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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: May 21, 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: VID00386
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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first deed,, but the connection doe not. t

arbecue and-jffish: Fry \.iWDEiISSIND' [ appear upon record and is in no way I' \-- . .-

shown. <.In the absence of any connection ors ;

,- ', :I can only conclude that ,a one-
fourth undivided interest remains vested

"VIIl'Be.rtbe Character the Celebration Held on the (Conveying. 'to the ''County the ramous E. In Gordon C. L. Whitaker only owns+ and an that undlflded Mary Ready FOrthe, t

.,". Day) tlio Drawing. for Lots in the Old Sol- ,',-Gordon Near Loughman.Marl Beds., Lying. three-fourths It will be necessary Interest in for tbe._Mr.,land._Gordon- ......\....-.........-,....\.\\\...\-........-\--.-......-..--..NNNNa\IN

to correct his,title in this respect.
diers' Colony Takes Place. '
P.. ;, A.'Vans Agne ,
. ... April.30, 19T kt
KliSlMMEB M&i - --
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. .. ot..eouDtyCOmmllllon"ere .I3on.&L...Lesley, ChairmanCItrDear -I-- -

__. The oommltLeeoo..ent.8rt.alnmeDt-ol. to meet with the entertainmabtrcoinroits met in, regular session on the above -Followlng my letter.. Of
"! the Board of Trade, which was charged ; tee at the office of the alley Gazetteon there 22d tost. In re title/ to Gordon .tract of -
.1. : date, being present E. L.:Lesley, ---\ ---\--\-..... '
with the duty of-projrldlnif a fitting next Monday afternoon at4o'clock ohalrraanr. Stratton E. L.. D. land 1 beg further to report that the -
the for for general lnterehangeot..ideas regarding error.mentioned in my letter' of that
celebration on the day drawing -a Oversjtreet, E. n. liass, Commissioners .
,. lot. In the Old Soldiers' Colonrtakes the celebration. and Arthur E. clerk. date has been corrected by means of '
Donegan, .
.7: place 1 met on Monday evening last and The entertainment committee of the Tile/ minutes cf the last. meeting were an affidavit from Mrs C.. .. Adams, 600 Acres of Muck Land :
d that Board of Trade will act as a general read and apDroved. one of the grantors in the deed from ... Cut-Up

would be the moat & andcharacter committee of arrangements, but a .ecept The (following bills were examined Adams et al. to Gordon, gad I now' rr

of entertainment for- the Vast throne .on committee of at least twenty- approved and warrantsordered drawn consider the. title to the tract rood, .

that will be present on that occasion.A five will be named at'a later date The Klailmrtia.Telephone Oo. rant phon. f M and recommend its acceptance by the Into Five Acre Tracts.I

committee to solicit subscriptions Governor of the state will be invited B L,D O'aratrwt com'r and milaaca: :: 4 OO county. e
to defray the expenses t>f the celebration to be present and deliver an address, J a Strat n. _'r and mileage . .., 6 00 I have prepared the deed from Gordon ;:
was appointed consisting of JohnM. aqd It is hoped his engagements are B: L I rely, .......'r .. ... ... .. .. 4 00 to the bounty, and it has been ex-
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P A Vana Atnaw lea-al aarvloa 20 N4 .
e Lee, C. A.Carson and, U. C. Stanford such as will permit him to do so. R D Dria-KOTa. sal . ... &J 6O ecuted. Mr. Gordon. has placed the .
.. who are requested to begin at Our merchants will be requested to K .. Kleo r-lapt. rhts 'ja.ll :. : .. :::: 28 M deed in the' Orlando Bank: and Trust _
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C F Prevail carejail .. u Ao Co. with Instructions to forward It to
once canvassing among our citizens close their places of business on that W 0 B_... up.rlntand.nt t'la...... ...
.' for donations of either money or other day during the hours the celebrationIs eve pauper .. . ... AO\ .0 Klsslmmee with draft attached to the HJ
things necessary to make the occasiona being held in orderthat, no one will Arthur )1$:. Donna clerk and auditor. .. ,"7(1 deed for $1,490, being the balance of
As the extent of the work W R JOb""."" ". salary juct..,-,. ... J a>bo the purchase price. The other $10 was .
success. be deprived of the opportunity attending R D Drurv.ra wcod. ourt houae.. .1 1:10:
of the other committees will In a I large the barbecue and extending a J R Smith, ch-nina-and painting calla In paid bv me to bind the trat e. Kindly Just of "

measure depend upon the amount this welcome to the colonists While the jail. ... .. .. .. ....... . .. 20 00 have.warrant issued to me-for the 110. east Kissiinmee! city Ihnl't"s'onclayroa.d.
O W Todd C. .. .. .. I 16 Oo The abstractor title, furnished by Mr.
committee Is able to collect, they are been i
program has not as vet com .. '
8 W Rhymaa.' 2 00Kiaalmtnaa
urged to make no delay In entering: pleted, It understood that addresses I uL mbenr Number: '.j,- ..:: 131 07 Gordon, at his expense, is enclosed. _ ., This land--was -solocted--
upon the discharge of their duties.A of welcome will deUvered oo behalf J E afaaetar. au>'*yln marl lf.I* 20 00 The..deed cover*.the marl rUtht on-the
0 W Ov ; : : :: 301 46 cleared field and also the sidetrack "
androf Rose
-- the by Capt State Chemist
commlttee-onr-barbeclie and flrh of the-Co fy-onrlt-chy; o L Bandy;cOmmlaslulon.u 'ix Collector" 171 JAB now ,
fry. consisting' of J. S. Stratton, W. Board of Trade, they to be replied( C Milter .......", iaalon.aa tmaurar ... 102 41 right
C. ass-and 10. A. Niemeyrr, was (appointed bv an officer of Ite: Seminole Land and KlailmmM' Valley Oaaett.. printing mules; 14 40 Mr. M. Riddlegeneral superintendent when he was In charge of the Disston -"' -
Water.A Cmnon UVoeoijr Co. f. J 110 08 wrote me some days ago that he
it wilt be to make Investment Company and a colonist.While .
whose duty L H Inrram. Itvaiy hre. ", 7 ToP had '
Instructed Mathals
all) arrangements for the barbecue and the date of the drawing has A Yan> t,,n.w, Gordon land.. 10 00 Mr. asst. eng. '
CarMn. .... .., . of the, oalt Line to survey the site drainage operation It lies at 5 ,
fish fry-where It is to take place and not been set, we are authorized state N Melr B Kat. ..h. draftOordonjaida. .. . 149000!' T for the sidetrack and? promptly. .
time of It Is-to be eaten, together that'It will take place on or about the . report
the day C. Pravatt. f_ Stat. r.. Cratnartl. 1 KC the
P. Vans
A. north
with such other duties as would first .. but the Valley Gazette W R Johnston, _tal 8lva, Crom. ll. 1 fie Agnew end of, and drain into
within their jurisdiction. will publish definite information on G F Parker telegram 1 62 Attorney for the Board.
naturally come C F Pnvatt. feed priaonar. A3 f3 The following communication from
that subject in time for all to make C F Prevail, eommlaaiona ., 7 69 the :State: Bank of Klsslmmee was read: Lake Tohopekallga. This line bodyof
These two committees are requested preparations for attend. In*. C: F Pr.vaU*Court 281 26
O F Krlbba Ala'/ and t_ ,_ 78 :U Klsslmmee l Fla, May3. 1U09 ,
Hon. E. L. Lesley, Chairman Boardof trucking land will be on the mar
The, following pay roll for road
County Commissioners, Citv.
St. Cloud Laid Out work examined and approved: Dear Sir-We hold for collection a ket just as soon as the surveyors '

Town of O Hillou.Jommon.W. Aahton! .' 26 2614% day">at at II 1.60 26 .8.1 Ml: jA 10 deed of Marv K. Gordon and husband \

Marion Warren .1.I 1% at 1.110 2916! in favor of the county of Osceola for can complete the platting.J.M.WILLSQN.JR.. k.
,-- Arthur Warren 22'. at 1.2% 28 12 11,[>00. x>n which, they say, 810 has already -
Early Warren. 211!', at 1.2. 24 I 8'1. been paid. The amount to be

Survey Is' Completed Ti'mr i Streets Art Being Put In Joe Nervy Gall""r Padcett VIit 14 "" at at .1.26:25! :lH 17 V 12) paid is 1,490 Please give this letter !

Oscar Hitnniona -I, "" at 1,2' :1 I 10 your prompt attention .................
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Order for the Drawing of Lots. George Maaon >26 at 1,25 12 MI) Also we will remind you that we
G J Walker: .t .1 7,}
have -arrled your warrant for 500 for
Goo W Overatrevt fill' I )
j steel work in the jail sixty days and

Total tvol 48 I your warrant for i2A%() for the same
The have about completed remainder of their days in peace and I
surveyors thirtydays.
Tieasuier's, report showing the fol.10vinIC uurpose as
laving out the site for the town of St 1 Mopint'ss No' better recommendation -
balances on head for which he per our conversation with YOU, please
Cloud, In which each one! of the colonists could be riven( this colony tract : .
filed certificate del'oslt'ln the State provide for the payment'of interest on
will than that each and of those
purchasing; a five-acre tract every one -
warrants for the time have
" be given a' lot freehand the streets who have looked It over with a view to Bank; of Kissinimee.: these we REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE <
already held them, and also If they
are being graded and othPrwise put in puiotatslng has become the possessorof Revenue H'*".* 37 C.
cannot be paid'at once please provide .
Fine and forfeiture -129 !H .
of lot., lots and have Invarlably I- -
condition for the diaulng one or more /
School 41.: 11 'interest for the time we will have to
which will take place about. the first of advised their friends to'do the Road . ., I*""1,7 it + {
August. .same Stat' Aid .. .. .. .... 71 OH .carry .them" Aa we figure the Inter- to
est due on these warrants to date is
D. No. I 212
As stated In our Issue of last week, I It Is the will In S. S. "
expected companv H S. D. No.8.. .. 206 82 122.33. VOVJPS truly..
those holding certificates are denlioun the neskfutrn e, open offices in this S S. D No.4. . 62 02To State (Hank of ICissinimee
of curnlna into. possession of their those who desire -
city, present THE.
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date <-.' .' $1IlV\ ,I'I Whereupon the Hoard belong satisfied -
property at as early a as to transact business with It must I the
that the titles to lan>ware
Tax collector's the
them the report
aud lo accommodate write to the National Trioune, Washington .
the field additional following. : balances lo be collected: (food, instructed the clerk to draw a -
company has placed In an I). C,, although anvone seeking .
I warrant In fav-or of John 1' Gordonfor
force of surveyors with Instructions information regarding the locationof '"aneral Revenue 1 WI4\ ,Ki i of B Lifetime to Procure :
$1,4M and one !in favor of P A. a i -
long ep'h 2.T> tm
"U" work as { day the colony or the character of the ounty school i I iN
nwl 'ISfflO Vans Agnew for $)0 advanced on thecontract
until the work as they could see was soil, or anything I else concerning It or

coniplei any part of this county or cltv will be County Fine and m Forfoltura cial Fund . .. ,. . 723 r>42 77 72 { .... '
furnished bv the Valley 8.8.D.No. i 87 H9 The following! communication from Home in Sunny FloridaA I ION
Each train brings one or more old cheerfully< same 88DNo8. 76 :26! the Kissitninee Board of Trade was ;

soldiers who desire Co make a person Gazette the columns of which 8 8 D No 4. ... .. . ... . .. . 111I ((12 I read: ,
' of colony tract before weekly contain the of tile .. f ar
al tne progress
Inspection F:. Klasiintnee, I'la., May 3, 1U09.To .
Messrs. L. Lesley and J. S. Strat :
work done In the of
purchasing, and we June yet to : being manner surveying -
ton reported that they had entered into the Honorable Hoard, of County .
'filledwltlLealhusiasm the and ;
hear of one who has not )left / constructing Commissioners .
of Ofaceola-
and praise for the houses, .and which will be gladly mall. a follows, with Mr. '
I Gentlemen-At a meeting of the Klsslmmee -
F. Gordon 4
ed address of John ; as per instructionsfrom EASYTERivI
-that is making It possible to any on receipt post -
company ,
Board of Trade held on April : /
the Upard at its .last ipeetlpgl .
home subscription which is ; .
fpj the to a age or price, one :
veterans procur
20 committee .
$10 00. April 15, 1909. we were delegated as a to
whereon they can earn a competency dollar a. year,, or fifty cents for six
Received of. the of convey to your honorable body the
[ county G'S.ieola .
the months.
little manual labor and spend .
with .. Board of Trade's unqualified:\
' s the Bum -of ten dollars in part payment: -

of purchase price of following land in and commendation of your action in I 8 7 7 6 6 '. 4, 3 2 1

said county: All that part of set of J purchasing the Gordon marl beds for! y

THE FIRST SETTLER COMMENCEMENT PROGRAM swt of sec. -H: tp. 25, rge. 28, I lying! the purpose of constructing good hard
I roads throughout Osceolacouht, and
north of the riehtof way of-the Atlantic
------ Coast Line Railroad containing I to most heartily endorse.your decision i

!In the Old Soldiers'' Colony is Mr. Exercises Will Begin on Thursday 71 acres more or less; also the tight i to build a hard road from the Orange M

to mine marl on the clearedlield on I county line to the Polk county line be

Albert hantsch of Chicago. Night of Next Week. that part of the sw} of lid of set of fore attempting to build hard roads ,

said section lying north of said light! generally throughout the county, as '
first his kit andes Thursday evening, M a'v 27, 8 o'clock
The ,
I man to drop of waysaid. field containing about t we believe, with your honorable body .
tab'18h himself in the Old Soldiers' at Fraternity Hall, annual declama-
of an acre. Balance1 purchase price, that such a road Is of more urgent ne-
Colony Is Mr. Albert Uantsch of Chicago tion contest. be cessity and will redound l to more Immediate -
being 1.400.00, to paid on delivery
an old soldier who has passed Jo'rldayevenlnll, Mav 28, 8 o'clock, 'of warranty deed, said deed to be delivered good than would a road ill. .:<
the seventy-eighth milepost in life but Fraternity Hall rrsltal by Depart. within I-ea&onabletlme as soona any otber part of the county - I

who is as enthusiastic over what is in ment of Expression of Assuring hoqorable body of iii' 11 12 ii
possible. Abstract title to be your 9 < 13 14 15 18
store for him and comrades as Sunday morning, May 30,11 o'clock Furnished by me, and titles to be clear the Poard of Trade's desire to aid or

'" though be were twenty years voungei at Baptist church, annual commence-' of all Incumbrances. License to be assist In any undertaking thatwUl ad -
talks what he intends do in ment sermon will be preached by He'v.
and of to given In writing for marl right, also vance lobe welfare of our county and
the shape of arowloafruit.. and vegetables A. M. Cbisbolm of the Christian and that It
I church. for right to put in l sidetrack on said' town, courts cooperation
and beautifying his place as if last mentioned tract. with your honorable body at all times

JI be still bad threescore and ten years Monday evening, May 31, o'cloct, Signed by me in duplicate. on matters pertaining to the public '
'. allotted him to remain on earth. at Fraternity Han, graduation exer John F. Gordon (Seal. ) good 24 23 22 21 20 Ii,' 1s 17

,rd + Mr. Hantsch brought with him a carload cises. Mrs. Mary E. Gordon ( Seal. ) We have thetiodor to be, zt

4.' of household goods and other An admission fee of fifteen cents for By John Gordon, Husband( Seal) H. C. Stanford Chm., t ,
things necessary for the thorough adults and ten jents for children will J, W. Simpson
Signed, sealed and delivered in ,
equipping 6f a home and truck farm be charged on Thursday night aud presence of P. A. Vans Agnew. S. J. Triplett. ,it,

as fell as a husky young man and a Friday night to pay the expenses of r .
of cancelled
State Florlda.-County Warrants were from the
voung lady, his grandchildren, to do commencement. Before me, lobe undersigned officer, I. following funds In the following ,
the work that will be. found too much .
] ,
John F. Gordon
personal appeared , amounts: .
for one pf his age. There being no : Sprained His,Foot. to me well known and known to me to Road . . . . . . $505 08 A(I #
which he
the site in
house on colony be the person described in and who executed l venue. . . . 453 40 4Bf!
q could temporarily reside, and the Willie herding cattle on the lakeshore the foregoing agreement; and Fine and Forfeiture. . 139 25 ?' y
tracts not yet having been allotted toe near the sawmill last ,

acknowledged to and before me that Poll tax report .,was examined,
purchasers, he pitched a tint near the morning, Mr. W. C. Bass's "
fine '
be tbe same for the uses and checked with stubs, found to be oor- .
building In which the' surveyors are mare caught her foot in -
gray the stir
purposes therein expressed r- :t, and the amount of $106 ordered
making their headquarters, and raisedan rup and fell with him. Mr. Baaa was Witness mv band and official sealat charged to th account of the tax col : 25 26 27 28 29 30. 31 32

Atnerlcao-ljajf', formally dedicating thrown forward over the animal's i Kisslmtnee, in the county and state lector. 4

his new home to the service of the government head but fortunately escaped with a aforesaid, this 15th dav of April, A. D. Tax collector's!ioense report showed

+ ,9 if ever needed.' few bruises and a sprained foot. Tbe 1909. f. A. Vans Agnew (Seal), $55.50 collected for the Stale and NOTH-A rood hard- road ran on all lour.1dea of this property.
Mr. Hantsch Is very optimistic mare, however, which is a fide animal ( N. p Seal) Notary Public. $27.75 for the ooyo ty. i

over the future prospects of the colonists and valued at ofer two hundred dollars My commission expires 1911 Sheriff's report showed $151.80 collected -
and says it/will not be surprising -I did not fare so well' her right The following JUli.n I from from fineand costs which was The above diagram represents thirty-two fire*'

if in there this are section tan thousand in two years'old time.soldiers knee fore foot joint being, which badly render fractured her useless"in the be attorney tor the April 22, ordered Treasurer charged filed to receipt his account from.T. .M. 1 acre tracts; the land is high and dry and. well tim- -. -

He predlcljrnr; Ilovernment'south for all practical purposes- -and--will lion."TT TX: Lesley, Chairman Board Murphy for $1230.18. account of sPecial bered; it located 0)101UlIe from Runnymede Hotel
establish a soldiers'in ioTnB-te-th* -probabIy-be-tf-total loss, though! an of ,
County Commissioners Osceola
a few years, and he thinks this effort is being made by Mr. Jeo. W. !I County Messrs. A. E Drought and J. M. two miles from the! lands of the Old Soldiers' Colony 1 k '
would be bv far the most suitable location Base heal the
as nero the climate Is such that save Mr Bass'Injured many friend and* 76 Dear acres Sir just-Referring purchased to by title the county of the board Willson requesting Jr., appeared that a before road the be and is of that character of soil best adapted t6 the ,;

one can live out of doors the year will sympathize,\ with'him In the loss from E. Gordon .
Mary through her opened up on section line on Hammock Cultivation of fruits and vegetables. There is excellent
round and the healthfulness I is not of his -
mare, as as the injuries husband, John F. Gordon. I beato re- Grove, Section 27 and 27, par

equaled In the United be States with, besidesa he himself sustained.Mr. pie ? that I have examined the title to allel I with the rartway! to the city limits. boating and fishing, being located in a network -
gained very
competency can saute as shown bv the abstract of title The board desiring legal advice
little' labor Tie says the old soldiers W. S. U led I of beautiful lakes. The climate is the finest in
Alyea who recently cut by the Osoeola County AbstractCo. and lobe attorney not being present. .
are'entitled to spend their few remainIng up 160 acres of land lying in the Klsslmmee ., dated April 17th,.19O9, and that I action was deferred until the next I he United States both '
In and contentment, winter and and
years peace valley and adjoining the Old am prepared to pass the title except. meeting.Mr. summer, the

and he knows of no olace where they Soldiers' Colony and Kunuvmsde hotel for one defect, which is as follows: -- J. $. Stratton called the attention locality Is totally free from mosquitoes. It Is
cap be found in such fuJL' .measure as con-
grounds. into 6 acre tracts and By deed dated DCember 31, 1884, of the board to a necessary
in this locatty.Capt. placed them on the market ai tlOO sr Jas. E. Mosely and wife conveyed the change desired by the resident property venient to market.

tract, is meeting with wonderful success land,,to N. J. Klrdwood, M. E. Gordon owners In the southeast quarterof (;
J. G. Williams Atlantic supervisor of in disposing of' them. So far he and C. L. Whitaker. See entry No.' Section 9, cbagirlng the road from

this division of the CoastLine has .old 'onh to other 14 of abstract Its present site along and parallel with Price $100 a Lot Till June' 15th. +'
wllll" about June'lst for the
consented .
states but this week By deed dated August 11th :
to let 1903 the SugarlBelt Railway to a point on -
West Coast line, where he will hold a Mr, S. J. Triplett of the Valley Gazette Mrs N. J. Kirdwood and her bus. the other aide of the canal its : '

similar position with the.same road. force have a section, that gentle band. S. R. Klrkwood: and J. A. present site this change bung necessary ,

Hte'auocessor G. here will be Capt.will A; man purchasing section 8. Mr. Alyea Klrltwood, bachelor, and Mrs. C. L. from the fact that the road was For further information regarding this property';/J '
Hamlltoorwith whom
i .be ex- says at the rate they are going he will Adams and T. H. Adam.; her husband too narrow where It ran'adjacenl to write to or call If I "
chaage position. onws1
Capt. Williams, dispose of tbe entire lot in two and C. L. Adams and F. H. the property of Ed Wh& ey. He said ; f
during his residence here has
proven weeks. Adams, all grantors, conveyedthe -tnafr-Mn-Whalej-won Idgivetheright -
himself a very accommodating and land to Mary E. Gordon. of way, and he was ,appointed a committee .
&gNeable.4molal-aad the-people Mrs.John T;'Slngletarr of Braden- The presumption is that the Adamses . of oaf lo confer with Mr. ; ALYEA KIIMMEE FLAr.r : "

this division will regret to. give him town is the guest of Mrs.' JI.'M,: Pfann In the second deed are in some way Whaler and instruct the surveyor to ( !. ,,

up'I this week. connected with C. L. Whitaker in the make a survey of the propdsed change. .
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United States R-k Second in Volume' <* *. Fanners Union Pi.. Wheat G nir! .l. *

". of Commerce. "' > for HithJPrices.SprlngHeld The British-naval estimates can 'to*

Taft Suffers From. Nervoui Washington,, D. C.-The international Great Northern Passenger Her a- chain Mo.-A plan to'In construct thegrainproducing I Reported 't U. S. WU1. Tke. an expenditure of U 76,73,69 durinc

, Breakdown. "* cbmnierco' of the- .world established Up Near Spokane, Wa.h .territory for-the purpose Charge ofhland *. the next "fiscal .year' almont
IH& United
1907 than
$40,000,000 more
record In with an '
a new "of holding wheat for hlh prices I

t. tDMPLETE7..RE'ST NEEDED aggregated! to figure-compiled Valifij pf 3fl.000000,000; by the, litf-according .$.0000; TA EN FROM. MAlL j! was', of indorsed thE grain here grower by tie ,mass"and -oattl-meetIng' \. SELf RULE.s'.A. FAILURE. State vole -l to*1'1 her sum Ispend.establishment that Germany and vcry'nearlytwice -will; de7

t(' 1h"d, > growers' branch' of the \ Far' ._ .. . __ ._. .
(,811.or IIIalj '', ...! JlqrI: ! 1Jt! tromnl..r'l .. '''-,-.. .Xutlcnal -...-".L '. aiVbncls 'OfPrw-
. "of liners' It is believed .
!-.and labor The trade evcy. Twelve-i, Per.on* Injured, *. Penult of tnIQJ. by dele 'Admit 'h'fcg''b11
} Administration Officials Refute to wealthy, mept-kant
.JK : P..icl ftt..Wif.W..T.kedl1lon' : YachtaK" ? ., coiinlry,, colpny, protectorate and KtUoH that farmers 'Ti ali ot.
; ; Wreck $ R.wtrd OHer.dFor'E f t' drceh Bay, ., MlKv
.OO next season will be prepared to handle of the' Situation, and elopld'wih
(s-lw&d, In ihe world -which makes a'ny '
; ... an undl
i flpb ..d w.. I urri.d', to ch Robb.r. a large percenlage'belr cropein 'lpl'urdll. fJ
report of j itn commerce Is Included" -:In'the this Secrecy Surrounds Plans. I ye Jreeu Bay.
\ .. the White Ho..... statement.' : way. r atrr8tI .I.t'8Imker. .the bridetwe&l
"V\ the-invitation
1 At I pf the American' brlllgroop 1tr, .
ft.!;? I I Practically( two-thirds of the yant total SjoKuncVash...lunvliold' uj of rtici Society of Equity, the farmers also 1: \\\\'IbinGtol\\ .- C.-That 1 third %
1\\ i l" Washington. n.' r.- Mr*. Toft I suffering ', Is '('rl"dil..d lo 'Rurope, whQso" j.'x- Oi u"I'l\ II I>/:.,(: Ilin. promiHed /'o'"ppI'11e/ with that organization. tho 'Unit- A lul Ha mid 'hla saved bin life, but
Cuba by
1f''' froor a lhl.'hl"'a'HowlI.1.,1'' ( ports ,are estimated "$8,000.0(10,000/ ( t 'bcuvi'wir u'uliK'i't and d. \ < o O. Nelson,' national'i latJPd. invasion' 9J that oboiil all that rcmallR to him.Terrorlxed .

I ...taken ill while on her way from thin I1IIt.lmj/rtJ, ? nt tll.nOO.OOO.oiiO.) () (, :NorthAtu'erica. (HrKOnwvcrw IIJ)1I.bE1 th C'I' organizer for the equity Boclelty, au4i I .. not Improbable In the not by !the threats of the
Including) Cejitral wrJca flni-: nu I lty to'MouM Viinoiuoii' the JKclu ', eased the inci-tlng, fu'Luvi; lLtllLh; }-uung Turka 'ha trans
Sylph wit !II) ii jiaitj of friends.. tiu/4'" 11 nit"'--Wrr1; n.11 WR-ill1: m'1 1'11111"11'1\ r: ''fl {wt1TI T iI11 nlU m d1h. 'Che report of the committee on rp8o11J aimy II -uuvy men nircd the 510.IOOOI thaK h< rla ondeptDsit
$:!. .(iii0.ono. ./ mid iiiiporied I a littleICIK u fur tiny I ) l the malls. col1'd InducoI In banks ovtr the
i Wail burrk/i' / ha U'tol I 1 thf I wlilti IIIMIMJt -. /ud 111" < < wWcli wan odOI)( d.'g"l; op- hel'' Na.uially all vffoit I" foreign .
van Kiiid. ut tin- 'w'lijiehouiM! ihnthere. < than $2,01111,0(1(1IIHO/ ( '( Asl.i. .supl'll) *"! d wltii 1.0 l'lluIIH/, of Ill ]l.o.lld i4j. l.-glwlatlotw'which, to I thrtn to speak openly. on the ""ljed1ft'll Young Turks.Hciievlngthir! .

I I Is no. imise ,tin' aliiim., and :jlliiii a''i' >ui. .1...ltO/l.Ollfi/ tit i 11 lit-: i\poi-ts (awl, I'' 1111. c'Olrol rai>Mjad rates by !11'1 r I Iff 1.nll, natp than .-'
.. IIJoIra., Tall /imla'h' \ ,,11I In.all.; ,lU'ii.agftlll icc'-l\-ed, about the- t-'aiii' valueIn imimris TinI'Uiidiis ilPtnrhi'il ,iht5 (Mijtliicai vuite'8 right's tiithe matter jnorlnl i I in :; 'Is i ni'vor, John H. I adyroi'itrti :toi> and .,
: Hrmlfi\ America\ .MMI! forth aliotilJT'oooii , ,( dil'K. tinefforiihxif .
1 IT In a ,I- \I il.iV T5hfav u-liu'il.1 to hlld'r. has had .r.t.11 al his /coutv ,,
; *o be pi f )" aui nHhial. : ilii.m i ,n '(''' worth of t(1Il\1- .;ai i> I'dhiaiu'f Iht;In "/' ' 'Ollgr'SIIt1 \ h'OII/]" OI H 11\01\.0 and ilunglutcI 1 try (' oar" lallmot', Jd.. amtiniimeiit ;-.
1 less ui.U 'linn, i fu rijiiMcid :1'111111'01 nuuJrV'f ,dlllicullies. .
j. tile w\\ I. ''f OPiesnli 1-- .01 "'luoll. I I deeper ''I III Inald.1 t to nu-nmi y .f Adam. '
'M: r.ii : 1.I11IHJr, / -j>:al'ql"i IP, '11<<. fnlt.-il Sffiti--/ -Xioiti| ,il .$2.13-: :; < niiiil 'l.i.. d ,in- -i!, OK| in-d. .they st'lil TI. JIPC of 10t in lhe>-fliamifucturi'tif ,! . TlieuIH iald to l I. 1"110Il'llj..e the first ninn.i 11. .
.. 'IIIIII.IIOM' $1110111.1' or 10.1"1.' mote' 'ban 111! ,. I. l/lll I U' ,) ( OllillC "llt! tillirn I 'friiin llic-. conditions as h.f I '
folloWJl'l.i.I"ll&rtb1' : ;: ::; r a.LIJ. 1:1 .11, .." 1 wlnu, rnpe, itacka 'and Ol r ar- A brought' ,
i 14 pei'i i-in' of iln- wiiId'tlafnl! : total < : .- ," <-n !niruin.. lU'lf I'niieil a U-.r iiioninsugo. "monimhlnlng" olllf (
Tan: l'IJ"II1 ". a.c I > in corniHoii use 1I'II. > id.Jt 1b" Iaf.! finm the mountains I Kentucky
I ? \.1.11.' 'the ijii.ioii-, tigiiii-u.-iii-d. ,. $11.>i.. The i onihii K>i Uil ( 1 U.I""I ir.
"AlTK: ; I all ,n- >olf'l'lIlt: :, 'h'1" 'lra WIIH .111,1 in Ihe meeting thai (!.- will b t -
1 ,,,111(11111"1'011I' 1.lti"i" ; ,.- I h""I'I'j "ei.,1,11,1. g.1 alinii! )':, 1 PI>' i cint of ihf (1)111)' ilowu" ih; iri,k II l ilitsatt of ('no.uOI more Itnlf ( of ('OtOI would I. I IK rerogiil/eil ''iy the admlnlslinli.tirinilon ',erposlilon llhll'llt ''t.tit Alalkll"YllI01.11,11 Seattle
;(iil:, Thf"' n i fiiinitiwhich' rrmtiil- 1'okiiii.l' i.111 lioiii., \\lun th,') \irn-\ .1.1hlioit 1 U ,slowly be- "
.f' the K.'e: and Kai' (ilml\ 'I'liioni. , I ,n . ', ] if inaniifaclurei-H would uw. 11 I '
I t ,.' ,1 .mot'limn' ivlo, ihid: ,to Hievriiii (llt-'ianiv' :<\ where TnM
*lty, CliHi-ln' : 1111,1|< JI iv < of t II.> of Iml" I"I
tlno.l "Sin;, ; ,,; ,total,,, I co'iiimiii' lor II"f';ill'. ilxtiu.iiiiKii, ,iliici' d a ,tic on I tin'llluk '- tl (> the growfhgc-oinpl'i" :ol'IIN. II'J the Dr. I'ml; 7;; I Hi-sell, of ( hitago. Innn
I a Kllghl: 0)iCi-ii1nn'i)' loll In-- ""irtlim 'jiin- f'ol I'hlllppineiN'atlunul .
....II..llh liim. Iin -i -1.111"1'1/ : .'i, I ih-ir!" onli-i. \\'ie the. t'miid,j I Kiirtr' I In tin I'fl'i" ] to ttnp ihrlr _w 1,1' : Organl/er" Nelson of Ibe 'iifv 111*"*"! tint" I Hie: admlnistin- ." 1"'I"'lIt uit-'cd 1 the I'udl' '
doin 1'niii'd'. :-:1111.: l J X'rinam.: ( ,l-'i.ini', 'J 1 < < UK'''"' andur \\i-iv ; ing of tnioi'4illly iu Ihe puMli! pchools, I'..:
f !, / hlH 1old ofthe ( .phIIL".IIH '
Ihen hiiiiii-il \\1'1. I tr" pi' i -uli)' ill 1 111111. 11"h1 equity sorloty. In addreHH, 1101 IiI 1111111)
Vi;" ilic-ilaiiiV] 1 *. Illinium.: ltal\ AiiMiiallunviiiv ; (i h\ tills but at'the sub tnn "lIlt that thV irnol a lixtbookIn
< ] | in 50 far us e\c-u muting
tmullian nds < I 1"11"
f' | : I > if III' tin I iluS.Unh. 11111.IUII" I OI]> I nt plalm of thaI organlvaiion. .. "
Jor Muunl I VenAm' .The excili-nn-i, : India ;lllIl l'IUN : 1.lln. tlu rnfhts.. Th"eij WUH ., Il j(" II cuulU not! otherwise I IPldlnJ'woul.1"-lllluloll" I

heal und c'Xerilnn" Wficloo inm-li\ Ii' iMrs. I11 1:1;i, and ]Ills enterH wereDrown "The olijeol sought by the members for 1 the "...' lie ,"10 111t 1( nulaton
'SL I ,
TafV's nervci. and; the parly wa- TIGER HR. I ( fJI' "llit-lr Iati ihciM I of
obliged to-t-.nn: iiac K iH-fuie i"cue hHi.4.Alexandria. -Killed One Hundred i.1 tinInjuiid boinij hjirt bl Klaet I from year.Kald "Io\'ra he, "Is much the Havana and Cli-nfiiegoit have -b.preparcd 'I. 1 charHi'liT-. Is n"l t f'luCIin in the ".

. I *" Mr.: Tutt nai IJIIK kl> Englishman Has 1 tin. broktn window j viime I lie )iurpOH" for whlill ihlscoiiMntlon by iii'| g? )erul" "''lIr ofarmy. 'I Ii' ne seiituTlip
\ and Thirty' Maneaters.London. < Whn the train n-aiht'd. rounds \ Chun:
1 carried to the w'hito hon-.e Tindoi. 101.1 han hecn called hy 'the The inmostrcrec.v -ill Ihll"1'I"I'P
. ... lorn va> that after .1 few cl<1'H of ioniresuin'e '" 1'.IItI,1( , Sain'hlllKard' ; 'oiTve _%> jttJjhiB hal, t-o !I.. don< \\111. FUirmrs' I'nluii ,these 1,111", 'It' \\g nc'edlfss- "KIIJ iinilI who I II. .lllt"1 1 Shi

Jllele lI'hl. \IIt< Tnll 1.1'" I.. ..171.' If. !. \ \yilmol. \\ hot I-, 10 have- kill : 1 the engine, < M-VV wa1* !I'usj I al tl.. 'jji: __ci'Jleeiixi, niarkPtliiK 1 the nuniIK I he .w.ar____Jeiiarlment. \\.1111 v ljj I' Kil. 1..n. 011111:: lint tif cilll- "
--- --- -- Trtmtirr hir'-r' -rht\Tr-nny oilier nwn.i tnpn cfn, factsmi will .' I t-i <.
\ TiT7"sTc' ; !lul iTinrcTs.';; TTi TTilaney -rt Twn suddenly apin-artd "riof I tinnocici \ will m-ll th'Mrninn stoutly denv the "xl.II"I 'I" pievlcius
I' Is In ;.n.' MII, | ; \Iiv, Muni.Mrs. .- )>i; v jn-i jiij-ri.d| in, Knulni'd. after <.n"II'1' ""h. .ihfusiinv a r, In the. ICngllsh mid Sluttish' oher( ,! of.lal.... hut' neverthelis hI. 111.1nl THUee.c has. 4si-in d ail edlit.

, ..'IKIII act"d" HS liot .- ;, ." .tliiit > lUe \ l\tT aAranibt, tinliodv. of Kiihinir u liuli-t-al.> < i>.(pcrall\e 5 the oftli ,ml il inn i lit- Mlie. wljitc foie-i .fun ,, the. Ian. 'ix( as Ini-pfc' \\ilhani MilU-r. omleii-d him 'to do a1 <, Hrll.tiii In 'tills n a> wo .will are knewn nul/ to 'nigh 'ranking officers W.111 11. 11111 (..f fivt oflit l lal

house. !I'!> '.I.I, "of fiM--si". 10 'Hie Indian > onimanilcil.Tie pam f nip." hthe' Rircutator| and he ,if ,ihe arm\ \xhii haM- und'i4utkand II. lute How a 1"" ;11.. ... "hn

J /!poni. i.ifn ni Mr. Wilniot.' In ihian1 | ,iiiKJU"-t-r jinil l-'irt-njan .10\.1..,- ueic h'h'uo,1 '101'" Ol'j.' ., .. I h,' lp". 1
.I'm" *
; I I10LI1NSHUKIII MUZZLED; I "",'1'--' III in'i-i \Ii-w I; -"awl1 Jal oVu'.M-d 11. mall: < ai as .' 'th< nisi l\es lh. piolits whlh go to the lonal I oidi-rh fni; theinoeniiiitK of Infantr Cl S.: I

:, 'I} kilo" ili'e; Indian loie( tfioni, !p\'d] mi 'ig tin- 1"1 ill n and out' 'IK Illalol mid, 1 the midillemen. the \ and, c \Vlry fori-c-s \ lioillf' of 'heer wax plni i d II h"

,Foe of Jefferson Davis' Riddled' toy r.d! to i ml. and, in> .tin- iciuisi- of nniliiil After I tin1 tram hud 11'1'1 ii few Krain grciwfis, matter wlnthrr Conditions illi Culm are heie\ed) lo 0111' sionw' of, thf newlown hall if

., Southern NewEpapers.WaBhliiKioif \ ac-- Ii (.' ripca'Ki-r; '"n lime i "nine. Ui io">. innin Ij "I"1: 1.o4I \ aid hi* and hU fl ii*'II'I'l.- : Inciune from/the sale of their lions of Ihe new- gO"'IIII'11 111 ad- An int husiast' Ii piohiln1111- "

; lion mux.yled Id-pri' sc ntaUvf llfillinworth. <- one IniiKlifil, and ihlit\ and f
'.- the Ohio i ongri-ssinan, w ln> moht of .ihem wen-. killed, ,,11t'1I', vith> Two ">ftile roMiers lh"1 wnl, Id rrro.trin rost of to I ronMinii < hv Ihe, Tiillcd StanInUs JH.! ainbi'i fliilil.ln I he'niche ot Hie i nr'
.... r baa been ir> ing lo make a Kit I k .lie- two or ilnee nilK-i-, I was ' ': thrdooi oi' tin- mail tar ..indoKliietl, rs br."d h. oon.Wm" lionil Issue. I ihf gn\ei ninenlhas iMCttiniTht: ItiHt-ript ion ''. Mic bn1-" I

: cause the t-ll\er service to In-. pieaented thiough' the Jungli-K 1 opi-nt-d. Thvir fonimiind wuobev hltm. Ala., was selecled ath traded thf. arxennl lie 1 leatl l<8 fnlloWN "At I'Mline' 'In- 1 r
lo ihi; hatil', hlp 'Ml's.liilIS !. | |, ,I b> 1(1.1011 K Sliiinpf., tin- mall j IS tO Ul. 111' till- like Ill-fh" llf .1ffl'IK'll KEtPLR BttOMIS I\SAM E.: ., .I"'K. wli ih holllnr wl, 1"t !')1'..I'' i e-ioni-llnl.n| cif Jti.nonHIM' i\'III'; l I" the pi-npl". IHI :the li.-v-, I
I ))a.18. ]ll is ,itporieil. !at Vhn l'a'lll' oltainid : Ktiiihci than that' ,tinncw, (;oi \ fiagi'1 was ili-miiifd 1, in I I'i i um<- --\- , I
1 Everybody i- nowlaiiKlmiK' \ i" ,tin1OhloBll Man Now. a Patient Where He Has a latj' ;*' t-nm of noncf) toni ,tht I.I HIGH TO WOMEN'' <>i nun nt I U iiealmg" hnndn-ils, o/ ofHIIS tinij "

bctauMlit' 01'd".1'/ 'in Been an Employee. t-jiisli I i d ra,1, I hi, nnioniit' \IH mn HAT. OWl and tllllnj: Ih'lJh Cntians Shut tun of the lioiise of i innin 'il-* J. f

getting Into th" "fTnliil i> eord, of the nifein) 'Ml Janips l "oimhfrifor 11..t al $ "i'' ''i"i' Chicago City, Council Proposes to De .\Ill"f Hn-" 11'1 who lounlit, fi.i \In 'tin- 11"' tinKnuli,, t '.nap, "iiliatiind < : !

: proceedings;. all of Ilie ediioilal. attacks tin, IH-I iwi-ntv" -. faan) all. ,,,Jan' 1'1. ( ;" .., \c-ilr-in. ha-- "n"111 1 a GOt to Females. Cuba I.I, MI-" l>i'lle\e iln-> arc' not tin- 1111111 I II in ;, "lch'' :
: lo whlth I In; has' 'lieen -m.iji-i led, and I emplince'/ .at 1h.. ,\oiihin Illinois ,-\a'd il f 'o iii-ii.f', .ad h .ml'.ii-r tap; ( 'hirjL-o 111The iil > cnnin \|' j-al "-< ..1\1.:;: tin ir ii-wanl nnd m.i\ ni.iki-. and' putting a ,, on J loi.iilleaiii'd. < ''j :

aa a result of his IIIlllall) ,,". llolllns- InMine: As\liini. fin-: Li'-en. 'tiiK'n. ,tiiit-d /lain jiidicar! > rmnmitttye haii t aio'dln I'' Mi/Hide nei. i -i-itatiim Intel, \ention |itin \ iii] .Oi-- 'ii\cr" opposiie I !,< tiousi of

6. worth. anise | It a tpnunr, ol /pnilege. to 1//h.<- illII'"I"' "' as ,in iiiinat''i' i < llin'ii!I in i'II' height, ...f.m,'' ,- \I'nlti ,d I Status' pat ha iin-iil" Ilinthe in.-it' .Mtoppeilaiul / .i

} 1\1\ He sent a l.aiih of new 'xpiipi i .flll" --''tlil'. aic-ndin, 'to ,..h." MI" a n1.ui I WANT TARIrF gL'ESTION' SETTLED.J. l-ats II h,_ .1""le"A tin 1 u ih\ "oul'- .11"11"1'
clippings ro iin tleiU's' desk Mus I : the hospital.) DoiiKheity. \left 'tin- inMlAUMOlI J. Business Will Then nin'1 e whiih "II penult uluiiui tinc' ol 1.1. 11.'' in admit' I 111' "'rlinis 'I'heiinddinly" then- was lr..1 1 from '

:.. _of then wen1 from .M.iMilhMnp' ') niidlyoulslanu ." \ IWO .Illolll litaSn on !"ea\eof'_ H.I Says "linn of .thiee Mory hats. ,n. stof ihe .11111'1' for irnsons nfpolic tinlaitriih, a bi-oatlr iile' of, fo ikiltK. "
: -ro papi-rs' and. all of tin in Mlierly ahu-nie A fiirtnjght IIBCI lie letiniudand lmp>ove.Wii'liiiiaii.ii The alcl'I'I"1 ha\ <- no paili :m-w Ithtin \ Tin- pi'-Mdi" lit ha alwaxliein -* TlKjInn' *-! alio\e .the I' " and, uuifiUai
:: t.: aKsulled. lIolIlIIwol'lh.Ell'. Iiwaa 'in a few ili\ .> he. linH" In-come \ 10linil. l > (f .I.m, | Hill. ;I 1 1111".1', . I'hli.iiu, : liea'rowners piouil uf t'lie Miiinnei 1 in \tltiililh ,. MIOWstoini' of liandli.lls, fltilKIII '
'tinliiili'nad" iiiiiL-iiil <<. : | ,\ >-
I read nntl .the hoii"- iaii;!hedri" 111"1111"I/ I'niL-iiita. Mipi-iin- 'i.l.l'I. or Illinois 1"llblallr. who <- I nlixil i Jaies." h'"IO.' d :irfilis, in' ) cl"1 liver Ihi- wni: l.ix 11"0' :
Kli-iit Tatt' He M d thf heln-f
heartily nl all .tin- ",,1.1' nanu 111'1'11..1tl '. ii> tide nl of, ,tinhofpital J, \ ilei hll"Ih,1,, t-xM'| intemptliiu lo inleifeie \llh i InMau: ,I'uhii and liiliiMthaT! action limit '. 'I '
flni' In la.itf' iifiiaionvas. lit (
If I <
lilt ion with lin-aiic nn t'hiiTIa of ti> \vi-i "ran
to the Oliioan ion--iant ns oc ta- rlhll 01"1 JIlMlM''lHc'prcnniatie
>> off '-hurt that nf.ilic, cum irit-al t. i iI
I :; Soma uf Ihethings IlolIiiiHnorlli tiinlwas! not th i aTlse of. tinman", Illm"II \ -I.h'I,1 head oinaTnTinwhtch ( Clark of :MIsmurt. Waihingtoo.III. .

"W" called in I Iht-ic editonalK weir, af(lie ,lion-- Inn' local |.di\, sieiairart- in-, ionpiss uas sliui, of. tht- toiintrvvoirid > |'l"-Hses iheir fujicTlieiefcire. \ sjn-nliing; of'haml, liaotlr cond1i.loiih I a ( onflirt boiwei-n "Piuiama polite ;

"confemptll,'.. Iniljwhtlp, "polHIcal. cllnid,I lo .liellexiilia. it 11-. In ;t-rirh in', a 'pit-at tlaii- ,'Ia ol p'n-p.' | ; ;, I Ihe ulI..I", piopo-r loiiiise In Culm and theannouiicrnieni. and i-inplOM'K. ('if I In innul zont. "i
.. HII lh.- Inhnlsi'- '"
-nenenlty. hall, "'II1t1 injsflt ntvnlngH
" : Al > llm'M;
," "pn ass \f the HrVt; III 11/1/;11 tI lid,' 10,1100 DEAD) AT ADANA. 'An1'' Art1 ruriH'tl. 1\'a, : IIIIRton | ed, to I "height elf S -el aiUI t; fill! t-ays-I i Kiff'o" hear that >i In nearliiillNldlnt, ; ) < 1
/ > Hill, Sunnp< opliset I I'H"ftlIIIR, in Ihe powei atCrlsloliaJ
** liI'I. inches abort* Ihe Hide-walk Ii M-l 1'011.1
a piislllanl pg' > 111' : "cowaidl.i, 'iilia ure such ii" max r." nloth.'I' "J
First Estimates, of People Killed, "in Ihlll, that Inuislmloii' \,,1' was" tinman \\ hiidi ( an AincrTi aYi Hi'tl a .
little cuss" HOP woiih I a Inn .rah: In, t"lmal LlpH Inti rvenTioii, nn our pail :M> KUI-HM 1 is \ 111"11'0. I
11 tine .tin- 'loothaihistl n hiiiki-n llm > .- IIP for I the \ nlfii an / \..ITh.,
hell." Exaggerated. ced I rfacon "squally .that' If w .- me; compelled lo inierMiieauiin -"WrC"1' ., .. t
(, '" After flll this hud iitien nlat-e' \ _. Aclana. Turkey The eiilmateof' cir make t 101''' Talk and ,agnation i J-.afK." He- noticed thai It itf, tint posIbU ve will .Hia> I here for kec-ps, pt.Ilct' w "nl ti> aiieH4 anomr. .11..01,1. }
', ,, killed I here 111 _\\'a.hllI"1 |it-oplc- innu .- for Ihe women lo walk under an whl'l iht-y w i-n-. III&rk"d ly
,. : : the record. Speaker Caiman niilleJHolllnsworlh. finlii :I'll.Ilio( to 2."do( ChriMians' Hepresi-nlutl\e. ," of Tnne<-see
r .;'I lie rxiUd that he could< *"ot':>" :Mohammedan1' ill the )prorinceof |">em.e. 01 'IJ.m I ihtirbusinexsand I' /wl1lnj in many places without "duck said hf"ki'w 11,111101"1,11 are not .sallnfactory h.\.1 lnditt ,ii

not-speak to a quehilon of. privilege.! Ailann. made a fiirinlKht:: I ago. must hope tor .somt.lemsla: I hil" So he had Ihe ordinance pre In ('11/1 and lhal/ the ('Ulll The :"I-orse ,'oclp'll'1pr f Q I), will
r bIll ofllclal charatler was not. lit- Irevlied.. It Is. nnv asc-ertallic' >d I that ll\o cure-all \'hat e want I is 10liave pared.' He aluo ihoiiKht higher awn government had not lived 10 ltpromlseB. no longer be the. dial i IKS .signal from

'tackedIn any 01III<' cdllorlals. IIollias the numlieran hardly ic-ac-h more the tarlW ali III tOi over with and I Inns would he> of benefit to tall men, "In m> JudgmeVit.II be, \t-sKeln In double. 0111 lo the difficulty

1: I worth then asked, unanlmoim cona than 10.0110.! posKlbly, less. Thousands lf.t lh.e :9ple(1-ill'k to work and' and to tliOKI- who wear theater and "It was a serloim ml..lakl. for the of making deciphering this

1'; ). t nt< to proceed. '-who ure nuppo.fd to_have been killed aid ,the great wheels! progress to.turn. Bilk hats.- I'nited' States to ever turn thn Inland signal, it. has bt'en dmlded to abandon

I ( Francis Hurton Harrison: of Xew In the country districts have.sln'CB' Things will bepln to hum. The" '. GOOD FOR ... over to the Cubani,' It is quite probable It and nubstltute "8. O. S'" Tbe.
.."' father Da- outlook l "goo -York, whoBB' was Jefferson come Into some of the largo tnyt'llsfor that we will have to return to hal adopted .
," via' secretary 'objected and llolllns.worthwas relief. ,' Speaking of the pOlelb ltte..r BRrlcullure. National. Game I Indorsed fay Play- '! the Inland. J we do .we- will remain- I treaty and 1, now official alf

.. ;:< _, seated. , : .?' '' Fugitive frpmtha -villagesxjr.s.etllements \ t. Mr. HH1.. ;In who the himself west a 'farraef .'. ground A..o laton., -" ? .... ..1.1Pltsburg there ..!..J... '" . ""...1.':'.""".;, over.'jlho.worldj;- .Tlx next. JacK Ulnns,
': who .flrst rea.ched tllK", hsrge II' ; Pa.-That vbat.ebaH IB a' who nlgnals from "b* wirtlesa telegraph
PB8SPEBITY RETURNING. one (art of 20.060 jicres and TURPENTINE MEN room of a vessel in distress
.. towns after the 'masacres began.'exexaggerled wnhl8' I hfftlthy for boys "and should beenoutagcd SNTICED. I
.. __ _- !: ll\rough their fears, the of (li.(00. raid that these two sort, on the public will flash out' "H. O. S." 'in place of
SfOOO Iron Employees to Get 10 PerCent extent of the slaughter sections are romlng forward tiv leaps I the decision of ehe plll/rollld"> g'oul1 Jail Sentences and Fines, Assessed the now famous "C( Q II '
Raise.Pitlsburg and hounds He lhat thi- /1
dpdar.t of Ameilca In Hession by Court. Act iirdlng' to advices just ro'celved
PI<.-Tin -unnouni "101"11"- I l strutJKlInK to rcKiore. I ho soil AI"olallol .
;; FEDERATION UF ,4RT OKUAMZrU.Object" .ulh I. advocates of anew a\alllh. (iu. -Overruling the mo from Colonel CeoigiV ''he
Is made here I that lifi.oim employeesof whl II h "an>.cxliiuHfed; by her improvident 111'' Mlnpr.. lion in of judgment uflered by Gn..rtal"
national garnito take ihe placeof arr.1 Panama canal al the present rate ofInoirieHK
Iron and xtecl companit;\ 4. having cf the Federatoin is to Cultivate methods rf uicrlculturp beforethe
the defense. (! William H. Shep-
baseball hut the vole dlarloaed ? will lii> rOlp'.I'd.o"lar' asthe
.: "- headquarters here and In I ibis \ lclnIty -; the Taste of the Public. I a r. paid HenleiKi'd I the \ rnen found ,
I a large majority y for Ihe present national I ('X' 0\11 Ion 1 < Augusi -
will recelie an advance In wagcHf Washington.; I n. (' The American STRAW PAVING A SUCCESS.It game.Athletics guilt } of violating the Sherman null- 1. ian.! The total amount x>fexta
f:;,averaging; 10 I per cent the first ofX. Federation of AIIH. was formally/ inhiipurated for plrla. were dlscuHKc-d. trust law and for I I"* first tlmi" so. vat Itin since Mav: 4 liO4! when. .

:June or the 1st. of July. Some of the by the adoption of a* con Prevents Dust and Holds Heavy but, occasioned no friction. Several far as known jail ..ciitcnct-s., in Ihe fnlteil States underiook HIP work.

,. xoanufacturers have already posted\ 1 stitution.' Tin- object of Ihe f.\-ra., Traffic Well. addre 'Be were by delegates two canes, were Imlo",'' The sentencen has been 73.124.84t!' cubic yaids. OfthlH
bnotices of the !Increase, and others.It <
; follow
'," tion lslhe amalgamation of Indllol. Wash.-Paving town attending I hoc-ongre K R.AUTOMOBILES ___ I : amount more rhari "1..h111. or
U will do'so In few
< said a days BtltutloiiM and organizations for the wheat etraw as a means Spencer P. 8hot 111. chairman of the 38.039.ISO cubic yard*, has. liet-n taken
f"r e-'Unlled Slall'lI.8tl'.1 Corporation! advancement of art and I the cultivation of binding the mid in the spring and SLAUGHTER CHILDREN board of directors of the American mil In the last I twelve m011 hI. It in

>. '" han made no announcement of an in.creaae of public taste It Is providedlhat keeping the dust. down later In the - :Naval Storea Company, three months estimated that the-e remains to bo
,. . In wagc''', but It Is said theJooes 27 Killed fev Machines in New York In jail and a fine of $5.000. .
.., ,. the headquarters of Ihe.l..d..a. season IB being demonstrated here excavated 101.40.74fi ; & Laughlln Steel Company, the ; City Since AprilTst.New Kklmund 8. Nash, of thecompany.
shall In and that where two miles of were treated president ,has nominated
'aahln/lon. Ilre..11 ap
Iron and Steel lon York City.-Twelve-year-old president
H Comlany.aDd :
pubIIc > fine.John .
.shall be In thin this spring n foot of' fresh straw U.IOO ell States dislrlcl judge for eastern
other Independent companies will Walter Purdy was run over In front nl
city. More than one hundred delegates being Uld from curb to curb 'and Cooper Myers, vice president district of North Henry
reatore the wages 'paid prior to 'the of his home ,ln Ninety-fourth street of the American Company and president I' Carolna.
alf'nd..d I Ihe session, was packed Into the wet ground following (IrovcH Connor, of : .
lit of last April when a general cut "hl(1 by an automobie driven by MlnthorneWoolsey. of the Transportationand
presided over by Charles a slight The experiment U atonal -
Ihe gave considertlon '-
ralnCl Wooluey was held l'rMldE'nl mOI'1
... .made. a
-- ---- I lason, president of the (hl'aI1 Art ' a IUCl.'eSl. as the Terminal Company three months I to this North Carolina
5,000 BALES OF COTTON DESTRUYED.'Flam. Institute, and vice president of the streets are ..neat and clean and there of under homicide.|50Q bal Since on a April tertinfcal 1. accord-charge in Jai and a fine of 12,500. than to all of the other va'lncles Jodreshp'I I}
MiadHoardman of
National of Art. la no dual though traffic to and ffom Oeorgo New
Academy : the federal bench, with which" he has
.. at Fort8.h.;; Ark., Burn a.. -' - -- -- the big wheat ranches U heavy. Country Ins to the 10111. twenty-seven children York treasurer of the Amf'rlran'a.: had to deal. since his .

Large Quantity of Cottpn. $5,000 For Florida Schooj.TUnghampton roads fn other parts of Washington have Htreets blpn of ManhaMan.Newty by aulornohllesIn val Stored Company, $2t.(.0 fine. I has been In constant anluglraton.He (
Fort Smith, Ark.-Fire here destroyd S. Y.-By terms hall been "slrawl" for yearn Carl Moller of Jalkllonvle. Fla.. with the North Carolina senators and
... the Fort Smith compress and Its ; the during the -summer monlbl to hold R!enl of the American /pnl'ral representative I ** all.l1al before
of his will, for alr.phl.I 1)la'I
I 'contents of 5.000 bales of cotton. The ol..rE'd Ilrrpjtalf. the dust, ut this Is the first time manager of theallonal Transportation him the names of at a dozen
loas is estimated at $300,000 and is court here, S. Mills Ely who It has been tried In town and It U I P. II. IJeamt a drayman at Sheldon, I and Terminal Company In Jacksonville. candidates. Judge Connor a

4 orered by Insurance. died last week bequeaths $5,000 to not unlikely that other communitieswill Ilo"a. hal been notified that he Is heir $5,0
The flre Jrf supposed to havo been the Hungerford Normal -ohoo! of Cottonvllle. take Mp I he work until permanent lo an (tale of J40.000.000 in New The case will be appealed to the bench of the supreme. court of North

Muted by Incendiary.. Fla.Man pavements are built. I York city, lleaim Is Ior' {I'nlted States court of appeals. Carolina.
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i Angeled becnuse *hl companion j SERIES OF URNADOES. Four Sac and Fox Indians from
I Max Stelner. refimed lo qui whlstHng I Ohio were 1ton/I the large I throng ofvsllojs

He Broke Laws as to Use of McNeil, Ark. (Iolmlnl complete .n tpr Dtp w .Indorses Statement when he wan.tfd I" sleep. Joe H ebon .Three States Suffer Damage from the } 1t t 1 wh" house who shook

Free Transportation. lapse' of memory, a arrived-i That is a' Issue.WashlnKton IK t shot and killed Sleiner and Is Storms One Town Devastated. hands with President Taft one day

Tallahassee, Fla. Speaker! Karris here with t the onl' m'anf of Identification "' U. C \- H"IHulrll In the county Jail at Kureka Cal., Kansas C'lty. :\IoA: Kefles of tornadoen recently. The' thief of Ihe delegation

had read to the house of repru entua being Ihe letters "H. A. W., though he I Is. Senator IM-pew SON charged( with murd..r.PelPr In Kansas. MlMsouil and Okla was Push-E-TaN'equa. An Indian

tI"'* telegram; ; from Hon. Frank : on his linen. He xays he rememoersti I York In a rpeech In the senate In- M, Miller, father of fourteen loT killed at least five. Injured-53, named Tesson noted as Interpreter
....k. congreneraan from Florida, In : -"war in Texas and lljat he was ajirofesnor dor ed General Hancock's declaration children, committed suicide at HenMolnea. one town wrecked a train and Introduced hjs fellow ( Tes-

..'-wIUoh be J ald: al a university, but his recolH'i thr* the Ilrlf was a local Issue.Mr. Iowa by aw-allowlng C'arbole'acd. and -till, great damage to property.Twentynve . Is a mp.iir-) the C! 'aler8.A. ., and
*1 denounce a< unqualifiedly and : lion further than this is blank. I)"i>' advocated a duty on Shortly before taking; drug men. were Injured by a lon wore hlH .huton..d uniform. I
saying that the majorl'y he his wife that he could no longer that : ,
false Intimidation by leg'Islstlve petroleum storm KWept over
aaely any I :Ioult0sn
.."" _, committee or other persons Prohibition Bill Lost In Missouri.JefferKOir of the product In this country Is produced takE care of HO large a laml)'. The ingion and 'alrmouJ Park, suburbs The l freight Ihe Interstate bureau fled

..;, ,.,that I have violated any law In use t'lty.lo.The: MUsourKFtale by independent, operators.He widow dpolllltf'. N of Kon"a".Clly. merce complaint commission against the Southern
,.Gf railroad! transportation In Florida senate refiised 'lo recede from declared thaI if the protectionn General P. .1). tSrant' In a lecture The town of Hollis.. Kan was swept and San Francisco, and

'or elsewhere. 1 defy these people lo the tax rider amendment' to the prohibition % cotton were'r'movll the manu before'the Chicago Y. M. f. A. on awaHere thrt'e were killed, and Mobile 1'1111'0/,1, Kansas City aliening

f.. '.Institute proceeaings here there or joint 1..11101. and asked fa'turel of as and Georgia "Total Abstinence." t-ald : "The reapon ten seriously,' Injured.The lhat these roads raiways. < tlcally I
< .sunjrwbere. If they are honest and have I the house for 'lce comntit- would be wjpt-il .
>j>rox>f, let them proceed. If they have tee Thin action IH taken generally 'crgardH Iron the "ame would be young men In because that when I i I however, laid waste to many farmhouses toloc. Ml s., from markets

Dot: the proof I they are not honest at. PI'lllIt[, Ip I .ni of legislative action true of Alabama, Tennessee*T and \VfttVirginia. mal gets drunk only once In a v'hle'l and many people, are reported I for cotton and cotton Jemphll"prd because ofprohibitive.

aDd dare not Jlroc ed." Mibject he always chooses the wrong'
,COTTON STATISTICS JUNE 4. i r'e pf the "Immortal 608" Dead. CAPTAIN-HAINS-- -SNUNCID.B the"Eat teeth hard clean food and If you preserve wish to them FIRE IN NORFOLK- VA "It'ls directors a matter and for Ihe discretion ofIhe

a national
.Change In Date Mall--* Because of \\"hlllon. U. C.\-' Captain MlsslsHlppleditor .Jackson to-1 Years in Periitentiary for the Is the advice of !r. George Gunning- Seaboard Air Line Warehouse Destroyed bank to determine om'rn Whether thoy
Kirk mall. "urmpr\) a Slayer of Annis. ham, who has fteen conducting' a wuffade -Four Injured
Davis' Birthday I will enter lntovantract
r with an Insurance
l and a well, known confederateveteran. for the preservation of the tee'hof Por't'smouih, Va. Fire of
)1' Washington. IX C.- >Friday June 4. Flushing, X Y Captain Peter C. unknown the
comhany guaranteeing
;rf.""; at noon has been fixld by the bureau Idled In a hospital. here. How.ix Mains. Jr., I'nlteJ Stales Army, who KngllBh children. I origin accompanied' hy an f'xJloMlo/! solvency of the hank said

f".tatistics as the date for the isnance one cf the officers known In the was convltted of manslaughter In the Hy the description! of the clothing I Il .destroyed tht- general wnrl'holRO of o leneral I Attorney
'. :. of tbe report regarding the ninth as "Ihe Immortal .lx hundred," llrBt' decree for killing William E.AnnlB l the dead body of a small child found the Seaboard All Line railway at the I \'kk..r"ham. In an opinion

1 gvcreaKe and condition of cotton in- who, uu prisoners of war. were 1.lacEd at the llaxsido Yadit Club laat piesscd' In a bahof rolton at I mil railroad terminals here entailing a forwarded to Secretary- of the Treasury

t 1 :cteadof June 3, as heretofore announced. under confederate fire on tin Island August was Kfijlenced by .IiiBllc-e (!nrrtHon at Manchester. 'Illand. has I""n loss of from Jloo.oiui 10 $ JloO.tiiiO.. and :McVwngh. This dl"I'rllon. lays

l The change 1 1:1 made becans near Charleston. S. C.. by the- union In the HUirerne| court" lo an in-, 1 IdentjAed as-that ot the mlselng child I I..ulinl II the Injury of four men. I the attorney Inpral. Is 'to be exerrlacd -
'. : majority of the cotton pro- rmV as' a mea-jure of retaliation. 11.llrmlnII. sentence, of not leos I than of P. -Hart man who was, one being 'I<"rlol ly hurt.Hetwcen In view of the solvency and general
'JI''. IdacUig .t.a.leL.wJU ob8nve_June S asl Captain Klrkman serred under CJener-' eight yearn nor more than sixteen ,08ed haxe been lost or stolen Ril1| fly and sixty freight cars, financial {'oldlloS, ot the comliany -

the .occasion'Jefferson ..berq'I at John 'n. Morgnn, and 1"It.,1 at hard labor in the New Yarkcr.e Mr34artmau some Hi, loul.ed: alt> '. were maklJig_ lnsuranceBnd the
holiday .
lecal yelTI TeJi11asUf'Hmr reasonableness of .
but HUe the rate of ,
old. burned.
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: THEOtGHOUT( i STATL. Val able. Deposits '. Clay tit NEWS OF THE' LE6IUTIJRE. .... Q a ..... a .'.. taxed Into something; Ilk J* r'
North and Central Florida.
even a little

.t Arpolntment' of plltos tor the part Washington D.. C.-The' valuable With the adoption' of a resolution pres>u> He *ras careful not to moT.Ihe -:
()t. Ftrnandltia' Has deposits of claythat- are found no tt
been performed. accepting the report of the 1907In
Six pilots were appointed for the port widely distributed In northern and ternal Improvement fund Investigating tt .a 14raidqt frightening Moa*..
central florid present sleur some kind of flC
have. to the ;
( a* follows: J. Fred Lehman D. P. commission report In the house It

f" Mularky. ..Qeorgtt I** Rou&'O. V, Hill- time received lfttle-UJe except in the li probable that the matter has been But soot .became eoeaCn';

I yrr. J. R. :MIL and IV. U-Cv-.Duryoc. manufacture of. common building settled so far a 'lhat body tfl. con almost ghastly. _Thold ( /]

Appointment lIot for other ports -Fheare.howeewell; : ; tilted cerned. "i came Into the lgh. The thin boke .

will noon/ follow for -variety of purposes and' some no&e, the ) bI
';and :Mr Hynum or has Introduced ( -
front fire.brick,, red earthenware ; Hamilton
.': Flirm l'll. everywhere) 'be owe cast on the ground the old claw-
in the' house bill .
tile providingfor
and have been produced, a $ DIVINING
t y to learn that ROD like movement of hands seemed-
: the combination among tayo. tbe United. States Oeoloytcal the creation and government of -he

1. the Chilean producers" nitrate soda Survey P 1'8' ''Bulletin. the northern third of, D< So6 county, 1j toLAzjhur.aait. he jre're watching

!r . Iras been "brokoii by dlsagroeinent the brlckmaklng Industry of' the the vroposednew county to be knownas creature naif-vulture: bal.human

lIl, among them. In The future there will state Is most active near .the large Seminole* DeSolo Is the .third By LADY MARGARET -1M AJENOtC.UJUJU. Then came' th'p sound voice.

':, be unlimited, production! and exportation centers of 'population where the demand largest county In the lit a to. it has ..- I .-!!-..* the low whisper ot a man '

":.. by tha varlouJ: nitrate worn lilabile. > for the product is'' good. About ae Bed' property valuations of '.,500.:- "One, two, four,," COUDUDC

._ report! Consul Bea llanua. 5t t w?t1ty-aey.e11 factories are In .'opera- 0JO.( ,.This_county la so rapidly\ developing -...( (j_. (j)_._._." _& Q ._a' Arthur eoul&thee not seewhatjmowas s on
'Iquique. lion 1ft thirteen counties. The factories that taxable property is said to\' '
CHAPTER III. 3 The dog who counting: that was within the black .
ranted to be let'alone .
Miami's" city eouncl! has laken steps!: are most numerous near The have Increased 2OOO.OuO') within the ,

-.. to begin.' system ot public parKS"! |orihorn line of the state, because past eight years. The success that? Continued.'WomenAeea51i3LsaUafie&rhea. kept making odd ltte yaps and case; but It .a something the 011 ''

0.- for that rapidly growing clt _->yJtN! ;_-theclaysare there most_abundant.TnaddltJon vegetable growers have attained snarrt-nKa. "AJv, J'pjU . I""<_ uncle 'man- 10Yed. / >r' his Angers 'ondled'It

.-.._..: ]'Yrc) ) u., of ( wo blocks front fug 'ont to the supply, necessary around Wauchula; Zolfo'and' Bowling they know no better; rest assured of keepa some of These little hounds?" Tcif"R raOTe o\'e ,

bet.Miami river. .to .meetthe home demand, Considerable Greeh during the'past few years has that Antoinette wilt know no bet- said Monsieur Rigaud, seating himself It counttng -

While Jacksonville is utrlvlnjf hard! clay Is mined In Florida and attracted a number of industrious at some distance from Chloe's went on up to hun< even ',
ter also she will be : e.
; a great protec'tlon
< 10 Induce Immigration It recogulze-4, I shipped to some of the northern farmers to that suction of the state b4ack muzzle. '. "They are said to bea further, when suddenly e0
she has
to about her
that, dead men do not co'unl In a ceil- state, where It Issold under the The committee appplnted 5by"lhe me great protection. struck 3, and -
SElL Therefore. It is not bidding for name of ball .clay and. ti4for themanufacture of the mysterious gUt-bpeI trouble ed so that the
v-lslt sharply
o Speaker of the house to and -Inspect "They are only little useless plaything aomethlc'D
.' of Ar for you. I stay too long.
the electric chair. -*- potter
the state 'school at Ma- of black box jingled Ha
reforft aunt's
S the manufacture, of pottery from this Igaud." said Mr. Pensions my Arthur. ratted.
Authorities were quoted In thet'nltpd flanna have compiled with their duties hastily thrust in of cotton
"She is Very fond ot them amass
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clay, which is mined "In Putnamand uAe. smiing.
earnestly, "be advised by Do
: Statuj s in at o recently to show and have returned to the capi
wool" that be gathered from the
but for I don't up
Lake has beep as protection, fancy
counties recently established -
that with the Increase ; justice to child. -You have "no
of population tal. The committee is composed of your
darkness beside him thrust It 0
In Jacksonville\ they
thai will naturally toke place' In this I Messrs. UuPont of St. Jorm -a.n Some brief notes'on I tin geology of Monsieur Rlgaud was fur made tight, replaced the box -
the Florida clays by George C. Mat- away the key with him and
oil. nitcd Slater' will bo exhausted 111 i that they found only the most favorable things. Believe me the happiness tively at Arthur's Btal"'ar fO'm. ..larul '
son of lilt..nltf'd Slates GeologicalHurvey with the 1
I hh I." Tin- Rll'R of "You are very tall and same 'extraordinary t
.- yuiM peal dell conditions existing at the reform will for very
have beun soon compensate you any sacrifice -
Just published by
Florida will In* of IncI'ellRlnlvsllle; I school strong? he said, interrogatively."Yes : with which he had come
I the In an advance chapter from .
survey )
With '. Arthur heaved of reliefs. I
-every ) ar that I both a sigh
pa.tses. ,
Bulletin 38it.- (380-K), which forms. A big ripple was caused In the v"I hate the word 'sacrifice! sa4! am

Thereare several nieiilorloiu measures i Part 1 of "Conlrlbulluns to Economic house' by the report of. the special Monsieur Rlgaud ; "and believe me, 1Ja. fine thing to have so perfect the door closed noiselessly behind

tbn'' will have to go; over to the ', Geology. 1908." This chapter which committee appointed to secure from dear la. 'a. hnIQue." said th friend.-
my totally ttnneces--
next: I i.iun of thEkgjalaiu.e, In contaiiiH also-ll.tts of the survey publications the flies of tile railroad commissiona rather plaintively. "Nobody night.t he said to hmsel. "It the

view or I tho depleted stai( Of I Ihe I relating to clays fuller' list of the members-' and state officials sary. You know the! old JJro'erb.'What would like to meddle with you. 7 old heathen cannot sleep without

stat.trsasui, ) I earth lime and magnetite gypsum! and employee who have received the eye doth not see the heart "I 4on't think 'they would," said counting his trea"urel he must

I County uifuriully ofti'xt I books won and plasters glaris; 8ant!. abrnslves pauses. There were many well- doth not grievepver.1: It Is absolutely Arthur "Only of course, change rooms with roe: ha abaD'

__ _Lilt flrnt..r"; "'"* .I"...llr"__ !imis-nhi'ti.-mltcr I I mlucr.uL| |'J8JlL.a.ud---| ili08jJha.1cIl.wilLbe.] known Florldlans on the list Jv!* it ] applicable to this one against
.a diMriMsloii, hat wan warm ut ,I sent free of charge to anyone making; was understood that some on the list should I not Indulge my predilectionsfor may nlmbers. The next morning breakfast
"True. I wish I like .
|lint < a motion to indefinitely, 110"1-1 I application lo 'the director. United reported were not connected with i a quiet and unpretentious life? was strong

)jioiie ,the, McCreury bill wa.i defeated StatcH Ueolujilcal. 8111'\'''''. \Wa..bIQ/ I the: stal 4 at I the I lime they it-cured "I have of course, no right to In you," he went on ; "and I wish my Monsieur Rtgaud asked Arthuritt."

b.> ,.Lolt.! 01 1 13 I 10 8.Ilj I'tosi, D. (' lie I passes the1 report was submitted terfere. lie ...1'1 of as little value as 'ours. an.thlng had disturbed him In tha .

r the t lo t Ihe joint judiciary committees I t I to Slay! I did not mean that. Do not : le answered'ices; .tbat hahd
spite, > \ust umoiinl of work Bills Signed by Governor Qilchrist The old Frenchman bowed The
,. look. been greatly disturbed..
;--- '.1.._ H.. 4itdone, thy r n1111P'prl"In j I Mostly or -Local Nature. Into. bow was full of & klifd of fine Irony be otendo. but.
After'mu..h dlscunhlon the huuso not In the least would explain later. Monsieur
thaiKi'' "I| the construction woik on I Tnllaha" 'Ia.-Th gi>\i-rnor which Irritated!' .'. DiMifctone considerably. am offeudrl, R. "
ill" fXtrnsrJii Mllll I Insist that Ihevwill ; baa signed I the. fallow Inn blllx : An act pawned I lie bill prolilblltny; I Ihe hayIng) said Arthur laughing.MMy life can gaud's face turned"more yellow ,

have ''li.' loml finished in Unto 10 I IncorpoiKilIng the iiiuiiU Ipullty of of i poll I taxes by other than I the voter I certainly not be considered the" least ever but he changed the subject.with, .

inn tiuiiiu: ,nilo Key WCHI li.Kobru. liradentow n ; an act, protecting fish for whom the I lax Is paid anti the bill "I" have said .ttll I can presume- tosay valuable just now. I hope to make It all the grace ot a Frenchman apologizing

11 i y in I lie lakes and streams of DeSolocounly requiring newspapers lo inarU all .., he said, rather fiercely. i so In time." I for hivlnl made a mal.apr'
n,-" editorials and cartoons whichare 1 aiu. obliged to you for your good
1 h. I International! league for I Hitcha : ; an act granting a new -barter II. << .Ah. yes, doubtless of ( yo'uwill rrk. they were atona -

\" \ I improvement. which han been in t I'o t the town of ('leat-, \\ ater., nn act paid for as advertising matter.Five advice said Monsieur Rlgaud ; then ; but meanwhile? ". 'oursI J01 told him that his own .

loll for, the aliollHhlng I I t hilreseII I I for voted Hualimt the latter meas swiftly tnrnjijx! the conversation .
-5 '-5- .past t a ojdaj >i at KlchVa ) guvurnnienl "Meanwhile It does not matter tlons had troubled him ; that'hoa'
III I. will I IE- dial'-ieil< i iimlerHie the town of Len :Madison county an ure. lnd: more obliged; to you still for an Inward conviction t
How well
1 luw the Governor GIlchrlHt has, tott t Iho first kind Invitation. With "Certainly. 'ou. speak. .cake
uf Florida. It will meet unnually art abolishing present' government your most .
In his
In S* A igui/ >iliie. fli.>. t Tliurxda. } I t Mulberry: ,. nml ( reatliiR I' a new lime, used hIs! veto power 'lie submitted your permission! I return at once to I have a-box. a little box. 1 contains lef charge was ot greater '
value than he had thought. Ha !
\ 'II KehiuttiV "- le names und r.-I'I municipality an 0"1.amending "eclloim messages lo I Ihttwo IICJMSOHvetoing my hotel, there to pack myfllothes. papers of no value to any one but .
- clia I I Ihe bill "Io'lIdllltlw I myself: to others useless, but to afraid of I the responsibility, and ha '
" .10''H' tit II. liu-tJrporalorH are. : John one and twelve of |pt ler 5511 1 ': I (powers and I will return this evening before menestlmable.

.\ StcwiU', :New; York >ilU t J E In- I of st-el lull eniltli-d "an a<-l to etit tab- of the <'II)' of Di-Ijind and making; dinner to Install myself under I went Into your room proposed an exchange ot apartments. -

xiuhain.' Si, Augustine KlaTJoliii AM- flab Hie miuilcl|,ulliy of l-argo./: I III1U-\ void a bonding elecilnn, held In hat yourmost Just now. It was a mistake. I would Monsieur Rtgaud accepted with ala

dti-ori I Mi, ,'t lionV oils, =N4 HAugustine. : :\1. horougb eoniily t andOft 1 abollahingIhe I. I city. ('oust It Ut' loiial grounds weie hospitable roof not have Intruded for the .orld. butI rity, and from thenceforth to the enl' '

TII'hH'. :S'KoMer. Kla.:; J. t' 1t preMenl government of Calralielleami given by I the governor. Monsieur Rlgaud was just going am a man of quick observation. I of the week when he departe .'

XL AIIKIIlI insFla.. Allwlt, !. 'HlalJllsliinn a new municipality, ; Th. lI'nalt' passed ibe McMullen when a sudden thought occurred to could not help seeing you had there Denstones saw little Ha

l.ewii 1 ll.ivmianis. Creek. PaV.; A. :\ll\c an flT-&..,repeallnn. ': chapter 5094! of thegrnerap bill, prohibiting; tire Insuiance companies Mr. Denstone and he strode -after ,. strong" cupboard with a good lock 1IIMt the whole day In his room.

\ Al AuguIliisF'la./ ; K ,l-a4isll li-s entltleil! "an act In- from coiu.blnlng to fix Ibo commissions him toward the door un with the greatest cara

JHehion..MuMeiH E'lvpliind. Ohio; "::1Ipn.I 1.1 corKitiug| -t-he_ lowii -of Trilby, PaR-; ; the -Cookbill, Rlgaud.." he said "1t has just oc- a firm," new lock; a itaahogany' cup lo..klnl I was obliged to

:31. Augustine. "'111.; 111111' co county, slid g-cjinllng; powers for prohibiting the mlll1l1ra. tlll'P'. sale orcurrying r'urrl'd to me I should like to give I board. leaY.'Ian4"
J L 1I'owll., Si. Augustine I Via ThnaennwsE an election of oniceri an act prohibiting of automatic Hliotgun-.i. you one word of warning. Do not "Yes, said Arthur. "It Is so. manifesting so strong a dislike to anT ..'
shoot wounding I There is a stout old wardrobe there. Inroad of housemaids that they
hunting. ln-std
aii> d !
n moveS Any bill that will make It possible deceive )yourself wltb the idea that
"nient. of lIa'' 11)11511. If not of Intcrnationul. !, of game: within a half mile of tho I hang my.coats In It." marked to each other that b..u ,
for to from
parents move one county when are at home at Galley *
poop has already been begun boundary line of 1'alatka: an act lo.authorle to another In our "talt. and not have you you "There Is nothing of the kind In only going to stay a week, for hia' .,-

\\ hit. II will !not cease to vxerl a powerful the city of Ocala lo levy a 10' buy a new set of srliool hooks for can preserve now the strict incognitothat ; my room," said Monsieur Rigaud, room would be unfit for any respects-! \'

.nll"IIC" ao long us good r ad!., j special tax for the maintenance of a their children will) meet with the appioval was doubtless possible twenty "Nowhere to put my little box. And ble dog to live In. let atone a Christian I.,
public library, and act relative I to years ago. YOII'are a well-known ;
It IIIalII, a iiuln factor, III the growth I Iof an of the ritl/.em. the housemaid looked at so much. ,
'lie country1 !In both moral and! muteilal the I Improvement I and uxt'etuLon' of personage both In London and Liverpool I
Arthur had
meanwhile gaining
The house passed the famous bill What of a woman Is that housemaid ben
]>ro-*|>-rlly.I publicroadx/ III =Nassau county an not only for yourfinancial aort In the graces of his newfound.relations
bv, :Mr. Wiggins of ist'amlialtroid( -
the of
act creating aboard
The /governor: II Hlaff IH but half <;<>m- I providingfor of examlnlern for and the Ing that the gopher shall be (protected acuteness but for your enormous .A very fiood servant, I and be would have been
| !h-"s'. there" I ItoliiR nye..lolI..11f cl toV regulation wealth. They tell me the railwayruns bel@ve. '
> the months. Its
of the pilK'lIre of iisteopalhv.Splendid during summer capture said Arthur, carelessly. "The servants quite happy In the pleasant cnaclou.}
;>e apjiolnted Ilaat kto daliis l las I tIme thcough Goucy now. Where the
IH foibldden durtnir: that I all good here. ness that he was both ,
are pleaau.
. loJlow-S" Colonel' Progress Made on the The bill as passed by the house, however railway /goes modern civilization fol. ". to them and also beginning to help
'I II/!! -Tampa; Colonel W. ih Tuokor East Coast Railroad Extension. was amended no as to refer only- lows It will be difficult\ for yo'u to "It Is a small favor to ask lIaldMonaleur "
Fort Ph....-.. Colonel C. Went Fla.- the RIcRiid.. "That boa. tnlaht._. severe necessities at bome. Lt
Sclon'NJfloniIng Key During past to Florida. preserve your reputation for povertyeven -- --- -- --- -' but
l JarkHonville; Colonel A4orlonTi.lillle I I. mold h splendid haS been I leave It In your charge? for a letter from Tola which .
A memorial to congress .eqlll'sling In so quiet a spot. Doubtless
I .. JarknonvJHu < the railroad V1th him baek -lnto-th.-rglon-of-worrls"
; ('ol n..1 'John \\ made on exleiiHlon.south pleasuresaid" -Arthur. -
the construction\ of level canal'!
a sea absences been
your frequent have a
Wlxleman. IJoUand; .and\lajo..1I. U of Knights Key. .There arenow "You lock up there yourself. for the time Tola did not often
across tbe state of Florida was adopt shal I
.fruitful source of conjecture and '
J'ethel Talluhasuec, military HI>\:re.I moi' v ihau a 'thousand men between ed by the.-lower branch ,of.'tbe legislature the.'cafea." are strong you .are young" write; she bad really mora on terban'ds a

tar)'. -' PineNKey and Knlghls Key, 'and the I I ,- TbS manytIakesantirivera' 'In. said 'Monllieur admiringly; than she could get tbrouet

:' ,, I' .. 'It hall be en discovered f that there-Is resultsMJf!! their work .are bowlng the section of thestate referred to in "Not at all'not at all., I am known "and those wbo.Rlgaad.e are of'.maI1.} property; but for bar, the \ .

"; no Suwanned county. An act passed rapidly, A4. Knights Key more than Ins memorial makes construction to be a commercial traveler. I andmy value live longest and In' most safety.You'are : would have grown-up uDt uCht and
In. 1889'd thirty .of the .Iarge concrete piers bag have been known on line I
the '
t1nlng boundaries '
of Co-
lIeal. neglected but for hei
}lr, <; -' ,_ .' .. ,;; sure 4t "will In no derange ; %
; ha"ve best 'comileted and-.the ftfrce ia _' : ,, .. .. ..
the .Iast thlrg" .
: and'a's tor
Mi--. lumbljt'::couuty:- was so. looaely drawff 'joint' session (he"house ''and the : years, suspicions yout-' "-," *"" '.> '1 ' .r. I' would. never have been able to alt
.. .' that it practically. covered all of Snwannee now'able to .lInlllh..olle a-day They In the minds of Goucy folks
have now-passed over the deepest' of lien ate, tn the hall of thehouse of "By no means,. said Arthur, who down for five minutes. She had bad '<
county aa can seenby Peste! dear
my friend you who
thewor'k will become representatives held memorial services could not a little disappointment lately, not.svery
I eferrlng to SE--t Ion 26. General Slattitee. the water and help Inwardlylaughing at
live.In! towns can form no idea \-hat.
Stale of Florida.. 19O6. Au an- easier with each pier. Over at llabla In honor of the memories of the naive rudeness of the old Fr.enoh- great one but still one tht *.V]
former United States Senators Stephen ever of the obtuseness of country
ulynlH! ot I Hie df.icrlplioii In that secIIon Honda the roadbed On the kehall man. weighed on. her a little. The *i"

also leavea It In doubt where (Columbia been ftuUhed and a work t train witha R. Mallory and \Vllliam James brains. "Then let us lose no time," said fruits of Arthur's ten pound had j |

I county extends, for It Uoen not string of flat cars IK being used to Bryan. The addresses were most "I can form n very good idea of the Mon lellr Rlgaud leading the been the Ibng-coveted cashmere

lone thai haul the matcTial Ibout, In the channel eloquent and the exercises were veryImpressive. acuteness Qf town brains" muttered way .
4 lonnty as to a par of Its ( gowns for the girls and one for the
southern boundary It \ several of Ihe steel cofferdams' I Mr. Denstone but he only drew back IIplllalr.
an gIves only
He In his box black I dear mother, too; but like a truelan -,
hat IK have been in ilatand It will The house of representatives passed brollg'h a
'a tceticrally recognized! aa Ihe put saying halt apologetically, "I meantto t
he had the advice of:
soul bern 'luiindary 01 Suwannee. take but 'a short Urns to put In the a bill prohibiting\ / .. bale or glv tbrono reflection on your country dressing case or dispatch box of foUo.e

The 1 twenty-eight piers needed 10 span t the lug away of certain narcotics morphine strong leather, strapped and double the linen draper's man and bad '
orunne!: blossom It nllloi be folk Rlgaud. ,
appropriateflower Moneleur bowed andmllrmurln8'
Klgaud again
that could have been HelecledHH great; deal has been accomplIshed prescription of practicing physlc'lanll.said lock. He in Arthur's cupboard would have ampjy sufficed for Tola t

tho emblem of Florida. It Is tho Tho roadbed has been completedOver prescriptions to be nled'only "My respects to madame, and nestled I.among his boots In the and 'for her mother; but ten yards

-. symbol of fettJIIty and therefore the three keys and track has 'I' one lime A similar bill IH pending and entreaties" that I may in no way farther corner. He Ihen locked the for Janet! that was impossible Tola-

approprlalu. It is a flower of (liesemltroplcs been laid from I the 101'11dOl'k; on the in the senate. derange her he went away. cupboard and deliberately placed! the was the first to see It, and the'flrst t
eastern end of the Ulanda to Mr. Denstone turned to Arthur '
and only a iteml-troplral over Representative Bynum of Hamilton key In his pocket. suggest a remedy Janet should

state could Justly adopt, It. JIll sweet Iho trestle on" the western Bide andit county Introduced a bill In the house who had been seated during the "But stop" said Arthur. "Let melt five off hers; and the 'remaining flra. u

odor reminds, one of snotty skies and will be but a few weeks before providing for the establishment of a whole conversation near 'the window least would make a frock f9r Letty. Janet '
all the
get clothes I want tomorrow
.. balmy ZAllh'! appropriate.And Ihe trains-are running( from the dockon state prIntery to do all the stato apparently engaged in reading the would not hare acc.ptM't. but tha'
: ... no other Mate has chotieu It. It Bahal Honda down to Pine Key. printing and also print all school Times. morning.

Is Florida's< own flower South of Pine Key so much of the text books to be used in Florida "That Is a curious study, Arthur" Monsieur Rlgaud gave up the key stuff was all cut out by Tola's" daft 1

roadbed has been completed that the school. very reluctantly and Arthurgood- little fingers before ha knew orcouldremonstrate. ,e
Messrs. Jones and Webb of New he said. "What is your opinion ? Is .
work of laying the track Is all that A bill. requiring die r.tate railroad naturedly bundled out his clothes, .
he mad ?
York city have just purchased fine
a IH needed for a good many miles. It One observes It, but that
commission annually to publish' a and relocklng it, returned him the .
of real estate "not
piece near Orlando city. "No. said his nephew, unless
The Includes Is expected that several gangs will complete list of passes granted oall key. They went downstairs and was because of the extraordinary parsplcaclty ,
about hun
tract seven be the lower the cupidity of a miser l Is really a .
to work ,
shortly put on of his
railroads In Florida IntroducedIn Tola
dred acres and lies three miles was found their host and hostess ready saM .beney.r

of town on the Afiopka road. keys laying_ track.. __ the house. The bill was Inspiredby sort of mania It Is taking complete for dinner. was concerned' This was the vicar, a, .

and touches beautiful Lake Falrviow, Great Benefits of Orange the report of a committee giving possession of him, body and soul. Arthur slept soundly that night, gr've. tall gentleman of nearly forty;> .-.,

at several points. These gentlemen": Growers' California Trip. the names of many persons prominent You can see it in his very bands, the very soundly as Ills vigorous health John Irvine by name who lived'with'it*

have already begun negotiations toput Tatnpa. Fla.-Mr. J. O. Kirkland IlL the state who ", ..r4l'all..ged to have fingers beginning to crook themselves and clear conscience enabled him to his mother In' St. Johns vicarage*

In an Irrigating plant and will who accompanied! the delegation of been granted such pauses In violation the tips pointed and ciJw-llke. : and
was beloved by the and
do. But about
2 o'clock he 'awoke poor, >j
I forty or more prominent Florida orange of law the furtive his I
truck glance
begin gardening on an extensive -, over 'houlder. rather feared r
I" suddenly with the odd sensation that than liked by the
scale a8 noon as the necessary I growers on their trip to California The Humphries bill defining nonliitoxlcallng "Wretched man! exclaimed Mr. : He rich'
work can be completed.The Is very enthusiastic oyer the beverages knocks out near- Denstone, walking up and down the there was some one. In the room seemed to know Instinctively

I I Ift handsome reception 'accorded the '-beiir. and all such substitutes for al. "Did ever hear such Arthur had plenty of presence, of things stood. He would talk to Janet. _!
farmers of lade at-44.In you consummate -
county Florldlans and the valuable luforma cohollc beverages. It fixes tho limit 1'001. mind. He made no movement, but and give her directions as to h.r"Bcbool ,
an unhappy framo of mind. .A bill haa egotism? As to his wealth,
tlon they have gained; with regard to at one-half of one per cent. As Introduced lay perfectly still, and through a teaching and her district visiting
liepii I Ij/TrWiiced I Jn Ihe legislaturewBTrtMiropoSioB dear that has
n.y man capital
\tldth the admirable methods employed by by Mr. Humphries the bill provides chink In the curtain surveyed what ; but he never gave directions t, :
lo regulate
of tired, compelling: the use W broader the California growers In shipping that 2 per cent should be the worth thirty thousand a year at the was passing. In his room. Tola and once, when be .. \ \

4 n---- tires on wagons rarryrng' heavy and marketing tholr orange crops. limit, but Senator euderuou drfnend- lowest possible calculation of interest The shutters -were undoBeil Bird"Ihe largebrilllanteye.loeklng"at- hlnvj j

1.i loads In I that county : another bill\ before .Mr. Kirkland declares 'that fruit ed to read the lesser amount so as. and where Is It? Tell me that moon shone In, making a brilliant wistfully when he spokeot some sick .
producers and shippers' organizations to reach all subslcrfugOB for Into what Is he It? J
J-- the lonlsluturialso. al'plhllE'X'; white square on the grou d.&s if person Janet was to visit, be turned ;
and individual growers or Californiafruit The senate killed the McCreary bill "He could not about the bul I
clusively to (hat county, III'ellcllb"8 car to her and with the
had sweat
&h"e been laid on the floor; beyond said rare,
vied with .eadl other in
licenses to the giving prohibiting; log or lever carts from even were he fool enough to con
graduated; according Florida time lon the square of light It was blackdarkness. smile used to lighten up his t ,j
the delegation
good that
a the road In
lifting: public except certain It Into
stylo of vehicle. The latter bill\ provides gold ; and I hear of, his
I and valuable information The party casvi Only the dim outline visible grave features: MGrandold George y
taxes ranging from one dollar closing banking accounts In all directions -
conveyed In automoblleu of the big mahogany Herbert would appreciate Ufa"
was over wardrobe with your
to three dollars "a year on vehicles Among bills passed by the senate I wish he were not coming
two hundred miles of the fruit growing Its door Miss Denatone.
having tires not more than three are I heMcMullen bill creating a here. I cannot bear him now" open.
Inches wide for every-other vehicle Hccliona of the Golden state., and slatu board oi dental examiners the Some one was moving with a most She did not thank him but the fine 1
Where the child lie? '
having tiros more than three -Inches every detail of the work of cultivating tllar-ls bill, permitting street I allwayl'Omlanll'lI can nnnatura! stillness of movement. light came back Into her eyes. She '

wide and less than Blx Inches wide, Backing, shipping and marketing to sell or lease both property "He said 'at schoo). It is a mercy Straining his eyes Arthifr fancied he thought a good deal of the few words /' :
the freely given them. Mr. that H'e has the decency to her
one dollar per year for each Inch In crops was end franchise LU another company give could make out something person he said Jo ber. re..lng that she was ._

width for said tires ; for every other I KIrkland says that the Information the AdkliiH blind tiger law, and some sort of education at all events. sitting on the floor; but the complete little household drudgo and he llke-
vehicle having tires six Inches wide, I gained bythe Florida fruit growers'delegation the Buck man bill concerning the As for her fate shut up at Goucy withan '
outline was broken by the door some saint of .old da'I.Dllt
\ vUll. bo of Iftimeime vtiTue to open
or wider two dollars per year for transfer of stock of corporations\ for old miser'or her sole companion
of the state. ot the wardrobe. lid held his breath though Tola's letters
each Inch I la width of said Urea grove owners we.
l.iont Incertaln, cases. it Is a miserable prospect. God help *
and watched more cfoaely."Good rare they were generally very full
I - ---- .
The following comment on aoipe recent National Model Highway From If that "conscience test" measure her! Heavens! heijUiought. "Soit of matter, and this onecarried. Arthur -*
Florida legislation is made by .He must die some day said Arthur. -, .
Maine to Florida. the
recently Introduced In the legIslatureshould was not a delusion of the old fel back at once Into society of

the lively paragrapher of the New UR-hmonJ. Va.....:The International Ilasll-the one requiring the low's after all. His box was valuable, the boine circle. '
'York livening Florida.
4-- Telegram : "Die! crIed Mr. Denstone. "Those .
I 'J baa passed a bill allowing the killing League of Highway Improvement state to pay for any (property stolen and some blackguard la after It. -- To be Continued ., s '
sort br I
> people never die' must
of alligators along the Ocklawaha adopted a bill asking congress' f r, an from any citizen or sojourner In tun go He wall just about to spring out of I
\ and tell that Is -
aunt he
and Its tributaries. Bad financial appropriation of U.UIIO.IIOO0) support stale-It would serve to abundantly your coming bed when he was arrested in time. Curious Korean Animal. y
; the work of the body through eightconimlssloneB here. She won't like It at all. ,
:: move. If they cant see alligators : be advertise Florida. It would add lo Into the square of moonlight, for one A countryman repore that a curious

r -basking In the sun. tourists won't go I Taft. lo The I league appointed by the hilarity of nations, afford. .endless brief Instant came a hand ; the light animal had appeared In the dls-
I- down these,1 Think .President .proposesTb subject for comment to the bright CHAPTER IV.- -
wiping- en permanent headquarters In gleamed on it. and he recognized at tarlct of Chungwba. It has long f
4 Coney Island. Chinatown Uthe open para&rapher-of, outside ba'
aI newspapers
Monsieur Jflgaud arrived In lima once the l.auflugsrawith : and different from: -anyt '
and UtielfGrt.-
-- '- -W eh4ngto their
'" Til\\\
rubber neck wagon.-; : ; the state and pave the' 'Way for a 1 -
1' be to build a national model highway sister' bill requiring that damages bo tor dinner. He entered the drawingroom sharp, claw-like tips slightly hooked fore keen there. It roams tbro gh,
More than six hundred bills have
II"-"r: from Maine to FlorIda paid to ev ry man Convicted of crime where be found Arthur dressed downward. It .waa the old man himself . the villages at-rflght, and l&n740

;; been Introduced in the legislature BO I The conventlo'n adjourned to meetat whose Innocente should be afterward first, amusing himself by half-petting. mestic animals' bae.beeDcarle .'

: far. St. Augustine, Fla.- In June establbhed. J. Uilf-trrltating hU aunt's pet pul. the tension of Atur'! CttliBKf.' ro- lIZ "- on DJ ] o: i ,

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"Of fifce-In Valley Gazette, Balding.KI331MMEE. paying anoth Ar's poll tax. It wiU 1 Seasonable:

f : :.O8CEOLA COUNTY.FLA., be a great saving of money to candidates 1I w

,,W, B. HARRIS- ,, .Editor ana Brop'r. Jjie v6t.1nglist. although. "a. few*, it may.cut. dowti* : .'"% \ "' ",G,, .-E_, immimmm-.v. . .*.i . .:.?.'.v-i. ..%.....*.m:...%mmm. . * ..._m.m m_' %" .3-_ '..

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'..tejoet.ed matter will not be returned, unleaseaJled books, but it lacksan '\ .................. A
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1 Entered at the Poslofflce In KUalmmee, Fla.. ,.. provide thatthe superintended ==== i 'AT :-a::::

... eoond-eUms. mail tiatlar. -..----, - sh'all" be -practical printer of ten iiGoods ; == .. _.. .... : '

rl Friday, May 21. WO 3. years' experience If jf . = LOW PRICES. :

present-shape the!_ !superintendent'I. l slh/ .. - - '_ __ .. -' - __ _. ._
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; Prosperous'Kjssimmee. .. job would, possibly, be- giveh to ,, ': & -w --

T1 some newspaper; editor that-know ::::: :
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I The plan v of governing \ k city of about ks much ,bout the printing % ARRIVING DAILY 8 -;: : .

Y Jacksonville by a com ission is ally business as a sow does about. the E SEE OUR, LINE O'F ICE CREAM =-=

+ 4 t right, but: the people\should have Sabbath. I-; f- .'. AT.: I :-:: : FREEZERS, HAMMOCKS, MOSQUITO ' == ..
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4 a'the right to name the cxjmmission-
x+ Rumor has! it that a very prominenteditor .. E I NETS. WATER COOLERS ==

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of a Florida newspaper, wREFRIGERATORS. ; ETC
; If it does nothing else the debate now in Tallahassee will, on the adjournment I; I ::::: -
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, . now being indulged in on the tariff of .the legislature; ,, become ==

.i bill will have tendency to enlighteri'the editor-in-chief of the Atlanta '
f ww
if :r, . people as to the injustice fit Star a free-lance newspaper published "

l' 'I.I I i i '.. the whole tariff business. ? If Florida's in that contribution thriving Georgia to -city thaistate's I slg ORO C wsoj G vEs1'HA. i

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; i"' Lakeland is to .be congratulated
editorial sanctum don'jt kick
1 1 _on securing the, services of Prof. up a lively sensation, we are much ; ARE COMPANY 3 ,

f T, *: ._ W.-Nrr Sheats as principal the mistaken. While (if the report De -- a = _: -

,; city schools. -He is a thorough pseJi :fill1111ll1ll11111l1 11111l111111111l1ll1111l11ll11l11l11l11l11111111111l1
I true ) regretting his departure from .

J i .. gentleman and an educator of his native state we must congratulate -:; _- ---. .--- -.-- '
IJ" marked. ability -C C. Uttou MiuiutferV.H -

rt(' .' ... .;,.,... ._In.. .' ? Morning our News.KISSIMME neighbors.Tallahassee: ,. ,immiimimmmmmmmmmwmtimmmmmmmmzdPIANO" " #" #" " " "!" ''' ', '' '' ''#' " " SPEOIALTIE\, \ IlaewtlI..lWf ".
;t last week's issue we incorrect- w ORANGE GROVES

,g tr ly printed in our price list of supplies B Olio N & JlEBWELL' WINTER HOMES
*"' : x in this city that lumber could CONDENSED
1: be purchased at from $10 to $12 I I EEII TIMBER LANDS \. |
t per thousand feet. The figures TRUCK FARMS REAL EST TE. BROKERS FARMS
Facts and Figures Regarding This
\!:'; ' should have read $12 to $20. ::::: == KISSIM EE. FLA.
City and County. -- -
SZ -
The :TampaTribune says a build- YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITEDIf
There has been" such a large number
:' ing-boom is on In that city. Whyshouldn't of tellers" red-veJ at this oilier asking p Tickets on Piano with HS
: "t:j ; for information regarding this city You Wish to Buy or Sell, Come to See Us.
there be? South Florida -
and County that the following is (>ubisheil w . --
must have a great city, and there in lieu of an answer' to each Individual ----""""" """"' ---- ti......*
inquirer| and as a source of each 25 cent Purchase 2
; is no better foundation for it than ,
knowledge W those contemplating com- -- -- i C. A. CARSON. President N. C. BRYAN, Sacret.ry. <>
: thriving, hustling, bustling Tampa. ing to this community: -- -- >
ri ti We would say to Mr.' Stokes of It hu more. than 2.OOO population.It w E 1w

: I ?' Escambia that all the "sharks" are Its la property the leading Is cheep market and for taxes cattle.are. low." == AT'3/ I Waters & Carson Grocery ,Co..
not money lenders. There are It U almost totally free from mosquitoes.It ==
.l' lines of business carried has a good live working Board of Trade. -- Wllole".le and lI.t.1I De.I.r.l.i <
I { Bother on
Its people are hospitable, kind .nd veneroua. ? i !
. I 4; in this; state that 'need regulating It has electric lights and a telephone system. C. W. Dahn'sILALUUUi111111iU1l1ULU11UIUliUIULIliU' 1l ROCERIESi <>
It has a fine tourist hotel and three. commercial G <>
I equally. as much as do. the 40 percent hotels. I i >>,

i:'t e '7e grafters. It Is the. greatest freshwater Ash market.. in thecountry. --

u. Its soil will produce any variety of fruit, flowersor i iProcreBsive i COUNTY AGENTS! ; FOII// i[
i Frank Clark says. it's'all a great vegetables. ? IUUL11U111111UiihI 1 l

,* biff lie about him and his'n riding on It baa flve.churchea,, of different. denominationsall , : : $1 HAY I CRATES
Ferll1izcr ,
free passes. It will take a heap fine buildinjrs. f I Celebrated I
It Is absolutely free from the sale of whiskeyor \. $ .
.. more than a denial on Frank's part any other Intoxicant OraiiBe Crowe re Are CHNAnn's INSECTICIDE QItAL1r E T\C.
Spr.ylni; TbdrOra... (drove wltkteriiiih' Circular and Price .
It has the finest school system of any town of i /
to convince the people of Florida "' ..... .
Its slxe In the United States.It !Neherr'slurectlctdeI' U (.rA JUITUD to kill tvrry \\bile Fl)_]_ .tcale and Mite F r d o Application \ "
thatrhe-ts'n&r 1 n the favored" lisswit.'h is free'(rom crime there. not being on an hit by t iliw n"r ny. Can be used any lime ol >esr' KK Err' N LIEN TKEEII ear IK ui.o H. Fifty rents / I 1
r I+ average of one arrest a month. _, pr na'lnii.' Fifty cemts per csllon. Fifty gallotm snake 2.1>00 sailors of spray. Made i
the railroads. In Florida.

;+ ...... It does more It*sise express In the Stater business.than" any otherflvetowtoa ...SCHKARR ft CO.. MaiufMtlirtrs. OIlLAI'' IO.-F1.A.) HIDES FVRsOOZ;
I ,
Press dispatches. state that Col. It has a Masonic a' Knights of Pythias and a . i ,
k Woodmen of the World organisation. (''. .
; *y .
Coethals will reduce the )QOOCICCICCCCICC;
'l' pay It-has three lines of railway and Is on the mainline . : ,t DProdLtxo .,*..,.; .,
\ cents, an hour of the-laborers. working of ifte Atlantic Coast Line railway,; -V C.. .AJ CARSON '"',:A. CRANFORD. ,S. ULUPFERIVasMeat. '" lco ; : ,
It la on the banks of Lo te.Tohopekallga one Vice-president. Secretary:
on the Panama canal. It will of the most beaujClf lakes on this continent.It ,'bNteNVt N -- --NM'WVNA"
.1 be noticed that it is the wages of Is the healthiest town in the United Sloalea- ---
the annual death rate being leas than 8 to the -
+ the poorest paid he is reducing, 1000. Favorite Fertilizers

not the boys who draw good salaries Its streets are. shaded with massive oaks and ,KISSIMMEE LUMBER co.,
{ Its boulevards lawns are covered with Bermuda ..
and who could easily afford it. -
1s in the center of the orange producing
The tribute of James E. Alexan- section of Florida shipping hundreds of cars of ...:....-0FERTILIZER --
y1' the fruit yearly.It .
__ger-to thememory of. the late Senator has the best climate bcrthtin: winter and aum- Rough and. Dressed
4 1 i 1 Bryan! was one of the grandest lower mer-the than thermometer 46. -seldom_ going above 02 or ;

ri" as well as one of the most eloquent It Is In the center of the finest hunting section
Pine Lumber. .
I ever paid a man in Florida. Mr. I of Florida game of all kinds being:found within INSECTICIDES -
few miles of Its corporate llmta.It .
..y? '.. \: Alexander: spoke truly when he I I Is the head of navigation! of a chain of lake. -FOR SALE BY- -.
' said ;'\fill Bryan was the idol of and rivers reaching. to the Gulf. This water
route U three hundred miles in length and..
his people and his civic laurels I J. M. LEE - (
i ; abounds with beautiful scenery throughout HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY : KISSIMMEE
.t\t'\ L yielded not in splendor to the brightest Tourists who have traveled the entire continent .
pronounce it the finest Inland water trip In )QOOOCI+ ( CQOOC' AGENT FOR ,
a t' 'I. chaplets that ever. bloomed on I America. .

,I : : a warrior's brow." The following are the prevailing Sanders Fertilizer Company. Jacksonville. Ra.p -"

prices In thIS city and county:
.,' That was a pretty good adver- : DRY GOODS i'f'' |_IT ;

f:} : ,tlsement sent out from the Adiron- I 4 Calico quarter prints muslin . ........ T"t to. lie To I
uf I < aacksclaiming that l I quarter, muslin,bleached .. 7 J2?, School Supplies !Ii
"r".! gold assayina$1'0,000 Gingham" apron check ., .. 6" HeGingham .
.... ...
7" I
to the ton had been dis- I White lawn brass ....... ..... 6" 12toI 1'<\ r-----
. ...... NOTICE !
I Figured lawn ( :: 260
covered in that section, and will be
; t I IV quarter aheetlog . .-.. 26 A9xe AND TABLETS
... "
1, calculated to lure quite a number Denim bhirting. homespun ; ......... 10 7". tile lie/ i i iI :

):L f' up -there to spend the summer. I FRESH HEALS I To reduce stock( in order to make room for my summer I II

: The people around Kissimmee are : Beef pork and mutton per lb., ... ft to l&e EXAMINATION TABLETS $ i I stock of spring goods we will\sell qur.entire lot of Silk at ?t
content with mines in the MADE FOR "< ,e1
Farm horses .. . .. ., SIR to,1110 ESPECIALLY !
shape of lands that will produce Farm mules . .. ISO 100 I .
OSCEOLA HIGH SCHOOL. : ]J f One-Half Original Price.M ,
14l.OOO worth of vegetables to the bb'.. .. .. ........ ?
Flour per 17.00 to*7MeaUpercwt. /O - < .
#r .. ... '
t' each .. i.6OGrits. > *
acre year. . ..::::: :'...:.....2.50: Will sell Woolen Dress Ooods at ACTUAL COST OR -
.... ... .. .. .... . .
Corn bu 1.00 '
i '! ' .. ... . i ii | LESS for the next 30 days ror Cash .
: The time draws near :when the oats 78 Only.I
Hay. 100 IDS. .. . .. .... 1.50hits i
few remaining heroes of the lost > potatoes. Der. bu-. 1.2'1twrN
:,: :...::: :M> IKissimmeelirug
... .. .. ...
: '
Rice per lb. ato He
will assemble' inN
cause once more .. . . I I
f Sugar per lb. Ac H. C. STANFORD
annual reunion, this time in Mema11roadwcoulddo- Shoulders Ham. per,lb.per. lb.. . .. .,.. . ...... 16e lie --"""' -_""""' .. COMPANY

", lb.. ... .
flutter : 8fteEgKS.
,, phis, Tenm per per dos.. .- ...... 16 to. *-&>eColTee. '
... '
.. ; no more generous an act than grant T.... per p lb.r .lb. ... ..211 40 ftr TV>c .
-- -- '- -- --
'\"' them rates of one dollar for the!! .. LUMBER. Kissimmee Wagon Works -- -- --- --

r It roUnd trip from any part of the Per IOCO() feet SlJtoSZONotice >> ONLY THE
;, a't .United States. There are few left

t: '. 'to take advantage of' the railroads ;.; vto Creditors. Under New. Management, with Thorough Experience and Up-to-Date

and it wtll be but Blacksmith, Wheelwright and Horseshoer.All Purest
9'generosity, a A1) persons having claim against the estate DrugsAFRE .
short time until they are only sacred .- of/C. U. J/......tal... Joueexud, late o, ( the cpjuljr, Kinds Blacksmith, Wheelwright Work and
; of ORcoola mid Ule ofFlorid will present thesame Horseshoeinaa .
Let make the .
memories. us to me properly attested, within the time Specialty. .J
time yet allotted them as peaceful prowrlueU by Ifw,or UieiMune will be forever SOLD BV =
r boned., and all persanaladebte-l. to laid estatewill
a t 1t 'arid happy as possible-not make Immediate settlement with toe un- v

M'; ,;" !"until they are dead and th4h build dersigned. N. C. BRYAN, -

' e "' I ',''. atonumeatl. toUipQ their bravery. Administrator C.U:Fountain,the DeoeeMd.Eltatsof Solicit Yore Tnd. and Osceola j

r and virtues. -- '.February lit. 1_.,,' Will T....'. YOM Rlckt., VT. i\. JOHNSTON l Pharmacy't
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.. The KlsslmmeeValleu.Gazette I J__H.Redditt, :jeweler and watch .
z'e- I '
Clause: Lee

I.,r TELEPHONE, NO. 11. ,, j I'Home Palrer.. Pictures Storm mounted-and framed- ;'mcb at 9-tt.'the. has In Whe the called Master's.David al'Our: God brother.and*service in His. to omniscience colaborer,come. up Meifioflig i (G}[n ii'ei' Vinci AFTER stored.ThLi. THE-'GRIPPE Kaa'i S'. U. BULLOCK;

PUBLISHED E'lERY'rnJDAY Latest styles in ladies'' sbl'n 'waists' bhrber 'to,the. "bouse not made with StrengthSev

at H. O. Stanford: Co. bands. eternal in the heavens," aDd NOTICES AND INFORMATIONThe .. REALESTATE
-n- inasmuch as D. C. Lee was a loyal saI yens a o.l was attacked by a...____ ?,
.. w. a.. h4ARRl. ,*Doors, and window screens' made to. and faithful member of the M. E. a sever case of grippe,, which left m* INSV

: order at Jiarns's shop church, South.,, at Kissimmee .Fa.belt' ) .. pastor, Rev. J., T.:. \ with a hacking couch, IIOI'etull. la my AKCE

i''O" I I L 'REPORT The Home Store art agents for the ((1 a. requested the'presence at next chesty and bronchitis. I took nearly
: WEATHER White Star laundry. Phone 154., Resolved that we, the ,beard of mornings service of all very Wnd of couch syrup sold on the ( Examination Titles a
..Avengeder.saym.. temperature for weakending Thurs. stewards, i save lost an efficient, faithful {those, ,wbojex- market besides .
igDa ,' For all kinds Of fine repair work on and zealous member;,, that 'In the poet f> to go a"al.thls ummel> a* he has medtela. glfen me-by e .

furniture,etc;,go to Bsrns's job shop' capacity of a steward and trustee bomething 'Of 'Interest to say to them.; physicians.* received relief Specialty..
.* 'I no permanent unUl
its. MIDI' Rain Stove wood' delivered Brother Lea has for years renderedthe 4.. ? .
I t.IL H.OO) per strand. in town at church and the cause of Christ --'- my druggist asked 4. to try Vinol. ,Correspondence Solicited.
-- - 18-tf KlSSlMrfEH'LUMBER, CO.. service that has borne and is bearing The'Oartoi ;Dutrlct Conference will and after taking three t tattles I was f

Frld.,.. .. ...rr.... .,., 82 lit' fruit to the glory of God and to the convene at ForLJMeade-from May 20thto entirely cured. ,
8.turd Y a..,"..... 8& a6Sunda Spend your money with us; ,it costs rood of men. Ills, work will endure I believe Vinol to be the greatest
,. . ...:. ... ..'... 149 etMonday. no more and you may /get a piano,for t1n'Oujb.11- future generations,. for 30th, at which our. church wilt be.'
. .... . blessing ever offered to thepublic; mm Bargains
"? Ira : syTue.dar ... BotblQII' c. W. represented. J JTn -
_. . .. .... .. ,7 88 -DANN. 'he being dead yets'peaketh" throughthe It does what Is claimed for It" R. XL R.Hicks. .
Wed need.,. . .. .. .." .. 02 : 6& Mr. Leake Mershon true Christly influence he exerted, .
Thur.d.y ........... . 86 ej 8.8 ;..wbo'nQw holdsa and we as his fellow stewards In the Maplwvllle. Ala. 1
. responsible position in the express :service-of the church take' occasion to Southern Collo rat \ ,-ourFlorlda'Methodlsf The reason Vinol cures chronic kinds *
-- of'.R Estate
office l '
Sanford: spent a few hour colds and ,,
coughs, pulmonary
commend to all the members of our college, will bave troubles
with relatives
In Fire
this and Life Insurance
city Sunday' andArmour's
is tonta
It contains
evening. church the example of devotion, fidelity its commencement next: : week. because Iron udall
." -" ""' and zeal manifested in the life of ; the healing and body. building elements Fertilizers. Renting

The Valley Gazette Is In receipt of Brother Lee.Second. of cod liver oil but no oiL and Collecting Rents a

. a program of the 20th annual com- 'That the church and Sun- Miss Lucy Clarkson has been ap- VI not' is also Unexcelled* a strength Specialty. Taxes paid for
TIIE -LOCAL HELD. meV! .,>ement exercises of John B. Stetson day school, of which he was for ten '
i pointed'bj the pastor to receive subscriptions builder for old people.delicate children, Nonresidents.'J d dR.
University, to be< held May 28th to years the secretary and treasurer, in
s weak and rundown and after
June and renewals to the Flor- persons,
1st. his death have sustained an irreparable
loss.Third.. ida Christian Advocate sickness. O. MEEK '
Every member -
wH.wN1t w Haw wKK Mr. C. D. Carroll 't is in Valdostathis .
That JIVe offer our tenderest of the church should have ibis ROBERSON'S
week at the bedside of a' sick Sold bv PHARMACY.
Wade the Tuner.I Orlando. brother. During his absence Mr. W. sympathy to the sorrowing family of paper in their homes as It is full of K.salmmee, Fla.W.L. ,
our brother and that they may
. New spring.! goods at H. C. Stanford pentlpe K. Overstfeet looking after his_tur- find peace and consolation In the. ''good reading matter, consisting of :

.J.1.. Co. GreatComforterof the broken-hearted. articles contributed by the leading

Singer Sewing Machines, and also Fourth. That. a copy of these resolutions ministers of the State, and of news of The Graystone L. ION}| DllZOB

Dwellings! for rent apply to M. Wheeler & Wilson's, and all machine be spread upon the church the work being done in all the towns :.
Tiller. supplies for sale at the Home Store. confereoce- record, a copy"sent to his
I Cafeh or installments. Everybody n family,, and a copy sent to the Florida. and clues! .of Florida. ,. K 8SIMMEI!. PLA. -.
abd window .
Doors made
screens to JREAL'
to buy a machine. : Christian! Advocate for publication. -'
"---- -
Bains's -
order at shop. J, R. GILBERT.J. ---

, Nunnally's candles fresh every weekat The many friends of Mrs. S. L. MCPHATTKR, At hejneetlfijfof the W. H. M, S.Wednesday. On Lake Tohopekallga. ...... ESTATE 4
Lupfer will sympathize with her in the Hunting Fishing, I Shooting: .
the Kissimmee Drug Co. E. L. LESLEY: .- Mrs. L. A. Minx was
tragic death of her lister who was Bathing Golf Tennis. Tlnqu, ",
H. M. PF.urn. ......
\\t Splendid assortment of dreu'. gong-, fatally..burned-r-home io-_Houston -,------ .- W. C:13.\81O, elected president to take the place o.f Cricket; Clock"Oolf. Baieball,
hams at H. C. Stanford Co. Tex:: a few days ago. H. .N. BRA TTON, Mrs. W A. Myres who leaves soon Trip Shootlne KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA

I 1.1 Stewards. for an absence several. months. Terms: $2.BO 10 M+ .M per day.
Horn to Mr. Mrs. W. D. Lowe The editor of the Valley Gazette acknowledges
i <
$15 *21
OD Friday May 14th,-a.son. of Invitation -- per
receipt an Iaa>tkik-"
*' . For Sale-A good pair of mules. and entrance pass to the Alask..YukonPaclflc Smells and Smellers. Re-Establishment of The H. & W. B f-- ; ?

/ .J..W. MILLER. Exposition to be held-it,, ale Drew Co., Ja k ouvllie. Fla. To Onr Frlef'ri.: M. TILLER h
" Seattle, Wash., June oat to October1 'What depraved noses those Although less than two months have Come and try i rival at the
, Remember the pianogoes sure In Kith that only smell the stink of the stable &
hotel. Single meals 500 21
+ July; keep your tickets. C. W. DANN. / and the toilet. How much better to elapsed since the destruction by fire meal llckeU $10. Rooms (1; < Real Estate Agency.
Arthur W. Dennis or Jacksonville, breathe In the odors from the rose a odoranlZ'e of a portion of the business of the M . . . C
1 Mrs Sturtevant and Miss Mary day NN\..-..............".".**
a member of the t Brra'of F. W. Dennis blossom that fill the air. 5 r
Robinson spent Tuesday In Orlando. & I Sun: printers spent Tuesday in the There Is doubtless some moral stench above company they are already set : 4 Realty bought and sold. fJ d

J - For all kinds of fine repair work on city the guest of Ills friend S. J. Trip- in every town or community to the tled in new and commodious quarters, Houses .

'". fqrnl1ureetc./toto( Barns's job shop. lett, returning/to his home on the mid man or woman who likes to Inhale the' 301) West Dav Street (entrance through H. W. THURMAN, J rented. :

night train. / bad. !Something' has (happened 'n the alley\ adjoining the S. Hubbard Co. ) PIIOPIII Ero". Taxes paid and Titles very .
;;y Born on Wednesday. May 6th, to past or may be of the present not according ified for non-residents. i t
For Hep{ Seven-room house furnishedforthe with new machinery installed in both
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. T. Harrison, a ( C
to the Decalogue.V hy delight Fire Life and Accident In- ,
electric ,
II summer; lights their and die
son. lithographing stamping
in regaling such stuff to> the iii .
water jjath and all conveniences located -
; surance.
new-comer, rolling the daintv morsel departments, and are in readiness for
Ladles' ready-made skirts Id all '
fn center of portion of under the dry goods the execution of orders Roberts Niemeyer Co. Indemnity Bonds. .. ;
Btjlpsand colors at II. C. Stanford I town/ Apply to W. G. Uankins at your tongue on prompt ,?
box or In social gatherings ? The wholesale department, also .
paper .
Co. your "
"T _
KII wmee Drug Co. yr_ yusriROGERS'.'V" _
Better look for the good deeds, the' Included In same building, has been NOVELTY WORKS .,.' +;.
Use Plank's chill Tonic. Guaran- The Valley Gazette is indebted to kindly word and the helping smile I replenished with an entire' new stockof --

teed. Price :25 cents. Sold by all Senator Jus. P Tallaferro for a copy All are not bad all the time. And every their well known brands of paper, Scroll and TTinied WorkFactory LIVERWORT

.: druggists ulll-8 of the Congressional Directory of the! neighborhood is made up of much envelope. card stock, printing Inks, I* equipped wiLh the TAR AND OANCHALAOUA
" Olst Congress 1st session. It Is a the same sort of human beings." etc. machinery, and l. in chanre of neo.nary Mr. R. L, For tbs complete. rare of Coughs, Colds Ar"
Miss Mary Louise Maktnson has returned I nicely bound volume and contains I, -DeSoto County News. The shipping department. IncludedIn Roberta, a thorourh' mechanic, which ta. Asthma and BroDohltissud ..1I1.UD..oomplaJD&eI .
from a visit with friends at much valuable information.My The News hits! It off exactly. Thereare the new location, Is most conveniently guarantee ot work being wen don and I ending consumption Liverwort Tsr and.
delivered who Wild Cherry, have for msnutlocaerUsbllhe
i promiswd.
.gee a.
Fort Meade.Tickets .
" In community: few arranged, affording better facilities -
omee will hereafter be located a perambulating I <1 repulslion .. a r.nd.rd con it h
I smellers who make It their for the handling of orders mmiMly. oontslus. no oflurn or harmful
will be given all prompt
on planp on the second floor of Fraternity Hall and Feed Mill
on business to around sniffing the so- Grits Meal Stu(1s( drug, ceo be liven with isletr To childna.Jrlos .
t. accounts paid between now .and June and will be open every Saturday.. go 61.415. Saul only'by Ososola; HrisrniMT + ,
a 1st. C. W. DANN Hours 8 to 11 and 1 to *. cial air and getting unto themselves A home 'Institution, equipped with ORINDIINOS ON SATURDAYS
all the odorous nastiness there Is go the latest devices and the. best facilities a-
1 Mr. Harrv Rogero of St. Augustine P. G. WJUTE. InaIt they would only stop there for supplying the product of their Factory located north of High School Your complexion well :
Optician and Refractionlsl. as
t is here on a visit to her parents, Mr. and be content with making pole cat various departments to the best. advantage building alongside Midland Railroad. l'" .

,r: and Mrs. S. L. Lupfer. For Sale-An unusually good pony. of themselves it would not be so bad,, they solicit the patronage of -. .. as temper is rendered

t See that your piano tickets are numbered 14 hands excelleut for riding and drivIng but they persist shoving their nasty the public. your $

, ; if not., return them at once for safe for children perfectly sound odors under the noses of other folks DR LESLIE W WEEDDN miserable by a disordered
exchange. C. W. DANTJ. and nice looking; the property of Mrs. who prefer to "smell the rose and the' Give Them a Chance to Play. _
L 1C.J Nelson Fell whOthorougllyrecom- orange'blossom ". A mOan needs 'to ..Specialist-Eve, Ear liver. Bjr taking Chamber
Miss Willie Dean of Orlando spenta wends him. Address P. A. Vans Age shove just one each nastv smell at one Plenty of room for dives and dens,
few days In Klsslraroee this week the new, Atty, Kissimmee, Fla. 6-14-U who carries. his head among cleaner Nose and Throat......
(Glitter and Glare and Sin! ) ..... ain's Stomach and Liver
guest of the Misses flavors and the offender will alwaysbe -
Have seen the latest !Singer improvements Plenty of room for prison pens,
'i work horse. you associated with that particular evil Private Hosoital. American National -
Wanted-To buy a Apply Tablets t
JAS. W. LlLtY jn machines? Their No; .m.llln the mind of the. decent man: (Gather the criminals inl I ) you can

1, to Park Hotel., 06, with the Wheeler & Wilson attachment If the. evil smeller Into unsmellable Plenty of room for jails and qpurts, Bank Building, Tampa, both. They cleanse and invigorate
is the perfection in sewing ma- smells smell let
him his
must keep Florida.
,- : returnedVedneTf chines. Positively without. ef- (W Ultpj enough to pay ) .Iimprove
Cole: P A. Vans Agnew runs smells to himself. ; .I
ay from a business trip to fort. Cash or on time at the Home Of all men the newspaper man must But never a place for the lads to race, the stomach and

Miami. and other East Coast points. Store. Call and see them. community.often \keep down The the evil smells of of a. No;.never a place to play) t T: !d. RIVERS, //KL D the dige ti6a. ": t '

For Sale-A ram. capable Of pump Mr.'J. M. Willson, Jr., has a force chloride amount copperas '
and of lime and disinfectantsof AND SURGEON
ing 300 gallons of water to a height olV of men, under the supervision of Mr. all sorts that' h.. must keep going Plenty of room for shops and stores, PHYSICIAN, '. For sale by all druggist .

-j '. . 60 feet,,in. 24 hours.. ?- Apply .at' this... ',oftyiv . Kotundo, cutting muck down land the he weeds on would weigh totos., Indeed, .he keeps : (Mammon must have the. best!),/,,?? .n 1/', .Office over, Osceola" Phsrmacjr'. ,;'',., ;., ).
the tract of "
large recenrjy "
flce I"" i t
< .n,1' down not only the smells but the room
east of the lIm- Plenty for tbe'runnIDg"lIore.That . .1 I Residence 153 G. F. KHIBBS
purchased just city
Missionary Alliance smellers for the smeller delights to : ,
The Christian and its. The growth of vegetation Is so rot in the city's breast! f Or1ce 148Dot.
will meet at the Christian unload his unlikely odors at the door ATTORNBY-AT-LAW. _.
dense that it has been found k'
( necessary Plenty of room the lures that lead
of the printing house. In other wordshe
church next Tuesday. evening at the to clean up the tract. before the sur- ; The hearts J.V SIMPSON Office in the Court Hou"s&-KI.,
usual hour. has regaled himself with smells to of our youth astray,
could to work. This! land Is ,
veyor go '
such as extent that he will not be satisfied simmee Florida.
But never a playground
aoentop spent,
of the the famous I St. _
Miss Nancv Ulaslngame, teacher same quality as : until he sees the smell in print. DENTIST.Upstairs .
expression In the Arcadia high school, Cloud tract, and will be placed on the Out on the. smell, the smeller and the No never a place to play! With whom will be associated In''the' y''

Is here visiting! Mrs. N. C. Bryan and market in 5-acre lots an soon as the smell peddler Orlando Reporter- In Katz Building. trial of causes the law firm of

other friends. surveyor completes the plat. Star. Plenty of room for schools and halls, OFFICE HOURS: I a a. m. LO 12 m. M..eyVarlow. of

Have just received an Importation of Road. I Supervisor: Geo. W. Over- Plenty of room for art; Telephone No. 76 f 1.30: to Jun b:30p.lyr m. Orlando) *.t
orockervware that is well worth he has the already -
your street reports that track i Barbecue and Fish' Fry. Plenty of room for teas 'and balls, .
trouble to see. Let us show it to you. graded for the spur into the. -- --
The'Uome Store; marl bed recently purchased by the I Arrangements are now being madeto Platform stage and mart.

family' left county near Ixvughman and is now bold a big barbecue and fish fry at Proud is the city- she finds a place R R ,r
.1lr.f.] Phillips and
the materialfor Boggy creek bridge on Friday, May ..
Monday for a week or ten !days' visit ready to begin loading 24th. For many a tad today,

Ito, relatives< and friends at Valdosta railroad transportation authorities as put soon in the as track the :The Valley. Gazette is requested bv But she's more than blind If she fails w_ L. WINNPHYSICIAN : ae.rceiysay1 ls U to tit* t

and Qultman, Ga. and furnish cars. CThe first piece of thr committee in charge to extend a to find : AND SURGEON pooatbl.laoU. -*.<")-,

Miss Lucy Tlson of Narooossee, accompanied toad. tbat. will be built of this material cordial invitation to the public to at- A place for the boys to play! but been it tskes tfm s 80.d_SMM*. .c .....
by her little brother was .. will be between. Kissimmee and tend and enjoy the festivities" of the seeds for over 90 .a4.-.1
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in the city shopping Tuesday. and paid. the Orange county. Hoe. 'The road day. .- --- -- -- _-. - tseds wr. weikls* to :
There will be horse racing, dancing Give them a chance for innocent sport ..!" ,.... BuytlMJj.s gsiif's. Q
call. ,
J this. office a pleasant gang is now at. work removing the For sale evcrvwhsr '1
W. W. CARSON D. D. S. *
The Roberts-Nlemever Co. are grinding overburden from, lhemar.beds.. ) >t. and other amusements, and. a general Give them a chance for fun- f'ERRrl ,.... N'ltlllMlIU..
time Is S-14-2t
I good expected. Better plot than DENTAL.PARLOR meD. eN .
a playground a courtAnd
pn Saturdays, and those wishing Messrs Joho-. Hurd, a leading M.ratHY*OO, Ipelr rl
corn or'chicken feed &round'wUI be contractor; C. A. Cummins a prominent a jail when the harm is done! RIVERS BUILDING

accommodated on that. day. real. estate man, and D E. fuller For Sale at a. Bar an. Give them a chance: -if you stint them OVER OSCEOLA PHARMACY r

Mr. T. E. Speer, an experienced a practical farmer and celery* One 7-room residence, Patrick's Ad- nowTomorrow, ; 8 TO 12 race. SEEDS:
celerv grower of I Sanford: has been grower, all of the flourishing city of dition. you'll have to payA O 'IO. HOUHB .1 TO IS n. ;
looking over the lands Tampa, spent. Monday In the "city .
.. trucking One 7-room residence Bass Addl- t
bill for darker ill
larger a ,
around with view to
around Kissimmee this week. looking a making tion. HEALTH AND VITALITY "
"" some Investments In Kissimmee real So give them a place to play. OTva ..s.v..,.. SILL BLISS1FOR
for S%Five-room cottage in desirable 'estate. They vtslted the O'Herry Qne 6-room residence Matbewt Ad- Dennis A. McCarthy in the. Ameri- The.. great Iron .nd bold restorstivs for men. .
dition. ..
and and
resldenceportlon of Kissimmee. e women produces strength vitality
.-' Large lot and good well of water. farm, Fleming's Island, and were One bearing orange; grove about 215 can Primary Teacher.Old builds up the system and renews. the norw.lvigor. ft
-- shown around generally by some of trees. t for sale by dnuvlit gro""by mall |l.00 psp '
I ARTHUR E. DONEGAN. our leading citizens and real estate boz.S boxes for S&UO.( .. ,. by OsoeoMPharm.ey
These can. be bad cheap on reasonable ,
Mr. Ira Thomas, "the. ice man" of men, and were highly pleased with terms papers can be purchased at this
Green Coe Springs' was in the. city what they saw. WATERS & CARSON GRO. Co. office for 20c per 100 and there is nothing SPRING ILLS
Monday visiting' his brother Mr. better to put under malting.

l Roma Thomas of the State Banc.Get Rev. \V. A. Myres returned from Osceola County

the Orlando hospital Tuesday afternoon Reduction in Millinery. is aicktlme
your school supplies from the having decided to. forego the PILES I PILES I PILES 1WUli.nt. I Springtime
Kissimmee Drug Company. They operation, for appendicitis unless future In order to close out my spring and .' Indian Pile Ointment will cur Abstract Purify the blood-cleanse'>

.' carry a full line and If they summer stock, I am offering. hats and the llllnd ramon.Bleeding a'lnys' mod Itching Ilchlnf nt&Pile.once. It arts absorbs.. a Company .the .,..tem-bythe simple '

what you want., will order it for vou. make it more necessary than seems at other millinery at bargain prices for poultice, gives. 'lostan.relief William' Indtau and effective roots herbs
the next two weeks. This Is a bona Pile. Ointment Is preprint. for Pllei ..d Itchlni,
City Clerk J. R. Gilbert and A. S. present. Mr. Mvres has suffered for fide'reduction sale and It will pay you of the. private. parti Price Xe) and 'I.UO> !bold G, P.: GARRETT, Manager. and barks contained in
Gilbert, proprietor of the Cash Bar- years with weak lungs and it was to Investigate only by Oaovola Pharmacy.J .

gain' Store, left Sunday for a week'ivisit I feared the administering: of aneasthe- Miss MATTIE BANDY. Real estate t1
to relatives and friends In Georgia ,ice might bring on a. hemorrhage.He Titles examined and reported on. BLISS
Is feeling some better Since his return M. WILLSON, JR., Taxes paid for non-resldents HEM
and thinks after resting and recuperating Laundry. Instruments relating to real estate
Mr, O. B. Howie returned to his a few days he will be ableto The agency for the White Star carefully drawn 1

home In Ocala Wednesday after resumo his work as State evangelist laundry Is now at the Home Store, ) NOTARY PUBLIC.. The cost is but a half-a- t
six weeks down the
ranch spending looking abqut after I his cattle on impr cf the M. E. conference. and If you wish to have the boy call l STATE AT LAHOH. \ Correspondence Solicited. cent a day to rid the bloodof

The many friends here of Robert OlD you weekly just ring up 154 and Real Estate Agent. the poison that causes

ests.Write Watson son of Hon. J. W. Watson you will be put qn our list, and calledon Boila-ples and other ;
to Schnarr & C?., Orlando weekly. The work is all done in Sprigg
Fla., for their free pamphlet, "When Miami will regret to learn of a serious an efficient manner and at Tampa KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA Skin Eruptions. 200 Tab-
to. Spray for the White Fly. The Information mishap which befell him some days prices lets for f.00. A Guarantee -
Is official and worth knowing ago bv which he is minus an ear and .
lt' came very near losing his life. The to cure or money back.
young man, with two friends, was Old papers can be purchased at this O A. VANS AGNEW, PRESSING Ask
We have a really good piano. Kim- down south of Miami shooting, When office for 20c per 100, and there isnoth- for a Bliss Almanacand

ball make, for sale. This 'Ts without Robert set his gun down on the stock ng better to put under matting.To DYEING a'd learn fully about this

doubt bargain. A tJ.'>O instrument rather heavily, causing It to be discharged I ATTORNEY AT LAW..... .. REPAIRINGLeave old-fashioned remedy.

)0. for 9160 if sold. at once. The Home ), and the load passed close LAUNDRY PATTRONS AND OTHERS .- I I AND NOTARY PUBLIC, I 1-
Made BUSS in Washington '
Store:: enough to his head to carry away one : Beginning tomorrow, the Home by '"3
days oarties of his At last accounts he was Store will close at 9 \ JD. C.
Within the' past few ears. p. m. Satarday. KISSIMMEE FLA word at my house and clothe ,
from Tampa Lvkeland and Sanford resting comfortably and with the exception will be called lor and returned. t

have been investigating! the trucking or the loss of his ear, will Our sister city of Santo Is preparing 'OR a.u.a ... 4? +J

business and lookingover., our celery probably be all right strain in a short. for 'a big Fourth of July -celebra Old papers'for'sale at. the Valley f81fC

lands. time. tion. Gazette office. Satisfaction Guaranteed J. W: HAMPTON7I. ?

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PTHE PULPIT. Typlasl New
]farls beat .e.L.40.1.11;; '
horses were .
,, t :t' :; KISSIMMEEIf killed tor food. .wtilcth eras 8.000 more. .. An old woman' misty of gown and l idneY'i'

then the J'JIr'P'f'toul' Tear. '1:b... animals 1 1AN ELOQUENT'SUNDAY SERMON BY" white Of hair; cot jon, a crowded Fifth

4q yie4ded! 36.Tod,000! poundsot; meat. for< avenue elevated railroad train in

'EIVEE'EOt1'rE.: human ronswrnptlon.: 4... A., H.' LEWIS-, ", D j, b. Brooklyn.; As fir sa the eye could Ailmentj j

reach male' persons were. hidden by .

. Theology and Sclanc-': 1hf' ft..': The Rarl'Pdru..ot' FatherhoodGod ,.vutspfead n'ci'ipapeys' a .

I STEAMER : '" The \. .' Halfway: .down the car a youns. .
LILLIB, ,- STEAMER KOSElaDa,. physicist !nj Jhe theologian ... ;
and down the o'
Captain Clay Johnson, Sr. Captain Clay Johnson. Jr. look at the .ame world, but It M alone has absolute to "woman arose .. '
power mlsDxklnff whatsbe
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through aisle There MM
JUrular''v.ekl, trips to Basslnger s-d return. Roieadat leave KJastaBe O1)potIIlt& ends of the telescope I create. He might. h&,8.retained this Sie "belonged to that Ia.s't ,

Tuesday and neither'Dl'le. essays tie power forever, He chose rather to was; ...
morning end to which lie aocuetomed.on confer honor of women ; '
U not Infinite and
Infinite responsibility ;
Charter Trips,to Lake Oke c>>obee and Fort M> r. on the LIUM .* on man by delegating to cl: ss" b)' the trtiaritablv: dill .;
accommodation for paisengeri'. Rates reasonable. . t + hrtu'the power to recreate. This Power poeed' and get l a harsher name from

4 The most picturesque Waterway In Flo;ld i1 Handicap I I to perpetuate .the' race, as a sub those who still stand for th.e use'of the ; ,f fI fI

has Puiagr and Fr I creator and to be a direct factor In Starlet Letter She edged hex; wag

w' .. CLAY. JOHNSON. SR..' Prop:1.t01''l.- ." faltered the young m-an. j determining character a/id destiny through the crowd, with a backward: I I wont every fM..ou".bo' Buffer wits .e. "
4 ... ,. .. *. 011I board -1..1 111.." KUslmmee. .ills""er, "You do. eh, ?" ..K'lalmetthe. fond I Is divine. Its exercise In'fatherhoo."Took which prevented any male person sob form vt Kidney ailment DO matter .
..kt. .-..- .- -.- _.. .-0 !Is among the most sacred functions of I Low many' r.". have tried no
I{ ,; ; f B= parent "Well. I hive been, rather expecting | existence, In this life alone, its results from claiming her empty seat master 'bow many I"J"tbo"l. thaj bar*-con., / -
.thi*, and to be tnoroughiyorlhodos4shalt take \ eat?" she stilted, no inattiir bow aerloua the case to
for my
good OJF evil are beyond com. "won'tjoy ..'
,Kh-a Mun ui KJdnoyItemodj -a-trialou '
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""'" - -.-.-;. -- ... put a few questions to ;1'Utatton---etmsld.fred "by life sTahd-" 1"said T with a oharmllln1 f
-. ; -V you.' i I ard of an endlpss life tttey are overwhelming old woman, In the "runty !gown It rellaTra all pnlni In the. hack loins -,.

: "Do you drink?" Were there not unknown looked at her and thanked "her end will l prolna Im/ flurpt roused'laoil hr to the see kldneya how quickly. You'

f' : \ The Italian Criminal J Jr. "No:; Sir. I abhor liquor""You | possibilities for good results In //each J with. a that transfigured) the, It rodnroa the anrplllaf. In the feet and
;k eh* Smoke" experience of parenthood, no-man understanding I Ic-trn. ate pnqjneH>> iiixlcr the ryes, after
r do what It could meager old fa"fand hobble) to tIc! llkliiK a few Antes of thin remedy You
means venture .
"r never use Jobceo la will' ho deltghtrl! tre nee' the eoUtr refum-.
Shipping a Stowaway the Black Hander J Jr any I to assume fatherhood. j seat f Ins to your chi..>k. end feel the. thrill of
i "Well t didn't nuppoae you ate It. Much the larger: share of human \ The ttflwaI'Rl'pr.h\ldpn\ male persons vi luor and good rheor If your trine l..- ..
is Helped to Flee Where Do taKjuent the tracks*" '' I tjlt-k or rallkr It I I. pnln. and' foamy If
to this' Country, you ; race suffering comes through impaired I cowered closer than ever behind It a'astaln.e., 'I..t.: .I or! brUkduflt If {-
"I rftfjW saw a horse race In my physical .heajtlr. Weakness and disease i malt rm I highly olored boa
He their billing A young or an oflVnftlTi* amell.
1: ,... May Indulge His Atrocities, .I life. Sir," I make) men a burden on society the o.?' Jer side of theciur. IotII? with \ If yoiinrlniite freqtientlr. yon should per-
1I lead tty' ppverty drunkenness, social xlst taking thin I .remedy until all tftap-
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"lm-m-m Play card for money r' of shame \\ bell.. ,,. :
j Practically Unpunished. "Emphatically .Sir" ,I impurity larceny and kindred evils. | slight flush and somewhat tine (,tI.Splaer.. uprloun e kidney this I allmente remedy

r'. .r no. Is free from guilt who trans- faced' look, than all the Kldnev' tn"* . Denison ,4 ""' "'ell, young man I must say you UrHs! a single element of physical "I'.f'tot I tired or gibing\ up my emit barn ritnilHiiirldiNl. 1'rnfanaor Munyon beIb.1 -

Lindsay are heavily unneceflsnrT -
.w :N; every M.She! Milling mini. I'al..nlh' "I i Naples air a UOyen Is a thorough society girl and 1 avo!!". :i cause: I: don think thev'n ladles" and will be greatly reduced by tolaremedy '

: or inontu' <'nib.iof" the I amoiia .r th.Iann.' :! employed as can't for the life of m* see what she. The habitual use of stimulants and tie **Id, tipping his hat and I
""I" : saltuls'oalIia'ers.% and stiwartl-. I li: 1 i- Goff: i IrU\'l'ual: In going to -do with. you. however narcotics mentalbalance destroys. Their nerve force and do it afii' more, but 1 think you .deserve a "..ltI. of Muny.*n.A Kldner remedy It
0 it's her ana she effects.are often It fulla t" KlT Hiturnrilou I will refund
It funeral wants l to
tl' I duty to.. aid;, law 1r. 1'Tvr
h bleiblen to evade :Ihe'pa-.port. mote prominent; in the second and your m"pe.M"n.ou.Fftr .
... i" than. .are.! six' 01 mule n' .rnoi' 'r" of j. rap., ,"iiipsnv, ,.dine tin undertake the job, why, God bless the third generations than In those ..'a' all o'; It Very New York. Halo' ', I Iv all' ilmrrtata, Price Kf.

. .......... I 1) drvtnuu' uf 10Il"lIIIII.1"I\\\O."I.. 'IUUg always you both''"-:New; York Times. who first Indulge. Purity In thought t, h -:Now. fork Times _

3-2 -low : \\ay and act Is an imperative demandwhich' IFYOUVENEVER
tit' dune. Th"I'. :urn record. d I't.tsnuc. tR'r! a '

' ,; ........... !lh !heap huuud 'lot ttii " ho us. tu tw. ntin.' ...n. after all\ LOW EXCURSION RATESTO the sacredness .actual or possible A Poor Salesman WORN
THE fatherhood places) on all men C"srelo',iison udlain I the SoutVCT
,,k. l. 1:,' wllli i i.i 1- ,rod, I rt-w i.i\ ,' In.? n Miit .i-tuin' mm ha rem "
I Xnalned United Confederate Veterans'' In assuming; fatherhood you are phllloglst i; : sail. at' u dinner "I i hdw t
L. uudl.uteledbecan: 'e hi' \\ .i- -i t\ id IIi' Ua ,ut M -sin a bunk Rennion acting for UoJ. exercising the holiest r
/ ho e that: tae:, silesmau who aox jto T \
.' ? i | When;! frV! -'.'eamlifi] hi- (lid,I 11,1 at.h.." t..nh, in aim: <''rloan port tfugitive h At M'011. If a mangoes ; I

,"1 : :..3e jUt ui the iiniroini, 01 tmidllf: .of om of /Ini! runtrderute* mid 'a"l1 M-ll Th.nun.i, Hirmlmh.n. t Atlmitli-.llro'd will., : out as the agent of a bull> t trii tj"!k t tin duauAL uittibUuluK Tii one eif the \ schools: or
s f mimakea his wanTT Thi! lil| 1 i And! tlm. :, .". .\.u..I and luiuohi-a l'lmlUOl hb.pnr.n; will IM* .Ii ..I on .turn Irlp nt :.rrbla 1 firm pr the representative' of a great -j jsulean I
Ht. are bawl I on al.IH UI one rent per full. nation he must be ansrtp; un eight or nineyears't'n'Irse ,
; .hls iran.h.l loyal to the
blood . pow'Qr I
1- stain I 'laid- iijtii-l till|| I Th.]: w u,1,1 athe w 01 IdItio ball' Ole against\ to learn the bodily
AKKn FROM PRINCIPAL STATIONS' which commission's! him, and In wh&fcename 1 I'm Ire he needs It. j n
comfort it
S.. {hIm Is turn...' 11! I Hi", I unl of tin tnv i and tin Hum'' ol thihrie, W.xrow, I.. Hi 711nrton ? : gives in
Every: O. n' m ha acts, llov( much more wt lr Ills -shaman) u Htittbb>' Young u.Y the wettest weather
t rf.r tot the I s: )",''I-UI. our (if rllrn:i ht. .idniilt, tin.,.,. fut! It V ii the IlitorN ofF' lien finirrtM' plea, (in. O"*., ties II\ tt of .the Infinite and EtfcrnalHe : I';at'j.: man' ]Ja.'d his hand Oil my arm andwi.ti. MADE 505

'be profpHslonal pulp .. uminal to us I or:T.I., 4A 10 HO who r man ot AHIU.I im hut tin !lull in comes lfrun.wl.k. Oa.. 14 ol, { eaijtltt, *"*:, 'Sac trend, lemine sell, je a hot i
de- Ihrough Kraticami Tumid/ That is lions,'n-, h.> has tieillitr thY iiitelllgenoe T.ll.4.... AI. _' < 4- transmit thtendency: Km liltiv(.' I! t CUARANTC.CDXATtatrwoor
: 't. from otlti.r'f'olnt. Such ""rf this' here patent venlent'I'
Thualh.rd.: ):: : :: a maiMAnuat rather jtrausralt thejI
nor they in<>.in>- o' to alt I nn. if Abe 1'I
The ; srr.t-t r''''_ la IhAvAllMlwIppI, end l enh.y ,I Ilh tendency to KArtttid disobey God for 1: \"i i .h".k. off hit. filthy I paw i j
y l convict ha > the I :New YOI'add\ .'., of one ui more members of . ( ta.'.f' .moll I -,3Q2 '.
"H' r.'ju which he not Bis child In ''' sneerei 1 at
AST: rH/s PATTON renponslble J. Cement' I anno\el
Ills sorlrty In Ilal\ He nml,. hiwax. 'it tinaildus. Kl as hf ma%'. ; .. T ilCOOO STOat
A' > aaim' ) O.uenl 1' ***u..r Art Trittelinix Pa..r Avt Ifs I| This stupendous fact )lies at the' *
1)U fainili'.iit\ \\hat d'l I' I want wirb ; '
He Attnnt, ." )
Is without .
{ work chance A |
u Mtuiig" counu ) !It maIn- that happy core pf all true teliglon -
r I 1 will find hum>st walk fail Iii In ui on.Hut usually It In ,not! $o Htu l becomes The huebaaff' has to bear llftle of cefrent'"Why'
Y rled the man in apparent
( more llkel> a AllhjiK! useful tool of 'lh.- 1)1) .i<'K Hand! a iiendent on the- OVLRTIegMNT the passive service and contittuousburdens "
aln t >'e broke" \e look It.
,, I'' generosity of inure thuioiiKhU. I anlimatid, riiiiinaN. .. The_ .'teultby dell\?ry I which attend paienthood Truck Garden of Brtltany.Plougistel \ .

'1 Of blackmailing It-ttera, tin utabliinKs) the bomb plaining; and e\en the murders TEACHERS: Writ! tor fre. booklet."A.PIaou The wife had. an absolute right to all ,, -'IOOn I IK prosperous. In theta
the which III 00 Rewnnl.
how we help>ou cure a bAtutrPOHlUon help pure love exhaustless
J of the Black Hand type an- done I b) men' who anto Ignorant and so I Tnouaandi ex.ellent racanciea open patience and tenderest sympathy can The readera of tills paperwill bepl..aaedto | days, and very bun}', especially In the ,
+ helplesb that rhe> fici" starvation If the>' do not carr> out the orders of the I paTtnv SIIO-II50mo"thlr. HchooU auppllad with afford This Is due to the child also, learn that there i. at 'leant onilreaded d,., I atra wb..rl'"p..l
I "' Black Hand thugs! who house und/ fct-d them after 'th11' eurreptitlous entry 8ovw taaclirra z.w TBACBBBUI Our the >raeit Auai: ) ,cr Southern,Columbia Agency O: wjio must suffer Ions In proportion .we< that ..'Tire h..'been able to (''u..n.1I I .work for every man Voman and nhilM

'o Into the United St t ate- -iveibod\I these are withheld) from tho motherIf itt dag..apd thatl.( .t.rrh. Hall a(:atarrh i t I In the village The berries are plckn
('uno... the*nty poaitlw' cure now known to j
::4 Euthanasia' any husband denies these or worse the inedieal. fraternity Catarrh .being' a conatltutlnnal i I and packed. 'with great; car. most of
. . still, gives in of
place them Indifference
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In the course of human events Uiem being shipped to Plymouth.
1 neglect, harshness 'or abuse he trfittnnent H alj' '('starrhCuvetat.kenmter-: ,
it becomes necessary to chloroform whence. they find I a ready market InalI
becomes a shame to the name of nally.actinK dirwtly upon, the Mood and mucous I
'. .......,- - -'\.. ..- """,, '-' ) an injured' oat or dog, whoee place Is fatherhood, a disgrace to his sex, an i "'aurfarea the ayatem.thereby deatroring I part vt England Some parts of

K do pay for he anaestlellc'' That enemy to his own child, and a sinner the foundatiofvof thc. liaeaa' *.and givingfthf r.rittin .""e.o to have become ono .
patient atrenHh fly building the conatitution -'
k t The Elements Fun U a question that.arLee very often In before Ood IHealing and aaaiMtmg|, nature in up doing ,Itswork. vast market garden; for the benefit of

I t of this town. Every! day cats and dors The pinsnthat ao much faith Great IVItain for the quantity of fruit
. ,
-'u ita curative, tliejr offer One
whose natural agility was not sufficient and vegetables sent over le something
of the Mind. Hundred 1 Dollar For :snycase that it /lull, to
4, r From the Showman's Standpoint Certain Well- to keep them out of the way ot I cure Send for lint of tmttimomaU I AddrmaK ..norm""". There are acres and aerateof

.- ..AU.ta.tnpblle8 and delivery wagons are I know a man who though busily .1 J. CuriHyt; loledo. O asparagus fields <'ultlvat d to'0' >
J; --Lllfln :Principles Must e Recognized:: mercifully dlapatobef by humane citizens and extensively engaged In Christian hold IT Hruffgiata, 75'- I vent Garden. and as for potatoes. the ,
service was for long defeated In his Take! 11.11'. family 1'illa for conntipatlon!
{ r Sometimes the pollcoman whoIs I thought life. The evil word and act - 1 Britons themselves" are paizzlml. to

L By Freddric Thompson 3y called In carries. the Injured animal I were checked. but he could not pre- CORRBCT : know what the Knullth can possibly

11.. to a vacant lot and shoots it, but vent his thoughts from ranging over "Mildred: had hard lurk1, with her do with them A woman asked me

b HE dlrrerpl1'p.I'en\ the theatre and the big amusement usually out of consideration/ for public I forbidden fields and consequently he beaux Four of them shook her oft one day and when i told her We ata

M' park Is the difference between the Sunday::> school and the. safety !the_chloroform route Is chosen. was brought into Inward bondage and '' before1 Bob married her;' '. I them shy said! It ""was impossible-that -9,
; Sunday school .picnic The people are the same; the spirit despair One night, at the close of a'
In that .case the, question Is whoehall "Ah1' I see Well shaken before! we must use them In the manufactory
to make"the service as the congregation-sang the
and environment different It Is harder
are wholl i
session buy tho._chloroform?'' Simpleminded well known words: taken, eh""-Plc>-Ma Up. .... les- conduct
picnic successful tban successfully to a
bystanders expect the, policeman ; -
{ of the school;' and it .harder. to make success pT able "Just a. T'am, poqr wretched, blind, r
to buy! it but he live
rarely '
fight nchefc healingof the mind -,
amusement park than pf atheatre.There"in't any Iriev- ,
y' up to their,expectations.That : t Yea, all 1 need in The to find, ... ... ."4
r' t.r4l'Dceln: this. comparison. with the Sunday school, for, If the : r al .
'' .
Uml .
O Lamb df I a
com in
animal ain't hurt bad" ;\[ i"; ...oK ,,_ -
. amusement park, deosn't attract 'ppovi.e. who are interested broke : 'I.!
> 'be usually ".It'don't need IHe thought upon him.;_ and he 4"
f1 t :
rln the Sunday school. It Isn't going to succeed, 'saw--that what he needed most'of all 4

(( For I want tojsay at (the beginning that ninety.fHe percent of tbe American no chloroform It'll t be frlskln around was such "healing of the mind" as

"1 public) Is* pure uijd good, and Itt\ ; this public that It pays to ser\e This Isn'tJust like anything In a few minutes Atiyhow that unto which Christ pledges Himself I
its best to notify the S. P. C. ,
Falling upon his knees be criedas
'r a general statement. I always believed It. I have proved It by studying\

.the twenty.five million people who havp'Islled Luna Park In the past five A. I he had never done before: I
The sympathetic crowd however "O Lnmb of 00<1, I come! "
t -ears. I haven any use for the bad five IK're'cut. As a showman" I don t I
c k, want them to come" near tuy enterprises thinks the poor creature' ought to be And hjj testimony Is that Christ :
of its and brought him that night Into an attitude !,
d\ putout I Buffering once
In the
t i' amusing million tttere are other essential elements besides gaiety, of surrender
new and enabled
'.One Is decency-the absolutely necessary qiallt In every line of the world' sometimes a particularly affluent per- '' him to exercise new faith claiming

r' Ibusiness.,, There Is nothing that pays BO well. When Coney Island used to eon contributes the required amountto this promise which has constantly I

t > have a pretty bad reputation. there were good shows I there, and clean shows, buy the drug. In case tbe affluent been fulfilled to him: "The peace of

+ ,but the- Influence of evil divea was dominant Tlie police could n't, or at leastJdldn't'check.thtu. humanitarian Is oonaplouous by his God shall guard your heart and your

.- : The Hooligan was everywhere It's different l now The 'absence, the money If obtained by taking ; 1 thoughts!: "-J. Stuart Holden. I

: (clean; decent shows have driven the dives out of business. They can't pay up a collection. Then there always

I [the .rents,the good places easily afford ) is criticism the smallest subsorlber Herald Dlutlll.I .
uauaUy -wanting to know whet I" ,
,, t Never borrow the chances : :
gj w "" -------- the S. P. C. A. 1s for anyway, and I I money
are you can't.Never ,
. t What It doe with all the money itgets..New
L" _ run your neighbor down-
York Times he may beat you at the game. .

If you are living in the Lord your ...

Will Women Vote? LIGHT BOOZE neighbors will rejoice In your life. I

Do You Drink It? Some men never pay any comPIl-1 When shown positive and reliable proof that a certain __
} I ments. They are too stingy
remedy had cured numerous cases of female ills, wouldn't ;
wife bad quite a tussle that.A .
A minister's gentleman la never more polite
> Jlllce- Ston Blacfcwetl sensible woman conclude that 'the same remedy would
By with and her experience is any
coffee to another woman than to his own I
: ;/ f&K. terestlng. She says: I j I wife. also benefit her if suffering with the same trouble ?

During the two years of my trainIng The way of nature If the survival *
letters which the of
as a nurse while on night duty I of the strong; the way of grace lethe Here are two ptove efficiency Lydia .
: "Women would not
drinking. salvation of the weak. E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
coffee |
addicted to f
r use the ballot If they had It. In the There is little to choose between
l'' The Colorado secretary of state, In a letter to Mrs. Between midnight when tbe and patients were I those who blow themselves In and :Red Hanks, Mls .. -""Words are inadequate to express what

t Charles Park of Boston says that 80 per cent of Colorado morning, wa.'llttle to do except those who blow themselves out Lydia Is. I'lnkUam's Vegetable* Compound has done for me.1 I
women register and about 72 percent Vote asleep there j The man who practices what he disease
suffered from t.. female and weakness which the doc-
and It was quite
1 make the rounds before be preaches it shall ,
Tbe Wyoming secretary of state. In u letter to me, says should want a good preaches In tors said was caused by a fibroid tumor and I commenced to
f' I natural that I experience: no difficulty getting
that 90 portent of the women of \\ \omlngote, for IMnkham's .
hot of coffee about that time. It others to practice what he preaches think there wan no help me. Lydia Vegetable .
111 Idaho the hli-f> justice mud all the justices of the stimulated cup me and I could keep Birds sing flowers bloom zephyrs Compound made me a well woman after.all other.means had, ,

state supreme court have signed a published statement sa>'- better. blow-all nature smiles-for the sole failed. My' friends are all asking what has helped me so much
tng"t'Tbe.large vote cast by the women cbtabllshca I the fast that they take four years of coffee purpose of keeping In good humor and I gladly recommend Lydia li. IMnkbam'a Vegetable Com
After three or '
zt., [.niveljTJnterest"; nervous wreck:, and still some old rascals refuse to j' pound."-Mrs,. YUle| Kdwartls.HampHtead .. - -
I became A
drinking .
......:. ..Ip...Australia. men outnumber Vtomeu. At the la"I' federaleiections for could not be happy.-Home Herald.
and thought that I limply taking 11. Plnkham'sVegetable
118r111nd.Beforo Lydia
1Y'', [which we have the returns 028,235 men voted mud 4: live without my coffee. All this : oft Compound I was weak and nervous and could not
4 NeWZealend when woman suffrage was granted In 18"),! the estimated Glorious Gift of Life. e
was subject to frequent bilious be *n my. feet half a day without suffering. The doctors told
.A. Dumber( qf women In the colony was Lia/ifi: \ ;; Of tlu-se 101,461 registered to tacks sometimes so severe as to Life, despite of all that cynics or I me I never would be well without an operation but Lydia: 15.

KiVOtei and the number of women. voting has increased at each triennial par me In bed for several days at-I sentimentalists Bay. !la a great and I' Pinkham's Vegetable Compound ban done more for me than all 'J l

klamentary election In 189. 00,209 women \oted ; In I Ib'JI.! 108781; In 1899, "After being married glorious gift. There Is good for the | the doctors, and I'hope this valuable medicine may come Into .',

i1 t 18,650; in 1902 138.M 63: ; in 1005. 1";.,046. to leave off coffee, for he good; ; there is virtue for the faithful I the hands of many more suffering: women." Mrs. Joseph II.
begged me
t; a : Where women have only! the scbooj ballot their vote Is'small. as the vote feared that !It had already hurt me almost There; there Is spirituality is victory for for the the valiant. I i Dandy. ,

'1 f. men 1s always small at elections where u< hool offUers only are to bet beyond repair BO I resolved to and there Is, even In this We will pay a handsome reward to any person who will "'

,, Chosenwherever: women have the .full franchise t they shaw no backward. make an effort to release myself from an Infinity for the boundless SPlrltual'1
Pf to us that these letters are not and truthful
taess In using It. the hurtful habit.. I There are' blessings upon ; prove genuine _.

"I began taking Postum and for a there Is hope In Its death, -"or that ether of these women were paid in any way tor. ';

.. .1.-.1.t. few days felt the languid tired la-to consummate all-there Orvllle Is eter- their testimonials, or that the letters are-published without
--- nfty In its prospect. Dewey.
'' "Field of Labor. Among; Noted Teople.Richard.Broker Ing from the lack of the feel-j that the each did
ft The their permission,- or original frpm; ,
t.)! rote the Chicago I sailed for Europe,. but J liked the taste of Postum Bind Yourself to God. ..
Bj unanimous until after next election the breakfast ber- not come to us entirely unsolicited. '..
Federation of Labor has in- not to freturn that answered! for I thank Thee O God. that I may

1 al I Will: .) ; bill drawn by a special com- day erage all right strive to do Thy work In the world What : ask ?
orae4 a more proof can one
. for the punishment of brlbe- Learned Hand was sworn In as a "Finally 'I began to feel clearer I even when my heart !la dry. I thank I any

-t |_lttee United States District Judge In New headed and bad steadier nerves. After Thee that I may bind myself to Thee I.

i t' l!giverarto Bakers' Union York City a year's use of Postum I now feel even while I am crushed by my sins For 30 years Lydia E. PlnJtham's Vegetable 6A a4 J

:l .,The International aU subordinate unions tO The pastorate of the Euclid< Ave- like a new woman-have not had any I and shortcomings; that,even when I Compound has been the standard remedy for /
asked I female Ills. No sick woman does justice to
) testablishI' DnaterDaUonal nue Baptist Church.of Cleveland, has off coffee." i i"There's doubt whether the love of-God is In
I left
Yi d, ate on a proposition officer In CblCO. been offered to the Rev. William Walter bilious attacks since Read "The 'me, I may yet press nearer to Thee herself who will not try this famous medicine. ;

+ printing Bustard, of Iloxbury, Mass a Reason. where onjy the heart can find reel Made exclusively from roots and herbs, and
U1ra Road to Wellvllle.n pkgs. has thousands of cures to Us credit. t''
em- Cornelius N. Kellowes, for years ...
'! local union of the women Engraving head of the Horse Show and secretary Ever read the above letter? Anew Rest In the Lord. aaMPSB. Mrs. Plnkham Invites all sick women .1'

yes of the Bureau Washington of D. C., pf the Ogney Island Jockey Club, one appears from time to time. 'Tho'ii, 0 God' hast created ns for F to write her for advice. She has o r--

lPdaUDr at wl h a charter died after a reconciliation with. his They are geudfS'Ikae' and'full of Thyself and our heart U restless until guided i thousands to health free of charge. dtP S e,4

'a as ;been organlted ._us" Caiman interest. ii-J It rests In Thee.-St. AugffuUMe.. Address Mrs. Plnkham. Lynn, Mass. r t ,(( _
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-' -n iveatnient r; to AecomnUah'. *

What Scleneo Ilaa Ijleon- Str.c- :
gUng to Attain (or Centariesw TOG ITS 1ENEFICIAL'EFFECTS I

:The intense> Interest that h.. been manU I ,
w fasted throughout .
the-country by.tbe won. 1ALWAY 1-
derful ,
curea tbaf are being; accomplished
.t daily by rpilepttcid still continue. U.
really aarpriain tha vast number of p.opJ. $ UYTHE GENUINE ;
wb.. ,
- -i------- hare already been cured of fits and ,. it. ,
rierrouineac; "In order
that .erybody mar "
bar. a chance to t..t tbe-medicine, large t.
trial 'bottle., valuable literature history ol I:
palepey and teatunoninla, will be sent by
luau.' liZS''"}"'!: free to all'! wheY 1tT.te to th. !
1>1'. LaOOr.tol'7, M8 Purl Str..t t
J'ew fork City .. '. .,,
: : The epilepticid cur la creating great ,. .
public interest, as well aa among Vootor
btudeala. Hospital t t
I and visiting Pbjaiciaoa! .

*.- &--.r I JII' i \\'e harness our thoughts to a heavy

I tL4' I wagon, Then_ wo expect to fty ; I

_____' ___. .F I -- ------we--
\ Cured of Persistent; Case of '

\ "' , Eczema.. } ->-+1.
I' / .
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.. i 8t. Louli. Mo.. Sept. 1, 100S. : '
air. J. T. Shiiptrln.. Savannah Oa.lx !
>ur Sit:-1 have been a very \r.atr
: | sufferer from ."..m.. for jour or five'
I yeora and have uaed many r remedlea and '
o.. I have been treated by the moat prominent .
Ji.2A i _"alill. here for aKIn dlaaaaea without
-,:- .--- tI" "1 .uoc.... dome tlmo ago, my aleler.. Mra. 'I i t ti
I Klton, formerly of your rlty. Induced melo'uaa
': !iV: Tetterlne.l and after uelnc came
a few weeka. I am grateful to reattta- that _

___ _ _ Cnrfoon-by:: \V A. Iiod0ani. in t1t-New: York Hcrnld.\ : I I I I burnIng am at..",laat."10".cured Ho valuable of the a tormenting remedy aa, i I-
Tetterlneahoulil be known of by the V
WRIGHTS "KINGS !, thoumnile throughout the country who It
OF THE AIR aXe. aiifTarlng- I have been, u.nd 1 aluill
take pleaaura In' recommending It wher- t <
RECEIVED i avjw an opportunity preaontn. t
WELCOME HOME ,i / V.ry resper-.tfully, .
{ (EMrnea;! ) Mlaa A. B. King- 6688 Vernon St .
: Tetterlne curea Knema, Tetter Ring '
Man Who Flew i Worm Ground Itch. Itching riles In-
75 Miles In Two Hours tant'a Sore Heal Hlmplea. Bolle, Rnugb I .4:
I I Scaly Pitches on the Tare Old Ito'hing : : .
and Tweniy-sev.en: Minutes Talks I Korea. andrun, Cankereil .
I lone, Coma. Chllhlalne and ..:::'JPioru cf .
of Future of Flying. I Skin IMaeaae. Telterlne 6flc- Tett.rlne '
I !Aoap 2&c. Your druggist or by mall from t IT LEi\NSESTHE: SYSTEM GEKTIY YET PROMPTLY

-New- -York City .Wilbur and-er- The first expression from Wilbur" i the fia\annah.,, manurarturer.Qa.j . The huptrlna Co. i'i't

vlllc) WrlRht. 'tillerl I by 111<' French Wright on the future of,ttre: aero ACTS NATURALLY AND BENEFICIALEY ON- THE- -
"KIng of the Air" received ia'truly plane as he sees It came after lie had j Gray matter IM raw material' from t ;

royal srpoilnjt on> th<>lr return) been questioned. about his own ma | which marvelous Yarns are spun S AND BOWELS :
imtlvp cotintjy after their his. chine. KIDNEYS. LIVER 1

tory milking acliitnenientK I HbroacIa "New Inventions find or make new INSTANTLY RELIEVES THE ITCHING .

aeroplnnlMs. Their siMcr.! Katherine fields for themselves" he said. "I ASSISTS IN. OVERCOMING t

bubbling over with entliuFlam. believe lhat 4Ms la true of the aero Don't nuffpr a moment longer from Eczej . }

: came buck uitli 'Iltal IIOHUIH plane. It win-not take the )place of j ma, ..r nny form rif Milu, tronWe. Don't f ff

with her brothers. lor nhe nindt *<>v- the automobile, the steamboat or the wiHtch
.-ril flights as a pioneer of Iwr sex in railroad train. In a word it will cocks Sulphur tfimpound} to the affected ,1e

aviation I make a field! for itself without usurp slait i /mid it vein Ktop) t'lu. itching oor- A j f i DISPELS COLDS AND HEADACHES :
The brother and ", .trr. while trip ing' a field already, occupied. I iirpHtratiiiu/Uiat| nic.thon. heals, and curesall ,
rnoKt notable I''oup in the olilp'R company "The 'aeroplane will not !
i skin nil/ ""' troubles. Druggists A BECAUSE
the KronprfnzeHsIn. Cccilie, ) the railroad or atearavhlp as aconveyor '!'it. wit4 BY PHYSICIANS .
Hano were at the fame time I the most iinaHHiiniliiK of passengers!: over great

the I bioihi-i-8> almost timidin dlKtniicV-B and In large/; numbers and ioifor l booklet II. k'. Berry, of OF KNOWN COMPONENT PARTS AND KtfOWN !
the noisy rtt-moDftrHtion III their! as a carrier of treight It ,would prove I Iialttnfoe, writes "IlAel">lok'._MnlphprCVimpo'ifn :

honor. and looking:: as i though; hey a troublesome and unprofitable un I I has cored me ('omplpt<'ly. I am
raved I the aid ol I I the "nia g l 1"- carpet" dertaking. never without I it. for it imhcinoHt JeliRhtful I EFFECTS. .

which they have railed) Into being: out--" I ixljuiict.ioa bath that wait. t'v..rfutlen/ up. 1 .
of the realms if taiirv In fly away.Flylnif. ; "Mnclilnc to Carry Sivtcru ''1 cannot" Ujwak: too. lu 'blv uf its' S : .;t. FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING DRUGGISTS s.ONESIZE
and not IR' May lie Built iii Fill ur,'. lao I ____
forte of. the "'I'ht'hOlh"I'M.;" and "At t present I Intend U build aero An 11\'r-rUMII'A' di'fk-itmusi! \lie 1 he ; ,

what I hey had to -H\ was 'orsiiat1ei1\ planes for Iwo and three pagsengerR.; kind oMlo.-n\ t hat ono pockets./'
... . .. .
. .
The number of -4- I !_ -- - ... .- - es - - es - - es --
out of th"11I'l v the iii"l"tenec' of thrqllf'ntlon"rM passengers an aero - -. .- I
Hut I that! was more than plane may carry IF not limited to two } Ai Oomeatlr Ere Ke nir
they have fvi-r lIahl'hpror Mild Rives or three anrt" In the future they maybe > by Experienced I Phyairiane THE DIXIETELEGRAPH .

n rleni' Iden of' '-lr hnpep.\ their ]>lniin I built\ to carry a dozen to sixteen I I ('ontorine to Pure Food and Drugs l awa. v PropsyEE R:: i

and the field! of the rio ropla no as they passengers: Vina Fnewla Wherever Uaed. Ask Drugr I Igiit BELTS INSTITUTE
"The e \> Manna Eye Itniedy. Try Muymntt.I3 SHAFTING; PULLEYS,
know aeroplane will find Irs
\ at presentftvln present Vemovrii all awrlllng In 8 to=>
adapted ,ip"l and usefulness after the manner of I days; effects,/ a permanent cure LOMBARD IRON WORKS. AUGUSTA. GA. Offers .* tf.iptf m <_.*.Im TKI.KO1IA.fRT at ball
tospecial !,
I "iti. :: dresHod m is bolter than Trialtrratmentai r>rlr. darlni th. ninnths of Mr M4 *?... Do a
not t 16 regular frtleht the automobile III its adaptability for in jolo todaya.. tnT In \\nfm\ltf. h.I.I.a] .* .
passenger: or : 1I'lllnl I !; it drPKKlng doi it. Ir.,..rtolhinRran be:fairer little wor* as rer * "
service It IB a'"< hide for short trips liiick trips over known r/iutes but I - ''IAl'SE. Write Dr.N.H. Or.en'sIoiis, ye will ..>. roe M fr**M.lfnlftn.litii, seed %+
i . ... ... ..
nl r m tin after I. WrIte" qvtck. w*...<
in quick time It Is a pleasure, car for w ill "not take -the place of the nutomo- I I' HUt AIjAICM.S _'.: :_ Sp.cIiIIiS. Boa m Allanla. Or r... It. R. RUDD. II...**.. AMtvvtll*, Os.'

those who like the thrill bile i *, ,

About Rlxiv of the machines havelipen "Will the aeroplane ever be able to 'on>c<) to He IlrcnkliiK Down WithKidney SECURE A FREE MOTHER CRAY'S :
ordered by wealthy private cltlrens. make long' trips-=-to cross the ocean ?" /" -

mostly. in F'nrope. The cost' l Is Wilbur Wright was at>ked. -f- Trouble.Mrs. LOTAT SWEET POWDERS

S7".00 The largest firing; machine The lines about his mouth!" played I J. N. Smith, Chicago.; Bu eDIT AfiE BUILDING it FOR CHILDREN. .

yet built bv the Wrights: carriestwo curiously. chanan. Mich.. saysVhile: lifting t.. Fev.rI.5.eas..
and hrs. "I am not building a machine to MERIWETHER : ,
jiprscms staved In tli<' air I two everything seemed -4..ilpeij.a, hl.adaOS-
iioiirK and (.wentv-sevi ininiiles. flv- croHS the ocean" hp'ans\v.-tpd.' SULPHUR SPRINGS, tRaI' .. ....' Tietbiaf; I
I to give way and 1 ., .... Do.w.7 '"
lag 127:! kilometers (sos elllr- 'V(1 "Do you think the -Ifltlbt! balloon' the ........ 8M,. Tiiaeraej. cymk ap .:.eIdN.e. ,
fell gasping to .
:: _
rc .
ol Reaorta. At a t>noa 'a t.;
miles) w III be able to cjfisn the ocean or Tha Quean Georgia **,in floor. From that .tw nt So"1DR'I !
Horn "J1 '
J'o"pl'f,1 I'licliic make regular --trips! between inlandcities" I'i a time I was In illealthpain The company has already spent a"T- Hf>w York Cltf. A9.. OI.MTED.l-SR.Y' ) I.

of Mnilrrn \\ nr. enty thousand dollar in Improvements, METALLICHEELS .
/ am not -a balloonist and shiaildgJp1j1iatc1tL1Lhardixseema ; ) In my
Mr Wright: says: (that machines will ;. !. back all the' time, and_ propose.siOllnjf! _a_lew'!' -tar.! .. _of rr:]

tmiirl'nmr1-nat'; wtll-rnYry rourtirprr I practicable .. varied with sharp guaranteed 6 per cent 19"k. To facilitate & COUNTERS.JIIIRdIl DISTEMPER
or fifteen lie does not antld- with each CaamsI P.. fDAISYJLY
persojiB Mr. Wright then told of his contract :. twinges frequent Us sale they are giving ;r
pate anv machine will crops the ocean ; ...... ... .......
to return to Germany and demonstrate .I \ share of etooi.It oottagaj building I lot. _" .. -
headaches trouble of Stool ._ _',_
in lifetime of any one now living
his aeroplane, prior to Its .. withmy 60x150, and the tree use otth'o. Bprldgs. g, m Om. O..= alecy,
The p6vernmntB- Europe ate: eyes, ner.J jmummtmtai
adoption by that government, and j' Make application atones they will\ not For Min.r.Q..arrym.nFar-. ataruaUUVIMnMtm
ro.usnegs" I Irregular action the kidneys I
deepl Intesested In the Wright .of
aero added significantly, that In the last hem already and all who de workS w == 7t.c.= tt
plane. and several of them will adopt two inonths, Gcvmany.. bad turned ,.and I Boomed to bo going all to laxt long, over onivhiilf ot ," men rough :': :

It. >The European ,pbwera'*''1Ire 'not fronr'dirlgiblo balloous to" beavljr- 'pieces. :I"begari to Improve "wlth.tbe tak.n,1, Writ. tit ono,"',r-
.TJTfltherlng:: witfi vehlt'les.ond cv. yon ehoe money. 1ft
pleasure *
therefore thev'must see In the aero- t'han-air machines. use of Doan's Kidney Pills and"gfadunhly Meriwether White Sulphur easy to attach. Your shoe'd.aler, KILLERCS.3TSSIUIH L

Found Nothing AbroadTo the pains all left me. After: h..'ahoea fitted with them, or cob. aim. 5es&ei.a..:I 4
plane some other use to which It can Spring Co. any '"f. oU'e..esiaI, s )
be adapted. AdApt or Adapt. i using a few boxes I was all well again bler caa put them oa. They will; oul- .:. ".. \I, va.i..5. .......

Military expert of Europe claim "Will your "aeroplane be Improved I' and will never cease praising Doan's Room I 00 Marion Hotel, Atlanta, Ga.Mother's late the ahoe. A pair will make old. --:: \I...... ..,"
th* If the aeroplane can attain a by the adoption of any Ideas or Inventions Kidney Pills" . shoes aj good aa new. Send lor book- ''' 1.-"" : 'h', -.... .ul a..;p.0P
height, of 1000 feet It will be safe you fourid ,In Europe?" Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. ; let that tells' all about them. ,, -,--.S. .::,/1'<',. i''''.'.. .. .IC'iIS fa.a.saytbhtg ...-

from rifle fire the one mode of attack "We found nothing, and will adaptor I Foster-Mllburn Co.. Buffalo, N. Y. milk < 'ti ' \= ,_, .,-e- eISi
m4.g. cv mel
or defense to be feared. Wilbur\ adopt nothing. In fact air the UNITED SHOE MACHINERY CO. pe_to,IS..
Wright said t that he expec"vd. to dem- leading experimenters in the same A sour mash In ont who has been BOSTON.-MAB >L.. auaaaa, 55 5_ "1At21'OI / ,

onstrate that his aeroplane could field have ordered machines. Sixty I snubbed .will supply the .
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safely be driven at a much greater are now under construction In France I I' Mra.Winalow'a Soothinff Syrup! Children S' ( )
height! than 1000 feet. and Scotland. They" are of the
: same j teethingeoftenathegumaireducea inflammat baby laxative enough if .
Therein the neert of the tremendous model as the one I took over.' All of j| ion.allay a pain.cure*wind colic.25c a lottlePride ;

Interest shown by foreign governments these have been ordered In advance. she takes Cascarct.
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and aeronauts must have a fall. I -
through, their military experts Their price will be about $7500 each. __ ',

is found. The net result of the Women in Flljthta I ro/COtiDS and HRIF. And the laxative will be natural I ,;;

trip abroad of the Wright brothers Showed Splendid Ncrf. I Hick'i CAPDDINB. la the 1-L remedyrelieve *entle, vegetable-just what baby or ,.j
and the successful flights of Wilbur i Is the !.
"They showed achingand fevrushne.p.-cure ....'...
splendid nerve.None !
that the most powerful engine of war the Gold and reatorea narmal. condItion. It'. need Try one and you'll know MalarIa. ?7pMatd '
of CHILLS 'r
them teemed in the least : ;!
Illuld-.llectAI Immediately. FOR I T
luc. &c. and .d Acid P.l.o.
the world has ever known Is now x,ut afraid or excited, and made splendidpassenger's. toe.. atdrua1 ator_ I why millions of mothers use them. nIi- t tonl.' Appatlaar. U..,"11.a_"\: ,{p,
I .. .... .
of the experimental stage and ready .. .eatS .. .........._ '*__ eat,'a I
Taking their behavior ...,.___ ..._IL . "".,
to obliterate frontier. lines the world certainly showed Paying compliments comes far easier Vaa.'__t ha*. 10 eeata"-a4 aV ..__ -
trer. they equal nerve than paying bills. P_... usa a mOUmu b....aaea4Ur. UC II' AGENTS WANTED!
Wilbur Wright who has solved the with the men, and all of the men. had ------ -- -- ---'- tonality t....II '" wrt..a._.. ,..;: _1aI ___ 1f
good nerve" said Mr. Wright. Rough nn Rat; : learseT. Ii,tre.estlre. W. b... a .pm'm I _..... to aaake reiTaatalt" ag ..
of aerial navigation by means exterminator. I SACRIFICE SALE OF ,, ... ..,. ;:
problem Miss Wright said that she would 7to.ed .t what 1w.. .5.11" ,ou to 1.11' yehe'u.ighbo,._DootH.For t'
of a heavier-than-alr machine. Is the Rough on Ben LJoe Nest Powder SSo. *....... *..T.-CH.L. CHEMICAl. vourwy. ..--.. V C...01 .
not be able to return to Europe with : "
type of man who accomplishes things. Bough on Bedbugs, Powder or q.d.1Mo. I
her brothers in the early fall as her \
Tall as the average man. rather Ipt> e- I father has not been well and her place Bough on Fleaa, Powder or LJqaid, 2Rc. 'Town Property ,- ..

ly put together. but In the easy frlctlonless Is with him. She said that they had Rough OQ Roaches, Pow'd 16c.Uq'd,85a I t '45 1

manner that denotes the tireless hoped that the entire family might go Rough on Moth and Ante, Powder Ma. AT

human machine, he carries no to Europe but that this plan had been I Bough on Skeetera, agreeable in use, aSc.K. I
superfluous weight In his body. His B. Wella
abandoned. Chemist. Jersey City N. J. MilltownGeorgia.
face slightly tanned to the tint of Orvllle Wright told of the plans of I -- '
perfect health, i is flrm. oval. but rather the brothers In; thlk country. They DUcrellfln always works to: far betpr To meet. our aubterlption on Iwo new i iTonsilitis
sharply drawn. The eyes are deep ( advarts when It l la exercised. railway enterprlaan eomi&g to our town Croup
remained in New York only
over a. .
set and 'clear seeing. No lines have with other factory. enterprlaMt, we are ofTerng
day, and then went to Dayton Ohio THEIR SKIN TROUBLES in \
In the face except two : CURED \ : 200 choice loU close at the low price
yet appeared
for a few days' rest. Then they will of *S5.OO each navitble f 10 oaih balance H I
ever-changing half circles en either go to Washington D. C., where the I Two Little Girls Had Krxenia Very monthly. Thin IH theKroatent niMrlHca ever '

side of'hls firm mouth which give expression experiments, which erftled disastrously I Iladly-In One Cauut CTilld's Hair offered In Heal' Enla'n, na our town baa I' ,
when he Is talking. for his In the death of Lieutenant Sel- Carno Out and Left Bare Fatrhea I nearly 2.001 people now, and with eon clot

lips hardly appear to move. Hi. frTd'glran'd, serious Injury to Orville C'utlcura Met with Succeas. j labor drlren out of our town a 950.00(1(. and .
modulated to Uaptlirt Colieg.: two railway I
voice Is low pitched and completed mora
Wright; Who has bean-prevented from. ."I have two little girls who have been -
A tone that makes It barely.audlhle : 1 *Muled 7nak1ng-- Tiy flight slnte -will be re- I' troubled ,'e"y' badly with ecrema.: One of ecterpriHeii we nnnliot help doilbllag out '
two feet away."Aeroplane sumed.' Orville hopes that his injured them had it on her lower limba. I did population In another year. '! Asthma ..-

Will Make thigh will mend enough to permit everything that I could hear of for her, hut Thlp |h a anai>; write illicit, a. they cannot I
a Field For Itself." him to take part In the. flights: it did not give in until warm weather, whenit .last, lonff. No dulay No< wait Inic. You

'Orvllle Is younger; In appearanceand The test Is to be concluded before I seemingly subaided.! The next winter get deed tbe day |.fiym..ut4i are completed. ...

has the complexion of youth. June 28, in accordance with their I when it "became cold! the eczema .tart<'41 South Georgia Land & Industrial Co. I tb

His build is much like that of the contract with the United States Gov again. and also in her head where it would na'I. ,

brother, but his eyes are more prom- ernment. Then they'will remain for takethe. < inent and his face without the sharper I a while to give army officers lessons I At the aajne tune tier arm. were sore the There Is time for all I IhlngH! yet I Sloan's Liniment has cured of up croup.
the of the machine whole of them. I with some ihtre IH time for many cases croup. It acts inst..ntly-whcn
I lines,. He speaks so much like his In management length took her to a only the
brother that only friends could tell n.August[ they expect to sail for Germany I phyaician''' but the child grew ...0.... all the pleasures of rxl.'tence.! 1 applied both inside and outside of the throat it breaks up the phlegm, reduces

which one was talking. Miss Wright/; and will remain abroad for time. Her mtUer'a jirma were also affected J'.FffaAIcA---(-IHC-IHrk---< IMIDINaT: the inflammation, and relieves the difficulty of breathing

I Is pretty vivacious and charming: her Borne months. I began using the Culicura Kemediee, and Whether f torn ('91<1.. Heat. Stamacn or (
smile always ready and bright, a On June 11 they will be received by by the time the second lot ..... used their Kervouii Trouble Capudlne will relieve you. Sloan's Liniment *1

whole-souled door.American girl. President[ Taft 'at Washington. akin wag and and amooth. 101.... CharlesBaker I h'. llguld. Try-pleaxant It. luc to 2ic.lake and--acia&UC.. Immediately. :
Me. at drug
I IlotoqXew Albion, Sept. 21, 190ft. auirea. _;_' ,
York Potter Drug, &. I'hem. Corp.. Sole Propa I gives quick relief In all cases of asthma;bronchitis, sore throat tonsUitis,
Halloon Detachment Forced to <. | Airship | Duty looms up a great mountain, II i
of Cuticurn Kemrdiea. Boaton bias and in the chest. . ..
lama ret. ooo., ud l.oo. .
Leave Fort Myer For Fort Omaha: Line is Projected. I when looked at from a distancei -

Washington. D. C.-Owing to the Boston.-:'Charles J. Glidden, the i Counting the cost is, with moat i: tn we approach It seems qu l..'Mcce'sible. Dr. Earl S. Sloan. Boston. Mass. ;
failure of Congress to provide funds Boston aeronaut who Is planning a nien. an after thourht. : .
for the York aerial navigation -- ------ =-
construction of a gas plant Boston-to-New ( --- -----
and balloon house at Fort Myer, company this spring states that the\

James Allen chief officer of the signal line will be in operation this summer,

corps, has been forced to change : with an airship larger than at first In-

his plans for the aeronautical trials tended. i-=-_ I Look Preriatuf Old :
and tests at Fort Myer .this summer. Mr. Glidden says. he Is now busy' J'Ywi ely

The motor balloon will be shipped securing option. on land for stations.His JI
immediately to For Omaha where a plans Include the establishment ]

modem hydrogen tas-plant-and' 'of a mall service by aeroplane and
hanger or balloon bouse has been the erection of a factory to build air j oaua.'oftn e> urr.' nulr., Cray hairs. u.. -" CRCOI.C", HAIR HCSTOMCK. frlOlk. I.OO. rwlalU

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0 : 'k I REST: MADE, .. EASY i -,t N.- ,. I F. .BASS. .

.D ; Ir U. Therewill Bo-.Leas-, Uleeplssstiesa., .'. .

. 1 When 'Klaaimme People
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'f :: --. -' -.... ..'. .- ,- '----- .. ..'. "- .,,,:.':. -.".....:,..._.. -...:.... _: .. .- .. ..-.---. .. -.:.,. .. ... .. .. _Can i rest at nlsrht,'with'ft bad back: ;
.. ," ... .. A lame, a weak: OP aa aotiina one. ,
.. .. -', Doan'i Kidney l"jlJ.A.o 1' bad Does General Contracting and .Building and Furnishes Estimates -: : 11
.If' ' .. .. : ,. j. backs. '
; on Structures of an size or Dimensions, whether
: They cure ever form of.kidney'Ills: ,
J Kind reader!., If you: will. give'us! a few ,mome ..t.'of. your time in reading i this little.circular, you will beweli"paid From common backache to diabetes. ,_ it be a, .Two-Room. Cottage or a Tourist Hotel. .
. . They are endorsed by Ktasimrnee
II. "' l} for the time spent.* " -' people.. ... 'Makes'' a Specialty of boring ARTESIAN WELLS'
: ?>
I r 0 Mrs. M.!. L Outlay P. O. box No in which he has met withthe greatest successof
J' I In this jjay of commercial l -creed and .jget-rich-quick schemes;' pays to investigate. thoroughly any 96 greatly, Klsslrauee benefited, Fla by ,Dona's say: "I Kidney was . any'man in Florida .

h l1- proposition presented to you before you invest and-that is just what. .we. are to do .We do not I Pills, and Jn. gratituderecommendthem .9
;( : to anyone suffering! from kidney Give him your work and it Tf i T1 'I
+"' ask you to take our word( for a single statement but come and see:for yourself whether our statements'aretrua : trouble. I was a victim of bls com will be well and quickly done.JXlSimmee. f. la. ,
:, ;
: : plaint for some time, greatest! suffering )
t my
a .. . .
-or falser-ami; M?: your find-that-we have.misrepresented anything we will refund the money that your, being from pains In mvback A. - -- .J
T . . and through my kidneys. I could not --'
; ; :r' trip cost you. rest at night and mornings my back
would be so lame that I could hardly
: I Ftrst. We have one thousand acres. of land lying two miles south of rCissimmee,, consisting off" commence the day's work: The kidney
a J secretions were'very unqaturar In appearance J
h : alluvial muck,prairie, hammock' and a small per cent of pine, bounded on one side a distance of one and a-Ivl.jl' proof that SUNNY .SOUTH STABLES
my kidneys were disordered. I tried
.. one-half miles by" Shingle. Creek (Kissimmee river) and on another'side. a distance of one and one-half several remedies, but they failed to
'c 1 help me; Uuonroadln? of Doan'i '
iI ;w I miles by Lake Tohopekaliga-:; and on another side a distance .of one and, one half miles by the county Kidney fills I determined to try them . L. H. 1NQRAM. Proprietor.
and procured a box from the Klsslm- f
t f graded public road. mee Drug Co. They soon banished
., the pains in my back:, strengthened my,
Second. We state without fear of contradiction that there are no lands in the State more fertile, or kidneys and regulated" the action of,I Livery, Sale and Boarding -
the kidney secretions.
*better adapted to truck farming than this, tract"of land, or more conveniently located.- ... For sale by all dealers., Brice M
cents. l l'oaJter-Mllburo! Co., Uuffalo '
Third. We are offering until July 1st, 1909, forty lots of fiye acres each of this muck and pr .irielands New York, sole agents for the United. Well equipped with rfew Stock and Vehicles and pre :,
States. pared to. meet all demand With perfect sattifactlon..
r together with abuilding lot 50x150 feet on the pine lands fronting on the public rpad with a fill,i((1akejiew Remember the iiarae-Doaa's-and..- 9 ,'
'\ Lake no other.
for the pitiful sum of $200 each. After these forty lots are sold as'stated above, we will njl,offet,,: ore I HEAVY'JlAULING A SPECIALTY

.... Teachers Examination. -' ,___ ____ .. . --'-_ o' ._ __.
{ r of this tract for less"?an three-times this amount. . ". ; iAn exaintnHtlon of applicants forteachers' BRO"DWAY----PH; > ]foif.
certificates will be held .
: Fourth. There. is a flowing well on this tract that flows 150 gallons per minute a el ije. the.court. house In the town of Klsslm-at
water ten feet 'above the surface. This well adjacent. to the lots that we propose to self J "d a (Lane Bfeeitj 4*,.,HXW beginning Applicants at 9 in.Tuesday will bring,,.""."...... ................

k'. .. t k.k aDd lelfar cap paper; also WHAT IT MEANS '-
"1l Veil can be had on either the five-acre tract's thai we propose to sell. .'r' J I ffl $1.
; ':' W. J, SEARS. i Manyenple do not know"hat 0 BIO"k'o Capital In for, or the between J
ir'' .'. Fifth! Plan and terms of sale are as follows: Come and see the lands select the lot or l lots... -gist you Supt. Pub. Instruction = a bank of (little or no npltal anil one wlllj n largo capital. S
in the Kissimmee State Bank subject to a clear abstract title; the money .. ."- : = =' "- -=-=, = .
want then deposit your money - ---- -- = In the fund thai protwt the dpposjum from IIMSihorefora: the larger It la! tbrrattter /
WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS I = prutentlon Ibo dopOHlton hare Thlo 'bank 'hnj a J
> ; J paid when satisfactory title is tendered which shall be not later than! Jq1 1 st:-!1909....,"'We reserve Hate yo'i neglected your KJdtieyn9 Have' = CaIltalot.. ... . .: ... ...|'o..((5aI( > J
: you overworked jour ucrvouii ayitem and tiurplui fund nf I 15 I IXN> 00) % t
that the lots are not sold by that date to have the" bank refold your money in ratified trouble w Itii your,. kidney, and bladder StockholUera' liability. . fApgiUc( J
M the right in.the event forty Have\'Oapalna lu loin ttdu barkgroin.and = --
. . ... .
blfitf'ler" H\" you a byspl.esru.ce.... of A tolalf |I 11M' (O) (IK _
lieu of the deed and that will close the transaction ; but there is not a particle of doubt about all of the face.espei, 'laIl1'tinder the e>en <> frequ tbo'l = This mean thnt-we miut lo.o 111.,,.H\IHI bofiira our duiMinlturi, could 1 lose a /
. a ilt will,I' |pane urine" If no IlUania: KtdneT = con!. 1'hn prnteetlon IM for S 01'l { -
rill dire you-ai'rlc.ttAc.i S>'t "
lots being taken long before the expiration of the lime, as land that'is not near as fertile as this is selling; oily by O.c ola Pharmacy STATE BANK OF KISSIMMEEor

and let show the property and secure the best bargain' : -- '. .
here now at $200 per acre. Come at once us you
i Stomach'Trouble.Your : K sill Re(5.l. :. FLOr.I'OA i
!i iI "
that you ever bought in your life. AddressBrown : C, A, GAIl-ON 1"HN M .I N. B CAJtHON
I I'ri-ildont \.I".I'.I."t l I'aihlnrDANN'S

I tongue i. coated. ,", .................................................................
1 Your breath i* fouL , .

: I These Headaches symptoms come and show go.tha' WAGON WORKS

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j Pour( stomach is the trouble. T HIGH GRADE VEHICLES MADE TO ORDER ,
remove the cause is the first thing ,
and Chamberlain's Stomach anc AT REASONABLE PRICES.

FLORIDA Liver Tablets will do that. Eas ,
to take and most effective Blacksmithiiig. Horseshoch1 onttd Repair Work ofAlIlKinds

over) Roberson's Pharnincy For sale bv all druggists. % Done by First-clnHs Workmen. .

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., Q e: 'AO'AC3' AO'tCC tCC 'AO'AO' AC ?) J. J. DANN I
> b Q Proprietor.THE .

l FERTILIZER COSTS NOTHING 1 ?) ,- YouHl I eat morea ft .. . -- Ii.

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: . IDEAL. ; Investment' -. ;: ij i- : Quaker Oats I 8 KBBYSTONE GHBIE n m HBCHIHE[ E S SHOPSANTHONY : ..4

V. Many seem to think that I after the crop I le*set, thejtrees'are: going\ g'; . , ,) I , :
S to'mature 4t some way and'; aDvthloj.they't.-ca1t.-sa\1on'lertlUzer. ( : 18' .. ,;. fiand 'eat it oftener whenQ 7YOU' 1< Q" '" j .. A. LOLL,;Propricftir. ;

lit j :clear vain, but actual l results prove that a summer rertl1izlDI[:costs t I lL I i .AQENT FORFairbanks.'Morse
less than nothing. Bv making each fruit a little larger many boxes realiz.ethat recent .scientific t Q
are added to the crop and the fruit brings) a higher price.. Then\: a Gas
1 luxuriant growth of bearing wood ,is a necessary foundation< for a i Q show that hb Engines

large crop next vear., and still\ further gain Is seen in the condition of experiments arid Irrigating Outfits. .
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the trees. If their vitality has been kept up, they are better prepared 1
for winter and for strong Spring action than trees that hate become Q foods are by far the best builders Q

thoroughly exhausted and have to be nursed up before they can respond fo ,i
I to tho,call of Spring. t I 8 of health and strength. Quaker Q ___ __. I

T rtffi CaltotrourfocaIagent: WATERS & CARSON GROGERYOO -Q Oats in tins is guaranted L ARTESIAN. WELLS DRIVEN ANY DEPTH :' -+

address ,
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a.1.'' .J Wilson 1 & Toomero Fertilizer Co. J'cffiT'4 : = Q keep fresh and sweet indefinitely. Q9bk Jbi We Solicit all Kinds Repair 'Work ,1,

_ 1;__'v__ Yr'Ri1R'Y"R'4ro4r'YraYciF"fF__ 1FiFiftfiI 1 1l in any* climate. ?Q .
l I IIIMIL. S' .<. Quaker Oats family size package contains Q "

I china. Ask dealer about it. X
b your
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_ f1 ':- : '' MACH BROS., Q a- v file Quaker cmcVoo Qafs ( mpany S Q$ GROCERIES t ;


f r 1 Livery Feed and Sale Stable. G 0 o a a ca a PF b

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?c WOOD-:-DRAYINGr iftrw WIP w Wj None but the Best Sold [
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Everything is New and First-Class. We will NORTH KISSSIMMEE.' PHONE NO. J JC.

) Render Prompt and Satisfactory! Service '(I [ l

+ Day or NI ht. All Kinds alt
W. Griffin ]
., 1.. .-__ __ ._ . Hauling. \lAT t-
SEAMAN'S: OLD Sl'AND. PHoNE 113. JJL I R. S. Floyd & Co.If
-. Groceries
; ?: . Fancy Family
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i Fresh Meats. .

lit' Delluery Every Day at any Hour. Patronage<<; Solicited. M

ACCOUNT OF MEETING Uk ass ,.sae\aft.seals./L a----as.ass .eu6. 6r.ele.6 saltdrit '
Bargains at Cash Store !

:Floricl Or-: rage Machinery Co.

Malsby White Lawn 40 in. wide, 15c per yard. .
l roWer: Lace from =3c to 15c per yard. .
VIA 22 OCEAN ST. 0 . . . JACKSONVliiLE: FLA. Dress Pants. $1.50 to $5.OO per pair. -fi",
Pair Stnpe Pants at 100. "
Portable and Stationary Engines! , 't''
Saw Mllli, Wood-working Machinery Trunxs and Suit Cases at lowest prices. "' - -i ,
Atlantic Coast Liner Shingle Mllli, Lath Mill, and Picture Frames from 25c to $3.50 each.t
.general lips of .upolie*. Completes Crockery at the lowest prices. +' '. '.
. line carried in toolc immediate
) v Straw
Fancy its akcostBest
--- 31st June thlptnent. Sold on term*. I ,
oti sale May 1st and 2nd i easy Shirts made for $1.00 ach. q

With Final Limit June 6th. Tinware at any old price. V"
Y ..., It will pay you to consult UI before
,. For tickets, reserratlons or information. call on nearest Atlantic Coast Lint buy 108'. Postal will bring our lalei- The only place you can getjthe. Beaver Brand Hat. -i
or '
-:, man Write. for illustrated catalogueand
i J. Q. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., price... Headquarters' for the Best Shoes in |
j Tampa Florida w.*MO.i aJ8outlMr.AlaessYeeC.laksad: ftrauhu BncliMC BaUtn mod wacilta. Town. .
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