I }. .ll.all'.1 I \I I' GlMin I would I 1 see t \1118 JrvIH'l ..1..1.Tlif naHaBkB VKBaasa
fallen In love with FI': 'lr. tiin-;' : J In-, '' ., icuiir.: ..' .1 I exlMenop" of the naliouni -
iiiil! .- ." i in 1 (t', 1_> (...In<1. :r I II :tt ; ',lId It n onn as they -

knew him to I bz:; a 1111, : tnt:<: and 'III'KMIpulous i 'I I 'a''p.' ." t.l"l (;il l> iin, .I-.If ; ,: 1 1",1! ;.h.- pi'ilval. pla'.form! they ( < Oust I. 'tun l'uIUlul."lon MVIUSLu Sold and Recommended by -
ma 'i. nnd! t tluit ...10'.1bed \ ,r 1, ;. LK UatUTL-fl. uur.WllhluiidlL< .tf Uie iic-
:i.Ji: t.J-l....i i '.n in .Uiat JJTii.4i'A i -..-w...- ,._..--i i'ft.ft1t,1dro\" ---TJ'1\"tthtlr ml '
'. a vwv tint* mml.TrrrtrrTT i ihhusl.1f. lion ot lout ; ', uhuh l.as jvii luuij.reu'il -
ittrtjinj .J] ",';<'<1. aid: h? loil.lf: : .1 a .1 .. -, a!',h::;; ilifi.ince: of Ciarslon Ter- . For Sale a.t RO ERSO. 'S DRUG! STORE. -
I Ininiiiiuu'
whliii mn I.' j ll( t\(' "-i3nte.! ; I t ui" t oui a':
a a.j.\; | ; .. . i-lJ.-Ilt( 'I lilt iiil.S -. -
difficult tir |inort( hii d.! '. .cut' r. uulto :" tIt Ul lllli "I. l\ ll" < - .
"I wonder how \\i\ < ri--iik'-: : a-i i ithnUlh' 1 m\i i- '\\'ae: M> fat north 1 before," iui.li, I It"'u'"I. .1' flit'! jlnnt 5. "1111111,1 ieiof
cut the (jo.-iiiati K-.ot: n. ilcinlnvtt :-': -
(1'Mit;' !. Ah 1 *1.1111.! .t'' n':: s.d: 1 Lady n-thln. Iil'h'n has I'l"i i I' -t i lain oi 'ti' 1.1.' < *<1 aTiia'

to hidtIn r. TIitwa !so far "but )liHMir" ; f iiiid. II. ij.u. I lea they 1 i'iis! 1.< lH hiil; I !JC1JllU.tllll11 .hrrc?" ul'i' 'h'...ill*.>.. '''L LLtltt ui .:uu.j.ii lioia ".:. j KISSIMMEE -
succcBsful. but t tin- (' \lctson that j '
.
I ,
niai c.d "i I Ill! <' t lipht! ; t :-k 3:Be has 1 been si ( luded altogether ch ret-uii tl,1 while -iu ullii lal -t .0 .'-

It was Impossible! in keep up tho /am"t-ie','I Iva 1\\. t ti' ik n '' 'fc 'r' .h'i.'lat' than! : u>'iinl.liefdrr :: fur n.-arly: nine or ten nHJllihs.1' ." ll :III \\ut 1...-.1..1. the itIui 1,5'. lull \\ aliui'iulid -
pfi--iim! on him. ald. with t hat In- woik, uciAir. u//Id 011.
I I I i o
t
'* ;-. p-irt' .K hi lie: 'hi- .:: >'ii] .\ n iv.lure 1 'ci (,1J M. 111:1:1: :I, ejaculated: .
. : h. iiljil l--a":: ,".'II.n; ;; to <-, | !1,1': '> C; thin. aMrs\ : Riiboa: the '
.
drove him mad I iklllJlII tin- corps cit \\ iiih og' 'a
tile ciVi'tprnfiir; $ = ::1-i viiit to I herAs 1 1.110.1.\':. op. '!( .1 I tin- door'IiIlJ
May: I dine wttli you ftf-n-t-to l.,-sJut.nM' ' t '. 'II t" SlHJlld'-Ill- 11,' gt 1 ItL'1 -
(,atb, :. i1 '1'11\,1, .",. ttt.s,'. I I .
:
1
the day nftpr tn-tnnrrow" I hav- a id 'j i, -t p < 0: uiur >,1 .u.. "itisonuilj. t STKAMKR I.ILLIB. STnAMHU KOSKADA. .
5ivi.: ;t.- h.. ha i u'n.-:I Giyjnis; "\Viilk i i. i.lr-a-o.< : =h" '.'"111. , .d U' > 1.,10-,1 l tli.il in la.Ti.r-sir" to
much to tell" This rq2-t t ra 'iit-.l i Captain Clay Johnson. Sr. Captain Clay Johnson 3r
: Biii.ir.i.i.i) '1 I" T'I t'dil. \\ > w.i.h'I i I.al1." (C.iITi; !1 lui.n llatelv tacIt a iiliur>I 0 I. I ii I \% tuid t in? In- j.olu I I > I ihatJU

Lady (:iuthin one r.inwnins) fii bri'.ik- I most"" I I"'Ill. i ii--ii.il'-: ami 1111ia ']t'\i-\ :- of (niij.iimi.; I don'l" ifbow) ( (>1.> t Hull t m.II I i' 'LoUlli' 1. il 1 ''tat 10, ate Regular/ weekly] trips to Bas lnger a..od return. noscidu leaves K.1..I_
fast and tiirew her Into of
t state
a tollghted -I >- iiuti! I h! xi-.i) ; >r I'.o-' : <1 th" -', >'.' 11'1.. I 1111' 'hlj d.iei-n'l\ look .quite .-: ..' .n.fii'i"I, I"-" '' -wli.i ll ini .:.ni 'liv mt Tuejday morning! and arrives Klsiim'mee rlday cvrnlnc.8p .

antiniiatlon"You .Mibier\ ; < f l.jiliJi'hin'r:" ( ; ,1>11. l.ui-: ;iij', a 1'.1 ;1:1: :;::. hlie slI1.I !sitting downt'utiu'nI' tiiM ]i. oui at! II.,' \vhiM! itoUt'U '. h\\'i-u cl l Charter Trips to Lake Okeec>ol>ee and Fort Myere on Ole LllU.
are ImiklnR: /' dlfTerent: tnfng -- h't sir link hi, fvii-n.l's 'I I j.,' .Mrd :to m.ii\f a lot\ 111,11 > almi *' Comfortable accommodation for Kati renonible.Th ,
I i nun : i :"P";> .isiliiin i don't! think that olj passengers
she,8ait!. \\ h'n t they had l'II.1'Into :t 1,1'i. It \I 11111,1, Ii'' -aid., 1.>- .old! I.r"'t I '
; .
I tli.it\ h,' chiiuld! he rm.s--r-.ti.'d,, to :: '\ -.1:1:1 furnish this most pictureso( 'IValerwar: In Florida. '
their plat rs for a lout': talk}\ afTer to < oii ii I"'?'t' or hi- ,'rti} i"Ulld" in ,t
lwi--l> Ms rt-at! nnmtneJievo "- "I siiseit the lookoutfur For Paiaenger"aad Freight Rates apply to -
; jou are 0:1
]|I
dinner. What: t'aveou "l'>?i aVnii ? .-KlHll.| 'I lllH jOllt! > Is.. ",.I1II1uatl".1vi !
Have you found your' young \touon?" maiiioert. ." cn'J; Gl.ni}; I ni> sterlt?. Glynn; be"an.11<'n I that ulni-h I lia.lnTi'toluii)! )1,1 1"\1111- CLAY JOHNSON. SR.;"' Proprietor.

Glynn looked straight at her and: Iniliresslvely. "it I j u.el 1 ---s "T |hoP'; I El-le ca.i" II). re.-s3d! 1 In her or- t-d! "'>s' I II.._ ini'ii'K.itHi.' of tlit i.ifiuVijti.ut On board "Ulllo" Klsslum, H*

you rai remain! COSH) e..l"d much I ''i.ary co-itume of bli.ck. with a nice (lo bv.- "tUoK-d III tlio iMiblK lllll.i ,ii, ,.. -
to her amazement replied.! I have. --- -- --- -.----- - -,-
*.*''Well I always paid jou'would.. longer.! If you would tell m> nil. I'i hulp scarf of fine creamy; lace round in any t at- rxifpt a "lot tual s'all"'

nil:;ht lie: alii" to mlvih! '. yti. j't II.TS- 'her throat and a buncli of daffodils IlK'lll I -
Do
tell me all about It. Eonl I rnnnnt for wnil; of Icaovvljiii'ell. ;..." bi -ItI"! 1 i. - 1 tr. "Ta. in 'rlfl" ic-fiMt :it.u-( In !hiIn

and And did Glynn tell her began ct the beginning;:: "\\ look hero, then," fiu.1.Lam The t\r I lenient. of seeing a Etran- I uugurul! ;(1>).ln'-sj. (to Iii,' tu-il! ilt', everythIng
.
I .
10 ItlllllV I the Jt till' 1MKIHalf -
bert, at.'IIUIIIUIP( "This la Indeed extracriflnarvshe lOUiniiTie' idUlIlliSttlIi, ui.iivi-- itin.hblf 4
found t'.UIIZ&It "\DU bring this lailv,\ cll, \K. aiJ she stead,
exclaimed us : still! for a Water
with unus.ial gra\lty. | at 'lii Sh Tiiiic; t to *;n ta tit- Body"slt. Cry jor "jV
to us; h'I'I' :r : v.hat !a SA UI-:. ;('- alt>in.'iit of sracrful i hesitation tlic lit- will f '
at the end of bin narrative. "Hut. taili-d i-xiiliitiation' of -ti-pt.'

after all. they have told: you very little I ilant .'I-'I\"r( ,' U1 F.li'! Is; 111:1).1'' .,1)(. I Cll.MKi's heart throbbed\ '1 with tender- taKi.'to( c-.,la'.,J..-h tin- I i-101" id in tii.'

Me ; there Is' some ugly secret be- ,, wlH take a fuiclo: her. I'd Itl; ,' n iu-a.s an.l pi'I Id-, and. he thought It gov fi nut nt > oitiul: cf i .I.,orai M.IJ' I Bird M D.us ,

bInd." I ,:'e t hid llIal 4I OlI', tOO (fl) 1111. mitM puzrlo Lady Gerhln to find fault Tiltjilan, ", hi' II : II.t I ;ilt 01 iii..iidrud Ey JT. Joseph .

r"I 1)1 :jt, i Hunk i blie! Ill runic'tue Jsr \\'lt41<0 fuir. a cro.iture. lie turned \\fii i loll t ihfj will hau t iU' t lop .. ,
suspect there: Is. very gvc'lv."Now ... .... ,.,
alter to-r.io. :r,'W"e3. ?" to read her opinion ln her counteuauce. I in detail (.ii nm, iinoii.Imui' tin- i i iI - ,,

that you have found > ou1" \ I ant sure she: \\ ilL""TI'11I Sho was /gazing at Elsie withe'pToijoUijatjIcd I lll'-Ilt for bublUI.lulI. tU COUgl. e.s 18 ,- -A --,
fair Hale'n what do ------ L\"t ,i/oVr" How
s. are you goIng to 1'o1low1', -- drink an adequate' quantity many'F
tTlh-.'---- &.ur1.l'lse. I-It
: lu-Xind's P.ara'e. aTIflo\i8- -
.
- -
WM* 1th1'kLdCth1n. To make the intc-rstaie commerce drink a qu.nta day ? How tautly' i-tIt',, Oil. I tis'''or toilets

Marry her" was the unhesitatIng eJacula;'.J Lam'je.-t. Glyun stole! l almost of recognition and (commission )purely -and1 *>olc-l) a quasi : It.' l..ook about} ,vou in' tint ttl'etdtfif you will, and note
quietly away to Ulsle's uHUus seemed too absorbed to remember j .
reply. : . : room judicial body ,thus depriving'-It! of'Us tile: ruddy comp1ezlonfa1r. : sl inx> igor of. .body and mentale: "':
downstairs., ,, . ;> .. ,-v $ .j tbe) ordinary observances' a flrstintrodtttion. \ and '
"Good duties of itivestigatioI'Of'oiTense ;i.- ,.
heavens. areTiot : ,
lIu.b'ou forte ot luuls skin.fallow coin-
< audXJ"
:=: some indlyf ? mottled '.
He found Mrs.Kenett'swHh) he'r ; j'Kf : . .
In earneitT" .' ''I",, ,:..J:,, ; . ; ,,'' ., its adnilnlsirairveiitw'orlt' "to' clothe"the.bureau I. plexion, and lIstleafiieBs. ofpt'liers,1) /' Buch'dlfferoncos! are. not ,,' ; !I
\
? '' ,
She was' : ) I4dY'Gelhtn ( flea I
"Very !much In earnest/'; / assure { a'jtaU.'Cthinly, ; dark-eyed 1'i. ( I.bat'e brought.1:!.royi'eunt,1 of corpOratloib, iepaz'i al.\\tIJJfnUl'rnnr{ "ntat.:.' aret they'jjcutlrtl jducl.to' mental l ,

you" "'- ', .,. ..; ...._ i' woman.' hor\ ,smlla w-aa klndj.her'efwf' : to i aco;: *:3 ou4Iias;: 4..anbert'j.: .comuieice.j.aiid\ labor.'iwltli, t hcf 4uty: 'I - ,P.i'ha" \ ,and 'i'h"sIcaleiudowjs'iitL"One'"' rnaif-observes! the obligaz ,-' "
,.;.....,n.'"..... oII(, ''71 steady aud bbnE.: ; \W?'*?? ** f aid GI'nn'i: \ (L1 *, .- of 'acting "as 'lnvelSUgalor :<;t' al cpiu- : '

"But your future father-in-law. may "I find Miss Lambert by') no meansso "She Is very kind to come" 're- plaints (Jr offenses: acalnst: 1 the federal -z. lions of health asXo' diet, exerrl.se and Iri-sh air ;,._another

be a murderer." I law on. the part of ah\, 1II"'I'" ,lale man aegIs I N..::" thi-ni) .
_'1 hap"as; I should like to see her lurnc* ,Elsie.
"But my wife Is not\ a murderess." : < 01 tlOral lon All' omjilaints from |1'1'1. All life dttnun: <:N witc: r. Jt\ty percent of nil! the I II-MI.-S of the, human
be said at len"tit. I I -\l1d i a'ni i very glad I came, said -
"Not yet! Remember crime Is '\uii' individual. will hate to be made 1 cnl\ I is It ,II" n'I|' ne.it: -K llo.--. that witliout a tin-. 11"r K....tl I wa'.er.In.iltb .
"Xo. sir; and I ...n sdrp.i-td she Lady Gethin, rising and holding omtbr
often hereditary. Why you will spoil I I to this buieau. ( i I.. lirpossiMx. KKJod. 1"tit'., mid IHII.M I. demand it. The I'loocl Is the
looks BO well. Her life has been avery :: hand, gravely! but cordially "Mr.. To entirelv new "bureau
ilfour life." create an \ \t-liieh-. i \ whuli ii<)U<'u-liiii.-ii: I is canled to I'll tlif' ti>---iie' uf tlie body, but It
trying one for months I'I Gl> nil's interest In your father and III Ihe lt'iurtin.-iil of jusliee, u !iKU
"It will he ruined without her." ] do. -- this only i Ii} j a-iui <.f lh,' wiitei II contains. which I it. II,,' solvent of such
:iI' "It has 1 trust Its trials will BOO.I yourself! has Induced me to offer a i-hall render such legal aid to I lteiuieau
"And while the noble fa t'h ero. .Is' I I be II0UI'I ,huH'nl' JJTie rn 1 iscli-s, are rt-iiderod soft pliable ami .lustlc( 1 by n-'anon; of
be: over. visit even though not quite sure It of corpoia'tlona at may
taken to Newgate the happy pair will "There seems little prospect of that will be acceptable.; needed and! lequestdo. This new bureau the 's .it. i exferiiiK into tin ir struct!tire.

tart for the Continent an
tlinetfThp1eeut1on'! 1 could shed that failures to obe) the orders of are (JVsolved\ by. water. Thus it fojlows that a coiibtanl supply I of waK-r I Is
"As an old friend Mrs. Kellett cried Elsie, her eyes filling with tears .
tear oVer you, ljugh." the Jnterslate commerce coinmihsion 01 dally heed ,
.. ,you ought to beg him to explain: Ills and feeling stabgely fascinated by
i' ;* iMtead ot hurting your eyes. dome shall be prosecuted in the 'federal The skin l IB one of the rnoft Important organs of the human body. By
position If the
or. effort be toopainful Lady Gethln's gaze.
a very great favor. Come with eourts. the perfect function of its two millions and more of sweat !glands a man, loses
for him to let you do It for him. "I am pleased to think so, saId To bave the department agrjpii
,; to-morrow. and let me introduce each twenty-four hours one sixty-fourth of his body weight This Ions, which ,
"But I do not know the whole Lady Gethln. lure co-operate closly with the txfreauof
.you to Jolt... Lambert.." l Is than that sustained through the action of the lungs Is the "
I greater; evaporation
tile story aid Mrs. Kellett. "In a few .minutes my father will corporations In enforc*
"I shall do nothing of the kind! of-water burcharged with poisons from bod waste. And what Is true
the't
'It Is the strangest case I ever be ready to receive you, if you will the )pure food law, Inspection -
Slow can you" expect me" to encourage heard of," Glynn was beginning'' be so very good as to visit him-be law and similar lay with whose of the skin is equally true of the lungs and kl
, irou In much. insanity' when Elsie returned. has been so 111." enforcement the dep,
U "Because your encouragement! or "He I* sleeping quite peacefully" "Yes certaInly I want to see him culture Is primarily concerned. \ water there can be no 11 fl''e know that It enters Into every

''discouragement will not affect my de- she sale], "and he needs rest terribly." very much. You do not look particu- The department will report all offenses structure of the human boo)'. As to Its source-to 1 be sure, we consume

t :'eei .: Come and see the girl who :"Then" : J must not .stay longer," larly well yourself! too u b'conftne--, of agfilpHrt ixJrporatlohs.! these, laws which to will the see bureau large quantities of water wllh the intake-of fruits vegetables( \ iht'l\l. tea and

"' has drawn-toe to b.r8 coffee. But these should not be the sole source of supply. "How much water
magnetically ; '
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Kellett "and I dare not ment in a sick room I suppose. A that prosecuting steps are ta-
(' b elp zne to' save her for aa she! posBesses'my come soon again. "'hen. write It pause and long searching look. ke .ThthecOt1rtL p. per I shall I drink In ,a day?" To such Inquiry no fixed: allowance can be stated

soul I am resolved to give will be os usual under care of your "I hare !gone out very little for t this time It can do no harm to since our noedn/yary as our age habits and occupations! vary ; and the quantity

:Hk, her" my life." landlady." months." ,,announce that already the president. r may reasonably vary between one pint and three or four pints per Indi

fi *'I protest Hugh you are a lover She said good-bye to Gh-nn. Elsie "E3
. i-Rf worth having i hope she values you followed! her into the ball to speak think me an Intrusive old wjsItan, cabinet this plan which he values so While water may be drunk with food as an aid to digestion' and absorp- j, J>.

}. a*.'you deserve." some last ,,words and then returning but'vthat Is your name? Eli T Elsie! highly': because; he believes it will lion-and It' were better taken at the close of a meal-care should be 01 w-*

1i i '1 do not think she bas an Idea I tat down on a 10coucb near the that !'i quite strange tops4. Do you mean that Its perfection will do away served not to defeat the purpose of thorough moMlcatlon by washing' / Intp the rstomnch "-

f:; 'am a lover." "" I fire. Suddenly! she said very softly I remember your moth 'at all?" with work all in confusion the government's and repetition dealing of solid food*' IH" prepared for digestion! by that organ A glass; of cold "

u- -" 'hen you have not asked her to :aa If to herself! .: f "Nc-that Is, HkXa faint far-away With, offending corporations water. on /going to bed and one taken on rising In the morning 15, a good habit,

f marry you?" crUd Lady Gethln. I "It lll soon be a year since that-1 dream""What! *s -From lIa-per' Weekly.
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I'y" '1 have not ventured as yet; I day." wcs ner name?" FOR LIFE AND 14 YEARS. '

!, ,km trying to prepare the way." "What day?" asked GI>'nn. "I thin '! was called after her. I c. .. ."J

It ".."Then" saw Lady Gethln "I will "The day you came: and dined withus neversjreak about her. for my father Three. Bandits, 'Are Given Odd Sentence '-*- :-
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I .come cad you must agree to listen to at the Cafe de Madrid-do. you remt'nlb canjrtft bear. it. His sorrow mustIxtve by Chicago* Judge. J ,
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smr-cbjectlons whlca may occur to ? been great." Chicago.; In. : uree bandits were Flashlight Alarm (lock! contrivances designed by ambitious ''. -' -

i1FT ,.-::1h.:- I "It is constantly. in my thought.]; "I suppose! so-I suppose so" held guilty court by and a sentenced Jury" In Judge to prisonfor KerSHp's Applications' for patent on eleotrlil Inventprs. One of the recent distinct

".greed." It Is one of my most delightful i4ii- thoughtfully. "You will forgive my This novelties pour Into the Patent novelties Is the electric alarm clock '
ears.
dvSD I.;,;., '. !Wh n shall I go?" resume;! Lady' I oj-ies! Do you 'know," cumlprif and: abruptness I am not asking from Idle odd hIp verdict"plusfourteen resulted from) convictionon shown here, designed by Chicago

I S'-S ,O tbln] "1 confess I uiii d> lnn to see I sitting/ down beE I.!.. her, "tbXlwhen I curiosity." two charges. The bandits were nato It Is placed l on the bureau, .'

I- this !lady-love .of yours thlshrolneOfJ He" awake at ulgat I re/rail'the" airs "I have nothing to forgive." Here found l guilty of robbery with' a deadIs wlu-rt-I ho d l.il can be readily.! seen by '

I >'itill unsolved m) ler)'. May Igo you ean that rI'11)t,4uId hear again the tinkle of a bell was heard. "My I, ea|>oii, which\ tarries! a sentencefor t the occupant) of the lied.! If he

I ,_.- | to-rnorrow?" ,, jour delirious! to.'e ,.!) father fs ready; will you come?" said life, and also of robbery under awakes In the uisht nnd wishes to ,

IirrGlynu took her hand and kissed it. \\ were h><.oy' t.I'c-al least I Elsie rising. She conducted them the habitual criminal act. which pre- know t lie. 11111('( ln merely pushes a

I. ''Thank you." was all he nnl<' wad," Into the drawing room where Lambert scrr.ica\: fourteen \ears' Imprisonment. push biittoii, attached to H eortlrliicli

'Not to-morrow." "resumed 1 GI.an.1 '"AntI ,_ '\\1"." echoed Glynn. "I sat in his easy cha'lr",*' / As a rt'tull of the veidict the three extends! fI'0'111'1.1''i''k; to I Ito bed.
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t after a pause. "I 1 must sue" 1 Lady G thln's qulclc noted defendants( will never be able to serveCuit The. little I InciHlduji-'c'iit' lamp just
[ i* did n>r. know how hn'ipy, iiAtil the eye everything. Judse Kersten -
their sentence.
..rnla I will. stIle with hiiu and', ef Lambert brIghtened a lit- I above Ih,' dial Immcdlnlcly lights Z
Inry hosinir Tin TaTijfiTTrleA; Da"'bu declartd ft the oddest verdict he ever
4, ; }\:lsle when they shall ir elvn you. know that; the horror of'Mho tie as he thanked 'her with(Hrnple heal d of in a criminal courtIJLLESAM II I up, BO t hu.t, t t tho t time CKII/ ho instantlyseefy. '

*1 ,.At..Preaent, I am not quite 1 no unea whole thlDK: nearly killed me' I had courtesy -for her visit. Glytxnsaw II I \. It'Ma. nut lu-rcnsnry. to arso.. :

,, i' about them, for .DcnluR!; Is a -x or brain fever--" that she scrutinized him with profound BARS DOGS.No I from bed) to' light I tfio electric llqht- ;:

tow .'* Be Allowed In the
CanMes to
"',) 5"i .w >"De.ring Is notout of *fciI; saw ,him in great sincere surprise. ,, "It I Glynn himself had various matters nal Zone. I The cord cnn! hI' ,11111 II n,9'! t the pillow I

1m at the opera lasthr.," I was very good of yeuto care so to speak of with Elsie I <>r |In any convenlenthpl The 4larm I
Washington L). C.-'Doga on the canal bell I ako rings lit Uie- *
;inde d! TheqXIter a pause. "It niXica. Jly father never Bald you To be Continued. hour set,
r :zone a 10 hereafter to be classed I a..* with t the on,!hut i'. alarii I
: 1t! Ie amating howl mbert has escaped tried to find me! ) dock In -

; detection"loljrf, but .it is Inevitable. j "...be lady I am jibing to bring hero ,... as "pel suns non grata"Chief with Sanitary the American Of-- I addition a bunk Is placed: on one side

1 ,\Vbjr be""jjr} ads it, and what be is I the day after to-morrow will| tell you U'om.n'a.ork in Missouri. Icer government.Liorgas has issued an order I of the clock" : If till) ",,(1)' tampers ,.

;' 'afraid. j>fTrenialns to be told." how ill I was. See is a sort of aunt The Pleasant Hope Eclipse, In telling against uuniuxxled dogs ,betDg"allow I with It (the bell rings -nn,1 continues)

4: gbP' said Lady Qethln "I wish of mine." of a man who chopped his foot ed at large. ringing! !until shut ,oft",.-. -Washington ;-

.... \:w i would give me a promise not to "If the took care' of you I shall like while splitting wood broke a record The offense committed by the can- Star. .. :'
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Declare yoorselt to MI.. 'Lamb6rt nnUlyon her" cried ElsiE, with sudden for falling. .tLadd .that "that, was jn'L-r1b which called forth this r&: 1 --

'4 :. know.th.-.hol. tmUU"" -wamtbaftdeetcJnj! : out her hand .b'ithhe cot for doing a woman's strlctlon of liberty U not,,, stated In Office at, Washington faster than they | A .Ct'USllS of the railroad car of

.. 'JiffNo; ;L4r Cethln.; I will not pledge) *. she placed It in 'his. work."_Kansas City' Star. the communication -. can be tnJaumber talttn care any of,oUter greatly form surpassing *of-4'L < whl.h the country'50.000are Ahowt" ..2..200Oof' .... t"-'

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and striking i language the necessity Comrnissloh. lately appointed ii giving Out Dependencies. whither, in ease ef'any' race, aD'ap >
j' for maintaining a strojrp navy ,com- full consideration to existing conditions The government of' our dependen- pointment liftDeilverod IAfr 'mA ALA Rf B rocnsurato Avillr the! coast line, the, and to all pttrposed'remedies, ales in r rto'JRico and the'Philip. I local office In.a community in wbicbthe h
governmental resources and the foreign and will, doubtless suggest one th. twill pie are progressing1 it* favorably ice feeling ii TO wide-spread
trade;of our' nation ; .and I wish'to meet the requirements bustnese bo'dp/il The prosperity and] acute aa' to Interfere with the
.4j' \ i-citeralo all {,Iho rcaxcntl xvhich he. 'and'bf public interest. Wo may. Porto' unirbaled.- case'and which the loa
II I\I ....-.., '. .. ,_ has presented in favor of) the policyof J hopo that the report 'will embody of business conditions. in the Philippines Jvenmnt faciityiti be

,, Before Immense .His maintaining, a strong navy as 'the .neither I the narrow view of thoso.WI10. are' not all that we' could I ; U of sufficient benefit
aj Gathering. ; best conservator of our ])(!ACo- with bl'tie\1 that the' sole purr"8 of the visb them .to be,' but with Mm passage by way of encouragement to the race 'ut ,
"- 'spaeCh"Vci -Concisely ts- :' rth.tho- 'm"her-tratiofirTlTld 'IliA best "means i of 1Wsli 'il.rbo to 'secure" oMlio now tariff Mil permitting to outweigh tho recurrence) .and intereaac
. .. Deeming respect for the 'assertion of banking) capital of. free trade the United 'Str.tes suchan
J,' .. .. : 01 I bl't.Ween ,of race feeling; ,which
:,: Policies That Will Be, Adhered our rights thedefenea of our in- of those who would have greater ex- and the :Archipelago, "il. such limitations appointment ''! to engn. d r
leroBlgj!", and She exercise of our influence pI.usion of currency, with little regard in sugar .111 8'hal der, Therefore, tie ? ,
::. ,,,.. .. .. To 'During His Administration ,; '. .-"-' In' international. : matters 'to provisionj_ D4r-itsr'"ijminedlaf3_ prevent injury the : recognizing the race by *pjpointmejits
r. . The Maintenance of Peace. redemption -oT'-"ultimatp security tpresls on thoso products, we. can must J1fgo.< a careful
... ,.___._n_ -.:. -. r-' _Dur. jiitcrjiationtti-tHtlicy -in- lwft>M- -Tl I ?: bj jectrrjf 7eet norni c-tH*"" 'count tin are improvement! in !lnel' discretion-not" thereby xrcue"To da U-""mora'
I' ellow .1 to promote peace. \\*! 'uliall cnjjir" cussictn> jiw intricate and so.likely to (on.ltons'jl! the Philippines) (tie halm than good. On the other hand
My\ Citizens : continue, anal the framers of the into'any war with n full cot ouatletslttL..1b4aYfUL4wiiscyu evoke differing \ieand dogmatictatanteniaa.el1ileonesThe development of a niu'ttmlly profitable w'e must be careful not to.encourage ? I
Any :one wh'L takes I the j oath! !. tariff bill must of rw>urseirayein] : >*(iiDa. JJiat- -' --Gomiiasioti 4ra - have just takc-ii 'inust lecT aheavyh mini iTtlii! tot a ll'eCslikIy": ; "to be it always entails, whether/"lIl"re f-4l- < in studying (he' general influence Islands! ( manufactured in the interest of individual d

weight of ipspousibility. If not; he produced by it, and so( arrange the or not, and we, of course, shall) make of currency on business and Position Towards South pdtiiicnl ambion. , v
has no conception of the powers anal duties as to !secure an adequate in- every effort, consistentwith national of business on (currency; have wisely I look forward with increasing Personally I < slightest
duties\ of Iho office upon which he is come. Should[ I it be .impossible to do honor and (the highest national in- extended their investigations in European the already good feeling be- race prejudice or feeling, and
aboiit .to enter, or ho is lacking: in a so by iinpoi-f-.duties, new kinds of ]Jerest t, to avoid a resort! to arnt+c.W'e ) banking! nnd 1.0/1ftnr methods txvepn tha South and the other sec- recognition o Us existence only h
proper[ !sense! of-the obligation 'whi'h( taxation must bo adopted; and among favor every! instru.iii'iilalUy'' like The information tl'"V; have tions'pf the country. My chief pui- awakens in (heart & deeper
thq ,,nth"iinpoHca.. these I ' 'graduated inheritance thaiof The Hague/ Tribunal and nr- derived from such experts IR they pose is not to effect I change in the by for t those who' have to y.pot
I ijivuld[ bo untrue to- myself, tux, as .coirelt-ju! principleand [ bit tint ion!, treaties prude: -with a viewto. have found abroad will undoubtedlybe (1lal'ote of the Southern States. or suffer from it, and I question the. }
ails tot the declarations as certain and bfc. iollccjlion. its in all intciWtjoiinl[ found [ the solution of That is tion. '
to iiiy (promises { ea"y' I use controversies helpful in a secondary e01.idera wisdom. of 1 policy which i is likely'
of "the party platform uponwhich -- in order tfj'niaiiitain peace lire difficult problem they have in\\ What I look forward to is an increase To'increase it, 'Meantime, if nothing :
f I. wax olvetod[ to 1 ofllce, and Tho-obligation on the part of thojtpv. and to* avoid war/Hut wo should be hand in (tle tolerance of political is done. tq prevent, a better feeling .
to muy tiiiguUhed predecessor lsponsible| for the expenditures' I blind to existing conditions, and. i Postal Savings Bank. views of kinds and their advocacy between the negroes and the y
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f* whose reforms are conspicuous 1 made to carry on-tho /government, lobo shouted. "-allow n'elvps to become foolish The incoming( Congress should throughout (he South, and tho whites in the SoUtb will 'continue to
did'not make the maintenance and enforcement \ as economical! HS possible, and to i idealist if xve .did 1 not realize pronlplly fulfill the promise of the 'existence of a respectable political grow, and more and mol of tho
I, of those reforms a most hake tno( burden of taxation in: lislit' that: wit /alJ'lh-G.l1htioll.s., of."the! worldarmedaml Republican platform and pass a opposition in every State; eVl'1 morn whitt peoplerill come to realize that.
important feature of rny administration. as poKHihlc, is plain and should !I",> prepared for mat, we proper postal Savings Bank bill.. It than thi3 j, to an increased feeling on I I the future of the South is to bb much '
They were directed to thu supPICSMOII nlTirnied ill every derlaration of government miisr be oursclxes[ inn- imilar con- will not be unwise or excessive! pater 'the part of'nil the people in the benefited by' 1 the ind1sra and intellectual -
- of the I lawlessness' and pojicy.! ; Thi,Xis Bpfcinllv/ s' ion in aglow tit -prl''enf'olel') !! onions nalism. Tho promise' to repay by the South that I His Government is thj'ir progress negro. The 9 4"
abuses of power of the grant' combinations true( Y xvhen xvp OI'o-fnire 1o face with") from lukinr udvnntaso/ >f us (lOX'ernmcnt "il' furnish an iutlIrl'- Government; end t that its ofcer in exercise of political franchises by
of capital invested' in rail-[ 'heavy deficit.' Hut when the dcs re, and of our inability to defend our ment to / ,- ,deposits '' pri- I their States are their those of his raewho intelligent J..
roiuU, nod in industrialcul.erprise 10 win t Iho popplnr approval lea < l to iutuwnTtndfl! -Mir njrlMs withn vale enterprise cnnnot sirpplyrTrridrirt"suchii '_The South--and the Negro. and xvell-to-do "will bB.BCOuiesced 'in; '
currying Oil interstate (.OIllI11I.j.I.... The the pulling off of exppurfi" i'nl'I'H' strong hand. ]1) tie: international low sate of interest as not to The' Consideration of this question and the right to vote will be withheld
btpjv" which my predecessor took awl! really nc.-drd! lo make] th / O""I'II- "onlrox'ejsirs, Hint arc likely to ari"e withdraw I ('1,1"1 f"(1 existing I cnnnot, how'ever, be (complete and only from the ignorant and irresponsible
tho leg-station passed, i on t hisrccoinlnciiil.ition ( nient effective, and lo ortable i it( to in HIP, Orient growing out; of the backs I1 1 .siihstitntially incfeasp full without reference to the negro of both races 9 J'
have acconiplishcd much accomplish its 1)1'01)j"c'I", the result question of HIP open) door and other the funt. UYA ilnlt for inreatment-as I race ils progress and its presentcondition Labor, and Protection of Employees. w
bate( cmispd n general halt in I the i is as used. loVbv ('eondeintl( n.i issues( the United SluleB c'an'main- ellp I,(' 'II lj-.lj3SI.wi f The 13ttr Amendment secured There Is -one otcr-mn.Uer-t --"bieli 4
- vicious policies\ which rivaled pop- the WII ste t of prove; maul fuiuls. ill nutneeeSSary'expefl lain; her interests intact and; can secure fiiinisli! t the nbsoloti' them freedom ; the 14th I 'shll refer. the sub .t. tut 3l I
ulu alarm and, have bnitnrht! nliiintin | fiture.. The scope (IfIII respect for her just demands. makes I Ilio proposed sclii-me ] gevernmcnt Amendment due process of law pro great'controversy during ,
t the business affected, n t-i !! I modern (F:(,lyeriimeiil I in x hnt it cnn Slip Mill 1 .not be able], t to .do so, howexer t gun t not e of dcpos.it So alluring t lecfion of pNp.r and the pursuit election and calls for at least a passing ::8
er regard for i-xihting JII 1\'. l.and] ought\jK\ } accompjjxli, .fur. its people if it. is undci'-tood, that she without i its ]wimcioiisi results.." j of ; al1 the, 15th Amendinm reference now. My\ distinguished Lh
Tu icuilcr the rel'dims lasting; l InisXidencd' fur be.xond 1 lhe prin- never intends to bush up her as hoxvevpr, and to secure at the 'Mime ''i.I.) .!!;yfnid down"bv t the old[ Inisseschool / lion I of, right and her dcTcnse] of her I sincerely hope that the incoming against any c deprivation pf the privilege to the cause of labor, with whose I f
time J Jiccdnm from alarm on I the port fui of ]xditicnl I xxrilem, nod, interest bv .nn.rthing/ but mere) cabal Congress will he alive, as i shouldbe ] I to x>>tc,, because he was a "ne- struggle for better thing he has'j')\\'j
of those piiiMiiug pinpi-r and piogrpwivo I IS xMiii-iuntr lots tact popular] protest and diploma' t tir* note. For In IIU importance of O.UI foreign gro. The 13ln" .nH 14th Amf'ntmontsha'c shown tho sincerest .ympa thy..t "
business, methodfull I h.: approval.In 1. these! rcnsdin' t the expensesof: ' the t Ir.idp and of cncouinginfr it in every been generally (' ( his instance Congress has passed .)
legislative and, executiveneeded. : napes c' !I'IP Department) of AcYiciillurp! a'my am] '1111" )' nod of const ,defenses xvay r..m'ihTh.\ .. possiliihty of in- have secured"the objects for which bill fxllg the liability of interstate ) rF
!. H, [In I'nl' Ilic mill unds'fioncerliuu the use of scientific c'\|I"'I'ilJ""I." should) l always be considered ns !some- eiea-in'jr tins t'II.1. in I Ilip Orient in thl'pr.. int<:>ndl1h1p the loth rarri< their employee for'injur
6J I rest i icliom til the juru-lru-it'' ('II n I lure! scale, nud! the !spread! of tlnngnlncli'; Hip government mnsl t the riiilhpmes. in Srinth America.lie Amendment'] b/I generally sustained in the course of ,
law lour beef nigcil by In t"1'1',1...rs- olloroutttou' / .Ii" 11\ ril 11 inn them fur par fur" and they; should' nut IIP cut !;nOn I to, cxoijoiio x\ho hasaixeii "bs(1l'o in the pnst. it ought to beobierxed mend, abolishing the rule of fellow-
sor fI'I.1 1 will In- lilted J<(.' me. /On the iiiiiiixeiin|, 'nl of general" n:: ii'-nl- (1T' through I : mete CdiisidiTation, of tin- matter attention. The dire and "the I Iclel\ Southern I servant and the common law rule a* t
the oilier hood the I a Knim-t ml ion I is tllle, Illllsl ;:i u nn oiidinx. y. Our fidxerinnint' is nets) ( t effect of lire trade bptxxecn thiscountiv legislation 'tod ax- is toward (the to contributory negligence. and sub-
pledged, (10 li-LiNlnfrfiii looking) I" upiopcr The'' i III|I'.t' Inice df sapervisiuir i : lo affind' ) n sinlti-ble aunv and n suitable and the T'hillipines wil be enactment of electoral( <|unlifi'cntionsxvliicb si Hut ftig J lit rcfor the so-called rule
f.I..rlll )>fipei'vision nnr'l' rust IHIMIICSS. of tMe.it 1 iiiilwnxs and imlus- nil I'\,. It miiv maintain; them. inaiKcd\ nliifh. our sale of ( uijiuillinill ;; shll siui'.icilb| that amend: I ifiiipaintivc necligence. I has .v
1111 ion lj, urevcul evessixe issues I t inl I' cfinibinnfiiiim, and,| ( Inneii'>Mrxiiuesturnlinn webs lIt i the slightest: l.uiiper] ', tn I the iniu-liiiierx and oilier mnn- ment. course Tli c m( 1'1 adoptionof also pnM'd n law fixing (the compensation -
of l l. ni,K afid. storks! l by:: cuInpqutcs nod! pronhlic, or 1 the cause oT free in.liIUlioll" ufucHiics. The .necessity of the cslabhhluncnt a constitutional Inxv is only one I of government employee for
011 IIi II;.: all opi'intin -;' interstute comincirryifnilifinds. llnl.uxfnj) 'business inctlnxU, are nifilher ( mid fear of additional! taxation [ of direct lines; of steamers step in (the right direction. I must injnlicn! sustained, in.the employ of I .

. ( niceaiy" lax upon) g 'n. ton, ii t'oriMiimilion of the did nut exist half n 1'111'11'.1'"IO. policy; in this legnrd. l.tC'1 has 1.1'11 brought lo the at- In time both wi come. Hence gcnce of the superior. I aso'plse[
'piiilnicnt ..d' .111..1 lie... of the Hurean Protection of Americans In Foreign "I I of C"n1'Ost bv my prtdeco clearta.jill the domination of model child labor law
of ( Viporntions' in the Deparl-) Conservation cf Our Resources.The Lands. ear, and l by air[ loot before and after an ijrnoranT, irresponsible element (net of Columbia. In previous ad-
mint lit' Cumnierci' and I.nlmi'. amiInterM I I"f put Iitr: into force" of ]laws Tinpolicy. .if I In1, l t'nitcd" Stale in his nOI\\rth\; i..i! to that continent ('III be prevented] b.V constitutional rainislrutions an arbitration law for
1114 t 1 HHi (' >ninicicc ( '''"HIII>- xxInch shall secure the con.eriitiou the :Spanish' War n>1d 'since, has gix'eji -lt I sincerely hope that Congress Jws'hil'h shall .-ercludo from voting interstate commerce railroads and '

sioii looking: to efl'i>cti\e' co-opcriition of oiii i !> Oll"r" -. so fur ups ( hexmax' it n position of inlliienco among! the may be induifd to see the wisdom of 1'otji negroes and whites not having theiremployes, and laws for the application
of I these agencies, is needed( ] In wcruii- III. UlLliiii (the jurisdlelioii of lieIJcdcial nations: that l it never' had, before, and n tentntixe effort to establish such u'tliol or .oilier qualificationsthought of safety device to save
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a iiiruc inpiil, null] ceHiiin enforccliu'iil 1 (;O""IIIIII"nl" including,! Ihrllo.l .should be constantly( exerted to !SP- I lines by the HIP of mail subsidies.The to be necessary for a proper t the I lives and limbs of employee of A ,
of the law.-. affecting inleislate i curintt to its -bona tide citizens, 'ilpCrluuI'| xxhich I the Deportment electorate. The danger of the control interstate railroads had been passed* r
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iniioiliinl x\ taxing and
railroads", and[ industrial, comhinntions. rcsloriiif| our finest.nnd! I the : great -\\lid her oat ire or naturalized, respecl of A!!Ii,'1 I 11' and of C'onj- t of an ignorant electorate 'lies I wish to say that in so far as.1. ". P e
/: ( fur them ns such in foreign fierce and Lnbor may play in ridding therefore With this change, cnn, I hope to promote the enactmentof
impioxcinenl of walerxxnxs.( allproper pu",1
I hope to lie nble to submit, at (thl' O"'I'ulIlI'nt function nrp which i count! i ties. We !should[I I Inn ke every t the niurkets of Kuropo of prohibitions the ' "Iiich man of the Southern further legislation of this c a. ,
first regular session of the> incoming ,, must iiixului. large if effort to prex-enf huimlintiiig[ and degrnding and discriminations. against: the t white citizens take in the xvcl- acter. Iam strongly convinced that '
expenditure
-\I.i_. Congress 111. .December !nexlLdefinitesuggestions 1'mpprlv rfnrmf": !. While some. "ofIhejn. / piolubitioir;! ugainst; any of importation of our products is I fnro of the negrnes.has increased.The the Oorcmment should make itselfas
in respect to the needed[ I like p the reclamation of arid our citizens wishing (tempornnly/ to fully nnderslood.nnd it is hoped that colored] men must base their responsible to employes* injuredin
amoudtnenta; to tbe .anti-t rust and the lands sojourn in foreign countries because! 1 the use of the maximum and mini- hope on the results of their ow in its employ as an interstate rail' ,
made
are to for themselves .
interstate commerce low, and the others pay of race. or .religion. ,... mum feature of : tariff law to bo dU8tr self-restraint, thrift and Mvis-' way,, corporations'\, is made responsibleby
of such, indirect '
..-_-".changes required in the .executive de benefit t that-, llda are''ednnot an bo Immigrants. soon passed will bo effective -to remove success, as well as upon :; partment'concerned: in their enforce-. ..of them : 'A expected The admission) of .Asiatic i ,, iinmigrants . many 'of/thoso' restrictions ai,1 and comfort and sympathy which I. shall be glad whenever any additional -.,.
'j, !,' : lIDellt.I'j ; .-. -', ".. 't'"* , permanent' improve- -.who. can not bo amalgamated The- Panama C&naL ..- . y may receive fronj their whio. reasonable.safety\ device can
""'.",.". ''i Such --plans must-be formtiieledl'as( '*b6 menttlikoltlloapanama'Cana1""'treated'-as, distinct should with iour 'population-has been'-made rb'o. ;Panama 'Canal' will hare a''! neighbors of the South. There. Wa be invented to reduce tIle loss of life ti'q
will include the right of the people to and should bo paid; for enterprise the the subject either of prohibitoryclauses most jmpprtant bearing upon the a time when -Northerners who sympathized and limb among railway employee, q
by
avail themselves! of those! methods' ( of bonds t the issue'of, xvhich proceeds in our trc.atiti and] statutes(, trade between the eastern and the with tho negro in his necessary to urire Congress to require its adoption ; t
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and effortdeemed. of strict administrative fl'rn sections of for conditions liy Interstate railways. .
combining capital : will dish,. rihnte' i its cost between t the or regulation fnte our country struggle better
necessary to relj'h the highest t degree present and future generations in "III'l'a!! by diplomatic negojiatioit. will'a t Iy increase the facilities sought to give him the suffrage as aprotection ,The Injunction.1
of economic efficiency, at the I sincerely hope thai/ rye mar fil transport al ton between" the and to enforce its exercise Another t labor question <
I accordance vxith I the henHlts derived.It ] .
same time differentiating1 between ontiniie lo minimize the evils ]likely[ eastern and the western seaboard, against the prevailing[ sentimentof xvhich haft awakened the'most excited
'I well IIP submitted I I the fa
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combinations based upon legitimate I !serious may consideration I of 'lo arise from such immigration! without ;- and may possibly revolutionize the I the South. The movement proved discussion. That i is to the"
economic reasons! and those formed Congress unnecessary! friction, and by mutual transcontinental. rates, with respectto to be a failure. What remains is power of the Federal courts to )
whether the
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deepening control of
with the intent of creating monopolies (he channel of nll'l'lIt river [ concessions' between self-respecU bulky merchnnidse. I wi also the 15th Amendment to the Constitution issue! injunctions in industrial dis- |f li
and. artificially controlling prices. like (lint of the Ohio/ of the system Mississippi ing governments. Meantime, we must have a most beneficial to increase and the right to have statutes putes. As to that, my convictions 1 ,
Tho work of formulating into practical when definite or and] take every precaution to prevent, or, the trade between the eastern of States specifying qualifications for arc fixed. Take away from courts,
l plmpo such changes! in creative for the enterprise have practicalplane been failing that, to punish outbursts of seaboard of the United Stateand electors subjected to the test o.f compliance if it could be taken away tbe-wer
work of the highest: order, requires approved and detetmined race feeling among!; our people the western! coast of with that amendment. This to issue injunctions disputes'' "
all the deliberation[ possiblein should not bo for in upon, against/ foreigners of whatever nat and, indeed, with some of the important is a great protection to the nt'gr. and it would create I privileged olass i4
provided the
the interval. I believe that the "same ionality who may have by our grant! ports on the east f coast'of It never will be repealed, and it among the [laborers' and save the law-'
amendments to be proposed[ are just way n treaty right to pursue lawful business South America reached by rail from never ought to be repealed. I it bad less among their number from 'a moat,
88 necessary in the protection of The Army and. the Navy. here and to be protected the west! coast. The work on the not been passed, it might bo dim.nl needful remedy available to all men. a
'legitimate business as in the clinch. \ Then, too, t11l'rc.are expenditures against lawless assault or injury. canal[ is making/ most satisfactory now to adopt it ; but with it our for the protection of tbei business' '-t
J ing of the reforms which properly o government absolutely necessary Protection of Foreigners. progress. The type of the canal a I fundamental law, the policy of Southern against lawless The proposition -'
bear the name of my predecessor. if, our) country is to maintain ita This leads mo to point out a seri a lock canal) [ was fixed by Congress legislation[ must and wi tend] to -that business is rot a property
Revision of the Tariff. proper\place among!; the nations of ous defect in the present Federal after. a full consideration of tho con obey it, and so' long as statutes 01 pecuniary! right which' tan ''
A matter of most 'pressing importance the'.worldi.and' js to exercise its, pro jurisdiction which ought to be remedied fueling' reports of the majority andminority of the States meet tletellt of thiaamendment be protected by eqijilalile Injunction "
is the revision of the tariff. In per influence in defense of its oxn at once. Having; assured to of the consulting board, "and and otherwise is utterly without foundation in precedent -,'
accordance with the promise of the trade interests, in the maintenanceof other countries by treaty the protection after the recommendation of the in conflict with the constitution and or reason The proposition i is -.
platform which I was elected traditional American [policy of our ]laws for such of their War Department and the Executive laws of the United States, it is not usually linked with'le to make the
I shall call upon Congress into extra colonization: of European subjects or citizens as we permit to upon those reports. Recent Suggestion tho dispositioor within the province secondary boycott lawful. Such r'
session monarchies
to in this hemisphere, and come within our jurisdiction, we now that something had occurred on of the Federal Government to proposition is at variance with th +'
meet on the 15th of
:March, in order( that consideration day in the promotion of pence and inter- leave to a State or a city, not under the Isthmus (to make the lock tpKf interfere with tbo regulation by Southern American instinct and will find 1t
..a ko at once given to a bill national m raiityI! refer to the cost ] the control of the Federal Government. the canal[ less feasible than it WB States of their domestic affairs. support in my judgment when submitted
mar tho Dudley Act. This should revising [ of mninlaijiing a proper Army, n the duty of performing our supposed to be when the reports were There[ is- in the South a stronger feeling 1 the American people. The a
secure an adequate revenue and adi proper Navy and suitable fortifications international[ obligations 'in. this reSpect made and the policy determined on, than ever among the intelligent, secondary boycott is an instrument tt'.
i\ just the duties in such a upon the mainland[ of the United ) Hy proper legislation may 1 led to a visit to the Istjimus of aboard xvell-lo-do and influential element in of tyranny, and ought not to -madf :
.. to afford' to labor' nnd to manner all indus-as Slates and in its dependencies.We and! ought to, place in the bands of of competent engineers to examine TavoY of tbe industrial education of legitimate. '
tries in this whether of the should have an Army so organized the Federal Executive the means of the Gatun dam and locks> the negro and the encouragement of The issuing of a temporary restraining kF
"cum mine or country fdctory., proteetion! by and so pflicerpd) as to be capable enforcing the. treaty rights of such which arC the k y--f'ilie lock type. I the race to make themselves useful order without notice bas -il
t. a'rifl equal to the difference between in time of emergency r. in cooperation" aliens in the courts of the Federal The report of that board shows that membf'r of the commun.iy. The progross several instances been abused by its I
ihe'c st of production attroad and., / with the ;National Militia, Government. It puts our government -* nolhtng has occurred ,in the nature which'the Tnade in Inconsiderate exercise, and to remedy "l
the cost of production here, and hove nnd-under'the prox-ision" of a proper in a pusillanimous [position to of newly revealed] evidence which the last fifty years from slavery, this, the platform upon which I was ,1)
a provision which shall put in force national volunteer law rapidly to expand make definite engagements to protect should change the views once framed when its statistics are reviewed, isman'eloutl elected .recommends the formulationin ""
executive determination into n force sufficient to resist aliens and then to excuse the in the original: discussion. The construction and it furnishes every a statute of the conditions' under
Upon of l
tats facts, a higher or maximum eer- all probable invasion from abroad failure to perform those engagementsby will go on under n _moat reason to hope that in tho next which such a temprar retraining .. '
i tariff against those countries whose and to furnish a respectable expeditionary an explanation[ Hint the duty to effective organization controlled by twenfy-flve Yl'a1 a still greater improvement order ought to statute can \l t
trade policy toward us equitably re- force,' if necessary, in the keep them is in States or cities, not Colonel Goethitls and his fellow army in his condition as a productive and ought to be framed to embody > ;
quirpV, sued discrimination. It is maintenance of 'tour traditional[ American within our control. If we would engineers associated with him, and member of society, on the tho best modern practice, and can .'tt,"'
thoujjit that the tariff above stated policy which -bears the name of promise', we must put ourselves in a will certainly[ bo completed early in for and in tho shop and ill other" bring the subject so closely, to the
will -permit' the reduction of rates in President Monroe position to perform our promise.Wfi the next Administration. if not be- occupations, may come. The negroes attention of the court ns to make .
certain schedules and will require the Our fortifications nre jet in a state cannot permit the possible failure of; fore.Some arc now Americans. Their ancestorscame abuses of the process unlikely in the
advancement of few-if of only partial completeness] and the justice due to ]local prejudice in any type of canal must be con here year ago against their future American popl. if I understand (
It is imparatively any. that number of men to man them is in- State or municipal government la exPose .- structed. The lock type has been will, and this in their only[ country- them, insist tat authority tj $-
tariff bill be drawn in necessary good faith in a ftifficient. In a few :years, however UB to the risk of a war which selected. We al in favor of hav- and their only ling. They have shown of the courts shall b. sustained and .
accordance with promises made be- the usual appropriations for our might be' avoided if Federal jurisdiction ing it built as promptly as possible.We themselves anxious to live for it and are opposed to any change in. the I
fore the election by in coast defenses both on the mainland was asserted by suitable legislation must not now, therefore, keepup to die for it. Encountering the race procedure by which the powers of ;
party
and as promptly passed as due consideration power-, and in the dependencies, win make by Congress and carried out a fire in the rear vO( xl foie agents feelingcwngainst them, subjected at court may bo weakened and the fur f
will permit, It is not that the t them sufficient to resist all direct by proper proceedings instituted by whom we have authorized to do our times to cruel injustice growing out less and effective administration. of
tariff is more important in the attack, and by that time we may tho Executive, in the courts of the work on the Isthmus. We must yf it, they may well have our prfound justice bo interfered with. ,. ,'
\. runt than the perfecting of the long hope that the men to man them will National Government. hol.up their hands, -and speaking sympathy and aid in the struggle Having thus reviewed thl Questions 91
in respect to anti-trust reforms be provided 1 as a 'necessary adjunct. Monetary and Banking. inl"omin Administration I they are making. We are charged likely to recur during my Ad- i
lation and interstate commerce, legis- What ban been said of the Army One of tho reforms to be carriedout wish to say that I propose to devote with the sacred duty of making ministration, and having expressed in ;

latioo, but the need for actjon when regu- .mav be affirmed in even a more during the' incoming Administration all the energy pov"8ibe| and under their path a smooth and easy a we I summary way the position whichI
- the revision of the tariff has been emphatic. way of tho Navy. :A modern is a change of our monetary and my control, to the pushing of this ('an.ny recognition of their die.tinguished expect to take in re* mni dations '(
'-- determined, upon is more immediate navy cannot be) improyiscd. It must banking laws, so as to secure greater work on -the plans] which have been jmenany appointment, to to.S.nIJI and_ in_my conduct as an_ .f r
;-- --avola--embarras8menforb".ines8. bebuilt and in existence when the elasticity in f forms* of currency adopted, and to stand bpbird the men office 7rom amongJbelr number is. I invoke die cooildefmte.sympathy :'
emergency arises which calls fpr its available for trade and to prevent who are doing hrd work properly taken 8.an encouragement :.said .support cf. my.eUow.
-: 4 'It isixnparative that tbe'defc1E of the has and this predecessor in many speechesand to- increase the embarrassment! of this, greatest constructive enterprise just policy shall b plnue my ..
, Dash p -of "",000,000; sball not messages set out-with great force of a financial 'panic. The Monetary of modern times, l/ Bat it well admit doubt dutiao. :I.
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II The l Kissimmee Galley' Gazette. herein listed< DANGER IN DELAY I '

E'i < .. -- -.=-,", = i There belnirno further 'business, The Graystone i C. A. CARSON, Prealdeat. "",C. BRYAN, Secretary..
Council adjourned to meet at 7 P. in.
-t PUBLISHED EVEHV FRIDAY- !March, .\. II lt/utl. ". ". THE
W Kidtiey Diseases Are Too Daugerous KISSIMMEE. FLA. .
Office in Valley _Gazette BuiUJlng. T. Ellf9..Presldent.' .
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J. 1t Gilbert, C1et tlC'-- for Ktssitnmee Peopleto

7 KISSIMMEE. OSCEOLA COUNTY. FLA.wr Kis-iiiuu.i', \Fla., !March 6, l09.! Neglect.: On Lake Tohopekalijja. I Waters & Carson Grocery Co.

Council 1 met In regular adjourned The /great danger of kidney troubles Hunting, Fishing, Shooting/ ,
H. HARRIS, Editor end Pror'r.6UB8CRIPTK SPSSions there) .beinjt present T.V.. 4s that they get a firm hold before theIer..r Bathing, Golf Tennis. Hoque, Wholaaala and Retail D.alersIs .
.Kills: IVesident; \V. J Sears II. M. e / recognizes/ them. Health is Cricket Clock Golf, Haieball, Ii .
.. >N-RATE8t Mann, C. L. Bandy, J. W. Miller P. gradually undermined Backache, Trap Shooting" ,

On copy: one year .. .. .... 21 A. Vans Aunew,City Attorney, and. J. headache,ol.'rvousness.lamene
One One COIr.eoffjf.: three>tx month mo!,''''. .. ....Jl JJ 26 n. Gilbert. Clerk. ness, lumbago, urhiarv troubles, dropsy $15 Ui *2.1 per week. i
Thefollowing bill was approvedand diabetes and Bright'a disease follow -
ordered paid : Josh Howard, in mercilesssuccession Dnn'tneglect )
a.oormpendenla.All eommunlcatlona..must except be.Urned from bv our the authora writer.- digging ditch. on sanitary lot tti.On your' kidney....., Cure the kidneys To Our Friends:' COUNTY AGeNTS FOR
R.lectd matter wilk not be returned unleea motion duly I seconded, (motion with the certain and .safe remedy, Come and try .a meal at the I
..lid for.xnt..d. carried ), salaries of oJIIcers for the Doan's Kidney Pills, which has.cured hotel. Single meals f(0c: 21 I A Y CRATESGRAIN
-- -- -- tickets *10. Rooms 91 II I !|
--- ensuli (f-'year were fixed as folio.Salsry : people right here In KisslmmeV meal per I Celebrated Fertilizers
at the Poat.M .,. In Kiaainunee. Fla.. .. of Mayor S1HO; salary of Mar. H. Smith north side KI& ..m- day
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.eond-claaa mail matter.. .. shal and Tax Collector, 84MK; salary mee, Fla, sass: "1 found Doan's I KRK 1 E T (Y. !!
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l of Clerk $420; salary of Treasurer, ney Pills to be a remedy of merit, and '-' i -- Circulars and Price _ a-iv-s sB s* i

:\: Friday larch 12, 1909.. 1:10.: do not liesltaie to recommend them. H, W. THURMA 1, .. Pnrlfth,on Application. -vTV" ;,>
!My troubled for
3 I I The following petitions1 wer6 presented kidneys me some ,
r. ., to the Council by candidates, time. Backaches. were of common occurrence PROPI1 TOR.BVJVrfW. i .
. asking that their names be placed on and were often accompaniedby

k; PROCUDINGS[ Of CITY COUNCIL I thv'oRiclal ballot to be voted at the pains in the region of the kidneys. ........ i: HIDES FURS WOOL jj
Central City \Election, to be held| on The \kidney secretions were highly colored f
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14 Saturday. March 27, A. D. 190SJ : contained a sediment and were r,6t '-'A. >.ar Jk aRaQ'
A KISSIMMKE, FLA., Mar. .3. 100! ). 1'elltJ.on of T. !M. !Murphy for oUlce irregular in action. A friend recommended Produce !
lpfk The Council met in regular\ session. of ilia vor. Doan's Kidney Pills to me, laG M. TILLER > Country a. Specialty j

?> there being present T. W. Ellis, pres- >I Petition of L. A. Minx for office ot and I obtained a bowfrom the Kissliu- L <
r' Went; W.J. Sears II. M. Pfann, J. W. mayor. mee Drug Co.'and began their use. 5 Real Estate Agency ..wwwv.<
Miller and J. It.'Gilbert Clerk. t'i.tition of J. R. Gilbert for office of They proved very benellcial', not only I a ->
l 'i. The minutes of the'last meeting: were clerk. I relieving the backache and strengthening *ri \.aa.a\\.aaNNwNIN..aNa.\.. k '''

read and approved. Petition of J. Z. Robertson for ottice I my kidneys, but benefiting/ me
The fallowing: bills were' approved > of treasurer. I( generally I Realty I bought and sold. t Favorite Fertilizers

and ordered paid; I.o.lt: Petition\ of W. W. King for office of I For sale by all dealers. Price 50 tQ Houses rented. 'Jf
TM Murphy', aal.. mayor. IK 00waller marshal and tax collector. -cent8. \'oliter.llilburn! Co., Buffalo Taxes paid and Titles verified .
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Loraua ill marshal tQ
Walter Larana."Olt aa s 1" 00 marshal and collector. States.llememlier. ill
Ro'->ta aal/traaaurar of tax <
3Z Gilbert sal aa Clark . SS 00) Petition of Walter Lorenz for officeof j the name Doan's-and Life and Accident In- ---0--
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T W Ellia. nl.l .Id.rman. 1 W take. no other .
marshal and collector. surance.
O L Bandy. ..I.. aldarman l 110* tax
t "1' W J Scan ..I..ald.rman 1 W, Petition of J. McPhalter for office of <
.J H KiaalmnMa M Piano.iar7 Talephona- aa aldarman: .phone rant 160 I <10 marshal and tax collector. WILLIAMS'\ KIDNEY PILLS .. ,.....'V" 'V" .P...yr'grY'r'iF. ........\
.Q4J Petitions of members of council J.
W Makliiaun rent Council: room 1000 .
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P Dnn.al aa aupt of E L plan ]140 "0 Sears and J. M. Lee. cau.tf4l troub.u with your kidueyt and bladder? I I I SEc.TICIDES::;

jRGiltart.aalaaKL.PcoIlre.it.-* 68: The above names, aa requested\ haying Have >uu pails lu lolUK. srdeback,croina and .
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Walter lAra.... faadln prlaonan & !*' the required number.of qualified a."e. .v.|>clall7 you under the "1"appearanca"*? Too frequent 'I: Osceola. County -FOR | ;: A.
Oaoaola County. Abatract (,... Information (e) voiwa-,"h@'reuo.wertot'oeredplMCed] ,-a .' (Sunny W I Sera bouth...11.lee.Livarr Stab. ) wktarinc. txaaa -1 6 UO 25Clarmaa ):> upou the official ballot, with the exception I Wcesoc.) ..111 cure you.-At OBceula Pharmacy 'I J. M. LEE - KISSIMMEE

Baaa. witnaaa taaa 1 00 of the petition of J. M.-Lee:, : ,! Abstract. Company) :
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John Kin ,witnaaa faa 60 '
which was denied bv the council
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Cary Real witnaaa faa .. ...... SOW I j \I
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B Johnaton.moving.. *.. .,. .... .00 receiving the following notification: 'I"
t" .,W II Maklnaon.rant to March lat .... ... 10'Ouq I. To the Council of. the Town of Kis- O. P. GARRETT, Manager.
W B Maklnaon. mdaa for city...... ....... '<* a5 simmee City J .
> Fertilizer
Sanders
Stanford Canon OraYaa, mdaa forfeitKl I 'I Company. Jacksonville! Fla.' :
at Mac-h Uroa, hauling .. ......!!"; ., ".,,.., .* (>0. In case a petition, should be prepealed .Real estate j j. _ _'. ,p17AR.lT| ... ... ..,. '4": ,
t,, K; P Dann.axpanaa to ano.i.; ........ '2 00 I. to your honorable body lequei 1 Titles examined and reported on .
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1 B G bm't.frabrbt. for K: L Y. ;-.... .. 7 r* .ln rofet my name be placed on Taxes paid for non-residents '
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J Jno G Cktlatophcr Co.rods for L P. MWcatlnctioaaa I .
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Electric M f*to. mdM for the official! ballot at the corning election I[ Instruments relating to real estar/c
aLP ,. 18 :IIIo for any office, I hereby beg to no- carefully) drawn' -tEctE'fclra c tT. yc rE tf t cL 'C dre >; i
j Florida EetrlcC.. mda. for 122l0 ,11j
.! BLP. tify :you that I will not accept any
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H C Stanford wood f or B L P Al I'7Kiaafaama CorrespondenceSolicited.
Lumber Co,wood for E L w ae nomination for any office on said bal .
Mats *Uaiaon Oro Co. .ndio, for i L P 2 26, lot. [Signed] J.1 Lee . NOTICE !
Myr' Mack Braa.diayan for E L.f E L;' '2 00DaaMeCalliatar.drayavafor 'O State of Florida-Usceola County. I -- -- '"

8 B tJard_. labor E L P. -1>.<''> Before me personally appeared John I
I T W ElUa,labor and material ....uncil..m 11 40 M. Lee to me well known as the per *& .
j Jolm Mahmar.. atract work T 60 son described in and who signed the W. L. ''OJ .DUZDR ,(
Jofca: Howtd..tr..t work 7 '*, above I y To reduce stock in order to make room for my sujmmerW ;
notification and
Har-Howard. atraat work. . 8.OHKUalmmaa acknowledgedthat stock of spring goods we will sell our entire lot of Silk at
,..; I.unbar Cot lumber for cama- he executed the same for the purpose '
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Frad Mclnt ah. camatary wort 5 62 Witness my hand and official' seal I |
lY.dwkkD4.lnf.etanto.dWnfect.nt && MI thlsGlh day of March. A. D. 1909. One-Half Original Price. !

I The followlnocomoaunication wasreceived ARTHUR E. DON EG AN, IHREDDITT REAL ESTATE .

i which was referred to the Clerk: Circuit Court Osceola County, ,

'ioiI-. Street, Committee: Florida. I Will sell Woolen Dress Goods. t ACTUAL COST OR
t[ I To the Honorable. Mayor and City On motion duly seconded, the action JEWELER AND i LESS for the next 30
"' ". ,Council-Gentlemen ;l We, the under- of the mayor In appointing the days ror Cash Only.
{;" r 'signed residents of Emmet Itree inspectors and clerk for the general! WATCH REPAIRER.Call KISSIMMEE FLORIDAG. I:

''1iti would most respectfully request your city election, as published in call,
." honorable body to require all prop- were ratified. and see my Line of Watches t 1
rty-owners on said street wbo bares I On motion duly seconded, (motion F. KKIBBS 'H. C. STANFORD COMPANY
.not already done so to put do u ce'meatsidewalks Carried ). C. L. Bandy and J. It. Ull- t

from the Intersection bert were appointed a committee to I. >
At of Broadway to the residence of Mr. prepare the ballot and arrange for the Any article of Jewelry Promptly Ordered (*TTORN V-AT-LAW. it .ir a3sr 1 r3 r h3ir 1a 9r / frsawafrssKawsKafrjaftvaHaH;*
y .. }II. C. Bryan and as much farther aa election haying 600 ticket printed .
upon Request. Office in the Court House-ICis-
co.uncllroom. ._
: needed. The necessltT of sidewalks onthis aid election to be held in old Records.I I --
Edison Phonogaphs and Sl"lmee.
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street is TOrt ; I
.> We also request apparent that the city make There bring no further business, .___u._ .._ ____ __ With whom will: bealsoclated in the ONLY .-
:,L" food and sufficient walks over tbe council adjourned, to meet Monday. THE
,.,." 8'ytswVts, on this street and in rood March 29. A. D. 1909, at 7:30 p. m. R. O. MEEK trial of causes the law firm of

,.4 'comparison with the: walks. as put down T. W. Ellis, President. Massey & Warlow, of I .
',j. ", '>'b'- oltlsens.. J. R. Gilbert. Clerk. Orlando '
''Kindly this Has for sale choice lands In every
k give tour earliestatt.10otiOU
that there will very be no delay. 1909 Lace' Open in?at Kress& Co. portion of Florida, adapted for farming Purest
: aHf that they will be put down before or the growing of fruits and vegetables Dlt) J. W. SIMPSON I Drugs
of variety also phosphate -
t.'. 'the r ,season Is orer. Tampa. Ra. timber"and'ranch every ; lands.Exceptionally .
Yours
very truly DENTIST. .,
We will be pleased to send saaplea -
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Grocery at any time. ,\Val Lace DO for 2 fine bargains in orange .
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\ if. Dan Upstairs In Katz Building/ "
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yards, to lOc pVr yard Torchon ---"-
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,'r. Graves 8r. up ; groves. List your property "
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'< Orange Blossom I Laos'DO for 2 yards, up to .10o per him; he can sell i v recd It and collect WO.HOO--f S a. m..to 12 m. .. SOLD
t3 "j;: :J:rW. .....mia. W Lodge M. No. 80., yard; Cluney Lace Sc and lOc per your reo.... 1.30, to 5.30: p. m. ARE BY ---
Telephone No. 76 .Tun 5. Ivr
... yard; Persian and Venice brands lOc
Booorable
Mayor and Council
City
The : per yard; Lace Net, white and ecru, Agent for best Fire and Life Insurance "'
f'% focerolo, prtition' meets with 5Wttrmoloay
2&o yard. ..
\" < the approbation' of the Village Improvement per and Armour's Fertilisers. W. W. CARSON D. D. S.

.4" Society, end our commit
tee tiava secured the" lames signed to Kissimmee Florida. DENTAL PARLORS Osceola Pharmacy

,, pstltloa wbo promise to have cementtnktks should be studied by every parent. If RIVERA BUILDING
-put down on their property. I your child, is nervous fretful, starts j jin OVER OSCEOLA
fr We hope this petition will meet with Its sleep, is pasty faced bus rings PHARMACY _

yoo*approval, and that you will atan .. under its eyes, always seems hungry, 8 TO 12 ."O".
4 early date require more paving on is Dot gaining weight, you can be sure Sprigg FlemingCLEANING OfflOm HOURS I .' TO 5 u.W. .
.. our sidewalks. the trouble\ is worm. White' Cream
'i t ( principal) I Vermifuge\ is an absolute cure for Kissimmee Wagon Works
c, Mrs. N. S. Carson President. I worms. Is Us own purgative. Sold ,
55' Mrs. Conrad Bryan, Seo'v. by Ftoberson's Pharmacy. ,

> Council Instructed. Mr. H. M. Pfsnn PRESSING OPPOSITE CHRISTIAN CHURCH.
IV .. I Get your: school supplies from the
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Mr. J. W. Oliver
to' employ to take
Kisulmmee "d :I... WINKPHYSICIAN Under
f- J tbe level of the DIll Ditch north and Drug Company They DYEING New Management, with Thorough Experience and Up-to-D&te
full line and if they
< t west of town, from the public! road to carry a REPAIRINGLeave AND 8UROx0N.Rto.ra Blacksmith, Wheelwright and Horseshoer.
what want, will order it
J 1 Midland Railroad, and also to sur- you for you. j
Prom 33. KlMMllBB.FIX:: .
':Matthews' ROGERS' LIVERWOR ornca PHOMB 97. >WDA. All Kinds Blacksmith, Wheelwright Work and Ho.rBesho in.r

".. Ewvioff; any obstruction thereon. TAR AND OANOMALAOUAfot / a Specialty. .
word at house and clothes
The following Tax 8al..cerIJflcat.ee'j tha complete rare of Coacba.' Cold, my HEALTH ANDIVITALITY

were allowed redeemed at face value, .AII&b.4 to eonratnpHoa.BrooehitU and Liverwort all L.n.eomptal.teaendtos ; 'Tar and will be called for and returned. MOTTSt NBRyiN I .:"ILLS ALL WORK GUARANTEED TO: ATISFYo ., 1 1S.Iklt

J j'r 'without Interest No. 68 isle of Au- Wild.: Cherry, bare for aria mantaload an The greet Iron and bow rertoraUTe for men
;l.. :'jkleast 1,.1808, No 82 of. Anust.7.J89fln atabltahtMJ. rapuiatioa. as a aaixlard ooarhmmdr. sad women produces alrenctb and vitality ,
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eoataiua no oolnm *>r harmful bla1lda op the.7.14w tomr Trad
Instructed to cancel
and the Clerk was drug can be KlTen wltk Ml*** to chltdrea .Ipr. For aala by Oacvola Pharmacy' or bvve.1) On
...... A. &lJ7 ..rrooeoua..oertJ4cat.ea, .. orering4F .J.OQ-tIOI4!.b.b7 O.ceWa_ Pb.rmaayr Satisfaction Guaranteed 11-00 per box,S box<.for 6.eO. Will Traat: Yea Rls"t. .' JOHNSTON

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TtieKlssImmeeValleu( Gazette, Latest, styles In ladles' shirt waists Pictures mounted and-framed at the Roll of Honor. -'. Notice[ to Taxpayers., ANNOUNCEMENTS. J

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___ at H:U.: Stanford'Co.Singer Home Store.
The following pupils of the Osceola )I; will be at the different places listIng 'S
TELEPHONE NO. 11. Sewing Machines, and also Hon. Robert :McNamee ot Tampawas High School have been neither absentnor dates mentioned
property as
Wheeler & Wilson's, and all machine per For Marshal and Collector.
In town this week. tardy during the month ending below: .
supplies for sale at the Home Store. March fith, 1908, have made an av- eolfcit.tIonof .... '...
Shingle Creek, PreGIl1ctNo.., March I At-the many'friends. I b 4
,,1 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY] Cash or Installments. Everybody' can. Rev. W. AL Myrtle Is holding evangelistic era e' of W) per cenlor more In their elded to become candidate)for the office.( qty 1
afford to buy a machine, services at St. Matthews studies, with an average of pot less 16thCampbell *
--BY Preclr.ct No.3, March I Marshal and CoI..Dd hereby solicit the sag(; '
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church in this week.
Mr. W. G. Jones a popular con Jacksonville than 85 per cent in any one subject, 17th, port of UM voters of KlseUnmea.:

W. B. MA.RFMS.. _ ductor of the Seaboard, running be- In this issue of the Valley Gazette and< not less than \US percent in deortment. Peghorn Precinct No. 4, March 18th. WARREN KINO.:, ,
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._n__ -- -- tween Columbia and Hamlet is spendIng will be found the announcement of > I Narcoossee. Precinct No. 8, March 4 .

OFFICIAL. WEATHER REPORT. a few days here, visiting his sis 4.1 at. T. M. Murphy as a candidatefor FIRST GRADB-Ruby Grace Ban, Ruth Eleanor 19111. 1.For Marshal and Collector.=
Mrs. W. G. Ha klns. Graves Manrmret' Sfr. Pansy Bowen twnure J. L OVERSTREET.Tax .
Average temperaturefor week ending- Thurvday. ter, re-election to the office of mayor. Van Duxor. June. William. Ralph Phillip.. Ian t re.p.otttdlaolielt! the support/'aJI the sttk. '
March 11. 1909. The Rev. David D. Kldd will\ hold l>*nn. Jr., Willi.' Owen*. Assessor Osceola County. ..... of Khwfanmee for the oleos of Marshal. ..
When land In and around Kissimmeecan SKOONU GsADS-Mary Slnvletarr. PranoMPrcM.
services la the Episcopal church on . Mattto Stanf drTta.ulor. Bowen Hannriinalotary. Tax(.Collector the appihlnc.Ie tio. If'elected
'I Mln: Asia Sunday next. Sunday school 10to 11: be bought for from 110 to KX an Frank Bryan. Ned Bullock. dcar3ry It will be mr p....ur.a.w.Uas my dirty-
i' Mas.l I I 'fal4l'rid.y. holy communion at the close of the acre according to location that will nTHIRD- At Fraternity Opera Honse. to meet all UM requirements. of the office wale "
GaADs-C.rl Pr. 9'ow.ll Guy. John
dollars' worth of v ;
produce thousand
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1--- Sunday school'service; evening prayer Dann. Jr. I'ick Bullock. Walter Hyde. Earl Bar fidelity and......_. sew I IJ
: 71 M and sermon at 3.30. truck wear, is it any wonder peopleare ber. Bradley i HarrU. tlargtret Stanford.: RubyDuke. .: : alcPHATTEB.hor : q
.. I rat 45Sunday ".tSaturday buying It every dav? Nonle Drinrera,Uu..!.Wlnn. MARCH 18 i
. N4 1(1 My offlcewll hereafter be locatedon FOURTH GRADE-Anaon Kexford. Roscoe Dann. -

Monday . ;i I a5 hi the. second floor of Fraternity Hall Mr. and !Mrs Frank Learning of Prator Gilbert. Eddie. Campbell Mattie Belle Harris Marshal and Coilecto;; #.
F1PTH GRADK-Thelma Dann.
WednaaydaY I $ tThurad.y and will be open every Saturday. Cape May, N. J., who are numbered Ethel '-. Susie belt Myrtle Collier. CeleiWHowley. The MISSOURI GIRLFred I announce wit as a candidate for Marshal
414 55 Hours 8 to 11 and 1 to 4. among our regular winter visitors Ruby Whldd.n, Lewi. KnUihl... RaID, and Collector. and solicit your rot**. If elected I
1 P G. WHITE. left for their home last Monday They Bearden. Montcalm O"nu.m. Oliver. ,
wlU do
Erneet Oliver. George Morriion. my duty.
Optician and Hefracllonist. expect to return earlier next season SIXTH GRADRu"" rrevatt, Ella Dau. OlaFIoJ'd UaTmonrf's Most Successful C.C TURUNQTOH.-. +
and make a longer stay. Ethel: Tanner. Marvin DriIr........ LaurenceTreea
Mr. J. U. Hale and family, who are Marvin Murphy Marie ------------- numbered among our most highly esteemed Mr. S. H. Bullock who will retire ; GRAOB-Bettie Pheriiro. EleanorMoaeley. A beautiful stage picture,' sparkling

winter residents, )Jeff Tuesday from the abstract office on April 1&t. Ella May Gilbert. Helen Overatreet. Mae with dramatic brilliancy, pure and For Marshal and Collector. Fy

[ J"E' fIE for their summer home at Omaha, Illinois has rented an office la the netv Fraternity Williams Bob Bullock, Nina Eddie Bratton.Hansel.Emma Bass.Edward Joe Newton PreVatt.: wholesome corned, realism and Dellevlnathat I can fill the offloe of Marshal

I LOCAL D.i being called away .month building, where he will attendto Lawrence\ Carr Nathan Bryan. scntimeot Elaborate scenery and and Collector to Uw satisfaction of the dtlse**efKtaelmmee !:
earlier than usual by lllneis of rei bin duties as justice of the peace, : EIGHTH GRADE. -Lucy Johnson, Lucy Buckles.Marie . effects' Novel fI'P<>clallies and mu. and relying. on tnx personal record fee

tives. and In connection therewith will opena O'Herry.NINTH i.Aoa-Elon Ouk.:.. Mildred 'Lee. Mary lea) numbers. Everyone will| pleasantly the put twenty-two rears to this. oountr. bin. fd,

AM--- ----"'''' Mrs. Caldwell entertained her a-I real estate. &lrency.KllI'lmmee's . Lee Oliver Bessie hidden remember those typical Amer. .by announce ell candidacy for said offloaan4promise. _
'TENTH GRADE-Iris Oliver. Clarence Johnson. "
with delegstiontothedrand bessie Moaaley.TWELFTH ican characters, Xeke, and Daisy . If the pooplo elect mo. to perform cepduty
tronll'Moodayeveolnjt a ELJCVBNTH: GRADB-
Wade the Tuner. Orlando. by her music class. As usual, the pa- \ Lodge K. of P. in session at Miami G..oaerta Bryan Merle Huddle- with their jolly companions, honestly and faithfully to'the baR of mrability. .
Kstelle;; Albert Parker. I l, with them again WALTER
f stun Overstreet. aid wantto .uen LORKNZ.
this week home tomor- .
Typewriter for 15, J. M. Willson Jr. pits acquitted themselves In a very': are expected -
theOsoeola Pharos
advance sale at ;
creditable and the parents row Private adv-lces received here The -
H. C. Stanford : manner Just One Straw. Reserved Seats l!>e, general y.
goods at macy
New spring were highly pleased with the progress .state that Friendship Lodge was hon For Couxcllmia.
Co. '* ored bv the elevation of Hon. W J. I 1 admission 511>#, and chil- 11
shown. | Mr. U. B. Leake State Manager 0"'- dren Zits I .hereby. announce mraelf a candidate for tk..
Sears from Grand Outer Guard
Dwellings, for rent apply to M. Miss Mattie Bandy will hold her Grand Inner Guard. to lanao,. Fla. office of City Councilman and solicit tb.uppersA
Tiller. aoring opening next Monday Dear Sir J am in receipt of check of the voters of Klsslmmee."

For Bicycles, Shanibarger, Orlando and Tuesday, February 15th and IBth.' Senator Buxton of Vermont and No. 1412 for twelve dollars and eighty- JOHN M. HANSEL.' .... _
9-flt- All the ladles of "be.own and county Mr. A. H. Farror I of New York: were three cents, handed me by yourself
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are cordially Invited to attend and Bee distinguished guests here this week and given by the United States Health
i. 'Nu naIlY's candles fresh every week her displays The latest styles will be These gentlemen expressed themselvesas and Accident Insurance Co. of Saginaw A For Co.;; .. ll..a.. ,

at the Kisiimmee Drug Co. on exhibition. welt pleased with our town and I' Michigan in settlement of one r / At tho solicitation of numerous friends f he.. 5'
and It Is 1 Intention week's disability caused bv sticking
D'redRaymond's climate their to decided to become a candidate for Councilman.and. G
Splendid assortment of dress gingham The Missouri Girl, inth'fe visit us again, when" they will probablr '. nail in my foot. 1 desire to thank you, .believing that U,.office should. seek tho a aa

at H., C. Stanford Co. famous comedy, -will be presented House rarfke some investments. They personally and .to express my entire' and lOOt A.in...uwo/11a, I shall use 110,.u.e.
city at Frater.ityOpera on were so pleased that the senator bad satisfaction in the settlement-' my
BMthod than Oil annouaoanMnt to Induce tile
tlon C. A. Carson made a business the 18th. This will be a pleasing announcement the'ladles of his party come down In claim; and to.say that it will; always voters of Kissimmes:. to support ma. '
week all who good, '
trip to Tallahassee tbie to enjoy their automobile from Orlando lend give- me "pleasure tospealo a' good fl.T.3t.'R1VE6&:

,'..,... ;".:-The Home Store are 'al! nt. for-the clean comedy. Seats' .on 'ale at theO.ceol spent the/ dav_At.J.he Gray stone. word for the old: U. S. Health and Ac- -
Laundry, Phone 154. Pharmacy: ,. cident Insurance Co. for the way it
White Star ; Mr. George'Saunders and his sister, Mr and :Mrs. Jas. E. Davis of Sha- has of setllifcg its claims so promptly., For Mayor. f!

Ladies' ready-made skirts; In all Miss Catherine !Saunders have arrived ron, Pa and Mr. Henry, A Davis of Yours. truly, KiuiMMia. Fu*.. March IL IV*.\ U
styles and colors at H. C. StanfordCo. from Connecticut to spend some Plttsburg, Pa., returned on Wednesday E. MACH. In the hope that the people ffonerally approve" ?i '

time and are guests at the Park. from a ten days' trip down the This is not a very large straw, but I J lfl my administration aa Mayor of the Town.arala.

J. 11 WhlU'hsrd of Dawson, George was quite seriously 1 injured in river. It was their Intention to p o just large enough ""to show which way submit myself as a candidate for the office" and t

Mrs at the home of Dr. M. an automobile accident some time ago, through to FortMyers, but the tivaclnth the wind blows. I re-elected.. promise' a oontlnuaneeof my ptmnt' a
Ga.. la a cuest
Hicks.. but has now fully recovered.: ) blockade at the entrance to Lake H. B. LKAKE. State Manager, LAND TALK policy. Ti M.MUWHT. ,,
3. Okeechobee had not been cleared away U. S. Health and Accident Ins. Co.,
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Paul of Nor- I
Use Plank's Chill Tonic. Guaran- walk, Ohio, are spending a short time sufficiently to permit their launch to P. O. Box 397. Orlando. Ela. should interest all ..ho wish to increase 1909 Lace Openlnr at Kress'& Co. ,
all through. The reporthav
25 cents. Sold by pass party
teed. Price! here guests at The Graystone. They their worldly wealth.
uin-8 had most delightful time, and it "
drugritists. express themselted as delighted with fog is possible a they will make the trip Of Interest to Teachers. There will never be another. crop'of Tampa' Fla.

. Mrs M. Katz returned home last our town, climate and 'surroundings; again before returning to their nortl-- land. We will be pleased fcovseod you samples
week from Miami, where she visited the and will probably come next winter ern home. Stetson University offers free tuition In other sections it cftn only oe purchased at any time. Val ,Lace 60 for 2
make. much sta,. free room rent and a reduced! at high fiirures.
family of Prof. Hinton. and a> longer very yards up to lOc per ''yard; Torchon i
We have repeatedly!! stated that the rate for boarding I to teachers and prospective Around KU-lmrnee there U mil I Lacefic for : to 100per"<
.yards > ,
Mrs. Clay Johnson left on Wednesday -' P. O. White the optician, has just soil In and around Kisslmmee is as teachers who wish to take the some to be h dtat\ moderate prices.Itt yard; Cluney Lace Co up and lOo per
of last week to visit her daughter, received a new oculometroscope one of in the normal department hands. 1
good as any and superior to most review course sale is in my yard; Perslan'and Venice brand lOo, w
Mrs. Steffee, at Nichols. of the latest\ instruments for properly that in the south for the cultivation of during the spring term, beginning Parties desu'log to obtain some of I yard; Lace Net, white-* and ecru,' '
the and fitting glasses. per
testing eyes fruits .ncT"ejOtables. and our state- March 31st and continuing nine the richest land in the SIDle should
Zfio
Mice Ruth Little of Plant City, aftera If eyes are bothering you this per yard. : y
your ments are being verified daily by those weeks. All tfte railroads of Florida communicate with m... I .L + I
visit to her aunt Mrs. D. P. Graham Instrument will surely .locate the consented grant.sspecial reduced Full information ...bout location of I"
who have, engaged in truck growingthis have to : 1 La..,.
Wednesday.For Examination free, .9 ,f .
home trouble.
4 left for past winter. There are a hundred rate of railroad'fares.! Ticketson choice farms, prices, terms, etc., will ? i
Sale-Setting* of 15 Plymouth Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Fuller came up acres that are today producing: magnificent : sale March 2Vth. 30th aid 31st, 1809; given. .- I of good health should, ....neD' sick. 1

Rock: ergs for $1 can be had by calling from- Lakende Groves last Sunday crops of cabbage, potatoes good/ for return till June let 1900. A mess Instead of letting themselves net'

up on phone Paradise Island. I and spent a portion of the week In beans, squash, celery,, lettuce etc., neat Itttle bulletin giving full Informa- Furnished house Including piano., sick and then try to cure it So long
.. While here they packed and offered etc1. well I as you keep your liver bowels.and
town. that up to six months ago had never tion concerning courses eleven-room dwelling artesian t.
wood delivered in town at shipped their furniture having decided card to Tocaiioo. stomach in a health -and active con ,
Stove felt the touch of a plow, and we predict , can be'had by addressing a garden. Nice Price 2100.
1.00 per strand. to make their permanent home at that. within a year there will\ be' A. L. L. SUHRIE, dltlon you wont gel sick. Ballard'sUerblne 1

16-tf..KJSSJMlIIEE LUMBER Co. I Lakeside Groves. Klsslramee regrets one thousand additional i,cres doing Director of Normal School. DeLand relieves constipation'ioaa'

Mattie Bandy Jnvltes all the to lose Mr. and Mrs. Fuller a* restdsnt ,I 1 the same thing, when Klssimmee will Florida. tire liver andrall stomach and bowel.
Miss i I J. M. WILLSON JR. troubles. Bold by Koberson'i Pharmacy. ,
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ladles to attend her spring millinery I be the most important shipping point .
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college If so ] for in the state. For Exchange. ,
opening next Monday and Tuesday I Do you-want to to garden produce
e 15th and 16th. we can help you. We have alreadyput I I 10 acres river front, all fenced, KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA I' Old papers can be purchased at ibis t

In', hundreds through college by means I In Florida. ditched and cleared and 6 acres )1111[ NOTARY PUBLIC.STATC at LARGE office for 20c per 100 and there 'is nothIng : '
1 For the best fitting' latest styles of our plan. Write today for full Information I bearing grapefruit and oranges, and REAL ESTATE AND. INSURANCE better to put under matting. y'
ladles' and children s footwear go to I I rtgsrdlogourofferof a free Makes me kind o' proud somehow .4 acres In vegetable land. There are I

the ol4 reliable, shoe dealers, -H. C. ,I cholarshlo in any school or college. Just to live In Florida; 550 feet of high river front on the Ca- - ------ -

Stanford,JC). Address Robert J. Sherlock, 29-31 Alnt no other place I 'low loosabatcbee- river, ABSOLUTELY a

Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Beeland haverented East 22d Street, New York City. 2t Qulte'to good a* Florida... > ; FROST PROOF and the riparian rights
Murphy's new bungalowon Course there alnt no other state on the river.This grove is three miles My Spring Millinery:
Mayor aodconsecrat.ed
Rev. D. B. Strouse, an able
Posslel avenue and commenced. worker will begin special Half so dear or half so great, from Fort My' rs. There is a fine shell)) S
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Can't nobody estimate road by the grove. The owner wishes
housekeeping. services with p* at the Methodist river front and .
fine
What we've got .In Florida. to exchange this ,
Mr. Herbert Sewell, a former resident church next Sunday morning and continue grove for a good house or business

of Klssimmee but 119- living at through the week. The pastors Water: water everywhereGood uroperty or a small hotel In a good

Fort Meyers, was greeting! old friends and members of other churches and to drink in Florida. village in Florida. Price M.OOO. free Opening

here Wednesday. visitors In the city are cordially In. Land enough and some to spare and clear. Address J. P., care Lee W

Misses Mamie Woodall and Florrle vited to attend 1 AS. T.these MITCHELL meetings., Pastor. Waiting here In Florida. I,! County News Fort Myers] 'I&. It
entertained from Friday Anything that earth will grow .
Lawson were .,
E. B. Reynolds of Hagerstown, -. yr
Miss Myrtle Billiard Rev From tater up to mistletoe A Swollen Jawis
till Monday by
arrived in town this week and ,
island. Ind., Wecllnfro"/ it, don't you know.
at her home on Hllllard's will spend some time. Mr. Reynolds i Here in balmy Florida. not pretty nor pleasant. WhetherIt's THE BIG] EVENT OF THE SEASON WILL BE HELD r

LOST-A gold fraternity pin with will be remembered as having been caused by neuralgia too'bache oraccld.ot. .
Liniment
Ballard's Snow
i Jewel In it; name on oack: L. Kendrick. here during our last wet and dry campaign Alnt no riders out o' night/ the swelling: and relievethe J \ +-
he recdered service will reduce
when
Please return when found to yeoman Riding here in Florida; for

C. A. CARSON. again in establish defeating saloons the in movement Klsslmmee.. ; to People-sure When you to get treat to you Florida.If right. rheumatism pain. The, cuts great, and burns sure bruises cure IJondaiJ and Tue daiJ f arch 15tb and IBth ,

i Born to Mr and Mrs. J. M. Dickinson Our citizens are pleased to extend' to your heart slot satisfied scalds. -any and all aches and pains. ,

I of Narcoossee, a daughter Mrs. him a cordial welcome: on the train and take a ride, Sold b11wbersoo's Pharmacy.Old I .
Dickinson i Is a patient of the Church Jump,II be on the side '
t Home and HosoltaK Orlando Re- WANTED-Success- Magazine requires When you get sunny to Florida. paper for sale at the Valley fi' 11
services of in Kin '
a man
ponel'-Btar. the -E. N. JOHNSON Gazette 01 oe. SUPERB EXPOSltfj TOCfr.THE: SEASON'S BEST STYLES,
l slmmee to took after expiring subscriptions ..r
Mr. and Mr. Douglas T. Bates, of and to secure Dew businessby ill
", LouiTllle, Ky., who bavebeeo spending means of special method unusual Laundry. j A CQRDJAI-1f: hy1TATIONIS; ] ] EXTENDED TO ,lI *:?

L some weeka here, left for Webster Iv effective; position permanent; prefer The agency for the White Star DROPSYASTHMA

" ,. Florida to spend a short while one with experience, but would laundry is now at the Home Store ASTHMAPILES AIL THE LADIES 5
before returning horn consider any applicant with (rood natural and If you wish to have the boy oallon PILESCANCER

Dr. M. J. Hick bas' moVed his of- qualifications; salary$1.60 per you weekly, just ring up 1M, and I '.

fice frOta the Klsslrnnee Drug Co.'* day, with commission o Uon. Ad- you will be gut on our list ail\ and called In any form cured and prices rea- .
dress with references, R C. Peacock on weekly. The work U done in '
store to the aecood floor Of Fraternity l sonable.] Address tNTRS.:

,Hall where he has a splendid suite oS of Room New York.102. Success Magazine Building 2t -, I prices.an efficient* .manner- ..and_ _at, Tampa DR.: JOHN t: rATTERSON.. AtlsatB,'Cs.:

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.f.HIREOFSTATECONVICTS: 1 ...Pre-ocollntf' ,THROUGHOUT has; teen:_THE!; practiced STATE* foe r( OO 'ilion sf An exciting Mexican'J>f.xl
: tome time in California to prepare or.', 1i-Ii) Q Ii) QIII"" fIJ e.... of flooring bulls with the hand front r: ; ; "' '
FannSujgested foi Women and : taking the heat f (W "' "' t'I"" "' t'I_$ bonebaclc! .
.' anges for shipment by 1ItI. ... IItI-Ql e e e"" $ ,The rider* gailorplng after Highlands ::s - '.
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Infirm fvuit'ithd keepingcooL!1
Men.fSflME out of the ; the bull seize It by the tail, and I
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It ia regarded 88 giving better'results Macadam nnd Automobiles., (passing his leg "over the tall forthe _____ f

: NEEDED REFORMS than Icing cars. It Is also coming; into The Question of improved roads sake of leverage tho :
pulls door beast
growers $ ; .I1ctioLookthT4wdri': i;
Florida oiluige Prompt
| use/ among1 has been introduood versus the rubber Urea of automobiles -, round sideways until It trips and goo ; p'lea.IQ' ..

I. Only AW. Bodied Mal. Priaoa SbouId .Jlib-sfmo Starke process thoroughly chilling 1$ forcing'Itself I on the attention_ ,.crashing, to earthaiBldj doud.of: -is Their Pre.ervatfon: f :
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eereI"'rt1lf"1na1'kedJ' Trreed1 r to Convict Contractor. .w. .. I ....
increase in the
/ Punta Jorda'a( shipment of, fifth on deterioration of its needs .a strong' hand and steadynerve's Editorial. fa the Century _, _
i '- Tallahassee Fla.-In, hla' .Inaugura'suldrons. :I improved highways since '
;. jlco one Meek I'ec..mly'amounted to565DOQ automobiles ,. or hit nwry Dad himself in +W+I.\'<.(..).;,A T was good the whole that 'the
J' ] jieVs to Hudaon-
country
,.:. Governor Gllehrlst gave / .pound. That, little city canoe Into use.. In England the ,coal; trouble.-Wide WorM dagasine \, ...
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Wrong approval to tIle suggestion I j should! pi) 'ouper with Us. fisheries suitfruit per mile of maintaining; rutal macadamized =: : Fulton, CeloWatlon l Commission ha made by the commltiloner ot agriculture T uieisurea toward the ) of the enlryor ..
I and vegetable interest?. roads has Increased' thir :: : peiiniliicnt defense\ <:
4j that those staid cpnvlcla who aro KISH 'SAI..AiD. *, :j;:: the Hudson River against sjch Injuries as are to be teared' '
no 1 Thfie teems to be ,lio end of tltp,de. ty-one jier cent. In the last teTa yearsjwmTCrtlhrTaiiiVweoflt !!" 1' !
,.womenAi..I, infirm."irt.. should. !. FQrttleBlll
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be leased but i j'Woproenr'of Ta-hT"a| '-clganntcrt-Bts":"'r' \ Iotrtidj has ) per-dlsb.- -eppe'tixing 4.:T T'=1l' m-l'tYrl'B'1 (Jc>II"'rJ"l1ulld1JIJtsuug-a'11dlet-us'!? :; ; hope; trom-/ < ;: :
contrattois
-_,I ,should be detained out lo on' a farm or ntome Another new factory is to be. erected increased nine' per cent, ;Jn this fish salad may serve ae the piece : +*++++..t.I. Aulgar] advertising and all the other forms of desecration by

other' eiujilojinent owned and \tI<('f'O. | country the same fact la reportedw4uefevePft4teit4len4sIft4d.tlit. de Tesltlt n'e. Remove two or three. ::::;:::::;,, which! beauty sacrificed\ to commercialism. GeL Stewart .....

; Op.tl'4if'dfytbC'Wllltt'i, -ep.sstd. ,. i 110 Ton'b ..Hlpiinlnl! rninrt_nf.fj.ha...I- ._New Yarmouthb1oatri'Bfi'on o i izIn -4+4"1.4II I +_I- "' Voo4fr4pu-ea4bo4oftheioinmiaslojIImaeelruewn--Utla: <

tBa ,hope 'that (suggestion. would ,' "ollJmltiblouer of IIgrl.cultllle Is 'a bulkyl'I.I".tJoulltl Jersey, which led the other States in and bone them and cut the-m into purpose. initially, In tilt appointment! of a special committee

be enacted into ,law: volume of five hundied1tii.d ,I Improving country roads, is now surpassing I pioccs. Mix with them; places of on the subject \un'ler, the chairnuni-hlp or Judge''Alton U. Parker whose djs-

'"'his movement l is making; .v'OKreBH, bound iillIety-i3eeii! piiKes..Quniteily with whknN them all In attempte-to regulate celyry and dress. ,-with' O.1I and vinegar iiKiilshed legal .iliilltj will be of i-lpnnl; sei\lco In drafting such l legislation
Uio Kloilda ( llullo-
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The schedule of requirements! adoptedby I their use bY' automobiles or mayonnaise One woman some as may bo desliulile, Hon, Fiederitk \\'. Seward chairman of the plan and
so as
the 'board of l'OlUlJlfllblOl\er Dttaate I tin ol /hale of January I,.. JIIII il! coiiu. ,- : times
add
.uliiK one liuntLieJ uud sxl! yolle adiht <(o secure the least Possible two or three salt anchoyle ctopo commlttei I has also-, <'\pi'eased himself favorably to the Idea.There
which
liistltutloim- I is conlpus'd
"i- 1tt4s-- s--ttgt-itiltui'pf--- --Noone *w,ho-seeks-- minced fine and sprinkn." r tho- couldhoi'e\vgi-liuierfor-nu---ol--imn'tnei--iu&l to the famous first navigator of tIle
or I.I1Q-g vf'l'nor nnd hw "oflhIr9I1':
Bet-with which he contiuctor. for I ili<. I I minds I 1 of our 1 K'.clsl.iKjrfl;I I CO\'<'I'I\ almost J JdH4uultt need BO outside ol J>ltlsbu .salad after It ls".rreBt 4..... .
c\i-iy iniajf Ina")Usubjei t of leg- it., Ho can see for "Sun. )'Oluti |he Ol private Impair what should continue u, !>o
_ _ lease of all state (mulcts for the foul' I Iyeari "damage'j: ._C ,, ________ __ power parllm to part
Nlutlve:: 1 I ,I luti'iewl I I It follows flint thl.' -------'- '
beglnnluwJanuarj' 1. ioiu' niii"i I boulevards the effect! of the of I the heritage oTtTiCHflTflT1In : .

comply, contain I the following "1'1.1\1"-1 j tiiunt I "has Honioth'1 noI] in"It mulled lutin cbs and can easily (, the H./ only H. GBIEH'I sucotinrul UONI, of Atlanta. <1&.. aN arriving at what I IB! tlie.bovt' 1111 thod of legal procedure the committee ..
Drojxv
Bpalaltnti
lusuof <>\nj! leadyi' as boiuv oftin ,I ID the '
f Joni I ('IlIISCSIrotlh! It may be. world. He. their llhoral offer In JrerU- which Is acting for tile whole cOllnlr ', would have the support of the press
I iiHi! a/liii'M In their ( .
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,K' "Anyone presenting a 1.billfoi>1 1 the say i lt'OHlIe'ttlts.The ) i I determine tho piopoillonal form of lD.nt la another ootuma of this pap... and l the public In \cirlne! I h<' n'n.'i.tl, de-lie, .tHat the action should not bo
Jt tilro ot state | IH 1 tujjnajne LilA fiom 1ho Atlantic to bo
1' P1 I OUCIH ( /JulI'< > I
I each The suction of rapidly revolving tentallvebut III its ultlmati (IIn',1. Thertf must be an exploratory
lull pOse
: ; (\\ therein tin cnjilta) ]1"1'i lIunuth < ulfsan icceiilly made in a SUhoiHO' 'The management of the steam
I rubber tires Is one cause, fspec- operation' but I the ditf-Uc one to follow. iiitiHt h be planned for. There should
14 he the the auioraoblla! with 'rovctieadwii'Ha
price mil
; or ) ugice" to ]I'U> 1'0\1 roads entering Pails I$ considering H
U. ,etaU of Florida for -nllonate' pitaon- / bj' Mi.' and d I'S. (; 'orge IFUiKll /. 'II! lally active when the roads niu dry. proposition to electrify. all line for not be any delay in I taming; u complete) and workable plan The publjc In .

1 era subject to all of the abo condiMlth ) \ 1 And h K:, H. Case. The d disiaiW I ", I The tractive1 force of the driving It'r..st'alld Kooil R8 .n.i.iieil:, if our foust", our ravIg-iible' : riversand our great

1 (toni. he expiei-s, uiidcihtandl" } uo hiiiitlied I. and eleven' in I los, from | wheels !ii> another f>spp.clnlly'h..u some considerable distance into( the scenery are Immediate anil ijataimnint nnd Jlt h1'le opinion has been sufilclent-

!g and Agreement that fluboaid or torntalssloners Si' bmi/M and tayt tona to I lie Tarn- i tiro surface is soft The chained tires.I ,suburbs. ly educated to tome to the hupjioit' ol, I commission, Joist as It did! In the .

of state liiMltut'.uns. .t-bull 1 a I IUi>' hold wm> uiudu III lift), IIUIIIH. are a noted: dlslntegrant. during and matter of the saving of the PallBades, Tin State of New J"rl1.lIlto" -

.iz authoilzcd b) liiw, have I ho i l'l Inht4Atany Thu'1 ,\ foiled-} the o.ids good.l Only I ono I !a(ter thaws BABY HORRIBLY BURNED of the" Hij-hlandB I (ci' I tin- nat'ion. and nm'-t\ 1 si e that theyjdo Y'lrk.l"'Q.; Injury., h
: : time doMie will iouli plain wus nii'l with, Ibis Is
they mm to )- ) ) I' Automobil
i are more dceily interested It tin'it; is ono false. u.,thin "hle-h inouthan) I imoUier baa masqueraded
;; from said It'll" all women ami the tlrbt jIID'l:1iUcq fl trill] has been Boiling Grease-'Mkln All Cam*. .
,h Invalid! male piisoneitt, mid fiom t tin. in.itli. In the preservation: of good 1 Off One Side of Face anil Hea l- (inder tin name of hIIc"rty) it It. that of "pi'ivnle t'IcIms( ," Owners of property

., time of (the withdrawal of ml.lM.m- A I ilnee liuiulr" ] poutul) jewflsh reteiuh I ronds than any other cl.iss If sonic Thought Her Dlillicured For Ilfet.d fchlch Is being itsi-ui to tin, dt-liliin i 'ut of H* i' )lil.l4-s r health and welfare cry

I *- en and Invalid, male. IJlI<
It 'H .. .- shall pav I 15 pt-i ci'iu I I una1"WOnthe had a |JIK/ <- lion bolt ID its jaw that the wear and tear the good! rondi baby wa Hitting' bide the fender confiiscato! tnklilH, front I tin. peOfle' t.ik.i't. thlnn which should not Inhere In -

: per iajiltii, amount of s.ilil, Md would 1 w <'l 11>li heviial jiounds.Ihe they enjoy vlll be -s1ort! -hi'c'd, !tl'hero and we were preparuiK the braikfaat when private owniishlp. I/ Tin, country In. waUIn I ;:; tip' to tbN I and JudiclJil decisions
._ made-und1'' 'I tho ii'fum and ; ; Is, of universal endorsement. the fr)'ing'pan-full of boiling wu
a timlli C et. till b,'ach fiom Uiniond, to course greue upset In :Malmaid:, ] :New IMhave laid down a widi-r, area of \pperntlon for the
I 'catlona" of and it went all ncr one BIde of her III"e'
the
> herein set foith Mosijuito liiT't;' 1ms bicn foi mall;' bet hope that such ml'thocJs111 and beauSome principle' I that I jou miii-i not 1 it jtirin noiliirn t rlilits I ; I i in the- enjo) tI'ut of your.
},} "The coninilsIotuiof one Wiped| i the scald.! with aowel'pulling '
ni'ikuluiie' \ bo p'rfec'tt'd.,1o.'t'xt '
1 : niniit nt a public .bithwav foi speed spline or Hummer the entire skin off. We took own-tlial oihei, bt'IrijB In I tin so inst alls the g.'nprlll'plIlJllc, .
and.lhe board of ioniifllBlonei
_ i* of I tests U itd I amoiiiubile I I aces I rout Maich we can have practical-knowledge'; her to a doctor. He tended her a week It H I to 1 hI' hon|;.eti 1 that tin i law makers' of New York will I nee their opportu- ,

tate Institutions(' will Inotasc i' I ihe 't pci' 22 to .Mai ill :2!bJ( I lj)' tile iuuntcom. of the value' (If Qillng'or tarring the and Ita,':PJ: me some stud to put on. Out it ally this winter to niluxh!, t lie ]jmblir cU-uiaiul. HO firmly In l 16KUlutive; action
't'-tJicap1ta--pr1 A > Ti: ,
per ainiutn > r ( < lit
; ; pi ml lol"1 ololiisla, This 1 IH' done cltv roads
> a country or that "' ore po all fosteied and I thought the
.Lou All pilsoneis nol SI wit IIlII'a n baby was thaI i hito iiiusiv I'nll'l'11th t I t ]pride upon' I c-eleliiatlon of next atittifltflcoil'
; uiidei )lie 11-'iuii] 't'IIIL'ills ot IhitIit\\ *'* 01Kloilda treated last fall EnjdneOrs< of Hnrojie ufigiirpil fur life I used about three '. .
-i.tionieald lease xrioub of lii\iii I g ilnibulhli 1 i 1<'tl 1 II. ito in ti its'ifl more I laHtlng I thllnI.JUO... as a
I and 1 I It' all/ts I I the famous; raccnloi and America aie working at boxes of Cutiourn Ointment ant, it .
.1.0'. !l:1' "Tlie commissioner of ngilcuUin this '. wn ait>m >ii.il of the gn.it ptrsouagc s'whom we lire called upon to honor,
that wonderful
TicaiI subject. Concurrently it seems how it healed. In about, five
jXS ajuj board
of lommlsslonc'is uf Hlun'Instltutlona ,
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.. -I I'In." 1 lapal; l ('"unly t i'ommTs >- leHt-iM'I ih ilftht In nnwl lt.A. I
',' niohii,) to 1 Innurd mark to tell here the scald hail been.
'i I Imm"dlalt'\y PUt worth while for nutomobih' ('oURII'II-!
Ify contuut foi I lie Inn of .'
t any sini. icindilion nun'h of I the toad HIT skin IB just like v..lve111"", hare, When
** tors to ImcBtUate tho tf
prlsoneia, to tin- i-xii'in til hash, onh jiossililllti'
c lion: .lai Ksdinjlle to St t. August lute, I IOiinonil I henry St; :South Shield, Durham, KngTlKid JOB PRINTINj(
fB those capable of i in'ifi' i rut I nlf ( i;',t"o tot; some material for 111<'11 I n'\\s of nutoaling Man$ 22 lOUR "
f.n ,
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1 411 d 1 ) I ton as Ik wltliln
'Borvlce at nuiuiul luljiu," 1 liloUle! I tiros I loss clKintegi I ItsT
f.j: tjhle. I IIIluiuiu-' mill thut tlie bl, Jolina | I in IWtor Drug t Lhem Corp, Sole Prop you wantWe .
Th propbeol lo dt't.ilnoincn and iDlllllj' olllilals! ate doilii; uhaf i Ih.l -. I II action on the surface of t tie' roads 1 of: dutirurn Kemedies. BoRton. Man*.

Infirm jmalu piUunoiH i>n a state turni, < Illl 10 llllM .1 (.IMXI( i lOild, through Illlll Kiiither. It can linnlU b,' deirTrd do all kinds Of Printing at Reasonable Prlcc..4? -

thus forming a iititkim tota "la'1' ( ( iiiton tlu tine lino that I the automobile (joint at t thlity From Flash of Powder.

penltentlar}' PILJHM' now analts or forty miles. an hour'pArS out the Judge DV, Bond of the Middlesex
the etecessai'y nuilioiitof legisiat 1 1\1' I A iiiinilii( I' of K.-) \\-L-Si ers ate inKivslliih ,
/ I I tluiiihclv-i. In the formation roads much 1'1101'0 lauJdly than ilio Superior Criminal 'Court in charginga
--_) Lion which it i 18 bilievi-d I will Inrof '
giyen; at the appiunthlng! HOHSIOH, I' ill an anti I IK i itt I hg'/ bO I lel\', 'Ihe l h..,
The proposal lo detain the weaker\ point about SJK'li sojtetieti '. .should t twenty. might' It not ,be worth while question as to whether the witness -t' r A' FAJ

classes) of pilaonera on u state f.iiin ''Ih.I ,) IK, ome ineial, Is that ..(\ j.1 cat ,I i' for that Intarest when the\\ spring luid sufficient light to Identify the .

rI_ should be as aocojitnblu to )piufcpf..1. step would l u. tnlu, 'n I low aid sepat-at-, opens to respect !h..lr"own sufet tho defendant by referred to an old caseIn '\ i. S I

:IJ-VBhre-lessees, for buHljjcsn. reasons, as It iniii the ln\uluntaj) >' from i the \-ahuitI Bafoty of the )1l1hIand tfi(\ pr's "rva- England at a time when old fash- ,1 '- is now iucce 6fiilly raisnl, In
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,# [I to> right-thinking cltl/ens lot liuaanitarlan I till ,\' diuiiKaids I lion of the highways by ndoMlnjtmod'rate Jojied black gunpowder that made considerable I sunlit he. sections cjf the country and
1
yjdds obtained
are :
ivy by
reasons, l esbees nould.hen ] I Such toiupiititions as I that which :Ma- tpeeds at least until it Is light when discharged was - lUe u of

socuri oul\ bodied'mule( <' tionotiiitv i laimerH are I to enter Into leirnr'd how to make roads that runsurvive used. -v.
t "prisoners. who would be -much moreaIulibld this Bunimei are the! hope of )Florida -4
the stress of the bubblewag A woman who happened to be
- to" them and for whose labor. agrltultHIM, Ur J, C Boozer of 1 hoCuwruel'dul I 1".3"1'Jng '4, POTASH
**Zwoqld be Ocala la ons ?-Flttsburg Dispatch. saw -the shot In question fired
naturally willing to bank at ofteilusa _
3 >ajr, a larger per capita luite than Islow i ash. 1 pi>I'I.f.... or pities foi the best. I _L. I "tI and Identified the martj w"lio tired It Potash give. vigor ti> fir plant in! insures a

paid pet capita) for the who" specimenb of coin at the Marlon i I Comertetl. by the light ot the flash: The prisoner ._ dctp routi J, wi\l\ si-t 'l."d,1 th..t pn,>iluci... large

Q MM'ir. *: prlsoneit) men and women lountj' fail, l lo be held next \December, i Back Talk believes an overwhelming afterward verified her testVxiony ,- yields. All 1.<1 have used Potash, say s

fesr! eahcad strong. Tho revenge of the and also afei'ees to fuinlsh the se-ed majority of the people of Texas (!by his confession.-Boston Herald. "i'c .

'l_ tate :would thus be full)" Protecteda That 1 ouuhl lo produce great lesults.Judging | have been converted to: the good Potash is Profit

uid great reform In Prison uiunage-: from indications the three j, roads gospel and? stand ready to support What Hunters Teach Animals 'e %j.r No fnrtiUior !I. rompl..l" for

I ent Instituted. 1 homeseokers excursions arranged'; by I' any movement to Improve thoState's It proof were needed of the part'played : ,, Ca .:.ilta. *ifhnul at leant 10 p.1' ..4'ilQ40'
. ni l'oiasIs-er
-e. tu f'OUftd.- --
J.I1'II.' +- onv 4cta hare hctm leased 1rr.FJorJda the<:> inlhondrt, for March. 1C, April C hlghwajs. The time has now ;by sportsmen In this: education ; .-'.- actual Pptrnh per KK i pound* ofitrtilircr

<' Pine Company. and Api'11 20. will biiug a large nuiu- come for action and the lead must of the wild 'We have It In their curious ;*, r . II( you cannot cot such
; C fertilizer from tour dealer roeS
; ;. TV8iULOSIStAMPAIfiN. ber of passengers to this state on be taken by the commissioners' court limitations when confronted by 5- ; l. should inforco ho tar irrada
those dates. Starting from Chicagoand with 2 pounds of Muriato of
of the various'counties.,, In tho- absence danger of another kind. food' .' "' i'i
picking homeseekers at various .. i" b to the hundred (fbt each percent I"
//Igorous' Crusade' Now Being 'Conducted pointsr these up train will .be.wel1 of a State highway commissionto No number of totalities keops these. ;$,. .:Iat, of Potash nocdcd. :' {:

i lr( Florida loaded by the ,time they, reach\ Jack. furnish export advice and supervision game birds away from the telegraph a .ruillto'. "' .'"'''',..; _II""". """"- .'.'''' Is , :I ';'I
Tensacola, Fla.-Determined td ex- wires 4 .1w/.rI sonville. The excursions from Ohio the duty, devolves upon tho .t no lengthening, death roll .
-
U.,., every means In "an effort" to ridteelt : the the German Kail Work, 1224 Caodlef Btdc.. Atlanta ,
county woodcocks
_ river points, that were run during judges and .commissioners to warns and other flyby '
of that dread foe of mankind will to 1EW,YOBI-3 Inuo $L CNIU60: -MwateKk 1*.
early part of the winter serve study the needs and resources of their nights 10'avoid the fatal lantern
|ubercuIoBts-tho state ,of.Florida Is ,
messing a vlgoioua crusade agaInst advertise the latertoues.The counties and after.consultatlon with of the lighthouse Mot all the cen-

is disease. The campaign in being Dutch treat" or antl-treatlns, competent engineering authoritymap tunes of havoc; have taught the larksto

raged in every ,pact of the stat vItnxhlb1ta1flustratliig. i iruuade has struck New York It will out a systematic road Improvement build,) their nests out of reach of

the. ravines': orbercu1ollts. noon extend to !Florida'cities. G.erinan.Ainericatis this- plaij and submit It to the peo scythe and sickle Only the noisier

: and with lectures de- are pushing American ple. When this has been proporlyj menace of dogs and guns has brought

Ding-the progress of this. Insidious. movement habit of treating"against! the and great in favor of done, in nine cases out of ten the acquired experience. Iq this the true r'
1seee.and the methods ,
necessarycombat. people will vote( the bonds or taies: -
a sane method of drinking The man sportsman had his consolation! for If -
a It.
The preliminary step In this aggrosIve who pays for his own drinks Is notlikely necessary to carry the plan Into..executlon. difficulty be the essence of sport >-- For

( movement will be the transfer to get drunk Out If he' does. The' people have been convinced then that difficulty is likely: to increase

the National Anti-Tuberculosis As- he should be punished. Hut many a and It la now up to the county ) ,->IJall Mall Gazette. %

latlon" man rQa Into a.- -saloonbecause- officers.-Fort Worth Telegram.
: headquart6rs, with Its exllblt I '
*. from Bt. Johns to, Pensacola feels that he could recover from men- -, CONOKNIAL VVOKK ;
_I tal or Physical fatigue If he had but '. ( Lame
luring ,the remainder of the ninety. and The Place to Experiment, And Strength to' Perform It.
campaign' In this city At a halt omit -dilnk of beer or whiskey ,
leaves the saleon drunk because he Crude molasses as a top .dressing
cities along the east coast there
pocen I11, be vigorous demonstrations had the misfortune to meet, a friend for roads, to prevent wear and tear ,A person in good health Is likelyto

_ _lust 'consumption with the estab- or friends there Not. every man Is so from automobile'tires., is the/no-nest have a genial disposition, ambitionand \ .
that drink starts him solution" of of enjoy work. ""I
bmenf ,recruiting tatlons. for the constituted one "scientific one phase Back ;
__continued campaign which will on a carouse, but It is the habit of the good roads prqblem. ,But- On the other hand If the digestive ,

____ "treating" that makes so manw drunkards the organs have been upset by .
________ low this preliminary movement. Remembarlng evil-scented sequel wrong -
Jlahassee. : Lake city, Ocala Galnose Neither treat nor accept a I of the"'sclentUlc solution" of the food, work becomes drudgery. V I

,:MIami and Key West will be treat--or else get on the water wag- dust problem which sprinkled petroleum "Until recently,* writes a Washington -

1. local centers from local klrb on. and stay on. I girl "I railroad
I to cover the, surface ot Back was a stenographer

parties will cour practically all To promote Interest in the growingof l L Bay streets, It is urgently suggested which, means full work
in and with -
the state. corn Marlon county
_ _ ; every day.
that all future molasses and petro-
view of producing a larger and better -
a ,
;' ;HATE POSTMASTERS TO MEET. grade of corn IJr J. C. Uob/er leum experiments be made on high- a "Like many other girls alone In a
; I lived at
large city. a boarding
of Ocala l U offering a: cash pilze for ways remote from habitations until

111'. Officials. fr ",\ Washington Will the best specimens of corn at the the drawbacks as well as the merits house. For breakfast It was mush ,

.* ," Attesd Convention. Marion County Fair to be held oext of the schemes: shall have been dis greasy meat, soggy cakes, black coffee \

'3 Jacksonville Fla.-The annual con.ntlon December 'Much interest has been cnvered.-l3oston Post. etc. 7
manifested this and "After few months of this diet I An back is relieved
-i Of the Florida Association of In contest a a aching instantly by an

tca itmasters will be held in Jack on- large number of people have signified ,?1..V used to feel sleepy-and heavy In the

la' April ;13, 14 and 15. The mem- their intention of competing. Dr. Tho SplU-I/og. mornings. My work seemed a terrible Application of Sloan's Liniment.

>hip) of the association l Is comyrls- Boozer also agrees to furnish the' It seems the "split-log" has the effort, and -thought the work V -

"0 postmasters of .first, second and seed. In addition to this offer to right of way In road building Of was to blame-too arduous This liniment takes the place of massage and '\

class, offices and indications are stimulate action along agricultural this t'here is little question if we' are "At home I had beard my father j

tevery omce of any importance In lines, Dr. Boozer will also give a cash to Judge of Its merits from the eulo- speak of a young" fellow who went is better than sticky plasters. It penetrates-
statewill be to the boy or girl who writes t
prize
.._ represented in the gies It receives. We.have. always long distances In the cold on Grape- '
yent on. iSeveral the best essay on George Washing! ;? contended that talk Is talk and you Nuts and eream and nothing more for without rubbing- through the skin and muscular -
al of the trrglier offlclals of t betofflce ton and his mOther 7 his offer 18 cannot make anything else out ot it. .
department at Washington open to all school children> In the breakfast tissue right to the bone quickens the blood ,
,
and We further advocate that to havo ,
--' ..ve'been invited and have signified; \ county. : "I concluded If it would tide him '

.4i 4ntentlona, to be present. These The name trouble arrears this year any roads we must have When some this common is' over a morning's heavy work. It relieves congestion, and gives permanent as

iClals,"are expected to address I the In the early tomato market that was sense legislation. might help me so on my way home

p1, ventlon and Impart valuable Infor- complained of last year In the or- done the road problem will be solvedIn one night I bought a package, and well as temporary relief. '

tH Stiofl. tinge maiket much of the crop is .the Interest of the people who next morning I had, Grape-Nuts and

.0 .iThe officers of the association' are picked too green. ThU keeps the travel them.-Sulphur Springs Ga. 'milk for breakfast: -

-' t follows: price for tomatoes down. though It Is sette. ? .._ / "I stuck to Grape-Nuts and In less -

I O. W.. Bean Tampa president ; wt still true that a crate ofiteljjiiatured!! : J'.H! than two weeks I noticed Improvement Sloan'sLiniment

".Alien, DeLahd and J, F, Sluukol.ee tomatoes unmixed wit /green ones- I A Fatal Breath.Bookton .1 can't just tell how well I -
.t urg, vice preaidents; A. L. AliTTiWPft. III other words, ready to! be sold upon I but
I remember I used to walk
_ ; secretary) and I). T. Get : arrival at the mlll'ket-wlll command I ; '(with statistical bent- felt

_-t, < ,Jackiionvllle, treasurer, top prices. "Do you know, old man, I've Just the 12 blocks to business and knew

t. I I been reading up a lot of statistics on how good It was simply to live

tL sT-ci-jiLiui-w-i-Ns.| De Soto county made a One show the at present-day mortality and I have "As to my work-well, did you :
| the State fair at Tampa winning i
learned remarkable things? ever feel the delight of having congenial -
some
I great prize and a sectional prize besides -
/ilj Ot Half of Road and
Brigade work and. the strength to
: Why tlmj I breathe a man per-
number of every
the total polntu
. -: '\. fA"i Money. awarded. that county being 1.017. The dIes! form It''?_ That's how I felt I truly has'no equal las a remedy for '\ J..
-.t Petersburg. l"la.-By the ruling '
-.0 next highest were Hernando county, Brookton (comprehendingly'Bythe bellove.hqe's life and vigor In every Rheumatism Neuralgia
or
.1 i the highesf.court: St. Petersburg any '
with 483 ot Grape-Nuts. / !
with C35 points and Polk. great autofumea! Then why in grain
'1. 111 'get, road and, brldgv limits. money col points, and Manatee with 409. Washington the name of the census don't you Name given by Bostnm Co.. Battle pain or stiffness in the muscles -' '
within her It meannffcoo
- jftft : eounty.' In the Went, came out chew c1oves?"-Mew York Times.In Creek, Mich. tyfad "The Road toWel \....
the
for the city at present timech -,
:, :with 883points. l11e." In pkgs. "There'nQi IteaBOO. or joints.
,; ,succeeding more thanI
# rear
Eight thousand. four hundred tandsixtyfour : ."' Price 25c. COc. and 100. .
Il.000' wJII be given her. ; Venezuela there Is a great demand ; ,
.
J>eh ..%.burgJ.lated_, over vrln/ buildings erected, in Jacksonville j .. for perfumery, even among the Ever rptfd the above letter A newonesppears Dr. Earl S. Sloan, Boston, Mas, U. S. A. ,.

__."the :ult and yvih take her since the* great lire of MaySi men .while face powder Is a,. necessity. from time to time. They , .. -
_- : thOrexaladfOt- ; :pie' ; 190r. np-to March; ',So-- 'Jacksonville . for, the woiweSoxra: cCOUI1Cor1b.eUmat. L?'genuine; true and tailoR Imni&n-' ,8Jeuo.bo.pkOS IIOI'SSSSSSiOshsap. .dpoal yt"r r.s. '

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TAFT AND SIfERM-AN-'INAUGURATED .you In scant Pittsburgh tobold, ,a oel"tYE Sunday wadding Half 'm'l asur&ll.. ought: to'"' :

tame with short
!
class
you .tnuan't hire: a band and toot.j'.j'If

r -.' '---r"-- ." SfrtiFgs mu n't provJd&.,over two keg, ot Only On "nromo .

Took Oath in the Senate Chamber-King Blizzard Was in Control beer. Otherwise .tbe police are IUMa That for the.is signature Laxative of) Broroo K. W. Oro(- ... !

tO' pinch the weddingparty and puta WorM oesr to titus a Cold ift (iDS
,. at Wa.hinsrton-Southern Troops Feature of the Parade. .
stop to the festivities before ,the

*.. .-.:.3.v lihlnton, D.' C.....In the, seriate Inducted Into the office tbefirettime. [\\x\t SeicctScs.WNc.m\ parson Is through with. .the tylpg-tin stale'Why? not iutralect as' well-'

chamber, which, seldom before has. In previous Inaugural arades... the \\ ,. process.
midshipmen front the Naval Academy I pnr 1IEADACIIEutek.!: C"A
witnessed!! so Impressive a ceremonyOPluldmOrobr1ltf9'i1taUdfeft This latest precedent was set by'the
Whether from
thniltiTFXcaoebiy Oolrti. Heat.
at.-Annapolis' I he' detsfrqm : .
""' n1 -at\ ; it have Officer of tho First) ;polKe'district I ISrrvpuaTrauUI..a.rapiidtne will r. ,

the presence of hl ift dignitaries of won the greatest j popular point approval ;' I: \\y\ :" the other day when a 'delega i I a""b'h'. iU..uld-III".n'. Try It loc., la sto t.kfl-arta and boo

state and nation, ,4nj the ambaasa- they'wero ho"less favorltesthan formerly Qa."cs tion of residents ot LiawrencevIlleeared ; ....'l;., -. j I

dora among both residents and 'Vis to ask for .a peVpjlt for .a It Is the variety that !

and representatives; the'of prahlcal'1 civilized, itors, but In heart Interest ..they were .. ue\Q C\\) \\\) \\ \\: wedding: and the celebration Incident nature such an Intcrentlng .
ly every country of I eclipsed by the detachment 0 3,000
( thereto next: Sun4ay.Inapector You win I
world, William' Howard Taft took the Bailors from vho great fleet of ,kmer4eanhaU1eships'now lisfts tva\\xro\\3// cg \1 sXty! \y odlaxavc. &. a.lIi- .& ""' !(ecI rdela.)T.*_I"Npond tm..'""'f very for,t bla- .
joalluofcomou.. pfarijiant at tile I 'l1l1hored11't be- '
uu [ tive Corrects! con..elJ'Ct tJon,purifies
United States. I waters of Hampton Roads, lust ..return .. Bartley. and benefits the entire system.
A .blinding snow storm which e''cpt I I ed from World-cnclrcllUK, ep6ch> Bcstjov NcwJVoxuen ax\d.CVi> "About ten, I guess,'' was the ro-
The
overVahinston.! caused an abandonment making cr91se l of foureen.months.-Aa --,J.JIL.. laws of gravity are
; 'uf outdoor ern7Iy'wfl1lrhoretofore ; llW5j pwu-ngmong( | Irlvttyh:: ; ppy "Tea Yg n Qa.-o\a.-- "Ana dancing!" broken, by .a silly remark.

has mtirked the Inauguration fashion, accustomed'how as they are "Yes-a band," said the bridegroomtobe. itch eared In SO minutes by
of many presidents of the United to I the adulation of thousands they To $<& WS benejVcVoX) e5Jccs.aXyva proudly. Sanitary potion. Never fail. At

States. were evidently pleased with the deep. \s buyha Oex\u\t\.c. '"N'o permit" paid Hartley: hastily.: .. :
The chnnge of program was a source chestt'd' roar that greeted them from Says the New York Pre s: : :
*".nufi>etur d \\1.*. with that of Veer anta
by quantity
"Not
.. iXvdeep disappointment! thousands. (tho open throats of a .hundred thou- nothing ir.ortlfles a girl
.... .. full bl1llld-wel1; hardly ",'ILhoutavlna:
--- - CALIFORNIAFIG \ chapped lips /
i
I Supt McQuald\ was appealed ,

SYRUP Co. but without ava.ll. "You might: have I

i'A one or two instruments" for the mutlc ilBR p'

SOLD BY ALL LtAD"ING DRUGGISTS and about two-eight of heer -bnt C

nothing doing with that amount of.beer" .
one )Iieonly.. etulae( 50' bottle. -
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price
per
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and o full band. ()u Suaday. -
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1 lie noweis bf speech are lairest:: iiithe Pitt eburg Dispatch

bud. i .__ j I 1'
Progress of a Severe Case of 'PIJY I '

tnec Cured tn O to ,14< I>.,.. ., Tetter. )
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Peso Ointment .U guaranteed to cure soy Oun *ri..vlll.t. Ala. July 14. 190' .
..... ravof Itching\ Blind. bleeding Protruding Dr. J. '1". Shiiptrirw. Havannah 0... ]I
lMe ia 0 to 14 days or money refunded. S0.. Deer Sir:-I am jflaM! to nay 1Ivol I1i.'("" 1
or lour 1 loge.. of Tetterlno I ordered of
'M.a1lY a man bus hla lllng without you I ho,'( personally. u.*<1. nave Kivcinme I
mi\kh)3. a hit. more ri'licf and upomlnny a permanent :
-- -- cOre of Teller ant E'E"ma than I I .
:A SlmpleaniJ Safe Remedy for a wnsHor ; hn'Inor have rr'fftTW-tiirivl J!! fnr tVrenra! and for tormented which Mm wltnpome I :
Atlanta.'I.
Throat Trouble Is Urown's Uronchlal ritoadfiit' nfcln disease on mv thlgha' t
Trorhe They potiMifs: real merit. In I and In my srrolnn. nlwo: on my l 1.-fl hafiA.: Taking Lydia E. {
and tint an I thought .Btrovo.l' the naturnl I .
boxes 25 cents. tramples mailed (res.
arrow in of two oT my finger nail II. I egetable Compound
John I. Brown & Son. Boston. Mass. 1 I now* liave cnn -at them ftbaoluiely rural .
I \VILLI.UI Ii. T.,.... J JAMES "8. tlIItlU..IC.! I and liwiklnit an natural as I could AB1 forA Columbus Ohio. "I ) I
The man who j.-bse"rfuiii . .,. ''
/ does
: -Thootnei- ..n. -vr -tmicfctnpro eBluo ,, Lydia E."PInVhiinV: '
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Ho""rlCl" and hliiKll 1 of (.he cajiliol* i (unil AinericuiiH, their fellowcountrymen. thankless task la artiilherO. hat In II tIle on Iw..nlln10 mv feet and thirty theycured v6rs nfe pound d :

]lIlt/fld. W'k-\\ari\\: :, atet-y Eyes 111 Shave ijeen embHrrnnwod anti tr.rytretl I change of .
(
laKlnii. of oath liy t the niAv prosidtnl.Mi 1>1 us represented) III the dial Ion's capital Relieved by Marine Eye Renwly. with? akin trouble I 'hove ponaulici anti andhmixht doctor

: i 'i'uftv us extremely! anxious I hat express their pride III the men, ("r/omnonmlcd by Experienced I I'liyiieianii., tak --medicine ande'l from mnny many differentyln dortori! the original. I ]ilaiih should be! uOlicrodto \ who, in time of peace had won und (.onlo" to Pate Food tint Drug l! Law *. but none rive me /rllef and I takIng It ,
but aft "'r he had, arrived ut thelapltol l> Ins; fame in far-uff {'()Imtrl"s. Marine Doe o't Smait; Soothes bye Patti. Mitlifitlnn. is'"our Tetlerlne/liaa( "*lvenme. much :
would not have hud nyf two fingernails S
he Ke I'diment beriame! ot Anjonu I the kllil""itroom| were dotathnieiilu Most I 00.Repi I can do all
narrow escapes are wide of .lust a' they war- fm/IIOfi
the, danger tf) exposure) ; to thT pie-j. ; I \ ot I Ihe National) (guards of lip mark. >rtfiilly. J f Chandler.I ngain. I ::
moms I would. hit Vt' eaiullecV-'rrpon I ( ; I In CoiiuccUcut "'lorl<1a. lil'Olgh.1..ln.: .., a 'ni-Iterine cures T'czemf. Totrer, Rlnfc Lydia E.
veneuible Chief-Jtihl I Ice I Kuller I of the \h."hlH'huH..tlk.Iarylll.ud; Mistourl.Minnesotn Fry Woman Wiy rte' JntrreRtrfl.If :<< Worm. Oroiiinl. Itch. It/filng- I'll--\ lr. > '/
fanfn "Sore' Head. l'truflea. HollH. JlnnirhSrnly '
kui'i-vuio' court or t Hit I t'nitcd I I i :Htnli-f.:' 1 ' : :New; York New Jersey, you Imre pninii In tho hack. Urinary, Pntclirw on the' F.-p. Oltl t itching.: pound I
ni.il ih> elder ineiubers\ of I he annie Ohio. I'l nir_\l\anfa ittal \'lrK"il"- Studier or Kidney trouble, and want A "orpR. namlriiff.' rylikerod Srnlp. nimlonii. for a I 11 I
bint. 'illjiloiiiiitir\ > "nlJ":: Sortie of lie Uiuiu distant btaleu bent lraxjuit herbcore for woman's ills, try I' (Corn. Chlllilivtria and every form. oft- troubles, 1
Mother Australian L eaf. It r'I Tyitrrlne (iOc. Tetterlnenp '
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Gray's 101. ptscioe l fl
> Skin I
Air TufCs I iniiimuiuti! I ImimMlluie Diui''i'iili'n 01 1 tliidr, Kliaid.whilu i never !!
I KC\ I ) \ ,. o' by mall from .
Imbln o'irnlator. All DruKKit-tH SO rtH. Ham .' 2S" <' Your druirclat,
I ly fnlluued lint juf Vice 1'iesldeiit ino"-t of I Uieiuii I i e "repiehenled I I b) pin FUCK. The Mother Uray Co.,Lo lloy.N V. the tnanurnrtuXfer. The Shuptrlne. Co., my friends what it has done I
Jame s ftherinan.lik'h' wan {'lil'l h.d lenliuviiiH I i and :Maryland and 1 IJi'nnsylunla 1- -- -- I Savannah. GjMHUV , -Mrs. liT-JUN'soN, 304 East 4

out III arc 01 dance' with the oii lm'tllnciKriiii h)' bilKUdeu.Anioui The recent disastrous accidents In aXiiian has dropt-d his pile Cpluinbus. Ohio-
). ; oilier' iiot('tI l milltaiy or!(ani I- I AnothprVoJ1tan '
1.i---I'I..ul t UooHevelt( entered I t the In! 0111, ""In the- Iut( itd&' '''cie t Ihe KlchinoiiU l the BrHls'h navy have given rise to \\ hllc laying on a load. < (Oranitevllle Vt. :!>- I was

tio\vd, 1".1 senate tliiiinlier' HI in In nn.lullh I llui-suiH.. a us\hI ry lout tim iid of an agitation against the practice of I I ,kor;; COLDS and JltlP. through the Change: of ntfc.nnd. :

I I'luhlili-nl-olKCt Taft. The tiliearaiice Augusta! Gu antI the eatlet regimentfrom conducting maneuvers and sham at; I Itacks'at I rlldft. rArcTaas' li thn' best .remedyrllvfrI from nervoiiRUPHS and oth -. j

I of I IheKo 111'0 chief MiiiireHin ito \'11111111111111111); ; Insciiute.populaily . night withcsurlihts.fleware I thvT' >1 ltl and the renlore icliliiir and normal fe'erIhne.aeureUI cundltluna. It'i symptoms. Lylia E. '
I the days ""'illS \\ us a HlKiial( for : known IIH The "'pst Point UduKI-rtTm-ui IlHme<1J..I'. lOc.\ &:K>. aad table Compound restoretl
n |''"ii'iiiH'ons' oiill)reuk K of a|>|ilaiiHuon of I Hie Suuth( ," w hlch "' 11'llIl'I'Inan) )' of of Ointments For Catarrh kuc.. aL drug torea.I !strength and proved worth
llu I lluur aiid I of < (Iieei, a I in the! Kal- the high (coniniiKhloiud\ oillcerH. I lor tic That Contain Mercury, of gold to me. For the sake !1 '
a* will rarely destroythe nennenmrll qY A nan may bo flighty and yet not 1
I leileKptuKer I eonfeai'Mito ui lii)' in l the civil ..war.Following mercury I suffering women am I
and completely. derAnge I the abate be a BUocesful aviator. "
ttIitlefl" took a place on1 I (lie military UUlaluuHinaithetl .y- --- should publish my -letter.

the. |1'1"' > -itllim( onk.'I" bench) by 1 lie the t inc oiKaiii.utions.Home ,tern, when*': Such entering artirtea it I should throuab ne\er I the :mqp4u.hrf'iinedexcept Mr*.Winalow Soothing Syrup for Children CIIAULKS :15AK LAV, ll.F.IX,

hide ol \'it .- I'li'i-ldeiil! KiilrbnnkH.1'iHii . :: oiifuiil I IZIII toil 8 were I In I lino I on preacriptiona I Iron ref'u In).(e phv-I teething,Soften the Kuma reduce mflanimaUon. vllle. Vt.Womenvho. \
lo' the' enti( > of the, president that never before. had \Ibltd111411' .irinnn, .the damnfie: they will dn urten tout I ..llav ,na.o.11","wind rohc.Zc a bottle are passing 1 :
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and iln- (liMinriiisheil; invited eui'Sts. iilg. I Oil and I their clever I inarcliliic and to the rood you can \poadibly the I M-nale< iiail 1 '"lnile;, from any of those "
br K .1. Cheney: & Co ToleiiO contninn lost ut $1.700( and reckon the nv r- culiar to their should not ( ;
sex
of thiinl1; t no and taken inlernally, actingdirtcity I corning lost by Illness at $700 I '
merenry. m age of the fact that for thirty l
l>lieil 1 In n flu<'\\1 address. I Iit's l'I'J e the "I'icivaiiiiinj' Hand }
dffr'oUiied bt ut upon the \blood <f tmicoim mirfncea per year for grown men estimates I E. I'inkham's Vegetable
lie llien Rriniliiislcied, tip ;.Mr SlicT- ioinpohid orpliau > s of thennletn.In -In huyu: oW. CiUnrrh Cure
luau I he brief "ulh .of oflit'tii' (' 't I It1 :South:' Caiolu.a ( lie 'Sheiiuuu, Scoulb' tie aura yon get lhelf" /line. It In token internally the New York Mail we find that the I II which is made, from roots '

j\ ;he ( oiiKtllill Ion atul turnetlOXT ol I 111",1. :\. Y. cunning al tile head and made uf Toledo. Ohio, byKJ. I economic gain from mitigation of has: been the .standard 'di

'to him t tie iirehMlnc., ollici-r of I tlietr Hue a liUKe! oil pulullUjj of Cheney A Co. yleatlmoninla Ir..... I preventable disease In the United i I female ills. In almost every
L KIIX el. Vi e I'resldent Shei man made their neishuor, vice i'rvbidfiit bher- Sold by Drusui'ta; price 75<:. per bottle. I States- nity you 'will find women
would exceed $1,500,000,000 a
lull a brief. inau. 'iiial uddiefK, and_man,_ auil, hadingattjpLt! -.!arajIaily! Take Hall's, jjAmily-! 1'illg for- coiinlipoUon.__ . been restored to health by : I A'
Then rnppctT f1 ,','l amlJPI.'f1<> o'riler, for caparisoned Hill} Uoat au "Alliga year.If l'inkham's Vegetable
The In the Highlands.DJrter's .
the fllrtlJl'r l b ii ci ness! of I inaugurating I I : tor llund" (tutu Louisiana a. HOBisuai oilY I I \ .
the new piebldont or. the United Club" front Georgia and a Taft ". 'I"h-e class at the. kirkat I

I States.: .' i j I Club: .Clio syong; trout the sain Tobeory had been reading tho ,j O rOpsy : : T iA i-

;Mr. Taft's Induction Into office was ill8.tfla'; .. CW. York Republican etory of Joaeiph and his brethren and ;

tbo !same simple!! ceremony devised lit County Coniiuitiee: low 'stroiig; the it came to the turn of the minister Krraovri. aU .w.llln I II' #

the', early days! of tho". republic. lie Columbus lUhio) ) thee Club J.UU men, "to fOx anJn& ,the bo vs. *, !: days cflecta a.J>! I

swore to uphold and defend" the,.con-' probablyjhebesLpolltieal: mutlcal organization The replies to all his questions hll<1be..n bioto6odavs.f ( .' j
iffiven re* ("
stitution to enforce all laws7 and to.: In tuG country; ala "Uncle I 1
intelligent t'- Writ. Dr. 'H.H.
quick and correct '
.' of you niirer from Klta. ratlin* fucknow hpunu. or ; I
each Its lOll
all
roteMtho republic acarhHt eneuiles. :Sam:' l'Iuof\ Muffalo, Such Hare dilldrvn. or frlouiln Itml a.. >u, .:. New. Dl.- I J SpecUIUtt.. Boz a
I both foreign I anil l domoMlc.The I Ill"Iii bi-: rUt I A red I i m Ihe lomcnilonulL as: cot-rywiUrohoveIi.rnae.uu ari a.kaa ui 5
outh I \udiiilnihleied l t i i I bv ChiefJtiKtlee licit Hum coal 01110, tile Hui llounu, ; "WJnat great crime did these sons <1..lMwnet for > KlCbKUollieofi I TMEATMtNT FOR
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Fuller .a ho w as olllrtallnj;;: at Hone 'oinpuii ui I.OIIK Itliuid' 1'1'""- of Jacob .conrmlt?" | i.*. 1)Clay'Pored u."U"0"iil Kfllepilo:. wt> r.. everything"'.re.. elM I Whiskey rugS Cigarettes g and Tobacco HabitAI.o
; llnit1 rallml, thiiil fr...- oltb illrootloiu.' bxprsM Fraiuld, ,
HIIC h a rcrern'ony, for the last! 1 inhr. l idem Koobcvt-H'h ntigliuoib 1 and mullyothers. "They sold their brother Joseph. .
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> MM Meaitu.1 ;
iu"n"! > Ix vtorrTunilw
triable career' as tlu. chif< presiding I *'Qtrtte correct. And for how I Imuc'h . "Cl l ..>od f..n,1Jru ..A-'l. JunvAnh. .IWW.. Uiinr.Klvf. Lb'. I NEURASTHENIA. or NERVE EXHAUSTION. '
M"IJ- No. Imll.l,_ .t4mIDI.ter04 b, 8lalleN far Tbtrty yea.. Oone.poad..o.re54.. . -
ofHeer% of UKouulry'n highestcourt. The :Minneapolis Klumbcuu Club\ auk .n<1 run Ad dr_ : /
? D It' 11. III A ", THE ONLY KEELEY INSTITUTE IN QEORGtA. ...,
1'iesidtiit Koose\rlt, who became cnu of the uiobt I spccluculur organiza,110ns "Twenty pIeces of sliver." I 4 '_'CailiStreel. New ark "._ .a8 "onWARD AVENUE. A1'LANTA..
UKitln u )pri\ntc cilix.en of the III the country, asu appeared lu -: ; j '
I"nlte l StateH' when Pn-sldcnt Taft tills. division of the puraUe uud not And what added to the cruelty and t\-A IFYOfVEi

Imd klxtied the lit\ \Iii e I in cniisuiniualloof the least imponanl feature of the civic wickedness of these bad brothers?" I Ipaa11l. NE.VERWORN I I_
his to congratulate the repreheniallves of A I
oath. was quick division were .,...... \
his uuct'esKor In office, being K'coud 8""l'181 camps of ccnreaerate0ter-- What made their treachery even I <\ I..... ,
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to Ihe chief Juutlce In exercising I hat ails now gum and gRit, borne of more detestable and heinous?" {: : .......1.1.sUCKER ..

prlIIejre.. whom wore their old (title uniforms Then a bright little Flighlan.lergtretched | 9l .
When :Mr. Taft had. concluded his itud carried their shot-riddled< flags. I ecti f U4 teJ4 fd40

addreHa he wa escorted to the wHiting jt was a tumultuous reception out an eager' > hand. )
carriage outside the senate wing which the thronga gave pie incoming "Well, tar man? toieernttlebodOy DMCBirriVB F1SS 'V j*.*
and there was joined by :Mrs. Taft and outgoing! ureBldvnU. and.1 It was a "P1_, sir, they eeU't him,.owor %,' % comfort; It 4Ms in I .IOOKLXT GAINESVILLE G.&. I'*!
and by Vice President and Mrs. Sherman cordial and heart-tell greeting which phoap."nt-Blta. \ I the 5J weather IItJr
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for tho"leturn ride to the white they reverently-accorded to mat too- I DISTEMPERI ping fever ,

House. rapidly diminishing baud of men //woo, RED RA.8PBEHKY I-IllitElT, le0sLRviCI NAsa POW- !: x cauuTiuu Fevcn., I IA

Ex-Presldeut Roosevelt walked out in lime of war, were willing to lay Soak one tablespoonful of gelatine "I I \f\ IIun eare aad poa u... ........tt...,no matter bow ko M_ acl 4' '4 1
of the capitol) amid a cheering throng I down their liven 'tor the nation and in a quarter of a cup of cold water OUARANTLEDWATLRPWOOY ii '" 1 UI.nd.l..r.&ad. "or.pal.".M lbs$-' ." Liquid..VKTr! lb. _'...., ......_-v.any_aoe"...., *!
W Mill < 18 Sb.
body. -Juts. !
and. escorted by nearly a thousand in lime'of peace join with the coun- for twenty minutes, then aad-a cup I anti CHe" eel Ciao 1:1".u.: .. .,. L.-.s .. % ... tl."' oek tet..per......,..la c--'
members of the New York COllllly'Republlcan try 'lu honoiliiK the nations president. -3s:2.S2: t..Grlp ....-! Human _"..and ma 11_ 1<....... _,.. ..... aol f.J a.
and a half of boiling Water and stiruntlPdiesolyed. sad 51 a .lt..a. Cut Jhi. ous. ( .
Gommlttee7; driven 10'' :; tir: .iiii Ii. Mae. so soar 5sia
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The a. toye. r. tuokj.t
the- unIon 'slatlon several blocks away I AM two cups of sugar AT Mi GOOO 5105t3cAtMm1u I 4- C, -'AI .....oe wasted.rc Rbe.mp.z, Cs&a. ..4
train for New York President and Mrs. Taft wee; the one pint red raspberry Juice, or" ? Chemist.
and boarded} a SPOHN MEDICAL W and
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of the cC .e eta.Ca
and Oyster Day cehlers! interest at culminating part currant and part raspberry and -_'- tMfltC .ca 5 BaotsrloIogI.t.. .
I feature of the memorable day itie In-
the Juice of two lemon When cool I I II
Th. Parade..
augural bull In the pension building.
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,. :More than thirty thousand march I?The scene" In the vast cavern of the freeze.-New York rrelegra.m.I I \VARLICKSiieetMetalMaDufacturingCo I imutsiUwe : ,

ing men participated. in the. great building! \\ bleb lad been transformed I YEARS OP IT.

military and civic \pageant, which constituted into a canopied, court of ivory and I ,, .

I, the leiv wlillc1, was another of the brilliant 60 W. Alabama St... ATLANTA GAl ha.. had in ... '
principal spectacular I Dark Picture to Look Back Upon. : -- yas p.nre ... C.ib. plewtasd. . .. sitter
turo of the pienldomlal. Inagural cer pictures when ate quadrcuulally -= .......01 _bIo piani. Itar the .......aw Boat plani.,0.pienta.. Coiled .--. .
I emony. Hy almost superhuman efforts panned here by the gat'uering( of a ) John Corey Constable Attica N. l Hot Air Furnaces.11ETAL ..., Tas.i. plot-. -

a pabsageway was cleared! .alon: vnbi and brilliant asuemblagu! from Yf' says: "From September 1896, CORNICES. CKILINOS: I w. ...... ...., 'ir... inint s... pI.u ...... C.fb... pli,. t.1I was
the cer.lerlit\ Pennsylvania avenue! every section of the COuntry.Vttli( to March 1897 1 I Ventilators, Skylights, Roofing. EMIr J Jmwy WakelMlcle.tlt.iueas uTppa W......,.,...i 5iiotiret n-
however and for nearly three hours. all me color and movement of a military I 0 ....... .... .lee "kaow. .....w.- ..011 aspasasj such tun..e no. pie
PresidentTaft, and Vice President spectacle, with the Softening lu- was confined an" to the I I (At-11'09)) ara urewe ... .. .... ___..II ..._.... sl siasd.ase.s alai whiM.m Njy,

Sherman -revlevea the pnsblng! column. finance of delicately tinted -gowns and house invalid I Fashion announces that bonnets P- a.01 1.000 I. 4.000 .. .1.15 l pa thiwMdl 5.000 to 9.000. *1.00
Approximately! twenty-five thousand Lie interest of u pemouikel} seldom from kidney trouble.' !, with pw ihou.asJ. 10.000..d. over at SOc* pw --'cI. Spatial pace, ......_l.rgs I Iard.
l' I strings -will rx> worn nest sea ..,.. w.he.. \ .law _
ot these weie xoldlerb BUilurs eijuuled( : at u social qon. the lu- For months bad I pKOtI\ Eapr. __ _.... pleats i.t.t the pt.Othar \

and marines of the military establishments auKurulball holds a place unique In tottered about on son. This is Interesting to the Indianapolis pIMa wAS ... nady a r.a.r.-,.. Your .....,. wh.w, _ ... ,
;-.Jews. but not as Important p.rai ...--. Whoa in..... -u.. ...
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of the United States, bodies of'the the blafory making of !the day. crutches a discouraged elsie. s us a sn.J w wi_ s. t
-- 45iCtfloC Ad.11 ..d.n
National UIIII.I d of many btates, \Vble| tt'e bull wan In pi ogress indoors and despairingman. !: as Information would be as to how I isII

wlth-ltu-ga contingents of spl'ue'a.- a display of HreworKs on the I was prac- I much longer overs hops and umbrellas ,

dets and iriiUsblpuieu) hem tile :National : monument: )lot in Ihe ear, of the tlcdlly crippled, with are tobe In vogue. I 'J 1 .

.Military and :\a\ al Academies.Numei \\ bite house 11I111 ked me end! of thu lumbago. I decldoij to try Doan's ,
icully, the inaugut ate panido outdoor cflebiuilon., For hoot. tim Pimples ;
Kidney Pills and. a short while after I Itching Humors.Rheumatism Blood
was not so large as that \\ nil il thinly) clouded heavens were alight ,
I began using them I was able to |
marched along historic I'eiinsunla 1 \t ull .scrcumiiig rockets, with I HUH IU8- Poison, Eczema Bone Pains.
avenue from me cupltol to the white i K'ln that challenged the brilliance ot walk. After taking seven boxes I -I D-J BIt n. ,tHoi.moBlo.vmalin, 1, the only Mfcod r.w.dv ThatillIt"( !>?,I..n ,..\.
with "cobi as. and all .themi.iublic threw away my crutches and the, I ;: . .. ;* rkli blftod 'that-item 111<
house when! (ii'otr Cleveland, the dayts, fiery S0KSSl"KrH"Blood ? ..
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lumbago has not returned from IBat I ; 01 diseass ooal d. In thi. waytU sees It
only deiuoeiatlc president of the : 'l \ creations of iiiojern pjrobklll. fl' / an' eur.. pain. and ....h..t . tJ .
ted Stales since the civil war, 1.1.1.'I''I' lecllnlc day to this. Through unlng 'oat's I II -'-. Swell. iuisaubsid.13 D. completely.. 0bafleetIie bod)''''' '" 01..11. b..t.. ,
Kidney Pills I am to-day a healthyman. j Condition giving the ella Ih. rloh hll. 01 rattan, health. D_ IiB enin. I .
toes; Through the worst old eta... Try 'Ii. .t OOer large bottl..1 Drug I"ot' with dlt'f' U" : .
the ell the las of the for \
President Taft told members of I I \JHooli' was .AUastta .
Yale class of 187s that an long us 1': president's family to leave the bite Sold by all dealers. 60 cents a box. -

he Is president they will find the uouse. In the Limousine auto uoulle, Koster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo. N. Y. PUTNAM .Di.risbSL..L DYE'.5'Oolomoq. J
latchbtring or the white house on the purchased\ fur the!' Taft faralli and
i George Washington's father wan
outside fur them. The president spent I ebh 1 B'aatahelr. Taft to 'ihU capital A A imtfne. j j |oodj brtctator and faalor colon than anr other dre. One lOcv package eolon all' -. Th.) dye In oold water better xber dre. Towaa
an hour in happy fellowship with yie ), ;\11'''. Roosevelt took her fltjiil I de < eye any a rm -wnaout rhpplngava.i.Wait._ for,tree booklet_Mow_lo U,.. masse sad MU Ootora. Molt SLOE utC.UU UoVuelBe 4fIIUM.,

Yale graduated at a dinner before : paiture from 'I lie whim house It ,11

leaving for the Inaugural ball. The I a. m. She" at, accompanied b) t 0

occasion was strictly informal and no i other ladltu and Captain ArLhilja

bet speeches! were .beard. Mr. Taft I bull President Hooi.tvelt'l chle.1 i I

told the alumni that nothing "pleasojl\ ; Itary aide. The aut.q proceeded < t biui i1i'1

him mom. than being a Yale boy to the union station wnerp b

again. Theflvecovers Inner was '01' seventy' Roosevelt awaited the arrival o: ,

an1-meD-.PI'OmlneD: husband In the iresldentlal: guile f

. ..offlchU 41f a..*tl'J end1ng. ,.
J- t, rooms Be.u.. .( mo* ugfy. rlstty. gray.,he.r. Us* LA CREOUC" HAIR WTORt, ti rtpU. ; _

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'. COUNTY. COMMISSIONERS school were Proclamation ofJTown: Election.' ; '- :;;::i.-:... .. ', ;;;;;;.

other Qy virtue of the power vested In ma. I. 'T.. )t. NORTH f
S MONTHLY by Murphy, Mayor of the Town of KlaslmmM (City# P18flt.WoOd'S Seeds ,
: Florid..,'do haraby announo proclaim and de-
: cUr that aa election., will b. bald at tho Town ForrrleG&rden { 8 .tl
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bo an Hall In said Town'on "Saturday<* the 4 : C. W. Griffin'M.
March JU 19O.The ii
&n.DIEE. FLA., TWENTV-U.ICVBNTU: : por OF M.ItcilAD.i909 -
Board of County *' ; .on -- . & farm. I 4, ,

ers In and for Osceola county. /urea for w the purpesa of.l itln.i the following oRioorito Thirty: fa boaloess 11'. '' 1 .
da. met in regular session on the yes witha
,1 date, there being present K..L. ) or a servo Mayor for th.torn of on.,._nOne a steadily Increasing trade every [ Fancy Family Groceries-

chairman K.. L. D .Overstreet, J. Yeu-w1t.n we hare to-day one, .* : ""
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'Stratton Elmer Bass and'J., S. to of the largest businesses! in seeds -,
P. A, Vans ... time' On. Marshal and Tax Collector : in this. country-U the best of
er, Commissioners, . Fresh Medts.k '
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attorney for ttrar board and Arthur' over I' On Abe T.-aurer'. 'j erldenot. .. to _. _. : : J. 1
thrt Miwnberrof
't+ thrConnclttormrv for'Jth
"\'. Donegan clerk. __ .., .. '
Th minutes, of the last meeting people* term of two P...... Ike Superior: Quality "' Del1utlry"Eyer)' Day at any Hour. Patronage Solicited.afkieV I .
dA
taxes. I hereby" appoint C. E. Yovrall A. S. iGllbel' t L11a
., m read. Communication and aporoved.of O.. F- and U, B. Woodall M' Inspwton.find U. J,' of Wood's Seeds.We ( .a TTJ-* -* -- --si jy J.. .a.a _,flLatk_. '

asking a reconsideration of the they; Barnes as Clark of said election. .
.' ,AOtloo-Jafogard-to p18L01 buj1 of.o In witness whereof I have hereunto !set my .re,, headquarter. for '
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rend and ; cal'rv. hand a* Mairoro said"Town an.i'cauumod the seal "" -- '
; 'GrAIl
a ret Koberson, was and Clover Seeds.
discussion the matter, the boa>d of said Town'( to be hereunto aRUed/ This 17thJay[ T' '
DI a ;. proved the bond of said Garret 'I of February. A. D 1001\. Seed Potatoes. Seed Data 4t J .9$ Fine L iseI '

pre- CowPe&vSoia Beans ass4II .: : "
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TVersonr: -
T. MJMCBI1IY.Majrot .
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The board attention being : of the Town of Khwimrnoe s.IIFrin'Seeth.S l
Chair
for (00)! iningHoom
to the many bills presented Atteetm City Fla.
'" Qa4ilmp, appointed 10, L. Lesley as r J. R OIL11KHT. Clork. I i Wood's Descriptive Catalog I i

- committee of one to IOOK after any t I I the moat useful and valuable of I I Beautiful In desUm. wtlh graceful" panel back. Made of qaartvr-sawed
a ture r palrs.A du Notice I I Garden and Farm seed Catalogs I I ., solid oak wiUi a handsome/ golden linish" highly: polisticd. Grim leather a.,.t.
request of Walter C. Daas,. for Application :to [Sell I box frame Construction French less The price I*possible only because:
where I ms.iledfreeonrequeet. ii 5- of our immense manufacturing facilities" lor chain exchuiivclr., turning
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be allowed] redeem tbe
ing to to Real Estate. II. 4 out chain ol lit kinds in such quantities that wa can cut out lbs
Ie east quarter\. of the northeast TIIW.W000'&SONS II dfcAler1. profit and sell direct to you .! iwiselanal.. .

..5of t.he.outheastfWte. of seotlon- 1 ..haiij- ...1IittJIo.heDl.ILxJv''JL'tlo--1.h"! ! _ot -Seedsmen-- _ _ _ You run no chancelor we gtvt your money back If every chair: Is not
.4 toWnship 25' lange 20, on the basis to April. A D 1\11\ *''. atlOotlock In the forenoon f j 1- Ittohmond'VII.No exactly a' we reprLtenl You MV.ail sasS one doIl_... threw
the face value of the certiticatea two will apply to the County Judireof Oscoula County. and act better katislaction. Cham for dinlnir-room" parlor bed-room
I porch kitchen lawn stores cilices-and every other tine, Irom the ..
omitted years,, was granted.The ; Florida, for an order to sell at private( sale the most elegant to the plainest. All kinds ol wood, 200 different soylca.Latal..w. .. .
request of J .M. Brown. to hung 'following dottcrflxMl real estate belonirlnir: to the Send for our larM rUnetratort-ratmloBlie and tp nlal Chrtatmaa list thaa ,.
z LIa allowed to redeem certificate No. 8, Estate of C, II. \.untaln. doceaaed to pay debta a.S.,,. Mis you chair alt TOO abont buy.uirm_.110.1&and ulve, .*-aay Uie.prltir_*e.* lla ttiat yqursfree save you a-ond nregnesl.rtOSHD W0ney. .oaevary

)J j;! June, 11X15, for the face value of pipes ufeaid estate there boingno personal property, CHAIR FACTORY Bridge and Ma.... ..... Ja lraun --. Paa.k ."
14 certificate without Interest and those to pay the name, said property being deacrib>d.as ',

years, was granted,' he having 'ollowa. to-wlt: ,, ,
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ltLCIf proper showing to the board that. The south half of Block Sixteen (16) of W, A.Patrlck'a --- -- -
request'mas.\ reasonable one. ready addition to the Town of Klanlmm
Petition.of C. li Wilson. to I e City lying. and being sltuato In.the County of Oaeola kVk sntJs A A __

certain certificates outstanding agai ',: and State: of Florida.; All persona lhavlnirbiectlons ean know r5
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land.which he ,owned for face to the granting of said order will file ' To become.rper -
uJ&dr without interest, was considered : .EL hv same on or before said date or the aame will elaU.Insane..to in IpsctaiI.e' We are,epe.
lWoctuctn.be
the b.e .
Cows
-tim'" frthebord-"He--havingmade--- I : : be granted as prayed 4 IN. C. BRYAN. and "el. seeda 10 6a yeaj. w. -

showing, same was granted. I Im- Administrator of the Estate of C. H. -_ ban;di and become reap e"lNI11a ths results, Row Cf 015 Ferrp'a c.r J GROCERIES
I S Petition of Walter Thomas, to mat Fountain Uoceaac-J sale ewelywliere. Itead our 14100

4a. allowed to redeem certain certl : con March :Ird.' -li"-"---... -_ 8.5 catalO,04 no00, tequw peon..bT AlldreoaD nurexporten,,.. 1 1'S .
for face value of certificates <* --
interest, be having made is ,II. FURl ltD.. DmrolT.MICli.
: -ingr-was-g-ranted.. proper Notice.. Creditors=- c
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Request of S. U. Bullock ageat er All ,person* having ('lain agaluit the (testate .
Mr.. Veil I; asking for the meet 01 f C. H FdUHtHlu dmoatiml, late of tUe,.cotiutyf S I '
of certain tax: certificates for of f Ortoeola. and State of Florida. will prennut the / None{ e' but t the Best Sold. I'

against some small lots in Xarcoossee the 'Hinp to me properly attested within the time DR LESLIE W. WEEDDN
tocLZr which, owing to the. confusion ; ireMOrlbed by law or the game will he fortMcr ,
plats, )lad been erroneously' sold the hHrre'lI awl all penon"rluJehle,1( I to H"lllt"lat" eci1list-Eve Ear'
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granted and the clerk wan <1 in \4 111 monk lininedlfito ..etllem..ntlUh th* 1111irslgned I % _
t to notify the Comptroller of these reCommendations N. C. BRYAN, Nose and Throat...... '
Admluistrutur of tho EstatA( t

g'af, and The warrants following 01'dered bills drawn were : r, I.! r>' 1st. 1!KMN C. II. F'"I1I1RlnI'ec"uo.l.I Private Hosoital. American National I R. S. Floyd & Co. .J Jter -

C L Bandy, com as tax collector I'4 I _.- - Bank.j Building, Tampa I
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Arthur i'onejrmn. ,sal, clerk and auditor 8" Notll'N of Application for Older Florida. _
ELL.ley.com \ ' 4 < '

J K 8 It Stratum D OvffmtTect.: contend com :: dii. 5 6 "" to Sell I Re.il Estate. -- --""' ar --_--".a ___'9'.J" .
Elmer( BaiM com and mll.wit.. t' 11 <>
P A Vans Aanew: l I..aal..rvlc": l ", 211'' Notice IH hereby irivLn( that ..n thp th day of I J ::\\ViL1.-ON.< : JR., .
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DeL KI. Telephone Co: rent phone <. Anril, A I). I.**'1. at 10) o'clock In the forenoon e - - -- -
R U Uriirwa janitor -2. 1 ".m! apl ly to tho ('ounty .'uclKt. of <*nL<*ola I,
H K JohnHton sal county judge .: <"' ),;'OI'AHY PUII/.le. .
W O Bronaon aupt pour farm cr ,pauper &" <> County. Florida for an order Ui rn.II at jtri\ate \ / _
wI". t J!' Prvvatt care jail 12 & Hale the following doHCribed real estate bclonfrlnirto STATE AT LARd. \ SUNNY SOUTH STABLESL.
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Miller
comas treaHUrer -
Lumber Co. lumber 9 the estate of Georife II Ivey decpaaed to pay I_-- Keil) Ehtate, Agent. .
G W Ov... .- road! pay mil 311 drbtf the name lying and UtinM situate in the j
8 H Uutluck. coats Inuuiaillun Uicliard' Count of tola'and State of Florida dcrtcrilHM KISSIM\lIn: FLORIDA.OR. .
llennett . .. . .: (( ] .
ati follows to wit:
Klaiiimniee aile)' Uazette printing :* I H.
W K Johnnton fee* and teleirram 7 4lrX The south two-fifth* of Lot Eighty (MO) of the INGRAM. Proprietor ,f jS j
>eo D Harnard & *'q. rt>cur.l books 1 I.:.: I honda Land and Impruvcment! Co.'a addition to
: 0 R Johnston ropalrir II'U engine U & the Town of KiHaimmee JOSEPHINE HHRPEROSTEOPATH
Klaa Electric Plant linhu jail in 0
V(alker. Evana ocrBwell 1-0. auppliea 17 i Any nornon" having objections to the granting Livery Sale and Boardiujr '
ra4.o E I' Dann, .palrlna.enalne: : G IK I of Mild order will file the name with the County ,
J Z Kotwrao-h. medicln 2 faA '
Judfre before
: on ur said date.
A Loll repair engine I 111)W ) -- .
ft C <,ro Co. ( od mules < 1- DELLA IVEY. 5
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W B Maklnaon. auiipllfm court lOUAe :1 71\\ Admx. of Estate of Geo II. Ivey.Deceased Graduate( of the S. S. 0. and Well equipped with New Stock anti Vehicle and prepaiecl -
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Ii Williams axe handloa and Kreaue >(0)4'S .
OMar Thomaa work poor farm -' dar .1{ UlLeonard > to. meet .all I tleniaiuls! with |>erfi.I s 8tl msfmictiomi.
I 1 1"" '. Still College: of) Osteopathy.
Petaraon.; brouma, wk: poor farm JO ;>0Louta I I March I. 'W .
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Peteraon wk poor in(
I I in dIseases< otV'Olnl"1
\hamllcr Specialist
Julius Hyde board W '" : and n
. .. S 12 00 Notice. and hildien oiisulUiUoi, <, anti examination -
e ) ..WIl'FIJr; expenae Uk" ioit handler to Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned ficc HEAVY HAULING A SPECIALTY
Uaaainirer .. .... 41 00
J J Martin, cuardimr< handler 00 will apply to the Loiriulature of the State of Florida Mondays ami ThurdavsOlHce 4/
A B DonoCan. recording cattle\ niportl *> 110:) at Ita regular session for the current year.1'JOU. . GiaMitnno Hotel KHbiiuinee BROADWAY-",-PHONE I 102
J T Alderman road work %111 Kauleraon. road work 4 ((7 Section C of Chanter rwa. AcU of 1\HI7, Law of .
1 K: Alderman road work. .... .. 6 W - -- --- -- -- -
Southern Structural Steel Ce>.. part < Florida, so as to veat In the Council of the Town /v.., PILES! PILES! PILESTWilliams'
.....ntjaU..ork ........ .-....... ..pay MX 00000 of KiarimmeJ Cltr"the power to review and I Inuimn Pile Ointment will ontO .
O 0 f Prevail commuulona on II.. .......... ... ..*.. .. II 91 ) equalize. the asaosaiiientpf personal property made : Illiml/ UU-ediiiKaud( .,' ,! pllen U almurhi, THE
f Prevail, fwd priwnara Si: GBHYSTOXE DDHRGE
40 .
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11 lio , ali< the l( [ SHOPS 1J
8 H bullock coati State v< Rogers .; I V\.I ','by the Tax Aaaeaaor. J iMiultlnu iu eisoN a iuKtant U..blug rt at> ii ou>f.<:e tvllliamsItlilian H is aiR m HPIHE

W.R JOh"lton. oonU-State Va Uoirera .. .'.. ,. !tl 83 Co. February. ,. lHth., .11'09.. .. ( .. .5.. ,- 1'lle: f HiilmBntjH prrpared for Pllwi auituhiiiir '
v vlc. cIa elate vs Koaera It 'P'A.'VANS"GNEW fir the murms. rW M Ihi
S '.: priratn > only bv *
O C F Kribbs..salary easts to and Valdoat few ...Ot....Hoocn. 88 73. 3.1 40 fb la-dw City Attorney.- O."eol.'JjRrmllC;". fiUn and .l.UU ANTHONY A. LOLL; Proprietor. .
A'W r-hiUpa.| ( reward for blind tiger vl-
doers .. . uo OO jou '
The following pay roll for road far -. .G3EP4T.FFFairbanksMorse -

work was examined and! : at'Cash
._., approved: Bargains Store !
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% 0.farton W. Ash Wsrr.n(5 ton.. j.. 25-.,days*-**" at at f 1-1 1.50 4t< 5-1760 87 50) l ard.: Gas Enginesand

A"'buC"Warren 2'1"' at 1.2'> U 7. pei
H.rlWarr.n .. Ih\.i"\ at 1.:iJO: 02 ; :25c Irrigating Outfits.
W ktCnbt&sga .:Allj at 1 20' 25 6i White Lawn 40 in. wide 1 5c per yard
H.nry Fa4t, ..*l at 1.:a/ 80 00 '
.
-SMv. Pa.tto. .... .. .. .". at 1,26!> A 110 Lace from 5c to 15c per vard
iom Braitley21. .. at 1 t\ 26 21JoiGallorw Dress Pants $ 1 5O to $5.00 \
,
01. ..'.. ... -V* .. at 14 31 ISOaear per pair S AUTOMOBILES RENTED OR REPAIRED
: ttimmoni I I 4. at J. 6 V Pair Stripe Pants at $1.00. .
not
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2 ..
d.. )4.4.t..El o;'" aL..II'i87.'
I'fr4 ;. 'G Crowmartl: road work--:- .. . J 0 pop, TrunKS and Suit Cases at lowest prices.
'._n Lamona. road work. . 8 00
Picture Frames from 25c to $5.5O each. ARTESIAN WELLS
U Ceo. Ovarstraet .'.'. .. .. .. . CO 00 DRIVEN 'ANY DEFTIEWe
a at the lowest
Total. .. ... .... .. . ..... .. SMI II Crockery prices. ,j
Fancy Straw Hats at cost. ,
Paid warrants were cancelled from
the following funds: ; Best Shirts made for $1.00 each.

.' General RmcOiM. .. ...... ........ .. ... 1165 DO ail Tinware at any old price.. Solicit all Kinds
I Road ... ....... .'. ..... ... .. ... Z.I.I .. \ I Repair W.ork1
Win and Forf.ttur.... . ... .. . .. ... 117 M : 60o. The only place you can get the Beaver Brand Hat. .

I' Tax collector's report showed the ; -*:

following amounts to be collected Outstanding Headquarters for the Best Shoes in Town.
,I on the rolls of 1908: BUDDEp TREES *'

County Ranrmu*ro.;.;d.:::::::::'::. :.. ::::: ::,:::::I 802H 3A4A 47 K of - .-. . -- -..-.. -- .._-- -_._ -- ". ,---

County school I .. .. .. . ..... ... ... 10'TT 47 :
4 County spaelal .. . .. ......, .... . 919 67
'S Fin.and. f'c/rfeltunl Fund ,..". ......... UU 67t, ; In ---"i" Islesworth Nurseries.
8.8.D.No2. .. . ..... ... .. .... UO M88DNo ; _.... ...
..'.. ..... ... .. .. .. .. 66842 I l M..OH. II.NTM..C.:
"8 8 D No 4;.. ...... . ... .. .,'. .. ... ... .. B1U 77 ; CHASE & CO.. PPOPRIETOHS J. W. HOARD AGENT '

Tax: collector also Bled his report of .. ,
licenses which showed $10 collected & t MACH BROS., We will have ready for next Fall and Winter planting: 'a general '
for the state and *5 for the county, the assortment of Orange and Grapefruit 'Tree of all leading varie
latter amount being ordered charged ties. Our tree are budded on (rood healthy rough Lemon and

blm. .- > I Feed and Sale Stable. Sour Orange roots, guaranteed free from Insects pest of any kind.
Tax: collector's poll tax. report was ..? Livery, All tftukied from bearing trees In our groves and tnerefore true to
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examined and compared with the ; najnfJT Our facilities for growing nursery stock: are second to

stubs. He was ordered charged with ... WOODDRAYINQa : : zone and our trees are aa fine as money and twenty year's 6K per-
the amount of $23.Sberiff.reportcd ience can produce. We are makingr a specialty this season of the
< floes and costs collected (Se- I famous California Valencia Late which Is destined to become the
Is Now and First-Class. We will
Everything !
: : and
amounting to (267.64 /greatest moneymaker in Florlda.-vQur Valencia. bud come di-
The clerk made report of bunting licenses SO Header Prompt and Satisfactory Ser- rect from the best bearing trees In the district now famous for nroduclnir -
\;' collected amounting to $100, all the best Valenclas In California.
vice Nisrlit. All Kinds
of which was ordered to be charged to five : .Day: or
the various costs. Heavy Hauling. Write'for Prrctfa to J. W. HOARD; Gotha. Fla., or call and see our Nur* '

S Blgham. & Farmer filed their reort , series; at Waco on Florida Midland R. R.

of convict hire, which was .accompanied 1 AT BZ:A WAN'S .OLD STAND. B PHONE 113. .

by check for 930.. ..."'" ..... ....... """" "' \ '
Treasurer's report showed the following : -
balances hand DANN
: on : WAGON WORKS

(Ie..era1..nuo. ... ... f 167 e'J : -
Fin. and forfeiture . .. . 44'jo "
_. County school .... . ........ 706 fill \. *
4 County road ...... .... ........... TOx'sa V
I S.8.D.Na3..4> ..... . ... .. ... .. . :l'I48l Malsby Machinery Co. HIGH GRADE VEHICLES MADE TO ORDER
It .5 -8. 8. 115. No.2--. ..4.. ....0.__S-- .. 28 60 ,
B S. D. No.4" .. ... . .. 806
*...ot. State aid fund. .. .. .. ... . ... ... . .. 15021 ; AT REASONABLE. PRICES. T

... Total. ....... .. . .. . ... . S 2111 41 Flor..'-. 22 OC.EAN'ST. e e, e a a C a JACKSONVILLE Fbi:, \ J-- 4
with which he filed certificate of de. .5.--- or
) C
: Portable and
SI I Stationary Engines!: .
'
it from the State Baqk of KUslm-
pof 11- Saw Mills, Wood-working Machinery ,
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mee showing the amoucto/ deposit i..... \
Shingle Mill Lath
I Mills and Blacksmithing Horseshoeing and
there. th. general line of supplies. Complete Repair Work of '
'The board then took a recess until .to '
line ,
carried In stook
for
immediate
All Kinds Done : .
'p. m. said shipment. Sold on easy tertI I.', by First-class Workmen. f;:
S
;( The board reconvened at2p, m., "
/4. being those of the I
there present morn- ,,
_ _
S 'Ingsesilon.The It will pay you to consult ui before
buying. Postal will bring our sales .1. S +;
.:. treasurer filed! receipt from T. 5
'M. Murphy treasurer of the bond . man. Write tor Illustrated catalogue_ ,
'trustees.for. 0J ,13. v< S : : :n>r -r--c and price; ---- -S------T; J. J; "DANN Proprietor:<>

>fo .... ......A. .e PP:8&: .. ct JJ w.. soirsl Stb.r.4aeetior. C.iairt.4 Feremisar Znxiimes.Bo&jrs sed S.wMflhs. _
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