Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: May 7, 1909
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00384
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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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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Political Grafters Will Be Put "" :- I JI 11ft' S/,4
4 k' Town in the United :Mates and "The ,members th Board,of *T:>adeNare urged ti be ,, "

r, Most Prosperous in.Florida. '. present at the 'meeting on Monday night next> Out of!Commission.' '. . 'I'. ,

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:L i'I _. _.af the....utmost impott nc::e our-clty: ..nd.o ""Eversince the :
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"" "Request for Information"regardingthis become numerous considered! :. Kissimmee and bsce'ola county are at.present law In Florida there have been '
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city doubts as to hether*f aada Spring.Goods ;
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that; a brief description of it I.1 bere enjoying an era of prosperity never. before experience, ,<( condition better thannder the old S ,
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convention system as Inaccuracies > .. "
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.S.S- p.rt..t least be accepted a* an answer. "and 'it is the duty; of every member.of the Board pf Trade were found tc/eklst in the law I ..., .
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,:.i1I./. by those making lnqulriee.pointed by the-- -I to'aid tb" his fullest capacity'this movement of /pro 'ress; ,soon a mistakes* it was-put/n.practice To cure, '.' "
abase 'and omission Representative "
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.. went fund. 'The. appointment is- therefore, let every one who possiblycan attend the regular Farris Of Duval county has f. '
Introduced 'in the'House/' bill regulating
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for trustees one case\He ,la that to._receive of J. Fetors JUOOQpensatlon. ( v meeting_ : to bejield.flonday\ night in the City Council! primary// election,, in this state, : . i" "
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4. ShamberFl=raternity Hall. at.7.50 o'clock guarantee, honesty at the polls, but "
The house of representative aed : will make It possible for & man to run ,, '
._ J M. WILLSON JR., President. ,
a concurrent resolution jirov for an ottlcd wlthJ-becoming the prey
for the \appointment of a joint R. O. MEEk, Secretary, of Foptic.l srr'ftersSv "
niittee of three from the house The salient\ point IKj.he bill are:: /

two from the senate to .Invest "No elector shall\ be allowed to vole 1- ': ARRIVING DAILY 'I ;
the report of the special com ml In the who has sold or offeredto ,
appointed by the legislature Of sell directly or lndlrectlv>hl I..voter' -

for the purpose of examining th AN HONEST MAN DIES : RUSHING) THE WORK I or Influence for. the support or efe&t .AT.X'
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fairs of t tile trustees Of the Int of any candidate In a'pnmarv.Njor S. S7'
Improvement fund. : any elector who ha paid or offered to .. ... T : --- s
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When all then ol1ntle.' areS L P."ughey-Js..aned-to-fjis-final( Surveyors Have Completed five-Section L pay any thin*-for-anotherjs vote or'ln -- - .,
S clamr I for or against a candidate in a
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"ln factions are I:
|I two governments with the a'nKexpeiiseH Rest on Tuesday Last. of Ola, Soldiers' Colony. primary. '" ATZ-S ,
wWre there fs one I 'If any judge shall have any reasonto ;
ach ..eW coilnly, fs pro "t aps fell dead at. the telephone today ,': The surveying of the and of tire Old believe that such is the case, or if S J I ,
ud X( In a leglsl Funeral tomorrow.1' Stichread Soldier Colony and cutting It up into the elector is challengedupon such > / ,. 'S
rflh aXrepresenlutlve the telegram received by Mr. M. Kate fl.ve-acre tracts is pushed as rapidly a* ground, the judge ehali-swear the"vo < .
which malt not\ have, what more a select'tnaa on Tuesday last from Johnllughey :, Is possible with the number of peen the ter, and If upon his oath he fails\ or S.; "NN ..(

.. hundred metifbeu.t will I become.A at Bradentown announcing the sudden company wi able to secure, and it is refuses to declare hat be hap.pot committed ,
the state senate death of his father. L. P. Hughey, in learned that bye section ( five thousI such offense, his vote shall be. '
white velvet bean In being ;'that city. I II I and acres) have been staked off and refused by the J juogds.! N I j

agated by Tom 8r wer.ot Home I It was onlv two weeks ago that the the surveyorshave begun laying off 'No person who Is a candidate for 4" .
which he producedv-b.y need ele< Valley Gazette published the sad fact the town site of St. Cloud, which they any office or who has made known his "

carefully pursued for x three y of the death of Mr. Hulthev's wife, and / hope to complete within the next two \intention of becoming sl| candidate s .. .. ' fZ.
I The velvet bean Is a handsome : in our last week's Issue a personal : weeks, although the company: will not shall donate, contribute or give away, ,
and will be even more. so If i mention was made of his presence In : make a distribution. of tracts and town or promise or agree'to do so, or sufferor ?
I beans may be grown as well aa this city on a visit to friends, and little i r lots to purchasers: until enough I lacd permit any other person to do so /JVVVVVVVV VVVVWVVVYVf

purple. Mr. Brewer say the. did we thinK as he sat in friendly I, has been '4>''atted to glee each of the for him, any money intoxicating 11- ._ ____- ._ ___0-_ ______ __ ." -I +reie
bean I U edible and be believes I It Converse In our ofllce that it would be twenty-twos hundred subscribers 'hls'.quors' cigar Or any other thing of "
.be .equal lo "tfto navy or the our sad duty to so soon chronicle his1! property, which is expected tq be we value to any person, association or C. C. Diovrif, X'.Illl!.*t.,, 1
bran He has added somelhliv departure I,1 middle of next month. corporation. This section shall be 'w, 8. HAEWILL. 8...'' ,
the many resourc-eu of Florida. I UIB Mr. Uughev was a native of Orange I I .Mr. W. B. :Maklnson, who .sold the construed so as to embrace churches, SPEOtdLTIES ORANQB GROVES /', ,
true. As a forage plant and a i ,county, and moved to this place shortly I St.- Cloud plantation to the company, schools and any and all charitable or t
manure, the velvet bean nan u after information of Osceola county is havlTnj/ it thoroughly cleaned of all ganizations.. COLX3NY TRACTS B8DWB &B 8WEtL.[ WINTER HOMES ,
. jterlor. \In 1H81./ During his life here he was i weeds and put in perfect condition "It shall be the ditty of every 'candidate -
No; content with Its record ,identified witliN every enterprise that and by the time the drawing for lots to keep ft record Of all contributions TIMBER LANDS SUMMER RESOBT3 'f a
resort St. Petersburg was for the .public good, and took a : takes place: It will\ be as clean aQd, neat to him to promote the Interestsof '.
aspires favors to be a summer resort most active part in the government of I as the streets of a first-class city It is his candidaay,, with the names of TRUCK FARMS RCAL ESTATE BROKERS nlP t ( FARMS'< ,t :
board of trad : on oJtls plantation the town of St. the contributors, and he shall keep a
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Jt lively engaged A In measures to sev-eral .'' CMfbd Is being laid out and there Iso detailed account of all money expended KISSIMMEE. FLA. S.N, 1. C-

\ the I city, as la ohowu by the Chore picturesque place for an ideal in the promotion of his candidacy, .,
up ltd secretary sen), out lastnearlyfour .treasurer of the county at the time 011 little city in all Florida.! The town and he shall file with the county exec- YOUR SOLICITED% I
@ that t thousand 10'01 liter!the failure of the bank in which he'': will be located on the banks of Hast i utive committee if he be candidate BUSINESS .
01 had deposited the public funds, but he Lake one of the most beautiful bodiesof for a county /Jttice, or with the primary .
Belling Ht-tfreburk, forth as the a place advantage or foal J I paid' to the county every dollar en- I water in this state, and the healthfulness election commission it he be a can- If You Wish, to Buy or Sell, Come to See* .Us.. .,t:

r Investment. trusted to his keeping, although it took of the locality is said to be unsuruassed didate for a state or district office, a -:1 '".
: surd ,his l last cent to do HO, leavinp him a / In. the United States, as complete statement thereof, prior to -
a The housefly never had :i'pauper lo poc.ket; but a prince In honor. : during.the days when hundreds were the panvassof the returns by said
. friends and the mosquito has (J I[After' that he was elected tax aesesser'i employed! in cultivating the plantation county executive committee or primary THE OPPORTUNITY l
Hut since H has been 110 conclui for two or three terms and proved a a cage of sickness was an exception. election commission asthecase may ",
'. shown that the fly Is a whole moot eHlcjeut officer In that cauacity. Mr. 1 F N. Bass, the contractor, has be, which said statement shall be authenticated -
I murderer the cry is becoming ge A few rears ago he moved with his j,.completed the .six-room! cottage io bed ) by the affidavit of.: the tl&11.t: : 1 4 '-- ,
_ That ll inu.l KU. So long aj It family to Bradentown-for The benelltr: Ued for accommodation of the date and: anv and all other persons by ,
: regarded as a harmless null''of his wife's health she being an Invalid I, surveyors, and is pow engaged laboring I him authorized to expend money for 1 \ of a Lifetime to Procure a v I a,
t whose worst offense wan tralllni. and he thinking possibly the change I nn artesian. well. / him. ....
s filth in which It is bred across bl might better her' condition. At the ,i Just as soon as the! town site has 1/1i "It shall be aqd is hereby declared
44. food where exposed the fly cou [time of.his death he was possessed ofienough been I I surveyed and subscribers have a rntodemeanor-foc any candidate or .::
t ,pIcrate one may swallow the germs! of I IulosU the desire for .&cCU UlaLloa ,of. little! the construction-Of( houses and it Is' the day of the primary at or near any ,

.'} <- typhoid- fever or other'[thought. 'expected fully four hundred will be polling place any carda.fplctures, literature ; '
seases whose office in the c f cononfy./seems to be to 'preve reverence and respect than was is understoodthe officers of the company any candidate the primary.. ' \ ON' ,.' :

world from .becoming overpoputhe L., P. IIughy.-,; All knew him to be a will build palatial homes In or "Any person who snail. ..solicit"re "I._ ., ..., -. ", ." I ..' ... ''II..>.
I campaign of eitermlnatlo.[man of bonor,"of principle and of the' near the lawn of St. Cloud: which will quest demand or receive,; directlyy,or. '.;: '.' '. :" .,1,. q., ,'. ... ,If.-l., ' \. .f ..'IIf'J. ,.",. "
.hound -.to have an .Increasing; in strictest Integrity, 'He was faivhful to add*greatly to the beauty\ of the place Indirectly. any monev.IntoxlcaUrrir liquor '. "y : '.; ," ,
of vigorous supporters. One 'his' friends and Jen lent -to his enemies, as well as to the value of the property.. or any other thing of value, of EASY ; ''TaRMS ,( r
best means of preventing the inc'and for the unfortunate he always had I whatever nature or kind whatsoever,
-J of the obnoxious Insect, be' It re a word of cheer and a helping hand. EXPfRIMENT GARDEN // or the promise thereof either' to influence ,,,'
f tiered, Is -to abolish filth in the One bV-Qnl't the landmarks lire-gather--, ,I his vote.or under; the. pretense of A'rl
surroundings and to prevent ed in, and It will not be long until the I -_ i being used to procure the voto of any ""'-- \..,) ,f '"

breedfng In -stables and like ill pioneers of this section are only niejnOries. W. S Alyea to Demonstrate That other person or persons, or to bused 8 7' ,6' 6 4, '3 '2-. J..
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The commlsslqners for the Pi ,. I at any poll or other place prior to or ,
street t parkway. Pensacola. haj -.- -=--- -. .FAlfalfa i Will Grow Here. on the day of any primary. election (. :_ ' I -,

novel scheme fpr beautifying It, for or against; any candidate for office, ,ar
NEARLY ALL ARE SOLDThe t.
J are making a long flower bed {. I Mr''W.: S. Alyea of Atchison, Kanas'who shall be deemed !guilty of the Infamous \ ...' ,

S each side of the street car track I' has extensive landed Interests -1 crime of bribery, and upon conviction -- ... ,
eighteen Inches wide between V 1,200 Lots in.Old Soldier Colony l- In this county and.who, has been thereof In a.nv court of record shall be ",' .
and' Garden streets which they]j j'f !Iin this city for the past six weeks, has sentenced to disfranchisement by the I .
plant In coleus Being Rapidly. Taken Up.. I I'become .0 fully convinced that alfalfa 1 judge of such'' court for 4 term of pot ' ....\ \", -
Williams has a bill\ I red and white clover, \buckwheat, broom less than ten year and, to the county : \
Senator Our second proposition as to the col- : corp and broom grass can be protitaI jail for not; less than one :year. '. Nnu
, the legislature designed to prot one which offered a lot and five acres I blygrown: here thathe has secured "And tiff the conviction of'a second : : '
oyster industry. The senator Ji of land for $1OU Is below so rapidly 'from Mr J. W. Lilly a section of land I offense under this section, the first being . ;,, : : : I
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! the district containing Cedar < taken up that we are, .cafe In the belief lip; that gentleman' truck garden ja. alleged fend,vroveji, such offender : .

i which city he live and is ft that, like'the first' proposition: H will western portion of the city on I shall be, by the, sentence of the court, 1// 1 10 .11 1.2 ::13'I ,14:. .15" ;#''.1e.: l r:

with the subject in all its pha soon be over-subscribed. It !I.. gratifying 'j which to make pit experiments I forever -thereafter-, disfranchised and . .i_ I ,- .. A .. .......,
+ In the midst of a grand ar to know that a large number ot Mr. Alyea planted the seed Of tbe-\ deprived of his right to tote at a paL; I "" ar

pomp, splendor and dignity pate these subscriptions have o , to the occasion, the elega veterans'who have visited Ufe localityand .ay* they! have1 come up and show every In the county jail nf>>;lell than fire r" '" ...'t. :j.!'i;

t l Masonic temple In Gainesville so pleased with It by perenal evidence maturing.. Into no 2.crop. .'year...;. ,.. *1 iO '- - -a.i . _. ,.X :' tJ
tingly dedicated the Impresslv inspection-that hastened W *.; A. Mr Alyea thoroughly understands i Anyone who solicits a D from any : l2 gtr\ ," I.. ..1'. 7.: '.J' r
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,'' monies being conducted und end in their .subsorlptioas-r'No. their cultivation there is no ; candidate if. also a>unjshabla by fine! 2. 1 23 r22 .21 0 a. 19", 't 4' '18.,. i .' ., ,
auspices Of the Grand Lodge o er eT>d'uioe of the desirableness-ofthe reason to doubt that he will, demon : Imprisonment and dlsfranchlsement., ) \ ,' ..! :S , .4 I. t
1da. The occasion was noted f location could be .. ted.-We shall strata the practicability of their being / : '_' \ 1' ' iC ''\
have to l' withdraw our second successfully in this section./ S Kind .Words.- 4 .
h large attendance, many promlne .oo produced .,". .. .f **.:.
sons, from every section or the position-on account ot all the 1,200 which would add greatly to the valueof The' following 'kind'expression i''
pity lots and 1,200 five-acre tracts,offered our laads, a* it ha been generallybelieved was ". I . f f. y\.,..
being present. In letter fevlhi from . .
If, conveyed a paper ,, ..
thereunder being taken, .ad.tbereiore. that the soil of middle an C -
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f The novel proposition Mr. Ezra J. StewarVln ttitarge) ofthe ,
those whopontemplateedter- outh Florida adapted onlyvto.
unite with the waa this which 4' w,
gfb'wers Shaker colony OILY :
i 1 citrus\ in'the market /fag Into the colony-should do *o without -, fruit fend vegetable culture I"E! weiassilre near- highly 1 / L f\..,' '
., fornia growers delay. We wish that every veteran What this seetlon-* needed in ttiepast the jl.ntlem..a.1.; .
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their crops has been made. who think of going to Florida was a staple crop something that appreciated' : ....' .... '', a.".... 1. ,') ""or,::"
'tAll here are deeply Interested in: ;0 I'
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,} Among the bills passed by tt courd see this land-apeume have done could always be relied. on and which the{ which Is Inevi I .' \. )j ,c:..
1JJ. 'ate on final reading w*" one bator and we risk nothing 'in saying that no would grow on either high or lowland table'for Serial Qsoeola prosperity and feel 'o .,i.)__ 'T"1'
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McMuIlen giving street ca I matter' what his frame of mind he will and (If Mr. Alvea proves, a* he county # 10 _;;

panles the same rights and ], be pleased with ItA* soon.. the enterprise say certainly will, that alfalfa will congratulate the ValleyGazette IfOclent for< '2. 26 -27 28 29- -30",. -" ..:.3t' 32J'v: .
stand it hastaken -
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1"j of eminent domain' enjoyed bl, Is a little farther advanced we grpw here .as well as-.ID Kansas, the the prominent lo attracting and the notice of home- J ". ,. :-.. .. + tG
-- Toad companies, and another ;: expect to arrange with the railroad /fortunes that will be made out of Florida <
seekers to- that greatly favored sec .
It prohibiting fire to take down parties at a great reduction dirt la the next: flve.years will be 'If...,
f ator Johnson .... '
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." lead tion. NOTE-A good bard. road on aU. boar.sides of this.t..rtra xi M .
ance companies from setting u i of rates. numberless, Opr citizens should ----- - '. I '
of title as a defense from paynca I The survey are being'pushed a* Mr. Alfeevery assistance In his undertaking Y ,
. policy rapMlv as possible with as many competent ,, for if he Is successful he Mrs. W.J. Sears Entertains. The above diagram represents thirty-two _flv-.: '#

E. Bn i men employed a. can be..ecurecf.W. will have proven himself worthy of &11or&le' W. J. '':
To Honorable James Yesterday afternoon Mr I nacre 3 tracts; the land is high and dry and well\: Um- \,1. ::
due the honor and distinction o\\ are In hopes that shear work will as a builder up of our town and Sear entertained most delightfully at' "

: the "daddy" of the senat; be done and the lands ready for allotment county. card The card tablestwere' arrangedon j I bered; It Is located one mile.from. Kunnymcdo Hotel, ' Broome Is the oldest member j by the middle June.' -National the broad, shady verandah which '! ; '..
Tribune r two miles from the lands oftbo.Old.8oIdJers.ColoDr.( .
Uake-Galloway.
senate in term of servIce. t was delightfully cool and an ideal : ;

' served four terms 'which cam'. At the tome of the bride's parents, place for entertaining. Fruit punchwas and is of that-character.: of soil best. adapted to the -
successive. He r served during the and at the
near being the Mr. and Mrs B. A. Galloway Malt- game

1 secretary log his vacating of state the In 1900 senatorU, nee..I. homes sections of of the the black county bear.are Quail natural by the land there of.Miss was Bessie solemnized Galloway the to mal"ri&jl'e Mr, close Aad-delicious dainty spreads. were cakeand laid on cream the icaltlvation _'fruits; _and! vegetables TJiera is. ..exccllent ,
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for a term. He has been-' In tate .thousand can befouDdmost\ In the H. B. Leake of Orlando. Rev. Q. U. was served by tbui hostess, assisted by : l bo/iting and fishing, being located in a network
'i city Hml'.,-and duck., coots and letnp- '
however, sixteen yearn. Groves of, the Presbyterian church tied Mr. Wipe and Mill Sue Watson.Mr. I '
kens arson our lake and island In the knot, and the couple departed of beautiful lakes. The climate is tile nest in
The house committee on I number too numerous to estimate. happv Marion Carson ha purchasedthe
and taxation has reported r u;Kissimmee is the"shipping' point of Carolina on the point midnight. Mrs.train Leake for isoneof South dairy business of Mr. Tho'Van: : the United, States; ltjw'nter'and summer, and.the" "

house bill 309, by Mr. LJ water fish than otherply DUzor, and took charge last Satur-
ably any is'4onjvenient
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is totally Xrom
Maltland's fairest It
tube and best daughter locality freq. mosquitoes.' -
Marion providing'for the pay United. States, fully fifty *, and Mr Lake 1 is a well known day. Mr. Van Duzor beganoperatlnga Ii j
a license or privilege tax by thousand pound leaving: bee..each Orlando Insurance -OrlandoReporterStar. dairy on a small scale several yearsago to market. \ j.'
persons firms and corporatioiderlng week for western and northern markets agent. and a*.big patronage grew he In- I t a
I service to the public creased-hi* facilities uattl.l\! b.. become I '
the state of Florida. Oaceola county has more: cattle In its White Quite an extensive and -lucrativebusiness. LFor further information regarding this property !:
( Sale.
t't border than any other county in Florida Elephant The work however became "; write or'cihl : ,, .." '-."'
Honorable James )d Alexand< his to oil" ;
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'and the range: considered superior A ten-oeotea and "White Elephant too much-for him In age, i '
; ifled his resolution ..censurjn!! ] to that of any-other section of the Sale" will be held at the home of,Miss and .be decided to sell out and lane : "
rafts town 1* In the center of"1he whole country' The extensive prairie Mlung'on Saturday afternoon Mal things esy. ) ... Carson 1 I. an energetic ; '
Ir..porUmu'. paradise. The' prairie make tim expense: of herding very 8, from 4till, 6 o'clock.' Everyone( ancTpppular young m.a. and the' S.AhYAISIMEEiELAJ4 i
cot* ten mile distant,: abound with light, and cattle,raising i* considered vited-to. attend.Come! and bring your business-Will-\ --doubv-oootloue- w
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i deer and.' palmettor'b.\tak. lo.be one"of the- cafest businesses tong "White Elephants." For the benefitof thrive, aJld'''grow under his managemegt.l ."t .. .
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SWEEPS CaUKTRlTOne ':'"x/ '. Gen.rai. COTTON IS ADVANCING CaUl. Tick Cau.el "AID REPUBLICANS' [ ,


(l.Mr8.. James// H.V iJoyle,: alleged ac.complice .Annual!) In So \
graph and t telephone communication . InMhe kidnapping, of Willie t Taft Encourages Nam
Reduced Acreage and Short 'Birmingham, ,Aia. e *
Whula wno Is In' \\jail 0Je..cer Pa. .. a
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block d' for bours and mucb
; ; Hundred, Live JLo t andOver was property, damage was dorta ..betweenChatanooga has an offerHo go', Into' vaudeville U Crop, Expected. Us.,of the United '$ | C. O. P, Ticket in South. J
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comes from -an eastern theatrical mal Industry! ,. who
a Thousand 'I figured. ; and Nashville oy'a-storm, syndicate .
t that visited this section.!. ./ which wants her .to appear. Inme -Hobson'\ : and hi. ; \ '

'j Sevenl.ds'ellingB two barn ''and tWo urlernobn' and ..evening performances GENERAL DE .IMPROVING [part ment officials $;> QflS$ TO HELP,

{, SEVERAL TOWNS WRECKED school houses ware-demolished1' ffbout for which, !lhe'would rtcehef . coutli has made a NE

I live miles north of'.Chattanooga, In SSUO a week; \. Texas fever or '. \ .:' 'i.

/ .' ,-, ,"this county. Two women were injurTa \A band of cut-throats, who have Consumption of Cotton ThU Year, It It, of the subject, and Speakers t B* Sent Through >

.\ ,Storm W.T. Had It* Origin in the:NorthV.TBB : "DWfir'BeTlo'uaiy,, an4 ono perhaps, been committing"brumal murder' -were '- J ini 'd-wiU-Bea Record Breaker with him for tem :SlateiTto""Aid"Republican"Parly
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arrested allzlng -tlia
tat atly J In/the village of Murchlno aurprl
, e..e. Was Heavy Sufferer. I A K'nit distance telephone message. Russia. The principal culprits are
34 Killed in Georgi;*. frtjm. Elowah McMinn: county, on the mother ar.d her two dMihters who Infection, lot his -' "
...,. .... Loulfrvllle! ulid Nashvlllo!< .ra'ilroad' kepi a. tavel'n, 'I.IE..Isted by \two other New York 'City.-Prices'of cotton Tho cultlo tick \ ,. "j

..:::. ilia'Jiaised ''! nouth 6f KnoxVllle.\ rC'ports' four, .houses <' women In the .\ftlage, They murdered after *ome.irregularity, have lately advanced RUbject, und one on, D. C.-Every encour-
Atlanta, Ga In the cyclone d travelers who under.tbV Intel I'e81 t ot first thai -Bdmlnlatratlon can _
ev t> Ot-oigla. IhITly.tuw.lh.cs I from thu. tracks and ue'i'erel pursons fpr the night disfigured the bodies beibnd activity on .the part of bull speculators It is shown that leiiubllcuYI asplrntits for Wale 1 -
:wera claimed, nutl h' n liundrVd 1>er- recoguitioii/ 'and then Flblo for nilllloiiK I
la
injured
threw Chicago and the west generally, in the south be given dur- :
*ons injured, and "IWU) ""U" of .cli.i( At Oakdali! on the Cincinnati I t them-Ji-.io a sli/nm I that- puhsc'd'ino'lllW near : "'ofifotr.t'tKondatlhe souia. Llvei >ool Ihe farmers'of the wi ndiiiinlSliaUon, '
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tftTBway. Soullu .MaiUVcH tlULBfe'corpsesbceu 'liaVII we-1I1'e'> ,.. -- lt'nt ;
1 1fI' lailuav. a pool com was ISO has b6ught:: Tlicr: oulBTcTe jiulrtlcseenfs -
j blown Into the ICmory river At Harrlman ; fmificl. / 'I -to be attracted to cotton. Peo of it. T1lOSTrnllttd..ten 1 '
AH told nine cotinllos tmtTcred ,
, there WOH much damage JoIc In Ijioukljrreconlly. pie bellovc cotton la The fntllp 'UU Is will
lieavilThe. \ lore llaitow. Hall, liarnlson ... Judge DikeJUitenced ; a puicaase .be- various cabinet officers
,(, C'nuoll. Pojk. Uoughf-rty; Thorn k-Kiaph and telephone wires. Kockwotjd a Hiuri, who plead id guilty I caube they ihlnk that the season is outh nnd iiffecMn'" In the campaign In Vlr- .\

US 11111<'1",11 and Chuthatii. '1 he lurrs 1 "rcpoila Koine damage to propirly -! 10 mumptedburglarj, and was indicted one to three weeks late and inai tliechuncej > Texas to Virginia': summer and fall, tfoje reiub ,;'

.. In ll.ualion.. Polk and IHiugherMre . s n second offender, to fortS'tw'o. aie against a big y old this ally known, luil 11 for governor to le .
'\}'(- 'In' fai: the latgctKt. I I ChliXiRO; 111,-..Six persons were killed years\ I impi'I luoiimenl In Sing Bins. The year unleu. conditions) fiom now. on I C''tlstH' A damiiKliix; -. ... \,
In and mar llucnunhn, lliiiuUon'Oinil and
< \', 13 weio killed.: |n redarlowii.1'nlk l'II\I-oIIII't"rllll! ; (lie Ktorm, few mOI'i'l1i'i"Und; I tin' police saj that General tiado Is giaduully Improving C'arn containing! C. II. Fountain, Dooeued. ,

county, 12 wvre killed in and' SI01 in < Jundltlon k In this'vlclnltv he has been coiu-eini-d in !Dalli robbctrles. and Iho bulls think cotton Is :-o labeled by cider : It tat, 1900. ,, __ .j

Una.- Albany, Douxhoriv: i.nuuv. It 81''' hoiuewhat lmproedalthongli . bound lo share iu tho improvement. ral d"eiiarlrrieiVT, ". '
were killed. 'The .complete lint of Mioners and Ihundeistorms turning Gicut cxcllcmcut was caused at th They think the chances \point 10 it I poctlv* J\JI'I'IIIIH{ r... of Application for Tax Deed ?1

JuiiA isniot Known, liul I. fiom till In-I 1 10 HIIOW llurrloH" II lilt colder] with uwoHtcily naAy >'aid In Ijfoukl.x n. N. Y.. when '.. moderate; or unmll crop while therois I thav mav be .. : -Under Sections 674 and 675
counts, K will amount to 100 Kttl.e, are pre lch'd. lire "all.dlb'o\cl'(,() tind.er! 'Ule bow? .ofiho a reasonable certainty of a big con I Tlie federal ( "' ( i r

.The cyclone did not confine Itself j Thai, howvver, dentiuc-tIon has been\ $ llimn,caisciopsof steps to eradicate I of the General. Statutes.

to any one sccllon, but came iu a widespread< ,. Imolvlng/; IOHS of scores course' of coiit>tiucllon. U was at 13.500duo ,bales and above have eration with fiiic U bareby given that David
wide path from Hartow county cm of lives and much stoyk and other _\nrm thought trial.'an enemy to thu been succeeded by crops] of 2,000,000 I Ihe officials aie I 1 Not.. ot Tax No, 679 nl the

the north, to Thomas county, on the 'piopoity' IH ,:hown li>' 1 such l'elJOrtli go\ernment ni.ght have started till to 2,100HK)0) baltra smallerMiy: not jout. Ihe Infection day.of Julr.a.c.lnc.t. .Uki9, b.died,laid oertifl.
,outh. Jt finally dtsappeared) Into the as me at hunt)!. \VIic-s are drfwn III Jjluzu, but liivemlgatloii levealed Itiai this year? reason the II.uw operation of Jhe I )> Ie mf offleefana bin mndo application
Atlantic .ocean at Savannah, after Iowa, :Missouri mid K.in)'al> and Irunspoitnlion the lire pii,buijlj. was caused Oy a and then it Is true two big crops] tometogether. Dr, Cnrtls iia\8 I' deed lo laioe accordance law.
causing seiious damage \ln Chatham In renlial Illinois und the hot rivet which ha' \ That was the case In tlie lera of. thc biircun t ta certificate embraoei tha loUowlng wit de

county. \ northwent IB paill\' jinah/.ed.) a woikniMi. A cdeuilcal;/ 1 fire titluguihUer seasons of IS9798 and IS98'99, when peopl"' to undi-i I property in OrceoU County.

Savannah rl'lol'tJ a loss ot nearly Kreerliig:; weather pievalls over fllriTSfr ) put out tht bla e. what w..re.thell the high recOid >')ic-lda of'the matter, Tho .Ib., to-wlt: .Uu.te J

'410,000. That, however,- n-,BTirnni j,| -'iljrr'l''ii. of :Xebiaska} t tempera-l 11}' a coincident t' tlie :CTonfeclefatememorial of 11.2W.WO bales or over were ralnt-d. llon rtsc'ir is Binijjlt: j joxponHlve .-eeUol-o-1.wblp.. 25,

., compared to the deMibtatlon' iu the I i lurfK rHiiKlnt as Ibw as twfrnwfoui1'd .day. whKh husalwajs been Hut (hf. crop[ Of 1904-05 or 13.BC5.000 ,' A 'held -of range 8 east.:
other cities."Several <'Hioe' '' abo\t lit :>ortli; Flaltu/ bales was followed the next eur bone ( up In les i ii '
h<'Id In IvUiiihUllr uu ihe lasi Saturdu > > lnft The *ld lauda being awteHtad at the dmte of .
towns hove marled n lejiof I A "\l'nt"'lIIlIc' hour wluti from .of onl I ] )) bales Slinllar- done Hlnii.h] '
,345.1)00
an > In .\10)'. this )<.ar falls upou Decotatlon > I i i "ixuance of inch certlncato; In the name
,, fund for the man who have betn (Inhprdi and the 1'lI1pCrUIUfori\, )' Uaj', 1111'11'I observance bldi \\' the crop of lHOt07! of 13.S11.0UO pasture,!. The tide Unknown, .
thrown out of tlielr homes and nil \ I mul undlB IU ] I IIt
dt'giees ahov.' were 1ht> condl.t bales "'alt3lu'cpedl'd by one of only > s
zero fair lo be made M joint one, as the U l. Raid cvrtlfleate e.1 be redeamed
/>':{ making appeals to the public for hetji t lions t hlJflrPvall'd(1'1If'rallr inv western gia\OB* In fate 11,11 cemeteiy He not 11.571.000(/ Kales, This, irr turn, was ,' ieonlri about | ( /tax l thereon i
Memphis, Ten n.- )>,..tloll... of three-: ''Inp. If the entile ; t oe .
; MrMKouil throuRhout Kan- Biicceedetl In ihe by ,
j uncl\ ; tar upart and ilu-ic had IIlwu>'H been iirestntiieason tbe IlItb d y at May. A. DWllnum 11
,," tales within a radius of several hunired : BHIFreezing. 'temperaturm .In the good feeling htiu botwveu burvlvora one which Is ordinal'ily ---ralculattd! to I I 1.IISltll w..r. the my official aiguatura and this.
e
miles of :MemphiB, were swept ,i pan handle of Texas is' reported. of tho two armies h.. 13.5oOui(i () bales or theTl'iilIouts'l licfoie, Imtchln? I| 14th tiny of April, A. D 19
by storms of wind and i-aln, Iu some "Vhlrnso! wan Just a way Btatlon of The I'nited Slates Steel I The QII.. t Ion nrlKes ; la \ elcnr of Ihe ""Rt ARTIU'B E. DNEGAN. IIork

Instances of tornadolo proportions, :' tho storm. lIB area iiingliiK from :New; In Its for the corporation ence of inn7d8 'and that of 1U06OG! dean unll'lIl; they j' ( c-l (I.ul Court, Oweola. I,
it'ixit quarter ended .
A
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which claimed as toll the lives of it.score York to :'001'111 Dakota ainlcjLlendliiKan .Mart .. with their crops of ] ] ,3 5,1Ij0( > to 11.S71.00O .- wit h Infected entile. 1 County, For .
31 I
t issued
.ju given us .
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;. : or more destioM-d ti ) 'uhoii f --- --
I'k"
persons
the 'It-Ids 1 of
far Houth an Ihe mouth of net at following!/: j l3,500q.dOO -- --
.earningH
._ 'property valued at many I thousands of Ohio '( f22.92l.2tt>> as against and above to be repealed thU neaKiuii'Tlie 1 lick to mature on '
i ALT .
:! ; for ihf
:ti25,4b3; ended December
quarter
tiollaiu. Interrupted riafflc and 1''n'l drop to Mic ) : A. VANS AGNEW
answer to that quoMion
I [ n\ay
i'iqua. Ohio.-A tornado twenty
I 31 and $I ls,229UU5 for the '
dared useless miles of telepbone IB tfono after the 'I I
many mean hundreds of' millions! to l tin; 1
mil<- wide dived down iu thin section fouespondlng lust ,
quarter jearAfter
I' . and telegraph jvlrty*. Home sec 0ulh, :-at this p<'i'loil of .
...
damage
and tauHt><) a prOpiMty bUflL-ilnn broken
lions being completely Isolated a 01'11I. aInokin iiatth nnikt, lie nu>\ I ATTOHNKV AT I II .
:Meantime, although the receipt arw i iIniee '
I (.miniated at )) (11),1100.( i let;, a inaitoid operation) and ; I LAW..l-
Memphis; escaped Injury, but I loin that this meit-ly\' ( NOAARY
extended : It Is aBKiunrd tllrE AND
'I 11" path of definition a severe ocalp \\ wound Michael KllluCklc i ,
JAke Miss... ., had six killed and tv.tni}' .I\'r seM-ial tuuntk'S, and extreme of"w yo.l. Cll)' Is pieparfng) i Indicates recent lur/-:e hmuiK' at the )!, I 11'. f'urIR n"\II"

Injured ..lamlleas! done by trK1 wind in the to recovvi and exUt without a live'. | south. An estimate on 1 Ihe ant-ape or more .' KIStslMMEE. FLA
At Cuba. Tenn,, one was killed andtwo (owns< jf !I'iqua, Sidnej Houston .. |I \puts It at 3 per cent less than thai III of rotation Hulnhlp ;
.
\ Injured, Fletther< St 1'urlsand Klrkwood Washington.Secretaiy < last M ; ,- Five are repofted dead at Frank !'I I I ., of opinion Is that whether on al'-I I quarantining
4 i'litvbuig, Pu Two lives were of the Interior Dalllnger i
OANCHALAQUA
cattle tho TAR AND
Jin. Tenn. I geni'tnl '
J of expectedraH'LH
count of a bad start or ,
Jo-I! I and niurli dayiage! was done toIH'OI.ly bus IsHued an Older to the dlifc-lor of the fMimplM cure nt ( oiiKhii. CJulda,
For
One was killed at libber, Ark, and I by boll wee\il or fiom cutting firnlH In- n('I'om i iTh .
,hen electrical and wind ihe geoluglcal sur\e>' lo iiHceitain AIM! brncblU.aud "llulJgoumplaDt
.one Wheatley, Ark. an what Biles In the down of the aiea on account of dUT<>I'I"In ; <1tuir to ConnumpUnn ,
'' $erlouB damage Is reportc-d from htuini pasted o\er I'lltHbuig following main power and not inside are I the nnllo'iial,puiUito for-- l 1- the 1l'lOpllnp..lc./: .... for Kraln the \pres- "vl'roop liocf ] :lid rlirrrv have for ir= mftntalned an
a now stoiui.Indlaniuiolls. feet!'"rt d l I lull Id and I I 1 ,.btb.h., relMiUtlntl a "'.ldl.d rmiih
.Jtarloqi". Ark. IB believed tuitallcd
and it
a -111 I wil be bomewbal -
\
t'bts, with a view' of obtaining legl faL iKieOfji1: ; ). It oontaiuH no oultiui .. ,liarmful
number of people. have been killed' Ind Governor Mar One the rcdticAon at I. u> li<> fiom I 'j l with ,
tion from <,ongu- to contiul anu 'irs'iulau I report ]puts i iHi .did "> run >e iciven aerY f rhI.lr60
Jn the country about there. ,, ,-.111111I a.. iioilneil by "'ardeJHeld, llij.-lr! diHiiiibltlon. I |11f',' i'(Mil In Louisiana, 1 pi r I'"nl totiii nnlrnnl I fe.ti,"0. **nl
At Quito, Te. nn., two weie Killed. ,,',01 I the norther!) Indiana prlpon at The Turkish f In Oklahoma, l" In Aikani-aM. ."> In :MlxilsHlpiil Inm In t \urloiikh l I t _
ambassadorHu sdnKiaxnn
Te. :Michigan CIt (hut six hundred Jeet {C; JlCOCliiMifio, on the .' HEALTH ANDIVITALITY
Carolina
;Locke, nn., a bmall village eighteen > \ >1 und J in South < orgln -
Jie pifseuled to the hunt .
miles from Memphis. was, practlcally ;,; ut t the prluou wall had been blown ) foi'inul noilcu the '!. i !: and Alabama, There IK no little- MOTTS NERVINtlPILLS .
department ot 1 I
) uc
; 'obliterated anJ! n nuinber of down by I the -tOI m. The governor, tiioii to the tin'out' c f Meht'iued V. i ice alarm in' Louisiana o\rt the boll wte11 TUiS'Uf I The Iu'l 1.01 mul tonio rcvtorali ve I lor man
persons Injured. I, In ic-ply to an appeal for militia, senttiential ", \' i ,t .. ..1. |>r sAt belle .td that Pope iya'
It Is thu unibasxndor
up the NHttHn HD<1 r*'nvWN th" '
: Crossing Jackson : Oran Hciry lo :Mlchlgaji City On Ihe other hand mllr-Mcukii.." In no.mA .
Young's near.
tMila bv
will li'lain nis |I'" A unuei. me new main Mans "" For wale by OM I'hnrmacy or
+' Tennv five peisons were kI11><4, und'' with orders lo call Out a c'Ompony. of I go\ernmeut Europe\ are reported\ to be liberaJ], on.1 l lKiirope Hiiin-v liaA ,- 11! II llo |>IT box (I Imxn for .Oft, i,
-- militIa at South Uend: If needed trade I it not all I that could 1
many Injured -- I Colonel 1 Robert, K. Lee. Jr, gland, ( a J.oit l to ixuitlj tf'1 ___ _. .
_..Henderson.. Tenn.. reports tb :Monroe= Gu.,-AV the result Of anl I sen ut..J.I1o..u.oUd&tUlcrJU.,J.Ul wcr tuember { bo flffclred. )fur that mutter, although in-bb,t i'iu.i Xuia 1 I
persona Injured and a largo piapeitjloss. lecrlc| Btoiin. whliUlslted this secicn. of the Virginia legislature and a I the yarn oIi.r..ln..III'.Iu-----1hls, cuunLry.- the L'nlol of Jf T '

I ,I :Mlrabeau U Uai'if-tt his wife, young lawjer cf Fairfax county, Virginia bas Bomy-whal Impioved', the rel\al Alit-l' {'I'I< I SHOPS
j In the \lclnlty of Medina Tenn., ami x-i7j'ear-old daughter are dead, who has been prominently] mentioned I of tratl 'ln most cotton fabrics, though; woiiiuri and ac.ci E 10 PIRGHIHE

.two were killed and five Injured. j lw.hlli" :> hrOlttle. !ear-old son lies In far goverutn 01 viigiiiiu iu mepabt It hilS mfttle some [propiesj' Is rot her naiLiei.N', I tliat of "- -

A special from Forrest City, Ark., ,,"serious condition.I :. few jearu, has announced that I sicker tha-n had IIPLMI expected, T..x'all 1 ion, 1..HIJIet; und ."

ays a cyclone struck lhat se'IIOI1'j I I Mammoth :Swings, Ark. A tornado he is not candidate for the ,democratic .", hat. > et time .to lel-iievo Ihe ]lateness a luitiahithcivtuni- Proprietor '

lulling two persons. Injuring I passed 18 miletN ast1! .of here, killing .gubernatorial honors.: ./ of the season. The Eastern Gulf ucruans II&htt :
less seriously slx othejs: and demolishing "' oth* States, which at ono time had rather mall. ,
,
.eight persona and injuring many, The' euprem'e coart ot Mie United, I FOR
a score or more houses, .most ers. Many houjea W re clemollshed States wiiKadjoutn on May 31. Sittings too much' rain liavo latterly been favored I "Women In: war'

of them .residences of farmers. I near Mammoth Springsjtnd, much livestock will ,be held May 3, 17 flD1ta31. by fair wcalher. The big move'Dlent outside 1 tuelr 'proper :

At' Knoxvllle,. Ark.,. fourteen' per* wan' killed. ," to announce decHl.nj and to .lietr'motlonrf. ,. Into sight has also surprised a ""sIIQn. I I Gas Engines .1
'sons were Injure' :: good tria ny. Spot trade at the south .' here. would be
.Weat Miss I|! PUllU d.- Tenn.;' 'Twenty per% os are .: . :' , '.t at times has v shown a 'lull, and the I luin- t. Outfits. .
:At ;Marlon., Nancy Young of society. \\
teported to have been killed anoVfor- The bcdy of Major Pierre ChaJ'le'llL'Entant said of Liverpool. But. ; ,
w.s Jellied, and Miss Jena Young Mrs.Aartm .-,ily injured In tornado which swept the French engineer cfflcer I fame may all and be all. Ihe statistical and muu'B ,conilianior, 1 'r
Poland and Curtis Young probably the Eectiou of Ulleu continental taken Ui.uer ttie power of
over eastern coun1ty. I who bei ved In tne Y. I trade slnrailon Is. considered bv many r
fatally injured.'Near Uee Springs a village In the designed me city hall In New Vortt transaction but ulwuyb)'" under '
kind favor
to
the
I be of
If" ', Wheatley Mrs .Thrash was southeast section. 16 miles from Pu'laskl. WffeTfe the continental congreus met, to has How mls'aKbn, 1 OR REPAIRED
.' .' tiadly hurt. and an unknown negro Is reported to have been totally 111.dbo: planned the national capltol, I for k rise and. speculation> ,-' wl .uJd'd lemluine :: ;
within ft-w days. br9adened I perreptlbly
'"another a
;) killed. John Smith negro destroyed. The country Jn this section was dlsiiiteired in Prince George; I National Gli ners' Association lect s WOlk I | ';
The : >
t.Aj' :' fatally Injured Reports of damge K to -
: waa- Is devastated county :Maryland, where it was ujtr-:! In tfceacreage u-ying .
reduction
I \ also come from Marlanna and CasbVille, Mo.-Eleven persons were led in lt5.!!: and was placed In the AI"- estimates a IIO\.eDtoll of the 1 1IUIG f
,,!, 1" Ark of fi per cent. i and
Hams. Horn. killed and twenty-five thirty hurt itngton Natlunal cemetery Brief exercises - I especially ANY DEPTH
It r Horn Lake a small town In DeSoto fourteen'lIerlou81)', by' a tornado that were held over thu remains at CAR'NLGfEHtRU MEDALS. ,,1.tJ cf bl: Haul. i iaependence I i "

\ ; oj, county, Mississippi, was practically destroyed Golden, Mo. The numoer the capitol, with,, addresses by Vice ] on man, I

'" -. 'I ,,wiped off. the map. dead may_ tfo_even greater. ,, as the, .reports President Sherman and Ambassador Aged Mrs. Con of Florida Awarded nuance, but not Itr I
ff." 31. Louis,. :"Mo.--lfteports from the are Hot "complete. ut-jti-end. The rentainiT. -were hurled Medal for Rescuing Child. I IPlttsburg. "VH"mall" Repair Work f

k."J. 'cyclone 'tone In Arkansas and Ten Birmingham, Ala.-A fierce cyclone with military honors. Pa.-The Carnegie Hero j j wlhlo the : inds
; nessee' make it practically certain William H. Taft has received Sne las"I great .
Mrs.
', .paused near Hartselle, Ala., In the Fund Commission at its regular: quarterly ,
.;t :4 ('tbat'ithe number of dead will reach section which has been visited by so an oner: from the mayor of ]'oyo. meeting here made awards to I,i ace in every i ito .

'Ii ,h'- ns_hundred and the Injured two many wind storms, and Henry White, Japan,..of one thousand Japanese c",or- twenty-three persons In different perform on bt> :
1.. uf..""

'. "tj.The greatest damage, was done! In West Plains, Mo.-Six persons were drive In Wa.blngton'wIIICU. 'is heroism considered since the l last i tection o women '
;, .the'Mississippi valley.Nashville. I I killed and fifteen Injured at Alaon, to be made one of the holiday places; : meeting. The awards consist Of sixteep thfs great and co '!
'
'to'' Tenn.-Late advices /of Wasblngton. The .otter was ac vhould unite and O
Mo., the county seat of Oregon coun' bronze and seven silver medals, ? "D T T7
;k 'from Centrerllle show that a score ty, when a tornado destroyed most cepted. One hundred, of the trees are MQPO In cash and annuities amounting cure tbte mcaos
"or lost In the tornado available .tor planting at on..e.The the apostolic '
;: I'I u more lives were of the buildings In the town to 1125 a month. "
It and ,that the property damage la $100.t ,- original manuscript of the The awards Include: cnarlty.,

; GOO.. NhWSY PAHAGBAPHS. "Star Spangled banner taas been located Amlla G. Cone: 61 years bId of

i/" <' ,-< At Fayettevine ,Lincoln county the -- by the Francis, Scott Key Memorial Raleigh. Fla., awarded a silver medal 1' "a'Ya Militia .

),1/i: ,..' atorm rued many residences, blew off Although be says he has made association' which is endeavoring for rushing into a burning building \V a ngt l -D. .
11-1/' / *,!. eme. end Of the Elk Cotton mills and more than a million- dollars In the to aecute possession of it."While May 5. 1908 and rescuing Evallne' Lee l y
:;,, killed three persons. prize ring, "Jem'* Mace, the old-time it is Improbable that the owner Smith\ colored, live months old.whose 'the!planr submitted
;;'r .- v The 'town of HilUboro nine miles English: pugilistic champion, has applied of this precious relic, a Lialtlmcit: clothing wan on lire when Mrs. Cone naval I Best'Sold i
.. Franklin was practically for under the woman, will consent to permanently her
? -Vest of a pension nev reached her. and who died from cises of the coming (
,, ,vlped out and three persons, names British old-age annuity act. Mace, part with it, the association hopes to burns. The roof of the burning buildIng j'elates by reason of .

J" ,, unknown, were: killed In a house de-1, wno is now 77 years old, has a record bo able to borrow ,the manuscript to was about to fall, and did fall 3 {fable to take part
\'C "ffi"e. i jnolUhed bv the wind.Chattanooga '''i I of 500 appearances in the ring, place on exhibition at the old Kay ,minutes after the child was taken maneuver These '

' Tenn.-Railroad, tele- t and, only .two defeats. mansion. In Georgetown, D. C oat. York, Georgia and
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Dr. William De Hart of Logansport, The plan of New Jersey coasters to
w' IAYHUMOURS( STAm---- I Jnd, sent to John C. Davis of New present the nation with a summer PORTRAIT OF DAVIS $2,134,080 Paid ; I .

1.i .... Is Introduced In Senate to Psy York city a wallet containing 2,0uu Capital: has been given fresh$50,000.Impetus. -Causes- New York City. yd & CO.
Long Service Holllngs-
by J. D. Ureenhut giving On Silver
.... ., ___ .Spanish War Expenses. ''In nule.' and ra>n. wnlch he found on lJra.ncb'and other cities a48' collecting v",orth Annoyance. Sugar Refining
t.er.rl..torJ6"J. the street tvru weeks ago.: Davis WBJ .
Woshlpgton; D. O.-8tat.s or I and.the New .
.' , LpJLtheUnltedStales which supplied motoring through Indiana and did notdlst'ovcr a fund for the ,purchase of "ShadOW'Lawn. Washington. D. C. The protest the tey iame ..
< his loss until! he was on Ihe t1, M/0. gainst the :
', troops before for service or after In Muster the war Into board a train bound for home A by the late John A. McCall, for the r Mississippi In placing the portrait | ury ofSe of United ........... )
with
Spain, completing
the property to silver
friend saw accounts of Dr. pu.ipoi..e 01 deeding of Jeffornon Davis on the serv- ,
reimbursed for the newspaper
-f 1 service, may be the government to be uued as a sum ice which Is to be presented to the I settlement of civil
ihe wallet. .
In.this work, De Harts tinning .Davt.ask..d '
,actual expenses Incurred 'houue for tlie of that of the fraudulent
Ii mer white president. battleship bearing the name _
the under to keep the c\jii
of Colorado !
,. t"I /lSenatorGuggenheim |1 I1i3.I :New Jersey! representatives In con- state was presented to the house In Plan to. ; TREES
ri ; bas offered a bill making this provision. ,
,. gie.ta have promised\ to tee that the the shape of a resolution Introduced
. '''' ,. A certificate of the governor of I i The schooner Addle and Heatrlce government accepts the gift. by Mr Holltngsworlh of Ohio. New York City.

, I''' '1 +1': state showing money was expendIn Captain Walters and her crew of As the president ha signified his Mr Hollingswoith: desired to have been "mfde to the I

, '.".. ." eel good; faith_for the sole purpose twenty-one, which _tailed from He.rmu- Intention to make an official trip to the secretary of the navy Inform con- | approval of an Nurseries.
'.r CJfatdln'tbe, United States woulJ be da on Match 'Li f"r1 o bile. Ala, has trie Aluka-Y ukun-Pnclllc exposition Kress what lesson 01 patriotism and i the condition In

,, ''considered sufficient for the payment i i been given up. She sallec] for Bermuda this summer. Representative\ Tawney what Ideals of government the pro- | Is to b j known W.

_ : ',of the ,claim. Claims filed after one trom Peimacula on March 10 with Introduced a bill In the huu.o u: mipiopilale po,,fd gift Is Intended to Inspire. He Home Economics j J. .HOARD AGENT
,jyear fronf the approval of the act 'a carGo of oils, and was returning ] $25TJbO for The president's; also desire". to know If the officers of object of the "
9, barred from settlement. | Mobile with a general cargo Winter plantlntr a geuertl
M" ; . -would be annual traveling expenses.Congressmen the battleship J agree to the plan.EAHTIIQfAKES prove conditions In
Trees of all leading varie-
'I. -- Tired of scorching nutomoblllsts. are In a state of perplexity !

:; L COY B\HENT. WINS FAMOUS tAS I Chief of Police Austgen, of Hammond.Ind !". over the c"ensas office situation. PRLDICTED. j Act of Kindness ,from healthy insects rough Lemon-ot and ,
" ., baa had% nected a 'water gun" U Is now said that the whole I pesU any knd.
\\n eo commodities Clause" of the Hepburnt on the main thoroughfare of that clij., row over /DIrector :North.! was. precipItated Seismic Jars Will Be Numerous In the- New York Clty.- groves and therefore t

; ; w Sustained by Supreme Court. | It will be operated by firemen on telephonic through contentions over connects Month of May. Hoboken'Clgar < nursery stock are second t

i. j . 'Washington, D. C.-Some of the Instruction. from the police, for tabulating machines. iu Paris, France.-A French scientist officially Infornfed ) twent. year's exper-

gt,I; .biggest' railroad s>'stems In the counw If an aulomobllUt at either end of which counter charges have been M. Deparvllle announces that seismic, Regnaud of PaN- e 8 specialty season of th

try sustained a severe blow when the the boulevaiM falls to hetd the command made involving both the ]probity and disturbances can be expected to oc I' <:ft'iO' t his VlH. which Our is destinedto become th

'supreme court of the United States reversed of the police to slack up a message common sense of'the director. There cur at the principal declensions of I > pars ago LacejV < : Valeocl. buds oome
L1-, the decision of the lower courts will be vent to the fire -taouae have been so many conflicting representation the moon. Years of.observr..lons have 'lelurnliiB; frot B the now famous for pro-'

'in connection with the commodities and when the heedleta motorist, on the subject to the president brought him to this conclusion.He track In a. -

vCelause In the rate law, Under the de- comes within range of the "water lie, aJ well as others concerned, says shocks may be expected \on several hundred death
>wJclslon of the court many of the big gun" he will ba> bombarded with a.threeinch has been confused by them. Until the during the .month of May on the following 'renhm.1 bad lost and they were
-4vrtiad wllhave| to divest themselves stream of water traveling difficulty is solved the census organization days : 6th Ith, 12th, 13th 17th.rlgth i aces. They had Nadir Pacha, the secoua

S ttelrv" (!Gal_, properties, provided conAt' I las raer'aa onebundred' pounds pree'sure which is 'already much: beb1nd.c .- ., ,- 20th.. 23rd! 2Cth 27th. 30th. tea ."ey insisted on cf the palace ratified'the, was'hanged.

,' .,....-ir does., IQQI oome ,to,1..thelr reUef..r. '_ will send U. ''I/ ,;.. not \proceed. ) t I 1k $10. Hamld to SalonlklT deporta- i.<

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fLORlDfNEWS'NOTES.. Brigade. Camp of Florida KISMET!

, State Troops In June:.' 1 KlSSIMMEEs&OtTTE.I :

House Con 'utrent: Resolution No. JsekwnvilleFla.It. 1>as been announced I .'

,.-4. by Mr. MoM ame" of, St. Johns, from the general headquar '

providing that the orange blossom be tern of the.. Florida State., troops ,that -
.
; ... adopted and designate is the em: the brigade "of Infantry,, which comprises JV'EE'; : 4

? 'tlem, flower of the state jfcas. adopted tho military Jprce of Florida ii : : .

under waiver of rules and ,wXa: iuimeutately will be ordered out for IW: annual tour f ii .
certified' 'ito the sejnate.: 'Mr.3icWilllam of field duty duringtho 11 r t'-\Vek In STEAMER LILLIHJ, STEAMER KOftADA,

., in explaining!) the purposes June which lour of duty"will beheldat 4 Captain Clay Johnson 8r. Captain Clay Johnson, 3t. 4Regular
t ot the resolution rated that many the permanent camp site at Phi .. '
&jf the states of the union had adopted brophen on the St. Johns river near .k1Y"lrtPI to Basslngtr sd return.. Koseada I...... KLel.-
tree
,' .Hmblematic flowers, and that be deem this city! ; Tuesday morning, and arrives-r.lolmmee"Friday: vents-, e
,'d;the tlnio most opportune! for Flor- -AIleT ft was announced lhat ''the >" Special-Charter-Trips: to Lake Ofce'eo>obee tnd-Forrblyare D ta. Uilii '

da to adopt a flower that was thoroughly troops of the plate wouldnot thin r' I C Comfortable accommodation for passengers., Rates reasonable. II

'; emblematic! ot the state, and year: participate In the Joint army and I !II:' 'III!II The most. picturesque Waterway (tn FJorldX \ a

,.hne-that could not be excelled In fragrance mllltla coast defense exercises In the For Passenger and Freight Rat II apply' to jv 1 r

or beauty ()n'eartlt'. artillery districts of Pensacola and : CLAY JOHNSONT; SR. Proprietor a
i' Tampa, It was anticipated -By the rank .... ,
'
Action bill for
an
on a providing On boat IT '
-Ulll
and file of the service that an early \ Kisdmme.. *
, appropriation sufficient!, to guarantee / ,
spring brigade would be heldat
camp __
the. expenses of teachers while a'U\ ,, -I-- '
.tending, summer schools, In'the hope the new permanent camp, 'cite, any / ,I /" .
, attendance" commanding officers accordingly, J .,
- "-- -- - of-' securing u' belter
; these schools of !Ingtrutclon.! was Indefinitely have quietly been making the necessary '(::I =: The'b ;
/0 I preparations to bring their? coma -.-
postponed after an .lntere.t. '
I .' fag debate .In the houao of repreaenta- wands up to the highest standard of:
' l. lives. efficiency for the service afield.' t Outlook for Plain-Folk q
Jt Is understood that the troops are ,
I
t William, S. Jennings was again appointed In -excellent condition by. reason or'

s a special counsel by the board the rocent"! annual inspection conducted lh e 1
of trustees of the Internal Improve by the federal government; strenuous Ey Professor E. Jk Rot 1

ment fund. The appointment Is only preparations having been made ,

for one case, that of J, Peters vs. the by both officers end enlisted 'men for
trustees.-lie U to receive $1,000,. com ; "'
that, prdeal. The adjutant general. -- HE newspaper cartoon Ha a democrat \Some daythe' inventor 4
I" pensation.. Major General J, Clifford! R r\jate, of It will rank watt Gutenberg 'foA In enlightening the
The house of representatives adopted In writing to commanding; officers Of .as= what
., people on public affairs It Is to red Ink and1 Capital*- (
a concurrent resolution providing the "weveial organlfaHom composing the arc-light Is to the tallow dip. Give It much of.the, f
for the auiiolntment of a Joint committee the brigade, advising them of the com ,
of threo from the house and, ing camp, has taken occasion l to cau- Li credit tar tbe growing failure of the bosses to hoodwink the
voters. It 18 like the Greek fire that say d civilization from, o
two from the senate to Investigate tion them that If arty supplies of ordinance '
the report of the IIoclal'comml8 lon or' clothing Is needed to equip the Turks. LleT Of course the machlrip.? too. can launtlt'its ,

appointed by the legislature ot 1807 their commands for the field to Immediately s r / te- Cartoon, but a false cartoon is like \\a wet rocket. It

'f for the purpose \9! examining the afr make requisition! for same, as does not go off.
fairs of the trustees of the Internal the lime for holding l tho ramp Is now Some. 1 know will pooh-pooh my howmg. "You are b hind the time*,"

+( improvement fund less I than six week off from the date ., I hear them say "Actually the trend Is all ,the other way. How about Ute !N

When all these counties are divided thai will be named U> the general or.dl'r1t'W1l1'b'wt1tnn1IJ1UI' rule-9L3JL BuslneBJnA.merIcan: ! cltleand tatel _Have of specialInter!
In which factions are clamoringfor eats working through party machines made government! a fiction And
with (the attendant troops during the week / '
-
present
two governments : '
If democracy has become a sham In the. house of Its guardia a. what hope 1*
expenses, where there I Is one now, The annual Inspection( of the troopa
and each *.ew county Is provided to, ascertain 1 the relative standard of Cartoon: by Trig?*, in the Yew Ynrk. _Puce. ? there for It elsewhere?" I deeoa 1I
with a representative In a legislature efficiency for the elate having been I No. What has been lost Is not democracy but certain fruits of

which" must not have more man one omitted at t.ie time of the federal Massacre racy. The. llitereats have their way only because, they work! la the; !dark-, '

hundred membeu, what a select body Inspection, It Is generally understoodthat Story of the \\, always In the dark. They contrlve'to fool enough of the pebt/rVenough/ 'et

the state senate will become. I 11113 Inspection'' wTll be- made at the* time. There is robbery by the mailed fist, and robber!' by the lithe

A white velvet bean Is being I propagated the time the brigade Is In camp at I Told hand. The feudal classes spoiled the people like a Front de Doeuf,' Ute corporations -

byl Tom Brewerof. Homestead riillbropbon It Is expected( that this ,by an EyeWitnessArmenians today filch from us like Fagln. The plain people here!ire not weak. t,

which he produced by .seed selection! arrangement will lie very much morepatls'fartory as they are In Russia, but they have not ben taking notlce4-that U all.
Hrpfnlly pursued| for 1 three years than Inspections conducted ' \ wllllnot take ,
They have been too sure, too careless, too trusting. But It generations
The velvet bean Is a hand ollTe plant at home stations, as It will place Shot Down by American Missionary's Side of slow upbuilding to put the people again at the helm. Ring the ,I",
i
-
earn command upon the same relative
will be white
and even more so If ,
beans may be grown as well as the footing. and also give an excellentoppoiunity While Begginjg Official Protect Them"AdanaWas tocsin a few years and we shall see who Is master-From Everybody'*, ..IsBy ,

:purple Mr lliewer says the new to draw more clearly comparisons -
Commander Craven.
bean U edible and he believer it will In the work of the various a Hell"-Mil1tarv a \
r ate. .
.1.>1' equal to the navy or the lima companlos Adana, Asiatic- Turkey, via Constantinople resident, where many refugees had
bean He has added something to :Vo Infantry brigade camp of the The Ilev Herbert been received The wife of the British II .. y.iI
the many resources of FlorIda If Ibis Florida State troops haj been held Adams Gibbons of Hartford Conn, a Vic.f Consul. who Was broughtInto .- \ t ,

la true As a forage plant and a green since the Tampa camp In the Hummer missionary of the American Board of Adana under fire on Thursday, 1,

manure, the velvet I bean has no su- of Ifloti: the troops having( gone to Foreign Missions stationed here and tended personally! to many wounded ,, ,
' nerior the artillery\ districts of Pennacola at Tarsus, was an eyewitness of the women and children) @..I "_L ,"" -, ."

f a Nat; -content with its record as a and Tan ra for \the tour of duty prescribed scenes of terror and destruction at "Adana was a hell. The bazaars . ,1.4. ,

# favorite resort, St Petersburg now for the 5'oar? 907 and 1CW\q, the centre of the Moslem uprising were looted and set on .fire. There ,

S aspires to be a summer resort also For various reasons, the artillery\ He gives the following story of massacre -' was continuous and unceasing shoot .. ,
i It haj a vigorous board of trade uc camps were not popular with either rapine and Incendiarism: ing and killing In every part ot the "W omen's n l u
lively engaged In measures to buildup the officers or enlisted men of the "The entire vilayet of, Adana has town, and fires ragec in many quarters ,

( the cit>. as Is shown by the factI service the chief objection bring, been visited during the last five days lon.
i ltd secretarysent out lam year perhaps that onlv a few of the com- With a terrible massacre of Armenians "Moslems from the neighborhood t

nearly four thousand lots of literature mnlci were detailed for actual artII- the worst ever known In the his- began pouring Into the city, and not "DubloutNE
petting. forth the advantages of St ers duty behind the his /guns at the tory of the district, The terror has withstanding our protests, the Vail L

IVU-i'&uurR as a place of residence coast defense\ fortifications, and also brcn universal, and the Government distributed arms to these men, alleg- l '
.. AUld Investment 1h. undesirable location for the ta powerless to. check the disorders ing that they were Turkish reserves themseltios'i..,
! camps of the 'Troops detailed as arc Adana: the capital of- the province, "Major PaughtyVWyllevat the head result of the "Women's Revolution" women ', 1O
f The housefly never had many Itler)' supports Besides these objer-" has been the storm centre. of troops which he compelled the I may well consider: If It becomes general, It means the per.

I friends and the mosquito has nile' Ions, the! orghnlzatlon of the Florida "Conditions have been unsettled Vail to supply, went to the railroad Ishlng with startling suddenness of most of the progressive V\;j

Hut since It has been so concluSlfulyshown State troops Is that of Infantry and It for some time past, and there has station of the town and was auccesf- races of the world-the French, German, English Hcandlna-: ?:a]

t I that the fly is a wholi'sdmie"murderer was somewhat of a hardpronositlon been animosity between Turks and till In preventing .Jhe villagers from ___ lan, Spanish, Scottish, Italian Australlap, English-Amert-; 1
! the ciy Is lie-coining generalthat to satisfactorily convert an Infantry Armenians, owing; to the political ac- coming into Adana. Later, while Hungarian and Slavic stock. 'these must 'all '

U must. go. hal'luleltllnut..a.tl So long ad 11. Was\ e organization Into that of artillery In' fkvlty of the latter and their open Major was attempting to pacify the!' H can away, as the New Englander of native descent, la "pass:'
regarded as a
be short period available for the ser purchasing of arms , town he was shot and disabled *
r whose worst offense was !ailing the vice. "Early last Wednesday morning "Missionaries of the Central Turkey now. &, J
,
sl'1 7' filth In which It Is bred across human It ran b<> said almost with a certainly while, I was in the! market I noticed Mission had assembled for a district It. means the.actual conquest of the earth within' the .Y'..;

W food where exposed the fly could be that the entire service win v"'* that the Armenians were closing their conference In the centre of Ad 'lifetime,of women now living, by Negroes and lower-class Chinese mast Indiana r'
, tolerated Now; that It is known I that alnly that the entire service will hall shops and hurrying to their homes. ana on the' Jay of the outbreak. They and )!.ala'a. Only the rapidly decreasing Dumber of those who beats '"

t one may swallow the germs of tuborc'ulouU with' delight; the prospects of once An Armenian and a Turk had been received and protected hundreds of children from reasons' of religion and the Japanese, who reverence tie -',

typhoid fever or ,other dl ,-more getting Into a brigade Infantry killed during the night and the refugees in the American Seminary national Ideal. above personal ambilton'or indulgence ,will survive to-cast s\

aeases whose office in the cosmiceconomy camp, where light upon ,
, seems to ba to prevent the company drills and Held exercises can respective quarters. The sight of the ored to pacify the warring elements little gleam "
world from ,becoming overpopulated. , with satisfaction to the offl dead inflamed the inhabitant, and: Missionaries'Treacherously Killrd. level of the cave-men. I
I ,the campaign extermination I: Is be held crowds at once began ,to gather, in Can a movement be wholly good whose consequences. ; already visible face''i.
and of the '
troops. "On '
care men Thursday Daniel Miner
bound to'have an :Increasing ;number the,fBtreeta, armeU with sticks' axes Rogers their awlft beginnings are so stupendous : :: #55 :
,1 ji
f and Henry Ma'urer American missionaries : . I't; ;
: < ,
,of vIgorous' supporters. ,One of: the Exciting Experience: th.7" and knives.. A few'youog Armenians were,killed under treacherous ': \ ,.' -'-t)'
:
I beet means of preventing the, Increase A Monster Shark. assembled in the centre of the covered circumstances."On ;I." - ;;,,
,- of the obnoxious Insect, be It rem em.t market and began firing revolver! MUM'
.Miami: Fla. Captain Charles Friday the Armenians :yielded,
t hared Is to abolish, filth In the home shots into the air. By 11 o'clock In r
Thompson, one of the moat interpld since when there has been little murdering at M M ,
surroundings and to prevent flies the morning the crowd had begun the '
tb southern section
fishermen of [
+ breeding in .stables and like places. looting of shop'si ,
had a most exciting experience wits "Adana fs In a pitiable condition.The .
t The commissioners for the Palafox Commander In Seclunlon. '
a monster ,bammeilieaded shark a. Military town has ben pillaged and de-
: street parkway Pensacola, have a few days since Captain Thompson, "The military commander of Ada stroyed, and there are thousands of *- The
novel scheme for It.
beautifying They accompanied by his brother-in-law, na was by my aide in the market homeless people here without meansof '
t are making a long flower bed along went out In quest of turtle In 1)U when the firing commenced. He had livelihood. It impossible to estimate Cf"
i each side of the street car track and launch the Darracouta, Jr. Captain not the courage to endeavor to disperse the number of killed.\ The

;' eighteen Inches. wide betweenyrl&ht Thompson saw a large turtle and the, mob; lie returned to his corpses He scattered through the Life of Love and
and Garden streets, which they will and not venture out when I ,
made for It and succeeded in driving residence did streets. Friday, went out, I
t plant In coleus. for two days."William had to pick between the deadto
its harpoon Into its carcass. About my way
T Senator Williams has a bill before this time a monster shark put In Its Chambers, Field Secretary -. avoid stepping on them. Saturday What It Depends OnCy '

\ the legislature designed to protect the appearance attracted by the flow ot of the Young Men's Christian morning I counted a dozen cartloads ,
oyster industry. The vsenator is from blood. Another harpoon was broughtout Association and myself proceeded to of Armenian bodies in one-half hour f
i tbe district ''containing Cedar Keys. In and with Captain Thompson's un- the Konak aad found a howling mob being carried to the river and thrown ...1

which city he liven and Is familiar' rrlng) aim, the steel was driven deep demanding arms with which to kill Into the water. In the Turkish cemeteries Eeatrlco Fairfax'

, K with, ,the subject In all its phases. Into shark's body. The angered shark the Giaours We then went to the graves are being dug whole- "
summon the Brit -
office to .ale.
f In the midst of a grand array of. Immediately attacked the launcb, but telegraph '
ish Consul. On the steps of the "The condition of the refugees Is ':NNe; OVE is the one thing ta which every human being Is ,Uiter-
and up that part of the
pomp splendor dignity appropriate soon gave program -- '
building we saw three Armenians most pitiable and heartrending Not- -------. ested. Scientists are interested In science, artist In art"
to the occasion, the elegant new and for six hours made a desperate :: '
I who had been killed Their bodies only fro there orphans and widows
moneymakers In but greater or less 4'p'8jI\th r dti
Masonic temple In Gainesville was fit light for freedom -During the e : money to
had been mutilated. While we were beyond number, but a great
many
tingly dedicated the impressive ceremonies struggle a large school of sharks put : one and all are Interested In love ,.
In the telegraph office a mob burst even the babies are suffering from L :S: but
.. being conducted under the In their appearance and viciously attacked into the room here we were and severe wounds y You may be a disgruntled. our old man or woman. '

ai auspices of the Grand Lodge of FlorIda their wounded companion. Finally killed two Armenians before our eyes. "The situation in Adana Itself is : at some ,time In your life your heart has bateD Quicker at;

F4;; The occasion was noted for its the shark gave up and Captain The unfortunates were supplicatingthe unspeakable. On Friday afternoon +7 : the thought of some one person S.

;, large attendance, many prominent Masons Thompson towed him'into port landing protection of the Vail when they 250 so-called Turkish reserves, with i-.:...+ I.... Or. you may be a dreaming schoolgirl, or a rough: and
; from every section of the state at the Royal Palm dock. The fish were struck down:; out officers seized a train at Adana tumble boy with a bey' hearty contempt for sentiment! ; but

i being present. \ roved to be the largest shark ever "We managed to make our way and compelled the engineer to convey your turn will come Some day you will lova. ,

f, The novel proposition that Florida' caught In these waters. measuring into the next room, where we made them to Tarsus, where they took partin Love Is the kin. I t
world
one thing that makes the whole
citrus growers unite with the California erly sixteen feet long and weighing resentatlons to the Vail This official the complete destruction of the and
loved;
growers In I the marketing of 2.109 pounds. Many people visited said he could do nothing. He Armenian quarter of that town which Through all the millions of years men and women nave ISI

their crops, has been made.AmonA' the dock to get a sight of the mon- was afraid for his own life, and he is the best part of Tarsus Their through all the millions of jeans to come, Obey will go on loving

the bills !\panned by the senate ster. made no attempt to protect us. Some- work of looting was thorough and The strange thing aBout. It is that the most wonderful thing in all the ?

on final reading w*" one by Senator Everglades -Drainage-Meets bow we managed to'Ret to the Inte- rapid It II said that they spread .world should bd regarded. as such a commonplace thing. .
:McMuIlen: giving street car com- Set rior pf the Konak, where we remained with, kerosene and fired the great historic - Hundreds of wise men and women have written solemn discourse and d.i
With Back.
panies the same rights and powersof a at the side of the Govern- Armenian Church at Tarsus, the sentimental poetry on love, and yet today love Is Just as gossamer and lntanSlble -a V
Tallahassee Fla,-Dy request of thtrusteel.ot ment officials for the next forty-eight most Important building In the city. t'' ,
by rail a thing as It the
eminent domain) enjoyed was at beginning.
the Internal improvement hours demolished marble statues and '
and by Senator They It is at the In the world. > ,:
road companies, another cdfnp- once longest, lived and the shortest lived thing
fund Honorable A. C. Croom, "That afternoon the situation grew shattered Important historic tablets ;';
Johnson Are Insurance It Is
prohibiting troller of the state of Florldat "went distinctly worse. The Armenians Everything portable was carried deep and 1t 1-shallow., tIt
companies from setting up lack down to Jacksonville to confer ,with withdrew ta ''heir quarter of Adana, away but the church Itself resisted Is kind and it Is,cruel

of title as a defense from. payment of Chief Engineer Spalding and Special which is situated on a hill and converted their attempts to burn It Fortunately It thrives tinder neglect. and, again. It withers under kindness. 2 2It I",

a policy Government Engineer Kavanaugh the houses that held advantageous few persons were killed here Is a garden rose .and an orchid. **

To Honorable James E. -JJroomo Is sent outfrom Washington by 'the positions into fortresses Here This was owing to the proximity of It Is ennobling, and It 1a41egYading.'a''

due the honor and distinction of being frilled States government. Mr. the fighting went on for two days, the American College where 4000 It Is a thing...apart from all other emotions, and It holds the whole world_ '
:the "daddy" of the sunafo. Mr Croom reported that Mr. Kava- during which the Armenians succeed destitute and homelrsn persons. had In'the hollow '
liroome Is the oldest member 0( the naugh stated at this conference that ea- 1n' beating Off their Turkish as- sought and found shelter" of Its hand, s
senate. In term of service He 'Ijaa he United States 'Maimed Jurisdiction naljants People continually ask me: "Miss Fairfax what( Is love' "' I

served four terms, which came very, ver Lake Okeechobee and warned British Woman Cores ::1<"01' Wounded( Man Beaten to J>..ath. That is a hard question to answer because no one person can explain to 'tpl
near being successive He ran for another Just what !lovSS .-1
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thb draining
trustees against "Wednesday evening! Major Daugh- Thomas Brown, slxt> -slt. was '-
'' secretary of'state in 1900 necessltat waters of the lake either by tributary ty-Wylle, the British VIce-Consul at found beaten to death at his home in All people love differently. My way of loving might not be yourti nor, ,

ing his vacating the senatorial seat streams,' Canals canals already in op. Merilna, arrived at Adana and estab- President street, Brooklyn:: "V, His yours mine; and ;yet In her...own. way, each might love well. "-
for a term. He"has been In tho, set- ration, or by tapping the lake Itself!, lished headquarters In the house ot son Edward, seemingly Insane, was But I have seen much ot,1 love* I have' seen It thrive, and I'bave seen It

-l ate. however, sixteen years The engineer further stated that the the dragoman of: a wealthy Greek accused of the murder dIe; and about that I can tell you. a 4 ,

1 The house committee on finance department would not take the have seen men and women kill Jove, Inch by Inch. Some have cloyed?. "
and taxation war > "Fans" Threaten Umpire and Prohibition Closes tynny ,i ;
unfavorably

has-reported o.fII
ft fp death with sweets :
foV and others have killed It with bitterness. ,
adjustment adv8ed
house bill Light of matter up Police Place 111m in Safety. 'iI' Glassware Plants.
809 Mr.
}by I Sometimes and died at the
It has )
trustees take Jtepa to"have died bard; sometimes it has dropped
the
Marion providing for'the payment of that Roanoke, Va.-To prevent a mob Plttsburg, Pa. Prohibition has .first blow. ..
J 'A license or privilege tax by certain Florida's representatives In congress of mad baseball,../'fans" from doing made such progress during the last killed t.
have
persons, firms and corporations rendering rocifre legislation that- will allow the him bodily injury, Umpire Robert year or two as to cause ,a decided I There are many different ways of killing love" Perhaps you /
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service to the public within work of draining the Everglades to Pender was rushed to the city Jail slump in the glass and 'tumbler man- )fve. Perhaps some one has killed It for you. M'r

tho state of"lorlda. progress. by a squad of police following the ufacturing bustneftj. A Zlhlman I Sometime love goes limping along In' a half-hearted way that 1* adde.r"than c'

The question of federal Jurisdictions Virginia League game between' Norfolk head of the Hontlngton (W. Va.) death. 6

't Honorable his resolution James El Alexander modified mooted one which will be thoroughly and Roanqke, which the former Tumbler Company said that thfe All those who would hold love must make up their minds to one thing i
Honorable a
censuring won by the score of 2 ta 1. The plant of his company will have td shutdown biggest moat
the
Frank Clarkoffering a substitute threshed out by the state. Inthe and that Is: That love must be all paramount; it must be
spectators declared that Fender who for lack of orders. ,
which simply endorsed Honor. meantime it Is the determinationof formerly managed,the' Norfolk Club Mr Zlhlman aald the temperancewave important thing In their lives. "f,/
able William Jennings Bryan, and. in the trustees to go on with the work. deliberately threw the game-to Nor. has so diminished the demands It does not shut oat all other Interests, but it must come first --- .
1 that form it was adopted by&:'"vote otto now in hand talk.They swarmed upon the field forgla.ewarof the tumbler variety-" In the, articles to follow thin you' may recognise your own methodkilling ,of .,. '

59 -,tis ,- but the police reused Fender; that manufactories have shut down: love; or of keeping-It altv_,-From-tbe New-York E'f'tlnII JOWn Lt ;r.-::

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tlhe: 'Kissimmce. Valley :Gazelle.PUBLtSHIDiVERT It Tastes Good and ttttt"ttttttt'Jttt""ttJtttfjtTtt'tt't"tttttt't't'tT1'tt"1t" " , ' !,!!, ,'#' ' 't,
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I. c Office. In Valley Oazette BujffliDff.KlSSllKMEJ.0pEp \ .' KISSIMMEP. ALA, Your tongue breath is foul y i Seasonable ew i

i' : !; .A COUNTY FLA. ,

' : ---.- too 'On Lakeohopelceliga.Hunting '..FUhiDir, Shooting. Headaches come &nd go. ww:: ...*>..*..................%*w.............' ..........*\....\..........................,..... 4::::: ,
Vf/B., HARRIS, Editor and Prop'r.SUBSCBIPTION ( These show tha'' = i. -
"symptoms
_ .. ---i- Bathing ot, Tennis '
=L .=... f1 Cricket. clock Coif., Baseball. four stomach is the trouble.,, T." =:=: . 1-3 '.
j SATES: Trap Shooting w ::::::
OB copy ona y.ars.p. ..... ..i...... .$100 .the famous cod liver andiron Terms: 92.50 to 93.60 per day. remove the'cauae is the first thing w Goods '
Ore cIop\jr month..:... ..,... ....... 60 $15 to *21 .tveek. w --
per and Chamberlain's Stomach an*
j --- medicine,,without oil. -
AU commtonlcationa. except from our authorcorrespondent I tiverTableU win do that East = .. -

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Come :
wllud few. I It and try, a' meal at the "- '-- .

S t(., ; *t the PoitoMn", Klulmme f1a.,.":* because, while it contains all hotel.meal tlcketi Single' ]lO. meal Rooms 50c*1;per 21 For sale) bv all druggists.'\ =:-:::: At ;; ::

i Bond-c'-mall matter.FriclaV the medicinal value they do WILLIAM. KIONHY PILLS -
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it disagrees with no on vAs .roe if\i i t..rt.d tour l.o.vuua Ht tm and lrtou
.ln,,ul* with rout ktdiutf awl bladdlrf I PRICES i
7 11)00.) ** > e :
i May aI a body builder and Rave ;0'"rains' ln loln.. xyU',.lined. uixilnn. and LOW ,
I -, H., W. THURMAN I>UlUlidl;" HUM. Ion It llHbtlV' Mt'l.UHIHIII' V of the
-- creator for old ; under the' v\vnf Too
4i. ;, 'strength PROPRIETOR. a Race,-*,ir eapecinpy<-in p.|1 .1 s- urlli.: I If,.o. \V illintn"!frnquenlA Kidney --... :::::
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i SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC people, iillli Clara )'Oll.-At .1'hsnnecyPrioeNla '

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t Will Be Held"Friday)( ; May 21st, unequaled. E SEE OUR LINE OF ICE CREAM ==
EXCURSION TO
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t 4 s t.nnual rite' Sunday: plcqlo Schools on Fleming's will have Island their Sold bv RODEKSON'S, PUAUMACV.G. SOUTH GEORGIA AND WEST FLORIDA QUITO. TS. WATER COOLERS'', ==

.( Friday, May 2ht. The sttamer LIllie ::::: REFRIGERATORS; ETC.. :::;
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a, i hag) hern chartered to transport the tAtlantic == ( --
2 crowd and all are Invited to purtlcl- F. K.RIBBB; v. Vlq, -- ." ---
pate .Come and bilnirour basket ,\ -- -
ri aid (The! the (children a rood ttme.iyl ATTORNEYAT.LAW.Office -- --
w The superintendents o( the different Coast Line
school have had a meeting and apt in the Court klouse-Kis- ,

''; pointed the following oommltw to simmee.. Florida. I SID FORD mm WES iE'
.. assist In nm.klntr the day pleasant: .
With whom will be.associate In the
,,1 & COMMITTEE on GROI'HJ.S-C. A.Cn>on.'tmir : MONDAY MAY 17TH
i ..., mn;J M. lee. J. L Overatre oftle Bandy, trial of causes the law firm of,
a "i1i.L _'" 1Bowen.W.R.'fyuer. ,a II. Unlot'k. 1 M, Comer. K. A. Masse & "'arlow. of TICKETS ON SALE MAy 1 17, LIMITED TO MAY 24, 1909 HARDWARE COMPANYTIi1Ui1ULUUUULULUU1U1U11UtULULU1111UUUUUUULULUL 3 .
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(, 4=. The duty of this committee l Is to see Orlando HATE FROM I I :. ._ .
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$ 'j.l that the ground are In prope:'condition _ -__ ___.__---. -
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Ii i ,l arrange a landing! at the island, also :T.ft./ RIVERS; ]jt'D., VALDOSTA Ga ) )HAINHKILX.K.: GA . .
.. to provide Borne swinirs for children .
and anything that In their judgmentwill THOMAS'ILIK, GA l !", C;A . : I Proirenlvi Orange Orow.re Are INSECTICIDE
fl ? PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON .. $$5.50.LBA \ $$6.50 ... bCHNARR'S
ipr.yi. Th.ip
add to the pleasure! of the crowd ) ; Or. orv* with
BOSTON, OAMONTICELI.O. .1 I ( :. . .
CCMMITTI OM HjtrnIUIIMKNTH N. Bral ,Office over Osc"ola Pharmacy n r.I1'" Inirrptti'die l I. o 'APaattiP I> to kilterrry VtillelH, I...\'....f-<.1.! old Mite\
tODthalrm.n.. R n. bl..k. J t. }<<'miiii. A.. : : FLA .I RIVER i'NOTION, OA . hit by the tprajVtiin be lined any iliac of jeir t XI I.n"HKH TarES >nx: IK ni, M ...00..1.,, A. L DmTldunn M. PhittLI' ) { fteeidence IM .. ,, MadeIn
_ 1. 4 P11ONESt per .lIon. Fifty .c t per MlloSK Fifty ..110." sake 2 OOO gllloai of npry
The duty of this committee is to provide 1 Onll'E'' 1411, For tickets, reservations or information call on Dearest Atlantic. Cost Line Florldi.
hot coffee, lemonade and. water Agent, or .. J. SCHNARR lit CO.. MiauUcturcrs. O PI.Ah DO. FLA.
for the crewd I
DR. LESLIE W. WEEDON
tJ1 t 1 BOfllAL COMMITTtK. -Mr*.,, Ada .lonPfl. ChfMrnau.'Mra. J. G. KIRKLANP; D. IP. A., . '
: \ .J W. Mlllor Mri II M. PUon Mr. ,
( i. L.OT.lreot, Mr. J. McFhMU-r. Mri H. C. Specialist-Eve, Ear Tampa. Florida. ,"'---"'----------------- ---
tPLnfnM. Mr 8. H. Ail limn 8 II Bui
I n. Mrs.
,pyr look, Mr*. 1*. B.Canon Mri N L Bryan, Mr*. Nose and Throat...... i "
C. J. Woodall. C. A. CARSON, Pr..ld.>t. N. C. BRYAN' Secretary.T
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f Private Hosoital.
American National >=i E
t .; that every one retsthe glad. hand and ..
C. A. CARSON. J A. CKANPORD S. l LUPFER
a that none go hungryCoMHiTTCXN ,: Bank Building Tampa, P rM-' Vic-Pr.jid, nt Secretary
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OKDER: -J. Mel'bitter Florida.
Waters & Carson Grocery Co.
I who will St'tj that no one disturbs or -- -- -
mutilates! any of the property on the
ti f island, all of which belongs' to Mr. Nkol.aal lad Retail Dealers' I '-
f H Fleming, who has 'generously allowed KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO. i .
the Sunday schools to use it as ,
picnIc grounds and It Is earnestly requested WL+. 7VJ'rJf: :: GROCERIES i

: that no damage be done to'J' i
PHYSICIAN AND fURGEONRBUDBNCK :
any of t.e: property.
While all are Inyitedto! go over ai>d : PHONE -;. 'KIBKIMMCE,
.\ spend the day at the picnic, it is earnestly OPFICK PHONE: IT;. FLORIDA Rough and Dressed b COUNTY' ACENT9 FOB >&X- |J
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I .. requested those who do not I! '
-f share In the dinner and the J. \V SIMI SON | II A V i !
labor j
of making the day enjoyable for DK. Pine Lumber. I celebrated Fertilizers I I.CUA'rES j

I" the cMldrea. do not come and crowd N I GRAIN I ETC. :
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.: ,I. the boat stmoly fur the ride on the DENTIST.Upstairs < I
i _. Circulars and Price _ _
la e in the afternoon* in Katz Building. -
t: : Faralihed oal Application.
-'x The Ktssimmee Concert; Band will : :/
'I 9 a. m. to 12 m. .
.i' furnish music for the oecasioiLs OFFICE HOURS:
..A f 1.30 to 530p.: m. j i
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s Grand Jury Presentment. HIDES FURS vV' 0 0 L
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Sk! W. CARSON. D. D. S. f ,
'II!t We, the grand jury' empaneled in Vy. ,
; : and for Osceola Florida ------ -. -
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.'1./ 1 the spring term, A. D. l .j t completed our labor, beif to make this RIVERS BU1LDINQ L J
I our general presentment. OVER OSCEOLA PHARMACY
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+ 1 \ We hare examined Into all oases .
!' ,?; brought! to our knowledge* and have! OFFIC.. HOURS 1 S TO 12 -HO-. f; THEONLY f;
,f t taken such action as we deemed.' just ,

.":' '.J.f ,; and W.right!have under by the committees law. examined, Eavori t'e Fertilizers '1,< < ,.t.

4 I '"t ,the record of the various county offlV s' f1. BULLOCK ; ,*'

t,f... i .oes aod, the courthouse court house grounds building and the found Jail 'f|;. .S-ureWa-of Trucking ,i FOR AND ALL -

CROPSFERTILIZER
HI ) and CITRUS OTHER :
the records neatly (aa well as our REAL ESTATE

1 );. .limited' time would permit) accurately ............-...........1J1.. -B_>- sm I -0--
't I kept but we find the vault for keepiLir .; -IS BY- -
:j.i the. valuable record of the,o<"iintv, already INSURANCEExamination II "
11'r congested and of insufficient\ MATERIALS
\ 'alze properly arrange the books,
f; SUB-IRRIGATION f
\, '.' beside we deem the present vault as of Titles a | |
I"I' Tery unsafe und In case of a INSECTICIDES
I v '1 Heve that all of the valuable records _
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"r t s;Of ailing the count irreparable would loss be destroyed upon'the county pn-- Specialty. , We manufacture and supply Drain Tile of all %Z -FOR SALE BY- ..'

iFr- *" and we most. urgently recommend Correspondence:!: SolicitedBargains,_ .J/ sizes. Also agents for Gasoline Engines and 97
;.! ' ..';tbtt the County Commissioners take & Irrigating Supplies. Complete irrigating plants 6* J. !M. LEE :- KJSSIMMEE_

prompt action taprovide-ampe- installed. Write for prices.
f j'a '.+ (with fire-proof protection for lobe COUD- "7 (f) AGENT FOR

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;;;- We find the court.house building and feZ 1

; v'. ,4be jail io !good condition and well i Loveless &SewellWINTER Sanders Fertilizer Company, Jacksonville. Ra.
F\, kept. except that. the inside of the jail : apt IT OB-ly_
k ., abouJd be whitewashed and we would In all kinds of Real Estate. .----
;, recommend that, the. inside of the court Fire and Life Insurance and ?
t fcouse be recalclmined. in Us r's Rent.. A K eylE tNOTICE
,' as present Arm Fertilizers. GARDEN, FLORIDA. ( i
condition It rubs off On every one who ingyand Collecting Rents a 'S
; touches it. We recommend that the i
y ..iza of the cesspool be doubled.We $ cialty. Taxespaid for !
wish to thank the court and Non-residents. .
ds '.ta...'. attorney for courtesies and ad- I" ..
at, vice given the grand jury. and havingei R. O. MEEK r'
?ll, completed' our labors we make this Kissimmee Wagon Works ij j To reduce stock in order to make room for my summer
1 oar g-enral presentment and ask to be stock of goods will sell
discharged. Kissimmee, Fla. ,. spring we our entire lot of Silk at

t Y 4 "" J. A. LANCASTER, OPPQSITE CHRISTIAN CHURCH. .

"d W. S. HARWELL Clerk., . Foreman./ W. L 'BJI PUZOS Under-New Management with Thorough Experience and Up-to-Date. o e'lIalf; Original Price.

Blacksmith, Wheelwright and Horsesl) er.
Woole'
." Circuit Court Adjourns. .. Will sell Dress Goods at ACTUAL COST OR t
N All Kinds Blacksmith, ''Wheelwright Work and Horseshoeing
s The spring term of the circuit court LESS for the next 30 days ror Cash Only. -
a "'ty" '.dJQ rtoed yesterday morning after REAL ESTATE a Specialty ,
y' .,..dipolD r;of the following, cases. >
t-J.-F O'Berry >e.E. R. Ban, J. T. ALL WORK GUARANTEED TOISATISFY.: .- '
; 'Drawdy L.; H. Drawdy and Ack lea H. C. STANFORD OMP
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"290.49 and KISSIMMEE FLORIDAPILESI ANYw
coats.
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Solicit Year Trad a d
'I /State v.. Jas. Cromarlle, burglary; 0 R. JOHNSTON
'vulltri defendant betpi' Will Trait Yo. 11I.lIt. r 1r 1rJ1r 1T39T3Y-r sr r r rJ1a 'r3t 3r r7R 1r}
; of was sent only to nine reform orMn'yeara PILK8I PILESI.WUBaw' ). _ _. __u ._ __ > _
.I ? age radian Tile Ointment will OUTS -
''I t .school.t Blind.Blfwtin and It abaort .
Iteblnir piles.
t '. State vs. Stewart Devaugbn, airorravated the tumors allays the Itching onc.. arts u '
assault; guilty; tOO and costa orsix a 1 Indian pm iltre Pile;ointment rlrci I tniunt la prepared rfrllef for Plltw Will la anrItohlnc m. Bargains at Cash Store ONLY THE

month lathe county jail. \ of the private piiru Hold only b>' UOtoeola .. ,
State. va. David Clark, (grand larceny Pharmaor.MX)and II.00 .
guilty beinK. second offense
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i3 ; ,-- was tent to penitentiary for Are years. White Lawn 4O in. wide 15c per yard. I
./ State T.. H, W 'Weaver keepinir Sprigg Fleming: Lace from 5c to 1 Be per vard ,.

..r- "'disorderly.bouesegttocount!court Dress Pants. $1.50 to $5.QO per pair. Purest Drugs'
b for trial Pair Stripe Pants at $1.00.
:<:: ,state T*. A. WvPbUllps. cattle steal CL ANING "
t t. continued. ,]'rungs and Suit Cases at lowest prices.
k ';;-:Ig Stale; v. Jo*. Lesesoe, recelloK. PRESSINGDYEING .... .' Picture Frames from 25c to $3.5O each.

'\\ .,stolen good.; not ruUtv. "d, Crockery at'the lowest prices.
State T*. H. W. Savage cattle: steal- .
REPAIRINGL Fancy Straw Hats at co t. ARE SOLD BY
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t' !vf 'Inr. State; r*.Henry Fearnsideborglarv: -- Best Shirts/made for $1.OO each. .

cocdnued on account. of absence of Tinware at any old price. ,
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ri .material witness. word at my house and clothe The only place ypu can get the Beaver Brand Hat.
will be called for and returned.
J Uauldlojr,
I. State vs. Henry accessory
to the act. of murder; not pressed. Osceola
for the Best Shoes inN Town. PharmacyI
i% r .State. TB. John H. Rodgers, murder; Satisfaction Guaranteed Headquarters
Va unced.
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mcb 19-tf the Old Soldiers Colony at Su Cloud ham, Ala.-.* -a. guest at' the Park: T--
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--'TEEPHONENo.,1.-: --- -Pictures mounted dfd't.;: ; .t.h- : continue to pour In from all sections Hotel. Meihodigf e $ '
of the United and nearly all of
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Home Store.Doors'and. Mr. Thomas Campbell an old Og- .
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PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAYBY window screens made to here next fall. the leading citizens of alm. Beach, ..tNaNNNN

: order at/ Harem's: shop Have you seen the latest Slnjt r. Improvements stopped over here a few days on his ; AND' INFORMATION, '\ .NNNN machines9? Their No. way south td visit Tile. parents. Mr.
Latest in ladle, shirtwaists
1 W, p. NARRIH.I at H. C styles Stanford Co. 06, with the Wheeler & Wilson attachment Campbell has been spending some. time The Hhiiatlifclis will hold their monthly .
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-Is the perfection in sewing ma In Tallahassee working In the Interest u"llIeJ8.llie"UIJIlo"day! : : the ICIth,, o
:: The chines. Positively runs without effort of the new county of Palm Beach the, church ut 4 o'clock
I OFFICIAL WEATHER REPORT. Home Store are agents. foe, the at
which was created at this session ofi
Cash or on time at the Home '
;;)I)1 1 Average. May II,temperature)809 for week ending Thuraday. I Whfte Star l.auniirj. Phone 151. I Store. Call and see them the legislature.The w The )linen shower given, bv tbaa'7'tJ.M. .

1 I For all kinds of fiDe repair work onfuroitureetc.goto .S. last Friday afternoon for the Real EState'tNaw.saNaaa.N.N
Barns's shop. Mr. C. C. Giles of Umatilla has promenade concert given by the
,,7u Rain job rented the McLean' residence in North rtlsslmmee Concert Band at the Opera Orl>lmnk'. Hume i Vaulted In.. nice> box\;

:. 'I fall.Friday I Stove wood delivered in. 'town at Kissimmee and will move his family House: last Friday evening proved a he, contributions! brio:: valued at 112.Th" k% .*...***-flMMMMM

..... I : 1.00) per strand. here some time during this month. i very gratifying success both to the Indies wish -to thank all.that con- d

.. KM" 90-' 16-tf KlS-SIMMEB Lt'MUKB CO. Mr. Giles was induced to move here patrons and to the J promoters of the tributed. h,

;, Saturday .. voM I ;a8and.J For Sale- 5-room house large lot, 1>'v the flattering reports he bad heardof affair. The music 'bv the band as SEE
\ 10 excellent School. | the excellent refreshments Our Sunday school will unite with
UM ,15 orange trees, well 10t'81ed.W.o. our High well as
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; "ondal'. 74Ml' I ..SMa R. O. MEEK. served, were highly relished by the the other school of the city in a picnic -
Tv cedar 'I ,MlMl HIV7 .06 Dr.Iontenejl'o.: who recently purchased large audience who attended. The to be .given Friday, May 21 it, on
WMlneadayThureday I I !.7 Have just received an Importation of the Kunnjmede hotel properly gross proceeds amounted to something i Fleming's island. J. M. WI LLSON JR.
I crockervware tnat i if well, worth your returned from Louisville on Wednesday over forty dollars. ,
trouble to see. Let us show it to you. accompanied by his : oaugtrer, I The %V. }o'. M. S. of the Florldalol1- ,1' KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA'R i
i The Home Store. Mrs. I States ference will hold its annual meeting! at -
( Miss Sarah Montenegro, and I I Mr. H. M. KinU a United AL ESTATE AND INSURANCE" "
W K1111 KN 1,11,W-V N1N I LOST-S. &. W. special .38 about 6- McElroy. The party scent the night, postoHHce Inspector has been \In town Fort Myers from May !8th! to llth. Hk
I at-the Graystone and went out to this week having been sent here by Several members of th'-Ioo'al auxiliary '.
I Inch barrel, In leather case, bright gUn, : J
a little rusty. (15 reward If left atMiller's Runnymede Thursday morning I the postal authorities to look Into the will attend. u

I![ THE LOCAL FIELD. I '' barber shoo. !Mr Nf. L, Barbeau and little son :; from advisability Its present of moving stand to the one pogtoftlce of the An entertainment will be given on ri'i' Je S Si 'r}
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Mrp J. M. Gardner of the Park Hotel of Sllvetl Creek. N. Y., who have been I vacant stores recently purchased bv Monday venlng at the church entitled .

l I is on a visit to tier-daughters Mesdames visiting Mr. L. E. Barbeau at his H. C. Stanford from H. M. Pfann the "A Trjp to the Holy Land. It will I
1M1K----- "" W. L Paulk and W. T. Craw home on the island, will leave tomorrow I removal having been recommended by be given( by Prof. Maluf and sister, ; Real Estate Agency..NNNNNN.NaNaaNNN.a.M.
'"- ford at Cairo Ga. for their home ;Mr. L. E. Bar- Postmaster F. Vans Agnew. Mr. w}W are natives of thatinteregtlnir'and;
Wade the TunerOrlando.. I beau will accompany them to Silver Klutz stated that he wqaild recommend historic land being from Damascus. .
Col. P. A. Vans Agnew l left last Saturday Creek and to remain there a. of the =
expect. removal. Palestine A description beautiful
j spring goods at H. C. Stanford the H!| and sold. : .'
:New Realty bought
night on a business trip to usual during the summer, returning to Mt. Lebanon will be given, also
1, Co. Washington D. C., and-ls expected to Kissimmee next fall. The progressive gentlemen who are music .In their native tongue. and If! Houses rented. -
be absent about a week. promoting the model truck /gardennear beautiful illustrated pictures. Thev { Taxes paid and Titles v*r- eY
Dwellings< for. rent, apply to M. Mr. Pan McCalllster, who has been the depot now have "
4 Tiller- Mrs. Southern a former resident of connected with the office force of the i I their .ground passenger neatly fenced, the soil will/.also appear In their native costume ified for non-residents. f' ;

,,( I Kissimmee but who now lives In Tennessee Reporter-Star for several months, left.i. broken up and pulverized and several and by personal::! demonstration Fire, Life and Accident Iri- ,
l5lcvcles Or the and 01( the
Shanibarger.
For explain ways ru oms
I Is here visit
on a to her niece. for Lls home at Klssinunee yesterday large piles of stable manure ob the }
9-1h. of the LandNotice. l surance.
Holy
'Iando. Mrs. W.: S. J. Overstreet.Mrs to enioy\ a much needed rest. Since land for distribution. No expense Is people t' .
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........:t 'Mr F. W. Hill of Narcoossee in F. J. Tedder and children of coming. to Orlando Dan has made a being spared to make the project a Indemnity Blinds. : i. ?

the city Tue.dav. Seffner are visiting Mrs. Tedder's host of friends, especially among the success and' tip effort is expected to I t.n.*ut gRF4'Yry. :'

? Y 1 parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lavir, in the fstr sex who wUl look forward to his eclipse all previous attempts made at Not c'i i 19 hri..b\ given that the. City .. ..
Dr. Jno.: Ennls of Narcoossee spent Hllllards island settlement. return with much pleasure.Reporter.Star. gardening this section.; e Tn\ It... promptly on the {

yesterday in the city. I 17th say ...r1 It v. 1I1ull : ROGERS' LIVERWOR1

Doors and window screenSsRiade to Mr..G. A. Hail of ,Statesboro, Ga., Mr. and Mrs. 1'... W. Ellis, who'forthe , . . J. ,McPH ATTER..City TAR AND CANOHALAaUA
order at Bains's shop.Nunnally's \_ Is here on a visit to his daughter Mrs Hon. C. S, Acree came' home from past two years have been the pop. -: Tax Collector. For th. aomole< cure at Cough. Cold. '
'4 C. F. Lindsey, and Is very favorably Tallahassee last Saturday and stayedover ular and painstaking hosts at the Inn ,Uy'J, U.; GILBEHT, D. C. Asthma and Bronohltlaanit LnonoomplalBUtendlnir
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> : candles, fresh every wekat impressed with this section till Wednesday consulting h have given up the hotel business anJmoved \ .\ I I" : ". Wild Cherry toroniumptloo. li...o for" ..Uvorirvrt......manudsed Tar an anentabliBlied .the Kissimmee 1 Drug Co.. IJI v his constituents and' looking after personal -, back' last week to their former .:, t, For\SaJt\ t a Bargain"" "::" \ repuwilnn as a a andard coagbnmadr.
; "N Mr Kre&mer Van .Duzor returned ',matters There yet J't'ttla 1119about"a place of residence in the Cosena cottage ,:: ; It eoiiuiui no oolura, or, barmtaldrux. ;
., l 'Sp.lendld. assortment of dreg."gloff., lasb week from"'JacksonvUle'wbecehehasbeeu month of the present sessionof on Mabbette' street. We understand On" 7-room, residence'Patrick's Ad- nun be siren! with ..re', to children.. r
I Stanford Co. Bold I only l> Onoeola Pharmacy. -
''t.haml at'H.. C. for several months taking a .the legislature, which Mr. Aoree' Mr. Harry W. Thurman, pro- dlttoy Prlce"no.. y \

For Sale-A good pair of mules. course In a !business college.If . says will be an extremely busy time' p>- of the Graystone who also ODe 7-1'0' in residence Bass Addition -- -- - -- .
with the members and he thinks much ) latter HEALTH ANDIVITAL1TY ;F
J. W MILLER owns the. Inn will use the as an .
thai I
\ you want a magazine! Is up to good, will accrue to the state as a re-1 1 house In connection Matbews' Addition MOTT8. N.RVIN. PILLS
Y For all kinds of fine repair work on dat In styles,subscribe: for :McCall's.It's suit. annex or, ropmlng One 6-room residence irou f
tor
1i l and tome reNtorativa menad
with his other hotel. The great F
fu roltlU'e, eLC..IW to D.rns's job shop the best. Send us 60c and set!; a & women, produces atrencth and vitality.
ft'ee pattern A. S. Gilbert. 11.2t i Contractor F N. Bees baa about| One be-irlng orange grove about 275 builds up the ey.w>m A." renews Ihe normal ;t
'1 All kinds of white voods, laces and completed remodeling the resIdence Roll of Honor.The trees. v vigor For aale. by Oaoeola Pharmacy or bv, 'I'
embroideries at ByOllbertV' )17-2t For Sale-Fl\e-room collage in desirable I and outhouses as well as building a I I II These car. be had cheap on reasonable mall .t 1'no per 'u.* boJl-. for ti: 00. .'
{1 ; of KIssImmee. following pupils of the Oseeola r
,' residence portion boathouse for Mr. L. E. Barbeau on terms .
; "Ladles' ready-made skirts in all .Large' and good well of water. I the Island Mr. Bass moved the old High School have been neither absentnor W A- .EltS & CARSON ORO. Co. Your complexion as well:
stjles; and colors at HT C. StanfordCo. -- ARTHUR E. DONBOAN Mallng cottage Into the hammock near I tardy:! during the month ending : ..
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and I It is "Mr. Barbeau's April 30th 1U09 have made. an average .renderedmiserable i+ Vi
Get your school suppliesfrom the the railroad,- of 90 cent or more in their To LAUNDKV PATTRONS AND OTHERS. as your temper is
tJ. Wallace former resident of Intention to have at feast one if per the Home
C. a Klsslramee Drug Company. They of not less : Beginning tomorrow: ,
atudiesrwlth an average
Kiislmmee.; is spending a Je".Jh3'! lo.t carry a full line and if they-bavmr' two nottage. erected on its' former than 85 per cent in any one subject Store will close at 9, p. m. Saturday.RobertsNieineyef . by-: 'a disordered/' M,
of his
town. what yon want, will order it tar you. for the accommodation
DOl and not less than 95 per cent in de I
Wanted-To buy a work horse. Apply Miss Helen Mann who has been ployes portment. .. y liver.. By taking Chamber ,

to > JA$. W. LILLY, teaching in the Tampa High School, The local chapter of the FIMT GR D*-Arta Ovules Simpson, MatttWh Co. Iain's Stomach and laves ewer
Park Hotel. topped over here yesterday on her Womans' League met attheGravstone *.ler. Cordle tiny, Ruby 0..". Base. GraceEleanor
I Grave, Ellen Ponder. Margaret Ocmr. '
{ Mr. Hiram Moody, the well-known way bom '. Miss Mann is a sister of :Saturday afternoon. AD informal I I, Lillian Harrln, Panic? Bowen Lenore / anUuior. NOVELTY WORKS Tablets improve
.. cattleman o< Rlvervlew, was in town Mrs. J. M. Dictenson pf Narcoossee. discussion of matters of Interest oer I rinle Ban Tbrlraa Llodrey. Percy'Oil. I you can:

this week. We have a reap{ rood( piano. Kim- taming to the movement was indulged I I ver,.Jatnen, Wlllll M Oweoa Illlama.. .Ralph WfllUma. BrDea"H..a. : \ Scroll and Turned WorkFactory both. They. cleanse and in-1 ,f.
in and made for the furtheringof Wslt.rB..s.
plans ,
I SECOND O &Dit-Henry Rlncletarjr
1: \' Use Plank's cents only Guaranteed ; ball make, for sale. This is without local Interest. The date of next Frank Bryan Krtgar Vrjrion Cornell.LaDca.l4r. I. ie equipped with the n.e.aaaymachinery stomach ;
all A 1350 Instrumentfor jrlffin, Mildred Vau liiiaor and la In chars*of Mr. R U. vigorate the and
Sold doubt bargain. Norma ,
Price :25 by a meeting{ will be Thursday May 13, -atI I Roberta, a thorough mechanic, which Y! a
druggists. uin-8 ISO if sold at once. The Home i I four o clock at the Graystone. All FrancerTrea THID CIKADB-Vnrlel. PrrnUX Penree.Nanle grtuumatee of work baina well done.. anddelivered the ,.
Lucy digestion.
'Mr.. and Mrs J. M. Dlckenson a.bd' Store. ,, members and ladles Interested will be r>ri.n"r.'. Ouaalu M inn, :\'\' ... when. premlaad improve : 7r
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harllu: 1I..ero.
1 baby of Narcoossee are visiting friends Rev. David D Kldd will hold services welcome. i..Janle Bradley Martin H........May Kay Marah.Mnuiiaj.Walter. Hyde Grits Meal and Feed Staffs Mill For sale by all druggist 'i,

in town this week. in St.; John' Episcopal church on Miss N..llie Wallace a former Kid,I Feuds GRAD.-Neut.N.wtont.ensParda. '.,
Sunday next.-holy communion at 11 I I FIFTH O**D -KWe: Ba.., Vattie DetleJF.rrl.Grace I ORINOINUS' SATURDAYS. J "
married in Tampa
k For Sale-Oil vertypewriwrandgood stmiQfe girl was on WlnnKlhel Gilbert Myrtle Collier Ce-
', machine cheap and on easy I o'clockevening! prayer and sermonat Saturday. AprlJ 24th to Mr. A. R ', loite Moaeler, Ruth s....NaurtasDann. Ulllau BLISS'FOR
sewing? R. O MUK.i 3.30. i iI Monroe, a popular young clerk in the Frantic, Susie Be 1. Helen BM Annie Neimey-' Factory located north of High School

terms returned The Village Improvement Society Southern Express Co.'. Jacksonville IS.1ietor? Ralph.. .-<.BeardenGeorge Howard Hiruel.Morrlaon.Lewis KnlKlil Malcolm building alongside Midland Railroad. .
i I Mrs. Sturtevant home last I will meet at the Council Chamber in office, which city they will\ make their six Hteas D.-Ola Floyd other Byrd.Kath- '
week from an extended visit to her Fraternity Hall next Tuesday afternoon future home. Mrs..Monroe has a host leen llearden Ruby Prevatt, Mtr'ln Drignert,
Lawrence Tress, Roy Pre tiltxviNTH f .
brother In New Orleans. At 3:30: o'clock: Alt members' of friends here who will wish her and ORADI' -BetUe Phfrlgo FlnennrMcweley SPRING ILLS k'

The union Sunday school picnic are requested to attend.VSinger I the fortunate young man who has wonhtjl" : Helen Jone Irene HIT lard NoraWllliama.

.a' .1 1 be held this year at Fleming's 111 IpSind Sewing Machines and also i heart and hand every success and Bryan.. Edward Newton, Eddie Hanirl. Nathan

on Friday, May 21st ..WheelerVlIsoo's and ah machine I happiness.\ \ I, EIGHTH G ia.D_Lucy Bucko .. Lacy Jobnuon
is sicktime.
1 NIMTH OBAOE-teorlla Ovtntreet, Mary. Lee Springtime a1.
The Christian 'and ;Missionary Alliance supplies for 'sale at the Home Store. On Saturday evening last Mr. and ,1 0'8r.'' Oorlnne Gilbert, Inez i'arM Purify the blood-cleanse ,
Cash or Installments Everybody can Mrs. George Huckstead of Beloit, EL'VBNTH GaADE Annie Caraon Battle MaeGraves.
_. will meet at the Christian church IJe..le.1.ley. the system-bythe;; 81mple'and
next Tuesday night at 7.30-o'clock. afford to buy a machine Kansas, arrived In Kissimmee and en TWJ' r ii Uuo.-41..u. l'ark.r. CorneliaMorrlauii -can HoMdT o.r_ '
J. Sunday 'were driven to the Shaker. Maria Hnddleium KatU Duller. Idler. vkob 'effective roots, herbs
Trench of Narcoossee came to a-wt
__ }--- A special communication of Orange Orlando Capt this morning and went to the I colony at Ashton, where they will reside -, M-uil Alford Berta Brjran, .- wea.a In.Dr.durlnw. : u.e De.t-a.pOa1Mw :;,.. and barks contained in -

Blossom Lodge 1 F.. & A. 1\1. will be Church Home and Hospital to be under -I In future; also Mr'' W C. Mc- ..... vea.faDls soda In 12 F__ _
held tonight for work: and instruction. treatment of Dr. W. C. Person.- Glnols of Pekln, Indiana, has arrivedat "Ashe's Roachpepper"Will Mro a.assray1.Mr_ --t& BoW' YwyYy :'

Ashton and will make his home at r... aaJ. ."......h_ RKourcaw a..d BLISS .
Mis Maude Gilbert of Fort Myers Is Orlando ReporterStar.The i the Shaker colony. All these are rid your home. of all roaches I caW oepaand proa b7 our.rpwtwoa our Iva HEM
f.: ", here on a visit to her father Mr E be ants, silver buns mothv and bed: bugs. ems ass OIl req_ AdarerL
moving pictures to displayedby highly pleased with Florida and with
' :: .J*. Gilbert manager of the opera Manager Gilbert at the Opera \It this section In particular.In Poultry will not be poisoned by eating'" M. rEIn I CO. Dnaon. Hied. I
house. House tomorrow night will be exceptIOnally -.J Insects killed with "Roachpepi I The cost is but a half-a-

l; 'Have you ever used McCal '.. patterns good, aud those who do not be another column in this l issue will .AlHE'So RATSA ULT" cent a day tq rid the blood

,J ? If not, try them and be con- go will miss a rare treat. found the advertisement of Mr. N. will clean your houses and barns of j I of the poison-that-causes
who does
F. Bass
a general contracting -- -
the best. At A. S.Gilbert's. and mic.--consumes !themwithout
vlncad all rats
They are
'Mrs. Ira Uass: wife called to Jacksonville and building business as. well as Boils-Pimples and other
+ 17-2t this week by the announcement the borin'r of artesian wells To our I any odor."ASHE'S I Osceola Skin Eruptions. 200 Tab

Mr. D. N. Floyd. the St. Cloud merchant of the birth of her first granddaughter people it is unnecessary to say anything I CHLORIDES"I CountyAbstract lets for $1.00. A Guarantee -
,- will leave tomorrow for a business at the home of her daughter about the qualifications of Mr. keep dies, fleas and ticks offl I '
trip to his old home In South. Mrs. L. C. Koyal. in that city. Bass a. builder' for the majority of horses, mules, cattle and dogs. to cure or money back.

the houses In Kissimmee' have been of distemper, and:! worms. Company
Carolina Judge J. D. Beggs of Orlando, than dogs mange Ask for a Bliss AlmanacandletirQfullyabout ;
constructed under his but A little Chlorides water when scrubbing -
.. Miss Florence Bryan of Danla returned whom there Is no more prominent or supervision, _ this .
to those who aiaxiomlng. us we keeps flies and mosquitoes out of
among ;
home with her sister Mrs. C. j able lawyer at the Florida bar baabeen
G. P. OARRE Fr old-fashioned
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will say that Mr. Bass la thoroughand your homes and keeps fleas and other Manager.Real remedy.
and will spend time ) In the city this week looking after\
A. Carson, Qme. f In
off doors. A tablespoonful
painstaking In all he does and vermin
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visit. business before the circuit court. Made BLISS in Washington
t here on a the estate by ,
hai the just reputation of being one of water when washing softens water, '
For Rept-Seven-room bouse furnished My office will hereafter be located the best builders. in Florida, and is loosens the dirt whitens the clothes' Titles examined and reported on D. C. /

for the summer; electric lights, on the second floor of Fraternity Hall thoroughly. capable of completing any. and makes cleaning easy Kills all disease Taxes paid for nop=;;resident ... .. '

l.J water, bath and all conveniences; lo- and will be open every Saturday. job be undertakes regardless of its germs and makes a healthy, Instruments relating to real estav SALE BT k. :' ,"!' r
business of Hours 8to 11 1 1 odor around cesspool., carefully!! drawn / FOR JL
cated in center of portion and 1 to 4. magnitude. In boring/ artesian wellsI pleasant .......
1 town. Apply to W. O. Hankies at P O WHITE I has met with as much. suocsss asi drains etc. No home should be with. Correspondence: Solicited .. W1lAMPTON. ; :
' I Kisiimmee Drug Co. -*- Optician and Refraction i any man in the state out a bottlev 6OcOsoeola Pharmacy > ,t J. ,
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more humble minded youth among not one out of every 1 S

yourjpns, ,I;: don't, mind' trYing him; buildings standing itftll I parts of the \,, : WHAT IS"JEWISH : MADE 1':

but not this young cock who'crows world and built by modern mason HISTORY 1 : C 1c.Jr. ,
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too loud for will be-stal djug 600 years hence Wrdo .
mY'duncblll. I want a ''S SS
_-I plain honest: fellow. I hat your not know nuw to put' stones ant 0 Sf I S.Si. S,S I S IS S .,S S S I S S -

JtiONTHEJSCENT; geniuses. -lt.you can't; supply ,the bricks together as. the; ancients did. :'vftli-tt; .is Jewish History?". Is ;,the ANDNf

article t 'can look elsewhere; but and consequently the buildingswe title of.an interesting article contrlb- I WELL
Betsy would much nephew raise nowadays are really mere tern-
onaffiL like a uted; to the->T6rth American ,ReView
I about, tha house. Your fine' gentle- . porary-structures;"and will' be In ruins 'by'Professor Abram S. Isaac.'' Jewish

jflDIVINING man looker upou'slxty pounds a, year, when the nclent 'buildings; of Greece history did not end with 'the'fall of .

; TRACED ROD as about enough to'jceephim" In' and Efeyp't.; b\lllt' thousands of 'year -Jerusalem, as' Is commonly supposed; STRONG ,

cigars; but in that we agree to differ. ago, are l in as too4 condition! .as' .they It really began JronTThat.date, sl&ca. ,

---1 ,What an unfeeling letter ArUuir., are now. the Jews then lost a little strip of

"I' am trrId-Jteggle must have 1 soil and began; to gain contact with .. . .Ii

offended. !hIm" said Arthur, thought The. Best Salve Ever Use:!. the ,world at large. Even before then. By Lydia E. Pinkham's. ':

fully. Fort Scott, 1<...nana.Mr. they bad begun to wander:; the Jews
"It is Just-my I luck." aid Mr. Den- .t. T. Havannah. Qi.Dopr Vegetable Compound .'
- - - flhu"lrlnai In
\ I am callluit for the I were found In Eg3'pt,- in Greece ; ,
ki CHAPTER I, 1-J ".9iti: for J ev er BO\ long t furnish stone!', fretfully. 'If' I have a son t>*st salvo 1 over uii Knclurted, find Italy, In Asia Minor. But thereafter Bardstown. ] I suflVred fi4in .j

"I wonder Why there are) so many the epitaph .. \\ with bnvjna above the. prdlnary, ha T 13 60.ttorIno Send r"" me one-half Youra dozen truly,(boxes- of they followed the Uomau'' soldier ..t1C ratfon and 9.I'_ troubles for '

children In (he world ; children are "Well," aVld Janet, with rather Ifcnreworn. goes and flies In 'the face of Providence -- f'lTel' KlppTett I along the Klilnc In GaUl, in Bohemia > ..,' ,,'. .,-> a long ..tlmlJO". ;;
.rln curei .5czsma. . LUng ,..t', failed
YQur' inothec think nothing J tors had to \
tbe greatest abomination in exist .lopk rAintng/! over her sweet Worm. drd-und Itch. Itching Pile Jnfanfa : and, on their expulsion from
.... >MiMildbe_rV>nfl...by.f>ur trying now "__ helpjnelJJ.ydla E. .. .
r ---J- nl\1iJ---'thTe1dtng-tIl1J\ ; lace; .-flm. -- a lila We seem toll| ,,, doing good and It "I wish I might," cried Arthur, Patches. 'en the Fac.---: Old Ilrhlng Holland emigrating from ;4 Pin compounf: eta- .'
way through > innumerable brothers no Sorea, Dan<1ruTxCanltered( < Scalp Hun-:'" Foland and / \ ; ble was (
fll and Bisters to the schoolroom Is not worth whiln\ waiting'till 'Reggie eagerly Hut not i if, Reggie woVild\ lone, Corn., C'hitbliUji and every form of the latter country to llr.azl: ( and the ,- "- C recommended, and ,
feel as If I were trwpplantlng him" Skin nin. .a.e. 1 ell ilno: SOc. Tctlrrlna '
.fireplace: . A small sister 1 liad possession comes back. Soap 25o Your drucgliK.' or by mall front West Indies, whence, ho first bandof I 4 I decided to try It. :
ji ot tbe beat armchair, a faded Arthur followed her to the door. "No fear of that, my good felloW; the manufacturer, Tljo\Mliuptrlne Co" Jewish emigrants" came' to theUnlt..d ---- &- my trouble if'

ha .chlntz concern with ears to it. !Regsle "DolI't.be down old girl." he said said Jiis father, rather' contemptuously. Savannah On. \._ States Professor Isaacs says: made me well .
'
) Is to turn "You hardly look like brotliers." 8ometlni who Isynutty In of pand strong, so that
kindly. a
of course, dislodged her and took Something mire s man "The lroscrlPttvomeasures .
-1 l>oas s loy. while little Uetty, perfoctJy UP I Arthur felt that was true enough. your h&nda 19' a convenience*, and< State and Church from the early: centuries _ work.do" .all Mrs.myown JOSEPH 'I
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:. I lieaid that Ilnythln'g- did as far 'tt s clothe* went, and he was the New tim clot In view -
Lr'' satisfied of the drolls (d'ainc made! never sometimes not, confesses had p/m-tlcally .ett HAT.L, UarJs-
hla
t l ifo remonstrance! but squatted on tIle I turn iif| 'or itt r. Mlcnwber. site< answered unconscious of superior physical York World- Putty has a disagreeable attributod to a distinguished Russian -__,- town, Ky.
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'. quickly. At nil events It Is advantages/ ":. It Is extraordinary) how way of sticking to you. official who recently: died but noU.the Another Woman. Cured. *h

.' rug.They were all thifrp, Itoggle.! home no HBO folding nne'n hands. to walt long fatnil delusions continue bands of an assassin It wns to drive Christiana, Tenn." I suffered from

from Oxford ; the beautiful .Janet.! until It does At thin moment' Mrs. Denstone THIS LETTER IS WORTH READING. n third of the Jews< tn df.<\\lh..a thirdto the worst form of female trouble so .

'* 'whcr-enjoyed! tho privilege of being He drew IlRcl"I 1 don't Want lo-do came III, a little pale rather trembly I ....--- I exile, and a third to the Church that at times 1 thoiiRlrt I could not 'i
that." he paid quietly woman, with a sensitive,' pink color Gentlemen:-Forfive weeks I uffcredintensely this live and my nerves were> In a dreadfulcondition.
grown up; Arthur, whose future fate It Is possible that (computation
,
coming and going In her thin cheek from n bad cone of Kervma.\vliuh Lydia E. Pinkham's
r- was not decided but-'who was the "O'l1! Arthtii, I (did not mean anything ; Is correct although there are no exact -
lilY hpit stomach back and both cured me, and.
"What does Arthur ?" she said coxered -< table Compound
tallest handaomcat but It doen i rile me to see say statistics to confirm It. Doubtless V61ft'J J
r and mst attractive to. her huiTband arm*. After\ tryIng three plijaicunn) amione me feel! like n different woman.
: looking of lads, thouglrall unanfmously Reggie; ; with all hlH splendid talents skin apeewliNt' and by actual count many Jews sought security by K. Pinkham's Vegetable

J declared that he had Inherited and his ",rand education, and! .everything Arthur.put his arm round her ten- twenty-nine 'hlf"I'<-nl ointments and I lo- I' conversion. while intermarriage had worth. Its weight/ In (fold to suffering'

Saxon wit with Saxon beauty ; to be throjK.il away on such a derl)'. tiotia, I o"eidenlally lenrneil of Ifaneock'a Its natural effect In withdrawals women."-MH*, l.IARYloon.H.Jo'.H.a.. ---I.r Iof '

and would never do any good with paltry emploj) 'iiient ; and vet, If he re- "There fa nothing/ Arthur would Sulphur Compound and Ointment. At 1 I from .Imlaisni Jewish and princely If you belong that countless armyjofWiimeuwlioBij
not do 'for little mother" he waa willing to 'thing once,.1_ >ur_. It..r1runJI61.Qt\ I
Ills brains' Little L.otty. on Ihe fuaox It, It is like giving: / up wider you try anj l blood-hiw' '--often-w nvnlngledr -especiallY -- :
said chased a bottle of the Liquid and Ointment female ills dot hesitate ttryLydiie r
"and so you may Imagine that
ectH still There I won't priimbVe ; : thrilling
hearth rug. crept up and leant I>roBi> In SpaIn. No more
The hral application gave me instant E I'iiiltham's Vegetable Com i
''gaI1l8t' .hla long/ legs. sure of not !><,- ." And, ilryliig -her eyes, Janet this opening Is bliss Indeed. ojijy If relief from that awful/ itching inflamed I chapter Is found in Jewish history pound. made from roots and herbs. Y

f 'Ing rejected there even2thougli she went off.Athiji'. Reggiedoes/ not like mind'It;- surface of my skin. I persmtentlyusedthis \ than that which records the fate of For thirty years this famous remedyhas

.7 ,:Tpjgbt tie an inconvenience and alf ( went slowly downstairs "RegKle won't He thinks It remedy for one week and at the the Mnranos of Spain and Portugal, been the Htmidard for all forms of f

'aY"11 the way. with his, hands In his pockets. This might tust' do for you. she \said.-! end of that\ tune I .1 hardly) a trace of I the majority of whom publicly professed female ilia,,aud lias cured thousands of 4

"' Tola, an abbreviation of (:ieiierentola theory of Regie's splendid< talontHwas One ('a not wonder atrhls\: hoiror of the efuptidnton my person: Jf any reader Christianity and yet remained women who have been troubled with 1.

1 or the Clnderwltch. sal upon UUP It onlyrnthporv*. Ho had bell the idea after what he had expected." questions. tillS tcstimoujal as nut being I Jews In private Against them the such ailments as displacements, fibroid
I bona hde and absolutely unsolicited, an inquiry ulceration liillammation i irregularities -
"All! rlRlit' auld Arthui. "Then I tumors .
'\cd In It In of than
ImiUlcHIy) spite
'1' table; a little Bunburnt brunette ofeventeen < addressed to the addreas below enclosing mob was embittered' more backache, and nervous
_t I' with curly brown hair and every. successive report first from will start for 'Liverpool to-mornow postnge will cowMnie any' one 0. against their tormer brethren and prostration.If I'11

,, '., -ey.esl1ke diamonds; and she had children school and then from Oxfoid-either morning. I tlrtn t see why I shollldn'taend joiid question WAHUEN; CJAKRH, unutterably cruel were the sufferings/: )on want special<< advice<< write

all about her.T Ominy. Johnnie Regglewea RI'owlntoo fast for von every sixpence of the1 "108 So. Ohio Ave., Cojumbus.) OVn.te ." they had to undergo Hundreds nay font to:Mm.lMiiklinni.l4yiiii.MuiM.It .

I u :Mary Cllh, Jack Eddie, No wonder woik, pool bo>'. or he had mi unfair nionu mother- mine for I shall .evIdently \ HAz\'UCK'LIQUID feui.i'iivu Co.. thousands ,*-met death at the stake N free and always ie 1ut'ul. i

I the.splendid Reggie looked down on mantei. and Reggie; I could never stand board with my uncle. Proprietors, Baltimore !Md. ,,for Uooklct. rather than renounce in reality their .
Sold by druggists. I A II"W i thought; is not. always rovo-
& 'the herd with t the outspoken expies- a mantel he did not like. Then at olden faith ; while as emigrants like

: 'lon of disgust which nobody minded Oxford h(' had turned out to have lost In the;;- race--of life-the-man who I the Husfuenots, they added to the. liitloiiar\ ___ ____ __ ....
i all the of bin life CJlAPTEJt 11. Is lnnci.KXCUK '. and Itch pui-ed! in :30 minute,* by Woqlford's! ...
.:Un'tbu least. pievlous years by pushes along \\ wealth of their adopted country
Lotion Necr fail .
Sanitary At itrullil.la.Thp
i_ Janet nettled her hair before the having beon no badly taught. Then "Good-bye(>, Arthur! God blesa "10 C StATES became leaders In varied lines" S

$ cracked old mIrror. "Well RPRBO! ) It was most unsafe to press on the )'ou said his mother, choking back I II, rouil to wialili Is Ila\ld with ..
/ ulnll1., K,., and ICeturn. for Houttit I
To < crushed )
\\1 *K AVOIII). bopOM
intellect of her
she said "having called a family highly' atTained genius; tears.
B..Vt''. Convention, M.y IJ-'JO: 1 OOU. i-
councH what is the result? Are we and, filiallY HegRlc: obtained no honors The whole family had accompaniedhim VIa Atlanta. HlrmlnKhmn Atlntt 11)'. I Try :Marine Eye Itenicdy

not all in committee, *'" merely scraped through as hun to the station There they stood TIc''e.111' be sJM May 10th to nth in- I No man can buy peace by selling For Red I.Vt', ,"I.. \\.....Iry.alery Eyes,

I ; U "You know liS well as Ida." dreds of others have done and came all thirteen of them On the plnttorm. clUBlTo with return limit May 2, nd. 1909\ 1, principle. iiranulatitm PUlIt0:>'e and. K:>o Strain ..

11_ growled ReggieVe' must'resolve home l beautifully got up In appearance Arthur thought to himself that they ham Close with uooneotions all Unas Atlanta for LouIsville and lilrmlng-Bee None come. on happiness by huntIng !Munu. Compounded Doesn't by Mniirt Kxperitmcwi, Soothe i'Il.i.-isnR Eye i'am' -

ourselves Into Committee but with small honor to himself were an uncommonly good-looking ticket it alone. ,
a \Vays Kgont. eo..oI&, .
._ ____ _...i,_ no lnjuri and Means There is something up" and a gratified feeling: of self- family and he wondered how far The latter Is only for the human dcrollct The way to kill love Is to count on 'Iry Munne Fur \aut Eye,; Trouhlea You
'- "Something down. you .mean." said respect. In the belief which he found sixty pounds a jear" would KO to replace Its profits.t \\ill Like Murinc Try It in lluby, Kjen ..
for txalr J.rhd.: bruKCiila ,
Poll .
unshaken i In the breasts of his the black cashmere L !; Mwrinat
Tommy, who was scribbling at a family shabby Hopentanto Is always' lame.wlthout,, !o. 'I'ho !Muiina, )IJe; Krmoly l Co. Chicago
table. "Mother's eyes are red." -that his superiority was unassail gowns that Janet and Tola wore. War COLDS and GRIP.remt'd- I restitution and reformation. will iend bou interesting ICre hooks '.

"That's nothing new" said Tola. able. only that he had been unfpi- Reginald l was so disgusted at their 'Hick's. CitciMir. Is the host, lo'rec. '
and fo..rthnesa-CuroU
-1 t r...11. ... the arhtDr "The man who brags of his, humilityis ---
t'8CIIT.owC\llIy.\ hugging the babY."Don't .unate In his surroundings all having come that he walked off LIla Cold and revtorns normal condition's.\ h'. Strong Language.
., IlK and proud of his consistency.
liquid-effects Immsdlatalr. 100. > equally ;
i Jaw" .sajd Reggie giving Arthui had his hand on the handleof to the upper end of the platform and .
Mo., atdruc stores.VOT
I 'Tommy a little kick which extorted the door when his father came out tried to look as It they did not belongto Citizenship In heaven will not exempt The "th'p,," and "thous" of Q\ia\ (.

i 'a growl of "Shut up-do'! of the library and stopped his exit. him. He did not think them good- the sane, poised mind. temptation you from-elther taxes or service erdom" have almost disappeared 1 In this
In. woid without '
-i "I imagine" said Janet coming "Here. Arthur, I want you" he looTTTng at all ; on thp contrary, he a significance.Mrs.Winslow' here. :big\ [ city yet there ore a few families

. forward and looking lovely, "that ".:.lId, briefly. 'thought/: the children hideous and as Soothing Syrup, for FlilMrenteething I It's the habit of our. minds nevertothlnk Where they are still\ !kept' tip and< '"

'; the last remaining hope of the family "The' ITbraiy of Denstone Court was, for Tommy-the vulgarity of that ,so/tens thpgums reduces in flamm.tIOD.all.y.p.m.curea..od ..- \ of thorns until we ares payIng -' their! disregard Is <-onsl lerrd a'mo.t'

4' ,the last diner at tho tenant's dinner. alas! only pow called so by courtesy boy'! colic.25o a lottlsr for the roses. .- -sacrilege: -
t
\-4 'bas given notice 'to quit.," as the books were gone. Only the "Take care of yourself my boy" Eat drink ,and be merry" today for A plate of soup may weigh as much There Is a West Philadelphia famIly .".- .

i ."And like our first parents we shall yawning shelves remained. It was said his father. tomorrow the bill collector may call In thQ. universe as many a/ song or where tliy children have been ,. J'

; ;be reduced to living vaguely on the n fine room and. like the rest of the "Give Aunt Betsy my" blessing" : sermon on brotherhood. ''brought/!; up by their grandparents, with

fruits of the earth" said Tola. louse, h-ad about It the, ghost of departed said Tommy; and when the train The way Ilamlms Wizard Oil .a<>t.hPII"and When you get after the profits of tbe Quaker peculiarities of speech!
comfort and luxury. moved off, he flung an old slipper allays all aches, pnma orenes swell-
"And how to avert it? 'earll-
will hear lot about them from
mil and inflammation! io a surprise and delight oppression you a greatly Impressed" on
( '
; ""fey, putting our shoulders to the The Squire ot Denstone Court after.lt for, luck. to the afflicted.. It is' umply.great to' the principles liberty. eat youth. The old gentleman depreciates -

,\. "wheel" said Arthur. COt course we looked about as worn) away and shabby .- Janet slipped' away and' joined_. ....,' relieve all kinds of pain.The . The bigot Is them nvbo.. thinks the ,tendency among modern.
his furniture. He had let ..
as own Reggie.
whatever work
take
must
fellows
r that alT souls to heaven only Quaker descendants, 'tG'"disregard toe
;, construction of go
every skyscraper
i everything slip helplessly through his "Oh, Reggie, she said "I -wish it ---
In
comes our way, .
his knothole.. and -astrled his best
claims of at least through private old<\ forms,
His at been .' an average .
"Reggie said Janet timidly,' Ingers. poverty might onetime had you. i
1.1 -'. > tho.'chlJdr.eq' in the straight
three Victims'and the 19,000,000 Industrial Th fool baa two extremely limcult: to keep
.
\, .have taken a. step already.: I have have been grappled with but "Thank you, for nothing, my dear! .
: :put in an ''advertisement offerilig'myaelf -I the time had gone by pow. I am .thankful it isn't." workers in this country .500.000 .- tasks to know himself and to keep -end narrow path despite the Influenceof

I 1."- ., as a lady help, and I have two Poor Mr. Uenstone got more and But, after all, perhaps, If Uncle are killed or maimed every year. I others from doing the same. their compaq)lens. One day last

:-or-three answers here which I kept more deeply Involved; more and more Alfred had persevered-a-llttle, he I The reformer who blgjrs a-lrampet 'week the little boy of the farjilh,

', r; 'ito open at our meeting hopeless; and he found no help in his 'would have seen what a pity It was; Catarrh Canhot Be Cured is more anxious to astonish the natives qge!
4 .; "So that was the secret of our dally wife, who. worn out by the cares other so much talent! With LOCAL APPIJcaTloNII..lhey cannot than to surprise the enemy. 6. Finally thC latter was provokebeyon.l .!
large family and the feeble petu- "Gammon1"! said Reggie who with reach tbe seat of the disease. Catarrh: is a endurance and, ,In a burst of
walks to Plumtreo postomce? cried blood or constitutional disease, and In orderto ,We can do nothing better than to "
."Tola. "Quick Janet, do see what they lance of her lord had subsided into all his faults, was too much of an cure it you must take internal remedies. : analyze the problem of poverty and rage shouted "Th.ltll\ \, )011 theo . :

,are about." a rniere..household drudge. The sons Englishman to stand flattery Good Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken \Hiternallr, and ; nothing worse than, to stop with an- Now go tell grandpa I swore!"-Philadelphia :

t Janet opened the first two letters and daughters might have been a gracious Janet! there is Colonel Curtis Acts directly on the blood and mucous sur' alysis.-From "Sentence\ Sermons" \ Record.,
v face. Hall's Catarrh: Cure Is not a quack .. -
and read *cnem' at first gaily then comfort Individually, but they werea and you are such a guy. Do for medicine. It waa prescribed by one of the In the Chicago Trlb'une.' -- - -
"Halterlngly. The one offered lutolerablecondltlon1. tremendous Incubus en masse. goodness sake/efface yourself among beat physicians In this country for years, The difference wag"s Is diminishing -
One they bad In and is a regular' prescription It is composed l remarics the New York World.
powerful rabble.
the
friend
_,- and the second held of the .best tonics known combined with the The Idle Foot Was Tired.
J the Uncle Alfred the successful Liv- little t>ut the equalization process Insteadof
drew her
Janet haughty
4 _. .out no hope of any salary. up best blood puniiers, acttDK' : ,"Oh dear! Oh, dear! she sighed. erpool merchant who had sent Reginald head. mucous furfaoes. The perfect,combinationof ,, work whose, one .foot was kept with bringing women's pay up to men' a.
This twill never do. Now for my to Oxford and whose offer of alerk'a "If he cares about my dress-" the two ingredients is what.. producessuch "never-slackening speed turning his Has a tendency to work both ways and
,results in catarrh-
place in biB house.*at a salary she said. wonderful curing- .to bring men's pay down to women's.Tbere .
last hope.T
s Send for testimonials, free. swift wheel round, while the other '
f.... *_; The third letter proved to be only of sixty pounds a year had .seemed "Dress by hanged! said Reggie F. J. CuIIUY': ; A; Co.. 1'rops.,Toledo.Q.constipation. rested patiently on the ground. When is no doubt that the putting to \...,.
:Ian agents advertisement. such a downfall to all their hopes.It sharply. "At least you should look Hold by druggists price, 75c. I work of children! at an early age and<
sympathetic
[ the lady said to him In a
Take Bail's < Pills for
'lI am' flad ot It." said Arthur. was on the subject of this offer like a lady." tone, "How tired your foot mast be!" the Increasing employment, of women

1Ji!:. "Nonsense Janet; mother would that Mr. Denstone wanted" to speak Colonel Curtis was advancing toward WORK FOR THE MAGNET. tho man raised bis eyes and saId and girls does tend to lower men's -

,JV never,hear of such a thing. What to his son. V' them. Janet meant to stand "No; ma'am. It Isn't the foot that wages. .. :

'tr' 'could possess you to imagine It? Let ,Come here Arthur" he said, nervously her ground but tier broth r'..worda How Its Lifting Powers Have, Been works that's tired. It's the toot that

-us be serious. You can still have sand sit down. I want to talk brought the tears rushing Into her Developed. stands! Tbat's..Lt." OLD SOAKKRS

,'>.. ""Uncle A1Cr. '. clerkship I suppose :to you but It fidgets me to see you eyes, and she was obliged to retreat If you waat to keep your strength, Get 1 Saturated With Caffeine.
'
-- .. quickly and take refugo among the Tbe magnet that 'boys of yesterday jv
standing.
:;a :; edgeP'. I use it. If you' want to get tired do
"You look tired said children. used jfor a toy today as itaen: they When a person has used coffee fora
," ,.4 "I :suppose so, rather sullenly. father Arthur I nothing. As a matter of fact we all ,
.... Sixty, pounds a year after sendingme kindly. "I am afraid something' Colonel Curtis eyed the retreating are employing as a useful InstrumentIn know that the last man to go to fora number. of years and gradually declined j

iT to Oxford too. I wonder, bow he has worried you." eleven wistfully, but it was more than their workshops. Within the last helping hand for any new under- In health, it Is time the coffee

v': '.has. the face! "I am always tired and always he could do to join them. That few ;years particularly, as W. Frank. taking is.the man who has plenty of should be left Off in order to see

'& '."I wouldn't despise sixty pounds a worried," said Mr. Denstone Impatiently -: would have been too formidable. MoOlure points out. It Is being adapt time on his hands. whether or not that has been the "

.\ :year," said Arthur. "I wlch I had a thrusting his-hand through' Reggie was advancing upon him with ed to handle many shapes of metal, It is the man and woman who are cause of the trouble. :

{' .chance of It.L ." his thin gray hair "but I am quite a cordial smile but he was too much all forms of. Iron and l steel.! from Iron doing most who are always willing A lady In Huntsville Ala. says she f,

---' 4 "I never said I did despise It; only used to It now, thank heaven. It is disappointed to wish to talk to that dust to. scraps, or small junk to to do a little more.-National Advo- used coffee for about 40 years, and t I

when one has been brought up to expect really your mother's fault she does vapid youth, so he bnly nodded to 'weights of 20,000 'pounds. In fact, cate. for the past! 20 years waS troubled

:$ everything to be so dlffrI I woi ry so about Reggie" him and went nn, and Reggie walked the world's largest magnet will lift I _-. ._ with stomach trouble. '

'". ,..nt.-.. I "What about him'?" said Arthur home by a roundabout route to avoid as much as 50,0G0pounds.. // Bounty For Babies.A "I have been treated by many physicians \\I

r : "HushJ"! cried Tola. "Is not that surprised. "Of course, the salary Is the cavalcade. The magnet Is e-m ployed, to .breakup j bounty for marriages and children -_ but all In vain. Everything '

; papa calling'*" not a very high one but with his talents .Arthur arrived In Liverpool about Imperfect castings, to bold sheets has been voted by the municipal failed to perfect a cure I was pros

,' ,/.stentorian voice rang through he Is sure to get on, and my 7 o'clock. He was full of interest and of metal position' while they are council of Nantes France. Hereafter trated for some time,and came near

_'" : .-the house. uncle will probably offer him a partnership curiosity about his new home, and his In'the building of dying. When I recovered sufficiently .
; r.4: being' riveted any city eniploye Nantes in good to f
partake of food
I boys'! ." mind was too much occupied with the and drink I tried
; "Boys say lift "sow and pigs" at the receive down
\ hips, to a standing will $20 on coffee
Reginald rose sjowly and went "But he Is not to have! It, you see." hopes and fears which chased each again and It soured on my
!broomto
)\ ,: furnaces, also asI. gigantic marrying and $10 a month for each stomach.
,'. t ''..downstairs.f "Not to 11l1ve"'? Has my uncle retracted pther therein, to have room for shy .
both the large1 and email child until the latter Is fourteen years "I '
A PoOr boyl'! It Is hard 011 him," his otter" ness, even when the moment arrivedIn sweep finally concluded coffee was the
of Iron and In numerous other old. Should the father's own salary
'r\r., said Janet. "I really did think; "Yes, he has; and In the most Unflattering I which be found himself being conducted pieces cause of my troubles and stopped
i Uncle Alfred would have acted dffer- manner. It Is that that has .by a, footman into the library -ways. ever pass $GOO yearly no further subsidy using It I tried tea and then milk In '
I . Halt doJfln kegs of nails may be will be paid as that sum Is con- Its place, but neither
a agreed with
upset mother or hIs .unCle. me
4Utl so your
:. ,. air held sidered in France enough to support then
through the I i
commenced
' I Poor Arthur! A little shot seen travelling using Postum.
,1-"I think it was very kind of him "L am so sorry said Arthur, fervently pang
\\ij', '. ald .Tola: '"and after all Reggie's through him as the contrast struck by magnetic lines of force despite a family of eight.-New York Tribune had It properly made and It was very
'
-. protestations 'it-seems-that be wants "I always knew how it would be," him forcibly between this solid handsome the wooden covering of the kegs pleasing to the taste: _1
> comfortable rich Even two or three men are sometImes "I have now used It four months
Mr.
.r: ,to five up the only chance any one. said Denntone Querulously. apartment A Golfer's Tools. .
of us ha. had except; Tommy." "Reggie gives himself the airs of a with useful and Interesting books, lifted from the ground their ..and mj health is so greatly IntproTed \

; ,.;...t.o. Tommyf" '-. marquis; and dresses--like. dandy. and 'the poor. old, .shabby room at feet resting on a metal sheet. which One of the most, striking featuieof a that I can eat almost anything I want
IB the of clubs and
.i'Jt" *'"Yee, Tommy. No! don't frown at Your uncle Is a plain man, and bless home The contrast between the two Is flnnly held by the magnet modern golf variety can sleep well whereas before I 4'
", used to persuade the ball Into the suffered for '
1/1 r'me..' I did not mean to let it out but my soul he married his cook as you brothers was much the 'same The The flat style of magnet IB avall- years with insomnia."I i'\.
As matter of curiosity I kept have
5J)1' : I have begun I may as well finish. know, and can't be expected to be a shabby, gentle, pqevlsh Squire with *ble for picking up metal sheets' hole. a found the cause of my trou4r',
\ mm '
_ _" ttTOIJl1DY has.earned ten shillings from Judge of refinement, lie actually his sad face and threadbare'coat, and from two to .Ix at a time one un- count of the different putters used bles and a way to get rid of ,them.

.- .'... the Plumtree Gazette.: I writes these words; 'Your son Is the smart, stout dapper, old gentleman der the other' the number depend by course my partners of a fortnight's and opponents play. In The the You can: depend upon it I sppreclatPostuny"

"Thomas! said Arthur I much too fine a gentleman for me. I 'WIth his thick black hair thickness These I
., 'e, ':"Well ; of species observed I ii "There's t -
total number a Reason :
_ ':' ; bis brother's curly wig. "And want a clerk not a young swell: andI brushed Into a formidable cockatoo dropbed' by tne magnet.one at Read "The
? p-nllOB! twenty. London Post. Road to "
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1-')i o t"" I I I want a fellow who appreciates the tuft on his head and his clothes of a time at the desire of the operator over" Wellvllle in pkgs.

'.t*_,, ',, jfttT" rayjlterary; efforts" said Tom. luck of getting the place not one the best make and quality. Mr. Al provided he Is clever In adjusting the Kverread the above letter? A '., ,

,.*,*'z 'hav "l>.eu, a contributor to that 'who pints up his nose at everything1iheO fred Denstone was not alone; his witch> -at. precisely the right Inter- Where Florida Leads. new one appears from tine to time. -

.' ,.moll. ....kJy.'JI ..!'- -: !: and scents-thewhole house with wife and one-- guest were .already.- : assembled vals. ObJoago Tribunal: The finest lead pencil cedar coma They are genuine, 'true. and fall of.
"''Of nWben cigars. So you'may' teU him' I- have for dinner. from Florida. I human Intere.tt '"- -

.meant" I changed my mind. If you have .a To be Continued.
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both knew It but Just a* soon a* they RfiWMATISM ,
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The. win-in are wild In your mountain' : "whiat ta Happened to ttr asked
where theyjmmldn't ,
had placed'their
peak, - I cups- S
tSFgs'
had recovered
'- I "hour them .wall and a reAln. \ I knock them on the !Boor. and the patient when ,he ,
But Ve! br"'. on the IIllIel.llIa. ot horn.vaika when last wIthout from the effect of the ether
they at utterly
were
\ aoftly a a dream. ". ,
acci-
The, brown bee. tvjma and so, If I anything to do, they commenced jI'Q' "'You*were In'.a. ttoMey; car
And the ship of "'|ou aigument that went. like ,
T.- Wlmt i Is their )hav..n""ho mny know? an. I"
put they all reach ,port.at.last. ()n her part 'getting. a' dN1HI1' color you MRer from nw, latUng SlokBM, UPMIU or > 'been found 'necesaorjr to. amputate I\\i\ 8Q
Sam. ohliar.il, or.rrlonil, tb.v da *a, my>UwDUs' band." ,
Over towering ; and leaning forward until her citric are __- your right; ,
your
(craj'' \ MrdWuShMor'
The tmnirost find l no, wny\. 1 almcM touched hU face..' ea i neatly, He sank, back. on'the. pillow sob- ,
l> .
But 8 \a all child wander on the wife IttUo lulls of'home. fighting for her lid.; while h, Just T:-.f J"" >upw r. >Mar'thouaaads* K ll*to:::..Cur..verjrthln- elus ting aloud OJ cls gC\\\\Y ywij
: all day. 'fuled. 5.nI tn with UlrcoUnu. .
Klpr J-ropUd.
And lot hU delight "hall be crouched deeper and deeper Into..hla_ Ouu-anUd b;JUf HMiMl latonnuorr, und.e ISa "Cheer VP." sU the nurse, patting 0OW'S -C\sc
Rich tapestries ot' bloom chair and looked back at her fiercely : MallaiiKl Komi MIII Drugs act,Jun.Seth, 1544. ;avml him -on'Hbe head 'you'll soon learnto -
Hie pound the UI7 Ma. IMIl. ., tGE and fuU wtdnMi. p
and the ulilne of dUtant.. flfVH.fC '
N. ,sea, "sndlnded his fist on the arms ol ."?. W, ii. MAY, get .along all right wlUT<>oui"leftuand : \,, sj&kctitc3sts eSSc.c\\ \ ,
Ahq the) hardwood' perfume. daM V arIMtr.st, New \.rk CU; %. :
!! the chair while )he fought for Its side ,

Toiir 'm .ntaln. climb to the ky* '(tAle:. you'goJng to lot me come: here A. lie sometimes acts as a boomerang I want fnzZItg:: r .II'rntft "Oh. H.watn't the- loss dj the hand \ O\\C'''C\TCttQm\''

: TiL:4&! : crowned lkkingJ-- with -sOdsta,. always?" she would begin ,. and tbe',surer tha ,aim the, more away end lvo )&UNXON'4tUgUMA, all : aUplasters itselfthat' I -was thinking at.:* sighed ,

,But oh for .The mile lillln of home, nevervarying her argument. "Ishall disastrous the results .moralizes \JIePhlla.delpbla TISU ItEMSDT a triaL No mattel what the victim. ClInt on the forefingers j \\a.\\\\\G.\' COS1pQ.o"T \\'
Tho IrUlii I I know) Uecorll.yo doctor an,. Da nuittcr what
friendly shall not be gear may
I
not be loneocme. and
'' that wife tied
a string jniy
uroon to v
  • Flower-starred piXpla and "hlte afraid when you have to leave me.here : preJu lcd loq lII&r be .catD.t all ad".,- around It to remind me to get someThtng '
    with Hunny lopca vhfre thOrn tlwd may .iha,comforts. !AINT.EVERYjtAR _.u..4.relnedle"lo atonc'a to: <1.Qr lintI"'. {: ;oQNySbUj
    "*, ,. .. alone,.and.I-sluUl not mlas ., and c"t S bottle ot the KRECU fdr he i'1hls-rnorningr.: And now \clC1J \

    And wall for the coiig night t I give'up, -and I, .kha.Il 1 .have, no regrets TlSM II If!: PDV.: If It falls tn .givetactlon.l Mt|.- I'll never l>e able to remprmber' whatIt ,
    No One Wnnts To Do It, But Some refund ..,.-UaojronRemembcf
    will
    your TO9n
    -_.I.V, IJnn, In Yuutli's; mp..ntun.T Motalni .si-lIcrllc Cleveland Plain Dealer. \ne
    : \Vear this remedy no was! C' < ;
    Will
    No
    .
    "Vou cannot come here to stay always Paint linger.:: acid no optnm co aln.. morphine or .

    S ++;+++++-++++. :.+++ ," he would answer, "It Is not a When you have a Job ot painting other harmful: of dnica.the Pore It W)'oodauid pot. opunderthegoarante. Drag!; Love Letter 'cuiuc .

    fit place for a lady. I love you too done you don't expect to have it done Act. .
    Jean Rousseau declared
    Jacques
    : .. ... Priee. gBc. once 'l'1A..u"AC'l'UQ.,v'It
    t all ai "
    for sale >v """
    r THELADY much_ to ask you to share such a life over ageHn Very soon, but to make a that to wrIte. A good Ujve letter .

    : r| on are my, ladyv of luxury and light, lasting Job several things must be Smile and you won't be l lonely.Send you ought to begin without knbw. CALIFORNIA.
    "
    Zhe.la4y of white lily land. taken Into consldv-atlon-th. proper
    pcmUard.requeot( today ior samplepsckapa ing what you mean to, My> and to
    + Scftm-tlmes she would just look: sad, time to paInt-the condition of the of Uat'field Tea Natura't herb flnlah without knowing what have FGSYRUPCO.

    :I: Ey M.rlbl Alma! roul! | and U hjn she would cry- ,ever. BO little surface-the kind< of materials to remedy for conntipatlon. liver and kidnevdi.eai.ca. you SOLO LEADING RUGGmsSO'ADI1TI'L!

    . 4 and JUBI JHift the dog's head, and then, use, etc. All these matters are fully Garfield Tea Co. Brooklyn, N:\: written _ __ _ _ _ _ _ __.-

    ,+ +++++++++++++++++++++. of course, she went away, always I lot covered In the specifications: which Talk Is cheap quotes the American A TREATMENT FOR :

    .' The man and the dog had taken the ting; her band Urlft across his shoulder' can ,be had free by writing National Cultivator_ ;Don't take much of It I 1 Whiskey, Drags, Cigarettes g and Tobacco Habit

    long1 hill on Pond street wearily doggedly with that friendlyNjlttlo< tat() that meant Lead Company 1902 Trinity Building from )'ourhIred\ ielp in exchange for Alao NEURASTHENIA or NERVE EXHAUSTION. -,, ,of I

    1 They passed Sunset Rock without peace established oh o more. New York; and asking for Hous6- 'your good money. The man 'Who can .. lomlalfUral by' Spttlallite for Thirty T..... ComMpoa4 Coofl4atUl.. ..
    But It cllffereiiV tonight. The owners' Painting Outfit No 49. The THE ONLY KCCUCV '
    ; a glance in Its direction ploughed was talk and work too I la a are creature, INSTITUTE INOCOnaiA. ,
    .
    through the ruts without lilting their leaves rustled with a I navler rustle! Outfit also Includes a book of color WtOUWABIJ) &WZ5UE. AT'.ANTA. OA.-

    heads and when there were hasty steps and some schemes for both Interior and exterior '
    they reached the Pimples Itching: Humors Rheumatism Blood
    : door Vas flung painting and for ,
    stumping too and the a simple Instrument
    easy walking along the marhe not
    even. the flickering of multiple wings open until It gave a bang. SlioN ever, detecting adulteration In the paint .CjOIJI! Eczema Bone Pains.
    made noise" before. Whcn yho TIiQ..QUtfl .ULolyemnanxpainting 8 8 B 11.B B. "Balm is he onlj fioorsmadgIMk111th.p..taaiathe '
    had nrIaJH..
    : nor; queer dodging bits\ of light and any blood and then purlflae sending flood of pars rich blood dl..e&lOh akin
    dark fur awakened their Interest The had stepped Inside her lips piUiedan ?, problems for every houleGwner. "arfaoe. Bones Jolnt' and wheraye Ib disease orated.vlncra In thlg ...T.U Sorea,
    3Jl.
    sound between u I-IIQplea. eruptions: are healed an4 ..ure. palniand.bOla of Rkeumsilaii'.eease.wollin5.
    dog had kept at hllf m .Kt e-'s-: heel she made u little . ..ub.Ide. B. B B oompl.t.ly cban,...th.body' lnto !ean, hualtbiondltlon .
    content to !follow him: and tile mauler laugh anti a Mb and a Bound that en n time when buying paint see (Tiring the akin vh. rich T..-. hue of perfect health. .B It B. ..u.... ta.(
    jour could\ really hear', and she seemed tha every white lend keg bears the Cures'through the Blood wont old ea.es. TTT It. I 4> 00 per large bottle at Druir 81..... with dtrrotlnni U
    bud trudged on steadily be" au e tot home cure SAMPLE jTKEB tor writing BLOOD 0ALH CO.Atlamta Q.. _,
    he wanted to ('Xpt''t the ThwrfcTr to shake famo* Dutch Boy Painter trade- ._ :
    to be -
    at. hone When! they
    '
    -aw the p* n"d. perhapti A light akin th. handsVhep he orilj blared. she bat mark, wh4ch Is an absolute guarantee I II' ORAY'Sul WA LICK
    her particular of purity TTwd quality. If your paint
    the faint down abruptly In. own
    glow of the dying' sunset had
    lighted alike the eyes of the man and chair and opened; her usual argument dealer canno supply you National Sheet Metal ManufacturlnD.,
    Lend Company Vill Bee. hat some one SHAFTING. PULLEYS BELTS tMOTHER EN.
    \ ,
    : the dog and jet had not been t the reflection without warning. I I ao W. Alabama SU ATLANTA. GA\
    Somehow he got his breath back else wlU. LOMBARD IRON AUGUST C*. Ferrrtfaaeiia. :
    of the MinBet Unlit but onlV WORKS. .RI lMlfc!
    aiiKwercd t thai .di .'*.Je.ffclas. Hot Air Furnaces.METAL .
    the reflection\ of a pa>slng thoughtThey t. and Homc'how he argument 'Disputing the Returns.The sad l I *
    be did Celia: l CORHICIS: CXILtlfOS' ,,;
    although 4
    much \tuual
    as . r.rc.Ib.Fllrjral up
    s
    Metliw "
    hail skirted the
    pond warily the homeof .
    : vleltea :
    stork recently ) r>TV< rlBiSlvtai ,
    |

    because Inward all IL10nI/ I tho edge the waterfcenped not")'011 seem are! my bo sure.lady of He luxury got to and the Tight"when part a well-known !politician\ who livesin On Rainy DaysA i 1i..InObtta'1',....y.. Ra...OIIJr.,,... t'A.."a C'duMSTCD.; La)..., ".V.. Ventilators SkylighU. Rooflng'GR'AN !
    and often rankankle
    ( they a town up the State';, and In due

    willingly dmp An artist und might worked have his -her citflK bIle arfually leaned touched no 'far forward his lips( that and lime the family physician, wearing, a ,I Fish Brand Slicker ,I DMA'SMEDICINE
    gone hvingry DISTEMPER
    "tlttl"lI"dlIIAl" be of theprnsiwt she whUperecl : : reassuring smile, entered the library ..*.I F.54 '
    gladly' < ause waitIng will keep dry taa9.ap.oec. : -
    butery where the anxious father was i you -
    "And )love, softly
    ,rend before t h 1 alantlseape very .... '
    h| ( K' wo. .an.U"I"" p'-. .
    I ICUBED
    rordilly I withal The master looked i And give fall Talve U ''' ''04 b,c,.,.. D"__
    of sliver lints lIKe new t> III his clog and saw him with, both "I congratulate you. sir," gIeetuUyexcaimed comfort you and long wear. a &.:;r ';'::.": ::': 0th For.r DTMnterr: ,dlonukok, DlArrtina IronhlM,or..t':;:..Complaftt ehlUrMl ::2','''' 4 '
    h In window ami ... ..... ..
    \ft KU( as one sees at ....... Put In "_ and 75e., .bcMUaa.
    paw on i the lady's knees his nose In the doctor; "you are fatherof -"...... -...-Icw.tI. adults up
    I .
    wonders about boaiine It BOVIIIH an If sa.ooUARANTEEDWATERPROOr ...:L.i.e _i. ORANDMA'li HKniCINE CO, ,- ,
    her hand It waa evident that liuwanted triplets. !
    nolxxl) Mwhibly could have money P. O. D.*\&I.S. NEW yu. K.
    her to rome for good and ul- "What's that" excitedly cried the '"
    oooiigh t to buy It : like oxidized silver, I '
    blatkeiicMl 1 Into shallOWs) ; like old famIly ways Thus tlie master learned one politician ttptlnging to his feet Bold by flnt-olau Retailers the country Given I DAISY FLY KILLER=:-e': : :ra

    sll>"' r. treaHiiicd stuff worn thin thing about a lady that be haxl! never "I .said that you a.ro" the father of I I' over, Bend for oaf I'rea Oatalogvt Quick _ _ ,_ _ .-, 11---. u'
    Droosy ,- ____ "'. .
    and softened l like furthlng else of ItH thought of before, that a lady will triplets," repeated the physician."There 1 I A. J' TOWER CO. Relief. ...;,, '.I:. .':.eo ..,fl'l. '"c"' .,\I,,. .-.Ia.._as" ...a e.sa a.--....., r',',

    sooner or I Liter set her own way.- Is mistake In the returns toe-Ton, u. .. a. , ,\.. ""
    ot the some 1I..f ,
    kind; and In tIe very centre ,...._. I 11TO"O"TO. I la Stone ,. "I :.;:;. :: ....
    t pond where the light concentrated lay Boston Sunday 1'ontr. ," was the startling rejoinder' of TOWEl CATUDUS 00.,teL Amy! cltccti. a permanent: cure := '" .,', :
    In jo to 60 dow.. rrwltreatmentlrcn \"' T ::-iDJ.-- _ _
    .,
    . I a great; silver plate But the mAn and l the politician. "I demand a recount." CAMAO* IlSIf free.. Mothln icaa, fairer : :"'"... =/I' '\\ .5 2 0..._ :

    the dog saw the |,alll8H
    j JOIIIIR tree hrwn In the1 far depths) eoeMETALLIC Shatlillttt. I ....-I4WSSS. _________
    '
    I of t IIP CoiCKt twl..u d .uucl biickt'd intoithaca The "Solitary Bets" Dig Out Their Rnngh on RatA, unbeatable extannlnntor.liongh . : (At-19'09) 5554.5 ....**.. t**> .lIstk.Lm.ShMUiK.a.1.
    on lien Lice .Next Powder 25c.HotoKh ,
    i l 10 form a barrier against storms Homes Under the Earth.
    on Bedbugs< Powder or Liq'd,25c.

    ''I and 1 unwelcome\ .guests :Not; all the }>ffa one sees on the Rough on PleiU. Powder or Liquid, :25o. HEELS &. I f9R' CHILLS aVdCroAoi Ciu'onie MaISCS_v.isu_... '
    KiHorliiK the nat row gateway In the /fnti_Ch'U/lln. Toolr "patlMr. llver BtUnulaat,lajeU -
    Itowersarmthe busy little fellows who Rough on Roa'bPow'd, lc.Liq'd 25o.
    m .. _.
    and Soc.t IS a oal la> I
    .ndt'. at last each of his own accord AatbepUo. UI
    palll supply our tables with Uonej Ofnurse Rough on Moth and Ants, Powder 3Sc. COUNTER! baID.-10.IL ,

    had thrown up his head They (. )'OU all know that I tax1: great Rough.on Skoetem, agreeable In use, 24c.E. ;: ", "6.'" AGENTS WANTED! I

    ?_ _ had onie" home without game but family of bees may bo roughly divided fct.: Well, Chwmiat. Jersey City, N. J. Mado of ln.T.rT beauty t*>...1'( to friend.. Writ St ono*for>Moll t rm'to flrat pecans In Blcbbo>- ,
    home wan good after the long tramp I c wbo will *....our rr r......*.. Into the social bees those thai live together 10 Had out What IB IPv"stall not *.nct You tn MR. y<,ur lirhtora*rw oi (t. ft rCMBMlCAl.CtaM.PA.WV
    even if they don't deserve muc1an,1 in populous communities, and The Individual who has poor taste I stooL; t I '&<1<1.".. ...JlfT..H......N L : Rl.k.v..*.. V. /
    has all.
    little ashamed of themselves. really no taste at
    were a the solitary, bream. who live only one or For Miners, SQilarrymen
    And had- \been good, for the '
    supper two in a home. 13. H. Gasses Sons, oT Atlanta, Oa,, are .
    knew bow, to cook, and they had / J1
    man Instead of building their homes of Iliconly luooeMful Dropsy BpeelallsU 10 the 'I
    fttvnred It together until both were.sitIsfled. ",nld. Bee their liberal offer IB advertiM. 'Farnrreanifalllfn d: -
    Industrlous'lIttle' Tot
    wax, some of theme wactiaannth.r aolumn ot this p.p.r. ,!
    -
    *
    solitary fellows. are tunnel. "lIders and Who Do bngb W rl..Your '

    The hut itself wee"roomy and plan. excavate' their home In the earth. By The truest! computation of time i* - .

    ned with a view comfort, partition. no means- is theirs 'a light task-inil the by, the hour's joy or woe,: .shoe dealer has r;: '- I V

    _ _ ed into, two room8;'the. rough timbers amount of work sometimes! done by & RASH ALL OVER BOrS BODY. shpes fitted with them >.,( i-

    _ _ covered with or any cobbler can put
    overbead being partially single bee is enormous-almost be- Sprains
    them on"; for themselves three'I .
    skins tlutter of snowshoes ; pay
    with the
    and 'ond belief. It has been approximately Awful Crusted Weeping Kcrenrva on
    fishing nets. and Little Sufferer A Score of Treat- I times over. One-third the weight
    _ _ canoe paddles calculated that tne little blue digger. I
    end of the living nirnta Prove Diurnal Falltm-s of leather ; they will never wear ;, '
    the like I In one \bee (Augochlora) digs such a tunnel
    out Cure Achieved by Cutlcura. out. They are easy to attach.
    room a huge; stone fireplace gave In proportion to her weight; than If a
    their. **My littl. boy had awful rash all They will make your old shoes
    warmth and sufficient light for an over
    man weighing 185 poUnds would otjiial
    hi. body and the doctor Mud it was eczema.It I good as new. Send for
    nl'P .I". because the dog had no vanityof It, he must dig a hole four feet in dlameter L 'T
    wu terrible and used to water awfully. booklet that tells all I
    any' kind and the master didn't care I !
    and 1,295 miles deep. And .Any 'place the water went it would form about them II
    whether hla necktie was tied or untied this represents l less. than half the work another lore and it would become crusted I I

    whether his hair was partedstraight done for this computation takes no A icore cr more phynolnni. failed utterly i a. UnftedShoMiohtherjCo. I y .' .

    or not parted at all. They account of th.e branches and cells. and l dismally in their effort to remove the BOSTON, t
    together these two' trouble. Then I was told to UM the CuU- 'C. I -
    were very happy; Furthermore, It ha. been.since discovered I MASS. 4. ,
    master's curl Remedies. I a cake of Cutlcura !
    got
    The dog was as usual at his that this little\ bee digs two of .'- r I'I
    Soap, a box of Cuticura Ointment and .
    smoked 4
    and the master his pipe. I -
    q ,
    feet he these tunnels during her IIf -tlme. bottle ot Cutlcura Rnolvmt, and before "1

    The master sat in an armchair The tunnels of some of the solitary we had used half the Resolvent I could I (

    had made himself. It Was big enough; bees are driven horizontally In the sea, a change in bim. In about two month. This Trade-mark Vii .

    and strong enough, and Its workmanship sides of steep. slopes, and others are he WM entirely well. George F. Lambert I S I d ii4
    '
    did not trouble him. The chair sunk vertically from the surface of the 139 West Centre St., Mah.noy City. P.., i Eliminates AllUncertainty 1 1I

    was placed a little Jo the left of thefireplace" 'level ground according to the habitsof Sept. 20 and NOT. 4, 1907." a 1 I _

    the Potter Drug & Chem. Corp., Sole Prop. ,.
    _ and the dog lay towards the' different species. Leading I 1i '
    of Cuticura Remedies Bo :M... i 5'I
    ton,
    centre. To the right another chair from tile main paasageway there are _ in the purchase:: of I5

    had been placed, not.made by the master short branches which terminate each Not one In a thousand make life _ _ .- paint matial -. ; .- ; -

    but rather of 1tlne1y--pollBhed mahogany an art. Most of us produce a miserable It h an absolute .
    _ in a widened chamber or cell. The I of .
    line and proportion, daub. guarantee purity -I Ia
    of perfect
    whole Interior of this cell is plastered and quality.

    and having rockers. It had a reencuehlbned that makes the walls ,
    with a cement RAISED FROM SICK BED. For your ownprotection

    seat, and another cushion Smooth and waterproof and also hard He '
    Sloan's Liniment !is the best
    u- reeled against Us back. l( looked very ens them so the earth does not fall in. After All Hope Had Vanished.Mrs. _ _ that It li on the tide of remedy for sprains

    Inviting, so It was no wonder that the These little bees differ slightly In every keg ot white lead and bruise '.

    lady always_chose I ltwhen'_ she came toe II' opinions. as to which ls_ the best J. H. Bennett 69 FountainSt. you buy., It quiets the pain at-once, and can be applied to the
    MT10IM. LESS CMrMTINi
    little' patter- Me. "My back
    Gardiner :
    there a says
    was I
    In. _Jlrst
    food and, consequently some peclfes! biaS, IWInt. ..* Vwk tenderest without hurt because it 'doesn't :
    hg needto
    patter of steps outside and a slight- used to trouble me so part
    store their cell with a pellet of pollen -
    f rustling of dried leaves as her dress while others are cure that honey, L-L- severely that at last 1- Hard work and- constant application be rubbed all you have to do is to lay it on I

    brushed against them. then you knew I had to give up. I judiciously applied keeps the It is
    with a little pollen added is by far the lightly. a powerful preparation and penetrates
    di that she bad slipped softly In, and the _ took to my bed and wheels moving.
    J best food for a young bee. In either instantly -.relieves inflammation and l
    slow, sweet smile on her face nl..anl'tlst stayed there four ,---- any congestion
    case, an is placed! on the food- .
    egg LOW BXCPHSIOIf RATKSTo
    that she was gad to be here months suffering Intense and reduces the swelling.51'oans. .
    and the entrance to the cell .
    mass
    Account Great Musical -
    Atlanta, Oa..
    the master and his clog; pain dlixiness. j
    and knew that .
    closed up. When tbe lowest cell Is I ...U..I Maf .th- th, I9OO. VI. Atlante' ,
    shook hands headache and Inflammation -
    were glad too. She never properly flocked and sealed the next I Birmingham a Atlantic Kaliwsy.F' .
    as sTie came forward, she Just let her of the blad. Tickets tor be Bold for afternoon trains I '
    la
    above It the
    one undertaken,
    rlghCJiad drift across thd master's thea '/A der. Though with May Srd and all train May 4th and fith.
    next higher one and so on toward the with return limit :May 8th. 1DO / 4
    shoulder with frleirdly little, tap. and 1't I out hope. I began -
    a tpp. In this wa'y the earth from eachsucceeding I i I Thin occasion will be bold Ita the largest .
    then settle on the dog's head wltWan the using Doan's Kidney auditorium In, the South and affords an .
    cell tillS passageway'below
    # other little tap. Then she fitted Into Pill.. and In three months was completely opportunity to hear. the world' greatest Linimentis
    It and so prevents access to tho cured. Caruso tvlll each night. Seethe
    The trouble ha. sing
    the pretty chair, herself. a pretty picture never nloKera. 'I
    cells by the natural enemies of the returned." ticket a/rent
    as ever a man and a dog looked .
    bees.-From "Nature and Science" in dealers'60centiabox.
    ot. She wore a thick white cap and Sold by all I Now is the time for the basebalf an excellent and

    a heavy mat, but when the' masterrhook St Nicholas Foster-Mjlburn Co., Buffalo, N Y. I fans to get an aeroplane and watch antiseptic germ '..

    his heed at her and pointed to The Age of the Mlcrob.People .. "Out In Colorado. where they havefull i I I the home_ _run., ___ ___ killer-heals cuts, bums, wounds and

    tbe wooden hooks on the wall she just now are living in a woman suffrage, only one woman I F.r MICADACIIR Mlrka' CA.11011'. contusions, and will draw the poison 4Vfi _

    alWays got up and slipped out ?l The has been elected to the Legislature. Whether from' Colda.' Heat. Stomach ot "from sting of poisonous insects.
    state of almost morbid apprehension Nervous Troubln Capudln will rtoU..erou.It' : .
    heavy coat, and shook her curls Out ot Watertown
    concerning' what they. should eat and Public life observes the Jlautd-i>lea..ant to take-as>ta Iromecll- .
    !:
    the cap; and then you could see that havo been the palaeolithic limes, seems not to be attractive tn t'lr.: Trj' It. ioc.. ar.c:. sad ftuc. at
    she was dressed in a dainty little house drink. There those whom U would t tie ___.___2 .

    gown of .the color of crushed rose age and the red sandstone age. able to women hare In public life and ftsir'who. The man who Is not liked by dogsor I Dr. Earl Sloan, Boston,Mas, U.S.A. '
    The Present age would come to be children had better reform, for "
    chair leaves.again When, you'she would was back never in have,her )known as the. bacillus, microbe and tu- In the government" or homes, really there l Is something radically wrong I Sloan' book on horaea,cattle,heap and poultry, Mat free. I

    4 lerclts axe.-I.. rd Rabblesdale In the govern tbe nation. .with the fellow. .
    known that the lady was merely ngyest '.
    she seemed to' belong' right House or I OH

    there .by all the laws that make folks

    . happy. Sad Calamity 'at 'Possumvllla.
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    assistant at 'Possumvllle. "The
    pour her own cpmee. There. was a very:
    _china andjaucer\ .for__heivsndehe durned phonygraft; is broke!"-Qlrmngbam ... ------- -'--- .-" 1 ;;
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    : WRITES CLARK Groves1' t-ecentlv Issued I by Wllson'& .' I:? P. -& & : ., i 4.,, '
    AGREE
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    _ Toonier Fertilizer Co., Jacksbo Ile'i

    0"" F.la.. add sent'throughout the citrus Q: :' : AS .
    Hr aectl 3ns,that"we feel this firm U doinga i i :
    Anent -
    Congressional Appropriation -i $ '
    e ? .l.' good and much needed work. -The .:S
    ) for Our Route. state U full of new comers who can ill
    t Water ,J Jt afford to pay. dearly for experience, .

    The following letter which- Is, *elftoX -I .and JO) is impossible t6 buy thQt'outlblypr'oollca.I' a.I'is, : : J
    ; .. 0 xplaoatory.fromiheio4.C.S{ : Agree I books on Florida products; < > a BUILDER I

    h l oogreusraaa Frank clark will be but Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co. ,

    _ 'c read with a treat deal -of ,Interim'by. furnish all such Information free. S by 'man .

    ; i the people of this county. It: shows' that. I I Their rubllc'atlocs cover the production . sand Efuildlng"' and Furnishes E ti- '. y
    representative In the le 1 Itiflslatui-e 0 fruit"and Vegeia
    1", I. fully\ alive to the .n cenlty of a-overni 'ble raised to anv extent h't.,6estat. T; and: -mpsx, :an.aize.nrDimenalons._whether" -ft.. .. '

    t mental aid to put our* water route In and should be in tbe. bands of ever; Cottage or a Tourist HoteL\

    r, such condition as will Insure the con grower or prospective grower. 6 c neat .at'a --"--- I

    \: tinuous and uninterrupted passage of ARTESIAN WELLS' '

    x 1.. ,. AGOODEASONpeople .: l the eraatsat-iiJSEesa!! ....-. .___ _.-+ ,;.
    The letter follow*: Ylunch .w.\
    ::1 \. House of Representatives, J' '. / 'S : man in, Florida. a 4 ,
    State of Florida. ,...'
    : I Tallahassee, /\1'1'1117.1909Ii : Ijlealmmee Can Tell You I, for eve ? it f

    i lion tVank-Clark, :Member of Con Wfcy It l. Sod J -S.. KissimmeeFla..
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    1 JI\ greed of the United. Slates. _
    I 'I.. Dear Sir-1 would like\ to submit tfj. Doan's Kidney Pills 'cure the causeotdiseaseagdth5 Packed in i -
    : consideration House ,- U why the cures are 8 .
    r your personal
    always lasting. This remedy strength* --
    Me orlal No. 'asking Congress to .
    1 appropriate $730 fur a lock and ens andtones un the kidneys, helping and sweet
    t them to drive out 'of the body the liquid 8
    river which
    dam on KIsslmmcM/ was
    'V" presented by my erf-C. S. Arree-and poisons that cause backache, climates. " ( ; *
    on motion the rules were waived and headache and distressing kidney and STABLES
    urinary complaints. Kissimmee': peo- S
    the resolution adopted. .
    I will proceed .to Rive you the rea- I ple testify to permanent cures. IndefinItely. .
    891111 w Wt' I ask for this awropulatlon'Fli'bt Mrs. A. M Story. Kissimmee; Fla.,.
    Imlustrv la and says: ''Severe headaches, pains in mv '(
    -The farming, AM. Proprietor.
    a has been! a (freatvleal] of the lime In avery back and loins and a dull, languidfeeling g Quaker Oats f ;
    } the of ""
    bad condition, owing to the low were prlnclpal'svmptoms the finest china; i
    my ktdnpT complaint. The kidneys '
    waters.
    Second-The stock Industry has sul. were also weak, and the secretions Q and Boarding
    caused me much annoyance, owing to v
    I feted a t..deal for the name reason :
    Ilre -
    --low waters. S their frequent action. Since usingDoan's : 8' "P1.6 I "
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    Kidney Pills, which 1 recently .1 I
    Third- And the moat Important reason -
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    obtained from the. Kissimmee DrugCo ew st/ook and Vehicles and pro-
    is the hindrance of steamboat
    .l from coining i For months at a time the headaches and pains In my : with' perfect satisfaction .
    A I ii. t'
    back vcrtSeasfd and the-kidney- -
    se
    Q.o-tOO"iOo-o- .c-
    all
    'transportation
    there Is ho at
    h 'cretlons.h a v<> boon restored to a more / -
    Uence thousands of dollars'are.com'
    "pletely! -demoralized on account of pot n ttturaL i.m: ed strength and energy and am
    my ;
    having lock and dam on Klssimrue -- d.
    r
    r river at the called for in memo- feeling greatly improved generally. I .
    points
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    have no hesitancy in saying that
    Hal.Now. Doan's Kidney 1'lils are an effective Summer
    I
    Mr. Clark, I sincerely hope --
    that you will take Into your consideration kidney remeUjL" ............................... ........
    arid comitjtldlcailon/ the For, sale by all dealerq, ] Price: !! 50 . : '
    ,' other two Congressmen of-Florida Jhe cents. Fualer-Milburn Co., Buffalo, l' 'For : ; IT MEANS. !r' : '
    F New York. sole agents for tbe United
    nfoedlf aDd of
    rl sufferings our" people.o States. r : a Bniik's Capital" 1. fur, nr the dlffi renoa ber
    y, Osceola county for a lock and, dam. 1I / ami, one with aTTariw ."1'11.1. ,
    say lI)1fferlnlClr.. Clark, for our peo' Remember the naine-Doan's-aud I :: This Is a very Important AND SCKPI.VS ir

    4 1 e pie are Buttering. C. S. AcnEE* take no _other._ _____ 4 at this time Increases the size j = I <>r surface for the !
    < next year1 ) I,
    ic this bank has a r .

    PROCEEDINGS( OF CITY COUNCIL The agency Laundry.for the White Star I \ calls on fertilizer.for help In Neither May and should this. "' . . I0.OMOIn.I'MNHI_ )I t MI) r '
    r
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    trees the most rood. Later I.tiMMl' .'
    laundry\ is now'ai the Home Store,
    I therefore the maturing o( the : 'i'i-7.;;:; ; ; r
    and If you wish to-have the boy call | > l l
    KisttlMMKK" :, Kl.A. May 4. !1OIl.! on you weekly just ring up 154, and I 4 sapping the vitality of.the tree III .,')imi.i i bffort> our itoiMiillora. couM ipae a
    1 The Council met In regular session. you will be put on our list, aryl called I 4 to meet every condition of i _
    .
    booklet "Good Old ,
    there being preaent.1' K11N: lire-- on weekly. The worn is all done In I our -

    ident; ]H.! M. 1'fann, J. :M Ihin-ell.' W. an ellicient manner and at Tampa IDEAL:: AND VINE : OF KISSIMMEE
    rt J. Sears, TM Itlvcfl m. nilit>.... of prices l.a FRy -,"'-

    Council, and ,I, II. 'f; ilbei-t., Clerk. I / I tQ FRUIT : "" "" FL..C>...''c.... ...
    The minutes of the*IttytIii I PERUVIAN! .
    were
    eljiii I 'IIX I M I.KK
    :.Notict' Tax N. B I \H tN
    ol Application lor e
    'M tI.
    read and ajmrofed' W. & 1'" ,- "I'ro-i.h I 'at I.ot.t"r .

    v Heporls, uf ollict'rs wore examined Deed Under :Sections:; :: 574 and) 1 E .................................. ... ...S
    .. and approved.The Call on our focal agent,
    following bills wire apprised| | 575 of the General Statutes I. .

    ?' and ordered paid, towit. :" oC: the :State: of Florida. I < ; .
    TM Afun aal .111U ( WORKS
    >tiy. an mayor Jlf>
    ,,+ J Mcl'halter sal.. niarHtiHll 4u ,la't :NolK; C is hen>t b) gtvrli/ that .1. A HlAclrvMOltmrrhiupr ftfr '
    : r J MoPhattereorlt ... ... .. ,UU, "f Tax Ortttir",te. 1>:". HI!. No j.i : Wilson & Toomer ; : 1 .
    .
    Walter l >rcuK, sal ua niarHhnlJ 111 Inq
    Z Rotoraon. sal trtianurer 111 1)1'' 171 47I and N.. iy dutiv ilurd; rt,,)' of .l III Y. pui.ailil / frA MADE TO ORDER
    -: ... 3 R Gilbert. Ml an clork. 3'> Hit I of Tax 4'I-rill"Mlu, :No; ll.ilntcMl the..,h .In)' ki.ur v 3F'P NV { i
    . ; T W Ellin. ..I..alderman 1 Hi nl Jilt\. A. 1>. T'MU;, hex tiled sold l l crrtlllfdtPl) \
    11 M I'laun', sal MM alderman I Wsi PRICES.
    si .. .W J Pears, Mal Ma aldunnati 1 I" 111 Ill)' nlDcc' Mild IIHR iiin lu Hiiiillciitlnii, for I
    T M Riven, Mat an nldtTinan I IMI' iHf d",1,1 to i'Hiic flornrtllilK. tt> Inn I l4t- __ ,
    i MHarmell.. rat an nt<)iriniinf 1 IMl4I .
    'rol'l l l CfrttlmH'os vtutriK-i1 the folivliiK! dr-
    M WIllMon. Jr. agent, bond' for trailers 10 I Cal, $ () .ul1d Repair Work of ,
    11, H C U Hwd t'o laercliandlHeL S 4.;, arrihrd i>r |>urty hltuntc I In, ,4 r.rkor. labor J! IWV J'lnrW.'o."It.' School
    ;1 I.U ""nam. waterlgff. trI-r-M. ct<* ; ,' T.,c CtTllfliit :No:; I IT -All Blo.-ks I 1"1! ailJin Ii : : First-cluss Workmen. j
    r KiMHlmniue 1 el ephonr| Cu. phone rim. 1'tb)
    I Fraternity]gall. rant 1(1( (qKlraimmCOVatlry4Zet0.prinbig'iiiii i, !ituuunu'd. i
    ; I I 116 Tax OrtlllPHIv No. 171-All 1 LiuU 1. J, .:. 4. fjR.'F
    } I.II: Minx, hauling dead horse i IMIEd n..7 im.t H of Block t'N' ;. ftiinnyme'ln. i
    Wltu B voxl, mnynr'H court Bbl. AND ;
    \G B WiKirlall, mkuuk'er of c-U-ctlon I 50 Tax Certificate N... 47 '. A trip!| or .butt lying i Proprietor.
    "a . A !A Ullbert, uiMiia4i of olccllou 'i 0 noutll 011.-.1.1.l ( _' ...'.1 '. ..f heck IIM. Kuuuymtule .
    ,r d A B Hell, ,, ur oUH tlon . 1 rnl Nt.I and _
    : : BuKluulntf outiictjrnt AVQIVIIU '
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    :clerk r" Ii -- -""-- "' ----
    ) H J Baron ( 'lurtionJJJ I 2 IM) '
    y.0wert.batilftofelrntlun:" 150 1 run weal mss/ feet to MHHfliwjliUKUttN Avenue
    A r. n.vlt..un., fmtttng t)-.e"t.r -0 id/1 tbeuco. ou line, Of Massa.chuiietu: Avenue to ,

    v .'.. iSsuBlnael.treetwork.4.,4 Wlllaon. .treet work !\ ;.,,':.".;....,.'.''ryLST., ,' 4rTk ., JAke mlun"inede.th.uco to line of Lot S
    .
    ; Block Ilivnce'tp'Cunauotlout Avenue
    "' / lOTr ,
    MoxaCaat-r.. atreot work. ,7:. ;;: "rh. 164 ,
    1 1 M.rtln.street l work .. . '.'j 4il' .l.a<"- \10( U thence uaVlli to port'of begluiiliiK., OS'C I!QLAt t '. '
    .1 CsryJaokn1111: ;streetwnrkl ,;.. .... 41>1 ; \ .
    'at
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    Tat'CtvtlstateySu,14-Degluuhr5 the LOLL .
    R.1 Bowen street work.u.iiW"I : ,' ,,;is,' A 6Ij i Proprietor. : ,
    .
    t fe,? Boweu, alreet work.:;$?. . '.,''\\' osfi.1 Northwest corner of BecUpu6ilu l "lownshlf/ M: '_ ,',ra.'.KkFta"
    1. ... '
    work 'y ond '
    Mach South 81' Ent, ran south 979feet
    Range '
    D 'I I'e::; : roll work; o.. 411th.:::: ; tiltKlualmmeV.umherCo.lnmbfarbrldges : cam 600 foot/north 979 feet, west am) lect. : FOR. .
    II :12'd
    JI. K P Dann, sal 1 aa auiitof E L plant I I 111)) UU The acid laudn: boliuc anvenocd at the dater of I Kissimmee
    ) It J K OlIbi'K, HHljtH K Ij P(-..I1""lor ,'- n he "utij( 'le of ald tax certificate I hr the Mollie das Engines
    10 III. Ullbert (r.JlKla (or I K I:I' tl' \117 of Uukow ii.
    1 II O /itAnl.."" wxat fur E L P In '
    f FlorMa Kleotrlo ('0, uiiilieH for It L I'.1\: 4Si,4; t'ulexexalii. rcrtttlento.0)1IIIIbr r.'n". .! ac : Outfits. .
    _t ; Uarlouk 1'acLhiKC'o. lnu-klnxfur K I, PVeMluKhoune curling10Iaa. tax' .U-f will, i 1"ftioreon on YwNN'N1 'KN1' __ .
    ; : ELI* : ?,/
    KielM'K Co. mdtrt
    .
    { the hh day-r>( Mil y. A. I). 1. .'.
    r Dan let'allieter. drayage for E: I. POUT n ""-r--
    ; Oarduer.: work for E I. H 7 alB : Wltnett my ofllci l Kj';natur, and real] toil the .
    K Oanlner., work fur K L P .' H UA I IIllp day of Aprll..1.. D. 1<)1". F'tF yr'9rmprF iF'aF'eF.u" < 'V' """ OR REPAIRED "
    urk for K L P (10OH
    Uoo r; (Seal I AKl'HUIt UONI.OAS.Clerk -
    ) E.
    ,
    .. 71 ;
    IPt E A Barns, work nn h L P
    6. \ The W A: C Oro Oo. mO e for K: I. PTho 1.4 : CI"'ull..llrIO.e.'I" i'n Inn Flo lilt. I : NORTH KISSSIMMEE.
    Autoiun Chemical. ()o, DixIufevUnt. '1l Cal'
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    { . .. IW1VKX ANY DEPTH
    :(J I Alvj, sal aa .fawnxer.J 110) '
    b I '.. >avo' Baal, oeinetery work 160 Notice 01 Application to Sell -.
    -
    A plat of the Carson addition, dedlatlotr C. W. ..
    Real Estate.Notice .
    t the streets and avenues to tbe : ;

    q* own at thoroughfares, was presented !. hereby given to all whoity It may .. :. Kinds Repair Work

    4,0 the Council by S. 11. Bullock, agent, _com that on the Kith' day of May A. D, 1909, t
    with the request .that said plat; be I will tftake application to the County Judge of

    .Adopted br the city. o.ceol.o-ol1nl)' for aa order to sell at private. t Fancy :

    1 After examination of said plat, on ale th.. following dencribod real enUta beloav* ;,6caeaaBaafe alkalkatS .......... ....... :
    111 r motion duly seconded (faction carried) lug to the estate of Walter Bm, Hr., deceased : ,

    ,,'It tbe sa'mewas unanimously adopted, ring: and being tltuate la the County Oncela j

    gz ,y. and copy of.plat of' aid addition filed. and state of Florida, to-wll:: t-
    *" "' *
    .. 'j-wlth the town clerk. AU of Section 31, Tp. 2ft S. of Rang .10 E., lyIng >r Deliuery ]?vary: Day I
    The sanitary committee was instructed north and east oflba, St.,Cloud( Sugar Belt "

    to give position that for bide the ensuing for thecaTenjrer's RanfoadandthoCouuty: Road containing' YudxJStuBc.Aa.ekrli.Aixa..iJS.. I ] .

    acrei more or less: tAll .
    t .,year,would be received at date 'to bedecided persons having"bbjectlonrf' to the granting
    : upon by said committee. of said order will flle'the same with the County
    ;I Notice was given bvV.. J. Sears Judge aforesaid .111 lOr before said date ,
    that\ at the next meeting of the Cuun- HENRY T. BASS, CMII. MAOM. r

    4d [teal s motlou will be made changing AdmlnlmnUor of Estate of Walter

    1''irule :3 i (B) to read as follows: "Com- 15111: B..... Br., DeoeMed.Notiofe '
    "' be the Best Sold.
    mittee on streets, and that ( E) ---

    added, making a new committee ont to Creditors.All :
    ( sanitation and improvements. .
    g1 The clerk was Instructed to forward persona having claims against the' 'estate l' :
    .7T 1 ,-Representative, C. S. Acree and of C. H. Fountain deceased late of the oountr yof Livery Feed :

    )'r 11. Senator it. C Massey the following Oaceola yd State ol Florida will\present the .
    <14 bills, asking that they use their best tame to me properly attested, within the time

    efforts in regard to passage of'same prescribed by lavr, or thea..me will be forever i
    .
    &t 'at ibis session of the legislature,"viz: barred, aud all person>tlndebted w said estate I : ?: &<; Co.T
    '-Ablll 16 entitled an act to amend wilt make!ntme<1I.I. settlement with,tha,;un- Everything New << ) '
    _
    t I.k.1 section 6 of chapter 5813 Laws off eralgued. N. C. BRYAN, .
    l 'Florida, entitled an act to enable thetown Administrator of the Estate of Render Prompt .

    (f of Kissliubiee, Florida, yo prom A. 11. Fountain. Deceased.February vice Day .
    "., .".' iF'N '4r'P'R'4 "liP".t i
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    \. .l'' ,vide for tbe assessment\ of the proper.full .i I 1't.. 1909.. .
    -- - -- .
    i"ln' .aId town fot'town purooses. and -
    rJo.: ''. -tO'ISvr and collect taxes thereupon; Notice of Application for Tax Deed OLD

    '.Ii !;j j. ,', ;;also powering, a bill the to city be of entitled Klsslmmeeto an act ema lm-- 1 .Under Sections 574 and 576, 3 AT BEAMAN'S ; TREES !


    J ::' y 'po>e certain license taxes. of the General Statutes. .

    'I f g..' T The electric light: committee was In- \1 Notli-e In Hereby (iv..u that David Daaa, Nurseries. "
    .
    >1':1 t.trilcved to sell to Dell advantage the \ : '
    <. parchaterofTex i erli fit Ate No, S7K dated the
    to
    and dynamo belonffin _
    aniline .
    old
    ey v *. lird day of July.*. D. liww\ has filed ald

    r c ; V; *..clt.y.} Tax ale oertlncate. No. 62 of Au- Qatea IB WT offlo loud has made cerUII.1 Malsby '. 1 J. W. HOARD, AOENT' j
    ..
    allowed re3eemed"a..t.face for tax deed to Issue I In -a'rcordanoe I.
    7tb 1899. was
    ,guat Said certificate einbcaoes the described : .
    .value wt! >.hou\,)Ulterest, said gfollowing Fall and Winter planting a general I
    : property situated-in Oaoeola County, 22 OCEAN ST. . . Trees '
    r(i .oerti eate' n et property of of all leading; varie 1 i
    WIlla Florida to-wit:
    1'8.lIaabetb!: > good: healthy rough Lemon and '(1: ,'
    .1 There belop no further business, the N14 of net 4 of sell! Section: :37 .Township 25, : < tree from insects pests of any \kind: I

    r ;. .'''Council adjourned to meet in regular south of range lauds'being 80 east.tneeald .ameaaed at the date' of \ ".in our groves and therefore true to }
    Tuesday June; 2d1909. at 7.30 nursery stock are second to
    .
    ,I .. .
    s.lpn I
    the issuance of each certificate, lo the name as and

    M; 5p. m.. .. .T. W.Cerlt. 1thls, of Unknown. certideate. t l :: making money specialty twenty this season year's e of oer-the

    ,14s' R.OILBERT'', Pres't. Uol..aa1d shall be redeeined Late which Is destined to become the
    j r;
    ; !lb ; ooordlng to law,tax deed will gnuS thereonon : Our Valencia Ii!
    .
    buds
    kJ as ." ) / wme. di-
    : the 18th day of May. A, t>. 1809. .. In the district now' fallloui for }
    pro-
    fi'i .A 'Valuable Book. Witness nr'oacial'algnatara snd-seal this
    'i e the 14th day of .A prit. A. D.1908ABTHUZ ). California.'I :

    % .. ..arahenrifg I so, matij faiorablet11f E. DONEOAN. 1. ] 5
    'co JV.UllfnU UpQnl.hecUrU" book j e t0ood t\etJ( clerk Circuit; Cone*.OetraoUV ''P', are Geevsl B..th.ra\i .: -. Goth Fla.. or call and see our i fur- ::w
    the '.praaeo Co.untyTlorld Florida MidlandR'R ;
    Time" Io : 'J i
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