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: April 2, 1909
Frequency: weekly
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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: VID00379
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
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, ,. mOil is Treasurer_,_ ,_ __ _',-:"" ...Will ,ouJdadly-grant-tha-ViUaLge-improirerneTit'Soclety) ", TriTDrange County.On .- .1- . .
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j ". The munlcl al election on Saturday who : -. -' Theredsy; -Match---. 'f'th;-StOut -
: so i'el18rouS1y-.answ.ered..the. allofourSocietyandpresented :
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J' L_ .)aIL..al..oDe..01--tba-gloat spirited In one-quarter to 7 a. m., a cyclone I --J
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. ':" years for -th.e offices Of mayor and' mar themselves at- RosehiU, cemetery on Tuesday truck the old Wm. Hunt property, I l ,

t S.t' S.: .hal, although the result was. anticipated morning, March 30th, and so nobly labored to clean up and now owned by !Mr. David Hart, situated a

by those who had studied l the. i>olltioal : In Orange count just west of the .

horizon. v i make 'beautiful, the home of our departed; ; also those who Oeceol county line, dolnir much dam- "

For the office of mayo" there were : could not attend but who subscribed so liberally to the fund age both to timber and 'fencing. f

t .. two candidates. M. Murphy, th* to be used in further beautifying and keeping in order the' To' accurately judge of the force! and I 1 GoodsARRIVING ti.

I present Incumbent, and L. A. Mlpx. destruction //wreuirht by the wind, .one I ; .

. . The voters were evidently so well, cemetery grounds; also those ladies who were present, and should visit the scene In person. It .

. ;+; iI. :*, pleased with' the manner In' which I se who contributed eatables to be served as lunch for would take a more forcible quill than

: Mayor Murphy conducted the city's affairs that of the writer to draw a. pea pictureof .
thosVwho labored and especially do "weWsh to;
#. .' that he was an easy winner over I ,. ; convey the scene of, devastation. Besides,

. I Judge Minx, polling 134 votes to the our. thankk and gratitude to Mr. N. F. Bass, into whose different minds' conceive varied Imprest I I ... DAILY ;:
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Judge's. ,,94. hands the Society placed the entire work, and who so willingly Ions of.scenes aodpaismg events

". . Mayor1'urpby is a man of much But allow me to present a few actual I .
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. f fR fto force of character,. and dispenses justice accepted the responsibility and so nobly performedthe facts gained by observation of the I I. -AT ., ,

to all who, are brought before him duty assigned him., Rosahill cemetery now a place ground after the "twister" bad done j

. out. knowlbanelt.her its deadly work and from information
of the same book,
; : of which we can all feet proud, and our Society will use its from Mr Hart and fatUlI1'I I
'. friend nor enefnv'a trait that Is seldom gathered

IL .Encountered man make-up best endeavors trrseff that. ils::,.always... kept at the higheststate The wind was accompanied by a I 1KATZ'S. '

this day and time but nevertheless Itt of perfection in cleanliness arvcj. beauty. rushing roaring, mighty'sound comI I ;

- J r one that should be strictly adheredto r ......... r Ins from. the southwest This was heralded I E .
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Very respectfully, .. of the - -
by every man placed in the position .. as a forewarner cyclone, I --I

j Qf a trial judge. The citizens of KIsslmmee : MRS.-N. B. CARSON President. which, as It !gathered force uprooted I

made no mistake In again some !giants of the forest three-quar
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t- : MRS. N. C.'BRY N. Secretary.. .
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mile from Mr. Hart's residence
,. placing Mayor Murphy In the position ters.of a s" by

IS of chief executive.For and broke limbs and tops Off of I .
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'r ...., other trees. It. descended just oa the
the office of marshal and tax col- 1 I 2; -
"Ieu outside of the Hart enclosure the :
lector there were four candidates I .
11't Walter Lorenz .J. McPhatuer C. C. The 30th'of March southwest corner. Here all fences are I .
razed, and a picket fence was carried VV VV VV V VVV
Turlington and IV. W. Kin*. In this
...way entirely Into the land of "no -- ,..
McPhatter more
Mr. polled
contest '
o where, where nobody lives and the
*,vou>8 than all three of his opponents Memorable I
a Day
dogs ark at strangers Some twelveto
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combined) receiving 1111. while Mr. 4
| nTteen! beautlful I trees I In full
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.. renz received only 5A11': Turlington ( ;
bloom Nelther broken off"or up-

,of 6 and Mr King 45. j I[,Our Citizens Responded Nobly to the Call of the rooted, and all! of the grand oaks
marshal of this
.a Mr. McPhatter was
) around Mr. Hart's house, which before ,
'late for fifteen but for the i I Village Improvement Society and Thoroughly:
some years
., tow.n the storm ioodxt ably la their full .
. past three years has 'acted In the Capacity j Cleaned Up.. Rosehill Cemetery
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. I II pristine beauty, were destroyed, and, FLORIDA PRODUCTS I.

U of deputy sheriff of Lbl..countY.1DurinA' | together with One maple, ulberry r
"'_ his term as marshal he made ,
ie- brave and faithful ollU-er, and one (I j The 30th of March, 1KI! ) will\ ever bea tlful Tflneh..at noon to I all who I labored, magnolia and chinaberry trednl.. of .
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huge size, were piled prolQlsc rely FLORIDA'OB A NGHst 'Hootcs of Interest to *
special
alert to the welfare of memorable dav In Klssirnrnee! for on and again In the evening when time orange growers.
b. who was ever was ou top of each other in a tangled inas PINEAPPLE FERTILIZING-Leafletof Interest Pineapple Growers. 4 J
people and-our property, and who> that day large nuniber of Our citizens, called to Cease'work. :

to g" 'never pur) failed to keep the peace regardless heard and answered the call of the la- I The following are the names of those of debris. FLORIDA STRA W IUES-Booklet" '"*on. "Soil, Varieties, Cultl- i .:.,.

nrla of who the offender might be. ;'' dies of the Village Improvement Society \- I who worked In the grounds as well asa Not a tree In the track of the storm, V vatlon and Fertilization. '
/ I IDe'D which extended .about, six hundred i FDQRIDA VEGETABLES complete manual of Florida : :i
That the citizens generally felt that the to appear at Roaehlll cemetery prepared { list of extra and learcsfurnished: crops.

would be safe In Mr. McPhatter's to perform a uay'a work incleanlnir Bin, Walter.B.... Sr.. Mnfthrra men; RullB. yards in width and in l&ngth about one IRIS POT A TUES-Leanets on "Soil. Seed Planting', Cultivating ,'.:
town ,
.. two horse and rake Jamea mile was left intact. The majority 1-- '----'-- -- -- rhr
vole and making beautiful the men : Brmtton.horsa Fart DiJrllll1jt..aa.d-Shlwln; : .: "'"
up 'I
the large I
evidenced by ,,
'1' -hands Is '
lonely and' silent city wherein sleepour and rake: Cleve Outlaw. horse and Walton:i j:were entirely uprooted and iArr1e! 'byburrlcane' f1rmA'CFl<; lLIZEKS-Book showing analyses, prices, etc. of our >. *
he received.So L. H. tmrram. mowing machine and driver: J. L.1 five hundred ft
line, force fully regular brands. >
departed. .
Batman mowing Machine; ; LK. Barbeau and >
.. well has Mr. J. U. Gilbert at- feet Urttifc? air old embedded .
> ; lops .
on. horse and wagon and two m.n; M. Croft i
made the j
the of clerk and Mr. Never was a move on part '
duties I I I
tended to n... sent on. man; J. W Miller, home and wagon Iin the ground were bodily lifted many s
J. 7.. Kolxrson to those of treasurer I of an organization df either men or and one man; S. L. Lupfer. lumber for making table I feet. and deposited in new situations

S sta.i that no one eared Ul contest their rightto I women that resulted in rtvyre! good or : G. W. Haas, wagon and team: N. I'. ;Basa.wairons |I ill several cases being moved yards. l t Wilson & loonier Fertilizer Company! l

succeed themselves, and they slid : was. a greater credit to a'fcown than and teams: Joe'Nlmlte.'G. F. Krlbba. H.. where the "ptne'forentbtood :
of the Village M. I'fann. Bud Harrelson. W. E. n.... J.S Fen- The appearance JACKSONVILLE
this act Improve.ment
'.' with the same ease that was FLORIDA
1J into outre n.ll. Howell Baas. J. J. WoodalL J. L. Ovmtrmt. of the Hart place and ,

s Tommy fell down the stairs. They Socletv. A cemetery Is more of A. M. "'to..,. Grwm We idall. I... T.:Mitchell.Geo. extending/ Into the ,Bingham FarIlerpropert.y L. :t

1 both made, good and efficient officers in an.index to the character of the citizens Goodwin. Mr. Gul...,.G. F. Parker Fred Mclntob. -'" is as if It had been mowed ,.. iI' V r> rapnpr w w''yr>Qr,gnwnp.. ,

- i i' the past, arid will"do_the ,same,! duringthe combined contorts, for ing where a town one is than'all left uncared else. n....D W.D..J.Johnson S. Carr J.M.W.Cosner.Zlmlert Mr.BanDal Duk. Jack*.F. down bv artillery," and the stumps ot --...... . t1t11MNMN

ensuing term ; M. Williams. Alex Davidson. R. L, Starlinir. Mr. I the trees which are left have been ; VaKVN da?

'j For member of the council there for: and neglected, the people are look Hamptln, Cham. Baas, J. W.-Thompson.. W.: stripped of their outer' bark and scar- f ;Y

and ed Upon as hard-hearted and"unlov Bass. 1, R. Glib lit. R.T. Bell. J. McPhatter David '
were three placed to ail, only red aa by the force of bullets: This
fog, while-ifit. U kept beautiful bv the B...Robn-t B.... School
Supplies
three candidate! presented.thomselves '" ground had been lately burned over, ( '
rc growing of flowers and'evergree.ns, the Below are,the names a ftT 1tmounts
-w, J. Sears, at present a member, J. Dignifying subscrTEer will which made the underbrush palmettos -
( dav the
people are at once given the creel Uof one
Harwell and T M. Hirers-all. susceptible tothe force of
M. more
:> being.charttableloving and kind. pay 11.25; in mon y to the V. 1. S. ) '
of which were of course elected. the wind, which either uprooted or denuded AND .TABLETS
Our cemetery haft not been given the subscribed by those who were prevented -
t I During the term just ended \Mr. all plants and shr'ubs of their
c attention in the past it should have receIVed Ly pressure of business from attending
Sears has been rh-alnnan of the electric bark and charred the follage: and
which is due. possibly, to the and doing a day's work: I r.
? committee and mainly Mother Earth clear of all light
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; light, fact that the grpunds are very large A- E. Doneiran 2 days:: W. J. Sears, 2 days; C. swept EXAMINATION TABLETS !y
through his efforts and good business L Dand 1 day: O. F Slngletaiy. 1 day: P. A. movable matter.
for a town of this size, and a.death MADE ESPECIALLY FOR ,
management the electric plant has been Vans Amew. 2 days; S. H. llulloek. I day: J. J. The scene of desolation is weird and -- -

k :.. out on a ftelf-sustalnlng basis. He is here'\is so Hare that. many of our Citizens Dann. 1 day; E. P. Dane 1 day; J. M. Lee. I dal; unoannv, What 'trees are not uprooted <<> OSCEOLA HIGH_ SCHOOL., F
have never visited! the place-but C, J.\Voodall. ) day; C. E. Tow.lH; H day: G.:W. <> I
considered a s'afe, wise and conservatlvecoun"c'nman are broken off or have been
- when Mr. N F. Bass made a proposition Beet I day; J. M. Wlllson. Jr.. 1 day: Walter Lo- :
.-- ,and many of the good .ni 1 day; W. I- Wlnn. I day:' J. Z. Robereon. 1 twisted off in a corkscrew manner,
So-
1 ,. ordinances on our statute book are the to the Village ImprQvement d.yC.;\ F. Prevail. 1 day; EmU Mach. 1 day;R. T. while others with still. more tenacity to g "
. ciety, through the columns of this >paper > Butler T day;OE. Franklin. 1 day;Clay Johnson i
result of his work\ for the upbuilding life have been wrenched off from ten to | Kissimmee
-I. t of much' to donate his teams and driversto Sr.. 1 day;Lesley Minx. 1 day; F. H. tawson.' 1 Drug Company
of our town. Being a lawyer fifteen feet from the ground, and the
..Jr',1 the work of cleaning It up If the Socletv day; M. I.'Hick.. I day; H. C. Stanford. I day J.
.": ability, he- has been in the vast and would undertake to direct the A. ianca.t. r. 1 day: J. U Moon. I day: N. B. Can standing butts torn into ribbons ten to ,

"' will be In the future a great aid to the son. 1 day; A. 8. Bet 11 day; U A. Minx. Ida,; fifteen feet In length. VrNN1t .. ", "/1

4' council keeping It from parsing unconstitutional work Ua condition was forcibly J. A. Simpson 1 day: W B. Hairis, 1 day; Frank. Fifty calves, which were in the Hart .
brought to the attention of our people, Vans A font. I day; W. O. Hank? is. 5i day: J. W. .
measures.Mr. . and the V. I. S. without hesitation accepted Simpson day: M. Katz 1 day1: 'C. W. Ward. 2 yard, were bodily\! carried away by the ............ ......_............ _....._....--" 1111_.___ ';, j':
connected with the T. U. W. C I J. wind high in the air, and for the -
Hansel I la of Mr. Bass days; Murphy. day: Bass. day;
tbe proposition i WHAT I IT MEANS
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rslW.j Klsslmmee Lumber Co. In the capacity 'and Gardner; 1 day; W. Maklnson.. 4 days: John nonce, apparent! took unto themselves ;... ,}
and began at once to devise ways PhariaTu.\ day;C. A. Carson. 1 day: E. L L sIsy. wings., The marvelous in this ,'J
looked
and Is asOne
,. e', of head sawyer upon means to carr It into effect. I'day; J.W. Prentis. 1 day; N..C. Dry..., 1 day; bewean
men'of KUslm- Incident is that none of the calves k
: : ot the substantial As has been stated before, the SodetV Marion Carson' 1 day; A. A. Loll. 1 day;T. M. I A BANE'S CAPITAL ANtV SURPLUS :f,,

mee. While be has not as yet had the < i Issued a call to all white male citIzens Rlv_ 1 day;Cash. S1.2S. (those which have been so far traced, I U the fund that protects the depositors from loss Ihortfore the lar|.r U to the s .J:
opportunity. to demonstrate the size of The following ladles were present comprising some twentv-flve bead) are = greater protection the depositors bare. This bank baa a .r
. il.oD" to go to the cemetery on the 30th r Capital ... .... .... ....190.00001 hw
with 'their "
lunch the and
and served workmen but
known hurt
: his legislative caliber, he Is to or' March, carrying s-n implement of to. are now mothers I.. Surplus fund of . 16,00000 'tt

be a men with a head full of good, some description suitable for cleaningthe aided greatly in advising what was spending their energy In a praiseworthy ,...' Stockholders' liability 60.00000 ((1,.

sound sense, and one who will faithfully grounds, and do a day's work Inputting best to be done to make the grounds endeavor to grow into goad veah I A total of ,.. ... .. ..... .I1U.UOO 00 r ,

o perform any duty assigned him.... more beautiful: The other half ot the calf band are, I This means that we muM lo.e 115,000.00 before our depositors could loss a
/ grass and weeds or trimmingtrees cent This protection Is for YOU.
Dr. .RI ven Is one of the leading physicians and those who could not attend Krs. Clay Johnson. Mrs. Bullock II.... Rata, presumably, safe as no cows are lowing .I. r
II... N. C. Bryan. Mrs. Conrad
Mrs. Stanford
and not only of Klsslmmee about the Hart bouse. STATE BANK OP KISSIMMEE
surgeons were requested to donate the sumof Bryan.Mra. Wallac. Baa Mra. J. W. WoodalL I I e'
and lea The wind evidently formed Into two ,
to but
man
of the state
Mrs. Pfann. Mrs, N,F. Bass. Mrs Krlbbs.: Mra.
used ID further
81.25. to be beautifyingthe
M possessed of exceptional! attainments. : /grounds and keeping them In: ocder. John Woodall, II... Prevatt. Mrs. Alv y Mrs separate currents after leaving the I.J IC I..IMewi..... PLORI,O.... I'r

... Aside from standing at the front, of his under Dule, Mrs N. Canon. Mrs. Carr. Mrs Beet. Hart premises, as at some four hundred c. A. CARSON JOHN M, US N. 1. CARBON I *
< The entire work placed
*l was W .. President Vlc..P..ldenl Ca filer .
Mrs Jc8-BasMrs. M < of splendid and fifty yards from the homestead .
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.' profession, he Is a man the able charge of Mr. N. F. Bass, and ... Marion Mrs ,.... ... .. ................... e
f II. Sharp Mrs. Canon. 011. laid In .... ..-.................................. ,
!&. business qualifications and an extenoslve the pine trees are up a I
: In doing this the V. I. S.-cted wl( er It Is understood to be the Intention
Our town Is to with their butts pointing both
heap
I property owner. than It knew for by his thorough understanding of the Village Improvement Society to 1
A. t be congratulated on the Doctor's election north and south, which Indicates this j X G<101Ot10t7fJfOtOil0ftC1f1000ttOC)0) ) (>l oooooooooooootxVicePresident. .
rM ) / of what work was neces- have laid a first-classoerpent walk run
I and It. should feel grateful to him spot was the .vortex of the storm, C. A. CARSON. J. A CRANFORD S. U LUPFER. ,
: I sary and how It should be done, the ning from the main entraoe to the rear
to much of his I I where the two currents met and after Fss/dt./ S.cr.tary.
for consenting give so
r r /grounds were fairly well cleaned on of the grounds, which would add very Y

= }I valuable time toward its government. that day, although there is ret considerable materially to the look. of the cemetery -uniting swept onward to the northeast
hewill be until they struck a bay, which extends
Belngiemirently qualified,
I / to be done in the way cf levelIng as well as It would be a great convenience -
assistance to the west to south from Lake Hart, where
the members
Sf of greatest
cutting those who visit the KISSIMMEE CO.
i some of the ground grass to place, LUMBER
'yt y In everything pertaining/ to the thefury of the storm was either expended'Or -
1: and weeds out of the corners and trimming but the lack of funds In the 'treasury ,
( illness of the and jumped bljh"to again. de-
healthf town, no
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trees that could not be reached will force this much needed improvement
will be in the responsible and devastate some other local- !
doubt placed Bfifiod.
on Tuesday. To do this work there to be delayeli tor the'present..
bf chairman of the sanitationcommittee. to be heard from. 0
position ity yet I "
has been sufficient money subscribed, The cleaning up of 'Rosehill cemetery .
There Is no citizen in Kisslmraee At the time of the storm the sun was ,
r and Mr. Bass will devote his time free was a good wprk, a grand work, Rough and Dressed
better equipped mentally, morally darkened\ (such as was in evidence atfl.45 :
to the undertaking until the cemetery and every citizen of Klsslmmee (feels ;
or In a business sense to fill all a. m. ) and the moon did not give % -
Is In proper condition, and in this he today a greater pride in his town, a '
of councilman than forth her light, which bad a great tendency .
the requirements a t.
4'l Is being ably assisted by -Mr. H. M. greater reverence for.that band of no- Pine Lumber.
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Dr. T. M. "Rivers. to weaken the courage of Mr. ,
Pfann, who U rendering his full aid In ble women who carried that work to a
Qart; and family, who did not know
E St. John's Guild will meet at the any way he is called upon. successful conclusion, and a greater
what to exvoot-deat.b or destructionof
)1 11? home of Mrs. E. P. Dann on Tuesday i The members of the village Improvement , regard; for that generous-hearted citizen or both. r t

afternoon, April 6t.h. at 4 o'clock. All Society, assisted bv a goodly )Prank:: Bass, w.ho never seems to property suspense
Luckily the time of was of HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY-
( members are especially requested to number of ladles of the city who were tire In doing rood for the' community ,

&'; -.< -present.. '. not members, furnished: a,most boun- and for air fellow man. (Continued oa eighth page.) - -- -- --

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CRAZY SNAKE THE LEADER ;i 1'1'1'11 HUlmll g'.lbal, bra cn'at 1'bl! '''Ia, I lemsllrdilve: 'Hull of Tlunesu'e ...OPPORTUNlrrOIEQ \ :
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Outlaw* Will no'1x"terminat..d'if:: :: Pluw,41'3 un'44r way- for a glf ;;' j; of lln fourteenth Am. cm.nt' .IIJlt 111'H tlNmlllble;b..eletart..f. --"wj -H-iU; ;

,. Tb y'lVcfu.. UlKh' Hits to b' \,, 'It, Queitioned.. !,i i ( 10 the COn. le8!. whothetme O r: .TeM
held 1 Oklalioma rt\; ,. Okl.i I ;J1..JI..lilt l ( e hjj :ln'iiK lo the* tiiy many of ( lie dial In-':i Uii J.I': ton 1. C.-BejreuentalUcI ot rpjfteisenlulToli hl&I"1. in ..olng'Jtl'.l| : Tc.Halianace( F.a. In fa, : ( !

i "' battle at Ill<>oitJieiunel, Ui'tNvo, a uher.cl. and promlnent.c-itls'enti gf thicountry. I IKMii.cU U\ N. 1\ YOlk l.ftH cffetea a. ancj cocmuiar service in tbe cotton ter ittee'ived .L>r. A./A,' (

posse of fl\i. .i fijt:; i I'* and i IW'li1) ('u'i'Ic Including/ lion. James\ 1 1). 1 Hlchardton hill )' I i.: e* tun rdu:vnt tf th< apici-) 1 urchcHlny. countrle>s. Jf : .. llnllycntg Ijiesldunt of me Ithod/s/. ( ,

. -lHcHOtl-.Qt.1.! .. :M.; . u..wu oi .'']"".. la;. .i'iiil lie inian1Odoin tnaiidett '-of Tuehouthcr" i ;uTIbd f rion. '" Hit'' n.i'i'Mi'iumloVot| ; iI1" facta [, liitorniatlun tralw.L.JU.X. Ui8JW .11" !

ot ('1 Ifii'tuh weie killed 1. jinel' and the full nfflclal divan otin.
frank SWIM of Alii.ktutt* fatally I I. I'oltt.dl:' the .chJcf gueiiiinicU. : : (,I If:iiu :ilxNli of afhj I I'l. . was < t.n'd.! 1< Uic* fact j '

i ..UtfMllI/\.__ tl v tII" I. ". ", lLUWlI.ew1.qu.a, _' 1,'. 1"1.11 n h 'bili KppQjIc' ,i lotl'n.\ ui LU43 iiriS"l'l' Ui Itur, I .lobex-.4* "ie: tune i-jiu'liied t
The ),0,0-1' eif .offi. us we lit ref the nr,' ut \\'uKh'jl1l.ton. DC"' f lions' l.,' vTcTnlil h.tvei lead.-, KUInln- :\11. 11ul a .selVa that.tl-" Ai Hive-, Xa111Lllolll to tie '

homeSnake cf 1 hllil llatU, >. lil"f uf Iho. During tlio re-union the* d'BMe-i.; 'tif baiia live ii.oiemi. (if nine* 1''J1 Ibeola. "tHilaneiiih 80Ui arIJI,, 1..ld101Irl..W.. .r. IJaij m 1 {,[ )
4 : Ian/ nf the, \'I't < V Indians; tou theilli,. fouith to ''hhl-I.| Inelislve. live ,. Ai'kj.HKah Ive. 'Instead of nt-ve'I 'Jt'.oiidu.' Oeoi I IxnilBlaiia I <, 11 cUI' '

\, ....n ,. Mnilni on him will bit <'..n0i"
f Th. ejplt.it! ) ,. bin ling heard Hinl .tho for the-t (lib) linn. in Atlanta.on blx liibtevcid! ot. 1"\'n." ].oltllnl foui4In 'I as alid Vliginlo now haveXiiiftlJer nleM Ce. rep tee( I'elut' ''' -
Indian mid .IC-MOI'-I 'Wcie peaei-abli, than c-ad of hV : thtee initteoel here-after
\ a O..lIrftool'c'Il'H/ ] 'if more <\JlsEl''J' " 1 appl"| .n h"d) the'f ('fibinof Harjo, near tw-ei li'indp, re*| fiei>entlin; l'I''ry section of .eight Illr\'n InMtadof I fulut aeivlee than tiey haveSijd at 101 1 candidate to win
1111'''' i eiouii; <], \\lihout "leui of antrouyli \ eif Cii-iirffla anel the handxoma ,slxte! 'no Vligliila! noun .nat nd often ail)' lime in Ibe lilvtorj' of thej ov.elnmfll. fore the tost hits ben "' 1
:. An lh<..\ CMP In Iho act of mill South th>-cc* Insitdd '
/ ': and ],eifeetly appeilnl l HtJin tnuntaejf ('arolll of a "certain1 II ( ]
f'llh"II'JI' ; .tlie chief/ rid Iw'nlo; gUilt. tho ite| > on tho upper BnoV/of/ thoOenipl" I of H..I. I I8"IBOr Hepo.ntb cut that the elates he tions he-Id In l.alh.mlull',

wci<- lcfii-il iijioii ,il.i'i.i from uk main.' ] will )>f elcellrate-d and arm aI- Mnneo.of :Mln fbllpl| "oul nnincB an1lllr Insure balance cj< '(tli, and In. numerous (

inon .n the, hoii'ianil areiiind/ tlM 'ellr1 1ope u eelTin/ apartments Ineludt* j have the "IIIdty! of ( trdl'. \ of the tie United State* bilTlvtiiit lecoids have -.. !
Dora a lid'the- bin .lie. was ftlh thf. )lar-ici.1 sVJiie"of modern oonntrnctlcin am'nrln"n\ I he ronMilutlon tehte-d in lalsniK and exporting potion to joungXmen In I two

I, Ok'lahollJ/< Cllv .. t>kla tUf.te\| i )1-- _. jrt 1 'crcicvl In lh> southc'iist i iIt This ame-ndment 1'lulael the franchise Ihe amount of over $43o,000.0t 11 studied, rajluw to.pasj "n

CbltX CrnSnalu und Jim 1 inllo\ve.rB it- safeto >>ui-Hun1e that nothing ] and has he-en {- ro anthorin value. J asbcrfed that thetc; stateb n'IUlreDel haH ." '
retreated bi-fun* live tnmiiHiileK' of MI-am bit lout", as thjf. reunipn has ever 1 the* reduction b>' congress of have' a single representative in fro.n enteilngxhe h

1... ORlaheimu militia. Ihutt di-Je-n-jug an lie-en undertaken. 1)"olllMh( Rite :Ma- the coiihlitutlonal. rcjiri'sent] ut Ion of unposition" of j' in the Now; however, Engl
expected luittlt,*. .,c ns of the* Houlhern Jurisdiction, auelInelle j HlaM' which d<*+vy the voting privilege and ("reson.loll amlnatlons and grfiiiiiig-
'Hastily .c-tllng fire* to his tepee's'and ; allei'iiH to of It lias been 'to) <* are that Masonic stuilintK .om. Ihc. 1'117lnll. qulied the candidat XJt-
(enl.... tin' Indian .If."adpr.lh! hili,. from 'ill Ani'-rlca will gather at I freeuenlh| bj uuthorH of I BLACKS fUMNINGlnilTLInteesting pasb in. miMhe;natlc-s -aneTH

I mixed com IJIlII/ uL. ,i't ilsknin anil, nevfxroes I Atlanta to witness, the cerciuonleuanel t hlllB reducing the rPireBPtntatlon ofottih1rn home niB. ,"-

fled from his blazing!: e mirp OB llJo Ih."ol'k.. I .Mates. Mr Monov intiodt Lecture Delivered in '-n- montliH.xamfnlOtoI1.lntervcnl.il-' ; bel'w I
the troopH advanee-d. Me look UI'] a I >opd a r"80Iulo. <11'1'111' the; nttorney den on Changing of Colors. amlnatlon and liU ], I
.a. .Jitrouii puhillon between theNorth; BttJMHis DltKINSO' to >_ >_. ( ,
TO !
RijjiLemteourt
.
ut Karl
.on j i umur- land, takea a l '. Canadian liver tend Deep] Kork eieek: II aU\ the Information avnllahle re.1 1ntlve I'eiibejii, In Iwture -at ilie' KoalInmiuiHMi to make 1"1.. ,

.l.Ioul 7 mill's" e-abt of /I lenrvi-tlu) . Nomination, for President Predicted , (11' me-thed eif ud optlll 1 thi* Hi/,,nl.the. btaiillng yiiK- if hi pab8c UI tin' ,1'1 i < ,, ,

Cra7v' "hnahf and hlh.. hiuves will by Cuttin.Nabhvllii \ 4nnendme'nt bri th.it' the* 101111 mal ,dc1. Dillon' tliat 'I nat. "("IIII"III\ petioli ... him at! Uxfoid In ton' I
be oflcriel a e hancelo <..ur..ndc.rThe ; Iho ame'iiellne-nt; |IK ,
terminewhcther I that
'lonn- : eMhiing i meelttcended be admitted
I : Judge" Wil" 11'8 as
militia ofllttm hilie-vt* (t'rn/\ L Ithllt's \ I (
: dnvcxk; I DIcKliibon for Ir"'hl" .Is'ob11"1; binding, t I "I a. dai'k "hjniM-d pe-o thi' mil \'.
.SnnKf IK leiniith .the* Th-nwlIlI.J ," \'rst' ,
( WII1"" } ve-arb heyne'v,': NOT-'SUSTAWED. pit eil UleUiXiu y'pell . In ea.ui* of U."nliI a IT .
lalnH with hlh lolloweiH \In-fore* engatiiiift CHARMS j '
This li. tho prediction of \\llllam \as 1'Nlllug 011 "AIJII"1: inMan 1.11' ". I' }
In 1.11 1'111.1''theold 1 al l
n 111'1 flfjit '
1,1: I E. urtls, I the'* noti-d \\abhlngton corrc'Hpciiidint anel ,11 c 4ie' of hl ne-nioiibli at iet-. thcie. IIH he .
chle'f is i ,ilviiiK to "bill tin (.'neks No Low Grade Cot n Shipped to New wi j l '
Pff : who Is In :'\ash'lIh'Ir.:\ York. )'is' IP i.now i tl on a be ,in I u,n um /rol ucond requlnd of him
ID an iipiltdni-. und iylktfor v.huthe k I"b 1
Curtis i anif \anhvllle: *. .Incite Dick '111.11,1 U i L.t't: In one iii->(anceIt The candidate 1 foi I ) I
COIKI-IM. '-, to I In' his ilutj was e>.i \\abhlngtuii i IJ ( I>eelnrliin thu .. h1 | ) ,
inse, honit,' for the of e-t. Miejnett I 11IJllnl"d east! cil ,i plt ha\o
1 il
n s purpeiHe ( -
| \
dent from the binolrt* from I three HKnal thereajpejt 'o h'I'I' .e-n no biihhtnnilul IU"1 1'L < .
11I'for.. ting; up djla for a skruh, of the Jis liu.iU"foi t nindtbv I 1.I.y, tht 'hi-nil and 111'r part eifv. hlrtbdav. but. not his \\ I I
f *' sundown flriH on> Old ntljate-nt Unit' fiontlersnun hilljiikt declare . tlntuiHhi'tl' '11 nut -" Air nirliliibon as one* of Ihe' loading: oflcluls ",1 i..hit' t tV M-achid the fnil hN
this In a I nlgn whlih al"LIlIu..b.erB > Cotton Loiupanv of M..tihll. 111. ,
1 '
''n"11 the. nation and dirlaie-n" thaiiiii'ik h.iljuniHiKoil, 'lie- "
In Indian < rouhl.nSAIOTAFF in un- tluJUlunient, from .tin je-ar, uo haw I eciuplettd l
r4 ' - 1 1,111111111(1.: \ .that lubt. viarH h"I:e'e* boulli r""lllu.ef low j-ijtle- cotton lo :\;evYoili \ .I"'d. 'th""ll 1 "shou'.d:\ MI) Its )'I''r'" work at nund< -; I | 1 '

.. WAS TO RUlfiN. .1td,1', Die 1 kluson will have .the bnTttin to eh pith' ..., tin- ill,UK "t \,|...i iiiotht'i. \\.i- r.itlit-i nurpt'I'-t-el III toflif-p or | '..| .\ I !, ( i 1
in" the, Taft admlnlbti at Ion for- C"llall nefciciccmumit tl tho let( Stai:A. ) I
of I tht' otstlll"II
etinf
I '
Pilate, I Mill 111Crown. I Oll..I"'ll. hUI"'I1 lu.u ti.Mliuil. ;) luiu, tl while' InI the Florida! .: '
Woman Also Says Pontius Became \p" .. t'u tit ,i I Inn nl of 1,01 111Hql '<
I ( > 1"1' ,
Jl' I,I.K"t | ,ii, \a.i \h:1 i \ is kl" ow nt<- II.IM I"...
Roosevelt id
Theodore rfeeiclii\ \\ inns" i
culture to
*" Chlc-avo. Ill Alt'** :Mna> A >'cu i< Prince of Serv.a Quits I -on ,ie,,i e in.1111'11,1 11110/1' / that tho wholi.I"* iMKi-diri. ,, In licit nl e.y Hititvas, *npt rvi'!ion.nf Hr -JimN. I i > ,: '

toe, a 1 Kcliool 1 teuc'iii :.il) \ "-1\1 Mold, JI'I/IIIII./ <"T\'ia' The death eif thee I matte-r' I he' diop, ]>itlKt no j, .1111. wl 1.\1"1, Tin' oidmaiN \ lewt'l I'rofe-t-hiii" nf 1'11; and I., t 1 1 '

Is undtM u 111 ..1 t l h>\ thefteit, 'i"il' an I i o"vn |I'I'H'i ..', be-rvant Kelaklviex] ,ei ntlv li ,tr \\'e'--t of.'III"I'; i '1,1. II.dld. inuli-'i,n \a> IhalI binii. uII\'r"I"" Iltl now t i 1
u.ib ell i- .uiniflttl dining life .
thorithlll'l"'d with "he'inline ohJectlonilble \\ ,!' i .11., til l h) I :ite-itial, Injurie'i- fiomfjllin g"Itld i ef therainviis I I'l 1 < dale-, matjuulifv' :\U "I ,
1111'"r 'inn IH tin iiiit d t h.ii' > i I"\\ '
hytls\ I tlnoiiKh, tin" nulls ust.ilriThe* : bieic-lij\' ce-ntt-r Th.I Ktihj< t'H' <
do\\ new Ion \\,1"01
: sjiape'riihli'hed
She was HI.nl'' to tinde'teii>ioii IIOK.I ieioiiH| nllctlllK' on t that(UIlII0 Ind"I',1" JI, a lot of 0'' lOllwas' :CJf'h. aiKiittl. wns Ihe' j h "*Hl an' .11 lhnwl't i" ulg"( | "1
bald n.hiiitid, inn eases :
tal for -examinationIt 1.1 w"e. "ho WI'ol" 10 1 b.. I" ('ml"r. Ib"j .- fil'w: Yen K. and the o'uudlllJ lsonutidrc; and )
la charged that bhe uioto to thi ,,1111<; h,' 011111 1..1I0\llIl'e Ihe rl ht Infeiei'iee* wa'bthaT 1 wm ",ilnrk liltmanil ol !;olut \Idle \IC llle abu.llh"lllld.,fill ,x>"k| .and Latin ('( .
governor uf e.at h Maleha\'lux thai ''Ih.., IIHOII.. 111111 woulll 1"11" (' S'rvl" blue 1<. low prade-b. lo 'ji* IIM'tl In In mjn\ II.I ii.nitb. f.l'l..r.' e "Igh'' trinl.it Ion from tin \ '
*. 1
iti President I'afl wax .to iislnn. und () a I'll I' Ill)hl'r t hall III' bll"II"O'1..qQeblicli I depii-hsliie" the* IILI kit ](.111'11 eif&luxilur dun" anil t-randi lip hlldi' I'1 IU'' "". white (. Ilich fctudci.t. ,. '
that h.11)' t'\ Preside'nl lioemtveltwas '!, ' LIIK to ('om\.ctore\ "al impoil uKewe'ie, 10..1. .-,,1 Auieiiix ( e in IIIUH lejue f. 'IIUIlli"I a \ oar for thfifftr ,
t hi' thf' was that of ;
own em amothii.
to couio lo Chicago< : to be 01dalned I'IUIIH'lIt. wiiiiejue w nusteuiittcui me from olHclals of the- l'II"S'! I 1'II.n 8"/11 peiiics. aiv. 11)1. sum for i
,' with ,
I ami '| all uwhite I
i ]'1 II.. .* cannot enounce his right ofv'.fi CClml"U at dll. I" Ill I In th. paleii"H! tin llllh'I'" HI) .. A man who wa>t<' : I,
In Ic'tterB" nddic'-Td to prominent 'I ion : f.w gunt
t > bOlltll
'
/ .clergymen bin* wiole"P'r. : I Thc: "cplll', oidore-d a ihorouvhinve'Elisatlcni \iiut.llii'it BKO, eontlnueil were' thiet"Piofi-suor aKter" on ,thtniun | I "
i '
',''j. 'I'llate '''t''ante T.lieVrreToi'e NEWSY PAKALUAPUS."Ill of the alle gatlnns to bemnelf h,1 DECUNLtlVS'I
< hall 'lag.' I ht-\ weie-! I I t .
]tc..evell. e-ntb of the. bu J10WIUh
hv BX spoclal ni
"Ilit Ihren SHI (jiatti-, ,
1wIw4RA nntl' IB nou < 11.ld) LI,1 Meyer and Dewey Will, ,
rrtiiortetl
irrUrrttmHh
Illi' lii'glnnliiK; wuiin-ii uee'iijiie'iltijual of null"IK"t 11.
had,
UK-HI
r"1 ef a whileputeh on
I t"lh Pensacola Navy '
*
George Cortc'lvoti t ri"htK und privileges' with men that thf\' W"I'lalle 'e 1 lit ed 'lerfijim .
tl to
"Da vld II vI'd 1 ,nno J limes I )Davlfl Is" Skeletons ul the Piiilitst agt"a _bow I tangible\ evidence' iii-Mip,>o.t hll' h"I j In acie IllIbU'oll, Flu -- Ltl'r. ,
latle! ff.it-
now John I), Kocl!.efoller"William .I'J tny 1 I> ( of (' '
Ui woint-n (e>' have Itce-n I the* equal in of Hit' I
I < Oft<-ii. add el I Ihiirofpsnnr) as tne
I c S< natotH T Halt iro and
J. lln an was one-e Krannd XtJ."t'
with thi-lr mal-
laie-r became Andruw Juekbon: ) ' phvslcal sliingth RtUbtVlLTAhALKlD. \hllc' t amaK ,\ \'uI'htlol on tilt- that Si'cieiaiv. 'f tle) :'\a\v I i t
-- - - 'IJll'lhn'lI. and we know from IIt'rlp'l) dar k ..It I,. he. coulel flnel iit> ea.eof Adinlial 1 c-wry have d,
tletid of Hit Ir mental ubllllv. Sfrd ExPrtnaent ] ]< Muck c'hlld \\wlal 111'1 'ndtd btin
HiitMti Steerage Passenger I 01)l 01 Mi.iHoiit> 1 )
,.. UVt-unt-lnrlljj- - t wowflilb imeJuncUon' ) \ Iht'll. was ie: f Inure Took Ht -CW4a.- ..I to ijaicoilBJlc )io\SLd un_Jim" anaJ IH' ;
"dr-o-'r"\r .H
gnrded': to be ,thai of C\II'nl..hlll ; nutil: j jtlon ejn<' white* ufte-r anolhe-i' -
Announced _by Bishop Can ler (t Bal- she I Low.ol. j.iigidiiil.-\I'n .( Htcauer se re en 111'0 > aul at the !ejyrfi7i. .. t !
for the film II." and because
'* rueeOne '
II '10 thenegio '( wag anegiths
tlmore Methodist\ Confer nce. HTiujJUijt aijixud al tioi ta, II .ualoaiiied 1"1 < ul Org811zLlI lOll xJfrtiich
was not dependent) on man for( her : ; with a peifecfly, w hiltfhild,
all uttempt bad "l"n wade to_ placed a jjrlutrGcor at the ) !
Baltimore. Md.-Bishop1 Warren A, 'station. !

livelihood, bhe occupied a-liigh cabo-.of mother.
:{ Candlfr, presiding over the Hultlmore '' of "jibbaOlt.I ex-fl ee.uent -.rtoosevcit- -* la\'al ""offlc'lals;;
.. Such are the declarations wouldti a Daby. A was ;
irusnated, and h.j ..Me the' sc'iialors
that it. was ;
Conference of he Melhotllal J1I'.iCO''llal
:Mrs: L>'ella! Park'or the University of that ol t a.whiiesZultfT
< India., fptlatfd the Invllatloa
in ;
IK Cliurch.: South. In session Jiero, Chicago "in. eommnnfontlon' to ; awomausclul \ ubBallaiit plaeed ." ' I'i' .
declared' "live llkoChrlst1tD j' New ,t ont Oiiy.-tOiusepjji Tost),. a ',. make the, (
against the ;. ).." .Mrs.;';Park asserts that :. ,- TW irvts \ ; d" tIPi.but'Hhat
vemcnts started In seveial cltieu. or. while 'women w-eio born to have' equal steel'IS.a.lultr 01Ud"'HauiUuig., : 'ET LOT.l gone !luto orce' (
-
$ his! tituo Is to
tbd country recently.r rlRhl with men. thv( jire now without is tnu mati.who 'ted eJ'rre. Nit Ship Kearsaffltf Reported necesbary
? rIUal
*- r -' h 'f!'( so-c-alled movpnirhts to de'iit HOLte'.I.. ao COI ,lug tei a spi' initlneiit 111.11 !>. and- ]
them owing: to a .long nerlea of I Ii Lot I
make live like what the Ihlnk cial d > '1H Incident loie for 1'iin
K people ) historical" mishapsGovrnoi tpatcli 11LI 1lla. \PW' Orleniij" J. TA hpeclal to IheTlml'II.IJu itnpOhHible
Christ would live have hi>i'n falhinshe ." i : iiUjipeueu 1.0011 nl"r liie Hani'
said "Fjoin Thomas a' Keniplx I lluihts ofPW: York refuse > burg was Ic Ing bifcht of AmejileuThen . '. ,;1< I the dt lull, eif the- 10":1.Ira' thouKli In.. mrnlflid his t

down all who have trlt*<| until plans : 'el I to Tnte-ifeie in lln ease* of :Mar> ''I loHtl luoKe110111 his (OUlal' offhe* KeaiBurge. *( pi-ii" :Mon iia\iin,; a \lhH home time ,
81(0)
have ended bv iifconilnK inurbld.. rainier. senU>ncid lo dle In I lhc> e"It'c lonu. In the bteeiage and ( .\ !te>town :1'uInlul futuie, when he will look <
(
Iolnl
These caniiialgiiK did no rood; tile' e'hall' ot Auburn for the uiurdcrof the- upper deck wneie itr H"ose\elt Therepurt btates that 1""lly iieoIe faiib of theard. A('(' .. i

IllshtJp CandleT pleadici. foi a per' :Mis Sarah Hrriinan nt \\atertown wau standing, with his. Kt..ml. |' ; II'rlbht't when the? boat went \lors lecelved 1 from \\' ,

aonal religion and was rupee litlly heTrero on April 23 last. He has K't them uwuj' mj' liown captain, cook. t\ve hailorsanel further mo\es will ho 1 "

In condemning mlulsU'rs who built chid. 'I t Is said to have) bhouted fl\e pansengerti eucceodeel In the Inv yard and tne
f
The' earthquake buildlttg
preach series of sermons on Knglish u&lIBl "Now; he bhall pay for roathiiiK the short* In a xniall continued aK at prenent. ,w | l lblllty 1
J> \ hoat
lloeimel'of Berlinestsj!
\bx LiifeiS< r_ !
literature and kindredsubjects, tt." The Kar1argc -was' a small of of nhlpfl belnK aK -
lp a mnxslve bowl and has a rocking
Sailors seUed Tostl. quickly mastered Hlueflelds few months.
went to
about 225 a
J i NhdHO HERO HU\OREO. I foundation with a curved surface of him, can led him below and, by from St Andrefw tn'' 'J Island with a car- .
somewhat IPSH: < radius I than that of I thebowl the captains oiders, put him In Jions. o of cocoajiuts, and took on twenty- PJIIU AM
\
Hundreds of Montgomery, Ala, W hi tea. A half spherical pivot fits fnlo The It Is lald. Is Known five passengers at Hlue field B, Is s4attd .
IDcd..nl.
Take Part In Funeral' of Goodwin. a uip heart at. the center. At eight only Koosevelt and a few 01'bls bound for del Toro 1 Colon Government Get That
bow Boca
points near the outside of the Naval Stores
Montgomery\ Ala Remarkable fellow passengers. and Jamaica _
Honor were paid here to the memory aie l sluing buffeis which keep the? Ttoti after. his! Imlrlsonment. ie- ----- Jacksonville; Fla.-Ten

1l" ,eof .JJob Goodwin, a negro hero( wjioiWas house or other building; from being fused ior four da)' eaI, DEATH WON dollars comprised a' Bum
r canted 1 too freely .and lessen I he fore RAE
/ \ drowned In the Alabama rlfer. "Roosevelt is trying; to poison. me. -- paid to the clerk_ of
while trying to rescue two white men. of any .shock transmitted The strnc New York Banker' to ReachChicago States district court a
''it,), ', ,VjRne white men Werp drown with him ture on this foundation is to have alight TBAlNtDlllit .Dtm Beor Hl Mother Dled men s for dajuageu !
t
framework, and is expected :
," -,Vilundrods of white persons men. HteeJ Chicago, .-Frank L Vanderlip. timber on certain
:'" \ women and children look part In to resist the severest earthquake.t From Poisoned of Infected president of the N'attona) City Bank, In Florida by U. J.

.: :t 'the funeral services, and eight cadets ,. SeveralMuncle, Ind., bora: whose Patient af New York, broke all American railroad ciated In the turpentine
''elf a fashionable military high school rages, range from 1 flto 14 years are Cumberland Md.-Ha\lng becoc' :? records In an effort to reach Consolidated Naval Sorel

I { I : served aa pallbearers ""/ In charge of the probation officer and infected from a Mts bestowed by request I he bedside. of his dying moUier here and the J. P Williams

/t The procession to the grave Included their patents because they emulated. on a patient dyirg of blood poisoning but he lert: the race with death by There were seventeen

the carriages of many prominent hrghwavmen The boj"" are said to Miss Marlon C. Spier, a trained xactly 28 mlnules.Mr Instituted against Knight,

/-. white persons of Montgomery and the have held up at the point ofjreyplvers nurse, die at her home here Miss Vauderlp. In a special train ciates and the ,
funeral wait conducted by the ]leading a number of children and to have Spier Mrs Virginia CallanCardeua r-overed dlslancO from Now York Stores company and the

',L Sjndertaker of the city Tho expenses taken money and valuables away from prominent society -womanat to Inglewood. a suburb of this city Ham company.

,.* were paid by E W UIlss whom Good them One of their chief ambitions (blATttshTTrr Hospital, and the In ] 5 minutes, and when damages for tresupaSH Tie
win ii ved from drowning several has been to obtain marbleSa] and the I latter asked the nurse to kiss her, :ie leaped madly I from the train he men landu'and damage to\

mouths 110. For this act the Hehool jouthfHl bandit: have Succeeded In as' bhe- was d>'lng. The request was was m( with the announcement that thereon.. The amount

.children e>C Montgomery gave the nero robbing school bo\s of a large. number granted and in a few days Miss Spier his mother Mrs Charlotte L Vander nought In each of the (

,, a gold ..t'da1.... it Is said I was stilclien with 'ha same malady. lip, had died at 2 : 30Llklns aggregated. an Immense.

I To Donularlze; red hair l 18 the object - --- -

,:... '-DIVOBCE' fOR'" FlNIH" EABL.Unsouna. tot the ;"Titian; Club." which Is being TALKLS ABOUf TAKIFh to Help South.'Washlntgon CO\GHtSS UK ROAD

fiue Wif."Ct ;;:;;- formed Jay Mmc.Is Us_ ParroLof tindon'par delivering President Taft Sayt He WFII Oppose D C.-Declaring that Florida Invited to Send
IH This lady now .In he: "Interests of Ihe soulh are beln? -
Mind. a Hpiles of lectures to sod!- Tax on Poor Man's Breakfast. In which.Ihe gate to Seattle.Tallahasbee.
eru bv the manner .
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lfpd" Fla --
Mlddletown.I'prdln; d piney e'tv women on 'Famous Love Stories"Membership Wa"hlnglol. U C,-President Taf Is being framed, Senn01 (
hi hrlst has btieu ]
of the Titian Society will aiy atiacks on < Invll'd'
Karle, artist poet and forsmontxponeut la op"o.,1 to Klkin West Vlrillnla -
of the atllnlty Idea \vaaaerved be limited, to iedhalreel gills l breakfast table He favors cheaper surprised! r"llubtan/senate by assert- ernor of the slate

with paiieis, In an act\Ion- object will be to promote commodities for tho table and will that ho Is of the south, and In- thaprcHldent of Good

brought by MUd. Julia Kuttncr of New cltlvalr> 'and 1001 rllow8hlp." WhOkl'j use hit. Inline lice against any tax on InS, ," In slantl bv senators from that top to wad two "

York City, for annullmenl of their 1 make popular the poor, man's breakfabt table. ItU ectlonIn: prolertn! < Its Intot'Ht. 1 heiit I th( state of Florida of l

marriage KlftV. Catholic priests of the Arclidioccne : mild hedeslieB aiL Income tax to -- -- American Congieas
'lira. Karlo alleges that Farle Is ofuonound ot lullmol''* met and dpedl' increase Ihe revefljueThefe for Florida. crs. 'to be held ail Seattle
mind, and was so at thetime to make .lnll (' asblst I vl"ws1'' expiesaecl by the Big Colony t.ii, July 4 to 8, 1U09. 'in

of their mur-iage, altttoxigh slip- Cardinal sybonn In raIsin$130.IKIO .- prcsldc'iit In 1 e'ol'er\atol with ee\" Jlldwuvle. 'IB.-A party of ,Chl- Houds building of the { I

did tiOl become convinced of HiU uiuA tei puv the !Hlt of Rev., Casper .ral webte-rii .... CI the tariff. I'ORo capltnllbtsj have bought 56.oof) \'alhlngton.
about Januaiy 12 of this yuar P. 1lh..I'1 Th vAmeiican Order The pmaieljiit would like, to see coffee acre of farm lauds within nine. miles Governor Glchilst:

Furthermore bhe' bays Karle was eif "- hat co'tlblll,1, $1000. woolen noodH. lumber and itheieion or: Jacksonville, the IlvtJtt..nl "repecpn.tln8 ed to canslUer the

Incapable of legally contacting amarilase. I and collections up at the free list If posJlble... Ho lull I. I $ 111.1110. upon whlcl they jo"lorldlanl who are ;
because at tho time bo Ihe cathedra'' ali all .CothoAc I mated that he- was much concerned Rill colonUe brlf j' faimrs tend such congress, as

J1a.4 a wife living tn Farla churches to help( sWI'l the tt over the re'PleUK. 7_ ? Florida. :
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Mrs Hett/ GrptTn' Is "lost." \ I. I ---- --- Declared There is r'j In

fiVE WLnpNIMUSKlATS.Slain thou h, had been pre\'lously reports AN EGLISH PHEDGAMENT. Millionaire Insane. over the ldnp result St

In Louisiana During th$ Past .ed that she would u/ modest ousands of Wedding* Declared Chicago Jll.-Herbert L Swift, 33 tlon there upon tin- '

Year.t flat on May 1st she &stolen I \. Illegal. -. )years old, pon of the late OustavunF bond the city In the Biim (
march on who hove been walctu
New Orleans, La Preuldoift Frank Ing her 11015. Qul.ty away to Ixindbo Hngland -The cotiuty of Swift, founder cf'the packing firm fot a hlRh, Hihool water front

\ Ulllen-vOf the Louisiana game ''ertmdlon a now location knowl only to a few Hucklngliiro has been thrown Into a of Swift & Co. has.he n adjudged (contemplated and .
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rf\lniai jj that by (lie erid of Intimate friends, Mrs. Green has fever at thJdli covery that all marriages Insane by a ..ommlssl)1 of jjhyjl- melt btviers .Ir.t't i

tbta month wJVrt&OQ munkrats will been lonesome*, It 'fs said since the- celc'braKnJ at the Church of dansExcesslvo. With "(e-vc-rjbody t
liave been Hilled In LuuUlana. Muskrat marriage e and departure of her daughter 8t Jame-j Hradv n.I durln Kthe laitflfty use of alcohol wn3 given Florida,' and I thu Increase

are a source of danger during years. are UlcJgaJ. This church is the cause the number of wJnlt1' ,
the* bl t water periods, owlnc to their has been the. scene dt thouganete of .. Mr. Swift Is married, but has no be that -we hul >et
tUrflngof hole* Into- the Uv Their Mrs. Waldorf Astor formerly Mrs.Nannie I weddings of couples frbm all parts children. ITe hart an annulr of $S- room there Is tne state

,* akioa rmold' at 16 cent* each anilj Lancahoroa Saw of Virginia; of the country. nrfw ap ar* that] TOO from hls fathr'l .. At thee modate them without

rf fjely worn by women In making fare birth._ England.to a daughter recently/ aiCllrden. l the church.never I wa llcenaeos o cel-'". of fourteen, > eara he will receive our number of permanent

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(::2 a52SZ u u r .c ', ,a II, hate ro, say, taking out a: clgu, ''!and I UAEANTIN OF CATTLERestrictive (
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w (J' _. .i itrlklDC iTfustMbe Ml It with elaborate ..,
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&.4 i'I4''J I "I gucpeeded Composure.ill hiding myself: ( and Area Changed: By .A'-s'tifch'in: 1bt'.saves.: .nine.
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,D2}' child fi'bm $'6u ant} your devilish the Secretary of A i'culture. Save sick pell I
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design,*" ,begMn Lambert; lit\ "fi voice many: ,
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ELaisifBiberS: I that vJUraled. with*' t'\, anger he could SOUTHERN fEVER THE. CAUSE try giving the child ,.

a 1 Ijifl dly. control. However, I couldn'tcarry : "

'm ,, J! out May plansand! ; I Jtnowjjfte! Inspection Privilege, Halt .Dan Withdrawn . # BALLARD'SHOREHOUND "- -
EV3ysHerryo: ; a cannot keep rout of nifHit forever so" Frcjhi Some Section oft( -
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I I I made up sty mlud to see.l!It "'e can't Account of the Di.o.. SYRUP
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( ? ;.< I Bjr MRS. W and come to au agreement word net ua you:go( Washington: D. C.-"Xow regulation '
1.71: never ajy a against fever '
southern Texas!
or
regarding
:.; !.: :!5 ,. I or meddle In anv way' of cattle have* been issued by',the EYERY ,MOTHER 5- ..f

, '.. . .---. --. I!I "Is that all J.o'u have .to. 'Ilify. cei... secretary of agriculture, to! take effort .', should keep supplied with Balbird's Horehound Syrup It flh.,::, a

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''continued were lila list: words at stsj'lhlg-11 I II teniptuou l .. "I ;'tnough* you had the entire stalo of Alabama, Mississippi tams absolutely nothing Injurious' dafca not oonatlpate. Good

tt--J Just come si i'night puck i and tell! ) youep'erylltlhg son 'thlnlJ new" Louisiana Florida and South for children RS well an &du ta. 'I

.__. 'Hugh! I ilo not .know hint'-' ; : .-'_ _____ ____. Tsp _I_ !have'. 1'. have. .! _' _man -Carolina and parts. of California' Texas -immediate A cough lyrA often. loads. to consumption- and should" -0'be- checked- {
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t 1lke1tItanuflTt" trtmg: ; Oklahoma; lllSiOiul: ArKunsfU.Ten'nuuaoe. -
"jonnd; lemamherthal. the bolder ft'ho believes my story. and heols a-
vtlli vivid blush but a canals ; U"ol'&la.ol'lh Carolina 'and
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a frail you ('811 j-how IIIIreatel'; the barjtjinjot ta3iils6d: Household
/ if she had! nu da her i Vlitflnla, There la somo i reduction of Necessity. 4
up "
steadiness! .ts \ '
OlfUiCC _of his! | ldini' Sj>cfikas if And he Is eked Heeling wlthTt -
"* :; > .) .?_ _. the quarantined area and the exceptions
mind, she. uTT; Mood, rnfghtdearHugh. you had a (.loudof, witnc'satM to back """* uahlii l Iii flgai fit-niTilSIIpd\: ,' o'n certain portions of this area J. C. Smith, Houston, Texan, writes: "I have used

." V Oil," j "Gl!>'un'! You 'know him." have been modified. As a general rule, Ballard's Horehound tyrup'ln my family for the past 8
Uljnii clasped her In M., aims and "A).. that the' plan*. I'll try It, ff "Ha'! and he belll"Y \tr littleromance' between February 1 and October 31 few yearuT-iwl; find It far)superior to ony other cough

kl$Hlng hei piuleii. | lniiloiod] her l to 011)1) mi nerves Peep I as steaJjIB: they "-a look of concentrated .cattle may bi,, moved from the quar medicine we have tried. :Every "household should bo
*. endued when nUlppod by supplied with this worthy re l1edy.
I lake tontUK foci to-daj." I fury contracting his brow Satlsfac- area 'only-
l.ambetl liavliiR.;
.f. himself to noeilnir. w'(is low. The chief Inn of Cm' ;'It-hall, a small beliefs arc, not evidence. Now I have aluughler.Aside f'om, I tin change In the quarantined -
1)'I'\'OllRly anxll>ii8 ID keep In liiOln/-! / COLDS WHOOPING
town( on the borders of >.oi'ths'ilre.! positive cadence\ area Itself, the prliftlpalcliaiKu COUGHS :
and even drove .wllh GiMin and I dale I I was 1'11)1 I and Inibv one morning In peering'' -jou are Iho most ae- In the regulations is mat the CURES SORE THROAT: BRONCHITIS '

., ill far-/nS L jdt,I tielhln's the nuiinlnK" iiay more, than I twelve! months from r\ll's"d scoundrel, that ever disgraced. privilege 1 ot making Intel jtate shipments AND ALL LUNG TR9UBLES. ,

of the d.\\ the taller w<.ri.> lo' tt( nl foil HIP openUF! : ;; of this true slut, }. It (Joels eai. h'Yeie! it not for mychild of tattle from thai area upon PRICE 25c 50c and $1.00 ',, '
l the (CiuiJinoiil lie,111..: ",d,, he said forfeit with Inspectluii and cell UlcatlOJl] will be ,
was mm Uei dad 1 I'd 1 (gladly pay my 'r'
to set the lafM of biso'illil. limited to- cattle that )rave been onlyon AVOID ALL SUBSTITUTES. I" / I
I Thc status wore liill! of stiong life for the pleasure, of killing you. 'y
'Tin last f I thcn i few weeks iiu-mlatw: Known 10 have been flee
., '(ncorrected e."I .I si'i'sliealile lIug". woilhyof the shire! I Knowing; soy luau), -1' am not such of fnticHon for at least Mv months,
( C.U lui w IIH'n bred them I and the busy. hORI-1 a blockhead as 1o Como here un- and thin ptolslon will aUo apply. to '
":iluy bo 5i. ni n' IH> so," sold 1 Lain ) Ballard Snow Liniment Co. /
I"I' hail st'art'" time to. att t'e nil n lined and he made motion with movements, dUIIIIIh,- 011l'11 seasuu. ;
Lert w'!11( l h n Had i Ink in hl'ofl'(.. . d 1 'iiiind of it HtllinKPi, who liail been I his hand 1o bin breast pocket 'I'bo cbanjiM In I tin luurantlnid' I

: l..iiin-n]! :mil) l.lxK: ha,I let lrcd' in -.' .HUH\ ; lot. i ho. last. t 1"0 dnsII tbo liond; ," cried Lambert and he area H" competed! nigh that of last 5OO-5O2 North Second. Street,
.lour I' u.u.r..Lu-4.i-W-U1.U-1ll.* Ludy. -.. +,- --a.--follw'H' .. - - ""
F a C L..n Inn thnris"rfsr Other 11"tll( !1'1ml1dAdlIl' "TnTRIliifl it peculiar Viraifitfjiiflf, : "BuT" -ya
lioiuliiii 'I'hltnv' sin, and Miginia, Si>otlm.H'anU o\inly fb1't'I..ulwd ST. i }
( :.flliiliK i LOUIS MO.
t .-! I tits hares, be I I lad i'i'Idcn each this In nonsense. In lominiod" : "let 4 x
( ;lynn. folluwi.! //11111., 111. latli; .i diawInic i trot quarunlfie't'arwiek t ':'
f (1.11 .sins"' 111 UMllfll ilK talk like I'HKonaHo bcliiRH. ,lust with the ...ptloii of Newport: : -
county oxc :
I 1,1-1': into 'tin. < rums' i\utoiv ,ulllioiipxl I '. hand') Ii iin'i lii 111,'. mil I III Kid- I, 111 what folly It l 1M In tbiow away :News: dial ydct. is quarantined. The Mn. B.Km naBaEKm ,
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j/lJnlll il I I It' him inisill" h" said 1. "' I tttrInigltt'III' IIP awfullliinnk \' I mi no fool al.out 'M hoi HP, and <'in band towards the t IHHS and upland Fluyuna auntp!I !and .b. tiauli.d t0ldutl'tlburg ;.,
, : ," lii ,'\I\II..I.. \nirii Iliov here< I Sold and Recommended by
bit of ; eouulylIn \ ,
.ineiallv! nninatc all I wail' with m) | 'rut) whin"-a whim. a ccruge i -
t nut of Illislllll, 'Gy l; lll.lt Illlll I In ,pioit'doMIn ' have \ :North: Carolina Union: Anuon
iwnhatils". J SosatluaIit' \\hen you destroyed fe
, ml' all dlllli iiliinh, \\ III In sot 111<,11111 saddle I'uo "steed' In hall selected : IIH. and )planted ,t thoin In EIs.'s and Warren lounlka are lelennedf ''For Sale at ROBERSON'S DRUG STORE.

rd and I HI;ill In :.10 1.. KI :till w lib I Ilt'l' her l oni iuaiatine| | - -
of tin I'll
and soon tioiliil oui! laid hrnrl't > pierce i through In (Ceorglp! the liiHpeitlon: p."II"lIu;
NOIII' I I..Ihl'l'. toi Uiiisanni: than, ,, I A Hi i'a UK"*i nay .* no\.\Ii i it Eal'ls-] llfi long1)w will von like to turnout Is withdraw, front Io'anlllll.Iurll: }'. "
font lluie, will, iiiiU In I I IK.KO and nndeei.il! id- of thlllllId plute and count counllcsnoULiArtic (KISSIMMEE( *
.. ha,11. iuiiulik) :! were : j Oiliiui uiid Hull 1 1ROUTL
lo\e. fdion 1 Ixit b in thl' future diossiil, in' iiiini host.'ttiw inl\id 1 '(in c!\'eij' I pennIn I vtyii' poi'ket r. . \ A
: \\ 0111,1, In Coo; Ill 1"1'1'1' hit -I Iai .1.I a'.11111,1.:' :V 1 UllllS llllll i lilt KUOhll'. : "I I don't Intend to do'either; I Rlijill\ : : ; SALE: LOCK. .-

, \ win n\.i'' said Ijlh.i, wall ,'I The 1 visitor wa' from" 'I.uunnn'. 01Iiiini be i'ewai ile'd.' for' in*' lI t l ill 1 III t emort' I
i Combination( Responds Only to Masten's EIVER
. (-u.11'<'i'iny: high II I 'tniiln Balls" Hut 1.IIII"w, a honest' hy keeping.. ,;; tin1 estate foj nihfi >' VoiceD'pMi. .
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I ir.:' rid HI acorn III tutu fathers holh'\t.trn, In -in: our. lu, li.ul" In'.>n .. Mson: II nun In'l.ilpss;. cripple.. .
I I 1")0) 1 Iniuor has lx8TKAMER
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Ir'Illm, nil dii the mist| tilth, Itr1wh Is
11\1" i to lung Ian on a in\ 1II"I''I'u. 1 Inca. : I.JJ.J..fE..L
i phllllll.lI'I/.h.. "aJ""
' STEAMER HOSCADA.
) to thin;:; tnl 1'." III ,,, lisit" .
" I j '!tndird's: i I.IMIOII' this t IIIItl III"II" only half alive a4 it is, and 1 pioliablv which lie saiian\ only be opened) Captain Sr.
Clay Johnson Captain Clay Johnson, Jr
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i I.II'.H' train a uvw" |paltrt.] i i ".iiid 'he in i\' ifHiijn!; the fall" half sinpos' ,ny I the ovuici tend 1 tells' III iln |1"i: "
IJu\ .si't' I Ili"! , I I1t I' Regular l .eekly trips to Ba !nOr -d return Hqseadu leave. KJa.I_ J ;
- JU(1 3iq'\ ran hoped: is lion I, lit iiould\. nilli up 'MKlllu ,' sr'ases, before long; t then I may tnanvin cure ct', ixpiil -iihManllalc: IUt : ;
Ilta111.l tilt llutlglt', t I"idal ":)o..I". ! j h Iltns', ., Th"I'" ': uis: II letter, *' sweet cousin) and nil will //I.<> will lain '. In tihtrt' of Die, faUlllll1r knoli mee Tuesday morning; and anUii' J.lsnlmuiro Krlday cvenins

I '.:'"r i 11',1,I ,.1.1i ;i inl t' pI 1 nq] 'rut-' '''' :I'd, fir' l linn hull mulling fill' >1 DiiiliimI anil happily when we hove bun**, you> on ilu dour" Is the nioiiihilei| of a Special Charter Trl|;s to Lake OUf>i.r.ob.>(.,and Foil Mjcre on the U1U.. iTo \

gnll:l I 1, h... ,II .11'" st, nh'. :""ii, n,,1 1 111< 'I I I KTIOIN, 1 thi ]I" MM" mil the sir siHllllnpeil I I Mm blundering I /; l hlarkl.lIl1l'.I"-"h| a till'pin lie! ,\ il. li<'.He mrdle is III.lI"h..1 Comfortable a..ol\1u..lnlon! for pas..ngers.; Rate reasonable

HIM'k. aYvil. I ,.!h.. I.,1. him IrpcArlll'u. I ntilhididdoil, till I host ; Sudden\ Haiti! of rage and balled, ID Ilse dla 1 ; hi':a*; n>, tin end of Th most plcllrl..c.'e'erwa1| In Florida. w

In nil tile 1.1J., aluceliy of! oohs"1at li..n..I\. Hie nredletc'tlug:; In the groove of a For Paisenecr and l> ltht Halos Hpply to
1. .1 "I 1 dire" saylu''s :in i let I loneiriiiKi 1 I said Iamlnll thinking sound iccoioT' made in a iiliolio, ,'iupli
Inn .iff 11" !hap"| I I h" moment was tonic! to plabis I ry lindct, CLAY JOHNSON SM, Proprietor

Suit i af',.I It II 'grlntnn. > ; rah'. IJH: 'oust, Ion" of Uieso; roiiiiiiculH iMim'p mid "You'11 not be able toi '1 In- \\'iiul w h kh tin safe is lo k..>,1 l On board "IJllle," lCls. ,lmme.. n. C

if .ItntiuJl: 1III'.P'r.' I rllllaing to his r l.aiiilnit: toll on with I i"I" ':ii i',\ nutoiii. neat I little hihemeM Oil is Ihiih "Mioidt 1 fluid (hr one who _. -
loduini IK/. 1 1.,1 I ,1 I g6udhy.' I" fae' 1 \itteicd It must n* nut it before the - -- -- --
:' I. t trod lii'mli ilistd\ m until. The I Hlsle is imaged to ihnii: and ; K
1 1..ml. 1.1 ( ;"IhltltiI I : 1"1." !Itathlnt; : '<1 I 1 leurt In* bad ,rrreitid I thai nun' til 114 will be hit wife Ixfdie thief weeks Mif.. will open, In the! t.'-1.1 a do/tin v

I 1:1 1 :!'.|Ir I Ile load I i", ill, con hall".II\ I luil: ,I In-ill" \ file-"I I iiill hoarvhat i I ale o\el She Is taIIIK' with f.adv mi n lilid, tn imitate Inn tube i of the (;:' -% ,
man who locked the ate. but the lock
down l 1111. \\ hen 'II dj'n" ion IIIK: tiny, lint I do not i\' ish a ('i el bin until the wedding takes the .
1 1inninnl would respond 1 only 10 light man
inns'dI .nil i in "n nit 1 1I bath) art 11I III "rid, I '
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i to I .10-*-_ till III! rehuld\ ) Y"111 1 I'la.O''
'> I 111'1.1 l I I .. ,' dill. ,IlllllII '"I I'KlK. al Ii. must 1111'i el i Iii,' l in' i the II'et''s lIa'l1 IIIIt. lK'ciinK.; \.as moved at last and SLIVSATIUNAL SUIUDE J Defy Old Age
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Rr .mil :asu, ,. '111!., I ..1 j (ilt..' ill'an i Iti::r room .. IttthVoid, abut a null Irma slruied: t buck rbat' la
In, 1t..1 1 lo"lh I Ils nvVi, :MII Mr*, Pierre Lorillard Jr., Takes Her
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I 'tillagi' .\IIt nor! ,'.Illdhrrl" l \\ has CUnn known jour secit l
Jt"'trl'I 1 Iia I \'V I 1I'.IIl yon hnlpt"| | 'flu 1[ml no .signal' at.. and 11 : yon"I. >t dm'inft" ---" Own Lute, keep ,

i'i'I".k Mill I III"t'iVll\ I 111: :any' Illlll I Illlll tlers. . liv ":Mi Smith Lambert; 1'lit l last month and lIIore;" Inlor- \\ahliliiKton: U. C.-\\iarv of the --a rh,
'' S'rung' I KaHWiil of 1 : doiif tau I I t<(,,1!k il oHl and /rend it RninlllHK; .; his I. iiiited), Lambert
tifn with
Ira bolle\Pd. years of jilt) s.
Young 4
\\ \h\\1': \ dins mi n..th.1 1
MIII IretIi IH. In HJ 1 I sjIbc I \nd Lady CeUtIf-1s: she equally Ii-al A Ing' liul good( :Nu: father i \ti I made u I insole M. dailncilliin; ," hemulti'ipiJ \tell informed, ?" Jt I'., aged; 49. wife of 1 the tobacco mae

dtugllIlr\ ] liinili'i! ,r Ihauyun IIIM mad," I. "(an Is lo nothing to turn She Is." ITo elute. lummitted sun.-lde! by asphyxia

1.10" his Hunk'? Jf he luNl a gleam of confidence be lion, at her homo near the fashion tJow- 1f\Ioe Ey Beatrice Fairfax +.jyrWb 1
__. ,. ..'Then glvo juo ,a lot ing;.- thouRbt -'ould'.be I KSw daringly unscrupulous ContinuePower 1 -. able IJuPontcircle. IIthis city. Her. .
,:. : now? and again. God 'bless you, my but he hun 'enough, to From lip Tide tragic.death! has shocked the first social N....NN. ; KNO\V a little. old woman of 70 whose Wart Is as :young as '

J:t'dlll'lIug.;;:. ,, Oood-byo'.' go (r-hyt:"!' :';': '.:. make a coward of him. oKjin Isjny- Attention is once more called to elhn circles In, of the capital The members as nothing.-of .: : though she were in the twenties. Her halt-Is as whit as

','.' 'ii ",'Onlyi,. for 1\ lltlle,while,. dearest, years. snow; but In her them burns the fire and ,vlra of :youth.
? 'i best r, card, but Dperlng JinVa his thla lubje"* ,,liy the .proposed, establishment the. Lot'lllard family! famous becauseof" : I. eyes
'heMry! ;.slie) exclaimed J>i i Uo('''":' careful- . ,. st'eng'hJ'he-has! : only lo: Ilo'b Iy'v I of'a'power"plant"based'on Its' wealth, are gathering' hero to ".If Z: ''. She has_' worked hard all\ her life and has saved quite a

and cnme'to'ma: SOOUtt! and I am at his mel'C)'. the use of the tides to compress air mourn over the unexpected blOW : sum of.money. Her people are anxious that she should stop; t 1"l

There was'llttle. 01 no difficult InIw'auadltlK "1 mint keep HIT,' brain, clear," he at Rockland, Me. At that place there In spite of the coroner certificate ***.**.4N working and live comfortably on her savings for the rest of

Lainrieit to tirrgrt his II muttered "I I wish I could get quit of exists a natural tidal basin covering of death by suicide, members. ot the : : her days ; but she b'II'S she Is too young to give up work yet

future son-in.law 'r, Imitation tills mad deslip to shoot Deering-It) an area of about one square mile. family declare that Mr''. Lorlllard .***.***.* for a whll.

In ( I jl\niiH ihanibiis IK I'I'\I'! \\ OUI
COUHldeiabl never Stroll I through coal l country la twelve feet. It has been calculatedby THE (JBEEN.: and makes the I host pies In the country l

(11iin carefully avoided am nppearance lines: with in>' )Elsie ngaln; I never the engineers In charge of the project She has, a keen sense of humor/ and her lauh rings out a dozen time.

of change,,; In his habits, and could stoke her bright hair wi\h this that 5000 horse power can be developed King Edward Congratulatas Explorer a day as gay and merry an a lrI'B. -

I went out to dinners and l patties as right; hand If It hadJ.committed oiurdtr assuming an efficiency of Shacklcton. She likes lo have young people about her. "For" she says "Sure, Miss. fh' \

' usual At one of I these) he. encountered -"! That I' never done. No: seventy per cent for the air compressing London J ngland.-Klng Edward we are all young together and do be having a line time." /

} ( 1 l Peering, and look the. In- j Dpeilng'> you Infernal lIar-only! in apparatus. It has been art Joined being in showered the congratulations upon Lewis which Ernast Dear little old woman! Her heart Is as sweet and pnre and kindly art

'p HlatlVe by asking If IIP had Lean all fair fight have I killed ny mane shown that- pressed air' can be .it. ShaclUet-ou: roqifsHU bar permission a baby. and that' Is what keeps her so young: Time. could not have the heart :

i this time In the country'. as he had When he reached the very humble transmitted long distances through to name a new range of mountains to do'other Than deal gently with! her. - >

t not seen,him anywhere lately.' little hostelry distinguished bi the pipes with very little loss of power, discovered In the far south after You can all keep young if you keep from getting Into a rut and keep

t "I I stayed longer than I Intended sign' of the Saracen Head" the and it la proposed to supply such air Queen Alexandra. your interest In people and thUngrlTJive' t ''\ '

at Denham But you have Ifeen crest of the Deeilngs, which stood beside to stone quarries situated! within a The explorer'-! father who is livingIn Gray hairs and wrinkles will come but it Is the spirit that really keeps : '*

rather scarce lately I haven't. seen the, village green of Denham radius of twenty miles from the tidal London and was letters also Inundated of congratulations with. you young If your heart gets dried and old It will show In your face, tor .. .r
telegrams
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you In the haunts of men. Lambert was cool and collected basin. It Is pointed out that many He is still without news of the eyes are the windows of the soul and the truest Index to you character. ; '

i "1 think I have been as much about enough. He dismounted and desired similar tidal basins' exist elsewhere bin son. except that brought \by the If you are an unmarried woman don't sink Into the typical old maid,, i '

as usual. 13y the way Is your AmerIcan that his horse should \be given a feedof along the seacoast.-Youth'* Com- newspansrs.r ._ existence, H,.: 1'

o friend Vincent In town' I fancied oats that the girths should be I, panion. Don't be kittenish Nothing is more objectionable than the kittenish >

I saw him the other day in Bond I. loosened, but the saddle wan not to MARINES RETURN TO SHIP. woman But keep young.Keep .

street." be removed; "for," said he very deliberately Poor Pussy.If President Roosevelt's Order Revokedby abreast with the _times, De Interested In young people and their"
, "''Vincent.3''es; at least he was last "I want to finish a sketchof there be any noticeable falling Taft doings and don't withdraw -yourself into a shell of reserve ro. '

a week. He will not give up the chase I the Deer's Darn and get back to off in the cat population hereabouts! it Washington president D C.-The last re jo out and visit jour friends and if you. .have ailments, keep them to

after Lambert and hlfe daughter Mown >" catch the up-tialn at Earlshall about may without doubt be attributed to maining vestige of the Roosevelt) or yourself e

belief Is that Lambert never G. so I may wane the horse all in a the growing use of cat fur. Almost doer taking marines art the battleshipsand Don't get Into one way of doing things 'and Imagine that your way is the ,

quitted J England::: harry; ." any kind of feline, it seems will do crlJo) en of the United States only way; and don't fall to appreciate a Joke even when it Is at your' OWD r

tH "I go down to Denham on Wednesday So saying he walked quietly for thljB purpose, even the back fenco navy was swept awa)' when President expense. I

for a few days. 1 a'm making alterations thrpugh the great old wrought-iron variety,; If it be sufficiently well n.ourished Taft after the matter had been con Look for the sunalilne of life, for noUflng) so preserves youth as cheerfulness :

*_ there and want to look after gates, and up the stately avenue for to make the coat heavy and sldered at a cabinet meeting, direct 7 ;
, .V'_ them." few hundred yards. Then striking smooth. The pelts are worth here ed hal an order be Issued restoringthe The not 1
a I I marines to exactly the same duties more fact that you are over CO need make you an old man or %
.5 S "Well good night,; to the left he quickened his pace, from fifteen to twenty-five cents each they )performed prldr to being. ordered wonan If you take caro of yourself and live sensibly, getting plenty ofsleep :

Glynn returned with so much"lnformfltion and plunged Into the beautiful woods. and the securing them is somethingofan ashore. and fresh air you will be able to hold Father. Time", at hay for years

for Lambert who was evidently And all those grand woods this industry in Philadelphia The Tmln yourself to take a cheerful view of life Don't worry over trifles ;

stirred by it. "I am better and beautiful sweep of hills these groupsof skins are, however sent to France; "OUT OF HELL INTO EDEN." Pond don't. lose. your temper. Frowns are great wrinkle builders
stronger" he said rising and. stretching dappled deer! that murmuring where they are dyed and whence I know( '
..Pt that this I Is a true recipe for youth for haM not my little old ,
*,. himself; "I'll take heart and go brown stream IIIP I solemn, stately they return! to,this country as popu- Rabbi Advises Young Men to Get Out friend proved HT-:New: York Evening Journal. \ '
=-._ -. talk to him in the midst of. his 111- hrerheH that d hundred lound the \barn lar fu'r.PhlJadelvbllRecord: City, and Go to Country. '

gotten property ; maybe he'll reR on. which stood at the verge: of the deer Chicago, IJr.-'Out of Hell'! Bark t. *. M r;

Anywa, I'll not bear this state of I>al'k-all these were Klsles. all an to J Eden'! That in the PX hoN 011011 .w i.c i.
misery any longei!; 111 find freedom he t thought Travers Deerlns carne ItlK Ball of Snake given \ouiig men of the Chicago HP
somehow'! cried Lnmbeit with nn John and George Aber sons of biew Institute b>' Kalibl Isaac/ Land
out from the shif*< of the rough.
Wj..c .J\r- + ..tJ )
\o.I'WII -\r J'I<
la I the (;
who declares 'that 1 Hell
alt of determination I picturesque "dlflce and adi'nnred to George Aber, a farmer residing; near man,
while working In the illy and I};den. tho! farm
meet him this village "In Eden" says :Mi. I ji\ml man c
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CHAPTER !. The two mencamo1 face to fare a woods on their father farm over ,there Is always work to do ThOn The Child Must Have

1'aid in Full little 'n the ieai of the barn and, turned a large rock under which they In beauty for the. eye and ply for Iho

"I terl like myself," mid Lambertto stood In silence for a few seconds! found a ball of'snakes. tar' There Is health' and rldits. luo trl

his _h ml a few days after I the encounter eyeing.; onrh othorwlth deadly hatred ; The snakes were coiled in bulk as for him who employs| bin miiado. for Home T {

above lecoided 111 go nor was/ the gaze; of the unscrupulous large as a bushel basket, and the lads malting the caM,! .. give* up thp t bl\ss ; rainingS .
succeeded in killing nil of them Ings hidden (rh<'re." The excuse thai
down to ITj;niain to-morrow and get villain n shade less steady or unflinching -71
the nlm teen centuries' of "hrlaiian Intolerance
snakes In bunch.
here were fifty
lily Interview' with Decilni over than that of the man bo intended s
unflttid J\va for the
"i I am not al UIl8IH' jou are equalto to make his victim Including many milk snakes garter pursuit of hate agriculture it | iniulld 8v Percival Chubb of the Ethical Culture Society } f' ,
11. Lambert' > ; you ate feverish and Praj.. why have you taken the snakes, several black snakes and EJ. t
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excitedVhy not wait till he comes I trouble to come down h'el'e.' whcniou! other Rochester specimens Union.-Dath aud Correspondence Advertiser WAGE CUT R ) _-__ l'R old home culture and w'roue still, the old homo pieties, i

up to town" might. have seen me In town next arc disappearing. The church and Sunday school have not

., Uccuuse I'd foci safer In the country week! naked Heeling" cooll), I Complaining. Iron Plant Are Reducing to the Level O kept 'pace with modern pedagogy, and are. losing their hold. :'

{ Conslal>ls ate not so near at "For various ,reasons chiefly be- Not 1905. on society at largo In the Increase of hoodlumism, divorce ?|

hand In the country.. (.;> IHI> I could not wait" "Don't you wish you had had the Bethlehem Pa.-The> companies operatliff ___. '___ Child labor luxury and extravagance: tin're I In a relaxation 'V e* |
in the Le
furnaces
"I'll Ri; and Bleep at my own place Then you have "voniPt" iilim important i iducatldnal "advantages you have given g the have iron Issued orders to reduce of'rnoinl muscle. and In d'strins' we are turning totlieschooU .JIf.1, ,
Valley
ti to1Ir.ht.Ild 1 I'll start off to-moirow ( HomethiiiK favoiablu for c you son ? high
; : of the furnaces 10 percent > ( to stem the tide of mot al luwumieuey 1 President Eliot aid -
n Srning 1\Iabo I'll bo lucky, hey ?" voutadf to )propoSi'| )Flibt, wlifi,' is I ':1 I duxino" as It makes much differ wages This reduction will apply to -. : 'H pc n d more iiiony fur education ; l bilL Jt is a mistake. W i-, .+. .:f
lie pulled out Elsie:: cyst lettet >and Klslo'? Yen know?" once now answered Farmer Corn- The ThomasIron
I 3,000 or 4 000 workers cannot transfer the duties of the home or of the church to. '1.,.,
read It through in silence She: is :. "I do "I might have enjoyed them and the steel
I Itnssyl Company Empire the K-hool in hiM social environment' in the time ho spends out of school',?., :!
.happy* anyway, but she's wearying "Is she In England" some years ago, but I'm too old < to and two Com)>any have rnnounoud . .the child! gets inside education or mlsedncatlon than be- gctIn ft, -We'h.rr
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i, for her old dad: God bless her! I "Xo ? play football or row' a racing shell the (cut. others will follow-. to'olJj&k! thBfolil idea ot having lLJ>iii'eiits purser: out the JJWr&1JD.aot J c y
God Bless her and Jwatch over her! "Will you tell !ifiip where she Is'" I now 'maybe It's'ju.t as veil.Vtuhlugton ."- The proposed reduction! #rlll put tho tl'I'/ .1\\ I .
back to the level of 1945. Inrla.-Leslle's Weekly t'j
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-with a burst of feellne. ; 1 will -ther'on." \ Star. wages ,1
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---Now- that the tourist season Ts drawing I """"' ''''''''''''''''''''''''' -'''''''' ''''''''-----,,-- .f.fC
Kissimmee Casette.t t I
i ; Valley to a close, Itr our Board of Trade Sprigg Fleming'CLEANING

, '. beginetdnoeUleworkofacquainting I Plant, Wood's..Seeds A, CARSON; Pr.sldst. 1'1.' CLBRYA"dl."retlrp, I i

t '; PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. our northern! and western friends with THE: :: j i
/I4(' Office in Valley Gazette Building. the fact that thi/sunimer climate ofKlsslruime For The .

i K1SS1MMEE.OSCEOLA. COUNTY. FT.*. : is. by far cooler and more PRESSING .. I
Garden &Farm.
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a. - pleasant than any other section of this DYEING Waters & Carson Grocery .Co.Vhol .

I. W.. B. HARRIS Editor and Prop'r.SUBSCRIPTION whole country except! "the mountain re 5REPAIRING' Thirty-years in busineBS.'witha

- sorts : ''_ __ _.. __ steadily increasing! trade every i W.ol..al.. cad B.t ll'D.al.ral IN JIi {
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year-until wa hare today one

1.' ...,.RATES..:..... The cattlemen of Florida met in of the largest busineasei in seed. GROCERIES: s
On eon,.on rearOM .. ....... . . 11 00 5o Tampa the oilier day and organized a In this country-is the best of ;
*copy copy.thnaa al* monthsOn mon!:!>.. .."........... 24 ,state' association for the purpose of Leave word at my house and clothes evidence as toSuperior-
will be called and returned :
lOP
; fixing. the price at which cattle will be The Qualityof

1 ...All.....efcfinnnnlottoM.....\>Onc"to.. mu.t except be birned from by our the Author-writer. II sold. We hope they will stick together Wood's Seeds. COUNTY AGENTS FOR i 1tej et.d matter will not ba murBMl unlnaI 1 long enough to do some good; but I. .

.--\.e..t-JJed few.ti" ; it.is more than likely Armours and Satisfaction Guaranteed We .re headquarters t )for | II A Y I I celebrated Fertilizers I I CRATES | ',!
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the Postofflc In Klulmmee. FU..mm the Swifts will dictate the price at 1 f .
eond-clssM mall matter. Grass and Clover Seeds. | GRAIN -i- ETC. !
which-t cattle owners will sell their J
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ti"I =- - Seed Potatoes.Seed Oats. (;lr".lan sad Prlc.a ,

Friday, April 2, 19OO. beeves.Furnished. .-- I DR. JOSEPHINE HPHPEROSTEOPATH Cow all Peas.Farm Soja Seeds.Beans and I - F.nol..4. o. Appllcatloa. ;? \'!'


t; The Payne tariff bill Is such an unjust
that the Filipinos Wood's Descriptive Catalog, | HIDES FURS WOOL |l li
,t. :- measure even 1, the most useful sad valuable of ,
4 ,oppose It. "Graduate of tbe S. S. 0. and Garden and Farm seed Catalogs. .

Still College! of Osteopathy.)) mailed free on request. t i Country Produce '
a. Specialty
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4.. This Is the way an exchange puts Iti:
!,! "Recently It was Teddy Bear and the Specialist In diseases of Women T. W. WOOD t SONS, jjj j .
and Children. Consultation and examination ..
S dsmn
Richmond. V
I "" r Biff Stick; DOW it U Billy Possum and free.fifondays "

-ft": '? ha> Bin\ Bellr." . ..,)_ house ready to move i ; and Thurdavs. r

into; two-story, nine rooms good Office, Graystone. Hotel, Kissimmee. Favorite \
The Suwannee Deni&crat is a splendid i Fla. FertilizersFOR :

I4 paper and a Credit to the press of water and garden. Nice loca 1
Florida, but it makes u mistake when
i, +t .. U uses its entire front page for advertising tion. DROPSYASTHMA I CITRUS ANb ALL OTHER CROPS.FERTILIZER :..
ASTHMAPILES '
11 purposes. I i I --0--
CANCERIn
ti The orange growers In Florida: having any form cured and prices reaSonable. : Nobel, MATERIALS
failed to organize a state association -7 hoow every .
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Address To b.com..rrylt{
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the/: legislature should pass slaw to aP.dauWeare.y... "
DR. JOHN' T.VxTTERSOfl. Atlaitu. Cs.W eIa1IA produdna'" the beat e..rve.elabls
i , 'of some character that would prevent = ID b INSECTICIDES '
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d I ---'-- -- become J rrpW: . ,J,
t the shipping of green or,( unripe fruit. =-.J- lheeesuneitfeurenra -
everywhere. geed err ]ew' -FOR SALE BY- :
t /. etalof sealfrs W on and..a&bT""t""lcn.teeueR . .. .
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Duval county will vote May Jlth on : s.D:1t
the question of Issuing* million dollars . .' : ,fElIT I tA. Dl'igoti MICN J. M. LEE. :-- KISSIMMEE .
J. M: WILLSON ', JR. i
ID bonds tor the) building of good .; .L.. WYNNtI1Yd1CL9 < ::: *, .
l'OadllQ'"ibat county. If Duval can FLORIDA ,... AGENT FOR w'
KISSIMMEB!:, Ft < "; 'AND SURGEON '"1. 6
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issue a million dollars worth; Osceold -- : _
teDth REAL ESTATQ AND INSURANCE ,Rrueacc.: PHONE 33. KUBIMMEK. Sanders Fertilizer' Company Jac1S( 'nv Ile. Fla..pt17 i
" caD oertalolv {do the same for oDe- OrncE PHONB, 117. FIOUOAJjK. DR. LESLIE W. 'WE DON ( .
Of that amount. tfit' 0l.ly
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'Wllti.nut' Indian Pile Ointment will core J. W. SIMPSON! Specialist-Eye, Ear
Taf\ says be is for economy In theadministration Blind BlemliDgaud itching pU..... U abw>rl..
Nose and Throat......
the tumors, aII.Ie! the itching at one aota 11* ifU :;: o'i... < of the affairs of
trovernmvot .
1 ' rlve mutant" reliefWllllmmi. -DENTIST.Upstairs .
+ although he-receives twenty- lean::: Pile(liniment ia prepared for Pile amItGtoliiff
of the private |iarta told only by UwOaceula Private Hosoital. American National
five thousand\ dollars a year more In Pharmacy COn.and S1.0U in Katz Building. y

aalary than any of bis predecessors. OFFICE HOURS!; : t 9.a.. m. b 12 m.f Bank Building Tampa, NOTICE! I
t, It must be the other fellow he Is in fa- 1.30: to 6.30 p. m. Florida.
Telephone No. 76 Jun 6. Ivr .
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q of economizing *H ,
for ) (
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I Ta.reduce stock Ja order io make room for
The GraystoneKISSIMMEE. --- my summer
Isot It about time to cease talking -- ----- ----- -- -- J-.---M: WILL'SUN,7R., i stock,of spring !goods we will sell our entire lot of Silk at '

w _bout T. Roosevelt He is gone, and I LA. W. W. CARSON, D. D. S. 1
x for all he Senator DENTAL PARLORS \ NOTARY PUBI.-IC., /
<< ate care can stay gone. -
.' Tillmtn expressed oar opinionabout RIVERS BUILDING \ STATE AT LAROK. S One-Half Original. Price. .
On Lake Estate
right when be said that Roose- Tohopekalipa.! OVER O8CBOLA PHARMACY: Real Agent. v
I Hunting!: Fishing Shooting,
Telt bofe the same relation to a great I Bathing/ Golf, Tennis, Roque B TO 12 ".nos.t KISSIMMEE. I"I.IUU Will sell Woolen Dress Goods at ACTUAL COST OR l
fl a' ;man as near beer does to Aoheuser- Cricket Clock Golf Baseball. OfFIOSI' HOURS I TO 5. I.. .- - ----- r LESS for the next 50 days ror Cash Only.
C Busch. Trap Shooting. ...
Terms: $2.60 to tJ.oo per da>. '
MEEKHas
CIS to $21 per week.. G. F. KKI J BS R. O.: I
A bad habit some of our exchanges1liars ,
for sale choice lands In. everyportion I H. :STANFORD \
r is putting inch heads as "News,, ATTORNEYATLAW.Office :
n To Our Friends of Florida, adapted for iarm- COMPANYtII7i
Paragraphs on State Topic. overt j Come and try a meal at. thehotel. in the Court House-Kissimmee. log\ or the growing of fruit. sod vegetables ,I
al columns la which are about three news of variety also phosphate t\
!; Single meals /Me; 21 every ; 1;>>;>>;:>>J''>> ;!t ;;V7:1: ;>>. ;:>>
o' 'items and a half dozen patent tnedl-i I meal tickets '10. Kooms per Florida. tina| |>er and ranch I lands. I i'. I
los)"'readers. It looks cheap, and' day With whom will bejassoclated in the I -- --- -- ---- ---- .iA
Exceptionally One bargains, In Qt'aDlre -
? tends more than all else to lower the< trial of causes the law firm of irroves. List Your property with :
t pre.' in the estimation of the public.! Masse & Warlo, of him; he can sell It( rent it and collect, ONLY THE ;.
H. W. THURMAN >
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OrlandoW. your rents. i
Schwab, like Carnegie, favors a reduction PROPRIETOR.. -- ,11
for best Fire and Life Insurance I
Agent
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inhe tariff on steel.! These;
two gentlemen have made about four and Armour's Fertilizers.

hundred million i dollars out of steel L VflH$ DO/OR/
Florida.
aasrsets seams[ae. et stet KisBlmmee PurestDrugs SBY
in tht last twenty years, and are there rjaV .
for content for the people to come ID M. TILLER' .
for a little of their own. 1: will be remembered 1 r WILLIAMS' KlONEY PILLS .a

's i that those are the same two r Real Estate Agency.NNNNNNN. Hare yon lirclerled I your C4J"'Idlm Hare
,r hearted gentlemen who REAL ESTATE yon. ..overworked. your ,. and
jrenerous retuced \ eaua .l troabl with Tour kldoe and bladder ARE SOLD j j'j
the ten cent of their 'Mave ron pallia In o oanli..ldebackgroin. and .
wages per bladder I ? llave T6a appearmnoe of thealoe.
eighteen thousand employee a couple 4 Realty bought and sold. .especially under the eyraT Too frrqnenl
Houses rented. .tyt a dcalre to paaa urine If ao, Williana Kuiaeynllli
I 'of weeks ago.x will' cure 'ou.-A' Oieeala PharmacyoeSic.
;1 Taxes paid and Titles verified K* KISSIMMEE FLORIDA \ .

r f- The papers tell us that times are j for non-residents. t ... r'- Osceola. Pharmacy !
.
4 prosperous and everybody is happy, Fire, Life and Accident In- F

DOW that Taft is President. Let's see: surance. J
Cash Store !
Iff the last two weeks the Montour indemnity Bonds. (r Bargains at

rollingmills of Danville the . .....
1 ; III. ( ___ iV'n'Ynw." __ .. i
home of Joe, Cannon), cut the> wages
'of 1.000 men 15 per cent; the Eastern White Lawn'4O. in. wide.' 15c per yard. s Kissimmee WagonWorks'

r' Pig Iron Association reduced the pay Lace from So to 16c per yard. .

of 10,000<< employee 15 per cent; the Osceola County Dress Pants. $1.50 to $5.00 per pair. 'f OPPOSITE CHRISTIAN CHURCH. i\

,steel trust cut off 10 per cent from the Pair Stnpe Pants a.% $1.00. / I/
'1 wages of eighteen thousand men; the 1, Abstract Company Trunxs and Suit Cases at lowest pri es. Under New Management, with Thorough Experience and Up-to-Datl' II i i'.Ii t

Tennessee Coal and Iron Co. is shut Picture Frames from 25c to $3.5O each., Blacksmith Wheelwright and: Horseshoer. .

down for an iodennlte time, and the. --,-- Crockery at the lowest prices. >/ .
I,: Bessemer (Ala.) steel works will dothe" 0.. F?. OARRETT. Manager. Fancy Straw Hats at cost. J' \. AH Kinds. Blacksmith, Wheelwright Work and Horseshoeinz '
for.$1.00 eacKT a Specialty. ..'
same'on the 16th fits possible Real estate Best Shirts made ,
y those effected by tbese reductions and.bIltdoWIIS Title examined and reported on Tinware at any old price. &

..t ,,;. doa" take much stock latheproperWrwbryvbutthVo'fh Tazes Instrument paid- tor relating non-residents to real estatecarefullydrawn _ The-only place you'caa_. get._the BeaveiLBrandHftt.' . ALL WORK GUARANTEED TOISATISFY.: ' #

Zx :\ "ire '. - -.- for the Best Shoes in Town solicit Yo.r 7x.4. '' r:;,
who Big Bill In7the White Heidqiiartefs :!
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The Klssimmee Valley Gazette E>'STEK EGo DYES-osceola Pharmacy Mr C. D. Carroll has sold the old THE GRIM REAPER plv of minnows and tadpoles;' last
.' 14-2t Yates place bn Shingle creek toTHr." J. week's rain rectifying natural deficiency TALLA"ASSfE .DEAD

-- E. Base who recently returned to this which had pcevioualy: existed. . . .,
TELEPHONE NO. 11. J. H. Redditt. jeweler and. watch repairer county from Georgia who will *tone; ; of A visit to Bull Creek and the home
inch 19-tf Again Visits the Household Mr. Noted
Seminole Chieftain
S Camps on
I begin putting it in shape for cultivating of Henry Savage last week: revealed .

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAYBY Pictures mounted and framed at the both vegetables and field crops ona L E. Barbeau. the fact that a little stranger had appeared the Happy Hunting Ground. ,R
Home Store. large scale. since our last visit to that locality -
f' .. For. the second time within two and all health
as was contentment 'Word has just been received from ;
EASTER EGO DYES in all colors at My office will hereafter be located
months the hand of death has been
smiles In that
and locality we
MAFFIS. ) the Everglades by Mr. J. M. Wllilon.Jr. ,
W. B. Osceola 14-2t the second floor of Fraternity Hall
on
Pharmacy.
household of Mr. L. E.
laid the
upon are compelled to believe that social ., of this. city, telling him of the
will be
and Saturday.
Latest styles In ladles' shirt waistsat open every Jarbrau. On the llth of February dispensations have been granted.We death of Tallahassee, chieftain of the i
Hours 8 to 11 and 1 to 4.
hie beloved wife who had been his
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OFFICIAL WEATHER REPORTs H. C. Stanford Co. don't have much to tell about Seminoles of Florida.
P. O.
WRITE companion for thirty-nine years, who that's of In fact
worthy publication,
The sent by Billy Bow-
was
week Thur.day. message
for ndlng
.n.emtu. Optician and Refractionist. ,
The Home Store are' for the during those years had over his
April). ISO*. agents wept we stav at home and'attend to' our legs and aId: ''Tallahassee-big- *
White Star lAundry. Phone 164. This office is In receipt of a basketof every sorrow and joyed with him In own flesh pots. I steep-one moon. '
Irish from the truck farm very blessing, was laid to rest in our Picnic FrldaY-*-too late to invite The ,1
For Sale-Settings of 15 Plymouth potatoes you death of the old chieftain marks
Ma" I I''. Mln.aal.ti- I tanrrWar. Rock eggs for tl cam be bad by callingp of Mr. N. F. Bass, which are as fine silent city or the dead, and on Tuea-- all. O. I. C. the end of one of the noblest as wellas !
March 30th he called
-- on A D. Gilbert. and as large as those usually dug the day, was again the proudest of his race. When : I
phone latter part of April Mr. Bass states upon to consign to His keeplnp- one ofhis For Miss Gardner. -- Osceola with his compatriots. went on
.. . 1r ...4BatuJdAp STove wood delivered in town at thai he will dig his potatoes in about > loved ones hlssoo, W., C. Bar- I the war path Tallahassee was a small
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: 'AA 1>6 I.ft per strand.16tf two weeks. beau who just before noon on that On Wednesday afternoon March! boy and remembered well when his father _
Sunday Intothe sleep that knowsno 31 Hi from 3 5; o'clock Mrs W. A l
Mond.y. . AA.IITu..ta. KISSIMMEK LUMBER Co. day passed to and a few companion were surrounded >*
.. "I 116 ./5 Contractor Frank Bass does not by waking at the winter home of Che Mvres and }.Irs. J. Z. Roberson en-
and killed the soldiersnear l\\
71' 57 Messrs. W. M. Collins George W. by
Wednesday any means confine his. operations to family near this city. tertained the Phllathea Class of the
Thursday . . 73 56 .26 Wright and G. G. Wright prominent Kissimmee, but contracts to construct Mr. Barbeau had been a sufferer for Methodist Sunday school at the lovely' Tallahassee the capital of the R
State. When his
as to
questioned
Orlando citizens, spent Tuesday In buildings In any portion of Florida.He some time from that malady that has home of the latter at a 'collar and "old-
the old chief would ,
.- -- -- this city. Is at present figuring on work for claimed so many shining lights for Its handkerchief shower" for Miss Jesna plenty age ;" but he possibly was say not over 4.

--- For the best fitting latest styles Inadies' he Southern Express Co. at Delray, own-consumption-and had visited Gardner, who has been. very active ninety rears.Tallahassee. ..
and children's footwear go totbe and expects to be awarded the contract. different I portions of the world in search member of the class 'The house was with his band Claimed a
old reliable shoe dealers-H. C. oT health but the fangs of the great' very attractl ve..tbe decorations carrying -
pre-eminence all the Indians of t
Mrs. Kate Fox worthy of Ml Carrael fastened In the color scheme of blue over
LOCAL FIELD. Stanford Co. white plague were too deep out "
THE Florida as having never been con
I i Ky.. arrived in town Tuesday nightfor his system to be unloosened He had and whiter, the Phllathea colors.
Mr. W. J. McCracken arrived last a month's stay with her neice only arrived in Kissimmee two days After a delightful musical programthe quered never yielding to demands J
week from St. Paul Neb., with a car- is the of the United States government.
Mrs. M. Katz. Mrs. Fox worthy prior to his death from Switzerland, guests were invited invited into
load*of horses,,which he is disposing fellow When the last deportation of the SemInoles -
-MaAeANNaNM bM' 'aA mother of our former townsman, being! sixteen days in transit. the dining room where refreshmentsof
of at good prices. Mr. J. E. Foxworthy, who now re- Mr. Barbeau was manager of the cake and punch were served. Over was made the Tallanasseans v
hid themselves in the fastnesses of the
Wade the Tuner.' Orlando. LoST-S. A W. special .38. about. 6-. sides at Fort Myers.. London branch of the S. Howse Manufacturing the table was suspended a heaVt- Everglades and 'there remained till ?

Typewriter for *5, J. M. Willson, Jr. Inch barrel, In leather case, bright gun, Misses Mayme and Allen Leake of Co., whose main factory is shaped basket, and when Miss Gardner peace and quiet reigned again. TaUlahassee '" M
a little rusty. .15 reward if left atMiller's Clinton, S C., who spent the winter at Silver Creek N. Y., and in which opened it veritable shower of bore no resentment to the
New spring goods at H. Stanford barber shoo. with their sister, Mrs. C. E. Moody in his fa.tberls the principal shareholder. dainty, lacy collars and 'kerchiefsfell whites but nobly "buried the' tomahawk"
Co. arrived in KIs Wednesday Although a young man, be bad demonstrated around her.
Tampa mmee
Messrs. T. M. Fleming and H. H. and accepted his fate as the v'
Dwelllnf! ,' for rent apply to M.. Howard of Klssimmee were among the on their way home and wiJl I be a wonderful capacity for business i- The guests were: cruel fortune of the red maD KlsslnV-' :
the guests of Mrs. Bearden pQJ the as was evidenced by his being Miss Je.n.O.rdn.r. >llu of Calio "
Tiller. visitors in the city last Tbur da- ; Crawford mee people remember his last vista :pl
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in such
responsible position.
Punta Gorda Herald. editor's family for sever d placed a Ga.:Ulaa Saunden. of Rhode bland; Mire Su." here. He teas In full costume, wear b
Orlando. The deceased leaves besides a wife '
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"X For Bicycles, Shanlbarger\ Date. KIM E.K1U Ovmtrnct. Mlu Virginia alla of bis rank and was 1 r
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I I 96t. Contractor N. F. Bass has been Mr. J. F. Callahan wb&came to this and child, a father and two brothers, Tiller Mlu Cornell* Moii-lana. Miss MarIetta welcomed most graciously by

Osceola Pharmacy sells kodaks and awarded the contract by County ClerkA. I city early last fall from Havre de] all of whops\ were with blm'at the time, Pfann. Mlas PYnl.Ov...._ Mia allured Lt.. white people.- Children crowded many

lIel. . 14.2'Don't E. Donegan to build a frame cot* Grace, Md., and connected himself of his death except one brother.. Mir Florrl Lawson, Ml All... Moon HIM around bin) to shake, 'bands, and be
sup\> tags in North Kls 1mmee. with the St. Cloud plantation, came: In The funeral was held on yesterday! ,,' ,,. '
I xi M. Mr .1, K Ovcntr ot, Men Cull. was thexecipientof many tokens and
ra-e.'b'e halt are reduced atMrs. from the farm on Wednesday for the morning, and was conducted by the local
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Commodore and Mrs. E. P. Dyer L lMriM Hn A..Myrw and Mrs presents from the town .: As
J'Illey's.Nunnaly's. purpose of meeting his wife and-. bll-I Masonic lodge, of which, order ho ....*. .
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and daughter came down from Winter J. Z. IV>l> raoii'! " .. the old chief bade said, .v
who arrived that day. Mr. honored member having -'
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on was a most j .. *
fresh week j ..>_J 11J I M "Me come to Kissimmee City
candles every Park Saturday and went out to .Narcoossea Callahan and family will, reside at St. taken'mairy" degrees.- -ne'-redtalDs no more ; ;
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the .
.at _.__ Cloud. were laid to rest in RosehtH cemetery
words.
Buy your Easter nat at Mrs. Pll- Mr. J. W. Hoard of Goth', mana- Mr. D. Rolundo is having! built a by the side of those of his mother, a The play, "UnlonDepni" given HU religion was: "Me no lie, me no
reduced. &'Co.'. nurseries that large concourse of sorrowing friends under the auspices of the Village Improvement -
lev's. They are ger of Chase at six-room cottage just inside the steal, me no kill. Big sleep come,
place. the day In town Saturday witnessing the last sad rites. Society u>, the operu house "
Splendid assortment of dress ginghams spent grounds of his famous celery farm into Great Spirit take me. Touching and
at H. C. Stanford Co. transacting baslnese'for his flrm. which he will move his family when lahl Friday. tilghr was a w-rlU.d 1.. success pathetic-Is the fact that with his band x
farm has Concert Band., b i in iiin an ttrtiiic ana n:tan- has driven before the march "
Mr. L. E. Overstrefet left for Narana completed. Mr. Rolando's The Kissimmee he been
City Attorney Starbuck of Orlando Monday to assist his brothers, U. assumed such proportions that he cial standpoint. The house was tilled of civilization until hie last camping-

. stalled our town on Wednesday.All L. and W. K, Id gathering and shipping thinks It is to his advantage to be nearit The members of this organisationwere to overflowing' and the audience was ground was' significantly named
of highly gratified last "'rlday.0\ well repaid for attending, for the performers Land Okeechobee.
reduced their large crop of tomatoes. at all times, hence the building. "Hungry near!
trimmed hats at pricesat ; his cottage. receive check from Mr. C A. Car- acquitted-themselves admira-
f Mrs. Pllley's during' Easter week. The addition to the residence of Mr. son, this amount being proceed. In bly. The Klssimmee Concert Band, To Our Loved Ones.'

Ladles"- ready-made skirts In an E:L. Lesley is now" completed, which When the noisy pig squeals at feeding full from the sale of the lot which was which played In front of the opera
the time you may know that it Is the house before, the performance began ( Contributed.)
and colors at H. C. StanfordCo. adds much to the beauty of pour so generously donated to the band bv
styles. as well as tothe convenience of the still sow that i. getting the swill. The that publIc spirited! citizen on the previous and on the inside between the acts; Here this day we meet In lei
family. U. S. Health and Accident has no enemies day. did well and added largely to the The quiet garden of our dead.

Use Plank's Chill Tonic. Ouaranfeed. to punish, but business to get, This act was especial! pleasing evening's entertainment well' as to Not to mourn their loss
Price 25 cents. Sold 11 Mrs. W. H. Makinson and attractive and we are getting It quietly send most, the cause of 'Increased .
I 17-8 : !; .I It came so unexpectedly and was for patronage.It But with heart and hand to .
druggists. u1 daughter Miss Mary Loulsb Dr., were and enectiveiy.. H. B. LEAKE, the gross amount of the sale, no re- is understood the V. I. 8. netted Make their resting place
In Orlando Monday, guests of State Manager, the something like S50' which they will More beautiful. etc
. Wm. Moseley and her' mother, Florida duct loo being made for expensesof \
. Mrs. Mrs. W. C. Person -South
Fla.
Orlando
Box s97 In Kisslmmee's
adding to
GothaJon\ commissions, etc., Incidental touch use already i
I in from
Mrs Mohr, came Sentinel.
wonderful attractiveness. May their angel faces
.4} Monday. Mr. W. D. Lowe of Centervllle, a s.Ie. On the loving workers look
Mr. Leroy Overstreet, an old Bar- In iccordance with a resolution
JUST P-ECEIVEXV!: new and com- tow boy, now, of Klsalmmee,.del hrbted Tenn., arrived in the city last week, adopted some time ago, Mr. Carson Purchased Autos And bring sweet comfortTo +
and he and his family will make this _
plete] line of Kodaks and; supplies at his friends with a rew.days' visit the has been requested to use his privi- sad hearts that all
place their home in the -futum. Mr. *. T; M. Rivers and Mr. E. t.. Les- God's
Osceola Pharmacy. H-Zt first of the week.-Bartow" Courier-In lege thus earned, and give' an official -P; Are in holy keeping '
Lowe brought Mrs. Lowe here In the ley have welded another link-In the
Lost-Bunch of keys, H. C. Stanford' formant.Mr. fall she being In delicate health, and name of to the the members organization of the brass which band consists prosperity chain pf this town by eachpurchasing Klssimmee'Mareh 30, 09.

name on rlnaReward if left H. Montgomery Smith member so much ha. she improved that they I an auto, which they will
at Stanford's store. I of the firm of Ludden campbell Smith have decided to remain permanently. mod also of the Kissloamee Orchestra, use in transacting their professional Mr. and Mrs. W. JJ. Harris and lit
all will be In-
Cot of city They are occupying ihe Fleming cot- and at his suggestion 'and business affairs as well as to (give tie son returned home from St. Augustine -
, Miss Mabel Parker spent a portion today calling on J. W. Prentls, local tare in North Kls lmmee. cluded under the title of" "The Kis- pleasure to their families. They.are last evening where they had
( of the week pleasantly visiting simmee Conceit Hand. been in attendance the annualmeeting
Upon
very
for his firm. I both machines of the late. '
agent Mr. W. W. Gardner of DenverCol. Ice pattern,
The frvuiunadv Concert ur\ii
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Machines and also "arrived In town Wednesday night ona in the I I and will go far. In connection with i
Singer Sewing I < cream spclal to be given opera Association, and also enjoying the>
u; Mr. and Mrs. L. Williams of Longh4 Wheeler & Wilson's, and all machine I visit to hrs parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. house on vhf 16th I lost ,Is being pre those already owned here to make our Ponce de Leon celebration, which was

man spent Saturday Intown, visiting supplies for sale at the Home Store. I M Gardner, and to be present at the pared with great Interest and each town assume the aspect of a firstclassand held there this week In our next issue V.
friends and attending to business. Cash or Installments. Everybody can eddlnjf of his sister Miss Jesna, member la doing his or her best to be I I up-to-date little city. Several we will have more to say concerning -

I LOST-Black silk umbrella. "B.Stephens' I afford to buy a machine. > which takes; place on Tuesday, the 6th. able to render good music on 'that occasion. I more of ojr citizens contemplating'! the meeting and the Ancient City.
,, carved handle. .Finder I It has been about three years since A large crowd Is expectedand : purchasing machines, now that a system ;
on and
Parker genial .
Judge G, F. our Mr. Gardner has visited Kissimmee, fee of of good roads throughout our Mr. D. C. who has been
an admission only twenty wee, seriously '
will please leave at Baptist parsonage L. this .
f agent of the A. C. at to" be assured fact. ,
obliging seems an
county
and notices Improvements in ourJtown Ice 111 for weeks
{ 'Jack "Ine/ Mon- many five cents will be charged. cream the past two we
: Mr. and Mrs E. H. Wllkerson of St./' place' went up to accompanyiejr-on on % though he keeps posted on all and cake will be for sale In unlimited Our competitors are getting ugly regret to say, is cot Improving He '

\ Gorge/ Ga., came: to town on MonYTav for theyurpose Miss Mabel, home. local happenings by reading the Val- quantities, and by this means the about something Maybe its. becauseof is thought to be a little weaker thin
for a week's stay and sre guests of this I daughter, ley G zetr.e. band expects to be able \to procure the Immense business the old U. morning and his! condition at this.

,; The Gray stone.Messrs. !I Mrs. F. M. McClure, Miss Ethel Mo- Mrs. Virginia Tiller and daughter, some very necessary .additions to their I Health Ana Accident Insurance 8'j writing\ extremely critical. '
I Clure and Mrs F. L. Beard and son, Tiller have been equipment In the way of music, In"1 and Is here In dear
: J. A. Cranford and W. M. Miss Mamie who done doing Mrs. Robertson of Baltimore is v-ls-
of and askedto ;
been the guests Rev eto The public are :
have
who lobe winter here'.with ,their struments Kissimmee. Maybe the tax: collectorscan
.: Williams. Jacksonville capitalists! spending ber"lt.ter. .
I for the mind. Iting Mrs. D. C. Lee. haylog
Stephens thli'm
l were In town on Saturday last trans Mrs. Bunyan week for their I son .nd brother, M. Tiller and family keep .---- tell the whys and wherefores of been called here by the serious
left this
] acting business.FOUND. two months, left Tuesday evening for St. Augustine | all this noise. H. B. LEAKED illness of Mr Lee.
home In Shelbyvllle, Ky. where tbey will attend the Notes From Whittier. I State Mane r, 1

.-A.pocket-book. Owner can Ponce de Leon celebration, and from Box 397, ,Orlando, PHsj.Mr. . at
Sheriff Prevatt on last Tuesday ar- Whittler ts on a stralghtout boooom. I
have calling N. C. nryan.decrlblnjl I I
same by on
there will continue on their way to HEALTH ANDIVITALITY ,
for rested John Padgett on a warrant The oo Is Inadequate to express the f
property and paying Harry W. Tour-mans proprleloV
their home In Chattanooga, Tenn. I MOTTO NKRVINlSlMLLQ
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out in Orange county bv remarkable strides we are taking in '
this advertisement. sworn 'of our popular tourist hotel. The
charging Padgett with the theft Mrs. Tiller and Miss Mamie are regular -i our civilization progress. We takeno The great. Iron and tonic refltorativ for mew
t LOST-A gold fraternity pin with Evans Padgett gave bond and:} winter visitors to Kissimmee and I stock in railroads, we wish no auto-j, Oraystone, returned on Monday from. sad women, prod". .... iireDKtli and filalltyv
yearling.
of a have made warm friends here a week's trip to Philadelphia, to which betide n she .,.tem aid reoowa tb. norwafvino.
Meese! in it; name on back L. Kendrick. was released from custody. many mobile IInew. Just I let us alone, that's city be was called to attend to attain For tile by Oc ola Pbrnnnaoy or br
...;.. return when found to. R. F Waldrop, who has been a wb.oi.will regret to give them up.> i all we ask. We have all that should 1 connected with the conduct of an extensive mall{l]-
., C. A. CARSON. Mr. visitor to Kissimmee Capt. E. P. Dann,'owner and master ; bring content to the mind in our midst manufacturing plant la which

Klssimmee Get your school Drug Company.supplies from the for for regular the his past home winter five In years Bessemer, left,on Ala.Tuesday Mr. of the the city launch on Sunday Emmellae frota'a, trip returned to Baa-to''I i I and In-TOUT O. I.'TlUle C. don't 8x4 again require to fully boxing appre-uoi 'i I.be most Is enjoyable largely' interested.trip, but says He reports there is a T f JK. ,RIVERSft., / D. .

Dann bad l ciate the beauties of natural resoprce. -
baven" singer. Captain as a old
that he would return passenger I no place like his dear adopted
I i carry a full line and if they Waldrop stated 1 Hotel de Beulab with
of December,and Mr. J. M. Braxton; assistantU. .. The home Klssimmee. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON r.
what order t for mind ,
want, will you. about'tbe
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admirable hostess is perhaps not
by his family S. engineer, who went in an official its f fPaONEB
( b Mr. H. B. Williams, secretary and would be accompanied three other families who capacity to inspect the water route adorned like the Inn, Oraystone, etc., { Captalri Will Knight, commander Office oyer Osceola Pharmacy

,Jo treasurer of the Consolidated Naval and at least visited Florida. with a view to ascertaining the feasibility but I say unto you that Klssimmee in the dredge Klssimmee la spend log the I Residence 153
.,1 ,, Stores Co. Jacksonville, was in the have never of placing locks In our canals all lu. glory Is not arrayed like untoit. week In the city. The 'Cap'ain states Qffloe i48D w

>1 city Saturday in the Interest of Ills Remember fellow citizens of Kls and river to obtain perman.nt trans- Our churches and school houses that the hyacinth blockade In the riverat !

' company.! simmee and OnceoU county, that the portation from this shy to Lake Okee- are large and commodious our saw the entrance to Lake Okechobee has

U. S. Health and Accident Insurance chobee. Captain Clay Johnson, Sr., mill sufficient to supply all lumber de- been completely removed although it A. VANS AGNEW,
J Mrs. J. M. Wood and little son; old writing the business, both for Joined the *rty In Lake Kisslmmes, mands, our orange crop has been"a was a stupendous undertaking He Is .
'?' Milton Hicks who spent the winter is and laboring man. WhyBecause :" and was of Invaluable service to Mr. full one and bids fair for a splendid here for purpose of procuring lumber ;... *

,vI' with Mrs. Wood's returned parents Dr their and the business it is the liberality of the contract Braxton giving that gentleman much future. Other crops are abundant and .with which to build anew hall for the' I ATTO M.Y AT LAW.......
i Mrs. M. J. Hicks,'"' to and its liberality In settling its information as to the needs"of the well advanced. Deer and turkey are dredge, and expects to begin! workingon I I AND NOAAKT PUBLIC I :
p home ID Atlanta, G -> <>n Saturday H. B. LKAKE. - countpto the south of us and the character not allowed to run over us,-the cow- it within the next day or two. The ,

,r; a.t. They.were accompanied by Miss claims. StateManau-er. of the soil in the Klssimmee; ;val- pens are faptdjy filling up ant our dredge is now lying to Kissimmee lake,I Y .t
,4'' Grace Jolly, who will enter a conservatory ) 397. Orlando, Fla. Ie,. II democratic rooster bail a fresh sup Stilt off the mouth of the canal ;.KISSIMMEE, FLA !
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EASTER LILIES the summer. and those who- ilngerert '
.. : latest p PREPARING EASTER EGGS ,JAPAiNBSB: .S1f -Dr.Atlt.nE. ] 't. _.
.worepreiuirlng'\ / to depart -toIho "
.. .. I 'AMWWMPH 'Even -with the'j erfeellbs!' ttalne.l
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senalioro tWi/
',. op mountains, liarold'ft .
Vitrlpiix! 'Colors; For Dyeing: "Tlieni" ; of'' lato years In other taRanitlflolal tor .Rr. I
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CI.tntt Mien, "KnntorKor . .; 'mother 'had'' lingered long,, but, : :'
tlioHO wlui. InOn ''n"h ",''V' she was $olug uWaHt,. and the.'<'XIJl'e9S How tlie yelng in. ))olle. .lighting, :Ii\riips sill), 'r(> n-q SHAFTING, PUL'LEV BELTS
.. hciU, ofWitl tlllkn""a. VOPII1a tit;. The'; sent 1111'1 f'
ivcury, jvjdp
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onl'panyoVt"'reIItIil'n
'- \0' Ui' ntatloit Most ofAho yo'utigstet-s likely
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II! .frvei'-tliro, Iro.Ot. \( are cfiarra A
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Inil thi-tii lirmlh*. tl.I", f'n"unce, her triinUS'niil(| toxell.) Stopping 'cut- (tot 1IUt 'In a' good part .
',.,., ..h..tlnult. W'illi'ju.v" <.ho.'" to "pay the': eipr'cssma.n.' who had :To' To Hod w|( I'liiai tit, Iuvc! < .. placed hikr trunks In tbo wngon sh'it preparations\ for""staining the1 "white :
: mi'Kitoiigi'rn
whliili lamps hed.(!'] .Th/'re I
-BtrJclt aro.
was tiy- sonioUilnff.familiar: h"UB', of the eggs are logwood and ,
... r. '_ a J ,* "JL_*--t-, ..". . nd8\JddenlY\ .rC4ill Ml 1i" XHeml.oII'afeslon Ji-.tr .-wQod..tlwd-lf1--b| 1 5,11.ljli.j--j., ., : ; wtc-r Hlii<: week. "Slid 'took hl ls hand 1i.nderblng;1 The; cStNetio ,..nj ))'.
These .
give very nretty: shades .
,1 And tii!"' Jlicir ",,,,,I".IIt.C"p.m "the old stylo. Ah'occasloliftl: .
'h"I'1i '\\I, H"'n' (! II"' '1I1nllu r and looked Into his cycxv her o\n filling separately! and mixed together give ) ( |
'. .\IJo"1J 1\ t W)' olU". with t.\\rs.. not wholly gorrowful a very pretty\ .shade of violet. SpinBch : deiKip, If modern

Th't-.Io II'h."H" in "nl- "II110)11,1 "Oh, lam filad/to'gop/ ,>'oul"! slTo t 'said wjater gives to the eggs a delicate/ fall, ,It<>pptfaB' : nianiifacthw ?\ J 1
a"IM' U'
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'<'I'e
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Sh".p' tlN""u JlIIIII' fut' ... i'ou dlil! "not know Into" cel i>n open I1r(>. aotHjsutli I) '
... _\.\. . .. b'hJilol: rill. ; it. a water ,'gives n ggldon. .yellow color. .,
--.- .;.,, 'I ;. I now world( ,' a world"or coufage antrvTgood Aftoi-" the eggs are'' .dipped In tbesa 1 It.In'ijidrtant; r.jctpr\ In-rna \

r ,, ,. cheer.Vliitt yoi7 said thnt-day preparations! und rubbed' hard with roonv. etMrfnL! nntl' :cuw.c..u.1o ]
JJl11': : hl '" Ell /U II lI..a. "
""i<' I.",!,.. 1",1,1{ 1,1" ... ledme to study mv DIble, and now I I1. Ibi"lev 'some lard and butterand then rubbed properly) shaded: 1lhtiTh.! .. If ]
:1".1 ,. ,,' ..I,.. //I. ..Ii.. gon tain It-.ta titblznrra -.J
" | <' that liravrn I1t-a""TMIlH-y---J Trtth a Kurt ,1nt1rthe J "' JI' '\III" '" "II'l.tlwlJ /l1.r' ; > run ,wait for )It. 'Till] where shaftles Tnadensf, evprycon'ulvlllJIQ ;
. . me you surface.Varlugntod .
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ft- I I III" 1"11" \, I"h-I"II'II\' ,1"ld, .'" HI1't'l .. live. 1 want to get acquainted with hues may be obtained terlal ranging from frivolous

m. I 111",1, al""ng 11,.. II., .. :your lllllo Sopliy nud her mother." byi laying"young\ and tender grasses! led tulle to heavy \blather etched | '\ i ; :
Our H''II 1'1 ;"MI "lid I.. III" '" IIcowllnInlIlIn/ faces Jiut the
and 1 leaves the surface of :
Some'lhlnK!; like -fulling curtain on ,the eggs'/
''II 1 : ,h'-\I
__---'-=- :; : for an Instant obscured! tho steadyroiiriiK and holding them In place by winding of these often I1r(> prohibitive, "
fit of then* Is nothing RIm ,,1.. 8'111 I I
'' <* and quiet sorenltv of the rips cotton around them and
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-. iiuiiK' fctroiiK; faci- "It will be soHood then boiling 'them Inhaler: In which'I exhibited for nn>,ileiti tastes.

In you:"', he unit! "Sophy has lo,<(wood and 1'eruamb cp wood have. with the hopojjf_ IllllnR this

n lonely. HUHof, K ,_.|"njorllild.! Her, nboen' Btet-ioed. jL that the laivtrr.n limp jihado! is r :

mother lias been Insane for tliMeyearH , It Is ve f rSJuvfok a ply InUlalsntrtlinonoKrnniH fered. ,

OVER THKREAN Thon the curlalir'He'i'iin-d' by "Sinn! ; a hard pen Tlie: shadei'Is adapted from |

EASir.RMF.SSM.r. 1 i I...". 11 IB. tlie will of rjoil, ," dipped In aqua fortla/ j Jtist before they -lAiitcrnn madiibv the .lii.jianes.- )

wild.,! "Co(
JlJ1I1iiRfl1tHLI' I- :;AN\/ 1'he hnj} di'ferri'd" ber jou'riiey nre any iiiimb-r, of preparations to be of "beauty* and :n4rengthutijii'd' \ !

J a .d..y t that nif! mlilit visit !the little bought: at tho ilrus! stores which make simplicity" into the- lII ,,,,
.
meethut llu' faith ,
Hum's
not hadkindled
It w.ih n rulln'1-, I"" ; I"J': > und"lln'u :
% I flat/ <1\\, lUi ll was t the home' of her 1 Irlend.' .very pretty effects. the most hiHlgnlncltnt arllcles ) |
litlleo1l'I1lh, wofiimi's .
] In tln>
lioat foi ui'd, hltiidi' II"a,1, l alwlllhltl1t"II.I :i -
Hooks and post cards! are coming: have. Komo of '111'11' lanterns
!
h'h"I'' hl" daughter
,- On ,tin1 l lto iirwuid" dik < l Soph' ) s.'it. l>> the, window, uiosl of tinila more" iinil\ inn.1 Into favor.as RasterMl : works of art The rlnm, "
ini'H. Kin- IKMrums 'the j
on
ilrii 'st I'-IJ
tineh. .ihi H'oo'lmburniii U i liidx in | _
nuil. tin < Is also the usual teakwood, 4in.| the U.unboo' (" '
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1 > The 4i"'lKhlioi-K were kind and Is. n pro-
mound 'I itni-ied }1.1'
lnEplendld in her )lirtnilx :I'' ] ) hov and bid
-: ijirt : t tlif father: \\IIH iu cuntoiiicd, to ioini.TTmrh fu .Inn .,if rabbits,; \ made up of all kinds cived! with line"Billi*. are ,'" :' I Ix
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liUiifri u hi "r *.I Ml II'> t Hut' tlui! i ven'ir -
hhi uf IIJ'! .\111"1 I< 'II 1l'-I.0' '' _
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( hTi(\C7TiTT7V"j, j' "om:1n'R'ork( so/ that tinlit. of Iliinmn, im biding candy-- I.lo/t"ly;/ \o' th.m.utJ. w..:,'
roses Th.-lr gloiionsit : tin, alI., KW .'1'tI : Rr ITT'.1' riTT Tit t f fn "wTfilchli
rftinn'. i lii'lr ImiK: 101' 'IIIH 4-eiii-liiii;: t i! .< had ln-i'ii liiti-n-sti'il, ' arul nlthoufch' tle flat l-.iid: 1 a horn.) 11 Ice aspect 'T'h,' I ----- istn -Waslilncton: .. _St r
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neurl| > tn. t tinIKIII nfhflr Ii" I d Ii I-SH. a ml I Ilido rll1l' \nllll ).' lili'll. \ii'le 1I11."II| ] > Ili'breWK, firstliil, ( \\ .1" one oY-nian\; < oniinied! ( 1 I"1.1) I III//.i the \,'\vs' lo :\1111')'. A Practical, L.a.Th"I' : .

to whom jaI"n: it Christiiin, ,niter the Minim ,r bad none ami axkllled \\ l I" ii 1 1n- in ,v ,i- lust ]' : i ; hlinlliiani I
, her I ,'" : !; Is certmii naval I .
< lavish ]iuml"'r i a I, . J ,., l In. 1-1 \. i- .11 ",-.. indfi'd, fi-ma the u :!
,', ivat, a inuikirhhi1, bore" lo1hti )jilnsiclaii, ) \\ a" foihnl who "\11. :
,
SIIJI'II''JIo| olii't( ( to IKT"Kefs t.-lloV pilKH"ll; ili-i.l thp I I'nltod StaU's who) is M rj I
1I n pift; tM-tt-nitrely .,fi IrnKraiHllfixvcrs. abj' itn-uU; t to bumlit th", IjHiiliUBill. \ ,.. ll.. of t'llJE'
Xf b tJi,')' lmfortune' ,,',t f liaTe" fovl ifi MVU1irt.i 1 ( \V UHKt'10in oppc.svl to the use! of jTrofanlty: >
Ihlnl1",1 luit' .ot h\M-i t "It".III1") \ <>. I. So trrr- Ill, H.II\/-I| \ ; 01' J.r..I"I':: nlndeu I II.MMllAnil ,
I'li'liilnn"" 0 "i Hhould the .ofilci'rs! tinder his <-nmmaid.:
win
ilUtnnce :She; sild to ( lie li'jul'i, < youiuKlrl \slui snioil littl. i 1" 1 1I'lie > has been Known' \ '" {
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\\llli whom Ilnrold\ Imd often met "1 !| hllll"' / In the larne! one. ,
"f the V M.irv.
Off. iiilinlrlng: ,thi- ini'Aiillle: <'iil lilonm. j tiilnirf-i't "" in ii KIM: reprliiiaiid. In prlvaio, oflh-i-rs on
thiit, fluhad I wsint lo lo penile, liltr.; fyir' tliete. lioVg I tne IHM'I i Unows on what .1 'J'- "' I 1 and "l"'I.' l> wit-lilnu I I'IrnllJ-j t-lllps hrard to ujli-i-oa tlicir '
{ : I Ijillii'l' .VI.HM, a,, timt I" pnipimo
Ollly I DIIIsn'eii row* t" onriv \\llli her i ito" I ,* ,> i.": .Jjif "< '.( all- our \\ iii'<. profane terms. .
the bednldiof, a slrk mnflicr. ,_ The ,!i '." ,.. Iv.' .,,,(.,, .., '" ," i HnlTv' \i\ .i. ii'lti'l' for f"\lf.\ win, tlipv.II. Tinfnl'oulim, Is told. .'-"
story <
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h!> ,,- ,".-- dcjwrtloti) In Hie JaiU'HTai '. ,: "o'j' \ ; ,.,!"' I I.- H.7M.1 i-t. MI ''n .,1 nppli'M Oil tin- w.u 'Ll\IIJ.ral'i'
''', ; ". ,. M.l-l I .111-10. III M lull p.'l 1'1'' 'Kill 'III V.IIIIPi. itiK tus! \ ci>mm touched, ill who HITllh, nwft} ... h. -
: snw | .., ,, ; itli, ln I..olhl'r
.in--' IM" niiKlii I"-! >< < Hiiinh-on,| cii!-aKi'l/ In tal'!,;' '. '
Bynipiltln fur sin1 1,, liniK'-il .is, if .t-lio ):1l:;. ''"' ,
-:: '-- :N. all, , ln-l-l., !k.1! hi* XUMkllOblJ oi'u\ri's' in Ma I >;.1.1111,1! li.iy. Lower" I '
bad Imi i'\i'i > 'thlni;: "Lin- cui'il, tnr' t" u.l
\:. < ,,,, Ifoiiila Tln> icin "in.in..hiiR olfli'i-r"
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and II"1\ sli eoiiiii/ in MI" In' iiiinfflrtrll : : ; ; : : ; : :
: :Sl.'IlM, : .!! i\ I. ,Ill, !V I'M'M I.IM'lll "Ij'li: ; ervii c1] oni* day ,that, the'iiicti, of ,
ilU'lIll Tinn'Hl" "I't I In,. 1 1lief 1\\ .,I d.f \,01| | I 101"I, |tI|,, I : ,l->\. .." I I 11'".I Fl..1 M oIl'. i ,, ,
( pulllil i oujilLUjjii-i'" and the '- nperh 'N) i-llli.l.., .'.] 1 vllll-1 I'M' ship. tinllaiihhli., | .-. -111! .1 to LIe;: ) ;'; : : :::: ; ;;
; 'I: . biiid, tli' nf tin' oihiM vi .
Wi1 '''';;: 'j III .1.1Vn'd crews
Ji ) fluweiK In her 'mills.in, nut 1, I i .,.'........ .( -, .-, . . ] ..-tin.ill" ,ilin-l,, 1 who il.i-.l. ,'.1I"" of tin* tuii. : 1 .
Dre; marki ,,1111111'h.' '\ ." -"" -- V" I a'l"oIro"' ; : I tar !nsl 1 in '

and l a wnrk inmiianvlio' soi( .d i] n liTtli'vay ;'\" 1 I \\ .m ,i.--tiiiide.l. ) ,I1.' it' allbn ]bum's wcieI t I'h the exi'cutlnn n' a, dv.Miml. II ;

.' off In a shaliby!, .iltnnii' tbn.t\ i- I 10,1., ,, cari.v out a iiianooin ro. llii 111 ',, 1 . ,
L ', | I >II il I 1-' lllicll I'.li..I.'. Ml tlllll I ll< ,111. HIKikl'll this fart to Ills captain .lu t .is ::: :': ::; ; :: :, : : :
bare garini'tili.: \\ '11111" -.unn! ,thins), !; nf I'll-" l "I] ,.ll\ 'IH" Ill, ,"lt .1, I"'.". , ,
the smile look (if alisni pi" ion ,Unit" wsis ;, ,I I Ii.-' ,inc.,, 1 Ii" I.. .11.\ -I ,i \\ .iv 1 lln'i _t.tlli' latti-r was about to reply) 'there (' : l <

I, pvident in tile I" "ri >o'li UK/ 1 tei- "il 111'1' II I \\ -. ( ill' i ,tin- -I'l, ill. lui' all ...1""". floating, OVI'T; 'til- water tnMii fio
\ I llll.vl " l..l\" 1 11 ll< M: "). "" 11,1 pllK.m 1 '
sinniilns, ,'
lady s .I l by the flagis'ilp) :a
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I AII, I -11.1 'i".. ''In' Nn ni.' 1 he- I.iinl, ) i 8 '
Il<>. 100. had his !Irllnilc,,! of (InwrrB or nmh1!. Thn > rrrrilt i.f wtilrh :

Jbcautlful nerinml.i' Ifll.'s that lu. > nn'-'J' UI'L' h'lIo\\ ', ;"lth'lI 1.'n,1. that there was si<>nic )pretti ;

Tied In a lal/);r-' tin nail Illli-d 1 with oil tlir. pmt of till'" tlKMl ,i(.1! I',, ,,',I ( ,

water Yet tlu> IIIIIU'H.\ look was that I The I :"*NT Slitry.Tell G"mll Ine: at Ii4" per'or'
''of one who had noniehow jinsifdthrougli i,,.ini 'tin' w.Hi.lioii". Nt.'i'V., a ontlli'', 1.. '10 captain,, n piled-: ,
. .. low '
ll..u. inin." .in ul ,In ,1. "t <1
sorrow and mine out on its j I \\ ". | "I : \\.in.-n, 1 Imnuiiit, ; .pm', < "T'Kit'n' it. sir Yon si'o. sir. '

.other sid,'. IInllIgIIIIII'd tinletorv, : ( ", ::., ..1 "I 1 1 inI I IK' --.IX, 'mill l.l\ 11:011: ..lon't pot" enough encnui' : '

: through faith whlli- tinwoman's. II .v> ,'Ii.- ."IKI-I.' \\liiti' aii'l -Inning, like lhat" Harper's Weekly.Coquelin's | '
... I '-.. I "I I ill' M.l-l.-l. h II"I lllIU.lir | ;" t '
,-waa that of "iit- who as yrt had seen ] \ | | | |
I- """-11' \\\tr\ \* llsi'll'
I ''0 stars HhlnitiR tliroiiKh!; her loll tinin'\> .ni'l. <1 I" ""t, H'.ir '' Stage Fright ,
presses. C-j Ono flne\ .lay just as I wan' ,, "

The wind blew fresh and I"h III. n \ ,\\ \"' .<11 I tin- Bl.nl I milK.I.I ITn.l ; on I got the trar ( liiifunk ) ) "
\ .\ \\.n-ii I'1: \ I Ii< .\,far
though'( It was an April day, and just I I'.M: 11.1"";: ".J""'.".. could not speak my lines I ) ; :

before JSaster. The liuly drew Ji
wrap a little closer nnd shlv"r(>d. The ,..IIIIIH i OIIK* In tl'i'i'i anil 'tiowi'ia: toward th".aJlnK\ lnd I> who (, .
J'hiit himNI'! |.|. I the winliT lonu
boat .was. approaching 1 the dock. The Ami all j"y''u* little children, not go on .with 'her part until.!. I "t'J

man.lltepped.to, the .ladY's, side,. and, .., (Siiiyhe glacUuiuo ICanLei-: Hong.KASTil spoken ; but for all. help she .
lifting his cap said gently, "Pardon .. at me from betw*n her teeth' ; "

''me, madani" for 'Intruding but I see IX JIont's\u'\I.: :: done,. petit animal] '' Of such was '

w. are going to the same ..place.., to --.... "encouragement"- received .<5n t
> Ceremony of the' Divine. Fire at., tl>e ... ; : ;:
the cemetery, 'sylth ouf-floweraT; ;" 1>IJI10 << : ) mem-orable 'occasion.:'...... "

4werebrought' me"' by sailor' friend.; "*. llol{: S"I>ulrhn'. In lA>n..wn T lcgraJh.Tbn. .
'I am too to buy
poor tliem.Ypurs
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An event of Raster Sunday in Jerusalejn -
_
have cost much gold but I I. nnr CaUrrh In tbl tl<'(!
both
we
la tfie! ceremony) c'om "l-"lIIorat- (fUt countrr than nil other dtexc* pot \ I : ::
know the meaning of IOHS and pain, '"I'lUCSKNTLY! I'IIET01'I'o1): }; THE t'r.IU.XJr, : \VA1TKD FOR HIM.; ing; the tradition of the rising of the gether and until the UM( Ivr jran waa

and I hope we both know the message: of .-t.0 be tocnrabl >'or a Ir..t m
- rplestlal fire from the sepulchre
cCthe flowers : they mean that there1Is I ,><-..n doctor* Dronoimccd tt a I local d j
life for Harol 's ..sake to keep his memory lio may be sent between sunrise and J Christ. and prmenberl. local 1'ftII1d1e1l. and by .
beyorid/ and that wehall see green. You jnust tell mu what to sunset One never knows what mes- The Greek Patriarch enters the stantly Uilina\( to ear! witU !local :
thert the dear oncrs, safe nt home I by I I of the door pronounced 1lt IncnrabU. Hcirac! ba. pro !
do. neiiger Is coming from the King with sanctuary sepulchre, thjs
IJatarrb to be eomatitatiooal diaeaM
and by. I a ,
I' She sent other flowers to a hospl- I'u ,command a greeting or a bit of closes/ behind him and the surging' IhnYfor..* lenuliya conatitutional .-
} The lady thanked
; him. and they tal In which there wtre many crip- j consolation. Ood's angels corae to usBonntimes tossing tumultuous multitude await Halt'* CatarrhjUnrv, Manufactured br 11'
;Stepped from the boat to the pave- Cheney 4 Co., ToUdo Ohio u tbe onlj >
pled children and the nurses told her > us unseen hilt ants, the coming of the fire.8udd'nly .
.J tHuttonal thcmarkvt it.. taken
incnt. A carriage w.as In waiting for cnrcm
; a day or two later that she would breathing Into our ears thoughts that out of the right hand lroally hi .- from 10 drop* toa .
Jier but the man walked. Presently > have Tjeea more than repaid had she j vibrate with the melody of heaven. window In the wall of the sepulchre ''at. It met directly on the blood, and

.he stopped the carriage and waited I seen the eager clutch of tiny claw- Hut all the angels do not stand shoot flames of fire and In" an instant nirfacm of tha yatnn.. J'hey offer ODe
for him inviting him to a seat by her i Ircd dollar foranrcaacit foil* ui rure. |S
like hand*, and the light on little around the throne of Ood. An angel 1 every one of the thousands has produced '''or circularaand trMtimooinlit.. Addreaa
Ida, Abruptly she .spoke
"You be-
: wizened faces when a flower was laid! is a messenger, and the woman who a candle and dashes forward CKCNET' & Co., Toledo, Ohio.

:. Here that we shall find our lost ones' beside every pillow Her regret was Works In your kitchen, the man who to light It at the mystic flre. !Hold! by l>ruginta. Tfte.TaJM .
| IlaU' Family 1'UU tor
J
again f I I Iif | that she had not asked her fellow tills your flolda, the minister who The light thus taken from the Holy -----

.t;[ "Yes," he rild simply, "I believe passenger his name. She would have }preaches to you from the pulpit ami Sepulchre Is Instantly carried to all THB3 AUTOMATIC

r i( ifery word that Jesui ever said, and been glad to have helped the daughter the friend who writes you a timely the Christian villages round about Washington Hera.ld-") '

f' H* Bald, 'In My Fat h(>r'B h'ouse are whom he had mentioned as an In- letter may do angel's' work and bring Jerusalem and fleet footed young Tour play starts with a

l many mansions.' My little iM lid red i|| valid in his home. He had said his you angelic cheer. Chief among men vie with one another In being dusting the furniture and .

:Is waiting for me over tht>re. She U 1 j I word In season, and apparently God's angels dwelling here, or wing first to light their local shrines with ing about the family affairs."

Just as much mine as her sister at' passed altogether. out of ber sight. ing their flight to us from over there! the divine flame. "No; we've cut all that out.

home, only one is pale and suffering !I This Is a little "-world however and In 'are those who teach us to believe A writer In the Travel Magazine stead we have a vacuum

I. :kAnd' cannot sleep at night and ..maynerer It.unlikely things are always happen that the Lord Is'risen Indeed.-Christian records having seen two rival runners phonographic attachment."

walk again wblle the other is ing. Herald. put down their candles and Indulge

; fall of health and strength and beauty The Raster music In Its triumphant In a sanguinary battle with knives ECZEMA BURNED AND ITCH ED.

t In the homeland II cadences had floated up to join Rjev. Anna II. Shaw recently performed -' and sticks until the light of one of .

;. *Ta. weeks ago" the lady replied I tho angels' song the Easier flowers the ceremony at the wedding them Is put out- There Is no Joke Spread Over Hand Arum Leg*

"I was ttie mother of an only son. 110 had faded and summer had compo of Miriam adopted daughter of Mrs. meant here ; each Is striving desperately Fare It \Y- Something/
-Complete Cure
'wa. everything that a moth(>r's heart Long rows of great houses on stately Rachel ]Foster Avery, to Arthur Kayniond to extinguish the flame of the b" Cutkul'a."About .

could wish, an athlete In body and New York' avenues were closed for Kinney)' other.CHRIST fifteen or eighteen yenn ago
tema developed on ti.p 1 o// my hand. !
r jnlnd. He filled my life with pride I '
I, burned' and itched HO much that I
---
anel Joy. He was taken mysteriously ,I compelled to ahow it to u doctor. He !

,r } Ill, and in three daA>g he was gone. i nounced i it rinl wonn. After trying Inn .

f. k, My husband Is dcau. ond I have no ferent rcmedien. the diHcano' incrcnued

; ,V 'Other child. I cannot see an Inch be- went. up my nrnu and to my li'KH

r J ; ond the firave( whorn they laId him.f fTnwIly' on lilY face. The burning wan !
thing ternble. 1 went to another.
: k I. cannot think of my H avoid sitting I "
: who had the reputation of being: the,
i
tlll with a golden harp nnd resting
In town. He told me it was eczemn.
,I', :. forever. He waj not tired he did medicine checked the advance of the ,

,I. )'- not need rest he luid, life before him cnne but no further f finally conrludeil;

Ir J ,and death snatch"d! him away. try the Cuticura l{ iiioiliCH"aiid, found

'1\\ "Yes" answered 'the n<>w fi Jend. asth in. tile first trial. 1 "i-rmtmucd until I
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; & horses walked\ Hlowlv 1 up the hilL completely free from ,the diHpiine nnd I
. '.' ,/ not boon troubled 1 mncp. t'. Iturklrart :
and then passed! I throusli; I the .cemetery
I \V. Market, !St.:> hambemliilrg I'a., :-; '
Into the beautiful
gate God'sacrewhere 19. 19(18.( 1'otter Drug & Cliem. Corp,

" so many slopix-i H Inv I peaceLfuljjr 1'lopn. of Cuticura_K'ine. licM, Houton, 1\1.[ I
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beneath' UK.' :
" trata uud flowers.
\How can It ho Bald-that a man
'''Yes, lean undemtniid but don't you : ost an opportunity that he hall I

Jtnpw tho word In H'v.'Jltlon wh<>re I md ?

:Jt'oayi that His ervntits shall serve Ii i I

lniT I can't' think of, my Mrt'dredAa WHY HE WAS TI 1I0. | !

.!< IUIng; still and bliiKlng She was "So you are afraid to umpire I

;, ',cn& that ftljted! rfliout\ like a butterfly' 3OBfl>nll game." '

1m tbe sun and ulie li,,v-d to wait 'upon "I am." anawered the \ I

( '? toer.. I think thi' dour J.O'lhas but resolute-looking man
!
iet her some tusk ovi'r tliere thnt her "Afraid, of a few- harsh words, ?" '

J little hand can 1o.. nnd be has fomd "Yes. sir."

Ji.a. place for your I boy., I did not bring "You know the players .

;., Hmy lilies.' for Mildred. I have'A'aatiBd. dare to Jiurt you1 '

sorno.. ito mako' Kaster Sunday "Play<:rs ? I'm not bothering .

-.** Japplor for Bophy. nn'd IThlnk that Is I the players. \ Hut If I undertake, ,

......rwhatMlfdripil: : would! like. Oood-by, II I see this game; through-I am !

:fd *r lady": 'and, 'may O", J liless you." certain to 'ibe late for( dinner.. "-\

,1 '-r'her: vrettt on their soparnte wnr ,I / S'lIl.S' ia .

'j,"<;'I an4" "on \\lbe return Journey thet did ENTERING JERUSALEM.. 1

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JQHN' = NYM1 I,1 -Y i'PES'; 1( I President Taft's White Steamer

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: i 17? "Tills. I.a./) very: Tilr

'ta tie. .it makea such

A Writer i Wlio For. .... ; \ aM la- ,al q, a I : "

: lIsI steak that 1 is H: .
M Eve-n Went 'I! ....CU'o' ?".. One J J-2 1 1x"
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Sc 1OOI.! kinds beef, add ,pepper? sa't 1x

: ; o.l1.1| 2 spponfula} of ,.
. by | 1 2.}\clL1H: e'aten_gpcjij .
---.iTh [ ; l 'and bake' on"r !hour.
With the -
itlon Shakenia
of
jxcepeflre ? -
no writer InoreIncUUbiyprinted I pcpila. I 'In'{ thin slices- and

? pn the J.1311'1h ,.m'lnd'and<< I years, I ; / 1irYINO 7' .

character than Jo in U.unynn.. Even up all -Chopyj'rr flnoI

to-<3ay there are h ndreds of vllages\! I "I rind of ,1, lemon .new s t 7 i

__ throughout IJ.Je.-C! U.1..rl! Whethe, cun' ('. rolled! i\ne, t.1-2, : if t."r'Sr t

Ir Bible aid liuiiVan.library omlJol't the entire by I ; "Of 1',1emon1'egg;; ; ; .
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t of the nhabitants. Ill. I a t'rlalJ' I & rich pie crust -but
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r death occurred In }the) year of grace :; and ; i eooltl l ('utter..12 or ln,
-rgBunyan; WIll 101'1a't TJVsloii, '"I ; -on-'1\1 x. (of--them-;!--) iti -.- _. "

a small vllnKnear| ; Bedford, in'' am !i the filling!: next put tj'

162:: Ills father tune tinker, who, I I and prick the fops
had hisforge' 1 lston. He yusinairied Is all. I e over the-top "with, ""
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; three tlfties, John being the I YUle about' 15 minutes.

first child of hisKeconJ wife. '/lnd/ l one-half cup

According to Bunyan'- hlnlseit, h* I A cup butter 1-2 tci- 1| -

pever went toss) hool. All he learned j "' (' In 2 tablespoons/
IMtKSIDK.NT: TAFT AM HIS FAMILY IN T11KIU W1IITK: HTI<:.L\Um.
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j which was v ry little beyond leading : a little nutmeg:

mid writ\ It-he picked up ant I ( 12cups needed tabs I When tho announcement was made : the officials reported unanimously to bas fie United States coat-of-arma-

best !ire could home. But even I "Oh, teaspoon of cream of several months ego }tAt Mr. Taft Mr. Taft in favor: of the White, and painted on either door. In other: Y!

such studies w re soon denied him, ator 1 'I .buttermilk. Flour to would use an automobile Instead of, accordingly a far of this make was words, when we mhke a car for the; >':F'

.- hjs'lrat! -.!.< rly' ,had need of him I sire to roll out and cut m I' carriages during his term as PresI- ImmedlaleiySordered: from the manufacturers President of the United States there ,v

In th
teen his- ,iothq<
his father 'marrl'd again and us tile I my eggs 2 table pootUula honor of sol fing him a cdr, and tho The new car was delivered-to Mr. or anybody else, can purchase from .\\i:

home conditions were thoroughly un- tip \ 1.:! teaspoonful sola. 1 public watched with Interest to see Taft in Washington a few days before Its... _. Ji'y

congenial; John iunyan left and enlisted in.la.iI" ) tartar, flavor Ml* what"Mr. Tart'a.choIccS would be.The' !. ba Inauguration. and since thai "Some of those writing"to me about ,

< as atgold er.: Thesb were lh@daps tary's \ild place a while bci knowing, ones predicted thatlheWhlte time"? It has been In almost constant Mr. Taft's car say that, although they "j

of the"tl'ffl1 War. when the coun- |I, (' i Roll thin. Steamer would, be-aelected and they, use. There has not been a day when are very desirous of having a car.like, !t',

fly was divide[ between Koynllstairians. I Beans-String and pointed out that President Roosevelthad the President or some members of his Mr. Taft's, they are afraid that such 't'l

. -, -- -HHI l Fa+'Uanlen lledforsblr ';I very 1 t- three -cupful used White' Steamers for two family have ..notbeen--seen, -riding a car Is somewhat larger and more 4

was most decldlatter. / < ly on the aide of the Chop a medium sizedI ; years at his. ,hlmmer home at Oyster around the National Capital In the expensive than they desire. In reply.e: ;t,''l

It I lore' I than probablei 1 I fry In a tablespoon- i Bay, and recommended this make new car. It is hinted that Mr Taft to these letters I point out that our ; I

therefore) Ihnt dung: Uunjanfought s lard.' Add a half! to Mr. Taft as the most desirable. likes fast (raveling, and that when he Model 0' 20 horse-power car Is ez: :-l "

, \amilnst the KliU.,1'ut. ; cook a little and sea This prediction proved correct, although rides out Into the open country, he actly like our 40 horse-power model i'1

however/ that may J,(', little I jiepcr salt and a. lit Mr. Taft did not rely solely 'does not always Insist that tho speed except as regards the size of the different :,: n

.. T? retard, of illiiji I asuln[ until the nrmylieinsdiblfti'ided I \ <'t the aridity; on Mr. Roosevelt's rert'>mmendation. of the car -be kept within tho legal parts. The principle of con-' 9i

; he returned" lomeAC Put In the 'beam and but with his usual thoroughness, determined limits.. dtructlon Is exactly the same and the'' ".

\ told 1 hn. fagot. (the t than ho woe aiboii.t fifteen minutes, to have nn Investigationmade E. W. Cans, manager of the smaller car possesses all the desirable ..j'I

t.'alrl'\r\ u 1y his wife about the boiling 'water to nl- of all the principal makes. Accordingly Bonthern branch of the White Company qualities of our larger model Iii ; I

Fame nl'. w llher had a penny to < < to boll. Cook until he asked several officers of 126 Marietta street Atlanta, other words, I point out that they can "

bliss thernsiKi yes' will their united tender and the water, ; the War Department to look into the Ga., said recently to a correspondent secure an exact dupllcateof Mr Taft'l 1i
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.wtrldly, good nhjountini to Iwo reli- I matter for him, and they tested many frf this paper: "Wo are receiving car for $4000, or a car of the same) ,

>\i I" books Iin t \'owl" of his wife I -Four large! c\I\I-m. makes.. of cars ; |!!
T5lll hi-se I 1\\t ( vvillm 8 were (he inakhc celery three large factories, so that they might BPO what ing for: full details regarding the con for only $2000. Judging by the demand "4.

IIIK:: 0: Unnya r''tv<1 and I'(>-read', \ four tomatoes, two materials wore used, and' finally they struction of :Mr.' Taft's car, and In reply \ for White cars a,, good proper ''If(

flti tn 111I111 It las) (h'ot t, II IIIo;'>dllefitfir and three green_pop- Investigated the records of the different we a.nesendlng! copies of our cat- I tlon of those desiring to purchase automobiles '(,",

li )now l iiivi)ii nig thnt was ever J 'basis of a popular types of cars In public contents alog. Mr. Tnft's car Is exactly like' are, quite content to trust t"
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v h"I\d.i lor such ') :a" the <'JI'I.t, "ii 1- Chop separately" nil and In private service I any other Model 'M' 40 horsepowerWhite President Taft's judgment as to the I .r d

]1,11".1., <> him in "Ills ..Miiith.riinnci'd I".., nw 1 j When their labors were completed.PUTNAM I Steamer except that his carSAFETY best and most desirable make." --1
( mix together and ;
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IT I' lemon juice olive ,
; but'rrlfcion and the fUtUfl' r the no ; DYES
sic| "Mini\ (ill till, of which") |1"'r\llalloll.{ cauti(>(l l pepper to taste. FADELESS I'Color
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lie vine ruCCJulng'd"t, his wife Kirn \Btlnntr. <-P 2 );: DnAC'S.- |I mom.Rood" brtKhlcr and fuser colon than our other \lla\o "MUI dye any ,itarmriu wiilt rlpplhic. Bear' Write fur free booklet-How to Uye. llleecu aud Mil Oe>.r MONHOIt: lttU) CO.. >meOHr.s, as he (tells ua In Ilir'Grnce I
tr"r\ ho for la ..
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: \ shoppers
Aljunfiilin: tin most iltrcerMjiflirf" Btu> )
riiiMl| within! liini; ln had! bow III. ] ) lined with leath-I ,

lifanl snniH nl Jd l women discussing the 1.1.If yo an extra purse. On Rainy DaysA
"..lilnRa] of jflod Hope and far joy get.., sizes. 10 inch, 11

and, a h HI'/1/I'' / term nl?, Illualiin( in \.rouj : at $3 (325 and Fish Brand Slicker RAIO.R
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short iloiibls( n<) lo tile truth of C'lirlp- II u
tianliv, nrarl'y'drove-: \ mad, Jn than to i women or those who will
to l to do much shopping keep you dry y
the i ml In was converted to the [faith
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find I joined NoncnliforniistF: : of bv\\ an excellent" in And glr yen foil value ia ,vq

whieli sect tluso \\om'I1' were niem- it.'R wears Bplentlldly. . comfort and long westS3.OO
l'i- His wife dying I about thin Of : bag of India goat': ,

time. h<- r"l1Io\'jl! nail his two childirn. :- drawBtiTng( will, also I A
I BUABANTUO WATERPROOf Save Shaving Money '
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one of .whom was blind, to These models cost
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JIt'Hol'd.'ht'rl' he ncnrlv" died, himeelf ''' : ; : (''''' York Telegram Bold by tirat-<>Ia.. Batalln.oonntryOTr. a Here's a revolution. In Bafety! n

On hla recovery he wn sducld house \ ( Industrie fl.nd for our Prw Catalogue Raaon, the marvelous i1o +

a denron by his peel. )peeling, \ l government hits Ae- A. J. TOWER CO. 1JVERg

At the rcxtoralion.; the old arts ( and lease machinery I .O.T...._u. .. A. II'" Shrp-Shavr"25cSafetylRaror | '

npainsl Nonconlnrnilty being 1 re-'ive.d, painter ( \c-tul'in t 's.o as to d:: I TOWILCARADIARCO..L.J.' i ., .Ltk. I ,
: which gives better BLADE
John Hunynn who continued his -t./A.L' you VALyB than
TOKOHTO. CaaikoA.
poor the various\ In. I 1IDala'0 t i razors costing (0 time the prlca. TTiO practical 't
preaching!! despite the law:! ,. was 01'j j a good toe value ,!. In the mADE luls the beat becaue.
rpRted'and Imprisoned Jt Is more tohla ,, -- made of tha .finest steel tempered by a. special .>
i 'r credit; that :although he wes a of Eczema Cured.. -at process and scientifically ground and honed
': awnr' <*' of \t'l"' ""RI'rant.llIRll d' ggnlnst about i I HI., nt. Louts. Wo, This Trade-mark F down to( the keenest po.llble'odl'o.' You
"' i.J'lt.lB I *.' Havfinnuh. 0<1, 5EXTRA. 4 pay *S cent for the best practical Itacor ever' ins
.. 'ililnv'hurefused' to- savenfmeelfSbyfflight. ; on ,r' ( ., "I"t..r. Mrs IClton.; has Eliminates All"Uncertainty E troduced. and you save ..-'ontlethsof the

Ultimately he was tried and eczema YOUT..It..lne, tot,louryeara.for my, x .fancy prices asked tor fancy frames and hold'i
condemned, and for the next twelve vver} thins! possible to I I al0 era. The "SHRP SHAVRT: RAZOR ls .o set +
hit color s !' >lrffs until I tried, Tct- In the frame a to *. ja: 0 ctly wangled to
!home.'Shortly
years: prlKim was earthly I r BLADES
the
in of
>nJ In it noted upecliLnfit purchase JV suit any face. We ."Wyou the whole Razor at
I \ after (Iris conlmittal if was of .\A m KlH, lisco\ered l 1 that the trial was lrrijiti- .detee: l \\Mlnn uri',1 A me n after Klnn nix ti an absolute I sst $ Extra .SHRP 8HAVR" Blades S, for 2Hc. And
III ,r On thin riroie he might have Kryenia. Tctler. Ulnu guarantee of purity : satin, finish silver-plated stopper at lOc. each

Tii'en, it-leased! for It nee 1113 that tine I terial ll< hk ItrHilnir IMlcs. In. / and quality. We sand the Razor complete oxtrm 3 t;
may be { \ \ 1. I'impt.Halls! tense' I For own
justicesrre rally/ anilotia to hot Fac-K your '
Loud the .old Itching Blade or the Stropper, prepaid !
rid of him. On liiinyati howee.1 I'nnker Y ralp. Kilrt- I protection, ice
New and every form of that.it it on the by mall on receipt of priceIn
slHtJnK< that he was firmly icsolved1o i / .. ,,' 60r. \T.lterln. I ide of keg
every tamps or cash.
v '. or by TrWll\ from
commence )preaching again It Is (( of white lead.
The $huptrtrta Co.. you BOOK rUBLISHWO HOUSE rs
freedom was granted, there was no ( \ buy. I
make
help for It but to keep hint under 134 LEONARD rnurr.
I d known : lives in his wedding UTWUt tea COHrurr last TiMIr .......IM Ted .. Y. cITY.ta.n..kegs. HRPIN
lock and key. Again on the OCCReion ,
, of Charles II.'s coronation, Bunyan i .the Atlanta Conatltii-\ I c
j cially the benedicts of thu I l' d
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i royal( refused clemency to ,take which advantage wag -extended of the "Dutch not I tp !live up to It. National mM Institute I .... .. piles, K

to all but felons. Up to, this time I (' Rye Remedy ATLANTA, CA. ;

his many admirers had done all in 'I Experienced: Phyvi aan.,
makers C: ". *
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Food and Law
their power to brine about his re- Drugs
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lease on terms that he would' ar- quality I Uemedr. Try)(un..... a D'I '

cept. Repeated failure, however It. I -.;;. appropriate tor
' Against : to mention ai I
a prisoner until 1872. The
talk of his time he gave up to writing Most I'I ( fact that this country I TING:

tracts and books of which he I I OO.OOO worth of pea- .' I;
thing .
jjrocluced a great number, his crowning I _. r

effort being' "The Pilgrim's I'rog- DOWN This Iiutituto Treat Deformities of f..
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r;. ro!!". l'.ro the Spine,Uatb and F..t and CHRONIC
Released at last from his prison rvwof .. Prostrated With a DISEASES. Sand for literature. '
OF ALL KINDS -
cell Bunyan foufad the religious atmosphere 1'.1.n Trouble. _
of the outside world completely The i THESE WOMEN +

changed.: King Charles', bad I trouble Shirley, Kill Duck, N, I Maude I wouldn't, for a million I )

suspended all penal statutes against; I I : my doctor's treat- dollars, have a lot of men staring at :
ment for general debility < stare at Edythe in. Executed in the Best Manner.
Nonconformists, and more, Dunyan If i me the: way they -
and stomach
received a royal license to preach. sore her bathing suit.
trouble I failed to of course)-Isn'tIt and at Reasonable Figures
He"was not slow! to take advantageof : to Frances (sweetly ..
Improve, and had to I .
his within all respect your
the occasion ; mlnlsterinl nice that they
ha-I Eye take }o my bed I York "
matter-New 'l"
bors increased a hundredfold. Hie1 I wishes In the "
was terribly nervous f'
persecution at unbend, little more of Globe. .
I Ipreached I this ; headache and "N For Kc :
consequence was heard of him. Ha EpizootIC.
Price 2 I DISTEMPERrbtk
dIzzy spells and awful M."in.I. Soothing Svrup for Children yP rueI'
anywherealways attract \\ hen spells of pain in teething,aof ten*the gulim,red uce* inHanimn'I & C8tarrhaJ I'ncr. '
ing huge audiences, It is said that'j 'It Is tho back racked roe. I 1.10D.aUay.pu.neuetlWlnd colic,25c a tottle f i Bun ear*and l.altl.. piwreaMra, BO matter bow ban**at
on one occasion 1200 \people collected The - -- ----- - Int s dor .p kidney secre- In divorced tef h > OUnrta, .. .... .. Lu.... .. .. .
to hear him In London at 7 o'clockon i A woman'* Interest a ? I 111II exrMla u polaoiioii ..I' from U body. N. . IB pap
nick'i .disordered. I con 1 l l and ."h'>p and Ubolcrm la cast".. LAIT& miln* II". sock r.Bud,.. Can. d
a winter mornln -. One mont In:. I rll(..vra man, thinks the Indlanapoli.Iewa N UtOMppa amoof knmwi belnn asd U a OIM IUd .' nnMdr. a* .0
but without relief :
1 UHU > a cfcuun. Cut ;
Cold why /S/
portent feature of itiinyon's ministrations I ll tae<] -. and lower until given never las up until she discovers fSCT G SSAK al0 aaSd.7" ".. Hmki.4:a"J:

must not be lost sight l of. He I Klc., trouble was the I| he was divorced Mp ,

never on a single] occasion throughout l, I "' and whep I began I lerAgADACN6-HIekAOAPUDtly6- I fc3 SPOHN MDCALCOChemist.(; : f .end.. GOSHEN, [IND., D.J.JL .; t

his whole life brought; politico from Colds, n..... Stomach or
napping Pills I to Whether
began
- Troolilea. Capudln will relieve ,ou. When a man steals a watch and Pretence of mind sometimes save! t
Into his preaching. In less! the Nervous. J
At
; Every ,. In good time-1 J It',. IIqul"-J.I..nt l to kacm Immmtli i, lawyer takes the case, puns the Philadelphia absence of life. ':-
a''
age of sixty he was attacked by what ; gained. every bit I .....1,. Try l IInc.. 2Sc apd We. n drag - -
f\. was then known as "sweating sick If you store.. I II Record, the tatter isn't Itch cured in 30 minute by Woelford' ' .1'
I Bladder essarily a receiver of stolen good. I Sanitary Lotion Never fails., At 4rvgc<*ts, \
I
I1eB! On hln recovery being called pleuxant .60 cents a box. "Kveryttoily! says con1 deuce Is restored i I X\\
to Reading; to effect a family' reconciliation Mother ; Co.. Bugalo. N. Y. ," reflected Uncle Allen Sparks ia gds and ouniipetion are avoidable No road Is a good road that Inake3' I'.
UarHeld Tea Nature's Herb
liable mlMtn.-t&lce .
swea'r '' '
men words. ,
he caught a chill hlcbi plo'REJI: --- -- In the Chicago Tribune, "and I suppose laxative.Most ; cd
cost him hla life.-London Globe. : high may be man's --- -- --- 'SDISTEYPEAuidCOU6NCtlE -
it la; but I notice that the manufacture USE J
good after become ,
I t i Every attainments some I men get they -
of cash regUtera still keepsa A Mfe aad *.r. *.-* '7
not he can find it dllPU+ too weak to take a whirl wit "
: I l Tmttr: sad poutlv .*.
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'I I Pollen Travel utllfxn: whole town busy.- the boys. for all form el DlilavwTft. ,p
iRflnm**, Pi._T., f
The Pollen from pine forests often CoucH and Cold 1 fa* ,,.
forms : Hou... Cheap aBd Don. ....
yellow
a coating:: on lakes ,
or on
lOa aael '1.01 .t D.ari.taoepr.e :
the ocean, 8S 'far as "00 miles from aldo Wri......... r h
the shore, and has been mistaken by I look Premafijreiy Old booklet" Cnft'-. ;
WILLS JU-PIOHE co- LATATETTC. JRD.i
peasants for showers of sulphur. Th" I )

pollen grains of the pine are provided I (At.14'09)) L 1J.
with yellow vesicle which!
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buoy); them up In the air much !':= Thompsou'SLY' Water f
oa the principle of, & box kit very. 1 II ..ou.. or w.o.. ugly' srILtly. .1'.' h '''. Yee LA ORLO I" HAIR RETORIR. Arks, $1.00, r.twll. II : I )

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The Formatiori: ofNitrates" :Hnlley's Educational Leadership:. I IW AK|"ij QYCLONE; : TIME TO ACT. Notice Is,hereby .Iran Notice that; thai iI -7:) ".

Dr. William Quay Uosselle, oastor .. will apply to the Lea-lslature of the Stu of r2;
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of the Fifth'-' Baptist Church'01, Philadelphia Ida at Ita mrulir _loa for the ourraot !Z.i
' Uoa't Wait Tor the.Fatal Stone: of IIKHI, for th. of a ._1iI : +
(Continued from first ) passage Act .
g a preacher and lecturer of page. empowettiaV
In Soil 2
KidneyJime Profit by till Town of Kiiaimmea) City to Impose
7 very wide reputation, recently Visited. shert duration, some minute or 80.a'od' (Mcktfoaiua 'r
t' texee upon all howa or ''
p tomastow
People's ..
'Kyisjraniee/ ..
DeLand and Stetson] nhe sl1.Y. In when Old "Boteas bad dose bll for the'miwamant or entertainment '
--, .n-- )j'i lit tai'
y ) 'aa' I the Baptist. Commonwealth\ of his worst and the convulsion: nature I /, .Expene. os. *, public of Whatsoever" kind for which a chars

). Plants take up the greater: portion! aloha requisite' to Che. formation of nitrates i! horne may lie writes( '1.1 follows concerning had beaten time upon suspensivehearts 1 Occasional attacks W backache, 'Ir made, aa mwr 1,1 ordained by' the Council ot i
of oltrWeq In the form of nitrates In th'e soil: (1)) the nitrifying 'regular urination, headache and dizzy tows li: ,
thejr'
the :work: of the Uwversity Mr. dart found his family Intact 18th .
bacteria( : must be present la uflQcient spells are common eCT+ tLsynnptoma F.bruaJ7 190>
L ,, which are fairly simply tubitances ,. quantities;' (2)) the temperature must and the leadership" of President( Lincoln and he of sound mind and limb, of kidneydisorders.'It's' atKerror to P. A; VANS AGNEw .I( .\.

when compared wit\ the hu not.be below 41 pulley la the education affairs but for the time being minus fifty head neglect these ills. The .attaoffs. may City Attaaw. .' \
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degree F. nor above .
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_._ :t. .. .IU.lr.ollLWliliILLhe1--.l'uo.J..rJr.. et-Floridal'-------- "81.eit.ithtJptedbonetnlO seeoffherstatebutretardwi -r
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IMylegree t1fi "b m Notice.
iiLI&Vor..bl.waMDthbelni
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If there are '
drawn: These nitrate are mostly, "A vervfew yean from now will his hands, a roofless barn and a devastated toms Intensity. bolo
_ about 98 or 99 F; ((3)) of dropsy-pulfy Bwelllnga Notice; to hereby given that tha uoderalmei '1
l'' .. elaborated,lb the roll, though sometime sunlight must bo absent;. ((4)) a rea- see Stetlon'UDlt'eralt. among the plaotatlpn. Still he 'hag the eyes,bloating of limbs and ankles, will apply to the Legislature of the State of rvT.'.1
they are supplied directly In the tollable leading educational Institutions of much to be thankful'for, therefore, his or any part\ yl the body don't delay antlDute Ida: at ita rotular-sa.aibn for 0.urrentpe..

form of nU.raWof soda or 'nitrate of amount ol"moll1.ure" is required 'America! -it Is in a. true sense alreat friends* extend to him and his family\ Begin taking Dean's Kidney lltOU for the paaanraof e epaelaJ Act raendh. "I
that the ;{ )) there must be free circulation .. Pills, and keep up the treatment until Section of Chapter Mia. AeU lOf 1907. i'*
la
potash. It Important school. Drk Lincoln Hullev i* the their sympathy? for his and y lr pecuniary Law ;81
: II of air; and (0) there must be1 ab& : [ ,be kidneys are well when your old Florida ao aa to fleet In the Council of the' ;
I ,,.. __farmer__should_ appreciate_ this since e"'piIeBenl'with-which the nitric acid master builder. Upon all hand, are l loss' and oongratutatiorftthstheand time health and vigor will return. )lI..lmmee ()It'tb. powar to review Tor'of ,

4 favorable soil conditions mean the. that li formed may unite.. In the'absence heard testimonial his great Influence they are' still. to be found" upon 'Cures In K'lsaimmce prove the. effectiveness *quaU...the aueaament of _onal. property.BnTby .

formation of large. quantities\ of nlimfa -_ for good .He conducts a Vese.servtceever earth in good health and, courage of of thin great kidney remedy the Tax Aaseeaor7 .
of a base, this nitric acid reacts C. W. Caplisbelhllsslm4drs l **, -- + ,.----- -
ni.hlA arilltlons : bbra.r7lV1riM19
;
heai A. .
-'" t/IJ.ea--II' mornlnfc in the au- I.; I 1. S: '
Injuriously on the bacteria. Fla., says: "My husband used Doan'sKidney P. A. VANS .
I AGNEW.
11it ( mean not only a decreased production ditorlum. Has sermons -are heard by P. 'S.-If these cyclones do not become Pills with the most satisfactory fbl9.hw! <

but may even result (In a loss '.Nitrates are formed rapidly (a sandy audiences that fill the great room. more frequent In (Florida th'e-iii- results lie complained a great CltTAttoto,, tj
-
it .a of nitrogen, loam soils that are well supplied J .The tourists attend in large numbers. habitants of our floral state need not deal of a soreness across the small of Notice tor Application to Sell j
with humus, If other conditions're his back accompanied by weakness I
I " Nitrogen la found' In the humus of favorable Bv means of these services and the become uneasy, as even in states whe.re of the kidnevs. He finally heard of Real Estate.
formed
They
If ; the) Boll, and In the anlmaV and "vegetable are more L[strong sermons which 'accompany tornadoes" are of more frequent\ occur Doan's 'Kidney Pills and obtained r Notice la hereby given thai Ton tha 6th day '(
materials used as.fertilizers, butAJt i rapidly and In larger quantities with I! them, President Ilulley Is ministering rence the chances are only one-six' them from Kissimmee Drug Co. They! April. A. D. 1'iW.' / at lOo'clock In the fcxenooal I

__ exists In these as complex!: com- in a few Inches of the surface than at. to the higher life of the 'community, ) tee nth. of one per cent that an inhabl.-. strengthened hfs back and kidneys and will apply to tha County< Judireof Oacoola C"...way :
a greater depth. A sample of soil of'thesd states benefited him in every way." Florida for an order tooll at private v.la aW
: taut
prtuodt which' are not soluble, and taken in a pineapple field below :' and through the students. to the entire eyer passes throughone for sale by all-\ dealers Trice 50 following described real mate belonging. tat

therefore cannot. bo directly used \\v\ just '' State in a .way that. the discerning I either dead'or alive. I' cents. t'oaLer-Mllburn; Co., Buffalo EnUite of C. H. Fountain, daoeaaad. to pay d.bU"
1 t'' plants These complex substances 'the covering of dead leaves and trash I' greatly appreciate. lie is a tireless/ New York, sole( agents for the UniteStates. of rid mate there balpir, no paninal property;
/gave 6.2< parts per million of nitro to pay the some, Mid property baltut
deacribtd
must bo( broken up, Into simpler ones worker and Is today one of the foremost FEEBLE OLD LADY M
//en as nitrates, while another sample He in ember the nameDoan'sand follow. to-wlt: ,
and the nItrogen must became Iart'or taken from the leaders of our Baptist hosts. take no other. The south "half of Block Sixteen ((16)) o/ W,.
compound that is soluble. in order same plot including "A new boy's dormitory is- now h-; Haas Strength Restored By Patrlck'a addition to the Town of EiaalmiMa"

th.8L.lt. may bo taken up by plants. the surface and to the depth. of nine course of erection to prpvlde for theconstantly .. Vlnol Old papers for sale at this ollice for City j intr and being situate I In the County ot O*.'

# This( is l effected bv microscopic orta-n- I inches, gave' 2 28 parts per million- j increasing attendan eo _The 20 per 100. I ceola and State of Florida. All person fiarlaiobjoctlona
I IaP Samples, from the field taken to. > Mrs. Michael Bloom of Lewlstown, to the B-rantlnff: of raid order
,same ---- T ---- -- will flit i
i iL iv tame called bacteria. They sere upon I teaching corps is large and efficient.
Pa. who Is 80 of For the earn.on or before rid data or the
the depth of 3 to 5 feet gave only 34 years age, says: name arm.
l
t'I fi the organic matter in the soil- parts J per mllFiop of nitrates. This The student body gives the Impressionof a long Urn I hare been so feeble thatI Notice of'A4}plication for.. Tax be granted aa prayed N. C. BRYAN.

V dead roots stems, leaves, frrass, stubbier j being under the most perfect dis bare bad to be wheeled around la Deed Under Sections ;and Administrators the Estate of C,$.',i.' ,
heh explain 574 '
may .! the value of :
manure, --cotton d- mea I dried cipline. The !good results of Dr.Hulley's : an Invalid's chair I had no strengthand Fountain Deceaaed.
|'mulching The mulch rfrotects' the 575 of the' General Statutes March :3rd. VW.Notice. ,
blood the remains of animals t'te.- masterful administration are took cold at the slightest provoca - -----
[ surface layer from the intense ---
light, tionwhich settled on of the.State of Florida.
and break It up into simpler compounds everywhere apparent. ) Invariably my to Creditors.
but! still allows a free circulation of I Iair
lungs, and a cough would result My
somewhat as if it had passed Notice liherrbr. given that II. N 1. ITKIIII and All .
havliiR claims
pomouii agalnat the
and thus makes the conditions to.' sonlearned of the cod liver preparation toitattol
through( a fire. Carbon oxide Is given A Card of Thanks. I George 1'.Shtgtctarypurchaeer.l ul TAX rurllfi- C. II. Fountain, deceased" late of the county''
off and ammonia and water are bacterial development more favora- called Vlnol, and procured a 'cato0': ::m. dated the 'Ird) day of July' A. I P of OHCOOU and 8..100Florid.. will prennnt. the''1t.
v ble. The mulch also retain bottle for me. It built up my strength ,I'.Wl. amid of ,
formed. This ammonia Is in turn attacked helps to |, HOLLY BEACH, N. J., ) Tpi rertllli-Htu" No .u.l> doted the lame lo me properly attested within the tlmprewTllxxl <
the moisture and prevent sudden March 27th, 1909.\ f rapidly, and after taking three bottles 4th day. of November A D. lv >. and <.f f Taxcertiorate by lawror thoaame! will be for T.t
Jiv other hucterla a Jd. converted of I am able to?do most of my work, and No.!H',Baled. the 5th dav.1''"I)',. A barred and all persunnlludobted told enlitaKill
change, temperature, and this favors We the undersigned desire
to express -
: through, an intermediate stage I I can walk a quarter of a mile easily. p. 11<1I11. end of Tax certlfloato Ni. '-7, make Immodlalo ncttleinaiit. with tha ;unciorsigncMi. -
into nitric acid, which unites with a the nitrifying organisms. through the columns of your Every aged or weak person who requires dated tin41 h Joy (of November> l-'i''">. (. : . S. C. Bit YAN,

base't( if there are sufficient bases'present The mild winter climate which Florida paper our sincere thanks for the. many strength should try Vlnol. I am ha. filed said rt'rllMeHteK lu in) ofTo, Ailralnlatrutor tire Eititu of
has, is favorable to the formationof courtesies and kindnesses shown to and ban made ai 1'1.II..alloll for tax deed f.., UMIC' C. 11. Fountain. Dooeaii'. I.Foliruary .
), to form a nitrate. If lime povaih. 'delighted with what It has done for In aoronlnnpe with Uw.
i nitrates; but the .open sandy soil,--OUtdc&r&Gl1Valter Ludlam, In his 1' lot. 1KH.!
me. .
soda Maid l fcrtlfl ,
magnesia enrbra.
or are present !fttiK Ihe f\ IIIK{ '! - -
then there may be formed nitrate: of and heavy summer rams are apt. to last Illness and death, which occurred As a body builder and strength crea- grt) KitiiHtt'il in tar..ila muni) Notici-;

lime (or calcium nitriitf) sodium l nitrate !! bring about their loss, through leach- March 17. 11\011! at the Park Hotel, tor for old people delicate children\ Florida to-M'll: Application lotDrder

L liolassiuin, nitrate: and I ilJlX The loss is not great., however, Kissimmee, Florida. Interment was weak, rundownpersons, and after O'xkoertiiI'sleN, <>. .-lo. n'. of n" .i\ ?glen. 1 1tfiwiiNlilp to Soil Ri-al Estate
,
matne- Jl> <4outh. ,
sickness Is unexcelled. If It raliKf-jh'I
Vlnol
[ slum I if I there is a crop growing on the:! I land made at Cape! May Court House, New .. Nonce I 1.IU'r.jy ifiven that on the *th day of
nlll'at.BII of which are soluble falls to satisfaction we will re Tax riTtidcrtto" N"t.Iee''. of +, '4 "-tlun' ai.Uivill'.hlp .
: : 1 give April. A. It 19". at I" o'clock in the
in water and.Ican be taken bv during the rainseaJllon.A. W. Jersey, March :23.:! IWH! !& smith) ralik'f -"l'a.m l forenoonI
'up turn your money. I will apply to the County
:Nitrate' of |I Blair in Press Bulletin :No. Ill, i-'lor- :MRS. II. S. LruLAM and Tan: ccTtnlcau-N", .. xri lIe'.t.l M- ., henteuu.hlp i Judge of Oaoaola
1''I' plants. l odlIL IS more> j County Klnritla. for an order to soil'at private
'I I Ida )Experiment; Station I II. S. Lriu.AM bv Jti! &Mouth ruuxes rut t 1 ,
{ >i ii quickly us manure" than sulphate' of | Sold KOHKItSON'S:! 1'HAHMACV. Ta* fpitldcaK= IH7 MCI, ..f nx'' nli the! following o1.cril1 l real estete belonging
\* Hereford Inlet Ignited: 4 .waumct ,In, the estate of iiHirtco; II.
Keeper Slates I Ivey. d"I. Vo
ammonlfi. because the former I is : ton Pay
takenup ".hl"2'ulh. i
Laundry. 1 Old papers can lie purchased\ this range > earl (1'litn. the earn,; lyinv and .b . .
tin situate
Life < r In the
fe Having Station, Annlesea .
The Ho.d! lands .. , .
[ more or less directly, by tho plant, The agency foe the \Vhjlear ollice for Ate per KM( ), and there is nothing 1.'lux K. "r l ul. th IHI, nl' i I County ofacade and to of Florid. deo
C while the latter probably always New Jersey better to put. under matting., the iMtllHtlccnf HHld (HTIKlotU"-. r, .I..th| '-lj' 11, -
nearly) laundry ismow at the Home Store, cril.Hl\ )| as follow. to wlttThe
the ulI"f TM.1. l'iiiiu! .E:>air lltiknnunnnd
passes 4>" bacterial! action, indirectly and If you wish to have the boy call Unkuou nt'ula outh/ tWI>-Olh. of Lot Eighty (inch! of the

l into the nitrate, That sill- on ;you weekly, just ring up/ 154. and Por Rent or Sale. ROGERS' LIVERWORTTAR .Bald' r..fmimCcn( hlH( tm rpdM'iiird Hr- !t brim. Land and lin|>roveinuntCu.'a', addition te-
you will be put on our list and calledon and ; of' AND CANCHALAQUA (the Town of Kbwunmro.Any ..
Resi(1entiul farming .
of ( property cordliiK law tax d 'iil will
phate ammonia is converted 1 into itMiithirfon on
I u weekly The work is all done in sixty acres, well fenced, at( Hammock For the romiilnln cure "Iugh.t .. Vulrii the .!rd day of May A I 1) pt-rson having objections to the granting
nitrate is-proved by the fact that when an elllclent manner and at Tampa Grove house fully fUJ.I1I"hert and in Asthma and Droll hlt"and Hiri.ultiKamnplinl4tending 1'1 nf aaii..| ordfr will tile the namo. with the CountyJuiiK
s ; : to Liverwort, rl 1,. and WltuviH my I'lllclitl niKiiuiuru' and .
onaullll.tiuU. 'uul
| r thi.i ..
it i 18 applied to the soil there is prices. good order and on or lM for said date
a rapid ; outbuildings farming \\13d) 'I'hi'rrv. have fur aifisi 1 mantAiiiiMl an [,ALI] the )tll day of \lan-h. II ]cJ"i.AlirilUU .
increase of nitrates. Implements: flowing artesian well. efttfthliHltrd" reputation 110. a N'anUard rough 4>ELLA IVEY.
Qld papers for sale at the .Valley Apply to MK. DROUGHT, remedy. It noiitauiH, rin opium or harmful I K.: J DOXKi.AN.Clerk Admx of Estate of Gc .. H. Ivey,
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The I drug fan be given wltn safety to rhiMren, f'lrruit < < urt <) lH <' tunty. ri"tii ln.
following!! are some of the cond i i- Gazette office Deceaaed.
Kissimmee. Flu.) ...-eIa .
Price '1.110.Io"l only by Pharmacy By !S If. BULLOCK DC .
March I I. I ant

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'+ 'wP GROCERIES C. .W. Griffin Ii A. LOLL, Proprietor. '


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L .J Idlrco oM J'3 Ill..r raua CATALOGUE; NAILED FREE '"" We Solicit all Kinds Repair Work f

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VestibulaTrains: Steam Heated and Electric Lighted Dining Cars. |

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HEAVY HAULING A SPECIALTY WOOD-:-DRAYINQ Pullman" Buffet Sleeping Car to New York,' Lousville, Cincinnati, Chicago ,

{ St. Louis, Atlanta and to intermediate polpts.! PULLMAN '

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l L_; "We will have ready for next Fall and Winter planting a general HIGH GRADE VEHICLES MADE TO ORDERAT
Assortment. of Orange and Grapefruit Trees of all leading varieties. 22 OCEANT., . _. '. . . JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
1'N' Our trees are budded\ on good healthy rough Lemon and REASONABLE PRICES.
II i Sour Orange roots, guaranteed free from Insects pests of any kind. I r Portable and Stationary Kngines, a
_ \ All budded from bearing trees In our grovel and therefore true to Saw Mills, Wood-working Machinery _
name. Our facilities for growing nursery stock are second. to Shingle Mills, Lath MnU:" and

-.I none and our trees are as fine as money and twenty year's experience general line of supolles. Complete lacksmithing Horseshoeing Repair
can produce. We are making a specialty this. season of the line carried In stock: for immediate Workjof J.

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Writs for Prices to J. W. HOARD, Goth a F'laor: call and.sae our Nurseries price J. J. DANN Proprietor.
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