The Kissimmee Valley gazette

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The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-

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..,.I flit KISSIHMttHMlthleit Uslted Towi SUM ii THE' .KrssiMMEE. VALLEY: GAZETTE..

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f.' 10+Os....... .s*>tteB.t.lilt..... .89., < Oe .eol*Slgeml .lit, parc.._,..... ao. 1903. \L Ilsslmmeei3', 1 aarcia 26,, 1909.. ", < .V'oJ. XJ'II No. 13" .y

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" :' - --. , ,- .Go-,to the 'Cemeteiy'eon NextTuesday.Liathajduty .-:' >

h\,: ,_ Question of. Installing Water: Works ?,. ... To Properly Advertise ig Town and l-n !y.

I _, Seems to TrteftpMRip.T)( r _... f_ 1 ,ofevfiryw6lte4tiale: person inKissimmee County,"'and Our'Citizens.Are' ,;

Van Winkle Sleep. t9 hadrhig'a'1d' to"the ladies of.,the. ,Villaie; Improvement Urged? to Give liberally c'C 8

"JSoefettr1n:thelfendeawarsta '" ,- ..---. ,- .... .- .... .,..... __. 1.1
?y cisatrv hd'niake beautiful'Rosehill -C; B, frS
For a month' or so the q oestio. Fa
Tie meeting of the Board of Tradeon
cemetery. The-se ladies have selected next Tuesday M
installing a complete water w//9Tks system Monday night was devoted almost; "
: : the BOth, as th9 day on which'a i general'Cleaning\ of" :;-- Springods I
la Kisslmmee w .1I-ablorb'- up entirely to toe transaction of business; ; {

'- log topio o.f die .ton among our citizens the grounds will take place, and they have, requested every all. oratorical efforts being deferred to| :'i
a date when less routine work .
but f r the past two weeks npt white'man in this city to go there on that day and perform calendar, still'{ there were was.00the many . .

4. even the/faintest enterer concerning his portion of the work, and those who are prevented;! by short talks. made that were (filled with '-t .,
8ucb enterprise bu been beard, and sound logic and good/ advice. There '. ,
business or other causes from so doing are aSKed to give to '-
+ tJ question bas evidently bwfd itself were an exceptional number of entertainments .
away to the mountains to-roll ten pins the. Village Improvement Society. 'the sum of $1.25..the la progress on that,night, I : .. --

'with the'gnomes and later join poor same to be used in further beautifying and keeping clean the to which fact,was attributed the small .' .
"Rip in his( long deep. a attendance still there were enough of '
A representative of the Valley Gazette cemetery. It is hoped that every citizen in'. Kissimmee the old wheel horses present to mate ;

made a strenuous effort to learn "will answer! the callpf these ladies and either'pr entthem- the proceeding's interesting and paf I ARRIVING

I tbe wishes of the citizens of our town some resolutions that will Inure to the ILYI ,
selves at the cemetery next Tuesday morning\not later'than
in this matter at least one hundred of good of our people and our town. ,

our foremost, men being interviewed 8 o'clock. bringing an implement suitable for leanln'a''. Tbe bill of the Valley Gazette for 'AT

and not one was found but who declared $10.75-for printing was allowed, and a '
the grounds or hand to some member of the; $1.25.CARSON'S ,
it was the one thing necessaryto I warrant was ordered drawn. for that ; ,
_ the further advancement of thecltv. .. amount. '

f. Then why has the question been al16weaT8 By motion the, moneys now In the I
; -'Tatee >on'-the; -cataleptlo-state h ands or tue lrea urer to the credit of KATZ': 8 .
I" which now seems to enshroud it!? Why ADDITION. MARL PROVES SUCCESSGood the committee on factories was ordered :

\ do not. some of our...leading business transferred: to the advertising fund

t men 'and financiers band together and Roads for Our County Nowan The finance, committee wan Instructedto ; '
call a tnassmeetlng of citizens to discuss Was Opened Up Yesterday With an proceed at once to the collection of I _

the practicability of the proposition Auction Sale of Lots. Assured Fact. the funds subscribed for advertising few.', .

. ; or.,_better .still why does not the Tbe-Conntv Commissioners at their purposes and to not cease In its efforts 1
Board of Trade Issue a special call to Another very striking evidence of last meeting Inst ucted Road Supervisor ) until every citizen In the town -

all citizens of both sexes to meet withit Kissluimee's grow'h and prosperitywas Overstreet to make an experiment and county had been given the oppor- ;

for a general interchange of views, added to the list on yesterday with the marl that was discover tunity of contributing '

on this most Important subject? when ab auction sale of lots in the ed about one mile this side of Lough- The chairman of the advertising VVVVV V WVVV VVVVVVVVV 11

History has so far failed to record 'Carson addition was held and which man in the making of hard roads, and committee submitted a sample.envel- -- - .,
the fact of a town growing to any respectable that gentleman: has I placed I about one ope and letterbead wit matter de- 8r fk _
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proved a great succe both from the Acr +SuAc dtark )
proportions, without a thorough I hundred yards of It at the end of the scriptive of Kisslmmee printed on the
character and standing of th -
and un-to-date system of waterworks ? present clay road. reverse side, and asked that they be E
both for are protection and domestic i und the prices brough' On Wednesday Commissioner Les- adopted by the Board apd printed on SEND FOR FREE BOOKS
I This addition Is situated on the
use, and Kisslmmee will pot bean lev made an official" Inspection of the its stationery. The recommendation
exception to t.hls'ule\ |j eastern boundary of thecity's limits work Supervisor\ Overstreet had dote was unanimously concurred in, and j -ONFLORIDA --
i alongside the clay road and j just below -
This town now has full three hundred j and expressed the opinion that it wasa all citizens were requested to have the
e 1 the railroad crossing Ills high
people more in Its borders thanit thorough success, In fact he stated same forms printed on their stationeryin PRODUCTS
I and is well adapted to resIdence -
and dry.
had twelve months ago and we fully | as he did not believe there was any better the future. This is considered one ,

. expect to have three thousand population -I purposes as any section of the material in the state for road purposes of the cheapest and best forms of advertising ,
rolls round : city or surrounding territory, and j .....
before-another ear and that he could see no good and It la hoped our businessmen -
owing to the high social and business OnANGEi-Books': special l Interest to orange growers.PINEAPPLE -Xi(
but that will be the limit unless we reason why our county should not be- will give It their full support.
standing of those who purchased lots, FERTILIZING-Leafletof Interest to Pineapple Growers, >2
shake o ff the lethargic spirit that seems gin at once to construct good roads, The special committee apnolnted to FLORIDA
addition Kisslmmen bids EH1UES-Booklet on "Soil V.rlet.le.Oultl.,
Carson's to
to hold us In its grasp and Inject a few especially' should we complete the roadto make the experiment of planning. broomcorn vatlon and Fertilization.[ -

drops of real energetic enterprising fair to be the most popular section of the Orange county line and the: one in this vicinity, reported that the j FLORiDA*VEGETABLES-A complete manual of Florida crops. : :1f

red blood into our slueglsh veins. our town to the Polk county line. seed had arrived, which they would IRISH e,
The sale had been well advertised POTATOES-Le.fle on "Soil Seed Planting! Cultivating, {
stated in
As has been repeatedly Quite a number of onr citizens have give to any who desired to make aDe'xperlmeet J
Fertilizing Digging and Shipping. *,
Mr Jos. Fleishman, advertising
these colums, and a fact with which I by : inspected this experimental road, and along that line
Inhabitant Is well manager for Mr. W. I. Phillips, the IDEAL FE.ItTILIZ BUS-Book showing analyses prices, etc, of our ";
our most Ignorant each one has expressed the opinion Tbe amendment to the constitution
regular bran4s. '
gentleman who conducted the sale, but .
acquainted we are endowed with more that they believed the right materialhad reducing the initiation fee from five
far the best feature In that line was (l 1
natural resources and advantages than' by at last beet found out of which dollars to one dollar, which had laid

any other section of this whole cpan- the procuring of the Klsslrainee brass hard roads could be builtthat would over fot two weeks, was passed with

try yet we sit Idly by waiting/ did band to parade the streets and play serve almost any use for an intermU. I only one Hs8entloll. vote. Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Company; .,
at the grounds. the first >
something to turn up.
1- Mteawber, for nable length of time. The question of properly ad versingthis

.h Here we have a climate that Is unexcelled public appearance of our band since Taking these statements as facts, theCommissioners section was' very -generally discussed JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, :

I by any on earth. ; we have untold its organization' some five* months should not,delay a moment with the result that the advertising L t

! thousands of acres of land that will ago and every citizen 'was anxlou to in calling a. bonding election for committee was Instructed to begin _, . ___
;: yield abundantly of anything that may see and hear them play. To say that the -ol work. .
(k, !,. pllrpose building bard road: -active without delayThe --- ----
.:' i:. }"." be planted;; we have an open water all KlsQtmmee'was more than pleased throughout the county* The'marl lies next meeting;of the Board will -

1 J.r:' \,, ', ", route to the Gulf of Mexico' and one with their 'play'lng' : would only I half close to. town and alongside the railroad beheld,! on Monday. night April 12th.
"""" "h of the ,1 of transportation 'express It, for on every hand werebeard' which .
; great highways would "make the cost of \ ,1 rscl1ooTSI'
\ directly through our town? words of commendation for Its
',' passes tr'anBport..UooIeI'I'light\ comparedto '
there are no better or braver peopleon "our band,'.' and the players deserve what-other counties have to pay for I THE CITY EtECnON

earth than those who call Kls im- our praise, for they did well, much similar material\, as many of them are .

mee their home and there Is here plenty better than anyone. expected. forced to.aul Inaterlal a great distance List of Candidates That Will! .Be \ AND T'AE3LET ,11.Y
The sale. began about JO o'clock and "
Install legitimate ,
of money to any with teams before a railroad is reached Voted for Tomorrow.
, continued until noon, when a rest was ,
I enterprise. and then many miles by.that means. y
r These are facts, all facts not dreams taken for .lunch\ beginning again This county bee reached the stage at Tomorrow ( Saturday ) the annual
still to about 2 o'clock and ending about 4 election to choose officials who will EXAMINATIONTABLETS" '
! or theories, and we seem neglect which it-is entitled to hare the !best. of
to do those Identical things that ,o'clock, during! which time thirtyfiveJots everything, and thorough system of serve the town for the ensuing year MADE ESPECIALLY FOR i,

i would mostly aid In the advancement were sold to"the following gentlemeh hard roads is one of those things.WILL will be held. Only two offices, that of OSCEOLA HIGH SCHOOL. .
t of our town and COUIl V. It surely Is : M. Katz five lots 575; W. mayor and. marshal are to be contested
not for the want of love for our town B. Maklnson, eight lots (730; J. F. for The other candidates will\ go ..

and a desire to see it advance to its Wilson, two lots (125; J. R Gilbert, DITCH AND DRAIN J fn without oDpoeitibn. The voting will ,

I f rightful place among the progressivetowns one lot 475; L. H Ingram two lots, take place at the old Council room, :

in Florida: Then I it must be 150; H. C. Stanford, three lots,'$207; The fort Gardner Tract, Comprising and the contest' promises to a. lively Kissimmee. Drug g Company

neglect on our part, pure and ,simple A. E, Donegan, three lots (256; Rufus Twenty-five Thousand one, especially in the race for marshal

a: a thing which' we should not longer Thomas one lot, (75; Horace AueS.Tbe .- for which office there are, four candl-; ....... .

permit to stand charged against/: us. Wood a 11. one lot (75; J. W. Simpson compan1' bat purchased the oJi! ["fSates: running. t wwvaM

Therefore let be upland doing! while three lots, 168. Jack Bass one Fort Gardner tract of land which The ballot will contain the following'
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the sun Is shining, for tomorrow" It lot ,(50q.; H. Drlggers two lots, comprises 25,000 acres, add which ]lies names: !'I 1I.-'

may be cloudy; and a thing that Is 128. between.lakes Cypress, Uatcheneha For M.vor-T. M. Murphy, L. A. !i WHAT IT MEANS I IS ,

worth doing at all Is worth doing well Mr. Carson stopped the sal.0 when and. Klsslmmee has,employed; County Minx Many people do not know ba' Bwnk's Capital for.or leis 41<<.r_b -'
and'at once. Installing\ a complete the ihirty-flve lots were disposed of, Surveyor J. W. Oliver to survey and For Marshal and Tax Collector- 'weeo r.baokol. little or DO capital I and one with large capital. ,

water works system In Kisslmmee. is leaving twenty-five yet to be sold, sub-divide It Into "for les," with a Walter Lorenz J. McPhatter, C. C.Turlinirtori. A BANK'S CAPITAL AND SURPLUS r

., ti-j i certainly worth doing."UNION : which he will sell private: sale. view to settlement after it has been W. W. Kinar. greater U th. and protection that. pioMou tbe depoillon the bar lioi>.from fhU Ion bank, iheVefore ha a the. Iwfer It Is 't i

The l lot that was to be glveq free to thoroughly.. ditched and drained. For Clerk":'!. R. Gilbert.\ ... ...... ., .....................saole.eoeoosoo". ,
J : . DEPOT the one whose name was written on This Irajt: is a part of what Is knownas For Treasurer Z. Roberson.For nDDlluiSu. .j............. ...... .............. '00 ,; *|
[ fctoekholden liability ..........!.... ....,' .. 5O.OOO 00A
the ticket that was drawn' from the the Kissimlmee: valley which is Members of the Council-W. J. )
total of..... .... ............... .,..,.1114.1100 00
box was awarded to Mr. Robert Don- sidered be the best soil for the oultivatioo }- Sears, J. M. I1an ell, T. $t. Rivers. tr;
.f Will Be Played by Local Talent at eeM. mtut love 1113,000.00. betor lour d.por.I&onad loss a
eR'an..hls name having been drawij. of vegetables and field' crops I to for YOU. .. '
f' . the Opera House Tonight Mrs. H. C. Stanf drawn. the. winner of that:can be found In the South, beingof Let the Good Work. Go On.. .. '!" .dSTATE BANK OF, KfSSIMMEEC. "

f" Tonight the play "Union Depot" the five dollars just as a stop muck and sand combined ,Editor Valley Gazette.

I I't';. b will be the attraction at the Opera was made fo.-Iuo-ch at noon. The opening up of this heretofore We are,jllet.b'prolld of the physical .= I KIma_IMMtit-FLOR/pn.- "

!t : House and is given under the auspices One of the side features but one. undeveloped country will have'a. tendency Improvement of Kisslmmee In the past = C. A CAR8OW JOHN If. LEE S. CARBON

\ .> and for.the benefit-Of- the Vijlage Jm-. which demonstrated that: Mr. C. A. to cause ..ot.her'wl' capital to re.r'or two, but' it Is no more 'appreciable i Prlden Vlce-Preeldenl/ & N. CaabI.. ,f

t7"-__ provement Society. Those.In the-cast, Carson la ever ready to l lend his aid acquire' land along the shores of the than the change In"the moral -.....--.....-........,...............--.......-............--..aNN\N\ /
t.- which is seventy strong are our own In a substantial way to better the con 'lakes\river, and it Is not improbable tone of tie place. Think for one moment ,
dition of Kisslmmee assist that within few'vears'th of the conditions of
or any enterprise a .middleand just two
;: home people amopgtwhom are some OtOt,Ot 0OCO_)OC/OCXX30 iO<>O<>OC>OC>OC>OC>OCX I>OO9OQOOCOPOO<
;\. of the best amateur actors and actresses social business or.otherwise, lower portions of this county will ye'al'8 ago. Saloons wide open, to fay I a A., CARSON. '
f.- lathe state, and an evening full of that. may be Inaugurated was the donation be as thickly populated as is the north- I nothing' of even worse places, and vice 7 S "-* U. A . 8. U' LUPfXR.a 8. ,

enjoyment is guaranteed to thosewho by that 'gentleman of a lot to ern part, and especially will\ this condition of all sorts actually flaunting itself *ietarr>,,

attend. The play is under the direction the band fund, which was sold to Mr. be brought about if permanent without check or hindrance. In comparison t

of that most versatile young lady C. H. Driggers for (78. The donationof transportation. is obtained from with that day, Kisslmmee is a

I', Miss Lizabeth Mae Mellck, a graduate this lot to a cause so worthy was this city to Lake Okeechobee and a new town asp a clean town. Let the KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO.

\, of one of the best schools of ora r1ff the a c yof s big, whole-souled public !good hard road Is built trout here to good work\ go on. *.* ,.
in the country and who is thoroughly spirited l. malt;_ \but such Is C. A. Car- Basslnger both of which projects 1 bid He Is Not That'Kind.Some S . ...1 j,

capable. of making successful any playshe soc--. man all through. fair to become a fact within a very
undertake to stage. Mr. Phillips, his advertising agent short time, as the water route Is one,evidently antagonistic to

,r",: The may fact that the proceeds of this Mr Jos. Fletschman.. and his engineer DOW being. Inspected by government me,. has been circulating the report. '. .r _Rough and Dressed :
that I have "sold out" and rim to withdraw
performance wilt lotd the treasury Mr. J. O. Thompson, left today for engineers to determine the feasibility '
I of the Village Improvement KP Society, Jacksonville their home, where they of putting; locks in the canals from the race for Marshal' I desire

.' # whose sole object, is to make still more will have'a sale of like: .nature In thenear and river', and our people are coo to say that the report is absolutely Pine Lumber.
false. I have sold ? .
the cover myself or "
w, beautiful our town ;nd better its con future. sldering question of bond\ ig 't
friend. That Is not -. t
the a my ,
county for the ,
I dltlon in respect should fill purpose of building (
every Mr. R. O. Meek went to Tampa on I am In the race for Marshal and "
bard roads. '
t ;, Opera House to overflowing. The price Tuesday to attend the State Sunday I Collector to, the !finish and ask my ,-j

,t+'i- of admission is low enough to enable /School Convention In session In that Miss Mary Louise Maklnson visited I friends,to pay DO attention,to report*, HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY -' : N
all to this .
week. j
city, friends Orlando this week. '. such as above. WALTER!: LORENZ. 1 II Ib ,

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This la good celery gi'ow-lhg--wenth. Vp' .
+ lU" U'", easy eto'ugh'to recogn'jze \h. 4. ... .
IhAy say with occa.loual T
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iI the StateOpposed : fool .symptoms! of poor paint i I
Throughout 8hOl'rJI.! ;;""; aflen-ithys\ .
I boon; on awhile-after Its Inherent ,. .
By County Sup rintendenta. Elk ot'( Jiavlona; propone a tlneeojuia'aud '
'IItll) / Iub house: tendency to crack and leer> and scale. "

ENDORSE COTY UNIFOHMIJf l peusuot-la-lauk; / : second .or the poitsot 1 and blister. 'ctc.t",baa devolpped Into: ... '1o-tJ, "

'Ih? I'll 11041 Stale's. In I tlio (fmporlalloii trouble. You know these palpt\ ."dls- ,,

of tinihogan'jv' ,halliJ I eases" usually Indicate adulteration' r ,
liNg lUst year 4
CompuUory Education to b. Local! Op- ,
no Joss than* .b.1)00.01)0: boaid fee>t.vvlille -1 I or substitution In the paLnt materials '
$ tOn In it* Futu.u..Appreved; I And 1$ IIoWill to .11ialllc' 1/" --I, :
Xvw Voilt.. the leader In this I you. kDOW the only remedy lli'l'e'
Educator luminous-, i l' tbe" planter 'and.farmer continue ..
By : 1tnIJ01'1 12,0ouiou bouidTeeTH painting. .
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V allow i '
; 7r 1ftU11iiThVt> to-staud in his owr light _
LaW City. iii.ria! <' convention ot the .stuli decided In fa- 'Act'Oid1tuit to a. Georgia: iisi.kullurol I painting requirements and how to Ing the country store keeper) to dictate

\or! of a cmupulsoiy ilocul option InUs ''puper faimem ,In thai slut' \I'flJ( not make suro. of the purity and quality to him ? Will .the planter! III.d. -
1 featuiUH) law, ulauw ItJacititiiuKfu 10 bt-- Jtlll.'d. Tlie of materials, would prevent oil trouble the rainier continuo Inactive rvgard
lire beater than thur" or dogs Iu de.snojliig Ing tbo creation and maintenance ', '
for Ole Investment and tho ., ,
lovidlntr .
A nieuhUJi. j i I save! big extra! expense of ,, w. *- .
inls aid mice In IIUIIIH be. '
ut the $II"'lHlI$ fioin I Ute btali'schopl lug heat I ro-pillntili'g.; Just as a proper knowtd !-' good loads because the country stt'tu Troman's! nilmentVffiB invited to write to the names and V

$ Iniul_li'_'"s"1_| _iLjJ__Lffui_ \&l\\'a)8 huiiHrloi. und able .! keeper opposes them from l'iukham'
"" '- .. ILe-f. ftr y )1B-.h.ealth.Jaw.1 .ftiifjUol. tliiXt Jdia .
folir/w pl'H.f : **
_) elgn socuiiiicswas n.fI1Tl11pud'd. to: rhfin tn tUi-.r:" juns or !JUT of It is freely"stated< alf over' the I Mdt'eMM(44" Jiera ,given, for posifNl! .-
/ I ca a. I them prpvents sickness! feuiJo1lltV
V' eloocure ?
A J'eco"'lII lIla1joll I hat IJ"dal tax A complete painting country that the greatest cueniy ot egt'tiLblCOmTXiIlflt_ V V :.'nJ ?".rlI.. .
dtt.iil/is, lio allowed to "bond S.. AiiKiniinlaiis nm nil n!.;og cnprlji guide includj I TinnIer icemnvCMIChicago. I II"Mh-.iI.'i;; :W. Polite No.1. .
school I. .. )*ng. boolt ot color nchenips. 'eclllcatlons the good road la tho country atom Ill _Mi.. Also,... B|>.rllnj, II LangLlndl i :: '. 'J I ollAf.Bil.
.jJw iuth44JoUi4d. I"IIoI'l lon_ !: l HI -._ \ '" .I. "
$ -ror 'In.llOu I HITI1rrm.. 11 n 1>1"1"11---- : j "keeper: V4lN$4rtV't VVVVVVV -- S.IWIUI..t: 111.:.
nuduiiic: *Ihlll l II/I$ / il$ in tl"'IIII'I'dVlII'r." .ii KYiiiissurn | I for all kinds of painting work, t1fl1t'tp1tclallyIshethenofly "y, Iinl-Mm; ;MnT l FrI. ; f "/. F.-D. -

'IhiKimi.iion I ilium In ihelino of 'JI"'llIclIJnr t I and an Instrument for detecting, adulteration of the good road that leads to Klnil"v, .KHIII.._Mi's. HtnllutillCfQrii HcaniRU.HooU. J..i.III Mlul.\I.I.r;
t Ihlr. .,loininltiiv$ piovldliiK lor I $ ] :
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jug lat $.i' ., iiiliniatis 1 lo I;rut:IIU 1.'.< ili-jla.v I I | : HIM. been( I III. I tin. ant count : I 1114 paint, materials, with directions the central town or clty for the ica- I'ornwallvlUei/ : ', ill i I.; feVr It be son that lie fears that aorhu of the ." i -:MCVYKVll.PUhiF-ltVtl'W.4/ VMiiv.tukees CIo-I ISIS I.UllltV11,.. l'iors I ) r. \
using /had
()t the I 1"!Im, Ida t.IItg.of U omen amitho $ : ran free WI.I.. Kmiiia lin.o, fcU. ill Mtt ,,tt, \V
StaJ.' 1'nlvoiMljTho . Uv.ala; IB also I lo be pi'in',(fed with anew by writing National Load Co. 1902 trade of the farmers or planters uiSsc bt. tlrnuia' CIIt.l.;, Ohl" -;Mh.i Uzxl &I .'.

i''niuiiiilic.t. $ivxl .books.. 'I'put. I. 01J"II$ Iiousi, The .Masonic oilier Trtnlty Uldg, Now York. and asking be" diverted from him Ho Is In favj V t, liimirA nt I.Ife.Souih. Vmlrvvillit Hunt VTetiun, l't-Mm KK. MuRRln. ; V I.' "
t theies! will I HH- ,, ot roads .n'I.1; Mrs.(: Oerila: 1014 al. FI.
| ft'-44t-i-t--o-flI'y UIHHOjiji4emii. --HouBpo-wnrr's ) good so long an they load fricJ ( .
)4 fll IllO I$ InllOVVillg I I'HOlUliOIIMHeiolvid. : 'n1nt1ngOlltnr !...$.1"1M..loHIIII"o.I I : I.ltlI.

.. Tnai i Ihla l contention -<.f* <.' i'--'Ll.lilJL' ! i lui le I'L.YJI'-L! i-No,_49. _--_ ---V--V-V _V__ 'only to it IIK! 'stole "'llt..l let them li-d: V l... 'fyrallil K.mL'k-I.' $1FSVNtis. I.IrxlQ$ 110>'ll.iivllirookHnlil 101"1 I.YI. \11010. "

.. count v superlnliMidi'iits ot, public' ) Inatiuc and half pm. posi"'s and U wliPTJe I'CuIJr I A very xlmplo guide In the to the point riere\ the product of the $ ;\1.. _Mri. Mardi J..u.I'I.: 007H. 1'peularliT. ,
purchase 111 -Mr. I'l.i.
hIh.. .
t Ilini the
VMntoi Market
\ Inlknl.
''I :lion%. tnc'inbc'i_ ot coiini$ ; biuml.s \ : i otnob.u I of- w bite 'lead ( the only sliro farm or plantation Is 10 bo marketed PatiMiim' S.I, -. MrVnl Sulnurvil, 1JAHninbiirffll IPHII... .Mt4r. I linl lVM.., ;\ I .1..1.I' I 11
I k '
:: in XI season A (joud of.ei'ali4.a I ... liiilMra'VViu., iiliurluli,, 1C F Nn I-
ofhlKli '
of public IriMiuc 1 lion, piini$ ipnln (." .. nnd ho Is lio ene'wy tInt has to lilt A viniun. i 1 .
I \ ichuolh, anoni/ :,ileil; al I>$ike I ('II$ ;'. : .... i* ul .Uil4'4* a *lpn! ,ami u iioinuihcr 1/lIHI famous.u -. l p.iHiit nuitei lal ) Is th? contended with "UulBlil>lm Va. .Mrs K. H. i.nrtou ..<:>17Ninth 11411ttn," ,. )Isllr.| .. VV 8. 1"o.S. i..1HIIII -
. : t''l'III1I1/1' III a io.'nmuniv! a J liutih Boy Pain t or trademark Ciirnul; HI rent: i <' nil' "i ;
March Ib, 17 and I loi'>. lifirliv. i "* :' { : that trademark IK an absoluteguuianti'e There is. not any doubt !but the Ko.....kuiii. \Vln.,- \1 r.. e'.iirl I lishtiie. I: ,mi: i v, MH : Mrs. I'raicl'. %h' k Ic.1 Field .
The \\ci, TOIIM uud Suit i and, '-'I o..t.
a 111 un iud ..IIIJd.Urilz.' I Jit' oppoBlllon( '
1'I ) : of juallt counts stoic. keopeiis a In it .Mnt.riillv Tr..ul l<'". e.$In,ksi ilit. 'M Annie WalluililMtulle '"
purity and power
of the ,'dll( \JJI'K\ ot KUnidu I lo what$ \1!ililie$ I/'Iulld" complain' fir n lack ofmm < > \Vorci..l..r, ;\".*.. Mrs. l>0')lva CotS I 117InJu'iHtJ1l V Mliln-Mri.\ Mli: II Fill.

is known its ..I'n\$(.. .mlllol'IUII }' of $ti-xt I' I 'I Die'11' hint I In.en. quite u Mil way. He I IB the central iiolnt for his : :..I Strett! 1>4VI..". i (lil.. .Mm. Ida llAl Mlrh..I.' iloi 23. NAllntlHl
'J 1 hi. real buoulur lajka and' lo'CJI'kR.till flection where : liii| $Ir,. A. P, Anilunon, IiO7It. .
.books I Hi l'l'V nl l.u, )ulI\'Illl', ) '. and the I KUJ': news Is iccelveil, nndllssemlnntcd MllltHI I .llOllltlJulianm
I il works and talks, and ske'IIKl'ith' !, ('rut 8Cri. laMi liar. L I,.Uninii -
"Resol Veil. ' I this ('onH'nlloll "endorse Count Is not
' uulfoinilt/ \ >' uf I textbooks I' I t h..11 uu1I1; 18 IKK ,M.IK" Will"'. one evu ope-n) sections have mote weight than Atwie.r AlHtloit.: i:, Itrn .Viit'in: MuHlituplCm I . I'MIII, Mtniilo Hall
iliitugn In. tin' nulli ol iniiit.ill, hit r'. ----- -- those of other i Individual there. l .itiliml.illilo, I : :. Mr,,. E:.11 Mi.M.>oki.Jll5Vilbwt I I>,.ti,.nl.Micli/ ,_;\1. LouIs'..tungtt2Cli.-.ln.'
Itch any Avnnui*.
Piired in :Tn "
mmiiton WoolfoH'sr
hv Sl'
That of I these) I I"i'S, ,ii1(0 ;.H il 01,110"1" all,' .tt i n\; ilnnM l Len M l Its 131.U"u.tJI..S.tln
Resolved. a cop; :. r Sanitary Lotion )Never; ails. At aliout. lie knows how to -ombnt M 1.> ".ln. olil" Mr* inffim .
druggmtsThe > '0".1,1 I I-Mr.., syl 11. Jerauld" B01 N
olullons be si'tit. lo UK M,>\ .i'nor i and. ,.,' di\, /iMinlv$ uoiild/ 1/.11I1 l I.. wot, V 4. I'll,l," "I 1.-nIt. $tt'l,
any piojcd t that ho docs not think Honnian, IO8L
members of u the slate' l boaid' ol l ediii. .$a. Ijiil unit la-on,' 111.11$ $n' i' 'I''I i nlin; i Nwoid I that \\ all bunb;; >' a JIirwt''cii/ Vlnlil. N Mtr.-tt Y-\n.IL.t. eUiliiKi. .. Main'Mrn, H, A WIIII."u.1 I P,

$ of Ihu. l,' 'llatuiL I I" vlilih 11):111I11011) Is u -i hid vote's halt oulil for his advantage nnd tile {idea Is fast I nnbaljn.Avitlil I I' Nil, H. Has ..
tlon nnd I lo tnc h immlxi I ( never outdo the low t that Tim i;mi low, III h Mr Potcr Jin;: .
e.iinlng Irolndllut. Is I'll i$ | liU. I'" _VI''r.. < ban VIM .
he I lo .
a I.2W7
111I'/1"l'lh/ I ( : .swings by 1 cvilash. OprrnllnimMi I"' i-4t.t_

I[ luiiiihilin, Hn. lawot( : the full decree r |'oiialblo tar (Ito Imtkwiirdncss m|1"1..01.( ;Ml ...V1r.. .1..R I II.I I>| it,IT .ll'"l'iiTK,>t,. -\I.\'o'la\llk..II"U I.

: DtVELUPMlNTS Uf H.UHIDA.I.. ,'.1 l hlute'N ululv.! to 'spoiigi' ; fishing I For COM an.t liRIP. of the (country ijcojilo' In irn.poving AlrUn. ll IS Iiatis \'. llniir, IV nlB S., 1In ..'..\V".k'.e..
+ : .li .at'll., I In'I I -Ueuild V. IMpi.r. a >I..nhJmlwllI. ,
'I. \ylltnVlttl.. Ll- Mii Illa Jjouoi An. lbS
Mirk's dPL'Dlvi In tli> txt rem..lyrfIi.e ; :
: I :
th} vessils. Kaihiiiui Crt'l'le' S. Alln public\ l'roll'f't' l.lll.nn, Slrni-t .
Intareit Review, af the Past Thirty \lmli Iliiiiuaid i Aljb lodkc th. ai'hlntr end fqtprlittew.eurpethi. The only country titecointry' (I.. Ky _Vlr I .. %,>,m I.ri-..\W .K.inrtli stHoillh -\v .1.,1.n.. Milm.-Mt. liaKlohnflon S
} / old' anil rtuiortji jiurniai LundlUuiiit,. It'. projiorty) .
.. ,
Years IJa i I \\.. llni'l".ri.otn AIr UltluilIt. j
/ t _
VTTst "niid$ Slill.i or| I tin. ]POll oi 1 lur )$Io1ul"Imnwdl""I." .. lUc. Jic. and ju'ople! have"Hie the roads $lililu"$ Ml V I",'oMI 1.t,gut HHI..,.. 1, 'rOiot..t.o$,lnH'll, A 5Iit *114 VUUIIK, a- .1
k"l1'o'IIJo, Jo'la li' ii InKMirllimto '$ $ ( Mflltlll' -
<; spi'IIIK-I. (111 vvcic each) liiu-d 1oOc.. aL dr"or.Ore." MkhIn.. I'l. i.ila, M4Vl ,
pun ] unit dnliiF and It w. inld, appear that I>t-tr.It. -;\1".1 l t
tmc* in niliul 1 I ilu b ik'n lojnin' $ 01' ---- - ..'ldrum Avuniln' (tfmitmOrrmnlo 1.,11.tch n..I./"n. RF I
Jinn Itl.i> iosis in I the 10(10181, couils ] '. \1. Il 41'| Elm.:
: FlOllllll III till. lUSI I IllilU' stars 01 lilJ.j I at .Ia"hnulI"llh' b- Having, Trouble With His Calluses It would not IJP a cllfllcult matter for ,Iiu'. J'.-. 'I r.1 I I' h. I I- I I' '.
JndscJames \\ l>ln lnrpmrntB.M
I who tnoH> lo be placed In | 1 lh'-t i I- .ill' ., I'* :Ml.V I'. U..I. J109H
At HIM n was i In ii-suii I of I 1..1'1". I'. It Is a rare man can put ora pioper shape '>rl''n r IIIMr.., 'I Irs H.II .. .
l h their I Igaidcll I anti In 1.1."or.I..I.\I I ,< I VII.W."wl.H( I P l Ii \., 4 .i 'iitU VTIIIMH.
ojikMi li.ri order. hut the
Dieted \ phvsl I of nil 1 1'1tb"m kept applications -
1I.llI'nJl..r" / .
now pair /; uMr. I It 112I
1 'I 1 In 1.111.1, .\ gn"lIlh( of rim) Ida In 111;. ::11..11..1.I >w.. II,.. lIars \. .aim iii...nn. ., ."I..h..I. I A.IIIh.m. .,.
< right! a '1.1". U No 1
allli IJUI..ume! 41drb., nujioi' ) $ |i', hljowj |hy ito ; . ... 1 'i I'n-Mi t V.iiju.tii-. I v VVSIi, H.KU2.I
axat HOIJIpHI" I ins! bodies(\ for I ImprO\'I'lI1l"flt"( m-ldoin. 1\.I."wn( kt. Vlr I J lIun" 'a1l1l' lOin Ih.. 111\'. IOllght, I.wd IKI I I lat, \' iii',OilS, tin. Iota! .uli'ampiiil I son -Globe 1/nulNlilt' .. 'ii.ll\ .. _Mil, IKinry Inullor.. Mli .t.- VN Va Mm, Kniina: %thiIlttSliiVNei'tt.i
"i i mil; ;itiun in 1 15 (S was x $j.ot.-'; '. - -- -- -- or never concern the roads! lending to i IIr..1 I M,....1.I 1rAi rat Inn V
and H" 11111 (0"1LI$4$ g..u, .' 1111,1$ $"1"111, $ iinil 't'"h:: $ IH.I\.III.\ :! n WIIM 1 I.J 1.7.i'min I I V Jt"afnl" (nnnot lie (;"n"l1h'ln."lul'l'h'uelnnM I the rcntiis, of population luctusn: "Ill'I,, ,"..1.. Minn Mrn V .JVV hit U 'M, 'MOJO: "1', _'.I. Mi,. 5lk, .'gill
much "f'lh..11$ I 11111"" II hIlt' \\'lIllil"$ $ (11,1tt.l' US"V"V! .IIr-l NHI fill.1.I u. :.1 I .Mri,, Flits', U .l 1 tlr"l 'UI'':: III h11l1l11l$ aini. Ibhlll:. U'OT: 's, '1i hi. vuluc* of lui in piod, (UI''un".t ri'tich' .t tliediHoaiwxi tin I *' stoic.. keipcr la opposedthpl'"l" ,it''"u.. k. \I. _,I ilu 114,1. .,. U I I'. l II> N.t I. I I S,|"| .tI . V
JDrtl Tb..rI""I
oftlu'c-ikr .
l I., in 1,1, I m nn l I'.. tMult '>, .li_ OV.0t'l: VI 1 II"iff,nan'
u : ( I\'a $! ; ( :{ t i
$3i.i |
i JaJsll1.t \ ';" .""" 1,: ugh f"l 1h"I"" : way to urn di'nfni-K, nml I that m by IOIIMII ; ", N .1 I Mrt. (Jco .1 ,,.Iv.l. U.tita. %., 3, I I''I., .Vir, |:$: : I;.,. 'I.r. \I hn .1,,|.,,,,.,. "10
Ii'; 0\\11 tutu II i,", '''hi! l uioi ii.. ot 1111'111 atu ::11.' :. III .1 ::1..'.: ami $4ii.i71, : ,:ijo. in J 1'iiixU :" I tutioniil rNu,',""'" 1),.arnc'SM IMI, ',,",,,.il II 1,j an Such bdni the case, It would< sfi-ra ,II.,, ill - -4l't.I, I Si tS", l .

t:, wiutcd Iha) $ pill.! h 0" :.1..1. 1.1If:.. oh, nil. $Hi,.. Iiu ,i', .u. ,. in nmn i,.i of.HI IntlHiniHi i-uiiditi.>ti of tin THUI.oim I lining,, oft isonabli: that the' men/'hunts of tho i h..l"r Ark \lr.. Fill ti'tl - Mm.i\ ,.','i. I I.MIII ..' Mar; W..I V 1, 1 I 1).
I s ut.1.-i i .l ijiuatloi, \\iis' Hit I.1. ]I.- hn Eu' tarhian Tulm, WLf ii tlnstnl I i-IHIIIflmnoil i li',1] ( ,* _Mi I l' \ ',,,10"I, N. VI ,
er than, I'h.. IU/I'rl: $>'1< I k 'nidditot .1 central. toW' or cIt' vhnuld take! up) 1',1,I t.'t.t., In.I -\InI. .. M'.p"lt' ll H-rt 41CinilKl I- .. 1' 1<\* MTA,U V.'" ..q t.l$I"'I... -
,, 1 I. C 01,"jo', t ilnnl t Hi,. '''Ial \.ilu" otI you have a rnniblibound I i rinifiTfin .. .. ,.. i hu I lit. .. I. 1 I
I", lIIud.I I I" $till$ $" 1'1"11 I I I 1111)111 '"I' itlit the matter oLJio roads lollIng' Into ,, l o sih -VIrt ::0.111"I i : if 1 1in I. i nuiu'ii \ -\ i .y. VI.

:. Incl'l'a".J 1111111( $th l ,. ".th.I$ $ < h 10 111111111"cultUI' I 1'1' I | .t 11 dm I ,Is, II lid. mi M',1' i'd nmnil ,. MnfiiiitiHin t hearing titit and result. win und n unless mitircly the intlammation rliiM-d- their clU' and prt"," "< for tlxlr linprovisment i'ii'-o', \\1\1111"11 : 'iil\? a "t'\' \ "f tIii u-ti.i-\ ) flf> liviiix \\ illl''..Ms of
I I "i in t I" i'cl I I.'in hall i I I lini I In
:: ( I
'' of tlt' 1"1". "I 1':11: I ., .H'''', ,. } LIllerI "s It'll can bi taken nut and this tube ri*- If the colt of r)' braille will| not. the ]I"\\II'\" nf l.\ ili.i I fc.! 1'llIkl..IIII'). \'i."i .I .ilili-} !" I I 'oniNiuinl] t lit, (me fi"'oliii
r tttat tl f,1\' ('a1'-<, )1]$ n 1 10\\( 4Ia'w'lieit \uais n 01 cb. ijiipi ivi'mi Stirs to I itn normal coirdition. luaniiR ' .
I.j\.d ill
'. ollllH".flf> tin ".' \\ "lIo'rI i1'l'l'i >1.'I.otl
IUIII11111" : rt In the matter then the city tuerthant. < ( ist-s any
iiui'lm -
of t lid .
!'ltl 1(13 l h,', :alii' I I h., h-III1I1: Idll' $ piiilinis ( ( .rev"r Niiimuiuwmit of It'nreuiuHodbyijitarTh
of hI'lolltl. until I I I loiln I In ,i-it vi'i \ 11I1I$<'h Kiialir' than the I inmunition .. which mnotLinnhutun If he desires' the trade from( foi\'in -foi" tin1 u..i1 if (tin..n' lIallll' in tinail!\' ' I-o'llit-III" I i'tl: arc vv'ill- ..

_ _ _ _-. - I ) .. inflampil t'n4iiu..u .f the that vve.-shojiM! \ I'l't"I'' ti. l I..'i..nisiyf" Un- :0(11.Ilwy! Jl1. y
I' tliitlt linn i xi.ei."iis In valin. 1 thai Into the HI all'. In ,tin- Intui < "U""l inirfaoeaWe the oountrv. should see that the rod's: inK : < ,! "
tr Hltl' J.j led illiiis iiilluii.. Aliou: | in $tit, ullll'I siihsi' '(]in'nt ,01(11| t ti v 111rul 1''InflJ'atncs.will give One Hundred Dollar for nur ]leading Into the centre are kept In (ln" oilier t.itit'ril1i. VVIIIIK"'n I to i pnixt'$ 1 tint viln K l nkhal1\'"

this VJini1 the l'o""II'UllluIJ( ( $ 01 I tin l I'lur. ,. 'o i-how a gt (.''tt incicuae KJUlhcilhy'iK:itarih,- ((anti anSend I I 1st,'nunothPcuriMlbyHuH for- the eiy best order. s\'i.p'tttle" ) Compnujul is a i'1)ilile)]; iiml Ji< 'm li--i iiu,'ilii nif, ami th.ll I ho -..

Ida Is-lNj Couut t HI1II1IIa" ojii, nlni, ; I Ih,. 1.,01..1, w' itci' fi\\l at MiwIIUMU cir<-ul..r..froe, P,J t'UTN ICY & Co..Tole o.U. st.iti.. .intMits in uli' Ill mil ailvi'iiiscnicnts I K- aiding its incut arc Llio

.. sort ofNjic-vct Pniuili-u I" I Ihi, \%'OI' hi I I Inli'I and othei national I bud Sold bv DrucKisU, TV. truth and nothing but tin- tiuthTil" .

at.11d PlantNjas' do. ::1 in-: tins..ine! for 1110...? VI-H ol Hoiid.i aie hJ'I""j,,sn.n. Take l1al1's Fatally Pills. for ,, ..tIJlulion.Till :National Kernel Hiiililmg. ---- .

"Ilee wt'RI'u, I t. Th"11 .inn' t iln b Span "till liiioinlim so lame I i hi.> IveJllllll The scictai ot the National; ; Good Camel Steaks $1.25 a Pcund.

I : 1sh-Aznerjau Nu.u' and the "",'olld'$ l>l<'Use; | to VlsUolH, 'l'h.-."\ lido|, !; \\ATl-llDOG Roads, Association In a letter to aNew 1 lat1: 11)1,1 "Pllr"-c' In Parle'. %l This Trade-mark

tarl of I tbo PyKainu canal which anoili, ,,'i' ol I the Innuiin able all I I I".'. The statesman wears a. look mast York presents In general' Diminales All
paper ) : at 1 ithat 1 I. < lalinnl, to lo
r li'ipt(
drew thn i tit; t tent I I loirvcil iiillioadtothe I loon $llons of Kloi'dd'! lo Hie I Iu.te $hll'llIII Wise; outline for -
plan building good roadhr a
\nhn of'lh I "rhlu then unlive liH'iltat a ilillracv\ 1$ < amol mont Hh'lit'
puuitouiItitretchIng HusiiiiK und 1
: "We must. ho cries "c'oonomlze1"He UncertintyIn
Houihwuid i Thid 1 ol t Ito. HIIH let'' t 1-t's. is a IHOIC pleasant ninlitHutu 1 Federal Government by the anrols. Vnown to the buttlnrs nd

..coast This I led lo rallrNjil bin Id I UK. I I .. licn. I IIJ.-), IU'"- confliifd. In u levying of a special road tax Ills "ni('harlfl." wpr rnri'nT't. r'r.'tv. ,I u' .1 S. the purcha&r

rapid growth of cities, .1 gv'iill; Increased oujo i<'ltl gulden |tllj,$ tv| p" n,'allau placidly admls! a few idea i Is summarized as followed : n number of themvor: > sj: : I foreating rnut materials.

- 'commerce and maliVs maim .1'illiHii I Island and un "lerlaln other Appropriations should go throughFor ; First-That If we are to have good it i an absolute

;.facturea, All this time thc lHjuhls islands! of the III, si tlll'lI IluIII'd IOH sums that Benin amazing great roac's within a generation' the Federal The nikril for the meat ranz guarantee uf purity -

.. of a winter visit to Kloilila WCMC' ..". ervutlon, situated between :New: Snu'rna To benefit his own dar State Government must assist In building prices ;, V and quality ,
from 3"i:; <-nti for inferior
ed a pound
.coming Increasingly known and I und! Hawks Park. art now bleed! But when his millions be has gainedHe them o r For your own

wealthy of other states were Imyln 4ng nnd faptalir 1'ncettl has Bent out wear?( a look exceeding pained St'c'ind-Tbnt'V the goxernrnWit con.trlbnllcSn . pieces( to Jl:25::; a pound lot the umjtJput ') "- protection, lee

and building winter homes heic The I I It 1 que'Ht that Ull pe-Isons' lefiiilnficihi That some bard working clerk should be rated the and, the hump The meat 1 Ie ,aid\ tat it is'on the

merits as a race course of the Atlantic I' vlslUng thobo spots for the present. : seek pro among to bp as tough a3 si'&tly' boo, but of every keg V

,- beaches particularly that nOarDaytonaI.were I' States as the work' Is done on the the Parisian searches ,for sensations 'of white lead you
A raise of five_or_ tenDejLweelc! basis of one-half the ,
: discovered and Florida .; Pen8a I lh will be bl"to're' gross uponthe In buy.
)'e I legislutuiB In the food as well as every.

began 'a new' career as the nation's wltl amendments t<5 Us charter -, Or that some town outside 'the V i full road mileage ot the State thing; elpe.! -PopularMwhan4c3.: ItTIMU If W COUPANY '', ,, lilWlni.. T rtUSECRAFT'eSOISTEMPERandCOUEH
winter playground. Thus one' picture:t : 1 fence i I. and onfi'half upon the bails of population , .

merges Into another without losing I _, .That 'bounds_his sway. should juaka .Thespian works out fairly to'

F list own features. except.for. the break CongrcssmaiN valuablernSen" imrknian< the Is a'particularly pretense '' V all the"States ;This plan would maltw FOR ; OUT DOOR WORK : CURE

made by the Dig Freeze. Florida is o newspaper With A ,*/. and Sure pt>**
ambition rash. available
an strangely out of $400,000,000)
frateinllj, as he Interview freely and IN THE-WETTEST .oth.ud .
SHARKS. glvis\ much Infoi mutlnn which dues To anythIng that looks IIk '"'t\Jsh.! proximately $25,000,000 for New Ify NOTHING EQUALSVATERPRCX3r: all fortoi* .'. -
Irftuenia, Pinkey.
I not appc-ai' in tilt: dispalilies-all of York $20,000,000 for Pennsylvania V// ,, ...coWEIs7 Cough. and Cold La

j Pensacola Plans Crusade Against the vvhlih adds to hlij pOiularlt| His[ No wonder that he- seems so wise $22,000,000 for Illinois, $18.000,000 Ho.. Sbf-ep and Doc*.

I _d li.lion I l h;' as a member of Whene'er he cries "Economize1"! for 1-(11141 Kk and 11 Ot .t Druiflitt
-a' Money Lender coijfjress/ OhlQ $13,000,000 for Michigan, / i or pr.p.ld, Writ( *for fr
the c ommlsnlon \Is I Iol'nll
Pensacola. FJIt.-A movement to a rei Washington Star. etc. buokie"Dr.Cr.flsA4cstwLLI.5

t drive from Floilda what are common j '; ion of Kloildax 1 inicrcst In thuimposed Third-That the actual construction ., :::T.J 11S118 MEDICIHE CO, LATE-IXD
( Improvements and of Mr. Wasted Mistletoe F
ly called the "IouI'"hltl'ks" has commenced of the roads should be done ::g \

in I this cll>'xsand' If the plans I Siinikmaiis ability 'to give valuable Another illusion dispelled. Mistle- under State supervision upon specifications 1_, L'. "' OILED CLOVER

of those who are oppoftvcl to loan men I aid to the project tee, It seems. Is not a Christmas approved by the United = GARMENTS

from I AUI lilng the chairman and the box and tho EEJ
collecting 100 lo 2i'WJic'r I cent on sec decoration, "Holly S V
States Government engineers THEY lOOIv.ww.-WEAR WElL Akwlutvly PSiS. N. Ws.dsF.
their money materialize ijie leglsla j ictary of the BlrciJs loads and brldKOH ] bay," should deck forth our houses the AND Will NOT LfAKLONCCOAlSt32l.t3B .. Oo*. Hoard or Wtanoniilti.
Fourth That
Initiative shouldbe
*tur which is to eOliYtIe >llhli! a committee to address a communication . churches at Yuletide, but mistletoe S, rn to BlM r'* lath 0.0(0,7 AltaiI
Short time will\ pass a "bill prohibiting I to each of the county cominlsfeloners 'i and left with the respective townships, t*.l wtthlnlM' I w,*.' after..*'dlng) $xwt.m) worth
should not make its' appearance of hr, (ba of o ,rHXOO I IMr
c such a business lion John P. Sinju-s": In the slate urging the Im I't road districts or parishes these to V- SUITS .322 .."al0.m. 111g..M-i "n.t.. f re.: or. end 1 0c.

one of the members from this county poi tance of the passage!>; by the leglslalnre \ I till the ''New Year may hel? tp furnish at least one-third of the V -.. .JOiD fvfmo.wRg'a. I In. tainp fur tunplf. Altar._Ull

\,to the legislature has taken up t he-1 of the good roads bill ,prepajedh restore the practice of making the total cost, with the State clothed .. .4JA5Of fer aSiu17 tl wi,l *; 910 of OaU afar, =., : i I

( matter actively In I this city and announces ( Die convention held In Jackxonvilk hanging of the mistletoe separate New with tp veto ..k.J. .TOWKR CO. BOSTON&... a.15,5 Or. I..,. and w..3a.: I
power any 'IbWZWCANADIAN CO.; UMITtO -TOBOMTO.CAN. 1 pie term M>.d norwlt jr neTtrr..en I 1\
It his Intention of carrying it > lam April, the Jacksonvlll Hoard Year's ceremony to state that Its e'flcac.y bror TO
I of insufficient importance. This | CO. EOT Ct. U Crow. Wl.. |
before the legislature and Introducing of TJa'Io) adopted resolutions that i : Is entirely lost If it 1 I. hunt would probably be seldom if U A

.'. ., a bill which will drive this class of fairly give; new Impetus to the fight | and used for the encouragement of power
used It be assumed if the
1 ,justness from the state In Pensncola : for a system of good roads for Florida osculation before the first day of {'Y'a ever may i WAINTtJO.

there are about a dozen loan offices. Embodied in the resolutions Is road was not a main highway and

., and It Is charged that In some Instances I an urgent request that tJie senators I Pictorial needed the people of a township SHAFTING PULLEYS BELTS On. Million ach all (radca, 413Crpr

4; on a loan of $10 and $100 and reuresentailves In the legislature would not vote to build It when they :. and Pin. ShlnI.. Lath. Kill

baa been collected In Interest and present tho good roads bill at as ear- LESS MEAT had to raise at least one-third of the LOMBARD IRON WORKS. AUGUSTA. CA.TSOYOtTWANf Dried Boarda and Framinf. juotl

f At the end the furniture and personal ly a dale as practicable and also contains Advice of F'amlly Iliyslcian.; money' required to do so. anythlnJ you hav.

? effects have been seized for failure to a suggestion for au amendment I Fifth-That. If this country Is to pInn..gil' r.iStrd EIGMnrFEATUER-i fire,: Our : "ndl'OtNTtIJwo yonrnh.'I. E E LOWE CO.,

i pay the original amount, as Inter out lo the hill which wllr result In encouraging Formerly people thought meat necessary fulfill Its high destiny and meet the I I-) :t.r.&, ; O, Atlanta g
4..10.. no. ... EI.A0431t. N. U;, ,
had eaten up all of the mone 's paid for muscular C
) the counties to build'good strength and
requirements placed upon by its :
jt- .Into the loan company offices :Mr roads speedily and without fear ot'' vigor. I AN_: JoltROH.: I
wealthy position and Its opportunity
Ji Stokes declares that the business not being reimbursed for the monies The man who worked bard was "Johnnie, how Is It you Joined Sunday
'conducted In Penaacola Is good roads aro a paramount necessity -
a disgrace. expended for such purpo es. i supposed to require meat two or ; school and then stopped coming
and that ignorant. wbrjclng men andr and to get them speedily requires i ,
/ Olio of the questions whjih have |I three times a day. Science has found so abruptly \
4 their families are sufferers lo nn ox both Federal and State aid to
kept Mlamlans anxious has been de out differently. "I fought 'twas nearder Christmas
tent that it has become public
I no hearten the people to undertake thin'
drive clded. The government authorities : It Is now a common thing for the when I joined' -Houston Post.
cesslty to the business out oft V
,, have . great work. Good roads will do more j.
t decided upon a site for the proposed Mad
the city. family physician to order less meat. - - -- -
for the social and Q
education. economic
$. new fe-deral building accepting. i as in the fallowing letter from a N. I\.MK IN TIlE IIloU:tISa. 1
au offer of three! adjacent lots at i development of the whole country STEEL I
$15000 The row site Is a short dlsuuicc than any other single agency. 5//
"I had with Feels All If Your nark Would
suffered for years dyspepsia Surely
removed the business
; 8tat Health Commissioner Porter from section I
of the city\ The latter will and nervousness-"My physician Itrrak.
{ Plans Extermination of Insect. grow .
Tarred Roads and the TM'. .. V .
advised .me to eat less meat and'I
v: Tallahassee. Fla.-A war of exter up to In a few years. LeRoy S. Currier, 46 Purchase St., IETALLIC
foods I tried A good deal of attention has been
several -
P I I greasy generally
I ..
,; initiation against the house ay is be No doubt the Caloosahatchce is a Newburyport, Mass says : "For years I
things to takethe'lace of my directed of late to tarring roads to
; o Ing carefully planned In Florida by most beautiful and nowadays a most I kidneys me
n Dr. Porter the state health commissioner useful river, and It' should be Improved I usual breakfast chops fried pota- lay the dust and keep 1C laid. Some- -V'- trouble my I had gave dull HEELS AND COUNTERS.

i who I It seems Is lo have the especially when so many streams I 1 toes, etc., but got no relief until I thing "must be found to accomplish pains In the small of I

$ ; : benefit of the* advice and aSIlIl.tanl'1 of far lisa Importance lire, but those I 1 tried Grape-Nuts food. this purpose or the automobiles will .. the back and felt Nfatto of Stool

E xi' of Edward Hatch Jr of '; . who are impatient because something .,| "After using Grape-Nuts for the wear out the highways faster than '

who has bad .. >experience U not done quickly In that directionby cereal part of my meals for two the State cats build them In some I lame every morning For Miners, Quarrymen, Farmers &

,_, i In dealing with the pest The common the government should reflect that years I am now a wellnjaji i Grape- places tar hasb.eanuaadiery: satlsfactorlly when getting out ot- All Men Who Do Rough Work V

c t house fly Is no longer; regarded tho commerce of the river is still so Nuts benefited my.: health far more and has given good'lowistta.. V bed The kidney secretions -

:. as a harmless Insect but on the con.trary1 young that the fact that such commerce than the $5OO'vorthof medicine 1i'bad Elsewhere probably in part due to V 5, passed too Pay for themselvesthree times over.

: . '/0< the leading medical men of, the exlstn is not jet u mutter of.. taken before improper methods It has not worked frequently compelling You can buy shoes titled with them
: ..
country are bent on its extermination general knowledge' ? me to cet upS from j-our shoe dealer, or cob-
children health- any
"My wife and are so acceptablY. Not long since reports '
t'- I Tho I'ensacola Journal has started let than they' had been for and often at .night Alter bier can put them on. They will ;
II years sent out from Paris said that the use
DERELICT(; ASHORE : several remedies thatI outlast the shoe They
t a discussion on the question whetheran l we are a very happy family, largely of tar on the roads was killing trio arc lighter I II
tried had failed I used a boy ofDoans leather Write
I IhaJ booklet
Schooner Cleopatra Found at St. -Inhabitant that city should bo due to Grape-Nuts :trees and bushes at the side It was I I
Kidney Pills They did their that tells all them.
:' Georges Island.. called 4':" Peiihocolan or Peusavollan. "We have been so much benefitedby .asserted that several fine trees cm the' abut ;SI
I work well I now have backache
k Pensacola.. Fla. After drifting I and invites discussion Grape-Nuts that It would be" ungrateful famous Bois de Boulogne owed their and can sleep splendidly no ;I UNITED SHOE MACIIINERYCO.V '

-'? (about the gulf simcaJatiuary23; when I I.her. Farmeis about" Anthony, In the not to acknowledge It death to this cause and that it was Sold by all dealers, 50 cents a. box. BOSTON, MASS.

$ captain and every member of her : great cantaloupe( districts of Marion I Name given by Postum Co., Battle very difficult to maintain the lawns Foster-Mllburn Co nufriilo Y. ,

., .r crew weN drowned the derelict I county differ from other agricultur Creek Mich. Read "The Road to and flowers near the tar-covered thoroughfares ,j.J. --_-'F _ -

'chooner Cleopatra has landed at St. ists in one'' I parllctilai. They want the I Wellvllle." In pkgs. "There's a Reason This Is an important mat- NOT ;tI1 EDOD. i
'4 'George' Island acuordlng to information foxes let alone Ht'. nard may harry ten If the fears expressed are well She; "Cpme. lear kiss my cheek

'4'_ brought hero by sea captains, their honcoopa If tie will so long as Jove"r: road the above! letter A new t.ounded.Utica Press. and make it up." I

'who sighted the 'dismantled vessel he keeps down the great pest' the' one time to time. Theyaro lie: "111 kiss\ It, but I don't thinkit .5 !
appears from
The iodles of the captain and crew labblt. Jlier Fox is welcome
run genuine true and full of human The Bible Is wants any more making up. -An* ,
I, wore washed ashore on Hurricane on their farms so long as he keeps printed In 600 l Ian. ; ,

Island recently.. j Brer Rabbit from multiplying "wera .
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r Bathing roe ,Healthand iLLpc: 1 SJfF"ETYRAZOR

r Comfort. I _> p :

w 'One of the Important Dutiesof' Physicians and -

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j.. ,-r M t I If l l/m++....-4....41.NNNN: .. ,,s :the Well-Infornted of the World ., .

( Tkaj( bathing!} may bo overdone and .

l\ assume ,the character of-a vice #. a is to learn as to the. relative "standing. and reliability''' of thV-Jeaclinf( nufactur.ers sSave Shaving Money

statement 1tlch' may surprise the bf medicinal! agents, as the 'most eminent physicians are the host careful as 'to .r

reader, but It U strictly' and literally the uniform duality and perfect jjurity of remedies 'prescribed by them, and it is well I s -,Here's revolution in' 8atety
)Rasorsvtti' marvelous %
I true. Much misleading advice has knowh 'to physicians; and the Well-Informed ..gen jrally.that:the California ..FJgfSyrup ,; '. . .: to

been given CD this subject and thousandu Co., by'reason of its correct methods'and perfect equipment and the ethical character of i'r 2 'rShrp;.Shavr"25c Safety Razor| '

have suffered listing Injury !its product,has attained to the ''high' standing' scientific .and. commercial circles whichis ,

from following It. Cleanliness cannot accorded to e successful and reliable houses only, and; therefore that the .name of the 4,4,1. LLk6 II which.rives: you Better BLADE. VALUE than"
be carried to but the abuse ol '
t' excess, razors
coaling: 10 The practical fl
Company has become 'of the excellence of its '
the bathtub! l fa easily possible andffceti guarantee 'remedy. value .Is. la. the_BLADE.-.U the best.because.]
p l \\ hliused. Ills nfi
tharacter. That bfdlflng maybe process and scientifically ground and honed
f down to the keenest
possible edge. You
p an enfeebling self-Indulgence was appeal t to XVcll-Informcd{ in J every=walk oT life \\1.Ed are essential toJ permanent! suc"cess""aaa""c7cditable 5EXTRA. ' pay 25 cents for the best practical TU'sor ever In*
:" -. Bli'lljin ly HlmrratTdrlTjrlugrthcTii; '- stanUinp, hereTdfe- we wish to calf tfie"attention of all who wouTaenjoy trod cetf,; and-you save nineteen-twentiethof the iI
J: lod of the nonHIII decadence. Tho [good health wit'i its blessings, to the fact that it involves the question of right I ers.fancy The prices"SHRP asked 8HAVJl(or fancy- RAZOR frames U and so hold set k
{, nieu who led tho Homatr In 1
world legions living with all the term implies. With proper knowledge of what is best each hour .1 BLADES 5 5S5 In the) frame* as to be correctly "angled to tt,
conquest were not the elided
suit' any face. We sell the whole
you Kasorat (
of recreation of enjoyment of .contemplation and of effort be made to contributeto "
may I ..
youths who wasted their strength and ; so to create a market for' our blade 1
capped their virility in- the baths. of I that ond.and the use of medicines dispensed' With generally to great advantage, butas $ ill i ; Extra: -8HRP SHAVR" Blndes. & for Site. And t

DIOrletilll.j in many instances n simple wholesome remedy may-be-invaluable-el-taker'-a4--the- satin Anlsh-auver-plated stoppers at lOc. .m-

j Primarily, sn\\.* g tho body Is not 'proper time, the California Fig Syrup Co. feels that it is alike important to present 'Wej send the .B vor complete, extra,

rEH"iillnl I us'high a degree of clean- truthfully the subject and to supply the one perfect laxative remedy which has won Blades or the Stropper, prepaid.

oJ llnet's us health and: comfort demand. the sppoval physicians and the world-wide' accepta'nce of the Well-Informedbecause by mall on receipt of price

, t Millions of self-respectinc pcoj'ilo of the excellence of the combination known to all, and the. original method: manufacture I. In stamps or c....

,r have no oppovtnnltylo_ do this 'and which .is known to the California Fig Syrup Co. only, BOOK 17BLISRINGifoUSL!
BOIUI who lay do It prefer other
mellln,11I This Valuable remedy has been long and favorably known under the name ofSyrup -- I 134 IXONABD STRJXi, 9N.
) washing. If the bathtub! HRPHAVB
of -and has attained the excellent of .. T. CITY. t
Is tiso-1 nt nil it-should lo temperately Fifrs acceptance as most !

!! mill diaereetiy'and! no more frequently family laxatives, and as its pure laxative principles, obtained from Serjna, are well THE *.AL Iel R Is.a K

i; than experience shows to be known to physicians and Well-Iniormed 'of the world to be the best of natural N trios, .atie.

r consistent with the maxlmtiiy of physical l laxatives, we have adopted the more elaborate, lame of-Syrup of Figs and Elixir, of ;

t vljror.For most people twice a Senna-as more fully' descriptive{ of the remedy but doubtless it will always be I.

week Is .uflcn enough for Immersion called for by the shorter name of Syrup of Figs-and to get its beneficial effects always -'- --- "

,t r tjathliu';., nnd ror some even thIs is note, when purchasing, the full name of the Company. California Fig Syrup Co.- -1' I'

ton< frequent. plainly printed on the front of every package: :: whether you simply call for- Syrup of j' '

should The be temncrnturi"I that I which I gives of the least bath discomfort Figs-or I by the full name-Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna-as-Syrup of Figs and .g.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...

to tin blither. As n rule, Elixir of nna-is the one laxative remedy manufactured by the California Fig Syrup .

yerv worm baths should be taken only Co\ and the same heretofore known by the name-Syrup T Figs-which has given' I

when prescribed, by n physician of satisfaction to millions. The genuine is for sale by all leading druggists throughoutthe i We Do Job Printing J r

Judgment. They, are ftiL-rvntlngr Involve United States, iii original packages of one size only," the regular price of which I

grave': ,risk of resulting! colds, is fifty cents her bottle. .. t

and should l nkvavd' bo' followed by Every bottle is sold under the general:: guarantee of the Company filed with the I .

., the sleep;' to restore" the normal tone of Secretary of Agriculture, Washington: D. C., that the remedy is not adulterated or 1 Of All Kinds. f
system Cold baths are dangerous -
!, iniil jvheu they! shock the system, misbrandcd. vithin, the meaning of the Food and Drugs Act, June joth, 1906. :

rhould avoided., It dofs not make .
them raid or beneficial fln.1 that CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. "

the lirnl.itInn ran bu re' tul'l'll anti n Please Yo |
We Can
rninforlnblo "glow" established by AOOM(8BIS San Francisco, Cal. INOCmPOKATIO : a.

vigorous skin filctlon with a rough Louisville, Ky. U S. A. New York. N. Y.
to\\'. I. MO---I oT thi, "e \vho discover .
London, England.

", cither( pli if IIMIIM bathliiK or; mo l benefit misled in, jt thininetlKid nfl A I :. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..:

:TnlHtnh": tin ability to recover from i
shock for healthy mill -
n stlmirlatiiiK .'
a-eacHnn. Thtri' really a very few Dames of the Revolution.The ROBERT FULTON AS A LAD. 1TtjTNAM DYESJ

. iiersnns for whom ix cojmclentlous FADELESS r rother

>*>ysli'I.Hi. would 1 1 advise cold baths. at Dames ot the Revolution Is an Incidents. IIlu.t .tlng' the Young I Tea -
Color more good brighter mnd fester eoloraniian I rny"Mm tt.... On lib) packs color' all "....... TbT dye Into add water hPtt..lIt. aay .. .
t lionIIor lit the seashore more than Ammlcori society organized in 1S:} Man's 'interest In Mechanics,. dT. nay K.r.n ut wUbout ripping wrt tI ; tees -.1.-00. u lJU. bleach, sad Ins Ooior. IMONHO UliVU VU.. QalJ' 1111.Its l* i
L vine n div: and very brief at that. .
cprnpowvl oroml'n above tho
There are several anecdotes which GERMAN PLEASANTRY.The 1 not the way the world wag
The surf bother \Vlio comes out of the age of eighteen years, of good moral $80
that counts-It whetherit
Herr Lieutenant: "Have depends upon
relate to Robert Fulton's early yoa
water chilled, with bloc llngernnlls h'ntt.ndutwselnto.tgdilMt.g, a '
(vjiara/rter who are descended In all.Mrs.Winslow'a I
in c.b.aolca-tbe first stops. reed"any/ of the latest English novels wags .at i
and a desliu fur I alcoholic Htlmulautb their awn fUTit from' an ancestor who I /X- e
had butler reuiuiu land. of progress toward his later skill. In ? for rJo'l/l n A ,
on dry assisted .In estabUahlnR; American! Independence nothing SYrup CtiiMsrn
Whether( In fresh or null water, the I 1773, when be was elgtit years old Fraulein Freda: "No: ; I am tryingto teething,softens the gums,reduces inftitnimainJ MacoN,GI..I\
during the War of the previously load a better life."-Carlcatureon. lion,allays coke 2Sc toltU _"--"t'sl.hQo\ E p.tth .
; his mother having taught pain cure.wi a .
cold hath In not cleal slllg. Tho s'e- ,.
..,. Revolution. Its main urt>oeo Is to "'Kmtrnmun. h..O..a'cMooo., '.'
;' crttlony of the shin are not dissolved foster the spirit; of patrlotliKn.-TlioAmerlrnn. him to read and write. sent him tr> Oul "U OIUO Quinine" The terror of bring found out by h....... -- ....o.." .
told removed l hy cold water and all a school kept ''by Mr. Caleb "Johnson.a I that la Laxative.:; Droroo Quinine. Look the world Is nothing compared to i 1

the cleansing viihfn of such n: baths Quaker gentleman of pronounce. I lor the iKtialute' of. K. \\". Li rove. Used the that of being! found out by your l'los'l I I ,
\\ aril over r' 'tire Cold in On. IHv Vc (At-13'09)
Tetterine for Corn Tory principles-BO pronounced l, lu est |
In the towel. I In most! caves the cold Ecytma.MOCkevllin enemy. _
bath In winter Is u piece of brutal N. C.Mr fact: that he narrowly escaped with An Australian authority estimates
J T. rlne. SHXitnnitli, (in COLT DISTEMPeRf: : f
liraviijo.. The pertipn' who leaves n Shupe his life daring the revolution But that the kangaroos In the antipodes
1 >(*ar FirI linvt* a friend In the Csn tie bandied wry
'-. '\\'urllttn,1, cunifoi table bed to step country here who ...1 c'rf',1 for >ears withKcieonui. Robert Fulton did not care for books, now number upwards of 100000. Unw liable, ox muter how "es ,' ,"r"Iaa 1.a, 0. '
:: And like mjMHf Fan: tiled all ----- -------- disease, by uudK WOUN'S LIUon '" the, '- Ofw" '
: *" ln liapt.' be a hero If any Ji(>i>.dnjd} useful I lold htm If tie used I Trtlrllnc-: 'hritTjnld search for 'problems never mustered of all fornuof dldempOT.foa tewt .w.d7......Merar.1__ .. ,'leer-.... t,
i Dupont','! !! wits Hencd'i lL On.IO bottle,.tosen, of mc1susad""- bera.lS. _.....-.*. exprss,.. 1,
thing thnl I ever used that would\ kill itend \\lint .
Science Has Keen BlruirRllnte .. L' M>poultles throals. OsgJlrnMBu -
l as It Is, he Is merely Illustrating thor '- 1 ought In know for I !liavo ItnOMt the Quaker teacher, 'who ptr- to Attain' for Centuries. ; nMd by.rnouf sl..l(1'e. .rep.e *rythlii.. latmi ae seta .....-. lilSS ltwlltnc ft
'utter tutlllty elf eH-sacrlflco for Its for 10,. yeaia' end never cot any calleruntil ed not the rod; and it Is said that The honMi remedy la ezl ah-twaive yMJis. ,-
.. intense interest-that
r tinod your T.ftterlno. I told him luis been manifested SPOMM asaoiOAi.CO.. Cksntat mt..setMletocKts' Oeah.n. Intl., V* e...
L own 8a1((.. . : that If :;e would, try lt. RR benefit .dm It would east. hint notldnx Fulton dl'rlul rules thut are being accomplished
"beJesl temperature of water for I the band of Robert he one
\would pay tvir It myself; but. 1 am nut I daily. by epileplicide still continue. It is .
', bathing or, washing Is that'at which unay an 4o the reanltn. day. testily xo'lalnied: There that really ourVI'IOII\I the vast number of peoplewho '
',_, . it gives no sense of shock on touchingthe one It.Ihnt will lI'ah..r kill any corn no end for of my mlrery wlfo. ,. hud and I will make you 'do something!" To , trove already been "uted of hU and '
skin. This means that It should prevailed upon her to use TeKrrlna.freely ,,which Robert with folded arms. replied nervousnem. In order that eveq'b.dy. For
on It and It noun dlaappcareu. tare u chance to test the medicine. largo
be blood-heat-between: nines There Is nothing coat, to rt. : ""Sir I came to have something trial boll I lour valuable literature, history ot
ty-five and 100 r. This li I as true Yours: truly.I I beaten Into my brains, and not Into Hpilepsy and .tefltlinonials.. trill' be sent buuul t1
P. S. Earlv.:: .s-
In summer aa In winter. Cold water rnres my knuckle" Without dqubt he was i ahxnlutelv tree to all wlA) write to this Lamenessin I
T.U..rlne Kcf.fmn Tetter
lung I Or. May\ laboratory.; San! 1'eurl'
tends to close the pores and suppressnatural \ worm. o r<>11 nIl II' h lit ldn. IMls. In- I a trial" to his teacher. 1 )New; York City Street
fanfn SoreHead, Iiniiies" l ...,11.. r.ouI
i perspiration, and< a cold bath Scaly' Pat, hen. on flip. Km-o. old\ Itt ling lie entered school one dqy\ very i The epilepticitle cure u creating great
( greatly lunl'use11w'\ discomfort from So....., I Ifiindnifr fjinkered Scalp. II mlona. late and when the master Inquiredthe public- interest, ... well nx among I Doctors HorsesMuch
1 high The \ ( orna, Clillhlalnf. and overy form nf SluilenU.. Ho |iltaU And vmiluu, I Physicians.: s
temperatures.! only sane Skin m...n.*. Trttnlnt' MHTotterlne reason. Robert, with frank Interest .
i way to "cool off" 1 Is to slar't the pers1- Soap 2TH Your lniKfrli, .t. or !liv mnll (corn replied that he had been at 1 Electrically heated plates operated f

f plratlon freely. One of the wisest the Savannah mMnufarturer Qa. TI e tilwptrln Co.. ; Nicholas Miller's shop) jjoundjng!} out 1'by levers, are the principal feature

$ women I know Is stout and when they ____ _ __ 1 lead for a pencil. "It Is the very bent! ''Ia a new clothes pressing device.

y: beat in summer becomes so great that Some men never live long enough! to I ever! had sir," he anVrmed as lie I i ____? of the chronic lameness! in horses is_due to neglect. ; '

It" Bhe "cannot stand it| another minute" unlearn the unwise Things' \ they Darned I displayed his product. The master 'I.I Many Children-Are lil<:kly.Iotb..r See that your horse is not allowed to go lame. Keep Sloan's
she takes a broom and begins to In youth Orav's Sweet Powders for Children
after an examination: of the pencil I' Liniment on hand and apply at the first signs of stiffness.
tt This starts the timed by Mother bray a nurse In Children's
perspiration; TConr working power depend upon yoor' pronounced It excellent. When Rob Home New York cure Hummer Complaint It's the i
tt a sponge-bath In tepid or warm water health I Uarflrld Tea", rorrert disorders of ert's mother) who had been distressedby I I I Feverishness, Headaohe. stomach Troubles wonderfully penetrating-goes right to spot-relieves

liver, kidneys, ..t- ma<.'h and bowels; overoomea his lack of appJIcjitlon to his TeethloK-I'luord-rs. and Destroy Worm Atall the soreness a limbers up the joints and makes the muscles
remainder constipation purifiaa this blood- II Druggists', 260. Sample mulled 1'....
'l able. brings good health. studies expressed tb his teacher her Address Allen 8. Olmsted. L. Roy N.Y. elastic and pliant.Sloan's.- k:;' ) j
I pleasure at signs of Improvement tho
: In winter hot baths are safe only Easy money Is hardest! to get and latter confided to her that Robert j)I The 'use of electric power In the I r

f{ when the bather can go at once to when one gets; It he'ts apt to becomean ,had Mid' to hIm: "My bead Is so full I great staple Industries of the South LinimentTrill \ 4 .
bed and to sleep. At any other time easy-mark. Is constantly Increasing. ,
--. ..,.--- --j -- 'of original\ notions that there is no .
1.I sponging with' tepid or warm water Troches the kill a spavin curb or splint reduce wind and swollen i
Brown's Bronchial relieve vacant chamber!, tpw away : far HKADACHlt-Hicks* CAriTBIlIB puffs \
Is altogether better. Properly used Throat Irritations canned by cold or use contents of dusty ,'book's." Whether from Colds. Heat Stomach. or joints, and is !f sure and speedy remedy for fistula -
and cared for the Ca.puolne will ..U., sweeney,
1. sponge Is an admirable of the voice. In boxes 25 cents.! Sam Nervous Trouble J'GU.h'
These Incidents to the contrary It take sx-u IlIunftdl- founder and thrush.-
liquid pleasant to
V, agent of cleanliness It should plesmailed free. John I. Crown & Sun, Is nevertheless true that RobertFu1t'On I .1..1,.. Try Ik loo., ZSc and AOc. M drug Price, Soc arid at.oo. : h
Itself be kept clean and sweet aDd Boston, Mass. a store Dr. Earl S.
I __ _____ h .___. did absorb a good knowledge' Sloan - Boston. MaiBlou .., .
v" frequently refreshed in the sun. A One task well and thoroughly done of the rudiments of edu<' .tlon.-From l I I I The microbe population of a.twelve- *. book OB horse, os ttU,sheep Sad yjonsltry get,... '
sponge which has a gelatinous feeling .. -
pleco of cheese has been II. 1-
Is worth far than dozen Robert Fulton" ounce 5c
more a Started "The! Early Life( .of. i| 14
l wet needs and I
whet a sun-bath and never finished.Rhenrnatmm. ,! timattd nt 6000000000.
in the Century.
. should not be used until It has had ; : -- ----.--
t f Its Neuralft find (Sore Thront i I COVERED WITH HIVES. vy
, will not I live under the snow roof with. Farmhouse Antiques.A .
I Soap something to be selected Hamlina Wizard Oil the best, of all reme- highly Ingenious; device for put Child a Mass of Dreadful Sore' Itch
J with care. Fortunately come of the d.... for therelief of all pain. SIf
ting on the market "old" furniture, inK Irritating Humor for 2 MonthsIn t
best the Too
f soaps are cheapest
Great results can be ohtalned from the faking of which Is- quite a considerable I Terrible flight.-Disease' kIn
1 copious a lather is a danger signal
thought If the engine!!; of energy' Is Industry In the Wester I Cured by Cutlrnrm. ,
r It means that the soap) has takenup ready to pull the I train. midlands, has been told by a dealer I I "My six year old daughter had the dreadful roar Cotton Fertni. r means I
J'j a larger amount of the natural disease called! hive'for *H nroua. with r,
'j Welsh farmhouses on two month weiPtlll.d
He had
unguent of the skin than can be Red, Weak Wary, Watery Eyes' She became afflicted by playing; witb children thrifty aquara and bnlla. It
his books in each of which he had'! I pula YDiU'ratlon crop In a condition better ...
_ .- spared. Relieved by dunne Eye Remedy: who had it. By scratching ah. caused 10 r-IB ttMr .ttat-U or I.--u and dl--
There is no advantage in a rough Compounded by Experienced 1 I'liyaicianfi.Confonni deposited 1 for the tine of the tenant, I large sore which were ;irritating. Her Get u1.ha:: : boll wavty by pleating ea
to Puts. food and Drua Laws but also In the 'hope that holiday peo- '| body \vaa a complete. sore but it wlr ,
towal. A was
soft absorbent towel la at worse
Marine Doero't Smart; Soothes Eye 1'ainIt desire to buy them, "old" her and '
once more comfortable and better pie might on arms bnek'e employed aphyeieian
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for the purposes for which a towel 1 IB the knowledge how .
.. hunter for old help her and I tried several remedies but
The Inexperienced
.. toapply It that gives value to educ'tLion.
Is used. To rub the skin to redness .
furniture Invariably looks for worm without avail. Seeing the Cuticura Kerne- l| 1 calthatln: : (It thoroughly and fertilizing ilberalry with r
V irritate and abrade It a Fertilizer.
Is to and this dies. advertised I thought I would I 1
'''holes. They! are provided for him bv try I See-that commercial fertilizer. contains -.. i
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should never be done except with them I her hot bath of P_ 1
Pile Cured In fl to 14 lnj. gave a daily, with h. If It don not. yoti can increase the of u
-hands and face which are toughenedby d to cure. anti a Judicious peppering wjth small Cuticura Soap and anointed her body with Pou.b hI' addtnW Mllrlate 01 P.h to your tort 4\...
V Ointment I. auaranteetl r4 "
f exposure to wind and weather ca-TO eof Itchmn. Hhndltlraltnu.trl'rolrudnu. shot nnd lest he should be suspicious Cuticura Ointment. The first treatment lrtu.ssr younda sacredea 0' Murin''110 Peteh 0' P..aab la.t1 added Co IfIJ q/'

Even with them it Is unnecessary. llle. in rt tn .14 days or inonev relunfled ;.W and probe for worm dust they relieved the itching and in a short time the

The safest general rule as to bathIng are carefully "salted" with fine sand. disease disappeared. 1>11'.. Q. L. Fndh"off. POTASH .IS PROFIT "
CRASHED IX)WN.: --Manchester.Guardian. Warr"ffl, Mich June 30 and July 13, '08."
1 Is to consider comfort, and not j iI Potter 4 Chenr.. 1 Sesd jar frt Uttmlurf on Cotton CWtor
Drug Corp., Sole ,
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"So he has ceased to. be her Ideal? I Props and ( ,
t sacrifice It to mistaken .standards. of Cuticura Remedies, Boston Mas. ,1 fltrttiituto.OERM"AM .
t cleanliness. The little girl whrr pro "He has. THE CAt'SE."What |i - 1 th l I KADI WORKS rir

(U tested r.gnlnst a perfunctory morns "What disagreeable. thing did he caused the separation?" j I The estimated world's production I 1 I U24 C ndUr Bldg?AU..ta. Ga. .

I log lUtth and Insisted that she had do?" "Oh. he thought as much of him of lead in 1907 was 904.910 metric dr .r 'gems, -Ies I. >nr Tart. ,
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s !J r rather be warmand,, dirty than clean "Married another e'rl.' "-Louisville! .elt' as she thought of herself and tons compared with 1168.1 H tous +1

.'t. toler-lnvites sympathy.-New York Courier-Journal. as IltUe of her as she. did _of. htm." In 1$06. i 1QO

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of them endures toreveila ie.fre.XollalDIaab.t.lse-'r
the renown +
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I 'We'gy rRewl to tlitf next ferial ature-, 1 NM KN" """" """" "" ---0"""' -
Kissimmee' Gazette. M1ANr-----
Valley rSprigg /
that a resolution: IK passed calling on -JI
-.- '-, FlemingCLEANING C. A. CARSON, President. N. C. BRYAN Secretary. >
I = ::== .0 == tllo powers for both he reason and authority Plant Wood's Seeds -
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PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. for leaning the convhte: yen THE

"Offices,i Valley"(laiette"Bu1WtrrgT months prior .to the time the present .I .". ForTh'. JL : -;;

.t.I' KISSIMMEE..OSCEOLA COUNTY. FLA. luase expires. \- .>.. PRESSING Garden & Farm.Thirty
Thlrtv-lhrce years-:: *;j -Tujgp" -:'::--=a boy in DYEING ."d :, I Waters & Carson Grocery Co. i iWkoleaaU ;

W, B. HARRIS, Editor and Prop'r. years in business, with
'. ,. Massachusetts was convicbfH -of murder REPAIRINGLeave trade $ DeaUrala- .
/( sv -- - I a steadily increasing every ---- and Retail
and sentenced IO be liu g. "The year-untilwe'hsve to-day one -

:.1./ SUBSCRIPTION. .... ..RATES... ....: ... . 005o Governor commuted the -sentence to I of the Urgent businesses In seeds GROCERI SI
I On eopy.on* 7 ar .11 in
!', 0- copy ail months *. ..... .. solitary fife imprisonment, which was this country-is the beet of i -
.OM copy.throe month. .. ....... . 26 word at my house and clothe evidence as to .
more inhuman act than wan that of
1 ft. will be called lor and returned. '
the boy In killing 5-year-old jflrJ. fHte SuperioiNQuality < *
.J', All...eommunleaUoiw......potxlenl must txcit\m itnnt from by our the.writer.Hajoetod uthorMd -n'-_ ---_-, _-, -_ -..' -, COUNTY AGENTS FOR.
matter will not !>. returned unlraa of Wood's Seeds.. Y
j .klMfor.Xntored. Many of the tourists who visited,us \ I
-- this past winter have returned to their i Satisfaction Guaranteed' We> sir* headquarters for HAY I Celebrated Fertilizers I I CRATES || .

t 1 at mill the Poctoffle matter.*In *'-Imm-. FU.. mmeomdelate northern homes and of the hundredswho I .. Grass and Clover Seeds. GRAINETC.1 ::

. ,were, hero we have not heard of Seed Seed Oats ... .
r -- f .._. --Circulars:; and price
one but who was completely charmed DR. JOSEPHINE E HHRPER Cow Peas Soja Beans aafit -7T: ParnUhed o. Application. 7 '
Friday March 20, 1UOU. with our climate and our people, and \

_1e-- who, stated l)> y would return nt''Ct1lt''a''' !t All Farm Seeds. f
t Wtieo baseball players are hired the son and endeavor induce, others to OSTEOPATHr Wood's Descriptive Catalog HIDES FURS W OOL |l
b game! oesses to be true sport._ BCI'ofUl'any hem. \ the most,useful and valuable of If .
Graduate of the S. S. 0. and Garden add Farm seed Catalogs!

.. " Good roads are as much a necessity The Tinles-Union says tforlda's Still College; of Osteopathy. mailed free on request.T. cO'U.ntry Produce a. Specialtyatiwva !
ai good streets; but it I Is fact few Jffimlerajrts. 'f
a greatest neQjfla Sure It W. ,
Specialist In diseases of Women WOOD & SONS, ,
people Beam to comprehend. is," but not the efass tbnt the bill Introduced I and Children (:'onsultatio'i and examination j S.ed .. $
men, Richmond, V ---- ------ ri
in xthe: Iti> egiel6ture"would\ I freo. .
'A wealthy Sacramento Cal.! woman, Mondays and Th\iri1avs.
brinir Ve vni -'Americans, those
aged 65, married her chauffeur' aired Office, Gravstnne Hotel Kisslramee. -
from IheiMjflh and west who already Favortte FertilizersFOR
30. Lucky chauffeur; fool woman. Fla.
knowwhat /Unerlcah citizenship

f means, not"IhTat of mongrels Europe :: I
a Some changes have been! .made in DROPSY ERR\tt t
T T 'l.bttcllplomatlo'corPI' but we "failed to Is spilling| on us out of tire bowels ASTHMA, S CITRUS AND.ALL OTHER CROPS.FERTILIZER"MATERIALS.
"of ship that docks at our .
notloe the nave of a southern nnan in every I PILES
d,'f.f the-list. of inocexsful ones., x-, ports. . CANCER ..,.rerl;may limit to the
-'- .d. poMible la a>cru.
r I'In form cured and I but It I.kee time and mo_,.. We....,
a If ajjjba people come to Kissimmee O14 p Vers can bo purchased at this any prices reasonable. been Impro8'IDI' Bower and vegetable.
) om ur 20c per 100, and there 1 U oath .. Address aeed.lo>Over 50'ears..More1.h. aooo.
D01t "wJnVer who said they won Id, It people are working to make Perry'
|nl;better to put under malting. DR. JOHN T. PATTERSON. Atla.tu. Ca. I Beeda iwlt yon. sly tbe b.rt-Ferry**..
,4 will require/ twice as many hou es.v' For Mie ey ffy where, INSECTICIDES
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inhere now to accommodate Ih"m-;: FERRP 1__ AEVO ANNUALLrarr '
It! A wet and dry election will be held MOTTO. NKRVINClPILLS

in Columbia county next nonth. ;'Wemlitalte ..The (rmu'lron end tonic restorative tor made d M. LEE -
1 >.d wfipif-n. ,.rodu".. atreoicth and .vitality SEEDSDA. : KISSIMMEE
our guess' If there is not a genera bailda f.the.yatem.ed: renews the no malvigor. 'V'7:::L. "CIV'JN _
) wet and dry election held) in : For sale. by Onceola Pharmacy. or bT. AGENT FOR .J .
.Mall II 00 per boj.a M.a.a 10' :I 00. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.. .
t in "N Y8mb8r, 1910 \ ?Flor1- ?

I'i i -*.L ,ROGERS'. LIVERWORT RBSIDENCS: PHONB M" J y.;;'_""+'',JKwaiMMKK.OrncB : !.. LESLJEW.' WEEDDN Sanders. Fertilizer Company( ;. Jacksonville_ Ra.__.r_.., : _, J
PBONB ei. ': FLORIDA :'"
f The-Coopers, who murdered Car- r 'TAR AND) OANOHALAQUA f '. ,1'1" "a--.: '
marck. are to serve the state of Tennessee For thu complete cure ot Cough; Colds, I Specialist-'Eve. Ear I .
Aethma and Bronohltii and all Lang complaint..ndlnctoeon.utopgon. J.V SWIlfSONDENTIST. Y H a
as convicts for twenty years L/rcrwurt.'Ixr/ and D1 Nose and Throat......
hive for manulnrd
Wild rhfrrr. agra anMlablUbvd .'
+ provided their compatriot GovernPatterson :
rapuuiloli a a I'aixlard couch .
doein't pardon them. remedy. If oontatua no opium or harmful !
drug cwn be |rlwnn/ with safety to ohildrvo, Private Hosoital. American National
: Price$1 tie Kol h.< only by Ovoeola Pharmacy. I Upstairs In Katz Building- l
;r ge Dicktq on. Ta' ', neW SeOe. DimirsHniTn -. I \tf"*. m. to 12 m. BankUBuilding. Tampa, NOTICE .
of War, saysv he Is a. ttemocrat f 1:30 IQ.g:30: p. m. Florida.J i
although I''be didn't, yote for BraDrThe Telephone No. 76 Jun 6. lyr

? tl a plaoe mentioned I Ig scripture The Graystone ll To reduce stock in order to make room for my summer J

::toads paved with, J fur us _klod.: ,_oDe .t1 M. W IL .,U--.JI: lt. II' stock of spring goods we will sell our entire lot of Silk at KI
; oeratsiUry / KI8SIMMEF. PLA.On W. W. CARSON D. D. S. _
., 4 ten tier cent, reduction In wage RIVERS BUILDING !I STATE AT L. "GK. \ One-Half Original Price. i

baa ..ken place among tbe workers In Lake Tohopekalifra. OVER PHARMACYOPPIOS Real Estate Agent.
". It li possible Carnegie Intends Hunting. Fishing Shooting:, *
Bathing, Golf Tennis Roque, 8 TO trer.ITO KISSIMMEE. rtRllA[ i Will sell Woolen Dress Goods at ACTUAL
'-' loDatloosof COST OR *
: 1 tanking a medals and baseball HOURS ) 1o2
Cricket Clock: Golf, f.a *
'. d,# Ubnkries tots jreari: and a. >e has only Trap ShpotlnK. - --- A LESS for the next 30 days ror Cash Only. x jfj

abe 270,000,000, h ca"nno hlawaj Terms: eZ.l O to $3.60 day.
*e per R. O. MEEK
a clear to do y o-unless tbewayes' of $15 to 921 per week. Q. tf. KKIBBS, $

i bin i rorkmen, reduoejic H.s for sale choice lands In every H. C. STANFORD COMPANY '
To Our Friends: ATTORN BY-AT-LAW. portion of Florida, adapted for farming -

Ott Tt e CommiaMonerfof State loatltu- .. Come and try a mea) at the Office in the Court House-Kis- or the ICro\\'lnlC.of fruits ana vegetables ffi
hotel. Single meals 50c 21 of variety also phosphate -
)Loa have leased rUi-CODlets to the. meal tickets/ 110. Rooms $1.;per simmee Flo.rida timber every and ranch; lands. at *r 1r'r ir.91;3va ;>irTAr ir r at ;>>;>>:::>>;>>7>> W ;.

t r :Klorlda Pine,Complin; for four years day .
With whom-will be.assoclated In the --
for the sum'cf) 1281 per head per year. Exceptionally fine bargain in orange .. .
1 7u Ills \ibarelT; poislble the coming legrlsIsture trial of causes the law, firm of grovea. List your property with '
THtJRMAN Massey 5c War low, 0'- him; he can sell I It, rent It nud collect ONL.YPurest THE' ,
find W.
may some way' to prevent rents
Orlando your
the Commlislbners from 1 I
again placing PRUPRIRTORaalt.A t 1I
this state* ia the di If graceful attitude of I Ileasing Agent for best Fire and Life Insur- I I

lu oonrlcts" the same as If th\y I ance and Armour's Fertilizers

,were, roanf '..l.tle.l . jeast rstst La VIIN. DUlOR .
l -! r .afa > 1 Kissimmee Florida. Drugs ;

The editors of this state have deoldJold M. TILLERReal

.t *ei to. their annual)'meeting on the WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS
TniltTersarv of Ib.,daj and in the "
same < Estate Agency.NNNN.NNaN.NNN. Hurt you urulecled/yonr 'MduyiT H.rS. "
R place Ponce De Leon was supposed to REAL ESTATE you overworknl your nervous Hyntem And -,
caused tmublewlthour! ktduey." and blMdderTMave AIDE
ti, SOLD
,; have first landed on this continent. t +you. pai.ntnloln.ableback. irolni and BY ,
Old Ppoce was artist In 4 and sold. bladder Have yon, a Hubby appearance of the
j r certainly an Realty bought .._. e.perfl.Hr under the eyra f Too frequent ,
tit the biff talk: line, but thegaoir of Flor- 14) ..editors that will meet in St. Au j Taxes paid and'Titles verIfied KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA tillli will. cure YOU-fti Oaoeola fliarznacyFrloeJOc.

' ; teWWine on the 30th can skin him at the 2 for non-residents. Oseeola

?' (! "tame seven ware and then. . some.. . 2 Rrer-LJfe and Accident In- Pharmacy .
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vas nor does any citizen ..-.... .... _--_... -"-, "
+das lr8 I to'ee-01lbeTe. but there are _. rlr- .
.' 'few towns In Florida that has been the -- --- White Lawn; 40 in. wide. 15c per yard. Kissimmee Wagon W s s.t

oept B of more sales to actual settlers Lace from 5c to 15c per yard. orks1

7 ban this1 t one. Hardly a day passes County Dress Pants; $L50 to $5.00 per pair. OPPOSITE CHRISTIAN CHURCH r

,but what some one from a distance i Pair Stnpe Pants at $1.00. ... ,
Il buys from two to twenty acres of truck- .Abstract Company TrunKS and Suit'at lowest prices. -""s Under New Managements with Thorough Experience and Up-to-Date (

'- log land to er near this city and Immediately Picture Frames from 25c to $5.50 each. Blacksmith wheelwright and Horseshoer. ..b

beg'IDS putting It In condition Crockery at the lowest prices. :t

for growing fretables this oomiog Q. P. GARRET Manager.Real Fancy Straw Hats at cost. _.Alt'Kinds Blacksmith WheelwriehVWork and Horseshoeinz '\'I!

k. fall. These ....I.. are, made because estate Best Shirts made foK.l.OO: each. a Specialty. J

r, the prwses asked for the land are low I Titles examined: and reported on Tinware at any old price. .

enough to permit a man of small meant I Taxes: paid for non-residents Tha only place you can get the Beaver Brand Hat. ALL WORK GUARANTEED TOSATISFY.: J
Instruments relating to real estate
ti ,.to buy a place and have sufficient carefully drawnCorrespondence K
ocevieftta-livecomfortably until be Headquarter .for the- .BestShoes -in Town. Solicit Yo.r Tr.4.
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_-Ins KJSSlmmC6.Y IICU Gazette( i J. II. Reddilt.. jeweler- and watch re- Roy OyarstreetJefA<< Tueedavfor" :"the -MISS-GARDNER'S--SHOWER vorable market was secured, and are County COurt Jurors". .---- -,- .

pairer. men 19-tf East. Coast. reaping the. benefits of their judgment. r
'1 The following Is the list of jurors
TELEPHONE NO. 11. i Pictures mounted and (famed at the Prof. Wade, the tuner, is tuning / Every kind of field and -garden productions drawn to serve at the spring term of r

\ Home Store. here this week. Large Crowd Present and an Excellent are in splendid shape and the county court, April 12th: 1909:

\ EVERY FRIDAY Latest styles In-ladles' shift waistsat Capt. T. A. Bass, of Fort Myers, the. corn bread, milk and butter. prospect J. E. Sharp I. M. Lanier, C. L. Billiard -
PUBLISHED H. C. Stanford( CO, 18 spending a jew days in town: Program Rendered.. pro favorable. ; C. W. Campoell.-Jr"- -Monts- -
--- ,. =ByOFFICIAL -- doca, A. M. Mosely, F. C. Bryan
The Home Store are agents for the Dr. B. C'. Abernethy and Mrs. H. F. Thq.njiscellanebus, shower given In Our tnercnants: are receiving/ their Rull Bass. Harvey Avant, J. W:Tra-

W. B. HARRIS. I1 I White Star laundry. Phone 154. Bliss came down from Orlando by honor bfMls Jesna Gardner at. the supplies from Turkey Hammock, and cey, J. E. Story. A. L. Thompson.ANNOUNCEMENTS. r'
-== =-=:: =:::.-: --------1 auto and spent the day In town Tues-
For Sale-Settings. of 15 Plymouth home of' Mrs. Pfann on Wednesday! I as present appearances Indicate rain,

WEATHER REPORT. I Rock eggs for tl can he had bv callingup day.Mr. afternoon by the Methodist. choir was there is reason to suppose that this ; \
Thos. Van Duzer picked two
week ending Paradise Island.
ratura for on phone .
Avcraita temp contln e. ,
2 of blackberries this morning largely attended and proved a perfectsuccess. may ,
d... March & 11108. quarts ripe .
,. 'I'bu..1 Stove wood delivered in town at the. first we have heard of this Railroading has been dispensed with, For Marshal and Collector.At '

1.00 per strand. season. After Mrs. Pfann's palatial home and we are expecting! to post a notice
MaL I Mln: I r I 16-tf KISSIMMKK LUMBER Co. the solicitation of many trtends, I hat .... ,
\ Under the management of the. Or- was well filled with cuests, the following against their Infringement upon our sided to become a candidate for the office of City y' '
-\-- For the best fitting ]latest styles in lando Polo Club six pony races will program was rendered, and each rights of retirement. Manful and Collector and hereby solicit the sup* p

.. fit ladles' and children's footwear go to be t at. the Driving Park track. .
Friday .. .. M run and roundly On our way we sojourned a few daysat port of the voter of Klailmmre.
I I the bId reliable shoe dealers H. C.: event was highly enjoyed
NI 'Ii" "
eaturday ,.' city on Thursday, April let I Frank WARREN!: lUNG \
fir Peghorn. visiting veteran
\ eund.y "I l > !Stanford' Co. applauded: /
I ,7 51Tue.dey Clerk of the Court A E. Doneganis
Monday Warren, now in his ninetieth leaI''e
Instrumental solo 'Thoughts of '
K rl All the ladies of the city are earnestly 4-Inch artesian well drivenon For Marshal and Collector.
Wodnawdu .. .. .. .i r., I invited to the. having a Thee Mrs. R. M. Evans. found the old gentleman a little feeble, ......
Thursday I H Hl 1.1 bepresent at cemetery his muck land near the old Wayside I ..., ully solicit the .upport of all the citizens -
next Tuesday: with a substantial farm bet wee ft town and the cemetery. Vocal solo-"Opened by Lattice, but supporting! his age splendidly. A of Klaslrarate for the office of Marshal aaoV

eatable to be served as lunch for the A. A. Lot- has the contract.W. Miss Marietta Pfann..Jleeitation"When. day on Colonel T omas' farm reveali Tax Collector the approaching election If
men who work. elected It will be my pleasure" aa well. ay duty;
ed the that do much .
R. Smith from Little Jesna Specks industry can
: came
N W V1"', llrty -NlM1N George E. Lathrop. of Lansing, to meet all requlrementa of the office with
River this week and spent. a few days. Her Beaux" Helen Bass. for countryabout twenty acr sIn Adellty and ......_tn-. '
Mich., has purchased ten acres In Mr. Smith slates that be has fine : "
a fine growing corn and other cropsIn 1.
Vocal] solo] -"Memories, Miss :Ma 2 McPHATTEJL.For
southwest Klsslmmee belonging to J.
I THE LOCAL FIELD. I W. Lilly. He will atonce put downa tomato son and crop washer of eleven: to acres secure this pickersto seas bel Parker. abundance all doing well. O. I. C. w
Marshal and Collector.
well and begin to truck. assist!, him In gathering them. Instrumental solo-Mrs. R. M. Ev
I announce myself aa a Candidate for Marahaland j "
Singer Sewing Machines, and also The revival services are still. I In THE WASTE Of WATER 'Collector and solicit your vot_ If elected I M'ro. C
KM -------"' WheelerWilson's, and all machine church and ans.Heart .
the Methodist and +
progress. at ariow game. will do my duty $ c p
supplies for sale at the. Home?Store. will continue through Sunday, possibly Then came t.blt.shower, which took I . +j.\. Vgfc c. C.: TURiJNOTOil.'
Wade the Tuner. Orlando. Cash or installments. Everybody can longer On Sunday morning Rev. .__ ::
Wells Is
From Florida' Flowing .
In the ] decorated
Typewriter for .5, J. M. Willson, Jr. afford! to buy a machine. Mr Strouse the evangelist will place beautifully I Discussed by Uovemroent For Marshal and Collector. ;
preach a special sermon to school] ing room, many lovely, handsome and
Mr. W. B. Makinson has purchasedsix
. New sprlqg. goods at II. C. Stanford Reo-' automobiles Air. Makinson children. No services this evlnlng. beautiful\ gifts being unwrapped which \ Experts.The Bellevtaa- that I can nil the office of Marshal q
Co. r and Collector to the satisfaction of the dttaeaa of =
never does things by halves. He can highly enjoyed by the guestsas bulletin of the United
On Friday evening, AprJL 16th, the were as press Klsalmmee anclre )'lnK on my personal feeosel SOB
-: Dwellings, for rent apply to M. now take. his entire family out riding Band and Orchestra will give a Prome- they were appreciated by Miss I Stales geological suryey Issues the. the past twenty-twa yean In thla county I .....-

Tiller. at one and the same time. nade Concert in the new house. ..... ...
opera Gardner. following warning a 'lllIlIt -Taste of by announce my candldery for said y

For Bicycles, Shanibarger; Or- My office will hereafter be located Ice-cream cakes and lemonade! will those had exhausted water from the artesian, >v<-lK ,)f FlorIda prom""' If the people elect. me. to iieifmm IBUT .
Undo. 9-bt. the second /floor of Fraternity Hall be for sale, and a thoroughly. enjoyable After present duty honestly and faithfully to the beet of ear et etebtlity.
..f on > time is anticipated.! The proceedswill their vocabulary of exclamations ahd : WALTER LORENZ.
F. W. Hill of Narcoossee visited and will be open every Saturday. which 7 "c
Mr. the band and orchestra The with flowing, wells
to ease !
go feasted their. to their hearts full
Orlando Tuesday. Hours 8 to, 11 and 1 to 4. eyes
P.O. WHITE, fund. est desire, all were invited to be sated can I Its i Mn1ni *,1 l bv drlllijiif in many For Couacilmaa.: + j
Mr. J W. Cole of Fort Gardner was Optician and Refractionlst.. 1 and In'guessing contest )loculiLiu.". uluritr: the east of F'or- _. 1
engage 1 hereby announce myself a candidate for the
in town Tuesday. the Rev. M. Fox of Orlando will come Perfectly Satisfactory. the. game being, 'called] "Courtship, In ida has caused: them to be regarded, offioe of CJtv CouncHman.. and solicit the eup.or' 7

.. Ljeut.-Col.] W. Cadman spent' ''I to Kissimmee on Sunday, March 28th. ORLANDO, FLA., 3-23-00. the Vegetable Kingdom.." In this. con.teat source* :\t; ''Inexhaustible. supply, and of the votera of KIsilmme. '

." day in town Tuesdayt on train. 89. Devotion at 7.30 in the Mr, H.' U. Leaks, State Manager. Orlando In deep drilled,,11 s'from which jhwa- JOUN M...IIAN8KL.: p
successful ,
Jones .
Mrs. C. E. was .: /--1 '
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)- evening and mass at 6 o'clock Monday ''' : '
In the earn "
Tlce McCallistertook Fla.] ', .1 n't.Q'wtiste'naibe
ter Is allowed
Miss t.lIr,
.., --- ]last week -" '."-- morning in the chapel' at the home of capturing t.he.hrsrprUII.whIJe; to For ,-
:; :;.yal] at Orlando Mrs/ A. Tress Dear JS lr-I'am in.recetptof; check EvaHyars was awarded e'booby. seen at many placet In this part. of the Councllniaa.At : :

'Nunnally's ctindieafresh every week drawn by the. U. S. Health and Accident Stuio The "Ili-ct lit- thin w usi.- ;r.f, wa- tha aollcltatton of num.rou.'frl.nd. I bass ''
S Mr. J. M. Braxton, United States At this juncture the hostess announced ,
Co. decided to bccoma for Councilman
Kieeiu rnee'Drug a candidate
at the assistant engineer, left. yesterday' afternoon Insurance Company of Saginaw, Michigan that three young ladles, !I IMlss"'s. 'ter ou .tie I l'o..' of thr.wells) has! re---.-ntly and. believing that the ofRc ahould aaak tha man }

VFon SALE-250: cypress fence posts It I in Captain E. P. Dana's for forty-five dollars, In settlement Parker, Pfano and Overslreet, j I been 8tu. aT 7J cents each. Box 2f>4. little launch Emmeline. for a trlm'l of my claim against that company United States and Florida 'jfeoloeical method than thla announeamaAt to Indus thvotara

Splendid assortment of dress ginghams inspection of the. water route from for iwenty-two dais total disability were waltintat tables on the galleryto I In connection. with a I'eneralof ) of IClMlmmea to support...?
cream and cake which surveys
C. Stanford Co. to Lake Okeechobee. serve announcement T. ...BITERSFor
at ]
and elghtdays partial disability on investigation the ground-water supplies
\ Miss Mae Crawford of Cairo. Ga., Mr. W. A. Illneman of Clarion, Pa., account of my recent illness, the same was heartily received and I of the State. A comparison of
Jesna Gardner. spent Monday night. here the guest of the delicacies greatly enjoyed. Mayor.
lg.the guest of Miss his old law partnerCol.. O F.Krlbbs. .being entirely satisfactory to me. I The color scheme throughout was some wells that. are shut off whan not ........:.. FLA, March 11"1509. 9 9In

,: Ladles, don't fail t.o'IlO the cemetery Mr. Hlneman and his wife are on their take this method of tl1anklnlf'you for pink and white, even the cream' and I In use with others that. are allowed) to the hop that the people.II]> approrv
: on next Tuesday and carry a lunch.Ladies' first vial to. Florida, and are staying your personal 'Interest In adjusting flow without. regard to the waste shows my dmlniatratinn aa Mayinr of the Pbwil. lujalvaubralflnyaalf "'\ !
cake and the dresses of the two littlegirls '
DeL nd for few weeks. .. fay, ..... amd '
at a and a candidate tna
in all and Settling this claim through
1'4 ready-made skirts j a decline in the head or volume of
who served the with .
from guests if ralacted.. promfl a oontinuanea of ny praaa c / ,
at H. C. StanfordCo. Mr. H. J. Robertson! came down I desire to appreciation 1
.x styles and colors you express my their lval-Helen Bass in water from the uncapped wells) aftera policy. T. M.MURFHT.
Centervllle Tenn.. and few upon
j' spent a of and just. manner ,
the prompt
In localities where
days here with his family this. week : white, Leona Roberson in pink. few years.
Mrs.C.N.Taylorof Memphis Tenn., returning home yesterday. Mrs. Robertson which your company uses in settlingits % are far apart the decline mat be so .4
The show all Its details
r,In was ar
WinnthlsM T. D
ylsRed the family of A. W. : and the children will, remain in claims. ranged ,by Mrs.' Pfann and ]MVs. J. L. slight j as to be unnoticeable; but //U.. RIVERS ///ft. ,

, fA week.l3e. Klsslmmee a month longer. I shall take pleasure in recommend. >'
Overstreet who themselves where many wells) of nearly the same
: Plank'e Chill Tonic. alldruggists. Messrs. Geo: W. and Walter Bass in,If the company to ray friends and to without. for I depth have been drilled\ in the same .
Sold "by superiors, a more successful I
'3 teed. Price 25 cents. uin-8 are clearing a piece of land'1rJ: the ]lat- all others who like quick and satisfactory town the amount. of water now flowing Office over Osceola Pharmacy ,
affair held
enjoyable was never
ter's Shingle, -
pasture on preparatory
settlement of such claims. wa. IWIstdeD4el53
; tuck In Klsslmmee in honor is decidedly less than it origin PHONES: I
Commissioner E L. Lesley to starting. a garden. or one given
County ( Omce 148
.4-; jalt. in well the With best wishes, believe me, ally. This is now shown by
"j made the. trip to biB ranch ) week There Is already awing on I of a..more charming yo'an" lady. Condition
automobile., . land, which will irrigation.. Yours truly, wells]) Jacksonville.. ] St. Augustine, .

.i 4' Lost-Bunch of keys ti. C. Stan- Free tuition. free room rent reduced I R. L. LAMBERT. 1 BACK HOME -AGAIN. New Smyrna, Daytona, Palatksi] and

t. ford's name on rlnR. Reward. if left boarding and railroad rates to teahen \ I Lambert. & ,Vivian, Dairy Farm. elsewbere., ,

e ?\ at stan/ord'i. store. and prospective teachers! taking review Experience In other artesian! areas 1

i The Christian and M"l-sionary AJII.i courses at Stetson Normal School Ponce de Leon Celebration. I 0. I. C Writes Interestingly of Happenings I should serve as n warning to users of ,, ,
March :31'to June 1 For particulars
the Christian church All aboard for St. The ,
.i.iance will meet at Augustine the Florida wells. In Indiana, where yI
: address A. L. L. Suhrie. DeLand Fla. at WhiUier.
k next Tuesday night at 7 o'clock. Ancient City is to give another Poncede I i water /flowing out between the\ casings I i

!r Dan McCallister, Jr., and Miss Wll Having completed the tile walk' from Leon celebration this year, and the' WHITTIER, FLA., March 23, 1909.\ hundreds of abandoned gas wells 0

4 lie and Gld Dean Sunray nlghlgld a A.the L.court Davidson house has steps been to the employed!gale, tourists. now at the various resorts'' Editor Valley Gazette. I have been allowed to waste for years, s i

visit. to Klsslnamee the Commissioners to lay acementsidewalk throughout. the state are planning t.o' Hurrah for Whittier! Back at the many of thee wells]) have ceased to

Mr. Starling. the tinner, returned from the court house gateno attend In large numbers. The celebration -' old stand, where ualmetto grows the /flow.' In California and elsewhere
' tb3 from a his place In Emmett. street and is now ]laying the i
week ,
will be March 31 April 1 and
;'v on loftiest, the oranges anc) (according to farming districts! once made fertile by
.' the eastern part of Orange foundation for same. ,
: 2; .and will be on a grander scale\! than. Solicitor tfTfbbs) the girls are the jl Irrigation from: flowing wells have now 9

, .''.. H. E. Swaby canqe:! out down to from Nar- I\fr. W. I. Phillips Is so well pleased ever. Every event. of importance in sweetest, and all else-Is, far superior become desolate through their reckless ,;
and went
Orlando] Tuesday with the success of his auction sale of the. history of the Ancient City will be ...
to spend a few days with. to that of the rest of creation. The
coossee .
1 lots yesterday.that he Is now negotiating -
friends. another deal for an auction depicted, including the land Ing:of Ponce Democratic rooster flaps his beautiful I The exhaustion of the artesian waters

'./ Fou D.-A pocket-book. Owner can sale of suburban property. He went de.Leon, the. foundlpr: of the city by wings and cries In his finest voice, I of Florida is not, perhaps, imtnl-

have same by calling on N. C. Bryan out with the owners to look over the Menendez and the changes of Hags. "0. I.C. you once again." His wives ':, nent., but It. is easy to understand that
; for this morning and If he, decides This is not to advertise the Everglades -
describing property and paying property he Indians. 'Spanish soldiers r English :,, but. for fear this jealous old Mormon when the water flowing Out of t.he"Ifround .
the proposition Is a good one 1
I, this advertisement.jjOST will arrange for another auction sale soldiers, French soldiers and United ,i might get ruffled, will not. repeat what exceeds: in amount that supplied / but we have plenty of

-A gold fraternity pin wkh In the. near future. States soldiers will participate In I I they say. But. never mind, this Is the from Its ultimate source the flow

jewels Please In return it.; name whenfound on back Kendrlck. Mr. and Mrs. Jas, E. Davis, of these historical representations. There ', domicile of very many fine things that will gradual! diminish, and that ever land here,just as. rich, that is. already -

C. A. CARSON. Sharon, Pa., who have been spendingthe will also 'be various social functions.'i other localities can't boast of, even if v well from which water runs to drained for
perfectly ready
!, past several months in Klssimmee. Cheap rates will be given bj the various the tadpolesand minnows. have deserted > waste lessens h9- common supply -of '.'.v

_,; Normal. Teachers announcement, have vgu read elsewhere the Stetson In guests Sunday at for the St.Park. Augustine hotel, 'will to spend leave a transportation. .companies. : the beautiful. I| neighboring wells. Owners are trere- the plow, and at reasonable prices, gin

thlspaper? Stetson Is surely kind to week before returning home. Mr. and : Dry .weather has injureli fowldom's fore, urged tQ-Bee. that wells are capped .
the Florida schoolteachers. Mrs. Davis are both. well'Pleased with. Moving Pictures. crop, but the hens still ctfSkle] over 15- or otherwise shut off when not In the "Healthiest: Town in United *J

r r Get your school] supplies]\ from the Klssimmee and it 'ks their. intention to. Manager E. A. Gilbert is giving cent eggs, and the cattle find nice, use. ,. States. At the head of navigationfrom

-a Klsslmmee Drug Company. They return about. the first of Novemberand some very good performances with. juicy grass which compensates forthe I '

i4 carry a full line and If they haven" spend all next winter here. his moving pictures these evenings. scarcity of water! Take it all In all, Old papers for sale at the Valley' ; the Gulf. ,. f

& what ;you want, will order It for you. Dr. M. J. Hicks purchased a Reo Last night Mr. Joseph Fleishman, Whittier and.,'its people are getting Gazette .omoe. '. "

A beautiful wedding took place at the runabout.from W. B. Maklnson yesterday the genial] advertising agent, was along nicely-, and it veil pays one for j VANS --- \\
af- and will visit his patients In .
home of Mrs. Walter Bass Sunday now AGNEW, .
ternoon at 4 o'clock, when the marriage and on record lime. Severalover ] present and added much to the. entertainment the Inconveniences of the trip to be i P.A. .

of. their daughter, Miss Bertha of our citizens are investigating of the evening/ by his clever onoe'moreamong them I I WILLSQJ JILKISSIMMEE P :

Lee, to Mr. Henry O. Partin was sol- the prices and merits of the various tricks in the magic art and his fin. Orange packing is now the order of I ATTORNEY AT LAW....... 11\1 _

a1 emnlzed by Rev. A. M. ChUholm, pastor kinds and makes of machines and it buck and wing dancing.'f> the day. Our community, wlt.1.ia., | -I I AND NOAARY PUBLIC, ,'- FLORIDA .' .
till .
., of the Christian church of this city. will only time now automobiles It
The coup has the beat wishes of all will] as much in evidenceon j Moving pictures Tuesday-, Thursdayand ;. gacity not possessed by the. ordinary & REAP ESTATE AND)' INSURANCE' ;;4r,. ;;
relatives md friends.. our* streets. as,bungles and wagons.r Saturday"evenings. Floridian.., held their huit'untl] a f a-1 KISSlMMfcK, FLA 1 ....

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New Tariff thIl.VattliInstoIl .' Adopted As Result x., poid'.mcnt of New Receiver t Are Sentenced to'-Serve Twenty Eaii'Ic.0CaTuso, the great
WillioWhitla! Hia .i in Report( :, n C jtallhn .tenor who la to slug In the
i .Delivered to 1) C.-::Cliunij) I i Clayk, Nespirle nll, La.-Under (he' hernia festival "
of Ten Leading Nati Years f orTVlurdccof(Carmack. next. May l-caches-- PA."
ns. of vnienc readied .1\.11
Qhfo.F ) askrfd what ) van ap by .
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minority"JC'adcrif was -
the ho be -
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RANSOTl WAS alt"H'lIdo.10'' / would take With "rtjgar\ licd: LIST OFtoHABAND ; GOODS llt'cclveF ioi'teui'niliTg"-nn I'rciston) "parlies S, AI,1'rlgbl! oftliAtlanta' } i(RELEASED ON $$50,000 BAIL tin tit"' which wl rrfuslcul .people of ...I I

F [ ?!0,000 PAIDTo ,(J-Itb U\\t./'t"t: lumber, and hcjiei> ; llirmlnghaha and ? south, will have 'an dpvoriunityot

would *\oIO'I), that lu hlspeethIii - tulIlc 'iiicotlnghim.; ( Tills Is tin
that he '
Dele".j jViIl S'.t A unusuB.
American te. Are Satisfied the cud tenileted lila 1. Dff en. Seek to Verdict
.. houBol' HIIII ((4Itiig foi I' to consent' .
Woman iii C rdy Stor. Wliitl cmrill" the Mr ; paru 4 da.
: _Code Contains MMcIt That Will Jtd3| DiIii: I'ardea' the' United itd'Wet' TrUl...John Sharp besltlca" a'very rich :
: -Pledjtd Notto, MdyAganflt! 'COI) k's 11!!; tlo,," 0), .tiI Stmeo_ court here 'und Salniifl a1ew fat belnft of man. .;
t'llcul la also crowds.
hSTA4vanIaginTim. of War. hij very ?
iiie hiss 'bef-u vl urouHly cr.SIUulisi'd: by; I' Acquited. .ly
_M,n Who Stolo Boy. f' ,POrOtL i Alanls' was ,named- IP lio conies from a '. i

Cleveland;- oiilo. .!.. >. .AVliFlo, ,It'pwllrltsroiu Georgia, Alabama, 'W"/bJns.tQU.: U. 'O:.-.,TlJ8 declaruUoiiot 'I, in the of the property No'Ii' .iilo, 'TCMHU UuUty of': nivfrder country, and Is anxious to .outTera .I..

', '" : "Cmiti rtioildi? /aiitl 'fC3litbtC.( .jL-acl\ ot''lIlf'lI l'
1 'H Wft1*, who l 11I1.II'aulII> the .pOZi(' of \\ "atatos1H4l l large liitfreuta: lui maritime wur, upon by thecpi'.fei'uuce 'Ibe- uctUI of Arkwrl 't. roHtoi'ca IiiipiiBoninent:; as the ptnalvy.wua ,. tit ,."

tile euiljo Ciiuntry'itnclk'tis" worry lin'o i I lumper.i -I I'llMt'.tho : 01 .e(1.of the firhicilialmaritime complete,! harmony among thebldbold1 tin. \Mdlct 'of the Jury .In tiro: Tho tJermau Jcalser has 'orbldden'l'
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S he froui-wthoul\ in S1HI '"- I tel :
w.aa kluuai/ed Uritf. 1 bin IeIoasCs ( and tile rall- .'
nations of the Olt'I4ls Ot ttsainsi Uuiica'u 1J- .and> offlccrs of life and naVy toslitlike .
I ron, in., tL' 'WUUA U.O'ILII; returned thtt cOt Inu.g il ja worJ., .held < -mid 'jitilH\ to threatened i cal Coojl.Ca .
pf liut| .
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tel here ... i t IlIqll1l\Q.:; I and! I tout i It lit an apyii/ dialtluiiKB .. inid known on tVitt aiarftlmtf ,Co.J-..J.U.ahsoil54454)ftlt1t1lfrfl1t'jioi'tlons 4.n 4' Bjtatou-Senat .: -1. '

Mi' W hf1h CdUItUd\ -Ui4, I IjJ 111111., tua iraili', Wgr-U-nn 1'Jeiy' oUier VIH'j'. na\e just bi'en made I.u of II.e railroad'and termnalH !- CII' IOI" 'I 1 '.c:' Jury>' acquitted JULia SoCt'I0I.l')1 1jJgI"J"

r>ahl"11v.IJ"v' lo uiimun in U ca.Uy ..- nation I on ','ii ri ii, ii re mime df the crltI t lie aiaU' detai;' t\"t( J'rolinbl.v (lie.I will lip immediately< I completed, U. Sliaiji! 1 Ut- < IU'f'nu:11 complained' ti". (

8IO1C. who iiclud j lor Ih,' Kldnu.i i,I K-i.-niM ol I ibid I ineuiime tijiuie! by me lust lit el e& 1 ; u(ulca 11"1' v'l"lationn -* ai,' the bo'c' I."I".u have agreed to j_ i m unrt'niib It.* ''' ' '"" """''' '" \Il.ny /.J1uIJJIJI.r. ,

81'S. ll "" 111 CUIIl'IK1.I llllll Kiln.: c.i:<(=:ziora 1 : '! !!'!'I.I :'tULJ.t.! :! jILuiiuJAd. .atadhaui-h1-aee hiir-de'v-it j 1Utffla1V1lifld3flot'W. Tor This si'i'klchit \'I diet of 1f t4i-1teOll4 restaurlnu *

_.L The WumiiU- thi1r. jnii-i.n'.iii'i' J.IUI"'T1V' -'rjiieanTiimmlilei. > In' llie 'Ii Inorll\ icuu4litlecI ri'siiidlng what constimtir! work.IJnder. crurl t-ut' t1sagt''el" ittilist In the Hrookly navy yaitt ..
and I the
Nvi'.iiu i K. iH'K1 in.- woman wju, : to thi'-housu l\J ,iIlWI'- conliubaudAid wh'at lafree of col1tfujiund UKK'L b.,1JI I 1. MIss' .Moi-gun has Just
jioi'! t > } i! the (ermn of the agreement, Jud.i': I Hart I said he wuuldl'I'li .
.; an Ital....". H.ll' 'H.Usl.; \III UlBlO.-r !<<-. tier authority from the gov- 1
i'lark. ....
n\t l.enili'iC'Umlip' I Il.eclarln I.LI foret'Itauurt' 1'IIU filed al Atlanta to aiiiwan'iiis on this motion
;'j .1denu I ;; that. a-'tai. in-is/a? i / tax: paid( The i.rliielple '-nunclaled In the Ueclarullon I by I O1 lil Oilony Trust Cuinpany I H fixed lie ei'liment to cirrry out tills! plan which .
2 Jntt I' Il'Cl'ndultu'
; AA AAAAAAAAAAAA tla 1111 lot' the the ,
to men woi
& lll/l Itovitle Kin
the to art for 'OQI
lit I ihe lOJlHumir. ai.ij I only ale as a guide the ( for .the bondholders. ate i-ni-ti., whlcll :
bond >
at $25t unlult
.'1' A luni'thA) of a .iniltl law (Is .to raise Ro\erumenL of international IIK confolidated trulh'! withthe \u" hoth tides. I Ihc luivy jard h..ler food. at los.lfloti'y .
Irln' original case
was accejilaole
'.t A STATe OFFERS $15OOO & leiei.ue to ,uP1,1.Ih\ ,' needs of t the ,ftfurt to bi- "bl al Tile I I "' 1111 I they can now obtain.Ativlcou .,
nll.het : Inoutin by Thefiillii iiiiiiins as it upon
A ;;:'d\ei linn'in' I he inlnoilty, memhora of They ate 1'I a. of preul \1mIjoitiince Allutlu. 11'III Ilurk-'n deelarn-, liom I 1'etcliig. by. xteaniblilp '
A'f | and AlJaiitic ( K order I ( lie uf KOI email
;:L A - i *_* I lie I roniniilleo? In'.I>.( that inbtend of I mill murk 1 decided H'ep'iI | td I hlK ,' 11t. i e (.1lrd. record I I Ilol.ohal h"11 "wi lUd I upa'H SIrl tell of l'OI.tli to rt>i>torp the 1 1In
A HariisliuiK. l'a'The M naie /l' 1II'I'"ly
:1. .i, liic'reasii of I IIJXUK, oj a new Issue I leruuid: In t11 e.'aI"hlllt. ( of acoily l1"ttbe de Idi'd t'hinesij liuvy lit ll coit of $100.00(1-( 1 ,
In (the soIlIt lo I
; I A unaiiiiiiinit l I':> a 'l\.1\: a I.D.IUI A for tiio for, i 11 'OUIlI- I ( -.
in l hniiiis.( I the correcl I'.mt'lt I ria\ Atnerltan tooll IK'o.(' A : had 1"1 (
saiuiion aid i 18 undermood hot e t that %lt-. Ark- ''Ll i 1 a\U flllolf ,
A re-in i n (oneiug! a i' A f.ri-owii.K' i I dellfiency In 1.11'0 revenues. Is IhJlgul(' au II I MI"'II. d.l'I.Lant lu IVKim; with the prince
: A of Jl.: .''Hin'r tor' ii|,,i fr.a/i.i]J , .' .tUi "OWII' l"eloUIOI"t. wrlghl was not 1 in any )partlcular'objeeiloiiulilc' l> -almost 'I Ihull t "\1111. j
( 'h of the
I me cutting I I expenses! dip 1lllsl.1 IJde ( the ii'fjeiit" 1 ii'MUidliiK" bl'I"'IH to prpvidufunds. ..
A lng tu the tnicst 'nnd i uninlotl, A. i t to I the bondholders, but as Mrs. liurc'K and 11' WIHOII. I t
i '1111111\ lug I the Kin''i"' ""' lit. lliut prove of great udvantaRe Inlime } .Viivnl ports and locks
c-i's \ IJlIt' they Yes I rod (to 1 name one of t ihe I 10- \GUU daiiBhn I' ol uull'l af
: A ol I the k.unaj i 1,1 \ A ( ;, I' ( l'uol'r.I
"Tinli.ll, Is. III many respects, I I of V. or This Is )' the be e.-tal>llFhi'd, cx ,
: "'I'lal from I fOI'jgl
brave and (1.
he waived all I llIlulI
\ A
A \'hilla. . personal con- 1..11.
l'nde..liidel1nie., tlollol < nt-e with the articles ,1(1'1 I .
i i ( and .prohib treating con- gil gu1ItS; ions
i their elialt
leptrainiMl I I game IJbl
> es. lora
; A A uiul "resinned to give I them'I I
itive. It :1'( nib to ii>, from our exanvinatlon. I Ila baud, experts] at this her liii \al cyilluses, established. .
AAAAAAAAAAAAA. 11'1'oxlmlltnl the ,! '. Ill' of his U I ly. Mra. JUI'h; sat with 1111" \
?time ' 1lll" If.C adJol
which hasty ((
necessarily $ be affected
I wan '
'J.'tOU.OOO.onO I year I I i:round hep--- I.olll.r.1. Itobi ii ", I- I I II'. T. u. Spejicer I Hough I of the ,
coini'llanc e wltli I i an ztri III'.ILI..I. on'Ih.. whole. Il Increases Hid" iii the event of and sure to bi> 'iLstl\ beneficial to IheS.t11 !
thai' I under
war ?tli's.Vuisttii, was lit her luIbcr's i Uiilt ('4 St at marine hospital service
enteiod inlo helwc'en Ih,. ki ei)I.bOY's I. uieoufil' of the .1.II )
< i ,it ofc-InliiK.I t I The ,da l I'm thai the/ I the head of f..e contraband( exports on I t coinpluterestoration \
lathei? und an u 0;ent. of I the I,' heie. I the. L boy was" pla."( d on' $4.HI.CIII.0'H. Intere-t.s of the t two \ tiiIit women( had I hien> heart- 1 Ihe utiumer Sibeiia r"po"11" that
, of the conimit- lit' Lafk I syhlelu. .
di 11,1 ( rylle iiH'iniii,is I On ( question of 'ollirahlll thoconfen ,.,
) Kndliiand Hii\ \erilkt I I..v MI I > efforts' aie forth ,
ontsKlits the
street the I of 1.11'.1
a car on hl'llJUl ,
1 ] Ih. llirVe
( coltOlln
Ililtsi'd clatslllcalioiiM
lee" > llliuely oil nee adopted ,
and : Uiii U\ hl. .- wn- :i relief lij I the (I'hl t :
city sent to I ihe. hul .1. 01'1 I' 't. "I'lmI11 II
that"iTirjbfll ;
eonlelids' I I vi AI
I'erfiil"1 'Hie: 'porl : MolmHyv-rondlMtiTrel aTirl' '
_ Ihe juoineatlliuIUJJU..H.<--- 1 paiem- ,ifni-s; ncn lift? any hnrdens Mil i 01111; 'ad. LUHBEU HAir UASIS SLTTLED.- 1 he jI101'" \.!." t tired lattIcIng anddisbenhd I (;iilini| Inline. 1lu,1; the Kngllslicoli'iiv '

heard that u ""Ian,.;! l I"\A'\I'' 11, I I.M'hotel In nil, ihi, ,i.liniildeis.! ef the southern AhBOliitironll'Uluilid Ihl ( I Inrl-iuleH l .I ami whin the court ri-- al I Ilinr;. "' 01: "lbh'.1) Iwo i
( -
: hi I UKhed aeioslthe;' I lo'ii, Kn Railroads' Agree to Pay Claimants. 67 nun Ued 'I 1 thank \ il'h'ouuh' lln' manufac'liifer.ofi nitlclct.I ,
I .11 ally and implements of I
1:1111I1'1': Per Cent of Iaims., \ __ ,'e md tl,'\ ttt Ituti t to I the the Irenu-ndnns 'I
our p44ien '
re\enue "
him In hI anil iniolk! I
grasped,'<< > 'aims! 10\1\ "tl. (It Is 'protected, : ,byhcit 1\y' ] V. III-. and I tloi'| e I that may 1 he( used 1 iuvar. ,I 1"I1
'I 'Washington. 1 H t < hat ? and dismiss to \ fliifihiMiienrd "
ait" ate mi
5 --
| liis. lai es with k iM-iinbiiifi" \\.cj {:h1uIIH'u, Istitaiteltl 1tfl.

Willie IH Hi I''Heil' t III "lIh lie sa..% _.illIICoLlllWIJ.L $ 4kt-i fniir '''y- lontl- and, "" Inlut..s. Il'h' 1 I k-nowit-K-* yiMlnw plT"rrjin- "viTtn (fnPrSoiTat. : thei im,: iiiiiini| In many ut the .11. of
'- 1UllQ. r.J.1p' ration liefoie ilic.- Intei-Klnle i oninieice ntlrc I IM| their, s 105its
lielion ixTnwHl 1T" l.11. jrniT cases "IHII11011I t the rlnwi-ry ) lull' I.. lull. ni,' the< same< MUCH as lni .. ].. mllliary use : gold Kllldol. iois
since Iii.. lie hus been \1.11 "I'oiiiini sl.m I V.'is' 'I.d I byasieemei.t. one 'man and hurriedly' I 1' I the ,
? b I'"H .
captuie' f \ \ I ( lioni
I l.i\e ,'IH.lIII.'" ri/.eil" !repnlilu-an nit lii- mil .i-ilier eoined lil.d ill bars' aniltaper ; |1"11.11.1 hl lt fII\
llih.. In !L.' Tney li.iiiio.niir l.. lourt I iiiom' v and theiriixnuel
Indoois ,
vi Ti. I'I."tlll" It I mined his hunt anti
) 110 IrlolIhll' : ( on
ml ; In ,Ihe pan. Mi\nlhc, < -joM. ( I jejiresi( ntlnc motley : n) i la I 1
I was taken fioin Shaion' to '\\ III n'lI jeit., pia' ,i.t ,,,11. jio' "rehef." and I the la- and n\, .lig inaehlnes luel, Inbi, irnnls. (( (." ( ( of i cpin( ,11 Ion on I clmrge of, I i"'IIIII.1 in "'I]"l'I.> thohoiM I liinlir-I Si" H.1.M', l II. ) J. Tllk',.. uf

) and thence i lo :Newcastle: I.... I ll I I I.f I.- hi.icr and pniilneer" < hawnri/: ater burii and explot-hi .,ulint spi-dal-! I Ir( cents jier hu
hlii opinion, e pl..b.1 III a hup l 10'\1"11 sHpped hum the swiilli.ruedo, a in' u I ll I nil; of the ( : h.1. *
ii.-i imjiOiMl. iipuii' ihrm. l:\ "try ar- I I I..d for war II...> ; liarbcil wire ; ; l'ol r"'IIllt! :111
$CDOOlboy wa.Hint. I... wax III .\.,.11J I-M-.I' of 1 ifie Thevirnrt." were Jl"t. 11.lil1 1 inlalk. who tilts .
I iii I. ,'f loud the hihoivr niut.t liavelo I horVe; fhoes and sho"inHThe ,''ulnl I is. pme ) //IOI: t jiist tinned alIt I' I lingsojouin

J tabula at t hut- time his father was I to I I Die i luiufiMtiibJ.x, ) j is heavily" I I I taxid.e.en following I aiilc'lot.I I "'ii U hot lie' deilund I to poitkp, ) outSide' ( f IliactiiilAs I I hmiun', ..f I'h1 ( t tin1lirsL m China.)

)eave his. $I".IKHI' in l-'liit h 1''< laia' lalUc, uu ull..1 John Shaiii
) I the salt on I his. lalil.! I Is: not oontiabuml I of uar. t lun.: i idol, 'to pay an ltetl'itti!

Whllla. tumor, suit! I Hint. ? he I pi I'M eMujMIhat. Haw rawuul, .. I a n Mill of i nnfi I euie" heiwein ', -, the. t ol..jlra, ) ih" hihiiiilfi" ']" o-enr 11101, i : Niilf. of
1'01101. julp ,
.fk "nn '
ed a hal ter 'ft'O'" the IiiIiuut.t. ; '; :al ,i.,. I Hie bill is secii.inal" nne Is 1Ux! ind: : ; und nitier t law mate- i H'lHi'sTT.'atlM s (of fioili slumand" / or i hi.Vame" halll \ .stoeilMX :" .I! "I'ali'siinf., ((.(hlo 'loledo., 9

home In )Shiir.ini.) ; s<\.tiiii' ; I' ? II l.< : llli'MI" i bIhe i l.lllllle, ol I.1,,' lliaJullt.V, i-luls of '.11'Ii 11111"11"i'K. ai will a. I l.ulroait'nil, ilL'leeluelit, " H- l'u: I C.r11'1' : of "nl'el": In li. tIn i id It'll i'lttslluhtg: n few"I.HH 1',1| iijro fur
called 'ollf..II''I .ili, l < I -1; i-I'< IIIjg: ,rjint I i "' .
at .\ III >
a i I ,11e, i oinmiitilo lift 'iii 1\ lunilenwhatever fill). it'll 11"'f'I'' ; riknKinoiiiimils I : ..111.( t-o lot ti. Klernfi and, I 11 (11"111". ,.',. \\ -iiimioii' l > C and 'letiiin im, foot -
east end of 'leu land, J liv would: I inn \\0\11 t""rIII. live 'fur 11111' I 1.1. i I 11'1 I t. -emnd' ui ,' : .
: troll I Ihe shotildeis, of I l.e I Heiil.- iiipia.u) I; full I !tt'i', I Ihe" i.istoin I I '".' 11 t't, uji-, I" If... same' i -i o\ "-i |lug iii>. .tanreMI
told bow to M'cuuIn' In, ,, ,,111,.1111'' dMld I "nt 111/ 1.1 \:1: t I't ini' > M HI-S. ,tinniHviniiini. ""n. 1.11' I
: i.i.. i'.ii laiii.ei-i. The jiiuwer of cot-' I" ,In. i ams lui > >.: rnvhulrs. 11101. the. I'.iilniinN ,".IJI, j ,1)i toi ,, i it 5:1; I, miles! inHi 1'' ..1" ., 01 C"lf"llSI"
r "" ,,11 fed, ant all I. niul I one' fur ni <|nitliil t t The
i u. nrrt t ,11 hK H.nljiet" in I the! open'( lnunK., and, II ornut i the hilinanth. i,7 of thuanioiini 1 I nnlless ,
l' |1" : oI I i ( ]n r li'iit I I. ;i'.i and willjejins I
He at once ji ft Shiuirn, foi' I'll l ve. ballnis nil! t nail I 01 is ol I ihe woild I In cn.ier. Iniwivei. I ial ail HitlHrial I ] fertilirii.. "'Oliii] iisinii 01 tilt M piuMil.le i hum- alt 1i" (1'1'' i l li\, ,
Ii land. He was 111111(- .
,, 11I.lllIlfllIIII"I'\t ofiiiiiin. -
lienefii I lie ( ,
-o lull rOtc-s' Hinivpllhli laitjs, i i .
1' \lle phosphates I I he mini uh.i toted, TIM a< t1uiit tnt ciinteoer i'.I.' IIII-.i .,1 Ill'rll.
la watt 1..11,111 the II he spoilt d 'iit' ', |
) mal < MILLIONS fUll bOUIHEKN I .
Ih" n .jiibllrnn" pnity of use In l rl"lllln'( ; 01 i'i-. eaiths.t LOLLEliES. -,'Il. on his call.' lie, I, on
'to Ilillfilel the del.M'
plans of his sons laptui-s: lie wouldnever . in set 01.1 < e. ; ,
lath. p.'iy a lna\j tax UII'y pound hit ]Inul'
i lav. j-tone. !1,1)
see lilthiul 1I ,1I111. Ills exp> Im d.llk IIltl Peabody Fund Distributed ill 'tcn for I lull d"iiiainh I. d Mhnt t !, I ten jeaisbe alA
and l I" I k
comes ac
I. H! il that is i : liiB ink k. i-ljito nit dtll'1] ; chl- .
;rience at Abhtubulji. n-i\ed ;.lblUIl. 'forl. < the Muiic larhl' 1 University. Tennessee. i i't'-i' 11"1 1.f u>, .iniu.( Hie III : | nntiihutiints 1
glasiiware: ; "
11..1 nawori1 : .
Ing. inaiiufBi till. t'l. :111. Thus he sell 111t paper I New \ 01K ('Its -'Ihe, ) UiiMiii'' i,.1| ,tit (em ,tin "t'iI', 'I 11)lhllIII"/: ,atlUUdte !liuuit-t't( it I l solely' for I their .
1fevent<< to a andy sloiu ; I UK 1,1. Inl.n.lce Ihe I so Itt dl-aureed, lIKIllll Of \\ illlnni 1.. Stone' sold, In New York '
flee 11,111 t anti: buys in aPt .. | 1..ll'ddI'IIOI: flI"t.,1 lo -
u east end of Clevelandlth( him h" .11 Ilt' have production* I ; ami /ll.I ttlt.. h V,| .I.I. dim ibule, .. ,i-otll'ie.' llll t Illlt- ,Mfeis In the ('(tthit'rs. City recently for $S 7'nltlunieh it
(uI4'" ( ( '" Not 'nnl rite oi, taiifetli' soda.nljlllUe : il. Himi" 1.111 1.
1111".1 <
? carried $1",""". exjieulns thai II I..i' 111; .111 /h not Sh.iri., ttlvni! we had ci'iitnine'I oulj tw eiity In _
then- nut been lifted, lilt ad- o soda In eukes. anminnla.siiljihute 111'11111 lu $ .;1'\1.' ( t lather tl.aulo Uull1
11111111 | ; Kail\; tho all liirliiiliiiK the .. .
: (ill'
t would be demanded of him llu rer 111ftllst alil:1
; have- placed c int nine (ilcjiiulliiK! IIIll1(1'111" : I cines" 1)1'1 of ammonia and s-ulplmt of > 1.11 IIHlnr
| was met by u woman! who .di'tuihd UIOI \% aL. h( hi 011 ) 'U > earn :aarcd ilniK hanll\ mine ihnn. milo' iuph In
dl--io\eri I d t the innof ll.c-'tiind tiit''oiltgt's I"
I liiu-l mi
r, 1,1 t i I lt I) u } pro mat liinerv i In mannfnrUne 1101 in
(*1 to him the tmns of i the K-lili.iiic I iIT""With"ft i-: Inlfiirl.nnwn fill)- cupper u..e of Ille c-OUIltl\ to t tv.enleiirs.. situ I the six\ who'rp thesnme sale], I letiei, lo Jnlui' ( '"n.r -
( -ns textile Indiisl .
it prlntlnc.pie.cions
_ _ 11 the eagi rnes.s: of a diMim t tedBy "nwr"I'rl".t. .. is ; all \1111 fur a flist--_rew w/rdct! > Adnms' ; $". uhlle), I lluee letters
a ,
lii.- Is now being nllf. fine noni-s, nioilur of was \ciKd to < )oo tot
I .
parent Whllla ugu-ed to thim in.5 .- Ilonl' I 11$11" t or Kntlii, I ifuiil 1 H I Hit-l !, sold?, for
M-I ) line aitlile of cotton good.look- liourl, nnd iloiks nul| t Peabcjd} (Cul'e' e "" : lit' "lf'10 11111"1"
mediately<< l Dill) paid the inone' '> I Half, iiiiich sill, aifd in largf1Iv jioarlp 0111. lh"I" \111, t h" juroiH \\011.1 tail 1 "-11\ $', $1 I.L''i and JI ;.D u iPfprrilMI'tteit. h Two
II'1'1'' ) wiitclu :", excel'' ihrounruettM'* Jililll- \usliville. artiliniPil \\ ih
an bour later he i leiuinf.l I to 1 hitollenden 111. pnrirhi.e !; ; "II. 11 A I" i ,-* Ir,1 w awho hf1 out' for , (< .'.liinnA 1:1;, 1 Itt hnnijliiilieni '
In oilier lo anil famv arlieli's. fentliers. of (I'm ii-l.-t. of Tennessee." ol!
'} I Hotel ajid awaited deu I l.pxnenta. \\HII 11"r' |I JL qulnal. n is knoun' fl'OI reniaik I i.h $1 l r.'ii, | | i t''rIll'
/ I ma.iiifiii, liner" and to 1111'lllr taxtlie horsi'hair: niul bll lull's 1.1"
al* |III" jL'.tillll.iieo( (' It ill| |0dit J i-ui. inaniouni.i ,
1111 b t the that hewan
1\"rhl'.I.1 > i Ifs ] tins
Illliui .
of the ] tlljt | tin-
pl'OpIe( ( lint "II.q\.lln
I lliasni iornoiihelnntlni !
1 Articfl17 t ai.y | a'.iuul: nlheri
provides ol $j/.i/ "uu 10 ,
t S .1 I itl'I .
,' Fully 2,000( |ieojile) /gathend ia I tinhallways iioiiiii" eil i lull hei It will
t en laid on I Ih'Ui'" goods. ; to I llif hirlit<' fduos( uf t tli<- !i ecylk 41'.. 'in the s .null ; I (af'I' rllll.h
< John hurried I I" I
and lobbies o'f I the hotel. 1 Sharp lu all ,
hoi-e has theirpie : tiuttfri in c-ar.: tear
(Collon 1111.1 neutral 1'
_ Thoae who were unable to K'-l;' into I ul'I tm e. i.nd 1.,1"1. tax on it. al-! (war'1101alr- 1 COUld may be on ma.11 h"L a a pnonerit I -WASIT'TAX UN-LIQUORS. honi-e when" he heard! of .11 v'rd"l., ,i-offi'e tt- Nit1, t! free Thl.:11 _itp1JLt'JA11U 41

I the hotel btood on the bidcwitUs and\ I h bi-eji: greatly! Iniieiised. \. < and wni soon t'I Hom-icil w-i I Ih. < ) ' ,- , -
I III!: I too high : ( \\ar. thoiifib biI'o Irlw..I1f
I -" .
'Bhouted for a gllmpsu of I the boy enieii'.lU 1'\1'1 tll'. 'Florida, Business Men -Want Raise In ndiiinii artil iliHr-rmtnsfl is iit' 1110 lit .1 ,,
I ( () goods( al u mOl e i'--- "I lr.lni? 'the V< ..<-1. This 11111I:11"111. hlv
Again and again they called his i.unu i used' Hiaii l aiiy ciiTIer. cTass: of irlniiple' lo the HtMtiKlo( tii-' Revenues. Se\eial. 01 h'r. liad been KI lit for l'I't linn In/el t thai; I h''ufl..1 ,' jnirIITH -

_____ 1, and implored) his father to I bring him I not dsby thitziiahsts of the AmericaiiI.00111e. ken 1) I lie'onfoln"Uiii tell RluI.< >n In thE famous Apaluthlcola. FIa.-At a mecilus of anti 1 elfplo/H'l! hat they ould comeus i will be required ( (10 th" .

out and let them look ut lilni.' Whltlu and every cenr of .duty laid and Sjidcll cases the Hoardof J'radeol: Apalachlcolk' as aul.omobllcb ludi.brln dining cay_ ut ihe ..reduemu.of.nnypas'-"' -
,acquiesced to the request of the lapol during I| : them. In a few moments,,Vali [
additional tax hengcr'ac ll.noexcifpt wln-n lhi(
on tpuchfabrics' Is an hlLe civil! warVh'tt thesot men the; followingresolution/ was-adopted-' nny ,
- I ,crowd, and carrying his boy dn,.. hlfl en the people least able to 'pay It. fi-om the BnltIshFtamer Trent.'VIOtallln ."Whereas, .the deliclency In the 1 1treasury i I ter O. l'arniir. arrived 'and'slgned'' fornbc cache c10"ld for the flIght and brIng ,J.,7
shoulder walkl-'I1' down Into the lobbyMounting of !he United Stale ,re.1 t ('Offee.or tea to the.IJ8"1 enper lt.., :. _
_ _ a rained platform In the ; Cue Cause Cl Race Suicide KJIlLD.WRQ\GJlAN. ?.,;_L: ?' qulroa4mtdditloaialtiax' ,t'to ti'medy'nnd'L f,( 'IUI Jjjm .!lra.mlllon:tor.I 0 t-hnrpev'"Pltlbug"tneru of the road ,' I
center of the lobby.\ Wbltla gave. C\\ -" .'. "Wh.teas, I mon,? .i he K. Caldwfll ?a". It found th' t ten andoofOv
; Juxurlea and h'P'
If,. cry ono "a cbancotosee'butnruher. Cblcasonil? "Are" women's organ- Confessed. to' Murder-Was to. Be ties later signed for $23.000 on each I are provent4vi-H for heailinii's -
suicide?" Paid not nele; IIUea. pay tills hohd and. H. I It.t Chal'iurn ami (' \V
t 'and aon.I :;--ation conducive to race $20. 1 t due t tu Tlte
-rhereloio be It"Resulted
I I'. .Crles .of ""Speech! ""Speech' : caused -I,ITI.s: Is the question which. is ajjtat.tif : nnrnll1 S ("-A resuU of a tax. Atde-sii for $2.511 each oncnrh rntlriuiil, eonipaii'IIIJla.' iltiLtiot' gi't more
Thai of
.' a lax jn cents bond Thin makes thl' t tulal honds I
Whllla to fewuidt.. Club thoinuie mail by Quit- (
say a I the CliliaguVonians Ilarllll" 'onp""loI I' than I is "" luiek -it not liii log
,t' ThIs Is He was Ion I and Mrs.Ifeiiiy Johnson who I..nllwn. i-on- per<< UJul (uri whisk und/ pei in ( nses, Jl in.'iOO.(( although onl> .1"
> my son. I ) hdll I a CO\ I by man $ 1.011 I I t Hit| ; i .n ,e of MI. Initnt. passi -
Is found agaJn. I If I live a I lhuusnut; I I -llnd. \. ho asserts that \l-K'd of the murder of Perry: t''b..n'lasl burIal on h"(1 1. levied ulit 1 sutflcicnt |:." was asked.Tl. n. i i"> ,11

: years I never can do enough to it- I I'tiieif; Jle- no tibu that thei November. Chester Kennedy wasarrested I M'venuv has been u'rl\Ct to Hun automobile I'am. up:' a __ _ ,_ .

pay the. press the police) and I the ciieaknB: of I machinery len\III/ In a moet- at (the home of his father, provide for the- deficit"Kissing little: later the party was whlileduway Wai..hngtoa.'l'lio ,

I J people who all have done noble woik i c.f is. ilislix-siing. To one near here lo the Bradford home I I bv tlio
women Spreads t ) t tea cut t I'nlt-
In helping to find my boy Slit! III extending : > Johnson, admitted killing I'ssery. 'orlts - - 1(10'1. ,
I Is .
;. "Ih lininature ner\es It positively ' |I.d l 8'11' ( to the s ('alth!
their 'sympathy to me uud'my ihniperoub. Urandmothers nilddle- and said Kenne )' had hired him .and( Ithaca. X. C.-The girls REPLICAUFCLLRLMONT.. i I t that comes out of .(he mines cneryiar.
and relatives." erdlnand Grubbs. who was convicted "of Vells Cajugua) .
family ) on Litlst .
ased women I. "whose children have Cole Contract Let the Facsimile ofFulton' > almost etaKK<'iK' belief. 'lucyliow'
Tbe father then' sought to induce j: with JOhIROI. to kill a man named near lucre, of Hiilutlng olh'er withklKsiK for ,
that U
< and mature woonjen. 10cl ,!the child, U fax a few voids in response -. II'U\\I'h ij fome> worldly. unmarjjed experience. can Holland and that he.. find Intended Is said 'lo" have* been responsible Steamboat.New iint- Iniiidiid working 111 In

to ''the crowd's demand( but. I I. "land. II. but gills contemplntj to kill Holland but had shot Pt'sery for the spread of tonsilltls whuiicaused York City.-The officers of the the United Slates it. enKatfd; ml'1 In mining
frightened Willie began to so instead Johnson said hit andGrubb" Hudson-Fulton celebration !
cry the closing of the college (arm "- the mines '
and motherhood should yet produce<< snore than '
I the assemblage cheered him again ,j matrimony were to receive $200 for the There are 17p, girls at Wells and. line aba have let the contract for building I j liuii.uoo.uoo( ( ( annually If the other

11\:aDd desisted' In its efforts to maku I In- kept) away. killing. the young women<< of any other college the replica) of Robert J'lon'sCle'lont. working ""oll., produced as much .

Ji;; him.speak... I the are wont to each other to the S tat en wiallh A<
) the
" _ _ _ Boll Weavll Society Organized.Baton frOMEN' WORKERS. greet prolorloliatE'ly as ininet'sthey p
Company' \Voik already
MILLS affectionately with kisses every buiding his would be producing every<< year

MAY, nOSE STElL Rouge La.-A charter has World-Wide Conference In Chicago In time they meel.ASk' begun on the facsimile of the Drat In the country twenty-two times as ,
been filed for record hero bearing the boot to steam up the Hudson.
much all the
an gold and silver
___I UnIesa Business Speedily Improve, UenevolentAssociation. ) September dot 30 Cents. The Clermont with the replica of mon
name of the .
Boleevl $1,9f; ey In the entire world. .
Alabama Plants May Stay Idle. Chicago 111.-A world-wide confer clr'ulaton
J' designated Hudson's "Half Moon which .Is he-<< ---
New York City.Tn.'lIl1ed States omcer ence of women .wage-arner to dlsCUBS Atlanta, Ga.-Though! lie sugd the ,1, Ing .built by the Dutch In Holland The battleship Kearrarge arrived

Steel .Corporation has decided (that Iu the charter as the past grand their economic status and suggest .Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph will be thv center of the great naval at the<< Philadelphia navy yard to bo .
boll the boll ,
.Unless "businessspeedily lniprove. weevi. grand remedial letdslatlon Is to beheld Company for 1999, W. M. JenJclna parade which will start from New thoroughly overhauled "Althoujsli the ..

they will; close down the principal I[ t.IP.IC .master cotton In Chicago .In September. The of this ('it'. West End was York and Newburg on Friday I K ai surge had more mascots than any

plant 'of the 'fellnes tee Coal .and '\iuim t master creeping w rn and plans were laid at a meeting of the awarded only 3O cents by the Jury. To to convoy these two other<< vessel<< 1 In the battleship fleet,

;Iron Company at Ensley, Ala., on I the master ('OtOI bug. it Is proposed to executive board of the National "'0' Jenkins brought his suit on the little easelS (here will 'be fleets otAn.e.lcn I the return with fewer The kangaroo ..

;flnt Of April. The Bessemer. Ala.. i I I igaiuize the society of a benevolent man's Trade Union League ] grounds that the telephone companyhad and foreign warships great goats and bc-ores of smaller anImals

plant of the company was shut down c'laiacler' as Its name Indicates In Women delegates from a number of removed Ms telephone on the and ocean steamships that fell vllm. to the stormy weather

'recently, and, It was stated would re- | Uiose rural districts which have ex European"countries are to wrong day. and as a result be lost bave evolved from awkward the encolnl'r"d. while the

1.ID idle until business condition 1: "ceilcnced, the ravages of the boll weeI attend the convention exp"ctel I ole days Ube uf it.SPEAKERCANNON. little steamboat. J"lon's bear had to <(8Iap of hlalondnesu

,i showed material Improvement.TIJBERCULOSISAMMi I vll. for the officers' clothing.

Slf-AEKONAUIS L T. I KISSES COMMISSION"LIBERIA.. The filendly smile and broken ac-

| I1VDIANS. Navy of Germany.Berlin. ( YOUNG WOMAN HEROINE cent of Majorgone Charles l.oh'l havepresident's
Human Ha Seen the II Shutter and B. I ISecret..y
No| Being Big I O. Ogden, Washington's from the door. Ever '
; Dle I. Rapidly 'Exterminating the (G'rmany.-II view of the Airship Since it Hoe at Los Angeles. \\s"hlngton. C.-\'len SplalerCunllol Named I
since (JiiiiitHSu ,
McCann time
presented Mary more thpn
; Few Indians assertions Jfa8
; made in I the Dritlbb house
it '\ D. C.-As the buffalo of commons that Geiniany ill Hie Ls Angeles. .lul-F"or more than with the sll\er voted her by Washington LJ. C.-The commissionthis I years, the old soldier has been -
Fix who
.-vanished from the great weatern spring of 1912 would hove seventeen ascended bOI's In frlt'ld"the balloon "America"men dingiest; for sa\lng nine lives in theUen..ral government wi send to Liberia (lie onlunl! Kuaid aj the executive'soiice

'. plains, so I. the red man., gradually l ; warships all of th'O of the big guntype have been wlth'out word of or Blocum- cUFtreter, he pinned to investigate conditions I : Ittrt and a host of prominent

'disappearing. :! through thravages oftuberculosis. I the nayy authurixes slightest knowledge of Ih"I.he fate UK' ipedal on her walK and then imi I11.lblcy i wih!: a view lo recommending a pos m"l \hu wpre glad to call them-

the statement that.In the autumn of .he kissed her. "May jour.iiibe i iiiuieabe sible Improvement In the managementof sell\1 lila friends will! hearof his
that has overtaken the
<< Intvepld aero
t... TO save the Indian 'race extinction 1912 German will have thh'I1 buch nauts. :.Au far as Information goes, ." hitaid.FtcERCHANTS I I I that go>el'lml'lIt. will be comiiOBt-d rctjrement with genuine) rE'grl'1 Soveial -

by this dread disease Is the great task vessels no human bcnm has eaiuhl sight of SIGN COMPACTNOT it was announced of Robert C. "PKdin yearn ago AIaJi Loeiiler. HII I
-whlch officials of the bnreau of -- captain, in theregular
; Indian -- of New York City, J. reached
the huge gas bilk since It IOHI above Emmel ulnr
Affairs has undertaken. Loulslsvllle Burned TO SELL CIGARETTE ); seci lo T. \VashiiiKton I the use of I.IlrI"III. bil :
Ky., Depot the park enclosure in sight: of u.OdtierHons : (01. clary rUjokiT P\ ldlnt
i* There will be a Concerted effort on > Decutur, Ala.-The business 11'1 of and \4lorgan Sinister Hoimevelt, ,'h. had become miic-h at-

the pa/t of all connecled' with the IndIan l.oulKlh. Ky_- -lly hue destruction The belief ttiut some' trnple fatehas ''I... Iilefa'" of /'OWI Creek. 26 ll was al fIrst Intended lo appoint laohed I lu hll and disliked the idea
for the removal here at a loss of J4oi'). service of thecauses Dec-aur InlereulPdHiiniSHlf
} wc'Bl are
1 ) t the \\ ho farmed thelarty ld making Hooker Washington a member of rue Ii. .
depot the local terminal live of !.al1 n11 in
of for for ( matter and
tuberculosis education led to t the foiiiintlon of \'ill on Illa..1 tts All the business 1'0111..101. but It was stated hero secured

lathe measure of prevention and for the country's ehi.f railroads. l lsuia'. many toHof his expeditions, Into \ al'lol" lul..el low n hue agr.tu not that bis usefulness could] be )put to the |iasi. ge of I bill through eoligrsstIi

.systematizing the care of patterns afflicted I \ lhl&' will probably l b"lIell b) I new Ports of the Sierra Mud/, .Mountains. ,u. 1,111 any more clsaiellua.I better ud\antage In this country liii permitted I I )Itoeffler to remain Inactive

:. with this disease. union stulloii.Mafia __ _-,_i'tj_. 1 t service -' --
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HlZIMf KILLS BOY. '-ORSET-NOT'MAN-S Owing to the placing the
on retired
(GUNS. Threatens American STER" 'SEKf
BLOW Consul WOMAN'S M lift of a number of mules ; In '

l'a.erUI. llulj --\V. 11 II.hol. Stdejtrung, Up .by Ankles to ar' New York City.-Miss Elizabeth A. Bel.e\e. Black Hand Can Be StampedOut the Jttliniisn Canal construction 1.01 an / _ ',

Conspirators Are Being Shot to Bits American consul here. ( ret-flveil Sapling. C. White, the recognized Oracle onutatters by Education. ordir has been given iu
Iw.-ltd'- .
|i t. Dally by Ameer.P't letters Ihn'al"11111 his life and Indianapolis lad.-Tho outhorlte' of women's dress, told more HOle. Italy.-Kins Victor Emman States tu purchase fifty l 1-9 assist
British India. It ID ot
Peshswur re- White county have '
Ing lecelved J. 1'ierpont Morgan 1 He In the of the elongated corsets at the Nearly ,
blackmailing << session
[ported that 1,200 arrests have been<< named Charles Stlntson .
a youth Is
him even male than th"y uf Dressmakers' AssOciation appealedtovthi' > financier to cooperatewljJih1)ir l half of t the mules now In survive .
I made at Jellalabad Afghanistan, In jull..h dead aa a Result of hazing by fellow '
( If he in In a to hIlt\ an to have over I three years of
connection with the plot recently dlsI .Id 1CI oailo v Hho1 I .
I covered to murder the ameer, (the aiclllan criminals who seeka alleged the ny master of woman." said Miss White.Conceited 111 Wall street look I favorable \lew

I belT apparent and the other raem- refuge In the United States or It the ankles hazer to a Ilr\g near tile 'man thinks he Is the mas j Tlie King I 1 loading In a movement of president 'I'tt's message and

he continues to caui ihe Italian police trr. but the whalebones and steel lo (establish nlgltl} Jscnoiils for Italian tdiowed<< im appreciation by '
|ben Of the royal family. According: school building and left him hanging Ire marking
i adTlces hatches -prisoners are be- to an eat persons suspected or long that he died Several teachers really<< the masters of woman's health, I emigrants In the leading American prices" tip to the (best of the seasonat
having been In the plot against Lieu- 80 and arbiter cities. Ho believes<< that education about the time( of Its
a:.. I. blown from the guns dally.Jie of the White school had been her beauty bile of length > publication. -

_( and may interfere. taken steps to protect the consulate I quicker than anything else. brevity of the message. -' -

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( .hint' say something _.___T-_ _

' .t- ha5'2..52SC>. :!' 5'a.5'2Slri' Jewel; aa he so often called me, and;' I 5ffZWG t

.--". hesitating "I listened.: I knew it was Do no1J suffer '

, ,. .. eliameltil but .1: coulj not resist JcwQRTH KS1OWING _
> \ fi""",, "IJ llfl, ____
i\ ;
. \. ? seyor s
; -S with
:t\ ffj / ' ooosioe> oocoboo:' <3o What: struck ma. wag that he offered ._ : 5 ,
la: not to t wondered
." . ITO away, *eg me Headaches

:I' (t;.. ,:" 1Lmber!!!; \f.. clI what !sort bt niau you cpuld( ba' Seven Vermont Legislators refused ,

'-I\\ ,. { JL .to need such an assuranceM \ !l.-' "' to take their increase in salary and' when

.' oo rnI "What could you have thought ot left U'In the*State treasury .

I t.' :, .m ': \ .f. Mys'te < i jcnJe: ?" cried Glynn. "Can you ever .' : .., I L'\

cy. '?" .. -
forgive my insane Wily Ipr.el'I1I..ber: presenled at Benttle. 1

"Oh! I didn't mind! These plans by an elhtblt of brifss! --warci, ________________________

I :;: uty !IRS. ALIXJ\NDE1!: 1 bt marriage are often made ,by carved woods. llneiii 'bnd silks. I

thoughtful parents.: You hardly knew ..-- \

I J"' :.;-::!.; l.;; 2.$2.! =- .s ins then it would have been' follsh In the River Lek, :Holland and It-. C'V

I .': ," '; t---__.- .....--------- IJ to 'agree to what might not hayd; been connecting! canal to, S jI
l/1:/ \ CHAPTEr: 1K: 11.r. What aji e extraordinary 1lece-oJ' suitable. I did not dream, ot marry. trnfilG-amounts to over C0,00yye
I r.> ,: ,-'- omtnll -- ---- -J-4v14o\1l1cljI+'-;.eJfcl.ftj fttQ1'yIU'r: -" '-'-'- -rn gyouy 01'S81/11-n-:1.-tlt '1\ "tOOt--:: *Ttf'1'e: 'j.f.Y. 5. iia.4"

t' "It'corroborates the effect\: of your "Old 1.1 (
: suggested Gltynn, more {
take theproposi
, I pretended to I 'Will
ton of giving! 3ier an to }) l"'lng 'into daughter's, rei.ia.-ltable likeness to her charmed than ever with her sweet, If each Individual;, In New York -V ur-YOU* -t

L.i------" -ttft41Iera1! InThettYOueftiie4ftekr -; friotlier.. "There la a providence...thai\,!. .gcava ,lnillcly.| \| end44ui eetlng4o-kles-- -C-1ty--cfwttl'mi'-aii-wqnsj--ai'tiozj' of itt The Uvr Id the maln-epriniy fofihovhoio bodvr To expectgood .I ;11

--."- and i played a last card. 1 asked shapes our ends,' said Lady
i "Th re Is no time to be lost In diousty. Is needed. Hcrblnevlll liver in the condition
my BliSlo.:: But ? $1 5O) according to the assessed valuation -. a regulator put your
you to marry mujtlns arrangement that will with .. ' should be and will not Butter from headaches. .
orwouldn't.." some "No, a smile, "not old, but you ,
( ; ( .
'' relieve you -frbm this horrible cojidl- KTaiid ; I cannot exactly express what ,.
i started .. "I dpVt kno", ,
"GI'Y 1ll uji fII
f ho began. . tion of fear and concealment. Let us I mean. I did not want to marry you Plates are 'to lie substituted for '

consultmy lawyer.: Indeed, 1 was-so' taken up with what collection bags at St. Mary's Church.DO'l'r '.f
Lnm- .
"Let mm flnisii, Interrupted FOR CONSTIPATION CHILLS AND ..I
"A lawyer-*-no, no"! cried Lamb father said about ,
berl. "Thothought, canto Into my my keeping away England: nisl/ily; on the express '

f.! mind to hide my darll-nj/ I ran overHo I't. "Th'at would be dangerous." from hie, I that I did not, think much ,ground that so many buttons FEVER, BILIOUSNESS, MALARIA .-
: / l England, teH-firirplK'd! ,: to Mrs.I Kel- ';\yBj ",musl proceed with Infinite about you.'ilI ." have* \>"1.11'found 0. lit tho l latter' AND ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS. '
"bi-3r- "
cant ion. observed Glynn. \\ ] )'oll'thlnk of me now?" exclaimed !
,-. let 10 iiK>et irfp at :a lieigliborrng :
Ing'lI)081L1on\ is a strong on-e; If we Glynn. "Iconic at me dearest David nnlJe ', son of William Dai
nnd tola her : of ?
., .' .could get hold Vincent?'.' .. read my heart I In my eyes. Believe Icy, a farniei4 of Uocklt'igham: County, Has Done A World Of Good.

"' 'here Is little chance of I that" me, there' Is nothing III heaven Va., pleaded .
guilty to
"A day or. two beforo (the ball Mrs.Kellotl stealing a hog Mrs. C. D. Philloy, Marblo Falls, Texan writes: "I have
said Lambert. "If I could only be a above or earth beneath, that I 'froni his. father and I
I have ever
sentencedto liver corrective
;: down at her brothers. place. mod llerbino rtnd find it Limo bent
\\aa laid up 'with a severe cold nnd, sure my precious Kl ie were safe. I desire your love! two and a half years, in the penitentiary. tried It done mjz family as well as myself a world of jrood.

S was waited on by a faithful olil sr- "She Bhall come and stay with me, Elsie grew A little pale. and f reoomm'nend"It to all my frlendb. I uover suffer Xrwn

cried Lady Gethln. "1 am half frightened' at the idea. headaches anymore." ,';
' alit who was partly in her confidence -
"That would bo gplng Into thelion's I It Is not good; for yon; It l is not wise. Chief among the natural richer of 5UC WILL BUY IT.
u nd let no one else\ Into herVOOlfl .
Jn'cv, -said (Ii yna. "This is my of you ; though: I cm Ignorant of the Asia Minor are the vast forests which
: whereas) I In I the night she had
I plan : I have loomed to love your world, I know It nijist bo bad fot any rover'the interior of the mountain
Hlippwl) out of the house and walkedto Ballard Snow Liniment Co.
the nearest. stat on. whL"'e! she dniiRlitpr <(11'1 I still consider hpr) mall to marry n girl who has been rangpi of the counlry. In the Vila

let me tr> and win her: Hind let us all obliged to hide away as I have been ;yet of Smyrna for example there are Second St. ST. LOUIS MO.
r. <'au ;ht I the first I train for. London and dnrk'Hill' 500-502 N. ,
koei; I she Is my wife. -who is surrounded with mystery l.GOO-000; acres of valuable woodland <;

I . -Hine ihrouKb to I'arls bringing: wlihher Ilamberl stretched. out bis hand' to and fear. and whn could never, never- S _________l_>_mr___>r___ yt..tai "KHr'l 8ilBBBT ______
"nJlr"\dl' > clothes to
some <
: grasp' ) Glynn's; be 'Iriod to speak) In forsake her dear fathQ even forou
dress KlHlp! I 111. I did iiorwarn myjewel Llnc'I
t vain, and burtt Into =4 fit of hysterical > TIme nrlllsh Income tax Is not only S Sold Recommehdcd by --:-

i 1. lest_ she_ should betray, anyun- -\vvIng. S SS 1 "Even for me! 'then J'o'u love me a' the heaviest. but the hardest, most!
f easiness, but at I IIle last moment I For :Sale at ROBERSON'S DRUG STORE. ... ::
"Moreover\ continuedGlynn polcmnly little;'Elsie? Inquisitorial In th'e world The three- .
m.ido I her promise I I loeonie )home from -.5 /I' .!
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"I promlne. that if Dee-ring!; "1 do! with a slight!; sob "I love year leverage having been done away, .
the hall-llot to to !Madam's.. This
resigns! his bold attempts nt revenge, your for your loyally and goodness a mRn' now Is. assessed on his profits
between ourselves KISSIMMEE j
I r m> love of mere wealth shall I Induce to m)'. father. I love you"-she or gains during the year of assess I IsrouiiNa
r "Then I Ilwt her. and took her into
me to open up I the question! ; of Elsie's stopped( and added with gentle; sotemnlty ment. '
the kitchen of theeni. |>Lx eta Be: !hI<*- '
parentage:: 01' your past life. -"for (W ul'sl'lf." Yielding to
I low us I had t to c'nntrl've to get hold '
I /' The sound of her father's sobs Ills passionate embrace, she rlunfc to An !apparatus Is belhfi' ; built I In rh.tUadelphla :RIVER ROTJTE.BTRAMER .
'ot 1 h.; \\ ,She) WHS terribly startled
- brought Elsie lnu> the room. and I him and burst) Into a tit of wild weeping for a coal mining and navl-
but I .made her bellpve her hidjiiR!: .
br.ok: off thc conversation.I I that surprised ami disturbed him. gat'lon Crimps that! will, pick up 7''
eRsentlnl 10
\\ :m my Kufety. .
5 5 S S 5 SIs "I hope I it( III not wronj to let you love canal boats, lift thrill sixty feet Into LILLIE STEAMER: HOSEADA
< : ,1 l lu>r clijIlieH nnd, t tried! to eat S ,
. "It. altogether! the most eMr.iordlnnry In C." she murmured brokenly ; "I I dou the air and dump\ ) their contents Into 5- Captain Clay Johnson, Sr. Captwn Clay Johnson Jr I 7ft
..Miniiihlng.Ve! valteil until I heuidthe <
ron"\1," I ever heard of." >t know. what Is In-hind, and If wo a storage' pile, a wharf or Into another .
S concierge. J.CJlnahont. for the I Regular vcekly trips' to Basslnger .-. mild Lady (; 'ihimi. lii-n llj
\\ mi calleda must I'art-- vessel. .
J S S danger UIH: In iiiK 0111. I hail nee, and arrives Kisilmmee
"K Friday evening. I
few( da>a. after I Ih,'.,(' e.vcltlnc; dlsfrlohiiiev. I "We never shall unless by your .
brought :Mrs Kollett In wltli m> .obeo and Fort Myre on Ole LUlMk
i "Suppose I take KlhlealMnud : life. After of
I sprC'la"Ish) my own. my I a year prohibition in Atlanta -
Ill<' niulit III'forlk soon JIH t tho bou.-e Comfortable accommodation for
Ratei rsa.onabls
with mime anil, you follow You know everjliilng I and, you shall know the Constitution'reports, that passengers 'c1-:
W.IH hlnit. up. xo I hut 110 \nice( but The molt picturesque Waterway In Florida ..
can be liuurkil" quietly and '\! evM-ytbiiiK' by nnd bv. ,Will I l you not arrests by I the Atl.-inta police decreased 1
mini1 was h"al'llh"11 t the 41)10( ierue For Fuicnger and
shah 0.11' lingers' at l"eriuig." I mill( and trust jour father! and me?" KX10; the fines collected in Freight apply to ,.\ ';f.

Ukk"II.'ho wan thertVeII, they "Ye ii must, remember I have 'n"l "I will," she returned, and lynn the recorder's court fell" off $34,350and CLAY JOHNSON 8R.. Proprietor. d(

S got out exiu-tly as I that thief of a detective yet been 1I'e1,1"I) I have not even felt her "I will" was equal to an- the fines worked out In the S On board. "Ullle,," JQ .hnm.; .., FU_ .
- while the
guessed colnlcrnewin
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tried my chance other's oatii. She disengagedherself streets were less by $10,358.:: -- '
the Thev' vaIked FKMIXIXK: -N E\\'S NOTES.
at qnltlly I-
S pump "Pray do not lose any more I I from his arm<\, and stood for an 1.I In- --' ItIb''V'I-TlES.
uluug'ovui- the d'Alma -
Tout I .J'
u wouli never be such u fool as torefuse slant with clasped hands In silent, Ono of the most destructive as well II
where I t l hey got rid 1 of the ballillens I Columbia defeated Yale at sockor Miss Anne Morgan will open a restaurant -- '"1(
you. hl'3 erful thought.!: flynn waited till us one of the most 'offensive pests .
In the
. iinci, ni-ar'tlie InvnlldOB took n Ollrr: ; football by a score of & to 1. 4
"Tlianks for the compliment she stirred and then I taking her'hand, .that afflict time planters of India Is '
The wife of J. Lawrence Mott liveda ;
tlius they got off by tho first tinln.. High powered automobiles are loo-
drciid the conipllrntlons wlilch wouleimue \began softly to explain (to her the the red, I cotton btg.( The insect has of terror with Mott before "!
"Onre laluN'd In Kimliuul If she refuses me! necessity. of speedy marriage and been reported as a cotton pest fromevery lea. having him adjudged Insane. 1
, be. next to I Impo"lhl Ie I to t truck I th'>II1. "
1 I InLondon, ihe.v went I lo a Iad( 's C. L. Becker won the annual Rolf
> i >ou I w{;iil 1 ll l not refuse j jI Is detected the
- you wc I' at once. This Elsie demurred by offensive odor. tournament of the Pinrhurst (N. C.) Kentucky, was painfully' Injured ida
nc-liool nt ('llIphllll1'pi\ l by a cousinS *
: n young lady to ; she could not leave her fat her. club. f runaway accident near Frankfort!! ..
Mi-n l Kellett'n.t t where Elsie' WIM; togo
S Olynn la.tighed.\ nnd thengrave. < Jrr' "Let Ira go and consult him" said A thermometer valued at $10,000Is \Vejst Point defeated Cornell and I Ky. -S C
as a 1,111'1"'l'llhOIlI I salary. "I rather that of 1 Tho of Vaud In Switzerland *i it
wan annoyed f'R- GI nn. Johns Hopkins University, Columbia In a fencing meat atV<)at canton

"'I'made 1 up I my mind to do without S I lerday to hear from Mrs. Kellett.! ho "Oh, yes; I have forgotten/ him too Baltimore Md., the finest In the Point. has given the women members the ;

letters I for iiionilib. only one I must. Is eta> iug nt her rousin's KchoClapham. < lit lonn. Shall we lull: him. that I .saw worldIt Is known as Professor The Naval Academy won a trlangu. national Protestant church a vote ,la

have, to Ktiv oho wns safe; I that was that she Itowla nd's t church affairs __
Is afraid a1c isheinratrht'r' Vincent? thormomcter, !and seemsto .Jarfenciijg) mal<:h frojn Pennsylvania, I
_, r __finL. Xo. -ftJalau ...njimo UL .lJ4illfiar S J - "Xo: (.jerlainly ofThe knowledgewill '1>o absolutely-'correct SQ small and Princeton Annapolis. Mrs. George W. SVIckersham and <

when I journojed to get It. ""'ell Bald Lady Gethln. "f shall not add to his safety, and may are the graduations on the glass that Edwin Slsklnd. ot last year's football the Attorney'General will he perrna-1 J
neatly settled In their
Washingtonhouse c\\
"So I waljed ant "waited never make my preparations for /going Injure him.: He must leave this-.-"-" they cannot be read without the aid team was elected captain of the S In 8hteeath .treet '

writing to England except: to Mrs.iTe.Xe1leUS .' abroad;, and you go and setth//things S. ""He .Is very safe here. The house Is ot a magnify'Ingglas.- FordhamA 'Varsity basketball team. S The, Equal: : 'Franchise'- ; Societyin" .;;

; nov* and then, letters composed with Elsie and her '' United States' Senator Bailey declines '.Ji
fatherDy the really our, \ New' York City, challenged the f.'
A'l\:; for Inspection; never 'emitting ., to'' nominate trotten .In the
{ way, have you found out hvhe eseaped '.'Ah! an excellent' plan, .But ome League for Civic Education of Women :1.\\

, f< ,money; .waltlnpr, watching" ; ,:for..., a ,:.fronttholv.Btoani rwKerai\"in-; ; toyours: fatber--.wG'? mustconsult l r 1'NAlOF.WmIE, WJUTERS. Keneucky ',Futuritr tinder three .InJIve to .debate'on .the suffrage question 'JIP

\ ch'ance'i.ot'II"em1ng--to', go:" back. to ,cent absolutely saw him ey route lor him." .'-" .- "" ", ." 'V'w' system.' .-, S but the invitation was declined' ,,
America; really'of: joining my Jewel America?" 5 Origin; of "Gc>orpe; Ellot, '?-Why Mrs. Since the Durns-.JI>1nson fight, the Children throughout New York
He welcomed them
and 1 found it at last: but there.: IcanM "By a very clever, dodge. Lambert cordiallyglanc-!; Harrison Chose "Liican :Mulct" Georgetown (College Journal says City were led to more humane treatment t
In 'from to the oth'r.RS If .-
one '
perrreiving her.- has been a revival In boxing In
- aay another word. If It hRdn'thl''n walled and watched he of animals through lectures UD"
till .
found a 1 traces of unusual emotion. Miss Gregg, who Is known as "Syd the Institution.
for this urriilcky Illness, wp'dhal.t ney der the auspices of the Woman's Auxiliary
countryman his
lien Jo AiiHtrnlin about own "I.ambersllll, Glynn, "we have ney C. Grler" chose "Sydney" because Coach Conibear, of the University of the Society for tho Proveni'
> on our way
height and, color
: who ,wish es to go to como to ask It be either Washington crews. wants nn'American
lie lay bark profoundly, exhausted. your consent. I am so might Interpreted) as ; tlon of Cruelty to Animals.
New; York. He
of'lL red "
to thisman's
pay infinitely happy as-4o have won El a masculine or feminine designa Henley" established on "As you knew before marriage that

-- -- passage from Liverpool) If he sie's; you will not withhold( yours. ?" tion. "Grte. Is a Shetland name Lake Washington. your husband drank, you should not

CHAPTER X. would go' minder the/name of Lambert. "My God I thank Thee! murmured and at that time she was much interested Wreslters of the Annapolis team make his drinking ground for a separation

A True Lover's Knot. This he readily agteed to. Lambert. "My child-my Elsie In those' far away isles."C" defeated the University of Pennsyl- suit," said Justice Newbarger'

It was late before Glynn reached \anla by flvetbo'jts to two in the gym. ot New York City to Mrs.Ellen Glea-,
you will be'safo now and I have was Intended to make the name looka
Lambert s hearers were silent fora Garston t Terrace natural naslum at Ann polls, SIn son. So the Gleasona were recoup" '
done with life! surname.
few minutes. Both perceived the When he, reached the door, the spite of various rumors as to ciled. _'-i
Elsie Mrs. Harrison's.
ran to him and putting her reason for conceal-
danger and difficulty of'Ills situation. landlady informed him that Mlssce thu racing season on the Now York Attorneys, process servers and"privale :
arms round his neck kissed him ment as "Lucas Malet" was that she
To Glynn there seemed but one "was very much upset and waitingfor over tracks, It is a fact that the Jockey detectives figured in an exciting 5

means of security to both-ono he him 'in the drawing The and over again exclaiming, "f">o, my "did not think It right to trade on Club hns"cot yet decided on a definite meeting of the Rublnl eln.Club at the

... room. own dear father you -wil) begin life the Kingsley name" lest she shoulddo plan of'actlon, j Waldorf-Astoria; Ne* York Cltr.
was the most ready to adopt. As hiswife moment he entered she flew to him
anew ; the best of It Is to come. He It discredit She therefore chose Tho Marathon craze which has where Dr. Adelaide Walleriteln and,
Elslo would be out of
with outstretched
While he thought Lambert took and tend'erly! held.hands. which he loves )you too; ho will!) help me to the. surnames, her grandmother swept over the country i is .no !longer her friends were ret/used/ ,million' ft?

4 make you happy." ana sreat-granamotner, both womenof confined to root racers. Atlanta hal to the meeting. //

. _f-Si_ seemed to revive. """J\y have you been so long? Elsie left the room and Lambert remarkable intelligence and character had a bicycle Marathon twenty-sit Justice Fltigerald, of New YorK

"If not Inconvenient, I should" like Oh! .L have seen him. lie has fol.lowed more contented than In a long time, miles 385 yards. City Issued a temporary order restraining ;

. to see the ring you mentioned said us here? What shall we do? said to Glynn: "She will be sate in The pseudonym of "George Eger- Twelve boats are known to be under Emma L.j j Chapman, Mr*..

Lady Gethln. ) ow shall we escape?" - your nands."" '. ton," adopted by the lady now Mary construction for the trial races at Samuel J. Kramer and other disaffected

- "Certainly." said Lambert. "Glynn, ""'ho1'' have you seen?" asked Chavellta Marblehead to select the American members of the Rub n telo.
S. "As safe as love and care can Ooldlng-Brlght also springs to meet the German Club from Interfe'rlpc with the fane-1:,
ask Elsie to bring the little despatch Glynn, drawing her to him. .representatives
5- .5- box fronv.tho table In my room." "Vincent!" she whispered. "He make her" said Glynn 'In a low, solemn from family associations. Her moth. boat In the international Bonder tlons of thx club or with its present somcers.

.. tone. er's name was Isabel George Bynon, nr.-lch. ,
; Glynn went to deliver the message; did not I am'sure. -/ -
see m-J, What "Then it matters little about me," and "George Pynon" was her first :_
I and Elsie, who came down stairs )Inquired can we do1111 you not help us?" said Lambert disguise But thro name of Bynon I

anxiously If her father was "I would give my life to buy peace "Suppose you let me see Doerlng had been unlucky; and It was quickly NEWSY GLEANINGS.The PROMINENT: PEOPLE.

S not overtired. Glyiin assured her for you sweetest," cried GJynn\ passionately on your behalf?" suggested Glynn."I dropped for that of "Ege.rton," the
that he .seemed better for the relief declinedto Theodore Roosevelt the guestat
"Give me the right to be mlght-" baptismal I name of her second hus price of copper metal was
of the lowest it has touched in a luncheon at the home of Robert
complete confidence. "I trust we with you to guard you and your baud Under the "distinctive point \
,shall be able to find a way Out of all father! I love you with all my heart "No no, interrupted Lambert bination" of George Egertbn she has about a year.Hereafter. J. Collier. S
vehemently; "none must meddle with the Mrs. Russell Sage Is said to piT
his 'difficulties, "he concluded. English languagewill
and soul; ) Give me a little love In published. nine works since 1893 l
Elsie brought-the box/and placing return! \Ja my own dear wife. I him but me. Once Elsie is away I Mary Ann Evans called herself be taught in. all the public the heaviest tax of any person In the ,
'it will go and see him. If I could get school of Guatemala. city of New York
In his hands in his
looked- tip
eyes swear whether you are or nipt' that "George Eliot" because the Drat I
out I'd gather and name with cadets. The Crown Prince of Slam hat
IS with a sweet, frank smile. "If his accursed. American shall do you no strength I don't was the Christian naiad of Two Japanese cruisers ,
her husband
S want to face that scoundrel till I I have called on a trip to San Francisco written a book of travels which hasbeenublIshed
mind Is at rest, )le will soon be harm. Elsie. beloved ; will you be' and "Eliot" -
have the pluck to stand up to him. was a "flnn, short and other Pacific Coast port In bis native language.Gugllelmo .
better. mine? He grasped: her hands tightly full I
sounding name that matched her
said Italian emigration Marconi, the wlrelea
Oh An Investigator
Glynn, Glynn, I feel as if he
'I am sure he will said Glynn. and 'held her eyes with his, as. if style and story."Tlt-Dlts.. thirty-five
watch Is only
.' : would get the better of me!" ; officials did not carefully I telegraph wizard
"And )you too he added. "you he would penetrate her heart's secret. "You where the country's criminals I years old, as he was born In Bologna
need rest and a sense of security." At first an expression of profoundest must keep up your heart In 1874.

"When I bee. him well I too shall amazement flitted over her face,.,succeeded Lambert, for her .sake. If 'Deerlng J1alloonJnj!; Among the Cloud.. went.Mrs.. Chnrles W. Morse began to ] President Taft walked to and attended

---J be myself again." by a deep burning blush, as knows that Elsie Is, or soon will be, It has been my lot tO'KCertn Arctic -l ell her Jewels'to help her convicted divine service at the New York:

Glynn took her hand and kissed it she shrank back from him. my wife, and that you will not press regions some hundreds of thousands umlmnd. who i 11In the Tombs Maw Avenue Presbyterian Church In

reverently. Something of consciousness "Are you sure this Is not compassion any claim upon him, ha will bo glad of icebergs close at hand and have York City. :: Washington I). C

called the color to, Ijer cheekat ) ?" she asked In a very low voice enough to keep quiet." always believed them to be the wost Coffee dealers said the Impositionof : Theodore Roosevelt consented to

the touch of his lips. and it was "CoJl1p 'sslon? No; why should It "May be so, may bo so. You tell beautiful objects on earth but the a flve-cents-a-pound-duty woij'.d receive the good wishes of Oyster Bay

with a faint, delicious glow 'of hope bo compassion? Do you not feel, d6 Elslo to get all ready to start with clouds of the sky, close at-handy are mean the addition of ,ten cents a in a great farewell gathering before I
Lady Gethln; arid-, Glynn promise me pound to the cost to the consumer. departing for Africa.
that Glynn went back to Lambert you not see that I love you, as. men almost as beautiful. If you mount

S who drawing out a key which hung rarely love?" A curious amused, ono thing-never let her know that above one of theso majestic things Fronts from .manufactureand\ sale -J I The Turkish Embassy .t Washington \ ,

Co his watchcliuin I ohot her father. Your hand on It." of matches for 1908 were about the I D. C., has been augmented by .
unlocked the box. smllo stole round Klsje's. lips and I swiftly overtopping one by one its ,
S for the I members Half! Boy, counselor -
"I promise you, said Glynn samo as 1907. according to two now -
5 After a little search he grave folds and wreaths and If '
produced the "What remembering
a I her eyes'sunk to ground. annual report of the Diamond Match S and Reouf hey nest secretary.,

/ small case from which he took an do'you smile at ?" asked Glynn surprised ly.Another delightful hour with how h'lgh it Is you look down Company. t I I i George; T. Oliver who will succeed

old-fashioned gold srlns, two hands In. his turn. Elslo and see only small patches '
green The autopsy! on the body of Lieu- P. C. Knox Sif/fetary/ of State, ini
and he
clasped and' a bracelet of tiny turquoises "At .your change; of mind. Some was obliged"to go. of earth through holes In the' cloud tenant Joseph Petrosino nsinsslnftfed I,'the United States Senate was called '

I' on each wrist. "There," said seven or 'eight months ago you refused "Before yon go, said Elsie raising carpet below you have a little thrill at Palermo Sicily, proved he as a witness before the Pittsburg ,

-, Lambert, "that la the ring \ took to marry me! her eyes to his wlth a grave smile of Conception how lonely a man was shot from behind and that he 1 Grand Jury. .

from the poor fellows hand after he llnvf do jou kllow7" rlpr! Glynn "tell me your name! I pever heardIt would be falling away down there iv.s unarmed. J. Vela qtlez de Leon, a Philippine(,

had Wreathed his last." fp'lInt; as If the glowing! ,: currents In and I want to know; I want to call and not'being able to Bee the spot Police Lieutenant Peter W. Tlerry. Btirdent at the University of Missouri '

Lady, Gethln took it and sat look- his veins were arrested! and turnedto von b)' some name more familiar than where he mast alight. It !I. a "vafo" head of the staff attached. to District I recently was awarded n Government :

Mr. Glynn In my thoughts." Attorney Jerome office was dismissed !- scholarship In the United State br,
ing at it fw a moment or I two, her Ice. little thrill: however. You know, that I .
"I hope l' by Commissioner Bingham in I the Philippine Government. .
will dearest.
keen black suffused with you am you are not golngto tall Such dizziness -
eyes tears."This "By moans of which I ought to be .. Evans :
called Hugh." New York City.Combinations. Clement A. : corni :
'.' Is indeed a message. from the and am ashamed." aa some persons feel in standing .I General
To be Continued. "for begging! pedllne. n ler-ln-chlef of the United Conyfederate
she said with near great heights on the earth
grave, much emotion."I "Ten me is I Veteranschairman. *I- II "\
., stealing.: fences and gambling -
gave this ring to Elizabeth Acton, "You were sItting! after dinner J>'iti! -almost unknown balroonlngr=Al"- were represented by boys who were tbe Prison Commission of Georgia.1advocates 'Vs'

a few days before' she married .my my father" amyi came Into my little I America's first printing press was bert Whlta Verse in Success ja' defendants in the Children's Court. I I chloroforming criminal

relative.. Gilbert!: Derring:"" room. The curtain was down but I erected! at Harvard In tke year.lSJ zin. *. 'S New YQrk City. __. __ whCl have received. .the death sentence.j[
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Erert general farmer lfbt to are LEFT DN HER DOORSTEP I .,Laut dry-. Proclamation of Town Election J

Ii Producirig Fertilizer . range Ua crop rotation so that it The agency for the White Star By virtue of the _.r..tact In me. L T e K.Murphy. .
: Home
flOW the : Store
FOR THIS MOTHER laundry Is at
would Dot be necessary for him to purchase 'call Mayor of the Town of Kilaalmme*tClty. (
the boy
( and If-you wish to have .
,. aojr ammonia as fertilizer.Preis .-**' VrsC X O. Tuson of UVennor, CaL, on weekly, just rink Up 154, and Florida, do hereby announce proclaim and d.
you be held the Town
.L', )' on the Faijmi Bulletin No. 110, Florida Agricultural : writes i "1. picked up from my doorstep 1 you: will be put on our IUt, and called share that an election will the at
Hall In said Town on
Experlfnebt Station.KISSIMMEE.. .' one day a little book, in which-1 on weekly. The work Is all .done in 1WgNTY-8EVENTH DAY OFIUII.OH

I .. . soon became rerjt much interested. an efficient,, manner and at ,Tampa A, D.109, '

... My little girl of fly of ace had price .
". SCOTT.; }, years for the purpoae of electing! the following. :, ,)
31 J > o. M. be en troubled for long time with I. on. ,""'J. '
f '. : For Rent or Sale. to. serve for the.term; of yean '."'''
.' .,
{ .. " ---, loss of appetite extreme nervousness fine Mot'Or'I'
i "' Doubtless the farmers of florid the ground, an< ,,lthejrjjot will add ,.Klaalmtnee U a city ". and, undue fatigue She was all run Residential and farming property Hammock of one ClerkOne .
sixty acreswell fenced at
Collector '
than doUnloo. ammonia. to the soil equal to an appUcatlon Of about two thousand strong ,down and In a very delicate condition.henulrely / Marahal Tax
use more fertttUer"per capita .. Grove; house fully furnished and in ..0...TveaaurerAlao ... ' -;:',
thd e of ant jejJStnteJn l the l of WO l oundll of, cot.t.oqseed J>owpAoLsuonLF1orlda- -_-.._.-.- J'hJ._ -:.)was.yery-aomprs rood-order; outbuildings and farming/ three Members of the.Colln U' mean Wb nucr rotation is Now the word along.It's written, and told of the newmethod Implements artesian well.
It liTalso( probably true: "t tlial r Htpeorent pass I ; flowing .term of two years.hereby ,
soil of extracting the medicinal element -Apply to MIL DROUGHT.Klsslmuaee : I appoint C. B. Yowell. A 8. :Gnbert'I,
\ fertilizes ",'hlch practiced the fertility of the can "
or more. olf the the healthiest ton In the United of the cod's liver from the oil.eliminating : }' a.. and (L B. Woodall aa U. J.Barnea .
Increased while with the, old .
commercial brande.Y be ; . '
are used are States, / the obnoxious oil which II aa Clerk of said elactlojir '
Y, With a change In the lDetho s"\>f farm method( of continual. cropping; In cot- The woods- In canto abound. 10 hard for children to-take. for In wltnaaa whereof 1'hare hereunto set my

lag from the'growinsr of only one crop ton or corn, the soil U sooner 6r later The lakes full of fish 'tig said 'Just the thing,' said I,'-for my littledevisbteramlf1mmedtitely'went"for of Application T..Notlce ax hand MHotoCaaldTowa. aMaau.dth.-a..l "
.. . tp'a. variety of. cr0"* 1ra. \aajpe( depleted" 1 of available, a.ramonlapliaa- .. And tb are folks all just grand. -"-IIe Under Sections 574 and of aid Town to'b. hereunto afflxad this ITthldar'
are A. D. IMS\.
- field and the a bottle of Vlnol. It helped her Februaif
produce at home all of the am- phorlo or crop '
General Statutes
caD of
rl montawe now buy in our fertill/.fcrs, depends almost'wholly. on ,purchased : Ussr a Board of Trade, a bank, floe derfull,.. She has gained rapidly In 575 the _..or-M.: : QBPfJ.J'.. _
. flesh and-strength,' and she-does not ol the State-of-Florida: Mayor vf the Town of KlaatauMeAtteati "
l Bad lo; .that .way save alQULhalt lime fe Jlllzec.: = - schools- _J:: __... _'. take-cold half BO easily.. City: Fla.

money spent for ft>!, Second, by feeding the crops produced If you come you are sure to stick- "I am extremely grateful for the Notice l.hereby. given that H. M. Pfann and J. B. GILBERT_ Clerk. .

Until recently moat of the farmers on the farm to live stock:;either I Our doctors have the worst (time of all.\ good It has done her and J hope other. George. T. SlugleUra-purchaJors of Tax: oortlfl -
cite No SlO,daled..e 3rd day of JulY, A. D1W Notice f fpr Application to Sell
and central Florida !have ,beef cattle saving the man Because nobody gets sick.: i have .
of northern or dairy / mothers who weak, ,delicate or \ sod of Tax certlflcnte NO. S11. dated the '

depended for their income. almost en- ure produced, sod returning It to them ailing children wljl be benefitedby my 4lh day of November, t. D. 1009, aiuTof Tax |Real Estate. :. :
I I6cld.
th'elOIJ one crop.-cotton, Hut con A good; cow or steer will InI.. The, broad cool streets. and grassy experience and just give Vlnol a trial. certlfloate No. {I 8t>, dated IBo 6tli day of July I ,A Notice la hereby KlVan thatlun the Ath day of I
six of slopes D. 1HH9, has flied laid cortlflcatet la my office, April A. p. 1'KM.\ at lOo'clock In the forenoon I
ditions hate forced 11111.0) to change. producefrom to seven tons : PHARMACY
year Are swept bv the breeze from the lake;J So'd bv KOBERSON'8 and his made application tax deed to Issue will apply to the County Judge of Oaceola County
The price of land had increased' and manure. The qualt! of the manure : will lull youto In accordance with law Florida for an order to aell at private aale the
The of
sound waves ,
the cost of Labor has also advanced l will depend entirely upon| the quality I I Said ceitlflcatel embrace the following described following described real estate belonging to the

nearly r.o) per cent The cost of pro of the feed. If we gUo feeds rich in sleep v If Women Only Knew property, iltuated in Oaueola, county, EaUte. of C, H. Fountain" deceased to pay d.)bJM ,
I And the song) of the birds wl'ke.! Florida; to-wlt: of said eetata. there bind no peraonat property
duClD? a bale of cotton has also ammonia, the manure produced. will ; I
HeopLof TaX eortiflcate No. 810. uw>{of uj' i-otlon I to pay the earno. saW property being deaeribed, SS
creased in the' same proportion), In-l be I rich In ammonia. It has been : Resplendent with the constant, sun, tVtiuta Happiness' It Would township JO! noath, range !a "".t. follows, to-wlt.

the price received -for the bale of found that the animal body retains The jov of living wlllthrjllAn Miring. to Kisslmmee Homes. Tax: oertlflcaM No. aKl.: t..''4 of 11014! suction a. The aouth half of Block Sixteen (16) of W.A.

ton has remained nearly the same. only about one-fifth of the ammonia I angel from heaven seems to descend Bard to do housework with an ach- township 26 south r..og.211 cast. Patrick's addition to the Town of Klaalmma '
lug( l aclc. Tax certificate No. 939, het! ol soft! sontlou't'Wty lyingand being altu.taln the County of Oaceola >
Therefore the farmer must study' !and in the feed; that is, for every hundred i And tile peace of God instill. * '
> and State of Florida. All
hours of leisure raona
Blinds vou misery at towniililp 20! konth range M cant tv p ,
> Investigate, and if possible find some pounds of ammonia In the feed, that I or at work. .. .The aid lands belniiaistanod at thedatooT objections to the granting 01 aid order win Ale

means whereby he ma\ reduce th; cyst I Is fpr every hundred bounds of aminonla 1 So, now come south and forget vour If women only knew the cause-that. the Niuanceof said certificate, rt' |> ctlvelj' lu the aame on or before aid. date or the aanM will I''

production. What Is true of cotton I fed to an animal eighty; poundsare ills / Backache pains come from sick: kidneys the nlm. of T. M. Palmer Estate Unknown belr..nted.aprarttd. N,c. BRYAN..
Be like .ndUnkunwn. Administrator of the Estate. of C.H,
happy ana \\'e.
kf' excreted. Therefore by growing gay .
i III also true of the cost of producing .
back hurrah for the_ 'TsvoulcLsuie.iiiucti--needless woe.Donu's Unlr...li1 rertlflcalol Kfial redeemed according --Younla1DDoeoaaed.---1;
'' other farm such as velvet-beans 6wf'C&+-Aud..wJl\iIQyOU tfo- ,- .
crops ; March 1'JOU"
cropt'The Kidney Pills! cure sick kid- to lax. tax deed will Issue thereon on Ird. __ __ I
heaviest cKponHt-s in the |pro> and begiiarweed: and feeding them tom i south, nev*. the Jrtlb day of April A, I 1).1911\1.\ Notice

dui-llon of u crop are the fei'till/er and live stock on the\ farm we can: produce .And especially Kissimmee. ICuslminee people endorse this.Mis Ituou toty official algnaturo and seal this to Creditors. \

the 111.1)01''t> can .reduce the cost of I large quantities of manure rich I -It. C. S. . V. Sasser Kissimmee, Fla, i.xatl] the Nth J.yof 1I1.ho\'O. 19119 All pcrsous having claims against The leatatal
I )' ---- / -- says: "For months kidney trouble ARTHUR E. DOVEl.AN.; H. Fountain,- f
trrowing'of C. deroamd, hate> the county"of
cultivation about 50 per cent bv us- in ammonia. Hence by the / ohm to .ami I was caused a
me great Circuit
I Clark Court 0"1& Florida.Bj '
J f Cnuuty. Oncaola) and State of Florida ft 111 pronont the
these JoeSinc them to livestock Of Local Interest.. deal of 8Utr ring !borne days I could '
1nir Improved farm ImplOihUHs) Therefore crops, J : S. H. BULLOCK D. C. name lu me properly altnmed. within the tint

if \\t CUll gave ri<) |>ei' edit in culHvation and I'pturuluilihe manure to the The'alley Gazette is in receipt of hardly get about the house Oil accouM ,, --- ---- -- prescribed by law. or thename will be forever
of the headaches which I endutfcd -
[ we will gicaixdiiQe) the fields, we can. in a few years increase, I a copy of the La !Mesa ( Cal ) Scout of severe If I sat down for awhile it required -, It Notice.Nolice barred and all pj!>rs<>nNft stttlomuiit" Haiti estate

cost.of producing our crops. the fertility of our lands !so tha4\. we January 8th, which contains an extended -I an .elfort for me to net up. 1 I. hereby given that the undersigned ,"llImllke derilgiiud linmctllate N. C. HHYAN with the, :uu

l Fortlli/er may be produced on the will need to bur only potash and account 'of the dea'h} of Earl 1 also had some trouble from the kidney will apply to the Lonlnlature of the State of't'kir> AdminlittraUir of the Estate of
'secretions duo lo their too frequent Wait It" regular nomilon for the current
f al'ui fu two ways. P'.i'st, bj growing phosphoric acid-the cheap elements Hammond Park, who was killed, in an year. C. II imtaln. l>oo..asedFel .
action; !Seeing: Doan'n Kidney Pills I'*'*, for the pajiaairt of a aiiaclal, Act empoweringthe ,
levumes, such aselxel beans, cow in commercial I ferllli/'er. automobile accident end-whUso death I advertised,) I made up mj mind lo try Townof KlHttlmmee City to impose ouch II- "nwirUI.. I I'MCI.

t 1 peas and bejrjrarweed Three crupw When it i is necessary' to buy ammonia is of local Interest by reason of hlha'IIIg' them and procured u. box from the ccna. taxes upon all nhowa or performances given Notice of Application flit '

have the powur to ret ainiiu'iiiii I fiyni ll should be purchased' in the married a young l lady lormer- "Kissinnuee Drug Cu They proved for the amusement or entertainment of the Orderg.
; beneficial than any icnudlextt' public of whatsoever kind for which charge Ininaile to Sell Real I Kst.itc.
the atraohpheie Tbeiefme bj' foim, of cottonseed meal and led} to an- I Ij of this! city, bliss Gertrude Kenner.ecx more .
It.'i.-I Uhiil. The 1 contents. of one box slapped as may be ordained by the Council4of Bald
lug velvet beaus, eowll'U| and inmit1-. and the inanuic pioduced, usedas \\' :) erp the follouinir! |mrat'taphttoni mj, backache, strengthened mkuliiess \ UjwnKfliruary. Nnticelwherehygivon i that on thelh day of
April A. 1 D 1J"1'' '. at !10' cluck in the furwnooitI
tfarweed/ \\rf can Incii'itse the a foilili/ci 13\' using" cottonseed the notice published in the Scout.: und ithtotvil. me to good! l-lh. 1 I'ANI:
will apply, to the County Judge of Oac.oLsl
nionia content of thesnil. This IIwltl''In thi-\Mi\ ",,weyitiv/ /, double \'aluc "I'arl) Hammond Park \\ abut'n in health 1 am willing to give Doan 1'. A. VANS City ANEW Attorney County Florida fur an order to Veil\ at private
'hll1l'v I'llls the <-t>tiie credit for UKchange
L the ease w-ilh corn and. cylton\ : mi thi-" f'ollIt.i / l FIISI,., Inn ilhu us a milk and IMca.santtin Kansas, and came lo San condition" - --- ,- sale| the following dewHbed rnal rotate belonging

aininoniu is taken and! second its fuliliiuj. Diejjo. helm he of in mj r to the state of George H. Ivey contrary i : 11..II.lh"l meat prod' ne'e'i as even ears ajreHi I "i r sale hj nil deu.lpr.. Price ><) Notice. '
debts, | the \ \ and situate In
soul bv tlll'llI.Vh..11 \il\ct hrahter, /. \uluc li\' following\ thl 14 meth-I; u lib united in mail'lane with GerLiudi cent. }rosier-Mi Unit n ( '0. liu lf ulu, H tnvyntf being the--
| Notlof i In hnixh itixon that the iindtrniunnd County of O c*ola and Stave of Florida* 4ocril .>
grown, and the v'int-* l I. ft uti the od, insKMKi Keener of San Diego\ ( Sepe' New; York, sole agents for the until will apply, to th. Legislature of the State of tlor- >o.l aA follow. to*wit:
ground lo be ,plowed] under diiilnjilxfollowiou \ ) quantities| of ammonia, potash and l lplio 4, l'O7\) One son was born to this ,'r the name, -Doun's-anil slant Its regular soitiifitn for the current year. The south two-frfthr. of lot Eighty (!sO)) of the
I In 1 .W. for the i I'.n""HKi i>f a special| Act amonilmvfeetion I'lurlda Land amMmpixjvamont Co./. addition to-
wiutci they will add am ', .'it>horio-iiciil 'i in t hrmicaltertllryui' '!-, union ]In :Matih of lust year he take no other.PILE81. .
<. i" of hnpter f."I". Art of I I'')"; Law. of LIe Town of K'-lnUII08.An .
i nionia each acre eijuitl to prai1>lI' gaud( 11'ops CUll be grown ith no put' woRu'La :Mesa Springs!: ( and enteired ouncll'of
WoriJa., no aa to vest In the the Townof )' person having ohjoctiorut to the granting
cation .of $. O worth of cotton seed i chased ammonia an;<) less potash/ than the.. hardware! business, anil-was PILES oiiitmont! PILESI will' Kuuilmmetb City the tower to review and of said order will, file the name with the County
\\illiamn Indian Pilt Cure
meal An acre cf cowpoat .will produce j l..*fote The most expensive elemeut, rapidly< |)ro"iiiK/ himself to1 be one of Itllnil,, lll<'iMliiin sod\ lthin pileH It al>HOrh> equalize the...... m..n.of iHirnonul'property mad Judirj on or before aaid date

a good .crop. of ha) and in the" -ammonia-would h,i- the &u'essful'OUIII! business men( of the iMMilllot liimnrH; : allays at me- the niHlHiit It-rhiiiK, relief it. 'ce\\\ .arta tlllatm mn : by the Tax AiuHMaorFebruary I.bL.UA 1VKY.

this has been ieino\ed, the leaves II.hA"'j obtained l fiom the an 01 as a byproduct tills |Mass. IllsWLth casts*'a gloom I 11I'XiAH, lilt >iiilnif'nt ,. prepare, ) for I'llns ..n, l"th. twit 1 Admx. of Estate o( Geo. H Ir y.
Itching i>f the private ,partA .Noll only I by tinOnoeolH P A VANS AGNEW Deceased.
j ,) break off and remain in. the Held of the .feed"tkrffc.JV o\el' the whole town I'lmrniHrv ritf* and H i>Ni > (h 19-"w City Attorney March I I. 1 11m _,

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1 i l GROCERIES i I C. W. Griffin, : I" 10? ANTHONY AGENT A. LOLL FOR Proprietor.. . *., I

t Jj lit lit I Fairbanks-Morse 'Gas '-":
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Groceries (
a. Fancy Family .
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.. Irrigating.Outfits. ,;1
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I' 4hFiNone Ibut. the Belt'.Sold' if '",''', '.' '. , Fresh Meats. V '
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.. 'II at Hour. "Patronage Solicited. ; ;TEOR;
.._ - lit Deliuery Every Day any 4Q ( AUTOMOBILES! R REPAIRED ,

.. & ..1.b df.14-.aa rl1 ......a. Ar .f4,lir x6raacrfk.& 45. .xhr8crlar Jk .a. -rah

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*v I R.S.Floyd&Qo.i<: = Fiersc9 ii : ) .

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'. We Solicit all Kinds Repair Work ,
'. we :utislof\ price lorlartcrrd a rrtiiarJtnbljr fiic chnlr "\ Sli 0 ;i't'J.
/ .- L.I o k. h'h'y: pollmlicd a Lx.iiutirul goldeol 1 .
+ Vrt4"9'tySF'Sir'11r 'r' xor'IFteFrlFr'tlf "xfrriF"lf'SF'4'. _aPe CL ,r. 1 iul>o ."< cobbler w.ut. Jiatnlwme rapfeanocro ,
an 1 v./ si i"uf;;1y Retails at the 1< .I .
bi t on njCQUuti/i; our ffreal manufacturing facilities we
-.;.: ."nIL to you for$J.65. 1'his aliowa you what you fan save

-- ,. h :tr tDl.I{ I make Irotn nnd the veil factory chain right that herein make the nothinicbutch South to .. ATLANTIC COAST LINE

ya ait lowest wholesale price., which mean a Tlnaf
loyou of at least a third on every chair you buy. Think ,
a SUNNY SOUTH STABLES what this amounts tola furni.hingy.ur home I Can you .
afford not to Bend for our free illustrated catalogue today
aodtakeadvant.geof. the big savings? ROUTE OF THE CELEBRATED tt'
Over Pro different kind of chair for parlor dining-
yi room, kitchen, porch, hall tore, office, from the cheapestto _
tpe'bestarealownlsthelarYelllnstratede.talof\ "New York and Florida Special"
._ ..\ .....__. ..-FREE.Hvery cliair, :\
L. H. INGRAM Proprietor. guaranteed exactly a. repreaented, or your money.back.
Solid Vestibule:Trams, Steam Heated and Electric Lighted Dining Gara.
FUNMIU CHAW MCTOtt. are sue Vsaat I 5 hie.H ;

t Also "Florida and West India Limited" and New;

Livery, dale and Boarding .. _.. "" .. """ "" .. "->i: "->i: "" """" "" .. York and Florida Express to the East. '4

.. IIMIL ...1....c.... exweNt: _TMAOM. .
.:\ / To the West-"Dixie 'FJyer, / "Montgomery... }
Route. k.r
m Well equipped with New Stock and Vehicles and pre MACH BROS M "> ,

pared to meet &demands\ with perfect satisfaction. i, ( "


r Livery Feed and Sale Stable: \

Pullman Buffet Sleeping Carlo New York Louaville, Cincinnati, Chicago(
; WOOD-:-GRAYING $J.. Louis, Atlanta and to Intermediate points PULLMAN '


k BROADWAY-PHONE 102 Everything is Sow and First-Class. Wo will

i 1 Render Prompt and Satisfactory Ser- ( For tickets, reservation or information, call on nearest Atlantic Coast Lln. .

vice Day or NI$ht. All Kinds Agent, or

lleavy] Hauling.AT ( J. w.. CARR, T. P. A. J. O. KIRKLAND, D. P. A. '


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1 : Islesworth Nurseries. DANN'S WAGON WORKS{;:

f 4ct s 'CHASE & co., PpopRiETOits J. W. HOARD, AGENT Malsby Machinery Co. I

'. We will have ready for next, Fall and hinter planting a general
assortment of Orange and Grapefruit Trees of all leading; varie 22 OCEAN ST. . . . . AT REASONABLE PRICES.

; fY. ties. Our trees are budded on iropd/ healthy rough Lemon and Portable and Statlonarv Knjfines;' {

Sour\ Orange rpots..Kuaraateecl free from insects pesta of any kind. Saw Mill!/, Woodworking Machin
budded from bearing trees in our groves and tnerefore true to
Shingle Mills, Lath' Mills, and
; name. Our facilities for growing nursery and stock: are year's second to 1 general line of supnlles. Complete Blacksmlthitig! Horseshoein!!',,"d Repair Work !
none and our trees are as fine aa money experience )line carried tn stock for immediate 't
rV We are making: a specialty this season of the -
can produce. Sold terms.
shipment on easy All Kinds Done by First-class Workmen.
famous California Valencia Late whloh la destined to become the
t money-maker In Florida. Ot)r Valencia buds come direct ii
't greatest from the best bearing trees in the district now famous for producing It will pay you to consult us before I II
buying.. Postal will bring our sales t
Valanclas. In California. .
3 the best
f' i ,
man. Write for Illustrated catalogue
W and prices. J. J. DANN Proprietor:
Prices to J, W HOARD Gotha, Fla: or call and!! see our Nllf-, \
for KuinM. BoiUra Md SawIMUU.
+ Write w....a..... Southern Agents t"Calabrat..l Fmrquhmr
#4 rue- t series at Waco on Florida Midland R. R.\, I .y-(

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