Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: December 5, 1902
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00049
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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f STATE'J. k'. begin to rebear it looks I..nul hunt ot( that club Genwo. ordered a' Great-Britain and Germany had assutu- ly equal la vigor of growth HE. Tnk&lvlt THE NEWS juices
is rayidly recovering from and quail were'killed dur. employees'' ed the present acute aspect) oonunoQ' orange 'lk'aDd < t I made.eI.-jm t, and
of the disastrous freezes ing the day. The-teams. were chosen remain at work but thebrncers of the Should the United St.t.Governmentgive whstever.dwarttng,' i In I .fruit and 't
us several years .&o.-Ex by Captain Kessler and.Cspuin' cmp.ny. io order its moral support'the pUn will besubmitted Open- vound trees wU' be found to d-7Ia. .put up glu
OF FLORIDA Thorn .t protec proprS. b much
O' ton, .nd coma oC the. members' left OF THE WORLD deemed it .Is' .uspnd to American banktr. The due principally" t -.and heavy,. -. m..r.1 number ebe.< thasv

In ten hours solid Wednesday night (for the service. Mr. Greenwood aiked Venezuelan delegation . it fruiting wlal stotk' Induce. have laws reguletiog .et
fGhin. bliv.
Grille this week Capt grounds. The losing tea mis huntnl f for protection from,the 'civil government is no to late to aur. We oo bt Pled,to claim that telfollst& and sale of m."I.aur a

a TIJ: OV .NTBBB8T-rBOM ALL E. Halleck and K. L. tIe expense of the big b.r bu the .uthorlie..were unable facilities from Eurp bring abouta la' 1.11 adapted oradaptedatall where no .10 pru..b eft
pme'.upp IMPORTANT HAPPENINGS IN the A mob 4o the lower end of the tMeta-we Ri( t.
over four hundred fish, Saturday protect pubic vhicle. settlement all I I.
OVSK mi IT.T which were edible. This brought nlKhtcount,teams showed ALL of strikers.dr.v* men on the West .aaa!o1. "p.ri. amply doot know, and )1.' B. 1. .the lore and take .b.' axle upon

tioned as any record, that Captan Kessler' team had', won ONS ern Railroad from the train during the cocerned . of Lakemont may b pl It.U not \ oouaG. ..

Condi,Ion .iniPro.uo.. it wasn't over' Thornton's .A ltf eB.Vee4 fectly right in thinking ii,. ants which Jr' _
by are
al-lbulb' Cpt.ln a morninr. should be
'of.Or.< the / score 'points to huntr Crimea suad MLadaoneanor._BeT- of Havana and the Sec. T.U.e Courtney and others ia South Klorida entirely J Ijo '
Xvfew) ,.. Ihe.Oouxta)-Newe -sources of thoc for -. 8.8. retary'm.yor Diego Tamayo, Your"aaue"wf 10 contained, 000 hundred mile south of hla (liampton's that the hlbe. (fmpr.D
frot Gve.ment.
.- the BavdPeople"I If ".suid' of toe this -catch (Were w.ter eighteen Tie or crop of Florida I. eMd- ' A aUnat had dbrin& p.t we.k openly sym- an Mr.-article O. 'on u. citrus trifoliate toy ) aectloo) made e rnlnUka I.plill.r labeled l ; that packogee la,. lIsa .name of the adul-

viz; Spanish mackerel erably lisle eeaon jthan 'the PleD, su W. the-atrikers.'snd had given o. Fox Lk county. Thearticle swing 4i stock; but this diluent I
I.h. I'rr 1 or preservative e-hnnd
lit te.
3., O grouper| red/ I met yer., good prleee prevail.Cltif .l.- ,. I em'''" Jf I .ou. order to the public no be use.force aumably question the .ubtU.-p klO.that perfectly adapted mde. part of the label and then If
D''In J -- I' ers, sailor's ley Banner 1 I .t in dispersing' the ., ,snd under by ,#: to. aectlon her* ia the east end' the consumer prefer to adult .
uae an '
pllf.h. Defenae of the of I'aaoo ,
Florda'k|, attitude( on the qucstibWpfchild fish, balloon fish, \ 1 these conditions the police were unabl. due Dw.rf. with all county, forty mile northeastof era ted article at 0 oXMTeapoKdlngiy
I' labd in mills i is dead It '"**You'lay' Southern ttain No 8S was with the for eio' perspluaoIty -- !.p end '
easy ) I bonel.h., walfcingfish$ your next dor neighbors wrekd. tU cop strikers. \ Brier the tWCy'j'mU.Ir I.e price Intelligently.
'like hat I -ol 'the woman who ICtr slnlr.y. Of course sonic make a vulia display their we.ltbT .the f.ema. killed and that was pproaching e critical l Intentions. the 10.0 apparent Co Ualt The report oa .11 I Ana.lysis ,

,. any trouble with her hired girl; because u.I". but they help make "Yes, Mr. ; p..nK.r seriosnly injured atSpartaeburg point ,at noon,' serious disorders uaand m.tte. It a. In .bt'AUII Jut 1.- e con I y Fo Kentucky.0 '
she did her.own work. No iuilla1F of the possibilities when "they left a .ton of coal out on the sidewalk : Sr-CvTIiursday morning. having taken place in front of the palace we .pk. adIaedlyth.1 J ,' 'it lUlle rVtatlon for
; J'' no child labor.-Petuacoja News. and line into the various ,all day yesterday.".Wash. The train had just-.r'on it way itself.jn; which police officer nam: tlol.t. aa" eer"-it with needed anything ODt Manatee county he asured us Allollturl Febnr 11 IxJ, >contain met the Iolow

Pass-a-Grille a fishing ington. Star. 't to Atanta and ad cd 'Muo'.nd a number-.of policemen qs> the wuld.b .uee. perfectly wtl prohibiting of tibe "
orange of of.
The flow of oratory in the next'cam celled anywhere in the Florid.St.te (followed clded three box cars'which and 'Iriktr receivedinjuries, when do growers the work.Fwrd... .rcl. him; and 01_ I Iffurther ion In .1 InJuro ax-fleice- end compelling'.
loose the woul La'kemont' and ia
fall 'were
by at junction and President nearer
paign to ly sent word to the mayor couaiderably preeerved
; c.vcr, !
ever known promises in Florida surpass Even this anything earlycomunitha l I equ.led-SL festivals, street (fairs, gala weeks and running. down the hill at terrific .ped that unless the city authorities could have entirely new>charge e far .W to Venice then 16 ouj eectlou. l>oee .Ulmli.ti1lCl.n"be eo '. an,
I itscandidatea and the 'c.rniva. give the early comers from The engine of the p.anle preserve order and protect the railroad b..e., a..I.*. the Block the line btwe adaptation and nou and to be aold on -hell own I.
Cruzn North round of were wrecked. I liable to die If . & between mea .
out in.the are JUand the Pomona thre completely cmp. the-.State-would intervene. I Iraniplanted .wher bringing noticeably better- _. of
busbe in that they highly appreciate. Progressive as" were 'the box Three othercoaches any thevery Uneoo and Venice- It would: Inter-
tmdulo& rboda
pawing up the earth with anxiety. and is in c.r. Th.t.mayor then took .drastic measures b to the Kentucky pubHc. If i
: Ocala Banner. prrjnium great people like t&' enterprise and 'were slightly dat'&ed bt did and issued-a.i edict prohibiting iewKJil I"o"-h. year w\ed pl..t. eating: +'know. t-- and other state. fearing
one hundred and fifty to jet out a A Kenuek"
they always invest the thrifty cities leavethe track: rereading And fa we would echo Mr.Courtney' ,
not Ilte.
class of
sold last week fin crowds from gathering on the. streets, of the note 'clo1n8 are getting a bte
.The grove owners ,of Citrus cpunty ange' purposes.., Tropical &C towns and.-surrounding country.-T.-U. Itls', twt: known jut1owthe' box and authorized the'chief police? to Florida, by 0 Te,Tlol.t.. ID_South, of from know the practlcal 1 food, I I. It not Meaible '. evn very
I. Curt experience some not
cars got on the main line, as i kill, if'such action grower reliable that Klorida and
every pre .t.t.
_are hunting up their old ladders and Venice do. not reveal a ..!*. auch '
slippers laid in Pensacola could caution'is taken by the railroad company order. live Inoluded la hi t DunrYI. '"er IU b having D such 1.1 are gettrng" more
orange only
away ll. preparatory There ,js no the,, sea charge In t. State; will they not e.out and of the
to the (he '. back-- teln&.here metro to prevent just such accidents ' '; trifoliate ,i a hl Ira aulerte goods first good orange on oolitanism of The .I| aectlpa. and of their success or withtrifollata which be
crop rL years. -Citrut proposes' to perform the lice of that progressive city have p this, f>ut the' supposition that they VlLL GO TO LIBERIA. And. by the .. Courtney has as a stock And I.nur why success the c.nno eld no t.t.h.Jnr
This ,
;'- County'Chronicle. the lion's mouth, as it there an opium joint in full swine- with broke lose on the grade and split the D. 1. agent of( the Liberian Itlled, thu far, to scoops tb editor's o failure?-that "la I ,, give. tr) it is far In effect.botlj
' Fumme. reaching
switch and onto the' main line exc I. ,I
the glve..a bill of
pair now made on particulars" ,
hop a large numbr of customers who regularly .wunl of Birmln&h.m InYI.lon. .tmo tldlon.etc. rrl on: itfie health and .! acommunity
The ''tooth of o.n account momentum they h.dan.ind ".the t | In what .
great I. lands .ua&.t. b"Rt. ,with T.-U. &C rip. . port of Savannah on January next I.iu.. ' JESSAMINE OAEDBN8. oomsimiptlon of In/erior and '
1 would to thOt Jat.tile; life the lessons of the The road is completely Hocked and it of three hundred negro colonists for Can B'Planted, Any Time.-.If it lmm.Fl.. b.rlul tDtlnue lo product by any people.

r waste cleared and supposedtobewornout .and steadfast "Can the Florida farmer plant coontie wil be several hour before traint will Liberia. The steamship Donnald of New were tre that buda on .this. Mock plerl. Add.ara4eef practical mnsrr>f' unity_nlf1n Ihe physIcal

RI landiof the old-time large plantations animals give each other and manufacture starch'from i profitably run through to' Atlanta from that York he says, I I.a been Chartered.FluinmeCwasJormerlyconnected could n be aucceaafully or safely t. ot horticulture, and and mol deteriorairlon of that people;
to pine orchards for future timber T.-U. & C. J !!'.f .xoursc. grow it, but point.- Tele-grap poles were broken -with transplanted' between- November 1 and we never oa e contributionfrom while >he fraud and deceptionwhichmust
producing.-Times-Union and Citizen. --- why he do so-when the down by and communicationwas (th. International Migration Society the middle of April then would we a man 'writing about bin own constantly b

I Edgar Allen Poe would never have "A people may be known s full of it that it. is .Imos cut off for some time. tHat sent two shiploads of negroes fro! ounelves condemn |JI u"NneJ. a.ty. If we bad volunteered e competition and p.ctcd.oeris d.t.

written of "the bleak November" if he roes" But have we reason much ol a nuisance as saw p.lmeto' The killed: the port of Savannah to Liberia.He and refuse to consider I ; cc.1 on Mr. Fox'a communication, honest manufacturer and

I- had lived in South Florida.-Ex. ulate ourselves on the A. for making starch Ihe Bob Sifton, fircnsan. said that- all arrangements had we cub mot aerioualy if Hja the plbbl7'we Should not have rl.e adopt methods which bo kamwa are

football man for George Florida farmer been Wounded: been completed and that nothing now 'of another man ia FlorIda .b.e letter.-Farmer Frt queto.ble. Ford. he e law regn-'

Whenever -distinguished want -a Times-Union and Citizen. since the days of Olotoraca & Co.- Engineer E. B. Slomon. arm broken remains but to. t bring' the ship and that one must not -use 1 leaa than .. G l.o; l.lDI.&e m.nulatur and Bale of

real good tHe without fuss and feathers S.C ; Times-Union &'Citizen. .nd inten.1 injurf', f.tal congregate the passengers. 7MMld atocke, or that trifoliate must Ins co.r fertilizers, which -

let try for Florida quail. We Green-Some folks fancy T McGe.p o.nbur& Robert G. Pierce who arrived a b bandied while In growth. We have I lf-pp.rttag Society OirL against fraudulent p

can give the president or the ex-presi dangerous game. Do you I visited a neighborhood recently bruised rcover. few days ago wi remain in Savannah tn.pae 'trifoliate- stock of-all A ocnaln society wonderfully and enable the bonc m.aolaurrto

dent excellent shooting within ten miles is any danger in it? where washing fruit i. .universal as Mary Wilson colored, Spa.nnburp. until ship sails, when a, ''I< pl.nb eIghtmonths clever " grrwil positive continue la Cl ab. -

". of our State capital-weather warranted Browne/I had two bruRIIn.the dust from it l in other-sec- ribs broken and internally he will' make the trip with the old to a 1: year od; we genius In the art of gowning. Ia ford to do less in the m. protect-

and no guards needed.-Times-Un- engaged on the golf links good ranchers are investigating may recwver. to see that they reach their des kave mDth. bud enwoyear all the world 1.kInl. log the health and welfare of be cltUsea
The clerk's Union of J. C. Mitchell, ne&ro. .'ok. up to th. UDAOWt t a J.r. *?-Bulletin No. 29, Experiment
ion and Citizen. the effects scrubbing upon the haggsitematti'r, badlyrui safety.,. bul .7- well
after the merchants who keeping qualities of the and > e't. Hummer went to Liberia with the old on even-year and at allSrauia a Inome.. by going.enJoa& Station',

Two Punta Gorda men recently took ing Inisineis on Sunday. have concluded to improve their pack- A. W. Tickney express rrtenenger,: crowd on the steamship Lorada, and he of The year have never pat exee* *a avlsHJngdreaamaker.. .s "

.over 4.011 mullets in one haul: There been procured against a tg-house conditions, to try cooperative bruised, but injuries slight. I says that fully A per cent of the negroes noticed any did their growingoff A Ser or two ago, Hoding t t.Sat she from the Florida "AgrleuUurletT -- '
; one well -the
are some "Mullets" in but of them and warrants for fumigating and spraying and &ral. Several; psssengers were badly shaken carried on that steamer and on as other, other Do make both ends meet, and The WeiU.. B* M..

we never saw that many'en.acola. .- ,ire being sworn out in e care generally in b.ndlin&and up and some slightly. braised.S. the steamship Horse are perfectly sstis- tblng being atocke eu.t which Our grove O.r wishing 0 spare her people, wh were .

Pen.col. News.We . court. ng the Ir.t. This wi to better I fed with their new home,,md surrounds 101.t. In we gave Impecunious, the of he keep- Tear ago .repo-eaenteiUv of Duval.
_ results TO ADJUST account cbe.Frr and Krult- lug, she ep county Introduced into the,LegislaturepropoaMKm
coming Smutty, with
ae.1n DFF RENCES . I HA .ake te o.e
_ _ _ *
are pleased to note the tendency St. Augustine isan rtiit was so abundant last season that The mine' ower.of 2w.- .t -. several,of 10.te happenedto a tbdlnl me tiring Of

r among our farmers to employ modern They 'have weddings all 12.H boxes out of '.D" had to be through: thei.rke. .run Sr.nton. FIJRNACB-COLLAPED. moM... 1i; :summer buda about .be aoclal Jo ihe-woooWand ..all of the state: ,
metho. of Nunmberi of days and turtle stew all .day. washed before z creditableappearance' agreed rp..ntuiv.adjust ; on- ed the plan aOIt. It we referred t AgriculturalCommittee ' .
frminl. I"een'in& minewner : We'have
aq seting mp. out of their Hour"couples stej)iicdjoff. _)' : '"to"the''maket i.:- .There the differences existing between-.them One 'man was burned to death two .rlfollata Itaelf Iwln..n. h.DdUa.lowed with great encores She la invited who reported against It '
land buying cultivalor; machine Record: : ahold be some means of mir outside of the anthracite coal strike were fatally injured and a third was se- durng to stop a fortnight or a month and suppressed it. Aa InteThgwrteep.resentatIve -
etc": and it will he verely hurt while two strangers arc retorted tea: Yt.r and o. Cue moat DG the be with froin- Ulllsboro county,
plows but a short ring up things- a community where a commission.The c.s may her fread. In .
Our -Northern Achan as the result of l a sudden .. lc.tuf. la eton wIth H turn, who find her who recognised' the propriety-of each
the farmer in this section
now ca large portion of the to made mi.aina.
bfore. I oranges h.v b proposition 1.' on a comprehensive of has always, been the arlce.blutl"
the furnace the Wil- anceesewith
I.w. said that wall be the
is the weather is prlet in a approved
bo'lhe lehiperrd in
iiioKt independent soaked water to make them ba.i.;and it is > over
which It lolal }
man in tl whole-lot--lie ia fa percentage
;, l ; that to much cotton will not do.Chipley .- ne"d any apology for ".its citrus output to SKVi1 i with-the--aid 'b the The few days ably been than with h.YIDR Invr of rb dl.eoar t aewingwomen and would coat him Ua eea* (o curtain It.a .
.rbir.tot. ,
The dead: adll the' stock breeder of Bouth Floe'ide
Banner. -4 & MiloI:)ICon> carloads, smutty fruit 111aac.1 rough propaition. whih I fon the Thomas J. EwardR. general. .D,. other variety uf ,Ctru.. 81ac !uUla&, eyer.thal in .eyntemetle" unlveraaUy fsvored the burning of
handling unless Jberje! 1**
pay f,1 bai. ne&oti.tion. a per cnt. of the ll we h. using .ea& winter in order to feotl-'
; Now, if the Florida IcgiiJalure at its We might well I wonder i make'scarcity of winter-fruits in ncrcase nine-hour day and plant. ae a stork on bD work.nlol.t the snaking of the gowna wblG. the grain in
waK. of the new' In
session refuses Injured: t 011 made 1 Ie the house.Together tat* the wtarrlnr the -
next to of the
protect our seat and Ihe quail appreciate Angeles trade, agreements between the .
crawfish at the instance of Commissioner Ea.-L. miner James McAunaley storeman l.pfl. lemon Ume. with her artistic talent the iprlng, end rendering M1 more quickly
at the Government v.luat Times. whom
and the they of
by are em- for Tuo .
company ,
Oetwiler, the people'should ask the burne. .pl.U" tb .n girl la personl1"irts.emjy.ttrannve, avsllabl* to the cattle. ._ '
Prom "the Florhin JiyrkuiwistzImt.nsiled $ Ioyed. Allan Maw. colored, foundryman fatally.burnEd. the Norh. In the fewrear'wrliave and wha4 1 beat of all endiow
reason why. \V1ien this delicacy is A no elty to the postage 5 .gifted .k Tear have elapaed Florida '
known in the market the derhand silver dollar which ramie; _. : tbouandt.J rare.tact, eo that eh. into ha*. *mchAs> atatate moderate) and
once a BITTEN BY MAD DOG. by mail moatly- .11
An weU will .
will soon exhaust the aupply unless the. Pensacola postofTice acre "ende return atended. Three bitten Charles Smp.on. son of the ..(r. from1" enr pr o u.elr hole be it square or with eesyadcpUUon. guarded- but stIll a VoIcing p| pubic
tao by ,
proper care is .ken.-T..U., arriving there t.n. ..lldlfeI by. were severely, a try of the severely injured from Canada to the PcHe Moreover, she .bed aentlment. Tha.jrlre graze unanimity
C Turd.y Rockford( AlaS t
inl. Junction. T1u. wbplba de.oe large near ', recently. . bresk .- amass and a. all times of the but most Otl aensa to arrange her ao-called % of pioneer days we worn awey by atrMlon -
fruit. year
When have t cereal ..gbblo or of molten iron to gush forth and on a bualneas Six Lours to a bare majority, then fell to
you a disagreeable clerks ran the line of what theTain Iy between 1 andApril, end ao b.l.
.cro. Nphendo .m.1 son of Perry Blsnkemhip Edwards and the men were unable ..ou.r lay for living, and diu and the 4O.OOO farm- .
-0. it is best to do at once first were inclined to think Te Injure have a of wok. a i minority soon
prform' food
She the him rarely rhe" complaint
and your mind. Another good from l-ulr. wa .tacked. dog biting to escape frm fiery stream. failure' live. On lug that time throwa lea and soul en and trucker will 'wipe the. whr.gra.utiment >-
dropped to ,
let & some knowledge of wheth anil eon of Thomas contrary we '
way i to get ..omeb.- do it. for inspection found Iter. ond. on both arms. son John The two strangers who are mi.ina. have received tb delighted tee- lat her .mpwimeM.Uowa&DOhing off the statute book.' '
,y > .. they 4'I-a.thaithe b Prrl7.upple. went to his rescue, when the animal and whose names are '
you.-J' ..
? on _.Ide and.on" the first him and sank .his lm.1 of success with them Here tptna. 10 re.
J rul.le turned on. 'plsne atking to at the time the ex with her rare JIiir.metleip41gewe .'
The dollar Edwar. of thenu wrk _
was less .cp
Vhen the trustee! of the InternalImpruvenitnt ." not 1'11 teeth in his flesh. Youn& plosion.occurred, may be under the .r examplee I sinus wb complete hoiday. -
: Trees Well1 wish to "
Pinney bf River Junction Ship often bean 'ItIs'going to
.I. .proper tillKe\Th hOI eisly rushed to the of his 1 it- say At 0 o'clock tea, la- ,
FloriIdalcat the
I Fund of the State of -lrt" debris iron, which i has'since hard through ,
dressed 'tp Pinney, Jr. who In .", and that (the budded orange I ordered from rain '*ooa; the barometer stand at'". ' : ,
.. the of the E L I.. lie 'He was severely biten. ,' of Cinderella be-
April request playm.t. i .hene h.1 '
; en.d. one last fall will In lrea. '
citizens of Lee&r.nted for permission to J. O. lc1nng. When the feeding his pl.DIa and eonatantly O but to the mad brute -" ,l- w eS you year ago b "fine the guest of stormy.1" 'It i* high time that bar r
bloom In few D.Ale".adl. eo"t .
his a *
close the canal le.din&) into the C.lo ccrk..d Jrted the-carrier'out g.r to'lue vegetable's enemy la father arive and .severed the .dog'phead MURDERED HIS I d.-Mr 3. !ou.remaining in that Cp.CI rometer-Butker stopped potting their
on germ, worm o weed the body WIFE Oblo until the next nstrumente on the same level aa the
- Okeechobee
a.tcheerivr the carrier upon his arrival that makes tha aera turn fr physician the boys Samu l Miller, a "The budded orange I opr from she resume her vocations"for rog-lo-e-bottle affairs' by marking;
tak- .0 .Intlo After consulting a the day
:> lichee. steps were of at the once the coin with surprise. hks till ae'lerge as were sent to the Pasteur institute in years old, shot and killed his, wife in I you. two years .g oranyea with a receaa at midday, when, of hem "Clear," "Tery dry" end eo,on.
-- ,cn citizn. countyto 01 their daughterat I on II. In ) April the tree
it at the home of Mr. ,Indifferent farmers can secure the presence young course, she takes luncheon with Properly understood end used, the
begin the worl Twelve hundred whose care it was addressed rom hundred acres. e Memphis; Tenn. Te'Jhootln. it l Il was just beautiful was white with anrlly. While aha make no secret barometer 1*' a reliable instrument,

t, dollars was .ibd for the work in it caused another surprise. The intelligent orchardiat who knows TO INCREASE CAPITAlSTOCK.. stated was the bloom, and oh, ao sweet-. "-Mrs. B F hat she i I. paid .for her reerring not only for measuring1 the weight or
a few minutes by many men and a. found its way to the treatment him tree need and the Ily trouble Mrs. Miller having recently Bale: Missouri. to herself .nice treasure of 'Ib'a air, but alan in con.

force of men under Sam Lnckey. were whom it wa intended .01 uPI.whch they feed, and keflps F. A. Silver of the Pine Hill Minin. filed suit for divorce. "The lemon tn received .Ir yon her friend a* the "l.u&bIDtJ among ehe ia leclloa ,with the wewther-cook and the

,.at once sent to the canal to begin op. doubt will keep it as a i ,vh.d Compny. of Gold.bro. N. ..h. For the past year Miller has been living hafirhree little lemon on It. -Mr*. 0 lot exactiyla her time Is thermometer, for prophesying weather' '
ration We. have gone into & 8 fruiting- time em. ur his his board of in 'Kansas City but yesterday theilmphipolice A. tm"tb. Texas. bulte. conditions in the near future. '
that the people of I ce county can see From the far south all product In and Its returns directors has decided to increase the department received a orange I ordered from completey and abe ) tken up by her friend, What a good barometer doe tell Iehe

just What had 'to be contended with. Its coast away over on the .r larger preU..1 ,. from or capital stock of the Pine' Hill gold minein telegram from the chief of .pie of you two'yeara ago baa seven large and among n.1urlould 1'much e.r oondl-tog welglit of a column ot air of.defi-
full value will be seen this winter and ) time Randolph to one million. had juicy on It, In March str..r "
border and from up and ch.r or vineyard many larger county jCanaas "City 'stating that very orangea But bite crow section, reaching upward *
'spring. It will be the. means of preventing ter of Florida come by those who permit weeds toanodate Mr. Silver, returning from St. Paul left for Memphis with the avowed In. the tree waa Just covered with wbl do. oeIDIJ.tI seem from the level of the Inatrumentito the

long overflows on the upper of road building. with tree.and vine riving no came by New York and made a deal enlion of killing his wife. A strict and sweet. blossoms. I never et bat ther.'might be many wold each surface of the aerial ocean which surrounds

river and shutting off the great amount ways are'ftt cousins to bought other than la ep fruits with a New York firm 'of underwriters watch was kept by the police but Miler equal t these-eo sweet land for young women who ere opaInp our earth But no matter what ,

''of fresh w.te during the winter and All Florida is lrm weed and thlatla for placing the stock. A two hundred reached town' and. eluding the de- good."-Anton K.n Texas. with their zteedle 'and eciasere, sad the condition- itbe Weather, this

spring months thus permitting the saltwater a developr. the enterpri The new era of farming and, fruit thousand dola plant with .a capacity ectives, went 'to his wife's store according "The orange tree you cent me last whose periodic assistance the her- weight varies with the depth from the

to flow into the river, kiln&the of i> ,upn. -Times-Union culur to particularly noticeable: In pfone tons per day will b initalled. to the' daughter where the year are covered with bloasoma and eased mobe. 01.their acquaintancemight t surface of the aforeeaid'jocean' ao that -
water hyacinths and brin&bck fish Zen 8h where attractive truck . shooting took place without warnrnf.Mier. doing fn.-L.ene. WSo1DI. most York if the 'ooumnt! nds t T62 'ml 111-

into the river has cost I.n.k prosperous inoVuetriel een- James Cronan ol-plane. and r.gner who was'arrested, claims his The' rn cltr. tr. Trib"n meters at the level of,Yb -water-ocean ,
.about ) > to-date. Over one-half of and and -. ,ndorb.r. from foliate sleep la, say ,
: t.1 te. n.kept say to kill him and he fired in I Debl. which lies o* the bottom of- the aerj- s.
'this contibuled by a dozen men. Several l capitalists from yield < abundance of In.ompI..bfe Pine Hill mine in ,the quantityof self-defense. > and ,be well shaken .AdmlteraUem. one,Ahe same Instrument would etaodt _' _ _
'1 There are bi. to pay amounting- Illinois, among whom are fruits; where thrifty farm- ore "Ilbe and Ihe scale of opera- -, April to make It eotaoloue the It I I. In. bulletin No. 17, the a-Jielght 1,178 meters-.sbnvetheea

r about $ amount should be ry J. S. Stearns and W. leva land and do It better, ..ndg ions contemplated. .will 'brpl anything .m. to get up and dr" la true, but adulteration prrou 01 canned! olod. level at only 8U3 millimeter*. This

U _. ''contributed by the- peopleinterested arrived in Pensacola. few greater rewards lhan WUD"time they have ever seen- lsiearn.4.batImportant slept .. characteristic a'ut Imparted' to by"me* aelng-, the ,,fact. barometer that ethe J '
along the Caloosahatchce river. Everyone The purpose of their visit lrr8Ib. S. h.v I been-taken in London with a view the varieties budded on It. It he-Ids of chemical l.r.U.ej-.te sea-level atood at "Very .-dry," '

on the river i I. greatly bnefted chase of the big sawmill : SAN'DOMINGO.The to satisfying( .all the financial and diplomatic them back.some from a week to ten llsciuised, ber ot would under tot earner condition of,

and therefore each can on & Co.. at Bagdad. the Klorlda .XjfrieurlurtotJOtva i San claims by foreign PO\er and day, our 'elpereDte' shows, which had nearly all of the chemicals ao'used temperature ot the air'theln- .
'tribute, his share towards meeting the for Ihe deal have been Flm v. the Taeta. pliic.1 situation in Domingo bondholders against .. It is might very 01 means of their are poisonous when taken in when carried to a height of 1.178 tnettrumen -

,. payments due.Fort Myers Press. several weeks past, and the -There Is a general demand lo more has.ben c'npi.ted by revolutionary brokenout maintained that if the contemplated acton salvation in a late freese.-. Our grave and that J.r '* itself, Indicate "Stormy"er '
I have whichwsa out in m..D pro-
put q".Dtlte
before the and tbeJ ,
he closed information rural meets with approval. Germany o.rlol. above the sea
the first comers to Miami home. The tug Britannia prol.1 especially atralght farming O .1. .. in the northern p.of the republic. Great Britain wi have no cause to take , .sever killed back due'.rlou. 'dlrder when The "propheclea" of- the mercury t.
'* mo& The government has severe measures entirely to the banking by the repeated In .
Peters, (from Sumter county. and members of the of them
.. was S ed, the . New comers, many he vigorous steps now contemplated l".ln qu.atUe barometer are different for various
the movement. which" followed It .
to cold winter There
is. ,
p' 'who on the main road leadingnorth.from companied by a number of agricultural training, repress Sverl The details of the lon and degree cf moisture
k, wlh rlu arrests have already been Gen u&&eated .etlement : up and Including 180O; al- food adul'tesaitlon, which while enperaturea
in the Little river may
Miami whowill also p.otlnl
to to Qur been 'to I and
tal.t. b t go wrk. eral Wos Gil and J. D. Bichardo. a for have not eommuicated anti .much render the harmful on the air In may on* country,
valley. He had suffered severely by have gone I.e farmers,trek growers and European Governments as yet Their tbo.dJoDlal n f for different countrie Further, the
, the great which swept out theorange The plan&of Simpson &. Co. fro* growers are all the while ..kln.mer Minister are prisoners. Quiet pre gist will be made known to the Unite on other atok. .UII I impose upon the weather Indications" of aa aneroid
I is Thereaaon
vails in San Domingo but business went to the banking public and should therefore
( in the old orange belt, mills has thmneelvea and o blo ,
groves two large btP to adapt Uelroprton Minister Powell had anoth States Government. The th. b end of a mercurial barometer for the "i'
why law
prohibited by Under this
.Discourajed in trying to grow a grove cap.cly' an to the .t.a.nt. inch communication ia one of the most bo 0. tlol.t same reading are different became a
lar&el Domini
) with the not
." in the regions where frosts came todeatroy. fOt eseptin&the big mills or .I/ el.t. m.rle de- Interiew Minister recently of Foreign Affairs reg.rd.Ing important Anglo-American b.nkr. were bre to the sub--, good aneroid I he not Influenced b* the '
can other !
w.i ble9. .ddla
,he came here. and among of Luml I.'. I.ll. air temperature.,
.t.Excle wer . had
m.D. of the Veelu prop.itlon. although growth the
the improvement com Important
the firt to grow on a large Besides the plant the treartlaea h. been written ,but pendng .a Iltwn..n ' ny. on a settlement with" tioned to Ambl.dor was not far advanced. by *. Cotton seed oil i. Those whO use the mercury barometer
. Ile. Each year he and his eons have owns .eYe. hundred o a. bnncl"but our agriculture pny. further ,the ( direct representation week to ten day D es the .. ". prilelp I. not Injurious for ,aeientlncajly and .for eolentlne
enlarged their plantings. Last season of fin* timbre lands in I at preaent l.r.l" Ixprme.I. del. 4 at Action will betaken Not a Dwarf in toe. F uae1k aalad end other purposes. use table giving the follow ',
4. he'and his son ,had nearly or quite The number of towards suggest- ODBr'e dlIDg 101 '
by .: talks about 600 ng data:
.w.J of serious .o oil Is
turpoaea '
As the result conflicts required,
\, foot hundred acres planted in this crop. never been touched and i et. turning to velvet' beans, Jng that Venezuela be given time to this-stock, of bearing< ," but U euel of column- '
and between the police and the men a century If. e ahlp to Eur end there haveH ((1)) Height the bf meriry -
p 3'f 'tT. whole family.jiaj don ben very suc ered.jlhe" finest timbered . "It..orDlnlt b.y that grain. on n.tur strike in Havana two are submit her prop.itlon. I and standing on the- land or a refined and "une us and placed for each distance above eea-levelt -
have as also that
Cul and in helping to build' this sec-any Sotb The and company blind works written should be "Dyl.. dead and eighty-two other .trUr are The new development In the cr.i., tow stool to gather ell t. 111. Te upon th.m.rke mepure olive oil, ((2X "correctlone" for the helgfut for ,

_B of State and placing the .h asked blher. The than wounded. Five of the wounded, one alieutenant :, whit lii rejrarded as hourly eemul of t.rDI may be' a J moat e.ndl"a pr. different .letUnde*; 48)) h>getrthmlcoorrecUone
the vegetable
towbcats. The price rtber ia' '
of : whose throat serious.,is due to the arrival d. grant *411 but DItled spirit vinegar for temperature and let'tude

'Since coming bu.lne.her on Mf.a permtnent Peters has basis.-been I tire\bu.ia. exceeds, half' : te writer. with o'f, fresh books current must 'orW cut by a pic. ''very severe .in. EIop ol a secret de e&.tlon from th* OU humble eejUmatloa the dwarfing. _.uf.or at a very email coat, b ) ((4)) the bright of a, column of '
l.r. D. .D 'other policemen are effect of this stock haa been greatly the manufacturer sir corresponding to eac/h/ difference of '
affirmfriend to those wh'hne ben p' record the reauSta of EI&ht'police have rioters well Venezuelan Government empowered to Our tree, atthqngh ".pple or "ode vinegar' 1 t one millimeter or of one special free
and miniM
J: instrumental in b.ildn&up .pr The KUsimmee editor experiment cultivator to improve wounded.Te, but every precaution is del with the outstanding liabilities of ,18 have enjoyed immunity ta unsuspecting publm'a4heprioaiof tloa.ot an lnclvin-th* height-of-the-

: ,.ha. St te.r-Ex. the champion of the Forid. t. Inexperienced in anskmetisod.Kxperimewta'er being taken prevent further outbreak that rpuic Until a suitable plan from cld oDIS rdaringtheflaat 'genuine apple ;i.lnpr. mercury column) ((5) "oorrectlona" fon.he .
't him who knows fully variety ; of all the police and could it was consideredinadvisable two-winterer. .'ell of, Pepper and splcea a highperoewtage height of the mercury for different
_i j 'Ur. Shel h.-.ed thejnterest cow weeds no defense t..wo -...uU..o rural dioYder.-an have been 'communicate- with the their present growth .b.. ''pl of tDlnl form barometer temperature, et different '

i fr listowef Ind (peaks for Itself a* tla'and eluaD. .che Held 8r4. concentrate foreign embassies at Carc. with teen incbee to four" .'r of hull, beaaav .peaa, ground olfve helghte above the eea, and whldi latter -

::1'*willnow a. beC' the Smithfield ham er" houa.- farmer which at i H.v.n only' whom relation have bcme 1 ground .been.znade aims the eold .0.rtc, are eold a. genuine. Coffee correction XMift be applied, before '.
\\'f: .:!. : Estate Agency. Laat rea world not all virtue ha tb\uja 8t. Every The .erke. by cncrd . ed.: Such a plan In the be of the winter ol IWXf end yet some 1.-"uJe.t l with ee. and the height th mercury column can
Mr. Sheen made a record in the .ht .Itl .1.'D .orker. .' them twelve feet high with p .
from .razorback when .prka cl.r lid/ 01 the d leptlon been arrived at of a"l cl. pea anda be need with tb other table; (0).the
.* ..'t te'bosinew at West PaInt Beach, hi. Whenever the, of oar pragreaalve ne 1 llO. c.ln&.out al .re'In the'trade sympathy and ,.. the Anglo.Am -. ly eo.1 breadth* D.that look like wheat product Lard Is adulterated average temperature of the air at th* ,

.- ,,total. adO amounting to,*10.0.0. plenti"l. give u" pDt tt.n "I 7''nnleaa cerm.ker. Al cook rican banker, the .titude''f the all of the frlt from, the with beef fat aud cotton eeed oil and *** level for each month for the- die "
'One sale Included in this amount was can .) are out people closd dofl: dek. ; from a low stool sold Much .'
(J, rations, and bltt w.1 Jeir United State will be B.u.d or even .pure'lard. ot the extracted trlot where the observation la made,
I starvation of .
*OO,6oo. There is no one In the.State .bn. tbe bn free fner11 (bOOght 0 and every sides the State.Department will b that a* fbegtowtb of a little ,or etralned "-rt. It may-be noted here will the Florida be 1 of
*bt Florida who has "a more intimate the second .< J,1.. obeyed the'command .h unio.ex of in a position to be able to judge the ever two years, what tJ not we upon the _rie.i* aM p' difference of temperature during the

r lowleKe'the interior of the $tate' hog take friend place*.- and lb"o; blind la)' c the motormen and refused joininthe value of Venezuela's offer and bel exp,It a "century tearing gluooae ., wit t _n 1.01'' day vary with the latitude; (b) the ri
pole frm"belr own to s
lie explored kaolep cars .h tea higher the latitude, the ,
Shen ft Citizen the 01br faith in the matter. .. : j'. he" ie I""e are greater
profttiag by experience : <' feeX !
.f 'and surveyed fcas- D1op' general l.f of the'plan becommunicated Our, treee are.aei. 15x15 which I.. proOte on tea. variation; ((0)) the average temperature
; ; and hidden book.Oay The details
the holding '
..Imme to Cape Sable and .Crossed .- ;.Trouble bp.'early fcj, up the. "whi.i we -Co close .aj nd ...1. e.mpleu'ot of 1 lemon extract ex for the twenty-ton eeeeeentlve hour.' sis

.' the Everglade, twi.Tr Sn;, 'Another hold-op'hi paper of knowledge exchange.merchant $1,000.' of the cars by-the 'directed strikers, -carefully to guarded Stt., Deprent.r ., reedy,oa''pU.the ..t'.0 an by, the srtwt* Analyst for the the day ia that ot 9 ..,-mend (d) '
-pay whose wrath.,naturally was
: Thi& reported to the police Nq every on* ti Food only threeeoc'tained the overage1 daily temperature between
- -j. of alt the out- COna.i.
The"Vltka'New' that'the neat for Intheir: ,ex- against,.the street.railroad feature i I. g unification dtotaat futare. fact
*. estimates when Elmer Robinsot was .etp" ..PIOe.1 and Government very 1. oil le. all of itea 9 e. m end B p. m. oceure art 'noon.-' ,
I. Martin Urifhn rove'on the opposite t6 halt at hi'gat*. He'w. 1 "ap<.bII.U a ep 'standingGovernmeflt "bat ofe- that'the trifoliate nbrnrW t o r ample of were adul Robent Qrhnsbsw io-BcleeUflo_ iraerJA .-

.- 4 'side near Palatka. will hav of catering when two bp OU one tklra city, .D the passengers i. guaranteed loan lp.. a has beenhitherto tub limitations better than. any other tented, tbongh.epM .?"pur vanHla. ion.. ---, ,
.,.S,' I I .5 0 th.rfr.. .boxes of orange* end broached him and ..k f lor 'pl 0 join t and bring were compelled t .Ik into rarity much than .k'tiownstoek (possibly esCpUa.the Tbsr/eame. authorIty atate that .".the.ttiy' Sl 4
,, .t np yoor Havana. these British offered, It aeaaoa.lyed I OtaneJte and under adoMerations "
he ereartlneia
grapefrulrehis Many of the tree and possessions l whh. Jo" .t .Dn& blD&tb i IrtU school '
teacher late
er. doeto. : '
are literally laden with fruit, and many bend over.-. to give .a e the'_ . /. that the present become end rem.Ia&'dwsrf. b" ertlflelal Color J artrflelal ., au ,
; A. fKb en.t. ot.Venezuela
y- f Ijaxbs had of Pe pliatand ,Several were 'reke and'soinemotormea any desire oe'the part pleated In the open ground! IB Florida perhapsthe additloei of pra- *
toCropped t. wt
0 ke..i 1.8o"'o te i injured silo lor. $inte'with Great Britain with'. unrestricted Ji I "What is. hijrhest form of snt ;
spar long Woeh
. romkeaklng'dawiw: are of fci* 't 4y (to It- .jelllee are compoae "
T acre*la Mr Criffin' I ]r.his son 2 e "ctlea".Oe 100w dinner, J rde..Hm4': 1yet. ..a during tbeIebccurreiaI.-The car men and Germany; and ta proof ol this It leftWn.uela.befortME i I.i. growiar'season and fed .lateUlgeatly .y. .. pt and -irlnooee, mat lifer ;

I has1 a*:8'acre 'grove adjoining..e ',Whnthorange -, About IrS member ol JNC. .'". I orast:,'.at ler.e running their cars pointed oat that the secret reUttoa mission aD liberally ... orange tree 0 colored '-with .. '1".and '"The-'srSraffe.* responofed a bright ' .

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; Valleu Gazette! A.I1'.I1'UI'. THE EVERGLADES.! Half . .j'I ...

than .
More AN Insur.i \ .
TLIPHON.NO.11 A R..r".bl.'Work That Has BaeslUndertake 4NAd JglAivr :: : _'.. ,':

--- rvsLunas svasr PBTjzMe. I ., the :* HAND'S .tfSTORE 1 W. 4-f'." :'f
1 ; < baokiner-ibusiness' of the * .
\ I -
.:: ) e In Valley I UaiettV Bnlldlsir, ItJackaonvtlla ,.. I IAT ff: fft . AH l&alSsl . ,
: 1I.tro.olIs.iia.i1yoomparab1e ] .. ,.
t i : , .
Unitcdi States L done ont facapitalless' ) ; ,1' .
: zIhxoi|U,OaCZOL.A COVIITY'? .FLA. ) with fbeo'Iggtngof if 'WJt aURELYfMAVC': : [ : F Ft FtSJ f" '1. ?'.!,..!,:,- l

) P. A. VAK8 Ao1fBWj I l the Z.thml.Dc..n..t, the laying, of, than one-third' THE.. QOODif? THAT il", :Draft 'i PII ''fLnaa *1T.', jhj". .
J'RoI'BlETOU. the Pacific cable and other great works '$* "
W..B. HAJUU8,' r large as' the asset ot( The ,_ (,1.: ik
of public utility la the draining of the! "V- Home of NeW-York. V.* 'JZj '.; &l,

:_ r. A.. VAlUIjIlUW, Kdltor.EBt Florida Evergladee.!: Work on this' Mutual l Life Insurance. 'Company Insurance Oo.,>of North Aforfa r': .

- .....s at the "Poatomo... KlMlmmM. .., fla..' greatschen.las begun, and of public the progress improvement made ..of. New York. KOHTIHUflLLI : ETCHES$: "PJ3JOm$ $ B ; Ig PhuenlzofUrooklyn.floyjZxcb&nge. :'. - ',:"' .

iMHxmd-claM mall. m u r.HabwirllMi warrants ,h. assertion that the vast. 0It .PS. .bI Malo "-,..., .4 the .SUIi. Orient. v-v :

will, ",1Mae notify Ik. ofllM. IIths' tract. ...1111D tune be reclaimed.Those . Mwwy. Siy. .aa.. .*H.t*,*JN_ V1Ck.4a St. Paul Fire and al"..< ". "j ,.' ;
all 'u>R I tb. paparAll ,. . who recall the geography lesions -! Citizen ot WiflftQurUOttoruia "'. '',j 7
.ulhor- of know that Everglades !: C.bIeed.: ..... 11_.... .
oommaDloatlon. .rwrol from our their youth thje I t4.wY.kcctai4.1 Home./, / :r.
I, oorreapondenU. mual !H, Inswriter. .....' a vast stretch of .rti: OFFER YOU a full line ot HOUSEHOLD Finest Turnouts in Life .. .
swampy New York : 1
GOODS, and make the price At the qnellayjj. \ '
mod' much of the southern $ t To'u.I
H">",cto4 Matter will not to returnedual weallod occupying IQ3,2O2.,5QO; , r rE .<\\ z
U' . '... | and Florida peninsula. Fewhow.v.r 1 A"Special 10duoemeDI.8. to Klsslmmea people.New : ON;. 4.
dlCar4il.. _, $ ofthe .ii"
The I'tHtpoD.lbl.'o oplolowr- know realize the extent .. .
: or .
..... . .A1. TIM Mutest Ufa laaaraaol* U New Y"r"l VI
.J>r l by i'r.apondenIa.Adv.4IMflg ",,..mar b. bed on application. Everglades or their potential.. val ,. 'HANp. pRL.Al pps? ft > Standard Oil Com and \
ue. Estimates of the number of acres I $35'2' ,838 Ag'e'ntor I POlY KISSIMMEe.-. .

I SUBSCRIPTION BATED.. to be reclaimed vary from 800,000 too 1 ,, ,97I., Armour ,Fertlzer. Co. . ; .
4,000,000, but all accounts instating .. J', .
On. on., AT .... ,'1.00 agree -- -- .
oopy ** : '
On*oopy.Mx month. : that the land when drained Yo"! !' l life ,insurance .po cy I ,
Co* iupy.LuiS: : mauUMKridajr . . : will rank among' th. richest"ia the .... I
g gI
world.- ... is not protected by such secur. i... y&

: December 5. ..1901: From 'a land, of desolation and ity, unless it is ''in. The .Mutual I :
waste lobe Everglades region is to become ,.. I. Store W. P, OUIFFISJ Now. Store "' .
one of fertility. and wealth, giving .W".. Mdar for lo Waar. Shall I le.ersl" I ,

I DELIVBafANCB! IN' 810 HT. ..yield its principal of sugarcane.Thousands product enormous -, THE MUTUAL LIFE' INSURANCE. i 6I :- --- ,. I,. GODWIN- :::,- .. 'I CHRISTMAS LIQUORS
Indebted to he Tbnea-Unlon
OF .
of acres of reclaimed ground on the' COMPANY NEW YORK I

w and Citizen for'the following complete swamp are already yielding crops of I k o.uoD A. ItcCvain; V.l4..soEoI . G R ITTFTS &; QDWIjOOCRiS. | N. I . .
"aooouot of f the opening of...Vha..joftpalgn fruits and winter vegetables on soil ; ,
of extermination'agalnat .thewater. which long time agowas two ..or'three I : l. ;'''WILL43OX, Manager:'
the St. John'ahirer feet under.water. I .rJlokeoovllleL'la.. s .KENTUCKY EXCHANGE. .
hyacinth .
While this enterprise .U by po means i ,M. TILLER, Agent! ,- Klwlnunee, Fla. Have
aad its Irlbutarv waters: a new one the advances. mad. in 'engineering : your measure
-4 "Thoroughly equipped with Immenafi. science during the past, I [ [ 'S'S' 0, .A-, D- .
M 0 tanks chemical fluid and wl'h (praying quarter century have made the problem LKFT TO> THE OOVERPIOR.County :
apparatus, tug. 1A Reve more feasible) than it was.. a few TRE.: C.A' 'E' taJen'fot

will leave JackaonTllle. la a-Xew days years ago, and the :work can be done, Executive Connltte. Could ... ,, : your lew *.
to begin. campalirn of extermination it is Said at a minimum coat for t ao ltistbeonly and.aatH.
against the water byacUtha In the tipper vast aa undertakings .. .1 Not Agree Vpo Supervisor ; i > prpr .
St. Johns river and its tributaries. Operations have already. been begun of ReclBt ratio*." 'Large Stock Best Brand, of Canned Cloodftj i. CTTfllEN buying your 'Liquors for the .. clothes.I.f.cto"wsy Make .election your

.. Along with the tug, &. a tender, 1. a and on the land reclaimed at the S .w HOLIDAYSdon't forget .that 1 < your .
: .. -barge on which are two tmlti with s north side of tie great basin. ''quite a At a Democratic Executtr Committee S hare a large assortment of this .beat. from'. U>*"lorDlln of ,.I "
;t cpaclty of o.OOO gallons each and Ilarge large tract has been cleared. meeting held at the Court Houaeon j I I EVERYTHING' Morgan "
upon Clean.and
Dec. 1, 1902 the following member i iiTobaccpfiTJ REMEMBER brands, and can save you ,mon.'......
-. boiler, the latter be1ngneoe.ur which profitable crops'of sugar cane : .
were present: DulldingQQ
in preparing the chemicals for uae vegetables of all kinds, rice and corn ] -U
BeardeDbu'IMnan! : ,JSeara .
The capacity' of the. three tankaon have been produced, without fertilizing A. ]i. ; W. .
board the tug Is S.fiOO gallona.The:' } the. soil or paylngrauch attention to : K. L. Lousy\ Q. W.Uverntraet.., fesiS51! Ki .. :G, : 41 S.OJ. :iChlcago,. Est:, 187"
W. J. 8. .
spraying pump la set back In the en the cultivation. The lands to be reclaimed Carr Secretary 4 fls i Itmtmrf lieS,*ir a q- -
t gin room of' the tug. The pump forces are situated In this great basin The Chairman having explained the .
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= You'lltindaworidofpiesurelnw.ariaglhe -
of the "Ia[ nominationof :
object meeting : -
'the chemical solution through in Southern Florida and separated -.1 .
x,- pipes to.the prow of the boat, where from the Atlantic only by a ridge oflimestone Supervisor of IteKlatratlon, nominations : roprietor. .r-- lothe 7maae1" ,
called _
the aprayt'ri will distribute it broadcast being on the eastern. boundary . wore for. I by Strauss Broa.,;fsultlesala ,
.Pro EDWbaleflid by W.
lbs! bed. of hyaclntha. One.pryer abquLfl..mll_ over : ... style, mateis ,
3. B. Carr; proxlea of II. Walker
I. fastened aL.tbe.bow- tidewater. and C. A. Strickland W. J, HOUSE Ufa. They're much better .
outward .. b.ldhI !
and the two- other extend The task of reclaiming the Everglades The GRAVES
L from the sides on long boom., thu..D..bllnll' presents no insuperable Sears, and prorMa of Hiram Flat $ than the ordinary run orclotbe. .
and W. Wheeler held K E.Bearden. ;
by yet prices are aatonlahlngly '
a wide distribution. The very difficult engineering problems.The v
spray will 'la actrba thrown to a dls- land ia nowhere less than ten feet .. ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD, CO. low, and you're per. '. (M''
) Nominations t In order
tanoe of ninety feet In an area around shove the tide level, and the natural Overatreet nominated being S. E. Bass.w ,. WI', J... T. OWENS. .....O..ITQ" feet If safe, la ordering '>e.'
.i the bow. fly pushing along steadily drainage la toward the ocean, which ia J. ArthurDoneC..D. r-, SCUKDUUE IN EFFEC NOVIUBKR I'. 1_. .
8. CarrDominated 4
If stIafact6ry
_, Into.the beds of hyacinthit Is expected separated from the swampy region bya ,. 51 Ill $5 .causa larODlar.nol -
.that lobe boat will be able to strip of soil only a _few miles in / fi i"rc1.n SPECIAL RATER BY TilE'WREK ( sea 5 Utp ... . lea T Sop l* Oip < you needn't taket '
nominated J. A. "' "
) cover something Ilka 100,000 yardsday. a4 width. Through this strip a numbs, Mr. A. E. ': 10 J. S Itel. --- :., .: : :.: ;:: Cut.:: :.: : :::::.I.v : 04 e a or P tsp them. We will be pleased ,
of .tream.-Iobe Miami., Lancaster.IBallot 10 a17pll C A. . . .. ....k.I..4. .. ... ......1.. S .a .fr "p IMp .
Hwlll readily be seen from this lilllsborough, then taken which reaul. '. ", you sornples.-CaII -. .. .wSi.
on what a large scale the war against Cypress New Little, Arch and Snakerivers' was COMMEllCIAL TRAVEL !SOLICITED" I Ar. : .':. ..:1=:t:'' : ''" ''''''' ..J : : 10 taop
ted follows Bass 6 6Lancaster -lop ::: :: ::: : : :: : :: : oop
the hyacinths I. to. be waged. The nave ,breed their way by natural aa : Donegan ::::: 5 ISp At' :. : .. :::... :::. .::::,::.. ;; : : isa .

Pt; work is alone made possible under.the pressure. The falls or rapids at. B. i. O'QuInn O. was then nominatedby i' Situated' Near Depot with Fine Lake View. i! 4 lOp Up Ar.Ar.:.::.::::;;::.:. ::.Poata. Uorda.:.:.:::::;:: .:::..::::.t I los N. Calhoun : 4 ..

.: appropriation obtained by Florida's their! present heads are graduallyworking W. J..Sears and ballot taken."Reault 11..10.0. ....., .. ..Orlando.. .......". .... .. IS-
in .. . ... . ..... .
aotlve delegation In the last Congress westward, and "Im.tob. .talor..I I.v..u
river. would unaided effect the drainage : O'QuInn 6, Donegan 6. t.p I M .&1....1i i.. ..." ... ... ... I lip Glottilna. SHaes. Notion's
Some time ago announcement was Col. J. W, AdeVbold was placed In 5 .p ... . ..... ........... 4 Np ;
made of the purchase of the tug Le of the (primeval awamp nomination\ by-W. J. Soara and ballot Fine Hunting and Fishing within easy reach 4 Mp. ,4.Ar.... .. ." .. ... .....".. ... p ** -
Iteve and of the plans for" Bgbtlng the The object of the present efforts I III taken. .* T top j 7 8.l A..... ...J.ckaK>nvlllsi ..._........... { t I P
hyacinths. This work: of preparation to assist. the rivers by removing the n -. 12
Result Aderhold ft 6. -
( la Before barriers at their heads and thence running : Doncgao 7 Maa .. ..Tatnim .. .: ii .
t the now end practically of the week completed.the boat will leave channels Into the heart of U.eEverglad. Motion to adjourn by W. J. .Sears -, 4>a :::.:- ::: . .- -: -. ...Lakeland :: :::. :: :::: ;.t: :: : :: : 10 I MlTM oop -- -- - --
was defeated. ... . .. .. . . . ..:.. .
F with her tender for Black creek where ... In his way the entire ro-- M. nominatedby .. .. .6. ... ..Ps4.tlty.... .... . p _
Mill. T. -- LMaburff
Murphy was --- - -- ---- --- ---- ' .
I- the first attack on the liyaoinlhawll.. glen will be repdered dry and arable. W. J. S. Carr and ballot taken. If 45 p :. : Ar. ': .: :: ... Costs ... .. .... :::.:::.::'. :: : : : ::: : : sit sop p '
Nine canals In all will bit I Sop . -.Ar .. . . ...... .& .
be m&de. All the for theboa con.t.ructfodlwltb .. .O.ID."UI. '"
aparatua I Result Murphy i Baaa S. :
: > 4 Mp- .b 'A.L.t
was made by the Merrill-Steven. ) a total length Df 144 miles anc J. t,. Leake'anarae was then offeredIn T 0p : .:.: L.: .:.:...: ::..,jukannvlll. ... ::: :;:::::: ::: : :: ::: ::.: Ma tm.
Company. The plant la constructed eight of these will be twelve miles in nomination and committeemen 5 .a .....A" ....... ..__. .J.k.ad_..... A..4-. _, _
t, each feet In width and ...: .... ..'. .. .. ; ..
after the patent, of the Harveat Chemical length fifty Sears, Overatreet .nct.IJeaUe: were understood tM.. ..r..f.. . ..Srt.I. .. lop ,
Compound Company of New Or twelve feet in depth. The ninth or to decline further ballot. A 440pss .::..:: AT.:. : : . .:., '\: ..U .f': . ::,.i.v.:: :::: ;::,: :: ::..::: ;::.. ,S- r'' &
main canal be miles State -r imeeorQr8 :
leans. Ch.... harvests, the. patentee will forty-eight motion then carried.Sailboat Bank01 Kiss slop-. ,;. .. :
ia htre himself, directing the putting long fifty feet wide and of. the same --to adjourn was H :.: Ar" ::::":::... ., .,.. : ;, ... :;:.::;;:::: :: ::::::: :::; : ..::.: ; :: '

; up of the plant and everything la now depth as the others. buUt'aa'l'uau ..pL" ,...Tp... .. .A. 7 aoa.. |1'IA. .....Lv sass
in readiness to begin. The tug La When completed these canals will 1)aIly .nnd.y. ,
4 Reve will be at work all winter, ...ndb'n.xt be used not only for drainage purposes 5 .los' 'Il. "a.t a'p'. .OpL".T..I'.ot4.! .'e-its M lop 7 6t .
S :
t Is that but for carrying material. 'loathe ..0" u *' a 2"p L..P CUJ. : .Ow 5 top a top -
spring It expected noticeable T O- LET *> C 7 fta ) lop 111 lop r> Temp .,.I... "los s 48p its
r results will be observed In new grounda and for transporting the J--?--- r* -i the aerrlce to Customers Every Facility ". ,. .,7 SOp Ar... .C1ieFM.r..... 4.v 'S lea .".. '
'lessening the plague of hyacinths. produce from the plantations to the of all lover. of nautical aporU; She . lip Ar..020..... LT .tic, a._
., The. work la directly, snder the chargeof coast for shipment, to foreign countries la flnt-claiia>> in every particular with Consistent with Sound.Management. ... Slip Ar..Tarpon Bprlaira... Lv .96. ..'"."
F. W. Bruce United States englreer. and by rail to the home mark_. thoroughly comiwtunt. sailor at. the 1. Dally.a. 1.,01.,
L.. The captain of the La Rave i I. The time necessary to complete theo helm. Apply to Valley. Gacette oltlce. ' Pullman sleeping cars on 21 and 32 between Jacksonville. and Fort Tampa
John W. Harlee of. Georgetown, i anv work according to the engineers and Personal Attention to All B...... Intntstcd to Us. TOTllfc EAWf '
contractors having it In charge will T
experienced skipper A competent .
crew mans the boat. Mr. Harveata. In be about five. years, and the total cost RHEUMATISM Slop suits .0L..T.m., .. .Ar,Ar .o.IOG 71 ..a l i _.lID.dall,_. I_N' Miss Tdtx M. '
describing to* methods-which will be I.. atlm..toed at about 850POO.' N. B. CARSON OAH5.chnb". ..106051*. .Way -roa. ... .611 IIp $00. 7 lUp .Snye. .' ,
of reclaiming the lands and .. I I lpAr .HaY.Doab. .Lv .>au t$5p .. I
; -- used in destroying the hyacinths, sale p. Sr. f.ytijAr Cl..'.. I., sOp. (XT.T46a ...p joto.JAr. _.W.e_.. stusi IsOp Breokl/ai Lied CtOfc. _
that It had had. remarkable effects In partng them fur planting will be CURE* AT LAST : .pjLmsinjtoi.L' : 4.. I" ..7. "IpT ..
] p I"' 121' .11 Hwomrn man
; the and canals of about 12.76 per eore,. which la eonsld, "Q I wDd'p. .111'
bayous drainage
'" Louisiana, for which seeing erably less than the expense of clearIng _- ,.&! 1lomold.L". T 1t: tiAr. : )louteum.ryLv; icp U:: Uulr health have j. I .1 ,

the /good results.. the Oovernment reason angineers forest lands of average density. Good News for All Who I IBM 'OH, AI4 .. ...... ." __ Stop. .lay.lAp. .Nh.ll.Il.rb... ...1.tUA"" ."" .Stop. ,". .". , $t 5, ..
: .
4 .
: < adopted I... The same process The) Everglades.baaln is fllled witha 80.l tUCp 1 .tAr. .X".a..I, .L" .. wo..ol. r
is used in Mexico and Australia, the soil of extreme fertility and productiveness Suffer With Jllictimatism CIrII .78 & . 2.. :. . o..C.I..L" co prescriptions .
latter, countrybeing troubled with J a being composed' of drift, "r : DWwtI.. .... THBOCQH CAR SEviCE. Tlo '..4Ar....tTmiV ., perform, many cu".they are" )
cactus growth In the streams. The .alluvium mixed with decayed-vegetable Free. eM ..... &IfJM.OIIifta"A No. 42 and 35 carry sleepers 1.,...Izr.. Lnuisti. .. ..Lv. i .. cndUtor.- -' i ,
fluid used shows its affects on the. haclntb. ,- matter, and Is generally underlaidby Si.J' ,Ag.. b..D New York, Jackaonrllle _...."..._.J 9uMoeuiLv UIt..= 8 t IA cnfWti wit my dmcalrf he.fl {
in two hours, when they shrlv a deposit of marl a source of much To all who suffer with RheumatlsnI and .. Day coaches be- j,. J' .. ,1.... ....lOucswoon .... led : CvouIaiKl 1 J
-J- al and in a abort time afterwards fertility and a corrective of acldHy, will gladly send free the wonderful JackaonTllle and Washington and DlnlnirCara betwewu Savannah an_ g lortUbc.isauthe2tottoot: I I. o'I. .-
P .
up. Tbe-solutlon follows The soil is from two to .twelve, feet story of how my mother was cured AS" shaOiMaM Makas New York. No. 18 1 and S3 carry Pullman between tvary Kuan in Think Mm tff ,
.- the disintegrate.down Vo lobe root deep-a black mold underlaid with after years of *au(Turing/ together with] cistsogIjao.taatriuws. neTtliNG tASYtX. ,- and New York via Washington and Penn. 78 and 23 IMI'OD"I.carry- I I. opsiMtf up to ma with rolortd *.:, iA
and destroys plants every seed They very disintegrate marl. It is the imrpose tit the1 people the nio t. elaborate. I f-eatlae on Itheumatlam .. saasl M esses .> O.. '.". MOrrsTrrO. M. ;. SJT. LOUIS SSO. I Ii man Sleepers between JaoksoBTllleand Ht. Louis via Montgomery. Pl. Mealy lout Uma monUu .cure ax '

so completely. that no fear need ha.vJlIlI'th.' work of reclamation in ever published Steamera leave Punta Oorda 7.00a and arrive at Fort Myara 4.OOp. WineofCnrduiI.iregulatortf& be felt of the withered plants drifting charge to plant cane, erect mills and No matter what your form of RbeuroatUm i f,.movffV9 bcsle arr.aial Mtmmf><*We a> S i1. : leave Frt Myers ate.OOa arrive Punta Oorda'4.30p. Dally functions, ,,uixl ij a' limit se4tonialiing .1. .-.-'
down towards Jacksonville. On account promote other agricultural and inauatrlal is, whether. acute' chronic except Sunday .n tunic,fa women. U cures _

of the large number of stream enterprIse Statistics show muscular, Inflammatory. deformank) t.i: .JA, ,", !tf, : Steamers salt for Key' West and Havana Tuf.d"fa. Thursdays, and..Sun- scanty,nippres i-l t.too f."It 4iycg.uiarsntp.uufui -
that sugar cane yields enormously ia aolatlc, neuralgia, 1I'0uJumball'O.. days atll.OOp. incintr ,
byaclntba which are. ;now it I. expected densely that packed the work the right sort of Florida soil, an average etc.-no matter how many doctors _-_ r> . -- -- I C-onnntIan.--___nn___ _ms.Aa___ a'-. ..I."n.11.f._._ .I_-.-,.__'__'J... f...... __A _.__... o the wiiinli, ivhitea auu ..uoJing.. : ;i
of deatroylng. them, will take threeS of forty-seven and one-half \ton. have failed in your case-no matter \ Information regarding the schedules, through car arrangements au. reserva. helpful when BpproHchlnu wOl f .
years, after which time the engineer having been obtained from one fleli. how many so-called '.'.ure cure" you Q PROFESSIONAL CADRS.-. 'lions, etc., may b secured upon application to any ticket sirens A L hood, dun: proffuiincjr, II chiU- ,( 4.
claim that the pest will be completely of 420 acres without-artificial fertlllxing have 1.1'1.4-1. want you to write tome O.-F. \Ag't. birth cliouira "f Itfaerqnently .

.- .' anlhllated. The tug Le Rave is of and with little attention. and let me tell you how my mother CHAS. BASS Ar VANS AGNEW, S. P. OLER. .n. Division Pass. Ag't. Tampa PAR.. brings a dear bebytohostes -. r
I light draft and will be able to penetrate The lands being level they are peoullarly was cured.I P. T. M. EON, T..f ., W. J.dAta fl. P. A. iL 11.. EMJCBBONA.T. M tutu have been barren for ) 'A I .
far into the sballowesstreams. : fitted for sugar fields and for am neither a Doctor DOl' a Professor I ATTO KBV AT LAW.-I Wilmington. N. C. druggists have >14X>
up DEALER IN .. o
In order to reach them at tb. use of modern; appUanoeaHthsteam -simply a plain man of bualneaa I I .I of (erdul. ,- y 'v
I have CURE
plow and cultivator. Can but a for Bbeumatlam -
the of the. creeks however, alight --

very this steam. top Is equipped launch I...Ith.carried. long alongand line. Planted. ten district years. ago Experienced ia now growing) sugar with and I Rheumatism want to tell all everyonswho about' It. suffers I wish' i f Fresh : KISSIMMEE. FLA Mallory Steamship LinesTHROUGH i WWEo'CRDUI

of hose, which will. mot'-as a further, growers from Cuba, Louisiana aDd tot be clearlyr-tonderstood-, trust p ,PRo J. W. SIMPSON! .__._.____.J_. .
-i-- distributor." Florida estimate that thege land. will that all who are suffering with this. FishI ;
easily produce 6.OOO pounds of sugarcane terrible disease, however apparent!; (9 -AtfDf DENTIST. .
In reference to the above we desire per acre fifty bushels .of rice, beyond the reach of cure, will write tome TICKETS TO 4,
to say that although we may be lookei: fifty bushels of corn and forty bushels. this day and I will send you b;, I Offio over Osonola Pharmaey.OmoB .
upon as a small county of not much of oats are now being made on large return mall this work: of mine. I ap- H01: 9.::00 a ra. to I m.; Now York, Phildelphia. New Hirven. New London, Full. River,

moment either .wealth: or politics, have areas already of similar been Florida drained.lands, which pal Ill" who especially are wearied to lobe and"discouraged'chronically Oysters.Notice 1 1FREE ,1:JO to 6:3: p. , Uoaton and all Northern, points HEALTH POLICY : t'I

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importanoe.merely' squeezed In between -
The drainage of lands will promote with "doctoring" and to those whohave 76 e ATLOWER -
th. giants of\he east-ami west coastswe .. many industrie.-agriculturaL., mechanical I been cast aside. as "Incurable.It T.Jepol lyrM. The system lav from 'natoraauses I 'L

are compelled to follow the flnge and commercial.. The purchase -! All you have thought about Rheumatism t; DELIVERY. .i..take .u. W.aUllow. d.bitt or run-down
of delivered ItaceDt.ral be Let ...Ilou both In and tall.
sugar cane at may wrong. me HICKS RA'TESTHAN T
-5' Of truth and assert that we intend .la HOLLOWAY.
mills will be one of the prim. our experience Surely, If you bar seasons' ebanges a always a .
the near future to take our place in Physlclans-.andJSurgcons ,
-- .libeumatism Dr. Jxave_.aauffering! ODtbor ----Thti .
--:- "'" tba"front rank of successful prosperity. small areas of cane-ten. to a friend it wiiflay you to Investigatemy of Office over.Osoeola Pbarmaoy.' VIA'-- bl Imp In the
hundred acres-will be offered' the and for Application fdr Tax : : and the -
,- nth these laudable plan. In our -:yourself Calls. answered day or nlgrdt. 11 f
highest prices. these claims I make. Deed Under Section 8 of ANY care a little ',
confronted Iob..ter PHONKa OTHER .t
'reacbv we are by The larger part of the Everglades 1 I. Send me your address today apostal Chapter 4888 Lawsof Hicks, IIO. Holloway: No LINE. andnntur.wlII do the I. ,. -
4 byacinUi aa a menaea-elid a hindrance, still a terra Incognita, exploring' the card will do-and I will mal Office No. I.D. , always trying; to maintain bet -

growing eveqr hour, to the finest portion vast tract of swamps and Impassable youthis wonderful) story. If you Florida. Pone j Passerigera.les.vo Jacksonville every Thursday* follows ; Frequently the weakest w .
5-- of our ooubty. andwe) will reproduce streams being aa Impossibility. M.IIY; have any. friends aaffering with Rheumatlsm MnTIClC IS HEREBY 01VEK' THAT J. HI A. TBOMASOK.Pi" show the meal dlare.&t i.
effort' have been made to penetratethe ,' no matter where located Celbo,,., purohaMr of put of Tex CanlOeala .* atAsrow,FLO.IOA, V.U the "Sea Islands" . . Met.Limited often leads a
a paragraph from the report of region but only three white men send me their address, and I will mail No.sled MS.aaJd dalad Mrtlficato the Mb la day.,offloa July,,and.&.D.has lass, ba. Wlllvlalt_.KVsal&ajM: .vary slit orol
the Governmein Survey of 1901 of the have been able. to traverse the interior them a copy. M.dareall.VICTOR for tax deed.ny to.laaua Im aoeordaao Mad.applloallou / .-wtlI ", ak. radnoUoa la Prtowi Iboa.vUiUoa VI. Plant System ... . . 3 :,45 p. m. a spring 0.fall,' or any/other
Klsslmmee Rlter byCapt.. H.rbeJ1 The only Inhabitants now are the remnants RAIN BOLT, TJloomOeld, Ind. CO-ly' with I.... Said eortlflraw ..b_ tha folkfwlni :m.D Barlow.Frf. fo tiDe, fO t matter, the,rigbt
thl of the Seminole tribe Indians, de.ortb.4: proportj sltnalod la Oas.uU Via Seaboard JVIr Line .* . . '. ., to .
Deakyne, of ( Ejjjflneer Corps-. county, riorld.. to-wft: ., . ,140 p.. m. (Fast I bid UP'i
S :;' a few hundred in number whose reservation Notice Application For Tax i, Wof NKM feaotlon a. Towasblp 15 south TMOkiAOOHrkjnaleteai I Majl.) wholi m J Do I
:. '.. _ is situated In- the Evenrladee. Kana-28 KeeL .fCMa Going (board steamship Immediately on arrival at Brunswick, ads, or o alone thai ,,
"Tue territory' tributary to this water Hunting parties are compelled 1 kJ-refi Deed Under Section 8 of" tb.lna.DC.The aald land heinz aaiamd .t tb. date of AM, C4 Asswsaas.a .. eause the

route comprises about 2600 square upon these Indians for guidance since Chapter 4888 Laws .M.Palmar of KM.inch Unlaaa oitlflcata said MrtlfleaM la the naaof .ball>< >U.awe*Ph..o -Offloo. ..4K1S8I1IIf I B' ago Checked Through Destination. ened all c&beJ.lo a w 4 ,
1 mile.. It ia essentially a cattle country attempting to visit the region without b*redaomod MOordlD.' to died will to. flawed ",ltt These
'.- the mild climate, abundant pas. assistance would be foolhardy in the of Florida. fKOTlCB th.roan on tbe l&b day ol.p.o.'.br. 4. I ID..l EB. TtJL.JR. For illustrated' : e.d ,
-and almost unlimited 18 HEREBY OrVf:If TH AT B. F.Lao matter, diagrams, reservations tickets etc. apply to
turags ranll'Ureduclnar extreme. The streams which cross and LWltnies. ofBnlal .... .
d... my .0&0. sad "A. B. .
pnreh.s.rof Tax C.rtlnoat. 1l001'lln datodto. STEVENS
the coat of raising to a low rem-os. the swamp vaty from one to lat 01.., of Jon. A. D. 1WS,baa fll.d, nets < i seal Ibis lbs lltb day o< )10.,._ ) A. W. noW. U'.t. ivDr.HAflTER'S:
figure. Orange culture baa reachedconsiderable six feet and of _. , PYEAg., JACKSONVILLE. FLA
: many them Send in o.rtlaoat.I. iny ot&c and baa .aplI I I be..A.D..wrMO.II .
proportions also and Is pockets: le..dlll'th. explorer withoutthe lion for Tax teed 101_.. In ...........a... with Clark Circuit ME ...D.NT..T.. '
on the 1001'8..... The, railroads that, knowledge. means of proceeding, law. Hald 08..111_ ombiaon the ollowlo( Oaoaola. County Court, Florida.of : .
_ described ,siuuuwl la OMW I. CooatrFlorida. .
parallel,this "valley on the ,east and or returning.But a.r.rt.. .: Gas Admlal.le" '
west are from 30 to fia miles distant, 6f course with lobe draining of 11 cha. W.of N. K. eo\ lea B BM ft Notice of Application for Tax O. J .s and "
and the cross country roads are fen the waters), this uncertainty! will all be a.a.iS a.x.ft, w.eto ft., HI ea ft!, :... 17-Tp. 11 s7Tb Deed Under Section 8 o( Hoar. \f 1,)to g P. .. "KISSIMMEE RIVER' ROUTE. u use Dr. Hartcts boo

-- 'and swampy, sometimes Impaaaable." removed and In time even the portion .Mid land b.ln .......... .t the. date of ORLANDO. FLORIDA W helping
J. I' He continue, "the prospective' Increase of the Everglades laid apart for the the I..u...... of snob o.rtl.cau tm U,. Dams o' fhtjpter 4.888, Law J>e wignr t-
r' in commerce la considerable on Seminole will be Invade. The rjnkuown. Utileaa meld oertlnoM.' thai I be rodnrnwl of.Florida.HOTICB ,. : .Ye"tb'of
Indianis WlLLSQN You
J body.- ,
aoeordlo '
to laxdeed will
( law IMU.lher JR.
account of the large amount of pine' not at all in favor of hAs drainage .ou oa tb. :27U> day of. DoMBbw, A. p. 18 HXRKBT OIYCIf THAT I. U. J.M.[ Steamer Lillie i Steamer Roseala,1 rlohlns your. enc; 3' .
. '" and cypress timber in the region and scheme. VM. WIII_.It.,r.buer of TaxCwtlSoau. Moa. S( N the area of land suitable for the cultivation There Is said to be fascination WITNESS mtoflolal sl.natar* and] 144S, 1470. : lat daj of Jan. A. .IA;
of a ' I( seal,' this of KoTomber A. D.>> ZeuS,'h..fllod sate nnlloaM I.wy oaW.: J t SrATxt AT LABOK. J : Cepteiai Clay Jafesiaveai, : Captain Clay Joksieesi.'JIr.Regular Increasing the
vegetables eta.
about the Everglades which lead. one lj. art|. ..a4 bus ..... ."pIlO8'for tn.. deed to .building up and renewUi*;
The report ends by giving- Cie total] on and on Into Its.. fastnesres-the desire '1f0. II..LEB. .I... lu _......... with Uw\" .aId ..rUlIea&a Real Estate Agent. > activity of your kidneys and

sum estimated by the survey as necessary or iurthet.rather the expectation. of new i of OMWOI Clark. OoonlT Clrmilt,court Florida .lw.Wd iebrie.e I.' th.0-1.follo CouDI-U.. ,de.eVIb.4. 1'ld..'ptoeeliy....Wl&l IJJSSIMMlE. .* FLORIDA. weekly trips to Dassinger and return. Roseada leaves. a yosi are feeding d j.. .'
scenes on, which leads to. \beloelDl' I _BrW.a JOHMSTOM. 1>. O. 5KoIwE and WW3.f You. i
XK.e..eslon Tussday and
for the Improvement of the. Kls I. KI.lmme morning arrives Kiasimmee Friday : "o D.rOu el
: ; of one's ay.Many hunters and i 4ol 51L34 5erUo n. aU 1&Township' J HARWELL, eyenlui gettlnif f+*>
,slmmee River waterway at $ .Z20.IIO. have spoken of this. The draining' of South, KaDIf.21 Ean. . Special Charter Trips tb Lake Ohechob and Fort o well o, d t wto. Har t, .

f II and with these words! "It believed the Glades will destroy a happy hunt... 80 YgARS' the Tb.tasn.we said' lend of lush totes ortlSoaM mmiutt In at tb..aie deW. of ol Jusricm or THK PBACB An"NoTABtY _. Lillie.. Comfortable Rat reasonable. let's IraaTonle without D. it. "'

;f :. that the expenditure of the. above sum ing ground of white men, for the rivers UP..I.JlC.TM. Unknown." Dnlea* saId .. .::aaall bo PPBLIO STAT AT LARd Te most Picturesque Waterway JIT pngn.' ) .,w _:'
,, ndaamad ;
teem with fish alligators, otter aooprdln.: to hew tu died will laao.
4. is Justified .lnte..te Involved etb. .On the larger Islands there: are 'r1 on. the_15th da].of .!> ,>amb.r, A.D.. MARRIAGES A' S.SCIALT. .-Pa'Me aed Freight Rates apply to '. C lu. Her.ts,MVrk 5> V

and the) lmpi'>vement Is hereby recom many deer. and thousands of bird. 'A 'Wltiwas m, elll"lII- ......"' .. ...4 Office 0 Stwar '".. CLAY JOHNSON SR.. Proprietor,. O.nTL.Mnw-4.0n, _,. Cax, Dayton, O."*

i : mended." > The present flora of th. Everarlades S' I this &Mo 18&b dsy ..rlo1'.US } ., FLA On bard "Liie" Kissimmee Fla.' wend Dr. H*rtOT ..u..rp. ;J4v .
H time "' consists of saw< rrr.....* ft.. .... vsuberA.- D.I5O2. Sraaly bolimU la the boot tnml.sawkot ._MM "2-5 rt'
,Now at the of the Iuner": thewater willows - -; , _ _ _ to-day Rv.ry aprlnit ana isfl %
cypress;maple ,J -
gam Clara Clmlt o.
"not Court of sy.tme .me to aMii seed 01 .
hyacinth, was'1 'present, to eto., together' with palmetto, rubber .. MANeS I OaoaoU CooBty Tlortda. =ts. sad pawl three Faars t! .
- $. 'any: great extent,", which statement trees, ferns and other tropical. growth. -' 'Dc..see . ".150Am. of ytxnr tours twto P j

I appeared In the offlcial report. off thapreliminary Although it might easily be thought A-..... _COPYPOSMYS__Ao._ Th! UtHt lYesenption for Jlalarla Old 'Standard'Grove's ._.. - ..- .1. Ynsjij -y-- -i4 w.a.

exaosinstloa but, 1 it most that the climate is unhealthful., it anA is I.--... r _ .._._. ''ChIll. and Fever la a oottV of Prove' TSe ; 1 .I.. '.... .
in fact, similar to that of Cuba :tJC1' .
certainly. at the present day and 0.- Tasteless Chill Tonie. It 'is simply LY&TWZkL.
the West Indies, the mean annual 1 w.
= "
= Iron and ra
I : ... quinine in a tasteless form.
,.. osola oouctr' respectfully l looks to Lesnper&tursbeing 13. degrees. The ......::.-. -- tfotmre, ,Price Tasteless Chill ,
Everglades! ) water u 1 Tonic -
J ..lit. those into whose hand.-her interests remarkably pure _
'I and and the SckIfkjterkaN.. ( ,
9snmItt.d 1 to posh this important sweet, government expert ,

-. ..A of free and open'navigation ofi statistics! show. are that almost fevers unknown and ..,pi4.tn4c4k.eaee. !,- a hthoieei..., ,RIuerJ.1... .t"weIy. iveee.iulo. ... T Maynard four ears) L.Company this week stood the.test '25, '

.,. '-i Rhino Lake OkaeohoJUrough I .. Ipp Plans ( Ib I ye3rs. ?Average :annual sales

-i I : to the Gulf of Max loo. We'would Ilk to call the -attention' :::- dl pit" 'lT **week"f swam.* ID- ,One and a Half Mflfion bottles. _. ALL MAIw3T' ',-
-I of our city father to the fact that! an ._ : 45.0OO feet. of lumber. : Does t>his record .
'}:... ...... kotrio light' of some kind is Beaded .( very long length Tampa to be
., .v at,the entrance to the school house, if .' for slUs for the u .of, appeal ?
Peoaylvanla /
I etty ootaocU!. considering the entertainments are to _,In.. to beheld Patronise. 'the ..Klsaissmes, Valleyaiet44) e From Tampa the lumber me UYP1. . 1O.e '(' ;SOt. I-
." ol.o rJclr Jail., ...: la the.. auditorium darkalgbta. > Job Department. , rol went .. >e 'NPa ,
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: __ _____ _ _ PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY _ _ _ _ E. B. WATERS, C. A. CARSON. ,
' E..VIpB.T + DRUOQIST. President. -
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VAN, .AQNIIW A HAR .. : -o' S

,z .Fruits Nuts Candy S

.. ''OHUAOH omcoTQHY.Pna' .""-' : :=: '.;R :E: _,tSa: : -<-- COMPANYuted Waters & Co.

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PI BTMOPISIT *IUMVn>- r>is>ar- IA o.,. CandlM Un juall J for"a! -. I> 1oaef( sad flaTorfait. -
"bath}1 .m. and 1 o.olock. Pu,.. meeting Grocer .
1 .- Babbath _
.very Thnnday evening at p m. .
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v .. Sohool tU: >aunJ.y morning.r.t,"dnirr' Pkilor.. TRESS'S 4 .TR.E.S8'8' : T RES'S' S - --, . '' .'WHOLMAU' AND
> *Am''T'.4 Jl r. Pallor.fraanblng .- : '. s. :S. A o ...r. alUt.
.,.ry Bnndavll. a. mTmnd-t f. m,. -, SI '1: ( AGENTS'FOR '
1 Vonti. fnorla's; m.Mln M p, m. gundaySnhfiol 4 OUIT ,
_ _ 9.4i a. m j Frar.r Dimtlng.. :.rt,1.bQn. -I I .. ."" , GROCERIES.
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Gray I'.loH'I.. ItSm4Or.-1A7 KpiwwraL' .orrle.ejHonon.very-Arahdmbon. Bun I*; 'Wt. l f"1'"l\'tk.r t. ketting well very. "'Hancock' Liquid Sulphur- Is endorsed on "aooouht of :not being 65 i I S k r" :I J 1- S
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momlnii; at II. Hunday:: 4hOimp.m.. : ufl -i-' and prescribed by many Phy years old. '
.,>...1.l w .hy lIme Kootor third and fourth siclans throughout the county for all The petition of B. O. 'Miller H al. .i _>._ :_>. :j i'CIECDLABJ ,
"> month. Col. Eli O.Morgan hal been spend- blood and' skin.troubles. Uua for' road in section lfrtow .hlx 28 ii:0
IPRmUVSCIAIICNOCCC.D1Y10. worahlponrv.ry ] < '
., Brat Hunday and third funday In .ah Iny-tha-jreejt h.t.own. i dreds of eases of eenema and other south range 2tf east, was ,granted u Need Anything -.xcs-c A1TD FKICE. Hay GfdtCS

f moolh. Morning service at 11 m.: a.. VeO. Randolph Ttalley ii now down. witha 1 skin diseases. have been permanent)] and U. O. Mlllor, M. 'II. Porter .od I" Grai, .
'' 2ftf nr-awlo. at IOO n. m. Bnnday. Bonnol at o'f iickoeas..Senator cured 'by the use of Hancock' Liquid John Johnston view-
tA O. E. Mnrlov at Sl: p. rn. Pray.r severe case I were appointed
a. m.
"c ._.etlngThur.des.vening. ., 7:00: p. JIll. Kv.rylxxlT Sulphur after all other remedies failed era to. report at the next meeting! of In the wsy of Hardware, "Tinware, fflDEs3uRS:
.. U mu.loordial'T' invited loallanS'b,_. _. Carson went.-U) Lakel..ndion Cures prickly heaL in an application.Hancock's the board. .. Oraniteware Earthenware, O lawware WOOL
F. O. IU.1..1'0, buslDeat Wodneiday.AlecJowjiuJiai S
,' pervioes. Liquid Sulphur cures skin Tho bond of O. M. IluLbard as jus-
. l) Tluaon. Bnpt.of i. 8._._, cat.-I CrockerywareStoes, etc., ,
sold his entire troubles of every, nature,, No home Ice of the peace district No.1. with .. l
tie Interest to. Hull Bass for $18.000.1 should be without iu. Ask, rjour U. II. Durrenoe and W. P. Underhill .9Country '
Official Wosther Report. druggist for a book on Liquid Sulphur uch! for tOOO' was examined nd on -CALL ON- . JProauce a Specialty.foil .
AVIS' *** 'J'.aATo.W..1 KHDIV.TVOUDAT Lt.-Col. W. K. 'Cadman. and 0e0'1' .. For sale at the Osoeola ITiar"CoMtity motion of J. 1>1. Walker seoondoJ by :. .... .-

,.A .' -, TB.III.; Daa.. 4. SO2.riRi .- Best:, of*Narcooisee" pent. ." : ma7.. II. 8. ParIJn..l was approved. N .
in town. Jnor Hr Capersuperintendent .n. IeI.naA.5..a.. -
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,i. '. . '" 'a" ""Dri.TflckS' : & Hoiloway went'out to. CotnmleiToM'era.Dec. t. he farm appeared before tbe COMPANY '
f'r poor B7MAKINSON ;;;;
S. :. :... ,..r.:.:v"a. ,11. Narooossee on Saturday on a professional I'"City} 1. 1902. board and withdrew his resignations ,, -. xc?J 3 E HrO. v_.__ 8TANPORD_* m Pw4sn .. 1:OUr ft m nP E CTia sft ! : .'
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'.. visit. The :Board of County Commissioners such superintendent, and on motion -
............ GI r.4'I' I.aissise. Sic.
Frld.' convened at 10 a. there being of H. Sf Partln, seconded by J. -
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I'I \. J" fill .10 The Klsslmmee Drug- Company has present, W. Bass, 8r., \,; Chalrmanf. F. Williams, Mr. J. R. Cape was ...- I I -.1rIvi ._ +.

t.. '!. :: .': :::: ::::: : ;t received a handsome. outfit for,serving. ' S. Aoree, 1L. S. Parllo. J. r j- imam, elected superintendent of the poor %f V- I .
.' 'f Sctur4cf..7. 1J hot drInk. and J. M.. Walker, Commissioners. farm at. a salary of *30 per month, _<<4At If a Klmoaa Is .Mother HubbardWFtpper '

..' ':' : :;;:; :::: 1: ':i MBS. M. H. Porter and children re- W.J. Sear, County Attorney, and and the same allowance for care of J : A large stoct( of Capes and '- with a college edueaUon, -' r

turned-last night from an extended:; W. Johnston, D. C. pauper.. under the same conditions u p.JI"0.1.1.f .- r.---- :
.,4 -_3. A. II iii.PIlON. !._)I. visit to relatives In Ohio. The minute of the last regular: as for the past year." '- Sacks at very reasonable- Weekly : .
mentlng were read end-approved, The chairman. was appointed to.
L,';;' '.Ms biiny 5. a hen with 0". chirk._'.? ., Miss Rosa Moreland and ."Grand 1 Laxative. i
-OIJ prov.rb.Friday On motion of C. S. Acree} secondedby look after and provide fertilizers, i prices. Guic: &: HHATTOM. Cl.cure Chronic
t .' r' _.._ m." Overstrnet. spent Thanksgivingwith J. F. William. the borU re.-I. et.c.jorths..poor farm. for the ensuingear. j .. troubles. # 1 H "

Mrs' Bartow. clndnd! the order making the 'rent of ;'>> _,.' >> >>.. P.a.a' to. talcs. Puny Vegetable. 1
December 5, looa., K. the Osoeola 'County Abstract; Company Mr. O'Quinn appeared before the by Osoeola Pharmacy. 1 .
3. the .
popular attorney,
Taylor, *5 i per' month and action on card and -offered to. paint tho windows < LgmmmnpmmmmmmmmnimrammnimmmmmK
has moved his law olfloe to a large deferred until January. frames and outside- doors of BUSINESS LOCALS. [ SHO ESJ
::::I 4' well lighted room aver Kat.a'. store. same was Stop the Coogk I
; NEWS. meeting. the court house he to. furnish all material :
LOCAL 3. W. Slater of Slatersvlile. R. I., The boud of James R. Gilbert., Jr. and do d0 work in first-class Douglas Shoes at Stanford's. and works oithetoId.Laxative ) .
i' returned the in the 01 for which :; Bromo Quinine Tablet cure '
last Friday to spend as County Treasurer sum style $90 l offeron motion
., "V 8. )R. Bullock w.nt't.o. isrow. 00 winter In his comfortable home in 110,000 ,with E. L. Lesleyrln-Uie sum IV. S. ''Partln secondedby O. 8. Firework. at Dann's,Bookstore. a cold In 00 day. 'No Cure, No Pay. 1 E F .f . ; -.-.
Monday for business reasons. North ICtsslmmee. of SI,000. J N. Calhoun in the sum of Acree, was accepted. Price Z eent.
11,000. W. J. .s. Carr in the sum of The monthly reports of thecounlyoflluers -Box and bulk Candles at Tress's.Queen i
'- ..;. E. 1. Leslie was Oal. Week yl.l1 The Edwards Smith. Comp.ny'bave 1,000, Jno. L. Deeson in the sum ol .. were filed examined and or- Quality Shoe. at Btanfords. Jleit Liniment oa Earth. '

: ".'4Ttr:, J. tor to. Jscksonvllle last week. added 1110 acres the sandhlls to their turpentine J. trJOO. Acklas Bass in the sum of ST!>OO, crcj< debited. I. M. Oreeavllle. Tex. ., L-8-J-
1. :, Mlsi Clyde !Bcymour spent )last Sun- M property, Wllrson Jr. through J. F. O'Berry In the sum of 12,000. J. The pald and cancelled warrants Hot Uoll every' day at City Bakery. write*. Ma't l.ll: "I had ..bum

,; ;*.....,. "da-y and Mondsy with friends In Saoft .. W. Miller in \the sum of 1,000, A. E. were destroyed by fire in open board .aU.1 last down in .I I
lI.oJ;>t} 'ioi1 Mr. and Mr... C. O. Keown and Bearden in the sum of tl.OOO and C. awl the warrants signed up. Go to. Stanfords to. get echooj shews. weeks; tried everything, but got' D # .
; Mr. M.... H. Sherman Lincoln K. Franklin In tbe of I2.0OO, as motion .
and rum On the board unanimously till a fried gave a part ec. .m. .
= Stanford is the for real barigains. m
f ; W. Ward of the United Land Ilk, arrived on Thursday to. spend the sureties, was examined and, on motion rpM>mmended to the Governor the place nlef. of Ballard's Snow Liniment.I -"sH WH.O.TAHPODWc ES-' t
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& ,, should be here f H a day or winter here In search of pleasure and of C. B. Aoree seconded by J. name of 8. K. Bass as supervisor of I ;, _________ used it, and tw m b.I joiliteslor of Low

- ,' i: :, health. M. Walker, was approved.Also registration for the next two year. Large stock of box and bulk Candles cured m I I ha.. ,, _-ww _. 'ww"-w'w". .. I

:, .'V; TJrouglit has be9i--Ja' ; town 'Mi'N.'E.-: Hunter, an ...sPllll.nluddrulraI. the bond of E. D. Roan as The resignation M. .1. Bass, as. for the Xmas trade at T.....'*. .. can reoonsmend V't.
; Key West'for govern d*..s tb's ., of Oulna Ga., arrived last TB*'Collector,, in the sum of 20,000, auto inspector, was accented. Snow. to the best linimenton
/, .- ,, week to suooeed Mr. Spenoe In thsmanagement with B. C. Partln in the sum of'I,0001 There being no further. bUslnossll'oboard "Millinery' reduced prio.s-a&.Mrs. earth for rheumatism." For rheu ! '
E. 'L. D. Overstreet. in the sum of .adjourned. Ch.ndl.r' sciatic or neuralgicpein.gnb ,
,,' : E. Lesley left on Tuesday for,hi. of of the Osoeola Pharmacy. E. LZ;; the of $2- i&Iol '
1,000, Le.leylo sums Snow will I
Lrl S
box and bulk atTre.s's.
bis goods .
Creek orange grove to gather 000 A. R. Bearden. In the sum of $2OOO. ,- Lowney's
A'30b PrlotlDadone in city style not suffer long, but b cr"'lle' .1. .
j.. crop of oranges.' C. O. Newlon has taken the local Ed Whaley In the sum of '2.000.S. at this ofllce. Reasonable prices. with a speedy and effective ou 2. GRIFFIN = **
that for the Aermotor. windmills H. Bullock la the sum of 'Z.oon. COo and $1 W.
Irarn withpleasure Miss agency Fresh line of Candles )just received .at 01. Pharmacy. .
Hon. U. W. of
Phillips, Tampa,
Maklnson la progresslag fa and fixtures. He I. also prepared to. W. J. 8. C.rr.ln the sum of S2.0OO at .
sustain hi. reputation .. a well-borer. J. W. .Watson In the sum -of 1,000, State Attorney' elect was up for a few City l.lakoi7.Buy Troubles'
although not well! )'et. If Ton Suffer from Kidney '
See hi. advertisement. in thin issue. as sureties, was examined mud on days this week: visiting his brother your ClirUuiias Liquors fromA
:* Vans Agnew went to. Jackson motion of H. S. Partln. seconded byJ. tev. F. 1C.; Sblpp. While here he was B. liearden._ Use Smith' Bur Kidney Cur Nothing I'
;I / on legal bJs'neas: last Vonday W. C. Parsons. of Arizona, -the well F. Williams. Was approved. taken out for a banting and fishing<< like it 41..s kidneys. 6'I fancy Family Groceries

; ; ht. and Is expected| to. return to-. known western mine and cattle owner Also the )bond of L. P. ai.> trip by bis brother and Mr. H. N. Call) and inspect, Stanford's' new cent at P..nac11. ,
arrived. has Uurbe1. ration. They got plenty of birds goods before buying '
here .
t. on Tax Assessor In lobe sum -.:.:....:..
gone down the Klsslmmee Ulrer to his with J. W. Watson,' J. N. Calhourand and fish and had a good t.Ine.Orange Yon Know .Whet V. Ar Taking
as was ,
.. M Illse. Fannie" : and kinds of Fireworks at Daun's. :Er'ReEI14E.A'Js: : : : :
$ VisitIng mock on Lake. idicaiinmos.Attention on motion of H. S. Partln secondedby : Chill .0. because the formula teplainly I .

Howies at Cottooll.I.-Marl- C. S. examined and has shipped to this time on bottle showing .
advefIsement ap Twenty-one yards of 36 Inch Domes print every
Times-Courier. I. called the
to new out8BOO boxes of about -
; called to the change In ot A. this issue. Mr. proved.J.. A.. Anderson made settlementwith 1000 coming In on the orange Sugar Belt railroad tic at Stanford for- tl. In a that t.a.teJ.I 1..lpllrn for C.aad QiD"P. : E Delivery every day, at any hour ; patronage solkit d.WWLL1WW1U1ULi1W11I1UWLULU1tILULU1Li1UWWWUliuIL. ,iE:

: J K. IJenrden's advertisement.. He Tress has put'1o a I..ra.t.ock of fancy the board for hire of'co.i"!c.'s the majority from Mac C.ndle'ba.. redtioed prices 600, :
prepared to furnish the liquid candles for the holiday trade) and. willfully \ for November In the sum of 1 U.3CI. and the sl..ainers Lllllo, Roseada and on aILMilliflerySpecIalties._ ? I : .0

fuMLy nts for ;jour Xmas: dinner. sustain! his reputation for keep.InK' 'which was placed In \the fine and for. aomalll. I are expected every. day ... W 1'1 AXistrover.White' .
f"O. the best of everything in his line. Nice assortment o 1I1adeUf.Picl.lI. .
with full loads from the KJ..lmmeenlver. '
feiture tuna. not only .
*' .. VtMe. 'rea 1
( .. 3. Aullman and Mis Frames at J. W. Thqmpoll
John L. Pberlgo has taken hisMtrmanent Id the matter of Mrs. J. S. BroaOr SLyceum kill worm, 1n. mucus '.'
Saturday night _from up .w-w w'w" .
on .
for a recommendation to comptroller Flre-crackeral FirscrackersAll) and slime, In they -ld their .
residence her being ) whi r
where they bad been at.- again
the fustlvitletefUsia', Week. employed by the W. B. Makinson for reduction in. tax sale certificate. Entertainment.On ; fresh goads, at Dana's Book St.o.... nests: it bl..Md quily. a healthy r. F. C. LEX.' J. 4
Company, and also having assumedthe on -land in II4o {f.lon 28, ;\township. 2fl Wednesday night the Audito- oond ..worm : S

-. 1.t n. hrury-lx, of Orlando, duties of United Slates. Deputy south range 20 east, \the board \recommended luni was packed\ with a. pleasureloving All kinds of JOB WORK promptlyand cannot .x..." (So at QeoeolsT) Monumental

.. knocked down by a., bicycle last Marshal.Mr. that sh* be allowed to. redeemat audience to hear Mr. D, Jj.efivrTch neatly done at this office. macy.Booud. i Th mpa ;--j .
J the. "Old Time l>Darkey.'
; .., near LI. home and, serious- a valuation of 125. .
L.Ji I braised\ but bo I.' now recovering W. L. Saulpaugb and Dr. and. The following toads for.carryIne We would like to' give Mr., 1847" Rogers' Silverware.. Price.we kidriVi-r>rtrt letl.Tb. MANUrAOTU..O.

rCAr ,', Mrs. D. Franklin Burt, of New York. weapons and approve*!: with' all due deference, a.iitLIe ad1'lce.It down, at Uann'i Boot Store.: use of'8mlt.h'. SUr Xld.y -
: arrived! Tuesday; to. spend a few John Padgett, UObt. LaMartln J. P. 1 he .would confine bin efforts moreto Cure will Try. b $ Granite .

( ; i.-J/Sulllvtn carries* the snail weeks in hunting,and fishing and general Tlson W. U Strickland, D. W. Cann the use of his .splendid voice and Guava Juice In cans to make 3.1l tIe and be convinced. Your Mot ,
...- WftrUtler.' visIted hi. faui'ly') at enjoyment. Mr.- Saulpaugh. and John Sanders. less to the, resurrection" of stories WATERS &: CAH OM Quo. Co. sells it aVOsoeola Pharmacy. 1 '
M4.4ust Thursday, buying a spent a. whole wiuter here two years In the matter of the petition of C.H.1 long; ago respectably and decently Headstones arid 'ab1ets.

a. : u e while there to use In bis ago and has always. kept a warm spot Bronson and others for a change of burl
. IDII88. 10 his memory for Kissimmee. the Point road around C. H. Bron to a far greater dClI"'H.h. Book Store. This 1 I. the'month of OU&U. colds 605 Harrison Street Tampa, Florida.

< If. has. moved hi.bott.lln son' pasture on motion of J. JP. undoubted fine abilities. Some of his and catch
,. Taylor Mr. 3. R. Spenoe, who has had dialeut exoelenl. Just arrlyed-One lot Picture Mould-\ acute oab yon
Walker seconded by J. M. Walker itbrles however were -
the street into. the bu lld- cold
k. across charge of the Osoepla Pharmacy for Mr.Bronson . and told with skill ..ndf88l1nll' big and Mat Board. easily yourself b-I .
the same was granted! provided great pen.iug.a Specially.Istimat. ,
3 formerly occupied by the Star returned last with n tickling In your throat . .
., the past few months, SJ. W. THOMPSON.( .4 &
; make the change at; his ownexpense and all of his were received .
works and Charlie Bass ha songs __ ..
cough night
'iw & ; Saturday' to. his home In Lakeland. annoying T you en BnlUUas; Marvto ...
the management. Mr. Spence Is a young man of considerable :; and when the same .is accepted with hearty applause.Good Books make nice present. We should always h.. bandy b of

of DeLsnd Is personal magnetism and made by the board, that part of the have lust received a new lot at Dann's Ballard' Horsbound Syrup. J'.IA --ir--_ -.
ci .. F. J. liohgdon present road which now runs throughhis { aa Wheat. Anderson U4 West St. Bali .
In the many friends while here who regrettedto 1 Book Store. I Li.
; uctlng a meetings! pasture will be abandoned.In "
The Water & Carson Grocery.:!
wrl.: us
see him leave. He expressed himself -
C . church this week. .Services much with the matter of the petition of Company shipped twelve carloads of In any ouantlty, full weight, Syrup for B.I.
I ' afternoon at 3.30 and evening at as being very pleased divers citizens for a public road from ICE Horoul oDbe
sale ,
> orange in the past week, making I .or by We UntmmmmmmmmmmmmmiimimnimmmmmJ.
but he had other, business ,
our town I riY.1 ri.
.. will continue
The meeting over Canoe '
which necessitated his returning home. the poitofDoe at Bassenger to about 3,800 boxes. From now on up w. B. MAKINSON Co. know.I" these
-- f !."" > Creek bridge on motion of J. F. Williams to. December 18th shipments will go trouble. I write thin to induce other W. THOMPSON.

-,, :-The; plan. for S. p. Bullock's' new The surgical operation on little Edna seconded. by II. S. Partin the very fast, so as to. catch.the-Christmas Save money by dealingwith people to try this pleasant 3

: .'residence have been drawn up and Ootwalles, a. announced in these colimns same Was laid on the table. trade. They have contracted forte ford, the originator. of low price. in cleat remedy.. toe, Mo and $a e O UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER 1

.. completed by J. -W. Thompson in a ) was performed last 'Saturday. The board then took a recess until crop on John L. Moresn-'s grove KI.1m. oeola Pharmacy.. 1 .

4.. k-> most creditable m.noerJ and 1 it prom- by Dr. Hicks & Bollow.,.., W. are 1:30: p.' m. at Lakeland, the chairman. of the railroad iz..LLIxzor-.
., addition to. Klsimmee's that. the The board convened at 1:30 p. m., commission.For A large assortment of choice new e-
beautiful -
1 iaes to be a Messed to state operation was, Healthy. Kldaers' Means Lon_ Ufa. : 3
architecture.. In a suooess and the little all being<< pre.ent.The design in China and Japan Mattings a.3= s CO".E.
.. ..- every following bills Were examinedand at Hand's Store. Orlando. If want to restore kidneys '
: you your
I sufferer is now on !the fair road to resovery. full, complete and reliable Information Lailu and Robes. .
,li?L r <. ';: E. IV,Zetrouerwhi1. hung out hit though& already feel keenly ordered paid to. wit: as to. rates, schedules to their former healthy Mate take QQU'

'. shingle here recently as) an attorney, the 'loss of the missing limb. Only W Ir Co.. Com.. and.. mileage.. ,.10. I > 90CSAoree sleeping car service, etc., to any point .You .bOll see those second hand Smith. Sure Kidney ,cents atOsoeola LINK FTTROTTUBB AND ;
-:- -*-il a*moved toOalnesvllleoaaooount.of thirty-two. -minutes elapsed from theime -"- ... ..- .. .. ... s M no matter where located call on or .. dl.h. A full line at prices Pharmacy. 1 STANDARD SWING MACHINES. :
II 8 Partln- 5 C j
.. business complications In that city. until the Jr. too mention at Hand'sStore. OBDKM iv wAIL oa ,ui.uoasraejyan
the operation began leg J F Williams"' H > . II olJ address C. P. Collier DIvl.ionPassenger cheap t
Klssunmee I. sorry to lose him a. bemade bad been amputated the wound M Walkor .. : 17 to Clear ra.ourt attuvioM., .., :
Agent, Atlantic Coast Line, 'BDit. IIU. .
;. friends during his short Jno M Lee'Cl.rk and Auditor ...... M 1cr 1. B.P.I".D IAcxC.
.. many and the llule patient,.put to Fla. .
j Tampa,
zsseti Pravalt Jail-Guard I... .... 12(1 e. di Info Oi Jua.1DI __
t.a* W* have a lot of Center Stand In be bowel
: ,
W.J 11(0I
.,,.'It\'\ ; Jlmrnle,Wallace, 11 year 4 old last. _*Is the city going to takcqo steps. to. MeCorry R c.BaaraCounty... ...Jinllor.ol Attorney... ..and.. :::.upt::::::::.::. 5'. COt NOTICE Oak, three. sizes, second hand.,'we are ing and 8aID 1". these organ, =S .I VOB THB OCOmOB W. OIUKC 11. vase.CO-" HOIOUHZNTIHL&DSTOEI.. .- VAND

: ...... to. Saturday whU. trying to- extract aT" fill the gaps formed by dead treesalong .pauper........ ... poorSare :28 M li gives. that' I will apply to> the clo'll out at Ire.' br..ln. and [ in a. normal
sm&lID. B. reoeived jolncton.. j : election;; .: .... b.1b E HAN condition of removing n
"shelifrom a pistol the street This 1 Ie nearly theseason W. H. eauvaa. v 11 00 .of OxiOTla County Florida for ; ___
:t <:
"t' ;*> m onrhen It went off. H. I. now about and tree do not thrive ... well a* they It II F.oa.n.RorwSIi " .. .. 00 anning reel at.itata the northeast"'U: nomer of aonth Oystem For Chnetsna greasy skin and I J 0 p.
f. ''', .4* hIs band I. doing well but the-moral should and we would like to bear sug 1101>&. Meml..loa.Clerk too _U of aortb",.., U of _Ion one township pie*, blO.and ..
... \ is to. I ": ,}Inspector, :: No. II a ooa Mnith tw.nt7.iImi. .aat, Leave your order for your Christmas ,. '
... of the episode apparent everyone gestlon from cltlsens with a view to n :.:; 0 ; :ooH tw.ntr-alx tense 11
,, ran west 10M cbalna south >7!< ebaID..1 Oyster with Bass .
V : be tested by the next C. .
Jrt. and waiting to suitable. .
Our 8
choosing<< trees more i>h.y. 00 .OU chain. north i73-ehcissio ......nID..uon
.A ,. choice i In favor of camphor >trees' Quo W ....".. dirt also No. t sad &cluing. nor.,more or ReeL Tor want**. '
vbol. Roman
bringing rturntr....... ...... .. ..... 440WLBtrlokland. of Flrae. Caodle. S S
8ald real mtat balonslns to the mtaM
'7' The Southern School and Home but a* they grow well in private' garden inspector alMllou.. ; NoS S OO Charles' Wood, den_, and ..1.10 be po Balloon, 0 at the We would Ilk* t ask, through U MAYNARD LUMBER Co.
:;"r/PJ been fortunate enough to. secure Hon. here and fast, and cattle do not Ilk.: w t Campbell, "too. 0- Bar d.bu of said eMata.' column of your if there'i I
.i"" : 11. K. Rose, State Che-nist who I. the taste of their evergreen' foliage. Lewis returns Jobuaon.Imp..else.No..I and.bringIn . 4 SO M.I
.. known all over the South as one of\ all praise highly the ap- I 5 Strickland.;Cl.rk.1 i*,. dM.. 'No S.7.'." S 00 4.Deeenr of January 6. 1902.A. D. 190$. Flow forthe cure of Indigestion,

-.'.' the most practical writer on farmnbjeou peal'&noe'of our neat street bordered R C Bartxr. 1..._.. "" Of Do Of 4. ... 1 00 A. L, DAVJD80K. Notice Dyspepsia and Liver Troubles that Saw and Planing Mills j
with lawns, a* fine a* those B W Blmmons 1 00 dmlnl.tratorof Eats&. of Charla. Woods,da.C. not been cured and also
.,, to take charge of \the agricultural grassy W H Mann, ,200 .... las we _
; -
; ODd To Friend anaPatrons
and the in : ,
.i&:'It 1* not oeoessary under private oare, gap Ed Wbaloy etork alasdU hal bring- my their reeall. a Ba
'Ii, .will make this the t..N the only present .jesore.Prof Ins 100brlnr..reL. I have received a large assortmentof of food, .
this Bill
to that Now In '
= Complete
t say "I'n. "l and
if p'.i"di."N
5 Gin Jleb.
". ; attractive magazine even. more reada.bOe. 1 ...., ..... . .00 n- Wbl.kt.. WiD. ., D e. n., nervous dyspepsia, head-ache... Yellow and op"'loo Timber su. '
"' .,'Beader.; : o7.iw"d'ut No*... I for Clsta. tade feelings, sleeplessness P P .1 KI
'- '. .-Tallahasseean.- e W Io>.p.<> oo 0. Hewlon depoo _
,... . M WII__.. ... I""oo" J Of "OUI orders trouble connected with. oT == . II.1_ -
j'"\ ', :Mr. H. -O. Chapman, the new proprietor The entertainment at.the Auditoriumlast E A _..neaD olerll" u. .. loot "" IOU. a. specialty the uT. the fa. or liver "'
Friday night was of the highestorder B Tnmblln liupao " Not.. 2 00 .Agent for U' T.M
i fa .
t.. C of Hotel Kissimmee) taking .._ sail and. am better to has been sold for many
W Hall, teepee .1e8- t No prepar
.' ,- .a keen Interact In the golf groundsand of merit. Never before ha Klsslmmee bringingratnmi A ............ ............ linoIA in that line ever before. and 1.wo b.1 MAYNARD LUMBER Co. t :..- ,
has decided ,to. put Joe Nlmiui been presented" with such- a H......'. aD._.)..dial. Ito I......... t "OO" .. Aermotor My took I. complete In every partic ,ol.lH ooaDt. and seed' -
.. _,_ _
to marvelous) exhibition of Jugglery I II ....ONI.... el.rk >< '!- s yon 0 $ <> $ 0 $ $ C'
upon it for two days [in every week ??? ular.. A. BcABDiac. book free of cost. v v v v v v v v v. ,Vv v W.H .v > v
Robs' LaXanln.: Im._ .Irotlon dIM No7aadbrlnK1nl.ratunMX. E
-w downright .
hand and on
., the card tricks, sleight of o O I 10 ,-
and with
.kieplt In good order >: ... lit 00 August Flower, - _
_ _ 'work be has lust done this should ..D1' magic. If Mr; Bender bad lived' U .. ..... 100Ja S bottle tied. Vf. have never O :
'. vlsUlog splendid a lOW hundred years ago he would harebeen > 5 SWalk.r '' .. ... \a 00 wipPIILLS- IF YOU CHILDto
n :
i'r'! siureany' golfer : elected a witch of the blaoV- Jno R$._ .sink u. 1 00 SEN' YOU it* falling. If so, Bt more -
opportunity. Indulge with .pleasure I O Mnrpbr; lupe. SW" Not., .... a OOr serious I. fibs matter Ask
". [" and be would have been religiously : with wl 70.
,' In the "royal andV est dye > ... looJnoCKnnla
imp, ,and encouragement ToppeD .. a y C your oldest druggist.
s.ndburi.1 : < U :
to crisp ,
-fcsnoeuI'gsme; ; \.... burned a elark.Uadlit. ..:(and aoo. rest assured It will receive O. O. GBXBN. Woodbury, N.-J.
at U. >.cross road of a. public high W 3.Carr brineW 1. .

,.J- 4' .r 'j'tiapt'clav'Johnson, :*Jr.,i with. the'. way with. a. stake driven through. him ,if TlnarfroaB'wori':" j; ; ,'....'...'.....'.'.'.':''.'.'.'.'.'. a 50.8 Ml. -7 attention that I. voId U CITY BAKERY I.
':c. /'Uoseada1. .arrived on Monday with to hold him down forever.* Kissim /no M LM for Oarrat PrlnllnK Co, blank cru .
about 800 boxes of orange from down _' warmest thank are wdue Mr. book sad lef.leap...............' ...... IS"M o came yonnelf. do not b -. ," .
Vv 1 ...... ...... .. :
?N'i' :'the rlrer.% On Wednesday! the, "Roset Bender for Ms kindness la -voluntarily JCLorks.up Kits.: .supplies retsioN0VIb.i902..W.panpar . M 110 oe Unt'abttto: ? We.b. See Golco & Bratton'g 3 _

t**, A : s.",!' went to-tbeFleming, Le,,.Katz ssslstlng our people in this splendid Q II Iv.y Doopul" 19 P..g.olll08r Nol.,.. .00 TANKS - _
-i..* ._idHaylow !groves'on t. k.. ', 'ohO.m manner and fcls departure afterthe C L ,$ " :: :: No.....' 2850AOB.nior. te bt Pt >New;,8tock ot Ou .

po1taIfP..t bringing\ in from 000 to 700 termination of his. regular< winter .1 N 5rntih. Of.. .. 14o4.Nos.:;;: as moo oo: PUMPS reliable tt t anteed 4hoes'.
w 'boz: :e a. On Thursday hn-Jef.-lorto visit among-us, devoted to the Pleas D31..IDD.P. -. .If Nol. : SIM I d Pb. Fancy A
1 ""IIi WKlulmmee to meet will, be P W HilL' If. No.....' 1700 buy. .
River, expecting of active disposition : It '
,, and ure an B i O'Oalua.. road work... .._rial.,.,.v: -C *4 .ETC ETC Cream Full
,be "LIUle" at 'Alligator. Bluff ote4Itbb.artMlsregre > 1_II I.e., .i.rk", 700017 ....10...._ate- o beliefREX ixgMv 0
.. '..a.will return her on Saturday or Mr. Bender was most ably assisted tlonary, pmtasa.Ma... .............". loooIT -AIM Contractor for -
Sunday, with aDCt.her..Joa.d'of. yellow8.vifTraftv' during the evening. by M.... 8. H. Bullock ) H ballot boiat......' IT 00 I"
I ,1); lpt . ; ,., ., /"" and Miss Albert Hinton, both in B a O D:HamU osanaoMHUaion. tax":1: : Artesian : P O 'R. O ; Lr

,! / '' peelaVxj ert Lot violin and pianoforte musloaod. great t K .Ulbe .Br,MnmlMloa Co Troa..... s* 11 S PLASTERSKing w _
1-r' > .....'... .
road ,
Helen Carson W W ".IUD work.
I' the Rational DeparUnent of Agrioul- thanks are due Mis .. !' .?..:...... .<.'. 400: Jt>n> ft. We et IfceUutive (
i Ta'Io.PerUD _
\\I'( V \ure, I it*In Florida. itndyintr cassavaVytJS.woltars. and Dr. J,, V(. Simpson for vocal' solos hard. ... If .".....,.'..........,.'. bOOS : : f ,AH Jt )uaia! rac
1 ; rendered.The' > &iiii If. If .. .. . -
excellently ... .. ,.. Si soITu..bIis.
.-close 10.f most W A "' '" : Pomp ,Walls. _
S 1.w1 I.' :tS3kttlr/;;: lao.. .He the I.; growth making,; 'Iquallty a andTt'P4 entertainment.. ended with of Mrs..,ort.M.KtxMrs. 11 Pftsai.rsu8. :. :". ::.:::.a.'.':a1::I S. ; , shel a- .. ,/

; a1 plant of a ohoru composed C, P Pe.sii.I di....ty tiIoerUI'e' pieciSna.. JlOOo will &ie hxtmediate relief.' They .
I conditions of the prepara- COLD u DAY ? : :
Bled Oar.sonVMIss P Pr.vs&i. PrilOosrs, .. .. .,tow r Ole ), l .: ,)
f' 0.1.
K RaIl.yvMiss .
medicated la
*ry t 0. lull report to the iep&rt- Miss Albert ..... Ir. a,,_ ,...-... _' () gis.lseea. pin a carefully a I Booms >"

,. ..0:,. li.iIIJ8IUia\ : IDqDi7I. ..pecl.U1.411II .4Ir.el. Hinton. and BittS M...Johnson..*. J. III.: WHlson, ,.-. .........., ......................... f S .. ncr whc permit the pores of .. AU c refund the -T 'NC: LINE.CANDIES. "SS) ,1' r

.c -.. "Investigating' cassava a*food Jr. sea Bam Lupfer, accompanied on The following "pension applications I" ikln. absorb the fsOle W. 0'. >JE mwT..
milk t tmt '
Wtpok, both fo,!! 'fattening.and examined and approved ,Jeremiah :
-.t. S1 I Mr Van- Duaor which were :; eoohi a.ipuescbboz. DU" ,
':f'' UcI.. will k.Oton.4 the piano by .. proper Po 1' 'SnTa2.r, _
If-Mr. Tracy go .
u :f. most enthusiastically. received by Walker and .Eenry I Yoa can get your Job Printing: don 7 I. .f
: .: oe will see a grand ewe'safl were audience who went home Iils. I *t this oOoe; &la np-to-daV ,.atrmiye, turn c fo a f ;' : # "
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*'oal in- the delighted ; .. , s.. ApQ .Va .'
o' fl-h. p'Owt.b and receive much..prac -... . .JuuDar11 p:.. i.1L:' .ff.: $"ti.mreiionablsgsts.. -f t LEE,5DrSuIat4! ) ij, > 0
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theoctaU.thci' thID.en4 plowing .I Jl -th. ..,table,' young" ynen.\ ',and. ,woanen, I pad otLl par cent lo November.'. '1 -, -. rlnr.-,' .. ;' --- -' WS

: : : i + them under)'w* may" H .t ." torr tw each other and to the V Of the iva principal sweat potatopraduelng -,! : rf-.F" FerliliziRABB )

_'. p;;t i; wMch could J drta..ow..rp! f they met around my State ." including Oeasgi >, S ; Pn P ; .
tFerLUizrDcpartmQt ,
mV1: ; -Rurl New %' Qar aa iual ThanLaglvliif" -.f table and .ry I night I eould not *'.and South Carolina, report' average ;;f' c. I TLNf i'P

.- .* % u !. af health aad' plrU mix.tie oonpany. yields par *er* of Sweet potato .
S* i Ontysletaa .. uebf; 'The .who, had In of their: ,
| \ gay group **) letbn aroma ten-year avwragcja :
i wMla t bad _
,. .4" 'r died' br. i I was shown a large orange. orchard a. "bo. during wa the u. S been 'together two whole ., I.onshouae anJ five, including North Carolina and f r
1..llfTltK.I.cltllOihr.\. dNGt. pa%| .8a. dominated Alabama, report yield below sock averagea .
.;: .rn Che eastern end of the county oa* .. everything ,n everybody .
. day last week that'had a Mrip of soil .I"a.U.uprbo. with Jollity thus engenderedi .Florid. 118 bush!* par acS ,-_ p" 1. AT.T ill, D.
.. +t+++.+++.++.. aOI closely The preliminary aotlmata of the average .' 'CROP
Jollity however relating
: running through it. with the trend o son baa bean fairly Bowl 8 (Of ChIcago) TIME TRIED AND TESTED

r r- The Heed of ......1 ,..11..... the valley,. thoV( was killing aU eropa .bar* .u'u.failure to Joka and events whluh the other yIeld per acre of bay I* 1.6* ,- . ,

1"hou wlio meet and associate wMh! < wlthlnTlt* Influence Te tree while, bel tare ben anuanaUy coruVi not share .li practically left S ton, (Florida 1.41 tonj against an ETB AMD BAB SURGEON -5'----- )IafaAured especially u cull' aljjii* efitu ofIba
half of the table la a average yiel dot 1.28 ton la 1901 and :
had. to the rlm
height .n.n
farmer In various localities are continually Iwo sir tnlY good.x hus.,kerglng Jh* ,standard of thai I could do 1900 and ten-year, average of 1.28 -
ito I .
Hva fee" prior the tar prosperity up to 1h1,. Bo.. let 0hlol 18 Tear' Kxperlenos, GARDEN & FIEL'D
't meeting the 1loYh.$ .' three years' showed 0 sign of ....k.I u* enjoy 'turkey, .er8. th exuberance of the bu. tOOL The present yield I* with the exception .ND. PUIRIDA.H ., .S' ROVE. :
could only alt by of 1898 the highest, aver reported
c. ,la the ni wut er with our f arras t We I 1 ness or death: On Inquiry I wo told sauce, pumpkin plea and 'oraogva with party the of If you are ralalng Tomatoee Harcpl _. CetoT,.8tra1rben1" Ltttatie _
4 must : commercial "continually ,the land affected contained a subsullof thankful he rt the of 'all ,them having t plenty of.fa by Department Agriculture fMtllioer '
apply f..ri.r < TO Ol.e far of .Cabbac*, we can supply yon a made eauoclaily for tseoo. that bar;
each the eleven
t or get no rew." I.F labor _ cement clay from three, to four Drftv4tei.beJOw4he this pro.p.vitysnd with and that tfa. rest p my poe were and principal H been thoroughly UaVed. Our Wmo I '1' Use No. t baa the beat fruit prodncta* .
.ur.g hayxproduclng states report an average ''Wante'dCom.
; it wa* oat so 'whcu wee a boy; lurface. .Without trust for the 'utur fake bur from'happy. record of any fertWaeraold tn the state: We bare bad 22 year practIcal.!.

r 'ete. And yet; t the thinking reasoning dub Uila w.. cu.of nthe den of>U*.' th beginning "It all.comes from the thoUghUeaa- and yield also in in excea. of of that the of last yea oata bran potato and fcrttliicr leDce and have apent more time and 10 rae, IB crop erlmentlDg| that all Ue

the answer .1. easy of ..: U there la any another season.f .. ness of out. but It I. a though xoeea ten-year av- 4Ouesn' manufacturer la tb* tate.. Hmldea .JIIK'I.II.'... for special erop we carry
agcukurl. ; tacks palmetto **
The to '
Tha generations gou way to reach this obdurate'stratum ._-Cs. I nea t. really lo"; If entire, average aa quality i* WnU (for imfootoition. la stock all kind of .'FKKT1L.IKIN. MilUUIAlJi AND COUMlOAlA.W .

before us wntifull, of decayed ,vegetable and reduce It to proper teolDf eon1ticbeinethod -. f_live the CbIl&r.a.M'beliai even or two of my hel .* f1.T per cent against% 91.3 par oenIn .*.DeUaht..oot. S S .'were the: fleet dealer to 'ut the different...,H-l1llaaig maUrrlaia 'wltak

matter- )huiim.. It was cropped out should pabU.hea : Io bad reallsedibe want kindlinessshe November 1001 1900. and'80.7.per cent inNovember. S THI. AMHRICAN FIBER Cfl.Ja5keoavti1e. :tb.* reacta of grower*, a fact .they ,uoul. d boar in' ....d when ordering. We offal 'T.

4 Then limewas applied. often in e. m' more of. this character 81 I noaeea 1 many newanapera or he wa dlpla>'lng. a alight ef. S .FlaAFCO .AMasONIATUa: :. U18UKLUAN KOUBi
and wagazbiea.tbe picture of wholecourse All of the,ten principal tobacco
cessive'quantities. and beneficial Iiaibla' b*. aa tb*"W would h. altered .th. .
f"> because the caustlo I.rve changed older.t foun nubsoIHng. oo matter a beautifully dressed doll with It. da- for of . S.. Slate except .'__yl.nla report average . Hulpbate Ainniania, Half ,."
r and the'beguiling word conversation yield acre of tobacco la excess Nitrate Soda, Utue
tr -moke per
of the done./usn/ reach .
tha phjelcal character aoll bow thoroughly
It "rlpoo. .hl.bllly Dried Blood Ufi. Urns)
'making 14 and-friable, aome- and there. no ot haadT keep I ao. n for two of their ten-year areragea. The FEMALE FILLS .. .5 J''
.e. t b . High Grade Bluod and lions, t.pjuerse
prou. 1..7 he given description'' were trir. long quality ot' the tobacco crop i* fair.
what akin orlglnslbut the lime it. I, but lilue ft* ,." .t.A.
manage rlte. .hru.h Pined and Bon : Stone
p.ap .
10 the"dull would .; and considerably -, ,
nbe Tha-appl pear
enoug : :
H did orchard of dinner I 1. '
,_ added no plant food ihoug-h asalst Ia another yungr "f S Bono 4utistlt'.k
; In breaking down both the organic I In- 4he Vsll.y.a, *"I.1eoodlUf bargain Se the aa-ked-for price, foiprloa I I. well J the cultl.aUon.-of any above th. ten-year. average in 11KB WEll, WOIEISTROI6 FOB DKLAf.D -Tankage *. l.alld Plaster .,j'. & f.
81lrbrle :
.hara la, ia of the mlslead- ) nearly all the Stale la which tIh. ?' . ; ''S
and 'the lirafgania releasing tree are .pl ;man. or Ih"11 .
joung SeedMe.i. Whale
"e W01"n. Bright Oottoa Oil
m.tor. es. '. PERIODS ," ." Huap.Orouud .
Or' of these of importance
headline. The trul\fl.fll
potash from the SMslsUngnltrUlcatlon. way 1. and log prl.must b carecit tot,rg"ll. inike'.y: re raising any Dark Cotton Reed Mesh '. .
oupiMiraa.Bl r
In this way. . :. social Invitation; awl the grape crop la slgh4-! F.VIU.Y-PACKAG CUAkANT&CD. n '. ' S
As a renuK after at.. will probably die unless th* aubatr"u.nI. wo.led by Caator Pow_.. ,.iilpb de Carbon ,'
more crops were sold off the. land broken up*by Irrigation .. The reer'of. and the believer: In, I It wilt certainly bring It. own recom- Iy, below such average. ,These V.tli *f Ion*. mpOrl**.*) prlvat S S .OJ..t..r 8t'II. for Poultry" .. S
-. ia aaVed to send las degree The estimated production sugarcane .. .ow slabs ..'"
t contributing practice. htv *IOUM '
treated further of flrki-men- S
thus were In the oo.-f penaef "f'T.8DI Paris (iror-a
.I.plre -1. I.rg' and 'IflSeriicililfeaeraM
Ih"tO. tim .P'Ullta' ,1M S.
tha-advartlaerSi 'order ia percentages a full- rop I* a* remade 50rT&l -
Ha av&nblu; plnnt food, hll, again orchard IrrlRaUon has been' <0 the pessbteof: F.m.l. i te dusts svnly i '
b be.- Set "-> ; itur.te j..Io;
article usually Jew foKlows: :: North. Carolina and Texas =\l. *
cheap blood wkn TOB,"COO ,
tnbritiging .1'IIBI..1
come hard and compact and could tried, but ha* no efl ecf whatever .01ml .4! sad CSUM a Ins Ilrbad.VG'fack .
t fer but aliRl't resistance to dry weath. the soil to an ailtiblB condHlonr elry; .uc aa .h1r"wslal etst fancy GlaleaK .Cwltsir*. 80, .eorg1s84. Louisiana 82. South in a m.nn r at.gmt.d. Iks "- -
1.11 plna; pins, or something of f Carolina 76 Florida 75s Mississippi ?1. which, virsins srs lubls to sad brinsr BSCIM I Iow tirade. ..potaeh Cut l'olist'coflt.w., 1
er. At the came 1lma, and for the The owner has eonta rleelan into III ebsniMl. l ksslts is n- -
hat : . Theve thing are to A few I began to Investigate and Alabama 07 "' : proper Kalnlt. S No. I lnund Tobacco .' ,:'
same reason it HI led with water durIng water supply of iH) or inche. 0 b years ago . and Iks pstlmt who laok<4 Ilk* ., '
t the returned-to the- .the gl.iaengsntl possibilities restored lovely .'anada tlardwoed Ashes, I ,'ininiuuil Tobacco
the the bus able old. money Il Tha:ewtiiuated average .yield per acre death to s -.l" r -
early spring u
l d.I' colinequrnlly be preventextreme and then the and handsome . and It poiiM: bo are lbs best mtdicins ever lot Babe' ) 'lultacco Sterna. *"
under ,
large luIU."Joo. of rough rice In bushels is-as follow: 1'flOSrilOUIO ,
clover ' .
,. rooting pliuvta- drouth; In the dryestears. void. wom chats sHIiclMl wllk what U coos I ACIDHillmolved I
siuipZy, : smothered- h".leu" The subject.of I sub- doll will be sent a* a premium.That's . 10111. soil anJcllinote.I tnuMtioa 21.5 North Carolina 31.0 monl, called the (>rM t.k... which t_ -- IkM roe- round Tobacco
.. 4" { isbduratai the picture free baa .It* wrote the North for any South Carolina 23Jt, Georgia 31.O or tkrcs bo* s euruisl sad are Bone. '-. All guaranteed noleaolled, sad toee.'
, wb.r t.I4j..r ;
of at the and tolls ShOuld bttontlon' anew Jw. S S
walt all .I. engHg4be tw siosllcnt ol the hisseS,. tain all
they had foi-dbutribu- Acid Phosphate.P'uolrm their rertillslng aud laarctieMe
.KfUrcn of food %si lie fertilizingcontent of ,formers' clubsand progreoalve Individual Mart. S printed Florida 27.O, Alabama 25.2 MisHlaslppl (Olddinrss. Loalhin* ol 4000. had Dissslloa. <
_v. .4! has been denied us. In recentyears. aa 14 become of 'moreImportance The doll i I. said to be of French nationality tion1 on the subject of ginseng grow IO.4, and Texas 45.0.The flint In the ixomsck, Bssuni ol uw Arroiissof ] V>n* Black. < gimiwrtiea.E. :. _
'wll with Jointed bisque ing. The universal answer csme 'k. i lbs Noah; Short Braslk upon very IIUIsmMton '
each the ,soil rneral'a.erarre a* quality O
virgin bunking of Iks bplrus. I> |colW Painter Fertilizer Cu'JACKSONVILLE.yJ..A. '
-" year andyea that Bleep wake me ten to one dollar 80.7 cent,' compared with 73.7 _. .
become It. original friability. - he.l. "eod /nt per a* c.c.un'.ce ( Disllks lo fe.x oat Concsd .
; .' llii-n} too, the rare and, }nlne of farm e"h..ell.ot pleasure. More' than all: tell you lb.t-th"'JiDI cent.: last tK.Va per cent. lo ver.aikla, t ...... lor the _.,. For S T < '
. -. inniuirca him, .n41 tulle recently.-bven ..IXM Angele (Cal) Timec.laer.&se . OWD..I I to be dreaaed.Lately end the culture of' per year 800. all. ploh 4....|*r* thai era.. mo* .me*>l- "
and 87.2 cent in
.Id 1900
- but Imperfectly Manure la the"Milk FUw.Happily .. el" what .fn.n! knowing per lent and >uoon f>U ..ed,. sad lo bBivit _
'I. .tOd I had the to cluded that It I I. estimated that about 1.O from ._ aj air old to .vvM ,ir. n." -
manure, whether 1..h.I., burned or we hdVe! f.e stuff: tbMarorIei&5juprcslcln watchIroniatnrt, to fluUh believing buylngI I Anon had aetern! percent ..' silo squally peeper preserved The > I .0 ort from the of the corn crop of 1901 was still unUMsi wbtm with Clhal".__. ou.. always lob -
o.'Lapple and the aaruei timeo Uli:. who the subject
excreta Inl"lgoty. and r.uterpi.llf' girl "Up ble.'O M III the hand of farmers on NlDv..bft'1.UI02 labia owe month mite* delivery, to _.. Grafted
matur.w..n.'e"n >f low.oo8t7"ee. .'*TJeyarerbyjproduct . ...bonanza: their ..dlol. 'cnlldl with 4.5 .cent tb* body ,. purtjft off ilioM cross httmonwbicli ar'A Budded Pecanaw .
; as compared per \.n
hiinl and (tin* fr.. yoult. grw. of mnmifno-lure of other articles Sh owned already a and' that they.were frm t. rab.a.d, ( ttor l. MUMCTOIIS Itslass. .
log one were equal irj orlanae of the erop of 1UUO in farmer bands ,'sad render wo.n nnhesltky all tkkrli :
oT .
p""um.1 .. ntde. -tbtI'.hmo.. naimrted family of dolls: II ": same source.UliMMniPaeed on November 1.1\1111.) and 4.4 per cent .oa: and Ikordore should bs takea by-sHwomen ban ..
\alue but Ihd < that fall several Iho rrnir-Bne ODe-.od two old grafted and budded'j.eana
.b.I"t and oil from thl year
I" gluten foe. 0..1.both on "Rlrerilde here wae 'a 1..t si the ee of flortv five and ally and (
.-the; former hii. three.times as much rot'ton aOI flax-aeed are "bam. to fet dr.twenly.lour.ln.b bt. doll will not .rpn.. the ,spring of that of..JtAfU In naixl November I, prevent how divordrr winch nauallr attend of tube choicest 11If'1rr' thin ahell varieties. lArgest and flnaal Meek
.. fertilising value of the foods Ihe.J Knrn.te' after 111011: Stat time. Tha* Pita, hav Ilkewlaabeen of these valubale' tree .''-1' altered .lo JI.e puUUo.Oranges ."1 n./.I"bl. Of all, feed .rich .proteinIt almost a* :large a.the mother of her of 10IM, ellhl.o (Ilonlh maturity found a eo .. bus the hitter. Thefigures are .less for, a. pound of protein Interesting1 family ..nd she could not ', and becomes '..--- -5----S. or Womeo. In ell Itrpuckondrina. Hyetorie

alioirt, 75 p1 cent as to 25 per cOt.Alaln. ,co. I bought 10thI gluten: feeds .lei such a .chance go by. She wroteto dry. wHl I grow.l all.hence I From The Florida AgrIcultairisiImptoved or V poriak Disorders. .for 4key enoeedmslftr , Pomelos. Kumquats ,
reln1l value of the solid .n I I no Cattle IU*..**>*4.Tli s1hen th* Nervce.* throw off all crow .
e thou any other material ...lal. the".advertiser andrrecelved In return must be kept jua right. just damp .u.."..t Af .the FlorIda. _ttle huniura .. dn. lo...ra.c1Iol,. invlsorat tk4inklns .'lquldcret him been overlook' for eupplying1 this element. Tb pro .box of fifteen little: fancy-plna enough to nave gvnn. My ol.hO haei-dcmonstra.ted t -remarkable eplnitr*end.auae an nntversallulne -; S OVER 125 THOUSAND budded PI trim trees.. All leadta? varieties' on
a {
; havi.lout-u.. tein In gluten Iv.1. not only low In which. ahe ... Imrlruottd to ,I for of' "onl-for. 4f-4a liv daolng( 1 fitness king of the soil and climate condl- I-RICH e M the TFNfS NMV ALL DRUGGISTS. hour and Sweet Oranire. FI.OItinA KOL'UII LEMON and TBIFOL.IA.TA' ..
ferl 1IUI llg vall". but la and high each. with soil sifted i MADE ONLV BY Irodi". 'FWENI7-FIVSvsrietle. lo .th
aol price t very |INllt"be ten cent .pl. toe aOlonl tIm,. for cattle breeding: But settler fruiting nursery rowe eon aad .
aboiH divided between the .
equally .
ly her grandmother, the the awnv In a ace them. S
ld and the liquid portion 'The-pboa- blllty dlr.ble.,Rhpuld 1'1.1Ity.D I" 10'.It., . leI motb.r."women In her onfi home and, for 4he allotted tluif.. und at the .1plrstion are crowding them'.o bard that-the). Afco ,Chemical Co"north Complete stock of t1.'at.h ..Pear ft-ralmmon' fig, Plum. Mulberry.. Oranea.

phone Held i I. found almost wholly In feed may berich, In the ." . of la those of some of her little friends of that time plant' the seed I lo pan no longer enjoy unlimited .tur..p JAC'-'t/\'ILLK. Fi-.A. Orusmentallrees, ,etc. TWENTY acre In. closely planted RO8B-NURSKBT. '

Hie solids, buit the putaah Is all cxcreteil nutrition and .11 not of the higlievt soon, cleared: out her atouk of PIns.and soil we/U mie with lef'loldTe; upob the public lands. One of ITO varieties, Correspondence aollclt d. Catalogue l free
the farmers of these _n who made hi* $i,000
in liquid and .. pile
value, beeaibse is-not pulailablean she had the required one dollar mlat grown 'od.r '
the pact uinde n effort t pranerve I tt; tunic fend* of low'r naitrMive value, and fitly cens pla.t.FoM.. absolute shade, A pineapple In a quarter of a century aold out hit . THE GRIFFINd
rid little home : of 8O BROTHERS COJACKSONVILLE.
indeed, labor vtus expended to fret belter with the p'.ace acre which .
but HO iMilHtuble it Mill bring Fun directions bad with the shed S I. a place open
of it by boringhole* In the floor; making renuUa. tl.t plna a blank money-order rm. : places g with slate th* same had merely served him ,aa standingroom .

ditches toconvey, It away etc., aad Clover la the Ideal for and. caution not to scud c..k.a"pI..lo". . width .. the opening to exclude the In order to remove from that FLORIDA. ,.ri
.ough.g .
t.f)we are suffering 'for the potash dairy eowa a. I 1.lma.xcty balHllied. Ml was plain and .pleasant untilthe. : sun Is Imperative especially 'In Flor part of the country.

more lien v>e rFalUe. arrival: of the dolL Then there Ida While H hsa been considered tha4 Thus the reign of the cattle baron. .

I 1he above reaHonlng- I Is correct we 'thus are .18 bl.n..d. and If Ihewe were storms without cessation for eeral could not b grown In Flor I I. slowly pausing way; each sale of
2: can lutte, iliflleuHy in seeingwhy condition made so thai Ibe "biggest herd In the Stovle" counts .
feeda the river
and down
.o. two were 'o a lo days all-up
b.. b
commercial for < a smaller end smaller,, _d. their herds
we luuit t fertilisers .
we would tK>t worry about whereverour small bualneoa H will grow ..1 .In Tennresee ATLANTICCOASTLINEC.
n time, st lenot. They furnyish U) with .ba nced because nature lisa ID'tb. lrnt. a to listen. sender Kentucky.' will slowly be divided up between the

;- \ sOluble, therefore, Immcdintely (available rtona bel work. of that 'rl.n Te was ad.vertlied About 1 twelfe years ago It wa* said Incoming farmers, who will gradually: Jt d '

plant: food, in 4be cheapecA and< pr'.c 1. Wen! n.I.-r"p"lle. ginseng not under culvtlvsftlon Improve the soil end quality and manifold
ell b grown *
..01 t convenient 1 frl for handlingand ,'olpo to feed a wile .ration tbait h Flrnt the doll. Instead' of being ..ul yet to-day there are manyiundreda the present number The time l(4'dif6rd'14.Xth The ,Great ThroulthCaa__t from Florida. 'r- ;
applying Plants cannot I I. not dlatant when Florida will sell as -
th.crop. one rich in carboh> . In order dressed according- "Iualr.ton and of gardens from MaasachuLetta -
rat; they drink only. All to forthem protein
miiit b soluble In water lr very g."OOUth frm..ooh..r .8u"e.. A.t.: A garment of such diaphanous material successfully. than she does now.Florlllae.1.1le -

. .- u rak.uckla.! I rule however II chrapeat t use that Eve would have scorned H, and The most Iniportanfpsrt. of the problem must be Improved not '

r ,SSS..SS..r. --lu-my ,oeXl.rcIC.J..W111, try. and,' on"..f'4ha,fawda we get frank-by. In hernewly awakened ."D8.ot theproprletfea .)!Is. can 11 after lila grown? only. by better< cere 'and" feed but by .; I

S glee 1"" from which the product then 10 feed a ration t"" lalery kept t the fig ye Instead. The Northern b, growers"I all aay "Yes, the tine of .sire* of improved breeds. Over its own-rails to Savannah, Charleston,.
elements of are S The Florida cow I. r East E I
Cmm..lal.f"rlze. wide. ta unlimited quantities., Where? simply a degenerated '

S chielty gt cmbloaJol. Cn atover timothy)' hay, millet or, Net the doll: Itself wa* not much Answer, in China. Our American. physicians descendant of Spanish stock : Richmond Washington, thence via the 4

..t.. in I may jvt my rea- Uungnrlurt jgnt ., hay and straw are the commonest kind of a and argue that there which never was a* good ns the English Tha ,
mr .beo.l.t
8 ,
MOIM, from cx|>rl.oc. lb, fac all poor in protein, and ,'be they are t fjg doll and worst of all. It wa a are OQ ,.t..In the rota brought across the wafer hua- S' Pennsylvania S ". ..

- -S- _tor can furnish.article a.briUer ithe more ted one o more of the concent, rates .t.y.u..U.olgb doll with dull star- yet our Chinese .tren 4"I- that rtreds of years ago. Through neglect a. Richmond Vs., and baa a .

S Uat.Ml. than farmer In Should be used In .uIIM"ol qu.nlte In.ey. di p to A It Is the cure for el I..wll a* a they] have returned to the primitive one-tlMb Interest In the Richmond A -- S
S Iaiog no 10te".t to bring the ration to t." pro a* wink. charm to keep spirits both conditions wild cattle, the cow only Fredericksburg road rmto Washington

nm: not,Interested except in.either on my their farm portion. Roughly '. klol.Jp
S sale manufacture |pounds of any of theae feed any ,man .would d.r to-tell such gratlemai called on me last spring t for five or six month, instead of three that baa held out against the great WTI'T

or of,the but three have wied many ,two pounda of linseed 1 01 rut glu. flb*. 8he wondered that any publisher see some of my plants, and while of'.four time. a* much for ten or elevrn Morgan syndicate Boca Grande Is I Ion The Mobile! & Ohio R. R. a. Mont 1
S 0nloaI100! Itigrrdlenit should be . lathe various of flewapeperorrnagazjfle would the.dried v e .,
the hinnufaduren 4en n."ol) u a stated that be bad seen month The time Uotatlon 1. a a direct line to er.WHtaod ?
our 1wta
.' S other proving dr'dely of 'vupplyln protein lina very thing of the goods. It was her opinIon II gold,* the dried roots placed. All the domestic snlina'.s: except the Ia 300 miles, DO mll>a 1 lea than Via Savannah aad I.
profitable, '; did not thoroughly .tu.l.d. and the"consensus that the publisher should:, have side of the scales and the gold to balance goat have remarkable plasticity, power tie; Uavt Coast road troJ that city to C Ocean Steamship Comprny (for Nw
way b'J' that wn because Judfr- of opinion la that protein wren the doll before he allowed the In the other side. The seller *of lraoemiaslon adaptation, change Miami while the dlatsnee to Key York. Philadelphia Boston.

mimi w..t all that fault.I I>oubtlem. I rewlve.1 I.:- ia a very Important l part of the bogus prrl to go Into his period( took th* gold and! the purrbawr of the of quail Una and elre. liy crossing the West and Havana la la f..or-of'Boca To .E East a S I. Via, Norfolk Steamer to New York. Washington is*

t in American paid Fertilizer.A f"T.-T.. -VIr and Creamery."My eal. ot tbla her first expert roots took the ginseng. hardy acclimated native cows wltih Grande besides being across the open The .Bsltimor ',.

t..II. In business. wa** grievous disap It I worth I Gulf .
k a'' I I *) ,, *i iSoli S. once my advIce anything highly. developed varieties the first a ugalnat the dangerous passage Via Savannah and Merchant Miner, Transportation
-i'. S '' amd ICaaares..vl. . dear, I wish you"would peak plnMlot. shocking.revelation to the would say let the new. wouM-be pi-inter generation of the crosses will be balf- along the Florida reef that Abe .
;W.o more aid a tickler for-pure .18 to dear five bun go alow. Get a few roots grow blood. the second three-quarters the East Const learners have 4o follow. eia Me.nasnl.lnKEY > Company Haltimor and Philadelphia. "

: 'n . What 1* the value of I carefuly. wife. "'QU say. that dred email: friends. them wen and see If there Is a marketfor third seven-eights and ao on. This Isa With the Boca Grande erminua the _- 'I." ., 'It,'. ". *' : ,1'1) '))1 j'\ i.\i J > _-.

.5 ;.\I' soli anil) will it pay to haul and I EnKlsb, Jones to came to this. town i from Many of these little gIrl. had waited them; it this la satisfactorily solv. rapid rise in grade on account of the Seaboard will bav. the shortest Hue Io .WEST via Peninsular{ "\; ,i'' & "OccidentalSteamship' : .

0 ,I It around apple tree If good qual Sunderland. Don't anxiously, sesthe ahead. Remember It takes tow condition of from the East to Key Wa and lla. \ '
pt you see that it promised d,1 ed.-1-beD go very the female o>t the *>t AND ,-' :! '- S ,
: and convenient? 2. W .t" the better to say'that he came before going Into the enterprise themselves one year old root from fiveto 'seven Outset; and at the third cross nearly vans by many mile : ' -'' 5'S- ; 5.

'S comparative value of sheep and. cattle: from Sunderland toUii f town)" "Idon't and the whole matter wa* then years to be of age to be placed on the an of the native will have disappeared. I. HAVANA \ Company. .

C : ;'dropping* as an on-hard fertiliser?. ftt any difference in the two- expressions deeleredoft.p Will any of them ever marltet. Oeo. H. Wright.: If a full-blood sire I I. used every time H. Eatveauive lessee to BalleT !* - ----,-

S .Ana.-1. Much depends on the soil ; ." rejoined the lady. ,"But believe an ad again Not for some' Orlando Fla.. except her constitutional vigor and ca- Dade ... ,. 1IL.EAGB Tll'KKTH.

and kind 'of tmb of the wood. According there I Is a difference rhetorical.di- time. At least not of the maltordervariety. . paddy for rustling Her grand child Dade county la the only county lathe

10 a rich wood I soil contains ference You 'don't hear lake . People who have dolls t KRWAUK OK OINTMKNT8 FOP ao to speak wilt have become with, State that ba* a no fence lawy-or S. Interchangeable mileage tickets good over IH.OOO miles of among,the prlael ;'

f from, ,10 to 15 per cent of humtw of such awkward expressions. By the sell: must safer a.a multitude of CONTAIN proper care first-class beef or good a law prohibiting ,! from running pa I raHroada: In the southern states. *. on sale, b.y the principal agcnla.

or vegetable -maH.; from 10 to 22 way I have a letter from your fatherin tie girl ere Int.rte. put them Into OATAURITTHAT milking stock, according to the direction atjarge. Throughout the other oouo- For reservations and information apply to
per cent of nitrogen; from 04540 0.89. my pocket. "Oh. dear is my,father .how'cn.en employ some polite MERCURY In which the Improvement tiea'of the state stock roam at will or "rltel. S

per cent "bOlhorlp acid; and from 0,0 in your pocket?" inquired the wife. person to do the honor If they expect ni mercury will surety, destroy the curried.. we. and each year thousand ofdullra' FUANh C. TOYLSTON. CoinT Agt.. W. U. PAHK. Trav. Paa*. AgT.1S8 .

1o 1 23 of potash. "You mean that you have in tour pock even inquiries b made.A sense of smell and completely flermnjrr We cannot however produce at a worth of the farmers1 crops are detroyed. West Day*fit.. Astor Block Jacksonville, Florida.; ,
either of It will oprtaln'y: et a letter from father "There T. M. EMKK8ON. al. M. BJI EKSO.N, W. J. CRA1Q
tht pay my man or woman gutfly'ftf,bare-faced the whole system when entering )I' bound the enormous' beeves and__the ItI.* almoHi Impoaalble to '
j S ito haul large qunnfMiea of such soil you ifi> with your little quihblel) L You deception may put through a scheme through the niiieous surface duett articles extraordinary milker and butter makers maintain a "legal" fence. and equally Trame Mannger. -- Aast. Traffic Mirr. len. 1'.. Agt.,
and spread about t'h.treevi This soil take a' delight In h r ; mer: You should ". o.d'eXCll'pl Impossible to collect
; onee successfully but he or she would nerer now and then reported. which show damage when WILMINQTON.( .
should tt IM 11,1; about -the body of are always takll up a" thread and rep- better make the business large enough prescription from reputable physician. what'--ran do and the crop are destroyed. People In ltbu ,

the t.. but spread aa far aa top ex reuniting it rope. "Representingiflo clear: their million' at once..-Margaret - ns the damage they wilt do I. ten fold wonderful capacity for expansion counties have been watching the effects --- -
".nd.In all directions. 2. There la be rope. you mer.'por t lo the gnod can poss'bly: derive poa.s of the "no fence" and
n (G H. Io Mall you by tncaer clnse of dome law, are *
Ore anImals ,
:nra.nure made on it he farm with the nes' sake, be,quiet law zine. Bt. M.g. from "'... Hall's Catarrh Cure Therefore the now convinced tint, ..'nn .to,,.**.** .IAH. I. OfMTf W noID*
results of Intelligent ---- '- -- ---- --
F : .exception of b"l dropingthat I I. at a' quarrelsome.woman in my life'I" And S_ . the solution of the problem of successful BUUIMM ..0&1..." .
-S all of the husband wished he had never, (tart* manufactured by F. .. Cheney A Co. crossing or more properly,
with that 0
: .comparable to the sheep ed the ditrussionv_ ,' <; .J' !! Teacher, amd Paremta. Toledo. O., ronlnlnla/- 10 'mercury, anIs breeding up cannot fall.under appreciative farming throughout Florida.nII111borough "
According' Jt
S. averages of many < 1' t.: I I * 1 llAnother taken Inlero.II)..<:lojfd1recUy-u management to be myat encouraging county It Is probable : e.
S_ analyses the ..annr of sheep and cat-. Wisp By n means so Infrequent a vlaitur the blood and muco w surfaces of Ill and profitable. that the "00 fence" (law will coon become "
.: lie contains a follow ton: I I. that of school. the parent. flOIICAE'UTJLW4YLeCAL
per bug system. In buying Hall's Cntsrrk Such a transformation. I Ie possible in an Important factor lo the polities -S '

: Mtnogen.. Pho. acid. Potash. Ait last theJHtleA'wiapa" are coming pl.-ar divisible: into two Cure be sure you get the genuine tls a very few year* because the heifers of that county, an early date. : ,

Cow. fresh O,8 3.2 8, "wisps", ., fragrant from the--gouth- classes; th wonder why the -.4.ken Internally, and mad In Tole. of these improved breeds generally In fact 10 early all the lower and .' ,

Sheep, frevh1O.8, 4.8 14.4 Invid, 0 front touched from Northernnimes. parent doent come oftener. and tboae do Ohio by K. J. Cheney A 00. Testliiionlal hear young at th* age of two year middle counties of the, State (his important TIME CARD h. 4I. hi Cffsct '

By tHiIs It will be seen that cheep I : and all bound for the sonic tie.tina4lon.the .- wh woo.1 why she come at all. Ed .. In no way could! the Starts legislature matter I I. being discussed with Aug.. 28, 1902.

\ t m.nur. Is 244 cent richer In nltro- I office of the editor of the .! reformer chiefly ..uprn.I.oeot. Bold by all d.'jgglata prIce TOo. par benefit the stock Interest 'more than oonalderab'e rebem
: gen ir. ""I.1'1 richer. in phosphoric Floral Department at RwHreriaDd. try to Interest parent Itottle.Hall's. by offering. a bounty to encourage Heve hat the cattle and bog Industry - eaianeeag SttMISe.eI w.

m-id. ..118 per cent. rl.h"rln potash 'Now my '". will, 1 f fear be a Ilog acboo'.s: ; eduuatlonal workers.. Fmrtllv 1-111. are the beat. farmer' to tntroduo thoroughbred la destined to become a moat Important as. .. ,. . ss.sij'-f7
thor> manure. we re- very smell': one as-I feel as If I had lit- mostly teacher are cordially delighted St. bull, Colorado Wisely repressed scrub factor ia the upbuilding of the .A!. INnf. .nBstlf
.att. .
-S the msniire of all stock lie to tell of Interest ,t any one. to have parent stay at home. For From; the Florida Agriculturist. propagation by he _.clmtot. law State yet we do not believe it I. possible hail7 i7I j

S However, madam dresses In her most impressive Crap) Xp.rt Issfir Has> that buU nnleae.. for it to oo so under the presentconditions. '
1n perhaps be
much U name no
li-rich. very proportion the one like a* good a* i ; !
to know how Woli gown, a* a .warrior would don his armor. The November The bulk of the cattle ::= II. i'.I---Y: { ... t ti
richness of the flood gltrn. No animal' I b.r save government erop report a half or quarter thoroughbred shall 'tT.Jeokao..I.: t : ::::
fed straw alone I* few aa&tmueb She sallies forth to "wl" theteacher. shows up better for Florida then be allowed to run at large on the owned In the-Btate are 'the property of __ ..h t a *.* *BM< AfI> mae-> I iii -
I o or on simply gram publia ::::::::: :
alone can produce. a containing ,.lnnl. ccd: .pHe ." On the judgment a we bad been expecting. The corn average domain" men who do not make their breed by "_--.1__ ............. eauc..S:::: :::::: : :::=

l, any plant food m"r, than was In (he same time Improved the encouraged to.m.kl a. much of a tale Is only one bushel (belled) below Three breeds of cattle may be designated .I the tilling Of the soil, and many of -...1 ............:;:'jr see.ii ......_-
appear baaea her ea..i a ............. p : e
the possible, the parent the of former and them although owning thousands of -asces..I - .......... **. ..._
es4en. 80 average so and
we woud! have my them year long ao thoroughly S . .
fod ..... ..
I .n.'D ......
dlnlnAr.r'l -
manure for our we must fur- .n 'rm the condemnation of teacher school and the sweet potato turnout Is surprisingly established that they are prepotent head of rattle, own but a comparatively _...l a ...-..-.-..&=.::3.....Sb.... .. a .. t I.a ....-...

C nteh the o.b..J. to north'lxp .J. I educational system. She proceeds- to good *. appear below. Irl.hpol.tOt'a sure to trsoamlt their qualities to their small acreage of land. Their cattle -.... ......._.... ............... aill ...... '
ex..i; "nd. bold Instruction offorty other roam at will over the vast of 'I ....-......'tJ pteui............. 4
'make ralil'i manure with foods rich in One Me of aMnjag> up also give a yield per acre offspring In a great preponderanceover acreage IS': .-..-.... .......... p. :
the, cleiuewt Sheep ) room .la$ toward boy while gettingsatisfaction for which one would bar hardly thought the scrub dam. That lo heeroIoR' land belonging either to the government i . :...-......&ala ....... ... : ..... m
manure the : 'a south hue two window. 8ho thinks she State or Individuals.The ., : .._......_ 1 ...._..... S I
.0 private I ...
however baa JObn. koow..1 credible: In taut spring's drouth. Tb excellence of ....., ...... P..
Under, thoroughbred ._........
elb.r of : .....,..... ;
ah..g oe .a'.h th.. placed t two large bow ha : sum of their profit 1m not from .. ...... ......
.mnnurex I i of boxes high tM by'.od schoolpurposes explanation doubtleew I I. that te potato cattle, that they will infallibly repro- ......... .I ........ : E .... '
nearly a* window t. For their ij
COUTH* more quickly available the treated.* crop',matured before the drouth duce-4hemaelve, aa a budded orange Industry or large (ended holdings =:::.I..a: ::::::::::: -,::::::: : .
S t yIII! '"I.** Jon'r' AtaWthewlta4wu" are a parent' about her but from the increase of their :::::: : ::::::: :::::
bad .... .
plush* 1 which it ..ppJe. wl.le aldea of DOM reached Its; culmination. We copy will throw such fruit aa II. parent ...J. ...........MtaMi.a............ II ...... ..
worthless. .
were cattle fattened a.
S J. 8 ered .T.dark th erla e.: own I I. children.. If are who chafing from the report'the Item.. whlcb-most bore. while the. needling wander' on- ,of scrub upon another'a land. -.I.: :::::: ::==::_. ._#,_ &tse .::::.a.:::::: S .U **
w lag igr ma It one ow.d a Interest' Floridjsns Many these _tie and rasor- .. i. .J ntn. lies :::::::: ::::::
: Certain. .... .
.lc J. B. J. -I- .... .
Greensboro, Mil.-Whet per HIM happened hand. diah 'should back vicious anti Wpiia ''w. ....... : i* 4* aMtls. ..
bogs are and
'71 ..nt. of Insoluble phosphoric acidhoud Then upon 'theae boxe. myew: .n army kitchen.give pl.t.oo eadooUnl wh b The preliminary estimate of of thaverage row ;Florida the Hereford I i. pmbaby the farmer Who till the soil unruly-I* wholly ss..o..4.s ::.nst.a.flbb.US nea....... L.:::::::::::::::: S l*Ma...:,:::::: :: -:
: tb ground rock run before DeIng'trrated laiHi and the yield -per acre corn a* published without an equal, perhaps not the _.. ..... ............. 0 ; .. S
atrcaman'npnn IB. ...
placed .t t
S w.r sun .h gone In the monthly reportof the of the Shorthorn a*a. simple beef- the merey.of-tbese roving herds. It -...-.... p d .............,,.aSsert........... .. SI
with the acldf I peer I" it ...
S ( them sad the know a shouldbe Is not our Intention to discuss the s-S.-i....... .0 ................Robe ..
u.e t ahol hoo abol 8ttl.tlein of .Department of Ag- but much ahead of II....... ........ a .4 ....
Slast year on my coral; winds making machine b..4.... ............. .J 1
.potai can no longer tear S ..... .
mixed and beat managed might a* well assume to future of the cattle and hog Industries .W.Mjaplvar ....... a, .
th riouiur: ,. Is 2tl.8 bushel. a. comparedwith its 40 Itaelf io rustling _...I._.. a ... ....... "
ami capacity adapt > -Pain Ba.eq......... aI. :
did : :
.I-':S well. lanl.g with t l tldr. Ituof Caladluma and be a cook because aha has eaten In a an average yield of ltt.7 bushel rondllions. and to thrive on a somewhat or the methods which must be -.- ..... p . ............ t tP'O:1". a.a...:...: ..:;:::.._, '5'
la the .
will al- .... ::
S PIa. restauran. To resist parent employed to reach lbs highest : >
'. *An*.-A* most reader know, b h4nJ bou.4h<.'coM.ll' alwaya a part of the work of a hi and 1001. 23J), bushels lo 1000 and 1800 rough regimen. And *a as a and place Florida On the highest success plane ::: :=: :: oa Oll ..:.:::.::::::::: I. .:::::: :::::

S' "rock" la meant the phosphate noicd my large Caladlnm (Eeph..t.. school b A* soon ... One mam- The a 4n-year average of. 23.4 bushel could hardly count. a* a cattle and bog producing State rntnrrltiriiiii AL, aaU. . ...fy . ... .
mined in Florida Carolina ears tHolr. following chow*, for'all Btatea Aa an aU-round farm .animal for ,.ppT PA1M ua* OBT .. '
8.tb .n witheringand drying op. .. .. site only hinder matter having million Ia 1802 Boo. Frederick & Morse then at AND n.
S ,Bother_ B.I. .Iruo found apldervoaj tl,..4.14. of b coming to school, along cornea corn the one acre* estImates or upward of ta. beef-maker (t to llttle'behlndthe representing Dade county in the I/egi t JlJL&.JrOK .
.ne> which i knownAa on. thei'leave child preliminary ar.rage .Shorthorn that th difference S L BOIUIDULZ8.' -
o 1. the a one, .mother of one latnre framed and iatrodneed a. **no ---
'8. .. In -order. to make the !life! the 1 Ieavesand. greatly marredthe .r take .the place. They yield per acre tn 1002. beef for milk, for work, If needed;.. fence" law which prohibited stock of
1 Illinois. SR7 Iowa. 8X.O .
0011. : Kansaa .
',phosphoric ia thl* powder avail- ; hardy. 4I A'3 :
.turiag. hltby.and
S II beuty.of.4h. ptaot. be smiled M eympatblaed 804 qulck any kind from running at large taD.d. IMII".
Nebraska 820-Missouri 88.0
I able for ; ; ;
plaata It Mot"j'or.dissolved the teacher handsome breed the Devon ,
S I will with when they are gone wonderfully county. At that tide
'i Reh. to. 'ly..our cut Taxa*. 8.1; Indians. 88.9)) Georgia 9.O public .
by I.nlpb1ro For all ; I I. hard to beat. There I Ie nothing ;
< J aewh on Teimeoaee. sentiment bad not been aroused. SR'. A. 'It
acid. This my t.ble:8 ,0 lno ..1.tI01.4btr 21.0 Ken tacky;27.0; Ohio .
8 how World'* finer for the farmer ue* In this lati- Mora mad a.step forward, far la advance
: It will dissolve in .pbop" my plant wi t.r dqrinft, ti. 88.0; Alabama. &4;' North Carolina
S : '
Htb.t 'e.1 Indoor'life. and Worki tude. ; of the times, and the bill.wee I I XAo Pwua I
The floats ground 4el'tey.., ? 14.2;'Ark.. 2O.O; Mississippi. 11.6; I
plant o ph. there tliey lrlll and I' A milker and nutter-maker the withdrawn at it. third relll *ot .
:i.;: . from 25 to 4O per cent 5- C ' Virginia,. 21.0; South Carolina.10.7; * ac. Vs a se.he..m ratam .....
they'riva look of 4hanJh4 Jersey that Rood seed had been sown, _, . , ,
S of r phosphoric add. The acid phos- a cheer and brightneaa An o.U h B o South Dakota I7A: Oklahoma, 23.8: Guernsey la better even falling IeHee.I54..c. .... -Lvi . -
no other : al! other. She give on fertile ground.. At the seat ,
better than aes-
: .h.t; ttI'M.4. Wisconsin 28.2 8JL8 ,
after aoidsslflS "m..1b. : Pennsylvania ;
beingout : ; .
; ,r. .t''lnIM"average about IB b th j.Whyi pouesiie. .. N. .. B.. ."An experience a dinner. I.' 1 Minnesota, 23.%! Louisiana, 12.3; MlehIgao. nearby a* much milk a* Wie,HoUteln alon of the Legislature.' Boa. Bf. N. 5a' *ATPORTAX0E.cIJ71i .

should there be lea la th.eR* phos- .eTPI.tUAt i-i:.>. ..f :.* .kh.winter'emphaaUed to a ..20.1/ ._ S and 'ft U ao much richer that It make Dlmmlck representing the county, introduced -

S phateecaua&1I,. J Is mixture of th* : 1Mri'prubP.-Y.I.! J'm..strsid that tn th training of our yoonr We add a fewt ..Florida 8.6; deoisglaCOOr more butter cow for 'cow- oa the name law. a simIlar bill which_ became. a
'floals" and th. the I and women flonth Carolina.'JO.7North; Atnonajt of food
aoid Johnny jftTreally .idc'fmeJ; : liwent men oof young ; '
I. !%. of' Law
"beIMt.r should be renwdlevr Carolina 1..2 &1 .MiasTaalppI J sac :' Advantage the *-Thl* t
\.weight of reducing leaviasr | :thatltoiMe'aJone. thinkinigM.. easily ; ex.- | jItJi4e, C .. '
Q hu wise and M5tt. <
-t Jim who chIld HA' 8.4 _eaaaaW OracUaug at S fOrama*. proven a economic measure .
t" tarter, Now and then .woman : Alabama. ; ,tmaisiaaa, 12..0. ***
S, .J.o'th. of experiment which toNI mtq! Ute-".pantry and lea* suns to a large con Arkansas. aG." .. Air: ie the 'tint ', caring the farmer of Dad eoon- ,SAXPa iAxc. j'J
S Seaboard
the. b..lf Woe.
# Th thousand of dollar*. With j .
o resalt from th. im.rH U people ,says Bar- Th preilmi.srSLeatimMe e of th* yield many ,
v 'Indlcst good nalbg ;. .ce Sos.1i .
road to work la- Lea county asa .i__
begin la- wise Dade
Mr. hcVentAjriiiiy provision ha
g raw ".. *" as S fertillaer. .In sour. GrubT- courte.. tier'. .',. The dinnerws. to honor, per acre of potetoe* la 0CI.4 busheta. county In : d
"' wher Is a large
."I .those raW 'the fe who C 61VO biMhda la, lSK>lr .80.8 bushel la at Boca Oraqd 'grading th,dup. water bit-growing Motion 'of Florid A .IEf ...
of Ui.GrebyNo
II a"rooao+ arganle matter group .m .
for -rodV'Th Jraea
..tth.cI' Dep. termlnu 4hat I million dollar waa paid the farmero_ ; .
,: !' .t. ,'pboaphatea/moy forajearorao give alarming thing; h* th* .oaa'I'Ilude.:hi* 1900 and a:ta-yar.araragex ot 75.0bushels ; for .kpr I
'peop'.1oe. the aeesofl theft. .
Seaboard one towork.'quietlyon paW product
S .f.' results,'but the of thDet % jam-loston .TraascapuT S .sister .4 t "at.C her. Of the Btajtea.hariar 100,000 ; ..
eocHd _
Informed t.nner ,1 */', .'" <',',? asflte P j 'Tits) party Bad b.llJa'to aoras 'or'upward in potato all, *xnpt -. tbla end of the line fanyhundrd. of ore* of'orange I.. 'IIaear _. .-. .1Ie ,_ .0 .to...... _

., ,i. thstrtlHi acid phophte 1* cheaper $M I like buck', Republican. acre eonlderably.theirtenyear to have a fore ofband. work north \hav. been planted) Pad it mat been : : "
few 14 yield
: A month
enoU gone a per
io tila plaata ft two P'cVnfortnstloatjative ,
I. :: plo.n .I'd.Yp0. ato to'ftoaet otk foree worklag aaatb tram for-Cht law th.'rapid and ..Dpara..1lalad 0 dates 01 p. :
us* the will Come )in ItDiw .vmeea.-'iTb." average O.. jply
.j t.tllp.abl..t .btI4'nt' 'Manatee, Rlvr, The) Seaboard .advance eould( not have beealIn ', thels7 .ge4;. rl ,: ;fit' I'
the .
: '; .H.t I tfcetr MowaoAsmffair*:Thar* quality I* 90.4 per jcen4. a* compared : -a.' - -
aDwu 1t ,
l ut 8 M with 78.4' east November. 1901., Air Una jowna it*_owa oktccSa', 'z'' .
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