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 9, 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: VID00380
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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-.. ,10 HAVE HARD, ROADS Important Transfers' . :''MAYOR'S, MESSAGE, ,Ir' '' , -. =- '




County Will Purchase 'the Gordon ; Made of 'Real Estate !'II' Recommendations MapX to:.Council, S ",. -4 ....... .,


.' Marl Beds-.-Best' Road Mate. r .. I- "Show He is Alive to the interests ,


u rial In the State. '. Valuable Property and' Around Kissimmee" I -- of Kissimmee.. 1 ( .


The County Commissioners have on Changes Hands During the Week---Unusual .
TbatoUosvlaR--is--the--annual--me -
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more-than one occasion demonstrated Activity"Manifested in Land, in. this Section. sage of Mayor NJurphy lraomitted.u. : 8
their filneJs for the positions they hold prIng
Cltv.Councll. and read before that z
t as governorsof the county, jliut It was -. ,
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body at its regular'meeting. Tues ''i
that. displayed ..
Monday's meeting they
I at, Some Of the-most Important land Mr. William park low of Ports': day night: / I
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that judgment. and foresight. S
that. marked them. as thorough. bUll.I' deals that have been made o this. section mouth Ohio, who has been spending '. KISSIMMf!:fz. FLA., April, 1909. .

for years past. were consummated several days here Investigating. this To the Honorable Council of,the Townof .
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and fully alive to coun
ty's ness ne men&da. thjs. week which, demonstrate that. this section Is so well' pleased that be has Kissimmee City : f 1; Goods l

town and county are .fast forging to decided to loc t and become a citizen Gentlemen : -, .
At. that meeting they. unanimously .
decided o to purchase the Gordon marl the front. of Osceola county Me has purchasedone It Is with great pleasure that I contemplate ....
Mr. Harry W. Thurman'proprletor'of hundred acres'of'land In the. SMn- the satisfactory o'f "
beds that. lie just this side of Lough' progress
4 Commissioners The Graystone our palatial tourist .gle Creek neighborhood from David our town. during the past year, and Its 1
and appointed
man hotel, and who already has extensive Cason "and will return north and dispose auspicious outlook for the coming
Lesley and Strttton to attend to the DAILY'i
det.aUI. which these gentlemen will do realty holding In Kissimmee! and Os- of his holdings there; after which one Both. public' and private improvements I ARRIVING

with as little'delay as possible. cools county, has purchases from Mr. he expects to come bacK and.take: up have beep\)1.Dd ..are bung I
H. the following pieces'of his resldenceon his purchase here. .
Fleming
mad& a few. of which, and suggestions -
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Commissioners
of which li consideredto The magnitude of there'sales Is evidence -
was taken after listening to the. report. properly most for others are noted MS follows: i AT : h

of appointed by be as valuable' as any-in the city: that the Board of Trade and A contract has been let to ,tbe cement ..
a Boeclal committee *
The Inn, the Okeechobee building the Valley Gazette are doing an untold. works (a home Industry ) for a
the Board of Trade to. make an Inspection .
of the marrbed' ""OYlDed-brMI': Van Duzor building and cottage. In Its amount of, good In advertlalng the cement-drain,lobe put In, !in place of ;,

rear and the. two vacant lots frontingon world the many and varied advantages the open ditch running along the .
Gordon, which committee, In company .KA
i with Commissioner Lesley and Road Broadway alongside of It., the old this. town. and_ county possess over south side of the bank building on s . TZSc

Supervisor-*Overstreet made a trip to Morgan store building on Broadway, other. and less favored localities. Until Darlington avenue, and I would IU'Ireest :

and two cottages In the rear of the. this paper.and the. Board of Trade also a cement' sewer be made in '
the beds on Tuesday of last. week, ali l .
. well as to the experimental road now High. School building. undertook: the work of properly placIng *- pla e of the big open fltch( ofrthe- -

being laid near Shake Hag school i\lr. W. L. Van Duzor has sold for the. facts. relative to. the. conditions north side of Dakin avenue. 1/18 /

house. the. United Land Co. Ihe-. Runny inede prevailing! here before the general There has been found: a new and ,

" Hotel and tractof. land comprising public, property valuations were low" most etteclive road material (conven

Mr. H. C. Stanford, chairman of the acres to Dr. Montenegro of Louisville and transfers of real estate were few. also to transportation) of which a st

committee. made a very exhaustive re- Ky. This Is considered one of the. finest but after a few months of truthful, piece of road has been built. for .

port of the. condition of the. marl deposits prbperlies in Florida, being situated careful and consistent. advertising, and two. street crossings

and stated it as his opinionthat -. I ffieDct
a'jruicl
.In one of the healthiest localitiesin business conditions assumed viz: the two on the east side of I 7sAeii
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there was no material anywhere America The hotel contains. thirty healthier state, and today -the're are: at the Intersection of* Pos I. --

'better adapted for har i road building j sleeping rooms, and Is otherwise probably, more Inquiries received In \ and Darlington avenues respectively -! <-afis tuAuAl .kas.llaaoa.&, *t(:

than this marl lie strongly' advo-I complete" In all Its appointments, beinpmagnillcently this city regarding:\ our climate our . This material, marl, neither I Ipuh'erlzes r ,

- cated tire Commissioners at ( furnished throughout., people and the character and price of j and blows away; nor Is'' t SEND FOR FREE ------l".

terlnit into negotiations with Mr. Gordon i although it has not been used for several our land tlmn. in anj other. place in washed away bv rains so far as tried, .III ,
of all the ,"
looking to the purchase
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a. stopping place FlorIda. !
years exceut.as and appears to be the Ideal material --ONFLORIDA --
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land in his tract that contained mail Co. The Board of Trade and the
foj the officers of the United Land ValleyGazette for a permanent. hard road. It would
whether It be four or twenty acres. Dr. Montenegro has contracted with have at all\ limes. adhered he well
that sufficient be
a quantity \i
Mr. Stanford. further stated that these of f the the tiutb statements
btriclly to
L. H. Inirram, proprietor in making -
procured to at least make the crossings PRODUCTSI
beds could lie purchased now for a Sunny South Stables, for the clearing regarding conditions' to. be found i of all streets where they intersect I I
but It
very small amount of money, for the progress our-town-and
here, and
and -
breaking up \preparation I Broadway, and all "crossings! alongEmmet
was possible they would be taken. up planting between forty and ,sixty acres county are making III,due to the fact street as far as the court = FLORIDA QRANm'-aoo.. or ." ; X

by private parties If the. county failed of land and we understand he will I that those who come here after reading house. PINEAPPLk FEUTILilttf -te4flelof interest Pineapple Growers';: -r..

to acquire them, in which event they I have the. building thoroughly overhauled those statements are more than FLORIDA STRAWUERKIES-Booklet on Soil Varieties, CultU 1'
would be held at ft much higher bgure, '' Whereas a number of citizens have f
vation and Fertilization.
I' this summer and will ulso'havethu well pleased, and a large number purchase
and possibly nut.be for sale at all; und petitioned for a.-'good' sidewalk from i FLORIDA !: .
" grounds planted In (lowers and!;! property establish\ .them. I VKGKrABLl-iS, -A complete manual of Florida crops.

alsq, that. as the be.ls'lav immediately 1 I IIIru.bberv) -. selves in homes. Broadway to the court house, It seems IRISH POTATOES-Leaflels on "Soil See, Planting, Cultivating,

alongside the railroad the Mr. Van Du/to'r has also sold 3,.TOO We have the health we bare the climate reasonable that their wisljes should Fertilizing, Dll'lZlnjt-o.nd Shipping" .

getting tile material Aout and trans-I acres of land just north of town and I we have the. soil, we have the be acceded to, and a cement walk of IjI IDEAL FERTILIZERS-Book showing analyses, prices etc., of our: t

porting it. would be exceedingly small I IVI' I proper width be laid along thesouthsidw regular brands -
belonging to Mr. C, D Carroll to !Mr. schools and we have everything) else t
M. J. (Hicks followed Mr. sidw of Kmmet: street wherever such a'D
stan-j( Leonard Uillis of Peoria[ : Ill Mr. I the f'quallJf any section on earth and .4
ford, and corroborated him I one has hoi. already been laid, be-
'Carroll| reserving the turpentine and f superior to the vast majority. to offer

" his statements regarding the praclftablliiy lumber Mr. Hillis being a colonizer, any who may desire to come and make I tweeD the. above points If this can Wilson & Toomer
of the-Gordon. marl for the making I not be had by the voluntary cooperation i Fertilizer Compallyj j
it is supposed he will cut. this property their homes among/ us.
roads and urged-the Commissioners of the of ,
l of hard owners abullinitProperty,
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1 up,4nt6 small tracts and offer them.for We hope to be able to report m our
.. to. act without delay in this then it will be necessary for an ordinance JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA, l''VnSlrwnY
' sale to. settlers. There Is no doubt but next. issue the sale of property In this I.
! direct the. the walkon _
matter. that. he'will dispose of tills property by section. that will\\ far overshadow any to Iayingof' {> r

Councilman W. J. Sears stated that.' that. means In a very short time, as the past sales, which, if consummated, will. both sides of ,said Eminet street. ynpr p'Qn4nYryr? F"YnVr, 'vr'OnYr'W'V

he*was authorized to make the'propo- soil U such thai It will produce fri/its, at once put Osceola la 'the' front rank A number\ of .enterprising' citizens

I ,L t'' .Billon,'to.; the Commissioners that. the v"galables'acd, Held. crops 'ID" abundance. of Florida's populous and progressive have secured a lot on Fosaeil avenue NN111111tiN1K NtiwwrN NM N?NM ,

. 4 "..:.:. ?.city would take one-fourth of the marl .' i . -", 'l,. ... ','connties.j ','" ,: ",..- .. \ ,'. ." ,-" .,;,' *,, '-. fJlu.Lofhe.: railroad ont! ,which they
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for use on the streets, which proposition propose to raise truck; They have $ ;

was heartily endorsed by Councilman -' fenced this lot and will l Install a com"plete | .Supp1Les.L
Mr. B. M. Johnson of Caro! Ga. After
and use
e\erv ,
p T. M. Rivers, and both gentlemen GARDNERCRAWFORDWill irrigating plant
the bridal party had assembled the
argued strongly I I in favor of the at effort. to demonstrate what can be done "
altar the. beautiful J. solemn and Impressive In this line by cultivation. All
':. county acquiring the property without Down Life's Pathway proper AND ;TABLETSEXAMINATION
delay. Journey marriage ceremony of the this they. are doing al. their own expense

r.: As the Commissioners themselves, I as Man and Wife.On Methodist church was read, by Reverend I not for personal profit, but. as'

Mjres- that converted fair and advertisement. of town ThereIs "
1 with. these fast the 6th standing an our
were thoroughly acquainted Tuesday TABLETS.
maidenly Jesna Into \ ,
Mrs Crawford. also truck the
garden
a on
beds and had the work already beautiful Rowers, and- opposite '
" Inspected under an arch of '
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It was a beautiful sight., though a side of the street under the manag- \MADE ESPECIALLY[ FOR '
4 done with this. ma-1, there. was I in the presence of a host. of friends
I solemn slight, for marriage of man and went of Mr. O B. Woodall. This OSCEOLA HIGH SCHOOL. '
.J no hesitancy on their:part! in going Into and relatives, Jesna Gardner becamethe ,
woman Is the most Important. of-H lmportanl .
'- street should be graded and ditched '--- ,
the matter at once. with the result, wife or William Troupe Crawfordof
epochs In life. from the railroad to the lake to be ja
as stated above, that Commissioners Cairo. Oa., Rev. W A. Mvres performing .
Immediately after' the ceremony thebride's convenience for visitors to. these gardens -
I' Lesley and Stratton. were appointed to the ceremony.
.parents. gave an elegant bridal well a credit to the town. '
as as
attend. to the details of I acquiring the The marriage took: place In the. Kissimmee
breakfast at. the Park Hotel, at which The town 1. under contract. with Mr. Drug Company
property. for tbe"county., and in this Methodist church at. 11 o'clock In the
were a large number of friends and Harry W. Thurman and the A. C. L..
they will be ripen. the full aid of Mr. forenoon and never In the history of
I relatives to wish Mr. and .Mrs. Craw railroad to. grade the street. between "
H. C. the. Board beautiful sighsbeen """""
Stanford representing{ this town has a more
ford a long life filled with much usefulness Polsslel and Daklnavenues south of
11 of Trade and of Mr. W. J. Sears, witnessed. The church had been
and happiness., the railroad. Part of the material Is .
representing the City. Council.'I' s6 handsomely decorated with flowers A large number of congratulatory now on the ground and the railroad ..........-.-.................-____ 1 TT1T'I' _'" '''...._ xs,

It Is understood to be the Intention and ferns by Mrs. Pfana, Mrs. McPhatterMrs. I"
telegrams were received Mr. and MEANS
Myrel.1 by company will furnish the. balance as WHAT IT I
of the Commissioners to build first a Mitchell, Mrs.
I Mrs. Crawford, as were many useful, soon as the work Is begun. This improvement i ;
Man :
) people 40 not know whit
J from Polk line Mrs. Beamaa and other friend. of the a
the
hard road county
beautiful and costly presents. which should be made without.. tweeoi a bank of 11th.or 110 eap. +tat.

to t.be'clty limits a distance of twelve bride that. one could have readily be- will add greatly to. the. beauty. and con- further. delay. i k.'BANK'S:

J miles, and make the connection from lieved the Prince and Princess of Fairyland venience of their. home. a I U the rand that. protvou th.dcpoiliora (
new Church street should be
repaired
. the. end of the. hard road to. the were to be Joined together In BtMtar protection the depoillara ...,..
present Miss Jeans Is the youngest daughter where It has been injured by the removal - Capital ..... . .
!, Orange county line a distance of three wedlock: rather thin: our own, sweet, of Mr. and Mrs. J. M.( Gardner, and of the railroad track.. Barpliu fund of....". '(..OF'I'

; miles, It being the purpose of th. J ae lovinjr and tender Jesna to the man of .khold..U.blltlT
since her early
ever childhood has effort made by Mr. N.
) resided Through an
two counties to at once build connecting her choice William Troupe Crawford. i A&o&a1 of ... .. .. ..
In Kissimmee. She was tbe favorite F. Bass and the y ill age Improvement i .
Tbl.
r the moan.that we mut lose i1lb,
roads those. In Osceola. Exactly. at 11 o'clock organ,
equal to : of all for her oe..t. Tbb La for
smile
sunny her Society. funds- were raised and labor l P"OIl YOU
i 1 Now that. the Important. step has played by Miss Estelle Overstreet,
willing heart and her
clean Rosehlll
sweet
disposition secured to up Cemetery
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j been taken In this matter, there. ''is pealed forth the wedding march, when I STATE BANK
won her a welcome In every household a work that. has long been neglected,
the Commissionerscaning the ushers, Dr. J. W. Simpson and Mr. -.-orKI. --
nothing to prevent
4 Mr. Crawford Is clerk of the\: courtIn on this. properly; which belongs to the .. , ,
IMMtaL. fwL.ORIOA.
election for the of Earl Luofer, walked slowly down the
an purpose the countyitLj!hlch he resides, occupies town. Now that. this ban been done it CfJtIlOIf
;" a8 ascertaining( the wishes of the taxpay. aisles and took:: their stations at each c. A. IOHN M. us: N, la CASsoN,
highestYooial
4 the busTnesT
1 and. world le m-a<1vtnble4.ov1"e': authority Pr..ldent Vlo.-Pie.ldst' C.shl.f

ers in the matter of a bond issue for side of the altar, being followed by standing, and Is regarded a.-ODe of to the. chairman of the. Cemetery,' ..\.\........\._.._._.........\\\....,\_ .._-----..--..... y
the building of Hard roads. It wouldbe Miss Mae Crawford sister of the I .
the solid substantial. men of his sec Committee lo. expend each year a certain -
a lamentable mistake. to issue less groom, and Mr. W. A. Brown, .both
sum to be used with the co-oper- , tion.Mr. ipc oc ioc ten not not >Of10t10110h0at0t>01101I0t
Susie Dale of
than one hundred thousand dollars' of Cairo Ga, and Miss
and Mrs. Crawford left, midst. ation of the V. I. S. to keep this prop-
worth of bonds to build.hard roads In this city. and Mr. W. W. Gardner of a A. CARSON I. AJC8ANPORD.VUwFmldrat.' a. U LUPFBIl. -
a shower of rlCe\ and a thousand god! erty In order. Pw.la.a .
Osceola county, for It will' take all of Denver, Colo., brother. of the bride. B.er..srV'
speeds, on Tuesday for their home In The very Important. question of a I
that. to build roads Into the county a Then came. Ethel and Leona i ob-
Cairo. Ga., accompanied bv Miss Mae |water supply for fire protection. has
sufficient distance to benefit. the. outlying erson, nelces of the bride strewing
Crawford and Messrs. W. A. Brown, been considered to some extent by the .
farmers and the. /flowers followed by the bride leaning
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fruitgrowers very B. M. Johnson und W W. Gardner, tower council, and a survey made of i KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO.

_ _,_ people we are designing to aid and upon the arm of her sister and matronof the latter gentleman lavingover for a the streets for the location of water ,.
who entitled fair honor, Mrs J Z. Rob ervon, abd
tor
are to a return
day only I in that city before returning. mains. As the introduction. of any 1
the the the escorted by his best man'tax
the county In
money they pay groom
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to his home in Denver, Colo. I system of waterworks will necessitate
shape of taxes. If.a.-leu, amauotl&aBone ,
a very large outlay of money, the
hundred thousand. dollars is I.j Issued valuation will be more than Dr. Jno. E. Ennls was in town from Rough and Dressed :
question should be /gone Ipto more
we can only build,roads extend- enough to create a sinking fund sufficient .Narcbossee Tuesday. The doctor has carefully, And for this purpose I

fog a few miles from this town, and to pay the interest on the bonds for a number of years been an Indefatigable that.
would suggest Council appoint a_
. the value of property' in the. middle and and take them up when they fall due worker for whatever he committee to be composed of Its own Pine Lumber:

I lower portions of the county would not without Increasing the rate of mlllage. thought would benefit this section of
members together with some of the
bn enhanced one cent, but It a sufficient Now that the lee has been broken in Florida 'and particularly Oifoeola prominent citizens. -and taxpayers of

amount is *voted roads can be built the right place don't let us spoil the county. and expressed himself as the town to thoroughly Investigate\ the.

reaching the remotest nerl. and job by being "penny wise and pound higher\ elated over the. prospecU of different systems allotted to '
our use
property all oyer the county will so foollfh." We've begun right let's the wonderful development whlcb Is I HOUSE BILLS A SPECIAL.

Increase In value that the difference In finish right. bound to come In the near future. (Continued,on eighth page)

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:'f NEW DESIGNSJLANNEIl \- ;'CBllBtABORimMany 300FAMILIES HOMELESS JlADERS,, ,_AKFOR___ AID. ARMY MONEY FOR SQ11TH .:, v tATElTO, JJOTB.. : .?, .; .

: 'in N_d-M ny R.compu.ndations.. f "3t.ndpatl.r' Are Up; Against I It", oO .". ..
Conference. r G.n.ral. ,
t American Money Will Be, :Uniform "Olleanll Made By LaThe .__ e Sums to Be Spent on ..Improvement Owners" and prallrl.tQfl of, moving -
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I' in Appearance. (child labor conference! at It/'juoBslona -* F wt \ ex .. Washington' ItCTho'' latest.and and New Works.FOrPENSACOLlFLA picture shown '!I\ I'ltl--burg. ,Pa.i and .'

here adopted resolutions': ''embodying most Interesting rumor In connelllon In Sharon have- been ordered not f't.' .

_ PORTRAITS JW[ BE USED .number of Inipurfant recommendations LOSS IS 'OVdr2O OOOO with the tariff debate :is thai 'tho republicans -. HARBOR produce il
for legislation! on thSTsnbJectqt : lay agree 'to"T t uC> "cottonOaxBinn ,, Da )I)lng' Willie. \Wbltla; .under ;;
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.O..1 of child labor In the pouth. and ties on the free list and -- -- -' peualty-of forfulture'of Hires 'and
>oJlar Note Will Carry LiUen.s. A Million 'Dollar. Was
-Boy- 4id
; Party of Small Carelessly Appll'oprate.U "
) he following are the recommendations place 'duty of 6 cents pound on -
Washington, Two Dollar That of 'in riubsts/nce. TSlrown I I t of Other \Vhich; ,Ar.. .'lle. ,.
: Cigarette R..p6n.ibr. Import of Egyptian (:cotton I tn# . Under the direct"supervision' of .

3 Uncolni T.n Dollar: Cleveland. The employment In Jaclorliy; :'of no for the Fire...On. Life Lost.. democrats will not Insist upon free ttf B. Impv.c Mrs. iiforgoV, Vanderbilt, two expert .
child under, the age of 'fourli' i1 years. lumber und other amend.Wl'ut. '
I ; Washington, Ji. C -.AIitnhit berretary. Tun employment IJI" Imine or quarJIry rOn .''01 t -Tcal.T' a party /ifsmiill ceJall WQsblngtQI.. U. C.-While It has weun'i'S ale instructing tha.
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Coolldflo lias approved I women employed, on (Die Vanderbllt
of tha
i Treasury of child tinder the of six- boys luiU cigarette thuowncarelessly decided the de.lartntl '
a. plan for 1' 'MtulJallzlllg designs j no ago a ( ne changes In the bill, which the yd betn by way estate art BlltmoVov; C.n\ tbo

for Culled State notes" and I" teen years. la gem-rally credited theII10 republicans now offof as J concession owing to the short (Mime. rloua forma of The vi- .

.1 !oin, ccrtlflcatew./ thus carrying' Into ft- I The fnployinpiit of no itfifld under ,'llcl deal roed '1)11"11 y In hate been urgently advocated, by soveraif which lias paused ttlnce eOlgl'els ap. expei tu WeN brought weaving.from Neew

Ir. feet a 'I1tIfl(. of uniformity III |>or- ; the age of sixteen'In any gainful :South: WOllalu"d in' $3,000.- f I 1lle most thoughtful sl1aker I propriatfd (the money, how alf the York at Mrl' Vojiderblll's ettputtseand ,

trait mid K"iieral d' .Iftn\ (or noiew ul occupation: except' agricultural; aVddomebtlc <,((1.< (:all"I" Iho death-of ul1"1- on 4nTb. democratic Bide Tbey show i inllitaiy appropriations for tleitIyear th'I'e"al'e fifty women. In the .
cervlce. unle ,B nnch child J J. Newton, a )allk employee, I hat I Hie j.I be
the faille ilrlH'li.million' / ol each/ clntt. 'CI. Payne bill vndliiK Juife 30 l4lO, wil class' at the time So far the
I oQ..rouB. present
"' f-M*'!_l'll'l' Hid M'litH Klnilllli "J11.IH.l'&> i 111. seriousInjury (it six plheiH. renderliiK .
The Jil.'ill.: will "III/lu.ly/ ,lIe Ideas'of | "" lluflJ'ft(1Ji1u.H.flJ5riously: .du- spent II .114| believedthat the south chief work of the lUllinore weavers
I r I tho t ictiMiii' > (11',111",1\1.;, bankers, i I III 't 1''hI' Kngllsh !In'nttiiape.I : :300( hlll"ln.t I lamlwl I 101 ties on the cotton farm l'. He buys.wmrggt5td131a1iafu. ; ofI rmruiuuvy. IH I t1iitftu kactureols-hlteandblue;
I That l"fOlJOY tinder I ill' age;!: of sixI 1 lets en IK-e ( > whdt ho noeijrt in '
: a market *
t uusim' PM men. and in usury experts. I ant protected ; count cri>afic.i of old-ftiKlitoned design.
It la exjJoeI iiI finnew not uii* whenput I I teen nor Kin: tindiirvJlu i age of rlxb- 1<1'nl* of Hcvi-ial l bundled, workmen( he sells his crop in -rmll..t1011 withal Of iho inure than $4,000,000 asked With uf the moat unusual cliaraclir -
one
) l 'In i fn I ,ulnOon will lie w'ekouiedby ! ie ji years except' in agricultural or employed In t the m.'itiufacturlng 1,1..1': H' the world. He fights ends for 1' bo IM'd for barracks and ,4li" ''-
In Atlantic 'ulwho|
history,
: : J t the public/ on ucrouiit; l of t their si in 'domesticbcrvlce 1 he ( mployed beI ((till lJ'i-i hess Inuses km i lIed.. of .the lliu', \shfreBH the muiuifaclurer I ters $3.M'I'lt' ) was rall"1 The cut t the 'lliiee-tnaBted ( l) ,
ennaLlrlgfiH.
!: ,' ])liclty uad rcadmcsH with t \\ /tlt'h11'11 I 14 t''I.t I lie hour of 7 p..ni. and 6 u. m.i The burned dlMiirt I was put utidrr .is prolected In making both iiurphases I In the amount aK -'Cot mean. of"Olrt. sailed for K'ho'lor. irom

; denomination may lie fixed i In mind.Al i I An (ht-linur day law lot children the* guuid of slate noopH' lo prevent' and xalc. 'that seine of the construction |
i'ro\ tIcnIt., 1. The schooner for
"piesulit t then- are I IH\ diBerent deIgns undi Ilk > eur qf age, ai.d for. all loot long It Is understood that the above I work which '11 department had planned \f
t the next niontliH will tltrusuuuff
"
I lor I'liited Elates" nltc, ... mid women \ ... I r.c'cnuoo: of t the fact I that I the Inl'n- overturoH ,01'1 wade to Keprescntaijc I to do during' the next fiscal year( stX
between
: 11' coin fi 11 iificnii'h uf viulouH ileiiomlnarun i I Kin' ijk'y men! und>Tthe certificate ..t residence, diilu' k I \\a. pojiulattuilargely .. m'uuK.
,. ( Uu'ifiiiK, lo i (Jill (11411111 and( iinci) r- ,, .Han? by I Ihi'jHi-I I in comfortable cr-| piou-ction democrat.I They II'e being I For roaJj.walks. wharves and loiiis on each Touacconlbia"I.mute I.
taint ruder "tinnew' plun I mere' The I..mplii\n; "III. l bythe state' of .(\11 1 al'K.( I tlif nuin.'iary( relief ncedCH !- dlKcussed, by tho democratic ,aiemboru. draliiauothe KUIII of JG7ooO was 11'111 Is l
I thai eiu-li of
:,1 will -be but nine and tin- |>" \lhllii > )jiropi' i ofllclnls for. 1 Ihe Inspection of, wil L,. -1-nIttil.] It remains' to be Been whether they I asked for of which $lHii.oou( was for two t pound six liii .llf aiil: gold nix-

I t' of roufiiHltm will i In leduci-d to a all all Ies; Hut! factories. with I Ihe pow- The Ilie ol'lgl-nll'I I In a bam near are willing to accept (lie proposal. I grant elf. Tlii means that_ most ,of Ken "IhUUSIHll. iliat trip .
minimum while Die Hrtistlc' ijualll.\ 'Iueslol llm
,
i .'l the notes *ill, lie gicuily t-nhaiii' .',I. .I' l ; the. conference" a i'W'l iflhiUent JcnmiiK avenue. I) % euI by u Kn'. republicans are uneasy and apprebunRive. this line taut be carried out. It lijg fore a1 o-lut ha1"'I'lo"I billion nee.eh.Al J.p.d"d.K .

: Under the VW) \ adopted' 1. all elapsesof : riaui7Oll I Ion blowlni from the houthw.ei t the [ WR desired to spent at Fort Pickenn, IIlal

% notes of' eat h d. iioiiilnnlliniwill ASKLDlulEl'AYW.OOO.OOO.\ nal) quickly 1 spread to adjoiningbuildlUgX Senator Simmons of North Caro'liifa "'lo'lla. .4'3; at Fort Morgan, Ala a n\"oll,1, of the Iupr'a union, -
$
1' tarry: (he same! )'i )I I rail>t awl) no ]1,0'' : quick to ignite hecUUHL' tit stated tIlt every senator from ; $1.0tll( ; at Fort Sam of JUdKOI, MlMK., 1 res wu

trait will IIJ'I"'I');
than one denomination! ; nor will an From Jackson's Administration.' 'a Ir ta'leI'droIKhl. unt with- lor the old duly. on lumber. Ka. 111.more than $1.5- jIIOI'S '
used whlcTTwIll; hut. t be nnjnedlately ; inactii i ully ul!! of thin eiiv,
portrait be few moment the ,'unflarnllola" The deficit has redchcd OOU 'Itt Fort Ga., about
\ /LMiI I tteii.; I II: ( -The publication' log I trea.nrvy I ; OKlethorpe will not olluiate at the of
-. rceonrd/.ulile b"I') per ,' over Ali'<' coijiitri'\ of the Introduction \ : \beyond all I "onlrol Spectacularin i I $! '.!.IMKI' ,(IIIKI. |If last monlir rale isp1'ftI.ri $4.itMi at K< y "'(...1 llankti_ Kla., $.785 ; am cotiple wlnie I one ot Aal"/1_ , (the

-lIOn-Wl\o haiidleH! nWIW)'. Tlie one' dollar liy Hepre.sentatlve ;Muidodi of-Kan- II" extreme, 1J 11 vUU4l_ ,_ *1t. .cui of_thii_ flbcal 'year.will ; lJFciM Mpjiro 'l\"ii.J.! $00.Bnd 1,_ a1 -34.t-t1-l haxe divoiced. no matter
silver certificate will till. r) the from building I I 1 0 hiiildiiiK.I I I fee deficit of over Jloo.oou.uoO. 1 Ffa., all of ) tW"1
of Rll I the a"lu" FUll BIl"
-UK :a 1 10\11<| to < upon) twentyi.lx I 111" $1.100. what crnuiKlx lor I ih < "
I |K>rtiall(I of Washington$ ; I the two dollar '-tat i1!< I lo iciay,' to the "noverninentJys.finu liroad avenueflRTTfl lit t inn's for a \\it h thl hum- and constantly. \. grow- I the a but e tiling' for u const ,'u"llol been. Tlie 'iustor.s. l1O"IIYhate htati" I iliattlieV

r. note whither slher" leriilIcate ( :: (' t.iII,' whl. h was dlHtrlbiited' dur- tInt ut I llinc. I Ol. rapidity of theflre'x lug d.111 sin rIng Ih1! In the face amid rcpu'lr. At I )Kort Tu> lor. Fla., have been Iou] /llneral 'on tills

or Kiccnhuik, will CUM I ;) A.udl'l'al'loll'/; adminlHtrullon. r'"r'.ri-HK' I I utlliOl4Si tIle nil ii a t (1 ,U leut t alt ti divided I membership I $s.iio( V. aH asked 1 for to ,'ulhlrlI( t u futuiu
.; tile iiij .ldlnl ](i.int but I that In ll" -
the portrait of; Uinculn Prt1tjq1u'und, ten j: .\t:.1 s iullowcd IIlllilI.'dllLtd.l'lIh a (lKd'tif the removal of bHI"lwlt i iTcctK nnd, i In I tlieiiown. ('lmJ.( t tho leaders whlrf.hkl. it wa( slated 'will he ( 1".I..luIO.:11 > lo the

'dollar sfolil ,and silver Cleveland ihe t<)i CC!'ILIH.I I lo members( xenaloraand 1T1 sump rrvrti I ri .k"ll ilrlJ.t.I. ---of -ht party 'In the << -ate iu aquatttltry. i eipenblvc alriicluri: o\villK (10 j.ts i-i--t muM Ih.,1., ( .1.IklhII,4.,," "
that of L
.
United States ; .. < .1 J
hud lo be \. ] great length and the character of the .
for Ihalol\
i.i em revpimdents' ; ' :
t the. ; wspnper} 3 t |lj.-
''I/ twenty dollar 'tli.ii i>f .liekHOii. troie" light (iu till stibj, ) It After1 catum I I It it. ta> through t Iii,. I It I w11'( said that PriMldent Tafl had Lo'tul' on \\ lilt h 1 is placed. This "Ullla'l
fifty': dnllai \Dial} of; Ciinnt.;i the one Some lull I M'mrfu; ; ; is iiiiH'ininfiw I
that l hili! residency dlt-lrlct. 11..1. lednelns to 'been( I h' uppealed( t by Speaker( I IH I Indejirulent; I I of I tlie project i for >ca
1 hundteil" dollai' I ihni uf; KniiiMin." tin'five I intrciliieeil l ( ( I I two ) earsIIti dJ..I n'i lei---, \\eii( 'IlltlUIilt. out
;Mnrdnih. "and u>hl'l itt i-'i' htindred, iircienliifindwellings 1 1t11 Ill.'II and Leaders Pax ne and LIlt I wall and till. ,1'/I'I.lh
said Ml. no one ,
; hundred. ,dollar ihal of 1 Salmon) I' II' ' ,( t ; ''' i'I t Ilie .Man lull
t time rliurih I ". and For pradiiifi(( and impro\Ini: Iholand I 110' I.nl.
..Chant the one ilion";and! dollar! that. I aid IIi! \ alii I nlliin! t lo it. !1111 11' "i. -' --, --.--- loinpanv 'nl I Ann t I ilia 1.f > ::1 t 1 ,
the) flunf-B. sireadliiK to in the ( >r(>iulnitons. ( .aul.l
u ] upi ,
I Ir Ur:;,; I ilicw" was a (M.I! plus in ihod'diial flulllrllU. ] rol'J\\IIJ'liI'llls ,. .
I IliuuiKoii. In "elil:
t. of Alexander BILL FAULTY. I lll'i'.t: : I --i ( "Ji'lli. J >a.\ l- i | <
; f 1 of ( ( duelnuil the .tIilt iu', attacked I I the mamifactur, PAUl THlf Ildul..d 10' \\/iks. .
-- I : treasury: J3S.tioO.OQo( : i l.i I 'll.-tanie.! Hij4,: 1.--, -hnre t to
Ts b h In- sale ol public, bind In lug plant of It" Stt\\ ;.er .Kleclrii al'oniiaiiy. Be $45.000.000 i'i'litii1(11(1( M) fort it were asked foi 0
: (CENtBAL LVANS APFUl STAFF. ; ? 'to l If Shy I I"i'I; niihm I I a i ".11. "ol t thrie h.in-
,
< ;\ Ala. about ; ( FortHarriiniiiv.
I Ihe lentral west Cnnsiess: aulhoiiiA'dI | Making Ends Meet. FOIl 11111'11.; $3.111. luili ., ; I ., nl aiiout,
of Mont The l \ a of t T< : and I I'ii" i iflirailroiul r'ht. $ lnUili.( (' Fort e.1 >1I" 11'1' ,
Thomas C .Jones 11. x.'ih of H..I"
Brigadier > I h ..,,dst i lla';l.iii aiiK.iir' ; I lieHUet.. "IiI I. \\ : hlnllol. 1 11. t I 11"(1'1'1) a 5 ." ; in Kin' 0'' In, i
C.a'; $ | (( Sl.J'hJllp. 141. I oi ,1. 1111.
the \eti. .
General. were next' I Foil 'k.
Made Inspector de-b In. pahva01 in eslitnatlnK (tinrev- :0.,1'' ;
gomery ,u.i I i iniisniK( ( i.d.ivu"I : ? upon "a.] ;ni; < t iioi t ; 1 1-1 i II 't- l.i iLi-t.lni, '
.a'I"III'I.
OilennI.a, lI cuiumuiid' ! of I the I fire 11"! rou(+, --". r> :1"I ,. JZS.nwii. " MulCeiiFla.., J. H.r.etJ.ant ( .
I New ; > '"::11..1. l IIf the, Vi ('1.11\( of the Iteusur.l < hOI i r.tie1 to''lie derived" \111,1 I tile ritAet -i I.ll llllMflllll lilt 1 IJl.Mll'-l,llllj ,
General Clctr.eiit] A K\ans: uf Atlanta.cominuiiderln Altei fi1-.!''iI''(' OIIH( ( had, been. ,ilistrlhutedli.it" ( : shops, eoal ihulis. and scM-ral IHIII (jf I the, I J'n.tiiv bil 111..' I Unit,. 11'1"1'"' ) KIM, I tHSoto, FIl. JUi.Cju.' '; For t II I 3' I Ili'l, .(IIP V .-lltl.i I 1 t 111 "II 11".hlp
(;('nl"111Mkk..1 box eats were d<"-no i ( > 1(11(1! :."iloi d""llng the t h.innf'l to tlio "hlr.. at. 1'.1 oj
hlet.
( Adjutant I b< fin', .' Ih,' fourth' 11I>. "IIIIH'hl had .11" ,1 | uiti > il.tl''I': ''' lo meet lineMild) lin1; I tb' d i' II'| *%
, ConfedviuteVeleriniB n-iluriil I In l t=teiliiKiKstH 1.1"11' Moullrtca. $44h7u was ass d .10" .tlr
of ,I lhe I nlled I lien anotliei! 0111)11.I'l. 1\ of Foi
;(:Hi. i oi.nre)! l ( ;passed; 1111jlll ex," 11( th. KovernI1K i : u inn .i.ii.i .- .111,1!' 1",11\1.
4 Issued from, I Ilie lieadiuai| I l.iv. pusi" ponliiK/ |Jill( (\ 111"111" uf the final ) of (t., 1 and' 11'01 I.I' 11' e.'ltti 1 \ i I' .111 f.'eil to foot loj I; I I iii-\\; d' I'jw'l I. I I 3 ji.i; -< t\,_'' and
. To tile east' t tin itone I and s'eeldepot I In I tlir mutter I 1 of appruprlalions ; 0,1
ters in :Now Dileans ilie; lollop HIK list 1 .. ( 11.,11
and II. .( ) .
Mi'-tallineM. a of _
( poratinu' : 1I up:' I $4.> .1110.I.H.TIl paUI.1 I.L.'"' mil 1"1' ilispw 'I I rei -
1 of appointments, "Juki' r I a pintlso Unit the innne> dlstiiliintd liuiMni, I'ro\.t I !'artiet KI :,uieneroiic ; .1,1 '- I thus( explained Inla.iln fur I 101'.II"lIUI uml "lh..1! < 'ipi- il. ,'i ,i.il I. .1 >.i t ,0' \ .1'1 lirigadK-r Ueneral Thomas; n! Jdtu"Uonlgamery ' -. ,, lie Ihe demand ; hnieiit 10\llf,1 Ih.hul< (ledistiirt the. win, Us ol' Id"IM' II.d'r! 1 the engineerdep.t ( ,
I I tlnnilii MihjiM-t" to t ; ; lit* "Il I..fo. house. I'hlir. 1 lOll' .lOg j>ii hilt,
A 1'1.' lns]>et-t(ir j;-tii-ial of -rnnretIii1ed,; (if (hfi fcecji 111<. lUlhonuli; t-e\ ial tiniollylnp ,. man: 1': jie expl.unid, I I Unit each yi at! inilUon 11 I"nieiil, tif the aininlniiit. a .uisi--ji' |, I'ei.li.I ( isiat' t t'.iull> ,i ..HidTti.

J.rtgadk.r Ueneial .1. )-'. Khipp. Chattanooga 3 !tdV: ; tif. the; "UeiMir It. is uuid that h|>arks-would ii-rnite I .i oni .

,- Tenn., .qua' I' ruiui.r i "Kcii-, ihe mat lei of the i 'payment' wai! {ool'lnl in I this Kertion. ui. 'ul 1.. < !nht per" rent of appropriations.( Him! I cola harbor und UuLM-'Htuji. to liespent are 1111.I H-I-VMHI-,* -n.( .*Jnl I not' 0110"

eral. / I c.ied,!! to ;Mr. ;Mindochs altentlon' i bythe df, a ha"lh lou 1111 I ''IHt me ,101! ""I"'I"t"I., in 01! lit, words.that' ilurliiK' IJtlO For.' I''tl'ut'i.t, of tin in hie" iiei, '-iitli'; "il 1 h ll-] 11h"*"
Hrlnadier (lein-rnl 'llnniiiH-; I:. Davis -, claim: rff Virginia: : u few jearsage. (If xulunt<. '1' flieinen on In"t 10 from $j 4ii.t.i( ( (; ( ( to $"".0"1'1( (' ) IJI (' is api.i' ojirlated $ .I'j.IiI'.; to comJilcMe a | ( ( i nth Su( iln, were s\
I ho [(tea Oils for the protectionof 1,1.1"1""u.
rr >'ew QrleaiiH couimibtary .en. .. (to the fditrth Installment, still < heck it In its Inelpleiu'V) Thusafter 'f t thf total t-iimw poriiorit-d out liydiiKicFK ,. old ,., : pia"LII'! :ii II' the \
the sites( f the- nnd' ,'hlal'
iHirtiintf for lour hours, flic fl'II..III.
; eral. I titi(111 I II rb'd.r tl each > oar is 'never expended iliuuii I, I lit, ( : . ral K 'M.: I lludxon., uu -ftimlly I liroiiKht t undvr ,'om I 0:. other fieiessary po>>t III.lllIg. \ lKo.th 'olwb
Brigadier (i -n r The tw-pnlT-s1x plates rrrrlvprl the and trK'rrfnrr1 ran nccotiTitfd, "+ ad1M j Pl'iKelm : I 11"H" I tl.t! "V\ ieb 'liili- lIe
t and JlflU-e, 41
New Orleans, judge: advocate general.Hrlgadler ', .illicit In,,1 III 111<'111". In proportion to The Imr".t area Is nlpl'o ,illl.I > : ' is for I IhitilItI -
(:('''''I'al C I I\\I. Tebuult M i t their, ro/reKentallon| I i I In coiiKrcKti.; The mile ;i hlif In and, a hail ) eailo, 1'1' UjOlIUI'lil.1 "Olkll'IH'( l t l'fll"I.1111. shul.ln i any

D.. of New>: Oilcans. !surgeon gen' ill 'iiliution MiDoni; Honthern Blateswai mile wide. and. bibit w .11 "reciuiH. I t .. o'flll' averni "halrman I. of Neu wil l'lt till for"- I Ih. prolection l"il who <' lie declared<
; .. 11'i. 1\(1 l1I"1
of the; tat u y I leterMuion al
days to nceiiniH-U ( ; tli imiiidual '
eral. as follow oniiille| l'tt) inl't't the tinniidl II1'X'1'IIOJlla.loIK : > .. i rime, to w hit, h there Is
;. I BrIgadier General llonnett\ II I Maryland .t.Tfoi.: ( '() Virninln $!12.1l9.! \ 10H..es, enrefMl, f tintae: pla; < e., ] ( td II< l tln"l"t' ) ; at ."> per cent.wliiih. Foil Tra\ Ii. nn pol..I; > v u.-.r, 111 Inirm I,' Oft" n h. -
.
'. Young. Ioulu\llle, Ky chief of oid I IpaDce 00(;('. :North: Vuiolina. $1.444.1000.( ((. South theiLKcrf'jate' | 'alxiut( thr (1.111! ;, .'.1,11(1(1(;( ( <. "I11.1111.\ ( ((' (, fUlnl"I"I' him TtALlltHS AN-llE. Mill I h. 1"ant I n> ,He i an t lid I to his

Carolina $l.. Ccurgin/ $I 1,1'51.(111 I ( ('. mark.The lar eKt Individual I ; I !<>- .- with 1 lIe $4f.\1( ( (( (\ .ieser\e or n "\el- 10 U R KTMVI< )i'>\ tllll,, -i< \\11 WilileailHOlll, -

rIrf- Brigadier General II. A.Newman Alaliaina. ftii( \*.<(KKi; Ixjulsiann( $4 7biI0.( \as "uI'I..t .-liy the Texaa, uid 1'n- \1 United, States Canada Peda- d and (i-li'iin( "|1,1'; 11 knew (;el-
*.lluntsvllle Mo assistant adjutant (( TenniM-K-e I ( tile (-flit lit of I the toad i Mlsblsslppl: $382.000( ( 1. ist: 1 tniut iiiK fi.( I gogjes Will, Fight For Rights. 111.in. ;11.< 'atluIup
KeDer J. 434.011(1.( ( Kentuck.v $1,434.OH> ;MiHbonrl InK the damniK. at IHid.Onu.I (( ('( ( "i'( II" $70.11.1"11( (( (( (( fiom n lax on tenth I lloxiun, ;Muss --Tl.ir,"("( ( < schoolleachers I., ""..:, ii M

Brigadier (ioncral I). II. Gurll')'. $3S2tiO' 'i. Arkanssn $287.000( Shortly after the lire lieKan assl/-i! (- ( hairman of t the \a) .4 and meanscommittee Of Ihl'IIH,1 .141 Stale in d
Waco Texas, assistant adjutant mice wuw o'f Dallas) and, ) a spital of fluuies Washington. 1
gen lIlt -
nn
piesented array Canada are to I lie tel utued lUlu .
DEMANDED) $5,000 RANSOM. ( train bl ( >araiiis and (31.! I /
eral. UIIU up] lint jii.;( about seemed ,.to showthat leuKiie fot I the U|>'.)(iiihiiiiK, of 1'rci.idPiil! Filial( of iletea -
Brigadier General II. W. Graber tachracnt from t the flru deiartm| ir, "anl 'ol..ge
his would furiiltli plenty of .
: I profession lit I I
orlkuI .
Crocks to- Collect Though bi lUl al Lexington. > nas |ittit.'tJ
Try Money, of that city but thus reinforced, I Jrtl.
? Dallas! Texas asslutanl. adjutant CjVen the
ge.ioral. r\'entp corny government.through. will be known "The American
I ,. j. Supposed Kidnaped. Boy Was Dead. th fire had gained such headway that .5- I a. ;ortf lent 'uJ to tie al tlc Lincoln farm
Mich. While Thuman 'N. Teachers' LeaUu. national May take part. the"- memorial >
'
FlInt the efforts of the firemen were without ,
Brigadier General IS. a. Williams! : i the that
\I.But; nowcomes discovery organizer! U Frederic A, Tupper.
Moon was absent1 In IJelavanVls.., cervicc-H B'rrft-fihmt tre \
result ujitlj practically nothing remnlned < mlmol'lal &
.Wavnesvllle" Mo.. assistant' adjutant negotiating with 'men who dalmE'dtheY'ladkldnaped".ltls I instead of unexlJent..d appropriations bend master of the, Brighton School.herer. honorujr'Lincoln.i 'President Taft \
which flames might
on, '
generil.. r- '5 ;. ,,. -t :'u-1'J. ': that : little son. the, 'being turned the treasury t '!.' .. / ; ', J> < 'IThefolio1ntg the matter" "I.witleronsideraflon, MKrosti
Brigadier,General Charles II. I look, feedTempOrnry abodes i wore' round close of each'' year all appropriations j: '- ; ouUiitd-ofrfthe-; -' ( ?
al'.tle J
.
I harold aged lu>.-and .were holdinghim for those rendered .homeloea tp-iitit-'tliai.'lraad' ( a movement- -
----
erj, Jackson Miss., assistant adjutant for a ransom of $5,000 the bodyof are available for.three years ppBtfB of the organization 1s given to raise. $100.000'( for a negro sahool H
K neral. i ADMIRAL after the clOso of the fiscal )'ear-Tr out: no'beiinl,ll
; . .I (the child wan taund floating In CERVERA EAD. >.lii t In Kentucky .andwliHh
Brigadier General I B. I U. Wlllett.Itong Thread Pond In Bert Uobson. A -- \. wl.fch they an mule In HlRher xalarles. pi nsionv for f(achera. now- 1.)1. ", .\ $1'.011'; (( it. will

$ Ueach MHB.! asslBtant quarl..rIDaIIter of Bkaicn fastened to the feet Was Commander of Spanish Fleet in payments on ('onlinulll contracts tenure of om,-.,.. national( nndi ,be i ulled t LI,' 011> Meiuoil.il, Instllule. -

general. Itall the hands encaHeU in. mittens, Battle of Santiago, Cuba. may lie met. In some caseu such an i stale aid tidtn attOtI. r<-( 111'111tl 'In lidiiiir ( i'm\ ('51111, II Linenln.itipl .

Colonel n.. E. Park Atlanta Ga.. te..tlned an lo the mUll of death. Puerto Real Spain.-Vice Almlrl for fortifications, rivers alJt harbor Male eertiJU'iitCK, ileiuer d.nlllllll I'hi-ntiil Kdunidh: nf (r-'orgla:
assistant Inspector general. lar Cervera who commanded the Spanish the appropriations are available andxt'ulsIoli of lien. .
I The child disappeared February 27. .etc., I'a( 1"1,1 I Is tiled "r $7. .11( fifr his seric
t \ Colonel J. Thompson Drown' Richmond Ills" >arents from the flr.t b.HevedIhat fleet in the battle of Santiago, Cuba, I Indefinitely .1 n fact. It Is asserted by rlht.( academic frecdoui. cneoui'iiKement I ..' as 11.ml.dnt\111 I "-tigress. He Is
Va., assistant QUDrtl'rmast'rKenera" | Is dead here.Admiral that by I Ihe t time I skillon
of the
r, ? he had been kidnaped and since I lrPllUry'allhorltes highest profeshional willliiK to hold. t the job for $5.duo a
; Cervera was from accounts a given years are the of the teucher attention
that tinhe Mr. Moon has been going relr..d part moll' vtnr At oirdliiKl.v, he Introduced, a
f: Colonel II. P. Lake Memnbl .Tenn.. about the country tracing different alleged the active ll.it of the Spanish navy !I finally closed two or three years after to school hygiene. play till to i educe tlie >uiar. of membersfrom

. assistant Inspector general. clews. Circulars were sentbroadcut December 14th lasl. at his own re- the appropriation has been made gruldN. gjmnaslums and baths for $7.:iOlt( to $3not(' ) '

,. Colonel< Henry Meyers. Memphis. qu"t. on accou falling bell t h. not only Is- the appropriation fully each *
_ _ over the Celled States. of school "Do'OU know
Tenn., assistant quartermaster en Me suffered from (b j expended. but there h< a \\riy President Taft
reward of 1$1,300 for the boy. a alctoo (11 frequently :
oral ferll a heart Admiral .. born 01. I deficit. In view of the condition of ENDS. named -I'lillainler C'. Knox for his secretary -

*, Coonel) B. F. Jonas. New Orleans appears that some crooks decided February 18, 1839. On the outbreak I Ill'se' affairs*. It will be seen that CONY'fLUING of' Mate?" a..d the southern

1 assistant judge advocate general. to take advantage of the siuaton. of the war with the United States( Ithl (. velvet, on which Mr. Georgia to SerI colonel, who Is a walking dictionary

$ The list aldes-de-campa includes and wrote Mr. Moon a leter he called from the Cape Verd.s Islands 'Payne banked, went glmmerlag.I ice of the State. of strange and wonderful Information.
I. ;; "United States Senator John W. Daniel that they held the child would with four cruisers'and three torpedo I I Atlanta Ga. G.o gla's convict "Easy enough because he Is one of

Of Virginia. United States Senator- ujuvor him _for. $5,000. boat destroyers In 1898) entered NEWSY PARAGRAPHS. lease system ended, and hundreds of the' greatest lawyers in the country,"

elect John Sharp Williams of M'' .ls. 270,000 Idle Railroad- (au. the harbor of Apri de Luua May - prisoners taken from mines brick replied Mr. CoiiKreBsnYan. "Not alto-
-S I kllna and factories, returned to the Reiner.-: Ho liked the name. No not ,
_;. .Ippt. Colonel W. J. Crawford of Memphis 19 and lost his entire that Jesse Pftwers of Wendell MaT ,
Washington D. C.-"If the tariff ls service of the state. 'Knox but his first name, 'Philan "
Tenn.; Colonel George L. Christian port July 8, In an attempt to fore his while suffering from melancholia
# of Richmond Va'; Colonel W. given. prompt attention and this year's way through Admiral Sampson's 1 Jumped from the steeple of a church Georgia ha no penitentiary and for ier.' ,Look It UI). It means a South

*B. Haldeman of Louisville Ky.; Coloel crops are good- there should be a' blockading squadron, I In that city to the ground below a, distance year. her convicts have been leased. mfrl'an 'poHsum." Theolonel was
return of the wholesome conditions of about sevchty.flve feet. He The 1,600 prisoners now will work right again. -
: :> R. E. Lee of Fairfax Va.; Colonel Washington, D. C.-Rear AdmjralWlnSeld of
I IL E. Lee of West Point' Va.. and 1906 and 1906." said. James J. Hill, Scott Schley S. -., retired -' struck on his feet and the heels of the public roads. Most of'them are I .baa been estimated I that the
r' head of the Great Northern Railroadhere' who commanded 1.United States I his shoes made dents in the ground blacks of a low order bf Intelligence, of annually consumed

; PADEREWSKIMAY QUIT .ftlt'ls--best that normal condi fleet which captured Admiral Cerevraand ''about two Inches deep. His ankles sentenced for every conceivable time. ImUuI woo
should be restored surely rather fractured. Though shackled and Ironed, Iho
tolls his fleet outside Santiago harbor were time l I. 23.000.0011,000 cubic feet'whilethe

; ;:Plane. Players' Cramp Feared by the swiftly." during the Spanish-American war and I I More limited liberties for clergymen convicts, greeted the change with growth, of the forest Is only" '/,- ?

,. f Gr.at Artist. Mr. Hill said there were 270,000 Idle provided 'one of the most thrilling were urged by Dr. J. A. Adams. shouts of Joy. Negrp preachers were 000,000,000) ( feet In dther. words,

I :New York City.-The fear that the freight cars ,jln the country which If chapters In modern naval history appeared -I editor of the Advance, at a meeting at most of the stockades and led the Americans all over the country are

'stroke of "piano players' cramp" coupled together, would make a train deeply touched whentold of of Chicago ministers. He Bald : blacks In their Impromptu praise serv using more than I three times OH mucb

LV I .which had caused hlm'to cut abort his extending from New York to St. LouIs the Spanish admiral's death. He took "Public official are required to takean ice.The wood .as the forests are producing.

'c !concert tour might dluable him for the and then back to Baltimore. He occasion to pay a warm tribute to oath of office, hence ministers new system It Is believed' will The fguret are based upon a large

', 'remainder, o( his1. Hfe wan expressed said much depended on whether the the chivalrous conduct and splendid I should be under some rule. Every not only Improve the health of the state and local reports

y ; .by>> Paderewikl the noted pianist be. crops would prove t be all farmers character of Oervera when the latter preacher should not be allowed to cn'lcts. but will assure Georgia the collected by the government and

;; 'lore he departed for Europe. expected of them. was taken prisoner. J preach anything he may see tt." I In the south. upon actual measurements.Kepres .

r CABOLMA WINS-LISPENSARY CASL Iilrt-Leader-- -of - -- -- Buried six feet deep In a wagon I HAS TALKED 7.7QQM'lLtR. ntatlxe McCall of Massacbusetts -
i
: + ., Burglar YEGGMEN DYNAMIT JAIL'Tennessee load of cotton seed the dead body believes the Philippine Islands

United States Supreme Court Reverses Memphis, Tnl"! K.VValle of an unknown white man. badly decomposed :i Sergeant John Walsh Starts on An. should lia\e their

7, Lower Court. aged 24 years, arrested as the Dutch" and Geo. Barton was found at Clinton S. C., other Stroll Across Continent. that If they were Ildel1nde'ncesnd Independent .
"SII\er Heel leader ofa Escape from Greenville Prison. who was driving the team
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mysterious! by a negro '
Washington( D. C The I Boston. Mass. Sergeant John should be
famous gang of burglars, who have terrorized Greenville, S. C. -Garber Moore, from life ginnery of the Clinton oil they neutral territory ro
_ _ ; South Carolina dispensary, case Involving : MrniphlH. has confessed that with alias ""Tenn6bee Uutch," and George mill. A pistol and over $200 were Walsh of the United Slates Arm) a. not to lecome.ne theater of wars

the disposition of about $9n( her sister Sltij I Vierce known as Barton alleged Ylggnwl who were found on his peixon and a shotgun the long-distance walker who arrl..dBONton. !between foreign powers. According-
000 of dispensary funds held by the I In after having a
arrested In HlrintnKham Ala ,
,
"Red Wing? they donned men'H all was by hU side. 5 he baa Introduced I a resolution re-
tale dispensary commlHslou walk from lloaton to San Francisco
wait decided -
who brought by postofKceliupectoriJ
., ., by the United Status supreme clothing and executed many burglaries. wete on ;March hl'IO 2uth on a charge The bill to repeal the Sturgis law I I and return I distance of more than ie.-tiiiK tire president lo open negoliiiloiiK -
with the
1 t various
'. court In favor of the commission. of having committed numerous poutDtlK'e for the letter enforcement of the prohibitory ,i 7,700 miles In JOG days started off, nations oflie

The case was liiKlliuted by the \\' robberies In this stare, ( HQMOD law was passed) wlth- after a few hours' rest to repeal 1101. looking tu an nat et'nleitt

; son DltMlllIng Company and the 1,000 Year Old Frog Dead. the county by <]> 'Ncal..i| out debate In .tit. ;Maluu house of represent the performance.Valsh left Boston lor the neutralization of these Islands

h Uchmann Company' lu the United I New York City. -- Methuselah Is Ihe.IOI floor of the jai( ( They tirllled at lies. despite the fact that the !' on August 12. 1908.. and ai-rlVed in und I I lIe recognition: t of .their Indepen

States circuit court for the lil-itrlct his home In the Bronx Zoo. of the been defeated In the i Sn October. 23, according del"h.n( it ii: Ilall'el by the
dea4 holes In the rocn floor I I bill had senate. 'ranl"'o.
., -- 4 jot Uouth Carolina to collect debts ) 1,000 old. ;Methuselah made of an umbrella jai The Sturgis law hau had much to I to bin > .. He said ho lout United States. The preamble to the .

t : contracted by the state In the pur was <* toad "b r"ol'a discovered In arock ,wUhdil. believed they had outside I do with" Maine politics the past four t i 50 ounds. but felt strong .and wouldi resolution nets forth that argumentfor
chase of liquor In the state from u'< In 500 feel I. II not giving I the heir Independence -
_ _ \ ))2 pocket ( below Indication are I that the drilling years but will not change that law i make the present trip In competition Islllm1
to IK07 while the dispensary Ihhurface at Ilulte, Mont. two help. Edward has L'I ihe United
-, system years was done from a cellar under unless the'Bcnate, recedes from Its with Payson U'eslon. who I

waa In vogue. ago. hilt -age was-. carefully computed tho iirlsoner'u. cell. j position. j started from New- York r cenU)'. Slates nation would abandoned lake them them sOle other


_ ; 1 ; TO DISSOLVh_ ,UNUARD. OIL Slashing Prices on Fertilizers CLARK ATTACKS BKYANISM. nnd The Victoria premiers have of offered New South one Dread-vftles I TO STOP SUNDAY FUNERALS. President Taft has again stated
I. to callers that he
did notconsider
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Ck> .rnm.nt Files Suit In. United ilalllmore. Md.-Attention Is being the KnsliHli Hack Drivers
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Time
naught to government on Chicago Want to the
Speech of the Florida Democrat Drew appointment of Judges to be a
_* States Court at St. Louis. directed to the fertiliser trade In from House Il'hal of- their respective stales. This i j Attend Church. part of (lie patronage of United

_ _ ;; ; .. St. Louis, Mo. -Special Assistant to whlcli it is d.dnr. prices are being Applauce Republlcanl. olt'r is I result of negotiations between ChlJo. 111.-Sunday funerals are Slate uten-atdrs. The president thinks
;; the United :Stales: Attorney OencrnlFranK cut right and left. WaNhll lul. I1terE(4tIiItatlvtl; that
___ $ the two slate, undertaken to lie abolibiml if the Carriage anj judicial appointriienrti; should be
__ \ U. ,CtflloKg; filed his brief of 1. The principal battleground Is said Kiank; <'lark; ( of Kloildn ini,dO a jeu- I free from
_polltjcal 11111
Ho
sinc.u It apparent that the Cab Union Uencex
can brltis
'\ c '400 pages with tile clerk of the Uu L. to .be the far south. where prices of i.atlonal Hpeech In tile lunue In which lt111 1'lv..rM' I Ihoul confident' himself
1 .dtltalescircuit court of this city finished products haL"I'I slashed lie attacked "Hr> unsm"! and ''po|''U- commonwealth gUI upon I the fitnesa of I them for the
to take oily In'lhis direction. belnij on the first lay of the
und mnde his think prcjparcd! benc
llfm
ton. male
*scommenccd\ his, argument IlfU'rtwo $3 und $< a "CleagIL'a Mel 1 and
4oau. .
he made week, are anxtoua, ihu same
_ _ -I yearn of evidence taking In tho That the rate war should come at IK wan prcpailiiK lo JMinii JII ihe republican Subscriptions I IH' TO alI sn d "I would bo \ lm ,.
MS- 'government's null to dlsaolvir the the busiest period of ih year" In a lailtt tamp, if uece'ssary. to on the basin of the population, New vide .them among the other days To I glad to suggestions ,
'' secure piotectlon on Sea. Island cut- SOuthV airs (contributing t thin end tue union. has adopted resolutions from senators' and .
to be
'etaadard Oil corporation of New Jerey which promises unnually $4,0(0.00 rill'Caen
I' year Is ton. Dul the republicans would not and Victoria 3000000. The and will ask the Federationof tative as tb Ilielr \e ,
the fertilizer
: : for allefie4 violation of the Sher1 for con.ldeed
., . .' ; good by fertilizer men. trade on that u\ls. and Mr. Clark of England has accepted the oner Labor and all other unions In the j guallflcatloiis of applicants. The president ,.
& fortunate
!i..;...:: "'t / stayed on his r'ervaton.v' L10r his government. city to endorse them. has several. federal judgeships :
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": to fill In the neat_future.. .
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ZS caca caa his nrml, and an suffer
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OIl"f/ .. senior.eHeadaches '
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r! 4 soon' I persuaded nor }_ ,Knowledge/ 'of th. Swiss !
when'b
" 't' : ,.bettor- respect for .Mountain, "' ,
I )')' fulfilling enr .
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I &, kijJ\ ., IC} lie< had<\ agreed When you first' meet the man'who 1'v*'
'Ihercfore,. \ very .I[is.4e.yp with' you to the topped' 'tho
r k ]1)'lIce.>' at 'Lady grpat'peak'(! which looms against/ the ofv

: ., D, MRS.; !: : w.1 ; J'nn'-'c1erltal! Sky line In the distance youMiaturolly' +fi
;and the faith- look, at him idtently4lott If tills is thefirst IJpti O
'.. _r42S'u''rSPS'SacacaSac2S'u'2. | mountainclimb, t'hafeeling' ,
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.1 / ) ahc\ tranquillity. .comes to you thafrour life I ls In his
C/UPTEl1/ Xl 19 . which deathhad hands. You feel}, ,strangely helpless .
Continued. .. thlI! and deijendeut, but his appearance Is '. .
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Deering grew; deadly I .wblle: his ; ; lived ever tenderly apt to raise your spirits bite rugged; Will Cure You.The A
sharp) cruel-looking teeth ly-ei-jtccTlila( ot tli < memory, tanned features wear an expression .
: ) of good nature. HP Ha well knit and liver Is the ihaln-sprinspfor' the whole body. To expect'good
under lip( form moment of Bll nee .lie- that the bpst. com
j health must tho liver In order. To do IW,
; one keep good
h<'I'. !; t his muscular as the athlete would say. ,
lore* he burst out: "Infernal Idiot young wife was fatorIsneedo Herblne will liver In tho oon"aiUo'u -
a.re put your
liuvu 'dT1TM'r-1nr'1u1It-'nafi---tnt17 chrertuineas-and-" Trig clotll"..!', i.vrhfli"a ot hO'119P.PIIIImud. eusef from :headachClk; _
it skouicTbe and :you\ will riot( ;
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;your own coflln, Elide Glyiin's wife! } l ; ; of enjoyment dis by his: wile 'ttre'Just the; sort I
I'd RtranKFe her with my own hands will ..., during the time to- stand wear and tlf'lnd( if he Is A POSITIVE CUREFOR
"T 1 } not clad In boots, his heavy shoes
first! YoSi have left me no alterna- ( Is Intended son-in--
tive. I 'luiuS In mere Belf-defense at. ago.ny that dark- have thick soles which are generally CONSTIPATION, CHILLS AND

tack: you. (You have Shattered, your "and ( she never knew. studded with hobnails to prevent slipping FEVER BILIOUSNESS MALARIA
,
own safeguard It you have told trust course of time on the Ice or smooth rock. The
Glyph and that sharp'fDiiKiicd; .old tlll'll< : l to believe she was 'coil of rope swung' over his shoulder AND ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS. ;

woman I must not keep| inlet any, \ / I! ; : her sense of loving Is at least'a bundred. feet long, and_ ,I itMrs. /
longer I have but to- he firm, and ))1nl> !; deepened and. exr: stout enough!: tu 'hold three or: four Has Done A World Of Good.
ygu KO Jo n dishonored grave, followed vefy ; men in mld-alr. If need hI". He Is .
a lay; the horror' and disrupt of '- ... 1 -. ,-a .., further armed for the attack on the : C. D. Philley, JIarblo Palls. Texas, have't'
the crenturo oil whom* you HpenI sour I soon '. Scene1 a ro- ,mountain with an Ice-ax with whltoh TOM Herblno and find It the best!< liver wrltl's'W"r d '
life'ny' who.. rejected" by (;llynn II first : ) / Frances Verner's to cut footholds in the glaciers; If necessary tried. It done my family an well a* myself uheadacbes oud,
evil yet bo mh P." I 1>(, \ : -ll known dowager while he carries what In rtllg- and I recommend It"to all lay friends. I x.,

Lambert\ had listened with A wild 1 | ( l returned( from In- .Hah would be called an alpine sticka auymore.
mingling oL 'fury and deepalr 'Ho I' (' I lionizing : pole of hardwood, upon one end 5Uc WILL BUY IT.__ F 5

gazed at I>eu'>rliiB/: tn.see If thl''eVa" had <>('s Is very hand- I of which Is fastened an Ircn casing +... ;
Hiiy slKii; of faltering.!: nf .pslt'titlon. 1 Ouch < ( good deal of quiet I which ends In a straight sharp point. Ballard Snow Liniment Co. .
of i )( widow-of and usually has a hook projectingfrom : !:
bill ill? ]lender of the l'eIH'"lIlels\ win t the
r himself! rmild not have looked. more I (' ': t ( ; of ncnham, who one side like a boat hook. 500-502 N. Second St., ST. LOUIS, MO. ,

idetorniiiti'd. to make evil his good." Ihp_ t ,yeius ago. That Looking him over, one gets': the Y
('ontcni'it( |; as ,,,>!11! us hatred l gleamed; I In : < rest man with HIP Id..a, that the ,glide: knows just whatIs
la from his fierce light; eyes A sodden, of ii ) { Verner, and needed In his \bulsness. and after and Recommended by '
acme that all 'ope was over, that a ' I looking, ] \ lad-- talk- yon become: a bit acquainted, .he may Sold Y
x d.irk! cloud streaked( with blood was On'l l' the great vio \>1'0a'n entertaining companion. as '.
already risliiK bet worn him nod his one . I ) '''II.n: : who! writes. IIP cnn tell many an Interesting' story For Sale at 'ROBERSON'S DRUG STORE ,r4
datllug.: his jewel, pressed. with nmdI Wa3 ; ( '), ', about his advi ntuees. But Ties ls'-seldom __ d ......_ } -----.r

!',' ( wing; force iinon Lambert ; ; ) ) iHt In lIl"hf'd looking given to what a boy calls "brag- '
,,. De"rln misunderstood his mo- ,' of the two talk Ilngand: as a rule talks little about KISSIMMEE

11t,>ntal'y stunned Hllenci] *, and, added IIlepd : h " ? She has such himself unless you question him. Not _
with a .."....r. "I 111m master of your I ' ", \ ; and great blue] until the climb "begins however, do
:'l', fate'' Find! a wa> out of the dl- ' the tourists realize what a really
: I aboutton wonderful knowledge' this simple RIVER: ROTTTELSTEAMER
lenima If )oil CUll !Mrs Olynn. She
i" There 'Is one way left'' criedLambert ; 1 Ijy artists and peasant has) of the mountains. As th(>
N hnarselyj: mid; matching it a Her father adventurers got higher! and higher/
X fro'irt lI"II \ the orHhe and at last reach the snowfield which LILLIE STEAMER HOSEADA,
\olviT his )breast pocket, lie Indians ,
Captain Clay Johnson, Sr. Captain Clay Johnson. Jr.
... tired. alntoHt before Ahl' ceased to was : saved by a Yankee seems so easy to cross they are
. the while he Regular Meekly trip to Basslnger od return. Roseada Kls... t
,_.. bpi'ukTtie miles lII'rell. ; !: : brought; her up In halted by guide cautiously -
ball pierced' ]etTiiiK' right among an aw- treads upon It, testing! it for nee Tuesday morning, and arrives KlBslmmee Friday .v..alnx. i"
temple.Vllh a groan: he fell to. the and : ] of men. Then ho concealed gaps Into which one might/; Special Charter Trips to Lake Okoccucbee and Fort My.rc on tie Ulll
ground, dead, belpleuu. harmless! ican !: and I believe she fall hundreds of fn-et. Below the Comfortable accommodation for passengers. Rat. reasonable.
Lambert ntood quite 81111 for an but a ] as the daughter of snow may be a sheet of smooth Ice. Tb. most picturesque Waterway in Florida. 1f

-.. anslanta lie then \put tip his weapon ,() or some such Just as the footstep of the party or For Passenger and, Freight Rates apply. t
.' carefully, and bending: over the' prostrate I saw her and mar- thf sound of their voices might he '" CLAY JOHNSON, SR.. Proprietor,

,, form took'out t the (pocket revolver bert rather idiotic. enough to cause the snow to slip On board "Ullle.,. Klsslmni. Jt.
to which Deering had alluded the Gethln recognized down its icy incline and carry all with .
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tfxamhilng It, he found I the six chambers \ : likeness to a dear it perhaps a thousand feet Into the : flI

loaded then aiming;; low In the Laijy i Gilbert Deering, valley below. Many an avalanche, .
brushwood he discharged: one of I she proved to be.' it Is asserted, has been caused by such ,k'
them, and ]laid the pistol at a short He the- nurse to whom a trifle as this. If Johann or Heln- -"-- -""
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rt I stance from the dead man's ';lIt- say \ given her, so the rich or Llugi; as his name happens tobe _
stretched right arm as t though It bad, ] It best to come to \ thinks It can be cYossed, he is apt '
) fallen from his hand, Then he turned be ", ] settlement. > Lady to unwind his call of rope and fasten e : The ..Berliner : 4 4f

:);i; nnd walked briskly buck to tho little "I dower, and young his followers to It, keeping; them nftepn -
inn. with I'C: for his life; but or twenty feet apart. Then he
A great deadly calm, had fallen : : -Glynn, or her son, tells each to tread In the footprints f Unpleasant Qualities on the Surface,
",. ; ) he makes, because It Is safe, and thus
-r+ \II\n Ijlm, There was "HO more danger They are great Admirable Ones Below. ,
'; rant peering, nothing to fear | I ; splendid diamonds the Journey proceeds. Should anyone
I from Ivfs vile projects: but he, LamI.A when happen to fall Into a crevasse-as the
bert, hall died, too ; ke had done that ]. !" the In lan great crevices In the snow and Ice Ey Robert Haven Schaufflor

" of which ive dreaded \being falsely ac Elsie really is stranger are termed-he cannot go far unlessby .. ... _
cused. lie f ad done with life and at not chance he should pull the othersIn "" _1. .:...
, least he had cared a venomous beast so END. afl'er hIm Many a life" bas been .. .
I HUN I speak of the Berliner I do not mean the highest
view saved this wise of
precaution
out of his da lng's path; nothing by rop .
stratum of Berlin society for the gentleman and the gentlewoman
now remained bjjt to efface himself. \break / ing, as the others can keep from ;
1 "None will ever, know the' exact, He aa. the poet or slipping, by driving their alpenstocks: are fairly constant types the world over. I mean
the person whom the clerk fresh from the provinces
truth, and my Jewe will always be/ ; it has required the firmlY. intothe snow thus overcoming W young
I lleve thg best of me; Ime .wlll'beal ness,. unknown' MS", the pull caused by the weight.ot sets about Imitating; She person whoso origin Is recognized wily
,2 j[ the moment he enters European cafe; the
up her wounds ny,'soon nougb: Ifb "A '-'NaUonale'td rev the fallen,man.-From Day Allen .. any person
bad loved life,* and enjoyed It'and "'T '') \ of cooked 'mustf- Wtlley'a "Alpine Guides! In St; Nicholas , whom 'the stranger'to"Berlin' has exclusive dealings
The Berliner Inclines to military standards In appear-;
s) dono..hls. best In his own rough; way, belief : apostrophizes as !
trim and. character,- much as official Berlin does. A
: and now he firmly believed ho t It smooth, determined?! china I glance, a right noble pose a. rapid'&.trifle, 'W
u doing his best still. No horror at his He compares "Its
Virginia Apples.: are all the mode An has recently been de rigueur and one
der
; own act thrilled him; he had but \ to a parasol, a
N. executed wild, j justice. have Its "struggle with The curse of this world Is that even notices with joy that even daUnt mermen on the Heydt bridge possess
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Imperial
Reaching the little' Inn he' called that Its relish with the muskmelon season is not eternal "string-beard. ?;
for his horse and asked for a glass ,fay and declares But what is heavy sorrow in other One of the Berliner's characteristics is his superiority He '
;, of ale. ple as compared lands becomes causes for gladness in has known the latest joke at least 10 years. Do not try to tell him anythingor

) "You'll have to ride sharp" said Of \ or artichokes. Virginia, for hard on the heels of the 'strike from him the least spark of enthusiasm for news Is no news I
I the .landlord, as Lambert' paid his man's exactly that of the retreating melon comes the luscious to him;, lie was born blase. His eleventh commandment Is, "Let not thyselfbe
, T>H1.. "I thought you wouldn't tie for ," but It Is pippin that has brought fame and bluffed" his life motto, "Nil admlrarl." (n conversation he Instinctively Interrupts "

,-- ,'hack' in time; that's what you artist Globe. wealth to so many counties of Vir each fresh subject to deliver the last word 'upon It, and to argue \
, gentlemen don't think of. We've lots and ginia. wltb him f Is tQ Insult him. There is something cutting In his speech. Perhaps

of 'em sketching; about Denham woods ing In Ethiopia. The apple crop is one of the most Voltaire's Influence on the great Frederick the critic !king, started this s
In summer-time." me of detecting Important of all Virginia's agricul- dreadful habit which seems to grow with. Indulgence. It Is' a curious coin., h
dread. and has cldence that the first performance of Goethe's "Faust" should have been
"Ah! few have done so complete a effective tural outputs. In the number pf ap-
) ltof work as I have," returned Laniliert of always catch- ple trees Virginia ranks seventh in given In Schloss Monbljou<< the home of tbe Hohenrollern museum, for It,
'11\\ grimly as he started at a quick their : priest Is called, and the Union; in bushels of trait raised would almost seem as though the Berliners had modelled! their dally speech ;
. J" trot. ] prayers sorceries fourth, and in barrels, of cider pro4uced after the caustic sneering telling style of the engaging villain In that drama. ,
? Ills horse was fresh and free, and than Is sent to sleep eighth. This proves that Vir- They/ have little humor, but much wit of the. barbed, barracks variety. And, M+'
did the distance to'Earlshall within ly to dream. The ginia Is'extraordinarily well adapted their target is'the universe "

-'--' '. the time allowed by his rider of la the criminal.. for Jhe cultivation of apples, since Its Because their unpleasant qualities are on the surface and their admirable
Meantime the first and uecond gave: sought or needed..i production in bushels is twice whatit ones are below( the Berliners do a grave Injustice to the rest of Ger.
i dressing bells rang In Denham House ful church is quite should have been from point of many. Many foreigners go first to the capital are repelled by the people
, but the master did not come in from rank. o. they first meet, and hasten on to France or Italy with the Idea that all ;

, the walk he had evidently prolonged.The dress \boy falls to dream In Frederick, County the apple crop Germans, have corrosive tongues and manners of a drill sergeant Whereas
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dinner hour was long past, and with to sleep again by this year it l is stated, will amount to there Is no wider difference In' temperament between the people of Naples t
Lady Frances grew uneasy. Deer- The until ho does, so $125,000. One orchard In Botetourt aoj( those of Warsaw than between the citizens of Munich and tbe citizens of t

Ing's valet was called, but could give sheen ; the affair in consisting of only forty acres, yields, "rlln-The Century. tl\

+. no explanation of his master's ab\ her ; Mall Gazette. $10,000 worth of fruit annually. ---- --
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sence. Night closed in while search eyed, \ What Is true of Botetourt Is, In the -
wag being made' and then a cold and un Owl. same proportion, true of such counties -

rigid figure that a few hours ago: cried of WllIIam port, as Albermarle, Nelson, Amherst, :
:was the lord and master of Denham ment and bruised in Rocklngharn, Shell... uli. Rappa-
was brought: reverently back, carried \ ) great horned owl hannock. Ilockbridgu and, Hounoke.< J What Shall We Do ,with J /

by the, gamekeepers; and gardeners,: while gunning Richmond Tlmea-DlsllatclJ I
and followed by the awestruck men I him Women ? .; \
_ who had assisted In the search. The I )' ; owl as It flew by 5OOOOOO l '
- revolver, which had apparently fallen of his \ Its wing. Not "There ii Hut One Hook." '

from his hand, was recognized by the I bird Heller When Sir Walter Scott lay dyinghe 1JMldb. Ey "Jiitiused. Teacher" ,s1 ..J'sc:{} >
valet as belonging to his master; indeed : It with a club. The .saidto his son-lu-law, Lockart
111 ? IIKN: / President Woodrow Wilson In his talk '.
before theSouPkeVn
he saw It In Its accustomed plac" ] measured near "Read to me' Read, to me' What
that very morning. Yet neither Lady less I : tip to tip pouncad shall I read" asked; Lockart 'How uoclety generalized on the logical nature of worn1'r 4
Frances or Weldon could( arept till \ ho was able to can ) ou ask'said the maker of W I en' minda be evidently was not acquainted with the arguments '
!; I / of the president of the ;Natlona,: i
Idea of suicide. He was so active.o I badly wounded. books. "There is but one Book [ society for the
full of schemes. BO Instinct with at "': I Spirit. now." L'I\education against woman suffrage. a aIn
father ; !' deploring the entrance of women Into the
life. But there was the Incontrovertible 1 In the multiplicity of books "of today Industries
fACt-DeerlnR of Denham .'.. Fnte. ; there is great langiM- that tho ,,, she thinks "the time has come when we must\ consider and +'

was no more, and Kertle his son (' 1 Colonel to the old one Hook will bo forgotten; ,, that consider. seriously, whether this movement has not gone far
r- reigned m his stenfl. lie you know what many will find when they concerto noinh." For the sake of the argument let Us decide to "v'
10 ': I threw out die that there; was truly] hut one agree with her, but let ua pretend tbat we want to be practical, though of

: Away by the beautiful shores of] from : morning?" worth while and that the;; have not course we realtydon't.. '
Lake Leman Elsie. Lambert enjoyed "It < I kotched learned It. Would this home-loving lady (who seems to have plenty of money to

a growing sense of security. With you it' hit de grouu', It Is said that L.utlier's'lo'. one' stay at home on) 'mind. telling us what she would have us do with the five ,
," Lady Oethln she grew In favor day by "11<:) en what whisky day grew weary of the Ion:;. psalm million working women we already have an our hands I mean are going ,i' i
"... day; her thoughtful softness her delight send throat splattered her husband was reading art said to have when we have decided they have gone far enough?. '
- In learning, and her delicious ter a drownded she had heard enough and, besides, Those whose. savings seem to make the venture safe might be put to '.
voice charmed the somewhat exlgeant was ; er Provl- she read a great deal for herself very bed and strapped down If they can't \be made to behave any other way. The
dowager. Again and again she have tell de tale! "- day and knew how to talk abort It, hundreds of thousands, of women whose husbands cannot support them might
vowed to herself that she would neverrest riage, too "Ah. Kate'' saId her huabitid, be klllod off in some humane manner. The women who have parents to support !t

till she had won back that dear fell, ) with a sigh, "this Is the way weiutl- could be disposed of In the same practical fashion, And the "bachelor ';1
( believe"evory word that good soul \ I : ) ne Rivet Is to be lest new books come and take jfti tie1 appltcatian of chloroform and alt would be ovftr, "wlth'-Bo one the'wors.;;;;,

Lambert says," was the general clivax again l years.. at a cost place, and 'the Scriptures be driven Only the widow Is left and .-.he-but she can usually dispose of herself 'nd,\: '
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Ik .Kissimmce( Valley Gazette. Mayor Murphy's Message. mnmmmwwmwmmjtmmmimimfmmmmmmn" f" " " ),, " !

On the front page of this paper will the tone '
f'. (1' be found the annual message of Mayor .Gray 'Plant Wood's'Seeds

PUBLISHED' EYERY FRIDAY. Murphy; which wa .read'to: the City KIee1MMEF'LILA. .
'' For The SeasonableGoods
M',1'i', Office in Valey] ..Gazette Building.KIS3UIMEE..OBCECH.A Council 'at its meetly on 'Tuesday

4' COUNTY. FLA. eight.' #. Garden & Farm. .
The message deals la most part with On'Lake Tohopekallga.r ::::: -
,' ' W, B. HARRIS, Editor ana Prop'r. neec "improvements .In 'our town, Hunting, Fishing Shooting, Thirty yean In business, witha .\\\NN\N\\\N\\\N\\N\N\N\\N\\\N\N\\N\N\\NN\\N.M. ' r -' a
Bathing, Golf.1 Tennis, Rogue-
,' atead increasing trade every 5 g;
-==co. particularly the grading and otherwise Cricket, Clods Golf Baseball, I year-until we have today one .' .
SUBSCRIPTION RATES! putting in proper condition certainstreetsand4he.bylldtn4ot Trap Shooting. of the largest businesses In seeds r '
+ "Age.opt.cn. .. ... _'..11 Terms* $2.80 to .50 per day, I rr
7miTrmrmi \ cement .fn.tbisoouatry-i6Webest 01I
OM_II'.ala ?......... ...... ..... 00 '*1 Stopper week, ;"'- -' - =
1 On*copy, moptJuh..) >*w.*..;......:..... 2G sewer In place of the open ditch OD the . I I evidence" as tothe -- .
rAn ntfVth side of"( Dakin avenue. These -. I Superior Quality .3
eomniunlcatloM. esoeplfrom our aut&pr recommendations will c'o doubt be en- Td Our friends: 5::::I'' :' . .................................. :::::
.Md eomepondenu.mu.t be.Uoied bl'thtl wnlsr. Come and tr 'a. meal at the of Wood's'Seeds. ..
Jtojeoted matte wW IKLbe upturned unleat acted Into law, by the Council at once, ::::: 3
meals COc 21
emltedfocEntered. .' hotel. Single ; S:: .
----1- AS they'are necessary to the .advance- meal ticket! 610 Rooms 91 per w. are headquarters for t=: AT _=
.t the Paetafnoe lit KUelmmee. Fla..M tent of the OILY. day '
eeondel.as___. mall matter .. A n.-ll rin.Ai.Tod'prtmnllnaent Is Paidthe Gran and Clover Seeds,
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\ -Seed PotatoeirSeed Oat
Society for LO-WPRiCE-S i.
Village improvement :
Friday H lUOn N CQW Peas.Sofa Beans antiall :
April ,, their work In c'eaning' the cemetery H. W. THURMAN. .

in the shaue of a reconamendatlon .P OPAIBTO F&rm Seeds. -- --

We often. wonder what U>e Tampa papers that the Council appropriate a. certain Wood's Descriptive Catalog E .

t will find to fill their columns with BUI4J each year fur the keeping of Hoaehllf the most useful and valuable of :-:::: ... -:::::
when that bridge over Hillaboro river 'Cemetery, the money Ao be expended : Osceola Garden and Farm seed (Catalog\' .
ll rebuilcieil. I under the direction of the chairman' County mailed free on request, E SEE OUR LINE OF ICfi CREAM ==

of' the t cemetery committee. and the T. W.,WOOD ft SONS E "FREEZERSHAMMOCKS., MOS,3. "
The Tall ahaasee correspondent of the V. I. S.X Abstract Company .

S Tampa Tribune says there was not a On the ouestlon of a water supplyfor i Seedsmen, Richmond Va. 5 QUITO NETS, WAT :CQOLERS ,

single pardon (granted at the laatMreet- fire protection, the Mayor recommends C. P. GARRETT'" Manager.Real -'- E- r : 'REFRIGERATORS; .ETC. .,

log of the board.. Guess Broward that Mief Council appoint a cum i ..:. .
,M pardonedall who were entitled to freedom ralttee of 'ItsVwn members to work. In estate --- ---

before he,went, out of office!', conjunction with a committee of taxpayers Tltfes examined and reported on ::::: :::::
.. Tuxes: paid for non-residents. Sprigg FlemingCLEANING -
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SOT thoroughly Instruments relating to real estate.
The many expressions of commendation Investigating the feasibility of installing drawnCorrespondence '

Village by our Improvement citizens upon Socletyln ihewpfkof cleaning the their a judgment system In'thl8'it would town seem, and practioa-if in carefully Solicited.; PRESSING i STDJlFOBDC8nSOJI 0 G 8YESI i iHARDWARE .

? up the cemetery<< should fully. repay -
thatatheJCounfilLjB.crll La._hooding.
the members for any trouble thej wereoccasioned election for that purpose The Ma10r'lava DR. J JOSEPHINE HHRPEHOSTEOPATH -, DYEING COMPANY.

in accompi I lnli'ng' the praiseworthy btroritf emphasis upon'tbe point REPAIRING -

K act that the grunting of Individual franchises ?iiiiil1111111111il1111111111111111111111111111111i1l111111 11111111111111
Is
for municipal Improvements
'fheJatest iBdustry to be added to
1. bad in practice apd bad for the tywn. word clothes'
Leave at
my honse-und!
the long list of our Mate's resources Graduate of the. S. S. 0. and : -
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and to pruve his contention. that uruniclpal will be called'ior end returned. Pro.r.sely Or..aa 'Orow. Ar. '
SCHNARR S INSECTICIDE
Is the making of out of Florida! ..
E paper ownership of public utilities Is Still College of Osteopathy. Spr.yt.a Th.lr Or..s. Gm" wits

pine. We have contended all along the best ownership,cites our electric Specialist in diseases ofV ,'nand RecaurieBcharr'. Inrteetldde In ..v ..Ufuao'to kill every White I Fly.. Larva,gcale nd I.UIebit
that there was nothing but what could br the apr.y. Can be imrd any time of year me'irr, *HIW THEE. ARK: IK BLOOM Fifty rents
Children Consultation and
light plant, which not only defrays its examination Satisfaction Guaranteed Fifty coats per galloB. Fitly.a: "o.. make :2.OOO >lloaa of (. Made
be grown and produced In this state. fl'1'oe.Monday ; perrallon: : :: .r.y.
own running expenses, but pays into;
Our contention is now fully substantiated. and Thucdavs. J. SCHNARR & CO.. .BU'.tur.ra.' ORLANDO, PLA.
(750 annually, besides -
_______ ____ thecity furnishing treasury street lights. for the Office a. Gravalnne Hotel, Klssimroee.PI Y

y The hard road bill proposed by the entire town. . ------ ---- '''--- -- --

Arcadia Board of Trade has about aft There are a few other recommendations DROPSY .
1 much the the C A. CARSON Pr..ld..t. N. C. BRYAN.S cr.try.
chance of being paused by of a minor nature but are In -. ASTHMA e

legislature as the proverbial snow ball line of progress, and there is no Uuubt PILES or :efeA:fT** E lllllSI S>aB.ai.aB.aB.aBl.aB.aB.aB.aB.a alaaaaMSajSB.aVBB- -SIISlBI'BIBIMSIRHSBIIIMMBMMMMIRMMIWSRISB aaH
bad of keening Intact when It landed but.Lhat the Council will take. favorable CANCERIn

fi In the place that bad men find themselves action on them without delay. form cured and prices rea- reerya arbrt brre.vrr yrrtbreW
any iot Para aew apply.Ir +blr
after passing out here. The message as a whole is typical of sonable. Address tested kept and orr pat up.na.et To.sores ran m R'rt.t.like ofpaw1 | Waters & Carson Grocery Co.

of the man who wrote it-biief, pointed, DR. JOHN T. PATTERSON. AtUatu. C*. bas . .. soy of..
at and most rpert rod pray.o
While some counties are walling for full of sound sense and the recommendations la lrerlea. It I.boar ad.antrearWfy - W1001.''.'. sad Bctall D.aUiwl.
ym. we will. tar rM sassywan. i
the legislature to pass a hard roads made in words that could Oat fa. sad .mad It...
Ries bD.
law Osceola is going right ahead not be misconstrued. There is .no unnecessary GROCE.RIES
F N. FRY & CO.,
building good, hard, first-class roads. verbiage no delicately D.a wI1 MI.ei i

of The best road material In the state' I. founded or obtuse sentences 00 aphorisms W." L. 7CTINN:

Dear Klssincmee In abundance, and and no poetical flights in the. COUNTY AGENTS FOR i
r both our town and county are using.. document. :Mayor Murphy tells his PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.

whole story standing on Mother Earth, RESIDENCE: : PHONB :n. KIBSIMHEE.OrricE : :, DR. LESLIE W. WEEDDN I v IIA tf I Celebrated Fertilizers CRATES
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legislature might just as well: not from a plnnacje that reaches above -, ---- -- I
submit a state prohibition amendment the clouds. Specialist--Eve. Ear GRAIN ETC.
.1.1V SIMPSON
; ,to the people and be done with the vex- It is a strong doouinent, a sensible Dlt. Naoa: and Throat....... i. ., ClrcBlara aid Prices
., ktlous It It that FKraUh.d o. Appllcatloa.
.-1. question. a question document and every recommendationit DRNTIST.: -- /TI
A wiltlieTer becetlled. until it is settled contains should be carried into effect Pnvata Hosoital.: American Nation i

i right, which tbe people of Florida will by the Council without the leaV, l'l>stulr" in Katz Building. \1 Bank Building, Tampa, .
proceed to do in short order_ If given opposition. t 9.a.. m. o 12 m. HIDES FURS WOOL
OFFICJ: ,HOt"Jts: Florida. ,
the opportunity. r 1.30: to 5.30 p. m. .
i Telephone No. 76 Jun 5. Ivr

, { Those papers that are printing long ,CA'RSON. .. J ::\i. WM. ,aON, JR., I Country Produce a S ];:IeOla.l'tY.u- _
/ W. W. D. D. S .
and loud, notices of Charles W. Elliot, :
t saying be represents true' Americanism '- 'DENTAL PARLORS- ., \ NOTAKY PUBLIC... / .." titiwM---- -- wt+11tiw1e

must not. forget that he Is tbell'PD' .. RIVERS; BUILDING -1. ) STATE AT' CAROB.-: : -' ,

tleman who stated. a few:years ago, J OVER. O6CEOLA PHARMACY. Red! Estate,Agent. \ ,' .}>

that "a workingman had *no j-lght'" to r''l" .'H U'RS))"8 TO 12. pans.,1TO5 : KIS IMMEE. F-LORIDA ,C' .- : Favorite Fertilizers ' : ? }'/M
li i .have aspirations, but should be content "" I 'fs. ___u _=:::......., : .;.
'r to labor all his days.1' f

{ rY Furnished house ready to move G. F. KKIBBS R. O. MEEK FOR CITRUS AND ALL OTHER CROPS.
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If Congressman Fitzgerald of New
York: who introduced in Congress a into; two-story, nine rooms good ATTORNBY-AT-LAW. Has for sale choice lands in every -0FERTILIZER' ---
b portion tif Florida adapted for farming
ilbjlUtute for Democratic LeaderClark's water and garden. Nice ]loca Office in the Court House-Kis- 01 the growing of fruits and vegetables / -
MATERIALS
measure to amend the House of every variety; also phosphate -
I rule., is a true Democrat, then we tion. simroee, Florida. limber and ranch lands.

;, don't know wbat Democracy means. With whom will assoclated in the' INSECTICIDESFOR '.
Exceptionally fine bargains In- orange -
lt Is Just suet as he who has been theca trial of causes the law firm of groves List your property with

.. of Democratic defeat for'the Masse & Warlow, of him; he can sell It, rent it and collect SALE BY-
twelve Orlando rents
past years. your
... J. M. LEE - KISSIMMEE
Agent for best Fire and Life Insurance :

I t! .''eoeialniDg'full!la.The, a Morning bright little proceedings New.six-column, Tallahassee of* folio each II I W. I V W JI DOZOR Z Kissiramee and Acmour's, Fertilizers- Florida. AGENT FOR .


4.,'. session of the Legislature is aIM Sanders Fertilizer Company. Jacksonville. Ra. i

welcome addition to our exchange: tae apllTOK.ly| ,I"r *
ble. The News .is published by the J. M. WILLSON JR. WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILL. _

j :Capital Publishing Company and is H.T overworked.. you iicKlx-led. your Kldn>.T HIT and
ably edited br that veteran newspaperman KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA. REAL ESTATEKISSIMMEE. causal you trouble with your rour nvtronp kldoejri and afotem bladderllisve 1 1lGe 1 eL':'! -4LNOTICE
you .Iualn 1010".side back groin ."dbl.dd.r
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T. J. Applejard assisted by his REAL ESTATE INSURANCE Hare yet a Gabby appearance of the
daughter Miss I Alice. I oe.Mpeelilly under the er.T Too frequentadesire i
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to p M>nrlnef If o. Williams' Kidney '
; FLORIDA 11111 cure you-Ai Oeoool.l'h.nnocr _
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If the members of the legislatures T. f Jft. RIVERS, //ft:, D. I I

to convince the people of Florida
s:' PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON I To reduce stock in order
to make for
room my summer
t that they are worthy of trust in the
Kissimmee Wagon Works stock of spring goods we will sell entire lot of
t passage of Rood and Just laws; they Office over Osceoli Pharmacy our Silk at ,

will repeal Lbe legalized peonage law, PHONES t I Residence 153 I "
prohibit the leasing of convicts cut In f Ontoe 148 OPPOSITE CHRISTIAN CHURCH. I One-Half Original Price.

1. ?,t bait the appropriation for higher education Under New Management, with Thorough Experience and Up-to-Date .
and double the amouqt allotted D A. VANS AGNEW, Blacksmith Wheelwright] and Horseshoer. .
the counties for common school purer : i Will sell Woolen Dress Goods at ACTUAL COST ORT

L .noses.: .. . . AU Kinds Blacksmith, Wheelwright Work and Horseshoeing w LESS for the next? 50 days ror Cash Only.
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Once mOl the bell that rang out thee I I AND NOAAHY PUBLIC: I 1 i a Specialty; -_- -- r,. =-

glad tiding In 1776 that henceforthand

forever ibis countrv would_ be free .......,.._. KISSIMMEE FLAPILESIrPIEBI ALL WORK GUARANTEED TOSATISFY.Solicit H. C. STANFORD COMPANY -

and independent is to be put on einibltlon. I .
this time in Seattle, Wash. PILES! Yo.r Trade a 0 JOHNSTON ,
f Wlllt.m.' Indian Pile Ointment will ours Will Treat Yo. Rla1ot. R, .
There being DO longer any freedom in Blind. Bleedtnlr and 'Itching vlirm It abaorhi
the tumor allay the Ttohing at onee. a<'\..' w .. ,
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r this country, we are at a loss to understand a poultice, dyne In.iant relief Wllllami "- -- -
,{ whir_the od bell is sent cavorting odlan Pile Ointment prepared for Pile" amItohlnor
of the private | around unless it be to remind us Oaoeola PharmioT. ton and<1 OUr i Bargains at Cash Store ONLY 1E-

poor devils of the independence we ,
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dtaatnh a Ah daa afk
White Lawn 40 in. wide. l5c per yard.

We read, the other day an article M. TILLER } Lace from 5c to 15c per yard. -_

Jn the Arcadia News wherein the editor I ptess Pants. $1.50 to $5.00 per pair. ,. Purest- Drugs
of that paper describes the scenes Real Estate, Agency. ''Pair Stripe Pants at $1.00.

:In a oon'lctcamp he visited. Beautiful \\\\\.NN\\\NNN\\\NN\NI TrunKs and Suit Cases at lowest prices.
I; '' Indeed was the pen picture the edi- = Picture Frames from 25c to $5.60 each. i i ..j
and sold.
Realty bought
;' tor painted of the life of ease and luxury : Crockery at the lowest prices. ,

the guests of .the state enjoy during Houses rented. Fancy Straw Hats,at cost. ARE SOLD BY -
their enforced confinement, stating Taxes paid and Titles ver- Best Shirts made for $1.00 each. '<
i ified for non-residents. i
that.tbe negro convicts retired to their Tinware at any old i price. I *_
,comfortable beds clad Jb glean, nice, , Fire, Life and Accident In.> The only place you can get the Beaver Brand Hat


Ir:.- S" '.:reputable white nightshirts.newspapers Bah gives; such us a rot dou-in .j surance.Indemnity PWifirirFTik Bonds. rKfTViPW Headquarters for the Best Shoes in Town. Osceola Pharmacy .

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The Klsslmmee Va lieu Gazette EASTER EGo DYES-Osceola Phar Mrs. PrtKStor of Forswh, Ga. wljo DAVID CLAUDE LEE[ DEAD[ The act presented by Miller and Col. IWo-jluNDRED-COelfS.
i I macy. 14-2t spent the winter here with her siater.Mr linn,is about-tba.-be4U-thi.nff--In f
_n - J.. H. Gilbert, left Tuesday for comedy line possible to witness. .It Is
4 TELEPHONE NO. 11. j. u. Reddlt.t... jeweler" abd watch TC- Mlcanopy Fla., where she will spend foremost a hit-quick, full of vim and action. !
inch 19tfPictures One of K Men County's Subsaipbon to the Valley
Palrer. a short: time with'relatives' before return The costumes are both splendid and

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAYBY mounted and framed at the lobome./ Passes Into Eternal Rest comical during the changes to different Gazette is Renewed. .
Home Store. characters. Many novel dances
On account of tbe meetings in progress David Claude Lee,'eentered into eternal and eccentric songs 'and sayings will There Is no better or cheaper mean y
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RASTER EGO DYES In all colors at at the Baptist church the con rest at bin home In this city! ,yesterday be given in this act.. It Is a sure of advertising any section than by a
W.OFFICIAL. HARAIS.n
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__ ___. . Osceola Pharmacy. 14-21 cert by the Klsstmmee Concert Band, morning. April 8th, at 5 o'clock. laugh producer. When you see who's general distribution of the local paper
'..n, n Latest styles In ladles' shirt waistsat advertised to be given on the 16th When that fact became known t.beret) here vou will laugh. The Miller\ for tt Is looked upon" at an index
.'' WEATHER REPORT. H. C. Stanford Co. inst., has been postponed to a date to was not a person In all this town or Brothers Introduce their great spectacular U the character of the people a* well I
be announced later. county but who bowed their head in novelty, which Is a whole al the business done In all branches
; week ending ThuraTHE
Averace. ttemfntun for The'lIome Store are 'agents. for the sorrow and submission and said unto show in Itself and worth more than of Industry. ,
prilll Williams of
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d. Leonard Lough-
White Star laundry._Phone 164. Mr. Him "Thy will be done." A full men the price of admission. The Jacksonville Six months ago the Count' CornI I
in few hours Monday.He
man was town a passed from earth when the spirit of Metropolis, in commenting upon missioner of this county, upon the request -
: Mu. MIn: I Ralof.a- For Sale-Settings of 15 Plymouth was on his way to Savannah and Claude Lee took its.flight to heaven, the Miller Brothers attraction has of the Board of Trade subscribed ,
Rock eggs for tl can be bad by callingup Atlanta to look after business matters there 16 jt>lo with those of his family' this to say "The Miller Brtltiiera' for two hundred copies of the Val-

en phone AD.. Gilbert. and will probably visit his old homeat gone before and to await the coming novelties were so pleasing to the patrons ley Gazette for the term'Of three

-{ 1'rkI.,. 74 61 ee! .1& Stove wood delivered in town at Cairo before-returning. of those heleft on earth. He was a I of Orpheum Park that on requestof months, the same to be sent to prospective r"'

.. w Seturda . . M 140 67 II.OO per strand. Squire J. F. Williams of Whlttler. loving husband a devoted brother, a many Deople they have been secured homeseelceers and investors In ;
Bundy..ond.,. M1 1WWednesday. IB-tCKissiMMEE LUMBER Co. spent a day or so in town this week. faithful friend a true Christian. There attain for next: week. It is one northern and western states and such ;
TuuaId.Y N1 M I lie states that the 'farmers haye was no case of want or distress passed of the best attractions that was ever a wonderful amount of rood resulted
.. .. $7 M WThurday 67 KUsUpmee\ was selected at the placeof planted more extensively 10' his section by or neglected by Claude Lee When featured in this city. The effects are therefrom that the subscription was

meeting' of the next Presbyterian thin spring than ever before, and sorrow entered a household in this amazing. renewed three months 'affo apd again 1
Presbytery of Florida October, 1U09. that crops are looking line. town, be was there to help bear the :Special prices; have been arranged at their meeting held on Monday, the. k
.. For tbs best fitting latest styles in grief and give, solace to the bereaved; fifteen and twentf-five cents 35 Commissioners) believing that such an

ladles' and children's footwear go tothe Henry Auitman left Wednesday when misfortune overtook one of our cents for reserved seats. expenditure of money was wise and
rar H old reliable shoe dealers-II. C. night to again try his fortune In the people he was there to lighten the judicious and that the circulation of :' .rE
Stanford Co. wild and woolly west. This time he burden; when; a poor and erring mor- this paper In the sections mentioned
LOCAL flELD.Wade l expects to locate on the plains of Art' tal was shunned by mankind and cast HART MEMORIAL CHAPTEROf would be power for rood in building
A game of baseball will be playedon zone and will, as formerly, be engaged out, be was there to give cheer and up and making nopulous our favored :!
> the local diamond Saturday be- in the ranching business. succor. He lived to do good !unto county.: T
tween 'the PlnecaBtle_team and Klsslnrmeets others to bring sunshine and happiness l. the American Womau's League The Valley Gazette takes this opportunity
----- """" second dine. > My office will hereafter be located Into the lives of all God's chrl- to thank the Commissioners
the floor of Fraternity. Hall Organized in This Gty. inn
second
on he lived to love not to hate he confidence they In it
I' LOST-8. & W. special .38, about 6- be I dren; ; the repose
Wade. the Tuner. Orlando. Inch barrel. leather case bright gun, and will 8 11 and open 1 to every 4. Saturday. I lived a Christian life he died a ChristIan The organization of the Hart Memo- the esteem in which they; hold It, and
Sours to
for 15, J. M. Wlllson Jr. a II tUe "rusty.' 115 regard If left at P. G. WHITE. death; he did right and lived right rial Chapter of the. American Woman's assures them that the management ;,!
Typewriter Miller's barber shoo. for His sake. He was a man whom all League under the auspices of Mrs. E. will do all In Its power to merit their '
New spring/ goods at BT. C. StanfordCo. Optician and Refracttonist. honored all respected all loved tie H Wllkerson brings another good full ap robation. This office is dally "

Easter services at the Sheriff Prevatt returned from Jacksonville was kind gent'e and brave, ever lend-I thing to Klssimmee. In receipt. of letter asking for sample

apply to M. church next Sunday MethOdhL\\ Wednesday afternoon haying ing a helping hand ever giving to the The Chapter was organized Tuesday copies of the Valley Gazette, and many y
Dwellings, for rent by the pastor and special m in custody B. F. Meager and J. A. needy and "1' every one unto whom I evening In The Oraystone parlor with. contain the statement. that tbe writer

Tiller.. choir and congregation.Get Mason who were wanted here on a he has done' a kindness would place representative people of t.heio-vn.' For saw a copy and was so Impressed with f5

I'i For Blcvcles, Shanlbarger Or your school supplies from the charge of gambling. Yesterday they one flower upon his grave the mound i I the present the officers "Ito: P'I S. B. the descriptions It contained of this '
I'l laodo. 9"6t- Klsslmmee Drug Company. were arraigned before County Judge would reach beyond the skies. Aultman. president; Mr& H. V.' Thur- section that. they, desired to learn more I

if.) sells kodaks and carry a. fun line and If they haven" Johnston, when they entered a plea of David Claude Lee was Qftv years of I man. vice-president; Mr. L. W. Wlnn, regarding; its advantages and oppor- ..
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;. Osceola.Pharmacy ..-14-Zt. what you-want, will i>rder_lt' for .vou. guilty and wertL1lned$.Ill each.topther .age at the time of his death and was secretary: Mm- H. C. Stanford, ', treas- lUnittes. Quite a number .of settler
T -supplies.- with the costs of the case. one 0'bve brothers ,"Dd-t.wo'aI8ter.,, ur*'" t have come to this section. all a result !e
fffl Don't forget tbe hats are reduced at R. T. Butler. has sold his barbershop three of his brothers having passed The utijcet In forming this organization of reading tbe .Valley Gazette. and If
: Mrs. Pllley's. and pool room fixtures and leased Mr. B R. Baum of Delphi, Ind., Into the sleep that'knows, no wakingbefore is to get a building which will this policy of the Commissioners) '1* !
Orlando his building to S.- E. Gardner; who representing E. W, Bowen A Co., purchaser they reached their fortieth year be an ornament to the. town !rind which continued for two\ years Osceola will
it Attorney T. F.Warlow of. will take charge of the business right of the famous Gardner'pasturelands -one in the. war between the states and can be used for charitable well AS rank in population with any Inland r

'was in town Tuesday. away. V _' has been here\ a few day going; two in Georgia He' came to Florida social purposes. The W. C. T. U. count in Florida:

'1 Buy" your Easter hat at Mrl.-PU Miss Elizabeth Reynolds; the popular over both the land and water routes From Georgia and settled in Klsslmmee will\ be a part. of the Chapter. will
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.I . )era.. .. n.aro reduced. . :. -, and efficient trained nurse who has to and, investigating the ao'll.aod" in 1880, and has Jived here continuously also theY.M..C' A.: The building, Services-at Baptist. Cburcb, ,
in attendance Mr:D. C. Lee other conditions. "surrounding ever lnce, He and his brothers{I will\ be furnished, music and b > Bartowf been upon
1 Mrs. C. El: Jones went to returned to her home in Orlando yes 'this One property. Mr. Uuum dldn t. were early in life forced to take up the. I will I*. a texture, and a lecture and The Baptists began a series of services a
:f Tuesday to visit relatives. terday.Mr. I give out anything for publication, but cares and enter the working world. In musical course, from 4>he best tulent at their: church last Sunday '
i Nunnally's candies fresh every weekat the land la now being surveyed out into which tbey all prospered amassing will come t.. 1(1 "lmme ', and memtiers The pastor has been conducting the 4
the Klssimmee Drug Co. C. C. Brown returned Wednea- small tracts, and there is every rea- sufficient. means to care well for those and their families will\ be entitled to services this week but he will be assisted -
j day from Alabama and will make Klsslmmee son to believe that developments dependent upon them. Claude Lee i hear these entertainments. free 'of all next week. by T. F. Galloway of
:i assortment of dress glog.i his home in future. He expects follow in short time.
Splendid will a was for fifteen )earl steward and trustee dues. Orlando. Mr. Calloway will arrive
hams at H. C. Stanford Co. to move 'his family bere In a The gentleman from Eau Gal lie of the Methodist. church in Kiisim- Klsslmmee wi'l be advertised from Monday afternoon and will\ preach ,

I Engineer Geo. E. Parker of Lakeland short time. Fla. stating that he was liluat.tlbedwltb mee and secretary of the. Sunday Maine to California as being. among from that time on to the close of this ,t 5j

was in town this week. LosT-Durio// the recent. meetings his health and accident policy school, and never once during that the founder's' Chapter, In Florida special series.
was at the Methodist church a round en- taken two years ago In another company time did be neglect to faithfully! and DeLand, Daytona Orlando and Winter Dr. W. W. Hamilton: of Atlanta,
Gainesville '
Mr., J. B. Padgett; of amelled gold brooch set with ama- has discovered the fact that the truly perform his-duties. At the time Park are amonatbe late organiza Ga., will be here next. Thur.day.April '

bere on business Wednesday. tblst. Return to Dr. Wlnn and receive old United States. Health-and Accident of his death he was a member of the tions. 15, and will preach at .the evening j

Mrs. C. W. Griffin visited reward. deals squarely' and fairly and asked Waters & Carson Grocery Company, The many features connected with hour. I
and
i Mr. Wednesday.Mr. for literature seems to see somethingIn a stockholder In the State Baok of this great movement will appeal to the The hour for: services) this week is '
relatives at windemere Messrs. W. L. Doll ive and Cha'. our policy that you do not find in Klsslmmee, a stockholder In tbe Kissimmee people of our town. An earnest desire 7:30 and the night meeting will -beat.

A. A. Loll went up to Jackson Rock two of Orlando leading business the contract of other companies. Tbe Lumber Company and an extensive - is exoressed that as many women of that boor next week. Announcement ,

Tllle on business Wednesday night. men were here Wednesday, having gentleman Is right.H. .. orange grower. There Is a the city as can Join will do so. as each concerning the day service wjll be {

hats at reduced prices'At come down in a brand new Mitchell B. LEAKE, State Manager. wife. brother(John M.Lee'of this city). individual member will be fully repaidfor made later. ,.
..\\1. 4. All\ trimmed during Easter week. touring car. Box 397. Orlando, Fla. and two sisters and a half sister In cent she puts In. The movement A hearty welcome will be extendedto

.! Mrs. Pilley's Mr. George Saunders and his sitter. Georgia left. to mourn his -departure.The will gladly be explained by any all\ who attend, and every'person in
',1 Ladles1 ready-made skirts In al1I. Miss Catherine who have been guestsat I /funeral services were held toda'i of those who have joined the Chapter., Klsstmmee4s Invited. "

styles and colors at. B. C. .Stanford the Park. Hotel for several weeks, Roll of Honor. at 2 p. m. in the. Methodist -

returned to their. home 10' Rhode Island The following pupils pf the Osceola | church be loved.so well and which he CITY OF FIVE THOUSAND I

I. Co.Mr W. B. Tally the Jacksonville this. week. High $8ohGoUiave) -been neither absent*! served so loner, a multitude\ of people Fraternity Opera House
Tues attending. The remains were laid to
here business
architect, was on nor tardy during the month ending r
D. Kidd will hold
The Rev'Da.ld in KosehlU\ aDd as they.
day. > service In St. John Episcopal April 2nd 1908, have made an av- rest lowered cemetery the everv head Will Be Kissimmee's-- Size in Three -_ .t
of 80 cent or more In their were xruve< J
y .*"Mrs. J." C. Griffin and children ofLoughman church on Sunday next. HolY Communion '. erase per was bowed and every oul Sent forth a Mr.
less Says GardnersMr.
this studies, with an average of hot Years
:; visited relatives here at 11 o'clock, Evening Prayerand Him for tbey knew that. the .
than 86 cent in any one subject
,, week. sermon at. 3:30.: and not per less than 95 per cent in de spiritof Claude Lee was on high W. GaMl'Dero' Denver.Col ; EXTRASpecial I

Wanted-To buy work horse. Apply Singer Sewing Machines and also portment.fimT blehsiDg those friends he left behind. who; has been visiting\ his parents, ."
LILLY, all\ --- - Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Gardner, left for
to J AS. W. Wheeler & Wilson's, and machine OIUD.I..le CareI_ AdaM t.i
Park Hotel. supplies for sale at the Home Store. Blnpaon Mattte Wb .Ur. Rube.2.ra.r... Resolutions of Respect.In his home on Tuesday. In speaking to -\t
iraoa Blamaor OraTaa. BlUa a representative of tbe Valley Gazette
Everybody can
1 Mr. M. O. Warms of Lakeland Is ieskprinstallments.machine. 8.... Abla* Prmtt. Tbalma WoodalL A .U>allnmaon. the providence of God. Brother regarding the changes in Klsslmmee Announcement '
afford to buy a
bere parents. Mr. and Panar Bowan. Ftoranoa UU1. Into L. E. Barbeau was so recently
here visiting Franklin. Margaret LM. Ralph! William. ArthurGardner. who since his visit here uf three years ago,
Mr*. Jno. M. Lee. Broadway presented somewhat of a Ralph Phillips. Ctell; Baia, WUlta. 0... bereft of his. wife, is again called upon Mr. Gardner said: .
W. Hill passed through metropolitan appearance on Wednesday SBOOMD Omioa Blanche Deria, Oraee Gilbert. to part. with a dear one in the death of "I have been coming to Klsslmmee', MONDAY APRIL .I 10 13' ,ij
Mrs. F. Norm Oriffln. Mary Slmrletan. Matu.8tanf.d.Mudnd .
1 town Saturday on her way frqm Nar- afternoon. Four handsome automobiles Van Dinar. Kd mr Bryan. Boy t air.Btrattoe his son Walton C.: Barbeau who died for sixteen years-was here last three TUESDAY ,
1.f were standing under the stately ) BlotT. Frank Bryan. .t his father's home March 30. years ago-and as a constant readerof '
coo_to Orlando. oaks in front of Katz's store; TMIB.D OBADB-kfamrat Stanford. Ruby Duke brother W. C. Barbeau was born In I the Valley Gazette my curiosity was '
I Chill Tonic. Guaranteed Oiuate WUn. Janle Martin,Charlie Baaard. BradleY Ontario Canada and had ENGAGEMENT OF THE
Us Plank'. Thorold aroused to observe the many improvements
Messrs.. C: C. Brown and W. S.Har, Harrla. Kay Mann, Earl Barber,Lee Bedford.Carliele .
Price 25 cents! Sold by all .well have. formed a copartnership in .....- Powell Our.Fournn reached the thirty-second year of his I and advantages that. had been Jlm'
druggists uin-8 business under the firm QIADB Louie Thom_ EddlaCampbrlC life. Us wa. a Mason of, high ! the real estate - .
I Lucia Knlcht. Lola JohMoo.
all around 1.1V
and bad Itfsteompleted i an I been
Mr. Tbbodore Bendrlcks of Green name ot Brown ic Harwell. They have firm UKADB-Ruth Baie, Meurina Dann. Myrtle -r per. Now that have privilegedto s
l DoilleAUord. the world trip in which be visited I visit here again and 'spend several
visit to his office In the Roberson build- >Uiar. Grace Wlnn. Celeata 11'
1 I. bere on a rented an
Cove Springs Thelma Dann. Soaie Bell. Ruby Whidden.Mattte the most prominent lodges of the East days in looking around, I am more Yandevile'Novelties .
R. G. Csnova. .... ... _
sister, Mrs. ing. Belie H. Annie N. .. MejcolmOveratreet. first that the mem Big
deluge Morriaon. Lewie Knlcht: Resolved, we, convinced than ever t.iat I am- not familiar
f Regular'meeting of the Christianand Judge G. F Parker was elected by Ralph Beerden.SIXTH bars of Orange Blossom Lodge No. with another town that looks to 1
Missionary AfUence at the Christian the Presbytery In .session at Winter GetD -Either Bjrrd. Roee O'Berry. 80. F. &: A. M., extend to the father have as bright a prospect as Klsslm: I f
church-next-Tuesday evening. Haven as a delegate to the General Ruby' Tr.lnorviDMurph Pmatt. Zelma Johnaon.. Ola Floyd. Laurence and brothers and to the wife and childof mee has, today, and I believe if the SONGS! DANCES AND \

I and complete Assembly of the Presbyterian church I I SBVKNTB GKAD-Eddie lanel. Nathan Bryan.Lwrenea the deceased our sympathy, and proper splri'- Is entered Into by' the
JUST RECEIVED-A new at which meets In Denver Colo., Mav <:...... Ndlaon. sawn Eleanor .._I.,.. commend them to the Father above business men that Klssimmee will be acl".o' WITTY SAYINGS I j
line of Kodaks and supplies Ella May GUI ort Gladys Johnaon. Helen Jonea.Irene Resolved second that..a copy of Inhabitants '
14.2t 20th-30lh. Milliard. Helen Oreratraet. Kmma: B.. five thousaqd bae.clt. 'U
i' Osceola Pharmacy. Roseada, Capt. Clay Nora WIlU...... .1, these resolutions be given to the family ., water sidewalks and property
.5 Regular monthly. meeting of the V. The steamer EIKHTH GmADB-Laxr Johnson Varnon Porter. I and to the Valley Gazette for publication Values will more than double within

;.--- I. S. at The Inn next Tuesday after- .J obnloo.from.brou groves bt up down 3$0 tbe boxes river of this oranges Alma NINTH Griffin.CBJLDB Incr-Inn Bucklee.Careon. Olive. Dejin. Co-' and that they be spread upon, the. next three .,ear.. Laughable Comedy, Fun and

urged to .. ..... the record of our lodge.
noon. All the member are Johnson states that he rln. Gilbert Mary Lee 011. .
Capt. '
attend. week. TBNTB GADS Irla Oliver.EurvurmGKADa . JAS. T. MITCHELL, New Telephone' Subscribers. Humor
-1 has a few more boxes of fruit to bplolZ'nut. -Annie Canto ...... MoaeTWM. J. L. OVEHSTBKZT,
Judge"'Gc F. Parker attendedthe trip. which will wind up the fruit H. FLEMING. Patrons! ;) of the Klsslmmee Telephone
w 61 f OaAOB Albert Putt_.Bart Bryan. MISS MAY COLLINS'! '
meeting of the-Florida Presbytery for this season.Klsslnomee Maud Alford. Co. are'requested to add to their list

fa* the Presbyterian cburch at Winter Ba-. Valley Gazette: Please Miller BrosVaudeville Novelties. the following name The Famous Animated German Girl a.
yen this. week. tell subscribers that the claims notice to Taxpayers.Notice 61. Aultman B. B., res. -
The Klssimmee Drug Co. receivedan coming your In and checks going out to our r This attraction is to be at the Fraternity 106. Bullock, S H., office.

kt ,. order for1 a package of medicine policyholders dally simply means that is hereby given that the. tax Opera Bouse commencing.Monday ,, 124. Beeland. E. S., res. MILLER BROS. GREAT ;
this week from John James, Blaenon the old U. S. Health and Accident books of Osceola county will\ close next and running two nights. 7. Bass 0. W., res.

t' Festlnlotr!, North' Wales, British Em- pay lie .claims, irrespective of class promptly on April 30th. All taxes not. This performance comes highly recommended 164. Garage. SPECTACULARINOVELTPRICES .
pire, which goes to show that the fame or condition. promptly on the. busts ol paid by that date will be subject'to the by the press and by managers 160. Loll A. A., res.
of Klsslmmee and Its prorl'881vemercbaD' cents on the dollar. usual penalties. throughout the country. It is 84. .MurpbYbT. M., res.
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M d 1* fast reaching to the remotestcorners 109 H. B. LEAKS, State Manager I. C. L. BANDY, unlike any other show and is full of 106. C., res. 15c 25c and 35c
of the globe.; Box 397' Orlando, Fla. Tax Collector. most ooyel. and startling lurprl .. E. 8. BEELAND, Manager. i ;


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Horse Racing In Japan. I' AN---ENGLISH Cf l1C. : ; I, ; - --
MESSAGED jO
GOVERNOR GILOHRIST The Japanese government will\ soon .

,t ask the Diet to appropriate a surKannountloif ''"i-1 ,''I( , ..,'' .... 'I", ..' '''''' WORTH j jMOUNTAINS'
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Improving .
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the breed of horses, .. .
Christ submitted his message. to the the ,publicity ct.: candidates'! primary i. .
Mr James Horton of San '
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legislature Under the head "Generul ClpNION " '
That all Constitutional amendnienlft Francl eo"wlto has just returned from #, .J < I :
Condition of tile wvauanaStates f1 :
States"aim rt
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; 1 Ttro condition of (Ihel .aui is I bo :udyorllsud for oneR onth, Toklo and.is now: staying 1 af the Plaza '' ; lY cfi LM+'sa trti ..', \ t

satisfactory. The >111st.. l'nlted States: Instead of tree, Inol1tbs.'e Hot/ This money. Mr. Hortoh\: explained ',' ." :;' .. .
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tcensus repOrt nio\\'u. that\ thAI I po;>ulaUou That the. Conalllutitm be amended will be divided among thirteen" ). ,\ '; ';'i .

has increased 35.S psi' cent tar /BO. at to pernjll jtho4 bonding!! .of dlfitii r'nyoe clubs. I''H', ... '.d'
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hlel'oase In oilier I ll "It'll. '. ., ., ,
greater than any :lit ''the-3oulily' Hoards', of Pit-bile -I In-the.. l7niUM.Stateft-conf.rnlng-raca' \ "'$:"""""" oo --- - _
state bla :01ltltlo'GIll. .
'except"cxit ;
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\ riqulred'to:' truck gamSllnK." said Mr. Horton: I '
., Idaho, YNanhlngloii, Texas and instiI1wi bo oslabltshIll '
Montana.Tlio -or lOre 1111th Schools olJl' 1liPlr% ""the new regulation for the control : .During i Change of Life :

Illitoiatuir the Slate are KKB 1''SI'I'CII: ) ounUu1'l. aid llijiC,lho Constitution "-of horse races Issued',by the Japanese ; ,

than In auy &tui e f.wu iOiilKltiiia to be 110.' anwlldltl to permit Cabinet may be of interest In the II I I t I I Mrs. Chas. Barclay ;:;
CJiirVltumiW :Ls lli other this bu11dl11g'o .t b 'iJTfioolx; \ !li 7 Ihssod1stilets. I says .
Virginia VvThaL first place, no one la to be permitted ,
States were 1101 made, They are de- a Oranlteville Vt "I
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ieaolutlon be to hold: horse races except racing paasinthrough ..
a concurrent I
r creasing! (greater I'nt.Ihlill Il'uh- tlieCTianireof LlfbundauJTered -
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The! Slate ('c'tiMis 1t"j..1; Knows Ibo 1 n-H-nibyr-H of (roiiffic frDni\ I hi., "Slate' the Civil Code: Moreover horse races< I t +1, other annoyingflynijitMHiM "'

.. cloiuli rut .' In iln- sun"Mo be 66 to to Iflke suitable .11<'11"11 i Itmaid" 'having' can be ''held Only twice a year by each I v "lltjI< ----.-:
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,each 1UJU lnbe. n-feisli'atlou t uieuuf llf'' Sl.'lle: I ll\di\' >niiiineu niTi I \ \ iUfS wncruhu -club, and tho number of days for I }.,,, i't run truly nv that .

,r' (ChI ljnli'l| 414&It'e< i ipi>UHenllng the < .. Flderul l Covei'nineiili"' linn InNiii-d laudWt11"fT141it each meet Is limited to four.:0: 4- h S t ; 1'zl ,P' ""i.--I : "; J.ydiHK.riiiklianVs"N'pRctablr:
k : kNew: ; Jill; PnI-I tot' ante ot: ok'ei How t
New Kngland Stulescw., )m horned! unclean! for horse breeding purposes t'om- .'
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Jersey. will 1 permitted( to run in theraces I I .1 pound proved
It j is 178. / Idu I' moiinUUiiH
That I the 1ccnut nu'tda Ions of the A11 matters relating to the o'M lam"of
I < i.
Wt an now produclnu III 0 J't.. tlintouohalf \ Auld to me, alit .
of I the nhoHiihjite of I IheI Adjiilanl (jitii'iii" I be udopti' !. The maintenance< of order and 1 public morale . restored inv health .

Culled; mules, mid; mote,' bun I one Adjiiljnl, Jim-ill/ ; 'OIIIIIH"d"' en- will be in.. the hands of the local ;a iijul stlength. I

third uf the iilKMphuti* of Ihe uoilil'Ve I,I'', "'11/)1)I 1111 P tit, i II l Hie' I MilKitile j I Inl.iul: ry.Siale author) es. .://l!. f 11y(rf'H/olI.ttotl'lI./ 0
1"1 ill.,. I 1"11/11" impel II lbn. K'nteIlU I '
.
\ un piodlit'lUKmnic'Iliau c ill hull 'The Japanese lire strong for'lawand .. my friends what
of I he navtil t.1 dies of tin L, nli d u'am t ID) be. sent to |.uilii('Ipaie order: and it Is safe to nay that) b 0, i,vtlialh:. rinkh.un'HC'runpotiiia .

Btuien Vie are/ |plcoulldlalllup) i-uil.. III 111. iiHll'JlJliI inutchuiflh.lt YI'wtnbJ : ) bas' done for nro
disorderly
a 'liioii' llb<'ml libel l.iw bo any club that permits parsons thin .'
during 1'1",1.
ration" and lnc.it' UMIIH iv.uK.: lu iir.ilCUlllllC. trying 1 'omj.letd!
; holI'uli, UI"lIufa'IIII'IItI IHlh..t. 1 to. attend Its races will soon lose leatoi.ition to health menus An iniicltto

I and In INhfric'M : In iii.nln, In iuinnieuc. That full |lutes, "! I Le !ghee to cininU Ita 1j'l'nse.ew York Telegram. n1l' that for the sake of ithor miller I .

In hjRlent I ,, III'' ...IU.'lItjoll, lulinking. 's 10 ushs 'InxeH: for Koucls/ -- -- ----. log woml'lI I am willing I to make my

In ,ii.niiipoi' iiulon nliglou. Thai Uu'i law lot the control: of c 1 r ;.'.; r :l "t33 tdd 'wn ,A+
]>olltics/ anil liuiau: Jn the )JJ't'llw"tJ' Ih and Infi'i! lloim-MUKeaneH In the this letter"( -Alas. ('HAS. AUHLAY

of the Held, f.ii'111, for Jit and llicsldcRecommendatioaa 1 -. Stale should l I be HO anIPadcd-that( : the.' Boy' at Least Had Combination homey ?WJv Pa t It. K. 1).,Cr.uitpvlllt! >. Vt. .
Hand of llmillli .t-lmll have full anlujitly where Near Xo other medicine of /the Governor. Right.
lo .IT"'I t In until malm..1'1>1 has received Biich v lilo-spjend'! mid 1111-
I The <;O\CIMOI. lid his mi.8B.iKo'makes nuv S""III bi si lo Iht- lull i'e:.I tk of the Donald, had returned from ay Islt W p qualilled eiKlorsmii-tit. 5\0 oftu-r, ined-

iliu tolionlyK\ I- J i"tt'ummeiiuat r-Ili/i'' \\\-t\ niaiuiti/ mi'in nl all Infit,lions to tho country, and was full or rem- iI Y y 9cinee! know of li:is HU\'It n rejonl" .

I .. ;awl "'oninKl; 'TimrnCTr DT>""]pirS i'tt-w111'1'l1Jy-lIV-' on h"1) i .puludlrall} cu In (fpidemlfn had interested him "I Pinkham'H VGlPlnblo l ( 'omi>ouii f del 1llele tuuiiiwll ip/pt a boy + For t lli.in M It Imi been
peals i(jiii. jji n" i'\ :late : v"'h vt more : ) years

t simplified) 'I/, tin llouicl of Health accept mamma he Eald "that had the fjueiT- . ., de_,, ? ? ?AYta N t r'dYli'tt tvn.dol ruling fom.ile ooiuplaints such ,13
That InHpetloia ol' Lure Food )hli I Ihr pi ope' ''My' otlr/ Knnia nt ;Nurcocm-; est name I over hoapri. lle said his m. inll.ininiatlon. iikeration local ,, eaknessoH -

i apedteed Muffs\ mid, lei'lill/eis unl folk found It In Jfc Old Testament., Hliold tmn< >rs, inI'Kulnrities,
"M\. \\hlh ban( Uecn donated, In fee 1 <
i \ not
Editor:: My dear sir we ciin't publish staff like thlx Wh1'; s .
t4i vice VCIHII. and t luil Ishfi IffH ninl<1 un :S. It peiioilic: |pates, backache\ lutligr i\ Ktioii. ,
stables lie autlt"1l1" t lu' draw 'snui' ,- of . n/to/ I Poet Ah, lace sonicthlnK/ wrong with tin111) / 'trr The Sketch linernailed tar 'afr'inOml'll Kill' '
( ly
pies and scud tli<'; Stale ClicmlitThat t. ) *
njaie/ ; 11"n'II'eA', ( of an engineer. ; I've forgotten Just now which .. .
the foirow tjf ruiuiunitndutlonu as itijuliNl Thai the Illle of Stale But It the other." -New \';"Hld.'ntor- *. ;;; Uhie.tly in--('hande'r. through HIP |M.rlutlof change of life'
was ono or | tnn I I \ ot(-r"< It rusts I lint little to try l.vli.-i F..
of Hit' Kalhuiid l Commission 1 lx> Homl I of 1I"lIlth" be chanted to "I! ),',
"P.it, Donald" said his mother! Senor Obalflla -: even }>j k h"m'M Veg,'tnble ('oniimnul 1!
,,. adoptedA) : valid law luuulling m paruie paiim<'nt of Health of Kl,iriclu.. to Don Jose Domingo do I When. IH: r>ecnnloiiallhnppi/ ) ns II / and
pu-nHcMigei c-oaiheii foi v\Jiltu KulULi with the, haiiitt/ of title ef "there Is no such snys.it is worth moW

and Negro 1 pasBfiigei." "A law cwt StaU Health OOlcei lo "Coiu-rnls-' William or William Father In the of the H'puhllclJr'Fallanla to succeed I I Is n debate. In the Chanibei! .. on n subject taints of gold' to sulteringOIUVIL

powering Iho Coinuilaslonei to proscribe abhor ok-lealtli"( s Old Testionent! 'Preaident. Amador, was ulIllI I I: which 1 Is nut of popular interesta

Jolnl tales .fui' luIlioudN und That t two Internes" or cIiJ) 'Kal asala I "Are you sure mamma?" lately Minister from Panama to the. curious phenomena occurs There CLA881FIED ADVERTI8EMENTB?

Y' walt catileiH' "A law making! pets' tans who. arty giaduute/ < \ physician, "I certainly nm, dear. 1 have readIt United States, having been appointeday will lie six ejr eluht Deputies In the =-- ,

allies imposed u}' the COIUIII .I"lolI"I'1I be employed' at .I the Florida' Hospitalfor through several times William Is Chaniljct\ nnd on looking over the LADY AsNTa N'ANTLD. 4
,liens on ttu' present. of the taiiici'. -
the Insane. a comparatively modern name. ItIcn'l 0I Journal/ OHlrliM It will \be fount) that "\\T AN!'F'I 1'- I.a.h' mroiit. In all i>arU uf the
s until they are jiaicl. ui until they arc That fief April 1 1. 1901. them 1 I'tilttf* MaU H t,, advrrtlst' sad, srll"RIIN
determined In fmor of I he earlier shall be appointed n \lsllliix' blnlT' rl1, i ithe anywhere In the Bible""Well 5GOnten have been I'tordedThis k *'row.. $I...keus" w wenrrr. ." ..> That law bo uuthui but oh I remember nowNexcla..med "'''-11.11,1 mi'an that astral A(1 lr "*Mhi
a unacted I/lug ,
Florida Hospital" for the IIIHUIIO, Ads. < MOW 4r.N'ka. 1'<> :NrwtoA. :N. Chas .
the Hoard of Pardons to I parole> prla lo consist cif not more than seven .reputable DoniM "It was nildad!" bodloH him app<'.tred and droppedtheir 1 '
oners upon such leans us In Ihcii Floilda physicians, each of r-Youth's Companion. \otltiK pellets In the urns. but 1'.1'1. peace] i'om,'" only after one

judgment may scene i best! An an In whom shall be an expert In Hie Hporial that the f<'w' \Deputies present I had wrtallPd i I with and been o\i< i onitj

't d centlve to good behavior, limo allow. Held for which he Is pointed] The Mussel' Industry I voted for tin absent\ members of by !the 1I(1lrll.( ---

auce Is now mad*, The membeiH' of the Visiting Staff Government Agent J, F Boepplewho their party A motion hall been set

That a law be passed b>' which the shall setve Villlrout pay, but their has been making a complete tour afoot to put a stop to this abuse, for as\lionsGuaran'ee _

County Commissioners shall stipulate iM'ling'/ expenses and .entertainment In search of specimens of musselsto ] it has given!; ('uus," for so many dls- .Iion l'LI"IIt1I\\lxpntS'a' a RuMnea,.
t In their lease such conditions as may while at the Hospital, will be defrayed be shipped Washington says I the l last thirt that OV5l\\1IIhan oTgkt4rpphyfoerst\
pukes for thirty Yl'nrs ,
.*e preicrtliud by the Commlsslouer II I T ,
1 by the' State.That that the mussel shell industry Is groW' II I members of lhe Challlh\\>r think thatIt
"Of Agriculture, upon the adTlce and at lenKt $;;.000 or more be ap.IH'OIJ'lul.d. II I GaQla\ \nl'eo1\r\
recommendation of the Gourd of Com' lo h,' used by the Commissioner ing along .all rivers and Interest In it I Is time I that noote shall tu' valid

-I--*,' 'jnlssloners of Slate liiHtllutlona The of Agriculture for advertising is being manifested In all sections of II unless a Depntj\ la there to vote himself 6ugtnt:tndrrstftvHt. _

.failure upon the part of the County Ihe rei.omcCH of the stale the country Tlhe imis ol Is becomIng Paris Correspondence, London \111ocott.6alxgta'

I Commls8loners lo enforce such rules That an At; )he passed by which so scarce he says that the I Kxpress "Green Old Age."
and regulations to be cause for removal the charters of towns and cities can era streams have about given nortb-I t :Ita."
"Say.
1 at the dUeretlon of t the Uovernor be amended b)' the councils of the has Trlcplione l SUPI>ort..r.
Congress
they contain ."Don't call me ma Say mother.
/ Parlous towns and "titles the same to An exceedingly useful and practical -
l That a law be passed authorizing ,, bc submitted lo the qualified electors priated $5,000 to Investigate the mussel telephone supporter for I>IIlness'uso What Is If""What's '
the Governor with the advice of outlook and another appropriation
the .a.. a leferendillllThat Massachusetts a green old age""When
has been designed by a -
''I ..1ioard of CommlHuloneia of State in an effective law be an acted of $25,000 has been made to establish Instead! of the I a man who Is bald sal
placing
man. apparatus
1 :jititutlons to dlapoBu of any or all prohibit ng corrupt practices concerning a hatdhery.ln order that there will wrinkled and tottering marries :I-
< the of the desk is
at side as
1 Umber growing in navigable waters or In opposition to, or In support be ahaHs to supply the demand for Is i young' woman who wouldn't look at
the State usually done It supported a
la of laws or pending legislation, or In manufacture of 'buttGI1.'fr.: If be didn't bays 45
the film second time
of a
That appropriation be made for expenses :. opposition to or In of claims bracket on the top the desk/j
support the fatherof ) PQhIN60 O& // *
termed JJLiYO..e J
be
Boopple might + lota -money the la4y-replledraat--r - --
of calling out State Troupe against the State; and providing pen- Whether sitting or standing th<. neer
I That the Drainage Tax: of five cents allies for the violation of such law the great mussel shell! button Industry ing a stealthy glance at. her husband "

; an acre, be reduced to three cents an That an Act be passed making lobr Of the United States He came at the creation of the republic In Li 'rI IaST1 who was busy reading the stock quo

More bylng unlawful by employes of the to this country a. number of years ago 1903. He Is a pallye of Panama, tations. "It may be said that he has

1 That section \624 ot the General legislature, Senate or House, or for from,, Germany, Vhere toe, operated a sixty-three years old, and was In Bogota ::P0 Sl'r oHi lived to a green. old c.."-Chicago

r Statues be amended so as not 'to any other officer,' clerk secretary at. button factory, and eatatollslied America' and In the United States until I RecordHerald.RHEUMATISM.

apply to any' drainage'district.. This tache/or, ., employe of either' the Senate l Bret factory, it being located la his twenty-fourth year,' wbc ..he returned : !r ,
aulhorlze.*'-- he of ,
section '
purchase
or the House of Representatives ; I
Iow.-or&yvllk: Independent:, to Panama and became -connected --
rr certain lands at -twenty.ti ve cents an or of any committee'> either.bouse """ ,J, '
with the business
large- Interests
l1N acre to act a, legislative counsel agent, AS PICTURED. -
,1 That money tram the Slate Health or Iobbjl3t, for any person firm or Tom-So this Is Miss Peacbly'aphotograph of his father. Senor Obaldla' Is )

y, Fund and money received from the (corporation or association of whatever ts It? Why, she Is prettier one of the largest stock raisers in ,

j ," lease of convicts be diverted to meet character or to attempt person used to be. Central America and exports horses :
than sb.
el the deficiency In the Confederate Pen ally or directly or l Indirectly or by cattle and mules. He was Governorof cSKCOnvD-'
to that pIcture
sion Fund. any means whatever to influence any Jack-Yes: according Panama when It belonged to Col- t I

f, That a committee be appointed to member of the legislature to support she is prettier than she ever ombia and is a conservative in poll- I 'r0,3x1'tOH.

I; examine Into the conditions at the or oppose or to vote for or against was-or Is:Boston Post. tics \ !

Confederate Veterans' Home with a any measure or claim, pending be- -- Senor Obaldla defeated PresidentAmador's ,
v Tiew of determining the amount of fore the legislature.That The Slmpte" -Life, candidate for President
d money necessary to appropriate to the anniversary ,
February 12th Paa.er.Dy-gee here you are the
make the veterans them comforta- Secretary Arias. Obaldla was Amador's -
; of the birth of Abraham Lincoln man who struck me for a dime threeda.s .
'; bee be declared a legal holiday. choice until when acting as
.That the following Constitutional That the Constitutionality of the eogo. President In the absence of Amador
e< amendment be Begigar-"Yes, sir; but do That
policies
passed : a Drainage Tax .on land held by the estrangedhis
'Board consisting of the Governor, Trustees of, the Internal ImprovementFund tan't keep me expenses any lowerthan chief.

l Attorney General and Secretary ot be settled 3 1-3 cents a day."- 'Baltimoreajnerlcan. t I want every chronic rheumatic to throw y

Slate, be authorized to revieeC' That a law be enacted specifically An. Eyeless Eden! can always swing the 'phone to the away all medicine, all liniments, all
; the present Constitution by 1n'aerting.In authorizing the State; .Hoard of Education : of ptlittt, mid live MUNXON'H RHKUMATI8M ,
One the odd sights cf the city most desired. He does not .
position REMEDY
a trial. No matter what
> EASY MARKS.
, the body of the same to invest the common school J.j f
-i may be seep each school morningover have to change his position. If he :your Doctor\ may say, no matter what
the amendments which have "Wbat Is nation of
already funds In such county bonds and under we want a :your friends may 0"', no matter bow
t, 'teen pasted and which may pass at such restrictions as may be marksmen" on East Fifteenth street. There desires to talk while standing the treJodlredtoo may be afnlnit all adrer-

/ the, next general election. Those deemed advisable. "Some "would prefer a nation of you may find a building with about phone-can be reached as conveniently cl.t sod >et .. fm bottle at ones to our HHEUMAIhSM dmc--

jdf:amendment to be substituted In the That"Sections 652 to 660 of the Gen aiarks."-Kansas City Journal.! 1600 occupants tad not a single woman I as when sitting at the .desk. With HEMRDY': If It falthe glre aatlajfaotloa -
rjfboty Of the Constitution, "and to take eral Statues relating to the public among them. It is Stuyvesant; the ordinary bracket the 'phone la always ,I will refund yonr D/oD.-Ma/llJ'eo/

&, 'the place of such sections or articles I printing; of the State be amended 'oas High School. From clerk to .principal on the same level. --Washington Remember acid. no this opium remedy cocaine. contalni morphine no aaltcrlle or-

jf>. .as' may be or may have been amena- to permit the Board of Commissioners BIwrKIC'e TRICK every position is filled by men. Star. other harmful' dmaa. It"I"'Jl' : tip under .

yed:i .\ ., This to be known as the "Con- of the State: Institutions after list tt an Came omtHow Right and when they are all assembled the guarantee of tbe and Drug

rstltutlon, as amended In 1910" or to advertising to let by contract the with their' 1500 boys In the? auditor- The holy city of Medina has been Act.For ale lir all druggl'ta. Price. 2Sc:

,1s'', be' designated in any other manner, work, as seems best to the Board. a sister played a trick that ium the- absence of shirt waists and Invaded by the railroad and the tomb -
as the* Legislature may see proper.' Under the present law the work is I Dffil.EOV)
TUB UNINSTRUCTED=
s '' e e brought rosy health to a coffee Bend hair Ribbons Is'as Impressive as it Is of Mohamet is now illuminated bj' \
Constitutional amendment'relating requited to be let to one firm or cor TIONPrlxjjja = ,
It an Interesting tale: plcuous.-New York Times. electricity, I
,.,./, to one mill school tax: for poration. __ _'_____m_ __H _ smiled /-coyly.
ff High Schools and Rural Graded That $500 to $1,000 be annually appropriated I wasI coffee 1eD4- trembling. /
Schools.a, The' Supreme to assist In the publication nervous, physical .wreck yet clingingto ON Tl-ir ROAD. I "Are you Instructed fpr'MIlM Stan-

t Court bas decided the Acts of 1907, of the proceedings of the Florida Horticulture the poison that stole away my dish or merely told to use every honorable -

appropriating in the aggregate J1C3-:;; Society strength. 1 mocked 'at Pcwtnm and - means?" i

P t'< ,,000.00 for each-of the years 1907 and That Section 2919 General Statutes would bar none of It. :y- Herewith history began to maker

,_9909$, for encouraging High Schools. be amended so as to allow common One day my slater substituted a cap New York Sun.

lead| for encouraging average dally at- came, through their proper of piping hot Postum for my morning
kr '{tendance, to be unconstitutional The officers, to exchange "passes or tickets me'what
of oo&_ but did not tell
'JI..ase of a constitutional amend with other railroad companies, for cup
.:;t ment Is'recommended authorizing the (their officials and employee" and I It was I noticed the richnessof C

., f.; levy of a one mill tax:, to be expendt4 tluir families; to give reduced ratesor it and remarked that the coffee lb

',ed for the benefit of High Schools free passes to Intending Bottlers; tast d fine but my sister did not tell r'a

) and Rural Graded Schools througli to exchangetrnnnportailon/ for adver- me I was drinking Postum for fear., 1
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.out the State aa the Leglnlature may tl-iPinenlB !In newspapers ; ., to permit might not take any more.

I !II i ,direct A one mill tax will result In railroad. companies and steamboat .Bh. Opt the secret and kept giving .-

y <4150.00O to $155.000. The total assessed and sleainHhlp companies| to exchange me Postam Instead of coffee if ha.e you chlldr..uff.rrmm.. or Pit.frUnda, yalltn.tbat :,:a....mj. ap..m.rte'. DU-or .

valuation of all the property transportation" Editors do much free until tireless c-or.rr will nllern Thom' and all you Sri .*,.... u .
I grew stronger, more do la .ead VKKk
to for 'Hottl. of
tor 1908 was 159,390.230, adveitUiiig and aid much
Though in
developing better In sallow cheeks Dr. M.,'. Epileptic: C. ..
got a color my r
all is not collected for each\ particu- the, country The securing\ one It haa onrpd 'bou....... whore v irythlQa: ..I..
and a clearness to my ayes, then she fatled. Itaat tn. with d4.euon..
t lar year, yet the annual redemptions good active pettier on a railroad, line Ouarantra.1 by X'P'TundIrtS
Mar: MadliaJ ;
1 "sand sales for previous. unpaid taxes would be of store benefit to the railroad told me of the sJth-glvlng. nerre- National Yowl sod, KriiaA.t,Lalonhry Jun. ash lark esar. .
life-saver she had given lair: No URKI. rlea.e KIT.' AGa..d full .d_
will partially offset the unpaid taxes:. tompaii than a jeai'u, transportation strengthening Dll. W, il. MAYW
1 each particular! jear.jThat m. In place of my: morning code i I A4H! P..rl $lr..t. Kew' V erk (;It..

I' there be Axed a suitable lax That a :Memorial to Congress hopoaied From that Urn I became a dUclple

on Pullman cars, to be collected by uiglng Ihe passing of the Naval of Postman and' no words can do Justice ASN. NMdlI \\\.1, \i- .---
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k f the Comptroller, and to be distributedO \ Stores Hill now pending/ In tailing the good this cereal, S/flo.- \. .

..'the law may direct Thai the Conntltutton be so amended drink 414 .... I will not try to tell It. '

f'' That telegraph companies be placed that the Governor cannot bo elected for only alter having need It can one SHAFTING, PULLEYS:: BELTS', .

t under the Operation of I the Railroad Congressman or United States be eonrlnoed Its merit.- LOMBAfa) IRON WORKS. AUGUSTA. BL .
i :Commission, Senator during his term of oRitar- Ten days' trial shows Postum"power "'Z.

1J'bat: there be a thorough revision That a law be enacted which to rebuild what coffee bas destroyed. .

+' lot the license taxes would place criminally Insane peopleIn "There Reason. lraa
a
., ,That a graduated inheritance tax an a,,yltim for life Drops k
tbe little .
Look In-pkgs. for famous
i t>e authorized That" utmost economy br used as Agent-Say, old man, I'd like to have you take a look at ttfis com M1 .

-* That the licenae tax of the ExpreintCompanies Ihe excess of appropriations\ over book. "The Road to Wellville"Ever plete, up-to-date encyclopedia I have here" It_ .u nnltlag I. .to ss'

#' be like that of the Insur revenue, is $489.612.23. and the accrued read. the above letter A new Uncle Josh-"Wa-al.-I reckon 'twouldn't do ye BO good I.aln't much days i cflecta a pcmancot ear
-I ?"Lance Companies a .certain-per cent deficits, 11700000. Total excluslre one from time to time. They la tote 60 day.. Trial treatment
appears of a hand at bnyln' newfangled contraptions, and I don't s'poae I could ride iliven frett.Not ltlDIC&D be taUu ,;.
"oo-,.7..their. gross earningtt. of pensions 60661223. eT .5.geasl>.pe, true and full of bnnuuslatorcsfc. the dunned thing It I had U."Judge.. 1 Write Dr.H. M."reWs Seas.Spielallatsf .
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by ]Learning the C ,Theatre tor th'r 'ot
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d : tie. numerous natural. prod. paint peels or craekk, 'of otherwise I
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% uctsj! abounding in .Mexlco the.tapote necessitates. premature re-jalntlngT WhlttlD oo. Tie ceremonywas '

tree stands pre-eminent, its gum and, Well.,, sometimes j It hasn't been' pertortn:: : d\ln the presence of Hay\e \\ .overcome*

wood during many decades haYIng properly applied-the the principal members of the conaptxiy .
I surface being| ty ro wnsneoxX&wtiJtOtoaVaxaXwe. \ ,
armed source of wealth to a large damp or .there being too jauch tur- ,; the truatfies "f the.,Da4d.lyfumdan44.adInmbsnb.ru I Save Shaving MoneyHtre's

"1111 In 1Rf't! n fVldll liJ"l1 ol'a- tafli or toor-ranenrarier: .-. .- ---Q--the> t \\a OM.t\\ \U.i\ --.-, ..- ..-.u_.: _____ ) ,- ....

- tions, native and foreign: which) have But, nine times' .out *of tan. the management) by: Mr. HUOT Nlcholls.as .tm & Sytwp cjFilftxvr : UUiiJ'LLMiJ.LJ4ih&Ii&1 a revfiuiIOift Bafety 'f ,
obtained trol; the State government trouble 14 caused by adulterated master ot the fund, whoscxplaJned )I. I !'J I Risers tbe "marvelous'ShrpShavr"

I proprietary rights 'or concessions to white lead ,its origin. In the year 1794 one Rob- <$Saitwon ud.CTcJAcs\ wfete JJra jefcjkrdbs 1.lt.
, extract: chicle To avoid) all guch"trouble f4 : 25cSaf Razor
gum. every ert fcaddeloy. a comedian ofythat \ &oi\Yy so\\*&au\s\anu\o wdturaJbe .. ety,
The \vcfcd of the zapole' tree Is dark jhouseowner should know in ,a general theatrewho WM one of the orlgVo l -c4.4U7-LLt. I Ii,

Jiurpllali, jW. _and"although exceedIngly .,i._ way. when a surface la In. proper can.S founders of Drurr"Lane and the orljfInal !'\Q (vaAxcspet od. vWxfejd / I.. which rators< gives costing you 20 batter time. the BLADE.prlct. VALUE The practical than

hard When first cute It l is easily . to receive paint what, kind of Moses in the "Sdhool. for Scandal ueea" aQSt .eecLaQ4 value Is In the BLADE. It Is the best because-
.c worked until thoroughly Reasoned, primer and' nnlshlngcoaU..different ," purchased LIGO worth ot stock \\ t't6Olt<<. cj ,. t. made of the finest steel tempered by & special

. :when only the -flneaL..-edged_ioojs. surfaces_require,. -and Jiow--toa void- in_the iflmte pt Consols! which.. ha gav \c., I I.U."" "" ."" ... :lQQsS\5X: .. process and, sc lent me ally around' and honed
downto -the- .
-- -keenestpossible -edge.You1
have any effect on its flint-like surface adulteration. in materials. over tq Drury Lane fund and which! ,, ,, "S\\w\ ,,'\\\e \\ 55 S. pay 15 tend for the beet'-practical' Racor- ever In. :
Sharp pointed nails can be A complete '
pointing guide Includ was to be his almoner to provide every (ro4ueed. and you save nineieen-tweniietnsor the '
r driven into the wood only abovt,\ an ing a book of color schemes, specifications Twelfth night cake and wine to Su."'" \O w\ c\U\\U\ .c '- EXTRA.BLADES:' & fancy price. a'aked for fancy frames and aold- 'I

Inch. The fibre Is so dense that the fop all kinds of painting works the principal member of' the company era The. "SHRP SHAVR" IUZQJLlaa4).eL.
. :y 'lQUNnme"\. In the frame as to be correctly 'ana-led' to
wood sinks rapidlY In water and will and an instrument for
detecting!: adul. not so much to perpetuate his suit any face. We sell you the whole Rasor at25'f
remain Immersed for years withoutbeing teratlon in painting materials, with memory .. to farther the cause of pWct t1fOtsaNvt.t\ \ ILe tQ.\\y. '1: etc.' so a. to create a market for our bladea.

affectd'ntba) least Zapote directions for uklng It. can be had loyal) and frlepdly feeling and "recipro 'teciMkMX.g iU, ways\My\ to 1IM\'II&, :.: !: Extra -SHRP BHAVR- Dlndn. ft for ZKc.! And '

tioor frames In the ruins of Uxmal fre by writing National Ixyid Com cal !good will .among them.-Pall) Mall' : ..7a:: satin ftal.h..lhe..p.ate d stoppers at lOo. each

are aa perfect to-day ag when! first pany. 1902 TrlnltJ Bldg. New York 0 azetto. S CALIFORNIA -5---- W*> vend the RAzor complete extrm

placed In position) The wood l Is susceptlbls and asking for Houseowner's PulntlUK Her Comment. Fio SY" UI ., Co. Blades or the Strapper, prepaid
of a beautiful\ polish. T.ha; Outfit No. <49.< SOLD VAU.LCADINO DROC01JTS, mall
average eatiote will square live to This conVpany, the largest, makers Aiv' old Irishman named Casey made!)! .MIIHUONLV-HCOUUUI seaL #JOt PtB: OTTLC!: by on receipt of price

- r fight inches and occasionally two I of pure white lead, Inviter tests, by a lot of money as a contractor end In tamps or oash.

. feet. It I, claimed that the bark Is I means of the blowpipe Included( In! built a nile bouse for his children. 'rR S BOOK FVBLISHINO :HOUS1

emplojed Jo great advantage!; In tanning outfit), or In any other way of the The sops! and daughters' were much 5 ) I34IIOIIA1DSTRUT: .
J .
p'ocesnes. and thnt leather( so purity of the white lead' sold under ashamed of the plebeian father gad ,_ I -, _ M. T. CITT. '

treated Is superior' ( to other kinds ." their famous! "Dutch Boy Painter" Cagey was always kept In the rear of 'Zrsjtt( lUOII .. a AVB
THE..... .....
, The magnificent* trees are rapidly trademark: That trademark.on a kegof the ,house when they had f'party or I a.. .. ..-. ..
disappearing, as the operators are I white lead is.In Itself an absolute a reception One day Casey died, and SLICKERSwear

taking ho precaWlons to ,protect them I guarantee of purity arrd-quallty there was agrejit todo about it. Tjie} ;

from the destrn/llve methods of the children..!! had a fine coffin .with plenty well \ -'
I WHERE
IT EXISTS.
ThlcIprnR thMr of flowers and laid In and they-keep '
whn.Jn ,greed to obtain Casey was youdry -- --- -- - '-
j -- -- N -
-
I :Airs WIKK*-John. wt! Is an !absohite I ;;
all lhf cap poHHlhle rut the trees state In the parlor while you are I ,J
vacuum'
so deep that t the do not recover from I' I That evening an old Irish woman. wearing themEVCRVWM \ ,. ..
WlRRs--"An absolute I .5
I the effort of the 1./1<'1810118. but gradually 'j vacuum my Who had known Casey when he wasa $322 \ '" ,
doar Is something; that exists only
)) decay Tleforp the trees reach I laborer, fame and asked, to see the -
in jour! Tnlnd.-l3oston POB(t. EJJB!: \ -
i this HtTRe-. and while stHI easy to : = face of her dead l friend They conducted -?
"---
',,. work. \\\\v\ are out dow-n and Hhaped I $1OO Reward. 91 OO. her to the parlor. (et7FD MA.7E9.qc ., BusinessIsn't ,

into building j matcrliil( The reader. df this paper will bcplenned; to She walked up to the coffin took a CATALOG ma "". .> If'Your
The chiilp( ) incliiHtrclouds; from I learn that there M at Least one dreaded (1i,- I'iloiijc look and said: "_f -; -
raae that science bee I been able to cure in all A.J,TbwtR: Ca BOSTON.U.SA. ,
: Mexico UK far as I he extreme no u(hero lteita ,and thulal'.tarrb. 1UI1Catarrh 1 "Faith, Casey, an' they've let ye In Towrn CANADiAN Ca U.TTOMOTHER. To.o.ao. CAN.
portion ot Yucutun \\li!<-h )produces j Cure la the only positive cure now known to to-th parlor at ImJit."-Tit.Bits. j }
:t the largest yield.! but In goal II y I the the medical fraternity. Catarrh .haunts constitutional ?l

gum: Is interior to that obtained from I thee,..., receive a conetitutional I A Dead Shot on Ring Worms. GRAY'S Worth Advertising

'.. this Sect I Ion <'H'dally) I In the Tuxlllln treatment.acting:liaH'iCatarTbCureiiitakenmternnllv dirertly upon the blood and mu-" I J. T\\VMacklni Hh'iptrlne., N Sn\nnnah C,. Juno. Q 2.\, 1908Mr J.' SWEET-POWDERS

,11,11'\1 1( t The] ( laltel! ( gem commands I rou surface of tic: .v.tem1thereby deel roy- I tear Mr:- ?Cm'Innpd you will find II i 10 ?P FOR CHILDREN ....
S a higher pi, 'Ire In the I l'nill'll Strt .
tlittpiitirat strength: by building up the constitution I terlne.. It I. a dead ahnt on j-lnir, 1'.1-1 !. O..luO.i'.fO' Ft'ut: : : C.:
to which it I I I It, alino I ,.t (LXiIusl\il and ( ..hIpchJa". Ii e E \ ; ,
ajutiHtinfi nature in doing its inure truly iSt..ch: 'ro..1.. r..i ,.. Advertise It For Sale.
Ehlp",17.nl'ol"I I/ I work 'J'he. propnrtot-s have no much faith I \\ S. Lhidlov i i'.rder.. ..d ". .r. I
j I
,
Telterln cures Pcrema Teller lUng Vt 'rh.flr.ah at
> In.''* thr/\o: hl'RI l on high Hundred in it* curative Dollar powers that they offer One \\nrm. Ground' Itch. luhlna; IMIan In I 1f..I.m..1'-.. to t r.b...... ... .lInna'I"!" s...tN'v.rkUlc .. j
rolling land. IIndllholh! (tiecs for any. case that It taili to fade. Sore Head Plmnlra! . Potts. II.MirfhHi I l..l.o..LI!.IERJ.I'.d.'iI.
are
cure. bend for lint of ,..!lmoUial.. Address I al\ Patrlmn on the r a< ... itt ilc's'ng ,. y 1 ..% :
found on lh< 1'1\\1anI" thiv' me inferior )K. J. LHENKY. Co. Toledo. O hfirea Dnndriiff Cnnkered S<4ilp. *lun1i I
- In lioih Rap mid 1 w OIK! Continuous Soltl' I-v l)rUIT\C1Mlo.( 7.V.. >na. rnrni. Chllblulna and ..v.-ry. fnrtn of I On the poet Ryro/n/ 's grave In tho I
Take Hall'e Family 1'illa for conatipation.Resentment. Hktn ittnmiatTeltrrlne tOe. Tetterlno, -j- :
t upping i |' >: does not to parish church at Ilu/knall \
appear i Tokard two
2E .
--- --- Soap c Your druffflfit! : or by mall from ros 5
have a seriously ileti line'ntitl .efferf : tl tsp manufacturer The Shuptrlne Co.. lovely mreaths. onb 'being a pQet's
provided! the incisions are not too "Does you. charge\ / to ce-ill for dot ba\'annah, On. I cfrclet of boy leaves bearing on a Cigarettes and l Tobacco Habit i

deep Trees are )linoun to hnvp'1>ecn i I Illtlf box o' strawberrIes asked Don make the same. mistake card "Fromi Laura Thyrza Byron In (RIfu or NERVE EXHAUSTION.

I tapped, for t wente\ M'lirs. lint' alter Aunt Hannah superciliously fig a In. remembrance" were ,placed the other .ll.t" for Thirty T..r.. eono..a*aee Oomateattck' 'I
that time prndiirod only from tall "V..s/' answprtvi thi- Ll'-.1| KCCLCV 'INSTITUTC: IN QtORttlA.
11 i grol'pr."An.1t To have more of Health and more flf
day
| take Uarfiold Teal This Natural laxative A"'IIt.iUK. . __ _____-=_ATLA4TAO. .. ... ,,,,j
round In Iwo |>otindH of sap If allowed 'ud take about thousan'

to lent five or six r-nrt. they | of dem hn-fles to make one ton'centwitermelon'
will prodnio from lb ceo to JH<> I I rt,psn't mind tip prl. o. and eradicate diHeaHeThe Poison Eczema Bone Pains.
pounds The n\ernse hilsht of but I docs hat sent j ,
; 0"1 Impldence'! Hong of the lawn mower is always ; 8 8 0' B.B B tfcotanlQ Blood Balm 1* the onl 1)- Jilted r.medy itaat kill ibe poIseS lathe
trees Is a bOil I I till rl y "(>1'1.t Ka blood and then puriCe. It-"ndtoR.flood ot rich blood direct to ttf .t..
purr
an- ('xrpPlllnpRlnw;! In Rionth t and 1>1I..s Cured 'In <( to 14 l>..,.. attuned to (the energy by whichH .urfaeeiBanee' .talma and wbereve th dl......Je oca Kid. In this way all Bores,
I l'''o Ointment i I. Kiiliranlred! to cure anyrn.eof Is shued., __ ____ _ I Uloare. 1'lmplei. Xruptlonl are healed an* cures. pain. and _he.at Klfteamatiam .
require (rein fOI'110 flftM yea us 10 llrhjnK Hlinil TtU,..hngnr Prol rudinfllll ForCtILDSa.d (IRIP.Rick. ......., swell a.anbilde B. B B mpletely chanreethe. OOd7In..ol..n. bea1tP7CondlUout ,. I "
attain full height . '...in ** to 1 I 1iiri.* or 'nnn" r.I"neiHl V>pOne I Rlvlos- the iklo therlehwont ro-1 hue of Mrfeet nralth B. to B. , .
'
'. (&PvDuuus I. the beat remedyicheep. Cores Through the Blood old CAM*. OO p.r large bottle at DrneBtorei with dlreetlK 'p ,,, ,
The chicle HeaKin opens rnrlIn may be a rlpe. cholar and then the aching and .rIMhn.-cu. far ham*cum. SAMPLESI RE b/ writing BLOOD BJ1LM CO .Atlanta, O '
Septcnitier though!: ti! <- vleM at this j IIP (green Ifi the WIof ,ibo world. the Cold and restores Itnmidlatalr normal oundltlona.inc.. tto. and Il'illquldetTacu -

period IB limited : and owing; to still Cured- -bweeney- -and--Removed-- a iI>c., .aldru norea." __ ____ PUTNAM FADELESS DYES..C'
copious rains I the hlderos ( laborers
bpttvlu.DrSloanls You cant fling mud and keep cleaq
) are retarded In their work : but ,I ha nds. Oolor......g&QAm brlfrhtr and fa.l..r colors! thee anr otber. dv... On. "'". OC>kaca color all Bbera. They dye la cold...tw .
-tit11l Is-n-RTrnt ectent-m' bi'ircfltrTi __ ; Llnluient: and_--Vet: .- --- - I 4an d SOS Oolan. JUOMtUC' UUU (JOn Ikalasy. .1111._

rains are favoiable 10 an abundant I I mary Itemed leg' are well known allover 1'ROTECTSTUE POLICY,HOLDERS The gold cure Is_good_for other ills, Thanks for the green bat. |It opens i :>:o man need evef be lonely if b* _
the country. They have saved the way for red,topped shoes yellow will permit himself to b f 'entertained
of '
flow
the Sill>. provided the rainy OF THE SOUTHERN LIFE Itch cared in 3d minute by Woolford's I '
the )lives of many valuable horses and lotion. Never trousers, red waistcoats and purple by the unseen company ever hoverlag -
Reasonis not prolonged!! beyond October Sanitary fails At draggatm.,|
r-oals.t near him. '
are a permanent institution to thousands -
In which case sap wouH containft of The Jefferson' Standard Life Insnr- The mills,of the gods grind !slowly.HUmulut. FLY-KIUER ''
stables.Mr. 11 DAISY 1
larger proportion of water and th_ r-: ::: '::' iiu.i I
4. lofts 'In' ., G. T.: Roberts of Resaca, Ga., ance Company Comes to Their _ _ _ _ _ _ o_. PIes&oi.,. I METALLIC
!
cOlulensfttlon
would be '
heavy. ,t utn.SniI. estI I
and R 'F D.No1.u"i; : "<3T.:'writes:-"I Rescue.. i'I' : "l.'h :.b..p,1isail _
the product JnferlorNew'trees 4 : ... I IMad. '
will- produce fr'om fifteen to twenty-. have used your Liniment "on a horse Fayectevi'iIec.r1i1 31, "iDOD. .t! ; '.. . '"\'", I'I : ..01 -at. I I HEELS '. & !!
Today wa's -,
five pnnnda of according to size for sweeney And effected thorough consummated one of the : ._ : t't"r..:::lotS I
,,
sap lII';' ,,\ .::_ _. I
most important deals that baa : -. .. .r la3'.r. .rr
In order to cure. I also removed a spavin on a ever FOX r..r.... .... '1 thIs d.ataat4.dTes. -
produce) c. : -
twenty-fivs Maiart*. .;: '
pounds a tree would have to square mule This spavin- was as large as'a Jfcurfed in the annalfl.. of Southern in- Uric> Acid.P.S..5 la.aih...anuS_ . *f*Trphold?***? 1.1.mmtintl.1" ... _"I""_.--_,";'';,_' _ _ .. .'raS. UtsiIdb. 5ow1TEJj: ;

about two guinea egg. I regard Sloans LlnlI surance. The Jefferson Standard J ..ad.r' el..a.of4a.hs,5.i"1". .= :H.CH-:: _ _ _ _' ._.__ _ __ _ _ pr.psue ror 5(0.1aaa .
fcet.and bo from twentyfvt Life Insurance Company of 8d Ses.po..i... 10 7 wask. ,........_.bent pe..PaW ......., .oe 5.1.5 a.., _,., ..w.
ment the _
to thirty feet high> ( as most penetrating and ef Raleigh, : rur ..._. Aut'nS. ..n.... Adde.. t
The process of extracting! the sap fE'cth' Liniment I have ever known" N'. C., came to the rescue of the policy -.aeU-bIJU.- .,bo..... Ce.-,-....bo.-..V. USE CRAFT'S DISTEMPER ind COUGH CUREA r (s

Is. extremely primitive Open V- Mr. H. M. Oibbs. of Lawrence l.odors. ; of the Southern Life Insurance :I AND THE: CROWD COUL.DNT-LIFT afe ..4 .... proI I /Mad9ofSt9OII j

shaped! Incisions are made In the.. tree.. I Kans, R F. D. No 3, Writes:-"Your Company of Fayetteville anti ,\ IT. .tot..d..4 aU forou_of Itl.

.trunks, permitting the sap to flow in Liniment Is the best that I have ev'usqd. r guaranteed: to them that their insurance "What caused the !blockade of traf per, ]r.fl"..... Plnke.1 For Miners, Qparrraea,

a continuous stream At the foot of I had a mare with an abscess would be protected by the largousKots I I ftc in the street eou.))40e..h... Sk.and.f Fariner&n1Iei ..

each tree a palm or other appropriate I on her neck and on& BOc bottle ofSloan's of the Jefferson It has been I "A (Irl's sprmj hat blew off. 'w M<..4'I.08.t t Dr.ctu.t. I
| Liniment known for that er PI,,"' ''. Write for Ire I _ m Do lough WirL
leaf Is fastened which acts as a- entlrejy! cured her some time the Southern booklet'"Si.Cratt'tMrlM.1WELL I
leader or gutter from which the I keep it around all the time for galls Life would re-insure its policies I Red \Veai. Weary Watery Eye MEDicpa: co. LAFAYETTE SlID.m' WM cut down your

chicle drips Into the receptacle placedto j and small! swellings and for every several flattering offers were made by Reli....... by Marine Eye Remedy. shoe bills. You can: buy
thing about the stock" large Compounded by Experienced rtiyeicieoi. I 1 shoes fitted with then
receive It. companies throughout/ tbe coun- Conforms to PUn Food and Drug Law. This Trade-mark
The sap as It flows Into the Incisions Dr. Sloan will send bis Treatise on try to' obtain this business, but the :Manna Doera't Smarq Sootbei E/e; Pain S I' I Ia from your dealer or any cob.; '

Is beautifully white, has the the Horse free to any horseman Address directors of the company looking to Eliminates AllUncertainly bier can put them on. They will

consistency of light cream, but as it Dr. Earl S. Sloan.Boston'Mass: .. the interest of the policy holders and sphere Meditation Of surpassing Is the open beauty door to a I make your old shoe good aa new.Will .

runs down It gradually becomes more Station A. knowing the strength and standing/ of I putlast three pairs of leather

viscous, until, as it drips Into the A wise man does not need advice. the Jefferson selected it, after mature Mra Window's Soothing Syrup for Children r in the.purchase material.01paint. I I hem Let us send you booklet.
I teething soft.n the .....
A foot) will not take advice. gums,red" in fiammation that tells all about them -
receiving receptacle It Ic of the I deliberation. ,allays- pain cure wind.colic!,25c a lottle _ _ It is an absoluteguarantee I I
density of heavy treacle. It Is very CHILD ATE CUTICURA. In effecting/ this re-insurance and Rest of pur.Ity I j -
hours
are most enjoyed "by '
adhesive, and is extensively employed I' protecting the policy holders the workers. and quality.For I i UNITED SHOE : HMACHINERYtCO" '
for repairing broken articles and Spread Whole Box of It on Crackers Jefferson Standard Life Insurance is your own I : '
fastening leather tips to billiard cues. -Not the Least Injury Resulted in no way directly or indirectly I.. caae,of aocident.eats, wousd bam" _ protection: see I I \
> -Thus Proven Pure and Sweet. connected ecalcU. rpram.. bro.... etc. nothing will that it U on the side of I d1'rON. AI
When the receptacle becomes full with any transaction of the take all and aoreneas '
i eo quickly mrajr pun !keg 01 white lead I '
it Is emptied Into a large iron kettle A New York friend old of Cuticura writes-: Southern Life. The policy holders of .. Hamliiuucard Oil.: you every buy AMTtoiu. I /-AA. ________________
three and
mounted on a temporary stone foundation "My year eon heir after the Southern Life Insurance Company i ----- I
being put to bed on a trip acroea the At- When a man Is down and out don't c tin.c-n. I '
\ .
with a small opening for 1101 TftoH *
to be '
1 lantic, investigated due stateroom and lo are congratulated upon tell him it will be the same a hundred _I (At'15'O9))
wood the fuel used In .the boljlng cated box of graham crackers and a box their good fortune ill having their life I years from now. -

process to evaporate the water. which I of Cuticura O.ntment.Vhen. a search was insurance policies guaranteed by tbe( '

amounts to about twenty-five per made for the box, it was found empty and Jefferson, wh'iehls one of the strongest, OLD PEOPLE'S KIDNEYS _ S
rent of the sap. As the boiling pro- I the kid admitted that he had eaten the i if not the strongest life insurance .- OTA .I-

gresses thf chicle thickens and when contents of the enftre box spread on the company south of (the >fason and Often Need Helpful Stlm laUon. ,
crackers. It cured him of a bad cold andI 5
It has reached-,the proper consistency I I don't know what elae" Dixon Line, and one of th* strongest/ The kidneys are the busiest organs '

It is allowed to settle until a trifle No mom conclumvd evidence could be in America. It has a surplus tooolicy of the .body. filtering as they do all In the form of '5-

more -than lukewami, when it Is offered that every ingredient of Cuticura bolders of nearly half a millioA dol- the blood every three Sulfate; is a fertilizer which IsNtrfftrWfv1

C kneaded to extract more of the water Ointment la abeolutly putt, sweet and lars. It is well managed minutes. They show ;. and actually available

.. content, and is then shaped by hand .... If it maybe safely eaten by a and is backed by some, conservative of the- .1__. signs of wear through IS for producing --
into 'rough, uneven loaves weighing young child, nonfe but ti. mot. beneficial
most pain In the back and MORE and u1
five to thirty pounds If carefully I results can be erpected to attend 1U application South. prominent financiers in the Irregular urination. S BETTER RICE
to the tendereat akin .
even
oryoungest
cooked It Is of whitish-gray shade; : ,infant. The officers of the Jefferson Poan's Kidney Plllr It gives strength) to thejutant to bear the heavier phampel'pin _ _
If I -
carelessly handled and Improperly I Potter Drug & ('hem. Corp. Sole Prop.. ire Joseph 0. Brown, president P. cure kidney ills In '.5 which it variably produces whenever applied for ,.'

boiled It Is a dirty dark gra}'. .When of Cuticura Remedie Boston. Ma a.. D. Gold Jr., first vice-president; and ._ _ old or young. Mrs. I Potash is the starch maker-and that means _ _
prepared with extra care It is of a : Mary C. Phelps 4 and better
Heap profit; .f-rom other's failures.Oaly general manager Chas W. Gold _ Sv bigger yield quality.
; secretary -
light pinkish color Much deception St.
I Spring WestOeld.
One "iliuntu Qutuulne"I and superintendent( of Potash Is Profit ;"
-
Is practiced by'tho (chicleros who In agencies / Mass, says:

order to Increase the weight Insert lor hat the U signature Laxative ol Uroruo k,. W. Grove Quinine., Used Look the. Ei-Oovemor: ; Chan W.Chas.Qamwell actuary; "I am past t/2 years ,OTAS and many rice planter bays proved It.bunOTASi ..". ,

stones bark, sand or wood In the 1 World! ov>r to :iir> a Cold in One D.y. 25cI. B. Ayrock and old and am to-day\ without a sign of 1 -_ can you_*rith. Bay, 15 pound to the S'I

\ oIHng chicle before it Is formed Into Who 'an outlaw a lawyer Judge R. W.Vinslon ,were special! kidney trouble, backache, pain Injthesides i dred of; your commercIa .Teitllljter.: .:t '.

loaves. The sap freshly extracted counsel for the Jefferson in making etc., which had bothered me.Doab' ..4 ,.. ,... L"....... '.... r '
For IIKADACHB: : IHa'CA 1'tDIW' B the transfer of the business. The Ille. ..4 ill' ', ; '
will weigh about jseven--or .elgbt re Kidney Pills,cured me so that .!'
stomach
"r Cold. Heat orNerrom
,
pounds -to the gallon -TJ S:' ct nsul. "'Mtlu'1'rom' ..., Capudlne. will relieve insurance agreement! was fully approved kidney trouble has never returned GERMAN KALI WORKS .

-Tuipaa, Mexico S I Ill liquid-pleatant to take acts .011.\\ by*James R. Young, Insurance Sold.by all dealers. BO cents a box.FosterMilbursu'Co. Ua4 Ce.rM l_DMg.,Atlanta.C*. I.'
I tores.atelr. Try Il. luc.. Zic, and too. at ComrrsicriT] of North Carolina. ., Buffalo N. Y paw ca1oaeo-oa.4-k Toa_*s eu 115.5.su..S \:;

New York's Consumption of Tea. I}j A short wait Is better than short >TaughtlDess- does not' come to the Great minds thrive In any environ ftnent. S 5S tr

:New Yorkers drinkMea aa.well as H nelKht; S naught. . < J
I ,
other things, and It Is estimated that

one pound of the h"rb Is consumed by WARLICK

each Inhabitant yearly! ."x" Look PrBmaturely Old Sheet Met l Manufacturing Co..'


A: Wry Jest. .' : 60 ,W. AUbsaa" St'AT1..ANTA, CA.',

Wife "--TYhat' Is' a pretzel'" '(iHot Afr F'urnace :..

Mub- pretzel. love la a cracl;>r I-i MKTAI. oomnicB. ciiLiwas,. .

vltn.cript.. the (ramps-BostoD Trans i eo.ur.ot thoe ucly, crlcity, ray h lrs. ueiwLA 0..0&.&" HAIR KESTORKR.f! >r'o.. .',00. r.t ll. l f VcutiUtort, SkylighU,, Roorn8.4LJ.
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.. 'f permanent. jliiiprQvem l nts. n.ths. J. .Brass. Band. .at...Nichols.' \\IMETO\! ACT. Notice. ot Application to,
MESSAGE
MAYOR'S : piece. of enclosed streets, end h'be-I: Editor Valley Gazette i -Old: .Peopleta" .Real Estate.,

"it: -4' hooves tbe town to lose no,time tDI De r8lrt'sj aeldom you'bear 01bra. 4'
having these obstructions removed: .. bands and opera bouses in little Don't elt n1te.P'atal !''Itac.IJ of Motto !. he..b.n to all Whom It
l (Continued! 'tr& first ) mining camps out in the woods, but '. ; exnuwm that on the 10th day of May. A. D,
L, 1(, page _- .and the streets properly marked onto such 1.10 hre.. Our band was organized Kidney Illness: Profit. >jrKissinimec I will make application to the County Jade

and the jjrbbatrle cost: of same,w( re It should be done at once" before this. a month atrb, and_t.be..playbou.e ; Peo'ple's). Otoeola County for an order to Mil at., prl

view >1'be-- n.acal! condition. of the property becomes more valuable! both is going up. a The band, is dplnor:, fine Experiences..Occasional al*the following described real ratate bel

town to "eTTosulf! the "Southeastern j for the credit; of the town .audio avoid under the leadership 'of Mr. G. O.: attack or backache Irregular lying Ins;to and the being estate slfnate of Walter In the Bass County,.,8rN deoy t
ofX
'' dteffe
of
Tariff Association as to Its require-i possible expensive at.loo. Following are the names urination, headaches and dizty ola and State)of Florida, to-wlt:
< the players: O..B.. Wilson lint cornet
meta In the matter, and tbe ,benefits The report of the. finance committee ; J. Dampier, solo'cornet; L. O.Hendera&n spells ire common early symptomsof All of Section 81, Tp 25 8. of Range BO X
:. ;,qlch' would ,be derived and'finally, shows'a ..healthy condition and that second Cornet; E. Hi Hall kidney Disorders.'. It'* an error to Ing north and east ofthe St, Cloud Sugar

to decide whether In their Judgment H1 Abe affairs 9* th' "fown have been managed second betCharlialdill.cornel Jack Wilson. third cor- neglect off"these for a Ilia.time The but attacks return\ marpass with acres Railroad;more and or!the less County. Road, opntalnto

would 'be' advisable for Council to 1n a business-like masher ""At : alto; Alex Walker f
solo alto; L. Clayton! tenor; Wilson greater intensity JIfthere ,are iyncp\ ._Ali' pereon.luying obiept9nltoSbe Iran
1, e, call an electlqn to' vote onjbondingj tehtidnis'called! ,to.the. repor.t.. NeljrbborateDor.W".W'OOd.'teDor; toms of dro .y..put1'.well1( llll >elw of said order wUlnle'the .me with the Co''

the town for -lhlspurpose" It Is my T. M. MURPHY-- Mathews' plooolo; O O. Steffee the eyes; bloating of limbs and anklet, Judge aforesaid. on or before laid date.'

u conviction that an"improvement! of. Mayo baritone; 8. S.'Duke, tuba; J. O. OoU- or minute.\\ant.part Begita of the taking\body Doa don't t delay Kidney a HENRY T, BAflS.
wallis rat-a-tat-tat: S. PerT 1. beonv Administrator of Estate of Wt
the 1 ,
should belong to *
tbl character er Pills and keepXua.ttie.treatment until
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boom. 16L B. ..,r., Deceased.
> Respectfully .
af' ,.. citizens and that the.time is.past whenany jJurors s' Circuit Court. PRESS" ,REPORTER.Gold the kidneys are> well,when your old
Rive valuable time'', health and. vigor will return Notice. for Application t S
town, should away NEED
"VENOLit
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The following! ,JurorVvbave'beepdrawn in Klasimtdpe prove the effect --
franchises to'brlvate Individual*. Inthis Curdle Real Est. te.
'Spfine term of 8S of thin great kidney remedy.
to serve at the : Watch to Be Given Away. Vitalizes
connection 1 would refer to our ': strengthens, and Mr*. 0. W. Campbell, Klsiimmee, Ntttlos la h.raby given thatlon the 11th Bat
thin.circuieeourt.whlch
electric.Jltflit p T i t -- cpnveneaTuesday. -M'& ait .-. Gllhery "Is" ttfriuglag'. Vlnol tones up the'dlgelltfT rgani;" Fllr"Y.-.My husband used Doan's APril A. D. 1VW. at to o'clock'la the forenc

About telf"eiLrj ago; the town gaVe April 27th: give away a handsome gold watch to aids assimilation, enriches the blood, Kidney PUI. with the\most' satisfactory .will apply to the County Judvaof Oaoeola ConFlorida
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;or', R L Ovsrslraet G H PratherJ some one of the patrons of his moving and rejuvenates every organ In the results. 'He complained a great farm order to salt\ at private ....
away a franchise 'eleoirjc lighting T T Tindall R T nronson picture show on .the fotlowlnf plan: body. In thfs natural manner Vlaol deal of si soreness across the small -of following deawribafl real eatate belonging to
t and agreed to pay 11000 a yeah for i K Prevail B Q HancockA Tickets\ will be numbered consecutively replaces weakness with strength his back accompanied by a weaknessof Estate of C.H. Fountain, deeeassd. to pay d

+ "ftie street lights. The.ser.vice was unsatisfactory j C Wrls-ht. Ir' 8 L Lup/sr from 1 to 1,000, and'he will "have We are positive It will benefit every the kidney. He finally heard of ofaaldMtat..th !... bel.... no paraonal pso p
y and inadequate as our Dan Bert eJ. Jr J T Rea".. some responsible party place a number old person who will give It a trial. Doan' ,Kidney Pills and obtained to pay the mina/aaid properly being deeeflbr
JHRedditt It A Snyder In an envelope,' seal It and depositIn It It don't we will rWuaU'thelr mono/ them from Klaslmmee Drug Co.: They! fellow, to-wit: :/
older residents will remember. Later J J M Lse B F Cobb' a safe. When 1,000 tickets\ are sold Sold by RO ERSON' PHARMACY. strengthened his back and kidneys and The south half of Block Sixteen (16)) of V
L the purchased the plant and although E F" Collier I benefited him In Patrick's addition to the
t.On.: JRDonanan ,, the, nvelope will be opened and party : every way. N Town of Limits
_ .' i't was old machinery and not C .Milliard Ira Bass holding corresponding number will Notice of for Tax For 'sale by all dearers. Price 50 City \lying and being situate In the County; oleola
a 'of it remain today', but has Chss Bsss. Jr Ernest Mach J get the watch. Tickets will be punched Application I It cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, and State of Florida. All pereon 'ha
vestige
Chss W Darin J A Lancaster and returned to patrons at the :>)eed Under Sections 574 and New York, sole agents for the United objections to the rrantlna of said order will
I all bad! tobe replaced bv new in every I C C Newton W L Uoksley. door. In the s..mernanner; a(2.50 gold 575 of the General Statutesof I States. I the lame on or before said Date or the same

part, yet It is now not only self-sup H M Partin J T AldermanK piece will be given i on children's tick Remember the name-Doan's-and:l.. be ranted as prayed. N. C. BRYAN
the State of Florida.
porting, bat last year paid into the P Butler Solomon Raulerson ets. _______ ____ take no other. Administrator of the Estate)of(
750 besides saving the 91000 Aaron Roevos J B Suttee Notice !I. hereby given' that J. A. Blackwell '' Fayptain. Deceased.
treasury and L H Banknlght T J Bird For Sale at a Bargain. ourchaaer of Tax Certificate Vo. 478, No. Old papers for .sale at this office for March. 3rd. 1909. '
formerly paid for street lighting, R L Starting Geo Battan 474 and No. 47S. dated tbe 3rd day < July 1BOI, 20 per 100. ,
this notwithstanding' hat there has A E Bass W S Harwell One 7-room residence, P1trlck' .Ad. and of Tax Certificate No. 14 dated the nth dayof Notice: Creditors.All .
:20 ditlon. Julv. X D. 1003 has died ssJd certificate "
been added to the street lights fully
One 7-room residence. Bass Add! In my office, and has'made application for Notice. of Application i'or Tax personi having claims against the'e'| '
percent. of line and lights: The light"log BassSharp.Marriedat of C. H. Fountain, deceased, .late. of the cot
tion. tax deed to issue aooording to law. <
is economical and :Deed Under Sections and of Osceola and State of Florida will preeeni
enicjeat.yet One 6-room residence, Mathews' Ad. Bald certificates embrace the following described 574
----M the home of the bride'sparents same to ms properly attested, within the)
there. are at present-orrtvT<0 private dition. property situate in Osceola county, 575 of the General Statutesof
prescribed by law, the. ,
or .tiI.,1II be for
Mr and Mrs. Rull Bass
on about 275
houses wlur._Jluhts are Installed. One bearing orange grove Florida, to-wlt:
barred, and all porsonatlnclobted to said
the State e.
Sunday, April 4th, Mr. James Elmer trees. Tin Cerlincate No. 473-\U Blocks lOt and of Florida.
This should not tie> so I ho'pe that ID will make Immediate settlement with the
the future house will avail Sharp to. Misa Mlrarn Bass, Rev. A. These can be bad cheap on reasonable 10:., Rnnnymede. Notice li hereby give that II. M. Pfann aDdGoo..e derslgned. N. C. BRYAN
near every terms Tax Certificate., N< 471-Al 1 Lots 1. 2, 3, 4. r.
CKisolm of the Christian T. Slngletary, purchasers of Tax: .,..r&fll.cate Administrator of the Esta
M. pastor .
; itself ot this great convenience, remembering : WATF.avCARSON GRO. Co. a,7 and*of Blook.106. Uunuy mode. .
No. ato. dated the tri dayof duly, 4. D: C. It. Fountain.Decease.
; church, officiating Tax Certificate: No. 47. A atrip of land lying
That the plant bel nlls ,to 1101.\) and of Tax certificate No. 8& dated tbe February lit. 1_.
The wedding was attended bv a large south of Lot. 1.1 end 8 of Block 1O4, Runny- .
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4th - --
the town and that whatever profit For Rent or Sale. day of November A. D. 1"OJ, and of Tax
there Is In It Into number of friends and relatives of the mede; Beginning at Connecticut Avenue and certificate No 8.19.dated the 6th day of$Jul ,A. Notice (
goes the town treasury Residential and farming property of ran we.t IOg. feet to Manaacbusetu Avenue of Application for Or,
young couple, both of whom were born J). ](WU. end of Tax certKloato No. :!R7.
and comes back to. the citizens'iuan i sixty acres, well fenced, at Hammock thance on line of MasaachUBelu Avenue to I dated the th" ,Sell Real
day of November WIS: .to Estate.
Increasing:: ratio as. more and more and reared in this county and are Grove; house fully furnished and In .LakaRunnymede: thence to Hue of Lot 1of\ has Bled laid/ certificates In ogre,
members o/ two of our oldest and best good order; (outbuildings and farmingimplements Block 105, thence to Connecticut Avenue, and ban made my Notice la hereby given that on the 5th di
lights are used application for tax deed to lame
families. ; flowing artesian well. thence north to point of beginning In accordance with,law. ApriL A. D. JIOI'it/ 10 o'clock In the fanI
The town has no proper place for wl"l'e' Apply to MR. DROUGHT, j I Tax Certificate No. Beginning at the Said 'will apply $e- the County Judge of Oa
, the housing of its valuable records, The wedding!! presents numerous K-isslmmee. Fla. Northwent/M of Rectloti 110 Townahlp, 26 scribed certificate embrace, lhafollowiagdoh County. Florida for an order to sell at.pr

and before the rise in properly which and handsome and attest the high\ South of Range 81 Blast: run south U7D feet Florida" property to-writ: sltusu.il in Osceola" county, acts the following described real. ntata belorto

e8t.eori.. in which the pouular young "..1600 feet north 979 feat west I confidently l believe will be upon us Laundry T -ertillfate Nu.-.lIO.( ii'i' <>f nwl, mrtloii 1townxlilp
/ held. The aaltl lands belrfft asnvssed at the dates of dobu. the same lying and bojng\ situate Ir
t Boon, it wu lid be wise to secure a suitable couyf'U" arc, The agency for the White Star the issuance of acid tax certificates In the name, M wmth. range J::5 'ul. County of Osceols and State of Florida.
... .
-- --- -- Tax ocrtlllcale N. IS3, .e' of ,
C.14 mn-ilore' :TO.to.wnahlp
site for a town hall. This shouldbe laundry is now( at the Home Store, of Uukown. < Bcribed as follow.wit:

-- on you weekly, just ring up 154, ard carding. to law, tax deed will Islue thereon on Florida Land and Improvement Co.'s addltt
cal-l.'<1 as to show up: well, for aPllear-j Sherill 1'rev att returned last week you will be put On our list, and. calledon tile nth day of May." A. D. I'IOI. 26 south range is rantTa the Town of Kisslmmes.Any .

ance. Besides many other j from St Augustine, bringing with weekly.I The work is all done In U itness my official signature and seal tills the w.: townahip2.outh cojtlflcat No. 31. <7.i etc if nw', section person having objections to the grai,

I tages, a tQwn h'kll would save the rent I him David Cla.-k] cue of the negroes an efficient manner and at Tampa' loib day of April A. I), land.! The uid lands bclnu tango assessed 2H neat at t.the dates of of said order will file; the name with the. Oc
which the town has long been paving prices. \8e.( ') ARTHUR E. DONKGAN, Judge on or before ud date.
who' escaped from the county jail the Ulllaiiooof aid certificates, redlicHiUvclj- In -
DELLA
Floilda IVEY.
Clerk; Circuit Court Oxceola. County ,
for inadequate quarters. about the first of :March. Ue also !Hon. C S Acree, Osceola's representative the unmet of T. M. Palmer Entitle, Unknown"ndUnknolln. Admx. of Estate of Ueo, H.

Ip the following additions, vUMathews' : stopped at 'Espanola and picked up left Saturday night for Tallahassee ROGERS' LfVERWORI Unless Rated certificates Deceased/
hall be redeemed ,
ocoMliiR 1100I
DroughtsVliolinson's andF. Jim Merrill another negro,..who escaped ] to attend the meeting of the TAR AND OANOHALAQUA to law tax dod will Issue thereon ou March t.

L.. and I. Co.'s there are several ( from Partner's turpentine convict Legislature, which held- its, first session Asthma For the and complete Bronchitis cure and all ol LungoomplalnUitendlnv Coughs. Oolde, the 3rd day of :May, A I). UM"- HEALTH ANDIVITALIT"IMOTTS.

places where the streets are obstructed camps Rome time ago' Tuesday. to consumption. Liverwort Tar and Witness my official signature and .eal thli NERVINKlPILLS
Wild ( berrv, have for: ag M mantalnod anefltablinhcd (least] the :toth dayofMarch. A. D
by fences put across them, through. itrL standard 18)9. The great Iron and ionic rextorative tor
Old-papers can l he purchased at this reputation as a cough ARTHUR E, DONECJAN. .a i v norance as t t.OJle\ correct line of abut Old for sale at the A'alley remedy It botitaina no ottinm or harmfuldrng
papers olllre! for 20c per'1/f0, and there is nothing cfcnbe Riven with safety to 'children. Clerk Circuit Court Ow-eola 'ountFtorl s ting property There are as vet no G azette ollice. better to put under matting. Price HMO. Sold,only by Oaoeola Pharmacyk'Pel By 8. H. BULLOCK. D. C vigor mall IIdo per sale box by 6 Oseou boxes for Pharmacy....00. o
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Besutilul In design wIth graceful panel back. MJde ol o arter-sawed
solid oak with a handsome golden finish, hjjphlj polished. Grain' leather seat
box frame construction::: French legs. The price Is possible only beneee
ol our Immense manufacturing lacllltles. lor chairs excluslvelir.turnlngout ATLANTIC
chairs, ol all kinds in such quantities that we can eat osst tSMslcsdcr COAST LIN]
\ __ protll and sell direct to :you .l vaM4sMtl
SUNNY SOUTH STABLES You run Do chance for we rive your money back If very haw I. not
m exactly as we represent You_W..t leant _. ...... .. three ".' .
better satisfaction. Chairs lor dining-room parlor bed-room>> ROUTE OF THE CELEBRATED J
molt kitchen .., store*, "" eyenr other use. sick the
to the plainest Ali kinds of wood.200 different ..
I .' Utaatrmt catalwro. and ._ta1 Ch .. all. that "New York
_..,. Band oar lars-s and Florida
all ... Special"olid
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L. H. INGRAM Proprietor, f .vary chair you 1Ma7. _bawls i.4.,_ It."oars f..S on y.east.L '
L FLORIDA CHAIR FACTORY strides) and *.*, Js kaan..UI.. .... VeatibulejTra.ins,; Steam Heated and Electric Lighted Dining Ci

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I We will hare 1'8ady-for' next FaH and Winter planting a general HIGH GRADE --
assortment of Orange and Grapefruit Trees of all leading varie 22 OCEAN JACKSONVILLE, FLA. VEHICLES MADE TO ORDER ?

: ties. Our trees are budded on Brood, healthy rough Lemon and' AT
'; Sour Orange roots, guaranteed free from Insects peach of any kind. I.' Portable and Stationary Engines!: REASONABLE PRICES. i
All budded from bearing trees In our groves and therefore true to Saw Mills Wood-working Machinery 1 v"'
4? name. Our facilities fdr growing nursery stock are second to Shingle Mills, Lath Mills, and .' : ?

fir none and our trees area* fine as money andtwentv} year's experience general line of supolies. Complete Blacksmithing!
l can produce. We are making a specialty this season of the line carried In stock for immediate Horseshoelngatid QepairW.or1QAll

f, famous California Valencia Late which is destined to become the shipments Sold on easy terms.
greatest money-maker in Florida. Our Valencia buds come dl- Kinds;Done by First-class Workmen. ""s?

rect from the best bearing trees to the district now famousifor pro It will pay you to consult us before '
ducing"the best Valencia. In California. burin Postal will bring our sales '.**'

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