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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 30, 1909
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00383
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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It'. ," .:1. BIG: LAND SALE MADE I x.. Old Soldier Colony Heartily Endorsed.* .n : GREAT ENTHUSIASM f *. 1 r OO .

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' '. '32,600 Acres of Land in Osceola __________ Displayed' at Board' TradeJeleetlog < S .. ,..; ;

? 'f t County Sold ,to Messrs.,Cran- .. ..' Monday Night Over Kis- 'or '
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That the eyes of thousands In the . Editor:--VallejrOazeite Kiwimmee'Florida.. Although the Village Improvement S '. ')0' .

north and west are tunned toward' Society was the of a perform; , ,
Having through your kindness and the patron
co rtesy.of Mr. S.
this county as the place offering greater ance at theOpera House Monday night ,. .. ,
--; "Inducements K>hotneBeeken-than-: : which a large number of members oIthe S-" ---- -- n.g. : : o ;/.

any other section,, at Florida, It evidenced Board of Trade attended, still .' -
by the hundred of Inquiries been shoW the outlook: for a home in the beautiful and fer- there was a rood working majority .

: : received'weekly regardlngour climate, 'present when V loe-Pres IdenUSlanford.cailed :' ,
'J);.' the character of the soil and' Iti,probable tile Kissimmee valley-- I recently-.toot" .an expert 4and ._ 'the"meeUng vo order, President < : '

cost, and the general tone of .our Willson being unavoidably absent on ', .
viewer-Mr. Sam C. Boots of'Onaway
Michigan--and together
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peoole. account of important business, \ Goods
Last week: there was p tract of land we made a thorough investigation of the 55,000 Mr. A. E. Donegan chairman of the .
comprising 32,000 acres in the famous committee on advertising, reportedthat I

Kisslmmee valley purchased by ac'res dvertised in the GAZETTE And by your"enterprlsina"B'oard' his committee had ordered printed s* ,
Messrs, Cranford'and Wilson well
.J. several thousand bulletins of the _
f known capitalists, and this following ,' of Trade. I have every confidence that the representations articles that appeared In the Valley
so closely upon the locating of the old I" / to
Gazette of the 16th lost descriptive of
'. Soldiers' Colony near -this city has made are correct, and I w uld heartily endorse",....the the Old Soldier Colony located near ,

t attracted the attention of hpmeieekers same, and advise all comrades and veterans to take advantage this city, and that the same were being I ARRIVING DAILY -' #'
in every state In the union, and it will : . \ mailed tq places throughout the north
} not be many month. before the thousands of this of ... .
opportunity a lifetlm, to so cheaply and,easily and west '
of acres of fertile land In this I Mr. H. C. Stanford, for the special 8 .. ,_ '. .

v" county heretofore have only known secure delightftil.and. profitable home, in a summer-land committee appointed to experiment AT -
'the range cow, and the sheep will be "
the growing of cotton stated that be
made to yield their full quota of fruits that is a bower of beauty. ; ,
was In receipt of", two sacks of seed
and vegetables. ; which he would distribute among those i-
Speakfng: of the Bale of the 32,600 ROBT. P. GIBBS, who desired to aid In demonstrating KA1-2'Si

-the"Trmtla-Unloo-lIald---acre. to M llOra. danford! and Wilson-- _, -- - -__:: - JLataaf: Co. .C.. J..r6-0.-Y-t.- -the pracUoalll1tl:!| of"' _growing,-the.-sta-. ,
" pie In th1l8 otloD. z-
i "One of the largest real estate transactions I .Mr. Stanford also reported-on behalf -

, to occur In Florida In recent of the finance committee, that ZZ.
years was brought to a final termination -, since the last meeting he had collectedthe 1. "
yesterday' when a deal Involving I $37 of the advertising
sum of for use 0

thousands of acres' of land exchanged BIG CROP OF ORANGESLargest GOOD ARTKIAN WATER committee, and that the same "had .,
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hands abd the deeds to the property
been turned over to the treasurer. MI 1 p
are now being recorded in the names As chairman of the commit -c '4 4f
of the new owners, Yield Ever Kown is Expected Is the Verdict of,State Chemist Rose tee to urge upon the County.Commissioners 7 v'

, "The property in question is locatedin ,.
the necessity of building hard ,
Osceola county and comprises in Florida the Coming Season. theater From. ,Our Wells. road roads throughout the county, the J
32,600 acres and was sold for
: that the &
From section of this It has always been the belief of same reported
spot cash at a figure very close to the every county our Commissioners bad closed the deal for,
910<>,0<)0 mark to the well known capitalists. comes the report that next season thelarlle.t people that the artesian waters underlying -
of the marl land owned
of will be gathered this section contained medicinal seven acres ,- .
Messrs oranges ---
J. A. Cranford of crop -- -------
by Mr. Gordon and lying near Lough- 1
In the h'story of that fruit's culture qualities and were exceptionally
Jacksonville and Thomas Wilson of .
and that the Atlantic Coast LineWPS C.C. ,
man : imowK Manafer I
in Florida. The rains healthy to drink and to this k
came exactly -
Sumter, S. C The sale was consummated prove
sidetrack In for the wt8.
having a put . IIAIWII.I
through Mr. George F, Bensel in the proper time to bring out a theory Mr S. U. Cull sent a sampleof SPECIALTIES Seo'j
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of facilitating
.;' the enterprisln arid energetic manager full bloom and continued at Intervals the water Honing from the well on I purpose this : transportation ORANO8 GROV'JII;S; S,
of the Southern States Land and until the blooms had fully set and matured his truck garden In North Kissimraee to to city '
?< motion made by Mr.. S. J. BRown &
r Timber Company of this city, who into fruit Chemist Hose for analysis, and COLONY TRACTS. HHRWELL
the committee on municipal .
'b.", served in the capacity of authorized There was shipped from this pointthe Is In receipt! of the following letter i, Triplett, ,
instructed to SUMMER RESORTS
improvements was appear TIMBER LANDS
something like which fully terillos our oonten I
agent for. the Empire Land Companyof past season one before the next meeting of the
hundred and fifty thousand boxes, and tlon that the water obtained from
Philadelphia who owned the prop our REAL ESTATE BROKERS IMPROVED FA RMS
city council and uagethat body to. calla TRUCK FARMS
from conservative! estimates there will artesian wells is pure and healthful i .
election for the of
erty.Cons during the property, which Is I be sent out from this place the coming acts as a preventive of disease, and leone special purpose KISSIMMEE.'' FLA. SSt''
bonding the city to install a system ofwaleI' m mmmm
densely tIlled with valuable virgin tim- winter fullv three hui.dred thousand of the main sources of making thrs I
boxes, and much better the healthiest city In the United 'blates. I IMr works
ber and the rich, fertile soil the price as are Mr. also moved that committee ''
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expected to be obtained for F'orlda" Hose's letter follows: YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITEDIf
paid for it Is regarded as a bargain |I of three be appointed to draft w
all of which attests the far-sightedness oranges in,the future than have pre- Tallahassee Tla., April 8, 09. suitable' of

1 and business Integrity of the new-own- vailed the )past few yearn. business In Mr. S. H Cull. Kissimmee, Fla. 'I the action resolutions of the County; commendatory Commissioners You Wish to Buy or ,Sell, Come to See Us*

I 0 ers, 'who apprcotate thueal estate All lines In this coinmunitty will takeon Dear Sir-We have. analyzed the In deciding to build a hard road .

nines of Florida, which are on a a life never before experienced.Not sample of water sent by you with the'' through this county from the Polk to ,
steady upward Incline only is the yield of oranges ex- following results: Total solids per the line before they begin -
'"I'he vast urea of public land that pected to >he large, but growers slate hundred thousand parts 10.7 parts Orange the. construction county of roads .elsewhere -

could be pOr to remunerative use In that all classes of fruit are doing well) These mineral solids are composed of which motion was unanimously THE OPPORTUNITY

Ifloildd is just becoming known to the and show evidence of. immense crops, calcium carbonate (lime). sodium passed, and Messrs. Stanford, Trip- .
outside world, and the ever'ahart capitalists and especially is this the case with chloride sail), magnesium sulphate lett and Simpson were' appointed as ,
of, the Northand West aregrasping guavas, the bushes ot which are already (epsom salts), and silica (sand! ), witha such ... .1
opportunity the forelock filled with that, delicious fruit. trace of organic matter committee.
A general discussion> was indulged pf a. Lifetime to' Procure a
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!fn Florida land. Every condition uointsto This is
and investing I Investments amostpro- a very good artesian. water. In those present relative to Kisslm-
in farm land are extending rapidly fituble. year fbr uur glowers of fruits Verv truly i
mee's ana Osceola cbunty's ,
- future
_ classes, and vegetables and with that fact H. E. Hosts
among:: State Chemist. |
I and each expressed the belief thatit
r baud that can be bought! for $2 to $5 coupled with the location of tbe OldSoldiers' Per B. U. BKIDOES one ;

: per acre will produce as much meat on CplQny near this citv and :.... I Ii was exceptionally short time bright this and wouldhave4Uble that Home in Sunny Florida
within city '
the block as the Northern lands that the opening UP for cultivation of hun .

bring $;() to $100 per'acre. This, however dreds of acres that have, heretoforebeen i TWO THOUSAND SETTLERS The Next meeting Its present of population the Board of .' ,
' will be the used exclusively for the grazing .
not long case. 9
be held night
l Trade will on Monday ,
of stock there Is N'4" ,
"Prices of Florida land will rise to nothing to prevent ,
\ their proper level as soon as this both Kissimmee and Osceola countv Will Locate ,on Old Soldiers' tolori!! [r May 10th,at,7.30 o'clock. . '" .. -- ..,...

, branch of business reaches its Inevitable doubling their population within the : "l'
, Within the ; : Notes from Whlttier.
development. As yet the oppor. next twelve months EASY :TERMS b

tunity Is open to all who come, Lands This week\ an Important land deal 'Whittle? still exists, Palmetto Avenue1 '" .

i _, that are being denuded of their heavy GOOD SQUASH YIELD-' -was- made in KissUnmee, by which. the I is* blooming. -'. .'. " '. : ; : ,:, : ,,, :"
, resorted
timber by lumber and tUrl> bead Seminole Land and Investment Co:; of BrOadway has been by .
" ations( are still abundant and to --- Washington D. C. purchased-35.XX: () Hunter's.Paradise eiclrmishers; the -

'at a mere sung Purchased in large Mr. G. B. Woodall Splendid acres of land in the Kissimmee valley I I Belle of WhIttier has deserted that lo- '8 7 0. 6 4''''' 3 2 1 4i
Males I .
tracts, they) will maintain the cuttlejon -that includes the St. Cloud plantation -I cality, and until some worthy with all .
the natural jjraKsen, while a small portion Crop on New Land. made famous In the Disston day the necessary attachments! invade, her \
will the forage for serene h&pplness will view from the
grow necessary The tract lies six miles east of Kis- .
for maket. the outside the inner of the most .e r.
finishing precisely as struggle ,
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Kisslmmee. April 22, 1 M)9. Immee In what Is known as the Kissimmee -
and thu cornfields of the \\ noted Miss "A" the
range est basin artesian retreat, la. next
Editor having
Valley-Gazette.: artesian, water
i. are combined for the same purpose. Herewith I hand you a statemenj.ofmv found fn depths of 100 to 130 feet, most important and not quite so fleet- i
"But one thousand dollars will' go footed a dear as our "B." She has
while the ordinary wells
strike it from
squash patch, which I think;, compares "
.I farther in Florida in making: a start very favorablf with the garden ,I'I 15 to 20 feet. [ recently been captured will young 0"'and

than ten thousand dollars will go in in other portions of the state: A town Rite named St. Cloud has been anotber, attempt be made to .
: ''the West It Is admitted that it Is only 'theOne plus One equals nothing. ,
On the 16th of ,January I planted located on the old St. Cloud plantationand prove .
- by the.few that the "lorllja.oppor- :30! (}hills and lrom.-M'cb 20th to April lots are or will.hol'tly be on sal*.*, The Real Estate Agency' business IsprogresslveTseTeral ..rE
$ tunity has beau pushed to.its natural 21st, I sold in the local market 23.30 The land was purchased for the purI '' lots or parcels of -
limit only a fraction of the farming of old nroperty changing bands, the most i
and locating of
worth, shipped twentv-siz crates, I pose a colony soldiers -
e community has reaped all the benefits notable of which was a mill, '.
which netted me 91.00 crate!, making -' who can no longer stand the sugar
per ; i 9 10 11 ,12 J.3 .U 1 141
in riches offered to all. But they have 1 bought on-...hog speculation.We 7i
" the total amount sold S49 30. 1 rigors! of northern climates. and seeka : I Jf
proved that all might do It, that right have fraijjevsral coarse rains *i
l 1 think the amount gathered represents mild and balmy temperature In whichto 0'
. ., here In this great state every farmer about one-half of wbat mv patch will/ spend the remnant of their days. I during the past week which Increase ', ,
I and settler may live a comfortable life yield 1 Tte land is cut up into 5-acre tracts crop prospects, Grass Is in fine con \/ ,
and achieve a certain competence and includes 251100 dition. Naught can exceed the farmer '
Considering the unfavorable conditions I a town site lots ,,
j ,"The resources of this state are being like interest our Democratic rooster ,
during the month of February, I for the small sum of 100; which seems '
t widely advertised, thousands of dollars; and the fact that the was plant* reasonable that no doubt sales will is assuming over his'personal crop 24 23 22 20 .,19 18. 7

i being expended annually forJ this pur- d In-ground never before!. -cultivated', 1.0 rapid. The Osceola' County folks of the wiggle tail variety. The wandering - .... .
with result that disturbs his mid .
the subsequent preacher not ,
I believe mv 300 hills will net as much are feeling' very; jubilant over .
settlers are arriving daily to cast their money as could have been made on ;I poet of the great benefit night musings, and\ his rapidly increasingDrogeny ul, '!
fortunes with the Treat natural advantages similar ground anywhere. (r mpvement will be. They tbepro..1 has a sufficiency of

that Florida affords, The new- Respectfully, I an addition of at least 2,000 .. the 6rld's supplies to provide forfuture ,
t ly arrived settler aDds that during ten emergencies .* i
; G. B. WOODALL tlers on the St. Cloud plantation within -
months of the year he can plantfor his j j the year,-Arcadia Champion. II Our people and their cares and ,anx a
own.use crops which will mature with- ieties consume the most of 0 IC's time ," f
J ''ip! 'sixty days He will need but few Mrs.Katz At Home. 1 i at present. Pressing business may "
And simple implements for the cultivation Exceeds 200,000 MarK. cause him remain In retirement until ,

l of his lands."Be Mrs M. Katz. : entertained Wednesday One of the principal court, as the present shows no .. y
/ i can surround his home with or- at a beautiful afternoon retention when Miss surprises occurred abatement of Important matters to be I'-
: f chard and groves and vineyards at' her home on Main street, which was Bryan yesterday. Mary E. disposed of. Deer and turkey are trying .
cast over 89.000( votes and .
: wblch will in a few years be the source one of the most delightful In affairs of Us jumped beyond the 200,000 mark, takbig their best to, run our people down. 23 26 27 28 "29. 30. ,31 32' )
kind ever given. this olt,. The
The law of extends Its
of permanent wealth. He will be trueAlike the leadin the entire state Miss protection arms "
from the chilling rooms: were prettily decorated with. around the only, without giving
snows, the game
Bryan is not onlv of the 'J' itNO'T.
.. fragrant cut flowers, palms and fern.. I one mOltpopul.r .
blasting drouths and the roasting heat the white man any chance. If the deer ....
ladles in Ute .
of other latitudes. He will find him Mrs. Katz received her guests wearinga also one of young the most enthusiastic cltv contest but kills the man, it's all right, but if the .-r. freed harcI reed ram eo aU tow olds ot,this pi'.9erty. ,I "'f,"

self in the golden mean, where the lovely plum-colored satin and was man kills the deer, there's .trouble. 4

least expenditure.of energy produces who assisted was handsome by Mrs. J.In M.white Willson voile, Jr.and, ': Mary workers Is a valuable in the entire employe state in the Miss circuit Well, our boys 'are- not the most fleet The above-diagram:represents -thlrfyjtwo flvo4it--;"
of when these enemies behind
the greatest results, wire the taxing mussellne silk. court's office, where she has been foot are tracts the land Is and and well] time '"
acre high
extremes are unknown, and where the i for the Past five Miss Brvan and when it comes to the self defense ; dry 1-

even maintained tenor with of life the and least progress toll and un are Tbe the special fine feature musical of ptogram the afternoonwas both i,| her has life been, and a resident 1s a daughter years.of Tampa of most J.of I I theory We have, they plenty maintain-their to at all bared;' it is located one mile from Runnymede Hotel' '

rendered vocal and by instrumental Kisslmmee's, which talented was I W Bryan the venerable veteran Capt.who' times, and the merry-go-round con two. miles from the lands of the Old Soldiers Colony 0 ;
I tinues. Eat, drink; and a happy everyday
iOtSOLDIERS"ANXIOUS musicians. Those assisting in the I'' served and considered faithfully one during of themostefflclent the Civil war, j' Is our motto. Would tell more I and is of that' character of soil best adapted to the- :r'

program were Mrs. W. J. Sears, Mrs... but have been Invited to stop and take
S. H. Bullock, Mrs J. W. Prentls, ; officers of the Confederacy. Miss a little refreshment. cultivation of 'fruits and vegetables.. There is' ex--: ;
to Get Possession of Their Misses Aultman, Parker, Mary Carson I Mary comes Into contact with hundreds O. I. C.
ProperI I and Berta Bryan Miss Means' recitation ', of people In connection with I cell nt boating'nd I fishing, being located I In a network -'Jj
in the New Colony.L her office and by her ple..IDjLm.aner /
ty IJ. i was also greatly enjoyed.. Delicious -'I I Circuit Court..1ud&,8 .
of beautiful lakes. flnesfln
'' and accommodating wave has won the The climate is the
'I salted .
punch, cake alpaonds
The.Valley Gazette is in receipt of a' Minor, S. Jose and State I
devotion and esteem of all with whom
\ large number of Inquiries from old 1 and bon Carson bons were and. served by Misses she has associated, .beloved by her Attorney John Jones; arrived Monday the United States, both wlnter-ii'mfsullime"i and the'r:
soldiers in every portion of the Union Moon, Bryan I fellow employes and night and opened the spring term
who have purchased lands in the St. 1 II Miss U-van: la In The many Times'patrons' $. ,OOO of circuit court Tuesday morning locality is totally free from mosquitoes. ;is convenient o:
1\i\ Cloud colony, and are anxious to While in town this week Mr. L. P. of .W C. ,!"
..! : contest to win first prize, and is being The damage suit Bass vs. to market. learn aom.tbing-of this section In Hughey made this office an appreciatedcall : firmly backed by her many friends. the A. C. L. RY., is the only case so \ / 'x.i
order to answer the and various and himself highly 1' In '
many expressed as Tampa Dally Times far disposed of. This is a case
questions asked by them, Individually, pleased with the evidences of progress 1 The young lady mentioned above -is which Mr. Ba..ued the railroad com- For ,further information regarding this property, N;:

4 would necessitate the employment of a and prosperity which he found on)! a sister of Mrs. O. H. Morrison of pan, for $1,905 '; alleging that the muck: "*
.;:t stenographer, which our business Justat I every hand, in Kisslmmee Mr.. this city .and In his pasture was set on fire by i I write to or call on
present does not justify. Many oft Hughey keeps himself posted on local a spark from one of the company's'engine ',

: them, however, are subscribing for the matters by reading the Valley Gazette I Mrs John who has been visiting and that he.was damaged the'I.
I paper, and we will endeavor from and was kind enough! to say that be & Mrs W\tars:; ., loft Saturday above amount. The jury brought in a i
I,4 time to time to secure and publish such believed the present favorable conditions I for Jacksonville where she will visit verdict in favor of the plaintiff andi' W. S. ALYEA KISSIMMEE"FLA.i

.. Information as we deem will be of dost. here were largely due to the j I for a few data before returning, to her fixed bib damage at 11,275. The grand I' ,
7,.: Interest, and- value to them. -- : -- -- efforts of this, paper. horns In Atlanta. jury Is still la session. 0 .
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; : l . MESSAGE-TO THE-U.DC.; ; 'nO ;,. ;*" "" TAYLOR PARDONED -G.iiersl.According NO. .
; ii'Di.ed .
; AIi.rrI.t Patten. H .fAll .. Scott Mad. Present and' Ml*. well-
.to the opinion of
HI. LaVge Holdingi., -
:, J Tulloch Vice Preeldeat General.. .
: )1| IUalizng! Hopelesanes. of'-'S t\la., ."Chicago' 111. -Tbat James A. Pat P.e ident .General Stone Send' Washington, ,D. C.-After' twenty, ,Ex-Ceor"oE: Kentucky Held posted: farmer the' Mississippi and cqtton cotton men.- practically .
teu hahe-d. turoXigbout tbe country at al cro '4'
'awl Turkish Rukr1uds.I l > the 'wheat king" 'has* withdrawn Out Address. ,01.. hours devoted to counting and;:.. ret BlameleM.of Goebel Murder. 'has planted. There Is .
counting tbe ballot tj.'C8sttbe Daughters .. teed this year, all the mill )holdUg k .
from tile .:market ,after disposing of t .of .the American' Revolution ackgood\suppl1ei. -.f.. ..--- .

_. YOUNG TURKSTN' CONTROLfTkowteB his ]heavy: .holdings of:' May ;and: July'wheat Attention of All Daughter* of .the Confederacy . found the honor..of,.-lti. biennial. lee. IIENRYYOUTSEY'ThJIIEFERPsrdons : I 11 la 'reported that"Great"Britain,

___ ._.' ';_ .. I 1 Is-ajterUid- _- _iu- .: mauy. . ., quartershere. '., ' -ft Called to ,the Pro. tlon "" A administration and the anti-ad 'State, owjng) to the .refusal i of
To this assertion was.- added the : jectl In Mend.An .. ministration' forces.. The."big fight of I Indict. COlgO to'communicate the reform ,*'
l .. 4u4a ..
wan won the adminJst
congress by
she boa
:" Massacred By Murderous Moslems. : cents during the lastweek and that 10 lire Daughters of the. ration in ,the election of' Mrs. Mat- meat Ekcept-Thoee Who TurnedState's decided on Engiand
$ ..... -' ..l-jJ.\\.Uen&lliwI&1t' lias sought ;'est'In address ; ;-itsffw-T! ;3cott-of;lllInolsT to be'-pre.; At the .banquetitbe Now
:c ?-;: -Constantinople I* Quletr"AConstanUnole Ttiiti' labluesses e>ta New; Mexico mfederacy has just" been, isued'iythe ident second Evidence. ;! Dry in Boston.
office in
_' : : ranch. president' general, and this will Ransdell said
honor that \18. Congroasman
of of vice
; pain ,
( :) :' Turkey.=-Tbo YT) '"v \Vuetter h.e has ciliftinated himself be read wIth Interest JJJ' the 'Daughters general} In charge of organizations president Frankfort., Ky.-'Go>e'rnor' Wilson the gover mlnt spend $OO.O-

4 t ,: du', garrison surrendered to; lag ecu-i mim tho so-called '<'deal' '' and. .If so, Vherevei'': they nJay _be. The address however Went to the anti-admluBltra-, bas cleared the Kentucky court records ' 000,000on the waterways .of tie c '.-

BtlUilionallsl forces Tile conun .|, whether. he came out with piolit or Is as follows: *tlon followers by the election of Mrs. of all charges growing out of the.. try to' 'make them navigable.

'era' of thesobattailous, began semi- loss, ojre questions which/ can be answered To the United Daughter of theConfederacy :Miranda; 13 Tulloch of this city. j uider* lu January," ;J9CO\ of Senator Editor Maimllllon .Hardln of Berlin <

'lag In their subuiUblr/on to .Muhmoudb'ohefket buty by .!In, Patton hiinaelf.rrcia : Again ycjur president With a majority over Mrs. William William Goebel who was declared to Germany, was lined $160( for libeling.
nearly every point caixie reports sends gi'eel lug) to /you vH'1' "U rood! CUlIlmlng .8toTY of New York Count Von tormer governor .
pasha and the whole of thefoopd I ol' nbiiu'al better* .thnt the spring Ime has of onlyel have beVu<<: elected governor, except Mo\tke\
gave their und even, ht_ votes out of J87:?_ ballots cast.Mrs. .. ... :"tiokw .. jBSnexaL L.n JlPwsjJiuuu.? -
The pulaco . ,, hanging ov p tilaUt's -
r \ protecting crop: iroa2ect.Liv crjuolpi Ices. hrnuglil:) i>n...hmlth .ppLoe &jmd "ScotTs -- tlIJj' .
: \Iclofy down '
formal and unconditional aurrendeiMiacl '. r weiej dowu...amLlhe shipments from harmony of action: and ertdcavor, goes on in the Alleged '. Loaves of Island
.v4J: Bey. who t if called Uie hero t''Argentina, AustraliiKanu other foreign with "-e hopeful resuicctlon 8Mon the records of the society as one of granting paidons before trial, to must weigh exactly two pounds, and i
tbe most contested In
closely the his
1 of Wie Juiy revolution U now In com countries. wove bind to bu greater that iittlure teaches, that If fn'Jtlon' former Ooveinor \\'. S. Taylor at4 the price must be fixed at so much
I maud of the garrison than usual at this uiiuxof the 'yearhile shall rtume ..10all later I this Is '{lie tory of the organization.: former secretary of Stale: Charles per pound according to an act Intro

4 t Sultan Abdul lianiid has boon l\r' I \\: Mr Patten. quoiedxas saying season of laboi Therefore, It bf- I FILIPINO WFT FOR PREIIIENT: TAFT. Finley, who have been fugitives In duced in the legislature. of that state. .

,,3 'mltlod ip reriiaiu, within the :Willis ofthe be vv'us' "tli'etny", lrum ii.-poi.UNB was ConIes my duly to ui'KO von to sum-,'>. the Ute of Indiana for nine years; E. II. Harriman will make 1 sum-

Yllellz Klobk, wneie in couiuany making foi the ranch ot tils trlcnd mall your forces for( the vvoik that Is barge Suit Case Made of 126 Differ.i' to John Powers, brother of Caleb mer trip to Europe for an Indefinite'
with his min ibter be waited tor the and partner, \\', 11': Ijartlett Just overtime before us, If I the oljj-<.IM. of our uigunUatlon Kinds 'of Wood. Powers, who Is believed to b.e In Honduras ,tiiy, on account of his health He
. outcoiue of the .struggle between his Colorado( Hue In ."-'ew Mexico ,dejcclioii shall be fulfilled "N ent ; to Holland \\bltlaker of Uut- will sai about the middle of )utie.
Washington, D. C,-Tho president '
I loyal troops and the aiiny of ttivebtm was Pictured, ou the lace of The <'gnimliu-eh thofienerhl as ) refcelved' from ler 'county-- Joan Davis of Louisville Tho Pacific Northwestern states

nt, each hour ,bringing him Kurd of many' a small Mi'culiilorJUauuiing the sociation' U. li\ f.. haVe formulated -the as Pbillplpnes a In"unique the'fbtm present of a large and Zach Steele of Bell county, 'under ' are sending flour to the easte-rn mar- f

iiIi a fresh dlbasltr U ny'our suit case, which was used by John( SHold Indictment, and who did not flee. k<-t*;, a situation almost UI11'ccedfnt-
since victory rested with Ill<. constitutionalists i .\ a bridle has been wiped out 'ooIIPrl1l1on The chairman of com- collector of Internal the Mate cd. '
thai ttte nultuu htasoU,.by the decline aud hiany a man wuohadii mitten on edUCllloo.IJ, : ,s Mary UPopenhelm. In revenue Those over whom Indictments ore; arrested a
bringing \\ashlngton cornmerclal The Paris police have
gave orders to his men not to lesslut ImudbomxpiulK, on paper, out ( Charleston has ably out and Individual statistics for use left hanging are barton Golden of Chinese student on the French crul.ur .-
Whether not this to true It can Hill fur this In Knox COUIII In Colorado Frank '
or hung on 1U01' now con- lined work most comprehensive ) iiovv ;
In considering Philippine tariff legislation. Bornin on the charge of stealing t
be safely said of the troops< wlllnu runts a uelielt. hIde ttiux iiany bU<'U.I foim: And It Is requested that The frame is of mahogany Cecil of Dull county, now a railroad secret documents relating to naval

I the capital that they' put up a btub I "l"h"Idl' publkH. givcn\tbu juiaikel slate preside, 'nts and chapter presidents blocks of native wood-about one detective In St Louis and \\'illnmH defense. He says he took the paper
born'resistance at all points, und the brought Into t a luan wOo .where Culton of Owsley said to
(" niauy In 8tntes no division! exists and the front la made of small Inlaid county, to serve China and that he did not
looses on both .Ides are exceedingly I uldilialily '"s Ilk' 0 Iu hundred and twlnty dlffeient speciineIit Intend to sell the in. .
I heavy for. the length of limo tile engagement K.ven the rc-jsulai i, tui the most education to carry out her plan the agu
pollbhed bearing "
L f was In progress.A . pint followed the bull J leader with Ott- State division' presidents will give initials, highly..vcii., T," apd In native gold The cases, with the pcraslble exceptton James. A Pat erf l'OUIWIUldep.ln.chle usual enlhustdmu, and baw nothing and aid the work of Cecil. will be- dismissed leavThi !r.f Chicago btidde-nly, Time t'xplanalon .
;li report support to ot1ra.: nd..U1" 1I>1IInl....._ ".l>_. 1.::' 'ML natlv;. -
13- tdLt.he.nntlIU"h.iutl.4t1 .. . .r. III.a.uo.;ri41tt41'414eIa4leu54eelnes but J. Enders' Itobinotj; hlsTnrlBTr'jrcTlertiT"U mother of I'arl Henry E Youtkey. now serving a given at his office was that 1&-

Lhorlty tor baying that U'e ->ultan will! lluuMr! Patten' .su ehai acu:HieO I), C". for without! such support chic Tbe ba'k and steles- arc composed of I 11Iu 6"1,1 ellce In the state peQllcntlnry gone to look over the wheat situation -

irl be dealt with l by tue parliament, unu ItIud his word was act'(-pled. 1 bey cannot txecutp the excellent plan proposed caribou hldex and the handle Is- aPiece tbe only per no u to suffer for the .taking In the .U and southwest.Repcirtb .
I that there will be an auc-Uijuaii! \ inQUiry "- held to the limit of Ibili' rubourceo for the advancement of this of Manila hemp with the In oft of CioebelHrlteiatliiK that (fatten Ill were denied -

1 4'' ,I, into the hovereisu b all"jcOCOWllllcilY and were' wiped on tie "11t'culatheBlale deplll't menl. State and chapter registrars tcrlption "TuftPajue Philippine tarIff the belief he expiessedsornu abbolutelyCollniii ':

In tlie teceui mutiny when their maiglns became ex.hausted. i are asked to respond PrOmPtlY In gold letters. The gold was months ago, w'hep be gi'anted, the bg| volcano In Mexico
lielrul, Turkey'.-The situation In and theie wut uo lotmer a rc.berve .. TO the lequeft of :Mrs James BrUtonGantt. mined In Kenguet, and the pearl In 1 pal dons to Caleb Powers and JamesU U again In suite eruption and- terror -

Asiatic turkey-1 one of e-xtre-me. ; to draw oh. rppl l..t trar K<,n'rnl. t" 1 n. C ior Jolo HowKll. that no one bu Yuut-'ev has spieud among I tli<* people.

gravity How wan, )' thousands have They would bare liked very mucn data and records of their offices, The materials were contributed by i had part In the murder, and that It"as Many' hart' deserted their ho,.jes. VI-

been massacred. cannot even be cbti to know whether :\Mr Patten had let It Is well to call vour intention to :Mr, Taft II various friends In the Phil not a conspiracy ,1as the commonwealth ileut quakes followed the (c-ruptjon

mated. bet a ute the disturbances have ordetd secretly to make! lurlhur putchabe'b the near approach of the annua) reunion :.. plnes The presentation was madeat chaiged Ooverncjr WIHol N. JobC-ph 'l'hmimu-m-in 1 a FrenchjomnnllM
4l been so widespread that It I is ImpuHalble ) at the (concession. In I>rl<:ell. In of our dear veterans of tho t the bite house by' General )Edwards : savs' Unit he believes It a ( tuiil, one of tlie- three con-
A to oblalu details of tbe happening -', the jbsence of such Information, how- Confederac whichwill "he held In chief of the insular bureau of duty, which I must no longer delay, ii-auls| for a jilze of $25,000() offeredi

-1 during the past ten days The ever, Mr Patten's absence in a section -, Memphis Tenn. June 8. 9 and 10'. the war department to carry thru belief Into effect. ," and I tIme Royal (1)l nipia society' of Am-
.- latest estimates> of tins number killed of Ihe couufry litre he will not Let, us rally to their banners which grunt pardons to the men charged, .1l'l dam In a globe.walking contest
y' in the villayet of Adana reaches apVroxlmalely be.much troubled b)' either lepoiters, win be pruudlv unfurled and show SILVER CHAMPION HUTS fOREVER. and imo fled the state. as they had hut leejulres a "'11.1 eercountry

25,UUO and I thousands or quotations anu the utter weakness them bv word and deed that wo cherIsh ----.. the gr..atts rumpus to believe. that .1. the wen Id. has ur \ \'o In Seattle,
: have been killed In the* towns of cither Indicated by' the decline i uve l their service and sacrifice that Senator William Stewart of Nevada tJUJliiUiel llul .\h, . I' . \\nsh Thomassln. has been thirty-

dls/rlcts The state of selge-wblcli l rise to IUIIUy' bints that "1'atu-ii v-ua we may Mill be to them, as In thc Is Dead. and if they at U) ed h"ll would be te ur months out of ,('idais. Fiance
,: several of the I>lIu:.-.< are undergoing! well out of It'' pa..t. In Intpltatlon, and strengthVi- foiled to trial b,'(ore a |iartl un jury iiIK! ha. .cuniltid], hisf walking In KnKipe .
1 has brought Ihe Inhabitants to the Ihe regular; bulletin Issued by Hart honor otirBflvcs in pnvlnK iribnn to Washington. D. C.-E.xSl'lIalOr- under conditions which would pile I AMU and the n /rlhl'rn countries

verge of, starvation. and each 'davbrings leti. Paften & Co. hud this to say these heroes of 'im|>crislia,.le, fame" Imlllt.: tote v\ art of Nevada one ** a UII nu chance at all lor a juat decislon of Afri.\a. Aeeording lu the conditieiiis -

Us tales of further atrocitieS Tile; real situation Is unchanged Since mv last vi'-n l"lter 10011.. riOt a ll' ngrnrx:: iu national" p0111 leg. of I ihe "UII' t he muM walk

and the depths of misery' and despair There I U no more wheat In the country Dr ,\\lllinni Jones! ilia plain to dud h..n'11' Indianapolis, Ind.-\\'Illlam S. Tajlor '- 7.:" I'CO' miles within fightear .
\'I.' to which the savagery of the fanatiei than there was bctuic the decline, eral Robert l E' and hihtoilan of :\ Stewart was S2 years old. and and I harles Flntey, one a foimer liitereM at tin ;Nlaiaia; 1-alls Ice
; und the demand is jubt as good Our had been a famHiar figure in thljtitv and the' other a former see
Jias brought the peopleConfirmation the, Confederate States noted scholar governor c.-mi't'retl In Ihe imupe mound
has been received of confidence in higher prices is' as, and divine. has joined the ranks of during- thc- better part of exiled of JIID lee nt the Bridal falls where
: the burning of the Armenian village great as ever" trvo Immortal host who now rent under half century For tW'lIt-'lgbl years, for nine years under the charge of tbe boelr of a supposed Bulclde had

of Kessab All the men and many I I becrelary: of Agriculture \\ilson the trees" of Life 1-t-nal-th.. altogether he represented evada In compiled In the assassination of former b. en exposed' partly by' the < In
women and children ha've been slain whobe' Intormaliun concerning cjops, men who followed the command of the senate, a lapse) between 1857 an'dII'7 Governor Goebel of Kentucky the water level and partly .Irol the
American at Ke sab was I Mr Pat len recently declared to be ) < Intervening to I prevent a eontlnuous closeted them.ln'In' Mr. Taylor
The property II Lee. Our loving sympathy goes' out \ YoundIng, of the Ie. which Is hlendUy1alnK
service record from IkbS
I have been vindicatedTrinidad ISHIJ \ of their pardon by Governor Wilson
Is safe.
; .ican missionary! to mourn 'this Irreparable loss for cat'rct. Attempts to recover the .
.1; There are five Arneslcan women I COI: James Ayer Pat- their Borrow l is ours S.natorSlewart mad many notable and denied admittance to Inqul'E"rsu I licdy WQJC unyucpsotul )namlt.
stationed here. Including Miss Lambert I ten, Chicago "wheat king,'' wno was The chief commemorative vvoik of blft't'Ches| on the floor of the sen lt a late hour They prepared aetBiement was used to Ih. jam J
who has been Benalag out ,reported) to have deserted the !battleIn ale In advcxaey of "Bluer, and hischaracterisation to tbe public InMch
the W"yexpr..ll
association( U. Is
.a.p'l: general D. C, of the demonetiza M Elizabeth F of :Mansfield -
. peal for help, Miss, EIlllngB! and i the wheat pit to Inspect for hlm- the placing of two monuments one ""- .d their gratitude for relief whose :011.
tion of silver; as the crime of 73. from :181. .I bal just bee
Jjowman. The authorities have self the wheat situation In the cen- the battlefield of Shlloh I great burden and to their old
retus-1 on -where made left $ u.ono 10 the Midnight

I II In "
is marker) political history
ed permission to Me tlrs. Law son tiat west, arrived at Trin'dad! and friends in Kentucky and their n"wfrl..nd
gallantly foucht and fell of timesotth's
'- I many his rellrt'm..ntrom Mission of ;New; York und the
After congresshe ,
Chambers also American misslonarles left shortly' afterwards for Tc-clo, Col.. lu Indiana.
I bravest defenders! led by the amount to build drinking fountsfor
divided his lime between 'Wash
their relief Frantic a' little pOEt station near theN: :< Mr Taylor stated that he would SIUl
t to go to appears jw
great (chieftain Albert Sidney John- IlIltOIwhere he had many Intetrests horses and dogj in the streets of
/ for protection and for food are Mexico line. who fell sacrifice never return to Kentuck to make his
ston. there a 10 Xtwotk,
: In.Irpm all sections I ";None; of your business,"' was his during his life of fluctuating fortune home He has established a law
'4.comjng _his southland-and the; erection of a ,
Washington, D: C.-v\hlle condl' repy to a question ar1loflta, mlBBlonIn monument In the Arlington ;National; his farm In. nearbyV1rgiemiaatmd Uona In the near east continue to : '''r'ndtl.d.!' 'Ive been hounded: to west where at his old home at Rhy bUMnevs! connections here that are Wa.binltoo -
4, Cemetery, where sleep some of our An addition lo the military -
death for weeks" outs; Nevada. be hmaf varied mining Interesting t
the state by reporters permanent.
be alarming and unsettled ,
Confederate dead. This has a trifle
and records the State will .
Interests experiences. of United
Mr Flnley- however soon
return -
department has been given assurance claim for retting It wl wil
1 upon you. as , e'
i My Great Britain through the American NEWSY_PARAGRAPHS. on, the soil of the bOrne of Robert E.. TO RETURN CONFEDERATE FLAGS. to Kentucky to his aged published by the government It .
t embassy at London that her snips Lee.'It. will be a memorial 'to that j parent\VHllamsburft bill just Introduced by RepresentativeHull
Chief of Detectives /Smith, of St. of- becomes law. ,
to-protect I I Ij. 'ennssee :
the adequate
on scene-are ) peerless commander Will B. DeliveredAt
again ItiIl Captured Banner :
; .: : BIG ARE
Lou.s Mo. admitted that James S. This bill direct the of war
American* aa'lieU as English sub typify the spirit' of the Confederate Alabama.' : HAT secretary
eets. { Cabanne. Jr., father of tbe buy James. Slate, :j. Huntsville5 Also to prepare from 1he'Dlltary records ,,
the- defense Pompadour Censored
which was of con.stltutlonal Lefty by '.
I Ohio. Details( for the'retuin in his
Cincinnati: possession all ibe
baa been assured S. Cabaiine HI who disappeared '
Tbe department
; .' ,
and .will
government It
; of ** "
of the confederate battle flags 'University Chicago. armieS In the 'the
: engaged service of
of the of two trcrn".the home of his '
the safety! grandfather
t by further nark) thg.,spot where, through captured by the FourthJOhlo calvary Chicago, 111.-Mlg hat and lofty United States In all its wars exceptthe
Webb about here has received
American women- named a letter .demandinga
the magnanimity .of a provision ocongress Ala. the close of tbe pompadours have at
at Selnia, near censore civil war A roster has
had been made $10,000 ransom
whom some Inquiries already
honorable place was given civil ,war, are now.; In the hands of the University pf "cen- been issued of the men
.. l Assurances are given that the ambassadors The state law of Alabama annulling tompo
to some of our Confederate dead and tlltc reabons These personal
$, uovetnor Comer Alabama. It will appurtenances armies of the war.
are? 'leaving nothing undone ..I be licenses of foreign corporations where is I heir cl
I. dally care shown to take! place at Huntsvllle .May 12 have been placed on the
In order to get relief to the dh>tret> taking from btate to fed Senator Talllf.rro's amendment to
I' graves !hall we be leps thoughtful Captain! John A Pitts of this city official blacklist by the department of the census requires tbe
'I ed cities. eral courts, was declared unconstitutional of these, our dead The executive rdceived a letter from Governor Harmon physical culture and athletics and CD collection of data bearing the
I In a decision by' Judge Thomas committee of the Arlington Confederate who Insist them upon
.tPOloI stating that the captured flags l'OI upon retaining naval ,
stores has
InduMry. been adopted
U Jones of the United States courtof Monument Association Colonel will. be tent to this city. ao that any' will feel the wrath of the authoritiesMiss In conference, and the

j Miners' Leader; Insulted FI.II-CGX.j the middle district of Alabama.He Hilary A Herbert chairman. Is ask of the old veterans who may clare to XJertrude Dudley, director of of the plan have practically ojlpnent.
; said that the law violated both aba.ndoD
: log every chapter throughout this or view! them may do so women's declares that the ed hope.President,
Forced Apology. the state and the federal cont>tutions ganization to set aside one day In The Hags were those carried by'the hats and pompadours not only are entlrely ,
Sacramento, C&l.-William P. Hay. I Tbe declsltm was made in sn the near future for concerted ,action rifle scouts, popularly known as the : unnecessary as' aids to tbe new Taft has ordered an .Investigation -
,.. i_ wood ,president oT the Western F.ed.I order enjoining! the secretary of state In collecting fundJ for this purpose Alabama llgera" : education, but also are unquestionablyunwise by the government of
L q .1, ration of Mine Workers, and his 'from cancelJl g tbe license of the The veterans are asking your assistance I and Intolerable from. a hygienic practically all western railroads It
I press agent A. Meyer were made Western Union''Telegrapb company In ) In tbe purchase of the home EDITORS FEAST WITH PUBLISHERS. standpoint being alleged' against them that they

to apologize by Captain! E. J. Coxe. Alabama., and birthplace of President Jefferson "Tbe Immense hats," said she, "re- have made discriminatory freight
___l an officer in the United State. Army A well authenticated report Is beIng Davis at Falrview, Ky. Send contributions -1 I Six Hundred P-; ;;;;; at the Joint sult In arresting tbe circulation of air rates against all the mountain cities

4 :, daring the Spanish-American war, for circulated In \Vlnston-Salem. N. to Major John H. Leathers, :I I Banquet. to an extent which la decidedly harmful In tbe west, principally In Utahf.

c. an Insult to the American flag. Tbe C., that the Duke"*, who are in con- Loutsvllle.. Ky. Let each chapter'| New York City.-Editors and pub- ." In a carefully prepared speech de ))
I incident occurred In the lobby of the I trol of the American Tobacco company giv4 something to this worthy historic Ushers of this country. to the number livered In the senate Senator Stone

4 State Hou.e Hotel after Haywood bad are planning to organize a great object. '' of six hundred, attended the Joint PITH f. COLLIER DEAD. of Missouri urged the withdrawal of
; lectured here. Meyer wore a red flag< cotton mill trust In the south one Let each of us be mindful of the banquet of the Associated Press aud I the Philippine tariff bill favored by
'I in his buttonhole and remarked that smllar to the Mammoth Tobacco combination valuable work being done by tbe the American Newspaper PublUhe/s' Head Col.r'a Weekly! Dies of President Taft. He said the Filipinos

t bo hoped to see that emblem wave The Dukes, who have made "Confederate Veteran,"" and show appreciation association here.. Count Johann Hetn- wanted Independence and should
;., 'J'aboye the stars and stripe millions out pf the tobacco business, by subscribing for It rich Von Bernstorff tbe German ambassador New York City.--Peter F- Collier, have It

f: Coxe demanded an apology threat own a large controlling Interest In keeps us in touch with much that we and Joseph H. Cboate former founder and publisher of Collier's Tbe census appropriation bill, providing
k ..,...5. .. nlng: to punch Meyer. Haywood appeared -I[the Southern Power company, should know. Join with your presIdent ,. ambassador of the United Weejtly, died suddenly of apoplexy at lOOUO.Ono' for the Incident

,- t and told Coxe of his Identity, through which they expect to manipulate In making our great associationof GreatBritain were guests of honor the Riding Club. to the first two epne the

", but Coxe replied: the scheme now contemplatedto patriotic and historic value; by so' and delivered speeches Other speakers Peter' F Collier was known principally collection of data for the thirteenthcensus

So you al'e Bill Haywood, eh? Well. get control of a majority of the doing we honor and glorify a past, were -Major J. C. Hempblil of the as the founder, chief owner and was Introduced by Representative -

1 f 'you and ;your. friend will eat ;your leading southern mills, many of whichare so full of heroic memories, the his Charleston, 8. C", News and Courier; editor of Collier's Weekly. In this Tawney of Minnesota chair
words or I will break your faces." now being operated with power tory of a chivalrous: valiant people. Rev Robert E. Burdette ot Lot Angeles he was asisstedby bin only Bon, Rob man of the appropriation committee.

KV. ..I Haywood apologized and left the DO furnished by tbe Southern power CORNELIA BRANCH:> STONE, I and Senator T. M.' Patterson ert J. Collier, who, with the The total estimate of the expense forobtainihg

k tel with Meyer.. company. President General, U. D. C. of Colorado survive him. the census will be $U.T

Editor Stanley of the Fernie. British 000,000. f

r r BOMB EXPLJDESJN CHURCH.. Col. mbla Ledger which publish $$1,000,000.000 MUI ER. Man Falls 350 Feet. SMOKE PLAGUE I _COMJUEKED. Tbe Hungarian cabinet has re.le
.I ed a front page story to the effect ed and Emperor
l't ,4 Only' Three Persons In St. Louis that all a man need do in IJrltlsh ColumbIa E. H. H.rrlm-Plans to Combine New York City.-Falling three hun Federal Experts Have Been Studying asked Count Francs sy, minister h. \

i. Cathedral, New Orleans, at Time.Jiew to dodge justice was to belong 12,000 Miles of Road. dred and fifty feet from the thirtyinuiih Problem for Y... tbe Interior, to form a new

: : Orleans La.-The famous old to the lodge and stand on the New York City,-According to a report .,it Oy 01 a suyscraper on Madison : Washington D Q.-Tbe mok& Tbe navy department has ca.blnet

i SL Louis Cathedral In Chartrea right side of tbe political fence was circulated in this city K. H. Harriman Square, Thomas Mortlmoru 42:: plague of American cities has been sled orders for te'armored
[ -: _l Latreet, was shaken by an explosion officially disciplined by the court of has .Instructed counsel In this years of a&e'a.. insiantlv kiilcu conquered by science according to North Carolina Montana "utsM

.' .,.,.bellefedto have resulted from the appeals sitting In Vancouver 1). C. and other cities to devise a meansof Hundreds of people were watching tbe statement of federal expert who Guantanamo, and part of Rear Admial -
.. 1' 1 placing of a. bomb in the south tower Hemade a humble apology, and the merging the New: York Central him at work, and saw him talL have been stuMylng the problem for a Arnold's fleet, to proceed with allllspatch

I- i$: ,i4. ,uf the building. court sentenced him to pay $100 or line Into one $1,040,000,000 corporation number of years They net only make to Alexandretta Turkey for
.. The explosion occurred when the spend an Indefinite period In jail.. with a central management and 10 'III'< I ia-h Immigrant! 512.YashIngton the assertion that smoke prevention is the protection of American Interest

t-" t ,\fi. *. A priest a woman and .a personal and public apologies operate more than 12,000 miles of man of North Carolina offered an by demonstration to any one Inter'eated. More than nine million of
" ,, child were the only occupants of tnt Rendered temporarily Insane by altitude railroad Including] the :New. York Central amendment lo the tailfl bill, by which and are proving it every day dynam1tefll be required pounds

!1' 3& building at the time, and none of R, C Kamagc a veterinary West Shore Lfcle Shore, Lake he proposes to place on each Imml at the United States geological survey on Panama canal In to worm

.\\t.. ,.them was injured. surgeon!: danced on the )brink of j Shore and Michigan, Southern, Cleve grant coming law the Lulled States experiment station at Pita burg, Pa ti I year according to estimatesof coming
t :, '_ 'The police believe that dissensions ':'l>eplce) more than five thousand land. Clnclnatl Chicago and St. LouIs a head tax of $I2. The plant is being operated absolutely I B'1 division engineers In charge of
HI the Italian workmen engaged feet high creating terror Pitts burg and Lake Erie Lake without smoke, and the
r! E, among: amongIf< Mr Overman estimated the tax ho experts are the Bids will be
",.,_ _t'jt iMTjnaktng-repaJr: on- the church wan large crowd of tourists on Mount Erie and Western and the Canadian proposed would bring to the govern burning a coal considered refuse by I! shortly excavaton.tho purchase this opened

.' poaalble. for the explosion. Lowe. near Los Angeles, Cal Southern. \I I went 6.PCKUOO( | ( 1o'iQ.QQ.OQ( ()(() revenue. tlietramle., which It ,hi estimated, will explosive -
*"" "
+ ; tT The steamer Eber Ward bound -- oost abort $1,000,000.The .
: _I'r?< fL MILLS TO_.POD MILLIONS. from Milwaukee to Port Huron, REPORT SULPHUR_ SPRATS. I f ". wants to Talk ttlth Mar. KIDNAPER ATTEMPTED-- SUICIDE. Income tax amendment to the
i' Four. New Cotton Plants to Be Built struck a heavy Ice flow h.Ten and sank near Government is Encouraged by Good Fort Worth, Texas,-A movementhas Plans of James. H. Boyle to. Escape \tariff bU which Senator' Cummins in-
,' '4. at Cost of 17.000.000. Mackinaw City, of the. Results Shown. ben started here to irlduce W.. II. Also Frustrated. traduced in the senate
4'' '". Boston.- Mas*.-Thirtysevening : mill crew were saved ana five drowned. Washington I>, C-The, reault of Pickering, professor of astronomy of Mercer Pa,-The authorities are of 1 per cent otn incomes places over $3,000 a ta

4'g concern throughout the New Vandals have stolen a bronze tab some work carried on In Georgia by Haruu University)', to make anangc- greatly worried over an alege' at- and under $ .0O() ; 2 per cent on Incomes o
'l England: states are planning: new let placed on the boulder at Forge: the department of agriculture ,to test nieiita for signalling :Mara from Vest tempt of Jame-d H Boyle from Joixii to $10,000 s
/ 4. which will mean an outlay Hill near NewbOrg N. Y. tne usefulness of lime is out that the ; percent
construction by the sulphur sprays Texas It pointed 'kidnapper, to commit suicide, sad later from.10" to $20,000 4
4 'of 20000000. Although most of Daughters of the American Revolution for orchards has just been published clarlhtd almospfiere level ground ana. well,planned attempt'011 tbe part forn| $20100 to $50,000: and percent
.1 this expenditure will -be used In the some years ago to mark the site by the bureau of' plant Industry. The large uninhabited areas of that section of slippoted a friends on the outside to (' cent on all !Incomes above $50,000 6lpe
: extension existing plant*,-four new of the old forge where were made department has experimented with make the conditions perfect for liberate the prisoner from the jail I
.j; :itlaiT0.; involving more than $7,000,000, some of the chains stretched across self.boiled and unboiled lime sulphur experiments. There would be nothing heiehtlo both were frus- | O .cal nnnoul'm'ht: was'made by "
& iI 1. are, undeiu-way. This snowing i* In. the Hudson river at West Point to mixtures: and is much, encouraged by to JUlurb the inuuieiitte reflectors by trated their aDal conclusionseems the secretary of agriculture! that tbecommunicable

dicative' ot; the prosperity''In the cojtonIndustry prevent the passage northward of the result shown In the control of whicb Pickering: hopes to communicate to have been averted by the disease known ai toot'

,....{ ,. la this ectlon. British vessel of war. I apple and peach diseases. with the' Martian .anowetl margin. the and United mouth disease States does not exist$ In.

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unlocked the door, so I. did. 'And, LonA'NEI'NQTE&:: :. Orneers .for ensuing :Year.I: !. i: i *
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strange )it Live Oal ) JI
seemod to wile 'lint night; Fla--Tne Florid State :
-- And hear the hnby breathe-the} mom ; he went away and left the things:" ; Congress ,t has ,tnad.' ''in appropHaJou Bankers''asooalatloa*
) Convened here. ;
Under the nihbIenp'. shaded Well.:- said little 'l'reloar'As; : I. r4Jjgflss: ,.
light .. .' of $9.DOG( for the'purpose Im- The following officer 'were
: Wrapped softly in 'I elected; ,
a gloom 1 say It 1 ette'r'BO..IS
gently wal..perhapi >' i l\ j iovemeut in transportation of Flor' for.tne >ensuing year: of Things --I
4' ;'. KVhat m sticr wonder ctirred un then, turned,out. But If I bad been there da: oianzes.. and 7.032 'for 'the"Jmjrovemenl ColooelA.: Hardee,president of -

. ; {: '-- With low and lqv what mini-led awe,", I might have kiliR' b'IDQultel\ likely |' ,_11 .management' : ,In \the First Matlonal bank: of Live Oak. :
V' k Before this. httle.jum!>er.-r. when ,, I think. The*poon girl was In anearLy"fantll1l' .r lor Ida. ".Otlljfr,-,' roprl.t1on. .of' In-' was elected president by- acclamation. ? '
;:; ', l The flowerlika: face; we dimljr.awl (! eonditioaheW I got [',crest here are 12217.50 torthsu'b' *. following: were' elected vice presidents ty Mathantl. G< fotaler. Jr. .
'.. \r,". A: rnomfnt ther/ '. } In." tl tplt'al! garden at .Miami $2,500 for : Jne srs> H.-Ii!], Taylor, Gain' 4 .' '
)I \. ... . Fearing to red ".In nimg ies' long appnlled.BITO!u. .".Oh- r 'was-"so glad to see hlml'. ,oil' .urveYIJ-J iooo for"scale Insect; vllle; F. 10, UprdinLaka CH>'; O. E. ..,4.....+' '.' V U were not' for the"atOnx, the molecule, 'would J not nara

a' /. Fat of this ,iuI Hint we hud celled aid Ms, TreloarXeveni mvtmuatioua ,f9,000 i for white fly Lewis Tallahassee; U. K. Turubull, : :: been born, and It It-were not for the molecule 'there w?uld

r;, ,.'. ..Out. of the vnatly deep. of aoul. '' Later, In,the ng Mrs. Brank, !uvtigatious! "' .110 for breeding; Woutlcello; 't;. J. arltou.. Wachula, I : not be particles of anythlQ3':,'and If it were hot I; for particles,

'. '. '11:I-. .rpt'b.f1..the-r..rd. of Heine bent, ,' some got( Mrs.'Treloatyto: hers Jf.., .. new curus' for lemon frulU l and pluapplea, f2,< Jklr.\ .elected George ''1/. Uedaussure was. : lUer. would not be anything, Ac the cbemtsthouors: ttn
," Thot fnHnnt'to 337f50 Investigations. and again secretary and treasurer ., i xtom iet1Us. Have those llttlex hlut' or-
1" our audden praver_ "Molly; said she, "you can,, foolyour $7ciuu tortruck( '- without ;:so / due respect! for
J.rtltilt, the low l people
I \ I _Jl.t, |>PSPO and Mooxinir filled the other Delegate to .American!} Bankers' association
, 'f, Unmet Preacott Spofford, in 4 Harper'air. but you 'can't fool me, I know you ee'ni.. entirely l "possible that aDew J. T.; alternate, : i largeness of trader There! II nothing too small to be Ktslguincant. -

,/r. ., -: . BUzar. too well Now, you'juit tell me the Chat lildustfy may be added<< to the list VV. C. Levls. :--' i I ....4...4 Unless thai: something-be 'worthless, for all blgnews, .
contributes- .
,II, '' truth about that burglar." the upbuilding! For nomination for'vice president I Is but the combination\ of little thIngs ".'... 'Z
add growth of Jacksonville and the r
( :, .. ra Mrs. Treloar giggled a1 l1tt1 "1 new proposition<< is the gathering of of Amencttu Bankers' a. lloclatton" The very greatness; the mighty steamship Is Impressive and we marvel ".,-;
did-tell him tire truth.; Deb;" she said. "POng8 tronr the Atlantic' ocean, off; Hobinsoa.yeukacoia . at mau' ability to prmjuce it., Superficially we admire( for Us greatness., ,. J
1a 1aJ: THEXVEAKELSEX "I was really scared when, I woke up lUa'pcI'1. Mea from Tarpon Springs, Ucala, Key West and and often forget that if It were not for the little propeller in the stern. almost 't

_ ..a.n.4-.w-.hl&., jrgei1.,1nLereiie.I In H'4i llpoug bu'aea -' ..Jacksonville; were placed' la" nomlnailuu" microscopic compared with the bulk of the hull. this huge mass of steel andiron ;.,
_, havq been In JackscihvUlJ and for iroldbtgthtile : * 'iiuxt iimmlug of tills noallng pala wuld)1'\: \ '"' but .a derelict"o tI" sea of-'comffierTSCC"!

, I L1 -+1' JF "Go onT": said -Mrs. Branksome. are coiulns back better' equipped to toe 'urlze.aSsociatiOn. J/ettsacola* . captured That: mighty engine with Its '50.0.00 h. p., Is controlled by a lever small

calmly. "What-did jou, do?" Investigate conditions. a, a. ijoliu A resolution was unanimously enough: for a baby to handle, All appreciation and a mastery of detail are .,
J. !!1 BI KENNETT HARRIS. r.! How She Did It : thought tp be rich In sponges. If' the by the association opposing passed the necessary: to the consummation of any result worth 1LCC0mp lahlnc. The
1S2 saas saJ I Really ; U8|>ucted conditions exist It will master minds of the world Jn science, art
., .Ea enactment into law at luU time of or Dullness have never neglectedthe
t. freloar made his contribution 'to "I-I jumped out 'of tjed and I-, .and mean boats tojj ,.employment jtrat.,011' ih. ot mouth many of hieii theSt. what ts Know as guarantee Of state details, the small things which, collectively, make great thing, possible. -

thai discussion Impressively. He had -tackled him low," said Mrs. Treloar. : Johiu* river, and the bringing to bank: dep<,..lla. True many a great captain of Industry may In the beyday of his success ap-v(: .
"He came down-with lust the The association adjourned after pear to care nothing for detail, and to Ignore the little things At JDatter3
an ImprcsRive Jacksonville of the for a 1
way of saying things, sponges '">re>i>-
In spite of his small size delicate feotures awfulest thump.jind the language he ,araifon," assorting and shipment. one successful of the bent attended -and moat of fact, he does nothing of the kind, I although he may seem to do so; but. '
.. ? and rather squeaky voice. used my dear! I had to slam-Phis; I'eceat lueetjngB! ever. lieia. even If he dId, Investigation would show that ho became a master by being?
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I. head on the .floor before he would discovery of relics near Senator a. proficient servant!: that he .learned how to do handling
"Ady man who would lay his hand I St. AOrfUnClne of the nrst landing of Fletcher pf Florida great things by properly -
upon a woman, save In 'the way of I stop. Ponce de won have made certain, akes the tfth of Office' lltle. thing The successful business man, and the .success In any 1
kindne,.. Is lens than a brute." bVsaid. / "You poor, timid creature! !said! I'I''Mrs thai th.a dale ,of.. bin discovery ot Florida Washington, I). .C.--Seuator Fletcher other direction,''eprlngs Invarlably from the man who succeeds all along toe.,

: '. protector.., and therefore then :whatT""And a disputed point or the authontlcily to the seJu o. 'lue oath et> of- was lieutenant of detail before he took command of great responsibility. < (

I made him in a sterner rougher Mold. then- Deb you'll never of' these relics there seems to be nee was admlnulered to blm. beualor : .- I am aware that there are some experts hi detail who nev r rise. aboves!

3t Is man's part to bear 4he hardships breathe a word of this, will rouT no d And then I let him and twisted tour hundredth tee on privilege. and elucnous '
I get up anniversary of the couimeiited -
) and dare the dangers of life. most careful attention to detail because no man can-handle great thlngs"succeasfully ->, .
his discovery cue later. on the actlou of the
arm behind his back and bunf year governor
:that woman may be spared. The died him Into the cull o( Florida In appolniliig .Mr. FiotcUer unlesa he, has as successfully handled small things. No man -.v.r. .
;weakness of woman should appeal to closet so I The question of Inheritance taxes a United /Stales senator at the close began at the t6p and succeeded. All success begins at the bottouj and step
"--th1m-ndare- him- with a chlvalTO think what I could do with him Ob have been brought-- to the attention of of a regular senatorial term, which by step, rises to the top., There Is nothing too small to be noticed and he

us desire to Interpose himself between forgot to say'Then rtookfliPlstor f lhe legislature oy Governor' Uilchrlst. he said was not oidiuarlly within tbe who Ignores .the details"of business, who ha* not mastered them, is sure to>
: her and all harm. But Idon't from him. I thought If I kept Each year the poultry business Is rule laid> down by the senate when fall, not only at the start, but all along'the line; and 'the reason he Is able to-
say that woman Is'an inferior him he would tell what I did to .him, becoming more lucrative in Florida, .a meeting of tile legislature Immediately command business l Is because he obtained a command of business detail. ,
being mind and there would be a fuss and- and now assumes proportions that precedes the expiratlou of a
Well, I made him empty out the bag j I will BOOU ilva.1 any biauch of farm iuduttir teiui. in mis case, however,' the I leg
"That's very" nlrj and magnanlTnous he had with", him .and turn hU. pockets }'. !islature did not /6<<:1 meet, and. as there . II IS M ,.- .
,' Treloar. said (dough' with Inside-out, and then I marched [ The Louse shows a disposition 'to had been a primary election wnlch .. .. ... -
!bust: the faintest( sarcasm In his tone. him down stairs and I let him out. II pas any and all local bins. I had selected .vlr Jo Mctcber tile com- 191L.5 ',)

"Mrs." Treloar ought to be obliged to Now, If you tell I'll never speak tq I After tbe senate killed the McMul- milieu on privileges and jjlddloiis bad ( .....V' ,,'
taxejn no action jn tins cane. Florida .
len ;
again bill
you lusfirance by a vote of 22 to
'She 1 h.," ARid Mrs. Treloar for her- final and Georgia he said, were the only
1111"".. Branksom6 laughed until the 7 on' passage c'mfywoaoypapap
eelf. Wo all looked at her, tall slates Whose leKtfllaiurcs did not meet The'
sujierbly -
; formed deep-breasted, round- tears, stood fn". her ev es. As she j''I The senate killed the McMulleu insurance before the expnatiou of a beuaioriaj $ Rich and the Poor ,
wiped them away she ald'Then: bill by a vote, of 22 to 7. The lerm. -
,armed and blooming with perfect you didn't want to be a heroine |I bill was for the lemoval ot the lax --'----
;J: (health. Somp of us no doubt thought "I kneW that Edgar! wouldn't like i of 2 i>or ten tof premiums .mid on' polI Pension for Women With .
4, of her as ebe was before she married it." said Mrs. Treloar blushlngly. "It I| Icluu Hi tile slate in Imuiaucu cuiuimtues Over Seven Chil ren. c By. Samuel McChord Crothers. I.r.'f"li .
:?Treloar-the girl athlete the Diana opeiuting uIder tne laws of ' .
Tallahassee _,J1sWsI'
would hurt his feelings to think that |I.' "Kla -Govoi nor Gil- ; - -
af tho fields woods and ..rlorlda
utreims, the I could take care of myself. He likes christ nun received the .following let-
.. a-aliry-day, snowy-day, blowy-day girl, to protect me-and-and, of course. | Tliiuu proinJnent woni/en/ were Injured lei' tioru a Kloiida ludy whicH lie Isleady .....__** ou must have noticed how much of the literature of good'i.

""' rwho played tennis, golf basket ball I like him to. It's the waY.. "..pian ;i ulnl ono Killed lu finsauola, w ueu to JIUHB up to Hie luglslaluieUovcrnor ..-........: will is demoted to the praise of the Blessed Inequalities, how
:and billiards In a way that made should feel toward his wife. Deb uu auiomuuiiv, in WUKU they weie. l>Ucllll"t-I""Ii..e. your the changes are rung on the Strong: and the Weak, the '
nine-tenths of her men acquaintances jidiug.Wa SHUCK by au electric caiAUD honoi. ,Ulle' YOU ate making! new laws
seriously, you mustn't ever Wise and the Ignorant tho Rich and the Poore.peclftliY'the ;
(look Gonzalea ut ijc-nsauula died from please make this one, thai all white
foolish who tell-j
pulled that
; an oar ,
not even your'hu band. ladiej i Poor who forrn the hulk of the philanthropic universe. ? -
llio olhcrs than
even her brothers injuries hull w..nllId.. more seven children '
commended and
.,. "Don't 1''0 rry." said Mrs. Dranksome'I'll J. M' .viudoua or I'ensacolu, and Mrs will gel a Ilt'ulllon. HO they will Nobody seems to meet another on the level. ISxerybody U
fUJ the stunts In. /her college gym. never te-ll"-New York ; lAce and Alrli 7 Clark. of -Mobile. The be able to raise mew and eaucate ..-....... either looking up or looking down and they are taught now 1 -
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\Ym. a Skillful \Vooer. Evening Journal,.. I auto wan struck bv a IIlt'eetcal'. ruuiiiin thorn and make useful men and women to do it. I remember attending the annual meeting ot the

MEL Branksome' had been with I about roily miles au hour or them, wliie tHey could not uu Society for the Relief of Indigent Children. The Indigent ,
Mrs. Treloar at Smith and perhaps" The farmers In the :Miami sectionare It otherwise; and I he nioiu they nave children were first fed and then Insulted by a plethoric gentleman who addressed '

(that was why Mrs. Dranksome turned %;. )\'. 1"'IJJJ.ROX FOR Having a busy lime Just now snipping the greater lha' IlImllloll.tot, : being to them a long discourse on Indigence and the various duties that It f

:her head quickly away and began tn'' lUeir ciopa. Every' day me able to educate their children: aud entailed. And no one of the children was allowed to throw things at. UJe_ -
(talk to the man on her leftIn a vet, FREEDOM() [ Y.RESS. sheetS/ are ciuwded wltu loaded teams give them the oppuitunliles they realty speaker They had all been taught to took grateful. -,. -

Animated manner. ft .iin the fanning; ulsirlcis. i nu- OUIK ougiil to nave iloves many, a mother Now these inequalities do exist, and so long ai they exist: I all sort of help-v '

_ There were plenty of follows Just II 1 of the crop mat lit being jhlpued now; - >} ful offices have place. The trouble is that geed people are all the time doing,
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- rtfzy over Molly Price before Tre-" Pardons Newspaper That Criti I uf ineie :arequantities Believed That Harriman Means their1. best to make the Inequalities permanent. You have heard how divine1' .-j

cloar appeared on the scene. After cued Judge and Prosecutor In 1. perll.\ elc., being oeans bhlnnuu, egx plant Jtup- Business With Hensacola. have Interpreted the text, "The poor ye have always with you." The ooct'old -
that they out Night- Rlci... c..... deiiy. iieis I'ensacola, r'ltt.-Mucli those
.dropped hopHpssly.Trelonr I| eeiy Indiiatlon that Inc iaipierj comment doctrine has been that the relation between those who have not and

read poetry to her and Governor Augustus 1."Willson, regarded -| /bcutlieiu(/ uade will make (good: went has been thai causid K H, harriman heie by the stat.,- who have- should be that of one-sided dependence. Tjhe Ignorant mutt de-1 ',

much of Jt mighty poor poetry. But as one of the ablest lawyersIn i money on tnelr ei-oie thla* The the visit of ', following pond" upon the Wise, the Weak upon the Strong the Poor upon the Bleb. A*

.lie: read it 'Impressively and Kentucky, In one of the _strongest! j I I wuuttier, hero is ......1,1,)' periecl lortne l>iu), nag deCided a paity to of extend men In the his C"n.uat em- for the black, yellow, and various-partl- olorE'd races'- they' must depend upon

!-conducted his-whole-wooing-in an defenses of-the freedom: of the pressin J1 growing crops-anu-there u lltnor -ur'GeOl"la!! -TrotU ,Alidalujla to the Vr'1iiteMahi'WhfihflTWa1kS; : off witS\ their bordens wlth0ur BOTnuclp-a--*,

Impressive manner and) Molly sur1'ender..d criticism of public officials ever delivered no complaint of diseased fields Pensacola and thai I tH-, "' a year saying. "Dy your leave." x c

; almost without a fight In the South granted a par- Arthur Nelson, sentenced to hang '1 be latest to be received here, aud It Now It Is against this whole theory, however beautifully or 'piously 'expressed : 4

.' (That was the last of her athletic! don to the Herald Publishing Com for muiderf; John JOhnson scntenceuto IE said u come from .* man in the that the protest has come. The Spirit of Democracy Is a bold Iconoclast -'

(too. For some reason or other. TICHHoar pany; of Louisville publrshers of the lIfo imprisonment for murder and employ of Harrlman is thai_ the latter and goes'about smashing Idols. He laughs at-the pretension of'the'

::', seemed to be qtilte enough for Louisville Herald. indicted in the .Charles: arren Theodore Hart and is negotiating; wiib the Louisville and Strong and the Wine and the ,Rich to have created thevthlngs they: posses':

;1 !her! ( They,' were,' In_ fact,,.a devoted Calloway, and.Trlgg circuit courts of .James serious Hampton vuaigeH, .all dug awaiting their way trial out on Nashville for a track agreement ,They are not the masters of the feast:?: They are only those of us who have -

I'f" couple" , ' 'Western Kentucky on tbe' charge of through tile jemeui, floor anu bricKvallsof wnereby come "into tbe Central of Georgia can. got at the head of the Hn, sometimes by unmannerly pushing, and hare sev j
: Peusacola ,
t!.(_' *:n many" respects she la'a .su1!&.- criminally libeling)Judge Thomas<.p.* the Volusla county: Jail! "at De- of ,the Louiatllle and over Ttiashville the\ .tracks using cured a place at the first table. We are not here by their leave", and wo m&7'go '
1riorbeing. continued Treloar. "Hertenderness. Cook and Commonwealth's Attorney.' Land and escaped. l' the Yellow Itiver- division to directly to the source-of supplies. They are not benefactors,,,but belief! ,

( herMdeallatlc: nature, her Denny P. -Smith. The two officials One of the laigeut real estate transactions view and the P. and A. division Crest-:to claries. The Spirit' .of Democracy" Insists that they,shall know their place.

\ Jjiurlty, refinement are what we can hold office In the district In whlc the U> occur lu Florida In recent: Pensacola, Dy this means the Cen- He rebukes'even the Captains} Industry, and, when they-answer Insolently

iever hope to approach It seems toane greater part of the night rider troubles I years was brought to a tiiial tel nll.a' 11! al would have a dlrict line to this he suggests that they be reduced to the ranks. Even toward bishop and, ,
so absurd for us to-look down up- In Western Kentucky occurred. lion when a deal Involving (thouuunclsof 'I city The statement Is also made that other clergy his manner lacks that perfect reverence that belonged to asV

OB her because our musclgs happen and the paper vigorously denounced acres of land exchanged handd. anu : uhen the propDHltloii wa; put to the* earlier time; yet he listens to them respectfully when they talk-sense. >
. to be stronger and our physical courage them for failure to perform their the deeds to the property are now being ; LuuUvlllti\ and Na; "hville.-it was with ft.

: greater," duty in prosecution of the lawless recorded in tile iiamen or tbe now the unddi standing that if this Is cot ww M -
Mrs. Treloar blew him a kiss. I owners '1 _e property 111 question Is agieed to llie'Cential will parallel tho- -. -
tment. 'located lines t .. .
In Oscaoiu and of the LouUvllle
county comprlaea and Nashville -
"Stilt; I'm afraid the of chivalry ,
age The Governor said he granted the aud
come into
,32bOu acre and was sold for Feunucola.
t t Is really dead" said Treloar. pardons "because the long series of I pOt cash at a figure very close 10 ine
'For one thine\ we men have no opportunities crimes in thls) district which have not VAOU.UuO' mark to the well-known cap. Experimental Orange Grove. lJ:'''wI__ ll_ V

to ''demonstrate our prow. been punished under these officers' italist,. h l..n. J.: A Uranford of Established by University of Florlila: : -
'i --en. Civilization\ Is too humdrum administration makes it necessary for Jacksonville and Thomas Wilson ofuumier Ocala, Fla.-The chemical depart. '

$ and prosaic. One can't die for one's tho press to criticise all 'Who can be : $. C. ment ot University of Florida has J - )(ewportSociety
? lady love." held responilble. 1'1\ey\ purpose to conserve the game of 4HO an experimental orange grove _
acres which have
: She Caught the I3urglar.t. "The freedom of the press, while down lu Alacnua. Application win been already l
set out
t.- _. h _ Dear Lake Harris. In It Has None the Dreadful
) . "I'm glad one can't" said Mrs. it must oe ciear 01 malice or laiso- be made to the legislature for a spec. Lake county, where it will be- hood. is one of the greatest safeguards ial law forbidding the shooting or from freeze.
:Urankaome. "I have The
prefer to my experiments are f: Popular Attaches It. iBy
killing of quail In that county for Superstition to : :
of the people against run for ,
wrong len years and
'own true knight| aU".. J find himquite three days ot by the ther ,
i !. useful on occasion" and' failure to do duty, and public officers out eacn wee tlunn'tile mographs installed a record of the
open season.
r "I might have had a chancelast under whose conduct such temperature of air and boll will be f Goupqrneur Morris. 1
September.' but I missed It." said crimes go practically! free from pun- Notes April the official number bulletin of Florida Health izers kept. will Various combinations of fertil "' .. ,"//1,.
Treloar. "Did any of,you )hear'about I iihfnent for a year ought to expect to board of the state be tried ou different trees tw-. _..11'q"r- j''
U addressed! lualuly and the soil will be analyzed with, .' ,
regard -
be criticised, and will be unless the
/that A burglar got Into our house. to the legislature. In addition to to plant
'Poor Molly wag 'nearly scared to freedom of the press Is destroyed appeal to the legislators three bills au blanches, leaves and food.fruit The roots, sVBSSHSBssMBi HE.society of Newport is no more:exclusive'than: any ourier' h'-,..

death" "In the face ot all these crime* of tor ice passage of' wblcn the board trees will be anal}
"Oh, don't tell about, that," pleaded the most vicious and lawless elements asks are 'gJveu .tn full form/ One Js planted and fertilized will, 1 b* tare-! a number of more or less agreeable people who' are quite,,
". Mrs. Treloar. all but one *>r two have gone an act to authorize the board "to fully studied with regard to thC physiological to be friendly with any number of other more or less ?$

"Why not my dear It'i, nothingto unpunished!! and the people have beenas adopt, promulgate and enforce rules effects of toe \ailoun fertil 'people once they have found them out, and liked'' .si1'. I I"

-be ashamed of. I think any wom- helpless as if there were no law and regulations Tor the beller'inenl ize!J. This Is a new undertaking as And their judgment of others Is broad, on toe whole ,

1m would have been frightened to and no coutt, and now, after this almost and protection of the public health of no such conipltie feuiiuer expel'1ulenls 1- rather than narrow. \,t< j.,

_u \ ivake up in the dea4 of night and endless series of most shocking' the slate of Florida." Another la an wllu ouiii es nave ever been BssBBHSSBssssI To be clean and neatly dressed to be polite and agreeable -, .
act lo enable
'"find a burly burglar prowling about crimes the total net results of the maintain aud make the board mien for to acquire, i el>orted. and, reasonably honest, and reasonably likable,' are the -1

' the room. I really wonder that Molly use of those officers of the power of duct of a sanitarium for the the con- Florida Od'd Fellows'- --" kindly and simple qualities that admit to this Exclusive: society. But one -,

.- escaped\ nervous: prostration." the law and circuit Courts! ends in of tuberculosis The third treatment pio\ides Eject N-ew Officers. would not, naturally, armed with only these qualities, land upon///the long "

\ "Horrors!" ejaculated Mrs. Oough these demands for the Grand Jury to for the employment by It of a sanl PeLand lo'Ia.-Thu oiund Lodge of wharf and bo Immediately invited to dine on BMlevue Avenueany; more

"{should have died,.right th re. What Investigate the Judge and attorney tary engineer whenever_ It .i> llevoll Odd'fellows- has adjourned to meet than would King Edward, traveling incognito and landing at tne-fallroad
t did you do. Mollyr- a.n
""She shut him up In a closet," replied which had tbe courage to denounce menta are brougui to support the request April 19.10.< Is Oshkoah"), -Linlo s the humblest citizen happened to be 'a bunco-steerer-withy '
her husband, smiling. these wrongs and strive to bring for the latter auxiliary lo th.. The GI and Lodge officers> for 'the un- an eye to England's watch and chain or India's ncarl-pln.-Everybody's.
'1 was just desperate" explained better conditions in the-districts and board's great work. \ -' suing >eur areGiand : ) ','

\ Airs. Treloar. "I was BO TrlgVtenedthat the State. Senator Theop Weal has Introduced of OuLaiidLepuiy master, Rev. George T. Self M M M I- .J'

I didn't know exactly what I was "If the courts do not.put an end fo a bill compelling the sherffTs of coun. tjrand I
n1asterilIiurn' .. ..
the rule of crime In the counties In ties to have appointments if.
taolng. He he of UeiHilles .
went Maloue
Into the closet Jr. of Ke> )'b..1.
and I slammed the door and locked which the .Judge and Commonwealth's confirmed by (ne county coaimiusloii- Graud warden, j, .bd"'11I'd'Jlliams
blm In." Attorney are'expected: to uphold law ers aQd requesting all deijutlen to of t-Kiiaatolu: > ing I

\ "You wonderful creature! said and order the only hope of permanent The wear bill badge turther except on secret work.. Urand treasurer, (ieorgji L. liiauiilnt rk: '

:Mrs Oough "How could you!" relief from such conditions" Is an enlightened uty shall carry provides a concealed that no de)> !: of New &niiua. '
sentiment arousedby weapon Grand! a cl'eUu' ', :M,
f. I was Ina sort of panic, you publlo 'except On official duly. JGaiuesvUlti! ) A Cusirman of Educating
-- ot the and -
know, tatd Mrs.: Treloar with heightened the press country Instead I _
color; of punishing, the newspaper The new Old Sol<1)cl'a' colony which L J. H. Conrad of UuLand was re-
which makes a fight against such conditions Is to be founded near Kloslinmee: in- I c'lucted. ad iruutee of (Iho.Sallll1rUI1 Bv Robert Haven AchaiifflerVM '
The rapture:: as She Told It. eludes Ih.- famous \ ,
St. Cloud
It should be regarded as fulJ plantation fit', Gainesville, und Ille action of the I : ... ,
: "Then she .sat there trembling, filling its"duty." In Its' 35,000 acres Tho St. Cloud truuteej tit It'litolllll tile tfuiiulug. and VT* -"" _ "" . t
lantallolwaJ .
owned by. tile late :: -
t\ and praying for me to come," added cQlJl1>m'nt' for a tint or >iuiwas: '"
.,'"' her husband with a compaslonatemile. [ - ; j and Hamilton Dlsaton of Philadelphia,, I ".,>,1 ov ed. IF- -1 HE children of the last two or three decades have'not bbe1II i'T '
was noted for Its ,
"Perhaps It'. a good thing Civilization Advancing. HveueuB In great uruduc ibe itubcktli, State assembly elect.' I I educated. The"pupils of our colleges of the last few decadea\\
sugar cane, citrus t'rulus ed '
abe let him go before I the following! omctu.Prttsldctil : II have not been Withall have In--*
ame. I The Introduction of fried straw- and vegetables. The town Bite which I educated. our educating we
think I hould" have handled him pret- berries marks the furthest reach of Is to be located on this1 plantation,, ..s. Lucy! l ester- Tampa II I utructed nobody and with all our Instructing we have educated J .:v'

'7 ty roughly. civilization. When people crave a' will have the name of St. Cloud. Tbe Vice president, :Mrs: Annlu Phifer II'---- -II nobody. I have been teaching for some. 20 years.'
"She Jet him go, 'did she?" asked delicacy that ,1s a desecration of alf colored people are to have a stctlouof L lllgh Spruigs. II II that Is, I have been conducting classroom, exercise*, bnt f

Gough.couldn't that Is fresh 'and sweet and whole: jthJa property set aside for them. Warden Mti. 'tattle1.,:: Tayjor, St" II-- II do not think that I have been teaching any appreciable pajrf
__ stand It haying ilm inc some in the natural life.. they are far, The annual death rate of the locality Petersburg. ? ; --.LI of the time. I have been delivering lecture., sometimes about
-.< theite I was so afraid," said Mrs. far gone In Civilization.! \ St. LouU |J amazingly: low, loss than three per )::Secretary Miss Nettle L. Hobo, things of which I had heard. The result has been that my'

,f., :", ''1'relo&l'"He promised h. would Fost-DIspatch.; one thousand. 'Ires..urou'tr.: *. Ella C:. Kajinusen. ,- pupils have remembered my stories and forgotten my lectures. ; ,.. -

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::. ',,' 5;The JlissHMiec{ \\ley. Gazette. .SCHOOL L BOARD PROCEEDINGS.KISSIMMEE THE SLEEPING SICKNESS .1 ... '. ""tT'tt'tttttt""ttJttj"t"'t"t"J'T't""tt'"T"T"tT"jf'J. ' !!" , " " !' " '" "! " ,! 1 '

WHICH MEANS-DEATH I Plant Wood's SeedsPot :=. I
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{ 'h PUBLISHED EVERY: FRIDAY. FLA April! 609.1:, / How many reader bar heard.of.thus r

Office In Valley Gazette-Bu'ilding. The Board of Public Instruction met terrible"-dlsea."T It prevails In that The SeasonableGoods
In regular session, there beiotr/present .country-Africa--especially '
) ) EUS31MMEK., O8CEOLA, oUNTY. FLA., w. :t.:. Haii., chairman; 12./K.; Brown the COop /I district., It: U caused by, Garden: 6"Farm.. : ""

( and J. 13.: Tumblln. also Vf.fli Sears., thel bite of the UeUe fly. When. It ::::;/ . . . . .. . . ...._....... .... .... .. '== -w.,.
JSuperlDleoJent. .- 7e&r1'la ra\\\. ...\........\..\.._... .\............ \ ........\ \ ., .-
P W. U. HARRIS; Editor'. e.d Prop'r. iltM! a person,the sleeping symptoms Thirty business, with -
Minutes of last regular essioti /
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a steadily increasing trade every ,r '
>Kln and// finally the suff.rer'.1..ptI ,
read and approved, / / year-until we have today one "I '
dA '' SUBSCRIPTION RATES:' H. C. Miller:, treasurer,/rep. $rt.ed. a*. until death' occurs.. of the largest businesses seed

One copy,one year.,4.. ...I.......... .....11S follows; ::.. .I : Contraai this with, the peaceful, In this country-is- the best of I.
On roonth. ':,.... .. ........:. ..... ..../ \ F .... I'
aut : healtb..IIthe.any
4 On**oopy eopjr, three month....... .. .............. ti KlulmmM. I'lL, April X 1.W. balmy sl pof __ ...evidence. as to ...... .
To ti. Mononhl! lioard of Public Irutruetl4 In hng more wearing than to lie awakeat .
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i I and Onceola oountv Iht QualitVof ... .
for Superior .
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.AU 1ommunkaliona" from our .<""">'., 1 herewith tender my report .. treMuntr of night, tossing-about, nervous', with r ...-}.\....-.\.....................\.....\ =-
$ ss.4 _pondenla.must he.I< i be returned unlearn -
matter will not -
: ICHOOI. FOND. what else? Short of letting the tsetsely '

h .u.d for. ._ ..-I. To bctaaae from from last Stale. report Bank; :,.loan./ ...,..:...I Jdl"OJ 7oA( ISoamtrccd "l blla. us we would do almost any' We are headquarters for w:= \ AT .:-::

+r Entered at the Pwloftlce! In. KIwiimnMO. Fla. To m nt reed from lax Cut tax poll.,. ..., 84S1 211 thing for relief How 'can we ,prevent \
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;o .eondela.amall m.tter 7'o amt reed from I omf>t. D.6. K"demtitionB H4Tommt Grass Clover Seeds,
," -- 7-' '. : : W 21 UDy It? Mr. George. Hayes of
= =- '-, '" = reed from. J Soar* aale books Seed Potatoes.Seed Oat
Union "1 had lost "i.
City, Pa., write.: PRICES:
,FAd avT-A ilia 1r30,1i1. )()!J. '11 r P !f tai x arnute ake'pvr,7lat';::H.: :-'1 wmrt is +a -myappetlte,jwa -All..xunrdown,...could Cow Peas Soja i Beans_ and 4. FLou __ "

t \ -- not sleep nights. I had tried everything &11 F&rm Seeds. -,, --
bnlanra t 1MM\ U ,
without relief. Vlnol 'was recommended ==
Prosperous Kissimmee.. , SCHOOL SUC-DIBT. NO. ?. Wood's Descriptive Catalog- N -
and to my surprise.. It -
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list '27481 .
To bala-ice froni report '
the useful and valuable of recd from tan. col. taxes helped me at once: can me a splendid Garden most and Farm teed Qatalog-s == .. . ==
The state is safe-Pat Murphv / N9$2M021 appetite, and now I sleep'soundly." .4
mailed free on request. w SEE OUR LINE OF ICE CREAM/ I ==
( . What it' will ,
By paid warrant.'per Hat ... \10 00 Vlnol did for Mr. Hayes, '

rt' .r---. and Peter O. Knight. have/ arrived BaUnce X'x. ".... I-1911 !2\) do for every run-down nervous and T. W. WOOD & SONS, FREEZERS HAMMOCKS, ..MOSQUITO .
Tallahassee. .
in overworked who cannot sleep.
('MUOL l'8-Jl.T. NO. 8.lotmlKUre person Seedsmen, Richmond. Va.
from lent report .. ... I M flO .
Tax Col.. taxea .f !WN r.sue Sold bvROBERSON'S PHARMACY. -
/ from
amt rec
.i There will be a large amount of tI' . == REFRIGERATORS: ETC. :::

whisky (or sale in this state at bargain By Daid warrant.. per lI.t. .. 1. a08 91 --- --- ,

r .counter prices in less than. twoyears' Balance . #! Rt --- ---
.( Hoot.Ca-DIaT, 0,4 The Sprigg Fleming -
time. .. .. To IMlance'from la..t report ... .I 8 "'f To amt reed from Tax Col.. tax,*. ..' 41642:

The legislature' should pass with- ay: KI88IMMEE. FLA.On CLEANING 'I STflJiFOBD$ EH80)) GRRVE5 (

out debate the bill), introduced by liar paid wlt..nla a. per li.t.. ....... 4tH gi PRESSING

By balance I 11 M! "Lake Tohopekaliga.Hunting .
the .
Senator Humphriss prohibiting "d

-, ,sale of any beverage. containing two To. lly balance paid warrant from uuit a.reoort per lilt\ ...*... . t'iro 10)0 21 Bathing Golf, Tennis, Koque "REPAIRINGLeave .
i cent alcohol. frlcTcelT Clock TnoTrrBaiebaTU"Trap ; ;: --
per 8)"I..ce" .. .... I 30 21 Shooting , 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111, UiPrOgr
'i\ n. C. MILLER. Terms: '2.[>0 to 3.50 per day.
word home and clothe
l Already a few of of the state pa- County Treasurer. J15 to *21. per week. will be called at my lor and returned.

are printing little "feelers" to Paid wal'rants in the sum of k5lMW- ., Ar.
pers 61 Mere" cancelled In op !n seasiun. .---- >>.. ., ,vOraw.t: .. w"", ,a..I""HN' nns INSECTICIDE
if sight of the To OUr Friends : .
learn they can get a Hill were approved and warrants Satisfaction uaranteedWILLIAMS' "
L + Come and-try a meal at the Gerausel4eherr'.InaectlrideisGt'APAyr1RD to klUexcrT While Fly I.."\... t-ralc and Mite
whisky dough,: bag if they knock the issued as follows: hotel. single meals .'
II prohibition amendment. W J Sean. .. &')/ upt I 7 4110E % 'leWCBIIe.MBPI meal tickets HO. Rooms 91 per KIDNEY PILLS In per Florida...,Inn. Fifty ceatalrera.lloe. Fifty ..1/ one ".".' talloa of sprat f fJ

h h llrown M B P I ." ill< > day Hare eau iifclcru pour Kidney.! Have SCHNABR fit CO.. M.auf.cturtr__ ORLANDO FLA.
J II Tumblin. M H PI' 14 00 roil cu-iwcirk.stem and 1 1cdufte I _
-q. The articles appearing in the B C Miller,com treasUrer 112 .w .. .11.101.*.ultn your kidneys and bladder \ ,
Valley tvaxette, printinir r> Have )nu |I'nl..lllioin.|. ..I..In"k. groom and -
I Times-Union from the pen of Benj. R M Evans, teacher chl 1'2 mo-; : :.. 160 (HiMuu H. W. THURMAN, bl.dI1ft"" M>II a Hnbhv. arpcitmnoe, of thesace..l.eclully .a... ...n----- -- v.-"'-... .:-.--
: All .n Moon teacher.. achl.. 1.2 mo' 140 0Mia. under\li ere! 'rn (rcquenla
r Harrison, entitled "Close_ to the Mlkell 10000 PROPRIETOR. I <1'sir'' in |.." urlueTMlllnmii' Kidneypllli
MJ" Emma FuUh *J .". .". lUll' 1101rid will "". veu.-nt OI.CH>l. Pharmacy i C. A. Prealdeat .
CARSON. 1'1. C. BRYAN Secretary.Waters .
I Human Side of Man, are in themselves ii....Ie Oyenlreet' .. .. Hl ooMtn Price'
Alb'na Smith" 100 UU eM-
worth the pnc:-e 6f subscription Muu Sally Wynn. :: :: :: 100 001UO --. THE
Mr. M i Bryan .. .. UUUK .OdOt70t10t tI01 OtlOl10C CSOI.OCA'A CC At OSOl70tsOtJ S Oti05d.
to that great paper. Muu Klorrie L.w..n", ) 00
Muu: Emma YowellMia. : :: :: n>o W 00< IS A. CARSON J. A. CHANPORD. S. L. LUPFERVic.Pml I
WooflaJlMia. 80
Mamie : & Co.
Clark Ruth Harrison teacher.chl *> .,.. *' 00 )e..M.- \.lunt. Secretary Grocery
I It is possible Frank is paving M.... M H Jordan trecher.chl. II. :iH da 4" -6Muu

t the way for the job of stumping Muu Helen Helen Mann Mann teach' achl 1.'U:!.&State D No.A.t ,8500 16 OU --' -"'..01..... ana Det.ll De.I..I.iGROCERIES!.-

5 Nebraska for the Republicans Muu MM.Agnes Alma Ntchol.on Sullivan, teacher" ". I'A114.' .. 'a 40> (:1 i

M.... J. H.Staffee, " 17. 1\\ OUMuu KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO.
against Bryan in his race for the Benle La........achl 2t:.State Aid. 40 00 .
t Muu N Wetherbee :: 't5 " S "
United States Senate. : : .
Mia. N Wetherbee 3/. f> >
School 4". ub DUt No.t U 03
---' -- L H Young
Mrs J H 8teff... teacher..,hll1. SS 00 : i ,
The Hon. C. S. Acree must have Stanford C anon Grave.(auppllea anti -COUNTY AGENTS FOR

= become so excited when his name J I K Hilliard. Krror poll.. .. .,. . 1 156 UO Notigh and Dressed .
Mn Carrie V. llearden. rent Mhl 1 May 1 30 00 !| H AY Fertilizers CRATES
+ was Called to vote on the prohibi- Mr. M F Sean r.ut.chl No 1.. K pow : J Celebrated I
B M.kinx.n. rent.,hi No. 1 May 1 10 OUi
tion constitutional amendment that M Wlllaon,Jr. rent May 1. 21 6U C J GRAIN ETC.
"dhip Lumber. $
W J Seara.drayaire Pine '
Circulars sad Price
he he the Tiller Insurance achool i .... II 06Bdward -_.
y thought was representing .
$ .. .
I _- P Martin Co., .up Khool No. 1 5SJ f P ml 1i d OB Appllcatloa. ?
;; city: of Jacksonville instead of Os- R H Hill Labor achl 12, .ub Diet. No. 2 1 00
B C: Miller, county trea. .ub Diet No 8 1 H2
Ceola county. C L Bandy, tax col .ub-W.t No K I.Iltl
s C U tandy. tax Sol ..ubD'.l0 a r. 41
B C Miller, county trea. aub-Diet No 3 7 UK I HIDES FURS WOOL
C Miller, county.-. eub-D4.t No 4 H HOUSE BILLS SPECIALTY ,
The time has arrived for the C L Bandy,tax eol.ub DI.t No 4 S 1tal. HI
!- Lank of Kiuunmee. Intereit :10 I 00 be aloeo57ohloexaerotloe soer eloeJV
,l, ,t 1 Christian nations to put a stop to
The Board then held a ooqference Country Produce a.aJFavorite .
Turkish massacres. A person is with T. M Murphy( C. A. Carson and t.: :::J.J

entitled to perfect freedom in his I'. A. Vans Agnew, they belog a sob- DVVVVVVVVVVV .
Committee of the School Building S
or her religious.. belief whereverthey Committee, upon the status of the S .

f may be, and the nation' that : High-School Uulldlns- contract with '
the Construction Company, ,THE O1Sure .
can- not or does not,' protect them and I It appearing that the contractor S : : : : :Fertilizers: ,
f in it 'should not be "permitted'toj are In'dllflcultea.! And that,:a consultation : ; -..
U Impending between the committee -
j y 'exist, the contractor and the building | Way of Trucking | CITRUS .
1 ; The state wide prohibition "RESOLVED-That the building j .j .

', amendment has passed both the committee be granted full power to '
make whatever adjustment the building --IS BY_-
Senate and House by large nlajorii -- contract aa intheir judgment may $ .

i 'ties, and will be voted on at the be most" advisable the public; Inter S'S
next general election. It will receive Supt -Seara was also instructed to N INSeCTIC.IDES:

94 a large majority at the people's draw warrant No, "ISO In favor of State S
Kj .. Bank of Kissimmee, on General fundIn -rFOR 'SALE BY-
_ hands, regardless of how the sum of C80: .00, the ,lame being an' "
We manufacture .supply Drain Tile of all .
for Interest subDistrictsNo. I
'much the money on
money. whiskey gang and 4. sizes. Also agents for Gasoline Engines and l J. M, LEE : KISSIMMEE

Iii spend. There being no further bualnets, the Irrigating Supplies. Complete irrigating plants "-t .,

yl Board adjourned till next regular installed. Write for prices. N. AGENT FOR
? |iWe congratlate Kissimmee upon meeting. W. C, BASS, Chairman.

,being the. location for the old sol- Attest : W. J. SKARS, Supt. Sanders Fertilizer Company Jacksonville fla.

i .diers'! colony. Thirty-five thousand -; | Loveless.& Sewell I 11 0It-1 -i.\ .J)

: t acres have been purchased GO TO THE
&*44KS-q& _1f 4E4t N? 4S4f4e 4f__
; the famous St. Cloud
/eluding plan- 1
Don't Walt Till It'. Too Late-Follow
tation and no better place dould becured .
the Example of a Klaaltntnee r .
t \ for a colony of 'old soldiersa NOTICE -
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{ a peaceful, quiet place where the .
.Reside the aching back.If .
veterans can ,spend the rest of I it keeps on aching, trouble comes.. '
$ To reduce stock in order to make reorri. for summer
Ii their lives far from the maddening If Backache you neglect is kidnev the kldners ache. warning, Kissimmee Wagon Works JB stock of spring goods we will tell ourentire lot of Silk atOneHalf

:crowd i and commercial strife.
LOOK: out for urinate trouble-dia- __

Sanford Herald, For the enlightenment betes. / OPPOSITE.CHIUSTIAN CHURCH.
'_ This Kisslmmeecltizen will show you f Original Prict
and edification of the gentleman how{o go to the rescu:. Under New Management, with Thorough Experience and Up-to-Daie

; '. who edits that most excellent Mr*. Et A. Barnes living In the Blacksmith, Wheelwright and Horseshoer.All I it.

., 1wl paper from which the above western"Doan's pan Kidney of Kissimmee Pills have Fla.aays helped me: I Will sell Woolen'' Dress Goods at ACTUAL GOS R

l 'item was clipped, we will say that so greatly that It pleases me to recom- Kinds Blacksmith, Wheelwright Work and Horseshoeing 1 LESS for the next.50 days ror Cash Only.

mend them. My back was very lame a Specialty. I
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the'reason the Seminole Land and .
at timesto auch an extent I-could .
'. Company selected the not lift anything or' straighten after .
stooping. My-roat at night.was fllful, ALL WORK TOSATISFY. H. C. STANFORD COMPANY
.? site near Kissimmee for the loca- and mornings it was all I could do to .

) 'tion of the old soldiers' dress mvself The kidney secretions .
colony was Solicit Yo JO--H'
also caused me owing Yoa"Rakt.; 0 R ON.Bargains
great annoyance .1. .
r, ,, that it found this totbe the healthiest to their two frequent action. Two Will Tr* t . i ir" 3>'r 1a J-r J1i3iPS135 ir 9r J6

--r 'f', locality In the United States boxes of Doan'a Kidney Prilu, obtained --
: from the Ktssimmee Drug Co.,cured
/'r. 'the soil producing:! more and better me, and since then I have enjoyed
Store !
at Cash ONLY THE
v rfrufts and vegetables, especially good For health.
: sale by all dealers. Price 50
i 'celory-withlessfertilixer: than any cents. Foster-Milburn: Co., Buffalo ,

' -ttb? r..:JlacaL irr_ Florida,._that land States.New York, sole agents for the. United White Lawn 40 in. wide. 15c per yard.

6 r#. could be bought for very little Remember the name-Doan's-an< Lace from 5c to 15c/per yard. ,

'1 ..D:' *5jSonev, th 8 people the county take no other. .- Dress Pants. $ $5.00 per pair. \ Purest : Drugs
Pair Stripe
h0mo\! t p tellJ.9t!, and'hospitable, TrunKs and Suit Cases at lowest prices.
1 to be the livest and G. F. KRIBBS
W_ And) ;Kissimmee Picture Frames from 25c to $3.50 each. \..

Frost progressive inland city in the ATTORNBY-AT-LAW. Crockery at the lowest prices, ...

1 a. stain. Prosperous Kissimmee i is Fancy Straw cost ARE SOLD BV '
/ : y'i: Office in the Court House=-Kis-
Best Shirts made for $1.00 each. \
". too, big and too generous. to be -
_ A... ; and simmee. Florida. Tinware at any' old price, .
town are
''; <\jeaious of any Wlttt whom will be associated in the The only place you can get the Beaver Brand Hat.

f' :t sorry to see Sanford's enterprisingr trial of causes the law firm of Osceola

": : /f paper assume' the. attitude portray- 1 Massey & Warlow, of Headquarters for the Best hoes in Town. Pharmacy.IW ,

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Kissimmee Gazette J. IIwBfifldltU Jeweler and watch repairer Have Just received an Importation ofcrpckeryWre children'
The Valleu Do this with List r rAt
men 19-tf your of pesIratleJPropert
that is well worth your : ....-'
\ trouble to i seel': Let us show it to you. N e fi bodi igfc Dprch School children should be a4 .
Pictures mounted and framed at the
TELEPHONE NO. 11. The Home Store.Engineers Close Prices. '
Home Store. plentifully and frequsatlj on Ouabw.Oata.
Swanson Crippen and It make th*\be t possible'
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAYBY Latest styles In ladles' shirt waists'at Dumar of the Atlantic Coast Line NOTICE AND INFORMATION breakfast for who I* to wofkvith 25,000 acres virgin timber tract of spine
H. C. StpnfcrddCo. passenger service were in town this aayon and cypress> seme-muck land and ;

week( attending circuit court as witnesseji , ( either brain or' mVacl*o._Jt'eUT' prairie; a natural game preserv.'I. : a.,. r l

___ W. B. MARFUS. The Home Store are agents for the Irj, the case of W. C.' Bass vs. The pastor, Rev. J. T. Mitchell; will to prow t>sis 1. sour' own M per acre. .

--. -=_----4-- WIJIt Star lAundry. Phone 154. A. C. L. Ry. Co. preach the second sermon of his series family. Increase the dally p' 26000 acres fn fee-timber boxed and

'. OFFICIAL WEATHER REPORT. Stove wood delivered town at The moving pictures and Illustrated Sunday" night, usingas his subject. ) 10. of Quaker Oats and ytou'll as. ready for sawmill at 12.60. The timber ,
/ in songs of the Goss-Bartell Co. at the "Repentance." bninedJata ImproVstn alone is worth prices asa.ed fot-
tMiperalure for week ending Thundai 11.00 per strand. I. an almost y
A Tenure 1 opera house Moodav, Tuesday and timber and land; on r.llroadI>
April W. 190* 10-if KISSIMMEE LUMBER Co. morning wil'lbaptize la tb health and ntTftT of those
-... I Wednesday evenings, surpassed by On Sunday the pastor Orange and grape'rultgroves abouk r
.. ''For Sale-5-room house: large 'lot, far any exhibition of the kind ever any infants that are presented, I who eat it. Packed In tin it InSf two thousand bearing trees with IS I, +

. M.a.l\ Mln: I LIt: 115 orange. trees. well Jooated, 650. given In Kissimmee.For and requests parents to consider this fresh and swat U any .um'ate .- acres cleared land and 126 acres In

""'" R. O. MEEK.! I Seven-room house furnished matter, and if convenient to have this dafinitol/ timber, all for' 18,000, cash o.OOO.., '1

': -1 I Judge J. D. Beffjrs of Orlando is ,for the summer: electric lights Important matter attended to. I I balance In one, two, three years dad i4
FrId.p ..' 72'9aurd1 among the prominent attorneys attending water, bath, and all conveniences; located 0 per cent. Interest. This is.good and
..... 110 tIf.: I I of The sixth chapter of the Epistle to T.d. RIVERS /{/ft D.
$\\1.0 7lIondar. court here this week. in center of business portion ]/ .. very cheap property for quick\ sale.
Sunday $$ 69 I town. Apply to W. G. Uankins at the Hebrews will be" the lestfon studied 1' A choice grove on hammock land,
Tuesday I 1'9 'I I Mrs. W. M. Moseley returned to I Kisslinoiee Drug Co. at the prayerroeiting on next Wednesday PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON nice lake front, 100 acres in timber' ",
'7 her home In Monday! after a night. Ever)'one in vited to attend. I excellent trucking land .
i 117 I 62 brief visit to relatives hare My office will\ hereafter be locatedon Office over Osceola PharmacyPHONE9 good dwelling _Us.2r.o .
In growing flowing
now crops
the second floor of Fraternity Hall
Mr. L. Van Duzor has purchased The Woman'sSociety Foreign Missionary Residence 153
WL l of One muck t.rucklDlllaael
and will be open every Saturday.: acres
will\ hol its : .
from Henry Silar six hundred acres of !regular monthly Office HI-! well located at S25 acre.
Hours 8: to 11 and 1 to 4. meeting We nesdfty afternoon at per
.V a11 NN land lying just north of town. on of hammock and landat
WN N11-N"nyNN P. G. WHITE. 200 acres pine
the church at 3
Judge W. R. Carter of Tampa has Optician and Refraction o DR.' LESLfE? W WEEDON $2.25 per acre for cash

I THE: LOCAL fl LD. been In the cltv this week attending I' Express Agent S. H. Cull presentedthis Mrs. W.'L. W clock I entertain the (5 60 acres pine land day sub-soil aft ?i

'I 1 business before the.circuit court. office with a half dozen fine cucumbers ladles of the "Talent Tea"on Specialist-Eve. Ear A per acre.'t,
Rosalie Booker of West grown on his garden adjoining Frfday afternoon the 7th, from 3 two-story ? f
Miss Key Nose and .Throal..... eluding piano, for$2100.Arteslan Water
I Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Droughtat the Rotundo celery farm. Mr. to 5 o'clock. These teas are proving } good garden nice location.
ty.MNNw. --"''''- --'''' their beautiful home on the Island Cull has"two acres planted in truck at to be quite interestingand beneficial, Half acre lot bearing fruit trees
ibis place, which Is thrifty and fine. as the-ladles tell of their varied experiences Private Hosoital. AmericanNa good dwell loll', convenient location
Wade the Tuner.l Orlando. d. D.'Carroll sold to P. Newman A in improving their talent's to
the Mr. C. C. Brown the new real estate make their contributions. tional Bank Building, Tampa, for $1660. The orange trees. alone will x
Co. tnls week all the timber on -.
New spring goods at H. C. Stanford? lands which he recently sold to Leonard man, purchased through M. Tiller's i Florida: Three miles interest.from town, 16 acre.with ;
Co. Agency this week the vacant Hall lot'just OQ Sunday morning a committee
across the street from the Fox house, some good muck and pine
appointed to confer and discuss
Dwellings, for rent apply to M.Shanlbarger. Have YOU ever used McCall'k patterns place in South Kl"lmmee, and will* was plans for the Sunday school picnic, to ,1-- land near railroad, for $600. Ten percent
Tiller. ? If not, try them and be con- erect a handsome residence thereon reduction for all cash.
Or- vinced. They are the best. At A. S. I this summer. i iI be given at an early date. W. :t... ri:: Jo.1': Four lake froLt lots for $400. i

For 9-flt. Gilbert's. 17-2t Have you seen the latest Singer Improvements i The pastor will preach at-the Shin- PHYSICIAN ANP' -IJUl.MlS. On Broadway, neat dwelllnr fot-
lando. Mr. T. R. Branning and little son in machines? Their No. I gle Creek M. E. church tonight. 1000.. ,

Capt. J. E-:; .Moseley of Gotha wasr Of Green Cove..Spring: were guests of I 66- with the Wheeler*&: Wilson attachment i REUDENCB PHONE 3.. KiatmMBE. : ,_ .. Corner lot Broaa..a-wItbi re t'.t

in town this week. Capt. and Mrs. H. G. Canova a few ", Is the perfection ITJ sewing ma I Orncc PHOMS V7. FMWIDA. building tort 1400,
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;. made to days this week. chines. Positively runs without ef For Sale at a Bargain. :
,r I : Doors and window screens fort. Cash or on time at the Home I J.V >iMrsoN _
.. order, at Bat, ns's shop Mrs: C. A. Carson returned home Store. Call.and see them One 7-room residence, Patrick's Ad-. DU'
last night: from Dania, where she has '
dition. J. M. WI JR
''., Sunday Mrs. John L. Beaman entertainedher DEN l'IST. LLSONz
i Patrick spent .
Mr: W. H> been visions' her parents, Hon. .and School class One 7-room residence. Bass Addition. ;' (. .
Sunday yesterdayafternoon. .
$ his at Umatllla. .. 1
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Mr J.'M. Bryan. -
rt liulldinyr.QPFICE FLORIDA
Mrs. Beaman has an 1n- Upstairs Katz KISSIMMEE,
1 ;: :.r and.wlndo> screens made to returned Tuesday" One 6-roono residence Mathew,,/ Ad-
Doors Leroy Overstreet teresting class of little bon who.Iook L" .: m''. ESTAT AND' jNSUfiANCl! '
order at Barna's shop, I from the. east coast where he has been forward to these entertafnmentqwiths ; "'dition.- $ UR8.f..':":30 "0 3012"m._-. c RBAI1
"I rl.ot10was'Ule eugaged-for ,the several"weeks lot of"pleasure. Refreshments of One bearing 6ranga"grove ..OOut'2751tree8. . Juno
Miss Mari Smith of t 1 '- T. 'ephoDP No. 7ft, a. Ijf
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week. packing'vegetables. Ice cream and cake was served. -
here this .
of friends :
10'N guest - -- yeta/lr/k
: .' These can be had cheap on reasonable Atxee
Chas. Wilson was up from Nichols LOST-S. & W. special .38, about flinch C. Buckels has two acres of watermelons I terms W. W. CARSON C. D. S. r- : 1

this week on visit to his family.Nunnally'B barrel, in leather qase,bright gun, on his Shingle Creek .place WATER &-CARSON GROT-Co. M. TILLER
a little rusty. (15 reward if left at which are looking fine and are unusu- I DENTAL P PARLORS

candles fresh every weekat } Miller's barber shoo. ally advanced for this season. He RIV/ERB
the Klsslmmee\ Drug Co. report the vines well fruited and I i To LAUNDRY PATTRONS AND OTHERS OVER OSCEOLA PHARMACY Real Estate Agency.
Among the out of town attorneys attending that some of the melons are now as i : Beginning tomorrow, the Home -
Splendid assortment of dress ginghams circuit court\ this week are: large as a persona bead. He expects Store will olose'a't 9 p. m. Satarday. i .. __

,, T at H. C. Stanford Co, T. P. V'll.rlow. L. G. Starbuck. and to hive., ripe melons by May 15th. OPFIOB I MOO-18' 18 J To'a '7f. 1. Realty'bought! and sold. t tcG i .

H. Jones of Orlando.Mr. : +
,' For Sale-A good pair of mules Joseph! Mrs. MG.- Godrrey, a graduate In Houses rented. It

.J. W. MII4.ER. S. E. Bass of Macon, Ga. is dressmaking is now ready to receive Roberts Niemeyer Co. Taxes paid and Titles verIfied -. ,
here a visit to his wife, who bat work at her residence the two BULLOCK s
For all kinds of fine repair work ODfurnltureetc.oto on -story S. II.
Bsrns's job shop. been 111 for some time at the home of house fronting-the railroad and knownas NOVELTY WORKS = for non-retidents. i
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her sister, Mrs. R. T. Butler. the Jennings cottage. s She cordially Fire, Life arid Accident In- II
Improvements all readers of this Scroll. and Turned Work
( Mr. H. M Pfanq Is making some Mrs. J. W. Watson"returned from invites lady pa t surance. -

on his dwelling this week. Miami last night, where she has beenon per who have their work done to give Factory la equipped with tha meeaaarymachinery REAL ESTATE ctI Indemnity Bonds. t "'I'
Satisfaction is assured.
1 of Bradentown an extended visit to the family of hera.tflat. ,and .. In eham of l.r.R. U An.---wr.---/k. /
L. P. Hughey
Mr. her son Hon. J. W. Watson.For Rev. C. M. Brlttain in town RoIMoa thorouih mechanic which .la aau.nnte.of INSURANCEExamination .
:' frlendl here Tuelday.j' was
was greetln old work belnr well don. and _ _.. J
Wednesday In'the interest ofthe Florida -
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in desirable delivered
on Sale Five-room cottage -
l. For all kids of IIno repair work Baptist Witness of-whlch he is I DROPSY f'

. >; ,.: i furniture ..aOLO Barns'l job .hop. Large tot.residence and good portion well of of Kissimmee.water. now one of the editors and publishers. Grits Meal and Feed Stuffs-Mill :1 : of Titles a
The Witness is now published at Jacksonville ASTHMAPILES
; ,;, All kinds: f white goods lacetl and ARTHUR E. DojmjAN.If. and under tLe management ,I (jAI DINj$ UN SATURDAYS

S' fr,. embroiderie at A. 8. Oflbert's 172tf you want magazine: that Is up to of Messrs. Brlctaln and Edwards the I Specialty.'j CANCERIn +

: r Ladle.' r ady'made skirts In ..n4 date In styles subscribe for McCalPs. paper has been greatly improved. Factory locaird l north of ftiirh/ School!1 any form cured and prices rea y

. ... styles and Jon at B. C. Stanford It's the best. Send us 60b and/aret/ a'' Mr. Brittatn has resigned the pastorate building alongside Uidl-nxl Railroad |,. Correspondence Solicited.' sonable. Address r ,
f. free pattern. A. S. Gilbert. ..11-2t I of the Lake City Baptist church -- --- *
of Co. and will move to Jacksonville and devote PIL.K8I PILKSI PILK3I I PR. JOHN T. rATTEMON. Atl sts. C*.
P .1 ,' Mrs Leona WIlllamsofLoughman Get youscho l supplies from the his whole time to the Wllllama' Indian PIle Ololrn.ul wi'"au.. - ,
the day l _town, shopping Tues Kissimmee Drug Company. They Blind. Bleedlnic au<1 -liliifr. pll s ItateorMthotumors.eststheltebogatone ,

'"!II dtr pent)'. ji I carry a full\ line, and If they haven'1 Wednesdays Tampa Tribune states a poultice: elves I IDMHII' rttiet. *, 'r'itm-, : I I Bargains BLISS' 1
what you want will\ order it for you. that Mr. S. B. Aultman has purchased Indian File Olnlrnrnt la prnrrd for Pllvo an ,
and Mrs. ..
:Mr. anddrs-_ -ST ople1 controlling Interest in 'the Nrt Hold only by tIM I IOeecula
a acompanyreoently Itohlnv of prlv.t.1'|
'-..y-ofEbughman spent yesterday In The American Woman's League will formed in that city to : PharBnev. .. n. I
', town. I meet at the Graystone tomorrow a patent known a* the ami-friction promote In all kinds of Real Estate, FORSPRING '
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, ( Saturday) ,afternoon at 4 o'clock.
t W. S. Harwell has purchased bearing of which company Capt. W. Fire and Life Insurance and
JMr. All interested are requested to
1 P\T., Butler's vacant lot on Mabbette B Dent)am of the Tampa Northern Armour's' Fertilizers. Renting ILLS

..t 8 lees. railway Is president. The Tribune I and Collecting Rents.'a
I The Seminole Land and InvestmentCompany I It states that Mr. Aultman purchased s

Use Plank's Chill Tonic. Guaranteed. purchased this week 2,000 I $33,800 worth of the stock and will ,go Specialty. Taxes paid -for Springtime Is sicktime. .
Price 25 cents. Sold by all t acres of land"bn the wes side of Lake to Chicago in a few days, where he ar y 7 to tha Non-residents. ,
v druggists. u.117-8 ,Tohopekallga adjoining the Old Soldiers' : bas completed):,\ Arrangements, for' 'a possible tn......-_ I. ......, Purify the blood-cleanse

.Wanted-To buy work horse. ARr Colony lands. : demonstration. \, of the device( On axillae been but It iBtprovias take*time: and flower Bonry.ana vegetable We have +t R. O. MEEK the system-; by the simple

.4 W LILLY, and effective herbs
'ply to JAS. and'also seedsforover5oye.n Morethacseas roots
r; :,. Park Hotel. Singer Sewing. Machines oars.A deal was made yesterday by R. O.. people are workraa to ..lto Verrr'a and barks contained in
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I Wheeler & Wilson's and I madhine \ eeda.atoouy the teat yerry-a. Kissimmee Fta. K
Meek which Mr. Floyd L. ,
through .
traded his Home Store. For eaSe evwywbera.rtmirvf _
-- Dr. W. L. Wlnn has : runabout supplies! for sa\le at the I ,
Forbes of Lynchburg,Va., becomes the fao mtta ANNUAL
to W. B. Makinson for a large Cash or installments. Everybody can of C. W. Ward's One Shingle aCE ON mfnve r.O. '

N. Reo touring car. afford to buy a machine. ; Creek owner grove. This is one of the finest I .M.PCMIV*CO.DeereM,...... 1 1i W; l. M DUZOB ,BLISS HEM, \

Mrs. F. W. Hill and son, Victor, of The regular meeting of St. Johns grove properties In this section and \

) Nafcoossee spent Tuesday in town Guild will be held at the residence of Mr. Forbes Is to be congratulated on SEEDSOsceola The cost is but half-a-
this purchase. Mr. Forbes ts) !i a
Chopping.ior Mrs iSingletary On Tuesday afternoon. a you nil '
good May 4th, at 4 o'clock. All membersare man and unmarried He expects to cent a day to rid the blood "

Ollvertypewriwrand and on easy cordially invited to be present.Mr. com here to live next: winter, and the;; -, j of the poison that causes .4
-r -_term machine, cheap MEEK. Valley Gazette bespeaks for bun _ft Boils Pimples, and other
R. Ernest Mach returned home cordial welcome from our citizens. REAL ESTATE'KiSSIMMEE r

Kenneth utter has purchased fromJ. from the East Coast last'week, wherehe The Robertl- Co. has County Skin Eruptions. 200 Tab-
had been with one of his teams assisting emeyer com- lets for A Guaran-,, y
his old residence ,
R. Grave Jr., pleted its 'factory and installed the I'teetocureormooe
West Klulm ee. \ the growers in getting their machinery and Is )" back :. K sAsk
now ; .
. in necessary pre- .
fields the Abstract
.oJ vegetables from the J(*> sta Company f
pared to accept bi'ders for any kind of FLORIDA
numerous :
Bliss Almanac'and
J Real estate sale \are so tion. for a
\ and turned work and the fact .
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4 W. L. Van Duzor has sold 120 acres, that thoiplant' is in charge of Mr. I learn fully about this
j'i 4. track of them. all. ot land adjoining the Runnymede Ho Roberts, who is a thorough mechanic, 1 O. P. GARRETT Manager. Laundry. old-fashioned remedy. l'

Mr.. Frank ayres, one oi rlando's tel to Dr. Ayer, a wealthy clubman of is a guarantee that the firm will do The agency for the White Star '
:: !I leading contractors, was: tra actlnll Cincinnati, who expects to divide! up nothing but the best of work. This Real estate laundry is now at the Home Store Made by BUSS In Wash-
business here Monday. '.: the property and bring a number of firm deserves the oatronage of our Titles examined sod reported on .. and If you wish to have the boy callon ington D. C.rORSALBBY.

\ hare really good piano. Kun- his friends here who will build nice people and no doubt will receive it. Taxes paid for non-resident you weekly, just ring up 154. and
We a This Is without homes and establish a winter resort at The company has also Installed a grits Instruments relating to real estavcarefully you.will be put on our list, and calledon
;, ball make for sale. "" .
"r' bariraln. A t360 Instrument that place. The property lies along meal and feed stuffs mill, and will doerindiog drawnCorrespondence weekly-: The work is all done fean : .'
( doubt and Is splendidly situated : Saturdays Their "ad" efficient manneiand I
00 at Tampa
The Home Solicited.
for tl&O if cold at once. J. W: HAMPTON
y Store. for this purpose. be found in another column. prices, i I I

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Captain Clay,Johnsofl Sr,,. .Captatnl Clay) Johnson, Jr. :.. .-

Regular veekly trips Baaslnger ad 'return Roseada leaves. ]KlsaMssy, ;

nee Tuesday morning and arrives JUsilmme Friday evening '

Special Charter Trip to Lake Okeec. >'obe and Fort Myers on Ue LllUe.

: \: Comfortable .accommodation' for pa*seageri. Rates reasonable, ,..* .

rt Ilust oif ;Muchlnerj-: .. the plaft and follow only that. .of high The most picturesque Waterway In Florida I '

!r Take one-Wlf' I( ounce' !isniphor; _culture. Tot Passenger and Freight/ Rates apply to ,

A dissolve In trfie pound q.melted-.tard; From the time the trees are set we CLAY JOHNSON SR.. Proprietor. ',1
I 4 Oa boa '1 "JJllte Rl lmm.. It*
tQ1jeQne( uck lend as will give Iraq I keep the sod under regular annual .

3I 3 .. ...." from' coClean> the machinery and tillage"frqm the early spring to July1st -
I < ara mMI W 4 smea with this ml rture. After twen- to 15 til. This keeps the soil in I e .

jtj-four hours rub clean with a soft the. best possible Condition for the i

Lry' I Urfen clotM .It 'will keep, cleqn fqr mos :xperfect development of both I

booths under'ordlnjrycircumstances;; tree-nud...frvlt.- -Tbe'-1Ioll-that; is-best, u_
'( Underbrush suited to the growing ,apples of ..p'R'INTING _

Goats for the highest quality Is a 'limestone,

...."'!J'-.."....." ...-"'- -. Farmer in tho vicinity( of Law- with a combination of clay and loam.
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rencebur. Ind, have found that a In'a soil of this character' there is a
H. O. Slmmoas. one of the most brilliant amateur phqk>grapher8 herd of givits wl>J clear the under-. large quantity of potential plant '

.I In New York City was doing Coney: Island In, June 1908, accjmpan'ed by brush frenn\a farm"4n a few months I food, and thorough tillage will liber- OF ALL KINDS :.
111* comrade 'camera. Without thought of taking a 1 plcturexnls peregrinations and do a goqd Job |tt moderate cost. ate this In the right proportion to .

brought him abreast ale attraction whore] the star aeCor was a diving For the last .n>'e years\a herd of forty I meet the needs of trees and gIve them ,

,, horse. Ha arrived Just as the animal poised .tor Ms'forty-flve-foot leap. goats has been eating; and working not only rapid but also the best possible -

Intuitively Mr. Simmons aimed his Instrument/ took _a skilful snap und there and in that time the animals development.-George.. T. "Pow y Executed'if i ) the Best Manner -
Caught the above remarkable picture. Time;, One-six ]hundredth second have changed owners ten times. -

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and at Reasonable Figures.
Fruit Trees In Poultry Runs. Power on the Farm.: ..

Tent Lied, 'n" a Coat. Some" Now "'..rill!. Fruit trees: should be planted in the :Most farmers seem to regard the

The problem of the transportation! A correspondent welcomes<<" the new poultry runs. Fowls take naturally farm power house as pertaining to --. ------
t ct the.tent has always been a (Uffloult words "ablator" add "aviation." but to the woods I; and brush, and flnd 'the steam or gasoline engine but for a .

one for the huntsman tolsojxe' _Be- asks whether<<" If "navls" gives "navi there much insect food that is ,gq'od the man who .has a creek or small

l .ides being heavy, the t"nrT8 cumber- gator" and "t1a'lgatloD."avls" for them and Injurious to the trees. overflowing. stream' on his place what | Roosevelt, Scrapper.. ./

come to handle. A San Francisco Inventor should not give "avlgator" and "avl- Apple;, mulberry; pear, plum 'and !is better than water power* FOR OUT DOOR WORKIN l Four grimy urchins sat on Jtho

Il baa devised an exceedingly gation However, he adds tolerant- cherry 1 '-so11' and location is It has 'one great advantage:(,the THE: WETTEST WEATHERi street curb eulogizing Presl CUT

""tmiijae sad simple arrangement l- 1>',- ve-must-not have.too( -great a regard auitable| :,' may be 4JlantedLUi-lhepcult) flrsiL-cost Ja_practically the only COit.I NOTHING EtUAL3'r Roosevelt -

the tent which makes transportation for such niceties after having 'try yard, and the. profit from the I Then why not It you fortunate / I .toWER.5 "Say, dat guy' Roosevelt '11 fight at

allowed such words as "culorodjne" fruit should'almost equal that from I i as to have the water build. a small r de drop of de tat!" declared ono -

A w (literally: "green palu") to become the hens, thus giving beat results power house at the side of the creek I I r. 1 -; youngster-. with wldejied eyes "1

from the ground occupied.-Farm- and use the water ? It could ..
{ current. : power '1siI -- read In de paper only last *eek wber -

Another: new word which I noticed ers'- Home -Journal. 'be ueet. to advantage for ,pumping I WATE.RPROOP'OILED he. bit a man's ear offI.! ; ,--
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: : on the hoardings'\ of a neighboring I None of the others 'had read that,

town Is "pkturt'dr 'mp." which being BROOME GRASS A FORAGE PLANT. i GARMENTS however, so they eargerly requestedthe

/ t strlrtly Interpreted, would be a speaker to give the details.
r picture racecourse-net '0. "bad name Will Stand Drought;<1 Severe Cold. I THEY LOOK WELL-WEAR WELL "It "wee like' die aiccorrtln' to do
( for a cinematograph show. And thisnaturally p\cpt'r! ," explained he. "Durln1 a discussion
.' LON:; OATS-322.fr3fl
l .. leads me to the skating rink In de White (House over A
1 I advertisements, which announce that V surrafixer measure de President was In favor of
I there are "three sessions dally" r ... .
i ij one of de' pl\rty'started to say some
which, since It presumably does not A. .Tow.w. CO. BOSTON.. a.lbwta thin' against It, when de President j
/ refer to skating accidents, gives us : CANADWAlSTEDLady IAN Co. UMITTOTORONTO' CAM,
ruletly; % leaned over a.ndtot/ dls guy'sear'
: quite a new metui4'iLtor an old word, I
. "-The Circle \IasnzlnPXCl'RION : "
remarkably different! front Its original __ A__ _
,one,-:Manchester Guardian. LAealFIED ADVERTIBEMENT8} 1CA1 El!:*

--- T.D. To KnuliTlllv, Ky., end Return, for H uthru -
For Catching Animals. .. .ADT AU.1fT8 WA\ .- II"i>tUt Convention, May 1.1l, 1110.,
&Prot.tnstl parla of the \1!_ Atlanta, Ittrntnaa.m Atlantic Itfll.ketn .
Any person who has tried to catcha to adrrrtlae aau aril will, b.. sold May 10th to 13th IniluilvMWlth .
f pIg or other small animal In even b\\ H "Black Crow Sttx-kan to wvaran Good COIII- return limit May 32nd H'OJ
nlaalon A comparatively restricted space will BLACK Cw>w STOCKIK CO.. Nawton_ N.Q. C.oee oouuaotloBi at Atlanta alit Birmingham
with art tide for LoulnTlllv.ttuknt tlee
appreciate the<<" value of the animal
but hear all
\ Tell not all you bear agent.
catcher Invented by an Oklahoman. you tell
I Sago remarks suit
may Home persons
) .Section of Tent Makes Excellent Coat. By means of this\, dev;lo: ,capture! -- --- ---- --- -
/ cured < but there are others who do
Itch in SO: minutes by 'Voolford'8SaQ1tary
of elusive little beast made
comparatively -
---- 1ls /\j Lotion Never fatla. At dmggnata, Hoi( HK.4 page. ; aM a seasoning! ,
J easy. As shown In the accompanying
t' Mnstration.. this tent can be dlsasisemblod : be much in demand among farmers a Recovery of a Measures i Pl"Op-leTalk About Good Things.Twelve .
'I Into sections and converted and butchers. The contrivance consists I >-ear.'u3<> f iw people know of .
sitting such pnipuriition tM a I'owder for the
The explorers were one on H
;Into one articles of apparel l of a pair of grappling .tongs
or more / t Fret T 1 side of the president when Dr
it can thus be conveniently and easily with pivoted curved jaws and fold- V. each Allen's Foot-EHSf have burn tots year after

.. transported tJy the members of the Stein produced from his ,.,valstroat ', year uy grateful perwmH, it is tiidiapenitab
pocket a ..:call spring tape measure In .e to tmlllonH It is desuly mholvatiirue.hauling
It of Inestimable
camping party, making: and antuwptic and gives rent auJcomfort
value to troops, huntsmen and a tiny aluminum drum _*t Is a very to tirnd aching frct

campers generally The tent shown I J curious thing" said Dr Stein. but In ,It cures whim you walk Over wxnio
''Ve4 A'' 1906 when I was In eastern Tibet I ktimonial Imitationa pay the dealer alarger
,bere Is composed of a number of detachable t .
+ profit; otherwise you would uevec
4 triangular sections, each section I picked up this measure at the fool be offered a nubrititut fur Allun'a Foot- (' ,
old ruin. I have carried It ever Fates lid der. Ask for
being adapted to be folded upon of an original foot pow
t 'Itself and secured at the edges to t since and use It constantly" I Allen's Foot-Einn. and c see that, you get it.

,,4 form a poncho. For connecting the e Dr. Sven Hedin took the measure Don't call! a boy a chit off tho oM

sections( the tent together buttons In ibis hand. "This is mine." he.aal 'I block 'Just 'because he Is a blockhead ...

,and buttonholes.are,employed. When at once "I lost It In Tibet In 1901'. '
.. \
} .
for COLDS .
:y.\ _using the tent section as a poncho the V"i v and he nean d'the: spot -where he bellev -Rich's CArtmiHB 1* the but r m..5jrrallfv J.'
arms are passed through the con ) y ..d he had dropped It;' 'with't/14/ ** the .aching and f..eriehntr-cures

nected edges between 1 the; buttons, 1 Q number of mile It, was dlstantitroo) me liquid Cold irwu and..'|_oim 4lai normal.lT. condid tea, ato.a. .h'1'...... '

.' and any'device'auch asa, string is .4t 't aoertaln, 'great' lake.,,;Thls'-proved U, tmu atdrm storm, '

i, tied about the waist. The device thus be the spot where It'''was found.-.Pal The \heart of the enthusiast beats .
s :applled gives the' wearer free use of C. : \ Mall Gazette. high/ and Is ready for* the actualities
tls arms and provides a garment fltJng I I "v of life By comvarlaon'tbe slow man

s ''< with-closeness for comfort and t One Way He Could He ...--- has no sbow. f

l, J"f" !protection for the wearer. By joinIng 1 . f An eastern colll"gegraduato STATS or OHIO. CITY or TOLEDO I .
__ two sections a shelter tent can be applied for work In a Michigan LCCAS COUWTT, t tKRAXK w
Dade The pole ,1s constructed of a lumber carafe, He was : : J. CIIEIKT: makes oath that t>* i.i Is
i senior partner of the firm of F.J.CHE5trr Jt
j 'number: of convenient-sized faction, ( : told to get busy end of a Co., doing tt\uantf Mff f.City tt Toledo

t .Which can be distributed among any J .. croassllthe other end being In County and Mat aTorMaid: and that _id.IIrm..1I .
II number hunters etc., together with Jaw Seizes the Leg. - - -- - - change of an old and experienced lumerman. paythesumofowtvtuNyjttti: : >>oir
The common name of tbls grass is smooth broome grass. It Is a nativeof LAPS fpr aeb and Try ease of 'oVrAnan:
,: the; ponchos and the entire tent in first all went well; batat
At \
*", able arms. One of these arms fits Europe and Asia. From the fact that It is said to have been Introducedinto that cannot be cured by the-use 0 t fkt.L'a
1t thIs
manner carried from one place the end of the second day the CATARlIlIL"tnts.1f..1f1I.J.: .iiWca.;
over a-poj.e and a" Is slipped this country from Austria-Hungary, it Is often called Austrian or Hungarian -
a to another without entailing' any inconvenience rope man's strength' began to wane- Sworn: to and subecnbad ia my -- ":
but. on the contrary, through a ring at one end and passed broome grass. It is easily distinguished from all other common young presence. thy 6tb day of 1)*c iaher, A. J.. ;-
smooth usually beardless chaff. The seed Suddenly the old man stopped the IfiSO. A. W. OL.A80ft.,
the hunter with weatherproof through a ring at the end of the other broome grasses by Its glumes or
providing a -
;ff garment.-Washington Star. arm at the same time being slipped should be sown In liberal quantities on well prepared ground. The forage saw and "spat. "I (MaH'aC sEAL.I tarrbCur laUkaiiint Notary.mallyand 1
'. j through a short chain at the Inter- made by this grass is coarse but It U of excellent quality. The grass seems "Sonny he said, not unkindly' act rfsractlr. on the blood and mucous anr- t%
''t',. or..ll. g ...... section. In using the catcher, the able to endure drought and also withstands considerable degrees of cold.
11; '\.I" Our Love of Britain. operator seizes the animal's leg with Air-dried samples analyze about-len per cent protein which makes It exceedingly if it's Jest the lame to you I wishyou'd F.J.lllawevaCo.ToledoO.. ; .TT.!
: Sold M nil l)ruft at" 7Sc ,,
. Referring to the navy the President the jaws of the instrument; and pulls : valuable for feeding, keep yer feet off the ground. Take nail's Family PlUs-for eonstipation. |li
the Board of Trade Informs i- .Everybody's tMagatln, tf
f of the rope which closes the jaws tight i -H..I-I.-I i ii i ii n '

\ Uf >that so far as Liberals are concerned'they I I ,-- - Advantages of the SOo. water for the stock for running a FOOD PACTS Our National Wealth. ,:/

I ', 'will never concur In the Conservation The silo has opened advantages to small electric dynamo to furnish light I What an ftj. D. Learn d. in 1830 theUnited States held the wt::

a, Inclusion of the United States as one The resources of the earth are the dairymen in other countries where for the house and barn even (If :you fourth rank among the manufacturing "

; '";of, /the: two hypothetical powers 'basis of our national wealth. By I, corn does not mature. In England have sufficient\ power) with the aid A prominent Georgia physician) natlbos.. Great Britain, France rend
'."wh m weought to build. means of them alone, in material of the electric cooking plates now to '
unfavorable which Germany were ahead of us, In
\ where the conditions went through a f9od/experlence
iTbls-a.-we have hinted before would things, comes leadership the be had at reasonable prices for cookIng '*'
:"b I among for production .of matured crops of be makes public: the order named. We paesed Great .
,would all right if the fact that The .
1.f nations. conservation movementnow for fodder .. "It was that Britain In and today the
"' corn the farmers sow corn my own experience 1S80 aggregate .;
Americans, love us were as well i fully under way embraces Then there Is the sewing
the store In the silo and then 'grow machine. tint led me to advocate Grape-Nuts J of our auuMifactures equals \
.1;> .know : in America as-It la here.*- forest movement as one of its sources It requires a small motor and
the. land from very and I also know from having Threat "Britain
a crop of turnips on food that of Germany and M!

.1, Londoh, .. | -,Punch.___ ____ _____ aid great divisions. Thus the cause which' they took the fodder. The very little current to run this so 'a prescribed It to convalescents and France combined The Value of our 4t
''; of forest conservation throughout the same system can be practiced In this small dynamo will! furnish/ power other weak patients, that the food Is products manufactures has doubled '
Ho.Woul'd you like to see womi country has won a powerful ally anda through the day.
wonderful rebullder and restorer
often a
too 3
country but'our farmers are since 1888. The value of our exJ.
'''';''i' a'TOters, : at> the pols} ? Nob-"Yes.'indeed. more.effective support for the work content with one crop, and thus By the use ot, a little line shafting or nerve and brain tissue as well as of manufactures has ]

r At the North and South I that lies Just before us.-Glfford! Pln- do not derive as much from the landas the wheel may be used to run a feed muscle. It Improves the digestion ports doubled
In the value of the
since 1898.

!:,;, Pole. ;Sewanee Tiger. chot, in New England Magazine.: is possible'to be obtained. The grinder, or a fanning mill grindstone and sick patients always gain Just as property
iJ. 1 represented, manufactures
Is farmer drill press churn separator etc. I did In strength and weight very rap-
land In England; high
;i---4: THOUGHTFUL. WAITER. In well doean' rank third among the peat activities
I ,' theHo'nothesl- ,case your- o-JlUJ1Pl- """'"
. I pay hlg1rTentsbut '
:'p* 'gf I __ , '_ tata to apply manures and fertilizers plenty of, water for stock, put in a idly."I was in such a low state that I of, the and TJnlted the States railroads, agriculture second '
being .first(
small tank the suction
liberally because in that way only pump run had to give up my work entirely and
can they get large crops In return pump with a strainer on the end into went to the mountains of this state but In the number pf persona employed ',

Farmers Home Journal. the creek below the wheel and pump but two months there did not Improveme agriculture !. the only Interest "

a ---. the creek water to your stock. ; in fact, I was nqt quite as well as which leads manufactures (Manufactures -

Thorough Tillage For Apples.At In case one puts In a pneumatlo when J left home. 1s fAr a'head of agrloultura in

pressure tank one may at a very "My food did not sustain me and the value of the products Tho
Orchard Farm at Ghent N. T. little more"expense arrange It so AS It became'plain., that I must change. money invested In .manufactures rep-

lying at the foothills of the Berkshires to be self-regulating giving a constant Then I began to use Grape-Nuts food resent.eneighthof the value of all .

s' ; and in the valley of the Hudson water pressure and In two weeks I could walk a mile the real and personal property In
r41r k r cultivating about 100 j'
we are
have In regard to the wheel there are without fatigue and In five weeks the country. The United State. manufactures -* -....
.r acres of apple orehards-and we several types. Where there is sufficient returned to my home and practice cent of all the
o fIr systems both 35 per manufactured
tested two-
t' tried and fait I think perhaps the enclosed taking up hard work again. SInce
+ product of the world
F-1 of which have their advocates- one Tbe'i'
wheel Is best or the water that time I have felt as well and
value of the farm property of the .
of the
tieMeheWw/es 3 tp T of annual cultivation or tillage turbine.. However the overshot strong as I ever did In my life.,.._
H yi 0'j soil, and the other the sod and mulch United States Increased from fT.MO-
wheel with the least amount "As a physician who seek to help
method. While there are occasional all'sufferers I (000.000() In 1800 tl) 20.6U,000.000 In' *
consider It
of water. ''vuJf \ a duty to f
farms where the conditions are favor- J make these facts public." 1900 end it >ls about $25.000,000,000 *t tIn
The farmer- who U fortunate
: tea. able for growing apples on the sod enough to have this cheap power will Trial 10 days on Qrape-Nuts when 1S08.-
r mulch plan, they are exceptions, andas find many uses to which it' may be the regular food does not seem, to-IUe-
k" a method It Is not to be generally. put. and, will flnd it saves time work taln'the body will work mlraelea.Tbere'.a THE) UNINWTRUiCTfflD! DEL.DOATK -
followed. >M.Prlscllla .
': recommended or and money-J. 8. D., in the Indiana Reason. .
: After several years of trial with Farmer. Look>ln pkgs.: for the famous little smiled coyly. ,

three different plots of trees, under book: "The Road to Wallvllle." "Are you instructed for (IMItas Stan

S sod and -mulch. In which we failedto Ever read the above letter? A new dish or merely told te use every honorable
Work at Hlogo have just complet.ed .
get' either a satisfactory. growth, oste1 appears from lime to tune Theyare means? tHerewith
of trees; or anything "** good the brat modern locomotive ever history began to mt.1t.'N ..-
genuine, and of human
'' carefal'ofithe .. entl j tnle. toll .
pgp, maJ1. jig soot that ithas.thumbs.
tt'-r QValta TleU of fruit we have-"thrown eat built in Japan. interest. -- w York Sun
scalded bot ;"-.Meggendorfor Blaetter.. I


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"WHAT ARE XOU''GOING TO DO'ABOUT ITI"' 7? "tin-f ffc ,TIn.csn*.
,:1'J hs"unpreteou.; uir aajljiput to

COLDSCURED good use tn r veTj\.Arlonap3rtnlnt, ; r

In 1 : camp' and' BO k>n u I If: left. oa the i I\

4 hillsidestmbe nU>bIe> y the pensive.'

. -. '.: ': ,'4r,, IN ONE DAY goat Particularly; at Blsbee, Clifton:
.. 41
>> ., '.1' '. ,,' I aa4 .Jerome the caw/sad all other '"

/ .y 'tt..t. ,3.. 0.' ,.. : ..... crap iron arallaile are gathered' u=,

,:" 1'"I\ : ; I aDd.bea.P 4"li to longtrougia and Into .

.. t .. ,! ., .. I ,. TaU for tbe precipitation.of,", ater

I ....t" . I",' \. .." .1 that 1.! pumPed from, toe._ copper: : I'N
... Jn .olutlon eI
oarryln ,
: .. ,.... mines
I ,. The'Iron Is rexMatty
withsulphur. I
"' .. _. !
\..' lilY' copper,
,. '. eaten away and replaced
, V ,"-IM I forming. ha.t I. !mown .. "slime.: tw
r runsdrean'se to 80 per cent In,
of *
the red metal Tie
r Thewater,
II almoat nothing.
1 . af niiroa'a) Cold Remedy* Heller** ,the acing U particular1y -
'. head, throat and tang almost immediately from the Jerome: mines
I getNO d ) Cbecks Percn, mtof Discharges of strong and It: 1i told UxathoTels
:= --. tb. ao.../;takM away all acbr and pain In .0000e of
r \ .r jI caue4 tor.colda.__ It.curse Grip and ok and plc..cIUpo""r-<: : -
-. --- -- 7- 1f i wJ' tlnate Cotigbs and ..prvat Pneumonia. the; damp I.'.-..I.tb
r NFSO" Price 25c. -wflilch eventually
/ Have you till or swollen Joint no matter temper of the metal,
l 1 how chronic Aik.ypur druggist for entirely replaced by copper

:.. 6 $ bow Uanjroo'a' quickly: Rbeumatlim you will b.Remedy eared. and see. Ore will running be IS per east copper has A womarrwho'!is sick i and suffering? won't"'at least

I l It yell bar any. kidney or bladder trouble been found on the 1100 level of theShattuck try a medicine;;\ which has:: the recb/d of Lydia E, Pmkh' m's
rt Munyoa' Kidney Remedy fine
II1 Strong Munjron'a sad rtitorea Vltallnr loot m..oowtn.... weak. into sulphide edgc mine whose in Dlabee dlmensloris In a nave ,Vegetable: Compound, is to blame for her own, wretched ,

conditions"w pat
I1 I not yet
T! "Annie: < Sleeping where's 'papaT Sound. . Times.WHAT . There are literally hundreds of thousands of women in: '

I "He's Bleeping the United States who have been benefited by this famous

"Wore you" upstairs: dear?" I COLORS-SHALL I USE' ? old remedy,.which was produced from roots and herbs over1'

l, "Then"No. mia bow do you know he's This Question I. Important In Paint. thirty years ago by a woman to relieve woman's suffering.

Ins a House or Other Building .
asleep I Read what these women : '
'"I heard him doing It. He' sleeping A proper color scheme Is extremely:: say. f

f out loud."-Illustrated Bits. Important in painting a house. It Camden N. T.- It Is with pleasure that I send my te tlmo-. a

/ / makes: all the difference between a nlal for Lydia E. Pinkham's vegetable Compound hoping 1C

Tetterine Wr Poison Oak. really at tract!fe homeland one at may Induce other suffering. women to avail themselves- ) of tha

),fro J. T. Shuptrlne. Savannah O*. which you wouldn't take a second benefit of this valuable remedy."I .
t .. Dear Sir:-1 encloao 60 cent In alampa glance.. And It makes a big difference from pains In my back and side, sick headaches .
for a box of Te-ttrlne. have poison ---
; h1- tired and rlervonratl the mt"fRnd-.o-wpak"I7'
oakon me again. and la all that In the: p ricethe property will no appetite was .
ever has cured It.' Pleaae hurry It on to. bring on the market could hardly, stand. Lydia 12.: Pinkham's Vegetable Compound +,,
... M. F. Hamlet this valuable shall
Yours made me. a well womanT-and medicine
V \ldontalbs.: Tex? May 11. 01 As to the exterior:: a good deal depends Mrs. W. P. IK'J
Valentine Lincoln
-Cartoon by Davi'nport in the New York. Evening Malt Tetterlne cure Eczema Titter *RlnrWormr ; the sire and always have; my praise. |
upon architectureof
Ave., Caraden N..J. I I
" --Ground Itch Itching Piles. Infant i
'. Sore Head Plmplei. Bolls. KOM.CI tbe house and upon Its surround
. STANDARD OIL CXSIfIfPUr'lK FOOD AND DRUGS Scaly Patch on the riser Old Itching- ings. For a' good interior effect you Erie, Pa.-r Sorea. Dandruff Cankered. Scalp Uun- at last was almost helpless. I tried three doctors but they did
Ion. Corn.. Chilblain and every form of mu.t consider the size of the rooms '
,. me no !irood. 1\IYllllltel' advised me to try Lydia E. Plnkham'svVegetable
Tetterln 60c TeitfHne
Skin Dlatane ; the \light etc.
Soap S6o Your drucajat' or by mall from and it has made me Mel and strong. I
, iBdlvWaal-Stockholders )Reinvest In Restaurants and PharmaciesThousandsI the manufacturer, ,, The flhuptrlne Co., You can avoid disappointment by hope all comr.ouod. will Just give Lydia K.: Plnk lant'a)
'. Savannah Oa. studying the books of color schemes Vegetable Compound a trial, for It Is worth its weight In Irol ." 'Q
I Soap and Alsortn Candles-Busy Department at flo. 26 Broadway I for both-exterior and Interior painting -Mrs. J. 1'. Endllch, 11. I". L!'7, Erie, Pa.

Seeks Opportunities Far and Near-Has Enough In PetroleumNo OOMPACT rVERQY: which cane had free by writing
Crank: 'What Is the) power of Since all testimonials which we ub-. it
Beofrse National Lead C 1902 Trinity we guaranteethat p
Increase of Capital Possible the Company Speeder's runabout*" York
new I Building New nd asking forHouseownera' lish are genuine is it not fair to suppose that if Lydia E.Pinkham's .
' ?
Has All It Needs: In Oil. > Frank: "Sixty[ I Painting ''Outfit No. 49.
Crank "What1! That little machine Vegetable Compound had the virtue to help
is ht. The outfit also Includes specifications
New York City.-Standard 011 "Can you make a statement
men with Standard Oil dividends, are usual question "which will show that 6'horeeopower"( I and a simple Instrument for testing these women it will help any other woman who:is suffering -?

i n reaching out tor the larger retail Increased capital will develop the Prank; "No; 60-skijnkpower".- I the purity of paint materials. Pure from the same trouble.

I ; trad business and return a good profit?" plncott I White Lead which will. stand the test

They are applying to the Held of These statements are analyzed by I In this outfit "will stand the' weather
investment the Standard 011 methods experts and report Is made showing AS PICTURED. For 30 years Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable si p tad ,
'test. National Lead Company's fa-
' which have proven- lIot 'nt In every the nature of the territory In whichIt Tom-So this Is Miss Poacblr's. Compound bas been the standard remedy for }
. lint of competitive business to which l Is proposed to locate new branches photograph 'la It? Why she Is prettier I I moue Dutch Boy Painter trademark female ills. 'No sick woman does justice to
, they have 'previously "been applied. of a business and the probabilities of she used to \be I| on the keg la a guarantee: of that herself who will not try thin famous medicine.

. The retail lines which, have recently the varfou's regions developing. The than kind of white lead._ Made exclusively from roots and herb,. and 4.A h
: attracted the attentian'of the 'men agent takes an active Interest in the Jack-Yea ; according to that picture has thousands of cures to Its credit, -s-.

y i ",ho have been trained by the master Industry or the business It the con she Is prettier than she ever (FO&MAL. !mow. If the slightest trouble appears which
I land of John D. Rockefeller embrace : tract Is made and the capital Is likely was-or Is.-Boston Post. '1Oould rouse give dat gent at de *.34. V you do not understand write to Mrs.

;- Drugs to- come from a bank which is in gate a small handout. mum?" .>IMnkham at Lynn, Man', for her ad.lee-It is tn g 1 e, "'

; Soap. I touch with the Standard 011 group. Certainty Convenience, Economy' "Why doesn't be ask: for himself?" free and always helpful. i

I Candles ': From. Restaurants to Oil. Never haa there been known a case :x>h. It'. up to me to do that. I'm

Peanut. I Operations such as these have been where Mitchell's Eye Salve bas not. his social secretary."-,.iKanias City
Milk, I conducted for the last three years given-notable relief. A pure harmless Journal. d fgjUd oiVe
' ;
. Starch, and as a result the country has seen salve for application to the surface .4 c ian/ey Udd.. tC

Glucose products chains of drug stores and an ever Increasing of the eyelids; the simplest of ALL POWERFUL CIRCUMSTANCE.
+ Restaurants. of method with wonderful results. The ,
procession popular priced "
l For more than a year the work restauranf! s. price 15 cents, place It within reachof Visitor: "What" made you a thief? MACON, for i' 'I'(

'of absorbing or. at any rate, gaining It was admitted at the office of the all.: Druggists sell ILWILLia Prisoner' : "Circumstances; the 1 w. ... pI..d 1 ...*...*.tbM otav...boof will ....*... soda>tlM .*>.!.__fml _..___.. wCp1. j. ,
I controlling Interest In enterprises, Hegeman Company that several of same thing that made you a < which In many Instances seem to ; the br. **vrtipw. U.wodl) oorpc Af lr"ln.1 Inxtnaoton' Hy p9Tm\mlom\ w* .. "*.. Weer
the Standard 011 men had as individuals man.PhRadeiphla Inquirer. I .. BtArtiB RIGHT MEANB KtJIkO K1OHT t*..d for eMlor. .*r 5.abaa- -
f bave DO connection with the produc- invested In the corporation. itspresident Ma.mme-Jraclou.. Willie\ I don't :

lion of oil. has been going; on quietly Is John H. "FMagler. see how you can get so dirty. PUTNAM' '
but actively and the complete roster FADELESS DYES |
d 1 would make Interesting According to Samuel Chllds. vice. Willie Oh, It's easy. Come out In
reading. president of the Chllds Restaurant the back yard and I'll show you.- Color man. coiMlibrUhlor Mid ,.....oolora"' .. any ether dye. OM 1".1" all II....*. Tb.y. dye In ooM water Settee tk.:and MkM dr.k To i t'I'\ !
Companydividends from his enterprise Philadelphia Bulletin. **a dye aay (.rnrot wlibout MpplMI Writ (or tree boot IX-HowloTx_ *._UtoMk. _.fwd.__MIX.Uotora._MUMlOSt UH.UU C'UM ca....y., fMm_ 'i/.SBBsl
Acquiring Many nusl'l'IO t's. find their way to No. 26 Broad -SOUNDS-P'.LAUSLDLE. - -- -- ,

; Some of these concerns in which. Purchases way. A. Tydeman.and Supplies, of the of the Bureau Stand of Take Garfield TealMade'of Herbs, it U. Teacher: tFo lime what is,, the This Trade-mark I sA bAt$ jyattM: %
stockholders of the Standard .
Individual pare, potent, health-giving most rational "
i 1 Oil Company are heavily interested ard Oil Is among the Investors in the remedy tor constipation, liver and plural of pauper? m'a'am, Eliminates AllS
Chllds emporia tE. Tomrnlet "Why porpo'ses, 8HAF'TINGPULLEV8BELTisLOMBARD
are the Hegeman Drug Com' kidney diieaaoa, -At ail drug stores. I
}) party Cbllds' chain of restaurants 'T. Bedford a large stockholder _.,. *..:..Yonkers Statesman_ /" Uncertainlyfn IRON WORKS. AUGUSTA. OA.

l the Cora Products Refining Company in the Standard Oil and until recentlya WHERE: 1'1''ESISTS. the purchase of
h the New York Glucose Company and director of that.corporation, is the Mrs. Wlgcs-"John, iwhat Is an absolute CURED ITCHING HUMOR. paint material
the National: Starch Company But "president of the Corn Products Refining ?" Has YQUJDistempert
Company, of the New York vacuum Big Palnfal Swellings Broke and Did It it an absoluteguarantee
\ to Reports
there are more come Glucose Company which has the tall WltTCB-"An absolute\ vacuum my Not Heal-Suffered 3 JYaan of purity _t"
which evidence of verity _
.I bear every chimney at""Sttndy Side N. J. dear, la something that exists only Tortures Yield to Cutlcura. and quality. ___01. _.0... CwrW ...
i that candy -
current a great
I are of the In mind."---Doston Post. I For your own =:. ..-.- .-.....
Four corn products "Little black scattered
with man v branches In New companies your swellings were : .. ... ...
York and, other cities has recently have offices at No. 26 Broadway over my face and neck and they would protection, see .12'D. Mhw -e-
Bossed Into the control of Standard and there also Is the headquaters of Rough on Rata, unbeatable exterminator. leave little black Kan that would itch to that It it on the side of ( lww.s MEDICINE-co.,
Oil Interests the National Starch Company. Re. Rough on Hen Lice,'Nest Powder, 85c. I couldn't keep from scratching them. every: keg of white lead -..--

('. Peanuts and milk probably will be port; that the Standard group had In Rough on Bedbug. Powder or Ldq'd!4So. Larger swellings would appear and my you buy.

Text on the list for (lie same reports aTTJ "way become Interested In the Rough on Flea, Powder or Liquid 33c. clothe would stick to the sore' : I went to 1MI linoMl Trteltf Ills lnHttai.CO..SOT PUT TV* GRANDMA'SMEDICINE y ya'

based on excellent authority, are that manufacture of candy are denied by Rough on Roaches, Pow'd 15c.L4q'd, S5o. a doctor but the trouble only got worn.By ,
these oil interests have already obtained leading confectlbnery companies, and this time it was all over my arm and
Rough on Moth and Ante, Powder 33c.: '
control of what Is known, as one of them has within the last week the upper part of my body in swellings National surgical' institute
Skeetera in
Rough on agreeable nae 84c.
the peanut trust And will soon if sent out a circular to the trade ex- u large .. a dollar. It was so painful l that .. ; .
'they have not already, acquire one of plicitly stating that there has been no E. 8. Wella, Chemist Jersey City N. [. I could not bear to lie on my b ek. The ATLANTA CA Tor DyMmMrr. tMurkw, SttnuMT e.:2
change whatever In the management.C. second doctor stopped the swellings, but I fXhOT Mnm.>k troabto at lafwM. r j j.alii'
milk IT WOULD."How's .. .
the most extensive producingbusinesses
CBTAMLICHCD 1ST4. ". ..._ ,... tnniMi, ji'. '"
T.' White, assistant trea.urer.wbo' when tiejr broke the place would not heal.
in.the country.All business with your- asked OKAMDMV. MstDlCIMM <<:O.. : .
has an office on the fourteenth I bought. oat of the Cuticura :KAmediei .
the 011t.o ,
, these transactions are the umbrella dealer. p. o. B.. )iie>. e ,NSW. yosiK.MM .
come of what Is known as the "in.t floor was asked If there were any sad in 1 lew than a week some of the place
t .. vestment department" of the Stand- truth In the, reptyrt that the Standard "Oh replied the'crocer.. , "I manage were nearly well.. I continued until I bad' / "!
r el'd Oil Company. This Is entirely OH Company waa becoming extensively to fc"ld my own. I used three ...., and now 4 am sound and ' '

for the benefit ot the large: stockholden interested In outside .ventures, ."That's food," rejoined the u. d ; I, well. The diaus.|utd three yar.l' O. It. 'ift&Thl. ATUI/- . .
; and the work In conducted in an "That Is not the fact,' was hi. emphatic '1but If everybody aid tbat It would Wilson Pvryear: Tenn. Feb. 8.1008." f ,
4 unobtrusive manner. reDlY. ruin 'bu.lne.-no.ton Post. Potter Drug A: Cbem. Corp Sola Props.of .
I Mr, White referred to-the various, my OntMium Remedioe, Doe.......-101_, did .,...L..C'IIfontII..I. .: ;.. ,

.i P Money !Must N6t Be Idle. ., sliKjpso, companies as being: under the 'A Pomeatlc Eye: ,Remedy Io.llluU Treats Club rest DI...... of e-......1'.,..4s..a....-esesllw/s.d. e..l'r_..0'r. .".m.- ';\\f

. So thoroughly does the Standard to
Oil Company now cover the ground Standard Oft and to the National Conform to Pure Food and Drugs Laws. year' ha been born to Mr. and Mrs. r.m.lj a..d prIY."dl........B.rala. RheuAatl.m. I 1..r S..e. .ap."were.d s tt.awa..N Add.... :
I end the earth that it has all the capital Starch Company as a subsidiary corporation Wins Friends Wherever Uiwd. A.k Drug Chris Roller of Noble township Ca. tratad. Urinary elrrnlar' .Orgkai, el.. ..nd for Ulu- ..... -.. Ca.s.IW Oe.. *,..-........

, that -needs and Is practically Impossible of the Corn Products Company guts for M: urine Bye Kerned y.. Try If mine. county. Ind.VIIUJINIA .' i

" to put more money back Into The home plate you hear so much iwht Thompson's Eye WalerDuring a RLD P,'
As to the "Investment Department"which .MERCHANT OF A i .
the\ Industry which yields annually about is not sterling silver, but base RID .cis. ter
j{ Millions In profit,. Standard Oil divi the officials and stockholdersof ball. VERY BIO GRAVED t>'TO\E. '
dends. therefore, are constantly< seek the Standard find so useful, be said the last Hsblng season the c

I InK reinvestment for,It Is onexef the that It. there was such a thing It was Pain and ..w.llinl.eeldnm: indicate Internal Another Remarkable Cure of Serious Illinois River contributed 4.650 tons
axioms of John D. Rockefeller hlm- news to him. Among the larger operations , trouble. Tb" usuallythe j to She markets) of tbe country. Tw'othtrd. ply

4.r lieU tha>t money must not be Idle. The of financiers of the Standard result of local told or inflammation! little Kidney Trouble. of the, carp.
... Oil group as Individuals mav also be which can be quickly removed by a
head ofN the Investment departmentor
and C. L. Wood a prominent merchant
I Wizard Oil. Try see
mentioned the Amalgamated Cooper n.mlip | LOW BXCtJKSION RATES
> recently almanwbo
bureau t as .until I
is now a bankers and broker In and the United Metals Selling Company Early In the morning was not meant pt Fentre., Norfolk Co.Vq.wa.ant.ferlng To Atlanta, O... Aooouat Ones Mnilcalr
Wall street There has been a reorganization In which H. H. Rogers Is Interested when that early to bed jingle was some months'ago ..tlal Ma .,..-.tli, ItKIB, VI* AMakt,. u
!: lately, but the search for and the railroad and hotel written. with frequent I' BIFlDI."aaa a Adastle. ...n....'.. ,
good opportunities Is under the 'general Interests ot Henry M Flagler In'Flor attack. of bard painIn llckeU, to be aold for afternoon train i0o
. direction of an accomplished ida. \ Da Tour >*Mt Ache .. of' Shake into your shoe Allen's Foot-l" !:aM,a with return limit Mar 8th. U0.
financial scout who has a corps and bladder and the
_ ; powder for the feet. It makes tighv or I ThlH. occasion will be held in the l largest
trained Assistants.There Paragraphed Picking' new ahoee feel 1 ....,. Curea Conn liuniona.Bwollen. kidney secretions: audltoitum lu the South and afford an
. are numerous firms or companies The Pittsburg Club has sold shortstop Mot ttmarting and Sweating F.eland were Irregularly oppor tunity to bear the. world' greatest SHOES '
I which have an established reputation Charlie Starr to the Boston Club. I Ingrowing N aile. Bold by all Druggists scanty or profuse. .1 InKers. Caruso will slag each ulgbt.. Seethetleket $3
and feel) thnt.lf they bad additional and Shoe 83 os. (temple sent po.... .. agent ,
I' Work Is being done in the matter I Medical treatment --- peap Tke IM* I M.k s.d Mm He. $J.I-
caoltal they mleht greatly Address Allen. OUnated. LeRoy N. Y. MOLLYCOIDDLET"He W'sae.
nf unionizing: the brewers in El Paso -------- failed to cure him. p w w.. w GT
extend their business. While they a..O. .iN .
11 .
Texas. YOU'll still have to pay a stiff price -Are you really because b .s-
1 angry
are making Inquiries they may receive "At last says Mr. Wood. began I 14t.a
Reports of the various New: York for It even if It is on the free list\ I asked to kiss' ? awMN4Yyy.i
a visit from an agent, who says I using Poan'a Kidney Pills, and beforeone you I
that he has beard something of their City railway lines for the last) quarter In the tariff bill. box: wa. gone I went through I She-Yes, because you asked.-Cornell .
U s 5.5 w.alr w.I
_ endeavors and Intimates that if 0ie showed assets of 354000000. ".. H faI>ACHB::Hlch' .fBOIlf VJ. four day. of Intense pain, finally passIng Widow. I ev. .w S se..7.7w W '
Ienterorise meets the approval of flits Sixteen hundred men employed In WkU..r from Colda. Heat, tomaeh' or' I i /a N 1W aYq..M?saw_ ear
- .t principals it would be poaslb1 tot the collieries at Aberatnan: Wales, .Nre* T..baCapudlD.. will relieve yea a stone, one-half by five-sixteenths-: Mrs.Winalow. Soothing Svrup for Children I HM; MO.M..N pal r..... Of Sittumftii Uum J
h'. llqald-pleawut u> take-acu immeatatatr. of an Inch In diameter. Tbaven't hada I ".- s... w....
, comet i an agree ent.t / were locked out. Trw II. luo. He. and Mo. at stag toothingoft nthegunu.reduce* indammaI jltoM for S.i.y embe e o t '
.-- sign-'of kidney trouble since tion.allay pain cut*wind cplie.35a a I attic j MM. kl.a, w.w.en Mt.. a, i1TrL'r.c
I Sold by'all dealers. 60 cents a box. : W, 55.&scow. .e..ryw sr..
billionaire E. 4. Barney, Find Six Out of'Every Ten I .Lefs look upon i tbe, hammock whileIt. FOster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo. N. Y. I The weak or ignorant are those. who Dam Non.* without w, L.I1w.t.lyAUTION ,
in tbe window, dream of fruit : suffer most with loneliness; The l M Kwa.Tiroi.
Make, WMow of 30 His Bride. ChildfCimavo! Tuberculosis.Des I La ui < ,
1 lemonade then settle down to our Hushing the .growler is better than strong soul makes loneliness_ proud
Dayton, Ohl6.-In the face of the Moines. Iowa.-An Investigation solitude' ; "tT'ii
desks; and grlng away. rushing him.. = __ (At-18'09))
E. conducted the Des MoinesTubercular -- h
.. bitter oppo ltloDl/' of his daughters by
J. Barney, who is ceeutthiee years Association resulted lathe I,
old and the wealthiest man In 1 Dayton, amazing discovery that six:: out ot '

} was married to Mrs. Elinor Chapman every ten children examined In the

widow of State Senator W. W Chapman coy are Infected with the dreaded tuberculosis. ' I .IsJii1iThflui'IIi4]

i who Is In her thirtieth year. !
' Mrs Chapman was governess In the Most of the cases are Incipient, but
Barney family for several months after in'many the disease has progressed! to

the death of the Senator and It 1st a dangerous degree. The association'la ''j .. - . . ; :. : .. : ; . .

believed that the_wedding will(; cause considering the sablshlng( of a half-. W.. .. LA ORKOCC" HAIR HCSTORCR. ..1\0'10 I.OQ. ..u. r" $" '
1 a. complete rupture between Barney children' tubercular camp for sc:1enlL j _{oau._ ).er.those.ugly. greatly, gray-: . ,

and Alt two daughters.. tine treatment. ....a.;.... ... '
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'at'-which.' turn the'board will b*ve Mr. '-'A7A-, 5A.;" .-.. .-.- r-A...,A5;........-. .'. Notice of, Application lor' Tax Notice ot ApplIcation. to' Sell f
\ COMMISSIONERS Carson appear before them Id person. :.I I -- e. Deed Hfnder Sections -574 and ,Real Estate. J
A. Li Davidson was awarded the ::Sumnifer Fertilizing .1

IN' MONTHLY SESSIONFLA. [ contract to build a side-walk from\the 5'5 of the General, Statutes. 1fotio.l.I hereby rtnD0 all'.whom. It'mar ;
_ present walk to the corner of Emmett t oOttoem that on the 10th day of 11.,. A. D. IMt
_j'1oi Street,*>-and along Krntnvtt!: Street rn "I.I of the State of..Florida.NoUca 1,will make applloatlon to the County lIce of,

., .' front of the Court. House grounds For CJFAsTzees, U .hereby f Iren that J:A. BlaclrwellDurobaaer Oaoeola County for an order to eU at >rlra4

; KIasDOl !:Jt. :. April 6, 1909. ,. There beltJ 'DO further business, the \* of Tax: Oertlfloate No. 478, Nor. sale tho following.dosorlbed real eiUtt ba'lontl .. '.

The Board of County Commission- board adjourned Until nett. : regular 4'U This Is a very Important.application"s. for I a liberal supply of food' i 474 and No.475 dated the 8rd dar of July, 1901, l to the estate of Walter B.... 8r.. dsoeaeadaI J

rs met In regular session on the above I *10D. 4 at. this time Increases the size of Hhevtruttand gives' a large bearing "\ and.on'al: Cerufloata<< No. 14,dated.,)>e.11th diiyofIlvt. jand! being shaMe| la the County ol'.pec-
date,-there being K. I... Lesley] alt and Stat of Florida, to-wlt t
present eurtlAosteia
D.' 1903. b..IIl". said
You economize (1' .
surface for the next year's cannot afford to )
; ,1 1 chairman, J.. S Btratton J<:.. L. JOverscreet ) KISSIMM.CONDNSD :i Neither should delay about applying It. Nature. I toy offie" and bMimade applicationfor All' ol Beotlop 81, Tp. 20 8. of Rang M BoO ly
- Commissioners,board P.A. and calls for help la May and this Is ..he.tlnae when- fertilizer. will do the lit I tax deed to liaue aooordloi to law Let north and east of the at. Cloud Sugar Belt
Agnew'attorney for the Said certlflcales embrace the following dev Railroad and the County Road oontalnlnf (6.
the and
.. trees the" most, fl'ood'-.Later applications\ growth .
Arthur E, Dohegan, cleric.:.: 4 therefore the maturing of the fruit, thus l a1ngTtho'orop late and .. orlbed profwrtr .ltusle In Qsoeola count, croanrIprje: !!.._. .
The minutes of the last meeting were facts and iigues ..Regarding'.ThisGty C lorlda, to-wlt xx .lllt8l'11OnB having objections to the graatlngof
4 :
_ _ 1 sapping be vitalltv of the tree 'We hay Fruit and "Vine' formulas I
.read and aporoved. examined and County to meet every condition of soil' Write to me about them and aik: for k I Tax Oeriiaoata No. 478-All Btooka\t ,
: 4 4I
- ," The following were our booklet., 'Good Old Summer Tlme to the Orange Groves. 10J1. Kannymede. xs Judge aforesaid on or before laid date. I
: aiprovedaiidwarvatneordered.! I There has been such a large number ... ._ : Jr Tax CertIfIcate No. 474-A11 Lois' t.2, >, -.. lit HENRY T..BASS, .:
IIM'M '- ------ -'-'- --' __
O L Band,.. rom aa tax eolleotor .... .. .. 8(1 of letters reel ved at. ,this office askingfor. : IDEAL FRUlT ..A.1"D11"8, MANURE ; J "andSof; Block 106'Bunoymeile. "-- .i _, Administrator of Estate of WalterBasi
: U Miller, eom aa treasurerArthur '02 00 Information regarding thIs o1t'and : SPECIAL FRUIT ANU 'VINE MANUREPERUVIAN I I'III Tat: Certlfloate. 474. A strip of land Iytnj.outboCLot.1,2.nd8bf l5-5j-- 8r., Deooaaed. l'
K: Oonemn,.aal clerk. and auditor. 81 ,. "
4 . 4 (HIBIXI 1 that the following is pub- > Block 104. RUODJ>
B LL.uI.1.oom county FRUIT A1'1D.VINMA.UIU, ,
BED Overatrevt, eom and mileage. ... i tshed in lieu of an answer to each Individual - AI'CD11"B' > mede; BeginnIng Connecticut ATeiiu.- 0 ('0
_ _ a. W. .1VS HIGH 6RADE.PRUT
and mlieair* '
J Stratum., com and mileage ;.: 1300: I inquirer\ and as a source ot .. run weat .1085 feet to Ma.aachu3sttAyonue. having claims against the (estate
_ Blmer Baa cam .. /O (Nl : B hence on line of,,,8taesacu.6tta .Avenue to. latof the, ..:
J H Walker cum and !hilleav i kuowled t)< those contemplating com of p.;a.;Fountain, deceased. -ooaaty -
Mrvlea Call on our [local agent, WATERS & CARSON GROCERYCp. [ Lake tbenorlo line of Lot S u' -'
P A.Van Acnew 4ufI l *' lag\ to this community Buhnymede of Osoeola atid Bute of Floslda will present the 7Una

KIM U DrlKiceri.1'.I.pha1Co.Janitor. .. HI8j:t ; Ci ; 'or addres L Block 10ft tbeno to ConnectIcut Avenue, I to me properly attested; within the time/ -
.4 W R Johnston. county judirs : KlSSlMMEE hence.north to point of beginning. : prescribed by law.. or the name will be forever ,/,
W 0 Bron on, aupt poor farm cr pauper (I ( Kit. has more than 2,000 population. Jacksonville Tai; : Oertlflcat No. Beginning at the barred and all pereonsflndobted tdlald estate
;' C K Prevail care jail 12 4 tJ(1j 61") 'It I. th* leading market for cattle. Wilson & Fertilizer Northwest corner of Seollon II In Town.hlp 29 : with the.:uaderslgned. J
: will maksimInodIat3\jettlenent
_____ B W HarroUon. Guard Chandler :S4: /Jire luuiuui .. !
j W W B Drew Co Mdsa . I Hi lU-proaerty Is cheap and taxes are low. t Florida > South of Range SI East, run south 979 feel \ 1'1. O. BRYAN
The Sanllaa Co. ltd. DI.lnl"tanl.( '; :lit I I It IsMfnost.totally free from mosqultoe. : asteoo feet. north 9D lost, west eon leet. AdmiDI. tor of the E ta'.of
--I 1 .
Q W Overslreet road pay roll. 306 a 00IJI 11th.. asnood llv. workingBoard of Trad. r.Ir1F- '-.-- 0w-- !-Iur1 -- -- The said land bulug assessed at the dates of I C. U. Fountain Deooased.

Oaoeola U" D Barnard Pharmacy ft (l>rux office* suppllm . I H5JO *I It*,.. hospitable kind and pn......... \he Issuauoe of said taroertlflcaies<< In the name February ." tow. "
_ _ l_, W A C Ore Co Itroum Court llouMi . It haa electrltklivhta and s telephone aystam. 01 i Unkown. -., '___ _
W A C Uro Co feed mule* H8 UK 1t ha. fin tourist hotel and three commercial Uale 8.laid< cortlBcato shall be redeemed so-
J J Dann work on J.II and raalerlsl .1 ">6 I Notice of Application Jor'T-a..x Deed
A K:Don"" .... recordinK cattlo rpt A d /S r> I b lel.. SIt SUNNY SOUTH STABLES cording to law tax: deeit will Issue thereon on 1l
A L Davidson building walk 21 72 "US" I I. th* greatest freshwater fish market In th* ha 8th day of Mar. A. D.. 1009. Undjr Sections 574 and 8,5, (. I
j U F Parker frciiiht on clayHouthera .
AF" country. Witness mz official aUtuatura .nd seal this the
Co.. balanceon
Steel A Structural of the General Statutes.
contract jail fixture*. . z.'lfo) 110 I It* soil will produce any variety fruit flowers bIb day of April. A.. D. 1000.\
_ _ I; H A W 1> Drew Co.. blanka' ... 1 flit- or veiretablee. (Seal) ARTHUR E. DONEGAN. NotUie. Is Hereby given that David Daaik J

_ _ I P Newmman. lumber Co.nurry . L74: aSJ It b.. five churches of different denominations L. H. INGRAM. Proprietor. Clerk Circuit Court Osoeola County Fbi Ids,, purchaser of Tax: Certificate No., 6.V dated the \
Chemical ,
; ; American.t.oek.nd AaTlcuN.uH.1 lrui. 21 -.11 fin. buildings .- ", \ 8rd lay of JuI7... D. 1889 baa fllod naldcerdfi.eaten .
I Arthur E Donetran:jeiprees charke. 1 85 It liabaolutoly fr__from the .al* Dt whiskey la my office(and ha made application
Louis Bass, haul fur V Poor farm 11 100 Livery Notice of Application for Tax '
j accordance with law.
1 or any other intoxicanta.It S Sale and Boarding for tax:deed to Issue In
farm iMi d
Leonard poor
Louis Petanon. J 25 h.. the finest school ayslem of any town. of. Deed Under Sections 574 and Said certificate embraces the following des
, : Klaalmme* Valley Gazette printing hO 40 Ita sis. In the United Stat.It ... \ cribed property situated In Onoeola County,
: -: ---OF Kribbai_I prgeeeuttns-attorney. -::1.4 I 'U21Ht jaJ.gmcr1meb.r.b0tbsIogoflQsycrags -,- -__ 575 of the General Statutesof Florida. to-wlt. '
C I da at Co COurt drone
F Prevalt.
__ t. CFPvattf..d prisonersO 44 .40W"R"John.ton."coiU ...I of one arrest a month. well equipped with New Stocf Vehicles and prepared the State of Florida.Notice - n 1t7cbt5&DfettMeeftnn142TownshIpOS,- ,

I \ .. F Prevalt. fees. State vs DeV. N NAB& \.I 2t r..i . State va DeV.. 2 <" five town Its sire in th. Slat. I. hereby given that II. N. Pfanu and The said land being/ assessed. at the date ot

O r ParW.r. leUa-ram roadwork It h.. a Maaonic.. a Knlarht of Pythias and a George T. Blnillol....'. purchaser of Tax cert in. the issuance of such coruScate In the name
The lollowinx pay roll for Woodmen of the World organisation. + cab No 810 dated the 3rd day of JulY', A. I> of Unknown: !
xa.niined and approved : SPECIALTY
: r wa! It h..l.h... line railway and Is on the maInline \ iDOL and of Tax certificate No, 3X3
________ O. W. A.htonMarlon Z6'n'; days at st tl 1.60*> '1-!'iIIJi 75 of the Atlantic Coast Una railway.It 41b, A. D. I H9r\ and of'-Txrllfloate i according to" law, lax deed will'Issue thereon" .

- Warren WarrenArthur *- 21": at 1.2 $44.. IWI I I. en the banks' of Lake Tohopekaliva. on.of . \ \BROADWAY--PHONE 102 .J'la. \9itt, dated the 6th day oflJuly, A.. on the 1Mb day of May. A. O 18O"Wltnens !

Early Warren 2'. at. 1.2.1' IV$ :!. I the most beautiful lakes on this continent. \ n. IJIHI.nd of Tax certificate No. 8$7da my official Hlgnaturo and scal this .

- : W IiCUlohl4f" 2211 2". .. at at 1 1.lJI.2-' -2 9 :10:I- Henry ParttrItJo \
_ _ _ 4 *.Galleger II!; at 1.Ii .11 6-1 .1 the annual death rate being less than 3 to the ..aaentaaa.ntaasan.a5.n.nasnnnnnnsnnnanasn.C laft filed aald certificates lu my office AKTIITB E. DONEftAN. -
!: Oscar Simmon '11" .at 1.2:!.'> H 10 1000. __ i C S _. and< bail made application for tax: deed toliiniu (Veal) clerk t.IreuliCourt. OaceolaCouuty I IS

_ _ _ (Hlllou Seorge Moaon Clemmon 11\1.1:\l., at t I.2'8!' '!4 :fT 10 Ita streets are shaded with massive oak. ..ndlto IT MEANS &CC.'ord.ocwith\ law S Florida. t
(4, Mil Slmmonn "44 at 1.2" III ':J boulevards and lawn are covered with Bermuda Said certificate embrace the following riecrlbed :: '- __._n :.=" "= =-c-=
IWI) : Many people d> 1101 .lOw what Bank s Capital: is for. or the dlfterenoe b.tween. .- .
double tl da .4! da' .
J W Miller team iwr ....... prop rt> situated lu Uaceola couuly. S
44 4 W IMIt : a bank of little or IM capital rinil one with a large capital.A S :
; Oeo W Overstroet It is in the center. of he orange producing; Florida. to-wlt: P.A.. VANS AGNEW I'I '
(t t : SU' section of Florida shipping- hundred of ears ol : llANfe$ CAPITAL AND SURPLUS Tax certificate No. 310. u', of inl. .,'yln I
: To4jI : U the fiinl thst proterts th* dcltoro from I 1'inK' therefore the larger It I. thegreater .
.. .
showed the the fruit > .rly ownMhit J6 mmtli, ra'I'.211' e..t.
ollowlnlC Tax collector's balances report to be collected; It haft the beat climate. bothln: Inter and summer :C protection Capital the "j.pos4or, i .X rhl- bank hu.5 a '<>."WM'' I (HI Tax oertltli'ate N'o. .l...l. ."'< >f .c'. nviluii HIowiiMblp I. I I ATVOKNKV: AT LAW . .. .. I II .1-

1' I 24911 -the thermometer seldom going above 92 or : surplus Inn.I. of \ I IMmi, (HiStockholders' JG 4iitIi. ra'UKC JK ea.t. I ANp NOAARV 1UBI-IC, I
General COunty school Revenue n9J:.. Ji. low er than 4& .. liability 'N. Scis, .' .Mi Tax ct-rtirtcatc-N \'H't: uul4of.Kc14' eotioh, _.
______ P .. uttrlp 'JA Houth raiiKe t. cant KlSSlMMEE: FLAROGERS'
County niMscial of all kinds being found within fax rotifloato No !h.. HO> of nu1 n"<'tioid .
Florida .
of 4 .
i.I Kin .nd Forfeiture Fund U '7_ name : Tbl means Hint we moist l.i.< $11',1."<"i h.fipre our depositors could lose a, --
8. 'i 144' :'.47l few miles of its corporate limls. : oeut. This protection. l I. for YOI' I lowuHhjp> miulh range -s eHt S
8 fl" It is the head of navigation of a chain of lakes 1 hI' .al.1 laiiTlt. clug aeHHC<] HI thi rlntfr rtfbO
,, 8HD"o4 ''44' and rivers reaching to the Gulf This water i STATElBANK OF KISSIMMEE iMRUAUCeOf Soul CertltlCHtt.vt4..-<..I'.tl'| I.Ij* III TAR AND CANCHALAQUAFor .

_ _ Xreasure'r's balances report for Inn which the following ho rout 'I. three hUhifrod topIcs in I lenirth and : -_;.-_0.i ..- C the ul\w".ol T. M. Palmer Entitle U'ikuottitUnkuoxvu Asthmaaii,1 the nnmplnie bronchluj.cure and all ot LuiiRooinplaintsitetnling Cough:: Voids,.

on abound with beautiful scenery throughout i K'&lalMM' IE. F"'C3 I IO'" C HII Cnktiou n. to ronaumpUmi Liverwort Tar and
. .... filed certificate of deposit in the Slatt: 1 Tourist, "lio have traveled the entire continent tTuU n call rrrtlflcatvH shall l>i> leeiacil acfXM'illng WIld: rhorrv have for am mnntsttoort an,
KUgltiunee : JoinS M LEI!: N, B ARSON : entabliMhed refintaUnn, A* n M'nndiirrt <>ntiffhmnicily.
:- pronounce It the finest inland water trip in C. A. 1 U> 144 C tax deed will j IKNIU thun. til, ,
I'reldesit'frcPre.I.Innt r ashier It ooutaiua no nulum or harmful
Revenue .. I 2 oW> ; M* America;. 'i ; he :.Ird day of May A 44) IWi" drug.eaii, bo pflveii with safety to rhiidreniI'rtcr
........................... :
4 Klne and forfeiture "1'4 6'1 The following} are the prevailing i .nnas.nn.nsas.a..s..aa.saa.wn.sasSchool tVitn .. my ofllclal signature and fjfM. ttiln $1 l.l'0 old only by OHoeola I'harniaOT.
Jfl: I 1. .
School the toth Murch A II) .
( rtayof 19119ArflHUR
. -MIT1, : !' tins ami county:
Road llle44\ in ;t city HEALTH ANDIVITALfTYMOTTS. i
K. I .
Special .i "O :II lONE.AN.Clerk
I: B. 8. U. No. t V"1 21 DRY GOODS (Ircuit ourl OHOUOH" ) Cuuul)'. I UjrMsBy NSRvINaPILLSrue \
S. S. D. No.3 1 ;" ', to ;c ft liULUuCK I) c. r
Ulicoprinhi44 J II. Krunt Iron nml Uniir nHtorHtive tnr meD
44 8. 8. D No.4 14 !'I 1 muslin ;_ : **c .
quartet .
4 and
', KH 1 '\lnoH'II. pHHluooH titrenirth vitality.huildH
4, '" Tat.1 .. /6'' UVllh :' Gingham 1 quart.muhlin.,.ron. check liluached b".. 12-ic plc SuppliesEXAMINATION -i ii Old papers for sale] nl this ollice for lip For thu sale.I o by ml'I'"j.; : Wd r HIM,,uoi'inalrtiror or b? .

-41 ,. \ this leuort. Treasurtr lied] receipts .ANhiUlawn.ClnKham-r 4 h'; 1 iScri00.i 20 per KXJ. m.n" oo() per box. ft )"sat. fpr ..*> 00. '.

from T. M. Murphy Treasurer lawn. 6 J"", 1
01 Bond'"Trii"l. es. for JitTlJ.\ ."' 10' quarter. nheulliitfDenim S.. 26":. a.I'tC: -- ... -+- - -

,,, I ... The Sheriff' reported fines and costs thlrtinir. homespun .' W 7 I',.w., i I AND : i ii
collected State vg. Ja-nle McNea.! -$70.
DP tan '
0. .
1to\ tile
Tax Collector reported\ licences collected .- Heef. pork and mutton per lb i .5 i ,
collected amounting( to Farm horses . 4:. 1126 10 Ilf>O ; '
Poll% taxes Farmmulo. ... ." . . 1.0" 2)( $ MADE ESPECIAL-LY: FOR : \ ANTHONY A. LOLLProprietor.
with the stubs and '
$35 were compared .
found correct.i ;., -_ .._L_, J 0 GROCERIES. ".,. : . OSCEOLA HIGH SCHOOL. I.. i "
1" .' ','i" I'.oo I7J>O 'r* AQEISIT.J FOR '
: to
FlaU&bh ,
; < I" .5 :
: "/The amounts COl looted ai re 'nrtel3 .. ..:J.OO 4 t. s
4 Meal., per cwt ... ,,; 'f.. "'" I
/' byfl/ the Various officers were ordered-I Jrita, ,.", ," i .o., ,, l 44g.. 2ho '
J V- '1 ;*,.,(charged to their accounts: ,'f(,,,+:';rt[' Corn per bu.i i"l"..111!; #. 'lfi.i'"l.00O.ta.e' : .S_ i Fairbanks-Morse! Gas Engines 1
; .
; ;::
""*. were cancelled from "ibi't V.;.: 'I.f/.t: 1.00' F S .
Paid warrants I Ha lOO .. 'TOPJrpPWIK It' "
I the following funds: t\i I II hits( potatoes per bu ...... .. ... .... .... '.UJ* and Irrigating'Outfits:-
.. Swret . .. .. 'lo' Kisslmmee Drug Company 1 1r "
j- .. Revenue .. .. file" Ii, Rice. per It,.. 6 to ScSunar. j }
Fine and Forfeiture... . _:*t 7:I per lb.. ... "c : # ,
Road .. . .... "'7,4 \ Ham. per lb. 16c -
: Shoulders. per lb.. 1''c __ ___________________ ,
t 4. A letter" was received from Frank /Butter per lb., *>c AUTOMOBILES RENTED OR REPAIRED
_ _ would like . . 1ft to -'"cofTee '
that he tchave I Elf dot.
Holcomb Btatlrnr IT* per ; 7 ,
_ ; warrant. drawn for .the balaoEotbe ( per lb., . .. ..,. *!U> \'. W'" '

r ,A contract. with the Southern Structural -: Tee per lb.. -I0 7'" "'" ..,,..gxV''V" 'Y''iii" "U'" 'Y',.,.'.,' ..,. "V" ..,. 1IfT"U" ,.,..v 1IfT.M.t 'V'"I .

Steel Company The clerk was I"

i Instructed to dl-aw Ihe warrant for the Notice to Taxpayers. NO 8. : ARTESlAqYELLS 1H11VEN; ANY DEPTH ;

amount and hold same until either' Notice is hereby given that. the tax .: 5-

the sheriff or Chairman or the Hoard books of Osceola county will\ close RCSSlW.: Griff1O';; : r i

-vhould report the wor'k complete. promptly on April 30th. All taxes not

I. : the The Uoard Good of Roads Trade,Committee and members from.vt paid Uaus.1 by penalties.that date wUl be. subject to the | We Solicit all Kinds Repair Work I

the City Council, lIameI3'teaRr: C. L. BANDY,

: Stanford. Hicks, Ingrain Seam and Tax Collector.
4 Rivers appeared before the board and Groceries I :
Fancy Family : :
? .1 urged; t"era to take Into consideration - ----- -'-' i : .r
toe purchase of marl beds situated on btatement. it

1.1 the Gordon lands.. This committee / Fresh Meats. 4
rV; stated. that a number of men had violt4ad Made under Section 82. Chapter SS% Laws of
1 found considerable Florida. ahowina the amount of taJ<.*chargted
the and
4 .-pits :
Board ought. \ to the Tax Collector%, of Oacaoia Counnty. I ttoliuery Every Day at any Hour. Patronage Solicited GROCERTESI4None
,-e. :i.<'T+ marUa.nd.ltthought ]1\ Florida to b* oollectxd for the current year lit
,,, 'i. tQ purchase same. Upon, motion duly | 1'0.>t. and the .0 Ortlonm. \ of the aam to sflsa JSI&JflC --6.--- n i
.. I
: 'seconded' E. L. Lesley and J. S. < the Mv.ral fund for which tax_ have. been <
_t ; f. Stratton were appointed as a committee I. APPORTIONMENT OF COUNTY- FUNDS.
: 4,, to confer with Mr. Gordon and ;, C
__. k were empowered to negotiate for.the ,i To. ou'm'aaseesed'- 481077 ""' ""' "-" """ "'.. ""' ,...., 4
purchase of this pit It was the sense i t Amount Collected 18>11 SI: K NIIT"AC": .
of the board If they could purchase Balance . : :u211 at p.1 I t. P.l'4.
Ie 5i
i this pit that they would sell .a. one- I Amount General Aaseaaed School.Fund-.. . . 1.100\I 911 but the Best Sold. i I.
S 4 ": fourth interest,,1.0 the city. '. Amount Collectedlialano . .. ., 6:176: 7'
Messrs. Prentls Wilson Sears and '', .to> b*collected .. . 6794 25 MACH BROS. ,

'S Triplet appeared before the Board. To County amount;; Readi.assessed 111118! \ i ; :- r.\
,, urging them to r'eoew'tbel.. subscription : Ampunt Collected 41'tS: 91 .
t ,: for two hundred copies of the KIs- !! Balance to be collected. 5344 9 I 1 Feed and Sale Stable j

'" Immee Valley Gazette. The Board. 'I To County;; Special aMed- .. . J44J or1W ; Livery
amount ,
_ 4 .. I. having listened to the arguments\ of :I I Amount Collected . .. 06 I1 i
',4! I these gentlemen decided to continue- Balance to be collected 1MB SI WOOD---DRAYING > R. S. & Co. 1

.,!, ..Ist.. tills method of adyertI.inr.r5 I i Amount FIne and... Forfeiture-*euedI .. ... 2hH6 48I : Floyd
-;' *- Mr. -B. C. Miller, County Treasur, I Amount. '-ollectMl . .. .. 1IJO: 81 l and First-Class. We will
. . 46763l is New
... appeared before the board. and asked I Balance to be collected.... Erorytlitng yllender .
t. S. for an office In the court house, requesting Sub-School DIaL Nu.2Toanountaeseua.d .- .. Prompt and Satisfactory Service (, . ,
., .
19678 .. .i .. "BrJ.>
, S 4 1 I that a purchased to Amount olloctid fill 41 ,I Night. All Kinds rsqt- - sJIUraUrxUlr" __ .. __ -r__ 1

tt ,- which, he could keep the record of hUoffloe Balance to be collect <>-> 37 I Day or .. 1't
------ -
444 S4 "' BO' as to better acoomodate Uie To-smount Sub-School...Dist....,No..8-.. rt-(1: ( 96 heavy Hauling.
S 44 ** publlo. Action\ was. postponed until \ Amount Collected .. . 860 40 '
V 4av
_ r' i *\ pezt meeting. Balance Sub-School to be Olst eollact No. 4- 2711 I\tI\ SIM AT BEAWIAN'S OLD STAND. PHONe 113. BUDDED TREES ;
read from the county
_ _ 44 Opinion was To amount assessed B1E 12 -
T.-7; :Attorney with reference to the bills of I Amount Collected 420 67 f

_ _. lit the Kisslmmee Lumber Company. After Balance to be ",,1I..ted. 94 48a .. n Islesworth .
4 DONBGAN. Nurseries.CHASE
the matter was! ARTHUR E. .
S discussing
same \ Clerk Circuit: Court Ocola -- .
left over-until the next regular. meeting, County. Florida ;

-_:FIS*- T --S_ = -=- r.1ANN'S .:-- -_-- --- --- -----_. Malsby Machinery Co. & CO.. PPOPRIETORS J. W. HOARD, AGENT 1 V

w \:Ji.

. WAGON WORKS We will have ready for next Pall and Winter planting & general

OCEAN ST.JACKSONVILLE, FLA. assortment of Orange and. Grapefruit Trees of all leading varie

22 -. 'tlea. Our trees are budded on Rood healthy rough Lemon and

HIGH GRADE VEHICLES MADE TO&RDER Portable. and Stationary Kqglnes. Sour Orange roots, guaranteed free from Insects pesta of any kind.All .
Saw' Mills, Wood-working Machlnerr. budded from bearing tnSe, In our groves and therefore true to

AT REASONABLE PRICES.. Shingle Mills, Lath MlHs," and name. Our facilities for growing; nursery stock are "second to

.44 general line of supplies. Complete) none and our trees are as fine as money and twenty year's exper-

line carried In stock for Immediate lemje can produce. We are making a specialty this season of the

Horseshoelngjand: Repair Work of shipment. Sold od easy terms. famou.8 California Valencia Late which is destined to become the .

_.!: 1 Blacksmithlng . I _ greatest money-maker In Florida. Our Valencia buds come dlWriUjfor (

First-c1. .8s Workmen. It will pay you to consult us before reet from Ule beet. bearing trees 10 the district now famous for producing '
by .
.. All .K.nds.Dotie: buTlnir. Postal will bring our sales the bot Valencia. III CalIforola

- "- man. Write tor Illustrated catalogue
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4. S. 1;> w and prices. I Prices to J. .W-: +IOARD. Gotha, Fla., or call and see our NUtS 'I

J. J. DANN'"Proprietot., 'We eas......a_; et( rorll'r..:..... -,....-. BoGan.I-! ***'"- series at Waco on Florida Midland. R. .

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