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 16, 1909
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00381
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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'Was the ''Instruction Given.. the Advertising , I't* '. I Is M Alyea's:- Opinion of This Seo- 's

Committee by,they Old Soldiers' lion--rAbsence of MosquitoesHere :
Board-of .Trade.Y a Remarkable{ fad. . S I"I A

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t 5 revival'Tn progress at the iiap- : ''LO; Gd: This City .Mr and Mrs. W. s: Alyea, whose '

tilt church, a theatrical performance home I in In Athlson,' Kansas, have'I'I Spring 71I

' at the opera house and the atmosphere been In Klsslmmee the. past week, Mr' ,

: filled with big; land deals, prevented a Seminole Land 'and Investment! Company Acquires' Alyea looking after.his personal rear .
F '\ large attendance at the meeting of the estate Interests here,'and Mr/ AlyeaInvestigating .

I I' Board of Traders Monday night, but Thirty-Five Thousand Acres ,of :Magnificent, Land the climate. and mosquito ,, .. .
-$1 those who were absent were known question. ; the absence of which pests, --'-.- .
y. .1. "to be working; for the uplift of oureommunl in the Famous Kissimtnco galley; on Which Will she; aav., fn this town Is .a most remarkable S 'G-o'ods a.

I., y,.they were forgiven| \ but Be Located Thousands'f"v>t Colonists--Tract Em- fact ; {
the ''usual amount of business was Mr.: and Mi's.' Alyea have traversed ,: -

s --transacted, and everyone' present was r bracesVlVorid-Famous_ St. Cloud Sugar Plantation.One this country faithfully,,..having visited ,fS
filled with an optimistic spirit when the numerous islsnds'an the lakes, )
I, the'session cloned I '" vetme t even riding all day In a 'carriage in-( .. -

j r. in the absence; of.President', .Wlllson, of>he most Important real estate ,Company has acquired 35,000. vestlgatiog the. soil, the.water and the .. .
VIce-Preildent. Stanford called the I deals ever made in the !State=I of Florl- acres of land.and establlsbed'thts old agricultural advantages already proven ARRIVING DAILY ._ ,:/" '. .

T ; meeting to order, and requested the Monday-the Seminole Land and In- six mile east of Klsslmmee. : rp <
secretary to read the minutes of the II farms to be seen on every hand.
N previous meeting;, which were approved vestment Company of Washington, D tbe county seat of t. jeO.ceolaOous-( : Mrs. Alyea says sbe has thoroughly I AT __ ...
to wMiout correction. C., acquiring; 35,000 acres of land lying ty< and Ilea betweenfour beautiful investigated\ every point needful for "

as The bill of the. Valley Gazette for I -in the Klsslmmee va.lley. and TIC Takes-Tohopekaliga. l East: Tobopeka1 knowledge/ ,, having walked entirelyover
w allowed and a includes the world-famous St. Cloud 1 iKa. Alligator and Gentry "As said '
.ag for printing was I many gardens and fields, and she p s.K'AT
U .1 warrant ordered drawn On the treasurer ,plantation. above,. it embraces the faioou St. finds there I In no more fertilizing done zoo'S'

a for that amount. This land was purchased for the pur- Cloud plantation the place that star._bere than is done in aqy. other; section ___ ,. : .<* ,

of- -"'-. MrW J. Sear offered,the tollovr- pose of locatlnjt_a. "colony of ..old sol. tled the world bv the amount a goal- of the United States"'where gardeningand ;

log resolution, which, under, the rules dl "Iialnh because' those. who bravedthe ttv of the sugar cane, oranges, lemons fruit r.laIDI./ made a specialty. h 1

will lie over for one meeting, wben It dangers and survived the hardships and vegetables It produced during th... Even throughout the fertile, fields of ,al

rr will come up for final action: "Re- of those trying times of forty time its founder and owner, Hamilton mots and the rich'land. of the Missouri o \

solved, that the regular meetings of years ago can no longer withstand the Oisston of Philadelphia, was alive and Dallies 'If one wishes ,the best o \ .

the Board of Trade! changed to read rigors of tbe northern winters, and the cultivated-it,- The Sugar Belt railroad ttvatNvater, soil and sunsnlne can produce '

.t 'the first and third Friday nights.' In'- promoters of this gigantic project are a branch of the Atlantic Coast It,takes hard work and judicious "; : 2'
0 stead of 'the second and fourth-Mon.a deserving of all praise for their kind- Line, runs directly through hll'prop- fertillzVn l ,

. ";day nights' as It now read ly efforts towards aiding their com erty which adds greatly to the valueof In speak Il of advantages and uV m wVVV VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVt 4

The' advertising committee was In- rades of bygone days to acquire homes tbe lots the company is selling, as resources 1f\his.sectlon Mrs. Alves ,
active operations at in this fair and sanny southland,where it will also furnish adequate means for -
s'ala thlnkXthls
structed to begin "I is
: country a par c Ac AcaArt dc Ac k fk..A.'oci6t .A.
b' once, as. the advertising: matter In the their declining years may be spent in the transportation of anything the colonists adise. The artesian, water you have c ulk Ac latk.n. :4 7

.- hands of the secretary was almost ex-I I peace and happiness, surrounded by maLfroduce/ here is a gift from ] ture. Those who Summer
reported thathe all the blessings nature could bestow. The company is now having the Fertilizing l ,.
and that officer
i. I desire !It go down a depth of 100 to 1.S0
When the oft cers of the Seminole and i'1
it. was 'dall" In receiptofj-equesls for property surveyed and platted, feet and are regarded rtartheir efforts
literature descriptive of the resources Land and, Investment Company decided .' expect to have the work completed by with a flow of water, someUmes gentle i l For Citrus Trees ;:. ,

tag 1 f this section. upon Florida as the state best sited I the last, of August or the first of September and at others with a flow that unless ....,

1% Mr. Stanford, for the committee on for a colony of this character they although the lots will be in a piped will gush eight feet In\he air. This Is a very important apollcaildn, for a liberal supply of food i tat : '
good; roads, reported that the County did cot select a site until, every por- condition to be' delivered to purchasers Among the wells: have visited Vs. Mr,;: this time Increases the size of the. fruit and gives a large bearing ,1t..
1 Commissioners" and City Council had tion of the state had been gone .over within the next sixty days If they O'Berry's, out;.of which is ftowlD 150 < surface for the next year's crop. You cannot afford to economize (fL)
.. forties and would purchase the and thoroughly inspected, for there should desire to lAke possession and on fertilizer. Neither should you delay about.,applvlog;- Nature .. .
;+ : joined nations a minute. also paid a vi t call. for help i ID May and ibis is the time .
were points that had to be considered begin the in for 4j when\4ertilizer will do the W ?
many putting ground
"' neaiitx>ugh- shape
Gordon marl beds lying to the island owned by Mr. Fleming, trees the most good. Later applications prolong the growth and
man, the material to used In making principally!;! among which were Cultivation.' where I found two magnificent flowing j therefore the-maturing! of the fruit, thus making tbe crop late and'
Council i health, climate and productiveness. of The town site will be located on the wells and as fine an orange grove; as 1 \aapping the vitality of the (,ree. We have Fruit andk Vine formula. I l y
the soil) old St 6 meet every condition of soil. Write to me about. thfcai. And-ask forOB .. ,
and will be
was having ) ClQud plantation have ever had the pleasure of seeing/ booklet, "Good Old Summer Time in the Orange Groves"
.a4 the3ft\ drainage ditch running; north The Ursf-health-they found here to known as Ht. Cloud: It'I is the intention The water In the wells owned by Mr. 'I
be superior to other section of the I 4X ISIS FRUiT AND VINE "
of the town which when completed any ) of the company to have .erected Fleming possess Iron and sulphur
T will reclaim the cypress swamps and United States, for the annual death fully three hundred I houses on. the which are supposed to be exceedingly cQ SPECIAL FRUIT ANSI VINE MANURE iti

p prevent the possibility of their being rate oi this particular locality la less property;v ithfn the next twel lve months II healthful." PERUVIAN! FRUIT AND VINE MANURE J -

flooded In case of continued heavy than 3 to.the 1,000 Inhabitants, which besides school houses .churches and Mr. Alyea thinks this will make one tQ W. & T.'S HIGH GRADE I'IIUIT'Mm. V.lNBcQ
I rflmost unbelleVable which ..
'S fact is but
rains. such the''
public buildings as are necessary of best alfalfa countries he has
he can be verified bv reference to the Call on our 10 ,1 1 agent, WATERS &.CARSONpROC: R.YCO.
was the
The treasurer reported to government of tbe town as wellas been over on account of the sujjlrrtv;
to In receipt of a check for $100 from blri books kept by the officers .of our city a large; and commodious hotel for gallon .and the rich muck and black: or address 4' i

'Vf. C Parsons as a donation to the and county. the accommodation of those who Oo : sand soils Anyhow he is1 now preparing i Ja
i Advertising fun4 The second climate-Is considered not desire to build a' home of their an'acre'of, ground, on which to Wilson & ,T' 0 er Fertilizer CC: :Flor ;aa1'sp. :!1 :

w After a general discussion was In- by..all who._have resided<< in this coup-, own, which means.that the. towq of St. put his Idea tj a test, .. J r,
: dultfcj In' as to tbe best means of ad- ty, either winter.or summer, to be the cloud will have a population( of Iwo '' .-'w' 4"Yrovr'wiF -'fl'waR'pr'V"w'P

vanclng the Interests ofKl| ...slmmee, most. equable they ever, experienced. thousand by the spring of 1910.N MR. J. M. WillSON JR. ,. -- .
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during/ which many !good suggestions' Osceola county la situated on what | 4."section) of this property will be set
were offered;;the Board:; adjourned; to I known as.,the backbone,6f Florida, I-'aside for the use of the col6re l Jpeople, Is the Man 'Who Located the Old' F1 a'as'a'a'r'r'a's'as'sN' ''NN'NNlValaSchool'
again "Monday night April i anJ is elevated sufficiently to be constantly the
.meet on I company recognizing; that in this
D 26th, Jn City Council chamber. fanned- by the breezes from the! -section of*the country the nelfl"oesare SOidiers'- -- Atlantic CeBnoD the and f' FM
---- east the
I l I the natural servants but the territory One of the most Important\ real estate i
''i 1 r. .ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS Gulf of Mexico on the west While ,i i: allotted them will be separated entirely deals ever consummated In Florida .
the thermometer; reaches as high as 951| from that sold to the colonists. i that of
v. was the sale this week of35OOO'acrel AND :TABLETS: "
\( degrees in the summer, It-Is never too
f Is the Amount of Mr.\ W.C. Parsons'Donation hot to work, In the open, for there is I,;{>,I In The disposing plan of of the this Seminole property Company is: The simmee valley of to land'1ylnlC'the Seminole In the hand Kis- t

to Advertising Fund. always enough humidity in the atmos- ''' property. Is cut up Into 5-acre plots and Investment Company for the purpose I
{ phere to keep one feeling"cool, and a and the town site Into iota 25x150 feet, EXAMINATION TABLETS ...
t ) r. J W. Prentls, treasurer of the of locating an old soldiers' colony -
Board of Trade, la la- receipt of a sunstroke of either man or beast, has and sold tp;>> the colonists for the sum the..l'enLleman-maklnlr the -aale MADE ESPECIALLY'FOR{ T

v check for 8100 from Mr. W.c. Parsons never been known to. occur. It Is always of 1100, that' Is both 5-acre plot and being Mr.,J. M. Wlllson, Jr.,, of thl# .OSCEOLA' HIGH. SCHOOL.

** donation to the advertising; fund cool'after nightfall, tbe thermometer town lot, and every acre sold will be city. .... '. '

)\\of<: the Board, That act of Mr. PartY' invariably falling to 70 de- subject to the highest; state of cultivation Mr. WlUson. has for years lent his '' '
gress, which makes sleeping; perfectly fore has been stated above all efforts
:'sons was no surprise to the citizens of ; as best Cowards'locating a colonyin -
c ''Klsslmmee, for be is knowrr-to be a comfortable. Our winter climate Is one the land lying in the Klsslmmee. valley this section, 'and has spent much
perpetual spring for It Is the'rarest. ||Kissimmce
1 'man of broad, progressive and liberal will produce abundantly 'of anything money And time to that end, and now Drug: Companyr
4 occurrence that the thermometer reg.inters
t views, and who is ever ready to aid planted. that he has been successful beyond tbe
as low as 45 degrees- and few
I .r most.. sanguine hopes of his friends
any worthy cause. Already quite a number of purchasers
are the.days wben It is necessary for """' ""' ''''"''' '
There are fifty honorary nonresident I. ottbese/plots have arrived-in Kissimmee .the whole town and county pie him s7 r ,
members/of the Board of Trade one to wear an overcoat to keep warm. ,.and' train brings additional I debt of gratitude.; Mr. Wlllson has I
I The third-productiveness of spills every an I 'real ......................... c. -
who own property either Id this city ors one or two, so anxious are been connected' with the estate ,
j, County: ,. and as property in this sec unsurpassed by any place On the they to get; possession of their property business in Klsslmmee for' the past i. ] : #.'
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face the this
globe. Beginning
tionias very materially)) Increased In and begin; trucking It... twenty years and by his unswerving; i limy people '
1 Taint through Judicious advertising on city and reaching one hundred miles The locution. ( this devotion to "right, duty and honesty = of .
, of colonv here'
south is tbe famous Klsslmmee valley, has 'won the admiration confidenceand .
.T J.,',the part Of the Board and a general means much for Klsslmmee and much of all classes. The transaction I A BiNK'8 CAPITAL AND BUKTLUS ytg
. respect -
t the land of which Is capable of producing Ie) that PrOtecw the depositor from low,tbenfor.tb.lant r tt U the I l !
'distribution of the Valley Gazette .
and It
: more abundantly of fruits, vegetables for Osceola county. t In the nrst place was a-blg one, requireda .rea..r protootloo the depoaltoni Nava Thli bank ba.a *
which contains articles weekly descrlpVlive it proves to the thousands In the north big man to handle It-such a man is S" Capital of .-.. CIO VN.
; and field Rib OU
crop than any other J. M. Wlllson Jr.
,- Snrpltu toad ot. 00
- of this locality, those membersV'were known section: In this valley grown and. west who are castingabout for a Stockholder. liability. .,.?... 4O.OOO 00 I w+

' tft appealed to by' the chairman of oranges, grapefruit, lemons, lIme., place In the south to make their. future STORY PROPERTY SOLD A total of...:. .,..".1114.000-00STATE .... b
finance commlttee-of the Board for bananas home that this is the most favored section ThlTh w. must lose 1114,000.00 before our depositors eeaid Ioae a .J
plantain, peaches" ,
g is, a contrlbutlrf to tbe fund being raised pears for tbe company selected it after oaDL Thti protection U for YOU.
strawberries'pineapples, cane, r.
k'' I' ",for the purpose of still further ac- tobacco rice Indian -corn sugar barley, ,' making; the most: thorough; and' pains Orange. Grove F and Seven Hundred I BANK OP KISSIMMEE t
l Jt.q"alnt1ag"tlte outside world with the bu'ckwheJ .taking. investigation. In the tecond 'I" (t d
cassava auguaoctesalligator ,
r'F W any and varied advantages and opportunities .( pears), pawpaws pereimmoos place it will stimulate business In all Acres Sold to Grant C. CdsaL_ KI.'KK. eLOR10A."" l" .a

thin townXand county offer ,- plums mulberries, blackberries lines for it will "bring thousands of Another blareal estatedeal. which S C. A. CARBON JOHN H. j Lift B. tURSON. "mCuhler e,1 64,
jthose 'seeking"homei" pi locality people here who must be fed much to this S Pre.ldeat' VJoe.Plwld fi."
bousedv means section was consummated .
a ; where life Is one continuous pleasureand and,guavas huckleberries Deans, cabbage raspberries, s.quash, figs, and clothed, which will call for more this week through the agency "........---....................\.-.-.-...-..-.....-.................. ,J !"'. .1

a. competency can be earned business men end more mechanics. i{. Meek ".
tomatoes,okra,celery, erg-plant,beets, of Mr. O. who told to Mr.
t r Our local business1 men have sub cucumbers lettuce cauliflower sweet In the third. place \f\ will 'greatly; .Increase Grant :E. Edsal of Bethlehem Penn., i 9OC0< (XXJO X)0XXX>0XK>OCOCXXXXX3<>0<)0IOCOUOOa 'K
/. scribed liberally to this fund but I it the value of property, not only the and chest
splendid frrore .
and white potatoes, watermelons can- property \ C.IA. CARSON. J AiCaANPORD. 8. U LUPFKK. ':
requires considerable money to suotcessfully teloupes citrons and peanuts. In addition in this Immediate locality,butth rough- !seven ''hftndred acres of land belonging P1'" .>. Vkw-PrMldMit. Swiratery., : f r:.
carry Into eft'ec'tbe plans out the entire county. .2' to 8. B. Story situated about six ,
u mapped out and It is hoped our other 1 to the fruit-bearing species J the Our town and our oountr will mile northeast of Kiaslmmee. --, "
members will their pepper anu camphor tree and castor grow Mr Ed,al and wife-- accompanied : 'i
see way bean .and. prosper beyond he- fondestexpectitlons by ths of the Mr. andMr |
are -easily-grown; The parents
.r_ leaplofollow'theexampl6. r1rI"r-:: fruit'and ve&etablegrower In this valley of our people, and before .. Snear, have been Kuetti,-a t"ttyeOrayiiooe KISSIMIVIEE LUMBER CO. .
)' r 'T rlona. and If not for the amount of can Another twelve months roll around for the past two weeks and :
4' i'x$100' for any sum th'ey may feel justified employ the entire year In the Klssimmee City and Osceola county have already. made warm friend of a ( i
production of these various enormously umber of our leading; citizens, all of "
.In contributing. '
,, profitable crops- will have taken their rlgktful places In whom feel that thacountv Is extremely & j.r ,

; The work of.developing the Old HoHt =- This alley-lies over .what... knownas the front rank of Florida's progressive- ,fortunate ill tecarlng such a desirable '
nad populous towns and counties.. addition to.our citizenship. Rough Pressed ,
; Colony will begin next Mon- the Kisslmmee artesian ,
dlen on basin, water Is Dot'Cmlna'It Mr. and Mrs. Edsal and Mr. and ,
,i day In earnest. Contractor'tj. F BasstMRlnclnK in abundance being found at a Prosperity v Is here Mrs. Spear will take up their permanent -
+' the construction. of a six- depth of from 100 to'130 feet, while In ,now. residence on the property as apoaas Rine Lumber.; l

room; house with porches, and his Instructions ordinary wells water Is found at a Mayor'Murphy, wishes us to say that vacato.Mr. Story' can make arrangementsto : '

are to have It completed depth of from 16 to 30 feet- The water In his message to' the CouncUrspeakIng ; We understand that these good people .' s

.+-within Un days.. This honse wlU be from these as well as the artesian wells ; of the-draln south of the blink, he expect: a Dumber of their Pennsylvania .
"!-.;_died: for" 'the'aocomgnodatlon of'the Is pure and healthful vJtlsJmpoedlatelrin omitted to mention that the'bankhad friend' will also"oome here to .

h ':' gentlemen who are su' vevjAxjiadjilaUi : this famous'valley ' err *n r6uslf greejrib pay $50 towards ..:.'1';-immee ss '-aod--ti Oseeola county".- extend :rKla :'t fO SEBILI.s: A SPECIALTY, : ' u,

i:tlnf property, ... e' Seminole Land' and In- the expenses o(same., 'f, .- to'them a cordlalwelcome.. ,

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Dutjei )on Barley, Barley Malt", Charcoal THE MOSQUP; .uTfN1S .
and Education
Ex-Dictator -- Iron Pln .ppl.., Ar. IncT....d. f'rdol AreReipontibU > -
Expelled From Mar-' D. C.-Afte'r three 'Arnerica'A.ked'toJoin in'Rescuing for Musty: I : .D.ral
yfashlngton, : Southern With' seven bundr d' men
Unique by France week of-. consideration the Payne the' Chicago Ul-"We modern, Affleri-; -- Hea1-t! Authorities to Ihe transport Thomas has aboad
... .. Perishing Multitude cans
: are '
unhappy people Open "
-- tariff bills waa passed by thee house that have Campaign.4'FLY an Franeiaco for' .the Philippines.,
WAS CARRIED ABOARD SHIP of s-epreaenlative4 by'1\. vote of 217 --- the earth. ever Why"lived: "on- the face .of the man are from tho.tweirtu calvary

-- la' 161. Uno'Tenubllcau.! Auntin. of EM4HKABLE GELEBRATION/ "L Because we are the most'pros. ALSO, :ANTNDESIRABLE and (JSp,
a 'ruc. Ha No, Objection to' Hi. Return .Tennessee: voted against ,the measure ..__ ___ u_. porous people, -' Thy were, 'commanded' by. Col-
and four democrats all from Louisiana I I "2. Because .piielKodd.. ; -
Eightieth Birthday we. are the freest Boards
: people.
to That Founder and Com- Throughout '
Conntry H. Must
But ,, voted for It An attempt : cf'H..II' tb..Sout lluahUeU8 has; one hundred
Liveorjjfrom :, Champ ,Clark;, the minority leader to Diandar of the Sulva\ian Army. j I "3. nc .- ost high \I i to 'teirnat. I thouBund" spinsters and widows and

,I ---- -.- roioranUt: I Ihe biJl, wIth instructions. Messages From Governor:; .-' I h' educated... 1 lh. P..t. this' lJ alarming some people even

r' Fott..W.l'XJ1n'e ':'fnrtlnIQu-Clprl.) :: slg'imliy failed. '-- '-' So BQVS Profpsjni- Alb n tmAI New Orleans. Lai-The entire south 1, fu the state where 1111n.ttTI are qtecoflinloib ,
k ana! Castro ex-prcs.lde'hlof. ; VE'D1llUl'Ia, When, the bill actually was passedthe New: York City.-A message from I'W the rnlversity. of"' Chicago In a !.liantiiotdied U>e festive mosquito ,and The \Vomlu'S 1Iomestead4stioci&ttiOlt ),

wasP ignomlnlouslyx'iity.'d) trot the republicans cheered! lustily, some I General j Jtooih', lojinuer and comaiander .toreniunicaUon' to the Chicago Wen- tie ubiquitous house fly that they of- ia concerning.

i: Island of Martinique by \ he 4'Jfal'h-! dancing up and- down' -ilitj iii.ileu and or-thv.! I saivauoa: Army, waj read ;.an's cJub. undesirable citizens and that un 1lel with, their future; .

: governn1.ynt. Ho; protested tli)
a/CaIJlllt'.I/ cxjHili-ioii, but hlsvprolesu 1 Hjack.I '' 1112; half in honor ol Jiia elgliJ.LII ; \M profeuaor"make; for tinhap-i iI I ponbltlpd or frequent the latest t'lulclattl of Ur.'hBheldoa ''I

worn 'Invain.. H,' 1 III now oiW board I:I' One *6f f the / changes. ftfeuic biriiiday anul v
"E' ; the French' line. Htl'tlluHhp! ViersXllles, I! ( <
boulul fql' HI.t Natalie. . 'troductfbn was the pltrcliyf of pftro'leum
Tho" removal of I the?! former IJI'd oh I the frc-e list. Army ,tii.. Miueun-a, reud tile They flood society with prob-I bavd lot forgotten the' lesjon taught111cm 1 am tie instructor -says

f'.i, *lI. of Veii'Kiit'la( froiri the/ hole i Ainons, tile other Important amend- 'mel.age lo a pae.lifu I'ltiii. I was u"',hems that tax the-Tnlnfl"and"Bear the I in THUS when iho. yell6w. fever "and restd.I the unlversul
i IhL HI...lIm. i I'I'" Mil, 1 uiihout! ilK ill' 1'I nfcni-s uiai have been made (since .the t"luw ; 'lHol'I I call"'. 1 ,.",'_ .nl- unvt* j'LL 'energ
Ittl ikyped-i I I Ininicdidti-ly on llie announcement rtrt .canny from nre iiijiiiiuiiie.ji' un; ionuon, Iingland.-To I Ihe Ainerican ;- U1-h.t tia not UeKpalf. The IaI1t1 | so, all over life south, In the smaller \\u: have a. feed pipe where we full -

I! li.v lh t ) <' medical( I comnils-i I l'I'- MrikliiK I out t )the provision for lJc'Oiltciu| : AIOC-III-U! lit)" vabt for mlRory)' is the fountain of progH \..111a Veil / In the bigger It out, but there s a bigger I&Y _, -

111.11I. who riall;' a lengthy/: physical ex-: n'oSity on t tea alid toe' couutei t vailingU4ii.jiro 'is ; our oiipoi'tuiuij lor muiti.iK. last I 1 leL't'. Is bnly when men ,'al pic cities, i ( 1J1111) authorities arc; open- l 1)1115! where it will enter faster. we

am liinl ion (rt: I'll si II'(). t tl/al I he vvus< enlltrlv ,' ) \ !lM> on coffee. The ellni'Inatloifv flint it fur good tin tineiiine human ture to themselves whau they' lack 11111 "' ,'anl\'al&1 against 'thecTlascminators only think it along. You will J find

: ea1ublt'f' l ltliY IIwl.jw.c-& . v(>> ag<', p f till .maximum duty of :20 race. l ndow,1 with( m.lbul.I"," ma- i and 1 what I lhey.want. antr can work of all the deadly diseases .Bore patients who dOn't seem to be .

conimiKKiir\ liulioe. with 1 an esInViidi per ,l.'I'n)\ on chlOe contained\ In ..the' lenal lesources, enjuyins the iti- I up enough genultiedtssatisfact littu, -the mosquitoes wild the hou e able 10' ) alone. only way
# of .... niax'IniuuiS.( f and minimum I st-Ct ion of thai they accomplish things worth tic. Y all The
-or.e nondnimancl d I bounded c'uiilidenee has demonstrated
iliti, h hole! 01 ) U.iow a people while." J bet'l that .to do with is t jiroeoeeli'd 10'; ''il I (-11111111101 They'nl I Ihe bill. WHS also aigni hicant. I avoledwith I uic- tfonci-ntmied i I lie; moHquilo in not the only disease the edge II'r nest and then pusn
found (tho ox i ju-id-i' t I Ivlng In bed To'tho; lne listseie added 1 ever- llglil ol eat th and Kpieader. she -
lieitveii., 4)03mt'KsIIi WAR PROBABLE. J-U' rllhe.luey n over' just us the old bird does.Korce "
itl.d.tllllholll/ ''i hlie .111 U! iirciloKlecl (hat Si-en: )IeedlhtIi. duamJ nut oil, ol-an 'u\\ Vt a isnirao -I THETRt spiead 1 t (' ,)W Hut the hcAiselly them to It "

) oiild! mil IJJO', "., I tin carried, him ttjiith: Is ued I In. raaKlng. vurnish. The .I ltIJI'q I I" "oll "11111., \\ Ilt. a po'wei :, and. Shuberts"Will 1ms been vIed i.jtd--'oiuvlcts'd of Mrand try Kdvvard"I'ack 11 101:O.
dow II '.wln.u! litelit: I law lru\1] \ qu, in-tc-nded to r- the MI'I. who
a ma 'ftit. !, the) pa- you mlt debuntd to Fight Old Trust. < 1'lm1"f dls-ieiuinating( nalarla, live in
; Den! all i ihe "Jill) !, 'ihi.aK' lur < monnlni; dlBilinlly. \ hat 'wl you do with tbi.i I'V YOlk City.-The tevfr Ult "\( al other diseases .- .
nnd placed him \"'. str.lckin I out oiiSaciuunt of an in- annO\\1 icjoicing- over the trfn,
(in a wlielclatr. Offl- magic u you UI e I> 1)-CI.ue:1 nit-nt by I be 'Messrs. ShuUerl I hat no loss
d'adly. lelb
: ( t th'1'iiiKd) States I national I convention.I The so.i .. t tlicy have, the of -. -three bouncing 'boys-thg Irrr.
cmlser'orlli rlallo your amoitlon io withdrawn frol the heal I _< 111"1' dl 'II Dr. -$ S.
>; ('ul'"ln i ... I in civilian I dress IKI p.i )Johtiin the cotton eloih srhidi'which.U ""-. world, wnlh'r11 you lead" ilcsl munagers' association, is the I Ifrbt \'hI1 e, lie( (anions. marine hospital \11 of whom has created a deal ,
fil I tn make) him as tomfortalilo) was claimedul lii I Increase I surgeon, who f and the In the surrounding .country.
as utter of tart 11 I in according to the- l/ht/ ,
jiOKKlble.. and t then I Ihe .i"telier( WI18'Ihk."IIP' t the) duty of the IHnnley) Hill| severalhundred Kternul\ uualdonmenl and neglect of the :i 01 \ 1'11. will undoubtedly Trlllmt..a big i yellow fever In' (>5, r'gliar wbllJed>t of The day after the( arrival of the boysthere \ I
; 1 pelcentwas, -on ,Te d l, I II ho every duty le. : l\t 1 wero no loss tbftn visitors -
? I b)' four hegroes and ( ( ltu'atrIcmnvar.. laws ami (
I Ito taken out ef I to : j 1>r'llllol. have been de- tIXI"I\ :
the KlenmoT I ]>)I-DVHO| tor I the method of \puntingthr 10Ing / s" ..le"801'111,' | I al jhe I homVof the many
clock The 'ex-pieai-! 1f) to yseless tr.ivolnles'. c -,; ;'h. SfhuberlB. It 4- have 1.1 Th"1 are prnctieally the ania .
I I << ads the iloth thuinmt' 1 Ill. ,111"1 I of whom wove I.-... mother
d"ntlI'all S lurlousl.v IndfKuant,! 1 ; nnd in bag matte Jam sure wont I nnd I blush '! lunv, hen) llu fih!.'p1u 'JwIrn 10'' 111 111 the ..011111'1 cllli s awl MtfltOK.To I Ii lUl The
.'rLlr.lo !bi'iiiK-taken!. nhourd the Meniii- I\K in I Inn lirf>K,>lil. law. tIle \eiy nieliiion)01 MICH and II'; Hie inemliiis I I tor I The hi-" "-tlou t i Kvftilcllng the I controls 01 tilings it-I Hi : kons. vvu named William,
v siiini-s KIT ,ncjiorianon) 'io ; dinoiLiitte Iliem I (pdM'dof Klaw" & & I or) vessels which hold Ole -
"'rOIH" :-, \prejiared .\villten I .iJiolej.liatuiliiH (.f |'iiuka ;es ol tobacco \vas amendciiiiiluiiu ) "'"\\'liet'e can\lhI>0)) l lad m.v ;t Una 011 i ) XlniiiKi-mnn) i i, 'haTlea 11'11111(1'IX"I> Flolllal I dlli Al 01 which might be., hilled VI lilr"*wOl"1 liter (he ...l.ind .Jennings atl" third
: / < tlie net Inn : I U I with the present' law I liK i on.I' I 1'1 after Mi v un.
df the I '
t French !:ov1ernnient vllal. mumbling) woild, or uuis but lo I I" 1111' ,1,1 I fight against them Is I 1 lain must he (' \".' u.nd

., which l liaa been aubiniile'.l 1 order, I thai uijlon} luliela' may not lie t,II. ininhty, JU .1, hol.v iiid lull obeui- .all to lime be.t n planrr-dv- Hut -iii)) | seneiu'd wUh I st'M'on of al leastI I II- I h.j of. I II'. L'nnlol; You UK ofy"o .

to the" authorities'. hpp.! excluded from t.uch pachaKi'H'. The ,'li't' to Ins voinmamls the" tihiilieits h.ive taReie the inllmtive *. nioKtio? of vvlie 1( t the IIh tUund- OII/) ho, \ho. died KelnuoryJL' !

It reads ax followx, 'I) hereby pro.test "j" dsasvOiicU IOt 1 Ion was added I to va tic e\ of iiKhteousne I ,, ,puiitv.) 1,0 IUIIKII.piac- awl 'lit', > |I'J"J| ,1..1 I tb'inakii t ihe light tin; \, on hits or commons is notrjnnted. I there1 hI.. 1"11 fciiind I lila i, 'ullar
that it
against I ihe ac-tlnn! of the I could not be taken advantage a 1h"NIh I All (-15,0- "I I will
French 1 kiniUV-ss and slinjili I t\ lo sell-sain Oi" shull101 must be I thai upon I deathmil .
aulhoiJiliis.tfAljM44: +l(4 e in ivavintf;ol i for !hc,> JuJo ul miui-uld-tliui! In tirnig : .- -A. new jiuuja .q.' "*.*.(HII U. 4 .lH'..i Hue) therawrnjri.s -- 1.("ri- myliurtTit: my ) mid .
J. d1or
;4 Bio pul I by force .it I nln. and t the Philippine/ / free i I inule fI1 vorIJHITTIT itiHude I David) wht, 11nl' -
cm' lioaid 1 an 0111 t g clog Iwll Ililasco. Ha 1 'Milyeel to u All :ailiiloM I be lilli'd \5 itll cimioMliun -
I oil, jtmoiua : I in' tin .JU i to I the, .\1.1 1"'la1} .hal I |
t1;! pi (1\ it-ion) as UIIHIIII, "! thai tinrice j ,
veiwel. First. )hc-catiKP I WHS ill HI so actuul I rViili/atlim uf ;I \ Fisl I i and Ihe Shnbeit-I "IlueII'II'C1 cubit, s nnisi have retiiia-' niiide, of iiisln and olive oil,
Un e'liir : a'II"IIhl
the I time I amU 1 liocuiiKe ihe l will' not be admitted\ flee from( ":', 11 1. 'l., lOt .
'p act I Impei- ... V UI"I',1 e i t refuse ninsthe l.tiiiud:1 tum-'ibi'i., (itl.iliutI cointilnatlon
i lied i the inland!*. The countervailing duty 111111.11'1. <'iu ji' t)1-s .11 tu 1t1' 0(11 l'lu"e.ud
111) life st',-onl. because 1 linve < I I ii 11"I 11 I', wei'K'here t tl lm'I] i'lue I thai liecuin. s Milid (.11 i o.iltitg. and
( lause. on lumber \8 Hlrirken out. Illatlol 01 Jesus e "11"1. vino Mil III <
committed no offense nuiiiiiKt t tho UtAD. i lame naluial hu of \\ .
i to
KOVernment iV _, ) liquid
mini out ol I
bin a it" IUIJlIJl'on luavi-n \u si e-K aiusave. i Icogfloit Io
/ place
of l-'ra nt-i. and t the nuthorl-I vvl.nli it I is -'ilil!. drain, I '' iei t l 1111.: to I the in-nn
I \ F. 1Ijl' 11 Ih.1 'I! 111 fJ cind..
ties of :Itlie free list did not smccvodi Crawfortl Passes Away at
Martlnfijue <1ul"lagIli.,' time r'l'Chie tinMilface l he 1I< isjiiTi". as llt.1! do, and (lien
) aloim, I t'K& let lu lf".1 "If,1 "iII' ,
hat I was i l h")" dutieK mi barley'' iiarley mall, it us ;/,11,1 ujiOItF Hn Italian. Home' <
permitted to remain ciili-d( I fiiquoiil :and inter- I loin llie lln'iild ihe
on IIilli j'.ns to -
,,, CllU otil I loins CHI'' lit|t (oni iItiiautti Soi i "Id ,' li.ilv., olidtage,
that Inland t Iron.' ]iiiicaijiloB I I |' ) In eraies, alli1 Crawleid. -
',.. undv flnally. 'because. I the j 1.l.c"'h put, aiir.s (', J101101 "I, i l\en: l he wiilciu.e'd tlij, ,'iril I phv'liiaii u'a II pvilurmthe.
decree of ( ?'.II"", medicated! cotton, ami oI- 011' '"lld 1'n"lll, tin- .HUM Hit I. ' 1'I'. 1 .
expulsion) which oiders < 1,4 is IiVavllv, ,ihl| '
i ill ( haiKd task i i ii'icl- '
my I'hyncnins
i..viiu -
mu It l 'iiuli-s 'ii" i : I itt .pJlhluL <
deportation iou ( ollarn and iiffn as OrlgiiItLIIlii 111110 'H t lo I'niisi i I \ in H.I I II '
out of French t tertllory I !' Tim.imo.'t' I (llhlntei ininHnl aie ol' I-! -
jiio lm
> l
I compels i tin-/ bill were IIII'I"US"II." ( To retaliate'ajja.'iiBt put n : peiu ( and i ItIiltil\l' , i ,\li i e i.ivvl 1 'nil I I II.I! bein ill for some 1'11|> ' Y"'I
me to take
passage! aboard3 I tinautli.. nil LIt not "tt "- tinted iMiilal, (alive timid ; thata
) \ II
i t'iIt.
a 'ess..1 l which! will :: : TUII Is,'.' \\ lilT II ('UIIIIII Y ]irojlnlilis 1 inviteuii UP i.ihi i">III t ( '1.11 "II, 'II.*-, "lit, uf ini inpiunis, ( uf hia al , ] I"/
-, .iignin land me on |. Chi ' 1. .\ n<} nun' I the b 11 m s i I- it' ii : p upi'i i t inn as, . n ijii'-'t'tcdu
French the Impiiitallon) of American 1:1"1': an) tii'Ztillt.It anlv Ilall' f'elinil "I\K\ It I t i t.. which I tulljeilfeaiTi III.II.II'.1 .
t teirllory."Moreover. ; ( n'' -' ,tilt: i //.1 J .jis' ''llll 1 ) i > dip I i I. .1Ial. "in !,l in i I -,, ai' e OI".I" t hi-( i 'irt
: Jiller I loliacco. a provioas 1m I li .1*-,,1 1)11)1 t Ill"1 I,,' '11 t ilii' i i-.i] thj( li I I-- t Ui vv ,'al"1 him II.s illnu H > ..1 )'
Ihe-e I ooiiliHoiK( ( ) asldof. \ !< | I I' 'I 1 v i' ic) 1"\\ it 1 "- t I thiskuiilil ,
111' | i 01' tind !
the case constltuieo a mill" h of iniernational in t ihe I ub.1i ('0 hedule, iiicreaKliiK! ,' luh'llJ a out, u 1..I II i- I iXtliin ii- ilium in an aiiaik l ol 1.11 iir s, i i-1 till i IH-HUM'S v,1'1'nil '< i I 11.,1 "I .tll
laws and dul.) on lUlrr iuiaiid Irom anym- 1"11' I"'.1 an I \1"\1: lladltl utj. ,i 11/,i I 11'ltl I e.iini1 i 1'IH'"i "IIJI I I; '! I c.pji' ,
I a denial uf the >!1" I en-' 'lu KM I "1-11 tbe reieia Washington
of tij \s llIdllloll1l/ >1IS I the inipimatiunot 1"1,1)111.1. a"",, 1"1, ("I I' I ii, 111.- entire I I lainilwere. t l"r"II' ,"I ]
rights individuals. That Mich a Ij 1 a t" ( |J. lir vvlm'i!i I lucid( is I.ej I and ]I''t A nl-\\ "Old)! ( ;jlm\1 t i-- pi Jin--" 'I 1 .n
., thing should have I the .\111"111'11)) t Uibacco. e iTomonv 'I l h-n. ->v I.I lhnifr <, '\111. novelist 1 s lasi t words', were : 'I I II 1 n
come'to pas' In I I land Mil I ii I < einlv_ Iniu diiei, d bv t l ,
I It' ..n."ill" -
the land The Inieinul iL-kenui'' law was alonmeiided woild asKs I 'In \ hittt( ( (''unti I > till 1'111,1 iiittt (eieiiniv > ]
and which from>saw; which I the bh came I Iii of the.I Hsephlne. > \ so Ihal i -IUI'I'I.> of tobacco) 1 IlluJ. t I''tiC I IhlllK d"'III.c" I In I l.'ie 1(1 .\1' ,.11111'/1.... (KuiKbtor, al his re the-In "N-iic I ili-o 11111,/! < ] '1 t me and h"11< insistentl '"lol', .\ut'imi t I'I Ohio to aiiioHd" tho

inspiration and will not have Io paj u III nllrlH'luJ''l's'III lei ut the Iliblo 111''I li.ilh the (IJ .I. l'al to) Iiiln Plat'l ina- 11'1 ;11.1" '1.1"1 of tin revlsid1:111110' II hi' 'llelutix
iiresage of liberty, I I l\ '5'4 tinelnldien! danth
and at the hnndu of a people who "1I>e ii| "ouler\ to dl.>po and '
Laeeo. ':\meilea.: [ ;.ugl\ him seieiillj in 101011111,1"1 11..1'I *
shed their blood by toirents* hardly I IIlh.UU of( till idles laid duwnnulbi'i'ltles 1 A I/'W Im, mall) jn of me stars.
_ _ l here % ci several I technical I ,chanK- "\VILLIA.M: 01.11 It -
a suuKesli'd. Thej vvnuUl bu
century ago lu maintain niiJinniireil HvUTl. I.I t- I ar-
| j T < 11-"llh I t I
I <'8 .lu the steel schedule, principal) :Mi'shaae-s e ablod\ I li; PA UF $1,239,088. ThJ' lint .
the right. unit, prerogatives of man, / 1 "1'1' : "O\L'11 I univ, insiiii-s enie- oif the the b-iI iig.'ii in live arcs t ( be the a.ilcen
la Incollcol\'au\' ..." >. downward, and lace ( iirtalnu and net- Ors and 11') UI in Ihi. I 'UlpJ y' loeieni'iul American \ ne\l jreiie-ralinn. but the c-tiililrc-ir are.jiilnall.v of a T' ulal pcnlat"n. t the railniH of
I tin iiR( liini'H eie included In the t ( in gar RefinIng Coiipany
Paris, 'rallee-The rcluin of ; luulh. EII."J eon ratii- Settles Vv\th the Government. Ii. ; InM MK-lliii; ind cuinerlliiK"ihe -the arc, lo \bo "i-iial] I lo one sido of
tro Is not regaided here cas'j l wlikh permltH the eiiiry free 1:1111: IJI)1 on lila illt"ll ,uuil\o," tin-, pi-nlamm" A.: to the
as of ( of duty of lace :'w Voik I CTvO.-Ceilli-cior Loeb an- ir l'a""II.' to I bi"iff 111 the gieat 17: of thosiais .
machinery prior to und
I trilnile
: importance, I the principal: object of btJ > pl.ln\ io \Ull: r.ojncedtlial lilt\Auiiu-ult-aui Sugar He dl,( 1111'5 of .' I tinbill |n-esi rllit, s that their
May ) Hides I 1111101.I
_ 1. I'JIO. hoblery and were lead lioui ihe .
French goveinnnnj being to i>rei'cntl globes were left as leportod by I the "Iu i. linlnx ccnipuny ol Kew Yoili; has cermI ( c-ifurso.. ) I II Ih. iltles.' ) a rottlilatly ladlus .hal \be "-i-cjnal lo "oni'-fourth

_ the use of French tei IIIOr as the coniridtlee.I hides renninlin I free lI11dHVJll''l'd RAILROADS LOS MllNtV. : |I"'J IIHV 11111 ol \Jnduty line1 tin O'll'' d fui e (it, ,.aiiitarv 11.111 111tuice (thim' clli-l.ince'*' (if the, stars from center'

headquarters lor a revolutionary [ ) dUI> beliif) / liresenled for 1'11111( on the roHiiiilaiion] ) i of itssifKar I I llie I) I.IVVH I In I tinsinjilli'r.I c ItieHllie .to ('''"1'1 1'1'011"\1 for adding new

b t, movement, and ji campaign! by (.'as-1 r! gloved and stockings. .Panic of ,,1117.0 Caused Less of i .111.I '.. in coiisetjiit-neo-) Ihei 1"/I.1 |neser\liiK' i inlcs aielu'okeil. Main' Iflr nevv stales mitlit illlitadis

tro to recapture his lust power In .. i 01111,01111 in the I iSiitiel' Slates Il'j I 11 slate ollh cisin by extending t the arcs.Ni .
$330,000,000. -
Venezuela. There will .be no opposition ) ) I I- fund l Fur Destitute Mothers.LOH i iflilrairn :( Ittticolir. I WIIH ullopt-d i in [that I e ;oiipi'eilon wlili I I I this cnmiuluii) ws fieeived I fiom, I the Sprlmrlield

_ made to Ills landing or even II-Al M.IIMII-., "I", ,. i IIi "" llal Ih", 1-0..'. ,.,,. .1. ..,'u'.'..IId il I r, 111.1..11( ; to11,. that I liuseiai.s IH.-,', I I.. It hal "1.,1,1",1a. -. .f) .

to Jils remaining'In Fiances, provided I Ahijcleb. Cal.-Her ...\ !itijUtl IeS ( tl 01 itt iCS Anrencai' kaii \a> s ( I The 1 '1., amounted $.H \ whleh I1>i(rt"11 -(- "'(- \ lurni'-hoil with two rlflei which

tio lives peaceably. It is regarded, moved by what wltni-ssed" aa the for I Die jonr "IJI1'.4 June Ju, I'l"at .r !itt l i. 1111i a tola! of $ l 8!*,("': I ihatliatJ I lul\ ;111"11'111)| \uil'tl ualnt-t I I ihew i airy oI-, t tic lights on either side of
however, as more likely thai Castro -wife of iit Episcopal rocltir. Alls. HaJitr compik'd( b> i hti 'buieuu i. l.wa l.- : 1 ,
\ It -- -.1 I 1,1 1< Higot lgi1 11-lIt J. tf will disembark at Hanmudcr: where P. Lee lias deleiniiued to jstarla ) ",'lh aid "1111"11"'I inmieJiUUllj I-I 1"Itt-I d I death Ial. 'and I ino.,t ediniiiK \11"' by n liatleiy I under i the stock

]rt "i. he will try to charter a ship. moveuienl in tlitT interest of destitute ; Uu-e by Ila.ul) I'lionijiuon. tile Six Lives Lest In Steamer I Iji I and eu'ouragllg' det-n-abo lu Aimy uilecls -do not profess to know

9,. Copenhagen, VenDlark.'fhe'goV- mothers which Is designed to" be. manager of toe lul au. J report Orleans- La. fr.Xew \Ilw nun)her dl'aRes, much guns, but it J8 stated
mment has instructed the come national. '. says; -Captain" :\>!cvpral o Ihe .'
governor - ( Jjirgercities; have
a- test of
: '- of the Danish West Indies; under no Mrs,' Lee haj enlisted under her _."lii8le td ofa decrqase of only 'llangftii" cif tho Uult;Fruit company sttueuit' antl-wt-ed S, Which -be.t' darkest', night .
.0rllnllH Africa
circumstances to permit ex-President banner Mm. Chalmers Smith, ,president lG4,4b4.)41!) .in gross earnlngu
,i Castro to land,, ia that tenltor", Tbesq of the Mothers'. .Congress which 'result of Ihe .temporary iiIancialdt3! >rt.d ', Iliq jojta, EX| or.\veM3_ under iiennlty. oL lIne und t where\ I a- result of Ilrol.'t' _
has du e'mucb tile an; explosion onthe'1 '
instructions were Issued1 lu response for relief of Indigent pression'- 1907-Oa asct fortl'Iu the /a' lfltlilisoblleflL' In 'Borne places the golf night' raids .by hion*. If -v. '

to a cablegram from the colonial offlclalg motherhood. Hundreds of preliminary Income( repoit t Interstate ,Humtulg-Alerlclt steamer gailim -I II Wl"'lh. nut ht.4>e- <-ut when 5 Inches ;Uho rl'On can <1'1 what they are
Five, expect-
inquiring; as to what measure CBKes have been relieved and commerce lor I the I 1110n. negro IHiKii'.o I all, In ot
: 'olnll"blol hugrc'ai er lutllude is pm'r-. I- I I to ili\ and I i-ndinltied I tin",
and ,
: IliejT bouJd. lake In tbe' vent oftro's' Cas the "mothers' lUnd as an annuajpait year ending;' .IIIiI*' -30)), 1 !*/11, 'the I I I 01 llie Marina I 111f'1 .__ h 1, ifToctlve only I iignlil-t! tiig Voil
1UIII e [binned\ I dialb In the hold. Tlie obji : ,
of the ; .
"motheu' .
celebration or 19O7 1
to take"up bin. day" III lus.i
attempting Kheultli
resl- le..uled a ; cil ( ( hoard t I I I 111 one "I' uf I ,\ ill t Ininaiiiifac,
'deuce at'any of these ports.SdUTHERTJHLMBLJtS bays Mrs. Lt'e.11I undoubtedly $33u, lMHH() ). 'I Ills siatenieiit t hilI don I Ilu111' I' eie stubd ut-d " 1 Ideas wstli ollnrs.. d.\.I' I 1:1"OI"I for I the hl'l -
.' prove oye of the most sacred chan- a table giving the earnings, i Hie I ( II dUmlljI' hud tJ"1 dope I to t tno a ';' .teiii\ff ,flefi-nne against IhlK II' < my.
.: PLEASEDTariff : IUI' sli'amor, large I"t ullf'J'rl A 10) hOI")', woith t poihaps ..
ties 10 which toe people) contributed. twelve months cndlni; 11 1llll0\I Ijoci.ijo. ,Unease it timIng ly $1 Impo -
'ol'm I'I' J", grit 111 worked oijt.ALASKAYLKON
: -'-- 1S08, when the lull ellect I ol the hnsi- jiilm-ljially, Ii 1 ''h! ted to the countrv will In- t lard

Fight Was Won for the South Crime to Kiss Lhlld.. | depression became, kb-n I, oveil.jaiel and. much of. it losl. $3o, just ihe name ;ih a living thorciiiKhlirecf .
Sr'. by Representatives. 'neb the "il -- I, MP. racer, If the Pajno tariff
pieioding I twelve.I -
''I. Washiugion, 1). CSouthern: repreff lloston, Mass.-"A mother who B\-\ avoids wll error of InciudliiK 'Ihui fug Lp Treasure. Design for Special issue Tk ApprbvedBy bill becomes a law. Doll's clothing
10'... a blllAllt\el' to kins. lier child irt tle t the lu-:
; : sentatlyoir'ln congress expressed unbounded test mouths in railway lnnlory li. 'the Lcxini; K) .---\Vhultaaaktiig a. Postmaster Gene'luhlljtul. ai.d (tII'1111 will I, taxed at I thotame
just much .
as a the
; ,*-.'{ delight at the successful out- as woman tall )eaWIt, hi the 1"111 O'I h.s t 11'011|' hole in an abandoned. lot work- \ I). C. I'osfirnaster rate aa t those of won>en. IJx- )
dome of the fight the wuo plates 11<'1'Jlld in I the ptxthof 1JI ( in tho
'il .to put on free toHowed it. i men discovered a brass kettro ('0"- HI'heO'I, has apjiroveW one jieris foreign bti) lug departnirn -
' .: of comrCerclal fertilizers. may be killed, _declared Mrs Mar I a special I UKue of Imxls, retailing al
| shown io have boon $l ll'i-! apparently had been bulled for half tnnIIIS eonnnenorallve present for a few
.- auce the southern cotton farmers garet' (Jrani, lornieily I un ICiiftlUti' houpilal' 541,410 E'arllngs.H, II"tol<1 of $ aa 'II "'ltury. %flf theepositftt1 Alaitiu.-Vukon-lJuclli\ cenlH, will become an .'x".u.lve to I

-1. are the country's largest users of fertilizers nurse. Allotting t.traiigcra to jiveis in Ibo (' ll,05IIOt.'Statement.lilt' | The lot formerly belonged to J. C. ?. ,Import into this country as this living \ ,1.
iI they would nave been harder kiss one's child U own more reprehensible \ 0111.11111 The new lwiuimala which J :
..J 2-cenl pahseiiKer. tare legislation! l.e\\llt, an aged peutsioutciwho diedfceveiul stamp .Is rectangular Infuiru they repreoonl lu mlni '
.L bit thau any others b; the original than' those who; kisd and caused a loss of $25OUUUO() ( iti .gi-ois years ago and It / Ihe uuppo- and of the same t-l/.e u. t hal laf\i e. "
provl lon In tbe Payne tariff bill foijdlu dogs. -. '" t issued to commemorate the Jamey
putU eurtUngs although more pa..uuiiger.swero till loll thai he -burled the money. Ac\jrliig( the large department ,
< > f a fO per cent' ad valorem duty turrlcd. Tliln IH aceounleil for I The lot was sold at a commis tOWI) ejiiosltlou. Panels at the lop ctoresNf having Instigated 1116
on imports of sulphate of gotash and May Get More Jalary. tale and bottom respectively the OPo r
by a reduction hi average' receiptsper sioner's leeenily for $116. conlal sition olV, many women -and nysmrl-
,1 muriate lot potash.But' Washington. U. C. laaactiger mile on U4 I words "U. Pontage" and "Two (-ill| men" 'xKalnst
-A 11 lend of Jhe I per ( tint of the Increased
luc&ily for the south. Ibis provision fourth close postmagicr baa come the mileage front Hol4 cents in iaoT I Child; LhargeT With Murder. t I Cents.. In the c"uLel ul th<* slam!' jirovided by\the Payne dute/on ,'

wasstricken from the bJjl! and forth in the person of Representative to 1/J22 in iUOS.T4iu Clinton, S. C.-Thougli only six I Ihe larger part of a circle rests on wonWI II Klovtiij and lara) Hopfebemallve ,

h) these commodities w'ill continue to be. v illaco of Arkansas, who ha;1 introduced heavy lo-is In net earnlogs !s 1 ) Cili4 old Fred Hell Is a prisoner In the lower panel, and encloses a ribbon I Seieno. Po'nf. chalriuan of .

hzported- tree of duty. The sexy thing a bill to give 'touch otllclala as Partly accounted for by the expenditures tho Union county jail with the grim bearing flic Ins'rlvlol "Alaska tIle hoube Ways ')Juid, iiieans committee -

to true of 'kalnlt. Thij action of "tBe'l compensation iOu per cent of .the. flrel of approximately $3 .0'.tHJ( ) ) ite.ctssltated -. cliurgo ot murder reeling against nlinU Yukoll.Pacllc. 1909, thl circle frames('. in a .uatenienV which will be

-, '> >ouse will relieve tbe manufacturers $50 of the, gro .'! receipts of his oltlro, by arbitrary linuvations' In j IH charged thai the. child shot the picture of 1 fur seal standing .on printed) In the CoiTKrVsgional; Kocord

; '" of fertilizers from' any necessity or sixty par tent c.* all luitlior rccelptn." accounting methods and I...< .>iu<-nis t end killed Kthel Thomas who was a cake of ice. On the other side of aSHe! ted I thai the '( "'I'S who
tt \/reasonable excuse for an advance In The bill in regard to Ibo hours and the stamp hi an ellijisa containingthe Iul' op- .
providej thai in no cas.* conditions | ,Once > eau of age, and because' 'JUHO( tlie dnllus vveie iWerejied
oul. in
''i.. . CObt)4 price of fertilizers. shall the compensation exceed: J-'io. of labor of certain clashed ol CLUuloveus. |II iiiln, the murder charge was Arabic numeral 2. with laurel rli'ins ulruld! which make gloves and
branches .
I I aa. background..PBBMIKENT I
IJf Ilougdl.I IQ"lcr) /
DEMANDED $35,000. I
Twins Cause - - -
Two Heaths.Pittsburg -

't-f' f I Blackmailer Threatened Life of Aaa Pa.-Tho ai rival. ol HERS A61N I S FHtED. I Polic- To -Be tarred.-- MEN DLLLIM; PLACES. he President stated a Diaz year of ago Mexico that he alhiough would,1

; '01\. ": .G. Candler of Atlanta, Ga. twins 'in the family of William Hedd- John D. Rockefeler, Jr., Loses Libel \ IX C.-President Taft President Taft Having Trouble To never again be a candidate, has ov

J Atlanta, U a.-Given the alternative ringer, a farmer near Bouquet, has Suit., has Ir.Mrucied Director North of_ the Fill Positions.'oshlngton oid id Jo make the race for proBident

la a Black Hand letter, of either givIng resulted In the death of the farmer New York City -The writ ol'\ haheaa -. census but can to disregard party lines D.> C.-|t was stated lie he la willing to sacrifice personal -

: up $35.000 or with his household and his mother-in-law. i corpus b'UI"'r in behalf, of ihepublishers Jn bccurilsulable men for super- that the mission to China tendered by dl..lrel. to serve his country.At .

--, ..JI. perish by-a most awful death Asa Q.O. The latter succumbed to heart Msease of New York American \'IKolt and other appointive, places President Taft to former Senator Fulton tho urgent request of the state

; Candler one of Atlanta's' wealthiest 'brought on by excitement and and Journal, In the adlul brougnt frndcr the new census act. The In- of Oregon 'had previously been of department" Washington, communl-

F; and most prominent citizens laid Ueddrlnger on hearing tho news against them for criminal libel on strlclo.n., I was said, have especial fered to former Senator Hemenwny.of caied 10 the London foreign omce I

I ', the trail by which 'the man who planned went to, the _'barn. and thot himself. complaint of John 1)). Hoc-kefeller, Jr., lefcieuce the south. __ I ndlan a. Fqrmer Representative the BrItish government has decided,
this diabolical deed was caught - --- was upheld by Justice, Geraid, and. Watson has declined four different noi io permit Clpriano

h- red-handed and is now ledged In jail Mrs. Ssmpson: Treed By Jury. the defendants discharged. Emma foldman's Citizenship Cancelled plureJ. in the federal service offered Jlresldent of Venezuela Castro, to land, former

t. awaiting indictment by the federal Lyons; N. Y.-Mrs. Georgia Allyn Mr. Rockefeller had ,c'oinplainod\, <'d of lulalo. N ;Judge Hazel In I to him by the president, former Vice Tnt at
and stale grand Juries. the publication in the New York American th President Fairbanks hs '
Sampson the young woman who haul t'II. : circuit court, granted announced The is
,: lie broke down and confessed. Immediately been l on trial for her l.iu here for of December 47 1 1908, of an article an pd"I' eapcelllng the cltiaeushlppujiers that he will not enter the federal service J pedo station navy a turbine completIng\ at the tor

,-- 4 upon his capture. some tune Oil the cnargo: that 'she had wrongly o<'uluo him of hl\In.\ of Jacob A. Kerner. Througn andformer Senator liemenwayof will be ready for tests torpedo in which

He is Daniel W. Johnson Jr., a shot and killed her liuiliand Harry originated a .,<(nug. dtl'm. to which this: order all right of citizenship' Indiana& has also declined an ofo. bay time Nurragantell -
member of MM Car.dler'i the erailo) cell of a certain brcuktutfood All three of gentlemen sejme during tho summer -
Sunday jamnon.| was aequitled and was luimcdiaicly BMI! all I laken Horn Kerner's wife hoP announced U U believed the
j 4. ttcbool cl a..s. Kivou her freediom.t.lcptiant company In Illinois .were ulKBed who is U m m Goldman, the socialls1 they wi continue In pollticp valuable. torpedo will
to have been subjected. 1!, leader In Indiana. I J"quI..lton to the
., -_. torpedo branch o Ih" navy
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ait -V \ Hilled l Keeper.le HELENA MODJhSKA LEAD. Mule Awarded for Democratic Gain. LIQUOR RAID)IN.MOBIL. That the electric waves In wireless

i'y4 Foot Business Blocks Destroyed In :Monie-a luVo telegraphy readily
a -"Tom. an elephant pass over
I- N. Lenox, Macs.Leno In I t thevinttr quam Lois of Ihe Famous Polish Actress Pastes Away Lincoln Neb.-Announcement was }'I'i Contraband Stuf [n Leading tains has been demonstrated moun-

. \. -Mass.-Six persona lost "Yankee' Robhi.onircu3 here At Her California, Home. made- al the omce ofV.. J. Bryan I Iffiat jind Cafes. aimy wireless stations by the
I sud Jn
their llve three others weru badly deulj ran amuck! and! seizing his las. Atigeles, l11-Madame helena Khmeralda counij, .Xevada, hav-1 Mobile, Ala.lli'slle raids by which easily transmit Alaska

d : .burned aiuk a property Itfss of between k. f'I': Chat ira ilcllew hulled I "h'+m Modjpslta. the turnout. I'oltsh irugedlcDno ina; made the fet'eateat democratic,! detectives employ of thc pro- miles over twe) ranges m'slges of 1200 J

$230OOO) ar.d $3uO.OU< ( was caua- high into the air and then trampled I and cine of the must noiciiactrtsen gain, in the eeflu of November, hart I hibition pary alartled ,lie 'city and lauiintalna. snowcapped IJa

'edby a tire I InsJIbe heart of-lhe bubil'"it Mia todeatii. The Infuriated beast of the Anie'ilceu sinte, been awarded the prize mule The resulted In securing large(' quaniilles

"ness section of fills town. Four buslvjt then ran through the animal park' died at her Island home at Hay City; luulo. 'AlajorMinncmascot, wa/ pre-1 I I of liquor at the leading hul11 and Jeers of a .mob standing beneath

.i -"> lies blocks, two >dweillugs and two uprooting email trees destroyed three OraD7e county, at the ago of G5, nf- Pouted to Mr. Ur> an during the' earn- cafes .of the toyvn. a Drltlbh flag lljlng above the door-

Other'etrutluiej' wera destroyed. ciicua wa ouH and demolished a ttr iiiiuesof about two mouths. piilsu by adml'"rl, and lie orer'e It The search was. made under the I 1 way of a Iwtl where guests of the

' Vti 'Ore is believed No have started budge abrouu a lagoon. 'Forty bullets For Huvornl days the had beep, unconsclou.t. a prize county law which forbids the i 1O" of Canadian of 10.10/ were being

,'in- Uis Clifford building ron spontavj were tired luto toe beast before It Ullghls disease complicatca best showing in the election. Ksmer- I Intoxicants for baiter. 'ie prohibtlon I unieitained, caused the hauling down

4 oua combuutiou. \ 1\8.8 subdued wltl was the Imtiea- county i is announced. snueu law never has bet n rigidly enforced of tho hag temporarily. When _replaced _
aUlil i of tbe-deatb. gain per : here since its passage, there floated above
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I I HEW. OF THE LE6ISUTDIf. Alleged- Makers of r FLORIDA ?NEWS' NOTES. .ONI(St1 L. 1 1I r '
.Spurious Coin Hld.

d,. j: :At the instance the---people of Oalnesvlle. Ga, Jesse 'and Bajiuel Thecrf> hag tauntgruilonr - I i' KISSIM'MEERIVER
long been {or little
lamp '
.j-; .Wllilston, s. bill providing, Jor the pwl'T though lifted l high j
Knlghtou,, Joseph. ..Hodg and Mason Florida has an abl1ndanc: 'of : ( void t abysses .of tho
t.i_ creation of & new county from the Warren .the' men arrested near N w. all.t'j _
: eastern portion of Marlon rich unoccupied lands which .should Could ln fnini rfweleaf! bldm ,
'h"f: and thowestern berry.- the weitern, section of this Inlo'tUa lea, .
: 'Levy be settled. The sentiment U that 1'ermine tb e oceans of I I :EtOtT'I'E.: '
1.,1. portion will be Introduced county, a few days ago, upon a charge the most desirable class of ..immUgrants 'immensity} 1 -
fi" In the legislature of
; very soon..The counterfeiting were arraigned before (" ''d) chord .
1 "" tine wound
) In
; ; : fight-.for a division pf Hllltborougb. United la the American farmer, The melbdr I'"> far '
j States Commissioner'
A. That
?,?,, county creating IheVpropoaou M. Cushman. which event attracted a newspapers of the state and the literature ;paco echooj to the farthest slat. |H: : ,, STEAMER: LHUB, ; STEAMER I !: ROSIJADA; _

-. 'i;." new Plnellas county will baSrfuewed largV'number' of wltoossesi and spectator sent out br commercial bodies And' ,'el:' veer *oir!.oII"io.11"\ inffni ., Captain clay Johnson.! 8r Captain, II.1'JollnBOll, J'.
,"", at this session of the legislature.; A from the west end. Including! l In the' state have drawn Iho'at .Jin If on .n/!! frnKi-iT\t.\ Imrnioiiv of huUtt'T /' _ _
r:, : .bill I>providing for a division of'Dnde. a lIumber'' of the 'mo prominent business tention Bf thousand, .of this U '- ; liorles Uuxton tieiligin.. TiCentary4$ Regular ycekly'trip's;, toVBa. sing r *'..d return. Uosoadii: l."..a'ias'lB t'

creating Iho propoeexl new. Flagler and pr\>fellslonal' men of. tba the advantages offeredby a state me. Tuesday ,morning; and -oj-rlve' niaslmtoce Friday e 'flnln&". -

county will in all probability be introduced county. wIHi oa. soil and a climate wblth Allow I: " SpecIal Charter Trips to 'LAlt'.:' .I'd1o! bee ondFort Myere 'oa-tks Ui1is

TVIf and passed a. well as a-1111 Tho chargesagatnjt the Knlghtons" -of tour or even five.:; crop, being - - Comfortable atommnlf.rJnll..! 'AM _.i'.. *'A..'.;...,.. R.t.-A .aiAa tttf.t*A VIA ,
t providing for a dl\>/.. loll of peaotocouujy. was sustained according to the\ evidence -. raised within a year- eonttnuoua' agrl The mOlt picturesque; ; ,,; 'wid.ri4.nI ; Y'

,. .r},' .., it l Is eald that Columbia coun and they :were placed ,under cultures situated-and,' as one regards'most i coufcnuulx'RtiiinVllu advantageously I 4A Shoshone Chief.Washable'Was : I r_ Faiianger and 'rsight Rate apply to >. v, '.

ty has become inflicted.with the county bond of .fl. OO. each for heft appearance .
division. fever while'Iho proposition , at the spring term. f theJ United ,, northern markets. ....--.. I , j CLAY, JOhNSON 'SU. Proprietor, 4

I, '. to dIVIdi' Lafayette" county has States court, which convenes 'lit,, thto The twelfth annual -report of the Cool rriend. 'On "board'""IJllle.' Ki..lmm"-.

J'J -- !practically'died out. County .division, city In May. JQe Hqdgo wall more Florida.' Railroad conunljalon for :-the of (he White Man, ,:-. '.

10 create new counties will. reiuft 11i fortunate,- as his bond was much year ending 'March 1, "1909 la at hand ,
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a constjtutloual amendment- provldlin smaller -__ 4 Infqrmatfon in rfgard to operations From Q", i. tTow. -d'.. "F mnu" Indian c ': VyJ ,'.* . .s1b.W4 ? .
a rie"w appointment of representation The commissioner' "cbnaldert'd tb4ylMn. I and orders of the commission for that Ch.,, ,.- ill tit :\1"111)1. t,1"_ . ." i...:

--" +. Uaaeia-g-ve-e-&e--fuI--4eta4l--andI thorc1s -'-
-The 1Ifotr'-iaw-marbtt-"am1tl4-ed- u agnlii-H Mason Warren Insufficient v "
iMany jf lue I legislators' b-l1u.e oai I and ordered bin dUrharg-e an abundance. of tables of all kinds The, ComingSlavery

'. '1t is unjust to tax poor men and pov It l Is said' that.there are other memo bearing oil traffic and transportation. The Shoshone Indians, jived! long )

orty-Bli( 'Iclien! widows to pension WtI1I I It bcrs of tbe gailg. which has been With fourteen applications for par- ago In the Rocky Mountains 'but '

t thy. !and well-lb-do. All are In favor making and clrculat Ing. the spurious -tlon before the state board of they havw gradually moved westward\ -federal Regulation Working Toward Ful '

of pe-ntiionlng the needy vcteian uuare <- coin by Iho wholesale and other arrests' .at its April meeting none wer? granted .
until now they "live-on( the'weitern '
I not wllliifg toJte the .'oankereteiuii are expected In a (!uw dayj. : filment o'f Spencer's i.
side where there are two wonderful Prophecy.
-\ with t his mlllluna remain on. Tallahassee la 'to have "wireless" .

the pay roll.! Harriman's; PArty on telephone slatloii.Xov springs which send water eastward : '; '

Yacht, at TatnpaThinua and westward; to flow Into our two .
811310.1'111I1pn: : of
IJlllHboronifhcountj1 that the liquor question/ Is on Ey Raymond E. Dodge .
} will 'introduce a bill! -for tnegtiaimilcv I Fla. -Tlio V{cht Sultana In great oceans.) The water from one J
be that
". of 'it at' bank deposits. Tills01U owned, by K )IJ. 'Harrlntan arhI led Florida und It conceded prohibition noli* flows'through! the Yellowstone! Pal'k'to" t--" *UWHE _
are -
will I Ik' nlun:4: Ih.VneIull' as the here from Now Oll loans. A I party ot sll let I terms. That will the MIssouri Klfler, and "then" byway "(
plank iii# vricd 4 I In tint demociattcjilattojiu I ''tl'lgu'als of11': llarilman. arc ()nitoard lead to synonymoUH clear thinking.; of tho Mississippi and tho Unit, prophetic clmpUjr: "The Coining Slavery" In \Jerbafi'

by \', l.llluii Jeijjiliigi. lltviui.pruvitliiiK . ::: :, hi'adi'd' by Ueiu'ial Manage O..pd'Ihat of Mexico to the :Atlantic Ocean : Spencer's work "Tlie 111111'er u the State" may: .la the t
I I I Young erf the Soiitliern rail- Now It I Is 1II'OI> the desired ,.
national or Pncljlc
lor guaiunteB while the light of recent events be follows
other one flows westward paraphrased as
bank) de.pUHtts. It la thai the road. :Mr. llarrliuun may Joln.nhe up-to-date concrete bridge wanted at
.. believed 'ly lu IVnsai-ola. par l.uytoim bo built by,, the state or the into the Snake River and roll< ws Its U The numerous 'changes made to establish federal regulation .
JI'I l Iniiire, of I'Jl'J!)( :/ appioclule full) .
. t j und tolls to bo many' windings till at last It / business enterprises and others about to be njade .
--. the, meilu.' of "'ti( )li a lull, wlilcli In nil On K. II. llaJ'l'lrnnll'II''s'hlStlliqna.! .county, paid for by joins ,
1'l'ul'IIIIII1)' ) will, tie IJ."wd on lyIng here from I Havana anM --Now colk-cled then! made free., the ColumlllarrTnxr: ; after' passing! the will all merge' by and by into state socialism. .

In the ox cut the prohibit I'JitlsU fall Orleuns Is a .party of hIgh 'o klas An Important convention this I *cascades, flows smoothly for 150 But why may this change bo described as "The Coming "f

al' a cuiibMtuiiiini'i .i.iueni.iieiil I pi u\ .114lll'i ol' 1 llarilman I 1111<'.. \who! uri-. nick ill :, mciilli l I" that of county commissioners mlles till It finally reaches the Pa. Slavery?" The reply i is simple. :Nearly all ImportanjUbual-, -, ;

a, ihnroiiKh!: iiiKectlon I of Talnpa'It'r. iiud! good rouJs advocates at Pa- clflc ''Ocean. ness enterprises ,
: for on C-HM lion, lu il.Mci. limnIII') | are conducted through Incorporated assoct'J!4 :;
millal and hmjor facllit "k's. The Ui lat I"i QII I the 27lh. Bach) year adds' Because those aliens of Individuals _. .. '\
<1 liu-'b load Indians live on the regulated -aid! t tie\! 4 will lion olfi r r HOIIK"* !I"_ Is I li-anli7l i. !ba\lni; cotieu'cl Ion \vlllreports h to 1 knowledge-: experience'In I the )banks of the winding Sufike Filter of voters'are employed'by them. .

Ihlalion I 1 piovldtiiK 1 hilt 'I 11 lui. .siln; ,,i-.. that Harrlninn cimtcnipliUuaiic'quliliij : building! of liunl roads, and considerable they are* some) lines called "Snakes," State socialism Involves lilal'erThat which fundamentally. distinguishes; '
Ill '1:1: luiintlen \\h'r.. ] the Seaboard Air J.fnc. III Information will be made 'public but a slave Is that ., -
< they no* "XILl. Shoblione l Is I their Indian, name! lie labors under coercIon to satisfy another's desires SUp
tinIIUMV,' I aic tluliiiK KrllI1H"IIIIIII.I ill that meeting.Tlure .
I'losji- ui Minsol' d.ill j'ht.; luiti't" 1II'Jb0 of Indians' that for a master: '
WI substitute ?
usually takes its the Uoea It make difference.
diik-ciAr I of I president. any
I i IIIIIII"'IIIUIIud operation t a.ld'tol' ,
., in believed.ouM ) Is t talk of state Im-
Ugg-1ilIl.{ ( i> It H
4414| tlif FItIOIlBi111! character! from the head ebtef Ifhe niaUeia not tuihw slas-e--wlietlier-Jdj m1lster-t1I-'prtvat-e'lndIThtual-
- -St> het IatlfiiSatiuiul -
: ; migrationVhIlt' sompthhii .
u74Jtt. I a.a i-ChiVi :; Jl, .. .'. Is a inch who cares for Ills ruler. .
.1011. dlncor of the people
I be t ,.
ul'I! niajorit 01 !1/11'/ nii'iiih'.' ] done by the proponed I iAaii. for 111-
1)1 lllilll hOIllb: .M.-xIcun, Cintrulillliim; Hood o t !utai,m and loads them, then > To establish, nil ncmy of classified federal officeholders 'with power t_

Thenis! Minndl.sctib'loti Ol I tlic'onvld I Sun Krjiiclsio." clilcf cimtny... I' of all evident that prlnieu' Ink cans diaw they follow and do what he says |i iWashakle : discipline Capital" and Its labor, liable to "removal for the good of the: .r1 1

| liarrliuan iiiji'.i cv.. Jungen. ..lIIno.UK"I' more to Florida than was such a chief and his vice and authorized by
( 1 1 Icuhf S 1"II'm. II !la iHilnli'd) I immigrants any departmental construction! of federal laws to bind 0 t h|

out I b> Uli. uppoisliloii; that I Ihe convict lino.Clcsed of ,t the Southern: Pacific .steamfckip I, other agency. It pays .to advertise.All people loved and followed him. lie loose i in to give supreme power to' chfefs of bureaus appointed and removable

i should) be apportioned( It) 1 Inforl tho members of the Florida had a large country, four hundred -at will by the president for refusal to obey his orders. This la centrall ?l

> 'Six counties und us<*d in the ctjribtinclloii Quarantine Press association who.. at tended; the miles square! called the Wind River of power over every person so employed. -

> / of Kood 1 rta4ls.; ,itid! (Jtherpublu Sitaz6n at .Psnaaentt. meeting at St. Augustine, fast week, reservation."and here he grouped Ills Il would need but a warAT some Internttt-rdtocontent such "a* strike1
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i I iuipruvitiienis.) I should an) one agree in praising I the hospitality of Indians In small villages; At his against wages fixed by
Ni IVnsatola. Fla. The request a federal bureau to transform at one the proposed
closed ? ,
_r ol I til" proposed' good"roads. bill hf. quaruta.I tilt warm-hearted St. Al'.sustlnlans.
Uncle Sam had "highly J
I line I soaHon with I t the inailnu I has iii Ia) an army post centralized plan of government to prptect the Interests of .ib9iT' -
,>UbM'd, 4t I IM likely a bill piovU'lmtto Notwithstanding everyone was agog ,
1 Borvlce IH 'nowft'erllve here !and nearby, and for many years Washa plo Into a grinding tyranny like that of an ancient Peru under which" the'
the) aliollshluK! of lie I fumlct leastH.vMcni ,- with excitement( regarding the'ap .
will follow. I'oi'i Pli'> slclan Whltp. his foroe or" aaBl.Utuits . proaching celebiatlonthe\ editors kle had chosen to be the friend of- people, controlled by graded officials, leading lives lust ere Ina6 cte4" -

accompanied by customs> lutpeitors. the white man. of doors and Indoors labored i
for the
Thr qiiexllon I ot wore shown every attention and consideration support of the power whlch'refullthem
-> on I the disproportionate reiippolnlmotilhaiiK ripreMentulloi I I.-ft t the <-lty for Santa Hoaa that could be desired. \Yallbakle'a" a tall big man and were' left a bare subsistence for themselves. ", ,.' ,. ""

) In I tin1 lower -hotihi* of I ihr> tlicy will spend t hetlUWIlIIII' Some of our contemporaries remark with fine eyes and a great deal I of The belief not only of tho state socialists but of the "New FederallsU.7" ; <"

legislature;! nl.. ''n ''o I the count Ii's. Forinstance. tlou. Hen-alter inonllij at Iho juaiantlne! ala.- upon the scarcity of spring hair. He spoke broken English but who are diligently preparing the way for 'them Is that by political CuonlPsTv

Hamilton!' with 9,921\ i",imla- port will be taken i"\tiy by M'uKi-l.pilots. ) enierliiK to the poets In Florida. With spring distributed could make himself understood lie a scheme may be framed Into a system to control all enterprlsesj'.WltH "1

llon III I\lO."I. or Laki' ,'ount) W II h 7- station I for I in.spcrtlon. , and only wherei throughout; the alleged winter was a great eater, and It was alwaysa the subsistence and votes of labor. :':. \.t! f :r(

<'ijID. have each as many representatives i I v"Hselj are (tow a coastwise or non and InflltralliiK our summers likewisp. mystery to me how one Indian It. is a delusion. There Is no political alchemy by which yotf can, renaali< ,

I as I llillsborounh, wjlh jl.41ti.1 1 or I I Infected port 1 I will they bo given prati It Js difficult for the Florida could eat so much., He ate very politely free In a republic controlled by one utah power. .* lf'$; ,

DU\III. with -IT.'JIZ. or Alai-hua with quo Those from !infected ports dur spring poet to tell just when to begin but It was like a giant taking i ; .
.. J4.o"i7. ur Kscaiubiu.: with 3J.i>>3. to sing. VJ
I his food
IIIK/ the will l" -
; season held for I Inspec .4t
Tberu is &. pujjuuiliuu .. of .2J.70& (aeai - .
-- nl.'ver'a'3 a better outlook "
tlon -
| and fumigation at t the station Tile'country where these Indians :rlr = -
. li rej'i e-iciilatlve In HIlUboiouKU lin addition to being detained for five for the 1 potato crop at Hastings than lived was very cold Indeed. On i-o'jnt1.' or 25.: !<50 111' 1/uvul cr 17.UO3. '
'exists at Ihe time writes a
da s )befoie "'phI allowed to-come to present the
| stage drivers John
in .tlaihu;.. while theie are only 3757 Hanson always ,
tin correspondent. at that point of the
; wliures
city receive
to .
; I lo cueli i riuhi-nlullve| I In I.Ikean.1 "'lirges.Tli tied shawls about his legs before #' TheRegion ''
,. port phyalclun and his forces =New York PI.udu.eWs.: That station a.J1- ,
) !are
., only 4.HU'; lo 'H,,'-III llanilliuncounty. J I to occupy I lh.. new quarters, which alone expects, to ship! 130,000) bar- he started on III' trip, and he told r 1
Six ,' each of wlilrll me that
counties have terently been completed.; .relu during. till "\\asOI once Bill Snqoks. who drove
bus t wol't'Iie .enlatlves inI hi' leglslatinc. the before "he
stage took It, froze
I i have I...... t tlian I.'.OUtl) populallun } II Strawberry Reason:; -- A. of A.4he Murphee I niversliy was ol elcctqd KloilUa,president vice- both his legs when It was thirty degrees of Dear Men

I uch Four of thhc i nuntles have,
Ends at Lakeland. Andrew Sli-dd. resigned. :\1r. MurpheeIs below zero and that was ncth-
luie. Ct have 1111 uggrcguto iKipulullonlur.
) Uakelund Fla.-Tho strawberiy a I'niVcrsltj of S'ushvllle graduate. Ing unusual ; so the Indians
I .let. hR,'c uiii aHgifisute |1ojIuliLl) ton I Hea- were 1 Signs Are fhat It Is Spreading Every Ye
"' of about 3uMHilimn' than Alach U'II orKscambla non hutcome to a clone';, the final He taa tor < 'ighlIIUH piealUeni' of glad to wear furs to keel them warm. -

(# \ HhlpilietitB' having gom forward lust Floilda !State college and for four Now there was a great deal of goldin And
a. ''he of thitni; with ten t Men Are Increasing in Value '
lel'I'l' lIlnllv's have a .populationIPBM I week., Over 2O.j1);; ( ) quarts wore years president of .the Florida! Female the mountains where tilt Indians -

than Duvul'j In the IIKgrt: III". shipped from this "section which averaged college/; lived ..and .Sioux... Shoshonps.. Cbev_ . - -
--- -
The whole six do not much exceeil net (Ib/e growers about Jjo I cents The advice to cease talking about ennes Crows and others all T agreedto I fy Prof. E. Ji. Rps.HERte \ I
throughout the local
pHillsborough's lu lP01a season. The the "Big Freeze" is good. It scares sell I
tlon. There are other aggregate.counties which market l la still flooded with berries of off prospective purchasers of orange their land which was valuablefor ..o......... are signs that folks will soon case to be 'ag' ..
mining to government '
:suffer 'Injustice under the present apportionment the most superior quality"and will tia groves and land. It U foolish not to our and I1 market. .In what time a babe groWs t5 manhood, -.

but this wrong Is most until about May 1st. lorget that calamity when we- know gO wbere'there was no' g01d. but a rate of Italy haus'fallen a tenth, df Hungary an (

I, ,.; Klarlng I In- the case.a of the four men 'The, Irish potato and string: bean that only two great freezes were recorded -bountiful supply of; good water and I T 2 Germany and Holland seventh, of France and 8

,:1\1. ,tionert-Hlllsboroushi Duval. Aluchua croiiu are now claiming th.- Uentloll during the lat wntury. The plenty of game. .,_ '. . | ''sixth of England fifth; But' not frjjm hard time
of the
f 'ji.- growers and about next week freoze of' 1S114-5 were ,.ao wide-spread "Washington" ,.agreed'to"pay the '
-and E Similar'fraud, on, pop. For
you aU uld
why the'
..... baby of Austral
Irish l will be .> crop
; 'ular rights la perpetrated in the up- potatoes leaving this section that the l latter\ one at least was felt Indians for their land, and _they ::5. .
by tho carload.The season. has well within the' -within sixteen moved !L-f a third Why should the proportion bf.. 14WW-
I tropics
'11cr bOUMO! by the neglect of re-ap- away as they had promised, '
!been an Ideal one for all kinds of among Americans have!" fallen a quarter In fo..7eU'l' $Oj.
of Ihe In tact When
poll I 10Ilm.'nt, IliouHl,.. not to I hi HUIIICextent. degrees equator. but the money did not come. The
fruit and vegetable and! much money one considers the discomforts and Indians all around Washakle symptom of pressure this but of release-release

'III coming into circulation excellent losses with which the fiult .raiser or had ,en from the home "isphere." of wives from the yoke of husbands, of JS .
In with section of tlll1lt'lIt."I'al sometimes
compllanco yi I friends to the white
Honorable (prices having been received tor pro farmer up North must contend, the ; statute of Florida duct men and sometimes not but when
Park M. Trammel!; allol'II..Y general occasionally severe winter h the excussive the money did not promptness with which the millions have developed a sense of respo l lM <
come they
the floats o( the northerli" sun were i In; this matter of family bids us hope for A Golden
!. has submitted to governor Governor Gilchrlst Instructs ready to fight. Age when .the'si -
They said : "You
the floods droughts cyclones '
hIs reports touching upon the effectS will be laid forever. "
Sheriff to Punish Lyncheri.Penaacola. which to render naughta white men do not keep-your
are so likely prom-i
the the'last Tell Celestial
and operation of acts of a gentleman of a myrIad 'at Chinese out
Fla.-governor Ollchrlat whole year's work in those regions, ises. Washakle was the only one wiped
the and the
session of legislature decisions or flood and
you get the bland comment ,'
. of the courts thereon also baa taken a hand In the lynching Floridians should feel ashamed to' who seemed to understand that Washi "Plenty Chinamen left I"
; tempt Is natural wherever,
xuggeslioiu aa to needed legislation which occurqpd here several days ago. constantly bewall' the one disaster ington was far away, and that tho I overbreedlng has cheapened humanlt

from the Judiciary of Ihe state aa well State's Attorney Keboe received a let.. which overwhelmed the grower of money must be voted by Congress I \teeming Orient common' people seem .. little-considered a. 1J'"p I

,_ aa himself. One of the moat Important ter from the governor wtilch says the cltruj fruits and the whole state for a before It could be paid. He would ,the shooting traps. .Belng a grasshopper In.tbe eyea'of Others, the IIUI1

recommendations In the report chief executive expects not only an while but proved a blessing In disguise not fight so the other Indians were ends by .being a grasshopper his own eyes. Hence, In the easC'p I lct,.

.... and qne that will meet with public (a.:4J Investigation but prosecutions and by compelling the agriculturist angry with him and a band of Crows religion crouchlng-obedlence to rulers, wifely submission subordination of
: Ibo la that ofHonorable call vlCl king.8herift to diversify his crops and thereby I self to family or community- frivolous
: J vor throughout state attacked Washakle and his Indian. suicide philanthropy. ,Tb i
4r \\'. S. Bullock judge of Van Pelt received a letter within ten years make Florida wealthier west, on the other hand 1 II already the region of.dear ', :
.. warning him to use extreme cautionon than she would have been had Now Washakle was a friend to the Men; ,with Jack-/:
the Fifth circuit when he says that i Ing output of babies '
human will' '
't limitation should be "pain of death." The letter la citrus culture met with no'setback.. white men, but he knew how to fight. beings become still dearer. The'Black!;
Home put upon
_ $ the acts of the pardoning board "of the signed "A Friend" and stales a certain "An act to encourage the construction He met the Crows fn battle drove Death enhanced by sweeping away a third of the English people lathe' 14th;,century.. ; .

'. state. It Is hid opinion that the Indiscriminate lawless character who assisted of good roads In the state of them northward and they were glad so a-man's worth that serfdom came to an .end.- On,, the'same. ,rla.' .

.4-. or. apparently Indiscriminate In the last two lynchngs! thinks the )Florida by paying a bonus to each to run away as fast ag they could clple a lighter birth rate will' give the common people not only m re' DomJG.r;: .

I'' pardoning of_ convIcts has "bad' sheriff I"" too active 'In regard to these county for each mile of hard surface leaving their lodge poles behind v alue.'but also more. social and. political value-"The Outlook fol'- Plata' (:rWsVr

>, a great tendency to demoralize the affalpj. road; built' and constructed by such so. you see he could fight when he i In everybody's. ;- *%trty. '' 7'issv i'

of the slate. Is proposed by the Arcadia : ...
,, people ;, county" had to. | '. .

.: Sneaker FerrIs of the bouse an. McLaughlin la Ready Tn.. _"vt"n___.._, v.... that Hoard of Trade.Its ratification The bill by proposes vote of I often met this good chief and we I M M '1. ; I,. t''e .(
nounced the standing committees for upon ,
were fast friends. Once when I M ..
"' ; the session of 1909" The preparation Feiifmcola Fla.-Henry M c Laughlln. ;! a majority of 'the electors of the riding through the .
'4, of the committees has proved a long president of the Penaacola and slate the board of trustees of the Internal Park
Florida railroad. and fund be author he told me,of his latest battle. The j '
practically Improvement
and tedIous job necessitating severalleepletm owaer :t
nights for the speaker. of the entire line, which extends ized to bond the state In the sum 'of Sioux Indians had been determinedto &;..I .' .

There 'are thirty-nine committees from Pensacola about thirty miles towards $(a.000,000. It proposes the employment break the power of the Shoshones > .

:;. with" the Judiciary committee into two Mobile announces his Intention of a. state Inspector of roads and to defeat them In battle: .and carry I I Dream Food. From G/j' '

divisions A and U. each of which divisions \ of exte/tdlng the road ten miles the payment to eactrtteounty of $500( a' them off captive. ''Led by young Red
further In the direction of Mobile mile for each hard surfaced road i ,
', ; is composed of nine members. Immediately Cloud the son of the famous war ''t I
'' with the view of building built na a part of the state system '
Calkins of :NajBua gets the chairmanship chief a band of Sioux came uponWashakle4 P
jj of one division and McVVllliania. Into that city within a short time, If built according to specifications; but he had so drilled his.. By Edward ffathan, t)

of St. Johns the other. provided his present plans mature. '123" a 'mile- It not a I part of the tate men that they held United States Consul at Pat rat GreeceASHISH.

: -r our new committees. banks and 'J ho company owna ita. own docks system. The state system of good ..syery pass -

loana. Insurancecity and' towns, and here, which are the only ones touchedby roads proposed Includes! these roads: through the mountains and foughtso that strange drug'which has given oul 1'),

t., county organization have been cre- a railroad, excepting those of the Jacksonville to Pensacola; from Tampa hard the Sioux wereobliged to I I word "&II6alllln"-a man so frenzied by the drj j L

al"d. Louisville and Nashville and with to Plant City Plant City to Lake give up particularly as their young; I I compllshes murder-ls used by thePetslanj

\ The speaker surprised his friends large water front holdings It Is. the City and Gainesville ; Gainesville to chief Red Cloud, fell In the last attack I Fr-lI'I Egyptians In a manner akin to the use of '

N by appointing majority of 1 problbltlonlsu denim to build Into Mobile and connect Jacksonville via 1'alatka, Jacksonville Wasbakle received praise from I Cbhnte."It Is the product of a plant of .

-\. on tne two committees which with the Southern. TJits baa been to Miami, via St. Augustine; the Indian department for the ability grown Ja ? so
titles In the '
I Peloponnesus
-'4.must- consider the prohibition que.t1101111. talked of for manymonths. -but the Plant 'Clty to a point on the Jacksonville with which he kept. his Indians together i I I trlct about (southern Greece), in."tie \

N r" company announces that H will build and Miami route near New and the help he gave our ofll- Trlpolltza. The plant )grows to a bell li
\. On the constitutional amendment Its fii-st ten miles of tho track toward SmyrnaIn Volusla ('ounty.'Ia takeland cers and soldiers. L- -_ about four feet and its branches are thickly covered: U

. . ommittee there are five prohls. In- :Mobile. and that contracts have already and Orlando; Palalka via DeLand He ,I small leaves and studded with tiny seeds. .
was always glad to
cladlng$ the chairman. On the temperance been awarded for ties "and rail, Intersecting road tromIew In the Yellowstone! Park see roe. and The entire plant stalk and branches. Is cut within a 'few lnches'bfl

committee are also five phobia and that as soon aa the right of way Smyrna to Orlando; Hartow Junction sent Sho- root and laid out In the sun to dry. The branches are then !
be the work to Fort Myers via Uartow ATcadU shone Jack with a hand of Indians to rubbed to *e
likjudlng the chairman. can purchased will begin. ate the seeds and these In turn Ire )ground into a fine
and Puuta Oorda.Luclty ride just out of sight on all sides of powder which -- has tutes the drug. The drug has the of
Oovertibr power Inducing
allchrlst J.
appointed sleep
. When the Mexican steamer Sln- us as a guard. We were as saf In and JJrocIuctDCJ1e;
W. I'erklnsxand Bert Fish judge and Florida! It was not one of ant and fantastic dreams., Continued use of hashish renders '
alao sailed from Pellllacola"n>"conllyRhe that wild country with them aroundus Ita derotcei'prtand
solicitor of u>c criminal court of hose among which $28,000,000 was reckless' and results In
'I i, record a complete wreck of their
carried the largest of Alabama would mental
cargo as we 1 have !been anywhere and phyrtoconstitution.
,1-iti'Ibuted of
- of Volu la\county. respectively.The during one Presidentackson's "
the coal to Vora Cruz Mexico to two administrations, 11>28. else in America 1I 1 ... {.' .r
appointment were sent to
be taken out of this port since the I For this reason the Egyptian government has prohibited
and 1836. being a surplus In federal treas tbelmpo.
.;f1 fccnate confirmed by that body. xmlsvlllo and :Nashville discontinued I I''of the drug..and. recently entered Into a convention with Greece preritl
Doth JJr. Perkins awk Mr. Fish were ury. It la probable congress will calL to
Its two steamers runuUiz: 'between Safety III exportation from there to Egypt. where the -
f nominated! lu the last 'urtmaries. thu upon the slates that were then favored Flight. consumers of .tuAltMt-4

'. former as county sollcltc. defeating ago.1'amplco The and cargo Pensacola of 'ihe Sinalao many Is years for to. pay the amopnts given them "I understand, that you have Invented :numerous. The drug is practically never used In Greece but Ii! now;,

1. A. Stewart for tho judg blp. back to the general government auch to the various ports In England. Austria France and Italy
i; the Mexican government, which Is an airship that won't tip : ., and trot
being one of the conditions of the much no doubt ultimately finds Its way to Egypt. ''tV'lV
It Is pointed out by"some tlmt the now In the market for Alabama coal over. I > > !
gift. There were twelve southern J'
- license law i is nothing but a legIJucd and proposes to get .It at the cheapest states among the twenty-six: who received "That I. my belief" replied: the !' --- -- -- . . ".

of the laboring classes rate possible The steamer carried cautious Inventor. "At least It won't '
robbery a each a portion of Ih... uurplus,
It 2.850:; tons of guel and It I
Is. announced -
:;. therewill duubtluaa become. le&1II11f- the aihounu ranging from28uoa Jlp over while on the ground and I iv jballn't i
, that many other cargoes 'are to' YOTJ Ji SUBSC :
/ tlon enacted changing the same.", follow for Arkansas to J2,19BOOt> for Vir- been anywhere else yet,"- | ( : t

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'The"'Kissimmee( .Valley .Gazette .the When local-Spaalard'lakilledln papers charge the'crime T to\fDPaa tbeaccount gmmnmiimfmimimmnmnmwmmmmimmmmmjISeasonablel" )" " ' " ' " ' t.

: of .thd "nl.<>k .IIsnd." The The GraystdneKI8SIMMKE Plant Wood's Seeds : / :

PUBLISHED EVERT FRID Y. Tampa papers art trying awfully hard

,Office' Valley Gazette BulldgrigY ., to put that. town tar the city'class.hose ., FLA. rot The ,
', j KISSLMM !.08CEOLA.OOUNTY.: ;. ' t--who.were'awarded prizes by Garden & Farm. "
Lake Tohppekallga.. \ '.
the. Tampa Falrr.. receiving certifiCates ... \.
1' V. U., and Proper; ; HuntingFishing, Shooting, Thirty In business witha :::: MNN4NNNNNNNNINNNNNE ::: W'.10,
years _
HARR.ISE4Irol'" 1 ,fo'r the amount of cash due them Bathing, -. the exp.anatloo'tl1) t lot I Clock Baseball every '
with they can Cricket, : Golf" year-until ird have to-day one .I 3 \;
SUBSCRIPTION RATESI 'be paid until the. State. comes acroaswith Trap Shooting.' of the largest I businesses In seedsIn .

Tti ON.eopytony :.:.t.:r-: : :: :::4200: that 15000./ There will hardly Terms: 12.50 to 93.60.per. : day, this country-is-U e best of E HGoo4s' a. -.
Oo lx
monthiOM 115
y..I 121
oor to week.
vopy.thrM II1U>I'U.; ........".,.........,... 16 bo another State Fair, held In Tampa. per evidence as 14Ihe :

.. T'rit '' i' Friends- i Superior Quality :::::: .
All ixnnniuniotlolu., .>b..knedhithewritor.Z.i.etd' Cfpt\ from our author" *. The Tampa Tribune'says It Is for To Our : -"- -........-...................... ==
4' 'v.doaerrpondent.. mtt.r will moat nut,b. ...turned.unl_ anything that wjlf help Tampa and Come and, try a meal, at the I of Wood's Seeds. :::: :::
A Mad tor. hotel. Single meal SOc; 21 NN -
___ -"-'- alrahlliL anything that will injure It. : .'tll1"
meal tickets $10. Booms.. (1 per i 'We are a uart.oGrass =, AT -= .
Entered .t the Pontofllc InKU; .lfnin.... Fla.. M Th. Tribune has evidentlyforgolter' day : ..
-.d-c:1aaa mad "..tto... : and Clover Seeds == :::
thatit very strenuously objected to "
'---"- =- the city, a few months ago, cutting : Seed Potatoes.Seed OatsCowPeasSojaBeans LOW'PRIGEB. : '

Friday.. Apxf J 1'i'5, 11>0').* down'jJiaC-exiremel'v excessive water H., W.. THURMAN, i and =

rats But then tle Tribune,may can.elder PROPRIETOR. I all Farm Seeds. w:: .. ...., -

The Old Soldier Colony., Peter--O.- Knight to be Tamps. .( Wood's Descriptive Catalogthe == .......... 3
., useful and valuable ::::: ....... -' .
The loc-utiiitf of the Oli} twjldTer Colony The Hou J.S, Acree, Repr seDta- I most of .......... .
he establishing of the town Garden and Farm seed Catalogs. I -
( .
tlve from Oaceola county In the pres- Osceola County mailed free on request SEE OUP LINE OF ICE CREAM ...ti
I Cl .id six miles from this'city' .... _
,,( e>f t>t. <> ent legislature, la. cb.lrman'of theeotnmitne _
will 1.1thE' mean's a of advancing the oh game and a member of T. W WOOD & SONS E FREEZERS HAMMOCKS. M0... ==
I ..
lUHloed1 interests .of Klssiiixmee to affreater the committees on forestry, county or- Abstract Company I, > Richmond, Va. == QUITO NETS, WATER COOLERS,. ......" == e

.PxU-nt than would that of any (janUation, public lands, mining and I == g
t other character of enterprise' as it phosphate, canals and drainage apd G. P. GARRETT,. Mahager.Heal I . T =: REFRIGERATORS: ,- j
will also add largely to 'dur and ,
town Indian uJt the
alr some of which ate -
uniy'" population. most important in the legislature. estitfe '
Th< site of the town of St. Cloud, rides examined and reported on Sprigg Fleming
v which will'be the headquarter of the Tuxes paid for non-residents 'I\

colonists, and In which, each purchaser. ,List of Desirable PropertyAt .I carefully Instruments drawnCorrespondence relating to real estate CLEANING' I I STO FOBD G CRE50M GHHVE5 S

of n, 5-acre plot will be (given a lt.II; Solicited. j

one of the most picturesque in a\l\1 thin Close Prices. j PRESSING .

eeollon of magnificent scenery, being. I DYEING. ""d
located on the shores of East Tohope- I HARDWARE COMPANY .

kaliga lake, one of 'the most beautiful OB. J JOSEPHINE HHRPEROSTEOPATH I I REPAIRINGI ---- '--

of Florida's inland waters.\ It is on 2. .OO acres virgin timber tract of :7lltllllUllUIUIUIUiUtliltllUUIlU1UUUltltltllUllUiUiUIUIUL:
'' pine and cypress! some muck land and I I
the world-famous bt. Cloud :
plantation -
; prairie l ; a natural game i preserve, at j I Leave Word nt rnv home cud clothes .
made famous by the quantity and I returned.
N per acre. will &two called: lot and .

I etablea it produced when it was b 4ogcultivated ready for sawmill at 'i.SO. The timber i
the late Hamilton Disswn.I alot.e Is worth prices listed for Still Col'ege 1! of Osteopathy. aSatisfaction'GuaranteedI BeeaaseReharr'alnerclll'hleleorApANTiR11 tnkllliMrvMilti'. r1>. I..rr, l-ralc and Mile
1 by .
I hit b>' Ile/pray. Clip be used any him nf )per xtiii II HKNTit MiAf I Those who have examined the soil timber and land; pn railroad Specialist Jn diseases of Women I : Fifty cent per gallon. Fifty gallon make ;Olio gallon of apray lade
Orange and grapefruiturroveii, about and,' Children Consultation: and examination I In Florida. ,
on this plantation and who are thor I -
two thousand bearing trees, with 75 fiee J. SCHNARR' & CO. Manufacturers ORLANDO.' FLA
j oughly qualified to judge, state that it acres cleared land and 12. acres in :Mondays. and ThurdavsOflke. I

bat no superior in America, and that timber all for 1XK)0( ) cash oXi), Gravt.u Hotel Kissimmee,
WI it-will'produce abundantly of anything balance In one, two, three years and Tla. NM11 N---------------- %-NtiN
I, 1\t percent. Interest This is good and i
the of smallamount
planted with use a
very i
very aheap properly for quick sale. C. A. CARSON, Prenldaat N. C. BRYAN, Secretary.
of fertilizer A canal rune dl.U !
A choice /grove on hammock land, DROPSYASTHMA Nohnd,
,; rectly: through its center, which makes nice lake front 101) acres in \imber To know bcomearpaKnI envy.Wlsg. 5 : T EI: : EWaters ..
j ditching of little consequence, and be.tail good dwelling excellent trucking I land na to.poetallae. We are ape.clelud.In .

almost wholly rounded by water now in growingcrops, flowing well,. .PILES.'ed and' veaatelde" p.odurtn" the In taw 62,flower yeerr we 1 1Wkolvnale .
ban become ......_ & Co.
3 the round is constantly moist I It 2.V acres of tine muck trucking land I Reeds Rew orr J''JTY'rant Grocery
well located at $ ...
which fact guarantees the successful i"per uc-re. sonable. Address catalOI..nd Por 11II. everyrvherv. Real I.
'-'' 200 acres of hammock and pine landat gent non Alldroo-our experlenee. ------- mi Retail Dcalernlaq I.i l -
growing pf good crops without the BSlaiance DR JOHN T. PATTERSON. AtlMtu. Ga.We reque .
a of rains. 92.25 per acre for cash. I D. M. FERRY I CO.:. DETROIT. MICH.HR. f
f\ It impossible to conceive of a wore $.'> per acre. GROCERIES

!I. healthful, more beautiful, pore! productive A two-story dwelling, furnished, including 1 __.: i
location for a town and the es- pinno. for $100. Artesian water -

,tabllsbing-xrf truck gardens thau Is the good gw den. nice location. I COUNTY AGENTS' .FOB i Li
Ualf acre lot, Jwaring fruit trees, I
Cloud plantation- sod the ottlwrs'of \ L_ WINN::: :::
fi .' 'the Seminole Land and Inveutuieni good, dwellinir.conVf-nlent location Specialist--Eve, Ear I [ II A k' I I CRATES |
j'' .for 116"-0. The orange trees alone will PHY Company displayed splendid foresight pay nice Interest. .. Nose. and,Throat...? f I I <>
PHONE :I. KlnelrreaOrric. GUAIX ETC.
a 4 Judgment in selecting/ and thoseare' Three miles from town 15 acres -- ,
1 fortunate enough .to secure with house, some good muck and pine PHONE ,----FLORIDA. Private Hosoital. American National _. Clrc.lar and PricesF.rrlat.d
j and near railroad, for tftOO. Ten ;?: on Applicatloa.i
I of more: of -the 5-acre, plots and per \\ '
Ct' uctloo for all cash. DIL Bank Building., Tampa,
.d" s i lots are to be envied, for they f
J" Four lake front loU for $4ilO. Florida .
: not only possess homes surrounil- : DENTIST. .
On Broadway, neat dwelling for :HIDES FUEL "WOO !
t.t"l with) all the blessings of nature, but 110. ,
l'p-ta'rs In l Katz, Building ; U'll.I.SON .. f
1 I net handsome returns from the Broadway J.M. JI:
Corner lot on with store :
I ducu of the soil.Itsimmee building fur$1400 OFPier: HULKS: t g.a. in. to 12 m.

Y City and Osceola county -_._-- -- Telephone No 76 f i:3oiH)5:30p.. Jun 5.. Ivr m. _' t "iUI'AICY= PUBLIC.. C'V :..... L:: J (
,' pod to' the ''colonists a most hearty ,. -- irATE AT LARGE ,i =
-1' 'tloome.CSdT assure them that notn- W. W. CARSON, D. D. S. lieu) Estate Anent.KISS1MMRR. ; .
i ,.f w! will be left undone, to make their I ,. JR.. DENTAC, 'PARLORS :. FLORIDA ..

y among us both profitable: and KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA
e i' ' .,.... AlNO RIVERS BUILDING, JHiBS Favorite Fertilizers
j..J. , ; G : :.
4-\ hardly thlnnh time\ has yet 1101'* ,. OCFICt HOURS 'j 8 TO 12>.", "iff* ;
.'\J#:' t/d, to make the birthday*of Lincoln ,et>.a..1IIIlK! ,8cek 4ic ' I .1 TOi 5 ', ATTORNEY-AT-UAW. .' FOR CITRUS ANb ALL OTHER CROPS.FERTILIZElTMATERIALS. ;
s legal holiday 10 Florida. r M. TILLER t WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS Office fn the Court House-Kis-

Hive you nrKlected your Kidney, Have Florida.
rfa rou ovprworhd jour nvr\ou8 fi>'itt..n and simmee.
..".or no I law, negroes will be \ Real Estate Agency. emceed trouble with vonr ktdnejl and bladder With whom will be2associated in the ,
Jyacbed whenever and wherever they Unit you : In loins aide,back.groins and
s bladder? Ton a flabby; ftppenrance of the trial of causes the law firm of
\aNNmaNaRealty \\\\\\
m attempt to pollUte-wblte women. mace,. twpflclally under the eeT Too froqueutariire
lo urine If illlami'' Massey I ft W'arlow, of
a pare no Kidney
tN ';, t T ,-- '- -, bought ahd sold. ,ills will cure you,-M Osceola" Pharmacy. Orlando INSECTICIDES
s f, It is evident from the attitude Frank Houses rented. i-rloftOo.

tr 'f Hark !. assuming that be does not Intend Taxes paid and Titles ver- t FOR SALE BY-

to run for Congress;: again. j ified for non-residents. 'C.C. BROWN Malinger .
Fire Life and Accident In- t SP E CI A LTIE
,:'If Idr.:Taft Is the friend of the South, surance. GROVES _

_ -; '.. lobe 'Secretory of War claims he is, Indemnity Bonds. 11110WN & JI JIflBWELLORANGE FOR '
"p..'7c be 'will'appoint wl lt' ''men to the --- ..,rwwtl :::: RESOHTSIMPROVED Sanders Fertilizer Jacksonville. '

held bynegrp; .. TIMBER LANDS Company Fla.

J' a J*' .c ,. -- - TRUCK FARMS REAL ESTATE BROKERS FARMS -apt_ I*,OH.1T_- - - . .
'With rfassey-at of
Tf Louis tbe bead
J ,the Senate judiciary{/ committee the W. LYD11111011 KISSIMMEE.> FLA. 1

L people of Florida will ;ta'e'some
chance of getting their rights.. YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED
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i ,It Is claimed tbe ,Senate will, reduce II You Wish to Buy or_Sell, Come to See Us. NOTICE !

,the duties on a1 large scale, butt will\ REAL ESTA'TEKISSIMMEE.

::be 'pretty .afe;M bet tbe reductions
h nooseuNesst I To reduce stock in order to make room for my summer
V ill not be made on the WorksOPPOSITE
. Wagon stock of spring goods will sell
., V .' I l| vjf we our entire lot of Silk at .
q.... n al'lI opmlnatei Joe Vum*
a FLORIDABargains.
i I'we "for Preeldent of lobe Senate and I CHRISTIAN CHURCH il!

1 *' Buckman wounded thenomlna'hree.splend -. Under.New Management, with Thorough Experience and Up-to-Date I Original Price.

Id..t'epreeeetatlves- Blacksmith, Wheelwright and Horseshoer. i! n

"B'CS|; JOrporMloB. ; Will sell Woolen Dress Goods at ACTUAL COST QR

', AtUn s w< Zlm,President of the Flor- All ,Kinds Blacksmith, Wheelwright Work and Horseshoeing LESS for the next 30 days ror Cash Only.

In Federation of Labor Is a Specialty. 'I .
.Jug up (tate + )
"': perish ban of Lbs'Senate committee fan In all kinds of Real Estate, GUA'RANTEED -

's' U. .Can
t '( e :: ,I1b111.[. referred to that commitnld Armour's Fertilized." Reht-
tnJll"reo.Ivedue i consideration.asledaia ing and Collecting Rents a Solicit YoMr Trad O. R. JOHNSTON.
.. Will Traat You IU.lIt. N
Specialty. Taxes paid for
; out and Murphree Is In as Non-residents. -

aD sideD' fir the State University. It I

'- to.ppear.1.o be""out"us are that the lobe members proper parties of the R.. O. MEEKKissimmee Bargains at Cash Store! OMLVPurest THE

-/state Board of Control. They are .
s' f G Fla. .
shout s. necessary as a vermiform ap- White Lawn 40 in. wide, 15c per yard.

t ., dllt: PILaTBt PILES P1LBS.T -Lace from 5c to 15c per va/d.
-1 l; roads are as essential WIIU.":.* Indian Pile Ointn I Dl will-oars Dress Pants.1.50 to $5.00 per pair. DrugsOseeola
;r : .t OcHHl county Blind Blending and I IK-blng pUM. It absorb -
'If lye growth of a town as good he tnmon, .II.J. the Itching at on.e. seta u Pair Stripe Pants at $100.
. > poultice, cirri IDHUDI rullef WlllUmindlKO TrunKS and Suit Cases at lowest '-' 'T
I :. r : railros good for Pile
Pile liniment I* prepared u>< .
.? aster- works. The people' of tchlnv of the prlvata r ru. Mold only bjr UKOioeoiii Picture Frames from 25c to $i5.50 each. ..
r' .. Pbarm.oy.60a end II.00 1. . .
Crockery at the lowest prices. -
lmmee, aDd especially the Board .i
'::4't hit I a.Aare; alive to. this fact, andpot Fancy Straw Hats at cost. ARE SOLD -BY

ar" cease'. In their etlorts until T, /JUL RIVERSft/ D. Best Shirts made for $1.00 each. I .
,, old .
Tinware at
'roach extend from one end of .* any price.
fa count to. the other, with lat PHYSICIAN AND SURGEONOffice The only place you can !get the Beaver Brand Hat. '

fi J.O best every material neighborhood.the State rightband We PHONES ixver.!Osceola) Residence Pharmacy 153 Headquarters for the Best. Shoes in Town. Pharmacy

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} Oazettb J. H. Redditt jeweler and watch re- My office-will hereafter be locatedon SENATOR -Localv-Frorn - "
... pairer. _men., 19-tf the second floor of Fraternity Hall lery HAPPVIMARRIAGET '
..... and' 'wl1l] -be-open-- every !:iaturd ay./ I March has given way to Ail\ with j
..TELEPHONE NO. 11. Pictures mounted. and framed at the Hour 8 to II and 1 to 4. I
Home Store. P. O. WHITE. An Appropriation Will Be Asked the, its heavy winds, rains and]slight Gibert-Bowden. "

; : ., ._ and Refractionist.The storms, the rains being veryla.ocePta- sa
: : Optician
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Latest styles In ladies' shirt waistsat Equal of Popular Subscription. ble to farmers One of the prettiest horn*. weddings 4
as -are coining on
U. C. Stanford Co. editor of the Valley Gazette Is wltoeseednliesimmeelnmanymooths
L- cBY- Indebted to former Sherl J. M. Walker TallahasseeApril, lf.-A bill providing Quite oa tew of our citizen are rejoicing \ t
.. I for was that of Miss Wllla Giber to Mr.
W..9. H RR16. an appropriation of $5,0(10 :
The Home Store are agents for the who is now in the trucking business over their future prospects for a -
by the state, a like amount to bft raised I R. O. Bowden 'a n Wednesday after v-
White Star laundry. Phone 154. at Delrayf Fla., for a crate of ex- I good corn crop. We will be pleased ;
tra fine tomatoes sent us by express by public subscription, for the pur- noon at 2.30 at the borne of the brlde'lopted k ?
OFFICIAL. WEATHER REPORT. delivered pose of erecting\ an appropriate monument to know later on that our merchants
> .. Stove wood in town at this week. It Is always pleasant to be parent, Mr.'ttad Mrs. Martin
Ater.:.. temperature for week ending Thun' 11.00 per strand. remembered-but especially so when it at some suitable site In the won't have such a good chance to sell

day. April If,. 1M. '0 If..U KISSIMMEE LUMBER Co. Is by friends at a distance and In such state In honor of the memory of the corn at (2,45 per sack. We are going Cosner.The .
late Senator W. J. of Jacksonville beautlfulfleoorated
"a substantial Bryan house was <]
I' I Mrs. J. "H. Wtitchard of Dawson, manner. .will probably be Introduced in to make our own corn at home, besides with ferns, palms and a varMty ot pot

MU' Mln: I fa4rriday Ga., who has been the guest of Dr. A magnificent specimen of white rye the legislature during the coming week rice, beans, plants On the west side of iHevUbra* try

\ : hicks and family for several. weeks was brought to this office on Tuesdayby by Representative Neeley of Leon. I also a great'many vegetable.] Who there wa constructed in of

$2 ,7 lef.t'i r her home last Tuesday. Mr. L. U..Ingram: it measuring: 5 The bill will provide for the appointment I can't live at home If will I ferns and orange blossom, 11 er
7/1/ I '.l .60 feet 6 Inches in length .aDd the heads of a commission of five, including they just put I which the bridal party stood while is '
t J Sunday Saturday I 7/; I 56 Get jMur school supplies from the were well filled and at least 6 Inches the Governor, to be charged'with their shoulder to the wheel and keep I ceremony..... being solemnized.The .

Monday. 77; fol Klssimmee.... Drug Company. They long. Mr. Ingram: states the rye the duties; of appointing persons in thestate It rolling ? groom: entered on the arm of hi!
Ke fI\: -5; and If they haven"what
79; 102 19 carry a fulr-line. was planted about three months ago to solicit subscriptions for the Cattle are doing! finely in this communityplenty brother then came the bride accompanied -
order it for
Thursday //C'l I SNww.tia you wants.will you. in rough and unprepared land adjoining fund. The commission will erect the : ot milk and butter at by her maid of honor Mill LIs- 4 m

LOST-During the recent meetings his garden In the rear of the High monument and will be empowered to every house. clo Thompsoq, these being followed by d+
at the Methodist chuxch, a round en- School building and that not; an draw the amount of the appropriationfrom Our new neighbor Mr. Lemons Is Misses Mattla Prevail and Mamie {

amelled gold brooch,Njct with ama- ounce of fertilizer was used. the state whenever a like amountis sumptuously located in our midst. Woodall.

?vtrH'HKw---- thlst. Return to Dr. WJnn and receive Mis Viola Aderhold left Tuesday raised by public subscription. Mrs. Lemons .reports being very much The bride was dressed In a handsome t '
reward. The movement was started 1jy l T. J. satisfied gown of point de ''esprit over white >
for Tampa to join her who
parents Campbell of Dade county, who bat Easter Sunday was very pleasantly silk. The bridal veil wa caught with,,
| THE LOCAL FIELD. Singer Sewing;! Machines, and also moved to that city some weeks ago. been sent by the county dlvisionlsts enjoyed by a number of young t1
i Aderhold up quite orange blossoms, aDd she carried s- }
I Wheeler Wilson's and all machine Col. was among the pioneer
folks at the of Mr-and airs W. .
to work In the Interests of a bill creak bouquet of brldel' ro.ea. _ A' ate,
settlers of Kissimmee and hisrbsldeoce
supplies for sale at the Home Sto e during
A. Kubank where inan
they participated
log the proposed new.county of Palm Mr:and Mrs. 'powden left on the'| '
of here i
Cash or Installments. Everybody -. twenty year or more .
J cs Easter hunt the being '
I Beach. Mr. Campbell wan a life-lone egg: eegs o'clock train .for Tampa, where they a?
yH KN--------,,'" afford' to buy a machine.Mr toss intimately connected with the affair -,' hidden In the most conspicuous
i ; friend of Senator Bryan, having will enjoy a short honeymoon, after c
*. of our cltyHe; served< K ulm-
Wade, the 1'uner.j| Orlando. I : and Mrs. Hahn of Picola, Fla. mee for, several terms as and roamed the"prairies of the state herding places bv Mesdames Eubank and which they will be at home at Lawtey '
1 1New'spriDK I I who had been spend log a short time as always Nruarded with a jealous care cattle together when boys Mr. Charles Arnold. FJ....., Mr. Bowden being an employe ,
good at II. C. Stanford the guests of Mr. and :Mrs. L. H. Co- the best Interests of the I Campbell Chinka the monument shouldbe Justice R. A. Bartow came over on of the S. A. L. at that place.:1
Co. boon at their beautiful home on Hill- erected ln.''lew of tne fact that Mr. Bool Creek last week for a few'recreatloo. I'
Klssimraee lose him and his ,
regrets to
lard's Island, returned to their home excellent family I Bryan was \the youngest member of the All wereglad to shake r t.

Dwellings, for rent apply to M. last Friday. United States Senate since the time of hand with tbe old vet once more. Dann-GIbbSi i
Tiller. The City CouncVkls making a oonv Henry Clay, be being 31 years old Brother Guv spent a few days in
The Junior Epworth League will mendable effort to provide better upon taking his seat In the national our settlement last week, camping: for On Wednesday evening at 8.3Q..o'clock, ": .

For Bicycles, Shanibarger Or. give a social at the Methodist parsonage i, drainage facilities for Kissimmee and congress, and because of his other his health and hunting dome as squirrels -, at the home of Mrs. Sarah Dahq was" Y,

lando. 96t. I I half past four to seven this even- I II to this end a force of men under the achievements. and other little ga-m-, ate plenti celebrated the marriage of her daagh. 't

ing. Refreshments will be served and supervision of D. Rotundo ftave been RepresentativeNeeley will' also introduce ful. TTe left Frldnv niuh- after iter, Miss Florence, lo Mr. John Ue' .",
Osceola Pharmacy sells kodak and'I' a free will offering taken. All are work for several days cleatfrn ou Monday a Concurrent i solu; preaching a splendid! : -.-''III"n "'OI1l.St. bert Gibbs. "- ,

, supplies. 14-2t cordially invited.Mr. r.t. deepening the ditch leading rcpm Lion providing that the legislaturehold Luke, 19:25 his tent: being, 'l Son, reo Tbe rooms were tastefully decorated Sit.
4 t mem h r, which, of course-will be with /flowers and -IeI'D Ksv.: Bunyan jr
west of toW itfat appropriate memorial exercises
, Mr. F. W. Stalker:; spent last Sun- L. A Murphy and family, wbo cypress swamp
day In Orlando. are numbered, amonIour: most popular southerly direction to the lake. This Iji honor of the memory of, the late lone 'ifii><>,iiiiH-reu fV those who were- Stephens officiated, using\ a beautifulring '

and highly appreciated winter resident It expected, In connection\ with the .tor. Mallory wad Bryan -J. Ira there. : ceremony as tbe couple stood ;e

y Nunnally's candles fresh every week *, left Wednesday for Omaha, ditch leading north will carry off all Gore,, in Times Union. Born, to Mr. and 'Mrs. Eutiank on i an arch of green twined with *;:

'. at the Klsslmmee Drua'Co.Splendid -....,' 111., where Mr..Murphy is extensively the surplus during our wettest seasons . April ii.I"" girl. Both', mother-and I. dainty Tbe bride brldal.wreath. i
child doing well was simply and becomingIy '
and do away with the necessity for the I County :
engaged in farming. Court.;
assortment /dress ging-- ditch t'The .',. dreb'sed In a white silk gown trim-,', '
urge: running through the mld- I ..! ;",...,.. , -<<;- '
'. M'r. and Mrs. J. M. Yowell who Aprlfteranrf-theCounty Court .- med with lace and ribbon. After COn-' '>
bam at U. C. StaqfordPCo.: : dlof town which has caused so much '/./ '' i,
I .._. .,,." .'" have been the ailests of 'their son and I trouble In the past The deepening' of convened last Tklpndayi; Judge W. I;. .... *Back to tbe'Old Home. gratulatlons, a dainty collation wa' .... 't ta
"MrsVA. Tress amFfamliy visited I daughters, Mr. Clarence YoweU-and this ditch will also drain some excel Johnston Prosecuting Attorney G. served In the dlningroom.: ;
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C. Acree is
friends in Orlando Sunday, the Misses Emma and Nettie Yowell, lent trucking: lands, whlcli are now i (<'. Krlbl>s. Sheriff tVj\ Prevatt and a representative Miss Dann's long and efficient service -.
mules. for the past several months, left yesterday expected to overflow In extremely wet |Clerk A. E. Uonegan being In their I in the T.<<*u I stature! and is one of In .telephone central office and '

For Sale-A. good pair of ( for their home at Harnett, 111. weather. I respective places. \ I the leading citizens of his county of her more recent connection with the

'J. W. MjLLER. ------ I I After organization the docket was Osceola. He was born in Tallahassee. Postal telegraph In our city has ID an
:Mrs. II: J. Robertson and childrenleft taken and of fol- I unusual way brought her In contact
( cases disposed AS
Dr. J. C. Davis, the optician Tuesday for their home at Center Baptist Revival Services... lows: up x Leon county, Fla.December 28, 1854, with tbe public, and she will be missed, I, ?

been spending several days in town. ville, Tenn after having anent the Following the meetings that were Everett; Bass assault and batiel and-moved from Leon to Madison by a host of business as well as .O lalh'-tl J ,'

Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Bass past several months here Mrs. Hob- started by the pastor last; week, Rev. I nol) pressed defendant to pay costs. county when quite young: Mr. Acree friends who will bespeak for her they f

on Tuesday April 13th a daughter. ertson was her.* -for the benefit of her Calway! of Orlando is commandingthe I Otto Bryant, trespass on enclosure, I lh> d there until Dec. 10th, fSttC, and very best things) in life. The groom Is *i ,
health, and returns home much im attention and attendance of many I nol prossed. a prosoerous young businessman of; :
Ladles' rearty-njade; skirls In all proved. thenraored to Marion county, resld- Alley GaL '
of our people. Mr. Callaway arrived I Everett Has, Lewis Parker :
styles and colors at H. C. Stanford Mrs. J. G. Gottwaller and daughters Monday,af...i noon and has been i Paschal Stpwart, violating cattle In- -ing-ther&vpne year.: He then moved to The happy couple were the recipients;d' ..k '

.. P.o.. Misses Edna and Irene, who have preaching each afternoon and night I spectlon; 'laws, placed on absentees' Orange coiha v and lived !there until) of numerous and handsome presents) '
"Mrs.' B. F. Hall of Alva has been been residing at Hartow for the past! this week. docket the defendants being DOW in 1'873. From there he moved to Polk from friends at. home and abroad. MrA' I .,.', !' ,

'visiting! : relatives and friends in the returned to Klsslmmee\ last Friday Excellent reports come from every custody of the State. hla and Mr*. Gibbs departed oo the midnight -
i city. year, and have again taken up their service. In spite of the rain the Lawrence Sullivan, assault and battery ,- county, which was 'borne until train for /Savannah.IOTJCEU : . .> .
crowds have been. continued of illnessof April 10, 1888, amKfrbm there he it. >'
Mr. J. W. Cole and little son of Ft. residence here. Their many friends growing: larger with on account
Gardner visited relatives in Lakeland are pleased to welcome' them .back each service and considerable interest defendant. moved to Osceola county where, he '. "
; again. .IS being! manifest. R. T Butler gambling plead has resided ever since.
d this week. Mr. Callaway has a sack of presenting guilty aiN was lIned fifteen dollars
Mrs. D. C. Lee left last night for Mr. Acree has served hls -county lMethodiob '
Use Plank's Chill Tonic. Guaranteed the scripture In a clear argumentative and cost . I Gul'chf
. ,. Price 25 cents. Sold by all'drulrall" Baltimore, accompanying: sister, i style that carries: with it; the A. W. Phillips, wife desertion, plead In tbe capacity of School Comtn'sloner h.-. t't'f'
ull j-8 Mrs. Robinson, who bad been force that convicts and convinces. He guilty: and was sentenced to a flue of for two years and was lost

with her durlDIt.he: Illness is clearly Orthodox In his yi ws. Instructive I MOO and coats or tour months on mental In the erection' of Osceol4 county ... rt
. For Sale- .room house, large lot death of her husband, home. Mrs. In his methods and inspiring county gang.: high school while serving: In such ArID INFORMATION. d

1 18 orange trees, well located 650. Lee Is undecided as yet as to her plans In tbe results. Jim Catnpell, gambling, tried and capacity. He also served as county 1.
; R. O. MJCEK.: for the future but will no commissioner from district No. 2 for
probably I Pastor Stephens asks that we annouace /- court Instructed jury to bring in a '
Miss return to Kissimmee 1It. winter four years, -rendering such valuable Feeling the need of some:" r>'
: Marv Smith of Orlando came in the column of the'Qazettethat verdict of acquittal. regular "

down from that city last Friday to visit beff:2re: the services are being held at the Will William, gambling, nol service, tbat while still in office as method af ann ': .
.commissioner the citizens making 4
her friend, Mrs. Harry Rogero. Mr. Robt. Rowland of Orlando church twice a day at 3:30 and 7:30: p. prossed. county jr
m. The public 1s cordially Invited to, Cases vs. Zllla Peters: and Lewis Osceola honored him by election him '
were in the city Tuesday, havIng ments and giving out itema'c
Wanted-To buy a wbI k horse. Apply to the honorable position of representative -
attend all these meetings. Bradsbaw, nol prossed, defendants
JAS. W. LILLY, come down from that place by au- of their .
to county.Mr.
Park Hotel. tomob44e. Mr. Rowland was former ly Sunday afternoon at; 3:30: there will; to pay costs Acree terest con emlh / our' wo 1'
of the most popular commercial be a mass meeting at the church. i The The civil case of L E Minx vs. The rs'ajready making many 3'

For the best fitting latest styles In one salesmen making this territory, but is subject that will be discussed at that Waiers' > & Carson Grocery Co., as- 1 the friends session, and ends:.will that demonstrate his before madeno have secured this advertising +

ladles' and children's footwear go tothe.old now engaged in the hotel business In time is, "Am I my brother's keeper!?" sumpstt damages $370, was tried and mistake' In him county here Tallahassee for that ,
reliable shoe dealers-H. C. Every man, woman and child Invited. the jury rendered a verdict In favor sending: purpose. It Is du r
| Orlando.
Morning News, Ap.'ll 9th.; -
i j
Stanford Co. of the plaintiff for 18533. Motionfor publishers
: ofthis-paper to
| Mr and Mrs R. D. Fuller have a new trial. : ,sa ;
Died, on Friday morning:, April 9tk, teen from Winter H.veILt.bJLweek Road Material Secured. Card of Thanks.we have: .
up they always shown t
the Infant son of Mr- and Mrs. J. J. 1 I ,
: Wood all. Intermeotoccurred- at Rose-TTlltUng; their ter.Mrs.. E. A. Commissioners E. L. Lesley and J. For Sale at a Bargain. wish to express our Sincere ap- r1
selves to -
hill cemetery. I Niemeyer. While here Mr. Fuller S. Straiten, Road Superintendent G. preciation to the friend for theirmany ready print notices o ? ,

purchased a Reo runabout from W. W. Overstreet, Surveyor J. E. Moseleyand One 7-room residence. Patrick's Addition. I expressions of klndoes* and vices for all l the churches.: "ito0;
Holmes Prather has purchased the 'j B. Maklnson, and will now be able to Mr. John Gordon of Orlando, sympathy! djrIDat.he Illness and deathof '* t

Kissimmee Bottling Watts from make the trip between this city and I spent the day yesterday at the latter's One 7-room residence, Bass. Addi our )loVed one, also for the many ever we 'adoot this' method because

t Chas. Bass and look charge of the I Lakeside Groves In a much shorter marl beds near Loughman: where the tion.One I beautiful floral tributes. tl
business this week. "' time and more comfortably than here- deal was closed for seven acres of this 6-room residence, Mathews. Add I MR. AND MRS. J. M. LEE we coul4[ nQt reasonably: expect so V

!, tofore. fine road material and the land surveyed if ion. AND FAMILY,
Mr. A. L. Emerson of Fort Pierce Is Mr. P. M. Blake ot Hastings. Mich., and marked out. One bearing orange/: grove about 275 MRS. D. C' LEE,' much free space every week as we

visiting the family of his son-in-law* I who has spent the past winter here the This material has been tried and Is trees. I MRS. A. J. ROBINSON believe can be made profitable t
and efficient These be had cheap on reasonable to
Our obliging express. guest of Mr. L. II. Cohoon on HilllartJ's pronounced by all who have seen it can --- --

agent, Mr. a. H. Cull. island returned tojhls'norlhernhome : the best material for road building to terms For Rent or S.... d < our: work. IL-
Blake will be found anywhere in this section of WATERS & CARSON GKO. Co.
on yesterday Mr. .
LoST-S, & W. special .38, about 6- return to us again in the fall I, and Florida J _ Residential and farming property ol Miss Elojse Moon will edit the; '
incb barrelIn leathercase, bright gun, The land lIel' near the track of the sAt sixty acres, well fenced, at Hammock:
he will tell of this
I says the fctorle wonderful ; tbe Opera House.
reward If left atMlller'l :
a little rusty. t5 section will induce others to ac- Atlantic Coast Line R,., and the 1 Grove; house fully furnished and In notices and other matter appearing''

barber shoo. I company him. Commissioners will have a side track I On Tuesday April 20th K. Shloi, a good order; outbuildings: and farming here. '

Rogero'of St. Augur-, put in right away, and begin building Japanese, will give an illustrated lecture Implements} /flowing artesian well. '.' ;

; tine.Mrs.returned Harry borne Wednesday after aweek's Capt. Will Knight of the dredge! : the proposed hard road across the I on The KusB9-Jap war and Japan. i Apply to MR. DROUGHT, JAS. T. MITCHELL,, ihailtor
Kissimmee and his crew began work : will be Klsslmmee,
A visit here with her parents, Mr.'I county from the Orange to the Polk The Illustrations movioQplc- I Fa. '
)art week building a new hull for tbe county' line; tures and stereopticon views. The lecturer I b ,a
and Mrs: S. L. Lupfer. (dredge: the old one having\ become'un- will appear In full native attire. I Splendid rains have fallen bere this .a

11 I i Just before going to press we are o I fit for service. The dredge crew have Notice to Taxpayers.Notice I slog: an Oriental song, show its meanIngs weed, and farmers are
informed of the death of Mrs.L.. P., recently been at work cleaning the hyacinths in his action, dress and undress, correspondingly happy The outlookfor '

j# Hu hey which occurred her home I. out of the river south of Bas- ts hereby given that then tax with; wonderful rapidity, and show bumper crops of everything new P. A. VANS AGNEW t'i., ._.. .

in Uradenlown, last Monday I singer, where the channel had become books of Osceola county will close other phases most interesting of Japanese 1 settlers Included, this year Is exceed- I 4
completely choked, lopping all nav|. promptly on April 30th. All taxes not life in' his action, thus bringingthe ingly! bright. ,

Dr. Wlnn is the latest acquisitionto I gallon' at that point. Capt. Knight re- paid by that date will be subject to the 'Land: of the Rising Sun" rll' I I ATTORNEY AT LAW...... f

Klsslmmee's aggregation! of automobile , ports the work .tborouhly done, and I usual penalties. the "Sunny South of North America." Old papers Oao'be purchased, at this !I- I Ajir NOAARY PUBLIC ..,|I-i'

owners. He received a hand. j that the river Is now open for the passage .C. L. BANDY Amlsslon, adults 3&0,'' .ebftldren 25c office for 2Oo per 100 and there Is noth ; ;

some Reo runabout this week. of boats- I Tax: Collector.' and 15o. // .' ing-better to put under matting. I KISSIMMEE. FLA> h

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f ;; j Two telephone A tine girls of Talk.were .talking. = -.PERlfNA
. ( ANDREW :

wa com' m B; AIKENS I aita' I.over subject' t.bewIre'of 'the one.conversation afternoon.woo The/, a 1f1E8j >>

j lawn party. which was to take place
For. Catarrh of the Throat ff Two I.
the next lay. Doth 'discussing
: were '
: ,3.,what they should, Wearant after live Years' Standing.I 'A"\

falnulea!, had conic to no decision I . a'i I was afflicted for two years with ... l:

a II14;:; In the midst of this Important,conversation catarrh f.tho'throat., At first It was ,' "

a masculine vole interrupted Very light, but ovory cold I took made) .h

.. asking humbly what" number he !If f worse. "

''t-j had The lack of reply did not squelch "I folttfXVcd your directions'! and In. ,
the inquirer for he asked again 'for -, very ohort time J I began to Improve. _I Ji :

the "number.- I New York Grit\-.The (drcstf! "Hiat .,j- The'Isrnbroldered I'onel. took one .bottle and am' now taking ';;

y{ |lOne of the giVUi became Indignant, worn wlifr-a, 'separate"gulmpc I Is latch>> second. I
Th wl tnll'l' is fortunate who baa a r.'y f : can safely say that my.', :
and scornfully] asked: I .. pretty And liecoiiiln)* one( that it is that ? .
I panel.-of-gnifE'11IdiY( t.N' lt con; s bp used\ 'and head npo cleared from ea-; .;
"Wliat line do thlnk! ,
you you are Ihefroma'iofv4i4egetn, from' ,
down ,Illrrh'"t tfmc
*' t 'theprescnt but I still) /1
on, anyhow bust to hem This1 metlfoi la employed contiduebMlake: usual dose for ; I
my a'
t > r t "V.'cll., Bald\ the. man, "r am not on nearly livery new frocV one toWH '
: spring f,4. a (} I f find, there Is nothing -
but Judging from I have
sure wfcnt nees It niiij IIP, of cloth or satin or
hoard I should say I waj: on a clothes! Homo brnldfil '!material but It Ja* nl> bett'r.-\' ;, s. W. Pray 2GO

S.p S. T0", Tine:TMilTadelpliI p hl, a- Public LedgerGet ] ways IIW1.--J1;: one has eat hwllh'ry'f1 i ...-Twelfth ,.. .Y.fCuselrlEOgo ,

r It DO much-lhe-better. 1timrrbirof -
a position with a firm of goodstanding
,. / ad\lsea. Success You may any material! If It Is. .in the r-lor : 1': _a.Ri'ISEMENT8
that the
have to wait a. little bit. but 1t Is KOWII = -r.AaY' &.". :'.'_ w. T Ei.--.;

worth while. If you, are In a noun J ';; l- ; '
p \tA!1'FIi-L'ati'.yentaht ill carts of the .
firm there Is little likelihood of being> Six: iorifl Skirt. v Patted!l .tntoM to <]\<*rtir4t* mill wU
:. ,, : : .
"nteck'rowRtm kcnir" loud
Warrr. ( cumnlalun. -
nl thrown but of a Job Just! when. 'It i b The skirt, that gives a panel effectat : ,

hardest to get one. T HUT front and at the back Is ono of lapw! brocaaa! Co..Newton,N.Q.M4loui .

r tho lifted t to hlluppearl"l\ and It\ has \ :
mI l < !n'" iiiiviOIK' IJUMI niun)
b NO-NEED. 'JO TAKE CHANCES.' Y thoi'M input nieilfof suiting/!: the r fill'IHl,.. .

ximplicostume of ntre.>t wear and tho r-

rkl Tlwre Is a pure tiny of Knowing drossy one with loft skirt equally: IFYOUVEQI
Good I'alnt Material. fr w..11. Ihlb model cAn bo treated In
There Is really 1 no needgyaJever'for : } 11 eilh.vr tvny and also allows a choice ca 10322 I-

tiI br tat any property] owner to take of the umpire: or natural waist line BO IvrbonTxi
that It \\\"UIJI"II lulnpled\ almost ,
chances fn the selection] of hl&.patnt to all
materials Jt doesn't cost a cent to l \ or(<'nFlrm" and rn n ..inrlotv of thcTicwinatoitnl gSUCKERvnil -

Ili Ilir learn how to bo on the safe sldo Certultrtj : knnnn ns wool satin nn'il Is rt.J
trliiuutil with buttons, but U makes \ ? \.. yet
r1 uerproperty owner has to Irarn trie bodily
a rhaiiulni model fur111'\ ..hlrllll'r.llRhr t\
t enoiiKh at stake to find this out comfort it gives in
A complete- f.ibrhs: of indoor wear such as -AY Tewettestweathert
a insguide; known i .
as HoiiHeowners Tainting tfil No ]pongee!: mid fmilanl, orepo de Chln"|

HI cm be had free by writing Na- cape. iiKtiore and the like, and It t NARD MADE FOR SEpvlcC-

tional Lend can be liintniedllli> buttons and Awe
Company, 1902 TrinityBaliding
'' :New; 5ork This companyIs Mmulaliil! "luiitiinlioli.s, ,an In this Instance OlIARANTEtOWATERPROOF

r the largest maker of pure white fr
lead: In (lie world Its Dutch Boy SUttScSTI
3I Painter 'I 1'1 lie, shirt] ii' made with six pores: ;'T loll GOOD STOotS'

i I ,. Kimrnnfee Irnduarle put'ity and Is famous quiillt as The a inc \ ( ) 1 11 and, with u' pniul l at the flout and at CATAUX.; IULITUBtri

the back It can be ('Io _ Famous m the OrlJI'/ ,r uf lhu I'.rlly-.rl".l Shift System of \rw.puperI'ublnttlun outfit Includes a book 'of colorschemes CANAUM* l..l tltWwpW

\ ,e .hod XorM" d by MOIITlinn lO.OtlO >\" "iklj' ; for either Interior or exterior the front 01 the buclchen. ; made
In Kinplic' st\li-: the seams should bo
.pare" Throughout the 1',11. S\It.*: .*. painting a. honk of specifications .GRAN "MA'S
\' and boned from the upper edge/ to a comfortable -
a simple little Instrument '
f i Andrew J. Ulens, part owner and to the \\'estern States as a special cor. with depth" and the upper edge

general man er of the EveningVh ] .respondent Hi viYltel(\ .:.MilwaukeeIn directions for testing the purity of undt'r-Cu''d.: \ when cut off al tho

,V: .conaln M" B'uukee' ono of 'the most tin' h]ilnc> of 11'd: settled therein paint) materials. __ tie 1J1l4\-611oIWd)\;; favorite for the I mil in ul waist linn It Is simply joined MEDIOINE"I

ft;I.. ,tdietingul ed and beat known news- I th<' l'I\I'ly summer. and sooll! after Marvelous Counting Machine.A I":younger girls>, This model Is made In I to I the ln-ir -' i II...."In ]', "".. S.irt "",r I*'.. I ,, i ." I
pap hers dlpll bei' .h.. .l. . I h U.. , .r" I .., I..' ". .. III
In the country, line 101l1lt. led wit h tin lMlllHitionili ; ) bunting machine that ti reported prlncease> s,1y lo anil Is uiuiiiently becoming > I The quantity of material required r lit. I' I
l lull- In i V) '"i ill
'I uary 22, at the age of 'IKhty' \\' : w'llh 111,' I lite, \\illliin i 1-:. to bo an' Improvement over any rY1\htl.; ;; J.M.; iv* :l' .

tears, as the result of a stroke' of I Crasher in I d4 the firm i.anu be thing of the ,kind let produeed, the I'. O. nu.mlel: S t" \ .IOK, .

!paralysis suffered In his!! office In the I'llnll''lIlla111 E 4c John F. Cr.imer ..
I invention of a Swedish! engUnejcr, was 'I 1 1 t'\ i cI"IIIlIIl 1< I u hiti "H I"'liJI\IHIll\' \ ) \. '
,' "' afternoon of January 12. 'nt I in l l'(ds Cramir Alkena & recently supplied to the counting wllli .sail, amid (flollIWt) l 'I'hi', h! tl-!

: Andrew Jackson Aikcna was born Ciatner efTetllMlilli, ? mil liijuilim> tin mil.
house of the Hank of Finland experimental
at Barnard Vt., October' 3 i. 1S28:) The in 'tired of printing newspaperson llal 1 In> ail wad.
and Its performance
purposes . .
His paternal -- ---- -
ancestors were Scotch one bide at n central office and on -
was highly!: : successful In pointof Item-c'. lt :llrf.
r from Montrose who settled In Massachusetts the other side at the otllco of publication -
',' rapidity ,The machine Is operatP,1'by If we must be afflicted* with _weak,
i; In 1600 and on his mother'stdebe originated: with Mr. Alkens In .
electricity and Is capable of sore and Inflamed *>(!), It Is
;.. was descended from John 1863! Mr. Alkens'! 1t1lJrovemenfupon Is'surli rely
counting up and nor tin* money into to know there a ready
.aad, the last survivor of those the English method printing auxll-
1 1. ' within our reach as I) ,-tnr Mltrhfll's
at the phenc/m
;1\L '.Jrho came over in the Mayflower He lar\ newspapers consisted the addition : paper> bags or tubes Eye Salvo One- botll usually effects \

t :!Ieft the high school at the age of to the general news of the paperfcof I anal rate of 72000, coins an hour complete (dire (Have Mill ever tried

.fifteen years and served an appren- u page for general oUtertlsliig; The coins are placed In a receptablo thJi wonderful r mf'dL1stOICS,

.ttlceshlp\ in a printing office, rising to the conipeiiBatlon for this advertising at the. back of the machine. and are Price 26 cents. ', ,
\$he position of editor. He afterwards l) making It possible! to sell the partly- mechanically sorted' stacked and Inserted .. ... '...

) ',edited a weekly paper at Uennlngton, ( lit Inll'd sheets for I less than the cost I Into paper) tubes ADVICE TO. EMIGRANTS. -
:4t.; and later a weekly at North of :production The firm began tho :
A Donfrstlr Eye Heroedy Countries to oi5"and; L rvo>,Where
.tA4ams. Mass Ffom North Adams publication! of the "partlprlnted"IIIH'els .

She went to Boston, where he becameBI with ndertl ements In 1864, I I Conform Compounded to Pure by penenced Food and Thugs l'h'aicianA La.a., OpportunitJs! Are OffeVed.

in'' the and being the house In tho business The KinLgriHitihif irniutlon
reporter Legislature pioneer \"in* Knrnd \\lu're\er Uaed. Auk Drug '
4 fTved as proofreader in the Statertnfi.g There are now mote than 10- guta for :Slunue Eye Remedy Try Murin Dublin hajUMet, a '

office.Ool'hg 000 papers printed upon this plan in 1 One.half the world'-doeun know ing Intending, ti iigrnnta some OfIlV.] (

..Jt': from Boston to New York the United States-more than one- show the other can afford, automobiles to avoid Pi Af the last >'('

>e was engaged upon the New; York half of the weekly newspapers-at a Itch cured in 31 minute by Woolford"* statement sal. "fork tins "

< coning Post In 1853, and was sent saving of millions of dollars. I Sanitary.Lotion NeTcrfail At druggists. usually hard t :aln In Canada. n,1 I

jd, f Poet Soutbey's Grandson. -- Clock Made of Straw. All'ti not 'gold that glistens In the wages In man jfrallell hay been ;'':
Jower than.In"Sow iJrt r ,
./ ;
-7lt Ship,.Westmoreland yesterday, A !shoemaker namedVegner., liv mining advertisements. r,r: South W" tfes, VJt orta, queensWj ".:
axles'Southey, son of the late'vicar ing'in Straaburg. has a clock of the Ladle. Can Wear Bho. IiI t!t '
land and 4"r> Australia are cited I"!
I t'Atkbant 1 and grandson the poetBert grandfather shape nearlY' six feet'blgh. One size smaller alter using Allen's Foot- : ;
as reporting( gOOd opportunities frIn .,,(" );
'made Ease a nowder. It make tight or new shoes "ii
Southey was sent to )Jail for entirely of straw. The ,,
;;; ",'r
easy Aires Wollep, hot, vweatmq. aching farm laborers and, female servant.
week' for begging at Patterdale wheels, pointers case and every; detail feet! mtrcwiDg( nil corn and bunions At but poor chances for mechanics or
allon Sunday night. are exclusively of straw. Weg- I I all bruggtstsanddhoestorea,2ne.: Don't accept
miners In Queensland and Western
1l.told the Bench a pathetic story. ner has taken fifteen years to con- Allen : '
, I Address S.Olm.ied.LsRoyNY.It
m I, jnail 1. Australia farms of IbO acres of land
a;father, he said, gave him a. good atruct this strange piece of mechanism -' .

ucatlpn.. ,but no trade,. so he took It keeps perfect time, would 'oe a different proposition 'are offered free to apprised netilVrs
New Zealand l holds out offer for
ti red \literature. He got marrledand I to Judge 1f the men who are leading
'* farmers. farm laborers and female
t i 1 a comfortable home, hut his wife Iay High IU>nt For Saloons.Of I double lives were doing the work o>
I and this reducedrates
f; itt him-' years: ago and he had to sell all the high rents paid .In New two men to country

hotn';v .Afterward he stole halt a York City the highest are paid by I / of passage are offered

+T erbltn;j'for which he was sent toHenn. saloons which are taxed about double How's This? \, 1 : The statement warns men against

.:'He bad since been unable top what could be got from any other We offer On Hundred.Dollar. Reward Cape Colony and the Transvaal say.
,work his for any ce of Catarrh that c& lag that the demand tor work In those
literary appearaucefbwfaNatainst'
business for the
;B shape premised
JUll'i Catarrh Core
cured by than
him. colonies already la greater the
F.JCttxaatlfb..Tolsdo; : Os'
.;'t."? bare I not known what It is tot In Copenhagen the unemployedmen We, the anderaifned. have known V. J. supply There Is an. occasional chance
'* proper meal for a long time,". Cheney for tb. last 15 years, and believe for ,female servants. The. statement
have found an occupation in rat
him perfectly honorable m all boeaneas
did the prisoner>> "but' ,hare, had to'tIUbatat. killing the number eltermt'natedreaching I transaction and financially able to Barry concludeswith this about the United!

. at the best of times on fish GOOD to 8000 a week while out any obligation made by bn firm. States: :
'and chip, la common lodging WALJJIPIO H.IIHAI & MABTIH. Wholeal Emigrants from the United King\
for the rest of Denmark the figure Is
'D Druggist. Toledo, O, idom should tho United
,,117 Mat not go to States .
; tonaes }
; : from 10,000 to 15000. Hall'*Catarrh i.taken internally ,
"J ,. ing directly npon tb. blood and moeuoaa*or- hit the hope of finding\ < work for some

$1- VVhy"inioald' mouse be face* of the rtem. Testimonial.. ..nt free. time to come and not then unless l. .

eonsldfjrpd so,poor?, He doesn't have Quebec supplies ninety per cent. of Pnee. 79o. per bottle. Sold by all Drnggteta there has been a marked and sus '
for _
Take Hall'. Family Pills tipal oa. ,
the world's supply of asbestos.
collection tamed "
the the
,..ta lire,on '" recovery depression

_ ;. .- TACTLHSS GALLA.NTRY. Athenaeum Club.
r. > dinner the conversation SICK UOCTOll
1 a J1. .' Recently at a party
s.- PI PII turned upon the subject of Proper Food<< Put Him Right.
clubs The special features of the
Anthenaeum were referred to with- The food experience o'! a physician

i great respect and then J. M. Barrio, in his own case when worn and weak ,

f/ I l\v who was the only member of that from Blckness and when needing ,

t I august club who happened to be present / nourishment the worst way Is valuable -

Intervened "After baring been :
f ;Waokls t tf elected by the Athenaeum Club" ha "An attack of grip so severe it

said, "I went there for the first time" and attractive yet perfectly {Ifor the medium size Is eleven yards came near making an end of me, left r
, Atlar r' 4\ simple and youthful withal. It can twenty-one or twenty-four' eight my stomach In such condition I could
looked about for the smokingaoom ,
ltk 4, J and" be-mado'from wool material such as I yards thirty-two or four and seven- not retain any ordinary food. I knewof
f t An with Tong white
_.oldgnan .. _
cashmere albatross henrletta, broadcloth -
ily; course that I must have food nourIshment'er -
beat \ t .Il hair wa. wandering in a lonely way or light weight serge, it can be I could never-recover.
asked him If he would '
about the hall I I
made from such silks as pongee and "I began to take tour teaspoonfulsof

t :be ,|% kind as tell ffe me agreed the way. to It Is Just as- well adapted to washable Orape-Nuta and cream three times
the smoking with
materials In the illustration there
a day and for 2 weeks this was almost -
alacrity When we returned to the Is an attractive bertha but that feature I
only food It
p my ; tasted so delicious -
: s tall thanked him heartily, when ba
Y ft I is optional and If a plainer dress that I enjoyed It Immensely
/ ..._ Jr begged me to do him the honor of dining Is wanted It can be omitted aa and my stomach handled it perfectly "

with I\lm. 'But my dear air,' I The dress Is made with the pleated .from the first mouthful. It was so

-said, 'you have ,been far too kind to prlncesse portion and the yoke that nourishing I was quickly built backto

me already I cannot think of imposIng are joined one to the other The normal health) and strength.

myself upon 'YOU in this fashion short sleeve! are Inserted. In the arm- "Grape-Nuts Is of great value as

Itnposlns yourself! exclaimed the old boles and the bertha Is arranged over food to'sustain life during serious
4M voice. 'On the the yoke The gulmpo IB a plain one I d .
man in an eager contrary attacks In which the stomach Is so deranged -
r you will be doing me the greatest that can be faced with any fancy ma- / it cannot digest and assimilate -

t -M favor In the world; the fact Is, I terial to form a joke, while the other foods
/ have belonged to this club for thirty sleeves are made to match or can be "I am convinced that were Grape-

ft.." i 1 years, and you are the first member made of one material throughout. as 0 l Nuts"more widely used by physicians;
t ;, t il has spoken to me!' "-Be'l-: liked. A//I/
;i / man.who ever The quantity of material requiredfor otherwise it would save lost from many lack lives of that nourish are -

the medium size ( twelve years) ment." a.Absolutely. ,

Playfully Speaking. Is ten yards twenty-four, six an< the
t Mrs. Wabash'-She's had six:: weddings ,half yard thirty-two- four and i\\ In the world. Trial most perfect food
: of Grape-Nuts 10
in her life Beven->eighth yards forty-four inches "vi' days proves. { "There's a Reason! "

Mrs Dearborn-What! Been a wide with five-eighth yard thirty-six Look In pig for the little book.
nil inches wide and one and seven-eighth
bride six: times'"Yes
t The Road, to Wellvllle"
-- -, bat do think of that?" yardi eighteen Inches wide to make
r 1 of Uncertain AgeMto old aUmlrer)--"'Well, admiral, how do you "1- think; you you might call her a ; Collar and gulmpe as'Illustrated, one one]Ever read the above letter? A new

and one-fourth yards thirty-six Inches appears from time to time. They
(LdSlraTwho( last remembers her with gray hair)-"My dear lady, at 'well groomed woman"YonkersStatesman. wide when one material Is used eighth yards forty-four Inches wide are genuine true, and full of human .
"_Punch. 1 width of skirt at lower edge four and Interest.
thirty years younger! ( I II) throughout one-eighth yards. ,IJ .I

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1 : .RIGl1TOrWAY.- . lloraee L.dOor.Pretty.a..LI.uttIDalltC Slow. \ 1- 1- ; 1 I -

!r ;____ ,' COLDS On6Lcf ithe noted J9to Kansas Cavalry. -Cl-

He could lead men for a longer period Telephones

2 without relit on a single ration of I

.. S cheerful humor,, than any other omoer. I I _#ii "
DAYMonron'a S necessity fartriera ,
CURED IN ONE : are a to all ,
Though not given to Jokes, he w she j '
Once installed and id "C ra- _
reputed author of a* maDy.aatonlahers
V ,as the great .Lincoln. tiod the time alone that they

One time on Jthe march he sent' .an S save will more than repay the

orderly with message to an officer .at cost of installation, which. is

I some distance.. Before the man wa less than half a. bale of

out of hearing Moore shouted' : "Hey. cotton for each subscriber.' S

; orderly! Come back Jiefe!'' \>i'5' vjnstantcommunication, at

He cam galloping bank .sitting N -.5 any U v4 "with yptir cotton

IVnfply In the jsiddlo, < .'broker or agent or friends is S -

Moore dropped hi? voice and aatunv possible: if you -install Westernhfeetrie Rural; 7etfkofS.

Ing a half confidential manner In \\lr-1 Tho telephones and low maintenance
'proven reliability
Cold Relieves the
ed: ."Orderly.. In the course 'tof your
bead, throat and 10D,. almost immediateIT. expense. .
I Check Fevers, atopa Discharges of life have you-ever seen -a.snail?" .

.. tba noee, takes away- mi acboa cad pains --Ye, .I",''_B. the- 'astonished. Wfl-.haYe. brought the- rural telephone within the '
ciuied.bycolds.. It cum Grip snd obtluata reach of farmer. and with Free Bulletin No..
CouBbi omit prevent -? eulDOllla.PrlcL ply. every our .
___ S ._. _. .j- "'YOIrmet him-thea--replIed, I 1 02- >n-!! Hdwto- Build Rural Telephone Line".- before-
T Have yon stiff or iwoHen jolntb, an renttor "
: hair brouic' Ask ,TOUT. druggist: far "for you'd never overtake one -I him a boy can install and operate the system. Our,
\ fclunyon'i Rbeumatlitn lt.medy sad sc.. Kansas dry Journal. telephones are' guaranteed. '
bow quickly you will b. eur.4.It .
you bar any kidney or bladder trouMe I
. pt Mnojnn'a Kildarr" R.mad,.. I A Eelf-mado man who Isn't proud S Write us aJetter or postal or cut out

Munjon'a VltnMier makes weak mea of 1.11JOb la a great man. Also very this advertisement write your name and ,.;;-

strung\ and reatorea loot pawers.By . rafve. t.__ _ _ _ _ SS .: address on the margin and m illt today to ';o<(:

Force of Circumstance For COLDS and. OKI P. our nearest office so that the Free Bulletins (. 1 ; ,

S "I am Convinced! ," sold the proprietor -! S kick's CAPTJDIWB (a the best remedytvllevea : -. which. fully describe the entire plaa may .1'
fpv.rlshne.s-Cure \'Ji
I the aching and be sent you Immediately.
) of tho jeweller's shop as the.', the Cold and restore normal conditions. le'. ::0' "
loo.. 2S0.- and I ISec. '
'. 'Plate-glass window shivered Into a .
.. at drugstors.. I, VVESTEiFiN Lc.-rI . S
million fragments and thechauffeip- I -
The luck of a fool' Is the opportunity C)

; end his machine began to nestle behind of the wise.hi.XCViI.IOY. i 1ot1Io1II fkti. ft. ............''d... ..... IZ 18II\atnl'" ...tltlllftlco8
.. ,."...,.;;;," the counter, "that the taxlcab ----- AtllMk Kan.DS ClrfCiMCiuutli ,," . ; Ti.... ... .... ."StOU. PIoIla4.lpbla
Y' -) .,... .;-....,&'" "; las come to stay."-Liondon Globe. HATES I .."....." 4 OflVoO W.l's''r."tl...,$. T..Ii.. i.. Ch'p.'."...' P.b.m.u, p..I.,
""' .' : To ulevlllet. ..; .. Dallas Iii l-roli '1. '' .. I 5.1.. ..
i- ----------'"----- K, nd K (tirn. for' Anatlirii m e.Ar.lsl .nay
1Cnrtnon- A Severe Case; of Eczema. ll.pllsl Canvrntlon. M.y I1I'3O.! 11000, IsdlaatpoUe ......d ilralTi'lMallMt'aa.iIal'1"1'. OsnS.* 'f1IG'l12kCt .::.iU.55C5. 5
Via All.iilx, ..
r Oarlan.l.: N. C. IttrinlnKliniii & Atlantis Ky.Tiikuts .
hv Robert, Carter in tlie, New York American. 1>lr. J. T. Hhuptrlni" "'Pnviinniih. Oa. will be soil! Muy 10th to 18111 Inoluilve I
Hour 8lr:--1...>..1 winter my mulhrr( liadet'cenin with n-tiiro limit M i"y :2 n.t. IJiOj). S
I nil over her CuuM not rest dayor Cone c'onnc-i-lioin at Atlanta and Hlrmlll1l" -
night Oi.the-M4eM4ny. buptil"Kr-<+<-b-- Urtm 'ij'Ilh nil linet *fi7r "UouUvlllo.ticket See i', .. inllep- -or.
WAR ON RECKLESS DRIVERS .OF AUTOMOBILESJudge liiK.. Him tried various klnili of ..alvmand agent. Y
ni olnvmenliT dtil her .
/ hey lu ffooil I _=_
at ull. t.te happened to nee Tetlerln A Mulling Is rail .
ttdverlUeei.Ve urdcred one J,ox and IrishII I no notalways a sure DlCCBlrTITB ,00ItUT GAINE8VItIEOA
I on )her arm ..J.J.. 'ii.r her au much good rnoiigh "> I>S." 5 I Ii
In Ills Charge to the Grand Jurors Expresses'a Jtellef That the "Scorch- we ahowed. lt to our doc-tor. He Inimef -
t dUtely or0eronehalt) do..en. She Used
4 ers" and "Joy Riders" Have Found a New Method 01 Committing ; It ua dlr. ..t-te I, B" much good wu 'tirilerfd one dozen AFTERSUFFERIN0
the Old Crime: (of Manslaughter. mine After using II aeMirul weeks ..h."n. .
mmplelply' "' ired. 1 I rernmnienil. 1'..<1.11110 alfI la 11 ..ul'e1"0 '.
New York City.! -There is: no mistake I| "8 new metliod of xcommltllng old .r for ei'Eeiim.i really believe It saved my
uboiil it this I lime ; public Indignation crimp lie said i mol hors II f.. Youra truly.
ami,'I "Within I ho last nxjnth''' Mlnnlo I OremarlleTellerlne
against the :'I"nr<'lwr" many e\lr.I.:: Kcrema. Tetter.: King :
the joy rider" I Is thoroughly) ) aroused crimes have I been) committed\ by men \Voim, ground Ilrh. Itclilng Plloa, In-

and .( h'y are going t to bovlsorouplyItnit liosnesH.'eil".; the speed I mania. They fnnt'a: Si>re Heud. IMiniilea.! JJolln, ;'KouuftHruly
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( t with. run down wonx-n and children on. our 1-iitrhen on the Kiire. (Jlil ll.'lilnuSores. I I
nkrod 11
> a Hoalp i
Bt reels.Vonicn' children
The newly formed JtI ighw' S Protective and .
IKIIK. ("orns. C-'hllblulna find every forn "f No. I
Spaldlng'a Official No. IA Baa Ball Record
: Association and the Automobile ItS.. Infirm and the aRed are'entitlcd Skin Iilneanu. Tm-i l'rine &0. Tel terms
Baa* Ball Guide. r Haw to Orvanlu a Baa* Ball Luegu..
.' \ Club dl dI1)+ rtIfl. representing in tin'; use! of the streets. as much as -$<"l|" 2fn Your, drugKltit. or by niMll from TEN YEARSCured NO. tm How to Play Base Ball. I How to Oraranlt a Baj Ball Club. hi.
and Mild HieRlronB No has exclusiverlnlit ] tin* nunnfiirtui cr. Tho. Shuptrlne Co.SiiVuntiah I Mansr Baaa 1 .
HUM1! responsible owners man an No. VU Him to Pat. I How to a Pa 1 Club.
1'I..Z3I'In.7.M How Hun ... I No. 231 How to Train Baa. Ball Tom.
drivers of aIItIjIlilII'.I.! lire pi eiired| to the Mrei-ts. ICven tho man ------ - -- to Ba. a
I How to Hitch. I .
4(> alll 111 proKeClltlr.K; offenders TlleV vim devoli s hi\! IIJ1W to seeding thisiiMidern DF-FI-ITF.: ?) llvwtoCatuh. I I HowtoUmpir.aflam..

are resolved 'lo deiuulid infliction nf I en vine! Ins no more right to I "TOId th'lt'OllnK Just by Lydia E. Pinkbarn's -. 1'1" 22 How to I'lax First Bas*. Technical Baaa BallTirma.No ;d
couple mar-
: N. 12. How to Play Second lisa I 215 lUady Rcekonarof Baa* .
Ihc severest J" null 101. nnd I lie :: 111" imlilic Mict than Hie weak andIn *
rlp(1,] tnlio a "flat ?'' No. Z27 How to Play Third Ka>.. I
trates and( judges* M-CIII. I to 111':1"1 //1.11I. Vegetable Compound No. MS How to Play Bhortiitop. I PRICE OP EACH BOOK
pressed with I I the iirci-saity" t for I!>: "Men who
ens .,< i IonSn aird, wltiioiii refiai: II 'lo the rights of know the brliledi!
: much! fur" I the. offenders. when 01111'1.111,1 who either malm or kill \ 4
me new life. _
cIIlgIt, IIn.. tho Hl'ranU"ln'; nl... toy .ire guilty ol elilier manslaughter or - -' 55v.-" wIRc -'
I' Time ; tb, ; be.t tout l>Vir over fifty I 1 suffered for ten ,) '"
itching/:: I llfi'in arc, more). \\ lilespriailnnd ) oilier)i grades of crime" and 1C seems ese.a
- rears llnmlinaVluuil. Oil, hnn. lieen the I. tj ,,', ., ;years with serious
comufi'ti' thOu e\-r, h"lolO':1: I in me I hat It would l I he a proper and .1
jMipulnr remoilv in the i'mted! Statesfnr ; ; J- female troubles In- : '
Hiimt! _ _ 't'
result Vf tile ganlzatlon I of the HI"-I (It ling thing I hiil. If such a case comes the cur of Hlieumntmm, Neuralrfia andS '" lamination ulceration 54
lal a 41tI.( ,I of I jiollccnii n* iiKrinted, on lieforv YU1" you should nol hesitate nil pnm and inllnmniation. ; .: indigestion : .
l>lcyfl I< s. motor wln-clp. atid. 1 Home III I III. i Indict if I the evidence warrants it; --- --- I: .f'. i: J nervousness and, ,e ,
JKfJonioMleH% nf, offeiidern! IIlWlflg and-. that should not hesitate to London Calcutta Wlr.. } _ _
scores ( yon to by' could not sleep. I _____________ -
: Hrrnlctnc-d::: nrfon- (the maglstrnics : toilet for the crime of manslaughter! It Is now possible to send by wirea I 'a Doctors gave me :
ami Jn lh<- rourl* i I If Mm think that that crime has been .t .
.., telegraphic message; from London up, as they said my
/ Owners of ant onILlI.'s! nr. <- warned l committed."Thin I i I t troubles
the Is about the time. It I to Calcutta a distance of 6.900 miles, .. were t:
in tho aildresw by .Indue! :K" nn'i to just S chronic. I was in : I
CJrnml Jury In .the deneral, :SessloiiK.; S"onis; to me, for the Grand, Jury of without any Intermediate retransmissions. despair,and did not ,,:

/ 1"Hlli11H'1I1$ :: that the owner" ofw car this ('OIl 01 "' to < all a hull on such extreme That Is the remarkable feat I .- care whetherl lived S

/ who i-mplovs a diivcr known To I lie,, 8Plflshne as JH evidenced by which has been achieved after a ser. I or died.,, when I mad about .Lydia ETI ; '
rcrkless should 1 b"> found '] I tlior-e poKsepsoii by the abominable I
f'lJnal1Y'1 les of elaborate experiments extendIng I 1'inkham's Vegetable Compound ; so I
guIlty with the Intter for any ppeeil) ::>1 a nl\'. over many months. by the Indo- began to take I it, and arrr well again and A. G. SPALDING 6. BROS. .Yi
rommilled Ihroiigh>: rai elessnepy" or "It Is fuither provided by Section( relieved
j of all sutrerln.A'Mrs.: .
European Telegraph anJ my ruwvoag ,
Company MASS.
'' overspeedlng. In .short," there Tx ageioriU :29 of the penal laws that a man who
JORDY Box Marlton
40. N.J. '
awakenliiK I lo the! inands"" of I j nil3! and abet\ In I the commission of I Indo-European Telegraph Department Lydia E. Pinkham'h Vegetable Compound PITYSSIISG, PA. WASNINCTON, P. C. CINCISSATI. 0. DaIVIS. (SI.,
the situation and to tlie serious responsibility riimpjs i eiru'ally guilty with the man I of the Indian Government.
.- I made from najUve roots and. aeriaL.. a. y. TLMITA. GA. CLEWtLAND. L MLN55PGLISIUTI( *.
that rests. upon .those who who commilB the crime The ownerof I - herbs. contains no narcotics or Harmful sxicusa, a. y. sgw'oauajis, LA. COLUMIII5, 0. T. PAUL, MiteS.

: drive 'automobiles. mom particularly < an automobile will sometimes take TOTAL LOSS OF HAIR drugs and to-day holds the record MOSTUAL, CAnADA amen. M1C SEATTlE. WASL '.5

through a clty'n'stroetH. I deliberately a chauffeur who has S for the largest number of actual cures I S
instead of slopping been known to be reckless In his Seemed 1 .,s.
; Where the driver Imminent-Scnlp Wan Very of female diseases we know of, and j ,
fQ and caring for an Injured. ]>er- driving. The minute that the owner Mealy and Hair Came Out by Hand'Cfuli thoimandsof voluntary testimonialsare S. ".a .

; son clapa on speed and rung Itwsy ..thr ; of the automobile puts SIl'Ia chauffeur -Kcnlp Cleared and New on file in the 1' laboratory at -
is that he Is guilty and his machine In the 'pub1Ic. Hair Grown Cutk-ura. 'S
i;:' presumption / upon by Lynn Mass, from women who have J i ., km SI
.If by making sharp discrimination on streets the law presumes that,' the i 'About two :years. ago I was troubled been cured from almost every form of I tr :

the!!! lineR. tbls heartless practice can : owner knows the ordinary act that with my head being acaly.: Shortly after female complaints, inllammation illccration ,.s 11

be stop!>rd. I the chauffeur Is going to commit. A that I had an attack .typhoid fever und I splacements llbroid! tumors

The cominjinltv In crnernl and the man I Is presumed to intend the ordl- I '\:an out of the hoapital pawiibly two I irregularities/ periodic)>aiiis, backache, J
prudent and rt-RponslblP' (ojvncrs. ulautoinoblles I narv and usual results of his own mOnths when I first noticed the loan nf indigestion and nervous prostration. USE CRAFT'S DISTEMPERandCOUCH CURE

who ,are tnklnr., iin netlve, actand the owner who puts n reckless hair, my nculp being still "scaly I started I I I Every siifleriiitf woman owes it to hej- A ..(. sad sure .... 4\\
part In Ihe (pri-HMit' cr1 sad.: '. a-e to b"congratulated chauffeur in 'an automobile ands I to use dan _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ tot all forma of DI._, '
(1( of Fend him through I the streets could I .
asuccessful .
; hal
upoirtho( In'o"I"|) I actually lost hope of saving any hair. table Compound trial.. -. ....'.11 rjl tt...a-iHa her** ,
Issue !I.e propei! ly found by you to be equal at all I could brunh ittffT my coat by the If you woui like special advice FO K rH I.1.. rhmnln .. ...,.. Trphnld and ..nibs sad Colds ta :
Judge l: Swann I'h i his rhnrce:: to the I Iv Kinltv, willi i( tho'chauffeur of therilnir handful. I........ afraid to cortib it. But aliout ;your case write u. ronfiilenttfttHt.U Un.. Acldlf.>....n. .......U.l >n."Tonle' pprtiAwr., Uv r _ Horaes Sheep sad Dap". .
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.um"(1. sod 110"| Ion II.00 at Di naYta
April Crnnd .Inrots In Tart t 1. or whatever It may be, that may after Minx two cake of Cutirnra Soap and .>r to Mrs I'inlcliani nt dS.o.seemd ChilltnAirtm Se. or prepaid. WHtefet lrea> I
eral 1 l Sessions: expressed\ his (11'n-1 reasonably be eippcted to be com I ne.rly a bun of Cuticurn Ointment the Lynn Moss her advice Is free 8.54 rft.t'w:; *. *.Bt..seal prvpatd booklet"; Cratt'laMea.* '.
r"r ss.oi. ASeflil ,11154 Add' .
automobile speeding which\ he (' mlll..d l by that chauffeur. | change was aurpriamg., lily scalp is now and always helpful. .a.'C-.UI1.. Cl.... ... C*.. ...-....<.V_ WELLS MCNCniE: CO. LAFAYETTE, DID,)_ 'J,,;.t
I clear and healthy as could be and my hair -

: DOGS RACE 412 MILES IN 82 HOURS. J thicker made than ever, whereas I had my mind U T N-AM--F AtIYS U
up to be bald. W. IF. Steeae, 0 12Jiroad .

I l St., 1'ittnburg. Penn., May 7 and Color tooranoodabrlBblor and faster colors>..n anjr. other dra. On. JC'", parkaa* oolor* all llbe.. Thar ..,. In xold w.Mr bqt Alnskan Teams Start In Arctic Blizzard Tor: Cxcltlnic I' 21, '08." Potter IJrug C'hem. I'orp., Sole ...m dy.. any. "arm.ui wllliout ripping apari. Writs I"r_ Qoolg t-How_lo pr.,_Ulaaeu- _awl_lOs Ou__alUKUUB UUUU &;U.. Qal_,.. lllta..... .

Dash Prom ,(Nome to Candle. lropa. of Cuticura Reinedie. Ii" Give and forgive Is mighty good | success |I'J hard work I Lyuiar han4 o.i..s or4s.v Ps,.

4 !\a'plt'' \'a811.-ln I Ihe most gruelot !: cold but the wind tossed flakes of VERY DOUBTFITL. ccreed. I I plenty of _It. and still _more.lhealep. . I Amts 5tron wanlol orkl5giov.s I'.erJwbar..b lUcbiiiuad es.r'body diem ie Uc
1I11t"e: dug tcHins Alaska e.vfi- snow( plainly gave them distress. ", don't think they would be happyIf LOW KXClUfHION!: 1CAIKS ; & tiinners ,save money. tinierRagging zN.b5y I -

". hns hitriwn. thA plucky tiialaniutep.owned With all the zest of the chase they married." I IVho To Atlnnt, ()..-, Arroutit- Crest Mu.lraIVe.tlvuih , fJae-rloth Cotton 1'... direct fromYacIoM'
i by Al. Merger carried off tlrst moved off at the word while the "\ ?" Mar tli-eth.. IIKIO. Via AtI.nta, limbers wnnl ed everywhere.
and eecond honors In the A11-Alas.ka crowd cheered' and the drivers waved HirinlnctiainV' *' Atlantic. Jt.lIway.TIckets MarcnbuH Conium*, N.w Orleans La.
Rweep 'tAkES for J1I.OOO and nnneXf.lin \ goodby. not certain they would coma "That Henry James heroine and to .bn Moldfor afVjrnootiiniiiiB. alao, Norfolk. VaT SHAFTING 3ELT3

; -- addition the Suter Ooid; Cup. The out of the contest/ nlive.\ that Maria Corelll hero.".- Kansas My Srdon.l. all trains )May 4th and 6th, I PULLEYS. mi

.. race wan from 1'011)1 to 'andle. a dlntiyico The Berger malamutes No. 1 andS .City Journal. with return limit May 81 h. 11,09.T.hlrt \ The cvp flint Is gilded often con. LOMBARD IRQM WORKS. AUGUSTA?JULrh t..
; of 4ia 1111(1( much nf it \"o. :2 teams, driven by "Scotty" Allen I occimlon will he li'Mil In the largest I tains the bitterest draught.

wan run under conditions us put'the an Percy ninlchford respectively Mr*.Window's. Soothing Syrup for Children auditorium In Stun ,t-oiitti, ami. Htfonln. imopriotlunlty S

4 nnlmnlH (10 a biller test of strength finished I InwlTSiiMf, r named. A mixed teething,Ioftens thegumus, Deduces inflammation to hcr the world's, groutestsicugera.
I and endurance. j t team of/ttound. an.d( bird! dogs driven ,alloys pain cures wind colic 25c a LotUs Caruso will slug' each ulght. Sue This Trade-mark

\ No American DcrU* ever cnilstodItl by' Georgc Fink came In third in the ----- -- - thejlekot a nnt Eliminates AllUncertainly

IA the United States keener POPular r-ace. . Michigan's!\ loss of $28,500,000'. Blue coral comes from the .na)' of a w

o, intercut than this (light!' of. logs Tho Siberian dogs which were the through forest fires makes pertinent Benin.

j. across the stretch of country betweenthe favctrltes and heavily backed became to the New York Worlil(} the consideration FOUND TilE CAUSE'_ _? 5- in the purchase.. of
starting -and, finishing points. snow bound and' were hopelessly out of
an appropriation of 5 rhatrrial
percent paint ,
S I From the time the racers were"sent of.the race. Their driver was forced I "
} of that Bum as fund -for It ian absolutegu.trantee
away on their exacting contest husl- to turn back. The fate of some of the a After Six Yean of Misery and WrongTreatment'
!. neBS at Notno was practically at a.tandRIIIJ. other starters( la still unknown. maintaining a forest fire corpa.S : oi purity
and ... .
"I. .t1. '
Teams are struggling back to Nome =:-:Qa1i/i'ive S ."
II'in t>o/not/ force :yourself to take e i John A. Enders: For your ownS
The focal points for the townspeople ( some of them rlllf"! condition. It of Robertson Avenue -
(and I harmful take -
\ ) drug*- Uarliold TAil
protection are
were at the stands of the hook- Is estimated that -200,000 changed Natuto'B Herb: laxative: it corrects contitipation.XpuriOea Pen Argyl Pa.-, suffered for six that it is on the title, tf

-- makers At these 'thGUSalHl -or- dollars -. the blood, brings Health .' Tears "with BflngTriV=, every keg oi white, lead

.. werwagf'r..d"oll. the result the pain in the bark violent
.- S biggest single,.: bet .having bsen r nced rrohil.ilion Tmv Ilolrt Valid. COSTLY.' / > headaches and.1 you WTttmH thIS tmmrr ..""

on Siberian team. A pool of an "The lowness of her gown cause I '5 lice Trtsllr ....141... In T.ik lUuon -
The Supreme Court at Montgomery dizzy apellg, And was I Maka and Sell More M.n'iS.OO"
even 00.000 was put up that these'.nlmals comment at the ball. .
Ala., declared, the State prohibition assured .&. $LiO Shoes Than Any Other Manufacturer. -
would score a victory. One "And the highness of it causes comment S by a specialist 10..._ I tt.. .... .v..v .... _... .. \M ._ I
wager of $10.000 was ninde that the law valid. all the judges concurring that his kldneyi NationalInstitute _..1M4_......u_ .t u.i.5 ..... ... .101.4
This the at home. -Houston Post. -"oro ,. .......te,
race would Dot he finished within In the'opinion. Is second -. ,were all rightthough Tb utoctm. ...... ........ for aaca part .t l... ..51.1S4 .
time the court has upheld the ..... .. .... .... .
th'otlm'3 -.Si.a u <7 5P5I1.I. II "
ninety liourt': This het was lost, For !5ADACIU5--Ilfek. (1.4. .11DI" theseCretIon'showpdS
Stute \\ hi.( act of I the last Legislature. ATLANTA. GA. .mn.e.4.tier br >M b..t .kaIo... I.100 ah_ i.4..Wy.. '4
of the winners being eight) -two Whether from Colds. Heat. Stomach or a reddIsh, brick-dust K 1 e :l4 .51. rm low ontullr W Dosl. 5. ; '0
It nas attacked on several constitutional Nervous Troubles Capudlrje will relieve YOU. t.TA LI.HCD 10T*. .at.4 T.WMJ4 th.s> aaid n%.e 4 wftr thT M4 iS.s
hours and ten -minutes. grounds. Its liquid-pleasant to lake. ..... Imuiedlaielr. j sediment. Not"rt"d. Mr. Enders t***.. tt tatur,....WIM Uaaw Uua .5, utim auk*.
All N'ome watched the start of the Ttr It luc. SSc. and toe. al drug started using I)., ," s Kidney Pills. till afrfAorf T n"',I1//f.SO/'a _b. tmm sfora1 x \
race. The dogS got; away In L. blind- aiora Flulbl..and toi>7f' Mfiarlnt Haul*'>''''01.".. .
Annrobist {Commit Suicide. "The kidneys begun to act more regularly J Wh_Mi tmr Rti-rr Mrmlirr .C Ihe F.t5'q 5.
ing snowstorm. Thermometers were ANOTHER BRAND. he -&fP! M... II.,.. 5Woe., M ...e. ...d C511ar5...
registering:: nftoen degrees/ l.elow zero.A l John Mcrcadantp an Anarchist. says, "and Inn short time Y,r .",. /or.11...d...!.....--.w1J......
strong: wind swept the -now and( Ice whose wife had left him, killed him- "I snppoan you realize; the danger' I passed a few gravel stones. I felt CAUTION I I Ko'.. I"1" :; '" w- Donalaa
.Wt I I>M SIMI PII1. anip.>4 on bo4io .
clad hills. Th dogs did nut mind the oeuf in New York City.flrcvira.Joir ,. of frewaterl"(, the man who trIos better'right away and since then TaM O.t c Ird.u r.4 Zad.dvy. -....-,.a.d ba S
i to benefit people. have had no' kidney trouble." if I W.UDOUOI. a.laJ5aara&uBrscalam.lUaa. .

I Survival of the Fittest In ---- ( >iceVItli "I do" ,answered the Indian Sold by all dealers. 60 cents a box. ,. ..... I

, a Hcramble For .Job. the Anll-Snlnon IA-ngne. thoughtfully; "especially the kind FOIIler-Mllburh Co.. Bu aIo.N._ Y. This Inalitul. TraaU Dvformitiaa of 1 MThompson'sEyeWater

the paleface puts In his aUlomoblle.Washtngton. ." A condor :ali live forty days wlth- lh.Spin. Umba ,
t New Haven Conn.--The superintendent Cincinnati. Ohio.-The brewers, aDd Feet and CHRONIC SOocaug

of the Carlyle Johnson Manufacturing I the Antl-Saloou League and the Municipal - Star. o]',ut food. DISEASES._ _S..nd_for_liter.tnr. _ (1\1.16'09))

: Company, of Manchester, Reform League will unite. In

advertised one day only, for twenty I an effort to put the bad saloonkeeper

S men to whitewash the Inside walls ot out of business. Through, the -effortsof

th<1 new factory. Over 300 men outS I the Ohio Brewers' Association the

of work applied next morning. The State Legislature passed 1law designed ,

superintendent\ tbrew twenty whitewash I to suppred! Illegal; selling

brushes front window and the One brewing company at Hamilton

men scrambled for them The twenty announces thai It will not sell beerto I

4 who were fortunate enough to get] any saloonkeeper who persists In .

the brusht got the job of white- keeping his saloon opeauthe Sab-j Ot4hos. ugiy5'grizLiy, are, hair. U.. LA. CRaO". HAIR RESTOR&R. .Price $1.00. re'.II.. ,
'waihlng! the place. CIt
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SiLe II' S .01

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:.ri __ _ ATA8YFVMU __i_- _ 1. '8Lr .et., Sanitation'anJ' ImprovementH. \ .4 Notice., oJ Application- -to"... .Sell. . T ...

: PROCEEDINGS .Qf Clii COUNCIL' o be collected'. . ,. . .. ,.. ... . ".... .. a scn 88 M.. Clfairmao; W.J. $ears. YINOL CURES.'CHRO.1t. ; COU6HS, TIMETOjAGt/ '
on hand .. . tfurrent .y. . . :/trio" 2984 I J. f. fl1neil.Education. Real' Estae. .
t7 Cemetery *and Charity mDUNOJROJICHlTJS ..alPwhom""'
$421 iVmayeono
to :
I' KlSSnollt.ll1, . : (...--. 4nti-- -. ,-. . -A, _., ,..4641-97 *;-\ r H an.ellr K aTf uTSnT rrJrrnTfi" Oou't
there The Council( met la 'resjuja*- ( expanaee for 1'...... .. .._ .. ... ...S-270 20 I era' H.. M Pfann. : After Other Bemediea Fall Kidney; IIIlIe" Profit ibY I will male application to the County ludg. of
belay present T. W. Ellis In the above .... have not Included the School Uules and Ordinances-T; M. Rivers J1! hare been troubled with a chronic! ">' Kissmrnfli.eIeopIe'. Oaceola County for aa order to call at private4. .
Went; W. J. Sears, C. Ir-Bandy, U> I Is the ..Id fund la entirely separate endach chairman; W. J. Sears J. .,M. cold and bronchitis for 'a long time ,,. .. the following described real l eaUU .
_ Pfann; P. A, V..ns'AjDeW year only an amount aufAcismt to snaat the Experiences.Occasional .
; city ,,""._of the school has been. levied as nearly' ::, Uanse: and have tried many remedies without lug totba etlata of WaltafJJan, 8r., dooeued, ..' tI.
ne., aod-J. R. Gilbert. Clerk ... .. ".( I!! Klectrlo!: "ia-ht.-W.. J. Sears ciali \/-. relief., attacks of backache,' Irregular lying and being: iitnale lntb.Cou'ntt of Oict- A' .'
The minutes ot tbe last nose tin ft Bv a casual glanca at tha above Mm will aee:i inan-H. M. Pfann. T, M.lUvers.Ui3uIIding'CowmtttOelL finding Through kind .sug. urination headaches aod dicey '
ola and Stats of Florida to-wlt
read and ., the CouncIl only had fJHIU.71: la the above. gestion eta friend I tried Vlnol, and 11
approved.Reports"of .
. M." Pfann, are early All of Section 81 of 80 E.: I .
.. to meat th, cutrent axpehaaa for the year spells common symptomsof Tp. 59 8. Rang ,
oUlcers were' n& to off sat this there was IWL6.82 In ouuttand',''chairman; Wt J. Sears, J. Mv liaoltell.i after taking four bottles, am entirely .kidney disorders. .Jt Van error to lug. north and eait of the Bt, Cloud Sugar Belt :'
and". approved. warrants, In tha Street Fund and the Electric :'i I The Mayor's message/ was read and cured." A. H. Wilde, 'l13.8th'Avenue.' neglect these Ills..' The attacks oiav Railroad and tb. County- Road oonlalolng OS. -,
_ i Tbe following.bills( wer rht, Fund. 'ordered spread Upon the minutes. Minneapolis Minn. -' off for time .but with tAll
For the year ltt the Council' d tl mills .. < pass a return acre. more or lei..'
:i. and ordered paid, t.owlt: thought It waa better to raise moneys suffi (The message was printed In last, 8. ,.McDonald. 147* W. CongreiaSt greaterintens1ty. If ther are symptoms i>emon. baring! objections to th. granting ',

TM Murphy aal aa mayor to nay theoutstftndlng lBdabt dnaes. there I week's Issue of this paper. )' Paul. Minn., writes VI con of dropsy-putf r swelllnars below of laid order will aie'tbe >am. with tl>< County. "\
WaIt.epJMDL' aal L marh1 .. .. . aavinf now being paid for interest The Clerk was. requested to call tbei '
flollowloll the bloating of limbs and ankles
ud tha statement will .how more traded a severe cold last winter 'and eyes Judge aforoiald or bet,,. aid date.. :{
r P J t Z R Robaraon.Gilbert ..I aal aa. treaaurer clerk. . . . . ....., than'wa can slat* how. well the-Council. i attentlihi of the committees to various thought I'would never set rid: of It. I or any part of the body, don't delay. ., I1KNBY T. BASS, >.!\
the the
4 &: T W ElIIII. aal. ... alderman, . parts of message concernluff. minute Begin taking Doaa's Kidney Admlnlitrator of HalaM of Walter.
o I L &adsr..1 ii alderman .. . .. . . OENES.AL FutjD.AUFunds. I different committees. tried Vinol ai a last resort. and It :baa Pills, and keep the treatment until 0 Ba'
r W J Seara, aal. .. alderman .. ,. . .. . \ March 1st. 19O: The street committee was'" instructed completely cured .me.." the'kldoevs up-well when old Ift-M___ .. Sr.. Deoeaaad. 'J
fU H H Pfann, salary as aldermanKtaalmmee . be collecred. . . . .. .. . . . . .(.%4)4J 41)') with combine are your
to confer the Commission. Vlnol. two world-famed
; Telephone Co phons Tent on hand . . . . T. . . . 4IKI' 72: i County time health aDd vigor" will return I Notice for Application fo Sell
i W uiWluK '. .. . . .. ers and to make to the .
: B Uerrl ,7. -- arrangements pro- tonics healing medicinal properties Cures Hi Klssimmee prove the effect.I -
J. .B!: P Dann. sal as supt of B L plant . . . saua Iuutandln. $ cure clay for streets. of cod liver I remedy,. _ Real Estate. --..!....;;
andtonlc Iron venesofhisJratjfjdnav'
. . .. dt
I J R 'i borta.1..LPooJkc.urt' ; . .. '
warrants. w.t108118urrent
a: L .l.l.J.--"I.. .f"vbllller . . . . . .. ? i JLItLI'ZanbaudT.. M. Klverswere' -llclously palatable'and agreeable to the Mri.- C.W. Campbell 'KUsimmee, I Notice. la h..bvirl..n thatV the Atri day ot .,
Walter Loramv feeding prisoners .. . penses for year / $23541: 00 appointed to see to selecting a site weakest stomach. For this reason, Fla., says: "My husband used Doan's April. A, D. I'.KM. at lOo'cJocV In ,the forenoon (,
i P A Vana city attorney 6 mos.r. TRKBT rUND. suitable for a city hall, and to reportas Kidney Pills with the most satisfactory will apply to the County judge of Oaeooui Count*. .
. .. ..
Witness Vlnol unexcelled
.Is strength-
as a
F 4 -Vrank flasnajte.cost, mayoc'a.haul"court" .r. = --:- be oollactad . . . U\\I\ 41 to price, location, P\.C. results. lie complained a great Florida for an order to cell at private eels tha '
> ; -- .i
9 Ohas D rUwaa, dog lairs' ... . .. .- on hand _21/1_ .1 1 The bond of J Mcl'hatter, as Marshal builder for old people. delicate children deal of a soreness across the small of I following described real ._to belonulng": the '1&
W B Maklnnon. renCand merchandise, 1 and Tax Collector. was accepted., weak and run-down persons, alter his back accompanied by a weakness! BUtaU of C. H. Fountain, detxHued to pay debts \
4l The Fraternity Home Store Hall rent merchandise". .",,-". . .. ....... .. ( warrants. $27.S-122:i21DJ ,I, with C. E. Franklin and J. W. Milleras '. sickness ',and for Chronic Cough, of 'the kidneys. He finally heard of of said estate. there belnir'no personal property: \

G K Sessions, drtyags (city). .-- . sureties In the sum of twenty-five Cold. and Bronchitis. Doan's Kidney PUll and obtained to; pay the said property belnn described .. \
r i W Oliver sunreylnn \ anpenses for V..r. . $183ELECTRIC : : i, hundred dollars: them from Klsslmmee Drag Co. They follo r.. to-wlt:
i Kia.lmmDrullw.) inK. .v, > LIGHT FUND 1 A communication was received from strengthened his back and kidneys and The louth half of Block Sixteen (if) of W. A.
,The The Florida WSupplS'Electrlr 1 o.Co surApllea."..JlIIlo.for E E L L P, P be collected . . .. ,. ,1lU4: 05 the !Standard 011 Co. calling/ attention Sold lev ROOERSON'S PHARMACY. benefited him In every way." Patriek'a addition to the Town of KUalmmaa >
.. :.. hand . .. . . 74986 I
J H Gilbert. freight ; : "*! -- of the Council to a portion of their Hor sale by all dealers' -5'to'oster.Mllburn City lying and being altuatt in the County of 0. V
;" G 0 Tiner. drayaice . > .. !'. 441 used a.street by the (Jotice of Application .fax .ceola. and .
I property being as ior cent*. Co., Buffalo, State of Florida. All peraona having /
\ K..I........ Lumber Co. wood 4 '
I'. 8 E Gardner line and installation work . \ warranta . .. .. . 1972 93 I'I oity, and asked that the Council make Deed Under Sections 574 urifr New York, .sole agents for the United objection to the "granting of laid order will flla '

.. 1 it Dan....hop work ELI' for . f* 444)() 47 them an olfer for same, if the) deem It States. the same on or before said data or the same will
xpenaes year. | of the General Statutesof
I B A Barnes,. installation work 321'T ''1 to retain street otherwise 575 be granted.
XThe ab>ve does not Include revenue from. necessary Remember the nameDoan'andtake prayed. N. C. BRYAN .
J OF4..mIomi.dryag.torKLP Z Robe on. mdse (for E L I' . . ( .) -I ISAN1TABY I said street will be closed. The coruI the State of Florida. no other. AdminIstrator of the Estate of C. H.
-J ICisslmrnea. Drug Co; mdse for K L P.Waters ) rUILD. I I IOU 0 IcaUoQ was referred, !to the street BlmdVwellDiirchaitcr Fountain Deceaaed. . ,..
that J. A.
Notice In be.eby given
A Carwn Gro < o. nid..for toL P. be collected.. .>: K .. . .. I 484 M2 committee for Investigation. March 3rd. 1009.Notice.
Stanfor Canon Graves Hdw Co. mdse for .. on hand .. . .'x. .. .. .t. .. .. US 17 | further business the nf Ts Oertflcal4s| No. 473 No. Old papers for sale at this office for _. _.. _
# KLP Thereibelnp' no and So.47S. dated the 3rd of 20 100.Notice .
1 ; 474 day Julj 1901. per -
l'.( State Bank ot K...Iaun.... I Interest;: J :: ----I 9) : Couocirffu'journed to meet in regular No dated to Creditors..
and of Tax CorllflcaU 14. the 61h day ------
Ii L H Parker, butldlnc bridreClaalmmee . .. .. tandlnll wa rranta . (4091 OH session Tuesday, May 4th, 111011. at ".30
of Jllh. A I). has filed Raid CM-tlBcates All
4 1 I.ou\llt.r l.o. lumber for bridge 1903; nernoni having clalmi against tho 'festata
of Tax
L Btaanford. Carsoa: Gravoe lidw Co. nails) for ... expenses for year I as-11 p. m.'T. In -olllce.. and ha made appllcallou for Application for of C. H. Fountain dooeaaed la>t. of the county
.. W. Ews.1. ,
Jl'rwtMcLaullhlln." "building bridge ( You thealova that when all taxes. . 1C CH-UKHT' _-'_, .--PresHs. -- -tax deed li> Isiiio "' ord1'ajQja.w: -- De d-U nder-Sectton-s-5Tia.n"a. of o.cso1L-itrBL.ti ol'Florida will premiit-. the
Yr.41: !*tt-h., ., --- I.. lltb.: ;:\ ": in all funds thtf(Urn'Of Said c rllfl'aiA.-\IIb-.e'; the following described same to me properly atUMted. within the tlm
Rotunda pay roll on ditch ; ( no outstanding warrantsgalret properly situate lu Osceola county 575 of the General Statutes I prescrIbed by law, or thefiatna will-be forever
J J Dann. repairs buckets _
T W Ellis, moulding1 on and sanitary labor for council K 4)n ="h.i.t.. 1I"7.- hee.. ? an Indebtedness Florida hen It of the State Florida.. barred a.nd.1I penonajlndebtad said estate
room and office. . f $3082,61 ov.r amounts so be collect and cash i I Tf* Ccr.lHeale.So.. 473-All Blocks KM and Arlll make immediate settlement with the :uo.der.llrlled. .
hand aa we now have on hand or to be collected lo't. Notice I. hereby that H. .
The agency for. the White Star ltuiutiyinmlo.Tax given M. Pfanii and N. C. BRYAN
I The report of the finance ( () over and above all I indebt dness there
read and ordered really; l ben asavinK:: to his taxpayers during laundry is now at the Home Store. Cortliloaie No. 474-All Lots |,1. :2, 8, 4. J. I I pounce T. Slngletary purohmarit Tax.certificate Admin IitratoroT the Estate of
t mID was :' .. !. &"v" .\ past two years of AW.21. which ".""tlyex-, and ff you wish to hare the boy call 6,7 soil s of Block 100. Kunnymedo! No. 310 dated the 3rd d.Jof Jill..,. A. 1). C. II. Fountain, Dooma-xl.

ute. ..In.. .the the above extra you fnUlase will .assess<.* that !#: e mve mado no on you weekly, just, ring up 154, ard Tax Certificate No. 47r A strip of laud lying: l'.H! >l. and of .Tax certificate No. 31<::1. dated the February lat. 1909. I .
I Report of Finance t on the Bond Trustee .'und.. that fund is you will be put on our list, and called south of !U>ts 1. :! ..0'a: of Blcck UK( Runnyniede 4lh, day of November A D. H OS. and of Tax - ------ ---- .
.. the hands of the Bond Trua'o.I e simply o'n weekly. The work is all done in ; rlt'iriiinlnit C'ouneulirut Avetoittt and certificate, No. !11:1\1.:>\< dated' (lie 6th. day'ofJulj. A. Notice of Application for Order -

Xl..........:.. Ft.\.. April J 6th. \ ". were.attention levied for to bonds the"fact and that bund last Interest year four pur- an' ellicient manner aDd at Tampa run west hIS feet to Massachusetts Avenue D. 111$''. and or Tax certificate No. :>7,
To the Honorable City: Council City. -. prices thouoo on line of MasKachuiietls Avenue to dated the 4th day of No..embe.1.. \..., -#(> Sell Real Estate.<
tienttomen: \t tth the varIous funds In their present condi- I Lake Ruituiyiiiwte tueuoe to Hue of Lot 6 of has flled said< curtiflcate In my office
We the Notice la hereby given that the rth
Finance Committee hoc leave" on day of
should l b. unless aomflthlnir '
_ _ _( the following rewiet covering our "" .m. a there.....-" happen. no why reaaon.there should not be a Notice of Application for Tax Deed I Hlock IQ.'.. thence to Connecticut Avenue, and has made application\ for lax deed to Iftque April. A. D. I ICC'' at 10 o'clock' In the forenoon
of two V.". ."' decrease In the.m.lre for tho ensuing Under Sections 574 I thenru north to point of bOKiuuinK.Tux I I In accordance. with lawSaid I will apply to the County Judge of .Uneeola
On March funds
1st. 4907. the or.the city and.5'Z'5. Ortliirat No. H-lIelflulIllIl( at the certificates! embrace (he following de- .
( flu follow.. towit: respectfully. submit C. L.the IANDCh"r..n.above ropoi h of the General Stat tes. ]I North w .... "rnmer of *ectioi .", In Township I :Jfi aiTllxd) ("iropcrly Hltuated in OMceola county. 'sale County the following Florida for described an or Jar r-il to estate sell kt.belonging private

GHNERAL. FUMD. W. J. SKAKS. S'ntli, P IK lierrby Iv.u Ihnt Davt: Dans, !South of |Re DKV .11 Root run aotitll IIT'.I eel Florida< to the _tate of George 11. ILdoceaaed.. to pay
] To be on collectedCash h..d.. > t I J. W. MILLElt.Tliern jmrrhaMT Tax \>rtiflcatc No 'T'i dated the.1 cast o"o" feet. north V;'< fci-t. 's]I'i 1 tect.. Tux "ciTlifliate\ N4 110. li1.' of ii u i. ..-..tlon Itiwnoii4i 1*. the same lyirv and hain't situate In the

)lin".i/< i further )business. the :.rd day of July.A. I>. Isvi, haH flied< salili'CTllfl.rate 1 l lie fni-1, I liunl1, l"i'liiR as'-i's-i'd'nt the daU's of |" Jl) ,iat ii. hMIIKCH. ,.o t. C.'mb' of Oacoola and Spits of Florida de-
.& '. S '0(4 neil!) luljimrocc] nine I die. I In my olHoe [",1 .haft inttdp' applicaliolj the jhMiHitrt- Aid lax rertirtrati'S I I III the it ii pie Tax cl-rtlficale No :. t. ...., of HC'I t.iK'llon .Ht. scribed.. foil.,.,.. towit:
( Oiitstandinir. warr.nui v \\ Ilel.t'1I |pon the nr-wly I el\cteil, ollicers. for tax ilecd to I Ishuu I lu uiM'ordani'O' ttilll I IH" I ol I V'.w 11l'nluNrld towii'.lilp( .'6 Hoinh. ratine ."< t....1. The south two-flftbn. of Lot EUihty (80)! of the
:: Ma\or .. I ', i-in i ih-t Chilli I b.. redeeuied, ao*. Tax ;cerllJlcalc! No. '.'P. n,,'. of section _'.
Current expenses for yearHTHGKT I 1'1'" ,bworn i in hy th+ to I lill Said corlilli'fite ,finbrnrei.I Hit* f"lloo I n g <1 1. re rioridu LAnd and Improvcrnunt Co.'. addition to
UNI>. .. r("i|>t'ftive (.illices) for tl)HP ensuiH}; ",'nJ...l prupt-rly Hitunlttl I In I "", 'eol. ( minty( CiinlittK tu law I tux ctv('d,) will I issue t.hcrcmi ou I touMilp -Jl, south riiuue :'J i-- ea't the Town of Kinn'mm o.
) To ba collacttd. p ". \ Flontln. t'>s\\ II the -tli .IM.I 'MMA.. I I'. I'"". I Tax cc.llflcatn I \ No. |K7. Mei. of n\t'', Kxctiouft Anr person having. objectloni to the granting
ir (>aah on)iand I c l) InC.ll'en'l'Uln. uresetV TV'. N'vuf' w1' uf oel. 440(1 loll :j To'.ohij'I| '.',. \\ itiH'hs lilt olOrutl'\ I.I tmture and neaf thin the I tow iiHhii| 2'i aouth, range J.. "."1. of aaid order will file the came *Ith the County
_ s. \\ .1. Sears, J. \1. Ifan\el !J. IT. Soul.ii 'ur f raiiKi' ,H o.t.The lulu day of \prll. A I). I'un.Iheal j The oil laud- bcliiK aanej Ked at the dntcK of Judge on or before saul date.
1' : : ) \ . AUllirMt E. 1>0 tjAS. the tMtualireof Hald 4'crtifli-Htt'M. rH. ...tlvvly* intlm
Outatandintf warrants .. :' 1'fmin. T. M. livers and 4.| K. said lands licin nsxesM''! nl the lal* .f 'iK DELLA lyE?.
Ibcrt, clerk. the iNHllaiirt1 of' tttioh ff'rtlllfnu\" the immttot ( U-rk. ( (mill. I ioiirte.< .4a < ounty Floilda., I nuiiifs of T M Palmer I E>etc, Unknoiiu. Admx. of Batata. Geo. II. Ivey.
Deficit f i i.ELtoCTRIC '1W.. 1JJ.I"n.!:;!l s nominated as lre: 'e-. ruknou n ' Uiiknow n and rnknowu.Uuli'ftn D .e aaed. .
I.IU1IT Ft'Nn.: I ident of UieTTouncIl: aud, on motion't!.' l-t.le.. nairt c.'rttflrate -hall he rodoi-mccl ROGERS' LIVERWORT{ I aaUl ;certificate* .Mhal 1 lieroifecrncd acconlliiff March I. ltoi.HEALTH.
'To be collected' f I duly st'ConOed] was unanimouslyelecteil. fKX'ordtiitf- t t.> I 1M" tax ,1,1) will Ihtiiu' tht'reon TAR AND 'CANCHALAQUAFor to I"... tax deed will iksue ,thervon out
_ _ C Caah on hand .. .. t >ftf I a I i)" the IMh lrol. tin romplfU* cure ol CoiiKh. <'olda.Aflthiua the :ird day of May. A 1>. l H'; ri.VitueflH ANDIVITALITY
"'l I Tl.i-I "I',.i idcul I ) appointed the follow- VMlnc'.Kiiu nfllrittl" HiKimlurt. ttntl cal Ihi I and rmiHUinption.UroiichlUn and Liverwort all l.tiiurroiujvjainuUHiilliitft" 'larand \ iii)' ofTiclal aiKiiaftire and, neal thlaIBKAI. MOTTS. NCRVIN ..PILUwThe :

Outatandinir warrants .. :'to..'i 71 !Inir committees to serve for' the ..n811'1'j' the 14th inn( I term : j ARrnin h;. I>CNK<;AN.CH . e>:lal>llHhed reputation as a o'andard. cough 10;. 1)OSK'1AN. sail o uuiiien .producon atrcnifth and vitality
Deficit . . $30Bfi 6-' ? remedy. It contaiiiH no umuiii, or harmful build tip the HyMcii and renown tUi* uoriuatvigir
(Circuit Court O la
Clerk ro< r.iuiity. Florida.By .
Klnunce Coiiiixittwe-T. M Rivers
(The above does not include revenue from I I. I' (- c-li-rlCJCIriuit ourt.; tmocolaCounty. ) drug/ run l h.e liiveii with vafetr to ..hllolreD'1 j l-'or *alt by <>N, t-obi rhannacy or bymell
lights; no mill.", wan levied for thin year.I)) chairman: \V. .1. eors. II. M. j'fann.t . Kh>ridi.. 1'ricell.oo. c-oM' oiilj by Onoeola 1 I i!. II. HUIJ.OCK I) C 11 (ia per loiS 6 boxev forE> ou.Hotlotlilierebrtlvea .

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L R. S. Floyd&Co. i in I Latest; Sty1e1Go1denjjil! ( $11 0 t: I! ;

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PARLOR ROCKER ''onlYI : : We Solicit all Kinds Repair Work .

J Bend< us $.85 and veil pack and ship you this rocker:
1r-1.l.-e iv )ur---- fryqf y f that regularly sells .t retail stores for | Boston leathersest .
._ and back with French ruffle at top. 'Made of oak, r----

---- ,_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ nnlshed "golden and highly polished. M.boll.a.lIlIl.h aired if
(- :l.is1ht desired. You can save lots of money by buying
I fiflor tram the factory: Ih.t buys lumber In slf" lets mates: e chair* and sells them right here in the South .. yea .. ;
looker ,--.Intr you heaTy freight charges and retailers'
: SUNNY SOUTH STABLES 111 tetrt ''profits.' Oar kl"| Ire alai.... shows over inc. different
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Y. _____ kinMACH. of chairs for parlor. dining room. kitchen porch OF THE CELEBRATED
85 lawn' ,etore. office-all sizes and styles-all at lowest bargain
\ \ prlc.... Ererjrchalr guaranteed exactly .. represented .
L0 _ _. or your money back. You take no risk whaterer. i "New York and Florida Special"Solid
< Mall postal to-day for Catalogue and specialS
( "k'. L. H. INGRAM. Pr prfetor. _ _ Christmas List. Means dollar In your pocket. Vestibule'JYains; Heated
Steam and Electric
Lighted Dining Cars. .
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kt: Well equipped with New Stock! and Vehicles and pre BROS. ,

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at i i S I \: Livery, Feed and Sale Stable. "CENTRAL ROUTS" "SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED" ,

HEAVY HAULING A SPECIALTY Pullman Buffet Sleeping Car to New York. Lousville, Cincinnati, Chloa.T9

!; *W/ WOOD-:-DRAYING St. Louis, Atlanta and to Intermediate points. PULLMAN

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- tor neirFall and Wlnter-plantlnK general VEHICLES MADE TO
o .Iit' ., Ww/" ntofOraDeeand Grapefruit Trees of all leading varle- 22 OCEAN JACKSONVILLE, FLA.I ,..
rood healthy rOugh Lemon and .. AT .
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of klbd.- Portable' and !: !: .J .
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*) &'8 frobS&rLPg trees in our groves and therefore true !to I Saw M Ill,' 'WoodTworklnor g Maohlo-
.:!! All btldded stock are second to ervShidfleMills Lath Mills, nd
Thr irrowlnsr nursery / ,
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c' ': ife"' Our t.reei' are a* fine as money and twenty year's exper- general line of supolles. Complete Blacksmithing, Horseshoeing Repair Workof| ,
sad our
r'4. 41 We are rnklDgtaspec1alLy this season of the .lint cajrr'ed' In sUfck .for immediate .

A;: J.. I famolls lenoe can Californi&produce.ValeaCia' Late which is destined to become the. ipr&ent. Sold on. easy; terms.. All KindsDone: by 'First-class. Workmen. -
tJ .: t: money.maker 10 Florida. Our Valeocla buds come dl.I
'l'1'8at.e1t. the iestiean1n trees lathe district now famous for pro It will pay you to consult us before
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