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 14, 1909
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00385
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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Is the Mcssagp.Lhe*Board of Trade On the Day the) Drawling for Lots in the Old Sol From This City to 'St. Cloud; Would Ready Fpr'tlie .

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The Board of Tr de'at Us on to have the event. take place In thUcltrrand I t. +
It.liae "been.-..lODIr. hXl4L'Ig e.the .Monday-night--decided to celebrate -the. pmsideimyf; cT5ffii ahy or the principal enterprises that .- i PI 0 .i -- I
Board of"Trade held such a rousing,,fitting manner the dVy the drawing for Is authority for the statement that thje Is placing this! town and county in the 1

meeting as it did .on Monday night : lots In the Old Soldiers' Colony ,takes date. will be on or >jt&out August let, I forefront. and awakening the spirit of I .....;.;.. ... ,t,
last. was the most pleasant place and the committee omsntertatnmenraas This will be the greatest event of Its' energy In our people is the building, / -- -- -
the member In the best of spirits; II Instructed to spare neither kind ever attempted 'In Florida as the by the County Commissioners of a ,i I I
and the business was transacted witha I work: Apr money to provide an ,entertainment occasion will be liberally advertised perfect system of .hard roads.. throughout :,
soap' and vim that made everyone I In keeping with the Importance and hundreds; of people from oyez the ; the county. As has been stated. FIVE-ACRE-'TRACTS 'OF
Reel the better for attending. The feel- of he occasion. The committee state will be present. It is possiblethe before, and which Is well known by t'
lair! that once existed In the minds of s, :I will have a meeting on Monday afternoon entertainment will take the form ofa everyone who haargiventhemattenany I F
few that the Board of Trade bore the ,' at 4 o'clock in the office of the big barbecue and fish fry al many I consideration good county roads are I
r same relation to the town that a fifth I Valley for the purpose of mapping teem to tblnk that would be the best j Just as essential to the growth; of a
wheel does to a.. buggy has been die.r Gazer!.ory plans and deciding manner of carlo for a crowd of such town as good streets, and the citizens I Reclaimed MuckLand' .
every hand Us (rood work |I on wh of entertainment proportions, but the columns of this I. of especially the mein.bers -
iselapparent.' The prosperous condition would best suit the thousands of colonists paper will contain definite information lJ. of the Boar of ,Trade,, are lending -,
of this community was not brought I who will be here on that date. on that subject at an early date; as 'It I every assistance to the Commissioners ................................. ....._--, -- .
about through any lad Ivldu&l'l efforts, I The drawing for these lots will take will also publish the date on which the id the successful carrying out -.......
but by the combined force of all o\jr, place about the first of August, and it drawing is I to take: place as soon as the of their plans. 1
people, and the citizens of KUsimmee is expected fully one thousand old soldiers .company has reached a decision. I But when these roads< are builded .. .
have awakened to the fact. that the besides a large number who The Valley Gazette takes: this op- they should 'traverse the sections that
Board of Trade Is the lever that moves hare never been called on to lerve portunity to s"y to the old soldiers will make them of the most benefit to ,.
that force; hence its meetings are their country in times of war, will be and their families who will be here on those who will use them, and especially limits"
I largely attended and always result la present, and to prepare for their reception that occasion that the people of this should they they be ver, the Just cast of Klssimmee city on
much !good.I'reeldent. I and entertainment is a stupendous town and county will !give them one of shortest and most direct rout to the
WllUon called the taeet- undertaking, therefore the com- the grandest times of their lives, and leading city of the county. For in-, --clay-road.- This--land was.selected.
+ s lpt itJQ.99o .O..' locl4 &ndJo.attuCed /._I mittee will begin at once the makingof that. they will 1"eCelvlrBuch a welcomeas I stance, a road running from ICisslm-
the secretary to read the minutes of preparations. will make them regret that they delayed mee to the lower part of the county ly) .Capt. Rose now State Chemist j
I the last session, which were approved The Seminole Land and Investment their coming to us so long. It'' should be as near on'an air line as ,
without correction. Company had decided to have the will be our people's desire to make a.. i possible, as time is often worth much when htv in ) of the Diss-
A communication from Mr W. H. drawing for the lots take place in comfortable and pleasant'' as possiblethe more to the traveler than are a few >vas charge '

Adams of Jacksonville, relating Washington D. C., but recognizing life of tbe old soldiers among us,'I dollars expendedto, build bridges &\\ld, ,
pending.measures before the leglsla-. that the holders of certificates would and every assistance! will be freely fill In'low places. ton drainage -o.terations. It lies at .
ture for the protection o* bah In Florida ' desire to enter into actual possession given them until t they become acquainted The fact that a large number of persona
waters, was read by the secretary, of their nfoiterty Immediately upon with how and in what manner to is to shortly settle on the olfl, St. the north end of; xand drains. into *
and after being generally diseased coniuletion of the drawing, and upon !get the best results from the soil...Cloud plantation will make: it necessary !
was referred to the committee on fish the earnest solicitation of citizens of When they arrive they will at once be for Commissioners to at once Lake Toliopckallgiv. 'Tills Hue body '
and game. Klsslmniee, very generously consented taken in and made a part of our people: begin building a hard road from that
Mr. C. A Carson, for the committee place to this city, and a wise action on
on transportation, reported that his their part would be to make the distance I of trucking land will be on the mar.ket -*-
v committee was exerting: its best efforts as short as possible. i I '
to Induce other transportation linesto To Employ Larger Force In speaking of this proposed road, .. . just as soon as the surveyors '
come to Kl lmmoo. and that e\'erv Mr. J. S. Stratton.'one of the County .
influence was being used to l procure Commissioners, said: I I can complete the platting.'
true necessary aid to make permanent -; j< "If a road is built from St. Cloudto
transportation by water from this cltv Kissimmeu \paralleling the railroadit
'the Work of the Lands of Old Soldiers'Colony
to hake Okeechobee.The will shorten the distance three and a

advertising committee reported, I to Be Rushed to half) miles from that necessary to travelby ................. .. .
through hairtmn! Duncif, that a I the one now In use, which would be ,
pamphlet descriptive of this town und I -- i I of untold benefit to the peoplewho live
county "would lx Issued 1 ai an early! in the lower portion of the county and .
I desirous are tho officers of the tract wilt be taken up. which tends to I we who live in the neighborhood of St.
date.Mr., II, C Stanford for the special\ Seminole> Land and lnvestment.Com- prove that there are thousands In the I Cloud would Ixi able to take advantage '.
committee appointed\ to draft a commendatory pany for the subscribers for l ibm In north and west who will gladly of Kissiinmee splendid school facilities J. M WlLLSON J R. ,y
letter to the County: Commissioners I the Old Soldiers' Colony to get pos avail themselves thAiipuortunitv to by sending our children to the ,
anent their action In buildIng session of their property as soon aspossible come and make their homes in this section -I''Osceola High School, which prl"ilege, REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
hard roads tlirouithoul the county -I that they will put an additional just as soon as' thev learn of the under present conditions, we are forced .
reported that the. duty had been force of men at work surveying cheapness and productiveness) of 'the'\ ,.I Ito I forego. on account of the distance
performed.Mr. and laying out the five-acre tracts and land. they must travel to reach here. - .
U. I., I Cohorts, representing the town lots and the president qf the In this connection we wish to state I I I "Thismatter has been discussedwith {
I stated to'a representative of that almost this entire is
company county composed
committee on factories submitted a property owners along the nro- -- -- ---
' detailed statement of the machineryand this paper that the drawing for same of soil that will produce abundantly nosed route and they with only one
cost of same necessary to equip a I would take place In this city not later of all characters of fruits, vegetables -I exception have agreed to donate the
factory (fur the making of brooms, than August tat, and field crops, and the prices I right of way, and ,I think there. wouldbe THE OPPORTUNITY
which was receded and Ii 1.fOl',\ future I To survey and flake off Into IIvea asked for the lam! are so low as to be I no difficulty in getting that gentleman -
luforma tlon. .re tracts :)15XXI( () acres of land l lit a within the reach ofthe poor man. One to do NO, but if he did refuse the
monumental undertaking and usuallyit ofthe best features connec'ed with 4
The question of holding a celebration Commissioners have the tight\ to condemn
on the day the drawing| for lots in would require a. considerable number purchasing property in this locality Is I and take his property. The cost of Lifetime to Procure.
the Old Soldiers Colony is bold was \ of men six months to do the work, that, live acres are sulllclent for any I of building the hard road, including a a ax
presented by Mr. S. -Triplett, and but the otllcers ol the Seminole Company man unless he intends to employ help in the bridge over the neck of the lake,
the committee on entertainment\ was \ are sparing neither money nor Its cultivation.( To the man in the west I would not be over five thousand dollars '
abor U complete the entire by who has been accustomed cultivating in Florida
f Instructed to notify Senator Lynn survey to ; and it will cost that much if mot Home Sunny (
S- president of the Seminole Land and tbe middle of July, and from the energetic frotn fifty to one hundred 'acres more to marl the old road.
manner In hlh; they have handled this statement ludicrous, but "" .. '
InvrHtuiunl Company\ that the Hoard appears ."I take it as the Commissioners' -
tie prouosltlon far, it Is safeto when we that the ground in this .'- '
celebration say I
of Trade would. see that a duty to study the Interests of all our -ON- .
say every slake marking off thecorners' locality Is made to constantly yinld -
was held'On that date beltttlni'.tbe oc- people in this matter and 'not permit ,
casjot., and that the colonlts would receive ., ., will be driven before. two produce-of some character, it will at ourselves swayed by any particular -'
hearty and' cordial I. months have passed. It Is understoodthat once be seen that Ji five-acre tract is influences therefore when .
a.most welcome we payout ,TERMS '
applications- being made to considered fair.slzed farm and will : :
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at our hands. county fund for roads It is up to :, : :.-. .
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Uy motion the treasurer 'was In.; the company in such nuinbers-that it keep Iwo able-bodied men bus-v attending us to see,that' the taxpayers get the
strutted to notify all members. owing will be,only a short time until every to-Its cultivation. I best returns and the roads run through <}

dues up to and Including March 30th I the sections that will beof the most advantage r'
that unless the same 'Sere liquidated to the largest number! of our 8 7 6 I 6) 4 :t 2 1
i their names would bo dropped from DISTINGUISHED VISITORSSenator ,I LAKESHORE: LAND 1 people. .Those who live in the lower

the roll of membership on Ihe night: of -T part of the county travel to Kissimuiee
the 24th inMantMessrs. I Vrequently) and the saving of
, sle-did;; ofI quite '
C.A. Carson: \\" J. !bears:) Lynn and Major McElroy Is Producing a Crop three and a half miles would be a big!

i; and 11 C Stanford were appoiuted a Spend Few Days in the City. Vegetables. thing to'them. There will be a host of
., committee to draft and present resolutions people located at St. Cloud before the
to the Board upon the life and" Senator W. H. Lynn of New York, :Mr. O. H. Wood all has demonstrated year is out, and i it Is our duty to pro-
character( the lute O. C'. Lee prehident of the Seminole Land and that there Is no better land for vide for their use a first-class hard 1x
The Board placed Itself upon record I Investment Company, and :Major John trucking than that which lies along road by the shortest route to the coun- ....,
an endorsing the petition, being circulated MoEltby of Washington, D. C?., editorof the beach of the lake and which has ty seat. No, I can not *av what the
for the purpose of paying! the Rational Tribune, the organ of been heretofore regarded as worthless. Commissioners wjll do, but those are .
cost of boring a four-inch well on the the G. A. It., spent a few days In Klssirainee This spring he broke u0 and prepared mv thoughts on the subject. "
Kotundo truck farm, saljl, petition to this week In the interest of the about two acres between the maple
oe kept In the office of President! Will- Old Soldiers' Colony that is to be lo- !grove and the lake and planted toma- DEAD 9 10 11 12 13 14 14 111
I son for the reception subscriptions. cated near this city, the land. for toes, cucumbers, squash!), bean and
t. The Board then adjourned to meet which are now being surveyed corn, all of which have done splendidly. \ tx
, In regular session on Monday night! Senator Lynn has been to Klsslm The principal crops planted on The Great Divine is Called to His II 'I
} the 24th inst.MEETING._ mee on two former occasions, but this this land, however. were corn dndtomatoes "
, j was Major McElroy's first visit to our the latter of welch was planted final Rest. '
OF V. I. S. town, and from his expressions It late on account of his Inability to 24 23 22 21 2b .a 18 ;7ti
would not be' stiprislng If ho were secure plants, and are just now begln- Jackson, Miss., May 12.-Bishop
. sooner or later to be numbered among fling to ripen. The tomato vines are Charles O. Galloway of the Methodist .
. our permanent re.ldel1ta..o favorably large, thrifty and well fruited, and the Episcopal! church, Mississippi's most f
Members Decide to Replace they impressed he with our climate our yield promises to be bo otlful. His distinguished divine and best known
people and productiveness of the corn is also looking as floe as any we publicist, who for the past twenty
Dead Palms on Broadway. soil. The Major is a former 'c:>mmanderInchlef have seen In this sections years has held rank among the greatest -
: The Village Improvement Society of the O A. R., and Mr. Woodall also has small patchof pulpit orators of America died at
held Its regular meeting On Tuesday his trip here was primarily to see under cantaloupes on his higher land his residence In this, city at d I o'clock:
t afternoon last! and discussed various what conditions his comrades of which have completely, covered the this morning after an illness of several -
Important topics relative to the town's forty-five years ago would live when ground, and the. melons are no thick days with a mild form of pneumonia ;;
I Improvement. The principal business they took up tracts la the Old Soldiers' as to be almost touching each. other income complicated with heart trouble. _
Colony. To say that he was favorably places The end was not unexpected. Bish- "
transacted: was the decision replace "
tbe dead calm trees on Broadway with Impressed would be too mild, a Notwithstanding the severe drouth, op Galloway had been In a dying con-
new ones as far as their money will go. statement, for he was, figuratively, which largely curtailed hI8e&rlyorop., dition for eighteen hours, and the end 23 26 21 28 29 30 91 32 }L )" t
: Another action, and a wise one. was swept completely off his feet by the Mr. Woodall has made some money was momentarily expected. He survived -
their decision to ask the cooperation wonderful and manifold opportuBltle.1 on his garden already and the outlook longer than the attending phvsiclans
Wards and advantages this : for his present crops Is Indeed expected, and despite the fact
j of the children in keeping the \ '
'I and school grounds In neater! condition. 1- over other localities. he had visited, Battering that he "was' in an unconscious dale, NOTS-A rood hard road runs on all four sides of this. property.
and he declared that there was no place showed wonderful vitality almost to
Children naturally enthusiastic
are -
and can be madeacttve workers: In all his knowledge where as.old sol Committee Meeting.The the end. The above diagram represents fhlrty-two flvo- .i
- -" dier or anyone else l could live with as The distinguished divine was taken
'C towardsbeautify and tired tngliotnesandyards.! sit their much peace and happiness. or obtaina members-of the committee .on 111 last Friday while en route from acre tracts" ; the ]ands high and dry and well timbered t

galleries and mother.Day'direct /the work on of the competency! with as little exertionAS entertainment, of the Board of Trade Nashville, where he had attended the it is located one mile from Rnnnynicde Hotel
In this section consisting! of S. J. Triplett, John M. annual session of the College of pishops. ; ,
Klssimmee's little ones-the citizenship.future housekeepers- of Both gentlemen left for Washington Lee, Harry W. Thurman, Joe Jeffords Although his sickness caused two miles from the lands of the Old 80ldl rs' Colony
I en Tuesday night, but will return hereto and J. C. Moore, are requested to apprehension among the family, owing
Klsslmmee In an appeal the following for a more beautiful be present at the -drawing for lots meet at the omce of the Valley Gazette: I to the fact that he had been in an en- I and js of that character of soil best adaptedHo the
questions are )in the colony, which will take place on Monday, May IT, at 4 o'clock, for feebled condition for \yearly three
asked the V. 1. S. being willing and of fruits and" '
about August 1st. the purpose of discussing plans for years, no immediate alarm was felt cultivation vegetables. There 1s excellent ;
anxious to cooperate In every way, .. ,- the holding of a celebration on the until Monday night, when hyposthetlc I
What and I boating'and fishing located in
are you doing to improve being a net-
day drawing for lots In the Ola pneumonia developed in one lung, and
a beautify Are you your planting town?trees and making Capt. Paul B. Jaudon Dead. Soldiers' Colony takes place. I I the patient commenced to grow" worse work of beautiful lakes. The climate is the finest in "
Miami May 7Capt. Paul Benjamin S J. THIFLETT, rapidly, passing into an unconscious
city parks laterL, which will be l godsends! to vour Jaudon died at the family' residence Chairman of Committee. :, state from which he rallied only at the United States, both winter and summer and the .

Are owners you trying keep their to make yards your late of South this afternoon.Carolina and lie was.seTved a native with Faith In Kissimmee-----Real--Estate.Mr. twelve brief Intervals hours was!and! totally during unconscious.Has the: final. locality is totally free fron} mosquitoes). It is con-

Are you preventing the accumula during distinction tbe civil in the warHe Confederate saw the army first J. M. WITlioa, Jr., reports tbe tbe Right ,Ring. venient to market. ;' $ ..
tlon'of unsightly heaps of ashes and ii.
shot fired Fort Sumter. Funeral sale this week to Mr. Fendig! of Jack- C
i -- .rubbish, encouraging the making oft yUIe of the lot owned by the local his
services will be held- Sunday afternoon' In sending In subscription to I
g/nb1 Jens\only, is destroying the. filth, which and will be conducted by the Masonic lodge o| Masons and situated near the. the Valley Gazette this week:, Mr. L.: Price $100 a Lot Till JuncMStlL
an annoyance to the eye home of Mr. H. M. Pfann and lot
Lodge of this city.-Times Union, a E. Livermore of Lebannon, Conn., t J
but also is
a health?
menace to in the block which M. J.
on Dr Hicks ,
I Capt. Jaudon at one time owned the very kindly says:
Are you endeavoring, to stop the has his residence. It speaks In order for fl further
strong find
orange groves at Waco which was later "Herewith money For Information r this property '
erection billboards.
unsightly aud regarding ,
44 terms of the stability of Kiislmmee'sgrowth
for year's subscription to .
making It criminal acquired by Chase A Co., and his one your '' '
display la town misdemeanor to death will be regretted by many of the when men like: Mr. Fendlg, \*boIs valuable paper, a copy of "which, you write to or call on'
Immoral your unsightly and older residents of this section, "who, remember one Of tbe leading real estate deal- kindly sent me last //week.t It surely
posters calculated to debase ers In Florida, purchase property here.It has the right ring and must be a blessing -
him of the
as -splendid
t the Are mind:yon of helping the :young. your or school weak childrenby ? Southern gentleman. type through Is understood Mr,Wlllson.he additional will acquire piecesof to your growing,city and State wss ALYEA/ \}ISSfflfflEE.FLA: ::

cultivating |n them a. love .for- the. Remember the piano goes sure In property In this IOwa as; soon as the Mr. Ed Hall has been visiting! rela- >
,_ ,beautiful and\.practical up life, _July keep jour ilcketi.. necessary papers east- e made one. tlvesjln. town for several 4a.... -- ,. 1
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Supreme Court Ju.tic.Fsy.... Consiitutiona > PLENTYJF WHEAT 4 JOS NOTE.

I ] Amendment. J Nations! fUILT General.According 4

Augusta Wilson Famous Writer System lo to present rJafiB, ) -the of.
Washington. :
: or D. O}-Tho only hope There II No 'Relon Why the Cincinnati, Convicted of fleer of the United c6uT. I'ae"\'t'|
ocurlhK absolute
Succumbs to Heart Failure.i \ stares prohibition m '. cliiiiailans\ ar ( erana will make the to. >. .
which '
desire prohibition I* forCOngr51t Price Should Be So High'. 'I Wbitla,' statue, of '0t'nerI1' Sreph"l It"tUJg IJ.- :
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: pass a coustltullonal 1'11
WAS A NAfFGEIRQIASfc' ) I amendment making IIquor.a special I .' late comihaiider'-ln-chlef features of the, one reunion of ,' N
1101lhi .of..r. principal I
I 'f ", -. -_. -::- 1 1111 to. JUr Interstate, Justice commerce"Mlarlan-) ,-of accord1 :: thb. TALKS -r I-"olUf,II l :ibN6 Memphis' 'early 'In .June, The sl'o ,
1 tIle, .ERS. the statue is !In.,the Vic3tbutsf''alon.- -,.
c ; . w.* Author of "St. Elmo," "Beulah'," supremQvoli'h.LJf the United'Sa.teK_ Ilul Ihe, & ; al park but -arrangements are now '
In dlscusslnit' the Wilson law and Report flat Wheat Crop of .otlior ,
'f ''V..b: :' .nd Many. Other, It" interpretation\ by the f supreme U Poor Were Faliificd...Price Country ofBra" I Circular-) Lf.. beln/ completed park from to run fll'cln, 1tatt sopn$.

Pup4mr! ovell. '" twirl, Ko would 'hot of course, exI'less detail and Y..r..BoyU the ball luG
i Should Not'Go Up. as dual la-over, 'eiuly on
-- opinion on any pending mat tr. bollix; morning of June 11 stud 1V unveilingwill
-. Man.
.1 WotKle, la'----Death; came ali\iotl\ !Instantly .tfr 40f.'raId legislation. Afr.' Justice Hur- Chicane 111.-"The rom- I )iiv |than I lake place 1t12 'o'Iocit thai after
lan Hc'nl"J
that under this law a mah. mon pcojile.-miose' lar, provides. "
to Mrs Augusta!: ( KvansVI1\ their noon. Vrhd ceremonies In toniu'ctioa
"on, the .well known <-outl"><'i'u authore Is plotecled" In bin right toorder' breai! hy the 'weat of their I. brow 11. the Wy"le.; con'vfik-, with .thp unveiling will jform )part( of

; .... at her home, !liao Uovfrnnientklrcet. liquor for pill own use .from (JIIIIItI.r are bolus rohhul, ( hy I the 'Ch.lciiv"I : Stnifs bi> kidnaping of, (the official program of the.

causing a dl"lInclHhock to- of the stale to have U -
It: her Jflallvi-H aid trii'ndn ull over 1lieJEHI his dodr uiid to use it, so, longUK Ap..fIJIUll .lalu"',, Wilson In iin in- WHJ It I Imprisonment.. unptifual ncntcnce
42i na.It.<:!!'.!>_ dm- attack < !llf'5 not iuerfore with t HHrlnbta, of 1'7'P\] -It I is I in) ,' hiant dclllieinti, I.. '-'tart In \ I i-i'iili-nced to I In the smte ]1" irtelilur.v! t WItS
wijs,, !. _to mi I begun and completed atI I: II.I .
of heart fariurrMra. NI.----- .........- : rubbery thai ( \ II,. mIll tulip!. dm I 1ary Immedl- 1:1'101 HO\
p AVIlHun "'IH' born at Columbus M* was quite l positive thai the police In thehislojy of I he TiTTfed o'qIJ'.c! -.H -" I 1 : U 'ha lid ]I II |I La., .in one day. I was 1 lint ofKlmojo. : -
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O*.. .:llo) 1 X. ( :\:.. niid wan, therefore, powei-H of the slate' i-ouhPnot alv-' It Is I ease of; the .-pi-ciilalor'( proving t 11 ciiniriii'r I I I '| Ii. +, Ii \IUa )'._ 1 negro. trnlcfltVd lo. .'.
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one ( t liivoluntary
(ach to 'i lie -h-oui's( eailier 'I and "prl.ton I
Itl' i :
74 years. of a\ e. Her 1 parents .were thcv-lluor(| shipment ltll.Vpoi upon-I 1'001'-1'1' ) I thimen who"work ; '
.. :Matthew I K.Miii and Sarah I Howard j''I' a t of I Ihe journey, eillicr I I In Midi' or. for II %Iii.t whose \IH'J and'.ii t\v.LI IHUIIS' "r I I 1 hIlt .)I... I .dn"lll htl'r.'llal1 I lull,,e luoremoney.

Kvan-j '(Jf that city, and at the .,an..' I outildetlie borders. of I Ihe mate. Tliwitati's children, di-peiid, MI I lair \I//<:"'H rearfrti wh+(' : : only I as ii 10\1 I In "CI'vlng si "m' m e I tTyinhe .
Ire suld might iimk-r their I'reiKl They I linve cnjo.i) ) now. I i imposc-d hud over made brfgiv, ,nj Ms lt.- -
of Jl )ai'H she accompanied} puller inimt ) 'in i lOt t .
them\ to
San Alit(iIO.) laws, I iorbld the Importation) of "1h1. I thing'has; b"1 |ihiiiiii-d fcr i In- >anl : that glu-ii her being $11'1 upon hf, din, In.rui h"-
'F4XUft 1''l1lolnlulJ."I'' I I
( 1\1'\, for three jenra. She (came to this cliy diseased I food( supplies.I I Inleited I iBltleor t I ) If not more than a > enr." ion alit for '- ciiKtonury $: In cash. H.IHW' i.ul' of

more I than Mxly years agoVand:/ : hail any article llun would endanger/ I 11111..1 I the secn'tllrv.' "II| | w HH no' He- '1.. < : I Hole l nnd bin dOlhP1lRd.) pair of shois.
,'r aIded hero continually"ever slnte '..the I lii-.illh: and morale of. the people. d.INIII (((1""'. The men imrk of n "Till1 I K: '" I I '" Indeed! I In the Hcv CharleH J, Little I i 1.1 hlder] 'of

Her marriage, : in 11-68. In 1 thin I. citj. HJ :' 11111.. he pointed( (lIlt MquOiH weie still Ii, }. .., "|1.(111101.. I MiM1 11"1 their' ouJil;,. be I here.' t in' form the O"rr'l I Iliblical in-siltiih ili-I 1": red -

j ; Colonel 1 L. 11. U'llnoii, u'dl I .known.banker. considered, under( I (tlw fedi-rul constl'tutlrtfl cn-dli I t for lieiiiK t the. *-1"\,1'1" Unit /'ini'f ,,li I .1 life I.I. Imprison-I ) 1 tl ('omIICnl'I.'nl 1.1,1t."-.", I to ''In-, .

II .In his llni>. was un event I I thatwas I legltlmute I arllilej i of commiice "'\11' iitteniiled| I to ."OI"'r I ,heat lie'ly. I I the : I (' ,, U'. 'serve fifty-four graduates of t iin' Chu Lit>
and. Mn' 11181 I,(-t. I I for I Hie I I I I > cara, Tiaining school and told tin '
long -re me ml'if red. He I died\ 111. as IIJIIK UI y were soi (1 t in I 1'1'II I
1891 and there wer no children.Airs. ) i (''II."ll'I'<',,1 they could not be made "AKents were, sent out nil O\eI'' theI'nlted 11'1.1" : taken llti-t to a I lank ,It not mere play anil icipir.'"

Wilson )produced 1 such popular I' onti'aliiand by the .states. ) HtuK'H to Kather MailMlcn, on it l 1M ."-. 1 .),'dj .,. UK tin Die bp,t pfforls'of 1,111"1111' n .

books -a,, "liie"A Tale of the Alamo. -. This ileclaralloii of I venerable\ wh"u( They wt'i-i 1m.'tnn-ied to "et a ''<'on1. iteni-ral' I I ) I I I I I not I 1'1'11 Tlie a I itil Ii I I ouf of poverty Iud tIH'I :"
1 ." "Heiilnh." "Mncnila," "SI.:' El mu, jurist who )bus sal on the snpM'ntejcomt had 1"'nOlr. I'lu-v I ni II I It I "I. tmit.llsljed. Rt'I' .. II I I r I/uln. he declared. Is thc-fereat t work I the

,, r n bOOk written dnrliiR, t the closio of tlx I II bent tli for ihlrl > -t eo ''''. will I| ) linve said I ii I p'I'I;t iti 11(1'. so' I Ihll I I I .. 11IIHIII "Jim-1 I twentieth '...nllr "No amount "fKobblng

r I civil war. 1t"1Id! .robably' her grcsFrVslwork. ; 1 f pie a blo,,' I II) I t4i".".. who licllcthul< 1 along that the wheat crop, of t IIH c
l t' Among/ her other notable wink I | c fiimrcsh f-iin jslve to ''he utatu jiOW'i'rMViifei I try Is poor. 1 It t Is fl.lIt1I'l and simple I i body." said 11'. little : unil nnn-h

were "\'ablIt I," "Infclice." "At the '; led 1.1)lclupon I i-ongresj 4 under The reports Illi'4 c ..- fulsllled"I bcM "p; can. thai Ix In print, in DiliK'' IH nui'-lv I ;

-Mercv of Tiberius" and '"I, lie api-cKJed, :I I Ihe ( iiisli lilt loti or. in other? words. 'tei'\on: Ill l'I,-.. in pli,I ni v of lifal Mcnument, to :1 l r '. I Hojle from I that, but I them Is no Innutlre. in itIn ,i

Ulrd." I Her flint 1 l honk> WHS "hieWfltten /." ,"IIHII I anthoi I 1/.. a 1<1111(>. In .the ejir-rclai! ? in thxi LJIl"d-aiaJL'S TI"I""i' '-..I/oh: Into' t tears, and I no age has thi'iv. I, i n sm, h a il .
) \ (of its loll. c to Hi-l/.e" II shipniilil for 1\1 one. inn) I Ih..,,. K Ill, I 'a"o \nsli\llle. ') .- itsnlii I I 11,1' I maud upon \\ !
In I I'56:; II nd her In HI 1 pioilnc, )p piivsvrs.\ ) .. 01111 giiniall.v I us in
:. Hon was "I "*vota' Iii 19n7Urn. ol. limior which II <-II i/.li Wt Impoit whthe I ; price. -.honld li. so hijrh. Iii .0111(1.( ( '. 'reignehl/ was i our ngc And lii. no otlwi iig"' l lias; "irnro 1 :

_ '! Wilson spent the .cvninn tlm. I hm .friiui, another. slate for. "ioniimpiinn. prices shotild/, not, >(:o "'1 i I. il I a I 1.eoltii : l 1..0 nml 1"1 Sill 11 >11..11| I I.'.... tO till- \ ,' ,
in ami >." uticcM'hinil], ( thai .liinies \ I'm '''against' .' I \ nf t hi1 e.1
or her beaiHifnl) and c\en life re ) storage us .c / i II
y I .tlrement and iiulMiiess verging onolltude. '|I Asked, if the !leglsjatuie (of a stale. ten IjniKlied' in our piMinment' i I'"- iniipiiseil} ( I :M .iitenco Ini (. JeffiiMin, 1 /li.-nls. |,:" MiliMit' nnd'
I II' In |hii| : law parts. I.,', 'Mm lauch li' is I the piiv.lle I Hie i IjeroiRin I / the 10'1
I '
She < reel. to RI'! uil.\ her I couhl. opinion. )pasH a I \lii-omi t llub" (illlep, |I.' lien -
personal friend.iiltlnmKh.. In splto of I I I IIIK: li HI7?>Sil fur a "p'lfl to ha. _. 1 I' e (i.f.-4el-. > Am..klli.. < 111'1 tolanKh In the 1'1',1 1 as- ,.ruHllw..1. ) nf the ('1111, iliflItti< t'm-mili-'d|,pi"iidi'iit ) ,
;.., her age she wa" In most ..)" -,.IIt'III i his. possi-sslon. even for. his own ) Hut I ,101'1 want toM>C I the .1< (. ,hill- < 1 I 1 ; ''< 11 10uII up I'rolectlve I "liuhnii1.:
;. health Ktati'd supply of Mr 11'I"1'j. price! of wheiil i KO far t he\, nnd the -i ) < l. lds t ) had 10 I tli', 1""dntoI. 11' .
; and quite active I I In her hOIl"1| H HQIIOIK, I 1- ) I > WI,.' th-v
1' 'l' days she refused I <) lie Inlerl iewed iipIewaInIrr ., I|.li. .. ll.-iilan wa. Inclined to the 'price 'it I should... t luliiK i t I liecni'>iimanip I IIllallIls i-i'uihi'iii '\ i I I i I .I" 11111'. word had'i ,"1..I.\\," t I) nri'sent\'a, hllglol I( :" 't 1 iiitimpress '
wtth! I ilic market 11hl.11
{ that could I. i be \
men UH to her works and a state leuUhilute' not l'I""liI.I : (
life avoiding; oil) publicity, I 11 1 the amoimt$ "f' I liquor II man lU 114 Iii last It holl,1" lie no hl"h1 t than l it w 11 I ihe i "-, ' the. \"lan' hut : 1/1,1 h..' gmi'i a |1..tlllol,. < liuiililflhl.llt IHkl, that ti'>
t \ : 1111111
I 1 11111.
IIIIMon hand. 11. lield in 1
:11 ln-t -4-4i'---si-sl .. "" i Ill .11.* iiiiistrjc
( | jtJtI.
LCUhlNli FUR BURIED WEALTH. I The power to "'!:lIlal.. Interstat I vnie HKiiinn 1 ,1"llh ,
I of
MESSAGE ABOUT FORTU llal lnal iiiflil front
p RICO. ra.mhad! IKMTI I 1(1'UI
I, rfiinmeree.l I IK i lo(JK''d I li> I tile constlti t I -cripi Ion.-a. ; .( New
Alleged that Confederate Was < s ( lot. Ittuir Yoik I 'to San, Kram ,iscn., Tbe P''"
Burled In Suburb of Cincinnati.Payroll, lion In cpnRrcssf! ; !Llqiioin liiy| (> all) President, Directs-, Attention- Congreys ..I' ,.1"11.Id. "is' I I I )lust ttt tot ... I'ill"l $. "tllwt hII". I'. 1, HiIli'ld ,nl'Inn -
aloiiK been. anil are > et. .ri'KHrded ai to Island Affairs., 'I.. s lIP ( ) and ..
Cincinnati Ohio 'I h""" "0,1, k f for the. struciuii'I lot( S< Ki! asCla I i | -H4miili' uillclcs. of com men" \1'ntiHie "'I>hIIIIOII. II (I' l'i"-l: "li'nt Taft' .I.' in "i, I hiothi-r nf MiI I 'nail Automobile' ,1111,1. ; In 1II: l l.1

Church In Ila.vtnn Ky a siilnis ". I ) proN'i-llon granted: Illinois 1,1'1' M"nl' to .0h1gri'. 1 -M-I| ml messageIntttiii and \\11 I I the I I ( i .'... In1 I' Supei inlciid'nt' .1) \V Kodgi rr \10 ii i-

S. being w.itc-heil by a laim; l'ul.loli. I lit' intci-Ktal. e com met ce i liiuse I ""f'omIH'I.IIIK ., \ ai I ihe pri'snil. 111111. ; la/: | 1 I :slotv ilnc* mil. hah; man of t tbi-. .cxintiv I : i niiinn'i.I I '.
, .
of the town. includliiK 'il\, 011I'1111... "'/.I& fIIJI"1 is I/'ltol wlthiliawn 111 ..111 I .,'I- .1 '". :' i iiuig\: ) i h0. 110 .' ;1'1\' ( ....dl".t III ilI I a; of i ihe I CIKM; )...I.) ril"iutn I ./ t II of
no t-tdtc has I I liKhl I to Hi'ixi' 14 lIlt aker lilt leniied'iin' \ I
li Hico !I' i Ohio
II"11.1 'l'o I 'no fai'ti' in}
and others, who expect" I the \\ UI'I. 111<'11 !
condemn KIII' b $Khlpinenls< TlilH IK t Ihe '11' "1. Ill iliri'i Is tin '.
/n'.1 lc )" of .IIM"
: engaged In tIn 'x HMittim'niadig' 11,1pot S I UL ) .
M'aM>nin!: of M i-. Justice I Hitilan.He 11"11101) i of < mini ess in affaiis in ) I Washington.
a of gold whiih I it iiilliion.Ma I IIIH1'r
,% b" -anl, tin- \\llxon law nf 1 S9d) (liii the l l'"HI' 1,1, lug tililt ) stress on of 4 Ci;I amt . .
kl.1 Employee nas a- ,
has lain bulled under that ..ltes-li ( t' ni II I 111I"nl" ii,I I I lu' 'I.iii I.
the raid of Oeueral John Hunt '101"- not Inicrferi"with, I the light of u ellen i what he I terms "I .i"lol of unusual Geld in t 'l 111"11 I" I wa- Iii til1.. \\111.,1, 1tlt.... )iit'S'ltlil.'ultii '

Kan and his band of confederates.near : ? In any aISLe lo have liquor shli I' JH1\IIL" III'4 eloped, t throiich the :New ) "- : '. i nilii| HI, iny, hull it t Ih. I I.. ,

Ihe close of the ci\ll. war 1'e t lo him.I jurlhc'lmnre. the" lliiuo failure' "lelslatiiissemblv| of ,iintiMiiil. or"I- I : ) of Mis.i U hit', ,'olf.I'1/I.' ( ""rl'IH.I) ,, I II i ..m..ld"\.I.,1. 'I.. itAltoui'

The l must 1 In- III'I 1\111 "d1 I I H'I'pe I If u In )'H'-I' the ii'-iuiih l' appi o- IMI .eriinieni' I | 'llc ill IIHII/IIIII". \ Tile
forineilbelonged I lobe 'O'I'l..H..o 1
, property \ / 11t Int 1\
lull of (Georgia 'UII ". the Island without .
; ( late Matthew\ :Mi-Arthur, H noted i < roO 11"11"1. 1"0,11" fei.'.ion nf l I an al\ \1'1' nlllll"ll, "III \1. a il.uiit sllitfi'tutu
KUli'r liquor from outside tIle stale support after .litnn ;JM. t i ( Ohio ,.. ,
southern sympathizer. The old liomeutead 1"1 i'g! 'rmpio\i't- I ( n. IIn II Ih "t'u-lilng'titi;
: ; and reeelxe 'lo his own iiKe-amheie Porto H lea tIll P a\ >t I t tin'priiprnvliy .. ., Il
mint Neu \
I < at I I Ihn' t
was famous us an tinder" I (ilIif'$ extreme in Ili of the I'nlU'd Stutc's.l I thepresident ( .
station for confedeiaie' As t1 Jo'nl I I 'I..t.1 iiii he ) i-Il 1(111 of tin \ill b. 1 b.'xal"'lol I' Slit I
tefuKi'CH 11)
the there. was suliter- argument- e"'lor.c" It his b. savs. In tin. dosiie nf riitain 1'lc] Iii I K. i> ) I | "...d I tinw hiili 5' iile ,.I"hl foil high. hIll" I. I
story Roes a lid that i lIe , Male ,couli of t the inland's I 1'iuli's, 1"1
I u 1 . Id Ini mII : \ i ,.1)
from I the / 11,11'1 1.111 ) hy n
ranean leadliiK d..I. 11\111'
jluw'ag not afterwards htep in and seize midshipmints. fur power, and liu t I the pies- ,1,1
111,1 IIHI i-xi ""
; house and It Is here, the hu C111lghll ,11 1 lIIII. .hlfl f.1 t
\ 1\"II.fO hllh
evei 1 state law enl situation 111(111| ; t.hat II'11\ IKliud. si \ I I ; nf tin;
UHI'r.n I ilini
slme I"'n111.,1 that the ta : Ihnl .'
long I "mak'
lag lip, II.III'II/ I : ot S"n.10 -
For Inw II such ed l Statfs loo.fa-l in the 11.
II Ktate ) "lIlhorl/.1 al111..rfOr..lI hl' !titn\\ I .' t I
treasure I Is supposed to be. 11.111: 1'1 l i X. .' of "nh FIn-
exteiiKlon / : I Il 'hn.1
C. he I thought b"11. The left tb. I It I I Is \oul 1"1 Inn' nl' Ihi I II : I Ihal I I '
money' was n1. lie CASL ..II1' .1.1 i -lll" 'r' I Oil 1)III
t I t I Oiiiludet that I the
101IolJIIR. the oval .
toy confederate officer the 1'011.11 mlonll I intn I t m, m"" uf ,
a by Haltl'j : \/1.1./ r hialIlultIun.
of C O. IJ. P
As to question Still) appropriation
tf IIOW.I.f I'ouiMl I II I ui :;' 1
Of who had been \ Used U. S II
Caldwell Bent III \'ithi-
; fF5111 H. hr I b.- introduction, of" liquor should I he taken awn\ fI (lIlt "thot-e I that "I 10" 1111"11 "M"'OI
to pay the troopi of O<'1I"I'al Morgan. who' have . mal sas ; I 11:1, I. \1 ,1 hI II J I"d 11 I h.
.. Into. a dry mate In original package's. i-hown' I iieiiisei" too lnecponslltli I of llie . \1.1111
) '
; then In this ,'Idnll '. He jOr\ In th .Men's ( _, ,
Mopped at I to IOIIIIK 11 ;"",0' latlon.weie .
Mr JUSIIlIaruli| 1< the intc'isiourommerce ; enjoy ,
: the McArthur t'e.41IPIee l and his 1101 I" I illil inoiiieiil I and fixe (tithe
presence r-haracic'r\ of such nhlji The presldvn-l, 1 "B'y" that I Ihe fait I .11 ( Iml".II. IIhhlrd not
being' disclosed) he secreted the niP 0tH aiid, thc'n'oY.1 of I the I'orto RicaiiK fotget I I leg the wlthoig 01 ,'d with nsini lo lie Ilk"1 ""rlntl'I} ." 1"ld'rH In the
sold said .to' amount to several thou. jo ceased tht 1101.'llon the llqi>irwa4 generosity Jif I lhl.noxernmenl.. I. .pl(1 the" rllnlll HRRoclatlon t I I laxiKhi'd) ut I tin, North "Da- -

sand dollar's and escaped, Intending .td received and became' mixed who "should not .be an occasion for surprise $2 OOO sbop.. u,111'1 I hot 14 Ii'. l"I"I.lul. %
.. 4o General' : the1' latter be In the L'nlud The
Join Morgan .
Ihe mass of goods In the 8Iat('. When nor In dealing with a whole J Chicago National AMlloc'llllon of Emplojlng -
i ingkilled In Tennessee about." the the original package was broken .up people can It be made the basli .of acharge ft. the 111. found- guilty- Lithographers, which heldJtu' '

same time. .' lbs liquor could not then be 'sold of ingratItude," rrtl ) t the IItilled annual convention \Vifnlilnglon.. inBKltaled
: PLANS FOR THE-A.;/B.-& A. . :. without violating th".JtI. ,-sf: : '" .. -STOR S MEN-GULTY., ,::. ,I I .fut(, I .of $: ( a scheme t to- phr8 at the, Rtlmlt. ofJapateaeIl1hoRr by the .ja "
New Road May Be Put Soon on a' Filling Memorial & Dr. Wm.T.; Eull. .NAAL. and; !: I'llwCst r : ( ; ', -\.,. a-.fln montha j_"of_' jan, ,
,;'l Firmer Financial Basis. Shoter. Boarman. Myers Lndll'll. Of the lithographic business cf the -ir:
New York ('ityThe a. t both. .
p-- to..hl..r'of
c'ommlleE States. :Mr:
MoleI < the
Boston MaMM.-Th. appointment uf :Moyercord
f- The \ictory for
committee pointed to decide upon a nlltl memoilal Savannah Ga.-"Uu'.lty" was the ( igo. nl of the how
a reorganization coml.oH'eel Dr. '\ T. fii'in (I- to be t 1 h coiitejided I, 0".01'101101 loll
lI lllam surgeon verdict brought In hy th. Jury In t the the .Japanese, are get Hup lithographicbiisinehK
of Doston and New York financiers!
.o..ahd nf founding; I a I I I not r-ven'plav'
\ho died In Savannah. early li case of 'the "turjienllnetrust. ; In the ['
_ tnarlis( the preliminary sJep. to placethe lectures and to I hut I 111"1 suites
March has decided In favor of the though !) The name:: hoiueMly. .
1'llorl : l'I.' ldpnl
Atlanta. IHrmlnKham and' Atlantic creation of a large fund for conduct of the two ate ment of prize-' I I wires to Chi Taft han proniined Senator -
'! Railroad now in the han lI of receivers Inn original research under the dlrec omitted and the verdict(orpolallol applies!enl) questions I of 4 I I I ad \nn.tliKe CulbeiHon of T..xIs lo visit Oal-

.: on a firmer basis financially. Themember lion of the College of Physicians amiSurgeons to the five Individualdefendants, I In"'ldeluml I II at I I and ( hosed ',101 at the first opporlinill) I hamakce
of the committee are alliedclosely E .. lo the I a t tilp went I this fall
which is department of S. Nash of the mony I tH pf.I.eOnl'
tt 4 : wXh) Interests .identified with 1 president AnIl'lcol ; ,' ... The Intends to return thVough the
Columbia Vnlverslty. To t this end the Naval Stores Company. Spencer p.
the securities The exact Billion .
company's 1 hal actual)
committee has l sued 5,000 apepalsfor hotter, chairman of Its hoard of directors Tw
I course which the campaign of reor. rlbul lOls. Cieorge; Meade lloardman of but that the A story of President T fl's vlidf to
(QIC hIII101.
"Cmnlzatlon will take has not yet been ,' of nor less the home of
al' at
New York Its treasurer and J. F.".enlallvE
ljlmt'ul (0111
announced. but It i Is believed that U 1 prices Alexandria, '
recently -
-' NEWSY C. 'My'l. vice president of the company 8 ha.
Includes a scaling down In the bonded PARAfUPIS
; leaked out The
and Carl of Jacksonville that (olgrIllmSI Is a
-' debt. So far as possible, It Is believed :lol..r .
According to the figures of the Ma., manager company and 1 of the system hospitable Virginian; who had heard
-' : that the first mortgage underlying New York customs the luxuries that the
omcaJ. also Jacksonville manager of the National I I nually was Have to Quit president was on -the water
t ,$ C bonds of the subsidiary companies imported Into tbll country dur- Transportation ''and Terminal of the country's wagon but took no chances He la

: will be undisturbed. Inl Apr l Indicate a return of pros Col i tan)?. "I I Taklnl the $ of said to have had on lee plain and Tin-

'i-: '. FOR MAYOR OFYETYOBK.!: perity. During the month. diamond, The sixth defendant, Charles J. De- partaker theory ol tage champagne red and white wlnek. -

pearls- und other precious stones ag Ixiach. was, found not guilty at the I I tariff duties on slight whiskies brandies. beer and malt .

Memlnatlon of Theodore Roosevelt r"latnan- appraised value of $2.- direction of the court. I n en ring, he likely(I to ac beveraReB. ,A)8 he had sparkling .

Proposed by General Woodford. Imported Into this The verdict finds the five indlyld-\ atively (' ( those Chlca and still ,'aler. Jersey and Holstonbuttermilk. ;

i New York City.-The nomination of country through this port. This l Is six oat defendants guilty on the first and the Jovernment against this Ringer ale and sarr-aparll- :

. Theodore Roosevelt for mayor of New times the quantity Imported duringthe second counts of the Indltment The ican bread. la. pop and lemonade. "Would yon _

I i 'York City Is proposed by General lamt month lat year and is more third count was .Irlken In protected < In London like Home refreshments. Mr. Tuft" i

: I' L: Stewart I. Woodford. the diplomatist. by half a million than the ..1. the early stages of the Irlal The Patten of 7.2 grains the host Inquired. "That hot ride .

(/t .:. It I. adrrjlttell that the boom thus ne of the precious stone ImpOrted first and second counts the weighing'2 1-2 has made me thirsty" said the pres' \1

: launched has neither the knowledge during April of 1907. In the same defendants with conspiring to monop- Chicago 111. (-( In Chi' Id..lf "I would Ilkcrrncthnn! to

4 nor the consent of Mr. Roosevelt, but month one hundred and seventy automobiles ollie interstate trade. I[ central figure ,' resultn. 'Irlllk..hat. can I serve you?" ;

F It Is declared that "\n Insistent and of the appraised value of The jury does not mention either of citement loaf va asked Carlln. .brhrhII11Inl up. ,"Iwould '

4 vnanlmous demand on the part of theY I315.6G2.67 were Imported while In the Indicted corporations the American taking a short contain tnt from like a cup 1. As the "

,', 4 'people of the city would compel him April. 1P08. there were only seventy- Naval Stores Company and theNational I Trinidad. Col. 1 per cent of story IK told the climax came In the

.. ; to- accept." one automobiles. Transportation and Terminal neared to be discovery that there was nolo bit of
I went directly I tea than the
Company. fitore. F
1 It IK stated an atthe I lar..r grocery
Inventory I
$: .- lEMDLTAm WEALTH CONFISCATED.New Ylldlz Kiosk dhow's' that male Abdul -. . j \
Ilpnid holdllt least $2.250,000 and SHE FEARED SLAVERY. I Lx-Sultan's? VTRANS. I Rovernraent. has died In the supreme
i court of
Regime to Seize Abdul Hamid's errors at Hartford,
j:J} *\!' ? Million. urea quantities of costly jewelryOne Mix Helnmanft Scared by Stories of llelgrade. .. '15.0O Conn.. its brief In the case of dgarU. |!'
? rosary 1 la worth 375000. He that Iturhan . I Mondon, plaintiff
4O' V.Constantinople. Turkey.-$ Qo.ono Whit Slave Traffic. J against the New ;;
r V tTu been found in Ihe treasury, box also had 5OOO.OOO deposited In for- New ,Ctly.. Stories of thewhite lomld. the Camp U York New Haven- and Hartford Rail

;-e* 'of the Imperial palace at YII
''occupied before his deposition by Ab- large crowd of half-clad men and had Such n deep IrprClol cii' Miss cording lo the and' repreien / cnder Ih. employers' liability act of __.

; ,4ul Hamld. Two and a half million women watched a strange fight "ii, Wanda Vera llelnmann that when the march to Ihl Tiouth- ".11'1 22. 1908 slid the government

;is' dollars of this Is In cash, while $&.- Los Angeles. Cal., when Jovsenh. Gay steamship ljuca Jpgl Abruzzl, from then and try to effort to permission of I the court, IK alowed
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.000,000 Is In marketable securities tier son of Dr. J. J. Gayner, knock.c S'aples arrived she refused to er once moreArmy more. Cf.> the to Intervene and file a brief support j i

equivalent to cash. Furthermore papers out a burglar while the come ashore until aba wa.i assured ( .wl de I of 'the constitutionality of the 1 5

'were found indicating that Abdul as referee1. Dr. Qayner was awakened she was perfectly safe. Miss Helu- by tJnl. I alt which had b(i B challenged by J

Hamld had on deposit in CermABy -, by tlie. burglar chased and captured mail!). 22 y..or old nnd remarkablyretty. Omaha Neb. I a"prolrlalEt the defendant .comfiany.( ,

t 't England. France and the UnitedStates I him threw him to the sldewaiM > has lived most 1 of her life Intaly. which R"c"nd I It Is slated Dial King Victor of It- >

... upwards of fl5.OOU.000. and sat on Mm until his son aroused She hl "Ol.. to Am..rlll to landed at be aly. In t tplegraiihlng his congratula- j t

b .=:;:;i', .'' It Is understood that the cabinet from hi* sleep, came along. vlli relatives In I AMI\ille.. She said the na.. hag the brought tlons lo the sultan appealed >' -

-" :considers that all' these foreign de- Whltecappers broke Into the homeof was told to look Out for herself. the /round. < United for clemenrv for I the deported strongly V,

J;.. ;'jx>slts.>** wen aa the treasure at Yllkre Mrs. Kllza Daley at Sullivan Ind. ayoung women were seized In t the ( i which meets I Abdul Hnmld. and that h also sultan.

.' . dia. tBeT properly of the state.l.f and severely)' heat her epileptic SOl streets of New York and sold uslaves. >I teliflilt9re.. I. genera) the same sentiments( to the expressed .1,f

,l Seven men were killed) apd four fatally were Injured. T\'kl..h ambassador. -
; : -PAID! -LONGFELLOW.' Injured In a dynamite explosion -- - Secretary of the Navy Meyer dc- t
Nation of World Join rn Honor to near Nlmrod." Montana The mIl INSNE dares that the sixteen battledhlps of '(

i Poet. were employed upon the right of Luck of the Ex-President. Continues ItoMon. Ml > Ala., .the Atlantic n.el. which had made ,'.
of the
: It WashingtOn.!: I). C."",,rTho nations of way Mlwauk..p road. A steamehovel In Africa. Ihe Atlantic R. Jones. the voyage around the world were In

t 'UM world through: tlrejr diplomatic ,. upon struck men were employed Nairobi nrlllsh East Africa. A Is phlnn..dy' Ilobert Jones excellent condiion. and the fact that

; representatives, joined wHt AmericaIn It. a dynamite charge ex bulky bull rhinoceros is the latest ('latoli. who by.Wil they were accompanied by a repaIr

paying tribute lo the memory of plodlng prize wrested from the Jungles by meteorologist ut t I 1nowHI wus shIp kept I them In good order throughput .
At a meeting of I the servalory after I the Irlp. He referred 7
Henry Wadsworth Longfetlow.-.when: AVurtenbxrg, Colonel Kooscvelt. '(' lo die. 10 i an article *
4; atatue to "America's most popular! Germany Aerial Navy Ipalle It became Flfletnarletes of Includ- study pf the : l has gone III ah Enirllsh pnhHcatlon saying that ';*

'poet* was unveiled here. \ known that the ," Airship log the blj ,rhinoceros glmp. bagged dares he can i the 1'.111 of the trip was worth from \\\
., . honor the 'ompany .would establish ,4)Pfi) miles in (' ; to '
-- Assembled to memory a regularlIbof on last expedition.The In the Hal- $5.04.004 ) to the Unit-
'.{ .,f' the poet were men distinguished, airships from Lucerne to Freld- ihlnoceros was charging Mr. As a sort of .- had', gone navy. The secretary said
'Ia.ittCT and many of tbe desceDd.a 'rib hafe' 'via' Franklor .on.the.Tain loose'velt when the hunter fired. The Is now making to In. he had four-d I that I the voyage had
.t t1.JoDctel1ow, '' to opetKfor traffic next year.I Voyage from It cost only about SJ l )
: '.. distance was fourteen paces and the so fat 50O.OW( more than ,
,' ;ia..fl'. ... I animal fell dead. Atlantic coast. \\ If the blllt..hfIR had been kept at
4-! '; I fttuigned to ordinary duties.

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JUjraqd what possesses you to part. ; '

with them They are as safe a* theDank -- nn"al !
of England\ ,, and rl...l'ng In Vndera'bt2l! '
value" :* to ee.

.ii "So, much the better for you-;" said ate by Mr. stale' 's' '

I 'Frenchman, rubbing his thin board of Instruction -
white hands together and- with a tutions'will be .-.' _ _
;. '
t Hell )
contortion about the drawn school t

ltnes'othis mouth, which might have In the Valers ,"
been 'a smile. s;>, Anot her-bill: ; ;
Dupll,, 71
"I do not wish to be Impertinent, prlafea $5,000\' .
Lb.4 I; COUiU ,4iII! 'i.
my frieuyf," sald'Wr,:.. Denstone, plantIng viet, lease . . : :

,.uimMf squarely, upon.the'b rtb- 1w co Into the' | . . . ; -
rug. "bii1 why this Immediate dq a part> to go to << drolll : . { ,

1 mand fpr .rwah? You have no spend state-Insane : ; !\ II ... . *. _ _

thrit, ""' son- [have you, who has j been, The "large I . !! | '

.. .. playing aod drakes'with! your started :\ . .
ducky or "
money? each of, which ).,:. . :'. : b !
on I irVNb . .
; than Heaven! 'I have no"aon. sands of wealth : !)! : -
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the . . . "
C ,".sald the old man; energetically. ulatlon of the . :: (
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JJ. Ji "I havaun1y.oni&jbj1d. a lltll daughter. Increasing ' : \'( ".-. --;:'.- _
"ho lld'gh' :: ; ; l : \ ,
LJr a cook ; a dently desire l ,! ; "allllllu . ) )
tered her I..ell. look Indeed said Mr. -Denstone as- more for the . ,

of tonished. "I never heard even that -, .
by tueana : ;:
: which she /:'" Y Umarried.. After" a long ; . .

fessional cook Yes," said the old }Frenchman /passed, the*. ) ; '>. ; !I : -?"

y Mr. slowly rubbing his claw-like hands. speed of ,,. .:
gency.; p an hour in I ';
xtono had yes, I 'was married once; but It Is chauffeurs (to : . .

vants; h,' had lie not wonderful that you did not knowit. to get their << 'i . . )

fort or ..ecurlt) keen<< I have lived a double( life. Did tbc homes .'(' !: I
aye"f' . / ) ;
cured these. you ever bear of any one before who bill orIIl'I lall)'.> 1 .
; word !((' . . . ; '
fortable. HIlt lived two lives? at seven miles, . . \ *
( some I .
Not: I I. said :Mr. ]Denstone. "1 twenty and ,
nursed him am . . :
$ ntiai-k\ of << un simple/ enough to prefer to be above- dIK'usltloll. )' . . .
) for- board.'* The :Xeely / \ ' . I --
inov.'d by )
t 10nJ' he III'oJ>O ; .. the "Simple! Yes you English make of pardon [ on . .
house b\' ( .
Ar 'an : &
_ _ .ed i himwlth her l much of simplicity, but we, we see oltrr a long ." . . ) '
sharp . .
and she had po: merit In It. Finesse Is what we '
The house (' . .
caned him to admire. My Josephine never knew ,
: reported Ildvl'r!
: au . .
: Ml.I ) his 1 was rich. the_ light' ' (" << I ,.: . . << :
ried! ,' "(Joo\\" Heavens oxclalnred Mr. raliroads.The. . :
to a < ; << ; . .
a Mr I ),..... ! penntoni And ttho was your lawful Inw "' I' .. . "
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of t-ioppins! so wife? :: ': Mujlcti.I to in I I i I It 1: . . .
iirrUed t In LI 1 <<"d. Yes; l)4it' that wall o11e of my I Ihe" ."hl, |)plnit: .ot 'i luau ) . I I

p'" ,n, v>d ixut I III two lives he answered, with! a flash of "ilcy" counties ( 1 ..loliuu.4 . . ; ; _ _

..11|> poor leth h > ( ) i running In his eyes. \Ve lived 1 ; I came rapidity to the I Rosa . ) 1 ,
w. 1 I''. u !, home In what you cull simplicity I "
( \ counties, (UK I to I I I 1 \ :: 1' ) u.
I. I .. 1-it-lsy{ '' ',., t had niy affairs In l ICngland. She made
I I I o AI'- wlillii I I It !(' I ;,; I u III' . .
,,,' und, 1 InqulrleH sometimes but I did l not .
:sue "
of of I the .
1 !\ asked\ some .,
1 1
in 1 < mtrnsi ti,> I I satisfy them After all, one does as .. ; ;
(;nyc inor ( I I
"f Mrs"i /"''ict I J an one liken with one's own wife. Mou Colonel llem.i ;I 1<11 a . :
;lic and her H"1'08'US\ the best place of abode . .
J : ; \ \ as aKt-lHlant ..Ial,' '
llu* wedding./ / / the for her. Women are so at range.'; It (1'011fll\ )' 29. l ) t I |i ... !) '
H"I tseven. I clip had known, tell me, would she itt'li'V H. SIi< I I

__fr 1 htdark( color !; I have continued to live there<< ? Oh, Kielinrd I( (' r I ; t I I ; ) ., s

In ,.,... ""- ' )('\, ( I I u I I can quo non It I would have been all thousand fnet\ ami. ; ; i { Tlf

whit! i n made .. ) uncle money money money; go.wns'; lionnets. lllr.Khain: place j| " In << .1.
111.1' uema in "") (' equipages; Hah I knew my of- I | t to I than mile of l |: '
own business best a ? I
I little? eare'' ) '
A liii I the t lived i I and dleil 1 1uitiuI'u The house will I I I II I -
linirli .useful poor lady I, '
.. l had ed, i I ( .
ci V'I
:*lnl ahe) li>.. ,.( ; the delusion I that you were : .
I .mil I the hike.
poor' .ald Mr. Denstone, I Indignantly I was "'"' "
iilii'innt of J giat> :; . : -
( There IB .
\: seven of
\viu-hlp I I She f I ; "I I way over ho I York city I I
li. i hu han to I .. Is ".Jiml soVp had enough ; a little I ture of Palm t ; 'a. had I l
find, i She : I l.'ttlecompetency.: ) It wa repose togo northern part III'.S' >-,
4 her nephews, ; back t there to feel my economies; Ing /
l very. It via* '
imt bear of that 1x why 1 called the; old house |that certain '
/ (
Tola O'ollg
t. which wna the 'M on KppoH t tlii'in.gelvcK I I 1o I : t 1 xeason .

i He\ knew his Mr. Denntone) felt I a profound disCUHl nor further I flu fiults, (' .

J lets character Mr. ; ut the selfishness of the old man. I tution I I he-cause i t 1 1 tasteless. ".,
t I ; t sud- ; S
"And have then child he amendments expensive
you a
1 n-ris:;
,_ .. said. sell I ihe ..hal.... ; : ,'. quality '
t that possessed "She at least :foil will not
., has the election In )) -
/ and.
l length and, bury in such a Ih' h : an obscure ,
t-i u
% nienl I I looking t : t i I for 1 the '
"-\i 'iid his pat country village; in (the heart of _____
an I tion. explanation I i t I 1 I
I li run ultuut ton \" I i I t that France. "'11)'. ninn, she would 1)0Otiesof '' ''))10'110 friu : . I I several I ) I .
( l I.-ikKhlp in III, ) : the i idlest hub u't'susu's i In Knglanrt. effect t that the ) I the finest
III bin
"II'n1! was : fll.1 Ix-lni hai, 1 i \"'d before' ,4t
: V.IH;: i.oinlun to I \'t's. l hr'1t shebelougs'; to my French t lu' northern )visitations.'t. I ) ) loss of -, '

4 ni u I Isli n< I \ a- I than om-lialf t uimijiiul ( .,C'4 I t I i
nl .nt"l. "If I give that I
*.1'01\1'8> heart :) I[ ] up I
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shall (disposed of : |: f
tiu.t1' ( low till security, all repose. I dlslrlIs
expectation.Tln I i "' ". I ty thousand I it may t I I
) > ] .
mo been sc'lll out I I east ,
- ; tionalely! odd fueling' somoliincsthat I/ sue wereto : 4
; << close t'141 lniar'el I that put on I I
much l of find I II] out she would make me do I '
a i
; 1 fancy and 'remains i t : growl. u. | -
/" fectly co.vr,, the as she likes not im' 1 wish; but shewon'L a total of about of;llo: .

I' t-d her with find it out, she belongs to my t thousand or I u dt .u I''' : -'

;: To his( uncle ) / enol'-been don't you see?" last year's I with the : u ,

,' .i" : ;showing that Hut eventually, my friend jVlib well, most of << << from 't

:4? ; offered post y'w "\ cares' 'what happens{ after heIsiddad7.jdon't. crops outright t 'slnco tiA.
'' I : trusts ., '
-.,"ml.b tI."W_ his. /" She J.may" do as -others .are-, 8hll HitU. all ) ''

. The visit ",' l she likes then. '. $3.50 Every a one barrel will orange oranges .. '

But do youJake iio. t are of her?
\ Ttettgle'; was consequently <<" I Ihe I ,S_______
Where I is she How old ?
and his jeliirii .... he handsome )' been BO" *
lowed by the l "She Is at school : but I.shall send The rank ( naval

which had no ; for her soon. I shall want to go backto State troops '' wlhslauJIIf *,

t events. my economies when I have finished Colonel 1 \\' a '

i Both uncle nil hiy business here. This'will be I tr- ', First ; II- t > -' I

to meet Arthur l the tyid of It all, and when I go back, resignation; to I was' ). ( '

ished. They and I shall stay and live and enjoy my I'hrlst. as an I

i expectations) as second life at Mon Repos. And this service of Ihe shipper are ,

fa-lr blue-eyed (' It brings me to what I came to .a". I The "'oman' I ordinary
fool hll'i sent a / $
: great surprise want to ask you whether you will act exposure << ,
legislature nro! *
1 "Not Arthur the part of a friend, and for the last of t23,0on; ) a much ,
week that I
am In England..let me have
't Den tone. with l : of the hire of '
"Yes. Vcle to Bleep heie? i shall not trouble you Improvement Its '

'an wered. ; ( much In the day, as I have business, State Reform I In
offer much Important business to do; but !' kinds <<
,,' and l Is this ; Despite a si .(
he As the
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coming \\' at night-Pcste I will confess my ator Buckman
-' d her. 'I. you weakness. I have grown nervous at'', senate passed y cleaned are now
a it in .
t She was so night. I hear people whispering at fork !gambling Imports '

trembled with ; my hotel I see them glancing at me. third reading with. -
but answered wish The look of my door Is a common nitely postpone and ..'

L. ,- ,_ : -dear t boy! she one; I fear to have It changed lest I of 20) to 4.Prominent. to the -

as excite Doubtless the whole
r She would suspicion. you keep 1-
hesi cash In this house? In other cities pacific 'ty
\1- Reginald' and
os I the north with the
Yes said
Mr. Denstone, slowly' ) ,
Aunt Betsy!
. plen: "cash and deeds. to secure e apple !
"Mrs. Alfred .. agerV.. S. Concord *'
So have of
you every precaution
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I :Mr. Lumber ("om cheaply ) .
.,;: forward' nnd paodern Invention. unless a Ilal'd'9li< l : inferior t
.': other guest.' "I I have the usual .prec utlon and have to serve 1 1I '*'
. :lly ( sig Biich as they are you are welcome to federal" prison i I ;

.J Rlgnud,. ," and Into them. I wish you would bo advisedby dlllon) pay a ) ,j I Enters I'I'I -:
me. Rlgaud.; No money I Is! worth thing' \possible
( hyly. 1 "but this anxiety. You will kill yourself, : a pardon for I I Fla ?
Dinner was \ pa.tliiR: a>t he I '/I.
or worse. '
4 Aunt ,
; "Bah! said the old man, with a '
permission the ""south anti ) ] (
good sort of ghastly gayety. '
they went,111 to j' 1 most honored I of the i -;
"In our peaceful !Mon Repoa that
'. : Ing for him. cle being: one ',' In the .
be' I
abode of sacred poverty where no lusllcen'of the -
"7. :: The b \V. Ilnt
\ soup 1 ,domestic' have" lived since the 1> dition lo being. !': I .
when Arthur you uge, all rear leaves me. I rest 1'1-1 son Lumber .. rl ?
1.t( on and the allowed I do, -:--:yes"And-I jour enjoy! little myself.daughter" ? l prominent 0.oaring. In it.. ImpoHHible / I '

hlm elf. His world. :Mr. (' lo fix :
J ; you "The /pleasure, that sufllclcd for her I
t uncle at once. will holder! of stock r icspectlve( I .
mother will suffice
for her. Josephine fine of $.*.,O\ll) \ I
honest and will Ip jlad. << .
f loved poultry ; she reared If the !prison .. l ( .
In his
;'; ward jou Iloudans. She sold her hens at eight If I Ihe pl" 1 ; r

/ .. lug'; himself.velvet ; your francs each and cocks as much as thilt a tevlslon to be ,' I '
,} black that ten francs a cock. At her request I needed It will
... old point, lace (' Is brought a few of them to England Florida 1 I I will << resolution |

.:1 ble and once. I sOl'"/the cot-ks for a guinea If It does, not l one adopted '

t" her apple and the liens"?!t. ten shillings."I earlier than : 'rrade wan

them a bit deducted the price of the. car- Instrument can I lellslatora. '
At dinner Mon renple for a' "'"I ,
riage and gave her the money. You -
& spoke to Ar- would not cajst a doubt on her content The recent ) Legal ; : I II ; : '-'

; old-fashioned his had you seen her pleasure.She of land In ; I Electric I _ _
of \ "
seven miles
.41 .. made to listen s for Antoinette : ..
| the
na. l>) a ( (' ( In ,
I ., "i learn ; and his "Poor lady! said Mr. Den tone. the addition, I Duval (' ,
: listening to use "She! appears to have been easily sat I the population : I It a bill

''::1 two elders. isfied. The fact that : l '. _ _

,.} his curiosity. To be Continued.The HI or in belt .. I I Is '
.4 or at all ? If nado-vexed I bill .

traordinarily at shown by the I shall r :, ; ..
1 i 1( akin stretched Into Paris Municipal Council has of the state I executon / f. "
::4 looked like- : I contributed 3800 franc toward a that might! be I I th. 'Q'
In the
; jiarchment. : Den- monument to the late,), Professor Cur. advertising receiving // // ;
states that > // } .
I' illu-rowj he had" % but. rio the discoverer of/ 'a4Ium. these terrible j to be ;I.,

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I The 1 Kissimmee Valley Gazette. :To. the Bartow Courier-Inform- OO "' "mmnmnmmmimtmmmmmmmmnmmmmmmgSeasonable? ' , , , '

,. .. F aht ,re. Y/U1'aay that the reason Klssjmmee.did '

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. . :not put up' $200 for a t "

t ., Office In Valley Gazette Building. place in the Squib Florida Baseball 0 .I. '

, KISSIMMEE.OSCEOLA' COUNTY.FLA., League is that the' people in this 8 .." .. eG w :

W. H.'HARRIS. Edltor'lnd.Prop'r.. '. prosperous''city are, so busy selling ; . .. .-5- . ...... .... S == ......._......1................................................................................................... .as
jrtal to the hundred/-whtrare-" ---
estate 'J' :::
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. -r- moving to .this'county.and engagingin ::: == - '- ,

On.COPY.ono SUBSCRIPTION year,. .....RATES.,.- .:...:....-. .II 00 I' trucking that they just haven't '' : ,; "
On.copy.fix .!months,., . .t.... ...... 60 the time to devote-to such pleasures .f; ri.nI.g z; ..! GoodsAT I" .

,' r, AH eommunteatlon. except from our author.Ned as' baseball, golf, cricket, etc. I 1 1 ". . :::::-
eoitvipopdmit, mast b.loped by the writer. == . . . . . .......... ==
y'' Vieted matter will not b. nturned onleu 0 :::::. ..-....-..-......... '==, .
411ed for. In mentioning the the ,....
by .
y+ G1 ::::: ::: .
+h, I eeoncI-Entered la kt mall the Poetollleein matter.Friday Klulra_'Fa.\. ut legislature the resolution memorializing : I . ::::: .;,. .,- ",-.' :::::,..... '
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==-"'-"" --=- -,- - -- --:- -- Congress to appropriate .. ' ,

: fary 14, 1900. $75,000 for the purpose of placing: r.._ LOW PRICEDSEE

f( .. .. .. locks in our canals and' river' we "' --.----.-- ---" - -. -.. -, -----.-.-- ------=--..--..---
Prosperous Kissim ne y'. failed to. state that :the resolutionwas s .---' -.-..... ..
introduced by the Hon. C. S. -ewe .. '. AE .
"" The rapidity with which this I Acree, Representative from this S ARRIVING DAILY ,; -- '--

.: county is growing in population Is county. If Congress accedes. to J(9 -.5' a> OUR. LINE. OF ICE CREAM 3 ,

1 wonderful, and within two years'I the request of the Florida legislature -! . AT' =-= 1 FREEZERS' HAMMOCKS MOSQUITO =-= .t.t

,J it be entitled to have two ,! this 'section of the state will ," i ... -
? be wonderfully benefited; and to - the House and V '

n Senator.. .. Mr. Acree will be due much of the I I Ig %;' 'REFRIGE'RA TORS; ETC.. Ew ..' credit for the prosperity it will I z;. KATZ'S 1 :-::. =-= .

; That was a big bunch of dollars bring to'our town and county r '- 5 5 --.e
Waters-Pierce Co. paid Texas for : 0

violating its laws, but the people, The men who do a town more
; will replace the money in the com good than harm, may be classed as I I 0 I 1STBflFOBD GB SON GRflYES G IH .

' pany's strong box by paying a little follows: First, those who favor I 8 : ==
"""Imore per gallon for oil improvements: second.. tnose who '-
r' ... 0oo HARDWARE COMPANY 3 .
praise it to strangers; third thosewhoTuJvertise ,- -
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-Methodistchurshan Kissim- -- -
-- \ their business: our .
11' mee, in order to have :ts church those who t"Kist public-spirited=- men: Vv- VVVVVVVVVVVV VVVVVV I 1111LUi11111i11111I11ili1Utiiilllllii11111111ULUililliilli) iillLULUi

$i notices more thoroughly] displayed. fifth those who believe in showing ,
I C C. UKOWN Mamixv- aass
has rented space in the local paper _
;tS for that purpose. Truly it pays to'' who hospitality like to to see everyone others make: sixth money those': I 'tT'tTt'TttT'ttt1t't"tt'i"ttttT'tT'TtfTt'TtttT'tTt1TttTttT' ' ' '(" ' ' ( tT"T'tT'T'' ' 'G I II SPECIALTIES W S.Ilasvdwt.t4o', ORANGE C.KOXKS

iS advertise-even for a Christian. seventh those who do not oppose BROWN & "jlHHWELL A [
ulberry Journal.. ._ every improvement that doesn i F
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tor Flb>ida is peculiarly fortunate in originate with themselves: eighth,:' I PIANO EEII TRUCK TIMDER FARMS LANDS REAL ESTATE. BROKERS IMPROVED RESORTS FARMS .

those who put on bright faces when i
1'r being so situated as not to be in the ) _
sa irf 1 KISSIMMEE. FLA.
track of the fryclones that yearly -a-s.ra.ngerspeak5 of locating 1 I E -

r5 pass over portions aj the west and their town; ninth those who favor )i :::: =-=
public enterprise whether appearI
south-a condition tha hould addma.terially

to its ad van tall e as a Ing to be of personal benefit tcrj j f| Tickets on Piano with You Wish to Buy or Sell. Come to See Us.

themselves not.White I, _.
1 or
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in the north
; home for those j ,
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west seeking a warmer climate. erald., i E each 25 cent Purchase i
C CARSON! !N. C. BItV N. .cr.t.ry.
The proposal to establish an elec. ew Town 'of Taft. I -- -- A'
., tric chair in the city of Jacksonville U Ueailjaibxhtts. just returned from I -
f for the electrocution of all New YorK where* went to perfect and F -- AT. -- == II .
advertise a crest! Ian&- nd to"'u :: -- -- == Waters & Carson Co.
criminals guilty of capital offenses HIll nroject \Julia-I E- --- Grocery
. is.not without its adv .nta"es. AuthodtiesAon J
Several thousand dollars& tb of !
''' ) the! subject- have stated advertising! { has been placed. insevfcis 1 I'j jleadinc ' ---Wbol.el..d ttftmtt'RIE

_.< that that city is nearer the place papers Iic. W. Dann'sINSECTICIDE] : S

where criminals are supposed toe The project embraces the sale 011'.0'-1 f .
000 acres go after death than any other place tiun --- i
in Florida.
The lauds! will be cut up into tracts 7li111 1111t1111i1a111i11tllitllUilll1111)ililii'1 ) '\1 t ilitilltitllitiiliCYroareaehe I
"f live\ acres and each sale includes atown I
I It is possible, as the Tampa Tribune lot in the dew city of Taft. HAY !I celebrated Fertilizers I I CRATES; ..

l' claims the Taylor bill which "Idf'. Taft Taft," is to be the cr)': Dr.aea Ore"ere GRAIN -i I.--:-' ETC.

J prohibits the shipping of citrus "j ., on the Pullman at New York and Ipr.yllla Or.aee 6rovea wlti .CHNARR'S $ Clr".lera, ..d Prlc..

: ; fruits during certain months of the no change of cars to Taft Florida." Fi*<.ii>. r.. h.r".lm...-!"',"le I;, (.!'AI ATtrp? to-1411\ <-"rr U bite 1-1'.| I.anaei.ste'). and Mil $ .-;? ,- far.I..e4 I o. ApP lc"loa. 7'f : /
1 This >ust lI'.ct..r. l,.nd 1 starts abuut l h7l.Inl1ray| CanteiiRed kin lOneoryearrz T"HFK TKIF A u: IN KIM' M. Fiftyreta
.s year, could not be enforced, but it I eel arianl. Fife) cents' .per: ...lion*. .Fifty callotts-iaakc :2 ooo. .lions. of .pr.". J4.den
six{ miles south of CXjacdo and ex1 Florid i- *
is patent to everyone that a law of M-ods,soutbw': id 10 the Uye"la.county 1. SCHMARR& CoM .C1I1nrs. ORLANDO.,'FLAT HIDES: FURS WOOLl .
y some:character is necessary to pro line. ' I

tect the industry l In this state from r, He{ t* 'auoclawd with 'W.' L. Van sOt/0Ot10liOC OCOC/Ot/OttOtIOtUOtIOCo0oe50c70t '

being ruined'by.ignorant and avaricious Duzor of 'Kissimmee and 'l'ePI.t-sente rA iOt I-$ .ouastryr. -:Produce: a SpaCi :1'ty'. !;' ,,,: )
.ii _
S r--,," ',-, Ihese"' ;an'd';'''ui'*the'*tlne8t.<,t''ever! ,"thoroughly C.,+ CARSON., .. ,t "A-. GRANJ'QRD, .' .8.L. $ '. lI r
adaa Vlo -Pre "
growers. id nt. Secretary
watered. nd easily drained. I ,+:w. -- .:..vw...

Success to the great project -Orlando -. ,.
If the bill regulating the number

t of hours a street car motorman or I Ilepiirtei-aiar, t i KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO. Favorite FertilizersFOR

4S copductor shall work in a day Old pupers.5a1. be purchased ut this ,
; fflce f ii :JJo: per 100. .and there i quth--
should become a taw the courts Ing better to !put under (nutlint '! CITRUS LL OTHER CROPS.
: would declare it unconstitutional. ,

f t'Vf, e hardly think the bill is the out To LAt'Mdo PAITHONS AND OTHERS II
S : lit-irlnritni tomorrow the Home Rough and Dressed
%> of labor's representatives, !
i come Swre will Ins- at !4 p m. Sal'nrd..J'I FERTILIZER .MATERIALS
? but rather of some one who' is- attempting --_. I
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k l : to ride on labor's shoulders A pleasant and profitable Pine Lumber. INSECTICIDESFOR < I

still higher in the political world. .
a ... SALE BY- _
best maker in the
iw The most forceful editorial that strength '
? world is Quaker Oats; fend curiously
,pas come within our notice for.some enough it's the cheapest food HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY : _

;time was,, that which appeared inthe. M wen M the best. A family of four )QCQCJOCXJCj ClCCoo
J : ; .Tampa Tribune last Sunday under persons can enjoy a week* wholesome -
a '.r' strengthening breakfasts from ...
.. the caption "Pity Poor Flori- Sanders Fertilizer Company. Jacksonville Fla.
' { a single package of Quaker Oat for .
ak %.tygyNM ---' 'N1 '.MNNf .
da. It is a lastingdisgrace to the pl 17 llL1"
leee than the conof a single breakfast 5
'' i -5 5
: ,' state that the jyst claim of Mr. of Uuvusnal, heavy and greasy kind.
< ,- 'l Wailes has not long ago been paid. Ask 'for Quaker Cats in tine. It School Supplies I Ii 1

"f vi ''and the debt of $30,000 due the keeps fresh and sweet indefinitely.I . I NOTICE
UI I -- i
State Fair Association
; is just as ftj

K'qf ,.; binding. on the state, and the pres- I :M t\ 1 LI..U\.; ; JR.. i AND TABLETS 'ii j !

:, .
ent legislature will fail in its
O.\H\i \ I'uui.ic/ . / To reduce stock in order to make room for my summer j !
,t S'w .If it adjourns without making pro- i-ki ::)Ll'hr LA'Cl.b.' \ i EXAMINATION TABLETS i stock of spring goods we will sell our entire lot of Silk at i\
]k vision for their payment.t heal, r alae : \
t -- : : ,, OSCEOLA HIGH SCHOOL. 'i O e-"alf Original Price.
'1. The Tampa Tribune jumped on .. 'rORID"r "
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4 :the Valley, Gazette with both feeta
few days ago, calling this paper Hare yaa. Defected your KldueIT Have Will sell Woolen Dress Goods at ACTUAL COS OR. '-

.an ignoramus and other bad and you. overt trou'* >rtft-U,"v M lui yOur your nr\ou kiilu fNIK< sjitU-m! LlaIder'Hayr andHiiHitl I Comp'il I LESS for the next 50 days Cash'Only. Sj
..11 l..ti>H In .li'iM-\ H|<1< h.rtvr.dnnnd. Kissimmee Drug
i naughty names bepause we .inadvertently .Ulrt.r' H i .0n.' f1.l,!. .'ii.ea'.race of thoaoe lY e
. ..
. .(... ..>ll' 'ondbr, t... < I<.. frequentadwlr ''H. '
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mentioned:' the name toi ...r. H if > 11I1a.'Khl.. ..", i---
PWa wl lour.-y a l p.iiit.l.i, Prlcc&O. ixiltlUl C. STANFORD
Via' ''Spaniard in connection with the .'\ ,0. des t'h 1, ..."..,., -------- --------lII COMPANY
t "Black Hand" atrocities irr that -

T city. Now listen to the Tribune: Stomach Trouble.Your 1rr a r ;;:!2br>>s s r r r..r Yr3t 3 r ia JR .RONLY'
1?' ;"The Fernandina Record prints Kissimmee Wagon Works -- - --r

45 four extra pages, devoted to mforfnation tongue is coated. THE
concerning Pensacola and Your breath is foul

:it//>, its business interests. The Record Headaches come and Under New Management, with Thorough Experience and Up-to-Date
go. '
y' .j; ,is doing good work for the ''lively I Blacksmith, Wheelwright and Horseshoer. PurestDrugs

little seaport city." We submit -These symptoms show tha
All Kinds Blacksmith, WheelwnghfWork. and Horseshoeinga
stomach is the trouble. Ti
: dour .
1. 'that it is just as likely Spaniards Specialty. ..
4 be found the members remove the cause is the first thing
I. r ,would among ARE SOLD BV
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s .s'y. .of the "Black Hand Society" as and Ch&mberUIn's Stomach eat ALL WORK GUARANTEED TOZSATISFYj: .
,. '. Liver Tablets will do that. Eas
\ would de- ;
that a Fernandina paper

f..: '.Svoio. four pages to information concerning to take and most effective.: I Solicit Vo.r.Tr..s..s. .Oseeola Pharmacy

't/I i I' j ,f Pensacola. For, sale bv all druggists. Will Tract You Rlall' -. Q. J R. JOIINSTON erl
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The Klsslmmee<
I :, mob 19-tf among the well known Orlando PORTLAND MAINE CHILD
l Saturday South Florida Seninel. Method\ i.'fi I ,
tpa TELEPHONE NO. 11. Home 1 .. mounted and framed at the .. ,- .' i. GjjnfeH Ill, Weak and Bmaqlated; XLe- 8ULLOCK

;... Store .,
Messrs H. R. and .W. 'E. Ov street stored to Health by.Vlnol; .
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY]I IBY f: Doors aDd window screens made,,to {lave returned. from the east coast,' NOTICES 'Our little daughter, six years, o; age. "REAL ESTATE"
( .y, order at Barns' shop >, ,, .where they have' been engaged in ; : after a ...ere.attack; of the'' measles. .*'MVMm..MMmmn mm.... e

W. EI., AR"'la.':. Latest: styles fa Iadies'*slifrt waists, t rucking this spring, Thev report which developed into pneumoniA. wart: 'I'NSURANCEExamination
-( i ': ao H. C.?: Stanford Co. hat the! crops 1 In that section were out Rev. JU T.. Mitchell will 'p.eal\h'; a tth left, pitifully thin, weak and maclat-- "-

-11' _. r ? Home short by the eitreme weather, and e Methpdiit church at Shingle Creek .d. She bad too appetite, and her stomach -
w, OFFICIAL WfeATHER REPORT. White Store are agents for the that nearly. all the truckers.: lost next F.rtdv bfahthe, 21st.. was so weak it! could not rstala of Titles
Star.Laundry. Phone 154.Mr .
.Ii ,,_ temptmtura .for w ek ndlng Thun'. money.Capt.. -- food.. She lay In this condition for ,'I'
day. May 13. 1800., _W, L. Van Duzor has .returned" The Woman's Home Missionary Society weeks
; vMrs. and nothing" the doctor pr .
e and H. M. Nolle and
Specialty. *-
from will hold Its
trio to Philadelphia. monthly business
crlbed'did bit ?
a of and
'J children of New- Smyrna arrived here "e were .
Raio. meeting next Wednesday the
I MfilL Mint fall For all kinds of' fine repair work;, on Wednesday on their way to' Waco sonage. The ojUcers pf at the society par- beginning to think she would nerve'r -,, Correspondence Solicited) ..
- 'urnltureetc.gQJ.oJ3arns'i where they will cover..
job shop. spend several! 'weeks
;. - --,-- are as follows: !President, Mrs. W,

. i i i -Frida.. ......... .. ... .. //III e8eaurd&7 See that. your'piano tickets are numbered for too benefit of Capt. Nolle's health.Tpeyhave A. Myres; first. vice-president, Mrs. H. "At this time we commenced to glue
\ .... ... . ..# 62 tI6 ..1e8unday. ; 1t not return them at oncb for / beta stopping In, the city M. Pfann; second vice-president, Mrs. her yinol,and the effect was. marvel
..i R. ., :.... .. . ... .. 82 ., eD' .far \ exchange] G. W. DANN. far .few days with family of Mra.Nolle's .f. L. Beam", ; third. vtce-prestdent, 0 05. The doctor was amazed at boer
MoDdq.. ... ... .. .. tI6 Id brother C. W. Griffin.. : BargainsJn :
.- TuMel.y .... .. . .... 87 e6i Stove Mrs. H. N. Bratton; recording secreiary progress: and// when we told him we
"i .. ... . .. S5 66Thur.d.y ,. 11.00 wood delivered in town at Contractor N. F, Bass, through his Mrs. A. Z. Jarrell; corresponding were giving her Vinol, hi replied,''It a
...,,. ... per strand.jltttf .
81 fi8 .06 advertisement in this secretary Mrs. J. L. Moon; tres *l
KlSSIMMEE'LUMBElt CO. paper, has retseived I. a fine remedy; keep U .nph' W* did '
. - --, .:..........-- --Far! U a jium beCLoLioaTilriBsifrDai-per: _ trerDlriJyMcYhatter. :! ,. ."": "- '= ao;aad-.h.=reeovbrbd""ber:-i.lth'lId .jalL.k1nds..:::oi :ReaL: -Eatife":', ,. ,.;;. "
> \ Bale-li-root ftouse "large]loli. sons interested in the Old Soldier's Fire and Life Insurance andArmour's
16 orange trees, well located. S50.. Colony .at !St. Cloud into the priceof Rev W. A,. Mvres, who was out strength months before the doctor I

WKN'NNNIAVNI'aMM'a'1.k n. O. MEEK. lumber, cost of building, etc Quitea pastor, a or two ago and who is bought she could.J.. W.. Flagg, Fertilizers-: Renting a

Spend your money with us it. costs number of them express their Intention now evangelist for the Florida Cooler Portland; ,M r.: ? and Collecting _Rents aSpecialty.

i I THE LOCAL FIELD.kVXWWWWW no more and you May get a piano; for to build as soon, as the allotmentof ence, has been at home for two weeks. Vinel cures this because Taxes paid for

lJoth In 1:'. C. W. DANN. !lands is made with his family here' He was conduct.Ing in a natural manner It Increase Non-residents. .
r a' meeting at'White Spring* when the appetite tones up the digestive ...
Mr P. Newman, the Shingle reek Mr. S. H Bullock reports the sale he was taken sick, and he had to leave ._ .makie'rich' red blood: and
sawmill man, has again moved his of Miss Mallng's! residence In the west- its work. He.went to Orlando Thursday R. O MEEKKissimmee
N "' el'n portion of town to Mr. J. C. Miles strengthen every organ In .the body.
'ainily to this' place f from Modi, and where he will be operated on for .

Wade, tbe Tuner.! Orlando.. they are occupying the Watkins cottage of Pennsylvania by .his wife who, and Is they here will accompanied Inv appendicitis. The prayers of his many Sold bv KOBERs6N'S,\! PHARMACY, I Fla. ;
recently vacated by S. H. Cull. friends go with him that the operation --- .
iNew spring roods At H. C. Stanford" mediately take possession and moveIn. will be successful and that he will be ; t
\ ( '
Postmaster Frank Vans visIted
AgneW -
; i ,Miss Mating we understand/ expects '
Co. Capt. Trench at the hospital 'In i a Little later to return to her old restored to. health. W. L. DIIZOR ,
Orlando last Saturday and jffi
reports home I in
Dwellings for rent, apply to M. Enillalod. ,
that he is doing splendidly and fast Mrs. Wlnn entertained most delightfully The .GraystoneKI80IMMEF.
Tiller. recovering' from his recent operation. Mr. J. M. Wlllaon, Jr., has purchased the ladles of the two m'lslloDai'ysocieties 1

Doors and window screens made to from A. E. Donegan .a large last Friday afternoon at the PLA. "
order at Bains's Shop. The Valley Gazette Job office has body of fine muck lands at the head talent tea. She was assisted bv Mrs

just turned out for the Board. of'Trade. of the lake and is. preparing to haveit J. McPhatter and Mrs. Pfann In receiving REAL ESTATE ...

Nu naJly's candles fresh every weekat 8 very neat and comprehensive little cut up into five-acre tracts. These and in e..vlnlllces. and cakes. On Lake ..

the Kissimmee Drug. / Co. folder setting forth the advantages this lands, which are cleared. and ready ,Tohopekaliga.Punting rloh'T.' Shooting, '- ,. ik

,h Splendid assortment of dress gtng,:: section has to offer to the' homeseek- for f the plow, will be put on the mar Meeting of Horticultural Society. B ping. Givjf, Tennis, toque, -- "

-ha.m&tH. C. aDl-ord-C-o.--- ._ers 1 ket as soon aa the survey Is completed.See $_ : t'ri. ftlcet, Olftclr Golf, Hawball; KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA '
Mr. J. T Hancock"of Fort Meade his advertisement in this Issue. The Twenty-Second Annual Meeting 1'ra Shooting

For Sale-A good. pair. W.. of MlLl.kltj mules.J I county surveyor. of Polk county, aoione Col. Wm. B. Henderson. of Tampa of the Florida SLate HorticulturalSociety 'l'er ia: *2.5O) to *:.l.6O) "per day I \
of 'leadIDfl'cltlzens of his sec- one of South Florida's most prominent will convene at Daytonu on' t15 l to 1 per wl
Mr. Harry C. Sloan of Jacksonville Ion, was In the city on busipess Mon- citizens died at Dwlgbt, 111.,' Friday. May 18, 19. 20. 21. The meetings of / r : '
the Society have been growing InImpo..tance / TILLER
a M.
was In town Monday night dav and made this office pleasant morning, from pneumonia contracted
eau and Interest from year to To Our PJ lends" :
For all kinds of fine repair work on while there under treatmentforneryous and the Twenty-second meal the
i year meeting Come and try a at Teal
furniture, etc. go to Haras's job shop. Mr. J. C Grifilnandfamily. removed prostration. Col. Henderson was promises. to be no exception: to this hotel3.Wlt> meals 5Oc; 21 1 ( estate Agency. :
i Identified with of the Im-
to Kissiminee this week from Loughman many most # .
rule. meal ticket\ t10. 81
Ladles' ready-made skirts. In all) where they had been living for portant industrial banking, mercan- The railroads. have granted to the day Booms per .. '
styles and colors at H C Stanford
tile and real estate Interests of l ltQ
Co. the past year, and are occupying the South Tampaand members a rate of one fare plus 25 Realty bought and sold.
Tiller .residence near the Methodist FJorida. cents for the round trip and the hotels
: Mrs. H). L. Chapmen of Loughman Houses rented. |>
A. church.
Misses Maude Gilbert and Blanche are making a rate of from 91.00 i
i spent Wednesday shopping In the H. W. THURMAN Taxes paid and Titles verified a
w city. There will be services in the Chris.flan Lancaster have been adding Jo the to *-.00. The people of Daytona are ,tQ ,
."; church next Sunday morning and pleasure of the audiences attending preparing. entertain the members PROPRIETOR.Roberts tQ for non-residents.. ..
Mr. E. H. Westover'and. wife of Orlando evening l lieu. A. M. Chisolm preaching the moving picture shews at the operahouse with a steamer rldi'. on the famous Fire Life and Accident In-
were visitors in the city Tues furnishing excellent Halifax River also to them .i
at both services. Strangers i In by some give auto: surance. .
day. the city are cordially Invited tl .be music, the former. sinking some of the : mobile rides through the beautiful. tQ fl Indemnity Bonds. .

Wanted-To buy work horse. Apply present. latest songs! while the latter accompanies avenues surrounding the city. .Niemeyer Co. :
to JAS %V. LILLY a her. on the piano. Manager Besides the attractions that the Day t,..iF iP HIP _"11"9'9'\
Park Hotel. For Kent-Seven-room house furnished Gilbert is also showing some splendid toga people can give, the members .
for. the summer; electric lights pictures these evenings and those whoare'not can enjoy all pleasures. that a beautiful !. NOVELTY WORKS -JRO

A; Mrs.. .1. M. Gardner. returned this water bath, and all conveniences; located attending are missing a lot of beach can furnish where both fishing ERS't.IVERWOR., wRTA

week from a visit' to her daughter at Ip center of business portion ol fun and amusement. i and bathing can be enjoyed between Scroll anil Turned Work AND CANOrlALAQUA ,

s Cairo Ga. town Apply to W. G Hankins/ at the meetings Factory la eqOippad with the naeeaaary For tho Wmuluuiur t <> u< lough: Coidu..
; Kissimmee Drug Co. Mr.. L. H. Farmer lessee of the interested Florida machinery. and la in charm of Mr R. L. Asthma nrt\Brnn\ hltli and all Lsagoomplal.YknAlur ,
For Sale Oil \ good Any person in
vertvpewrif[ county convicts, went down to Keystone Roberta, a thorough mechanic, which has to conatimi'Um. *. LlYerwort. Tar sad
sewing machine, cheap and on easy General and Mrs. J. H. Savage Park yesterday to carry Harvey can become a member by remitting guarantee of work being well don; and Wild herr*. have for ar e'* mantalned* '
it term.. R O. MEEK; stopped over here a few days this week Philips who plead guilty to wife des. fit CO to the Secretary ..ahich. will entitle delivered when .,.bfl.h..rl \pnutfnn! a* a Murdard. coo
I with Rev. them to a certificate of membership emedy. 1 It nWua DO opium or barm '
and ilrs. 1' J. Mitchell prnf.e&P
on ertion at the last term of the nn se I ran with lafatr to
Use Plank's Chill fonc.| Guaranteed. county
';", Price 7.5 cents Sold by all- the way to their. home in Alabama court, and place him in the turpentine and ,a ropy of the proceedings Grits. Meal and \ iles Ii ((10, d only by Oweola Pharmssy-= .r' ii
when bend.l.00 E O
from published to
Alva' at which latter. place they "-
camps of Hall & Bigham to whom he r,
:t druggists.. ullT-8 have a winter. home has been sub-leased. Mr. Farmer'sconvict Painter. Secretary. Jacksonville and GRINDINGS ON SATURDAYS '.

1t Tickets will be all be sure to send it at least three days -- High Your CO plexion
on piano given on as
is so small at
Mr J. gang
A. Moore of Bartow visited present Factory. located north of School
before. the (list dav of the meeting.
." accounts paid between now and June his son, J. R. Moore, here this week that-it. doesn't pay him tohire a guard. / building alongside :Midland Railroad. 'renderedmiserable
- - -- - i It l
ln C. W. DANN a* temper
Mr. Moore is a prominent truck grower and he was afraid Philips might escape '

; Mr S. H. Bullock sneut Monday ,at Barlow\ and was very favorably In Honor of Class of 09. by disordered '
'r and Tuesday looking after business impressed with the advantages offered On Friday( evening' :Mr Martin DR. LESLIE W, WEEDON a :
Capt. Eugene Bryan returned last ...
matters in Tltusville. the practical farmer by this sec O'Berry entertained the members obis liver. Bjr taking Chamber. '
week from Annapolis, where he recent ,
tion. class, the senior class of Specialist-Eve, Ear
present ,
Earl Minx( is up from Tampa, where ly U>ok the examination for entrance
be is attending a business college on My I ollice will hereafter be located to the Naval Aoademy, having. .re- the'Osceola) High School, with allaunch\ Nose and Th-oat''..... lain'* .*..Stomach and Liver fI

a visit to his parents oa the second Moor of Fraternity Hal I calved the appointment from Senator ride.The ,
ana will be open every Saturday Milton party, including Misses Maud Tablets can improve f
Mrs.. B. F. Hall returned to her Hours 8 to 11 and 1 to 4. tte'some>xamlnatlon.months both&!'al Eugene Alford, Berta Bryan Ruth Butler, Private Hosoital A nerpin; Na- you '
says and
I j '. home at Alva yesterday after. a visit P G. WHITE, ohysical are very rigid, and that out Marie Huddleston, Cornelia Morrisonand tional Ban1 Builqmg, Tampa, both. They cleanse and invigorate t
-Wltb relatives and friends. here.For .
r. Optician and Refraction. Of 85. who wet'e examined with him Alleeo Moon; and Messrs. Martin
Sale-A ram, capable of pumpIng Mr Chas Carson, Jr., who is 1 1t in only 22 have been accepted He passer l O'Uerry and Albert1'1..
dock shortly
MO gallons of water,to a height ot t creditably his mental city eight In the"Emeline" '
charge of his father's large sheep interests .very examination -
.. 50 feet ID 24 hours.. Apply at this oface. was up from the range a few and the judges now have his phys. Dann, in charge.with. the After venial a owner delightra. Mr.' T ;'ft. RIVERS, /Al) D,. improve the' digestion ,nr

.. days this. week. He states ,that the leal under consideration. -,- . '. \ is

; Mrs.. Wilson and two children of shearing season ta now on and. that he ,Died, at the Lake 'House on Wed ride lee.and, during chocolate which bon 80nll'Slames bons/ were., stor'en- PHYSICIAN AND .SURGEON For sale by all druggists,

,,, Bartow have been visiting! : the family has already shipped about 10,000 nesday last. Charley Tracy 'oi ed the landed '
SOD jo at r.
/ party Office rt>sceolit PhHrmacy/ ,;1 ,;
1\\:" of,. herstreet. ,sister, Mrs, W,.. S. J.. Oyer,- pounds of.wool. Mr. and Mrs. John . ov. ., ,. : :
, ".. ;, Tracy of the Jug and the host Have you seen the latest Singer t improvements' . Creek'section. The deceased had !Seen cake. -- PHONES: ."t Residence 154f : : : ;

Mr. and !Mrs A. E. Drought returned In machines? Their No. here under medical treatment for the The return trip was a fitting close of f Ollice 148 ATTORNBY-AT-LAW./

if home Tuesday night from a 68, with the Wheeler & Wilson attachment past five weeks, and though everything an evening of enjoyment. Office in the .Court House'-KissimnTee. -
is the perfection in sewing that medical { J. \V -)lMPSOI'
I: weeks' visit to Jacksonville and bav- ma- skill, combined ------- Dl .
annah. chines. Positively .runs without effort with a mother's tender nursing could League.The Florida..

W Cash or. on lime, at the. Home do to restore him to health was unstintingly Auencan Woman's DENTIST.Upstairs Lbe' *"
Chas O'Berrv .returned. this week Store. Call and see them administered. he gradually local chapter of the American With whom will assiiclntvd> ID i

from Naranja.. where he has been assisting declined until the end came as stated Womans' League met Thursday after in Katz Building. trial} of. ciiutoN
his brother Jim. In the truck. Mr. O. B. Howse' ot Ocala, who has above. The remains were carried to noon at the\Grayswne. comparison l m. o 12 m. MMHS''V Warlow, of p !
J" log/ business. been spending several weeks down on Jug Creek for interment in the OP'FICE. HOURS: f ? fc 1r
/ family of reports showed some progress/ made : to 530p: m. Orb"ido I
the looking after his large
Horace Frier, son of Kev' O J. tie interests range. and cat few bury Ing round. The president re"ad in detail the plan Telephone No. 76 Jun 6. lvr
Frier former oT .list up spent a for erecting of chapter houses. The -- -- -- - ------, ( :
a pastor Itai,
tpe days in town :hls week He and hispartner ------ -- ors
i church in this city, is here on a visit ladles are encouraged. to believe thata
.. Mr. K. L Lesley, left for. the OFF FOR DENVERJudge .'
.J to old friend I this morningFor chapter house of the second class is L
range again
I not beyond their reach if afew more fiTrrfyin
1 Have just received an importation o.y' ( I Sale-An unusually good pony of Kl lmmee's ladies will become In- W. L WINN: :
crocke..vware. that is well worth your. 14 hands. excelleut for riding and driv Parker Leaves Tomorrow terested. Such a club house would be

I trouble to see. Let us show it to you lag safe for children, perfectly soup d an object of pride as well as pleasureto PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
The Home Store. and nice looking the of Mrs to Attend 'Presbytery. the whole community. '
; property
........ bast bsawe wyes?
LOST-S. &: W. special .38, about e- K.1: Nelson I"ell. who thoroughly recommends Judge G. F. Parker, who was electedat The ladies, of the W. C T. U. are. REBIDENCB PHONC m K. ., (b.refalrwg is Saw.appiy.fiasi r,
d him. Address P. A. Invited to attend Orric FBOMB V7 !vaunt, a.tedsadrats. Ton r.,so 11.tof ,
Inch barrel in leather case, bright gun, Vans All'Atty the last meeting pf the Florida especially the next ------ - -----
a little rusty. 115 ..reward, If left atMiller's new, KJssiramee, Fla. 6.14-4t State Presbytery a commissioner to meeting Wednesday afternoon. at hal r eia'asoM.-ar urnatup. a.of t M'
t' barber' the General past at the Gray. stone. W. W. CARSON, D. D. S. buss__W eoo.t wat sssd stew.
shoo. Mr. A. L. Davidson, who has a Assembly, which convenesat foy A.o.rl.S. yj
t{, with the Denver. Colo. on ,May 20th, 'wlll 1 DENTAL PAftLORS astaryrow w.wn4 roc rM a..,.
Mrs. R. B. Mitrtlell of Homeland contract County Commissioners leave .a.w ov fa fwd Aao..l lt,.
arrived yesterday and will spend sometime for laying a cement sidewalk t in tomorrow accompanied by his Barbecue and Fish Fry. RIVERS BUILDINO: wra.wD. ,
front of the court house' ana also the daughter, Miss Mabel, for that city s oo. :
here visiting the family, of heron They will via Jacksonville Arrangements ate now being mad OVER 08CEOLA PHARMACYOffOt .
Rev. J. T Mitchell. length,: of the court house block along go Way M \
//r to hold a big barbecue and fry a t
cross, Montgomery St. Louis and
Emmett streejt. has begun work on tin. Boggy creek b..idge.on. Friday May 8 TO 12 MOM.. a *
Capt. J. E. Moseley of Gotha spent job and will soon "have it completed. Kansas City. After adjournment o, \ HOURS ., TO 5 !.. r
a few days in this section this. week, the Assembly side trios) rave been arranged 28th ..
surveying out a large tract. of land Clerk. of the Court A. E. Donegan foe from Denver to Pikes Peak, The Valley Gazette Is .requested b v HEALTH AND VITALITY
for prospective buyersMr. has purchased the old Keller cottage ColoradoSprtncs.Leadvllle, Manitou,. thr committee In charlZ'e'to' extend a I MOTT'. .....".alas, P11.1.5 BLISS' k ''r

in South Klsslmrnee, which was con Cripple CreeK, Arrow and to points. cordial invitation to the public to attend The great Iron and tonic restorative for man
A. A. Futch of Fort Meade damned the and enjoy the festivities of the and women produce strength and vitality
city council Into Utah
I by some time B and New Mexico, all of builds up the Bynt m and renews the nnriua i
r spent last Saturday. and Sunday here I ugo, and Contractor N. F. Bass li I{ which Judge and Miss Mabel will take day.There vliror' For sale by dmgfrlut or by rant: f 1.00 pay: FORSPRING ;
visiting his sister, the> popular High now wrecking: the old structure anc Returning they will cross the Great will be horse racing, dancipj' box. 6 boxes for .> M>. Hold 00)7) by Daces! .. *

. School. teacher. by that name. : converting it into a modern bfingalbw. -Divide and come 'bv way of Pueblo and other amusements, and a general Pharmaer, <:!

M Miss Irene Fuller. returned. to her I, The voting contest of the through Kansas back to St. Louis! good time is expected. 5-14-2 -- ILLS "
Tampa ---
-I': A borne at Altamonte Springs this week Times closed on May 10th, and Miss ..thence through Louisville Knoxville, Osceola 'j ,;
i after .a pleasant visit here with the Mary Bryan Mrs Morrison'. sister, Asheville-Land of the Skv-Henderon Teachers Examination.An County"Abstract> 'ii

,4 family of Mr. A. E. Niemeyer. was awarded third prize. a scholarship ille< Columbia Savannah and on1)a.cir examination of applicants for Springtime is sicktime.> ._'

t -- For Sale-Five-room cottage in de in the Tampa Business College. :Mrs. to {1 almm8f!'. .j teachers' certificates. will he held at t Purify_tJie.blood--cleanae. '.

i sirable ..ealdenceportlon of Kissimmee Morrison requests,u* to--extend her all They places expect of interest to make'short btops a t the court. house In the town of Klsstm. Company the System-by the simple i

--t tarf! -iot-and good well of water. tbanka-to her many friends here who and will along the route mee city, beginning At U a. m.Tuesday and-effective-
be ----- herbs
ARTHUH E. DONEX AN. assisted her. in securing votes for her probably gone about six June 8, 19O9) Applicants will hrin. -- roots, i
f sister. weeks during which time they will l ink and legal alstbe g G. P. GARRETT, Manager.Real and barks contained in !
:: I pens; cap paper; _.
,. Mr. C. ,V.Vard, secretary of the travel about 8,500( miles. fee of 91. --- -
United Land "Co., left Tuesday nigh Sheriff Prevail returned on Wednesday \v. J. SEARS estate 1 1t

for Philadelphia where he will open from Marianna, where he had Garden Spot of the Earth.Mr. Supt.: Pub Instruction Titles examined and reported. ont BLISS *
fie summer, returning here next fall been to enter Jas. 'Eh omartle ( K&Jb Taxes paid) for non-residents HEMThe
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Gem ), the negro. boy who was convicted . and Mrs.. Z. Barager. Weez, Instruments relating to real estate
I! Get your school supplies from the of burglary. at the recent term o f Idaho, arrived, in Kissimmee last week Reduction in Mi:llnery. carefully drawnCorrespondence. *

Kissimmee Drug Company. They tile circuit court, in the State reformschool. having been attracted here by the proposed ]In order. to close/ out my spring and cost is but a half-a-

r carry a full line and If they haven' 'Sheriff Prevail. was aopora. Old Soldiers' Colony at St summer stock, 1 am offering hats another Solicited. cent a day to rid the bloodof ii

\ what you want, will order it for you soled as far as Lake Butler by his Cloud in which'they have invested' millinery at bargain prices ftlr; the poison that causes ''

t We little' daughte-/ who visited relative They are for the present stopping with the next two weeks This Is a bone I Boils
have a really good Kimball -Pimples and other
piano. Mr. and Mrs O W. Best but It 4-
-- make for eEthat place until his return. I tide reduction sale and it will pay you Sprigg FlemingCLEANING
sale. This is without their Intention to purchase or builda to investigate Skin Eruptions. 200 Tab-
t doubt a bat'gain. A *JOO( instrument. Manager Gilbert has secured.
as I a residence of their own in KUslmmee Miss :MATTIE lets for $1.00. A Guarantee
for $150 if sold at once. The Home special attraction for his perfo..mancetomQI:1WW i a little later. As soon as the alignment

i Store. : night ( Saturday. ) John of property'at St. Cloud is made Our) elstercity ot Stanford is Jre'par.Inll to cure or money back.

t. Architect W. B. Talley. was here nv* Sims, the premier black face their son will come down' And sagas for a big Fourth of July celebra- PRESSING Ask for a Bliss Almanac ,

f: from Jacksonville this w"ek In consul artist, who will entertain. the audience In farming at that place. .!.Mr Bars tion. ..4 and learn about this
DYEING fully
14' tation with the building committee regarding with monologues and coon songs He gar was a pleseaot-taller at this office .
the completion of the new will also. show four thousand leet of yesterday and expressed' himself as VANS AGNEW REPAIRINGLeave old-fashioned remedy.

High School building. / moving' pictures and MilS Maude. Gil l- highly pleased with this section aud P.A. Made by BLISS in Wash
I bert will sing "When The) 're Bring also with the outlook for the colony --

;r; Wheeler Singer &Sewing Wilson's Machine, and all, and machine also ins In beautiful the Corn"slides Illustrated with elgh In his own language/ he has found := I ;onrRV AT LAW. . .. . . word ai" my house and clothe ington, D. C. / \ ,
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;''J supplies for sale. at teen evenlnc of "the garden spot of the earth. On .J WAND 1- will be called lor. and returned. ,
the Home Store. I entertainment. small NOAARY PUBLIC
Lash rare at a price i Is behalf of of the citizens of Klsslmmee FOR SALE BY k. J
1 or Installments Everybody can assured all who attend Admission the Valley Gazette. ejctendq these good r ,
; afford! to buy' a. machine.
10 and 15 cents. people a cordial. welcome. KISSIMMEE FLA Satisfaction
Guaranteed J. W: HAMPTON, ,>1

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+ + ;, Captain Clay Johnson, Sr., Captain. Clay Johnson.' J#. {I.

Pi j7 ii' ,t eb! Rec'1tlu v, .ekly tripe. "to Bassln&,er s'*d.foturo.' .Roieada ltare"' "IC1i i...". .., ':

,, :'e ," ... Tuesday morning an4'ani vel KHiUnme Friday evening '__ ,4. ,,I

Special Charter Trips to Lake .OkeeaSobe and Fort Myora on ta.,LUU7 "I.
) r;. 1 '41'tI Comfortable accommodation for passengers. Rites teiiontbl*. ...1\. '
The most-picturesque Waterway U Tloridaroe 'it.

Passenger.. and Freight: Rate apply to _' .. ,J

CLAY JOHNSON. SR.. proprietor,

. On board "Ullle..1Cisslmm., FUOB ,1
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srI t+ a't I-We: Do Job Printing | II .

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J ThI.-t is. ono of the several! runtl< erectd' ut enormous expense by the! "Mad

,. King Hb'.x rnvaitnni' '' WIK: ,o great' 'hat only recently, twenty .

?. .: __ yours aft"r. .Ii4s d.It'h. have hleI.i< his been finally paid _' = -1! Of All Kinds. 2

The iuidV For llnire aft Hunt.Ml I loIIJth' Jlumllliiir/ Fur Thief.A >>

It J ('''II'"II'' -; '"!''II W.I- lU'ilRIMl: , 'solinggirl of /fifteen. Mlle

11"g f'\ as guide aiiii HI.i' I IK' i '1)l! :Mi, /Ituu.si1velrs I Yionncor.. !I'I1I1In: the Rue Po- We Can Please You. .
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I :. t < jravan ni I : r hunting' ,'xJlt'dlI trclhWjiK taking! for a, walk her dog g

; which sli" holil.liy I a 1'lllher strap.

I .r,' I." ,. ., ....,"-..,.,..:....,;,. ....,' ..,.0/.,,' tin nth IT day when a man who had .

.ii IHM-II I'nllowlni, her suddenly cut he( . I" 1.\lI" ICe' u" ". lit II.'W: lPrl. 1Cori.!
r 1.I rap filth\ a luiifo and ,picking" up the ... .. . . .. .. .. eeie 1.'artPtt' \ "-" ----- ------- ,',
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'jrt.iW*.Vw, a Ir fV 4.f ---- -- - duslipd off.! -

K:>iliifxsf i; >s of the scent pursued GRANDMA'S ( IMt.llSKS- ; :: ll4;>n-VKI/r.; |: : 'ION SI\YKIt.: 11 Kt; MTSIUK: l : ISitll-l: \

t thiihlil.. whom they ha, '
T.lMi \n- wtirTni7' throw llo"Tlo,,* under 'i --- ---- ----- -- -- -,
j IYTEDTCTNEFor onS..n.. tin nut' lire" jflllT. t ''
j New; Yolk Cil.i Krni'Kt" Th.'p' <
I 1' wlicclof a imsslnR! auto..)lie Inthe f
: Food Tl < tu' 11te11 i Kiiuiprinz 11'1.11 u Im. nnil I fad) I lliHl
KmKiichorhoiiart.. Tho animal D,..*.ntry, Diarrhea, "umm.r Complaint' Karl IIPWH of Ml I velt'h" ban "it Mont hail, been brought 'lo (he H|>|| "
lode instantly killed and while :' other stomach ""nhlt.. of Infanta, children sod tI
4 Af' via It*. Put up in 3 On. and '3r. bottlt*. ProductsLiBBTTS 11.| } and) had bee euilitisiahlinlly: received. "Mr: UooseMll'K -
alpv' '. who had faint '-from 1111"1 GRA'.tl".1t: MKDICIMC: !' ('O.. | .'xiirillUim..Uil. the. wilier, ""holll of great: : vnlno. MeI t
nl !i'ltiK her 1.I's'fale, was ..(' r. O.J1U3.. '.* -. I'IIV'IIK: I I I" spleimmMiurpptcl, ( for 1111'01'1: and hair with hlm-t wo of n,<- --t tj
at' a local pharmacy) the thief waa'cap- j best!' iinliirallits' in America' I hope In- will hill many lions. fir II 1.
liiiIM| iiini roughly; handled liv the JUST LOOK'AT THIS ], they me \1'111111 In that pail of ,\iii. .t. :Mi, IZnoseM-lt: ,, I la aplen-I I '

,.nludIfo. waa handed O\'PI'.Io 1hfpiniii EVAPORATEDMILK ] did<1 shot. and should do well .
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' "- bat refused reveal his Idrntll -
v -Le!! FlKuro.lion '$5.oo For Round Trip $5.00 ,

I Io. Ituilil Rural Telephone. I.liu-x. Atlanta to Jacksonville, Fla., Contains double the Staggering Statistics as to the Annual Loss of the Poor !

KMTV: farmer knows the value,, of a I and Return via Nutriment and None of 'Reason
of Fraudulent Weights and Measures J
1\'lnlp In i'hllllUllolI I ti-li phone lint nioKl of tlioni think' It the by ,
Injurious Bacteriaso
nqulii', an "Xpert' to pill uj| a JI.VHtini. AtlantaBirmingham&AtlanticRAILROAD. .
tlbn In Kai Afriia and 1 all.' "iiihthtt",
and ()tilt n fewknow how easy often found in So-
1.1'l made irrepara'ion, h''''1 ilu -sinri lie II is to orKaiitii1. a ronipnny and linilil It Amounts to $20,000,000 a Year in New York State Alone

f 1 tfl an expert( 'en. M na1: urnllst h.-s:; mild-: a ,ilii" which will give good< T\ICP at The Line With the Electric-Lighted called Fresh or Raw' ..One Consignment of 60O.OOQ Berry Boxes

', n !nod> ,'rate \cost. V..bal.d Train. Milk. I Found Short Measure.
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"" TinWestern t Kli'ctrlc' Company has Tleknts will be sold for trnlrn leaving

perform' II 1 a I'<.al Hi'rvlce" .. to the coo it- Atlanta at H\ OU a. in. and 8 SO p. tn.. 'ell...- The of f'

tri b.] loinplliiiR'; n booklet which daL May IHIh. good lo return. live dove use Llbby'a' Albany N YPoor people In t thlcState ]pal/ 'Huse, the .customer I lecelved nlnoiiiul
from dale of ...It.. Qo and enjoy youmtlfIn
i- #Rrr tells UK-), "how" and "" by' of telephone the metropolis of the Peninsula 8mt.. Insures Pure, Rich, who ha\. I li: hay theii. fund. 1 oil,'-'Ighlh\} | i.-lit,1' worth Instead
lint' construct. Ion. 111M not Full Information cheerfully furnished at Wholesome supplies! In small quantities\ wen1 I cif the !twelve\ cent*' worth tor which 11

I nindi'' up of fi, t*.'rl<>s of RlltterliiK fenpralitlfs. city tli-kHt offloB, 70 IVK'-btrne SU\ Phones/ , Healthful robbed, of aholll SII.lIlInn\)11: \) IL.1 lie JIIII
.but! Instead!' gives definite lafouiiaiion. fell Main 11. Atlanta 223. Milk that is Superior in year bv leason 01 l snort weights' mid itiniinnes IIH lollowh H
i nllibow W. H. I.F.M1Y General Pa..'r An"nt. email measure, iiccunljng' to an <>M-| All klmls of trlcki' are used! by !J
It to construct
,C'HAS. PATTON. Traveling I'ms'r ARt.VT. Flavor and Economical mali' miide by Fill lleictimnnn, SlainKiiperiuteiKlniil ,dIsloiif-M) niercli-nnts, Those mer- ,.
'Iehune\, IIn.'. howvt i install! llnInitriiiiiciit > .
n ) n't. iif \VuiilitH,, utulMeasiires j.hantnvlu; >- me" not illulinneHt ill" !'"- ,0
A 8TUKXH.\ ltv Passenger Ar"
and connect thin .to th' ( in Cost. : Of that loss about $ \\11- ,tidally may hate: funhv<'" 01 lin'i "

l1.a line the material! 'needed 1 anti the LONG DELAYED PROPOSAL. IOll.IIIIIII'01l1l", ; from the 'people\ in N''WYork |1'rr"(1 i t measiire.s, ol wlil. h they know

. t Ubby'a EvaporatedMilk CitIn spite iif the niiiniclpnlbureau I mulling' : bei aii-i'' they: me" not! tesleilThe .

,' French Story of Not In Bououet That of ,1'\hl"\ and measures, of lonvii, ,r a net' of Kt'aleT is lined the
t z ,, Wa for Yearn Unanswered. is the Purest, vlioetiuinn) head Slllierlntenilent. |ItPlih- WOlSe II' I lietnlues for, She. "rilhlomer'inli '
Freshest I ha not' II'n i IIlIIpIiIlWIIWf'Th" _.> It Iv test. Ilan'l I ; I ,ieialred|, |II!'U' "
HOW TO BUILD RURAL One of the longest delayed| propoBall! High grade .
"pI111..u! 'the :n 'utt' in" 'iihaiit neveri" \] ask ,"
i '{IIITELErNONEIJNESNsr -on record Is related In a French storyof Milk Obtained from Selected | |nn<,pl", \\ holn><,' most' I through,. a""t'I I it t II" but 'to pat fl.ex fur !

t ... '- Iahy young sub Jtern' who \\r\p\ fiiultv: lit I/htsiinu, iiii'iisuri-s.\ . he Ue- 'Iliat "tPsi' tittle?* hln iiihtoiiierH. om- Ii
1 t -: ftEr : ordered away: tai the wars. Not; daring Carefully Fed liniil., ".ire the \r-rv poor, who. hate plain ol hi"O", ; \\'. In muni' towim :P

--- to speak he sent a rdsoguy of Cows. It is to I hllIII htnall Humilities This State' tin-re IK the I leissieni.' \ in inherit the'iriinlripal

yellow roses to the girlie loved: witha pasteurizedand In so far behind. Its' urlgl\inn's that II s"III"l'lIf weights !mid mejisn .,
u ) "" then iialin-Hllv becomes the dunipinKground : res, bus a salary: and collects feeswhlih "
.. = Whoa ou the Veldt. I little note Inside ''bei-Klllp; her. If Evaporated, of short weight and slior.ltiicusure BO: Into the city treasury In .

t _ f' "he returned bas love, to wear-one' of (the water taken out) goods| lluaslu. which we' others, again I there In a straight salary -
ed numerous! parties la Africa, and :) the flowers In'her breast that Bight; consider a barbarous country! Is so basis and no charge Is made fop .

.v baa c lJ'Uctedlpec men. for the British h',(, at the fcall! She *ppeared"wlthout It? I.. filled into Bright, New. I much hettftr governed thnn.Xew York tents In some cities there la a-rlsld-, '

Museum In various, countries. t and the went! away broken ..hearl...!'. ,;Tins, Sterilized and Seal. II State In respect to its weights: nd InsjiecUon; !in others absolutely none.

r- ."-.,.-.__- Years afterward, wflien be -was atame measureii, aa to make ita blush. had CoiMlltioiiM lii Hyrnrusp. )
_ red Air Tight until''You'Neetfit. . Primarily 1 I the reason for this. great "\Vb.went to Syracuse a time.ago "1 by
RIdling Footl>all* TOO Years. : old General, 'te again met his of cMitoraerii ly de'alera Is '' '
'' defraudlliR found conditions'
1. apd horrible pl'e'T'i
Thequaint Shrovetide custom of t } old len'e. now awhile''hiLtred' widow, ... not dishonesty. In Superintendent vailing. There was a municipal .deimrtment -
4 kicking a football through the public' 2.' One day his old sweetheart gently asked i I Kelrhmann's opinion 'but the Imporfret of weights 'and measures,

ro thoroughfares was observed In the him why he ''had never married. Try LIBBY'S ; lane which leave each munlHIialltv with a Fitlurled head who said lie

rI ; market town of AthffktoiiH, the old ..rrp'IIfi "Ma
teadquarters 'ut the halting Industry. / 7/lY'' sternly "you aught to know, best. If /n'entts Ii with m"rel\ general: Biipervlnlon\ m his predecessors never had done
o *o ..., handlcanped State'
)i of Warwh:kahlre! .)'(,8\erda\ )'. For you had not refused to answer that the \pint of. sadly allykul Htiyllilng but draw their salaries.
Thus dealers In one
good it it.Ubfcy department 1'Idagswer, sllrredup; this superintendent -
snore than 700 years the practice has cost. In short it tells you what you note In the 'bouquet of yellow roses I 'plying retailers In sonic other ( iiy
1 'been' was made to see the error of
'r religiously observed. Documents should know In a simple and interesting might have been! a haippler ina n." "The with different I I regulations us lo his ways a couple of deputies wen

exist to prove the origin. of way. This publication\ \ \ is handsomely note In the bouQuet" she rApled.wlnl' 3j>o UcNtlll weights and measures or perhaps added, to his staff.' Now that sameuia11
the custom on Shrove Tuesday In the illustrated and the WesternElectric pale. s. UbbyOHIOAO negligent Inspection or no Inspection\ \ I Is one of the most active and

year 1200.-London Standard.' ) Company",who are the largest She opened an old cabinet and took Mi IK O may tinlnlent \onally perpetrate would n bent men In the State He tells inn
"i1. \ fraud which tWo' telall dealers that his working day is limited to
of and telephone
manufacturers telephones out. from a drawer a' shrlve-lled bouquet '
pads along or 1 Ifitennlfv."To / eight hours but that he wants towork
... The electric motors on the New In the world will '
.. apparatus of) what 'had been yellow roses he 8I1r.;" lir. Relchmann\ continued
overtime In getting after violators
York, Edition system aggregate 205S7S ,- mall the book free to any person who amongwhose leafless! stalks lurked a II "there la mach dishonesty of the law and does It. I went

horstf-power. is suf\cl..ntl'lntl'rpsled\ to write for It. wrap of paper yellow with age. "See! I deliberate and lnt ntional. In every Yonkers. some time ago, and there

t - I never had your note" she said, hold- : H Thompson'sEyeWaterLove large; city and nVnnV. small one, and was hardly. a straight weight or pro- ,

.1-; rASYI I Ing the 'bouquet up. 'If I had I would it Is to guard nsaliVat this that the per measure In the town. Now they
::: fancied." I your neighbor, not in that sealers of weights nn< measures haveto have a good inspection there and the
It .
not have answered *" you ' seltconcelted'way :"that many love watch constantly. \ merchants are running pretty much! 1J"t
4 ': "Tfcen answer it now, ald the gallant I'
themselves. Berry hoses 8liort\Men\ ure."I on the level.
, :;;..---- old soldier. And the/ long delayed t'< '- of 600- "But it's so easy to beat the game
:%; "" : stopped a consignment
x. "" ,%: -: "'" ,ip'ropoaal was accepted at last.- Itch cured In 30 minute.. by Woolford's boxes to New Ofork City the How many customers know the differ
; :%" 000 berry
:. Unitary Lotion. Never ftili. At drugip.rU. ..nre-lIetw..en dry and liquid measure
y' :- :.. : London Telegraph. other day from one of lour up-State
1 - -- - SunerlntenUJant added ? Yet if a grocer! sells a quart of
.. #-: ;,; NOT DRUGS GETTING WEIGHED.One 'cities, the lima beans 'say. In IliquId quart
: ?'... ....--i' 'They were short measiiteVThe con
fJ<: Food Did It. signor said they were too \Ised for measure, he's stealing about fifteen
4 s .../;'!-I' C9 j: Patron Whose Motive,Might Have thi 'wngon trade.' \ V per cent. It's very easy. for him to

1 After using laxative and cathartic Puzzled Any Weighing Machine. The staggering stntigtlrs! wplch. heproduced undersell competitors a cent or two aquart'
a e '
? on that basis, and thus he
-e+ total al Inca
4 medicines from childhood as to the> ann
\ a case of If the weighing mukohlncs that stand and\ mea drives them out of business or InlnhIli
-chronic from fraudulent
and apparently Iacurable'coriatipatipn
around In public places with mouth were compiled by taking' twenty own habits A. butcher cay
yielded to the scientific food, iires several I shoots of his
ever open for cents could' talk odd foodstuffs. the average proportion of keeps paper on
";, drape-Nuts In a few days. scales. The '
and the department' tests paper ; perhaps
laVa could they tell of the many loss found by
"From\ ) early childhood 1 suffered yV-arly an ounce or an ounce and a half. Itdopsn't
rj s. that their and the nveraReconsumption
z : varied people "step upon
with such terrible ,constipation that I articles chosen. I make much difference on a
of the twenty
had to use laxatives continuously go- p'-itforms--of the stout lady who steps "They were twenty iivf-raKO, Votnmodlties ton-pound roast but on a half pound r.

t .4ak lag from one drug to another ahd suffering down wltih a smile glad that she hss flour. bread, meats ga. or 'pound of meat for the poor woman .
F out of 300. of t'he stout beans and It tells h..l1ylIAnd spring scales-
t more or less all the time. loft one pound butter, coffee tea sugar, .
"A gentleman'yrho furfiet because be has the like" said he. "Those Hsilres" there are as ninny ways to manipulate -
ak : prominent physician whom I ----
> LtrV .rl them as there are makes of
conservative. If anyll) ns;,
consulted told me the muscles of the gained one of the slim gentleman too are scales.
her .
be .a
would larger
digestive organs; were partially parajyied who steps nip with a forty: pound the amount "All our neighboring States have

,\:4 1.. ( i and could not perform their'' In M* hand and Is astounded to then| To smaller.take one example. lie estimated good: laws. Canada, on our northern

to ) .' / 1 work without help of some kind so I 'I find hlmaqlf gaining weight so rapidly that on dried beans the on- border', has probably the most rigid;

/ have tried at different times about ,i of the merry ,ipartles of young; men sinner paid for some IGO.OOO w< rah law In the worldIf an Inspector

t 1 t LiIt: every laxative and cathartic known. and younjf women who, some plump of beans more than he receiver In stops a wagonload of bread and In

1 "r l but found no help that was at all per- some 'lean! step up one after another' : the course of a year. What purp trted the load finds one loaf short weighthe

6 6a manent. I had finally become dlscouragid \ I rf the proud parent" who sets little! to be A quart of dried beans aspurchased confiscates the' whole load gives It
one of the Inspector ina to Borne Institution and
'. and had given my case up Willie there and then little Ethel of store by for twelve cents The prosecutes. the baker. Massachusetts

'... as hopeless when I began to use the I oho I keen mall boy who tries! to get beans grocery: and the bag; containing t tern has probably the best weights; and

pre-dlgested food, Grape-Nuts. his grandfather to let him step up were weighed and found to w I Igh measures systepi In I tie United States: _

"Although, I bad not expected this I before the'! old gentleman steps downMO 23 3-32 ounces. The hag wet hpd Rhode Island 'has an excellent s.vx-

food to help my trouble:: to my great that they can both get welched 9.32 of an ounce, leaving for' the tom ; Connecticut. now has a bill under -
surprise Grape-Nuts digested Immedi- benne 22 13-16 ounces. A correctquart consideration which seems llkelvto
all of thing
for a (!cent and that sort
r ately from the first and in a few days IIJIB..hlneI of beans is supposed tof weigh! pass: New Jersey has a good sys- .
In short the weighing "
I was convinced that this wits just exactly thirty ounces. Thus on that tent ; Pennsylvania and Ohio too.
meets'all sorts and varieties, of peopie .

what my bowels system needed. I I and It comes to know them all, Imvn/Collefte p..(."' Girl Raring; .Doomed ln"lIr'Rt1'
The performed their I unc
nearly all and it knows a.a Tenm. and tlorHciiteii l.ollUC'ftvll ..
or ; on Itn"chal1 ,
and I I
? tions regularly! am now completely -
. M and permanently cured of {his i rule Just what prompts them to weigh, Des Moines Iowa.--MIs8 Josephine Toklo -A tremendous effort has I "

awful trouble. I mseIveB, whether it Is idleness. Interest Armstrong has Just been placed on been made by the race track elementIn ,
t fun. But baseball team to play' Japan to Induce the Government to
"Truly the of scientific food curiosity, tear or Just\ the Still College
power centre Hold. She la pretty, seventeen retract and permit. betting upon the
,i be unlimited." "There's Reason I l proibaiMy (It would puzzle even a weighIng ,
must a -
s so'many alexpC'rt tennis and golf: player tracks but Marquis Katsura the Premier
-I-a---yr'1'owniLe macMne. though It knows
; and can throw the ball farther hari stood firm. and for another
'i Ito /arjuer)What age U your cow?" Read "The Road to Wellvllle," In people to tell Just why a woman ", &.Ik- than any man on She will year at least the mice' tracks of the

;Jo'armerTwo years." plt&s. Ing long a street on 'a rainy night\ play in alf scheduled games against empire will be without their favorite w

I Townlte-"How can you tellT Ever read the above letter A end- carrying an umbrella should halt the crack teams. She also has a batting part! mutuel or any other form ot bet- r

:. 'Farmer'("By Its horns." ..w on* appears) from Ume to time. at a machine standing out on the ; average of .289. ting.: This means practically an end ,

:'\+lq"f" 'TO.DIte-.UOW' atupld r am.- ,tot course, It has, two ,horns."-Fron They are genuine, true and all of I IdewaMr and step up In tbe rain to Mitts Armstrong wears a 1.natty to horse racing In Japan and neceaz- ;"- .
bloomer suit and looks not unlike ny sarlly. a heavy loss to the varlouu.
bamaa latereat, welch heratJ1.-"Jew: York,
of the other college players.! I race tracks."W .
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appearance and then tuy a first- '
from wbo.hs Mr. Cha.mbrlaln! > at tn. ,utler. '
class rooster some breeder '
a 'different strain of the ,same. DYSPEPSIA The foreign oTlc staff of tb* kiD&'II A Rural Telephone

to borne "rrtc. ml'n-el'. baa lust loat
breed avoid Inbreedinic.
--- 10 as I -- .
The best.rooster that csn be found ,one. of 1U member*, ttV w*>oie ,nick-: -

'I POULTRY for what you can afford to pay should nan*,, "Sir Joseph.'. a story bel
.., be seliclei*. It ls easy to grade up a : .ooourrM> wbein Mr. Cb \..mbMlMuwa ... '.

t' flock to'good hens: by .nsliiK the beat .. .at toe colonlal! fAce. One n'..l>*. In.talleci., "-'..-..

-il" roosters every year and selling all. o{ or raother very early "lfl the morn-) *?, should be! in ," '.

"" 1 the pullets that are .not up to .the the meMeiwt-er, ws sent!! to 'Pt iice'* the home,' ,of every

breed standard. .,Garden*. with an ImNOrbtllt."c"blnet' .:.... fa\mer in the South; "because :.

CULTUREHOW After started subscribe for '" Ohmber1aln wa
you get 'circulation. ,
.. p Frmtfl.good:farm or poultry paper and working late' and had sent all his er- It- keeps you in touch with the "$ "

.c=" keep" up .with the times. 'There ii ranU to feed, and the. messenger had doctor*... It enables you to watch $ .

much pleasure nnd, profit In studying )JUNTO 8 DYSPEPSIA.RKMICDViet !: to' walt a long time (before setting in. the market. It brings :you closer 'to yo friends." It ,runs :

TO- :MAKE 1'OCLTUV PAY.By .. the business rind In excelling ln some >-amoit Immediately' on 'th OaetrUj '8Dewer't !his knock, At last be gavn errands. It your home: ':;
special. Hne 'when others have failed. louinch loo anilatreagth had
i Jnlres tact flTti ibo a.thunderlug rat-tat and presently '
1ft, :M. Kelly "
to dlceet alino.t .vvrjrtMiig' tu th '
To start right' we must have sortie I, .. Far World b n pat lutA it. ootb mor naIcrltateMl the satisfaction nor .seeing some on* Western '' ""are (the 1 tii..t'tn: been Impilrrdby the butler '
good, bens und, let iis inako a closo Convenient; 1 ptajilq Dad Inlurloin.drnitV'a eionotoo .'wtixmi he u-ppoaed to be. II "B'ell" Telephones

study of the various !breeds and see. Hencoops. ori,utly adrl** all peroouii .ho .ttffrrfrom pear in answer to his;,call, :wearing a Electric, Best
As poultry houses on farms have unj of tk* following. iTrnplonn: to1rr I smoking aLclajr
onewould be the bent adaptedto pliin strnokloc Jacket and / .
thU 'r..mood,: D1itr*.s ftor itlni.bloKtluc 1 1'f
. ..ilb imrpoBC'gli t'c desire to usethem .tf?. be .repaired ,pf ten, jis .a general.r.ule. of t.b._stomach,._ KJmlnif of tb*, .pipe.. ".Qb./' said I the messenger. .. .Out Ereo_ Bulletin..JNa..lQ2pn. .__ ___ _ t
ttould it not ba better to build more foott, W.t.rhrub Hour Stomac-h. Hcnrlheirn have youiTThere' '
for at
1 Ix>m of Appellt*, Con.tlpjtlon.nlialnwm. "you 'have come I : jro vlQBuildJtural :Telephonic J. .
-' >
In the first place" there :are 'some I rsubsantial- ones at first and save the r.iDtocr>lplt>tloa of rnxhe tfo .h rTY.It's- onlya'rmes- .. ...__ _

breeds thai' are adapted to but trouble and expense of continually > rt. I Hbortncw of lirr.tb. nod nil .free- the primemrnl\ t WT",: Ilia liow and neighbors '.ec1ucI '.
one "' lion of the brartratiaeHl by Indlrntlon.W : I8g'e from tells JOM your can, by cutting"'your 6n pole, ; ..
purpose, and that |la laying eggs, I Improving them ? L<*J; us consider want erery dltn-cnirxcd: ..andclwiponelmt "buth T" smiled serenely and tAte m s-'' "all tbe res.t of the matchal} necessary to build lh very"HII tystem .at a COtS .
this matter. The carpenter usually ,aiitTe>r >r from Pyaiwpnln or lndlg I
among these breeds we find than the : recognUIng! his man.stanvmeied of one-half bale ..
tlnn I ta rant aitde nil nitiar mcnllclDe iliqIT enger then I "about of cotton each.
poul ( out: 1 beg your Cut tins civertisement write '
such the Minorca for a henhouse 'and In uiat he is ", aatltfartlon I will refund Tour rao-. I ; your
as Leghorns; .. .NUlIiYON. Sir Joseph have a dispatch box for and address the} and :
much mistaken Only t the well seasoned u., name on rnargin, mail (i) .: .
Hamburga For aal. by all drucKlats Price. 2Se.Stiength Bcfto
these are very gootl brf>pd wood should be .uaed.' for I younrlalol J at 'pncc to our ncarcn house, so jliat ve can {

Cut what we are fter In a hen that when the dsmpjJam-wrTlve, the house of character is far better I ECZEMA' COVERED HIM. I send you a copy: of the bulletin

""HI Kit and hntch 'nlooIHJK having e-h{> Cln It, the boards will than muscular strength. .
us some
)' chlckenn' aird take care of them shrink ,and expand until they are out -- Itching Torture Was Ilcyond Word_ :VVEST CT"IC= :
AN INTERESTING PAINT TEST Slept Only from Sheer Kxhausflon
in t tlic best'8halle. of shape more or less and then there
-Rflicti-d In 24 lioun. .ndCurenl .\
We atso" want to select a breed that are cracks to contend with Use the In Month 1wfII .. ... ....... IttfIo e it:
In the first There Is a very simple and inter A by Cutlcnra. IceMtara.OfflcM. Th. _rl"'. ..1"... .. ,._ ,
will\ t be Ideal for that will best wood pls'e.Aliotber ... .. ... V" B "
market one esting chemical test by which to detect **I old and Atlanta It. .. CityOnalanall hnt> mitnuf.otiirvr Taa . t1 J.I..tol.:
point woith (,oIlMlderlng'lsthat am n..nty..e..e yeara aome'b. aoa Wwton*. kiMin. r-- ::: ti ,.. J. I', ;t.nal.
mature early, have a nice clean color I
impurity ID' paint materials. years ago 1 wna taken with ecEema from U HIM la the Taltei *. - ,. f* l '
\ lt
of the ... Ixnlaladlanapolla 'kof'ltr
thmllst be !lo.od.laYE'rH: lay goodrlzi'd planing boards that are Thousands and thousands of people bend to foot I was aick for aix' months S.vanaaa R.lnt aanl.T l->laaM a l,..UltT J;-\1.1-:. :: g.".tljr.a<,,- .

e-Rgs, active enough to be good all over the country are making this and what I Buffered tongue could not tell.I .
could not uleep day 'or night became of '
instills after grasshoppers and =- ':
test. It Is a sure way to safeguard -- .
he that dreadful ittlimn, when J did alaop! it "
worms; goorl sltterK and mothi'is k
against the many adulterated white I
waa from nlierr. 'eihautition. I wan one Malaria. Trl>bot4.ntitriio

e'Bbllv, that tamed will hem and coullnement handled and well nlirencl leads which are on the market. Anyone I maaa of irritation it waa even m my acalp.'Jlie I /k1li_th Win fOR..I..t. CUiLtS Tonlo .. ......Mr. I4..Acid r HilmniaovTlmAGENTS pot, m' ... .

can niake the test-all that is locKir's mediunc aeenrpd to make meworae "oooal, 10. .
j: uU : t"\I"Q
The\ ie> urc mativ "x'pllpllt breeds .,
needed 1s a simple little- instrument and 1 1waa alinont out of tny mind 1 ......
for thlnViH) found among!: what IhepoiillrMiien ,,which can be had free by writing National gat a net of 1 Ihe Cuticura Soap, Ointment : II"' WANTEDI

mil the American bxeiUTinRe Lead Company 1902 Trinity I and UeaoUfnt uned! them peraiatehllyfor .. .....11... frl.nVrl..t 0"" ferlall.mI.. ... lI..t P..IB ..llb......_
breeds wlmt clll I twenty.four 4ioura. Th1lt night 1 wl."t l wbo .1IIta.'ollr............U.... W.. b... ......IA. prop".llIo. 10 IDOk.. "uu .n..1t wUlpaTrou
aie wp aKiMie'riilpurposo Building New York, and asking for to aud nUl ....1 It I.... WOo .huU Dol n..c. yoU If> "' '''.1' ..."hl..... .""u"L.Ad.r. .
fowl that IP. lhe.ynre Coop With Sliding Doois1i llouseow'ners* Painting Outfit No 49 I like an infant tbe firat aohd* night'a Kleep. .... AIIi'rl-"III1.I.I 1t .,RIIIIIIC.AW.: .)0..A.1II... IU.b...... V..
1 had had for month In
aix a month fuaa I
nelapti'd to the fll.l'1\l or tothel ---- The Outfit also,, Includes a book or. curevlV. Ilarliacui Smith lit. Hlaia.N .-
>oullr\'man who <]10"8 mil' make a .-t>" iiHod l on the Inside e>f the house. Lack .
color schemes for vxtfrlor or Interior Y.. Fell) 3, 19.18( of a thing gives value to it
pedal! v of unone -blanch "of the It will "take verMil k nioi'e time and This Trade-mark
'thi all'd painting or both It >ou wish and a 1'otter Drug A< t'b.m. Corp, Role Propa.of Mrs.Winalow'B Soothing!;: Syrup for Children
business <> are Own c'asilj clciinc-d. do set of specifications No houseowner Cuticura Keniechea, Hoaton, 101... t..tbInK..ofiena theguma,reciucea inflammatiun.allayapim Eliminates AH

The, PH'mouth TUKks llhode' IRan !- not harbor elust as nuicll as If Ihey should ma'ke any arrangements for Ad\rll..e--- ,cureaermd colic,25c a lottlaj

<| lletls the \\'\'11 II d01(,.... and other were1 rough If they are Kiuoolh the yean painting till he gets this outfit. |l TiacHdull'! It's beyei' lo give- than to lecelveHor Uncertainty I

breeds ,Iff be. e-nslly hllewasheil, or painted. Rough on RatH. unnmt&ble extarmlnntor.: I
belong this liana.The )
: : One can't expect a satisfactory I in the! purchase: tJ
j Itough on lion LJre Nemt Powder 20c. COLDS! ..ejrVRl P.nick' .
HralilnuK. Cdihlns. Krtngshiiisnnd : Themain point lo ronsldcM In hulldln pantlng( Job wlthqut pure white lead. paint material'
. Cirooiwa. la the be.1 remedy
nHiers of the lnige: In.pods ofhe ( a hC'iilioiiKc that -of remmahloYOOSIF There Is a way to make sure you're Rough on Beidbuga, Powder ew Liq'd, i5e.I relieve, the achlnr and ..... ....-cureatoe It i* an* aUoluteeuarantee ,

Asiatic cliiKt. ue nnl us good liersas in.sis and even the floor boards getting a pure white lead-without I Rough on-FI,,_ Powder or Liquid, 85c.I Cold and ....tor.. normal conditions. h'. of pur.Uy .

j( llic-i IB hi' I I Rough on Ronohp, Pow'd\, 15c..Liq'd, 85c. liquid-affecu Immediately Uc.. lea. a dMto. and .
t the nmnllei hieerlh! tlu'> aie more, tcj it board !floor :Make testing it Seej/that the keg bears at drix auuea.GRIZZLIES. qualllC:

inclined.I to l hi. hi nod aud.! HS n rule. all <)ICK<> apiillance'x, of mnoolh hoarder National Lead Company's... famous Bough on Moth and Antu, Powder 3.V. i iRougli I For your own

are not as Rood niKtlers as the :American wood, and when Iho)' are dlrlv eir Dutch Boy Painter trademark which j on Rke.eter.., ",...-hle In "..... Sac.E EAT VIOLETS. protc c 11 onee,
S. WolU, Chemiiit. Juraey City, NJ. I I __ that it I. on the aide* of
the' laln- Ihhrn .
w lean his
breeds and for thnt reason I > c poultry is a positive guaranteeof; purity. Your white lead
would not advlxe '>u (to sclci.t t \oiii1 liiniBc (II">\. e':.In In. Ink en out Into thn dealer probably has this white lead.If A long hair on a man's coat nct\er '!I Or Lunch. on Younq Shoot of Other every Imy.MTIOIM.keg.

. foundation ,stock fiom Dial kind of Mltcfind. 8IrUN> wafihc'd or cvinhuincd not let National Lead Company ie .ts hea\lly on his conscience Spring Flowerr you IEIO CMftlTINI

breed Jhin I ; ''t ove'i' with a tench (Considi i know. --' In one locality the Krlzilv of trie TftetMV e....... *.*
_ How n Itiia ;
\\') all Ihixc' thlngH uou un we look Ihe field nil oeitheic .Mam u man who has no show I We oHer One Hundred Dollara Reward I

in no breed thjjt hUmclx 1>r""lIIln'nlh' -- thc\ will bernifh 11101'e rtotjornlc-ul. think,* he Is the whole ml'nn/prl"| _, tor any cane ol C.I.rrh that cannot b* 'prig of the dogtooth: violet and tbpttr.n Ii i '

at tinliinil of Hie ulllll'lass \ The (I\.t\. .I ketch bhous a eHi'iven- I cured by llill'a Catarrh Cure leaves "of' the rprlng beauties,
A.k. lour l>...l.r For Alleu'a fool-.... I V. J. CHE. & Co
> O.
Ilk,* the l'l\ mouth Rocks mill \t'nl11)' lo make a eoop foi (IIw poulti A powder It rtata' lliet tecl. Cure Corns: we. the uederaigned.' rr have .known Toledo F. J. sars Fur 'News, while a few hundred; |I J I

1 do not belloxe: (hit we would RtiwroiiK I \' \nrit of which a sfieelal fe.ituroIh liumooa,Swollen So...". Hut.Callous A china.bweating '! Cheney for the laat IS )'ur and believe/ miles further on. to the north or i

If we selected our clock fiom. Its door IJroeurc- licjx of the ijcfet and I Ingrowing 1\all..* Allen him perfect IT honorable in all buaineaatranaaction south as the r-a"e> may be, the: grizzly '
ioo t.ta.l: .. nvuLea new or ugliLahoMeaay: At and nnanciallv able
some good Mock of that hr.dSonll' ilUH dln"'I"'oo" nnd 1 sau a hole, d, to carry doerm't touch them :11 SLICKERSwear
.DcuggiatM\ .. and Shoe *>loren. :23 centa Accent oirt any obligntiona made by hia firm. j
will H.IX wh\ not tr\ WrsindottiH1' In olio ,'nd.! 1'1\<-11 Rtiengilhcn the box no tiilMtilute. tMiim II.l mailed FRCEAcidretM WAI.uiivci. KINNA.-S MAnviM. \Vbolah Instead he mav ""be dlscovere

Thc>" nre good fowls. hut: Allen b. Ulm.ini., Leltoy. N. Y. ( ante Druggiata, Toledo O. I I.J".JIli..hilt..althp'jourg shootj of rio'" well

theare llnhtci thiui the ,- - 'O.--' - :;L'6:' :'f'n0- iu" ,lit)' IK KOCMI_ clone Hal I'aCatarrh.tly upon Cure tbe blood laukenmternally.airtingdirec and nrucuouaaurlarea .-- i shooting!! sar. do'\'n' In the Bitten and they keep yell

riMiiniith Hoi kp. find, I Iliyl Is aitninst; : -::- ".1' UP-A DACn It--I..k.n f"A .""1"11 of the ayatern eNtunoniaia aent 1r..... I Root Mountain e-ountrv. for lnstince'. I dry while you are

them ('Olllp.tlllwith/ tin- Hoc,'KB the>\ '1 Whether. from Colds. Uat. Blomarh or Pnce. 75c.: per bottle. Sold bv all DrugglataTake among the to >rlng 1 paV of the hlgh- them
Narroua 1'rouble*.. Oapudlne will relieve* Hall'. Family Hill for wearing
: TOUIt con.tip.tion.
lav miialle! e'KKI: : which IB also lIuln.1Ih..m. ,: ,
ofI I
'a lI<..1uhl-pleuan' t ak.IrumN1l- I n __ | er Rockies Upon this question $322E

atrlir.. Try 1'lI'c. I&c. aDd We. at dructborea. Thought; makes the man thought. 1oc- Jlty. which \\ riften overlooked or
Some will xnCKIS sc \ l bII", I AV'WI1 E.filMAK7m .
., 1"lIhnet\s unmakes him ,
: : '" even Ignored by nature writers. lihe "
doyen to what h difference' Hut :Self::; I I .
I ( solution. of many warmlv dUpuledpoints ) ;
let me tellou whenou selloui' too far tuitiH to spliliual egotlbui Suffered 14 Years from Piles .
those who tell the puh- cvsuaff fntr <
------ -- .. 1
eggs to jour cifstonier hev like Tetterme Cures the Case. ,,
Certainly, t'omrnlcme, Kconomy. I I lie at Varge all about nature and Its "= -. ,
A Box
good: hi//(. fresh PRRB. nnd )on will Coop. Never has there beeu known Brllalre Mich\ J>Jov. It. 1908Mr i AJTbWEPCO.Bo4TOt4.USA.: .
get!: more money for that kind than - Jo a case J. T. Bhuptrlne. Havannuti Oa, animals > TOWER CAHAMAN" Co.: _.. T_. c.-.
with narrow strips of wood h c on where Mitchell's Eyt 'Sal has not r>.ear Rlr'-Aociut alxtren yeara airo I I
>'011 can for little, tindei-rlzi'd eggs. given notable relief. A pure harmless had a caae of Itching!: pllea. Llke mitnyother. I .
each 'lde of tbe hole h c. This acts 1 flrat une thlnr and then
I have learned that large salve for application to tbe IIdl THE DIXIETELEGRAPH
surface !
as'a groove for the door a to slide another u had -trlec} all the remecSlea I JI
best to suit the private customer of the eyelids;. the simplest of 1 had heard of SotntHof them eaaed form ANOTHER :

every time, and they are the ones forpu in.; ,'Thus you have a sliding door, methods with wonderful reeulta. 'The few dafe. then. they got worae They JN5TITUTEO

"' which opens and shuts with the greatest price, 25 cents places it within rtach .earned to bother tn. m"r..1 nlffht thanny I
> u> sell your eggs to. other ttm --Icould not' lay In bed j
) ellsThe front of the Coop is of all, Dru&glsts sell Jt. .. > l.te la =
The \ for five vfare only on my back, and for r. emr> oean TFHOIUPJIT at half
: riymoiith Hocks lay good-si zed tn-r.foiled with lath : or'nprro.trlps..' weeka I never lay down at all They sot rVlre aurlaa the raoataa el M., aa4 Jaaa. Xto .
f tn that .areof: a.,nice shape and _' .'Jl'lirowlng stones ''from J.11I8! ,w n toO bad till )I t time* they e4>uaed my blood WOMAN little' work fnr n.. Inm.r h.lpln. .. .._
color. Of the various breed* of placid! two1 and a half to three inches dons U J1\8t,11.8 dangerous.! to ruah to my head and render me tin*,I I..L i tl.a walll gfrm raa a rVeeMianlmblpi tfned *..
apart. Tho top should be covered conacloua. I moved up In Dorth.rn.loIlch"Ir.n enter aar time after ttapt. 1-* Write nalrlN *n i
Rocks, I would choose the White three "eara aaro and the aatne old 100. F. B. RCDD. U> .r. .
with n Rood trade of rooflnR to Try Murlne Kye ....... _
Kocks as It Is easier to breed them ; ( paper Ronted/ followed me* Lat February I went I!
muUr It waterproof A coop of thli.* For; R..I.i, \\eak \\rar: )'. \\.lrry Eye, i Into the Economical Iiruc Htore. on Stole ,
true to color tbe-v dress clean aaked the clerk. '
verv lyanulation. Pink) K\e and E atreet In Ctilcaxn and Hall Your Do 4 Distemper
"hnllid be two to two and half ) e fetram. cuREDByLydiaE.Pinkham's
sort a
to the heat thing he had for
and while, whe-n killed for market ",:," Ioem t hiuart Soothen Eye Pain. irlte me my I
llirheg mid I trouble. He* Hold me u box o/ Tetlerlne
fi H long. nl teen deep I n.-
Ounipotindml = "
A Hock of hv KxprrirnieVI t Phrairiana I &
this breed I when carefnllx ; hut It amartexl ao when I put It on till I I
not less' than I twentv Inches high Lontaini no I Injurioui or Prohibire-d .. I .- ....
bred.l and Uiiura\( 'left It off and foe a mlMe r aalve camen" ____ _
handled credit '
Goo. .
nre a '
while\ two fept would he better fry! M urine For lour *->e rmiblea... You I hark to my home .vnd finally .run out t .. "',_.""' .
to un> jioiillrx-ninn no matter how \Vill .J.ike Murine. Try I It in Jlobv'a. Kyeat1.K of all the other aalvea but Tettertne. ao Iatarted .j : ." -
Tbe Is the .... &.;':::
common .
8lmp"lfBt coop for : .
jours or how old \te may beTh .>el'df. JJrugeiata Sell' Murina I Iat ualnc IT affaln but more ; .
A'lIl1ap'd' coop H III. quickly and SOc Murine E.l' Kenie-dy ('A>.. Chicago.' at flrat I noticed It to < i . wr.u..s MEDI co:
> Huff Hoiks and the Barred and I did ne4 uae but half ,
will' end IIl'htlY'1 ,
inteie. .
lou : Kye Booka free. I Kod \
This he mg .
Rocks nre excellent fowls and are easily made. coop may constructed __ __ - I I wrui' antlrelv cured. 1\
either with without been five montha now. and there
( or a
fully as good In 'many respects as the The tendency\ to a broader culture no alcna of Ita reappearing It aeema ao Vegetable Compound
Whit Rocks but you will find It floor A floor Is desirable except durIng is manlfexted, In our metropolis. I rood to me. tbaf after fourteen yearaaufferlnc. National surgical institute
warm weather and where the I have at laat found a cure
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much easier to breed birds of a solid KATKB'To Tettarlne did It. Ifa the beat thing In Gardiner, Maine." I have been a

color and keep them true to type and soil drains quickly. EXCURSION the world Orady: Q "Vllaon, R. F D. (treat'Sufferer' from organic troubles ATLANTA. GA.TA .
The box coop shown In the second Lo.1..111.. K}'., .nd It.lurn. for Somlbrn No. 2. Bellalra MichTetterln : '
markings than to breed the colored Bajitlat ConTentlon, May 13-.O, IlIee, curea E>:cema. Tetter. Rlnv I and a severe female
breeds.We sketch in aome respects Is preferable Vim Atlanta Klrmlnahaui Atlavntl Hy.Tiokcta Worm. Oround Itch Itchlna 'TPtlea. In- I weakness. The

must !have a that will to the A-shaped coop for In the latter .. will) b. oM May 1Mb to ISth tD'1 fanfa Patchaa Bora Head on the Plmplea.V"....Folia.OM Itchlnf RoiiwhBca.ty I doctor said I would

grow fast and mature early and for the hen can stand upright: only clmlre with return limit May' 22nd.: ( Borea. Dandruff. Cankered Scalp. Bun- } baTe to go to tbe

near the middle of tbe coop, while Closet oonnaatlona at Atlanta and Birmingham lona. Corn.. Chilblain and every form ofBkln hospital for an tttf.: taI I
this purpose I know of no breed superior with the box coti the entire floor with all llatta for Loulavllla. !lee '. DI_... TattertneSOc: Tetterln I operation, but I
to'the White Rocks They I p ticket. agent. Soap! 26e. T rur drul'l .t. or by mall front could not bear to
space is available for her and. tho the manufacturer. The Shuptrlar* Co.,
have a plump body and are attractive chickens. The box Is also Trust the man who can smile at Bftvannah Qa. think of it 1 decided
In coop moro
the market to
and when full try Lydia
easily cleaned. others' baplln"R9I'hllE' his own heart Lacsk of a thing gives'value to ItThoee
grown it has the weight that makes It -- E. Pinkham'a Vegetable "

bring home the money that It cost to If desired a small covered run tan KAIINKST ADVICE. who keep H.mlin.Wiurd Oil in Compound T '" Vt Treats Clnb ,...t. TMaeaaM ef'
be made for each coop. This is especially the honM do not have to buy any other and Sanathoe VVaah the Bplne, Hip Joint, Paraly.l., PU... rl.t.... *,l
grow It.The remedy for sore throat No other remedy I and r.maaj and private dlaeaMa, Barala. Kheaama.
cockerels' desirable If there ,1s danger Re... fl. >< Gray Fel It Duty to wan entirely ".* for _
that are to be sold will cure thia trouble ao quick or aoaurely' I cured after lhrpemontba' tashiaagr0rM"-- UI'. y
of losses from cats hawks etc
Remember this.
in the fall make quite an Important v Bp ak. use of them."-Mrs. 8. A.'al Is etsentlal for the '""
Item for is to (consider and the White health of the r fowls A successful Any person suffering with backache Phantom foes ;;:reiDOttO b; dreaded. WILLIAMS, K.' F. D. No. 14, Box 89.
Rocks cannot bo excelled In this Gardiner Me.

point poultry raiser says: urinary disorders or other evidence THIS LETTER. IS WORTH READING."Gentlemen . No woman should submit to a.surgical

'fo "One of my poultry : houses Is of kidney trou- --,,-- which mean death
When the hiPns are too old { keep operation may
lathed and plastered while another ble may feel the utmost :-For live weeks I ..ufferedint until she has given Lydia E. Plnkham'sVt'gl"table

for egg-producing: purposes it Is quitean Is single: hoarded wlth'I'appr lining confidence in ..neely from a bad caae of Kcxema.:: whi<-b1'O.d Compound, made exclusively
Item to have them .
important on two sides It has four half win- the following statement my cbext atomach back and both from roots and herbs, a fair trial
weigh six to eight [pounds and sell for arma. After trymg three pbyaiciaoa anti medicine for
made by Rev.O. This famous women
down on south Aide and a frame fittedover
ten cents a pound one akin apeciali.t. .and by actual count
has for thirty years proved to be the
each window with cloth stretched M. Gray Baptist
There; Is an Increasing; demand for I t."nly-oln. different ointment and lotion. moat valuable tonic and renewer of
talked In this house I have clergy man,of Whitesbo I Hancock's
elressecl fowls and If and on accidentally learned of Women residing
%ou ha\e egg- i the female organism.
rhe most and ro. Texas: Sulphur Compound!: arxi Ointment As t
customersou should be able to been getting eggs no in almost ?yery city and town in
I frozen combe although the drinking "I am the happy waa, willing to try anything once, 1 pur- the United States bear billing testimony "

make arrangements/ to sunplv them :water freezes. The 1 plastered house/ recipient of great relief chit.ed a bottle of tbe Liquid and Ointment to the wonderful virtue of Lydia
with dressed poultry whenever ei'reTered I The lint ..
application me inatant -
drew dampness until i had an old from pain, gare E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.It -Tf
and get' the top price for your i relief from that awful itching 1
female ills and creates radIant
"n'door through using Doan'sKidney cures
s'rf> hung and tacked cotton .
named aurface of .km 1
surplus : my If
female health.
cloth over It. Soon after the hens Pills Five uaed thia remedy for one week and at In-// buoyant you SHOES .$3
The Hocks are good; sitters kind I are 111, for your own sake aa well. aa .
began to lay. -\Veekl>' Witness. years ago when suffering end of that lime 1 had hardly a trace
I trial.
mothers and will raise more chickens from I the those you love give it a I .. .. n. 1ft... IN." aa4 Sell Mm Hva'. .,...1' ,
than any other breed that wo have i distressing!! lumbago eruption on my peraon. If any re.d Mrs Plnlchsm, at Lynn'Mass. ... ... '3.50 Sa>*>.T>aa ".7 G'h.. .....I"" .. "),
took Doao'a Pills and they queationa Ihia Uiatinioniil! aa not being
ever experimented with The tiny mite becomes a mighty Kidney Invites nil sick women to write ::.:. :=U'r' '
removed the trouble including embarrassing bona fid* and ahaolutely. unsolicited an her for ad ylce. Her ad vice is free, 'tea __ aM 1klIl.-I::_.. _._WF.
We should select our liens from factoi)' In leduelng; the egg; supply unless adelreaied iO'1 TIM .... _
: quiry to tbe nddreaa below MleMttfM W llw >onb-''' ''''' ,
ills Doan's Kidney and I.
urinary Always helpful. > !I W iiu ._._ .
It In constantly kept down Half wy i .
flock that is well bred. will T ;
some good; honest and cloaing poelaie eonvince any one :JJJJJKL: .*eMl A r >y tk WtTrt .!. < tti *SM *
and where the hens have a uniform : way measures will not doA Pills are an. remedy, yond.I queal Ion. YVAMBEH C. UAREB, I I I _.. U 1 >*al.i lMw fm Iwv ** *"J5 .{
I feel it a duty to tell my experience I \.t - -
109 bo Ohio. Ave, Cohimbu., O "M \\.I .._. -
00' l
", __, 1 ==:. = !.:
I'oultr Notes. sprayer that will foice kerosene) though not seeking publicity. 1 Write HAKCOCK LIQUID St'LriiUK Co., ; ': "fT*Mr,,*.r rv i mmmttf- tmt Afitt. .._iihoM ..... _""
I into all the cracks of the poultry Sold by all dealers. 50 centa a box J'roi.netor.. Baltimore, Md, for Booklet, I 0 . J VaVrt

Do not feed the pullets until thc> house U better than a brush! Foster-Mil burn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. bold by cirucgiats' I SHAFTING, PULLEYS. BELTS AMI* H for,r.. ,; Member..( >t'! _of an4Vor the<('r.1\7\ _117;*
will have no ambition to forage ____ M*!* by nio. evvry. ere.r.11IT110 .
CottoiiBniviftin '
Turning the soil of the poultry rblrkens .. ... I ). KU.mM 4 ort tw tt*>-Ja
the in larger 'Wr1
quantities, man's final salvation /any! in the great moral uplift I '(At.20-tr9) I;; ; : l'rtn'a : | O.u> < Hit
jard once a >'eni destto> s the gape; as It has a tendency to constipate the Jo. aruun, WWOETOH,

woini.: and guaids against; the germs fowls

of other diseases which often find Texas Is credited with having more

lodgment on the surface turkeys than any other State in the

One objection to feeding!! mash to Union (> look Prematurely Old

the hens at night l Is that it Is so readily If you allow eggs for setting to

assimilated that the digestive organs stand around for two weeks before

are emptied before morning, and putting them under the ben, do not

bodily heat la not maintained. blame the dealer ifthey to not batch. "
cuf.or mo u ly. rUiljr. ray hair*. LA HAIIt KCSTORKH, Prtoti. I.OO.IItv .

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'",,.. ee5" i, Figures' Regarding. This' SOUTH GEORGIA AND WEST' FLORIDAktlantlc N.'F..BA'SS, . ; .

'unly. : '\ '
and .
Qty C r --
' I ?
j i 't, e. &.,been such1 't largenumber I : VIA ,1 ; I CONTRACTOR and BUILDER I

t reclved at. this. office asking/; "
Cool regarding UHft. city ,
Coast Line
;-'II,- Acme were that of an-the answer following... to-tflch is pub ID*' )toes) General Contracting and Building, and Furnishes Estimates !-

d' i ? pany,, Inquirer and as., a source of on St ictures' an size or Dimensions whether< t'" "

t r -- ter of to thoseconte/hplatloflfcom-/' '. .J MONDAY/ MAY 17TH it be a Tw '-Room Cottage or a '1oU1ist.Hote: }. II, ,

.writer. ; :. TICKETS. ON SALE. MAY 17. ,, LIMITED TO, MAY. 24..1909. IRATE Makes a Specialty' boring 'ARrES: AN WEL'LS.In *

Ei r Thf than 2.000 population. KISSIMMEE FLORIDA which he has met with the greatest. success "",
'( ,., Just market for cattle. -' / of any man in Florida I
h' of U cheap and taxes are low. 1\ To" To .
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1nI tl1 -T
the part. totally free,from _1Ii_. VALDOSTA, Oa . . . . } l .AINDRIOOE'G: ,
Is 'c 1..f Give 'him wok and it
now live 'forking. Board of Trade I vour , FI' .
'',$, for the. -.;. hospitable, kind and generous. THOMASVILLE:, GA I. < J GA. "" , , , , , will be well and quickly done. Kissimmee. ,
l. la $5 $$6.50
l; .. cheap ) tourist lUhtsf hotel and a and telephone three commercial ry.t m I nORTONGA. . . . .'. . |- s 'GA . . . . . . . -- +

the TiTtWTIC XL6, .rLA.' . . . J IUVEK JUNCTION, GA . .
17 .' .. .. reahwvter flan market In the

i 4 and ev-e. ) f t' For)tickets, reservation. or Information. call .nearest Atlantic. Coast. Lie!
e a' 1 tion.. prod ic..any variety of fruit, flowers. Agent, ore SUNNY
"whereas ] .
1} chines ( / churches of different denomination SOUTH ,
,I e i llavjng ...._. .. J. G. KIRKLAND. D.:..-P. A.,

I. ble. free from the sale of whiskey Tampa",. Florid
I' justed intoxicant.
.tl' jiarts-ls, I| .. school ystetn of any town of L. H. INGRAM. Proprietor. '
'. .J' market United State.. ..
f '4': I i Hill pay i iI I from crime there not being on an

.,i I';, .a ;I, pouudb. "" I '". arrest express a' than, any other g '. .8 Livery, Sale and Boarding .

The \ Uo in the State. .
'J derful \ a Knight of Pythisa and a I| | \
t tht'' .(.- the World oriranlaation. I Well equipped with. New Stock and Vehicles and! pre- < '
t a line pf railway and is on the main
r, thin tic Coast Line railway.. I pared tu* meet all demands with perfect satisfaction;
.' some of bank. of Lake TohopekalUa. one | Sure Way of Trucking
A in
> &
aPI lakea on thia continent. |
t t 1 i thousand .... town in the United State*- I HEAVY HAULING A SPECIALTY"
t .
( ?,' like its rate bell! lees than 8 to the ,
j I __ "
the d ,IS BY *
t from are ahadod with massive oaks and I II .
LI I ,their : I and lawn are covered with Ber
jl chinerv I g \
man can center of the orange producing I / i ir

::1 expert describe, ,,shipping hundreds' of cars of 1 I *. . WHAT .IT MEANS j .i

,J -_ . expert \ -iit climate, both tin winter and *um-

ry centvr-of the finest hunting section I j"7 Irrigating Supplies Complete irrigating plants la lobe fund thst protwUi the depn.itora. from \loss, therefore the I.rgerI\ Is tide
; ber type .. of all kinds being found within a "'J installed. Write for prices.Loveless "' grater pr'ttectlqu the ilnposimra ha.-c. riils hajik' has a {
I .. lars are ita llrat. 11 i CaPital of .. ,. .. . IVI.OK) ill \
t corporate
S. vault / Mirplu" fund oil: .. . .. . i.vumi' OIl
of navigation of a chain of lake I StockhoUlurs' liability -00', ui
N $ 13ii,000. .... .. to the Gulf *(hu .water I {
The I hundred mire in length and I I Sewell 1 A total of .. Ill A.mill (ItJ
+ y. p located, : / h btrautiful scenery throl1"hout.I I I j / Thin' iiifau that w<) must 1'MO fit] ,,'IeuiIM'>.> "bvforo our .ilrpcultbrs. ooold lap.acent. {
Cvi wide. I i This |iriitticin In fur01'. { '
have traveled the entire continent I
) high and I |j
extra :/ the anent inland water trip in I |I WINTER GARDEN FLORIDA. "' STATE BANK OF. KISSIMMEE \
1; ,
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t On the / } Ji,?w in f are the Prettnylug) : j j / + i'IBeipir.i FLt7MI0A. %

f I chine I ] 1 city and, ruuutyDltl' I! )!.... _--..-........ _............... _..... --_............... ..... '*VVVV. C A. I'All-'OV" I"41' M I.KK N, B 1AKMON
also the GOODS / I'ri''lit \.I'r''II',1' l king the : j t.c" i /..... ea'iDANN'S
t }a ters. and l : t : ::, ::::::I hn.: Ijlcarhud ". I 12(?c vc I It I' ':v 6, ,8s .h.ifk t4 a8. 1ssfSc 4 dr .nos .lL h rtL _-z8t>h afk ids uI! } chines ri, check. :S v' '

r of on Mr.the ... ';, *" 12'I T' ., I J Summer Fertilizing i
t I !!<;:I > .,,tI.IK -_ -6 t"i"* s*;.iC i i (, -' J
j. each 11, .
I'c .
v t / I , ; i I also the. ,) I FKESli MfeA'S I I I HIGH GRADE VEHICLES MADE TO ORDER f fAT

mutton,,per lb., 't. to I l'>c I.j Dr'II "
which t This. is libural supply of food REASONABLE PRICES. 4.
In a very hmp| STOCK
t I terns. LiVE .., at-this time Increases the. site of the fruit and] elves! a large bearing IBlncksm.thittg
11l6: to$1. I IS
The ,,,' / : 1 I.. 2AGltol.Eii1FS ,rI surface for the next )BUr'lI Tup.. You cannot afford to nconomize I ? ) ,
Cy sembling un fcrtili/.er. :Neither should. you delay about upplvlng( it Nature HorscshoeiiiK'rfncl' Repair Work of i iAllJKinds'Douc ;'

tt parts ,,' .. $7.0"to $J. O ,.ra Calls for help in JIuv and,] this is the dine when fertilizer.. will lo the II'ra
v ed 1.\1)\\. \, -.'i1 1 trees the most irooJ. Later appliiialioas prolong }.ho /growth and 1 lit ; : ; by First-class Workmen. f
: 'market. -,/eI"' therefore the maturing the fr'ultlhu'i inakinir! the crop late and .. ,\
r { : : !: l lr: I I t rC sapping the vitality ofvtho treee* hav: Fruit arid Vino-formulas II'ra -
1.51 1 to meet condition of soil. Write to me about them and ask forour ,
t,_ ::01 monster every lit
(a( ;: '( or The steam I .... jtpr hu.. 6*to'1.2\.'c I I-\ booklet: "00,.<1 Old Suminer I';Tlnio in the. Orange CJroves. lit J. J. DANN Proprietor. )

men nt lee'\-c I ,ra IOKAL;; FRUIT AND VINE MANURE lit .. -- __ _. __ __ _. ____ t0
I lb.. I DC -

'i will fx : ". ... >,. !:1 W* to" Ih Vttc., I 1 fi W. & T.'S HIGH GRADE I-RUIT AND VINE t, .THE ifiwYsiDiE G i
-it The t.n. . ............ .. p.'i.* I B ' .. i. &RK m.ANTHONY MAG iNrE S SHOPS
; t
) : sale a \ our'o
: '
: '* i
,..' .J ready 1 Is ; ,>, LUMBER.: ?" .'> ' I Call on WATERS = E.
)" istti /. .. fe./v; ;.UO tofU '
The address .
\ t . or ,-
',ti }' ; : '. .. ,'M S. t' i* ." : n A, LOLL,. Proprietor.. : .

I. lP',: ,*. '.,;; << \:!' ;\ ; ; ; -Sale i lt\1' gain'l'y': ; "i .",S TAAmoi1 Fertilizer PJacksonviile. B t ''. "
{,. :E' : J t \ WilSQIf"l' (& lUUlilcl liU.. Floridahr'qFV > AOEISITFairbaiiksMorise FOA

It." urer, W. residence' Patrick's.Ad- ,; '
Falls. Gas
I :'>vriif Tir'fvf'r'irr'fip'ww'Wr'vw: vwnk
: '
tt Roberts, residence, Bass .Vd'di- .
. Connell. ; i Irrigating Outfits.
Falls, ( ) / Mathews' .. .
residence .
y. .F. F'_ :'9'V' ",,F a.F V air"., "Y a'li' "Ii'_ tF'lF vv 3F'V atfa 'V' rF ggrz.k'R

Do ; orange grove( abgul 275 I I NORTH KISSSIMMEE. PHQNE NO. 8. tt
: .
;- Parties ( :. be had cheap on reasonj j I (I .
1, j, T that i J
,i / once : : tv CARSON!: GRO. Co. 'I C. W. Griffin '
'.ik z .t'' "( The tax Laundry. I : ARTESIAN WELLS DRIVEN ANY DEPTH)

.:r ':' I wish rj<)JW" for at to. have the the Home the White boy Store Star call, :_I Fancy Family Groceries j jt We Solicit all Kinds Repair Work .

just. ring Dp 154 and .. ,., j
Fresh Meats.Deliuery _
+' Notice put on our list and called =t L s.i i ;
"" Tax The'work Is all\1 done in =, ad.rkr uArr/11116raeaaflaena-aitidulkt ..lflca 6.aAcrtit- '
t "'"17th day manner and at.. Tampa Every Day at any Hour. Patronage Solicited. r
i .J
,i ,Lsh aetyelrjrsee- zeaaarsa.A.d.rl... a_aitn setdaieczAa,6r''>tlcrdaaerlet aar.
By J.
k Pile Ointment will cure i GROCERIES
It absorbs
Old and Itching I'Ue. .
".. I tolling at once, acu a
ct office for Instant relief Williams' Indian
Inir better Is prepared for Piles and Itching MIL MACH. 1 ",, parts. Price We and 11.00. {Bold
J t'ry ... ,. pharmacy.!


Iw to Credltprs. .
(, None but the Best Sold.
having cUlms against. ,the 'eatat
-lr- ; .. deceased late of the count. | Livery Feed and -Sale Stable j jK ;
w',1 Slate of Florida will present the n d '.
-b' ...
P properly att st& v t: :f! *'. Doan's ) : law, or the same will .be forever WOOD-:-DRAYINGn
:'. w i ;l '"'of \ personalndebted] to laid estate V :
e i >.', > +.I"as, "' settlement with,the ;un- Everything is New and ,First-Class. Wo will g -
ek'x ,en*_and It.' C. BRYAN.Admlnlltr.'r :
; .
and Service :t. :
1 \ r them to of the Estate of f Render Prompt Satisfactory (, "R.S.FlS -
: !;'J! ;' quH pol .C. II. Fouuta\ln.Deceased.i Bay-or' Nifht. All Kinds | .
'::9S'"beadacbe"; \ : :i I 1909.
heavy IIt\
.- urinary lIllg. /
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r ple te t.U Application for Tax Deed !
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ails:, Sections 574 and 575, -

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> .. Tax Certificate No. 670 dated the
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'e -their f' Jand' White Lawn 40 in. wide 15c per yard. -
'Issue In accordance with law.
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> i. .Dose embraces the following de I Lace from 5c to 15c per yard. . "

4 .I' J','p: vt'obtalned r ., the situated In Osneola County, I'22 OCEAN ST. e e e . JACKSONVILLE, FLA. I s Dress Pants. 150. to $5.00. per pair. '

back : 'a s.c Pair Stnpe. Pants'TOO. ,
' rfi:" of seW Seotloa 82 Township 23, Portable and Stationary. k''ngine.! .
-'d' W TrunKs and Suit Cases
;; cretions at lowest prices.
.. ; .. 90 east Saw.. Mill, Woodworking Machinery
y natural . beloe autaeaaed at the date of Shingle Mills Lath. MUI., and Picture Frames from 25c to $3.50 each. _
+ ed mv .! of such certificate. Itl the name general line of supolles. Complete Crockery at the lowest prices.: .!!
f t ..,.... haVe line carried In took for Immediate 'Fancy Straw Hats at cost. "

'; Doan' cert 1 float* -shall be redeemed I shipment .Sold on easy torms. Best Shirts made for $1.00 each.
; caw,tax deed will Issue thereon.
.l' ,kidney For \ ,.of May.. A. D. 1 09. It will pay you to consult. u. before Tinware at any old price. .
'r S4J*: ;' ;\I 'CMIt.I. < offloial signature end seal this uTinBr.> Postal will bring our sales __ ? The onIyplaae you can getlthe! Beaver Brand Hat.
; ,/A% of April. A. D. 1909. -: Write for Illustrated catalogue
;; : 'r v.f', New : ... man.
$WState' *. ABTHUB E. DOSKOAN.i _:. and price. Headquarters f for the Best Shoes in Town
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