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 23, 1909
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00382
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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'." AH' 'Other'Towns in Florida in Prosperity o .: , ,7 0' ',:-_,"" the, Valley, ( he. Cause of 'a s 11ti

ahd Progressiveness Most Interesting Letter to the ,
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v .? WROTENrcSR THE'KISSIMMEE!: VALLEY.GAZETTE( BY ""
of Its (Citizen, ,? : "1lU. J.; DILLOW, CLEVELAND.OHIO.!: ," \ '. :t, Board of Trade. '

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It la with much pride the Valley Ga --- er.mFii. 1tJnterea L"
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ze te. back' over' j It work for the ,' ...... fe-4iHJr1)l&ee.noHtHaMw&, ": _.._ _....... ter was received by the Hoard of Trade ithiscweek j :

: "V' .' . past'tea months in publishing" W the ;' Where supshine and roses cheer your every day,: from Mr. and Mr. JTt P. I rIng' : ,Ji
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o '!fiorld the facts relative to the wonderful ' Dillow of Cleveland Ohio whose .
," opportunities that are here,await* + .' "',, No desolating.winter'8 storms creep,nigh, -. names are Among- the list ofthose to ,'

-. 4 those who would borne and take advantage ., No snow-papped: mountains beyond, 80 high! ' whom the Valley Qasette Is sent complimentary -, SO.; : s; :
;,: 'y .. of them. Oh rivers ' by the Board of Trade and ; ) ;
almost no! the lakes, gulf nor sea:: :
Ten months; ago business .. : Co County'CQ.mniissl0neri: and It Is here! Goods sAT
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)'at; a standstill among our inercbants. Have ever been bereft of their course'sfroe- rei>roduoedl that our people may' see to / : -- Y

there w6e 11tt1. or no real estate changing No 6troked victim has.passeckfrom: this land what extent.the distribution of this paper
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bands, and it war' a care occurrence .ii benefiting'our tow and county.
'Y, when; a traveler left the train. at No starved multitude-d"er planted 1n' Hs'sand. The letter follows:'

our station. Today .our merchants Where is this.? you 'ask. in wonder and surprise! Cleveland. Ohio; April 13, 1909.
doing a splendid business real e. To the Kisslmmee Board of Trade Kls-
'. tate are is more active than 'wasever. ra It where life, after death, lives beyond.the skies? .Immee. Fla. z Hi.t ARRIVING" DAILY .

known before, arid ourtotels are comfortably 'No,no,dear friends,it is in Fldrida.'Ood'searthly paradise. Dear Friends-We take the privilege

filled with guests.. ] of making& .this our opportunity In -

I This changed condition In affairs I, .__. -- which '.e may express our pleasure i' ." : . 1 '- .
has been brought. about largely and'gratitude to you "eclplents of !"' I- :

through i'udlclpns advertising the THE WORLD'S PRIZE AQUiCK TRANSACTION : tour clean'-and Interesting .per..t.he- _-:.,_..:' -

part of this paper, if one would call Valley Gazette .. ,
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, the work we have done advertising. n We bar loot: delayed acknowledging KATZ'SI
( '- Each week during,the past ten months Awarded the Shaker Colony for the Twenty-Six Flve-Acre Lots In its receiPt, and do owe an apolo-' s t

the Valley Gazette contained one: or Best Display,of Pineapples. the Suburbs Sold In a Day. 'Uy.: A Reason. perhaps, was because ', _
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more articles descriptive of our wonderful ( we had hoped to visit your interestingcity .
Osoeola has,demonstrated The demand for .real estate':In Kisslmmee I' _
Once county
.. climate, our splendid soil and more la our: now pact winter. But. as '
'" A. the magnificent health. all enjoyed who its right to be called.the and surrounding territory is lone as there la life there Is also hope ";
of Florida In the becoming greater each day, and a i 'I'
resided here as well as those who came banner.county production and we do hope we maybe amongstthe 1 "u _
i among us for a few months'' stay. of fruits and "egetable.-the most striking. illustration of this fact fortunate in the near future. Not .
The County Commissioners and Shaker Colony, located near this city, was, 'a deal consummated, by the newly only do we hope this for ourselves but.,,"; '
Board of Trade, some eight. months has been awarded the-fiold tredaJ by established-real estate firm of Brown more than hope, for 'we believe If theyLord 'J t
the best. & Harwell the pa"t' week. &
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ago. very wisely subscribed -for two the Jamestown Exposition spares such lives thai there will vVVVVVVVVV ):,
--".. hundred and fifty copies of this paper display of pineapples. On Monday"these gent men purchased be others go, with the same loving Interest rrthth "
Those lite In this section have from J. J. Keen 130 acres lying :.
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the same to be sent to persons in northern and standard of enthdeiasm/as
and westerB,fltates-who_ desired to loner known that the pineapples grown between the Orlando dirt road and we. We are planting the seed right i(!:
: the Shakers their farm a few the railway, bring about a quarter ofa .,
know something of"oOrrtown sj pod coun- by. on and left, and"ou: ambition Is to, reapa ,
ty's' advantages and resources and ; miles from Kissimmee excelled those mile north of the coroorate limits. harvest of a young colony for Osce- I

thai number of copies have been mall-grown I elsewhere, and now that they Un Tuesday the- properly was staked ola's, namely Kls &&mmee'., profit. THE ONLY s'J
.ed erularlv( each week up to the present (I have been awarded the world's prize, off and transformed into twenty-six I We hare had the pleasure of visitingyour
' from the good that has those living in other states will nolooker lotsof, five acres each, with necessary
I I' time and state four different limns. Our :
been accomplished It is safe to say question the statement that streets and alleys, and before the sun first, impression was one that left with-, Sure Way of Trnck1llg'a?' ,
they will continue to be mailed for I Osceola county produces a better quality had sunk to rest on the following day Jn our hearts the longing desire of becoming I :
some time to come. of fruits than any other section in every lot had been sold and more permanent residents there sometime '
this most favored state. There are could have been disposed of if the
When tt Valley Gazette first Inaugurated i If God permitted. a part of Eden. *>? -IS BY'SUBIRRIGATION-- r
few people outside of Florida supply-4rSU not been exhausted. The -
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this system of Advertising ; "the Ga/den of Paradise, to remain
i.that have ever bad the pleasure of purchasers, re residents& of Kis.ilinmee .
there were some pessimists wBBideelar* Jntact, we certainly end It in dear
eating any of this most delicious fruit, I and demonstrates! their faith Florida.We I
ed I It to be nothing short olx'"fallow .plj
I but. we can assure them that nothingmore in the future progress and prosperityof
journalism," and cried out against long to creep out of the compulsory
I luscious has ever passed the palate this community. artificially
but winter
the Commissioners' action -pow overcos-t, the ,
of man or woman-it Is absolutely'Incomparable. w\\
-that prosperity Is on every max'stongue heated houses of the north to enjoythe a1lI"\
manufacture
'Z We and supply Drain Tile of '
and reigns In every household\, fruit.and vegetable by FLORIDA LEAGUE free air light and sunshine of sizes. Also agents for Gasoline Engines and! ", I&",'1 1V
pessimists loudest Every grown twelve months In the yea-riD' the well
those self-snipe are Supplied ,
i j, Irrigating Gomplete'Irrigating plants 'f' {j,
contlnuanoeNif the Shakers is of the highest': quality
in our their policy.clamor In other for a words, they havy ,I and. they richly deserve the prize Meets In. Lakeland/ and Adopts a j flowers known, .favored fruits and and advantages envied state ol' installed. Write {dtprices. ,. J, : 's li j

been educated converted, to the awarded them in a contest wherein the Constitution.The We thank you again for your kindly .

: that this section possesses .act-j whoia world participated. Florida. State Baseball Leaguemet past favors, which we keep passing oh, 7 '.
Bp\\ the Shakers are not the only I I Loveless & ewell,1
; vantages and opportunities to In Lakeland on the-Wednesday Respectfully : ,:
in this section who exceptionally "
r.r -! persons grow J. P.
In MR. MRS.
:-1 the prospective homeseeker and fine fruits arid vegetables, ''afternoon at Z o'clock and adoptedthe AND DIMX; >W. :

"vestor than any other locality InI' there maD orchards and b'y-laws of-the South Atlantic WINTER' 9ARD FLORIDA'. ".
as are gar- '.STAn PRESS RESOLUTIONS[
America. dt'iur.in"( >this vicinity that excite the. League for theta" -government the presIdent ? i

'l' They have awakened to,the fact that wonder: of l 0.11.visitors ahd which pro and directors of the'leaa-ue to i iI OO

I :::.\; the, death' rate is lower in Klssimmee duoQ- ,abundantly, and net handsome I have' a copy of same ,I", . i iL In Regard Securing Desirable ., ,\
'than In any other place on this contU X3eorge B. Groves of Tampa ', --
\ th"elr.x v '* was ap'pofat ---c \
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proflts.to >wners. ;-, Y I Immigrants for Florida. 'r
>" nent! that there,is,no more salubrious Osceola 'county H' becomioLnotedthroughout ) 4..to draw up the'schedule of: # tO tOa.o tOa.p i O'Oa ,
;, climate; both winter and' summer, to the United States, for the games for the sea ot. of 1900. It was We are .satisfied. after hearing the bo )

found! in Americ.a._and, that the soil of quality ahd quantity. of fruits and vegetables decided thaj-eceipts, of the!:, holiday I' interesting address of Mr. William Q '
Osceola county "will produce as abundantly games, After "B ve per cent Is. taken T. Blame' on immjgratlun that 1 .
that I in soil althoughsome
produces I S'J
of anything planted as any that whoareunacquainted with the therefcpirvVe pooled and divided be- the future orosuerltv of Florida rests S' Quaker Oats :
can be found on the globe. These tween all'. teams In the league. : largely on agriculture and the bringing ;
conditions existing here discredit the
thinva they have been taught oy reading facts, but we '.....ur..tbem they are not Much interest was manifested at the : of more population into the state! : ;
Gazette, as havevhundreds and the directors and that the practical, profitable. and
the Valley meeting
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only safe in believing but< in acting in tins' is' the best food you: l'
of others throughout the north sanguine of the success! of the move- economical way of securing immigration ,
for
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upon we' can truthfully say .
.: : and west and todaythe busines men land ment. Lakeland, Tampa, Bartow and ; the most //ar-reachlng- most
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..( of Kisslmmee are reaping the reward where mop or better produce! thjs!.of any ,Klssimmee were representedjit Jhe, effective._toJ_ >e pursued for the best andmost can ii y. It keeps fresh sweet s"r,,
the advertising col- successful results, is to advertise S ;
of work although meetlolr.-aud---ot.ber towns Will send ,
; character Canbe Ktther8drr-ft a b ,
lheVaITey"DaYet are patronized representatives' Florida in northern( and western newspapers free from '
-r-- "uiuns"of | acre of ground both our soil and climate to the- next meeting, and impurities .no, - .
,j .: '0' leas by them now than at. anytime being peculiarly adaptedJtp.the: which will be held !in Kisslmmee J at a and\ periodicals! from which S ,
during the past four years... date to be, determined later.Dr.. W. sections we must secure new citizenship : '
(: of fruits and vegetables.WORK it
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4' .. We are more' than; triad they are : W. Carson of tills" city was electedvicepresident wealth and energy lieYe'lop'; matter long you keep or; S"a ;

: : I prospering and hope that through our' of the '' allue. ; '., elourcee. and that this is S e .
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... efforts they will amass aT competency IS ,PROGRESSING. the most.Umwrtao'! subject before the. how I-* >*. V the 'weather-'is. '; ,. TV yw;
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'\. sufficient\ to guard4hem'agalast possl- people of the state. today; therefore : '. : ,-. ; ti
,t.table! want" when old age unfits them! for On the.Old Soldier i (Colony and the I BENEFIT, Of V. i. S. L. Reaolvedtithat .the Florida Press Association i 9'

ra: further contact with the world in the .New Town of,St. Uoud. -- "recommends a hd urges the a 'It's, the greatest/,strength'' ,S, .

t. battle'of trade and"traffio. We consider Three Slendid Entertainments to,Be 11..latlve.iDd. executive departments .
4's It our duty'to dd all lo our pow- Work is now fairly under way at the of Florida to appropriate aod. expend maker and costs the least '
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:" .: ..10.to buildup and make prosperous Old 'Soldier polony, a full corps of Given Next Week. / at least. 125,000 per veer for-1909 and 'S .,- 'S, '
,, Lo .v county and our state, surveyors'laying out "be'property at. han $25,004-for 1910 to advertisethe .
+ our.town our -
The ladies of the Village Improvement b ;::: b
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and we will perform that dutv to the 5-acre plots and the t6wn site in. lots Socletr hare arranged with the .tateln' newspapers and periodicals l- money. . : ,
.. 1' > best of our ability., ': -, 25x150 filet, which work they expect to Ooss-Bartell. } Company ofNew York outside: of Florida and that Mr. Q Q'' _
The Old Soldiers' Colony that has complete within the next forty or. Cftydays. William T Blaine on account of his a'g
'f' . M for three entertalnments/'tiext. week-: close stud and thorough 'famlllarlt' S Quaker Oats family size package 'contains +
.been established 04 the world-famous Monday, Tuenday and Wednesday the finest chirfa. Ask"your: dealer, about it., ,
almc/ be
with this Authorized and ,, :
I It' St. Cloud plantation sixY. t ilea-cast of Contractor Prank Bass.haa evenings. /- subjeqf *Ti' *. -' f O"pie
this city has Infused new life Inuj the completed the six-room dwelling to be ''fhe, entertalnmepti will consist of requested to present this subject to the. , .., .
veins of our people; the Hlllls colony used as headquarters for the engineers/ h'gh class movln" pictures and illustrated -. proper prate 1 departments for this assbclatlon. ..

that .is to be located to the north of us' and surveyors, and he will Begin songs byte. celebrated artiste, .. s Quaker Qala;: Gtnpa1ly S' 1
\ and adjoining! the city limits will add building; additional houses j lust as Miss ,M. J. Bsrtell..-, The great classic Resolved further, that this association -
', boon ss streets and'public parks' recommends and urges every CHICAGO h .i ,
i another link to the chain of prosperity the drama Bee"! Bur, will be b'
,< ; the installing of waterworks InCissmmee ,are laid off...It being the intention of with Oriental! splendor in music,paintings Board of Trade, Chamber of Commerce 9 0'.00'tDO'1D4'AC, "AO'R O'tOacOa.oacOO' "p "
) will at once put. us In the the'company to reserve all the space Jeoture and wonderful hand- Commercial, Club.! and !like bodies '

". class with modern and up-to-date clt- necessary for purposes of fecreatlon painted, moving: pictures. These entertainment to pace res61utlons ai once urgingthe 1 1aa '' (iof
--lea, and the building of a complete and atpusemetit. The Osceola Telephone been given before the proper legislation to enable the of MX101 tot 10frOtlOt fOltOf>alOfiOilOtIOSfOttOpOt>alClttOdOtC.IA.

system of 'hard rOads throughout .the. Company has installed phones, .greatest! Chautauqua Dave assemblies In the advertising of Florida as set forth in . OABSOW. J. A..CaAHroaD. a. u Lurrca.aceratmrr. f r' "tP.Nw
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county; which the County Commlssiod- and now the new town Is.In touch Kith country, and have proven most. nopu- the foregoing resolution VlM-Pr.lcleat. :.
ere are now doing, completes the prosperous the outside world. lap attractions. .Sfhe fact that"they are Resolved further, that this association .;. ;f;".

', and progressive( chain, and The number of inquiries received In given for the benefit of the V. I. S,. urges every newspaper and periodic *
I places our town and county at once lo Kisslmmee dally indicate'that twice as should be sufficient!! to fill the Opera !,' In Florida to recommend and { LUMBER
the forefront of Florida's, advanced many will make application for lots. IIQuu..Qn.nufoMondal.Tueada7 and .urge upon all people In its local com CO.. 4'

_. towns and counties as can-be- accommodated on thVIandf Wednesday nights.Mr. munity to in every way use their best. -
Prosperous and proa-re..heKI.lm- already purchased, but it 4s understood Influence with their representatives. in j'

mee and, Osoeola couSaty, the Valley to be the cotnpany'. Intention to R. P. Hanseorthv-Cfpress Islr the legislature )""advertise Florida as'

Gazette has ,placed! you on a pedestal jurobaseas much-! more ground as' trucker, has for years been the, most' herein suggested the -efld that the \ and Dressed
from which you can not be cast down. will be necessary to meet all demands. uniformly successful vegetable citizenship, wealth" and prosperity ofthis \ Rqtigh : -
grower -
'a.f' The more one thinks of 'this enterrise In;, this section. He has .four.flowing state maJ'r&Phll, Increased, _
Rev. L..D. Geiger, the! well known > ,the more colossal becomes, and well. on b4s island; and%: never lacks Resolved further, that. the secretaryof Pine Dumber.HOUSE '
h', :' : ;-. Baptist dlylne of Apopka, died suddenly I' would pot be at all, surprising if our for water even Inthe dryea season, this association be instructed to y li
;" at his home at. hat place last town grew to ten thousand population which send a full copy pf these resolutions .
.. probably accounts ID a large _
Tuesday. Mr..G Iger was well known within' the next two years. Anyhow measure for his uniform success. This to the Governor of the, state, both
.. .N": and popular in Kisslmmee; having here is no county. or town In the state l18a.OD he. baaalresdyaoldoy.r $1,200 branches' of the legislature, all_commercial - -- --' "-V A W '
preached at the aptlsf church her* on hat nave brighter futures than Osced-; bodies mentioned above and : A .SPECIALTY.TI ; :
worth beans from four'acres and is to every" newspaper and periodical m, ,BILtja .. ,- ;
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_ t GREAT CAlPAIGl, .) FOR EDUCATIONf" 0 .t" .UtE- GeneraL' NEWS NOTES;.- ,*,.._. SjJliOLlNfSCANDaL: ( ; : ; L Commerce-. COTTON,Cmmi..I._'R>. TSl! ") REDUCED.Decide.Again' CHRISTIANS BUTCllEflEDAmerican :;j


'Work ords all ,one 'most valuable to studentsof -The biggest Surprise in tho pot: :'Seaboard Rat Contest..Wash'lnjUJiyD. ., : '

\ Outlined By Leader'* .at, economics as related to education cotton market. In jecent .years occurred .$260,000 Offered Government ., 'C.r-The, Interstate"' jMusionarie* Murdered ,;;
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,Conference in'Atlanta. Dr. Ellis reviewed the progress -ofaliricultiaral at ,Sjelma,; .Aia.; when C. A.', :Me- 'Commerce Commission, :.a-ecaion I Ij .By Turki. ItCohstantliiople
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- \ development a. rVlatcd 'Kin honu urchased 3,000 bales at anaverage to.Stop" Investigation. rendered fn- a' case l Involving' the rea I.natica
-- to ,
-- education In '
tbe various states price of lo rents a pound)1") sonableness rates" 1n' from

; MORE .FEDERAU1D NEEDED mail"affording of Illinois striking, wan, examples quoted -as, invest.The The rioting', wlilch occurred 'at Vel,; SOCIETY; mm INVOLVED j Florida points to 'ton., ' WARSHIPS 1J1JY TO SCENE _:1
nrdcna .
the 100
InK $250,000 : ; 'Mexico -the big coal :'mining that rat 9* 39 cents Qcr
tion field Inuniversity of Investiga "camp In the mate of Conbuila, fec''nt- 5 /. pound a, OIl ,' Island etOI from ,
B'imny Woman'Teacher" In the. agriculture Pro | ly, was serious titan at first reported ./ Alachua to' Savannah, when shipped '.I
Dicud Lire 'lessor Montgomery baa done more. ..The Government Report lndic l. That, the Turkish E '
attn.liar Want the
't ) mua.1era
a .! vet the Seaboard Air Line will af
N 1 thlrtyllwo men: Ireing killed ,
Topic* -Public' TcXktion and th. work for the co.-n' .farmer*, !In' J? j and' pire on
braska . t and many injured. Tbe .trouble. was ... ,N me* of U Prominent Women tol it reasonable compensation for
Ntgro Boncii for School. ; Professor Holden'.In the agrt : Instigated by Fattier Valenzuela the /: haul, and will, thcretore, be ren5onuble -
Dixie cultural college)' In Iowa. The Connected With the C.. a the Botptioru. '. :
,; 'EI.ct.i 01 seed values ; -parish. priest, it Is averted, who lies e.s / rateover that line for the ,- .,'
,* ' Officpr, *, method" testing were referred to, the' I In.a.. hospital<, ( lioverlnif between 'life 7 : future. The 40 cents rate over Ibatline '
).," used for testing wheat, barley and death. Fourteeli of tbe rioters Now YorkCity.!: .-The smuggling from Gainesville to Savannah are Turkey.-Turkey J- ,j 'l

; 4. A- A' A A->AAA A. A A ALA A A'j l other, oats, pea with, alfalfa cottonjind nave been summarily executed\ by 'the syndicate, which flrst offered Cpllec-; jH'ld to be unreasonable and unduly aflame ou'-lioth sides ofiM) Bpsphorus. ''

q,. A HE.IIULUl: IONS ADOPTED Bf A aa crops with, just an valuable reaulta 1 government, troops) and many hlljHII /<- lor of the Port:' Loch JlOO.Otiy( ( ((0 drop discriminatory. Anti.-Chrlutian teoln8 In" Asia

J A' EDUCATIONAL!: CONFERENCE A i|.yeln he- reviewed corn. tbe In results an Interesting. cued Many Amet leans renido In Vel.aijciia (the .t'ovfi-niiiefi't j ii.vcBtigallon of (hebinuBgllirt The j-ommissipn raid that tbA, rate Mino'r is spreadJiu" Jl'ue MuB8ulmon ,;

( 1_'. ,.A HI R IVPI< 'I h iVii-.i- Conference A that had to .ogFicuhare :: : rb'n camp being controlled byLUrar "of "uleeper"" trunks; con- from tbc'He"polnla: to Snvannaa ought are pemecutlng 'b k'ithout' 'n'
come ,
: 1 ...for- Education in tHe South rocommends A- investigation and scientific/ through the :' AflAoI ," ,_ __ .,_,_,____ __.__ laliiing- ."".(ii0( ( worm of Paris gowns, not in the future to exceed the rate di..cnimicuatlun-btt inelp hatred 1 h. dl-
for atteniion in tlo treatment Admiral Gregorle-ff and Lleu- "has InTTPBBed its -offer-'to-$2ti\ ;t IOO.- -btii--s.11xed.over. tha1d1rQJn.Ala buU the Arme
,f' special A by government of the ravagesof ;; _
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t. A the worn of lue Imuifedlaia fulure. A the white scale ruining the tenant Smirnoff, subordinate offli-ers\ accoraint lo Mr. lx>ebt Savannah. The jcase wan that -.rlncja.u nlan.-Jutl/ IUI'III" their=
44 orange under Vft-e Admiral Nebogatoff In Ihe "The- aiiiouni now offered the gmeiiiment the railroad conuiilsulon of Florida sword.
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A crops of California the boll weevil I i homes and putting mem to tile
.. 1. Improvement in county, BUpervlstoi A In Its attack upon ;j the tbe i Rutil : A Ibe colton ; I do ne ) as strategic point A jsplenlc/ fever commonly culled Texas watt dHing all it could lo
A In the/ entire educational IIYIo .... fever and ravagesupon -cattle life. 1 al St. Petersburg Hu n
A I ,DI. A.j In the development of our mineral wetsetilenceil 1 to death for gents w hat would be. penalties) ot fully relation, orirates, ep seaitsia1uLotton burst ofracial / (; bu sub- .
A V.. The > and -having surrendered thejr! commands. t tio.tiiin( \ aixive the ajipr'ttised value, "of fem Alachua Gainesville and H,w- passion :11 lha .
professional training eBource in our manufacture dued at once, and duilng-
!), 'e.k
but, |J1lew of clrcum-( i lie good': All ''offeis have I been .rix born, Fla.: to Savannah, Ga.. I lie rnspoctjve -
A of teachers; to meet the Just de 'A 'higher education, .IlL pa"ng even larger extenuating: further news of rioting and massacre -
f ..lall<'IJ'I!. their nentcnceH oommuled lu..d. \4' "all( the smugglers." / rates being 39, 40. and 45 "
A maud for more emclcnl servtce\ A proportionate returns than were be expected:
In '
; A and especially the Bti eiiKtlx'i.ing. l .. A Dr. Ellis ....mated and agHcultuNs. he- to ten years imprisonment in It Is 1 believed that worry ov r""lhla (cents per Hip pounds via each of thedefendant The ca situation, in Asia Minor I quite
-A .of the related a foat I''I'M. 'rln\\ 1 begSn serving tliel'i cnM" KO ufl"-c-t'ti. the mind oTAVIIllain lilacs The Florida Rail
I ;: department cf: edncatlun A many Interesting Incidents to dlstlnc.l the political
4. A in the mgner lustllutioiis A. Illustrate/ 'the 'fact. i """lilf'nc In 1907.! It hi reported that H. llainbrldxe, contldeuUfll agent oft road Conimlpslon regarded thjs adJtiHtment that l invaded arm Eu'oIJell, Turkey'tllrmol IIW G
General I tlio United' States tfeaisury department as an undue preference lo
i
Sloesscl and
A for the training of men as teach- A No; /paper of'jJie conference bad centered Vice Admirali past week. *
A era and prtncipalj or high schoolii .AT' In it moa lively interest than i NeliciKaton"; / a lao will bo pardoned : III < barge!! of the customs bureau 'Alachua.The oommlstslon held the *i he. former is racial and religious.and .
) III Pails, that he committed Kulclflc. complaint w.ell founded to the Seaboard '
A and as ..uperl'tllendenlli.A A that or Charles lv coon of Wilson shortly .... a beais a strong .resemblance e to
: but made no findings to the
3. The ex.tenblon or local school. .. N. C:, whose addreif Non "Pul>lk Tax- Workmen; In the Lolilnville atidNuglivllle ? The treasury department had Atlantic, Coast Line Railroad as 4lie appalling AI ml'lla1 masuatres ul
A Improvement leagues to A atltfn and Ihe ; machine Rho *( In Ix. ulsvllle. fully approved/ Mr. Halnbrldge'scourse $ Company -
every Negro, was replete i> ten years ago. latter Is alt outcome -
A community lii the .south and the A with .facts, statistics( and general sugIgeKfion Ky., mlBNc-d' CluOs 11. \Valdroii. fn I Ills case, but he left a noteticlaring of haul.. beCIUb' of Us greaterlength of '.' "Tie( al popular

I A earnest effort to place this In. .AIa,1 : that made li invaluable. aged, SO years They climbed l that he was the victim\ of i constitutional. government.

A ..ptrIii work upon a self-support-. .A Urlefly summarized he drew, attention to I the top of a huge boiler In which u plot.tollt''tor. .' TAFT AflENPED BALL ( I '1 lie Young lurk haul' has I been,
'
A ing basis. A I to I the; fact that the oiUh Is he }had h'norkll,!;, and saw him Ivoertj mated that in the IAME ;ractlcally arlven to cover by tneblrong

of'A" '-Continued eOortB In behalf "I"I nlIug, $32.<<;.8,1!(:'1--_ on_hr ,.") .... '.1':1111L.: : Iron It Was found that agas nrt-'oiiailui.( for the abandonment, ofI President Taft Rooted I in Vain for movement agaliibl it. lirsL

A at compulBqcy! : education in sucb AA -hiols.. Of this amoiinr 23.06,9H, pipe )<:ulrrnll r: to tfie TIIK-Iu hadiirtIlit I be lu\u.lhaIlOIL.lll.I1\'LIJ.r-1lm! : : ,_ n(' ____Washington Team. flail II"'uit ed among I lil001't at i onKtaiiilnople. -

t a manner at may t bu aeeined wixelu IK paid for touchers white and col-', $ a l 1t'lIk mid that.!,,. \\'aldron had bad been approached, '' Keveutl repmable \nNhlnlonO.C'Preldl'nT] Tar Hut tne Young lurka

A each state. A oreil' or 74.4. per cent of t the tqtal.Mgio
A 6.'e lecogulze': with dellglu* ; / teachers. art receiving about \curly $;:,flI.1>( .% A, the l Increase in dignity\ aiul pow- 'A''\ ':L lk.7(15( or 12 /per cent of the total InK IXtid (or school hooks by the < / he, .111<1 that even they did not |IO..IUI 't-can| LaKi>ern, wun l mltiittOti that the con'iins week they
A er of the oflu-e/ of 'stale I<-1< <-II1H1111'f' for know tI..ltlt.nllly of the stutiggle: a Into the ,'.. ot (lie turlf -
I uuperintendenl AI[; I' nilsveset. wtille' m-linml 'ojilhli'I i fti of ('lilv.ano Ulan UitliricVsJ > 1).1"1'1 "i-plt will jiaihuinent -
A ot education, whlcn in A ', ,, Ilit (' teachers are boliiK: nuid 64.4 / I .ohiirfe l for the ", i-aniu t'.II t ami had been iftalnecl' byIntel'
41*: A attiacting the blrougesl men 4 a l per ('flt. The. amount lieing sp.tttOll ; books III tli| |HT cillch\ I This ia theenlnmif 'I'N.r Vi i\"' President' Sherman, who Turkish troops in large linnihi-n

.r A among uu, and the glowing iL'4 I negro: t tcacherB; : In by far I the larg- of afign'Kate overdiurKCHlornieil Ixu'liV. invctitlKation, t-o far tat t in ( .. box Il'xt to him ; wiKlictl, arc !iuoving In tile ul lhcaplial .
vt A ognllion of these) 1 Icacfc'rtf the 'PFI item nf shown I hal I the smuggled t'ow UK had hard lor "'" lu win. and said dl"'IUI
us rxpenfie of fhe I "hlllIOI
negro pubHe by H Hjieelul I I I IllvCHtlKiilillKCdininllKe I I I /: ) Iroiu $ Adrloinijilu and
A real 8h 4I hools. liet-n niuiiiii: Pitt ii liy lamciuh pl>erds of thu people.A / K I In addition to lb<> exensc : I I I of t the board of edutatliuiup I wauut I inner poiiKH In ;in opean Tuikv'I'uei
? 6. The National Unreal of Ed. 4 a )< of the neuro" :; 1 teacbers. the south ioiirl' ..11, 'iirl> last 11111'1'. HJpnerh .lor I man) "oui"1 of exceji- "iitii, tltiti." Vouilng week will' tlixilob,? Hie. leal
) : A ucatlon has made l li= iiavlng I about $!b H7.r.7u I : '' I tonal socli.I 11 IIIII..nt.1 nnd 'wenltliin ti > i Ill Washington oould recall
_ _ at Washington 4 h eachyear.. ( of this lemarkuble advance.Cunhi .
eoiK" HcBth of I Mbmllle.I l =N. .
N;< w h. Huston. and 'lii. "
A such Ube of Its limned rcoouicus j milking the total ugKii'tate COKI of y" l'h11aI-II.III .l) just 'h"1 I )1'Rld"11 of the Ion has been
niut rcirivecllieie
'V. ".e ho is hclicvid I to be I ht "il<1f t \\ lI slid Unit: the reaHun foi I iniMl
the aKblnKlon. MiiU-H
I'A as has rendered It- a valued re- 4 I negro schools nenr f.4.730.375.; itilet' III tfteMiilil III 111'11I IaJ IlnH Of Hie Killing of tao Azne't I R sic
A :'Ilionngurcj J relate<< t t to the'states II puiin t of iicilvf (lifeline Mil h I largo Mini lo stip- I in I this t-lly.' With all of
Inforcc-meHit-o( every Kuod; edtua- 4 of hi. 10' ..
K>r\'ii'i'. i lec'intjy I took a fivt .11"0 S' Iul. inllU] leu at Aiian'a. The muiderfd -
Vlrnlnia. cult. JrlC'rH t Ilu 111 \ t'Ht Igal lull '.cItc tu --lak Id o'.ln.OI' i miami 1 lr. ItooKe-
A tional Ibroughoui the ; (Caiollnn Soiilh (Car t-pori I. -
: movement I 4 af : : ,
MKiition befoie. ; Mr. Kogei and
A land. \\'e are glad lo note that- A I ihnn. Ceiirgla., : Kloililu. Alabjima. Mis- siiirthm In fur aniilurnr i in .-women from I Ihe 11111'n..111 j \t-li did not (,c> wlihlu tin'. hullgil'uiiltiu ml""llurll''l'' h
> <% at the ", nK" Iii nUt has hpi-nl, ihieaienetl, Uthe 11' !laur. Thl Ut in'i's ci'III''C.I>
t ,
""'-"IJlI'I.| I julhiaini.. imlilirii \ itiinlnj A congreHH has begun lo make a | | TexiiK. ArUuiiiasnnd H\'I )
..IXI)' tour _\eaiK .-ellillK l>J'e. mutt 111- tub I 10,111,4 with the nilKHlons are ..uf.. Including .
dIi. met Increase In I the l .'1tci'i i) h < nitalne' : Sl.I' l white hom-(- !
A I
l'A ajiproprl- I though h" is ei!"ht > 1 I" u veaiH of &!!(', I In I I'aiN i i It a a "tinilei-Ititiil' I i lint, the Taft Mr (lnH'' h'. a ho-i, lit tat hI.
( I
] lent nf tln' I at tingame
A ations for this omce. h In .J tii'zro" : >ii >nlaiion 1'11'1,1 1I'd '
out I
I | | ..
he is still all ti 1 .. 1 -
lo > a ,to; (1 days I IM.IMIIV. i 1,, hi. 11'11'h "u.hl"| anluirry
\ " ; I.I I I LI Kli'i'H.K ol I iliiHi'riiiid
(
A create as has liltberto been: madeA 4 I. (1" (''Ijt-o'tl'p" for < < ,
Is. however, wholly inadequate1 A I. Fdu.utloll in I the South |ire'l l more xlllillt'iiiincialkm ucirK- on I Ihe lOeul Pili"]
\ lItill., inti'ii-sllng than ihe nf II"" inakerb of the ciiiiig.ltI ga( n.intl I < rug' | a lyany
gicai
A to the of "pl.'I,1
nei-dH I the otlu-c and AI t noxf to \1.111 lt .
A painfully dlBvroportlonaie> fo the AI I lust (ItO'. when t lie group nf speaker of I tbe principle' of the lJi-ntlt, > ,,! the ,\ U"'IICI.n01. wniliom gland Hlund to the l'hl llo. liaxe tiiK"-n I < f UK'' In t h6coiiMiluicx. -
;plot Clion aid it the tariff l It sii-la- "- fur wlionj, the wie made f Tbe local 1"001'| iii.il I hoKOeinor -
A importance (''I I the iiilc-n.t" a IndiMleJ Dr) I'a."dl Kills <'pf the fniversily 1 ) 1111PIIIo..1 ( oinciH ofIIH' wide
IOIIH'A| )." 1,111111> in ruriKrepK ti, The (-ollet-tor! does inn belieie I lli me doing/ Ihll' In'MI to piotect -
A which it nerves. Wo respectful-I I of Ti-xas ; Siiperlntrndont.' : a > 'Itllll bli-acherh. an I lb<* ciowcl
{' jireleiise ami a show formed the keynote Knew-I that iheir f.owiis i were j i I -OKIIl/.cd I tlic the town bill I there U KICUI, tear
of
000. WIlHOn, N. C. Mrs. WCI..1 'Iul > and
: A ly urge upon congress that It 4 II. It. 1"hl'I.
hat
A undertake without iiirthfr delay j II ]Mimifoid of Klchumnd. ; Dr. 1,11- of t the jiililreKBCs at the annual: lo l bi smuggled Into the eotinliy.( bui i-aw him greet I the vice- pt t- .1h'l1, The 1 cannot hold out ninth longeruguln .
'lain JobiiMon. A the placing of tnis bureau upon 4 I Memphis. Te .n ; Mrs.Hobert 'd'lohl0,1
The Amerlianlce eonKiil
.A.' aucb a plan of efficiency as well j I I Kmory 1'nrk ; It-ah IJda Shaw In New; York ('It> In ce'i'bra- buy other guodH abrwad with jiune dlreiily t i to (he. gi nit iids i ion, the at Mer-
'King of Mroun I lion (if the one bundled. and ilxty- the undt.taiuling I that 'lht'y"n' toP S ('lIR'C ( hanilicrj .Ino, John Debbas'' haM 1"1 unable
A enable It to rcMider In full the 4 t fnlvi-rslty, Providence -
A .service which the slates repre- i B K. "I.1.woulli sixth annlveisary' of t the blith, t of Titus.j tlellvciod to thc-ni In Am<'I"o "(IUt' j -. SI.IIII.. Kept a d'lal.. RCOICof 10 proceed to Adana. owing to the

J A seated in this conference require 4 1 "effcron1'here were prenenl a paid" _ number of dem.x talic j noiubleh.Washington. ( I jrarchasi-r I cuntoni* wlth warship Is i,ruc< A and expect 4torn Such a feueral 4 TALK MIIH MARS. Il 111 annoyan< < tC Midi "1J1! > ral'-fllurtl"lol as
; A office. 4 'oU.I'J (' will I I I sell I t the sel.edKON I lie it kt-' '-_ '

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAtlaata hI It Would Cost $10,000,000, However, ': nb. at jiublic' aticllcMi next month, caused ,hOO. 01." In iln i jiarty lo tu-i the Moslems Several Arinertlau"I

6, toFlash Messages. I'lpsldont Tuft nnnoiinced to an und will! "-1110d, "ehKinakei t and'models ] mark that: If lie ever lost thv job of farms In that nelgubuihood have lieertdeulio.vtd.

_ Ga.-\Vlth the adotlou of: I )lol
I; resolutions asking larger federal appropriations enough, about it to /put( about $I(''t"ut'I," I Augusta Ills winter home In I lIe fuI lan JolniBonjt .<,'orlnl acts f. because of Keilous d"Ir"dalloI8 bythe
I .
I.r ;:ie support of. education UIIU info it, there is no good ft-asou ( fUR WHit MIN LIMHED.. I The |iii't ldeiit ; un nod the Kurds itt t tbe NlrluwllllK1.-

a l better system of county buperlnlendence w bylily human I ace should nut bo I V" brlel hl.rrullol of iluyhind I he i-I- lage. although the I n ( ha.
,
t President Taft has dec-lined to in.terfere Mob Did Its Work Very I not I hitat'ttLe of un> particularuiHOrdci
the able 'to tcct 1"1
throughout south laU wlili Mars-and that so g i jI (;ray ji WasnliiKton -
i In the ease of JoaquIn Stgre- Qlckly.O.iulwTI s.Helrtit. .
I better training for teachers, more local noon as n>it July) -according to 1'1'0'1 iltclilrtK, n' i from the minorfH
'' I ra. (convicted on the Panama canal ('It I OKIU.-Four men- > SyrIa -A .
school INr1l11 uprising
improvement leagues advising fl.or1l11am Henry Pickering liar- j b. a bail ca e of stage flight,
' zone of minder, and the sentence of Jp ll'1, Joe Allen, i t.. Hrowfp has occurrc-d al Adana Street ,
j lightf
work lor compulsory; education vard l'nlversll)" ,, celebrated aslron-( lieoio the last .out ittthe5iining ,.
death will be carried out 011'IQy: 7. und J. H. 'iilIer-wee tiiKen Ironi I lo"lolllanIS Ing has been going on fur three das .
where practical, and rejoicing in i om!:!r. 'Communication- with the ) i two runs had been scored
the greater-dignity and power pow al.. tlans will be made 'possible, Ia.r.// Tfits cane was called, to Mr. Taft'sattention' jail at Ada all hant ,, ,-d in a Ito ii In the louith, 'Hie \lu.hllglOl play and at I'BI loot( persons hate b..n
bis visit the th ? street (noon the ..
during to Jail.T kJlle.3.
Canal The practicallydestroyed
.el'ot. )
taching-) LIKe blflcu ot superintendent L L'i ear Pickering declares, by adopting, cm got BO i ail led'they could Dot pickup bl"1
:: zone before he was Inaugurated.The' he guard at me jail was over" by fire. American missionaries'named
of his LalLafler
schools In southern states, the Con- method'Of'flashng-nje-jsages! : : _tne stopping Ki- tnd ttojtou -
United States( supreme courtdenied' powered: toe, hanging was done Rogers and Maiirer the ,
and ,
p forence for Education In the 'South I i Mars approaches earth to within got away .with .tour more
bro ght''jll twelfth, annual meeting toa p- 35,000,0uu miles, ,or about 5,000,000- a rehearing of the Waters-, *b quietly notning was known was th,1 that the tllt.I latter from lladjin, are dead All .1,4; ;

-' clo'.... lfltLt's nearer nan''ever before. Fierce ,OH' .culUpnnr.caHe"; ..Itreceritliaeclded 01 it ,(.-an\rayhllt.) .hOIed be "waa not a "boQ-oo, the .(I her Americans are safe, The' .''iII
.against the com ; ;, neld I In:con- HrltUh vice consul Major ) ..l
; DauKhty.Vyylle
,
J The following..offl cera were elected I 11 I Piofessor; Pickering's' 'plaiTfbnlem-- ," Tbe..j -ullh"IhA Ut.. President' Tom C. No yen of the <
for the ensuing) ear: president. Rob plates .the use of a sevfea -of mirrors pany. '"" Allied muruer of. "A. A.Kobbitt Washiugtott baseball--tvam, who sat Is among, the' wounded'I-"l e, :&
Presenting united and unanimous' ; on Keuruary ,,. 7Uo was shot through the arm. ,#
-f ert C. Ogdeji New York, N. Y.; vice presenting a u.ngte reFlecting! sur- a wtlh tbe' president during the last '
L? president, 13. J. lIald ll1. Montgomery, late turned toward \Iar= aid occupying front In favor of the movement thir ultt was luruieily a I lilted States four innings, when the local j>lay 'd At Tarsus there was loss of life. _._

L 1' Ala; secrelar)'. WIckllRe Kobe, Nuori.Tjlle more than a quaiur t of a inliO:! ty-seven out of the fort.v-eight: Kjftver-: marshal and incurred lue called' UIiIfler much better I ball, a"Mrl'd Mr. 'I aft The Armenian 'quarter was destroy
4-c i1r Tenn. .treasurer;, William A. surfaces nor of the states and territories have \ and others, who It ..alu! mat "hoo-duo" or not hv would alwu ed. Four thousand refugfet. are
.. to Commissioner 'arland & violated Ia a a. All.n andS eM I housed In the American mission. The
4 Blair, Wlnuton-Salem, N. C. h\l.lJJolllng, he says, with 1I0-It-ft-K.written > .i be wtlconioiir.
.l. Executive Commit ten Wlckllffc eignal in operation we began a Hcilex chairman of the fotnmlttee, to change mire ,..aict to be_ prciiiineni, ,-., I"IUl1 J j Taft was Interested aM lull) need of r..I1'r Is urgtl. for shortly

Hose chairman, Nashville Teun. ; s. 01 iiast.es, culling oft the aun's rays the date of inauguration. letters or Canadian 'lexan and. were ,.all!"11he rest. He knows buavbnir thor the tugllUv's will be un the .verge of

I C. Mitchell, Columl>la.' S. C., president for an instant and then 111 row lug on :: will be written to the temalnlng 12. At the pii'llnilnaiy hearing a 1\1'4 o oughiThe preBldent was ucconip.itiled "llIn aLlots. Conditions in lleiclly
cf Ml He held '
i \ University of South Carolina; W. H.Hand the reflection, again repealing this. at gov rnors-aain bijhiKln? 'the mutter r as an 11 { WI- to the park by Captain Arcln of Alexandrelta also are berl-

44 .- Coumbla S. C.; University of Irregular intervals, forwarding, say! to their: attention an drequest.Mg heir -Ietc. 1 is and ullllel..lood.told how turned.Miller Btatebvviclcnce bad I bald W. liutt, his military aide, and out

'L South Carolina; S. A.'Mynu /rs. Knox- the telegraph code of dots and dashes. co-operation. The committee Is hopeful two secret service men.
L' 'Vllle, Tenn., superintendent of 1 have no doubt that, providing there of getting action at I the present committed me cnme. .hoo'lg itoolltl Four clone babe decision.agalnHt HOME FOR FATHLRLESS.
from ambush the latter
., school; O. J. Ramsey, Frankfort. Ky. ; were intelligent people on Mara, the seaslpn.of| congress and are awaiting by In''a waspasblng I A\'asb.lftton in the fourth lunlug.whei.Hykton Over Charles .
Harry Hodgson Albens Ga.; James light would at once attract attention future developments. wagon.. made four runs, net the crowdIn $2,6,0'Lef by Ellis!I ,
Miller lied 101 e".. where he
K. Kirkland ,Nashville, Tenn., chancellor and would lead eventually to aji answering J. O. LaFontlsse of Jacksonville arrested two was omtthlng of a frenzy. Captain Who Killed .Himself. .
weeKsazo.
Vanderbilt university; Paul H. signal. If we received Koch I connected since last July with tile forestry Hutt was "rooting" hard with I Ihu rent Philadelphia, Ha.-Under the will .

Sounders, Laurel Miss.; James H.Dillard. an answer it would be a comparatively . bureau, was found dead In the URDLK UF: b>r\AI'"b'ftlTB.. of tbll'Wallnglun ccowd.o, sir," of the late Charles E. Ells, the millionaire

;. JS?" Orleans. La.; John H. I easy matter to establish a code and I bathroom adjoining his room at a -- he president "they never street railway magnate of

,) Hineman Arkadelphla. Ark., president transmit mesales"SLCRETAIIYHL5LTh'OFINIDN. I Washington!' hotel. The gas In the Officer Electea at Mnnual Convention kill tbe umpire until the seventh In this city, who killed blmsel accidentally

k Henderson College; J. Y. Joyner, I rooin was turn on. The coroner, not in New Orleans ning." with a revolver April 6. more "

Raleigh. N. C., state superintendentof | I satisfied as to' tbe cause of death has New Orleans, L1Ie'enth division than $2.500,000 Is given for tae establishment

i education ; J. II. Aswell, Natcitoches I i deterred giving a death certificate until of the Urd1r Ual NEW J PARiCHAPHS.. of a home for fatherless

% $ .-, Lft., president Stale Normal Says There lo Surhcient Wheat to I after he can make a more thor comprising the ..late. tt LU un a 1I, girls. The will was and,
probated
: School ; Edgar Gardner Murphy, i Last Till Next Crop Cornea. ough examination.. s Mr. LFentl6B '1'
Montgomery Ala.; H.1.. Krlsseil, I' Washington L), Secretary of I was for a number of years connected tee, Mississippi & and Florida, definitely (that the Spanish fleet shall married daughter, and for his house -

i Hampton Va., principal H2tfpton.. In..Utute. Agriculture Wilson said of the CbicatJ with newspapers of Florida. In annual contention neie, eiuuleu luu be reconstructed The work will bu hold ervaj4s. Mr. Ellis directed
that
r4 wheat corner: The statement was given out from following omeer: Charles J. Haak, entrusted to Drltlsh frmll. the residue of the estate be used

l "The Relation 4f Education to ln-i| "There is sufficient wheat in the I tbe United States district attorney* Memphis, "nll.. pietiuent ; E. K. 'I It I. given out on high authority the organization. ,of a bore for girls.i\ -

; idnitrlal Development" waa the subject country at normal prices
of the address by Dr. A. Caswell bread for the American people up to government had decided to abandon prctmeni; lieniy J. Uauuenoaum, of railroad employees. which were .rut- called the Charles E. Kills Home for

calls; of the University of Texas. It the lime when the new- crop cornea any further prosecutions of Governor 'io" Ln. '1 exaii, kerouu vice presi- and 10 per cent a > ear ago, will Fatherless Girls, and IB to bo conducted .

;J the program of Fr.lday evening- It in, and thofce who attempt io keep Charles N. Haskell and six: other slant; LeVy fiener, inline Hock Ark., e restored' in May. Salaries between along the samelines as Gl-

'proved to be not only Interesting tot prices up at present rates expect to prominent Oklahomans recently Involved liea .urer; Nat uaua .'ew Orleans, and $2,000 were rut 5 per cent rand) College for boys in this city.

'the audience, but a paper which might get their monOy out of the common 1 In1 the HMscogee town lot becieutry ; Leo iacuwaitz, Mobile, ser- those aove. 10 per cent. Pres Mr. Kills' estate is valued f5,000- .

welt: ) be put upon tbe conference rectilXlE peopix! ,-the conIuwters..J \ ." cases. geaui-at-arms. cut was 10 per cent. 000. & -


_' % -' BAPTIST---WIN- PJML Will Meet In Birmingham.lUrmlngham. I records Not satisfied in shooting with at breaking moving gunnery targets' INIUME TAX AUVLICAlrS. Captain .Cblchester arriving In of New.;the York steamship City WOMEN ESE!l ATA( '" ''

:r New Mexico Placed Under Jurlsdiiv'tlon Ala.-Secretary V. H. similar In outline to English. sloops, Their Display of Strength DlsmaYI'' rom Jacksonville and Charleston, re- Protest by 2,400 Female Employee of '

,. of Southern Baptist Church. Hanson announced that the Southern the Atlantic battleship fleet In iv. Senator ports having passed through Immense the Government. .

". 4 t -WissfcJnstan! D. "XI." -New Mexico: I Newspaper Publishers' AfH-GO-'ation' regular battle practice during the Washington, L. u.-Strength shownby I schools of mackerel while off the Dei- Washington. It. C.-A mass meet

k .( rlll be placed under the jurisdiction I jwoild| meet In Birmingham JunO gth corning summer will have real torpedo the advocates of the income tax aware capes"and New Jersey coast ing of nearly all of the 2.40O women

, 'of the home mission board of the' next. This .clt)' was selected at tbe boats to "shoot up." The torpedo has made the senate oigantzatlon uocmediy -. There was school after school, each employed in the bureau of engravingand
last
Southern Baptist Church, Arizona' I meeting In Charlotte but the Nicholson and O'Brien nervous and several amen containing millions of fish. One printing In thl- city was held to
boats
... p rhlch the southern church also date was 'I left to the local newspapers ments covering this ieaiure tureucii school alone, according to Captain prolelaain\ lt the published state
und Uune l 8th has been selected. ha\e been selected as the "victim been offered and wore C'blcheuter covered
ii' OUCht to: have annexed to its tern ----- nave are lu an area of "more National Civic Federation
t: n', will continue.In the territory of Pearl la Oyster Sandwich. These vessels will be taken from the course of preparation. The one Intro than a square mile. He said be bad had named a commite to In- I t

the northern church, but five years Norfolk navy yard to Annapolis-where duced by Senator Bailey again was not seen as many fish together In vestigate the employees

_ ,' ,. from now It win .be annexed by (hooulhern New York City.-John Turlejr, a the machiery will be removed ana unanimously 'Indorsed by the democrats years.With. of the executive department In 'I

f : '. board. desk lieutenant, of the New; York police used In tbe instruction of the mid- In caucus, and they decided to the crater belching great Washington, and that the commute f

,A. committee representing
out&ecn church conferred with a of a pearl said to l he worth $150. order to make them unsinkable, and better were put forward later Etna Italy, Is In active eruption. The of at least fifty women employed ,

,_ 'committee from the American Uiptiit"Heine which be found In an1\, oyster aaiid- prevent the damage of the big guns The democratic strength joined with !cinders descended In a fiery In the bureau. A

J,,_ "Mission: Society ot the North-: wich. from being too great to spoil their that of the radical republicans, is considered on the mountainside The bal of the women employees rmmlle appointed -

;.r, era Baptist Church relative to. mls- The sandwich cost him five usefulness as targets the vessels will sufficient, ut the pruiuiul time fear that Ibis .presages another. UP-j to take the matter up with tbe I'

__ ,; fmlon work. In these two territories, cents. / he filled with cork: to ,force the tax Into the bill aster newspaper printing the story.SOUTHIBN +

j Ivey W. Gregory of D wson. Ga.. Twice this year and for the second "
: ."".IHOTBEH, YljrnMJJF HIDNAPEK.tort I Castro is Dclendcd By wife. walked Into police headquarters CONVICTED WOMAN KILLS SELF time since the whie man has comet SlEEt COMPANY SOLD. .

;'_"' of Mrs.. Bradenburgh Taken From Port. LJmon. C. 'n.-//The steamer' Washington City, and gave himself I M.. Dr. Monnlsh of Atlanta Died the banks of NIagar the wa- Bankrupt Company
In tbe river has Brings i
:' Home In St. Louis. Guadeloupe arrived heriwith Senora up. saying be was wanted in his Oeoi- Rather Than Go to Penitentiary. mute. The $5,111,0
; \\I St. Loul,' Mo.-James Sheppard Castro wife of former after trust." first time was late in February when, In Birmingham.
., -yie presidentof gla home for "larceny da.-With Judge New .
,, 'J ,' Cabanne seven years old, the young'e Venezuela; on boar. She did not I Me said he wanted to give himself up man'l Atanta IIcntnce of two )'eal and two following blown a, leVE'r.and norther, .the tals'were Birmingham, Ala,- dry
of famous St. Louis lard but now, Steel Company ( bankrupt) '
.t; >st. scion a rara- expressed her h.entlon of hero In order that the state of Georgia days in the federal penitentiary at was sold
',ir.n7.:; was kidnaped from in front of proceeding to St. Nazaire whither I l might bear the expense of his Kansaj. for sending ob a severe oouthweater. the flood 4s at public outcry In front cf the Blrmn4gham -
Lavenworth.
frozen solid from bank
of *ls It to bank. court house. '
home the ex-president
I"j th. grandmother Mra.! bound, on the | home. that he would through the United
transportation
__, f 1Ju11& in the Versailles. / The development of the The reorganization
C. Cabanne most Lash i without a requisition and that if States malls, still ringing In her ears, water power commute
'_ Jonab1e.d1 trlc.Lo!. the_ city There "My husband is not thinking cr rolultans < I go he bad the money would'pay his own Mrs. Dr. Kosa Jo'. Moiinlsu swallowed -of small atruanu I H general all through W. W. Miller of New York'

\11.! BO clue as to his whereabouts, save ," she said. "He has made no t expenses for the return trip. The pgr up Ounce of prusulc acid and died at through! this and foiel n countries bought In the properties .
'";*-Islephenem.wge.from. unldenua purchase: of war implement. her residence on 75 cent the The properties aj a whole brought
I lice they have discovered Poucblrecj street Nearly per ot. 5,737,372 -
_;:r; 4 >in&n saying ,the, lad had been news that he Intended\ to start The'' that officials GreGory nay emlezzltd -a' .mall within three hours after her dl had farms In the United s'tuies. boast ofa n '" -1 of $5lir.OOO.: John W. Tom-

t ,$ _'.J.oO I'rW '!!,' lna-r.ctionary movement I* fate. amount of'' money ,,1- I4 been pronounced. Imal cewk: linson.would have Sled to notice care for that the the pendingt sale

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'de th. It was,the home people--the ,TliK SWORD OF ROBERT LKE.. "
'., people who mourn such .
i .' dadr M we -- -., K1SSIMMEEBTBA.MBR ',
: are hero' tHai to hOllor-ho'I'.I., F.wth'from Ita'1I8\-"It'd." lur. and bright,

.. ized! thdw, r'.,worst trials. Flshbd l the swore of Leal!
'' .... Far inthe front of the deadly light,
t r. High over the tirave"in the cause of Right
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o / ." Tli" .1J 0 V '.HERO. CJF, '''tllKWAR.. Its Led stainless us. .to sheen victory., like a beaoqn light 1rzPw1'e:

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% And loi'thr'ma tch less ho y, 0 Tennessee! Forth from its scabbard high in the' air .
\Vtth pinraued '"r.lD. beneath tjie. gallows -UeuoHth Virginia's skj-- : LILLIE, STEAMER ROSEADA.Captaiu .. t
.', tme. , And they who saw it gleaming .there Captain Clay Johnson .8r.: Clay Johnson Jr. rRernlaf
I Looked "forth, unin.pveil! (into"the wintry And knew. ,,'h.. IKJI-O ie, knelt to swear ,
t skies. 'f .- That where that sword led; .they would dare weekly' trips1 to Basslnger cad Tatum.Roseada leaves, KJ.....
Tbsb nut-brown, ridglets" "falling. o'er. hisHe To follow-and .to died .' see Tuesday, mornlngl: and arrives' Kjssimmea! Friday vealnc.' "
.. i ''eyes land; .- Special Charter Trips to Lake Ok.ec"ibe.. < and Fort Myers on tt. 11121..
by gaolers had been oft imiiIorelT Out of its sfnWmrd 11! Never' hand] i Comfortable J '
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: ;, Wived award from stain Us free ,, aocommodatlon. for pa.seltgen. Rates reasonabl
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"Speak but one word' To.freedom, bq re. Nor purer sword loi braver, band. Th.:jnojiKpicturesnu* Waterway in Florida.
stored! t I Nor: braver bled fur a brighter land. For Passenger: and Freight Rates apply to" trfl
The lifted, signal! ; "Hold," the messenger Nor brighter! land had a cause so' grand '
f. cried;. .Nor cause a chief like Lee-! CLAY JOHNSON 'SR Proprietor. ;
And,'p|>rlninji( up. stood 'ny the hero's. side.'I On board -UIU." KJistnxm!**. "..
"Aly lx>y! Uuis. bitter must Forth its ; .
: 4r! .cup pass you from rnVbsrd! How ''e' prayed -----'----- T- -- ..
That sword Aught victor be; ,
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Too brave.'too noble, and too to die. ,, 4
young And wIiMj our triumph 'a.. delayed, ,
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jenrn- We still hopntl on'", lulu,gleamed. the blade
now, pet Reps, they wait your long Of nobler Robert Lee. I
\ r. return. /l '
? .Aew-Province
\\ but one 'oN-tbe real. culprit' < Forth from its scablinrd all in vein! i
a" name! flushed ho sword of Lee
.r 'Tis he should bear this penalty.and sbame. Tis Bright sliroiHled hOW in its sheath again.; 'I "

...:....... It sleeps the "Ieof'\ our liable darn Two Thousand Years Old
.. Defeated le ,' witnotit a slain,
Va l'eu<:.,fully and prtMidlv.. .
Father Ahram Eyan.AL11ICKT ,
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By Ell wOrll1 Huntington ?
SIllMCV JOl,NSTON.
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N "ER two thousand of nations,
dean
years ago China, the
Ere yet the sun had pierced the; eastern (
skies i I ; spread her conquests far westward to.I he Sea of Aral the.
+ R Or dews of morn assumed their diamond : so-called' Lake of CIUlla)'. Horde's of barbarians soon drove '
i- o:i:
hue,
WilU diligence intent upon surpriseIn i her back a thousand mile, but she was able to maintain, )q
steady lines old 1 :Southland columns. her authority to-the east and I south of the Tlan-ahan.or Ce

drew;, .........+. lestlal Mountains \\ltli\ I them as a bulwark she organized >
''r y asI w With 'sudde.n: peal the veico of thunder the New Provincesommotly: known as Chinese Turkestan, K KN
,
: The woke lulls that slept in Shilnh's solitude: ; .... ..... -which comprises the great Lob-or Tarim basin, together i"

.,. ... "" Ami valor pressed through hoods of tire with the more northern regions of 'I urtan, ban< feet below a

bry"' van d th end smoke.InHpirmi sea-lfvel.__ _tire fertile vale oLJlL.And..J.he.wa.ale. plains and luountalui of Dun-
'La.ua1lM'' -- /. ) H with hope and manly StrengthRenewed garla.. ,
IF f., '. : .
"'h n 'hckle Fortune veiled - \h.lu no met lines. for centuries and sometimes tor only a score-of year; and time dry

; Sivrrnw (illeil. the soldier's heart and( again Chlaa has re-conquered the Ilrovlnce.111 -each conquest Chineseofllrluls
\
; with Rrief.And ti
; 1al1Y'411knot. raL: fernes ? Vletorv rt,laxpti her cheerful .smile and merchants hay poured .In.| lltky_have "taket\ ) to themselves wives

1 1Ili And ize'itfy stooped to crown her fallen I of the Aryan Inlfabitunui they have built government houses/Torts, and"towns .
chief -largely of mud; and they have dominated' the mild Chanto
I arc ffie Sot..ff. 1V liar, "10",1,h'a, nt Soulhhind's! dauntless. natives. entirely d
y otyer 1 Hpirits; lively Then when foreign Invasion has: driven the" out, they have disappeared te,

To coiiHiHTiite tie| "pol| whcie Sidney. John-- and, Hsln Klang. Inpshig Into Its ancient apathy) has become. as

. ---L Klon fell11 though the. Chlnene were not nor ever had been. Hence, today in spite ol
f ;Oi wr';;,.::' .Y M. 1'.."IIn: r. Hemingsburg, Ky., in"CoilfederaTe two thousand a
f. Veteran.A years of Intermittent Chinese rule Turkestan Is still the

All over the South there are loved best, remembered best, and In u New Province. It Is related to China much as Utah and Arizona were to t

t myriads of graves unknown to the her tu&rt lived longest and truest the rest of the' United States before. the days of railroads. It resembles
V0f.COXFKDKHATE.. r those SIates'1n .other ways arso/'especlnlly in climate and topography, > ;
loved ones at home. A lady In Cora the der-ds of those who unknown to 4
Klii once-remarked. In speaking; of her fame, surrendered"their all on the alf - though in every respect\ Ifs extremes; are far greater han theirs "

life: "My riches are all' In Virginia.I ; tar of their country. For those who FROM MODEL DKRHJN OF THE SAM MaRter Hugh T. Morf-on Jr., illustrates Cut oft! from China b.v three or four hundred miles of the most rigorous '

love t he-dear old State; she 1 Is keep- have bef"4bll r e
tPug all my treasures for me the dust without affection's( recognition the for your mother Clink moment grandfathers; were both colonels In .New; Province has "pursued the tenor of Its way almost uninfluenced by the "

r.' of my five sons It beneath her soil"- heart breathes out sweetest benediction how -" the Confederate army, and the little wroia at large/; During the two millenniums since the coming of the. Chinese i..

1 f and here In Kentuckv: scattered" and praise It may be that In "Not with, the brand of fraud upon my fellow though but eight!; months old, the 'pcoplof Hsln Kiang!; have been converted from paganism to Buddhism; ,(

+S amongst Its cemeteries and down In these far-away homes they only hold I and blow 1 the 'culprit.' true, might| both gf 'was manifestly as happy al6 older per and then to Mohammedanism ; they have been conquered by UlghurS, Tartars .. I -.

Its valley and along Its hillsides, there I some garment faded, tattered mid free; sons. He was evidently the youngest and Tibetans, a new language, Turin, has been Imposed upon .them:*'. '
are thousands of such mounds as torn. It may be a gray jacket which The broken pledge would haunt not him "Rebel" who participated In the and they have suffererf from famine war. and pestilence and their attendant xl r

these, which represent the costly and I loving hands prepared for the young How )hut light me.soever what promise man may memorable occasion of the Birmingham ravages.! Yet the: character of the people appear! to have changed but little. m 1:

dreadful sacrifice\ the homes and soldier when he went forth to the make. Reunion. The accounts .of ancient Chinese pilgrims to India, and "the evidences found

I, hearts of the. South paid In the struggle ,I in ruins. Indicate t that the life of the [past was: not unlike that of today. The Jh'\

of -Confederacy, to be free. original Aryan utocji remains dominant, bough more or less mixed with

I The world is beginning to tindArstalt. ltbat -j 1' SsV half a dozen other i'aco8.-lIarller's. Magazine: -
"the greatest\ heroes of the war .
I __ ----were not Its pincers." It Is not probable t t II 1 4; ? >A' M asIa R,

that more than :30.OOO! ) officers I
M a
of nil ranks |laid down their lives In -. n'I

defense. of the Confederacy, and there G Ga .
were more. than -lOO.OOO privates who (;:' ,
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gave up their llw-s. for tUlt: laod.

The largest'; proportion, \ of the heroixm California'sHigh .

. and chivalry the army of (the South P x J ,>

, was In her ranks and thcljruveKt men'

who died!( weru thoHp whoso historywill 1 ,li b y t. ,1 MuckaMuckF.y
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rr never be written. The s'olll.1 a
l the picket the men In the skirmish ,

line; the men In tho rifle pit, and on ib" F.y Frances Jllbert Doughty A>"' f' t'

the parapet and In the
trench were
the HE1 HER or not tber"e Is a rainy season,,there Is always that)
men'who dared )
endured
most ,
M.e.1 capital stock In trade-the climate Somewhere In California
, ,- : most-and gave most in that struggle.
"The W J. magnificent weather.ca'u be tound many month.of the
;"t. men..who unbowed! in* greatest
,. bravery, the truest self-devotion, the [ year, but a person cannot sit in one spot for a twelvemonth .

... '. most splendid Courage,. were .those and have It on tap' !March, April and'1>fay\are( varjedJby'fogsTon a

. '_ .' who carried the guns and '"never and near the coast! June.; July and "August are blazing.

.'reasoned why, but 'only marched to 'P hot in the foothills. and mountaln,valleys. ,

do or die." This Isolation !In burial, I BIRTHPLACE OF JEFFERSON DAVIS FAIR VIEW. Kl*. TUB RESIDENCE: AS IT APPEARED IN 1838, WHEN I Climate Is the High Muck- .-IIu'k! the Grand Panjandrum ', 1

this\. loneliness In death, speaks In no REPLACED: IIY A BAPTIST CHUKCH. the Dalal Lama, the foremost In thought and talk on r

uncertain way of the poverty of the sidewalk and portico In parlor and bed cnamber. But the obvious fact that :j
war's survivors and of the desolation conflict for bis country; now, as they Should; he kept. sacred for his honor's sake! A CONSPICUOUS DAUGIITKH. the idol does not smile with uniform benignity night and day, In the house

touch this sacred and holy relic, in ; My mother'And ahd out of the both sides of the street and at the \
which followed In the wake, of the ( choking back the sob, but half concealed house, on corners, causes a' ;IA
South's defeat and of the dreadful teary and In anguish they say. One of the most conspicuous 'fig loud-voiced dissatisfaction. Savage worshippers berate their god wtfen beor .t-

consequences to Its people when its **Fokl it up carefully. !! lay it aside, lim head drooped.l low! At last must urns at the Confederate reunion in ruth to.fulftll their expectations; and this species of Ingratitude Is very corngr;Arr "

banner went down before the storm. Tenderly touch it, look on it with pride; I nature nuil her yields. Hushed) the. tear- Richmond, Va.. was Miss Mary fall, "nion In California, where the weather Is oftener perfect than In any otherof y
"My
These almost forgotten heroes were .For dear must- it be to our beams .evermore dimmed eyes. again of Augusta, Ga., a Daughter of the the United States. Visitors, after a few month. of surprise at the pro-,,

best known to the wives, and moth- The jacket of gray oar loved soldier boy "At her deur knees she taught me how to Confederacy ''tuplell a unique longed stretch .of magnificent days, begin to pick flaws In these "Daughters. i

ers and sisters of the South: It was wors. die! position In the regard of the Southern of Time," and! encl-bY_ Becoming, _weather cranks like. ,.the rest, forgetful of j.
-.- - 'nman'B tenderness-- which -sustained Can: wo ever. forget .b.be* joined the I Her loving pained: hears would .be *too sorely people, and especially of the veterans what came they away from In the east. -7'
brave \
-- Who rose IB band defense of our dear Southern If to her lips[ were pressed" her. boy's with who fought under .the-stars and. Travelers may leave California with a feeling of dissatisfaction, diaj-. {

land falsehood atilnied." point men t, for one reason or another, but Its grip Is upon them nevertheless: "v
. And in fray his bright youth. hurried on to the "My brave again; brave boy, the pleader spoke I some day they will return. If they can, and meanwhile they will look back'

r- How proudly be donned it-the-jacket of "A boy m years, but worth a thousandmen II regretfully to features of Its life and climate that cannot be.enjoyed In- the- F
I?'. /, gray''They've'kaid. S ast. Primeval man knew nothing' of houses;. and bit descendants retain subjectively ; y
, tof Like him for whom; the coward>> traitor, I = a
," a leaning towards an out- f door life and a climate that permits It.",
him to in cold knave,
rest his
harrow '

!f ,'" I bed, You'd lay your own brave, young hf. downto The artlftclal charms of civilization pever wholly counteract this bias.Putnam's. .- a
r+ I No'stone have they placed o'er his pillow. save. e i
less liend. Speak!; out'! Life is sq sweet! Be freelance t tM

t'r !: : : And lie proudest of tributes our and hearts I more! we. 1 .. '... tt -l ..,)
"I never knew how sweet life. before. !
could pay| : _,, .. l"': '
t 'He .....v..r. disgraced the ,dear jacket'' of Still-words are useless. General but for, II II --t- "...;,>;,")-.i ,.. t c
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You'r'k
tfrsy.
nd
Then told it np carefully, lay it aside ; yet if I had a thousand livesto
Tenderly. touch it, look on it with pride.. live-
: I'd give them all ere I could l face.the shame.' The --s.4a .
'... For. dear must it l he to our hearts evermore nG'm. ; i
And wear. for one hour, a base., dishuuored "
The .of that loved name.) (si 1
.. jacket tray our soldier
,. boywore.." Toe die ,vas earl! Our tears were idle .tr *
'
tears Beginners of Romantic '
The severest and most trying of all For him who-gave one day and Rained a

: tasks connected with the late war, thousand years!
was the watching and waiting for Centuries on centuries shall ITO circling, bv. I'I'opera i
--
but still he is not -tl"hdSAM! DAVlS .
those who would never come; the cannot dieFrom .! .
,
uncertainty and the gloomy despair the. Confederate. Veteran.

which gathered aa days and months -

'......... passed by and no tidings were Pure and Spotless. The most. conspicuous MISS JMAKY, Daughter HALL of the Coa"fedemcy By Rupert Hughes .

a. brought of the father or son. This, The South's flag, born In the vindi- in the South. ;
towards the end became cation of State rights and nurtured r.N .
the -
e crownIng - - ;
..... .. T Is Impossible In a sketchy synopsis even to hint the crlIh.I *
sorrow of the sufferings wfylch by the Blood of her sons upon an hun- bara. Mice Hall, who was ad earnest
: ic portrayal of supernatural terror together with the light @
1 pursued the people of the Confed dred battlefields"" went down as pure adherent of the "lost cause" during (
sentimental grace. and rollicking good humor of "DerKrjeschutz.
eracy. Prisons, hospitals death on andspotless, as the breezes that play the Civil War still cherishes for It a I- I : ." 414
It sums up the Inherent German delight In a,
the battle field, and the horrors which upon the bosom of the "Shining Riv. feeling of reverence and devotion.She .
i fairy story. The tuues of Weber have the unusual dual t te
connected themselves with the awful er. -Confederate Veteran; glories In the fact that she wasidentifiedwith
I I grace of catching the ear at once and of fastening on the M
word "missing"-which marked the l It, and as a token of eN
mind and heart for good and all. The orchestration has
I last years of the war, left their: deep- her cbangeless'loyalt to !It she In- I a lNNNM
it : dramatic power of characterization till then unknown. Splits
est touch on the homes and hearts of varlaply: _wear. a small Confederateflag
Is able to "In using the orchestra
: Weber
say dramatically
the women who longed for a word or or badge. She la the only woman '
J 1 a line or a report to tell them when, who Is a full member of a Confederate surpasses any composer In the world." In his less successful but more dramatic
opera, "E ;yantbe." he .how. the power still more wonderfully It
where and how the object of love veterans' camp! and shd marches
with the was Ibis opera that Wagner: called the ideal of muslco-tinunatlo art sloe w.
- bad gone down into the shadows of for miles ratnp at reunions
YEN. CL14MKNT A. EVANS: the hereafter The Unknown List" attired In gray and wearing a cam- the orchestra "Interpenetrates the recitatives as the blood does the veins of t''

'. Atlanta, Us., carried with It a terror and anguish paign hat. which, wittTTier close-cut the body."

.. Coin sndet' in Chief United Confederate. .tha| even the most widespread be. hair, gives her quite a soldierly ap Weber died at the age of 40 an age at which Beetnoven,bad not finishedhis 9

,Veterans.. reavement could never; impart. The pearance. The crowds along the linesof one opera and Wagner had not even begun his greater work a, In the '

them ao'd woman's heart wUJch., alone activities of actual war alternated march always give her an ovation. words of Henry T. Finck: "Had Weber lived longer, and bad he possessed ,,4

.. appreciated them and gave them their with its hardships and softened Its M4ss Ball has placed six hundred Wagner's pugnacity and Iron will, ho might have been the man to annihilate '

I.- just plaeev<< among the noblest of the privation. It was those who watched silken Confederate tags on the graves the old-fashioned opera and triumphantly establish the modern music-drama. t
earth who came back on and waited who felt the keenest sorrow of departed soldiers. At the reunions But' aur.eI'lt i is glory enough to have founded the national opera "of one's

'his 'hubby. wohien the greatest\ that followed In war's train. 'she Is always an honored guest and own country.to have been a hale and hearty Influence in.every branch of '

and truest of ''all and she worshiped Death then ofteirest came suddenlyand receives many attentions.! one's chosen art and to have been" the father ot many children of Immortal,, t

''and cherished him (as woman alone without note of warning, and it ...-..--- youth.-From Smith's Magazine. |f''M. i 'I\(;

can worship rtnd cneriiih. The 'must was those at home who suffered deep- Not Saving Much. ---.-- .'

I 'sacred a1'all her treasures; the ten- est and lopgest'and the sharpest' of Carrots are said to be four times

derest of all her demor'ies were con- all Its pangs, was to yearn for form. A* nutritious.as cucumbers: , That. le_. ARE: YOTJ A SUBSCRIBER: : ? Pik
: netted with those whom sh -tad that would Dever-appear>;and to lilltenfor J not saying much for parrots, either. ( ? ,

"'-' ., .given at a lacriflc* to the South. She voices which were bushed" in I nVGn '1'. MORTON: '! JR1 Macon Telegraph $; '


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The' Kissimaee Jalltf 4 I! 'Gazette.. Let.Us' Be Up and Dpln.. '.' "- HAD QUIT WORK _..- ._ t .mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmnniiyI .; ' ; ' ' ' ; : ,;'

manwhorprepaceshis \ ::' .. ::: ..t' f'iSeasonable
u .Xtlti-the-wine' READY .TO UP IN DESPAIR.: Plant Wood's SeedsFor : '

4 c i'' .PUBLISHED tVBRY: FRIDAY.Office" house before he invites his company Restored to Health..By Vlnol '

in,, Valley Gazette 'Building. and. it is tbe' wise town,tha."tis "I was tick run-down and .finally .. The I IGoods :( 1 1s4

LS3IMMEE.08CEotACOUNTY.FLAs prepared to accommodate its had to "ve'UJ) work. After tryinga : :
Garden :\
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Farm.Thirty ?
number of several
remedies and' pbyslclans ,
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./ guests: when they,arrive. :The resources I was Just about ready to give :_::;:. .N....NNN.NNNNNiNaNNNNNNNaNNNN. ,,,, == (
t, W,. Bj. HARRIS. d"oi-.tld. Prop'r.8IIEL7111"rION Kissimmee' were pretty up In despair. -I saw, yiool ,advertised yean la business, with .( ., .. ._- : \
---'--'= decided' to It, a steadily, \ 4nereailng- trade every == ,. :::::: :' :, ;;
f : well taxed this past winter to care and try year-until we hare today one = '; '
RATES and it : *.,. good 'for :::::: = t .
: tuMf-Oon* & of the largest boauteasel In teed Mw ,
Qn eoDlt.cry JI'.I)0.' \ ..............$1 00 for those who .came among us. andas me.than all other meant combined. Itfcas 4 In this country_4 the beet of. .... ( -- -, '

J/, On DM*= ..ale thr".month month* :*,.-::.:::.::::::::::::::: eE Ho there will be .fully- _.-twice. : as many bunt me up and' restored my evidence as to ." -4 == ..**.. '

here ne' > season, it behooves our atr.ngth'until I now feel twenty years The Superior .. ., == "p%' :,
All MRimunloatloni, except from our...lItho.pondenta.m".t ..' ft younger and am able to attend to my v Quality i,.;.-.-....--....\......-.\ :::::: *",.Tdd '.
***a-.- be Imiod by t he wrtt"'r. people to at once begin making I work again at usual. Job Jeavona, of Wood's Seed -w -M.- r. .
J ..u.d taJecteci t..... matter .wIll not. .be returned unleuEnt preparations! for their'keeping .1036 Llpd Btreet, Wheeling, W. Va, =-= ... AT '_== It., ',;r
h.adauajt.rs'rorGrass ,
:: It also our citizens and The reason VlnolIs 10 successful in w. are .' .
poo-m.e _
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t the I In Ki .Fla. u canes contains tonic' "" '
such Is because It
l .eond-cla: and Clover Seeds. ::::: '"
t mall nutter af :
administration to
tl _. .. .. .' our;city once iron and allot tbe strengtheningbloodmaking f
".. .: -- -....-. =- Seed Potatoes;Seed Oats
,begin! laying l the foundation for a and body-building ele."biMIti"OT'coa .:. I _. LOW ,PBJ.CES1;
:Fri --' .cow.PeuSoiaBeaDl6od- -- -
<;lav; A1)rif .lUOH-.= cltyoTno small proportTonsTriaTisthey liver Oil. but no.. oil ;

1 | must install a complete svstemof creator Vlnol for Is old unexcelled people dellcffta a. children strength, ,.11FAI'm Seeds. :=w= .. ............. .:-:::: : / l I

} (I t Prosperous s..J Kis&immee.: : .' water works, put the streets in. weak, run-down.. persona and after Wood's most useful D.sodptlve aid valuable Catalogthe of :::-::::: . , == t.t 'j'.

proper condition; !, thoroughly; clean sickness-:and Is-the best known remedy Garden and Farm seed Catalogs .' ; :':i;
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the; town and get rid of all public :
We return your money If Vlnol alls
t again. Worse things could. have. nuisances. . v- to give satisfaction. T W. WOOD SONS, FREEZERS HAMMOCKS, MOS. == i
to Florida, .
happened '
\ E Failure to do these things will 8dmen Rlafimond, Va. :g QUITO NETS WATE1R COOLERS, ? !('

'e r The -only positive statement we mean that the new ..town of St. So'd bv ROHKR&ON'S. PHARMACY. :,,S REFRIGERATORS; ETC. N = r,. .,

l I. can make'regarding i the Payne tariff Cloud will take first rank in Osceola ,=-= ..::\ ". c cM ,

r/I, ;; bill is thST the people. ll be filled county for that place will have 1-- !' --- :'
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at least three thousand inhabitantsin The Graystone SpriggFleming .
I With when it .
pain ) passes. l
,! =.-'::';:. ,-==-=.= I two years' time-men who are i ithriftv .

Those' who claim \\Q know state' energetic' ) and progressive, KI88IMMEB. FLA. CLEANING I W PIO FORD fiJWOfHARDWARE $ ffRRVES I ;

a s that flour will go as high as $10 a and who will build a first-class; city On Lake Tohopekaligra. PRESSINGDYEING \

t barrel. It is needless to state_that if.one is not found to exist here. Hunting, fishing, Shooting "d .k
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the farmer will receive the same We have the location, we have Bathing Golf, Tennis, Koque COMPANY ,j
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Baseball : = ;
Cricket, Clock Golf REPAIRINGLeave ::::: =
,. price for his wheat he did last year.. the means, we have the people and Trap Shooting. '
=----c-: _4. :-___ have the lead. Let us retain Terms: $2.r.o to $3.50 per day. 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111! !! 11111111! :
we $15 to $:1 week. house .
per ndmy ;
The Pennsylvania legislature.has that lead by putting our means and wind) and clothe. '.
I will 1 becUled, lor and) leturneJ. .
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: ... repealed its pure food law. Politics resources -practical use To Our Ti'ienJs.: ---- .. !!,pny ra'Tb.rrOrnna.OroveaIts SCHNARR'S: INSECTICIDE. -
are so rotten in that state )the leg'ialators .- -='- -===:- Come and try a meal At the I ..
Why Should the T.-V. Suspicion? hotelSingle meals] 5(1c< : Zl Satisfaction Guaranteed IteraureSeharr'eInertleoeI.u' paarr.xb to kill eiery VhlKiHi. Larvae. (<.al. mid Mlio .
+ ? couldn't even stand for a hit by Oh..prav.. : CAn b. liNed any lime of fear FXfElTKKKN THFkfi JL UK in BLOOM Fifty c:"011IpOr
meal tickets HO, Kooma H per Fifty' cent per Ballon. Fifty sailors nak 2.UUO (.lloa* of spray, Made
''fj '' for
Ocala Star authority gallon
The
law that had the, word 'pure' in it.cix is dav In i

,, ___. n __ the statement that the National J. SCH""llItCO... Masufacturers, ORLA DO. FLA. ;

itbotit the only newspaper in the! Tribune Company, Washington. D

state that is upholding Frank Clark C, has purchased.35,000 acres of 'H. W. THURMAN, -- -- -- -- r'

} in his undemocratic policy is the land six miles southeast of Kissim- PROPKIETOIf. I .
C. A, CARSON President N' .,C. BRYAN' Secretary.FERTILIZER .
Lake City Index. That is no sur- mee and formed the.Seminole Land :

pns4 of FloridaTom I This / 1 r.rvyarsb..t . y.rr..Ny Ti: : '
f to the people and Investment Company. DROPSY / .l.1 anew.opplyl
1.t.d and put up' Too run oo On ofy
Appleyard owns that pacer company according to the Star 1 4Pt orr.nlaat ac.ta q'.4ta
_.. .. ASTHMAPILES tae the r a ,
-' ---- --- sold 1 .000 lots in the city the but.q.ipM aind. woRa vinon ofgrow... Waters & Carson Grocery Co -
: emn ds..rlo. lth a oar W..nt. a
The legislature should pass the have founded with 5-acre plots out- CANCER I ru.ry you. w.awill. n1ormYWle..rr r
"' Beard prohibition amendment. In any form cured and prices reasonable -, wbrw Orr teC$0 view -- Wi-O'I. sad ., ,alllJe.aer.I. . 8
side the city for $50 each in three i .
if Address a w. Pcagrv co, '
which does away entirely with the weeks after advertising the lands. D.en14 MNh.DR .
DR. JOHN T PATTERSON Atllaitu Ga.
GRQCERIE
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sale manufacture or.iseof Intoxi Now they are offering 1,200 lots I i
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cating-liquors m Florida The people in the proposed city and 1,2005acre ,

,,to wont stand fpr any half-way l lots for $100. Accordingto ." COUNTY AO'BNT5 FOR 1 t ti
LESLIE W. WEEDDN .
measure._ the usual ratio, this would mean 'QV L.. "'QVJ:NNNjY. I 'Y .'
A CRATES !
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f In many counties of the state when all the property is sold an ad- CIAN AND sURGEOSRssmEecE : Specialist-Eve, Ear II I Celebrated. Fertilizers

dition of several thousands to the . Nose and Throat...... DRAIN ETC. { '
good! roads conventions are beingheld. PHONIC ::C':. KISIIHHIB,
Osceola I Clrerlera sad Prlc:.. '.
population of county supposing FHONEiM" FLORIDA,
In Osceola the Commissioners OrrtCf -. '
County
Private Hosoital. American .National -7 P.r.la..d o. ApIIII".Uo.1" .. ""
that each city lot is boughtby I / / \, 1 -
1y : are building good roads: intending to settle. At Dlt -I. \\' SIMPSON Bank' Building, Tampa, f
a family
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It is the custom of the people Florida
i and talk all event',it means large increasein DENTIST. HIDES FUR WOOL '
r this county to do things -- .

about them afterwards. the population within a short .1: I"tuirs in Katz Building.OFFICE J ;M. WILT. Oi'. Jlt., i vi. -
Friday's Valley Gazette :}
Last
time. I 1// a. m. to 12 m. !
speaks of the sale to an Illinois : HULKS: J 1:30: to 5:30p.: m. s OT\ln' funnc... ( i. Country Produce a. spe01a.lty ::
We do not believe there is a news Telephone No. 16 Jun 5, IvrV. .
? coldnizer of of land t STATE AT LARGE. > $ ,
editor In Florida who honestly 5.50O acres 1111'1 -- ----- "-- ,,HNtf 1 tf'4wMti
paper ,
Ke.il S"fute -? .
viol. .
thinks the sale of whisky is to just north of Kissimmee-a similarity \ W.. CARSON'" .. D.. D. S. .. . '. ... / . :
s therefore"weare of figures which awakens suspicion DENTAtkPAALORBF- KISS1MMKEV.r' ., FLORIDA ." ',: < <"
the good of the state, -- .. . ; I ., '
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are forsedtoas, that those editors of error in one or the other : RIVERS, BUILDING' I :: I Favorite' Fertilizers 'I. ,'' ,' e I

tv who are opposing? ,prohibition story. Real estate howe.ver.Ji8; .' OVER OSCEOLA' PHARMACY. -' % G F'J::: :R'I'B B'S;; ,......,. .. ,:: ...H>,... ,_, :. ,.

active in and abovft Kissirpmee: 8 TO 12)) "HO". '
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r ,are selling themselves and the influence very OFFICE_ HOURS )' .t TO 5 tai .. ATTORN V- T-LAW. FOR &TRUS AND ALL OTHER CROPS. J
of their papers for-so many just now, for which credit is due to '
:
.- the judicious and extensive adver- WILLIAMS' KIDNEY, PILLS Office in the Court House-Kis- ----0-- -

dollars._ Ga- Hare you neglected, your Khdneyar Hive simmee.. Florida. '
the Kissimrjiee
tising done by you overworked your nervoua .,. m Cud MATERIALS 1.

There is no town in Florida more zette and the Kissimmee Board of aiveU Have you! trouble palm with In lolnp your, .nlde kkltiejrft back end groin b'addch1'and With whom' will be associated Iq the I,. .

progressive than Kis- bladder Hare you a flabby appenrmnee of the trial of causes the law flrm of -
prosperous or Trade-an enterprising newspaperand under Too frequent '
(he.yeuf
aoe. wipealally Massev' & War low. of INSECTICIDES1.-1.-1.I
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If. \MHlani Kidney
drilreui urine -
simmee. The location of the Old an energetic commercial body. a pane .
r "Ills will cure you.-A{ Oaeeola Ph.rmscyPfoa50c. Orlando I .
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Soldiers' Colony within six mites of -Times-Union. -FOR SALE BY- , < ;.

u this city has! caused such an impetus To allay the "suspicion" of the Iw' \L,
atlll C. C.JBBOWN, !Maunder :._
to business in all lines;'and especially Tlmei-Union; "we "wilt 'statuthat 8SPECIALTIES : ... 1 J. M. LEE : KISSIMMEE- -

,"t : in real estate, that the both the 3,500 and 35,000 acres ORANGE GROVESCOLON .
AGENT FOR
-. f worst 'pessimist predicts we will sales have been made, the lands of YTRACTSe1BOW11 & PRWELL WINTER HOMES ,I

double our population in the next which are being surveyed and plat- TIMBER LANDS SUMM KESOHTS Sanders Fertilizer Company> Jacksonville Fla.Dl l :
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twelve months. ted by the purchasers and will be REAL ESTATE BROKERS IMPROVED FARMS .- I I' (X-ljT ,,
FARMS
ready for trucking within the next TRUCK
It will l:not be long before locks FLA. s l li
KISSIMMEE.
sixty days; and further, the town- M MaMBMi Ie rser are installed> in.our canals and river, ,
St. G loud-is- being laid out ant which will give us an all-year opens YOUR BUSINESS: SOLICITED .i
houses builded. We hardly think 'NO.TICE :
s. water route from this city to the i .
the Times-Union would have had If' )".ojt.. Wish to Buy or Sell Come to ;See Us. .
iD Gulf, the Florida legislature having ,
"suspicion"if these colonies
any -
p memorialized congress to appropri- -1
t : had been located on the east coast To reduce stock in order to make'r om for my summer

'Jt' .ate75OOO; with which to do the Kissimmee Wagon WorksOPPOSITE I j stock of spring goods we will sell our entire ]lot of Silk at. :. '..

"l ',work.. Everything !good is comingto An old soldiers' colony is to be __ .4_: t

'11.'i prosperous Kissimmee. established near Kissimmee, and CHRISTIAN CHURCH. .
.1., ___ .. One-Half Original Price..
\ 6,000 acres of land have been purchased : ..
I Up-to-Date
{The County Commissioners of Under .New Management, with Thorough Experience and
_, ... for that purpose. The undertaking Blacksmith. Wheelwright Horseshoer.
p.i Oseeo|a.county subscribe regularly '\ assured "" '" Will sell Woolen Dress Goods at ACTUAL COST OR
: is already an suc J L :- '" L
is :for two hundred copies of the Kist i- LESS forthe next 30 days ror Cash Only. t
_ cess. Twelve years_ago a similar All Kinds Blacksmith, Wheelwright; Work and Horseshoeing .. .

q; .slrnmee Oazettp, the local paper,toe move was made at Fitzgerald Ga., a ,Specialty. !.
be lent to the Inquiring 1 1

''i 1f :'. ii1 raorlnve.storsln other prospective states. and 15.0OO now and that 20,000 place has inhabitants.between ALL WORK: GUARANTEED/ TOSATISFY. H. C. .STANFORD. 'COMPANY r i a at .:.

hid spent by the county, we \It ,
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money .
; jf The undertaking in Florida should Solicit Vo.r real* _
lr ')t;vdare_say, yields such' excellent returns prove as big a success as it did at Will Tr..t Toe, Rlclit. .O. R. JOHN STON. NN .

: as does the small sum, required . .
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Fitzgerald, certainly opportunities -
M: r. tt ''. for "these subscriptions, m'Tested here for the old soldiers ,
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; "" : .in the best form,of advertising from the north to succeed are much' BargainTat"Gash Store! ----'O: N L Y' -HE

_.,1 t Lakeland News. better than in Georgia. with an incomparable -
climate and fertile
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,t Vice notice the tourist hotels in soil for fruits vegetables and farm White Lawn'4O in. wide, t c'peryard.

gla 'many of the towns in Florida are ing.DeLand Record. The: amount: i Lace from 5c to 15c per yard. :
Purest
/ .. of land purchased was 55.OOO Dress Pants. $1.50 to $5.00 per pair. ? ---'-- Drugs -
Kissim- ,
t. closing] for the season. acr s, which is now being surveyed Pair Stripe Pants at $1.00.. .' .
:."';'mes'amagnificent tourIst hotel. and cut up into 5/acre tracts and Trunxs and Suit Cases at lowest prices. ' '. 'of

;,jJ. 'The Orayitone, will continue. tot town lots,.and will be ready for delivery Picture Frames from 25c to $3.50,'each. .

keep peen during the summer, so to purchasers within 60 days. Crockery at the lowest prices. ; ; '
ARe: SOLD- BY
of to this --- Fancy Straw Hats accost .
Influx people .
the
great Is .
. T. //ft. RIVERS JK[,. D, I Bet Shirts made for $1.00 each I ,
that
.. {-tty! and' lor the further reason Tinware at any old price. .

,''i ;;1\1 .Uils.tt considered a most admirable PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ? The only'place.you can get the Beaver Brand Hat

" ('climate in-which: to spend.the. 'heated hot- Office over_Osceola Pharmacy for the '' in Town. Osceola Pharmacy: f.

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The Klsslmmee Valleu Gazette J.- U. Redditt.- jeweler and watch repairer "Slxjolld carTtfads of cabbage have DOWN IN WHITTIER
men 19-tf been shipped from Klssimrnee: this sea- it it _De lr bJtLrroperti
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Home Store. Mrs. Katz will be at home to her o. I. C. Dissertates on the future of At Close Prices. .

friends Wednesday next the 2Pth the
IfUBLlS'HED EVER FRIDAY Latest styles in ladles' shirt waistsat from 4 to 0 p. m. the City on Plains.The !NOTICES" AND INFORMATION 2"" ,OOO acres virgin timber tract of

I!. C. Stanford Co. month of sunshine and showersis pine and ovprfcss, some muck land and
. / BY; /; Clerk of the Court A. E. Donegan prairie? 'natural game'preserve; at y,
/W. B. MA RI e.-- The Home Store are agents for the returned home yesterday after several In our midst at,, last, and our DemocratIc MV. J. B. Mitchell will preach at(,.the N per acre.
: White Star Laundry. I'hone 154. days absence on business rooster rejoices over %
=-= present I Methodist church= at Shingle Creek 26000 acres in fee-timber booed and v

O 'ICIAL--WE'ATHER REPORT. Stove wood delivered in town at Have just received an importation of conditions; the tadpole crop Is abundant Friday night, the 30th inst. ready for sawmill al 02.50. The Huber >i
minnows in their and the aloie Is. worth prices as.ed for
glory,
Av.rag.Aamp.ratur. for wk ondlnw Thu.dar. ..- 11.00 per strand crOckeryware that Is Hell :worth your --
AJrif\ll\ :, 1110II, 16-tf KlSSIMfoKE LUMBKR CO. trouble to see. Let us show it to you. little frogs J jumolnp- about for joy. timber and land; on railroad.
The pastor will begin a series of
/ / The Home Store. Orange and grape'rultcrOves, about
Our D. H. will be a veritable Dactel
/ I {l.RaI"': Miss Kuth Jones returned to her sermons on great themes Sunday night, two thousand bearing 't.rees--"wltb: -1ft
Mn. I.. Mln.1 fall- studies at Uolllns College Tuesday, Mr. C. A Carson wentup to Apopka. Lambert If this .state of things con using aa his first subje t.''Cpn olct\on.\ "' acres cleared I land and 126 acres la .
-- -- laying spent the week end here wither Wednesday to, attend the funeral of I tinue. He has already assumed aristocratic timber, all for 18,000, cash 5OM>, \ '
, ; > mother and sister! Rev L. D. Geiger, who died suddenly airs and waves the scalps of I balance in one, two, three years.andl
Friday .' k8 f2 \ I and Allen Leake who at -that place on Tuesday.Messrs. The teachers In the Sunday school 6 per cent. interest. This Is good and-
.8atunia. ... M I 67 Misses May me his numerous victims with all the airs
, Sunday'. . 1I.I si III : 1\: have been v is It I*< "' 62r I an
Monday I ... several days returned to their homeIn the parsonage to study and prepare to choice'grove on hammock land,
I lanta have been spending several daysin
W.dn..ydp I $7 iUThurday I Clinton, S. C., last week.If town In the interest of the United lit the meantime our farmers are !leach the lesson for Sunday.The nice lake front, 100 acres In timber \>
.. VI I 67TIW the around excellent trucking lend
Wireless busy tearing up ground (rood.dwelling I l
1 I you want a magazine that Is up to Telegraph Company.The
.' date in subscribe for :McCall's. I their young' crops, and if the future social now in growing crops, (lowing welU. x
styles- Rev. Ireneaus Trout will delivera ,given by the Junior
.- It's the best Send us 50c and get a ,can be judged by present conditions, 250 acre. of fine muck trucking land 1
lecture at the Episcopal church tonight League on last Friday evening was well located at 125 acre.
"""" ---"' ''''' free pattern. A. S. Gilbert. 17-2t at 1 o'clock on "Life Among the have: an idea that Whittier will not I The members per
quite a success. -
contributed 200 of hammock and land _
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acres pine
Mr. and Mrs. Beard and. Mr. and Seminoles In the Everglades. call for its usual complement of corn,
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to the entertainment of their at 12.25 per acre for cash.

= IOCAL FIELD.NKer4 i M., .... Edsal of Bethlehem, Pa., have We have a really good piano. Kimball next year. I' guests with an interesting program. 60 acres pine land clay subsoil at
I rented the Tiller'place from E. L. The Is a thing of the .
I make, for sale. This Is without orange crop ...> per acre. .<
and moved In Wednesday.
Lesley doubt a bargain. A 035O instrumentfor past, Mr. Joe Stratton buying from The Woman's Home Missionary So. A two-story dwelling, furnished, In*
Get school supplies from the 0150 if sold at once. The Home That gentleman for 02100. Artesian wa-
spent eluding
our growers. piano
"' '''''' '''-'''''''K your Store. ciety, at their meeting Wednesday.", '
.. Klssimmee Drug Company. They considerable time taking in several toh-, good garden. nice location. I
Wade, the Tuner. Orlando. carry a full line, and If they haven" My office will hereafter be 1 located In the lower luntrv.At decided to give a shower the newly- Half acre lot, bearing fruit tree., r'
what you want, will order it for you. on the second floor of Fraternity Hall crops organized Orphans' Home at Enterprise good dwelling, convenient locationfor
New spring goods at H. C. Stanford and will be open every Saturday the Drawdy mansion all Is sere on next Friday al 2.30 p. m. at 01660. The orange trees alone will y tea 4

Co. -. have Mr.been and on Mrs.an extended E. E. Merrill visit heretoMr. who Hours 8.to 11 and 1 to 4. ,ne. The Patriarch has been plow the parsonage.' Everyone Interested is pay. nice Intere.t.Tbree .

P. O. WHITE, ing and planting\ ;( peas; Miss Jane has miles from town, 15 acres
Dwellings, for rent apply to M. and Mrs. Thos. Van Duzer left cordially invited, and contributionsof 1
Optician and HefrncMonist.The but nothing with house good muck and pine > r
- Tiller. Monda/for their home Elmira, N.Y. been somewhat Indisposed, household linen, children's clothes some
the of in land near railroad, for $000.' Ten percent \"
moderate
serious rest
Waters & Carson Grocery Co. ; us k
For Bicycles, Shanibarger. .Or Next Monday being I Memorial Day report that they are now shipping health. and unmade goods will be greatly appreciated reduction for all cash. ;

lando. 9-6t- and a legal holiday in the State of from 100 to 150 crates of beans per Mr. Williams is still at the old by the ladies. Four lake frost lots fdr 0400. 4

sells kodak. and;' Florida, the State Dank of Klsslm'meewill day, which, have up until recently! been stand, McClellandworking his bullies, -- On Broadway neat dwelling for ,
Osceola Pharmacy be closed for business that dtty.
\ on
bringing good prices and nett.ln"band and the Hotel De Beulah receiving a 1000.
>.upplle.. i U-2t I going over, removing all For Sale at a Bargain. '
Attend the entertainments al the some profits for the grower. thorough Corner lot on Broadway with store
Nunnally's candies fresh every week. Opera House next Monday, Tuesdayand Have the latest Improvements traces of the winter tourists. building for 01400. .'
Co. you seen Singer A popular movement has been-inaugurated Ouc 7-r\ uiii residence, Patrick's Ad-
at the Klsslmmee Drug and swell the .
help
Wednesday In machines?' Their No. establish board of trade dition.. '
Splendid assortment of dress giog-- Funds of. the Village Improvement. So-. 06, with the Wheeler & Wilson attach U take In to the entire situation.a Horses, One 7-room residence; Bass Addi ,

hams at H. C. Stanford Co. ciety.: j ment, is the perfection io sewing ma' cows, .doll'", pigs, pocket knives, etc., tion. .. ... J. M. WILLSON JR

ffiJU l ''.. For Sale-"A good pair of mule. LOST-During the recent meetingsat chines. Positively runs without ef- are to come within the scope of its Ju- One 6-room resldencq'Mathews'Ad., .
$: J. W. NlLLKR.i.W. the Methodist church, a round.- fort. Cash or on time, at the Home rlsd.lclion. We expect. a full attendance dition. i'V '. jJ' KISS1MMEE* FLORIDA ." "
amelled gold brooch set with math Stores Call and see them.. at each meeting. Women and M,. One bearing. -orange. grove about 275 cj f (
: '),''j' I Griffin Is-spend Ing the 1st. Return''to Dr. .vv tan. and Air. and Mrs.- A; 'E. Drought arrived children are to be admitted to memo trees. rREAt ESTATE ANli INSURANCE" ,
week-wlth his parents at New Smyrna. ceive: reward.: re-I from Havana yesterday, comingvia bership. These car: be had cheap on reasonable /'
P. O. steamship line to Tampa. With all things working in harmony termsWA1Ett4 h
All kinds of white goods, laces ancembroideries Mrs. Geo. J-\ Dunne and childrenand fe CARSON Gno. Co. ursu4 ada>ik Ilklk '
They have been living in Miami for a Whlttlerlte will be In as close I i
1T-21 Miss MayTJunne Sumter, S.C.,
A. S. Gilbert's.
at who spent the winter here with Judge the past several months but have returned proximity to .t*good_ place as earth -- - r-M. TILLER K
Ladles' readymade skirts In all G F. Parker and family left for their to Kissimrnee and are now occupying can furnish., O. I. C. For Rent or Sale.

_ styles and colors' at H. C. Stanford home last Saturday. their beautiful home on the Residential and farming property of 4

Co Singer Sewing Machines, and also Island. Notice to Taxpayers.Notice sixty acres well fenced, at Hammock Real Estate Agency. 4

Sir. J. M. Wlllson Jr .' went up to Wbe..lerVll oo's, and all machine Contractor A. L. Davidson has is hereby given that the tax Grove; house fully'furnished and in \\\\eaNelaae\wNN a\N N\NI ".

__,Jacksonville on business Tuesday supplies for sale at the Borne Store. completed his* contract with the city books of Osceofa Bounty wll'! close good order; outbuildings and farming =
night. Cash or Installments. Everybody can council of laying a brick: culvert in promptly on April 30th. All taxes not Implements; flowing artesian well. Realty bought and sold.

U.e Plank's Chill Tonic. Guarani afford to buy a machine. the ditcb south of the bank. The dltctr paid by that date will be subject to the Apply.to MR. DROUGHT. Fla., .a HoUses rented. "* f "TaxespaidandTlthsver

Sold all will\ now, be ailed In, which will add usual I penalties. Kissanmee 4
teed. Price 25 cents. Eby Mr. I1 Dale Miller, the efficient clerk ,,,:, C -
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J-- ... muoh to the sightliness of vheetreet atthat' -- t3-.TJMJ-.ANnY,
-
-druggists.-. - of the criminal court In Da3e county ified for nonresidents.Fire .
place, as well as enhance the Tax Collector. Laundry.The J .
For Sale-5-roora house, large lot, and state agent for the Florida Fruit I healthfulness of the town." A similar Life and Accident In- s;
and Land Company of Kansas CI. y, 'OrH"ERS agency for the White Star
15 orange tree., well 650. treatment of the big ditch near Makinson's To LAUNDRY PATTRONS AND surance.
. loch. 0.. MEEK Mo., was a visitor in..our city last !frl- corner is now in Contemplation ; Beginning: tomorrow, the Home laundry is now at the Home Store call\ .. Indemnity Bonds. Itt.r.
and If you wish to have the boy
t
Store will close at 9 m. Saturday.
the street committee.Mr. p.
by
Wanted-"To buy work horse. Apply day.B.. M. Pfann,'the large timber land on you weekly, just ring up 154, and .... ow'.. _"V'... _".,.. \,
4 JAS. W. LJU/V. will be fist calledon
and
to Robt Gibbs, who came up you put on our '
.
'
Hotel. capitalist of Klsslmmee, was in Arcadia L_ .
., Park from Tampa yesterday to investigatethe weekly. The work Is all done In -
, yesterday looking: after his DeSoto, old loldlel'll' colony being established I an efficient manner and at -Tampa
Mr. D. P. Smith, las collector of holdings. He has recently made a Kissimmee ConcertBand i
St. Cloud. visited this office prices.
lathe city Monday at W. L
I Volu.la on business.The county,.was large northwest.. sale.to-Arcadia.some New.parties from_' the after looking the land over and stated I JUJpnZOB
that be was highly pleased with the
; acid Al PILES t PILBS! PILES! ,
.Missionary
Christian Mrs. S. B. Aultman entertained bet proposition and would 'subscribe for \Vtlllami' Indian Pile Ointment will oars ;1
" llance will meet at the Christian class and the class taught by Miss three. shares 10. the company right Blind. Bleeding mod Itching "II... It Absorb*
church next Tuesday evening.Mr. Futcjt In the Christian Sunday schoolin : away.. Mr. G4bbs Is a Grand Army the tumon. allay the Itafelng at once. act M
inntant relief. Wllltami
a \> ul"oe. glvei
Jody Griffin and family drove honor of the going away of Master veteran, formerly from Ohio but has Indian Pile Olnlment to prepared for Pilea aDo REAL ESTATE .
down from Wln mere and spent a day Norvln Murphy, who returned with been living in Tampa for four years. Itching of the>private parta Hold only. by DMOaoeola k
Ph. .. On and .
the rm ( 1.00. .
As ) Announced
week. hit to their home ii Illinois Previous\
or so with relatives here this paren'.s Mrs. M. U. Tyler Is In receipt of a
'.. last week. letter from her sitter at Niagara Falls, Members the Above Organization -
For SalOllvert.ypewrlloO'r] good J. Wade Tucker. assistant general :N.- Y., wherein Is described scenes surrounding will give a
ewing. machine, cheap: R.and O. MEKK.on :easterms. manager of the Everglade Cypress the fall,. The letter states I GO TO THE RESCDE KISSIMMEE FLORIDABargains ',

Lumber Company, and Leonard Wil- that the Ice is. 72 inches thick apd is

>,Mrs. Earnest Oyerstreet has returned 1 llams rode up from Loughman; on being olasted with 'dynamite, and Is Promenade Concert !
to her home in Miami after a visit| horseback Wednesday and spent the going over the falls at the rate of 1000
of several moots wth| relatives here. i day in town transacting business for tons a second. To compare those Uou't Walt Till U'. Too Late-Pol-.
the scenes with our magnificent weather of low the Example of a Klaslramee -
i company.
Have you ever used McCall' patterns i \ sunshine and breeze Isenough to make :ss: H
? If not, try them and be convinced. Mrs. John Sears of Atlanta Ga., one return thanks four times a day Citizen <.fIn

.. They. are the best." ft.r..A. .S.Ollt j I I arrived In the city Thursday eveningand for privilege of living In Kissimmee. THE HOUSE Rescue the aching back. ahl l kinds of Real Estate; .
>>e... ...... will be the guest" of Mrs. W. J. AT OPERA If it keeps on aching, trouble comes. Fire and Life Insurance andArmour's'
In Sears for some weeks Mrs. Sears is Backache is kidney ache. '
'. For best Biting latest styles
ladle.the and children's' footwear go to a forwer resident of Klsslmmee, having Mr. W. !S.; Alyea of Atchison Kansas FRIDAY APRIL \UO. 1909 If you neglect the kldne,.' warning, Fertilizers. Renting ,
visited Lakeland last
the old reliable shoe dealers-H. C. lived here twentv years ago. and Monday, I I Looic out for urinary trouble. -diabetes. and Collecting Rents a t'
and that his
Stanford Co. has her a many royal friends welcome.who will extend to friend was and quite townsman disappointed, Gov. Glick, bad'lef f An Unlimited Supply of Ice Cream, : This. Klsslmmee. citizen will show you Specialty. Taxes paid for

Riley (, a few days before and was not hereto Non-residents.
Sheriff Prevatt captured Cake and Lemonade will be how to ro to the rescue.
I (
I Mr. S. B. Aultman and Miss Kllra- him. Mr. is much
Brown ( white) an escaped convict greet Alyea very for Sale During the Mrs.. E. A. Dame, living In the
last beth Bee leer dyke purchased jointly Interested in experimental farming in
Campbell
from Lake county, at western part of Klsslmmee Fla..says: R O. MEEKKissimmee
week thirty acres of land from Florida of Evening. .
Monday/night.' I this especially In the growing i "D an'l Kidney Pills have helped me
the Kisslmoi Land ()o.. lying just alfalfa, and has purchased 2,000 acres _
It
M. D. 1 so greatly that pleases me to recommend
Dr. Jno. F. Knnls and ;\11' across the slough northwest of town. of land In the neighborhood of Kis- Fia.t
Tindall of Narcoonsee spent the day land for .specula-I I them. My back was very lame,
The wallpurcha.ed simmee to conduct his experiments.
Monday looking after business matters lion, and in order to .demonstrate its : He is looking ,for suitable lands In Music by Both Band and I at times to sOeh an extent that I could
lift after
not anything or straighten
in Orlando. value for truck growingtbev proposeto other locations also.-Lakeland News. Orchestra. I Osceola County
fitful
stooping. My rest at night was ,
Mr. S. B. Aultman returned home fence and'irrigate a small portion It all I roI
Mr. and Mrs, Albert E. Drought 0 and mornings was could da to
last Friday from Chicago, whete he of it and prepareor' cultivation this left this morning Aboard the steamer dress mvself.- The kidney' feecretions I

had been looking after his extensivebusiness ,, fall. 9T Miami for Key KVest, where they will also caused me' great annoyance owing AbstractCQmpany 4
interests \ : The body of the1 late 1. Fai Tower, spend several 4ays visiting friends, AdmissionAdults.. 25! Cents; to their two frequent action. Two ,

a- LoST-S. & W. special .38 about .ft- who died at Haines City. on January after which they Will go tb Havana fora Children 15 Cents. boxes of Doan's Kidney Pills, obtained -
,
Inch ba.rrel,. I In leather case, bright gun, 8th, was exhumed last week and prepared few days sightseeing1. Mr. and Mrs. I from the Klsslramee Drug Co.' ,cured '' G. P. GARRETT. Manager. Iti#/
a little rusty. 015 reward if left 'at.Miller's for shipment by Undertaker J. Drought spent the season In Miami, as me, and since then I have enjoyed
barber shoo. W. Thompson to his old home at Day- Mr. Drought' was connected.'with the I good health." Real estate .
ton, Ohio. Mrs. Tower and her sister P. & O. Steamshib Line office at this 1 For sale. by all dealers. Price 50 Titles examined and reported on*
Miss Jefferson, who has been teaching Mrs. Hall, accompanied the bodyto I place. After visiting several placesof Proceeds for the Benefit of 1 cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo Taxes paid for non-resident.
school on the St. Johns river for Dayton, passing through here last Interest In Florida and Georgia, New York, sole agents for the United Instruments relating to real estate .

the past several months, h.as returned Sunday, and will- aee It consigned to Mr. ansi l Mr. Dro ghtwjll go tojbelr, States. carefully drawn _
and resumed bar former position InMrs. its last resting place in a cemetery In ( lovely Island home across the lake the Band Fund. 1 Remember the name.-Doab's-and Correspondence So1Ic ted.

Pllley's mUImery ..tore.f that city. from Klsslmmee. (Miami, Metropolis. take no other. ; ,>'

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.i : *, SUClitSTION! SnOWING IMPLE DEVICE: FOrf JJEW'P.VING lADIM'flATSIN I CHURCH 1 ,' .,"liwa.ntu CIRCUMSTANCES." sold. 'Mr., AND Dustlrt-'CJ.SIts.Stat,. -FlOKIDJt: KLWS NOTES. The' man e..Qetem.from Washington;:' Sensation.I D., C...,,iuEUMATISMZ r|

w l / "to how t.at) this law In. uncoastitu.tlonal. 'Great la the potato; 'A. $1,000,000 'was' at the Hunker Hill, Monument "tIriSJl'uEMED'Y'a

I I 'I ' Do you think you ,can, maa', crop: of "'p1ds" frota: ''\he Hastings' lfe'rul.teorl'ld.' Jooked at (the curiosities -

age Itf county alone Indicates that the "earth and when told that to fq 1 to the '

k "Easily." answered the attorney.. apple" will. soon' 4>e a rival ot any :top-lie would have to. climb thj,st lr. '

tI "\Vo41. go ahead, and pet 'familiar I crop,.that.. .! florida: can grow lu Its ''dodged. Irfavlntie chattered' i:' with. "'--f '
K wtlth the case." \ the. gateman who described"the.Vlaws,
k1 $ ..... at' 'I inoHtryjiroduclng; ) .quality.. '*' .
'I'm ,already : Bom uln Itt! t know :Th; ,llrbt t clear' ,havana .cigar fac-. from. thtf windows In ",my "ground' perfectly It'. the'sU'me' loiytxwas opened In 'Tamsatwedty'( :: 'U()'" Ions have you lsore., ? "

law, you; had rne'prova ,was constitutional !-. hire,'> ara ago.. last Tuesday. That VTwenty-ftvo years." .

_ : two years ago."-Washington .I cIty lioivvjics two hundred cigar fac "What are the sensation experienced .., .
Star. ." tonell1"'Il.I\ }] Jojlng', probably 12,000- when you ore at' the top?"

worknWu\ nnd producing, '300.UOO.OUO "1. lon't knOw, lHe' never 'lioen to'th1.toVD..ton .
(')gal's'ia., >tnjv: It. was tnen alt expel". Reoord. .
ii1k The Contrariness'of Life.Mftn's" . 1 rbeu5nt1O i to thkowsws7
IC rtl"IC
Iluent. 'Joday Tampa leads the world wsat ere7 r
.u
I Irt '. life Is full of crosse 911d" -4.U' the pioilnctlpn of, such cigars.Tirt fc : Satiafacto'ry Ending. all niedicines& 1NYON'., all liniments.d itllBtMA. .

ieniptatlohs He comes Into ,thl' ;" giowvis In ,the Lakeland regipn -, "Ho\ was yoiir speech racelvflIt_ : ; tilol. No mottei what what
world without his consent and /goes I the club?" asked one of Oiumley's your doctor may an/, 'no niftier' '
1; s"11'1-1'd| | ,832 jBhola of strawber- friends may e.;. tfo matter how
: \ \ )ut against his :will, and hls/trll la .J'les dujiuy the shipping; season ..iustcuoed. friends. as they walked along tbjBroairwny iirejudlred jour von may be agalnit all an ",Jtlsod -

\ exceedingly rocky. S . at Uammerimlih. rmifdWa. r." .t 0"cf.tUe"' T.s-nJJl} '
The rule of Is of ,II.JH. -'Dlly.bonI1 5tVC.itt! I':
contrariness one UO\('rllm"t'(; t by cornralssion' aridrfovciniiKiil "Why they congratulated me vwy 5 ( falls to

; r7 JII-- the unfortunate features* of this trip bj couucllineu anJ ma}"' heartily. In fact one of the memo faction.. will tbis refuod remedy yopr mon7.'Mua7Osneuiember ,"ontlIfl5 00 .11-

Wh >n--h Is little the. grown .girls'; or me noi I ihe only forma In v/gue of bera came to me, and t.ok.me. that 11')1'110actd.) 011 opluztfcoealfle. moopbtD.undPr'oi ....;

alas! him. and. when lie -is grown the udiniiilHlerlng city aftalru. It in said when sat dowp he had said to himself other the garsntOe harmful of dr"u.-... Pure It II 11'.04 putt'sOd lip Drug

tItle girls kiss him that In Uciii.uny, and Home other it ,was the !best thing I had ever *..1. .
J' .J . If he) raises a large family hn Is I (ountric-H, a .c / niaNor will' linl* for the services of tlio
called It raises
f 3 a mustard but IIP a
of soiVic' other city who has roc COLDS and VKIP. G.\\nt\\\\\
mayor QS\\\Q
I :' 4' ( imall check he Is railed a fraud ant 1 1thunned 'm..h.- P.
r : diHlu| > ed uiiuriiinl' talents fu I the conduit flicks, (Cronii I. the belt
like Tblnoiman with, tha.ev'n.'ear.ltrJl. ul Ins. ultlce; will offer him thigher relieves tJ,. arhlnff and feerishn.'CUFfil .eft.. so1t05Ql\\ lW06d! ,
the Cold and renUjrr normal uundltlona. Its r'1i qrQ"n rst,
"HalaM' mid will 1 make a uon liquid-nfTocU. Imm..........'. 19G. La. and p
If lie i Is, poor he Is .n had, manager! 1 1 art with 111111, *A Hereupon he removes M>c.. atdruir ......... l\d t \\
but if he \19 rich he Is dishonest to the I'II'I|yi'li niaKea the nuVr ani} 01lI"edn't. be a promoter: to bring i.

If Tie is In pnlltlCH It Is for pip It will II'nl|a in' IIi* charge" of its businesslinlfllnltelx back a colony of led I bpgs Iroui the f.U9fl(3tfldTWI'flat; '

ho Is out of politics! jou don't 'know / it he continues to give woods wIth| him. m t)1t.tK11jQ.: .._ _ '
Kulisfai'Uon. 1 It la the same with thoilt ,_ _
where' to put] him, and he I la no good t nm -
)' iieasuK. ') t and oilier oltlcCii,' only
for hIs <'ountrv If he does an act f
4 in, city ci,UIH'Unieii bc-livg eleil\.if "Xhe
of rhurlt) Its for polity; If he won't ( .puopli jei sot tunns. 'llius nuinlilpal AFETYfl4ZOR ..

give to l charity he Is a stingy; old' otrt.e, luilcllng 1 becomes a )litotesslon. / !

!; (PUSS al l lives only for himself a vocation" III I hObO (:(111)( tIes,

I ) ji It he\\' \jiolill.s i is BcjiiU'lluu'K In I)

' ] future before him : If ho lives t on I i Ills, exiejn/ i hut the Ueiiuan cities '

old, age he has mlssiM, lila callingJfe have tire FH'ni-Ht of close .ttudof noiioinUdl '
miti cilcellMinuihods on the '
,
> waa "ej into this world'bTiL '
Injrodu .
part of mi" n who. uiu not dist urin'd
dTradRTI{ } lnl'o-!ITie next ,bjr the .. Ion h '
-nt
Xt thtxi -t-taj >ing-TO IflVT5 A
Money
ssaine agnrx.: Verily the road Is up' olhce/ ai ,i ('l'l.tlllll"rime unu'. s I Ii'') _ _ _ $ae Shoving

4 4 isky, but man likes to travel ItICrnVmus .- -"in 'l'.d"t.1., Thpn'IlIll'. "' Is I Uiniiiniilpal Hera's a revolution In Safety

_ 'I. '< AVllxon, In (the Plttsburg; Ga- I i I a..lIl. plan Us piaukedul Razors the marvelous .

'. .- 1 )y1rgg. iti. IILLMV Voik: lieMi. ,; zette. \ JtUiul rla. and St'ltaIllOIl'a.. '
; ( 'l\lloon. : ,: \ buiine1 id nil .1t"t'11".1 by the <-Hy 'o1fa 25c
'Shrp-Shavr" Safety Razor ]
: Strange Star. luuncll u I laTke charge of all linjuovenuMitM ,

PRICES OF WHEAT AND GARDEN I uidried foj' (the lilt'\ buy mattIIH -. .(44.L7L4/z:? ,I. which gives you better BLADE VALUE than
That nonrt 1f( r
    :
    t, / PRODUCED AT THE HIGHEST NOTCHJr' I ; .. < NJazed out In the* I and 10 idiiiliKi 1 affairs ilK I Ilio buxiniht, .C&cL'l4 value Is In the BLADE. It Is the beat bocadji
    ; heavens In 1 rebmnrv. 1901 attracting ul I a pihaif (01'pin in I ion I Is cc iid a',t edI made of the finest steel tempered by a special
    l h ItS '. and eminently, grqund and hdned
    ) inunugelDi process
    all eyes bv Its brllinvpo\]) nnd thenIn I
    .
    \ ', J. <_*. Boozer of I he Coinnii1" clal down to the keenest possible edfe. You
    .
    a few months failed 'ttinvisibihiiy
    5 IS cents for the beat practical Razor ever introduced
    Flour So Dear Bakers Are Keeping Loaves at Usual ; except with t telescopes' bID._ recentlyhad bunk. '(_)<'al Ta. I Is Jllll i lukliiK I piunkal i i pay and you save nineteen-t \'entlelhuof the
    Kle)>s ]to linpiovo ttio am/ n.uiluiv of fancy prices asked for fancy frames and hold.
    critical "late in Its hlstorv fixed
    a EXTRA.BLADES
    Size a Heavy Charge of.Air. '
    by I l .*lul ion lotintv I .N Ol luiiu-ui mltji d,t' ers. The "SHRP SHA VR" \ZOR Is mo set
    P
    I by Prof E E Barnard 'When I.IUUIIIIII; mipeiioi com 101' .H.',,<.1 %nd I; In the frame as to be correctly "angled" to
    I It faded it changed/; first Into a nAb :\ Onl'l lug prizes for I thebi> l .pcdnu'u suit any face. Well I you the whole Razor at
    IS TMERE A VEGETABLE TRUST ? -at lemit. Its light was thN of the inuduit. he Is iiu\\ gi! tug .siedf I: I 2f>c. so aa to create a market for our bladea

    I : light of a nebula Afterwardaa the kuit/u vine, held to I5e one of 11; Extra 8HRP SHAVR" Din-leu, & for 2rAnd
    : satin finish silver-plate d stoppers at lOc. each
    4 No Suoh Sum Paid In a Decade For Potatoes, Ltttuce Asparagus, I 8hown.by. Its spectrum) I tiiu L I gieaivKt or rot a!;i> jiliiiits, to all :7 ,
    I I lat n Etc., Vet Retailers Say the Profit is Not Theirs- It changed back Into a star of a peculiar
    It IsNuot. eneiiillj Known to citrus Blades or the
    Wholesalera Deny There is a: .ornbnation.! I I class, called t.h.'oJr.Ray..t "
    H.iut Floildj has what la.
    r Ilo"el. ju uc by mail on
    '. I stars which* seem to be a sort of. ) ,
    I Il Ic ally u Kibijl I ujaion I IlIw'totile iro'it'd '
    Chicago James A. Patten was used now' an e\rnse for the high crofc-between a true star anti anI"bul lion of i ltrH" gioxcs and otlni 01chaids '. In stn.mpX< I

    victorious again, wlnui he was able to prices.Ve.. are making no money at Prof, Bernard shows that this against. t'te jAliltilly and BOOK PUBLISHING '!
    sell moro of his May AN"heat nt the all lost change began In :November 1B02, "I'1.l jieais' frml diseases' ( 134 LEONARD: 4EVERY

    record prlc; of S3 .:SN:. Tit deal forTsrTTmo H.lvpral other dealers said, they and seems to have been completed In liaplei'' XIII.|| MarHleH of )Hoi/ 0111'1 N.Y. em.1H .

    worked t out \ery well tot Mr. dldn 1't. know VhPthei there was a February ItOI\ Youth's CompanIon.. I''i'dj: IhlH la'\\' iini>otVJtH the (' ( RAZOII Is's' \ .
    Patten.: ,but the i leal biiidtn Is beliiK\ I li'list or not Injt t th'y1'1''' aware that t .,. \Ij lomiiirsHluiielH It) upb|) >ltil a ..-... hTSSD.O-
    Iborne by the people. who are working prices for all garden Bluff:, hadn in I'itrl'y oiii in JlI'O\istouis."tu1y! <'ounU j jI D' plel.
    hard for their lo.nes of biead and been 1 ''.are getting less and less for tfo<.ir of the high 1 prices had been to William Hanlej a Duluth crulll(>rand liavo I lie ijuaid upponiiiil/ w hen >u "
    .anj
    r money every day on account of the force bonu of the small dealers out timberman tE'lIta, story of Indiana 11.111 of t tin nun KIOUIIU hlKii u p --- --

    Iilgh\ price of Hour consequent upon of ImMness Quito* a number of stalls( I and tihe.) Importance of personal lion 'to (Hull I'\t""I." his 4iuaid, '
    the advance In the I'rl lie of wheat \\ashliiKton) Market\ have ")<"01' publicity In a" redskin Hanlewni l'OUl"d" I U,... di'KII in'nun uI shut. toiiililui.i \ .1 "

    '.--Iooo-Dakl admit that bread Is more Kent stalls *>n llym. In charge of n 1,1P. live I on the St. I | -< ,II l I ill'. \I lute' tiy' as Chillul'el'ty MAN .
    than It lias been for a butte A nieinbci of I the firm of John Nix' '
    penxive (Crolx Jllxer In the ilrlulti! ofTa'lor's aid iiiiilii l' lla n. "'ts. and) 011",1'\\i '" in"
    although tile tjicrease Is rnieconccnled & (Co. who are Bald to be Inr estwholesale and! iII44III Ill .. Hpn-islte and qiIai'uuitii'ie
    from the Inning: 1)111)lic. dealrrs In fruits and "l'g"t- I Falls a. big' Jam ocourrelAfionff :, :'
    .. "'t''U''''. u!,a h.? retail price of bread Is still liles In New York City, and who have tbe drivers were half n dozen : HIS OWN DOCTOR ..t"N "
    five ce xls a loaf. but if housewives I buyers In California, Florida. Hernuida. Indiana They were good l mon on tio 1 liu )ffu-.n; of Floiidii lies hat one I -
    the trouble to weigh the Carolinas England and of HH' JHJSbiilllanl' iiitinljc'iH Ju I Ihe
    were toxake river and h<'lU,I )) their end with the : !
    the loavesNihlch they purchase they elsewhere. >\ as asked about the white men. One dav while Inspectingthe diulh vifXJulin! LAf'oinidce" every Klorma I
    would soon Iscover that they are charge that there was a fruit and vegetable 1 il<*waapei"_jnan fi-ilh thai lie liasbuneied A 6OO.palC" Illif.trut'xi lSoOk, containing
    rapidly diminishing. in weight although trust..v Jam Henley passed the six Tndlans a jM i"onal loss None wax ..aliItWu", ) Information, xli ivrlng liuw( to tnul' '

    the size may remain the same. "Never heard of it," be said, "and In a spirit of good nature he belter able. ta-expreaj dear tliuaght and Uro Jlneust-ji. wit') Hlniplrat medicines.

    ; r' Corpulent loaves can be manufactured there Is no such trust. It any man or hailed the Indians and said: . in niinplo'-ransuagtt, Heine 4uore ,ready I\ _: ._ The boolcoonialn j aniil! ).its.. ol vourtshlp and -- .---.: ,-
    :r, by 'a heavy charge ot atmosphere \ set of men tried to corner the market "Break that Jam. boys end I'll put to perceive what was to tho' fuleiei.1of .'r---{' i.. adng.artntauageneutofollild- ) .;' ,
    : lairriagil; '
    \ but that countY f>r little when be or they would fall There are.. too your names In the paper fig fu'llow-uian, none moie, Indus '1-,);" : .ui; besldiw. vMuablo" irusariiHlans, poolp"St" ,"'r '11\-t.;: '
    to ensauglne tliia pangs ofhunger. many sources of supply.,. It Is true A trious. Hut what makes Ills lews fell ,. r
    It comes after / "t.-T\-:2.:
    ; \
    4 "Ugh.1 responded one .. a"
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    not taking at prices are high, but the demand Is : ;;;. ..., ,to , ato,. Will be aiuhM. ] ostpatl. t.aoy address \: ; .
    ',' Bakers are "Six Indians dead in"paper.but .mobt by lils nieiias) in that.;\tbeywjlL! ." ,..' \ I., '
    pause. ; '. olfb XTY CEN74. Address ..\ 'et 1'I. ./
    :
    all kindly to the game of Use-sting here; and the law of supply and demand I mills tae tneaity I greeting. the ever on moelpt. .
    r the staff ot life now being played on rules. we ;no see Itlevelancf.: Leadi i cheerful smile! the ready sympathy "

    !.' ,.the Board ot Trade. x "Naturally we get all we can for er the quick ijeiLeptloii ot humor thai ATLANTA PUBLIJ HNG HOUSE,
    _ :/ New York City.-While the Pattern our goods. My opinion is that the made hU company delightful, to lila

    ; I bulls in wheat in Chicago rushed tjroeers' Association Is responsible I About Due. friends His death is an Hull an eventas . 11S-11S C..r.I.A.l .. AtlHt*, OswTOWER'S "
    prices up to war quotations some- forthe! present high prices. Long after Mrs MoOullllouddy. thanking her I Its causes are euc-xpllcablu)
    kind happened in the wholesale prices have dropped.
    the
    of
    thing late In
    bu bend was rather coming One of the lessons to be learned "
    local market for. vegetables and. grocery go on; charging the high .
    Saturday with his' pay went I from the of the
    fruits. In Washington Market for prices Irrespective of market conditions home on success Hastings
    ,Instance dealers were getting $7 and THeC- consumer should trade to the police station to Inquire- If polafo IaIHMr Is the potential value GRANRJYIA'SIVIEDIC

    "$7.5 'a barrel for 'Bermuda,potatoes.I' more carefully and not pay such be ewas there. . 'I ol Florida land as a money maker. .. H5H BRAND

    as against $5 50 a year ago- Asparagus prices as are etacted If he would "Is my Pat re'" she asked. I' That Cuba derived benefit from 10- WATI.RPRO >NE
    X aold at $5 a dozen bunches as study the markets more carefully the "No" 'replied the Inspector on duty 000( visitors froni January 1, to March !

    "against 13.85 a year ago and let- grocers would soon\flnd- It out.- and :>: bnt-alt down; "we're expecting nlm I Lathis'year.' mostly Americans, and OILED PM D'.ury.m...,.". .... -.um.--o.m _
    tuce brought twent-flve cents for prices would be more'reasonable" mlnute.-'p.hl1adelphla Inquirer. I that from the firm.named dale to the CLOTHING .55ev .u>ni>eb troulilm of Inf_'". diuiu. dSa_ a...:.
    ; -three heads about as big as a man's Owing to the high prices ruling every I middle of March tbe 10.000 tourists .. FUI ..p.n sea rs.1III.S. '

    i'* band. A year ago dealers were glad for potatoes. large quantities are 'COFFEE DOESNT HURT M1i:" spent $750UUU In Cuba. are the conclusions 'will give! you full value FO.B.zuieS.(IKAMUMA'H: MBUICINB. NkW1OUK CO.. .
    1" to get ten cents for three heads Cu- being shipped here from 'England. drawn trom customs house for every dollar spent I X. I

    -.utubers sold for six to ten cents The wholesale price of Southern potatoes Tales That Are Told. figures and other sources by Consul and Keep you dry In }

    ' is now around $3.50 a iiaR General James I... Rodgers of Havana. the wettest weather. 4 DISTEMPER

    r,, each.Apples are almost as scarce as the tariff on each bag. seventy cenla. *I was one of the kind who ouldn't Of the 7.600( customs house examinations SUITS _.. .. _I.
    ,;.: wheat Seven dollars a barrel is the proving nol! obstacle. The steamer '-believe that. coffee was hurting me." at Havana during the first two; 3S2 sij= ,,_. ..n.K_. 1M, c-". '
    \:' nominal.ciuotat1o1. but. only the Ug :I MInnehaha brought In from London says a N. Y. woman. :You just I months. of this year at least 6,000 SLiCKERS.a,29POMMEL -.... -.,"' '. D-,...-

    'dealers have any to sell and the best (rj4,000; bags ofSeotch potatoes. couldn't convince me its use was c6n- were of baggage of tourists proceeding sue .h=.. mo:::=s=:!.. .
    are being sent-to London. The New to Florida port he This .3R2. BS .....__.e.-. '
    says .
    nected" with the heart and stomach I ......,.,N.W.alotM.v.._ _-.-
    '1 York' State crop was last badly damaged, and |I ,10IORE: CHEAP WHEAT. trouble 1.suffered from most of the I, gives an Idea of the amount of the M,wRswa47AO ..___Ioe; .
    by the dry spell summer. travel through Florida to and from <: Pw<
    4' when It was sought to put the ap'ple.1n' lfead of Fatten Corner Predicts Con- time. Quba. The others were travelers dI- -
    tronbIeZftnallY bad I I AJ TOWER Co. BOSTON. '. -
    1v/ cold storage they wouldn't keep. tinued High Prices. My got ,so rect from New York or. through New ;BIriEDADVTIeWENT
    Colorado apples were similarly aft had to live on milk and toast almost Orleans. Considering how many tourists TowER CANADIAN CO-UXTTEO TMONTO.CAH.

    fected. Thousands of barrels deal- Chicago James A. Patten responded entirely for,three o'tour years. !Still! remained In Florida during the == jAuy.vrvrs: waNrep.'tt7At4TEDLady .
    1 rotted anrt had to be thrown to a telephone call from a All oun" of prevention U. north a
    t' 'era nr. ) I loved the coffee woqldn'f. believe winter and that 'the tourist season
    The vegetable market has country miller whq wanted to buy a peund of cure.Mrs.Winslow'i xrontiln 'all' part of the
    ,i"' away. It could do such damage. really began In October this time United Htalmi to advertise I Hid sell"ltIaekOrow'Rtoekons"
    ..Fbeen stiffened lately by three severe round lot of cash wheat. Before Soothing Syrup for Children Uoudeomaalimlon -
    to > coffee some conception can be formed of the to wearer
    nllt
    frosts In Virginia. which killed all leaving the telephone boqth he personally What I needed was teething IIOften.!hegurnu,rduoemjnl( _njnintion . AddreMiHLAII .
    i
    \' i:,growing stuff and the farmers have sold ROOO bushels No.2 red and take nourishment In such form numbers who came to, Florida, by railor ,allays pain,cu....wind ..oh .25c a kottle CHOW groowseco.. Newton.NC. p pI (
    I I steamer during the season.
    i! : bad to replant. wheat at $1.38, free on board oars as my stomach could digest. '. The patient In the offlne. !is worth I ;Never operate during .periods of de-
    ,/". The keeper of a small fruit and here which Is the highest prloe of -I had read much about The present laws of the state of two In the 'graie.BABY'S liresslon particularly financial. "
    Market accorded for this grade.He Florida regarding collection of debts __ __
    II: \11\ vegetable stand In Washington; the year yet but never thought it would L u
    ;;\\ said that. while It would be denied expressed himself aa being decided case until one day I decided 'especially the provisions 'for exemptions WATERY ECZEMA. Red Weak. Weary Watery KycsRehTed
    po.tU1l'j
    he was sure there was a trust bullish on July wheat believing coffee and gits it a trial l have been objected 'to as encouraging ,:by Munn Ey: R m,"Jy.
    ., ;t Which controlled: wholesale prices and It will reach even a higher level I ; dishonesty. >Merchants Itched and Scsatche&Unthl mood Ran Combouniied by Experienced Phytioiana.Conform .
    .J' bad pat them up to the present high before the next bar Teat than yet reCorded sure about It. So I got a I have round it difficult-to collect 4 btsd -450 Spent on Useless Trr'atmesitsDisease : to Pjir, Food and Dru -Laws.
    ; Ietj i, level: for May contracts He be- and carefully followed the btors have found It easy to avoid Seemed Tncbrwble. I' Mann Dot*ft,Smart; Soothes Eye l>..an.I .
    r.. '*, .'The.Unlted Fruit Dealers Asso- lieves all of the new crop "Boon I began to get better and I r paying their debts and to defy creditors Oared by Outicar for $i.50. I I .
    ) ;!ltf elation is doing this" he said "and which are now at a great month.'j was able to eat carefully selected to collect their bills. The resultIs 'When my little boy was two and a half Many a man has been ""skinned

    r;>, ., ,U tells us priced 'are going still under cosh wheat will foods without the aid of pepsin or I a great hindrance to business In months old h. 'broke out on both checks without losing ... any .rultcle ..

    ; ', ;'LP 'higher. Every dealer In this place rise in values other dtgestants and It was not long this siale. Honest men have also, with eczema. It was the itchy watery ,I BACKACHE 18 KII>NICYAClIE. 4
    ;;! \ Ik: : pays the same price. There is no escape We will see no more cheap wheatIn before I was really a new woman I in some cases, been subject to annoyance .kind and we had to keep hn little band.
    Lt '.:{ Tbe bulk of the vegetable this country till there Is more extensive I in getting credit. wrapped up all tbe time, and if he woulil
    I. .'liL. ., tuff we eell at this season comes production to meet the growing physically. healthy. and sound cant While It is well to afford, flexibility: happen to get them UDCttVered he would" Cure the Kidneys and the Pain Win
    .c i i. from Charleston. S. C.; Bermuda'f' consumption demands." continued "Now I am that In municipal! charters by ahIoWth'tlre -clew...hie--face.-till. the hlnoH._atitameJ downon Never Return.
    -andJTlorfda, both by rail and steam- Mr. Patten "I Bee little chance anything and everything people most concerned to amend them hi. clothing.! We called in a' physicianat
    .hlp., Some stuff also comes from for this Increase. In production In this comes along and I know this wonderful I I when tho need Is felt It would alsob once, but he gave an ointment which Only one way to cure an aching

    ';l California There seems always a country this year because farmets all change II all due to my well to guard against too frequent was so severe that my babe would scream back. Cure the cause, the kidneys.
    5. scarcity; though now. after the Blaster!] over the Northwest declare there Is quit coffee and got the ha.ID'1 I ret I'enduing. when It was put on. "'. changed doctors _ Thousands tell' of
    7 'demand has subsided, prices,ought to more,fnoney 1n raising oats and barley "- I needed through this, and medicines until we had spent fifty dol cures made.by Doan's .
    ::4. :i' :* .0 down. The Virginia frost _will, be than putting the land to'wheat.. Postum. I Potatoes in seven weeksfrom the I.nor more and baby was- getting 'WO..... i Kidney Pills John -
    -' --- : Is the achievement of a St. I out ant, for
    don't J planting was Worn watching cannji..
    wonder is why everyone C. Coleman
    ; ,Jt |s Crime to dive or Take New Brand of Night Rider Activity "My Lucie county gr *wer. him night and day that I almost felt euro, a promInent -
    and the trouble -
    coffee
    aJTlltll" Washington State. Reveals Itself tn Indiana.. give up the old One question the legislature is expected the diaeaae was Incurable Hut.-/finally merchant of
    : 't' y 'Spokane, Wash. Advance sheets Indianapolis.; Ind._He'nlers of land ,- that go with It and build themselves to decide la": shall: the board reading of t) good result of the Outlcura | Swalnaboro O a A
    : 'j as I have done with Remedies I determined to thnm. I f lays.: 'For severals"
    up try earn
    &- of. th. new criminal code adopted atIV In Southern Indiana are notifying of control be controlled or shall the
    .: lh..recent session of the legislature landlords that they will not work Postum." stale board of education be educated truthfully say I waa more than surprised, I _ years my kidneyswere
    _ I'T:* 'show that it contains a strict antl- land on shams, nnd Investigation; Easy to prove by 10 days trial of as to what are alleged to be its llmltatlous. for I bought only I a dollar and a half's affected and my
    _ : ,, .* tipping law.: which provides that shows that manv of them have been Postum In place of coffee. The reward worth of the CuUcura Remedies.(Cuticura back ached day -and
    house or notified that If they till land for less : Soap Ointment and 1'dU), and they did
    a
    -' employe<< of a public la big."There's night I languid
    c very Those who remember the leglsla:\ was
    all '
    I than doctor medicines
    more good
    i' <
    who sollc- than two-thirds of the their my
    >.1,'L tmbllc service corporation crop a Reason. will that the I bad tried. \and in fact nervous and lame in the morning.Doan's .
    from any crops win be destroyed lure of 1907< perceive ,) entirely cured him.
    \ gratuity _
    1*! 'IU or:receives any person giving any An organization has been formedtn Ever read the above letter? A new' time to criticise' the action of the legislature Ilia face la perfectly clear of the leant spot Kidney Pills helped me right

    ;"v guest and.hal1 every be guilty of a mlsdeth.41c Pike and other counties on the one appears from time to time. They,,I Is while It.Is In session, not or scar of anything Mrs. W. M. fomerer. away and the great relief that followed -
    gratuitY and full of human Burnt Cabin, 1'.., Sept. II, 1006* has been permanent '
    _ t plan of the night riders. a oe genuine, true,
    it its action
    baa and
    ? I after adjourned
    '': lDe.not have refused l I Potter; Drug i Chem Corp., Sole Propa. Sold by all dealers. 110
    ,.UUftntIo that Land owners to rent. Interest ..... '* cents a bos.I .
    Tllt.a. .. has
    14"1" law paMeOrthe: : legislature.V :- for lest than balf'1rOplI.! n j crystalUed. of Cuticura_Remedies, Beaton_ ,_Uaas.:. I :
    f:;uh. a -.' F03tsrMltbuxnCo.vBuffaIOr.NY.'e V
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    ;*i NEWS! OF THE EIiISUT JRE. ,. Florid GeoloGical Survey* '1' SAVING,PAINT MONEYIt ,. -
    And the.Work Accomplished.
    -
    lion: Ion L. .Farrls speaker of' the TiUlahassee, Fla.-lo at.8.b1tshlnlUle' Cannot. _De Done l>7"{7.li>c: Cheap

    house of 'representatives, received "'a state geological surveyor Florida Material and Cheap'Painter*. .' ,
    communication from Jennings the, legislature of 1907 provided for a
    -Villain
    branch of Investigation which is proving ' ,In arranging for p nUDa:, a, good
    Bryan, 'dccepUpg' the !invitation tendeied'lllra to be of much value IA the development many: property owners' try to aare ,.

    t, :') : to addr'l'J'8 the .legislature. of the state, t "Mtoney br employing the painter who .

    ,It' Will probably, be next/! nWntu be. Tbei' state survey la now approaching offerVto do,the Job cheapest-or try :: .,. ,
    .
    tore he can come, aa ,'be has a 'num- the.: dose' of the first, bl-ennlal to save money by insisting on a 'Jowtw ",
    .j l Peralt.| of- Its work. The results obtained , '
    '
    "hut: of englig 'menta. Tula cbmes. ua are of both immediateand per. priced paint. Dut no property owner-* . .. ij..

    the result, <y" Congressman manent value' to. the state.- ixTwo ret would run.strejj risk If he realized ; ,. .. .... '
    what be ________________a.. .
    Clark' In the fjorlda house de- ports have been laaued.-One''ot'theBO, must taken Into considera -

    lending his ncUonlu.congre8slnas-: the first annual report. contains- order to get ,a Job that 'will

    Bailing-; the Nebraskan. Followlug! hUBpeeou account of tbe mineral Industries of Sn'ID nd glv.thorough, satisfaction.

    the .leglsfatora[ 'Crled! :*- '"Hur.':the state. The phosphate clays, and houseownerwill gbs.wrong on 'WHiT.3ovTHEY JN6

    rah tor 3ran.i"! and sent telegram:* road-makliig materials receive in this &, question if he fttth National

    to him to speak before the house. i report special treatment. As a matter Lead Company 1903 Trinity

    Congressman Clark haa announced nlu ot reference publications Building New York for their House- .

    .Intention, being present. from' all sources which elate to or owners' Painting Outnt No. d. wlitctN

    When large tracts of land are sold bear upon Florida geology arelisted Is sent *ree. It Is a complete guide to
    In the futuie by tbe stale, public notice ana the more important ones review '
    painting. It Includes! a book of color
    will have To -b'e given under the ed The second report Is on .the- un- I schemes 'for 1To 'EVERyHOM.E--- I

    ",I-. '1 iiov1aloua-et-4he hlllby--Mr-loan--e-, ctgrDuu&atesLy. .and. _ccn= either ext.rioTorInte.!: -
    1opathtlnggb00'k ot
    LOb {seventh passed by lie 'senate under -i talus a map showing the areas Of arleslfin speclflcatloni :
    suspension of the rules. It' (.ow In Florida. The,. prlnclpltu and an Instrument for detecting adul- '
    is probaole that the bill win uu passed which permit of the drainage of. teratltJh: in paint materials. -as wrm.Joyous hearts and smiling faces they romp and play-when In health-and

    by tne houte and signed by tile I ItUvernor. lands by means of bored wells are explained Nearly every dealer has National how conducive to health the games In which they Indulge). the outdoor life they
    . In this bulletin, as well all.. Lead Company's pure white lead.
    ': ; The proposition that tie legislature the manner of construction of these (Dutch Boy Painter trademark). If enjoy the cleanly! regular habit they should be taught to form and the wholesomediet

    wells In order t tu obtain the greatestefficiency. yours has not should' How tenderly their health should b resrved
    hball' guarantee eetlllg with considerable favor. -- Cfi.. and' arrangements will be mad careful avoidance of medicine of
    !; Among Investigations In progress, rot to It.Bluste71oean't. not by constant medication, but by every arrtnjurl-
    A resolution providing!: for the ap- I that of miters earth deposits has given you get and if at time a remedial agent Is required.to assist
    jiointunenl ot a com milieu of five, I I reeylta of especial valueXAi'hese always raIse the ous or objecttonable-qature, any

    three from the house and two fioiu deposits are being traced ,out and wind. _ _'_ nature, only thpse of Khqwn excellence should be used; remedies which are pure s

    the senile to the Investigate the work mapped In detail and rroiu this report Tetterine Cures an Orphan's. and wholesome and truly\beneficlal !in effect like the pleasant laxative femedy,
    of reclaiming bvei; glades and the ,
    :: .
    when Issued, land owners In
    canal l work on the East Coast,* was mat part of the state cohered Uytlie , Tetter. \ Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna', manufactured by-the California Fig Syrup Co.

    adopted In the house. report will be able to determine JBt1H This*\I.'.n to Orphan certify Homo that I.Luting.have 'r"'X&8.tasted' Syrup of Figs aqd Elixir of "Sea has cone Into general favor In rriany millions of

    The Itnmlgiatlon project: is being; wnether! not full ra earth occur on the merit of .Tetterine among the children "
    (championed by Uuljoiit, uf St. J.;>hus;' their property. A similar report un. ... of this home and find It to be a *ucre well Informed families whose estimate of Its quality send excellence Is based upon _
    One little girl\ had U very bad case '
    ,bill iininlttiadon bill, buurlug an appropnation phoxphaie deposits i* also In-- prbg- of letter on her head which had taken personal knowledge and ,use. .

    .. for the canning un uf I'ellll. f moat of .her hair out. 1 could notion Elixir of Senna has"a1o met with the approval of physicians I -
    the vvoUi has [ecehed'a tavuiaiileJreport The results of a geological survey some Improvement;: after usingthe aec- -Syrup of Figs and generally
    i- ond appilcatton, and after one weeJi'atreatment
    of I the committee. _,\ I&J'1 I....-I artof poinfaneut value to the stale all trace were cone and her because they know it Is wholesome simple and gentle in Its action. We Informall
    toad rale ullls tclegi! aiili rate .bills\ : : The >ui,'vey reports are dlBtYlbuwd\ hair commenced to grow back. J can of Syrup of Figs and Elixir of
    physlcianAJis4o4he-medlcinatjr1nclples
    - "' but earnestly recommend Tatterlne tor aU : ;,
    Tlozfinrof-bBnlttTrg-ljTlts-havT! 1..n1yoindtTiduo.Js, are on
    lUll otJupd. but are Jot| meetriig VMUI' tile in- uie public arid school libraries kin dlseasee Mlas. ,Yours Jennie I respectfully.Clark,_gjpt.. Senna, obtained by an original method, from certain plants known to them to act

    tbe uppioval' of tile toiiiniUM, one.. of the rultfd Stales, and ul..o In the Bell Haven Orphan's Home. .y'ltp In which the wholesome Cal-
    and in agreeable
    an
    Tetterine ouies Kcsema, Tetter King most beneficially, presented
    i.owo.n. of each dalls has been i iT" !noiarlcit of the geological I surveys of
    Worm, Ground Itch Piles, In-
    ported lavol'ablelcW1IUam.; ..' hill, 1 piiutlcauy e-ry btaie In the union fant's Bore Head, Pimples itching, Bolls, rto.ijcri: ifornian blue figs are used to promote the pleasant taste,; therefore It Is not a secret

    giving I the I inliroad cuiuinlsbloueib ilu\aie, therefore, Ilel'man..ntJl.ac.- Sialy Patches ort the Face. Old Itcli'nu; wrio do .
    refer .all weU physicians
    to infbcmed
    -Sore.. D&ndruff.Csnk.rsd flralp. a-in- remedy,,and hence we are. Jree to ,
    r'oru l jiowei' ', plui.ng all ti'lfgiaph ceb*l lble to"niOBe who may at any form
    lens. Corns. Chilblains an every
    self-medication.
    companies undei ilium me aaaif u.- i time l'Hjr-p Information In l'E'gold to Rkln Disease Tetterine foe; TetterlnoHuap : not approve of patent medicines and never favor IndiscrinMnate :

    .11111Jiiastlexandci; H liAl piovidlnx I ..., natural resources of Florida, and the manufacturer Zftcv Your druxrlst., The: or Shuptrlne by mali from Co. 0 Please to remember and teach your children also that the genuine Syrup of Figs .. ,
    a late not III exieuu of 25 cunls lot aie III (atl un impoitaiiL lurtor In ad- .
    met agi'u of ten 01 less wjidH, .ai.d 1! : \'Ul Using tutu n-t>oiice' 1 lhouwno.. 8avannah---Oa.- ._. - - --- and Elixir of Senna always has (the full name of the CompanCalifornia Fig ,

    1\ (Puts for words In "x'ells of It'll. fi.nu I \\lBh to Invent or to develop mineral It Isn't a penitentiary offense to I\\ Syrup Co.-plainly printed on the front ofj, every package and that Its for sale In
    any pulut I In !Klunnla' lu allot her I In i ilu lui.tt look lo the blale .euivey as a take the !Donnen'ot a gentleman.!:
    state, ato tlu' main 1I'l"lIllIph lilllH : tillable source uf InfoioiuUon and Its bottles of one size only. If any dealer offers any other than the regular Fifty cent

    \ While I tin laihoud idle bills. ale one KliortK UK authoritative i A CURB FOR KITS. size, or having printed thereon the name of any other company, do not accept it.
    ' lor J crultt' itt" nnle loi J A' I the state with
    ] iinoiiit-i survey coojierates The TrfaOnent la to
    A..rornpU.h'hat the will not its beneficial effects. Every family
    l'.nl" ju" '"r mile tih; i 01. gHiil atloiiH curl') lug; un felm- \\ Science line Been Htrue- If you fail to get genuine you get

    t A lull t11111 led an U.t to piou-ci gt:,)I,liar 01\' I Idled\ ork. '1 be coopeiatiim Kline (o Attain for Centuries.The -should always have a bottle on, hand, as It is.equally beneficial for the parents": aqd

    J'llClh' UUh 111! ,UHllK I'll 111 thy llOU I. oT iii.itatiutiul gcuioKlcal,,; hur intense.interest hat bits been inaniImted is '
    the whenever laxative remedy required. t
    I' \ li.is liiin .t ('UII'<.I III bom generalun thruuihout the country br the won children a
    In a i.Hc4al| iiK'Hhagi!; n> tui* U-xi1- ; derful cures that
    ore being nceomphahf'dallv '
    laiuie. 1.\t'II.u". dihlni" I.t Ie' UIlII",1 I S-IK by rpileptiuide. null continues It is -. -:-------- - ... -
    1 ttsiin ut load iiiateriulut the\ -i--
    Id Illljl Ilu OIlMltlHKlll 1 he> hu LllfcllUiu Ii uiaixing really surprising the test number of people ____ -
    cib \lu' make ii>(' Miiic' Hiai>ui' ti .uilu Malt' bill vi.\ ('ujieiuico.. with division who have already been cured of hts andnrrvousneiu. - -- '

    'mini.. til tit(' jiaiduning, Uouiu n. ot I Ktuds ol the I tilled males utpartJill In order that everybody!: may P U T N A M DYES'
    II'1 of alt )\llIure. TIle division have a chance to test the medicine, Urge fFADELESS
    liiait ol I tlie. tit ioi H"'> l'l1l'IUI.! 1 n,if < ii.uisti> of the state uepanmentol trial bottle roluable literature. History 011o.pllep.y Color raor*rood brtffhtnr and faster oolora than any > '"........b.nier than anr eLba dye. TOSJ *#*\J
    :::;i'ItatIi( :Sloan:: ) and U,'iu' t'Ht'ntatiMTalor '. aici" i n nit ui, e makes chemical analysts mail: and testimonials will be sent by I I.*n dye any eurmnut. wtfhoo'rlprDa'.IJAM_ Writ* for .* & UltUU CO., ca.'_", 1I11_ .. .'. .
    Have inuouiKiu unlit III tinteiaue absolutely free to all who write' to the -
    ; and aou. I iehpi-i. )".i\' )iio\m- I Kir I lie burtey. In s 6fl Hiudiesthe Dr MaT laboratory. 648 l'earl I Street: I A Painful Expression. The wagging...tongue. Is....never... wltt>:. "" .A\.I \
    '1I ij
    with the New Vork SA'jtI
    state
    I survey loojiciuten' City. -R-ookefelier! !IS the pros!- C S !
    1 Itch cured in 30 mimittn Woolforrl'sSanitary
    ills tar the repi-al t>i Aillflu ::1",1 1 vttne The by:
    -\\0[(' d'xpeilmcnl station and lii the epileptictde cure u
    .
    creating great .
    K'ClleruIIIII1IUIl'" ot riorula. i lil'.ning public interest I dent of the National Beagle Club and ( Lotion. Never fails. At druggist.
    t-tmlv or.u.aienal with the slate unl- ;as well as among Doctors
    lu Uie. iiiaKing and neiniiK& 01 pocur.UOlh .. \'I itr Students. Hospitals and visiting Pliysiciins.: : an authority'on dogs no less than i Faith 118- the y.of'th soul. SHAFTING, PULLEYS: BELTS,

    .llUcineli iiieiiibelveas __ _ _ finance. _: !_ {
    y( eiidi--M It Isn't every theory that can standup on LOMBARD IRON WORKS. *AUGUST) U. r
    belierniK I thai pojl belling\ U t ll.e State Prison Farm
    before condition. Discussing the training of dogs st '
    bad H'uune of noibu i ac'ing, and w.n Suggested by Commissioners. a I Rockefcl This Trade-mark DAISY FLY Kln J.Jter=::::- :
    Oarfte1'l-T.. health tothow.andB4 a recent club imeetmx Mr. _ _ _ _ _ _
    .
    him Brood
    brought .
    urge tile pni tagu of uieii bind u ....aESS.fe.at .:$5jas I;
    Tiillahdsfeei' 1-10.-1lIe board of Eliminates A1JtJncer1ainy /'
    cumminKioneis Unequalled for con"tlp"tionLl1r ler said: w ....t"-" ... ..._.. .. ..
    tile. bills aie' lJU..l'd the home I lacing ', .... II' .a.
    of state Institutions\ con- and kidney diwtame Compo otUerbs. "yest training: la an art. The aim : 'iO --# ......! >.O
    ,
    \ be Killed. In !Kloiidu. 'fill' ,\,' '" .-t. 11- ei -..
    tame11I !I'Ib j .
    hib-ii I :! of I the govt-i nor and all of-I he Buy from your druggist. ..
    01 louise, siioiig OI't'OIlIlO'1| 10 I tiebills six cabinet oniiei-i, have approved<<, .. _._. u _ plest appearing canine performancesis. in the of .'" .. ./ .. Ii = .-. .::::
    purchase I.'''. .
    properly understood a difficult -, .. _' .
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    'I" 'J.
    bul Inolcailons. ale ibal a iiu.inLi The annual capita I
    mid! hlioiiiittetl lit' per consumptionof .. : '
    io legislature': a paint matrriaUrt : ;t: .- / '1Waor. 0. ', .
    In the .. thing. It looks easy but It Is hard; .. .__ ',
    lavoi Ito assage.Rirenra11ve !bill, wliicll piovUluH for withholding sugar UnltQd tat I U 823-5 is an abtdlute '11-'c--.. ::11 "1- ... -i'
    "Stokeg of lisramtilaIniioiiiK 'Tfnfn Hie 'nt'\\'' lease of state prisoners, peunds I and thus"-Mr. Rockefeller smllod ,I !guarantee of purity -F _. ...._-- ...

    'eil I lus "loan uhaik bill III und 1 "u H'quent leuyes, all female and eatne-ul Cannot' Be Cured "thus It is like the man at the photographer's. and quality. a"-. .....-. ...-. a... es&l1!,!...__. ,. ;)
    uio House i he .bill U enili\ k-ti. An Invalid male inlHoneit, and for the For your own
    applicatIon.as theycannot reach the
    tiytocsj
    I Act lu neiliiB und juubibii inni.. ana I l imicliabe, of a state prison, farm upon diseased portion of the ar. There is only one. "This man. lilting-Tor Ills portrait protection, see METALLIC
    usurious ('oiitmcib in *111.. aisLe, ....11 which] these classes of pilsoners shall way to cure deaf DOSS, and that la by cotmtltntkma said Impatiently to the artist." -' ' that it is oil! the side. of

    Pt OSlO lug jic'iiali' foi Uie viotaiiun I enuu be ,"I')< and worked. } remedies. Deafness is caused'by: an 'Well. lave I got now the pl s.ant'expreaBlon every keg of white lead
    > act.: / I The board anticipated such an enactment inflamed condition of the mucous lining ot deBlrer' you.buy. HEELS AND- "
    The commission elected by the legIslature in the contract recently tbe Eustachian TUOA. When tbls tnbeis inflamnedyonliave you- f -stnoiiu U*D CDSP&PY 1'fM
    made with the Florida Pine company a rumbling sound or imper Yes, thank you,' said tha. Photoerap'he 1XH TrliHfr ..II ".. R.. '... 'j
    of lllu7 to investigate tile acts feet bearing and when it i. entirely. cloned COUNTERS -
    ,. 'That will do
    nicely
    -
    mid doings 0(' the triisieva\ of tile in- tor the lease of- state prisoners for Dmftoeasis the result, and unless the inflammation ORAY'S- .
    '
    leinai uiipiovcnieiit lund has 'made a tour years commencing January 1. can be taken out and this tu)>e restored 'Then hurry up. growied. the man. .

    ..' voluminous leporf eiu\ iacinK, a large 1909, and proper provision was made to its normal condition bearingwill 'H hurts my fa. e.' "Rochester Her. | :.,.
    ;
    amount tfBiunony ax wtut! as doculueniary in tJl. .contract for withholding such hedeetroyed: forever.Nfueottsee: out often - ....... {L:-
    evidence. The rtjeaiciifeeeiakto prisoners should the legislature, ,.iiUr arecaoaed bycatarrh: which is nothiogbntan :SMOTHER' < ':.1
    inflamed condition of the mncons "arfac !a. 1 feTerlsksjees '1
    I thorite It. *
    nave been inorouin and We will crt>ertitne Hundred Dollarn for DOCTORADVISED ) ."ssioacWe: ,
    complete. 'J'nero was 110 dinert-no. i i' rhtbill Is to be entitled An Act au- caMofDeafnem(canned brcatarrh)thatran-any 2T .... 01 opinion\ among the members ot lie thoil/lng the K.aid of coniunxbionertiof notb& oniuiishlon! until invy 1 eat'lied I hlll rftate institutions\ to purchase, lands cireolars Sold frmse ,F.J.CHKHET&: Uo.,Toledo.U- iq..thosiiate" _$4 _. ...Ited. Atiin-l.VREE.1 Ad........aet-. ', t'.

    |>orllon 01 the lepoit hat ueais VMIII for u )>rison tal m, to erect buildings Take by Hall's Dmtrgista. TV. A. .. QUOTED. Le Key, ft.Y ,.
    I tiC legal eulitetit soil 01 the Hiiibteeitbfiioiai i untl equip' bald farm, and directing\ Familr Pills for_constipation.The .

    ('QtiiiHei, lot liler Uoveinor Jen- tliul! leiluin inluuneiti .be not leased railroad of this country employ CURED

    iiings, witch Judge I b\il: L. cartel for l pay, and jirovidlng the nieojis to more telegraph operators than Dropsy 8lve' ,
    .
    cnan'man of tne commissIon, d.neieu oelruy the exjiense necessary, lu car- thcr telegraph Companies. I IOPERATIONj Quick ,<
    .
    -:---- "" -- Relief. Made of Stool.
    as to tne law and filed a dissenting ry out theiJiovmiona of. this act. per n.&D.&CJROI...... f'A P17DIN.Wb..tJa.r ,
    opinion on that polnl. The coiumib- Xsmovea all .welling la t to:aa
    from Colds. Rest, Stomach For Miners
    or, Farmers
    .
    .. Quarrymen
    Florida .
    -"ronnlJd.rtharlnTTU'St"wa cotrpwd"wfib SUtBaseball League _.--. Tronblea.Capadlne wilt relieve you.It's t effects permanent cure ,
    Organized at Tampa. liquid-pleasant to take-acts ImmedlatelF. to JO to 6a dsys. Trt.lt..elmeot and All Men who do Rough Works'
    the oullgatioii to diain and reclaim I !giv.nfree. fotbtn 'can be fairer ,
    Try Ik 10c.. Me. and Mo. at drug
    the lanus; that land granted/ to I Tampa, Fla.-Prominent baseball Write D,.14. H.Green's Soot, I Canbe.dacheJyomoldiLo.s.sJwiUmaks .
    enthusiasts from several South Florida SsscUIUts. Sos Atlanta.e>- ".
    railroad the j '
    the companies was only
    He who lays on handj with talt them as good as new. Yen can buy !
    residuary interest; therein; that at towns met at the Tampa Board of lifts with leaat : t : aew ihow fitted willi tbea. 'flay will_' :
    feffort.jThroatTroublei'weuken
    'many times during the existence ufme 11 ade roams and formed an organization Cured by bydia E.Pinkham's n&- wear oaJL L.iPwbaa ........., easy to, tattack. ...,
    trust tueie was yastetul mismanagement to be known as the Florida tbepystera.: Any cobbler. caa put them ..;,' .....

    ; that many ot tile acts, uoin mate:: Baseball league. Vegetable CompoundPaw I Write (las booklet that. tails .11 ........ the..
    in the early and later administrations, The name Florida State Uaseball A berlous Illness Is often" brought

    : were inexcusable and mat the Improvident league wan adopte4 by unanimous on by: a neglected sore ,throat. Paw Mich."I suffered rrl1 1 a ..flf."O:=: =:'LI.54 UNITED SHOE MACHINERY.COi. .

    cxpeualtuio of the trust vote and tbe following ofhceis were All throat troubles )invarfably weak. -, i bly from female ills, .u......... La..II..and Sowl'y. "'.....P..... P'_...., BOSTON. M"... ;>' ;

    'N lunds under me gUI>e of payment for elected; President, W. F. Stovall, 'en the system. abd,-should .not be .allow - I including inflam. t ad4r Send 55.5'd..l.w..pso.a. S Is I.,=...=..::i t4l= 4 )."k
    Nega1 services' to favored attorneys of 'j amp8-; VieW president W.Ii.. ,d-'to go un't ecked. matton and congestion ,....-.-. ".............. 4..<1- I < "
    shideserVing of higtfesl ceu ure. Carson, of Klabimmeej secretary- A gargle made, with twelre drops of _ for several A.g-<;aml.. Cae.l'"J C.., ..a.."'..:!. (At.17'09)COTTON -
    J. W. of | My doctor
    treaurer. Gary, Barlow. years.
    Cling -farcical tilts present ttnat club Sloan's Liniment In half a glass of said there was no
    It was decided each becoming I
    neuiodNpf submitting cuuHtliuUoiial a member ot the league shall water W'flr break up a sore throat. hope for m. but an IiPIL1 '

    amendment: ro a leieremlum, (Uov- tile uih the secretary; a bond for $200 Sloan's Liniment Is an excellentremedy 1 operation. I began 'at"

    ernor Ullcbrijt submitted a uiesi>age! as a guarantee mat the cluo will remain for tonsllltls, croup asthma : taking Lydia E. pgNtyyg
    to' tile leglsiauKe In which he lecum Plnkham's Vegetable -
    and bronchitis.
    IIIlie organization during the Applied treely to the i-i
    mends the enactment of a law CIIUIIK entire\ lu of failure 'outside Compound, and J
    season; case to do of the throat and chest, it .
    lug! tile )ieelit pfh4. ue refers to HO tile talllne club shall turteil the draws out the inflammation, reduces I can now say I ama 1 '- '-
    lecent elucuonj a-t pNxit of I the fact be divided tliec'lubs .; well woman." 4,'
    amount to
    i amo.'it
    tbe swelling and relieves VOTASJ
    mat emubu me voieissj'le! not bufncientiy lenialning lu me league af the any sore | EMMA DKAPER.
    !: De... Twelve drops of this
    Liniment
    with
    acquainted amend
    sje I end of the season.I ./ .Another-Opera"tion Avoided.
    meats, and wnat they ilieii,: me> ,be maximum allowed to each club in half a glass of water makes a spliri- Chicago 111. _. "I want women to
    vote agll.1II8t..1I of in em. lie >ecom- did antiseptic gargle. -
    for balai,. to players was axed at know what that wonderful medicine, -
    mends taut a law uu enacted, Mr. Albert W. E. Pinkham's in your Ccttnn Fertilissimessia
    puij I (50 pel' month and the minimum uum- Prlge\(; of Fredonla Lydla Vegetable Compound
    irig mat when a notice (>J me .... Itelit. players lor a club was placed Kans., writes:-"We hare used has done for me. Two of the thrifty igeruus.squares well-wooded and w.I Stied. bells.with

    muting of me amendments Is pub Jl-$._ elm en., XI ''s "lioped! to have the1Int4t Sloaji's Liniment In the family: for best .doctors in Chicago said I would your cotton crop In a rendition better It
    iitjnea (cithe tequiied time beiuie May 1. about die if I did-not have an operation! and mist the aitactaofinsects and dI.aes. -
    game a yewvjmdJlndli. _. xcet. Oct
    An !\ s.hi.ad of the w.s.hs
    tile eiecugn, mat a brief summary explaining -- -Diiev-er-tbonghtroreelng a 'well day ash by planting as ,,
    Varlsty of
    lent relief for colds Bhdhar fever -
    tOe amendment, auu mo eliect $5O0OAked for a MonumentTo : at again. I had a small tumor and female '
    It will have 11 cairlud' be puu- N senator Bryan. tacks. Two drops of the Liniment in troubles so that I suffered day and ,

    Jitihed with the notice llns, tie believes Tollahll.s 1'la.-A! Dill providingfor a teaspoonful o(water will stop cough night. A friend recommended LydiaE. -

    will have tile effect of enao- au upiiioiHaUon of '5tlUU by the ing and sneezing Instantly." Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, I I

    ling tile voters to cast their ballOts state, a Hue alntt4nt to ue raised by Mr. L. T. Hurst of Coatecville, Ind. and it made me a well woman."-:Mrs.A I a Patask rolttv.tIn Fe-th It,?oroad1lr pod ftrtllllln liberally Witterclsl ,

    in an fntelllgent manner upon piuposetl "l.uuiif huuacriptloii\4or| tlie. purpose of R. R. No. 1, writes:'-:"I find :your Liniment L VINA BPBRLINO, 11 Langdon St., See that your"*" fertiliser rentals! att.4-
    ...
    111. of r. &. |f |It
    Chicago does
    'opriaxe not you can Increase the .
    anienauients.
    i 11. 1.1114 uu appi monument at the bed-remedr: I bare ever I pPrceu.
    Lydia E.. Pinkham's Vegetable Com P.4a.by addIn54uiaL. ot P...... to your ferfIti.
    Representative Stokes cf Escambla some .bbltable kite in thtate In honor tried for sore throat, either'for horseor pound, made from roots and herbs I I l.&=Ida of at of P.t.. added 10 .sw ,..,..";.w-i/ ,
    or tile memory of tile rak te Senator imm-es.s l PMesh 1 JI.
    Introduced in the bouse I -s
    county a resolution man onoe cured a case of sore has proved to be. the most successfulremedy

    providing amendments to aitlcje W. J. ttiyan of Jacksoirvilldswas .In-,' throat on myself the second day and for curing the worst forms of '\ POTASH IS PROFIT '
    7 of the coustliutlon of the stale lixiduced in the: legislature by"epre
    almost; the first night which had..con- female Ills Including displacements.. .
    -
    relative to census and apportionment. Bentatlve Neeiey of Lei.ln. 8etrd./rW' 6'rw Iiterofwe on OottOiO t\Jhwe'
    Inflammation fibroid tumors 'I
    tinued for over three weeks, undefconstant irreywlarities bAd iVrf Lau.... s
    Representative Davis of Madison! The bill provides for the appoin1 treatment of three physljani periodic pains backache, bear. '/' '
    OERMA.N
    ment of a commissloncf five, Includ- ing-down tee Jfng, flatulency, Indiges. C KALI WORKS
    has introduced (U was traveling) and it a
    a bill providing was get- 124
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    protection Bid .. .
    Atlanta. Oa.M
    tion and
    ing the governor, to be charged with nervous prostration. It costs .
    for the seller of goods when tih worse. but to .it and the I es Vsaaaastreet. ..* Terk.Heat. .
    tbe duties of appointing persona in a trifle try result( __. CUaaae. / .
    purchasers refuse to take and pay for the state to solicit subscriptions for A h.fJn in time may save a long bas been worth million to many I I 4'-

    same. the fund. The commission will'erect -say. suffering.women. 1
    _ _ ,--
    Representative Blanton of Madison the monument and will be empowered -

    Introduced a bill in, the house to ijolisb to draw tbe amount of the approprla.
    the present office of supervisor of lion from tbe state whenever a like

    registration and to.provide for regis- sum i Is raised by public .subscrlpllon.

    tration of electors of the several The movement was started by J. Lo ojk PreBttaf orejy Old

    counties of the state, and for the supervision T. Campbell of Dade county, who hun
    thereof by county commlskionerg been sent, up by the county division-
    ; and to repeal certain laws lets to work In the Interest c>f a bill

    .jtnd...parts.of laws In_connict with pro- creating the proposed new county. T>f
    vulong ot tile act. Palm, Beach. caul* o< tno uciy. grizztr cray ri IrsS..A ORCOI.K" HAIR KESlTORKR.. frlce), tl.OO. .

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    > 'THEAIR form It.'is available for the use of t the *>-.-*acAaia9lueuAr/4.keueislaeunuer, aeG9nt,etrllIU6erAr Notice ol Application for Tax Notice \ot "Application' .t& Sell .

    INJHB.80IL: i plant. If there Is a lack of aeration, t' :
    Estate.
    V 1' Deed Under. Sections 574 and .> Real .g
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    these organisms cannot do their work. Suiniii r FertilizingFor ';1
    Notioelshereby given to all whom', It mad V/
    .of th General Statute
    Other organism/ that grow only 1ft an 575 $
    I3.\\!. Floyd; to Press Bulletin; No. 118: : _oem that on the 10th day of May, A. D. UOO.

    4, , Florida JSxpertiHenl/Station;; stmo.pber.tsckiog In oxygen develop, 1 Citrus Trees t of the State Florida: I will make application to the County Jndge olOeoaola
    causing harmful effects. But in the. NoUc ft harebjr given that J. A.. BUclrwaltpuroliaaef County for an order to Mil at private

    I '. ---:-" presence of an excess of 'air and plentVlof ye'r '. of Tax Oartlflcata No. .7S, No., sal the followfngdaorlb.d real eatale. bslonff4 t ting

    '*,W e may forget -, roots. breathe ': moisture the former organisms This "a ; important apollcatlbn a liberal supply 0" food 474 and No.478 dated the 8rd day of July, 1901, to the estate of Walter Bus, St., deoea>t, /j: > ;
    the : and ; 'time. Increases the Size of the. fruit and crlvCUlarll'8 bearing and of Tax. CarUfloat Ko. 14.dated tha GUt dar tying and being situate In Ute Cvwovti, (,Osos same as ao other parts of thppiantrtJ mayjuuijuply? ; '] acvso rapidly thatlarsse for the. next year's crop. You cannot afford to economize ( \?) ol Jul.,. A. D. 19W hat Bled laid c rttfloatla .. Ola and State of Florida, &0-",,:." Irr --. ti
    TbeJ"bbL.lo' genfromhe air ando quantities. of humus, mar be- ))1.fertilizer. Neither should you delay about>applring It.' Nature ,vmTofl>c*;. end has made appllcatlou ..for AU of Seatloa 91. Tp.35,*.of Range,ao ;11:., ly-1' 1,
    throw .off carbon dioxide (fan. The t transformed: Into.solubf[. forms, which for help tn May and this is the. time when fertilizer will do the '. tax. dead, to Issue aooordlnf to law. Ing north and east of the St. Cloud Xiffar Bell;: '

    t' .amount":pf ale that.4.* aval fable forthe may be washed awajr. ..This rapid : tobft'.mOIt. good Later- applications prolong the growth. nd Bali) (oertlBcaUi embrace the following ;d.- Railroad and the County-Road,,..contalnlof' 86 '
    transformation therefore the maturing of the fruit, tilts. making the crop late'and I acrlbed property situate In Oacaola county, acres more or Ie... ., i Y' IAn t
    of 'the ile.1Jl'Ind."rlooll&lIyu humus'
    use 1* known '
    ropti ; : asa'"bftrnioe sapping the vitality of the tree "Wo bay> Ff'ult'aod Vine'' formulas t Florida U>-wft i; persona havinji obJaoUonl to tba grantiniof .J
    Upon the condition
    ,spaces that occur between the soil\ par these |soluble forms of nitrogen. are our booklet, :'Good.Old Summer Time in the Orange Groves" 105 Runnymede Judge aforesaid on. or before said date. ',

    Jl tides are Oiled with air frow 'whl<:h the. likely to be leached from the, soil, )It is IUEAL FRUIT Y .. Tax. Certlfloate No. 471- 1t Lola I;2, $,,-(, t.1 HENRY t. BASS
    AND! VINE! MANURE t,7 and 8 of Block 100 Ruqnrmede. AMmlnULiator: of edits. of Walters '
    ublain their / These better that. .
    rpotSr uI //len. thexhold become available ,
    t SPECIAL FRUIT AND VINE MANURE! Tkx. Certlfloat No. .'1-\. Xjtrlp of laud lylni 111-I" Bail, St., D..e...... W
    spacesvarywith. the kindof roll add slowly A rapid transformation t PERUVIAN FRUIT AND! VINE! MANURE l at a- ,south of 1.0141. 2 and 8 ol Block 101. Runuymedai
    the Xrealmont it has'rl'C.'elved. In clay of the humus Is undesirable from and Notice. lor Application Sell-
    another t !I Beginning at Connecticut Avenue
    'W. & T.'S HIGH GRADE 1-RUIT AND !
    .
    't "soils iheso paces are very small, standpoint.:! In addition Its t run we.t 1083 fact to MaaiaehuaotU' A.,enue. Real Estate. ,

    l1 n'ce-"tImlIJr"11111i-comioltionll--the.! ) rtI1Ice-u-abenrleah: > -}foud-jcoo* rl uu parlocdi-agent-W-kTERS--GARSON-GROCERY-O( thence oa line of. Maslachusans.' Avenue to N.otlc I '4!h.r.by,irtv nth!tlonthe luJ., Ot_
    Lfclte BUBny ed
    7r.llorionrinr'6rti5tT'OfBlook
    ki route in clay soils arc nut lltcely to"bean siiluent".; humus Is :.very- -necessary to address i 109: thence ir to Connecticut, Avenue April, A.'D. 1WN. atloo'clock to"the"forenoon I .'
    "n.pplll'l4 the County Judge Oxxola .
    well IoIIl'"lIe'Itb air an are those the bent physical condition of the soil tbeno0*north to point of beginning. County
    JTlorida.. for an order to aell at private .... thafoDowlnc
    .
    S r {tn /sandy dolls, where the spaces .art It not only enables the soil "to Hold Wilson & ToomerOF fn! Jacksonville. Tax: Oertlfloata-. 14"-Bcjlnnlnr; ( ar the daaerlbed real _tate belonging ina'

    '" much larger moisture, but -It also acts at an ab- zer .. Florida / North we t corner of Seoliou In Township 211 EiLaU of C. H. Panntaln, -... to pay dabta" ';yrr, :
    result dorlicnt South of Range 81 it..l. ruD. aoutb 117\1\ feet of said sate,there paraonal *
    A most II1IJOI.tIWlL I / obtained for certain fertilizing elements being no property
    .out 600 feet, north 979 feet, wed out leet.
    Ilf-alnin/ Wr'YrriJrxlF'4r'@t'iy" r.w-1U aSF '4 'Vr'VnSprtQn9r'gny"YrrpVb1' to pay th'e same said preparty being deeorlbad-aa;
    thus
    from, plowing or / the ad. keeping them from leachIng Tbe said land being assessed at the dates of .
    follows.to wit:
    ] > the laiuance of said tax.cartlnoatea In tbe uam 'o W '
    that'o. ivway. The aouth half of Block Sixteen (16)) ( A.
    I ''In order to conserve tha humus In N N 1N1 t11N NNMN'NrvNfi N1 K N N/t of UD'kown.Uol""I..ld. Patrlok'a addition to the Town of KU lmro e n'

    with water. Nearly all of our farm soils than", are being "burDed'o"L/'thp. I certificates shall be redeemed according City lying and being altuate In the County of Oso.olaand )>
    to law, tax. deeil- will Issue tbereou on '
    crops, excepting rict-, would die in Nail must he treated so as lo reduce I I the 8tb day of Mar, A. D. 1909.Wlinem State of Florida. All/ penona having *
    School objeetiona to the granting of said order will file
    ,r such a soil|| for lack of oxygen for the the-auioun of air which entersf'lf this I SupplleAMD mj official ilnuaturo and seal this the the eama on or before said data or the aama will

    r root AH the wutt-r t lit' removed bv In due to constant cultivation, such as i i lOlb day of April. A. D, 19O9. be granted. prayed.. N. c. BRYAN.

    drainage, air comes In to occupy the Is sometimes practiced In orange (Seal) ARTHUR E. DONEOAN.Clert.tlruuU Adrninlatrator of 'the Batata Of C. H.fountain. '

    p... a nimces that were tilled with'water, and groves the practice: must be changed f TABLETS Court Oaceota County Plo'ilda. March $rd. IIOIJ.Notice. Dec aaecl.

    l the soil la improved Wauir paRSing huuius should; be
    > or supplied 16: the Notice through l\xf\ soil after a rain or after Boll to make uji the deficit. to Creditors. .
    Y- Deed Under Sections and
    irrigation' tenth \'onUllat.e.lhe. soil I'I dn L f EXAMINATION TABLETS' i 574 All persons;: having claims again' the testate '
    bv" putting tlw air In nll>tloll. This ac4 I Old papers l he purchased at Lhl.1011l..e 575 of the General Statuses of C. II. Founulitt neoeaied, lau of the countyof
    5 couDtI-for-.bme-uf tho-wdv-antncegvh; for: 2Oo perilOO, and there is!!-noth MADE ESPECIALLY FOROSCEOLA Oncoola and State of Florlda.wlll. Wenent the .,
    .7 of the State Flo'rida.Nlltloe
    | > to put (under malting.ROGERS' of "
    -
    HlSH lamelo nieTSRlMl1y! MwutedrwnHiS; th tlm. -
    SCHOOL.
    tamed from ruin. and irrigation. -- .___.________ : .
    I 0- = I I If heraby given that II. M. PTana and prescribed by law, or the game will be. forever
    #, Clay BO.IU should not IM> plowed LIVERWORT George T. Slnilctarjr purchaaera Tax e.rtlOcate barred, au while wet, 'al thin prvsHeH out the uir : TAR AND OANCHALAQUA No. 810 dated the Srd dar of July, A. D. will make linrpodlato lettlement with 1 lie ;un

    :i _. and leave the toll In u poorly' iterated'condition ;, for the nnmplnte cum ol Coughn. Onlda 1WI. and of Tax certlflcate No. SH.H.; dated the deralgned. N. C. DKYANAdmlalatratorof \
    Cultivation when the ,noli "'..b.... and Un..uihlll..ami-all I-uimooraplainta I 4th dar of NuveiatorA. D. 1"113 i and of Tax, the E.I. eofC.1tTouualuDocoteM.
    tending to .
    onnfluinptlitti. Liverwort. Tar .nl''lId Kissjmmec -
    certificate No. m\, the :
    E II in the right condition break the I \\ ( lii-rrv. have for ..1m.ulalned an 9 Company dated 6tb dar ofJulr, A.
    x, a I I pntabluihi-d retuilatloii a* n'aiuUrd roughramrty. I D. IHH'J!!I. and of Tax certificate N... :3X7.dated < _February: 'Ist. Mf! J. . .. _ \
    4 cakes or clods and allows Ihu air to It oontaiim 110 opium( or harmful the 4tb day of November 1H!%\, -- --
    I dna can l>e given with to children, I
    nafety .
    enter freely I'lowing ut the tia mad said rertldcatea lu my omre.I Notice of for Orderto
    same
    1'rlce.1.10) Sold I only by nooola I'harmaer. V WNKNKWNI f.M'bN K11 NNKKIM'aNWN11W"' 7aNaaeN Application

    it r depth year "fLt01'' produce u hardpan I. -- -.-=:.-.: :::.-.. ---- .. I and In ;accordance linn made application with law for.lax deed to Unite Sell Real Estate.:
    a I known us a 1')0".11.) 1 ThU Interferes I
    Notice of Application for Tax Deed ....., .. ,.,. Said certificate* cmbflfte the following Notice I.hereby riven that the '*'h day ofApril
    ,, > on
    t "\"\"\"\"\"\"\"\"\"\"\"\"\ "\"\"\"\ "\ '.
    : ; with the free piiHsntrv of roots, scribed property situated, lu I Qipgola caunti.... A. D. )J9//>'. at 10 o'clock In the forenoon
    "' moisture and air tn the subsoil. Yuryintf Under Sections $T4 and 575.. WHAT IT MEANS. Florida to-WllT- I will apply to the County Judge of '0""....

    d the plowing olt'l'lh.eal'h't'ILI' sill of the Ge'neral Statutes. r Tax rtifiate NO. :no.. n', of nw '. urctlon 1 CountyFlorida, for an order to Mill at privateHale
    i Mftnr IK."ipl iL t not know <, Unt u linl v '*UT.ital (' fur nr the dlft>r.ao be- wiuthip J6 lout h. meows JH uaMl. j
    the f.illowlnu described' real f
    : iire\tnt Ibis I cmiililion Nutli-o I It ficri'liy Klvon thi4- David : wcoii a bank of llltlu or u" ,-"llal l and ono will n 'large capital, orate belonging
    I u".1 Tax rortlilrate No. ::1.:1.: .e'', .t Mrl, tiftlon :n. to tho estate of George H. Ivey. dccnaifo." !. to pay '
    ,
    .. After ruins inirrlual i t 1 Ion suits| arc )mri-linH.r. nf Tux ortlflritiNo. S7'> dated. thv ,. r r A IIASK'S,; r AIM TATA N",;I" :- '
    have niiied. inl day of July A 1 I.>. ...", ha tiled\ hold "MIII. /r I. tht fuinl 1)1) .. 'prnl9 upl tt> u cruet Tills ,pre .. ter County of Oaceola and State or FlorId dearrilxM -
    pre"Prtbnt the li'po'iiortin c I'lii bun IIHM n
    ( HIi'Hltl my ttlMiM' !Jiui'l' IIHN tinlilf npplU'atlonI / ,
    ..
    tau "I.Idp, n sort h. range !'* caf-l.1'In ] aji follows tn-vvlt
    vents the free |>iihi>ulrl-.f uir', lulu I hi' I I Iln' tax '1..11" INNIII In luM'unlaiKM1 With |HV.H a l'a\UIII. goan! ( .. r -nrpluuti.l( of r awl. IMI< / I ccrtillrato No .1'7.,1. of 11\\ ', .qrll<>uli The .>uth two-flflhi{\ of loot Eighty (IHO of Lbenorl.l.
    Boll.Ve should, therefore, HUM n cultivator en1'1 .rrtnloste ,cnbrxce tI,. lullou III" .1.
    '' i 'toclholdr.' "KhlhlY( "yIaa1" Ice'i ' too 11.1111'2'| > south, range > CHHI.. \ .. lAnd and Improvemont C..'. addition to
    ci-nst.. 'I iil )n> ,t-rty sltuattxl In wuolrt. t\ntnty. ,
    to break" thii | i The aal In gaudy 1 snit I,. ,the snitces, \Ixlvtreiithu I I loriilu., t"-\\ itN'yof A total of ,. jn5pal i ali ) tiltl'lHnv.."l mill ccrtillCMli". nwiu-rtlt. I i-lj' h'the I pernon havlnic objection to thi grantingof
    ,;' I".*', of .r'', nel'1I11/l| / (J 'I 1 ou.oh'I'* i: >, TUI menudiet .r nmt I IOH $11 '/"Isla'( b.-forr our ilcpottltori could lua. aa ..14I..r
    soil particlcM bfinj large, tutu enters .lr'ullb..1;: rmiKO uifHfil.iThe ct'iit 1 1 hm rottrtiiiit. IM (for Vol. 's l T M. .Palmer EMnlo unkiiouu, I fiaiil onlpr will Mk the seine with the County
    UnLnouii rnkiioun
    iui<
    Judge on or before aaiii data.
    ( frtnily lender( ordinary conditions, . HMltl Un,U I"MIU im- ",,'>l at I 1I1l') .1"1.l ...I.h. I STATE BANK OF KISSIMMEE : L'nli'i.nal.l eertlneste..1aIIberc.l",-in,-. .icordliiK -. DEI.I.A IVEV

    I and constuin slirrliu of the hull niu) . 1"a..1 l Mich: ivrtlfli'Hti. in ihu .1>1'- : t"I IHW tux deed will I l__np llicroou on Admx. of Katatr iif G.... H. Iv.,..
    1111111'j
    ,
    t'uku.N j
    allow\ an o.xi-rssike' niiioiiiu of I air to nf r Kit, F..b..., .. the Ird day of.M.y. A l I !1...' lfc-ci-ase.1. -
    ll MMgi.: 0"A.
    [ L'ul..ald: CfrllHcMtv' shit \ v tftlvt'iiicHlitiM'orxluiK r \\Uiivui'' .,- .tTrlclal mgnaturc and teal Ibis March ', I'""'. '
    pass In.The I.. I.." Inx ilt-i-Ml will I....,* itt,'reoii r A. ('Ate-tifl ,,; '?''UN' M. LEE X. B CARSON : (r'HI tintilth dayof'lorch.. A I) '
    19119.
    soil Is inhnbliod ;it .. .I'renldr. \'... .l'rwd... .
    liy MIICI-O-OI-- onitio l isiii tiny )111) A. I> )01.1 r. / nt ul Caller i ARTlICR.E. l'ONEI.A1.l HEALTH ANDIVITALITYMOTTS.

    Irll.nlalU8 whore work is lo break dounhuiuuk I \ IIn.... 111> ortlt ml MiyuHture mid f>CHI tide I." ..........,.." ...........,..............,....,...............,.! Clerk: f In-uil ourt OwwalH C.-unly. Kli' >rl or tiller\ ortrunlcWonipouiuls Ih.'J4th dot ti..I A,.nl. A. I 1). IW... By. II. HL'LLOCK I 1) cOld The IIr..lmu and lousy rr.l.IU'KIlor men
    AUTIint F.. OONKoAN. and uoini-il., pr.d. ueoa ulrciiulli gad vitality.tuUldM .
    ".\ Tlie nitrogen of I ho so ,Huhsiaiuvs Ilinall.r i.iS I. (-. nl dork. l'11'<'1I1t ('''ltll. O.reiU papers\ for sale at this' office for U I'n.isle."-ul nnd ritui'wii tho normalviiror
    We do-nothing but the best Job Printitig hy (Oore..l" .riiHrmacy or b.,
    : '. changed (lute u nitrate, in hich t ""111):. Klorlfln.U 20 per KM 1. mall rl l "OI' >IT l>1"x. (1 brut a fur e' o/>.

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    d f' .Aoft, >1tl :;::rA oft. gel'' ails.t\o ..... area .eta J1..1 .14__,...._aJfa ,.Itex assess" wr'1J'' \.'-' "i'u'-Y'y'Y'V"o'iF'Vr'4' _ rP"V '%F_a- # R

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    ;T.. j GROCERIES I C. W. Griffin, . AGENT A. LOLL FOR, Proprietor.. ,,


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    .fa le ul quartered oak highly polUltrd beautiful golden
    *if-vfir n *'..>.r"v. *V<'VL'V'* y' .**:****Jix'WJVJrJgjgjv' y "s color> Kuiltoaaed cobbler cat. llaodnorae In appearance ? \ / ,. . .11
    "- wok-.ry-.teo. H<-taIM.ttt... Coro. for M MX>,- j -" -'- -- -'-- -
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    buena account of our great manufacturingfacilltleawe
    . aell\it to you for$ . Tblaahowa you what you can aave j
    bv buying; direct from the factory that ronkre nothing but I
    chaira. We. make. and aell chain right here' In the. trot Ii Atlantic Coast Line !
    NSU1NY lowret liiiliaaH pricca, which meana a aavlntf k kI
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    afford not la send for our free illustrated catalogue today. '
    and take advantage of the big aavlnga ? ,' ROUTE oF' Till CELEBRATED, *'
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    the beat are ahown athe ...... lllw>traitcel eaiale..wetgteialQtWM.ge "Florida and
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    ', We will have ready for next Fall and Winter planting a general HIGH GRADE VEHICLES MADE TO ORDER'f
    i assortment of Orange and Grapefruit Trees of all leading varleklea. 22. OCEAN ST . . . . JACKSONVILLE,' FLA.
    3-1 Our trees are budded on good healthy rough. Lemon and AT REASONABLE PRICES '

    _.. Mk Sour-Orange roots, guaranteed free from Insects peu of any kind.. Portable and Statictnarr Kegine. '''., ,
    All budded from bearing trees In our groves and-therefore true to Saw Mlll,.i rVoOd-i orkinjr Maa.hla- v. rj v ? JBlacksmithtig

    9 .; _. name. Our facilities for growing nursery Mock are second to ery, Shingle Mill, Lath. Mills and .
    vt none and our trees are as fine as money add; twenty year's xper-! general line of iupolles. Completeline Horseshoelngmnd Repair Worklofi.
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    famous California Valencia Late which Is destined to become the .hipmeot. Sold on easy terms. All KindsDone I'I
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    from the best bearing tree In the district. now famous for product - It will pay you to"coOlu1& us before J

    I'( .5t... dig th*beat'Valencia In California. buTlniT'- Postal will bring our sales

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