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 12, 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: VID00050
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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r ,_ chanici. were busy. complel'ing 1 'the-work may Thit i I. the puncturing are dairy cows .and 'yolve
CiHEHEWS of changing the yeu,1 l from coal burning as neat ,'cattle. t. dl I I some l,0u, canfoadt of young ctl inoculated ill ,Plera presentment says rUE STATh '

coal carrier to an inumin.-o t ] From' to 1,600 femon or ofj> cow, !Including calve i (for Southern ma the. w. are now. at the time of the yearWhen cunt have better road and urg -
carrier when suddenly ,certain of ..tef. crease of oply 8 per .t. or about last five Jr.arp.the los hat been only. mosf. oTTtte southerd farmers are County, Commissioner to take
t was blown Men were h'irled a ae. quantity 40.000 cattle more-than 1B9O.Tbeestimated a 0,1 percent, compared to losses ol. preparing to sow their oat and aew.rem.rl additional that direction. ;OF FLORIDA -
-'OF-THfrWORLD. in this cylinder which I Ie croP
> Jp ae plc.d 78 90 Hitch in onthi_ atep'in .
N shipment ,
against the ste w.11 and a sheet oj by steam At the cylinder value of these net is to p tent on crop hope. .: .
p v- flame came into their faces. moton the fruit it thrown .the a* .2..0.calve being attn previous yea. Fbe"eorgl &pr. spit In which .giv- -
upon en. .
On the .weepaa. hurled revole. average *8.64 each, earlipgsteers nient willing and Tampa Is
were trouble
: JN into the up air or thrown ma into the water. and allowing;the cJlindert'puncturing *5.62,vaU.tJo.te.rld.o at f'.BS and help any breeder in the' State toim- Of all the crop on.the"southern r.rm jugglers of hvlt;machine with the ITBU3 or iNTBRBST fROM AUU
.HAPPEINGn Three '..sailors'engaged in washing This puncturing ncp.i* surrounded three-year-old per head. munixe 'susceptible cattl You may th. i i., -one 'o the most aecled lamps thinkt the can legislate .ow.i( OTa THB tTTATB.. '
ALL the .ppartu. steers theM mutt I feel free to upon us for that .s'lener.1 rule of '
SECIONs paint'outside pilothouse disappeared b through b e.1 'pur chance and change from the
; the cloud of black ).nobe cyUnderh am at a lost know. I wirV try that any will dp provid of .
as amok came *' hole ,i ( 1 owed toCirculate t t b r'I i l _t big .it I. oat The men women and children the -
up from the hip, and' seen no I the in lien that tbe'cn'UI eumer"to AncJ ''now to the question of seldom C rtlon.i patent her it will Condi ton of Crop maA Produo av 3'
Crime freely essence very pe.e1 'work I _
.' and' tbe -values wejom.
) ) "etna as-most us-do when .
Kem"o.-1Y' more. : the Jntei. If., necessary, Interview the, tax o __ we feeds, and the entire; hourcould tiori of the oblrved fertilizing, and i become vau.ble rbuid our N w. ,,from fcb*'of'th.
hltOa-.we Plot AeJDtUM Fqllowlng the explosion, the ship sagged also, may''be.introduced? into ,the i* c leelor. be spent-without exhausting the quantity ,of are ,done in a sister turrets- to iuMtic
interior T.ra no quell bt Georgia subject.' Feed divided into .eed.1 stones.-TiIneLJnion and Bawl.Ptnpl*) || >r *M
Pr..1d.nud other in *r- in the center showing that she frontthe exterior: cylinder, ha of scrub are twogreat h."IW . we'consult-' "- 'Ctien
) bad broken in two. 'In the office of the The right trunnion connect the In cattle. -classes-protein, containing nitrotrenou'materials State give aver'ststi.tical.returns 1 ".Good C ,
'I ., The .niml.originally brought to . .. and .sehnl.s.l.e.,. _._ .; a phosphate in
tIng sm iron feet tenor cylinder with this ,
condenser -- .'- of miuer
work. twenty away every a of the this section of Spanish -- ----- ---, : thu.crop, and see Te county .
i -tjp shattered and flying glaas usual spiral shape, the end of which lies tor begin'with were, and have had stock,;,'poor little I including' ..aa. and .tafh..fiber and age of onry--l* cn bushels to the acre been to haul their Wood Tampa will not have another election -
fat.i' .In
*'-In a icoflition'on Clncinnati.Southcrn cut the f.4e. and- hands of-many xiLthe in. another cylindrical Ours* and protein feeds it-s- we can readily understand that alt that a great distance.All of ib* wood ne.rtbe'p"oph.t injtil June. 1904. ,This ia a fine oppor- -

', th Ten'n., the officials and clerk "fore this yle.' be set in IntfCvmeat'. .' Norbe.ptor fortunate -//pel")rich, with'cotton.eed meal, the ia* said about it it cre when mine ha* ben.Ju.lee! unity to start some good work for the'naterW '- -
Raiway.Sunbrltht. As''they out into"the motion ft is necessary to produce a in securing foundation.stock, from protein feed .nown. and such with proper attention to aI ner are < 'advancement of the citj'Tampa --
I r..hed ; crop -a* . varie- "ator several for -The Cummerpeople
(fait trataJromCincinnati to opn..urvtpr vaccuum in the and the cWI' details, and fertilizing it Tribune -
able to help cnden.el England and Hollsnd.ThThe
pa..enter were first wel ,
"was 'andfive. puncturing i. done: thinr ties of and velvet beans. this,figure to' however, neve., old the iT
-Chattanooga Dec" c r.led' leaping from the ship. A tlnde which by to be done i to get "better Por'carbohydrate forage aeiaw b at wood on their -
\ .'coache burned. Two. men were great. crowd of mechanic*, came .running means! bf- a MOien thi| cattle etal.hed and to eliminate: o and ''paature we'" corn, , treble. hey lud. consequently Great it catta**'-as we all agree,' but
) .a tramp fatally injured out of the- 'As ftoon at the h.been done; the other apparatus is scrub and beast.The -nrllletv oatsyye orchard Oa. (alow' root cr if h.v. t supply their'mine. will some authority tell us why we mutt -
1ecro" work' ,
kied" in f.e it
seriously i injured, -* panic had . men set to set 10tlon. The steam pjjiino; into that-the usual run of Georgia cattle .'locm. many other.rmuda. pIbl., or p b.vil Mews. a great neglect the coontie or compile, when wto ,. C
mn the outer cylinder causes .liquid in "riete. J have known very good di.tance.-.II&ale enumerate our blscaine*T 'I* !I. ,irsad
The deadFrank. : I work to rescue men from the burniol pure scrub account for the low price The chief'advantage I I. '
r .Elet,"fireman, of Chattanooga. I \e.I. A stream of burninl'oi. the.pncurlnl clyinder. to boil and the they bring on the market ,,1 hv hadmen mild climate and the long fCund growing tea- rule to bt it i m.Ie* on advisable.eoFa land..blt"1 af-a 'Tb. Puma Gordsilesslj'insist that that starch from> coontle j is superior; : '
passesthrudgh the tell 10t more'- cheaply made and
I ningf om the me they made which present, a
tank. money ton -permiti two or three luxuriant
are. f unti trunnion the
and teP---COrn. Nevertheless world in
Richard Hi-lm, of the. ship lay wae (' the condenser. Her telling steers(fin Atlanta at'two crops and a supply of good ; r general do. not know the more beautiful appearance. Do., we,
fre the tation
expres steam the
advantages of '
Covington, Ky.>, m..sncr,, Barnes crept under the wharf soon allowed to beom.liquid the again and ia oatf-hali-or.three* per-potind...n the' year 'ound,/:'The jretn gainspossible thoroughly iab.rvd. then land-should liberally ferilizel editor -thereof,Fjorida'aswellat and that 'our the neglect the free offering. of nature a* V., ,
Fatally injured: the timbers were blazing, adding to third cylindricaleasel must be because {he animals secured are cattle plowed .Inlert we arc less thankful for breath than '
f : 'M.Ji.on the of the work of from which the.oil thus their on and a.d.' "oua& with grade .erila. State exchange have still patriotic la- for'' food and for 'the daisy than the .
Fre4Mathi.< colored, Ga.. difficulty naue. duced pr tow er.bau. a brb. o* 'ea, pastor and ;. analyzing high in -
can hi- phosphoric hors to in
Seriously injured: '. As the snip was' built '''of'lelp.the easily .- --wire la.real : of -The first and .1 undergo giving
f"John K.' Eassen. chief mal clerk Ore was nearly ,all deck, .ap"-,: "| ' a .scrub-at 'three cents a pound,' the of a.a. calf and feedCr'lea. life a.-should. ot..bpr'( cenL the of the with former'and isemeut to a people and a State scarcely realize 'the. valuer Times-Union and .
perhaps -
worth of
Danville, Ky. -. There were fourteen oil tanks, ." same m.n'ought to become suddenly be.spent grasf.aed about celt rte wiinl to.a4knowleda'L. I Citizen *"
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4 M. Caddcll, mail clerk, Somerset I'il about (for hundred barrels of oil it: The erew of >e schooner Mary L: wealthy with ',anianal*t that lang. amount,.' fM; promote 2-per. cenL'aitroll From axtoeilhl. evlby gamble i ion ,
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k 'I.e
t and despite the eaorts-of.the fir* l fishihg for the firm of wi brinl five and six cent a healthy Of muscle. r acre public'prit aw.ppr. ', The suggestion of the Times-Union ,t

icy.w.. W. Smith, mail clerk, Harrimsn, deprtment.11 this continued to burn Co.; reached Pensacoja' recently I being I much diference jn pund< At.rwt flmeworJ-d at harvest proveaprofitable'I have always nveitment Insisted fraternity Exchange and, )lark is awaYI and Citizen that the'State Fair should

J. W. Fowler enlineer. Chflttanooga.* hours after the eplo.ioa bent brought to the cily--by Captain Broad- consumed by a pur.-brec.nd a scrub, steer -wintered-on-corn and Vowpea 1 on'. ,time., -fertilizer on newly -,. have a- permanent location i Is hardly- w'
Several minor theflames and a lifesavers from Santa thereit it ha ntude- debatable -
Frank Somerset t. explosionsdue to bat enrmou. bte"e UI- pViifiuble or, if ha The advantage of perm- ,, ,
Ici>. enllCer cons from,tank, to tank 'occurred Kpia. Island The Mar Lui. was metho. of storing that feed in the game than te"ee For I plo"rd'lao4 before a ran, the fertilizer One:of>bur ChicagoTduutemporariethas nently locating the fair and placing the .. '

I Owen ''Card fireman, 'Smerst, ICy intervll. but all the caught inthe storm : $ bd scrub steer and the dairy the-final fattening and should bC. A harrow weederor ket'iiselt the task' of keeping tab improvement for it on a permanent

J. V. Taylor.. Chat.Unooita. injury and loss, 1ie .caused by urday night bothmastr, being carried' animl .la usually plal'" mail cottonseed meal ...d nulls, with prio .pplied be Used to, break onthe: lynching, bees 'and' persevered basis are so self-evident that the suggestion -
.the away and- the vessel bw ten the amount, .*.lof.thai'. bef.cutnd, 'niotiat*'of tornamid hajr, wu>produce and the muat'meet the approval of allwrilwlthers.of
sorfacKof f
fnt h.-h .i._ __ fr.hen the soil-first the -duly f-Jr
._ . .I..p. many Byway
No passengers were e --- ----- o. wvt 'w iriccf stores its lit entirety the internal "eWht pt-.O pound of feed then the J..r. the fair projectWe -
-broa4gaat fertilizer. work It In
A car heavily, miured .. icfct tifn'tbe murder of Kate Thecrew, with the exceptio'o the orlan and muscles, so hat it can than m.teta. Raw cotton- among and then the 0 compensation 'wjJ should it can' see no ''objection to a State ap Vpropriation
pchlne. / tow oat
became detached from a'' Hassett, of Ktfh': Bijou Theater Stock captain, left the < she be for lard and tallow. On teed with torn ,Is nearly equal and thai weeder1 ao watch'our column,ad give us'an' foe, the fair, and so far as
II train and .ran down the aiding until it -Companywho' .shot and killed by began to drift toward the beach, .nd the other hand the animal bred strictly In value.There i Ii a limithowever. or wt"-' tailor eltlntor. editorial! at, the'end of the teasoij on the location i is concerned, either Jacktonvill -
reacliedMje main track, with O.ry.hnrune.. an actor formerlywith attempted to swim ashore. f for beef life with a frameworkI in feeding cotton product..some 01 both and the Job l is "'*'h. .lrequencyNumber; and Variety *, or Lake City would suit this'' -

about hainil* length track. Richard, Mansfield's company indicate them made it in safety, but 'had not the I lurnishet'the largest percentage us know by dear eprlnee" They The. old plan of towing ompletec- of, Florida Weddings 'W*,are .ure section to a nicety. -Starke Telegraph ,t -

'The passesiger lrain-was"drawu by that the crime was premeditat, c'rtain. who had remained on the ves 10i1rterhod and, other choice should h l fed <"elul pro- cast on the unplowed and the ',ta will be far more "Good peat briquettes ,at $i.o per
two locomotive .nd .crushed into the ed. Johnstone who after he had hot it aounded. rendered the oth- a large share of hi portions, *0 principly pro&. the I he.undCr*'witha I.n plowin&cud .' le."n. to be .re.ble. I t -' C,. 'i
the .suicide is in er man be would have fat 'with the muscular tissue in the salable or of the ton" '
\ freight while running at great speed. woman attempted a ". 10nth.' stock is not to be recommended, nore -valuable to mankind in generaland may-yet replace the advertisement -,
4 The locomotives were demolikhed and critical condition.The been carried out by the big seas, as he form- of juicy steak and roast ing period. because a-good ofMhe teed wat this. special journlzlisfin'' particular of Florida pine for. fuel" in i.l'

the seven coaches were derailed. A4mo learned that shortly sifier was completely eXh..te came"up. Timea-Uiiion' and Citizen. this State, unless we show a little more -
police swam out and r%cued him. with beef tlndencie., because there is produce a* much oats 4 and '
"t inntantly the and expresscars Miss Hassett had left her boardinghouse corn Thi lyHtera of plowing isis good deal I care economy. But it really seems _
caught fire from 'locomotives, The wreck occurred at 9 'clock .waste on the dressed earcaatv a* 'the Northern corn and null-grain oiv-the.. Rut Klver order and i I. air There been the riche of our soil must be inexhaustible , ,
thl for theater Johnttone forced .
the night seventeen miles east ol the life- How then can we get, better cattle T belts, and .n a tremendous downour
vS and Ihete two cars, with the baggage we east sometimes buy these together though man try his worst to '
her He un.ui.fctor bet'us > of
r car and two day were completely I an aprtmnt. saving nation and the four completely The tire I Is half the' herd Buy- pure- cin. and their product than the soil If.never la.t'lwe ri.jn Fernandina during the dispose of them.'-Times-Union and
coa.he. carried coil of attached che.P
S --destroyed. The two Pullman a exhausted men spent the entire night bred or high-grade bull ot good pedgree .ralasthem-yel this larg- for theseed tirfrrow in r produce resulting in sorad) dam Citizen. -
( to the postof the actress's Ved. on the the rain and storm and good l individual merit to- I ly due to lack of improved methodijin.The age.! Almost block' in thecity ,
cars were not dantaged.Krank The believe it the bech.n satisfactory crops .nd'.vn proper has everl
police murd.r. and JO the Seaboard Air '
When ben
-I- Eliot. of Chattanooga, who ers' intention to await.the return of they food to the morningcame .. I seed bed to begin *,th COp could Line hat had several washouts "W.'E. Embry'has -just cause for,
: was the tecoud enginewas Hassett and shoot her in her le-.vinl ; not be a tuctesi.-- (ot the primeesseptiats between thi pride and elf-gratulatkmat he-con,
station and and
pinned down in the mass of wreckage, room Mil, hoping to make hit ; when they i' Deathf pfThomas> [ ,4' ,. : J for all cereals I I. 4 prfe and city ,YalTlale.llon *' templates the success tending-his ef-i
and Richard Helm, the express messenger window e.c.p they were completely worn out andweruplaced . teed bed II tilth for Cten forts at the State Fair" says the Pascd .- -
; through by means in ted by the meti sta- . rut prfet .. '
was badly and! o 'of County DemoctaW'He has infused1muchof '
;t injurl bih rope. -Hit presence in the room was honed there. : i J. D. of
They show plainly the Cartwright
.t were burned to- deth. discovered by other en. The fcrtDhung of the crop It one of' Haa"wu'i his own enthusissm and faith
f .elief train from Chattanooga and They assert that the boad actor was great terrible experience_they'had to undergo. i . c. the things that, are most often neglect- the 'city yesterday He .came here. to' in the future, of this section into the "
I look
hurried to the scene withphysicians. rd because In some or other it It after the shipment of cattle to heart of some,of oar enterprising and 3progressive'farmers ,
BiaettReed way
excited, that he had torn to
ly and $tsek IB
t'r 'Gr.wiag I cuba, and
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t. a..u reprpeept.neof thejarr- nd-thus
._ __ _. shreds all the woman s clothing whichhe ." generally fliought b< a great many farmers induced
; I found in The room. Fearinl that he There are five important things whichare I . . ' that o.U1 folow I.previously est importingfirms while here that in that cOI1. ifestated them-to redouble "tbeio*efforts t*> develop -"" ,
SANTA MARIA meant harm to the boarder essential to the belt live-stock production i '- fertlHied rrop. ,any fer- the b an4, cbuild. Mr. Embrjr'wa*
From tfce Guatem.lan'cout the Pacific intercepted her the door of the and while treating these difer-I -Triomai; ui-cKett. Reed .tttr Reed bd >been- suffering from lilirer whatever. ,Now-thit is a plec ctil Cuba-was Jar ainGI I o Pisco'*xoptmrstloner at the'StaIePair"---"
: i mail, steamer Cily'of 'Sydneyb'rings house and related what had trn.plred tnt points'of,the subject and j Speaker of the )House of J< fO. ,,' Bright'*' Jot 'sonictime., 'which ojf sheer folly, became no one can let put Columbian 1 u wa conceraed and he certainly worked (faithfully and

.. the new. that the deaths resulting As Miss .turned to the advantage ot Georgia we will at lives and for many yean prominentInmblic reached the acute stage Saturday, and something for nothing and I I. one fr pad there cattle-have and ben .hip successfully' In' the- interest of his 'conn-- ,

Trbrn the recent eruption of Santa quarters for the night Johnttone it i i. he same time consider the various I life,'died in Washington on Deo. this furnished an additional cause {for the reasons for the general mail average 0 uba are extensively being stocked with t---!- __- -' -
_ _ Maria volcano number' ,3. uo. said, from the house and joined difficulties and their remedies. The five I Iessentials 7, at HMO: o'clock in hit apartment in alarm. Mr. Reed passed away peace* *, of bushei. per acres There 1 I. ; stuck iriMi those countries. In ben.
This estimate is based .bt her. They .had'no proceeded far before ares The men, the land- the i the Ar ilion Hotel. The .immedjiaia 1 lay! and without pain. not a farmer In this section who can years Cubit will a few Jacksonville will thi*.'week cage the 'CI,
th..aet not import stock from the
:4 ypq cattle, the feed and the market. Ttk- I tiger. Put spirit of political dissension
_ _ -_ ; Information that has he shot turned the weapon was o have' made (for afford to hit oat this
a hlr C'UI arnrlmeul ben neglec f.rialnt t>r any other country.-GajnesvjIla.. in long with it -
tbem in ur..R while
will ,
order consider first are
himself.' The following letter, addressed Inl we you
San Gautemala, to A crop -
Jose previous upon This item -wields controlng change loathe was noted in td fwl.l. I .han.lnt a News. -41** about It> J .Murdoch Barrt will hold
tven. a -
-, ,. Sydney'* departure,' but it is accompanied to Robr H. Johnstone at Syr- influence over all the.reat for Mr- Reed'* .or. on -the1, reached Washington. Sunday poor crop no more Ie. -- :- < tht door.-Pen tacola New.
by the statement of Guatemalans acute, N.V., w.found in Johnslone'sClothing know when men make their mindsto we mornint be died. At 9:30: o'clock osi having come to attend to some harvesting a a-good crop. No on can Great damage been -1* '
that reliable information was -diffi : up he subcutaneo matter in the State Supreme offord to spend time on a third of whata of .. ; ? '
.ti .Altchua Tampa ,
enter workIhey usually suc wan-given Unite truC county by sect-a slump In the' tourist
cult to obtain This death considerably "Dear Bob: Enclosed I* send you a ceciL It i a fundamental truth that saline transfusion in order to ltimulW,Court. He was. capitol Monday, .crop should .b. Therefore, fertilize Irower.rain.that have been falling business" if the- railroads entering that- '
mailer than that previously check on the Excelsior Savings .Bank hi. kidneys, which XMUuig with !'friends andfomier'msso- liberally and *'will be in pro- he '
p no man should change hit reported 1 (for the turn ot4io.s. I want mother it is for the better. Every industrymust form their proper function. 'AtS I ciatea. in congreST'ininrnfiejted- a time when their(farms were looking Coatuin-reduction of fare.-Pensacola ,' '
,.*'_' and yourself to. b.v all my effects, show a to attract workers; o'clock the same day saline solu- convening of the second session of the .Seldlnl J.aoth) r rock 'on" which prosperous, and greatwere their n- I ournal. *> -"' ",*>**- ,*.';
SPAIN HAS HER TROUBLES. clotting, trunksr etc. Bury me inex- and it is for profit reason that livestock tion wks againadministered, about I Fifty-teventh Congress. Apparentlyhe a many intelligent farmers get pectation 'for-realizing handsomely.Alllettute 's. -'

Perei Pulgv. anarchist, recently pennvely wherever seem most fit God Invlte conlider.tlol ver It require three quarts of -fluid being used. The < was enjoying good health, but later stuck. It seems very ,amusing to me on the low land i I. a total 'Pity the State his not enough cash -- ,.
arrested at, tbe, andwho laid btesa all. and be good and true'to all a cetain degree of intelligence to raise mrt became weaker and weaker'but. I ia the day he. called on Dr. F. A. Cferd- to see a man .tr out with'a peck of loss, and in most case i i. ao standing capital to put into effect all the excel .' *' ?

he intended to kill King Alphonso in the, .World' a* I' have tried to be. c.tle. arid not' every man is fitted f for I he %patient retained consciousness until ncr' and complained o gastric distresS' .aU In a intending to sow, it under water while that 'on the highands'is lent suggestions made by the press of *
held in, close It is learned .YOUR BROTHER"Te the highest .ucce. The EnRIb and It 0 clock that nilht when a completecoma The folowinl day physicians com over 'an acre of'land. How'he' manages wet and they think that it will the State a* the best manner to expend ,
that in spite confaement, to being a letter wa -dated 'I. Scotch are the best the Came on. . pled remain i.. bed while a to do It it a Imyatery. Ten damp off.-Times-Union and Citizen. the money derived from the Indian War -

:, ciriten. of.', a Spaniard a. written on a letterhead of the world and they are literal, born and At the he died were t was made of- his condition.Mr. when the crop begin coming elsim.-Tlmes-Union and Citizen. "l.ft -

twenty-two orears of age The police Clarendon Hotel. New York. grow up among the.ctle. Successfulfeeding Mr*. KcM: ami Miss Catheine Reed. Reed'wss. strongly avert to Haying miserable appearance of the field with Florida'hat not been washed away ' -
are. Marching for his' accomplices; andit Friends of the dead woman u)John- require. an knowledge Lin. Gardner, McDonald Bishop and in bed,' but a ti.e in temperaturemad a green spear here and there' Is--truly by the rains of the past (few days. *Under St Augustine ought to be' proud of ' '

it thought the investigation will result stone had been persecuting her for at' >fthe_ animal body and .1 its healthy Goodnow and the tuyae1. Dr. Good- >it imperative that be remain quiet. discurling.C I find from' abushel such cond.tlon the drink and goeson her militia.. Not only.did they win ', -

in' unearthing .an plot. least"a werk and that she frequently functions' the exercise much good now who had been in con.ulatio.with Symptoms of 'appendicitis ' h.1 two bushels pl acre i i. avery being .td honors by. their efficiency-in competition ,e

'- '' officials- believe- impr.nt expre fear that evil might bl.1 Judgment and common .el.e. the-mix.ture the local physicians Dec- though his condition was not .tiAat q.ntit, pow, '- -rjththe best companies in the '
. 'T. insanity.- the : of a large amount . with summoned from ed-at that Hite a* alarming. trained are a great ''many different Indignant'parents will please notice State, -but' they also- condncted -themselves '-

- 1 -f f.iinin.. S15, her.Miss Hastett in private lie was Mrs. the feed and an interest and love'lo( lowing afternoon,Phil.delpl.rrlve here at nurse remained, with him throughout varietie* of the crop to different hat it coats fifty dollars-to whip a in a manner to reflect credit upon

BOILERS Minna Beckwith. Her residesin the work Practical experience I. ol the following I Thiii sday night| and the patient showed sections. With u the Texas Florid teacher But wbynWglve the cityTrorh which they came.-'St '
-, 'E' EpLODE Chicsgo. .but not absolutely*'nec Mr. Reed' mind ,was in such a state I signs of improvement. and Rust Proof it the favorite It teahe a little of the to Augustine Record.

i By a teriillcexploalon, of a'btter s.c 0 .a. If the blnninl I ID rnsde, carefully during the'day that he'did not realise' Mr*. Reed and daughter,:Mi.Kiltie, yields wells, it-heavy and plump in t.i repair damage*) jsltOI ,

,: ol ,boiler* and the ammonia Through its corps ol correspondents .and on this. defects the seriousness of his condition. He arrived Wednesday, and have remained .nt rusts. Some seasons the Bur C.tluj The new of the serious Mines of Ad>,
Swift &Ceipany's" packing plant in throughout the cotton belt of the United soon remedied. was cheerful and conversed with thos with Mr. Reed at the'Arlington Hotel ( doe wel.-but I II not' reliable iutant-General Foster will be heard with -

Chicago, recently fifteen employes Were 5tate the New Orleans Times-Dem- I convinced Jhat the average abut his bedside. When it since. On ;Thursday tbcpbJicin- all For the last few year WOk is toon, commenced on regret throughput the State; where he''
\ klllr-l.tand inanyiflore' Injured ocraf has' compiled facts and' figures white a farmer in Georgia has ol that he would not .unl",'.p nounced tht the a pndl4itl the Virginia Turf Oat ha been widely he property 'for thc Governmentwilding has made t a wide- circle'of friend by-

T-vnttig boiler* xploed.1J.t timnt- that t estimate the present ntelllRenee to succeed with ,f 1lent. if linens .the'wife and dauRhtcrwere toms abating kidney used, particularly where grazing' the at lalnutie. ''The donatort his many admirable trait of character,' I

taaeoullr." and the tle explosion Crop. JIO.O bales. he wi turn hi. mind In that directo lifted. .nd they remsined.coniifsntly, n trouble had devlopd. giving a moreteriout crop It practiced and! the 'general. results of this lot wi cmmele the removalof Pensacola New*

wa* 141".1. over th' city.. '. B.I1i. unit mean the TimaoDem- .e.t'difcultYi. in the bedside -1.di.tin'ui..d) pa- a.p cue Dr. W. C. 'are .atls.cor. the old buidinl from the lot .:__,

The bu which the'boiler* A>ere or. the crop ofigol help, the negro shows ient hi. >a (i summoned from Philadelphia Let the'variety be what It may, how and they that it wil be'I The: largest steamship ever to load'a '
'located wee totally detroed such wonderful acura: that great interest very little aptitude. In this line. He faint hope pf saving'. life oxygen for consultation.- 'attack of ever. the three prime essentials for a a few web before the speci- full csrgq at Pensacola arrived recently.

- that Le contain. wil! be taken in these figures.It doe well enough behind the mule, because was adminl".rrd. continuously kthor* nausea Friday.night diareac the patient satisfactory crop are,--a thorough teed catiCiit will be completed, when theGovcrnmept . The vessel is the British steam" -

many 9ther bodies. sums up Condition and yield as neither of them seem able to hurt oughout'the day. a considerably bc.ue weak'cited bed."liberal, and.judicious fertilizing, wi commnc ship Pecan,-which has been'chartered

The property lose to the company follows the Othel? but the blacks, who. show I wa. stated the night he died that conditin. I in4, of( I The streets opened up at onYlme..Union by the Gulf Transit Company to load
$500,000--,The cauaeci the l< The phenominal retardation ofIro.t ability in raising cattle are so few and plenty) .eed C K. McQuarrie 1 and Citizen. .%<. a cargo'of about twenty thousand bale <
h wileace asyet unknown.The resulted in a substantial addition fa between that It is impossible to depend De'Funiak Springs. Ma. of Qtton-for Havre and Dunkirk.The >fln men who were killed were to 'be crop but recent killing. temperatures upon them without close personal gether with a few pure-bred cow. i yon arowlna and harvesting the crops. The a Pensacolait putting in a new sewer. vessel has a capacity of 11,000 ton of .

1- workingKboot.the -boiler "andv in the seem to have closed this chapter lupervision.The best plan is for the can afford them 1 not, use the bull ,' the corn crop in particular depends DryiBsT B.f..Bhi>m.a\ii ages\ system. Perhaps it was-through freight She wyl built for' the' oil,
ammonia: p11W' when the explo.ion oc- of the,i IIOr.' farme to take hold of this matter him- on native cow their pro.eni for' largely' upon the way it I.b.ndled it Many orange growler* hip thelrruit( this that those suspended'policemen' trade and i is fitted with tank for oil,

-. ,_,' curred.-v evtral 'of'the bdie' were a. labr I I. generally mentioned self There,is lets drudgery in it thnclerking grading up the hetd'until your cattle Converting it into silage I. from the tree*, without allowing were floated "off the prl.-Time.- but in these Compartments freight will -

hurled fmtidredajof feet In I' , ,'but tmplaintl under this In a bsnk"or dealing out groceries are even-eights or fifteensixteenthspur b.t metho'puibl. and while direc go through a sweat or drying Union.and Citizen. . be stored upon her arrival.-Times-,
Thrrty'' minuses after the th.a head are lets one might and clco. and the profits are ascertain 1 am often>kc
pas a result oi it, the roof of the h.v expected." as cotton'lrowinl. Banks shall w eelectT Tie oul answer that farmer should have' ilo. i when the fruit! badly, owing I The work of hauling the granite'f for _.. - C
Jrig factory of the Diemel C.I Comvfpany Farmers- hsvr.hitherto old freely and merchant wil and I, can (fairly make 'select any, o the better (for young animal.'.f for fatteninganimals to climatic influences cure, occasions great the Government building at.Tampa i I. Hamilton County, Florida, now ,

..three blocks iwiyxjcollapsed. ,a*3 rule, lit'order to discharge their supplies just a* readily with cattle for good breeds that at' JOUI purposesbest. and for horses and mules than lotus.- -4 I-. progressing rapidly, and af, present come to the front with the oldest Inhabitant -'
.".fj A. dozen who, weri at pressing oblii.tion. - "j\ security a the lame number of acre They are al bt'al ahaldiferent the'dr)1ode.;"Shredding the atak All allowed .time, to there are several carloads of stone on of the State, Mr*. Patience,

\ Y' work on' the'crnte., precipitated to 4. .There I* a pretty general disposi-. in cotton. The question of men for the y Shor and ( to be of evaporate the surplus of water .e the aound Of'course' such asmall. I Richardson, io years of age:. Dade -
( tho ground and 'Hl were .e"'in' ;ion to holdlh remnants. worktherefore. reolvea itself into a Durham., the ue. considering the expense 'of tions to the rind beforepacking no serve (for one tieI of county also claims a Confederate Vet'
.'. of the and process; Ia general practice the cattle .Iur.pckng. ,,M. C Reed, $ of He
Whetheateam w." ly- Ts spotted one question'farm, -DUlh." pr for the other masonry, and .work cannot begin .eran ($3 year age. ,
\Io l Prlrel. Iron J. T .*of very opinion points to I' er will tee his opportunity and 'm.k-haps the Red Polls,"are, most ,1 refuse ,I much or.more of shredded word., It should be allowed ample timeto until a larger quantity of material i Is fought with-Picketrs immortal division
:- !nir .1"rwlaf th. but ascertained the effort to take advantage of :merous in thi. .ecloa. are easily kept, stover .* they do of stalks and fodder ."sweatr this process considerable on hand. It I Is thought that enough of the Fifty-fifth Virginia.' H* i* Mill

Wkor. at Harbor View'Dee 3-an ext a .llh increase.over the Te land we app.rentl have In abnn- and produce Le largest weights TheHereIords fed whole. Pulling fodder and husks shrinkage occur. When packed direct will arrive by December 6 for opera- hale and hearty, and doe a great deal ,

'pl o urrd. Ai a'uteult eleven IQOi. i. I' 'There acres very popular just now does not pay for the labor'. Involvd front the tree'the unyielding rind ions to begin, and the engineer hope ol work."-Gainesville Sun v
men on miNcing A Ire were more The distribution by states given b Included in farm in the State of which and scathe best that can be found'orgrazing ( when compared with turning I I. easily abraded rrd and pressing hat the supply will be-steady enough -, .

& or less, injure. property |r'W-! ,- '- ,_. Bale.Alabama 0.000.000 are-mproved! and 18.500.. purposeswhere hustling jual- graxingon stalkfields or cutting and into When ,it come to to permit of continuous work. The The .average Florida editor It''now
vatue4a( ,o detro.ed The .. 000) unimproved. There are hundred tie'rar demanded. On account pf the shocking. Peas fwa' between the be pckae.. .th.t it is theuxygen blocks arc:about five by three by one distributing the office and -.honor) of

h! misting; ',. j> ...'V. .p.i-"t. i- :.*,. 1..I,1; of thousands 'o Were of waste and high price' asked just now for this rows and mixed make excellent aenu.l the air penetrating these .ot..and-weigh thousands of'pounds the time-about-to-be in-a manner highly -' -

Fnt.A.1.talt -EIHeer.Sprk*. Arkan... ... ', ... i.,, overflowed I.nd.rocky hills and stunted treed. I feel compelled to advite moat fodder or silage. Vetch and oats little 'cracks' or,abr..lonl of the rind ach, to tin task of handling them will creditable to himself and provocative,
Florida ,
,- I--. woods well fit beginners to. some-other fora together fine early spring be of much hilarity in other. But he "
Joseph Rea .. .. .; I reasonably try Ir tow mae that unset decay, the sweating process tremendous. The blocks which will
Georgia.. i would talk of each
ted for ralaingbeef and hpg. and are while. The one to be admonished
Charles Glenn. ... _. AbrdenAn. will be more generally adopted in compose the enormous columns of the need to that agreement
fr Howard Dowe. '.- Louisiana-.I. t". : '.'.,... "e.v-. .800,000Missisaippi. entirely unfitted for anything else 0 of the rae. and. of these feedsIn detail,',showing their paring all fruits for packing.: pe.. portico,, will -be much larger, and will i ii necessary to strength the old fable
-i Jame Cavatt. '' :. i .> > .. < ..I.3S.! e.rh T.r. are now 1.0-cre while somewhat Im.le in usually value and the. proper combination of, muchcan be said upon requIre the full-strength of the crane* of the bundle of faggots applies here a*'
North Carolina.. <. Theyare them to secure best result The To scarcely
1 State the priced question -
tMH-Gellaghcr. .... no cI..llee tops maket., The cell. composing the which have been constructed.-Sumter well a* a more modern fable. When the, -
t, South Carolina . ..I.IC; 'at,\Most'of' J.nda also'rather and blghprlmdjuat'now' of proper- rations and in lubj.c Time ,boom five -
L nephMaguire.Nelson. ; :} fal. the. cl metho. skin of fruits are constantly distended - County ,.,. newspaper : distinguished
F. Te.neutIat< Dkla1omr 1.s be bought at prices' :che.p but. areemnientjy suited to feeding work it to w* rnd their, utmost'while' on the gentlemen for President of' the Senate -

-,' ''C C. McGregor. Texas, "-id 1."T.rlo7.; ;'J.IC than the'.m.qult' 1..1 the Sot'..The'Devon' Is very.sood' will not have-time to dial it fully tree-by a. and henceare :!,When Savannah and Fernandina are and about the same number'for Speaker
Tot.V.4..1 .Lll.ooaoob In the Central ** % , "mailer than Much .valuable on ,this line wat.r onnected inland waterway, wean I there must be a woful waite of force
. t '
Jack Srnd. .. )land 1 I. and ( can found In Professor. b .Iilbtet t"c
. An i"pr.nt adjunct to the Shorthorn, but a good feeder b Henry'sok or-at least .. : dig our east coast canal across the somewhere: Times-Union1 and Citizen.
: H.rySm.D The summing up of Florida (conditions and Georgia' climate i I. I eel I itablithed our State.' :The "Feeds- knit Feeding.which __ _
.,-. -. phenomenaffall the clm.t Iy > o condition prevail until the fruit It bed of the St.John* till our Northern ".,
First Assistant Engineer Sparks JosepH'RexjiCharle follows; The second unquestionably, ideal for stock-rising. quesbKn of type and .animal. formitmoreyTinporUnt e.r stockman should have, and from prime condition whe'it p.tIt. waters mingle,with those ol the South, The trend' is'Florida ward,'
.; Glenn.nd'Howard weer' produced quite a' Cot barn are not i ne..r. and than tho. bCeed alone.A aticular.1 paper To *nm up the lost rp' ; these and then' call upon our neighbor to and reports 'of recent-weeks 'thow -
in fact,' it wt -
off/ the Progre ; 1 shed, are needed from beef animal thould. have mater edet are producing or extend the till have investments '
Dow. of 'the crew unable, f delicate cell membrane will have parted route we1 ;a proected heavy in Florida 'cattle-,
c '. were, hipped on the morning of .theexplosion. large many farmer were The the rain oLwinter. The large majorityof top and bottom lines-'square of feed in Georgia, with most of their : passage from Washington to Mr- ranch, timber and farm land*, Thi i Ia -
Joseph Rex 1 II a la'"of gather the' entire top cro. supply : lands now under cultivation require cOer.: i and 'a, parallelogram a.p most of Jt much cheaper than othersectioni ThIs w.ter acreton ami-4n effect V to 'Key West';When merely the dawn.of a new day jn Florida' '
and itt efficiency ;
n Mtte 'Rex'ol' the W.P.. B.bk'jf of lab... aundant. ', hat commercial fertilizeri to produce prof- from every .tandpinC In of the country W* had bt'on latura crn."pc. of Florida baa a finer liquid highway than ** industrial development. The future &
.hi and ter begin to utilize the cottonseed tre
Cbarle Glenn 'rbe crop Therei table cotton crept, and it would prob tinction to the, wdg.cre with : part ,ld of the he Erie canaL-why should thi not begin of the-Stats is. brighter -than the
moved :with unusual'rapidity. of our own cattle, for Northernstockmen cOI.euentla eollp
i Officer Glenn of the transport Sherdn farmers ably be nee..r to cntinu. fer swells the dair aod cell .walls,, ( tough. to tread on the hectr Of New.York? most sanguine dream of the moat op- ,
.Cavatt was an i little, If any disposition among tilizer for. jrear* to produce good be stocky, wt" rood .-breakh: ar faa learln.; the advantage i and \em rimes-Union and Citizen' timlttic.TimesUnion Citizen.
: : James Maguire. F. elerc.n McGregor to hold any portion o tber eop crop of .and fodder.-,But by continued depth short O hit I leg, andwith'.a of an are, .buying in Thesweating.ela.uc 'after- pickingaceom- : '
Gallagher Nelln
c .a of larger ; '
quantities '
'\,, At t* percentage Iner.. .pplc.tin of the manure pro .elow akin.The' to every yeartakhi. ; doeta Burglar 'to" be 'e From indication
4-5;; were' avail plishes the tame seems popular present the proposition '
&ipuider. the data* I* not and the 'ol with away from us fertility by tl.t J.tur.
crease these *re
d v nre necar .ddition go tl trinlod in If will
'Jack Strand 'a'* i than ..last duce qu.ltel \ How.much is above Indicated ducrbd but In amuch amusement a certain set they to give i Florida uniform system
Small was work, able crop and nitrogen to the toil by grow- Id fedr.j bter'l when allow u to word in this of i Is
man and Harry a bYI, Te por homeand more mlne. ay a connec- text-book likely to engage the attention
Loins i II at, year; ther.wl b a averagepaapr lag Ugumlnou crop It i f. only a fluet- "to theintroducf16n doable value I a ion, would remind them that the
:: > .I"l.b.te.> is. bt ) ,One of thegreatestobstaclci feed and a* a fertilizer In the the I fruit la to the atmo.phere we of the,next Legislature' 'The ,
of "of land ep.e
don time .these '
upti most
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fireman m.nure- - the State needs good roads, and hop Gainesville Sun estimates '
a the
; .. o th 1" ..I would 'produce good .with of pure-bred! cattle Southern Farm w hole b erltrm. .we that such a
"f ''pJogreio and D w.' wa* a . .' I -. Instead of purchased crop materials.f.r1 put been' the. scourge ..of..Texas . W..dne. Fruit pepre hey are willing to contribute sosnet system ia North. Carolina aaVc the peo.
; seriously injured Includes: 'o'r s manure ht : solute decay causedby orta *oward thai- nd-a-place has been of that State
The hit of ) ig of Fever tlcsrfever.'But the Last I Orlando pie; a million dollar a
aited'efghteen.armf ; Inqnlrlel" Secr- I would be glad to mention mtho. o during i feel* pleasant again 'n her careless It is'somewhat prepared for them till the Legislature .In '
1- Henrjf nUB r.-tp J a building the fertility of but eight years great ) t>n. been Madln. year our own State the difference
; am ,'' ot the San Dlep'cmbr that i 4. another up story, and would.01 made"in h.adlll thl* f.a.ItI.i I. streets are again' ''filled with "orange aaalagou fruit-J .th'L1L meets.- Times-Union and Citizen. In the xice exacted for school book X

f? '. Robert Gibaon..both I leg bke the another hour. Vegetable in now and .the.casuva kepi rind .been perm H 'differentlocalities Joints a peculiar, .
v k aad f of eomtnerce Ua matter tie ot moisture, by which the So rspidly has ;business of the Miami "
: R. *.\ n dl ( at VrrtnoKi Italy- p a .animal'can a4ffte: .ob.bnn' : juice and pulp of the orKe are nearlybermedcs1ly. 'postorHce grown that more1,com; to the St' Augustuie.RcorJ 'this I
lef barren tract cbeck,'th* annual either'h :
many { by freeze,7,but she
1,: , George-McNeemy; Im.' 01 : !! .11P_ los of million and that i I. from these again*! ere heavl .'sealed na '.tmO modion quarter will have to be Immediately -difference sometime amount to- a* ,? ':'

: *1 J;'Morgsn,'Itljored ,about' .:ana, oatac. fo .' .extracting literally-washed I, ferit'. : 'very thedisette,p.!about the tame 'way hok off deaaeaC Imlitcl aa pheric'influence. Dn fruit never secured, and the government much a* as per cent.-Timet-Union. and'' -
) sad O'-2' children are::vaccinated acainttX steal h*:i J 'I..1t e.thaa'I ie,. dec.however 'be banged uv allowed an additional-tllerk. ..Thenapecton Citizen.' '"' ""'
the.oil fr year <
r 1 MGQeYereInrne1l.( r The triailatlon1i ltiorDC '" s The); 'cattle 'we ('_.' pox..Southern-born. elvp 'ot> calve le ( .protected. plfyes) for the .bu if kept///in/ a dry and well-ven while at Miami recently; stated "- -.. _,,,,1- ,
-t 4 JV.adenet'1e.c 1, .fol0 cattle of the.We. find the-".ti alf from tht North'caW-itTpe' pro. alt okryv' .storag'rFhruiernd' "FruitGrower . Ihe.indicationt were that by the-etui (The man that I I. 'td'erit1cie f

,l' of .I i 1 1 ; AholWcyBmUr fr jrreateet ,and'gi'eateatdif4 Wiatdng.tlckaosheh: .r".n rassavatbf ,, .' -. ;it' of thefiscar year* July next..Miami publia'rpsd, bonding i I. yet to be found ,-
i 7v ,iiwmsrsr-socnrrsdat;, V4SL ,whoM interiorprojectgreat .b o Goo of' the right vtrjf,'jronniOther animal sap4o : .winter ane C r"I' would be, entitled "to a fnjldelivery.. and the Commissioner who would 'at '
-. ',, .wbiWtctybanle1: 0' th ira ""of wetalic great I' .mb fclr. no*'' t in Wny,large ir t or tlhte.. tl v&s 1'j : 'ft th\\ chinks btweB -Some? men" almost* 'e : lrl wive* This J'peaks weU.Joc tb -Magl -City,.a tempt to- 'please' all-would'be of few '
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/>. iA.U :aj IV.D t- il<>'* *:r tlo.illRJ. ia.npeietV pre.$ .a *.'-'I'be-lawicrsu.'o tl W U. t1 b' o 0.should Do f"e,when they are first married and,after.' city V only .i ix year old<-Wett yalnt.Beach ,day am) full ol trouble *ay* the Watt-.i r -

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The Klsslmmee Valley Gat6 School Board Prooe l.... Character in the Gait *

. *" -.t K\.1mmee1\ Fla.; Pec. t, loot . _.., OIl ...... ,- l L : Bg'ANi illa' .OJiw1n t:
'V .' .' ? tl .. ;T I.EfMOt a MO. 11vitsv -\ The Board of Publio Inesguotionmet1 ., : t.
1 Yes Brooks said ew ttOt'V. lUto"FIS' 'N Start .cN'O
..U..D rmvav "' there being present IL C. Stanford Phillips P.. ; S. Agnnt for the '

., .\ Offle'In'Valley Uatette VBalldwgBTIMlMMIR,0 !chairman\ ; J. Strickland and A. he could, tell an 'insured man L.,' D\'tIN. "' ; ,; ' .4F--I,1. -+ "

. 8., Campbell; also W. B. HlntonSuperlnMndcDt his and when' man is J .
COUNTY.Fl.* Public Instruction.' by step,, a .J f'I ,JWJN
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0 The minutes of last -meeting were insured am fly' in The Mutual S.IJE
P. A. VA.WS AOWKW., 1 '
," W. 13.;HARRIS, ( PROPRIETORS: . ,read and approved. Life Insurance Co. of New .RIFF:' IS .A' .9bWI'Nt5. :

L Treasurer f. R. Gilbert Sr.,. reported he his' T t -
York by bearing
f jf.,A. Y.U!! 'AUIUW.: Editor. as follows: : says : :

v Klsslmmee, Fla., Deo. 1. '.. "I am insured in the strongest F .sTILL. ;

Entered at lbs Hoaioffio* I.* KIHUUB.$ *.fiaM .. Te the H_. Board at PublIc 1._ la stid company, and I do not : _I STJ1IEe.LH'
MOBBd-illae 1DaI1.- worry

,. Snbecrtbani ; Bleea. BoU<7tketU If for I herewith Oaraoia 00017 tender: my report a*treasurer about the future: ,my family 'I AND t5.t5.CRI: E'[ ['S : +++4.*++ M ..i';** : flhITLL.S['S

9 *>tell* to set Ik*paper rmierf l ..nlberld of Osoeola county for the month or,my business if I die. '. T
All oommuoloalrtoM ouee*Iran our ofJNovembei, 1002 > .
1 cormpa-uluuU muM b* signed Mr *hWH7md : TKEASTJBJCK'B WCPOK. T'".'.".._I.u.-c. -, : Finest Turnouts .ti. Tow!!. -

; matter will not be returned asleMThe Mov. ITo bal. from teat report 'J". ..Sao7 10 06poy 1..= ,kr r*.- : __ .._ w ,, 1NK3wiir ,
0.11.4 a, T* .-. le.'d M. C. HUBifard, -
edTior I* not reeponilbU fat opinion U '--.1. "aap Cr..k old arh'l b'* ft HOVtAus ", Large Stock Best ftBrand) of Canned Good \
Brd lit o.rripondnu.AdrrUilP .. a. 1'o AIt. n>dl. 151 C MI4J $ S"1000000 rTi"ffVr 'Standard Oil ond PUMPS 1$
a44..mt7b.had on appllostloa.CUBBCBIPTIOM To aint. from Comv. I Bill taa.: 441 WIT .. ", I > .
BATCH.Oneopronren . To H., ktaofurd. No. 10,.( wludowi.aehool J 66as 1 It ha*..% *....Id. !I S.Cigars and I UKMEMBKU EVERYTHING M organ Ag' Ull i L IUJL Armour Fertilizer Co. . r11 ETCETCF

II to ... .
W. B. UIDIOB. supt.4 of '
; : ..... .... .,fl.1IO ,, book. vl OO zI Tobaccos .REBR. PHOWE n.' .8. Building R41\1 'Also Contractor forJesian
month '
O..oopy.idz l : Toiazeoilotoriaxlwi. 05 $569'.000,000- -
OB eopy,turee month ,... .. I IFrrd :i To >. .. llxil.: Ut tj. ,

;;.. December Ujql90i; ; . JMMJTsBf trhlek k awn U Ike Ik*,ear votM Mkv In...,__06-p., .. .' \

warranu paid M per 11h'i8i: ... -- - ::._--- M AX,)
Writ ...d.y (let "W>iam aWl I IBM**'' .
1 o6veRKMenTH AtBfts.L ; ...... '.. . ; PpWe1l
CANALS : 1".1..ooL CHRISTMAS 3. .

1.;"To balano from laat ..". 14K MSTHOOl ," -
; .f.! Stattta of Mal. Canalaby I'I.4' .."- ""'MO. i. "COMPANY. Nzw'YojtkRaw. S 2 . .

howl* Tobalaaea .k.. ... .,t.' 41 MMov. Ar .' Klaslaatnoo Ma
'. War Department.At .,To tax oollootor;:;'1IOI" 16Deo. lice- The AVES.HOUSE PERDAY ,

wllfba aeon' from the aubjoinodcorrepondflnoe'for CECIl WILLCOX.- ?anarer .
.. jjj -5 ;
JaokaonTiUe ,
: the publication of ...
Paid and canceled warrants amountIng M v TILLER, Agent Klaalmme, Fla. .
which we are Indebted to Senator C. in the grand total to I118M)!, were ,J., :. OWBN8. >ROr>RITTOr1. "

.A. Caj-aon,"there l I. s trong probablllty ,- burned in open session. ,> ' -* Notice 'of" Intention-' Apply i ... A l D'HE' .
The resignation of A. 0..BenSon, '
liiat work will be shortly 11.1.1"- '
',i ted on tba ImproTement of the KUatmmoe supervisor of school No. 8' having for Letters Patent. SPECIAL 'RA'TES BY THE W EK' .CA'F.

been tendered, the same was accepted .
ftlver Route. The delay bai been and John Deeaon was appointed supervlaor ; :' .
Motto U brbr gtv.0 l thus the 4enUm4 -
cauaed by a dlocuailon ai to the leg-a] of said school. '._ will apply to th*Uorwror of the.'**of Florida. t' COMMERCIAL.TRAVEL..' SOLICITED..
- A petition asking for an Increase of at TallftlMMMO., on tb.12th d., of ,..*.. . --
.1.\18 .of the Southport and Cypraai A. D. ', for totter p.05.1.. Ipoorponolnc yI" .. ""HEN buying your Lqao for't
of assistant teacher of school
alary 'Th. Ii**Prom tui; ( .ad.., with'Fine: .
canal the Improvement of! Oorapnnf Situated( Jc 'Vlew.
upon No. 11 was read; but the board, after following propo..d c..... orlalnl of Near pot,, Lake have HOLDAYS. fO best '
S which the bulk of the appropriation due consideratIon of the matter,' ', _

will' be .pent. The total l appropriation elded that it iul4 not,' at this time, ten Tlili of nutlo BUM of! given* BUM aD"of published F1i.rId... .rvaal4olM -' . '. .,. brands,. and catt jon, .... ,

waa B.bout.24,000. of which gum grant-tb req',4.. . lloa I I. Cb..r 4H*. Lwi of .11d. 'Fine' Hunting and Fishing Within reach .. .
The report of' some of the schools unending Coittlon tl 21 of the K Tlod II MMU C easy Have' yOurmeas-'
8,000 U Immediately available. showing a considerable falling off in of, th.BtoM of Florid. '
.In..u. .A
The atatua of there c.nal. ha. been dally attendance the superintendentwas ..b.tho4ar.. A.P. IMii.B$ I** this, *,of!> .i' ;Q ,. PO xr ure taken

a problem that has only been publiCly Instructed to Inquire into the WII.LIAH. c. FAMOII.. r

? debated within the paat three or four II cause or cause therefor. __ H. .ui.toct.pRol.OSKD . . . --4. __" ., : "a your new Fall c.reh .
The' school - -- A. E. E 'Pr .
extended BEAR prletor.
terin was a
ai 'the VALLEY GAZCTTI CIIARTIH OT TUB LIB PAft- It I II tba only proper and satIsfactory'way n
year..and .
month, making a session of six bONa CATTUt <;q>irA y. I' '. -, : "'' ,
waa the ralae the \ieatlori and months throughout the county.Teache .- Tbo-Bdntietld, h..;,atWioUUthliBlwl.*** -, of buying your

ezpraii the opinion that .theae waterway .a.attandinir the approaching tOfMhir (.. th. Burpo of booomlia looortM 4 b clothe .Male.our election
State Tea h8l' Association will' be >rat.d sid lurnUug a or or itOtt ndr and .
were public property, we are by nu. n( the l I.w. of the! $tM of riortd f tailoring. line of
allowed their salaries for the tim _
flIt and under the following propo4 char" :
naturally gratified that the question spent upon the sessions of that body &"

. should now be ao authoritatively. aet- Provided that In schools employingmore I. State BanMissmmee ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD Cpa STRAUSS 'BROS.
Th on of th oorpormtloo pItch b* Tfi
than 01 .
one teacher a'
tIed on the lines rat"eug'geited by majority L*. CRltu COlo aD", and It.busbies ,. _
said teachers must attend the association ball b*conduct! In I In town of KtMtmn**. 'I' CIUDULK 1 '
thla paber.Complaint. $ EFFECT ,NOVEMBER M. 1 11)01'
'In order to receive the benefit. 01 In th.,Count of OMMOIa and atato>l Florida ChlcagbtI8
wa i !made to the War this regulation. and lu oBluashall b* la uld Iowa. ,I, IJ'- -VI- 21 15 ,
Department that these caoal were lh. Owing to a change In the orlglna It. sea S ..,. . ... Taaipa' ._ .. .:.A.- 7 maSOIa. t OOP 60 rep find world of'
Offers to Customers Every facility .. ... : You'l a pleasure ;
Tb. acneral ..1.. of th. bBatnei* to b* li Slop ,.,. ..PlantCSty.. .. ."LV S07P44P ?" .
private property tit the uooegaort of< plan of school building No. 28. recently trn>avMd br lbs said corporation ball bo thralalnf. .- J. tApA.- . --.... .. .. .,. ..Lr eV* $ 500p la wearing the cloibea mad
erected. the contractor was al burlnic .od sellIng; of or oUwrwlMdcalliw > Consistent with I 8<) nd Management. ... . . .. .Lakeland.. .... ... ..... .. . $0p .
the original con.t.ruct.1on. company, lowed an increase of tStt.ZS on his fira or tradliif In oaulhon**, aJwof .... ir"4".. . .' .. ... .. Mallow. ... ... .. . . ..lOOOp by Strauaa Bros.-tauIde..

.' and that therefore the expenditure of bid. loata aulnala and otbar and kinds birds -llvouook and 0>b. and.an4,4h.r all& : ..: : ::p Ar.::. .:.<:: :..:"..PnnMUorda...i.Arcadia .. :::. ..,': : '::.:.:::1::.: ,:..: : ;: scm 14 a In style, fit.finish and mater r

'money under act_of Congreag. would Bill were approved and warrants kind of ware and *. wood, tlmbir Personal Attention & Jail Bu.f (..n.t & la.! iL np\lp4r. ......... .. ..."I..a.. .... .. .....L.6.. Lip ials. TI'!e much better -
II .
be llleifal. The preaentluooeaior oft Issued as follows: fruit,aralna, loloeral ilir prottueU of 1 -- : : .::: ::.:.:.::. : : .. a : Ba than ..
land; aiaa tbe aequltltlon, ownlnc. lomlna.o- Mp lte.Ar Itanford::::: : :: : :::: : :.t-v $20a.II ,ordinary run ofclothe '
the intaresta of the orlflnat| oonatmo- TE CBIU' sAl.Aal&I.AAeImp.on pupation, fiultlvatton development l aoo: Imbrovmnt SLip in* 4. ..... ., .. Oraui.* Cltr JaooUoif......... ....y. 1 Ida i te
.. MOO atop ... ::1p *! prices arc astonIshlnclv -
of land and B. CARSON ' { ..
,' tlou company I.. the United Land 1 U Wood MUOte also th*ontruotlon of the road produote bride: hereof, uam*; N. OA.Hmn. 4, 005. 4)0. : : .. ::. .. :L.Ljnd..Lv.I: :::; :::: : : : : ; :; : : :: low and you're per.feclly '
A. the matter was B Yow r ll aim wayi. Irriiatlon work*, and .21 liutlutnn. and .i. 'MhA. .. ..... .. 1M.
Company. .oon a. .. 'I' r sat I ordering
Mia Uvrtl Johnaoa 4ft UOMlai truvtiire nvdnuarr to th* conduct of ldbutlnoMi _7 b ,

brought the attention of Senator I M \-.i, .. 4.100Mlw ,Inoiudluji the, bulldlnii and oparatUfta Y00a. . .. .. .Tanpa I 'cause If garm.nt.srlnot aatlafactory -
Kmna 4A liO of atoamboati sad olhnroraH, fur LI.. tranapor : # I. ::..:" t:.: : : ::: : ::: ...: .::.: ': .:' t l0)p) ,
Canon negotiation were opened with Mill Flora Famiwonh 4% IN) tailon of Irvltfbt and sod a."*rally ..r; : : : :: ;;;: :.:.: .;; SMp needn't take .
C . you
.. !> <:" ... .
the company which .." *l.otL In the re- Miu: Vlnilllla! l-arkvr; . <(00} IM to v,.ir. 1 0 hoinaa U'oodall laultur 7 0. I tli. .1.0. of Mid oorlHjrttluu uud.r U** .lbu. plnl
I .
'I a.e'by it of' all poiglble rlaim to C A Htrlrkland Lllll: Uale.: .'. 4HIIOMlai U now la.*.of tli.aid Stat of Florida.4tl. -= I .:: : .Oalnmvlll: . '. .:: ..Lv... : : ::: t you cample-

.. 4 ...rtutka . .
these canals and their dedication to H Helton 41% 00NIM Wa.r. 44
. .
Bartlo K"null. .. It 00 The Ktnonat of' slack of ald*orpnratlou .. T ..J.Qkwl. .... ... Ma '
the public. Following: thIs action'the 1 r lUwthoro* 40 00CUtin" ahall bv 5ft.en tlioutautl tlullan9 .. If :. 1 .* :.. A..7. Lip J. N.
: : : :; ;:,::::: : :
the ... 4% COMlMKmma \ lh. few lays at .
.4. company a ago request Farun U oc and fifty iliareaof, the par taliiof t4uo Jimdred A .S '< ..Utah .... .Lv.. Ilp
.., of the War Department and upon UAtHux.0too* MOOUlMHUale an .nn\.1 .. ,
.. .
i JohBlloB ItO 00 sail l capital fctock i ball t>*.ub.orb.d* and fully slap.. ..A. "" 'a&. ..' .. . ." . Clotlilnq. Shoes Notions! :
the Advice of the Attorney General WIIC<>.... ...._ 11I\ UOKIlM pel.lta bn/iir/ Bald.corittratlou chall traniautauy : fc Oily a. ritgWs aop_ . .,.. . .. .. W.,... ..._ .. O.: '- .. =.= -,t .n__ :
Plnl Oireralreet WOO ...Iue.. % >LT .:._. ..T. ....-Ar I _7 30 Ar '::: d. ,
4 ecuted a deed of theee-eanala to the Mia* Fuail I Walten.n. . .... S.. 00 . IV: .. is I.$7. .L . .L.lIy eucept. d.,. -: .,.11 S J .
United Stales tnatruotlong Mlaa aulh Belloa. . : . ..- JA 00Ma tb.tOrn 4urwhi.'h| salt .aa .-. -
,. Whereupon Corporation nhalt H Wa 711 001' . Tamil.... Ar' Sin 2.a fTTj -
.. Allilna Moiltk. .V.vcS. ,....IS uu exist shall, b* Fifty . *.alp JO..Ly.. I'ampa Cltr Ar a y .v .* . . .. .
we.Usuedfort1Jpeady9om.I = Hlon 0 4- - -.'.----
._,... Ju -
< &u. V. ova f *j *"PIQimpAr.. Tamp .!.vS .
I. .
'.t.i-_'= "''menocment ftflhe work of relief J W a ntnlon aalarr ,. a-J ,. "clear" .' .lO OA. o J.
8upt ,1'ub luttraHI&a Fl builnoM of sold corporation aball be.ooodteI.d .4p A../ Mater. .l.v "Ma .. ..0T
aod for M o) MH l the follow .1b U. Ar. ...
Theae canals are therefore now officially :.r."K'f.'l. : by ofllcvra: A Iron)> "II .lla .
C . .-. . 2 00 dint.',1) I C TiaJnror a )tKireta . a. 1.p Ar..Tarpon Hnrluira .. Lv .ate ....
declared to be government we- atrlokland MBCI 00 slid M Guard nf lllNMi lllfM) tlafa. cud ...10 .Alk C DaIly clfretn Niluday.
AM C..II MB 1'1. ISM) be i,, -, I-
ter deviurd
.1e1 l. 'feature of this matter equallyimportant 0 .....onulog down pump at aehoolNolS I IJ or :, lo time by the rtnreevarr Hoard Pullman sloping care on 21 and 32 between Jacksonville and F RD S'BUCrDRJ
to Is Its .. : 00 of Ulrtfvtoi. Tl>..Hlc. of lha VUiMt'reNl.ilifiiland . PROFESSIONAL CADR'S.PA. Pr Tampa E
our people bearing U Baladon iuIlo. pupil. .. .schooL Volt. n 1 reawiirer may be huM by the pame pttron* -n--'c : .', TO TIE HAST I ''THK Ww .
upon the Blopoohee Canal and lobe O .MeClellaad-- I'. a oo Tbe number of number of the Hoard ol. Hire --- HUM KOilL.Y.| ... Tswps| . .Ar HOOp y All
B Tumblio.I 10 OIl) tore may be chenped from time lo tlma ci Bi7' CHA. BASS. VANS TSOpftu *lOa .Jackaolivllle:: ; :At SIlls 1 Up aJ Lra. dally.Lv : SI N :
right! of private oltlseng of Lee county Alekla Lamb. -." ".' )X..., vI j l: bepryvldrd.I\U\ the Uybawi of laid corpora- AGNEW, Clbp lOLla Ar .Wayrrom. .Lv ,dhbllLia I0 pI .. Tampa ".Ar s .,
to obstruct the of that JHW.Ik0. ton, hut nol b* lM-4hau thre*or more .1 IlpiAr, .Lv I"! > S4a' ., .Ar 100 lO
passage connecting H C Buaford. t.egbton( deika. eto ... 4N 1H fl DEALER IN a ..M."e., j 1..1..0..11.
i. than fir I AT LAW ,.. a?* 5214pAr. Ch."o .Lr1IWS. Sine' .1.v .K* SlOp
link of this inland waterway H rertlo, hanllog pnplliaahonl Ho U 7 50 Tb. l> tvoted ia ecrve forth* 8 -I.ATOR.Y . JI I- !ITt f, Ar '.!. 4K '4 .t'I. M A Godwin, I PUBLIC I 4 WU..h'.I 1.
hauliBf lumber ablnfl* term of one year by lb. elockhoMere at anlontton ; | 196 I
The United States, through the War.Dep.rtment. 'S00 lo No 1.1 ... : CS 1. lo b* held oo Lb. aeoend Tu.ed., ft* ; KI Sp 4J rTh.C' 11I:iut 161 Ar.:. $ 7 4'.p* u:
I J W WUOB. palnl and other eapalle"ol' earb .. . : SIMMEE. F.LA II 00p A ;
assumed year nd 110.011I.) shall be Fresh Fish :;. A0:3iIrminshmntLy .
; long ago Jurle- lor acnoola.. .: ...p S4 7BT elvutod for a html).lOOm by Lb. Ulreetore IIBmudlalely ; 12 COps A. H Baltimore Lr lIla lOOp J4 Ar.. ..Kaahrllle .Lv .40.
1 diction of what U known as the third B Billiard I lumbar for Mhool No 2 .. a 01 ....the election tb* Director by I : SIMPSON ,_,1"Ar..Philadelphia..L 1 lOs 101 MWa, . Ar.Brai; .Tllle _. sineXVUa .". KniOr'HJEDICINE- I
J BHBT, budding I eloaeti Caohool MoWUlli '900 Ins hlockboldura. The director mItch b... i DRC P"y t 13 rAT..i..w\.o'.L._ !.! S ... Chloa o..LT w. .
section of thta waterway being lobe Ball,aattlog np deaka aebool Mo U I OHChart power u> adoia liy-lAw. (for the ontrul of maid 70=
I -'AND--' 8KRVJCB. : : : ]
** om| ll, elarlnit round sad corporation I al any time before tb*date of th* THHVOR'CA 8t. LI..L. Yyp = ;;
stretch CaJooaahatchee between
hanllng ( .lt Mlhoal tiaU... .-. I IS 00) flrat -anuuel raoetlnit. I' Port Thompson and the Gulf J a Ollhort Sr. com of ..u..r._..... 20MH..II tine to ajofitui. alu,. modify ur ,.IDd.' i 'I.. Offioe over Pharmacy.OmoB . ers between New York Jacksonville .Cincinnati...Lv lllltpIQttia ... .
B. 10
Now. it assumes Jurisdiction of lbs school tOe I..bsultog......Jointer... ,.. .... lOtIO j By-Law'Th* names nf th.officer who aretooonduot I *1 HOUI.. LuG a. m.' to ; and Port Tampa. Day coaches' between ' ...LV ..... ; .
first Ion on the Lakes and the Kla- a pel45ln. eobool ball llalJCo" the biutoeM of said eorporatloB ..'1' tboa* I 1JO: to m Jacksonville and Washlnfrton and Dlnintr Cars between Savannah and TbmUonl's. Ulo.Dut has ., ;i
.d aa.ortto coO tI."... lIS 00K 4 1. N" York
.ttlni a. .1 lotdttb* flnl'election ahallb.. NOI. 18 and Pullman Sleepers between saved doctors' than
.; River from Kiaalmmee to Baa A Doiua bull4lu boost .cboot 21 11. 50WLV.a are a*follow: GUARANTEED. and New York --r Z car Jack'OD"I.
boa,.. Iniurtug biiIldln.Ii said vll..WabllQ Pnn. R. K. No. 78 and 23 sixty ytmn. for th*common family
'.mllel'.",It must, therefore, neoessarlly urBtor,*aeoo rio 11. a 7..rwM .. .. 10'110 ., Of-riCERg: q..llf104'l "_ 'Telephone.No. 76 Jun 6, lyr, ; man Sleepers btween .and St. Louis via Montgomery. Pl. ailuicnU, such as oonstipatioa,
Wt 1.1.1 AM C. ***M>II*. Preildant.JoN .- ; FKEE DELIVERY '
( follow by every reoognited rule of Khool"l No I. you.IIGJ..n4, ...... .. .furniture.. IB 00 al. Lea. Vlo-rreldeBt and M:". Hlcka i Steamer' leave Puma Oorda.7:0.and arrive at Fort Mirers 4.00p. imlirrestion luurd rl.bowil oom-
'law and procedure that it will also aa J H buildiug MhooU BTAKLBV U. Bwuxxim. BMnMary, ,. c. W. .10.. Steamera leave FO Myers &. ) and arrive Punta .Oorda Dally pluinUt chilL 10"- biiiotw-I
No*S and 7.*rean .. ...-....... 1100 'IIIBECTOE8: HICKS A HOLLOWAY. except Sunday. .3. noos. headaches like
aume jurisdiction over the second or Clay Portia work at aeliool 740 7.. ... 76 Q other .
medicine U
WlLLIO C. P for West and
4 B HI Physicians and- 8t.ear Key Havana Tuesdays '
middle section the t H Batcdtte. palnUni school buHdlng II XT MJWTbompMu .. Thursdays and "Suta- PDt
connecting upper : ,wood end aehool auppua IONS it. UrC0J8. das lLOOp. ._ I invidtiniUKLaiul mg-
and lower sections. nhooINo ... ........ ...... ..1 .Tavtar 11. ayi Loca. Notice of Application for' Tax Ofltoe over Oeoeola P&acT. Connections made at Jacksonville (for all point east and ala the .-JimsUon;
W A Koebuck l Irelght lumber BaiMnger VI. Deed Under Section 8 ofChapte..8. Calls answered norlI. wesU
That this view of the ease la taken .........T................ 1500 Th. hlgheat amount of 1.1..._or lia day nild& . Information regardlnl the schedules, through reaerva- >the* blood (t i, ,
Robert La Martin building boat arbool.No50. Laws aIIO lions, etc-, may upon application to arranj.r. pUlo. t ,
by the War Department may be in .... "bhltli. which the raid corporation ecu as Uloks any L of tunA
... ? . ... (00N'F lubjeot I ItMlt.kail be rirue Thoua.and Hollowsy, Nu.Offlce O. F. PARLxR aocumulatioa*. 1 I
ferred from th. fact that Instructions W.Baaa BUlMTOJl,bnlldlat, hOU4. MO $II) lit 0. bellan.Th. Florda. Phone. No. 3. 8. P. CER.JR-DI..I.loo Pass. Ag't. Tamp. v\\. AI't.< t cures liver complaint, lDt-

looking tb the removal of t the Hlcpo- .C. BTAKPokD,Cbalrman.Coitflcll VII. NOTICK I B&BKIY THAT J. H. ''I T. M.E .. W. J.CRAW O. P. A II. Jsuur stoiuachr '
J nam** and plane* of .d_ eI tIM.abl. Call_. of Tea DajrriaT, T.f) . ,, & T. f rbpumstio pala sidnache bocka ,.
; |:chee Dam have already been Issue .. iBoorporaUM and the imeuBIW 10 Undated Ike Mkoafoil Jaly, 0.1-. BUBT .. r..ID4. Wilmington. N. O. :*. [ lle. (. ,
Mock ubeerlbd for by each are aa follows: maid aertiaeala madeappllfialtoa Will Visit K__ .TM7 ./ *,istipaticai ".
., ;.to tbs proper 1aw01lloer. Proo.sdlans. William C.Pareona,MoCabe YTpal CoaBly, for tax : *' : .I L ..bUu piles aar4V .,
1 Tbe.hanD of our people are due to TOWN : Arlaoaa *TBty-Bv '7M) Vila law. Bald r lollowlB(4leerlb4 g'-w aiaka redoaUna iBTprkw* these colds and draft-' I I 1
HALL. Dee 2 1902. 7I. f
John if. Lee Klaetmm* . ... property.I Bs;aie at Banew.Fm. -
/ .the ._.ful.ffo. of Se* tor Car -Conncit-inet in regular-session-oa four((74) iheiea.gianley etxintr, to-wlt:. ., i. ffliallory Steamship. Liftes gist b'lo'. DI-1ih
U. aulloek &.Iba.. wo. IB 2 ..
riodda sxt
ion and our able delegation In Con Tuesday Deo. 2 at 7:30: p. m. I-1 : .
t3. (I) .b. Ban .M .. TK>MA*ON. si Ice ,Never aeunit.
;tarest particularly to. RepresentativesOa Present: H. Stanford, president, T..I,ODS hnndnd and tfty((160)) .b._. TOO amid I lead helms daM .. r... I . I.O.
;* J. M. Willson, Jr., D. C, Zee, and th*laaaane of rack : .* o ..... THROUGH TICKETS TO on having kbe
4t via and Sparkman. i, R/' Gilbert Jr.. cterk. FATE Or FLOB1DA.IOaosouk of I'.M.PalatarEai. = .* & .u wn. by the cH""q '
1f I be rsde.m.d MMordlBf will I II. I It. s.esm..oe -FIWM SX .' OtHo.fbeB*41KlaSlllMIE. .
The follows COUIITV.
correspondence Tbe'minutes'
: of the last l'8lul.1'meetlnlf New CpT.M
mithron on th* day .eoeeib.rv A. New Haven. New London Tall .
Pliadolpbla. River
TAMPA FLA. Deo. ft 1M>2.MrrC. were examined and approved. Before m,1ha a.deraigned offleer, duly aiathortaed 1 FL. BteduOnMltl '
ths.inune. The following bill examinedand by law lo take acknowledgment. of 1.,1'0' Witaei mv efBelal slgnauir. and Boston and all Northern point ,is ( T. ,
A. were earth HI.
Carson ,
City William C. _
appeared 1
d..r..n.ll Seal thla the llth day .Novem R. A D. M1.
Fla.. ordered paid to wit: Blanl.jr: H. Bullock to n.well 'M f ber A.D., mn. D[) STEVENS -AT geod ..any ) avwytrOM.. | hews I
DKAH SIB In KI.T.I.. known to be th* Individual described IB, : a faaMly of twr
k :- reply to yours of December Co nut pkoa No 17 1 60 JNO.M. LEE. chlUraa and
4th I have to say that I have J W .Adarhold salary aa maror.. ..t S ss and xeeuted who ubeerlbed the foregoing their Instrument name ,lo end end cyst.who Clerk Circuit Court of f ..DENTIST... lour years I feme a4 theal .s ,J
J A .' Oooi rierida.
Laoeaaler aalanr aa treaaanr S 00 : County,
not ye* received orders to go. ahead I ALanoaaler.oneeord wood -1711JoeNUBltt lly acknowledged tb* eeatloa thereof for 1 aiidliaaUhytvNJtiMdaaOTavlBlaclu'OraujlU. I
with the Klsslmmee River work. ( OBeoord wood 171Mr.MaekTaieord ) ,the purpo*therein prid. Gas I LOWERRATES X GKCEN, IBSVM*. I La.

Very respectfully, wood. :....... 0075 INWITHEH8 WHEBEOr, t h'T* Notice of Application for Tax Office Hour JJ .?. Ia *.* and Frank Bail.drtylng well E.1. riant. ,81 110 nrnnlo **t my hand and official I | | I
.c t?* HERBERT: DCAKYNE Deed Under Section 8 I 1. to .30 P. M. .
B PDaon,ealeuptof U [aii.3 ant at Klaalmm 1 Florida thl -THAN VIA- .
Captain Corps Engineers U,, 8., A. Hoot BratloB.aal -'L.I'V..Di.. M = eleventh day of December A. D. of ORLANDO .'. FLORIDA .
A (U Blohardaon. wltne*foe ..... JO 1VO2. Chapter 4888, Laws : '
WASHINGTON Deo. 4 1902. F ....- .. M F. A. VANS AOMEW,
Ir-If." fee:. :. : M Kotarv Public la and for the state of of Florida. W1L.LSON OTHER LINE.
? j.- Bon. C. A. Carson, Klsslmmee, Fla. Job. Hall wltoaai t**.......... Ml La_ WoTlet IA wraraY envra '." j. v. J5M.. JR.., : ,

herewith MY- DBAB letter 8&IUTOBI-1 from the: Chief Mild of you En t L DevIdio.,feeding,a..) S. .oavsug.r.prlaooarl& :.... ..... .3000MerhaUer IceMoPbatMr lotS WlllaoB i, I4TO.Jr.I4sa7dld purchaser the of lit Tax dar e .No-.A.: 0 ( NoTAwr PU8. ... ) ; Passengers leave Jacksonville every Thursday aa follows i- MALARIA ;
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1'1ring date November I ,Cost la _,w', eonn. .". 10 OOJ RHEUMATISM D. ItMS, haa .Id I STATE AT LAKOE. (S. AiD-
k. MePhanar aalarr ai aiarihal .,, . 4000 fled ..1. ?
od. haa Via the .
spplleaUott lo Islanda" . . .
26th, in relation to Improvement of Tb. W *c droo.ri. o.. md>* :., :. lag lame I. BMordaBe with law aid oerUBnat Real Estate Agent. .USa 10120 *. nr, fSiet.LimitedVia
KUsimmea River in which will I a 011", ol.rk....I. 2055I YELLOW
: anbraea tb
folMvlog oeaerlbed
!'I note the cause of delayia not you beginning BOil""Ji.,.1. S 1.._.... 60 CURED AT: LAST attained: IB Oeoeola* Connty, Btvaert* KISSIMMEK. FLORIDA 'Plant Systtm . .. . . . . ,
Of I "Will...I'.tn'.bL.out' drsu . 2. anA MKU of NEW; and KWji of JJ'dUt 1 / 3IS'P.
tbe work, with the state meet that L DIvtdstu, .trsoO 4IeTII. and 8lM of iff BontloB ft.. l V. IIARWELL Crraa W.:T.Jr _.> I
Via 7
q W .C .work..S J , Seaboard Air Line . t . ,' .1 -
the project for the expenditure of tbeappropriation 0.Co. GO Sotub. Uang*V Kaat.'A. 7,40 p. m. (F..t Mail|.) The Taasare
haa been submitted W B )1.1_Co.,md>*. ......:... .7 The eald. land being aaaaaaed at hId data of wiO who In
1 to H C Stanfordpar aat.,. ,.i., .i i.....1" .w Good News, for All Who th.laauaBO of curb MrtlnoBU In tb*Baai 01 Jumcx .tots PKACB AND Going aboard tIM) the Government, went s
the Secretary of War for approval WatklaHedle'......... ,....,.. .. tllCurBedl. .Uukiiowa., Val_ meld eortlfUat ahall heredKemsd steamship immediately on.arrival at Brunswick. to Cuba was Inoculated with Yellow
----4 and that a* soon as that i* done .,. ...... ..._, .,...t.. 1\11 Suffer With ..Rheumatism acrArdlag lo law tax dd will' ln* NOARY'PUBLIC' STAT AT LAttoMARRiAoxa Feme through moequlto bite.anddied

i work wUl commence. I will look after Resolution paaaed that the treasurer theroo 'ou.lh Jab day of l>w>*B>br. *,. It. 4 A S.aCIALT. Bpsarage Ched d rough Destination. appiud to Congress for relief ,

L. the matter again and a* soon as I render a certlftcate of deposit with Free.To ., .JI._ WIL.... "BIT. osloltl signature and Office on St. AYQue. The above tell of the sad to-day.ealmlaa. (
; have anything. further will writs'' you each menthly-report, and the clerk f aeal oo -this the 'Of HeI war For illustrated matter, dla rarrfs, reservations 'tidketi
all who suffer with nbeumatlani SSAL){ lO . KISblMMEE. ., .' FLA. etc.., applylo Jon of a eeriee of experiment by the
vembor D..i*<
Your .
't' truly wag Instructed to notify the treasurerof .
I will gladly send free the wonderful t .7 JNO.W.LaE.- i Government all of Wfilob pravsd eeocluaively
8. M. BPABKMAW., same. story of how 'my mother Was cured Clerk Ilrenlt Court of A. W. Agt.t a2oW3 .t.. JACKSONVLLE.FLA"KISSIMNEE that the familiar mosquito to

- '"." WASHINGTON, '.Nov. 26, '1002.Bon. board Mr. and Fennel asked-that appeared before the after years of sufferingtogether with Oaoeola C $ L.llo'L , ) a dangerous vehicle for eanrtoa; MaartaT" '
repairs be madeon 80 'YEkRr
the moat elaborate treatise on Rheu Yellow Jack/*and other malaiUlfeven. -
S. M. Houte '
'I' Representative Sparkman- U.. 8. road between his pl_'anti \9_. matisni-ever published.. Notice ol>Application For Tax : XPUIgNOI M

t. ?\ia:-I have the boner to acknowledge -I the The marshal was instructed to make ..No matter' what your' form of Rheumatism Deed Under Section 8' o( tL4
repairs at once.
necessary RIVER .
i J lbs receipt of your l letter of the Is, whether acute, chronic ', ROUTE.
There being no further business Chapter a 888 Laws !
muscular ,
deformant _
l 122nd. Instant in regard to commencing Council adjourned eubject to calL A
sciatic, neuralgia gout lumbago, o(Florida.Noniic : 'u
i the work of Improvement. of the Kisslmmea B. C. BTAHfasLD: Prealdent. !
River J. R Clerk.Klaeiasme to.-7-00 matter how many doctors is iiiiKar(HVIMTH AT B. r. Laardao.nunhaarref : "
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Ia reply I beg to advise you that sotioll aave failed in your case-no matter Tax C..1 No l dated Steamer Lillie I 'Stearrie'r '
,, on the project for thla work baa bow many so-called ".ure cure" you tuolaldayof\ lace, A. .dl lied Mid D .. 1.F Roseada >rt>
eartlfleate In offire, ha made ,
Oolf. have tried mr aplleeloll .
-I want you to write
'been delayed on account of the necessity to ( for leau DCI. Captaia Clay. .Jabstaoai [ .
Ta to I. aeeocdaae with Sr. Captal. Clay'
.' me and let me tell how I .1 0-60 Johaso ,:jrIteguUr j
of securing from the United Land Aa a striking instance the good you mymolber. law embiaec the followla. ..a- ,
of condition of the Rolf ground talc win- was cured ; "roy ltuMd 5 U* Oaeeola County .
Company a relinquishment its rights : -
8 and Interest In what Is known.b.. tar. which will. be) understood ka once I am neither a Doctor nor a Professor =. ,*f IT. V-MAPAf% HM. S ala 'r"k: .f weekly trips to Daasinger and return jioaeada Jene.1 nOM who are .n- to. ,

Sonthpoit Canal aa artificial waterway -' by those who bave< iatereated. themselves -alroply a plain man of business, B. 41w W;'I.i&;i ii.'P 6' Kis irnme Tus day and arrive otothet?malarial influences ahould tllt.oI.oJ take- .j "iWarning. ,' .
forming a part 'Of the projected in the game,' we) give. a bona but I have a CURE Rheumatism, mornlnJ. Ki..imme Friday ."&ilg.- '. Iron la the '
The>el i Improvement. The company has }ust Ode score made by J. Nimlw on Saturday and I want to tell everyone who Buffers the lainane. of "Ia same ol Special Lake Okehob and'Fort Myers o the Sn the blood and'provides nature withMffletent } %'

.' executed a relinquishment of Its rights morning, December 6th The with Rheumatism about It. I wish ITaknow Dale** ..* 11.bal'. rerleraxt 'Tt ? : 'bl* <>"""<>< passengers.; Rate* .. resistance to ward elf t' ,

? -in the canal and the project for .\. first round of nine hole waa made in to bo clearly', understood and trust I aeeordlnk to law,. .. ; .ar. most Picturesque Waterway in Florida, -. Bat; if UM blood 1. impale or .u'j Inopoverlahed. -
the ,
I 12 and the aeoond round in M making hat allwho: are sufferingwith'this u.a o I? dar lb.A. D.
'. .expenditure of the appropriation > Passenger aed Freight Rates . or It there U --,. It' f '
II apply to .
a total of 19 for 18 -holes. In the terrible disease, however apparently
I mad. by the river and harbor act -of algaatare) and OMans that the
WI&.y.e ngbUngqvalitleaaf
June 13, 1802 has been submitted to 'I Irst round be spoiled his soore by anI beyond the reach of ours,.wUl write to I 1..L.4.;:: U.lU.1 0)foonieber,A .a.-l. CLAY- JOHNSON, SR. Prpretor. blood have bee lowered, and eons the ,11..
..8 I for the fourth bole, ball me this day and I will send you by I board "
the Secretary of,War with recommendation driving: his. : 'Il'O.w.LEL' !P" > uIi1e. qoeatly there la danger. It you-w .
into the ditch which return mall this work of tnlne. I F1.. i1.
V for approval. "When the pro [ require a long ap- V Cel Clranlt Cr beD tbe blciOcl aDd JII'OP a
"carry" to negotiate .-.f ll On' pHI specially to the "chronically J : 1501 .
lees I. approved the work will be oonvmenosd JBI'W. IO : oL 1'Iehed wtu. Id
t. without further delay.- Very t be second round he made no mistakes, 11 It" who. are wearied and discouragedwith "I MMBI .TLI..TIL. I } > ;
,4. respectfully Your obedient servant doing the fourth bOle,. which la our 'doctoring" and to those who > J&

r, O. 8. OrifliEHPItT. ', > ongeet in 5, and hi* score of 37 hive been cast .aside a* "incurable. l NOTICE I FOrmula;tells the. story : f, Harters

J brig den.,Chief .Engineer, U. 8. ,lae only been beaten, by America'seadlag All you have thought about Rbeuma I f
ArmY professional players, who .lain may be wrong. Let me) tell yon CeaalT l-hrhv Jnigof siren Oeeaola thai I .ft a plr to i '
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iWASHiNOTOWrDeo layed here winters Our> experience. Burel ly if .have order Iron
; some ago and yon aa te Mil at prlrat OL IB lollewlaw Grove's'Chronic.Chill' Tonic
r'. ,, *,'1903. left a record of M behind them. Rheumatism or bave a suffering real estate. -. Cure :
.Hon: 0. A. Carson Nlmlte' 37 boles friend, it wi1P.7101l to investigatemy lBg at the ueslMa.I f
by wan aa follows: '. MY Dauta Saaf A.TO :-Your esteemed 4.4 i 4, &, f, i, 3, A, 4-37. -i offers anyway. and prove for yonr ably twBBtr-rtx leash,1 rants ,._"r-Ukt*ea4, : i' ..pu.t..4obsa i' te.te'm.fe Lateral way.H ia raeonlawd ;'i. ;..
'favor1 or the 4tt is to band. I 'quit elf tbeae I make. wee 1 r vhala _
Visiting golfers of the biggest call. claims rG & J *. Em. ai
PERUVN Wb-ra the biooaTpurilUr .
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agree. with you that now, is 1 a good bra peed not be afraid of our golf Send me .your addreee today-apoatal lalng B. Fd Ld POPLAR BARK 'louts hi. and It bM beW log .', J..
i 'time to go to work on the Klasimmes grottad ,and"while snob scores are) card will do-and I will mail Sold real s06alo 'aste. th. MUSS f Extract ..AOC Fluid ;

vT and I hall urge 'baa'ae& On the Chief made here by local players ,Ihey you this wonderful ,",.' If yon Cbarle..W and.! ...o RT.' :I/PV A.B : " ,
Engineer I assure yon I shall do have friends1 with Rheumatism t . .J D fluid -. '
of should. bring tbelr .beat skill with any suffering apofleoflos wlU be poe.eatpdei E :- I" *,A_"".
.. all in W power to gas tba work'star* Uaem"' t ,u. ,' 'DO matter where located, .the. ; : :'' .. _Dr.. p.

,fted; With assurances of esteem,' V" wad me their.addresw.-and I will mail /J ual&D/r! ., .,. : ; : : 't'' ; Wlri'rr _. .

- '. "jT*' j ". -l Sincerely your. &ubo'; 0, te.-Ap17. ai VUj them a copy. My addreaa is VICTOR. kdml.LdOMOO.1; 4l/ Chart L1DeOX.. ,"p t'Cw"tt.'o' Ch To e, rt buk ".
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a OHUNOrt :DIKaQTORY.MBTBoom J: :E' ,'::9E: : .. :E: .:a:, .. DRUG .COMPANY 1a '
.. .. ..... o Watery & CoWBOLKIALK
"Nth II a a and ODSOH.I t o.elock.rresehlBc'esea. rrarw ..MlnsJS& .J. !"II: Ia4 '.'..OG >_ DIIl'-1 pd" Placer. 10 r aronGro.ory .

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?' Ism. r. 0.-0." }...Frl.r.sets.raster PMWT.. + L TF1E88' TRE8,8'B a.S' 8 8 tL: :a..A.. >zae's A.I RETAIL DKALXU. /-.

Pr..ehln..r Bo"'a,1t .. .. ..4 1 .. .
,,_... rorl Y Mlac (JO e. ... *.r.n*., ahaol.... .. m. rrw.r _a.every''I' a... G O. C.E" nI ES '.
d'l':,..T 1':1.; VMionslwtri. ::=e.. . .
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I li .doing well and Hancock's Liquid Snlphur I le endorsed --- ; :
orrla* erary -- :'.tool.u..dy;: :: Hokool. lp.Bi.: ru ti out of.04U>ir r '"h _. and prescribed by many Physician 'A BIO BLACK< ,BAR. Caar i I<:.
e..I" rinks hr th BwMac IkIM sad throughout the county for ..11bloocl. J, ,
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f Meh month.ra..svra.NC..sss.DII. Base care doe
shipped tome
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: ant uud t bird .. weriMpe 1..ohoah. beef u .Ule this week. -of-. eases'of.eoxama d skin' troubles.and other Hundred Jack Heneock !.Mere Lucky TbcPrecUeat I .Hay; Grain Crates' { Etc.
T rr ausdy 8udar ::: ;
: ..rrko._Mcralns Mrv.1. J. ..t II .-School*, X,..nIM t:4tk. W. \V. Wheeler. of WhltUer wkt on kin diseases have been .permanently .. Reecevelt. .I1 :ou; Need.4t1y..t' Ong' - "rv q . ,1. ,
7w.y asrd.r > ,
O."L a d. cured! br \the use of Hancock' Liquid. :Jick ".
>: .. .r l u SIS: "Pr TM the, streets \the other About a month ago Gtancocklour . 1r
_I..'1'10....**.Mains' .l "Ii,1:: .. iti Sulphur after all other remedies failed. catcher of snake. '< sad.. .. -- '
rrhodj moM ialljTBTlw4: ,{ .*thme..rvloM. Olin P. Hugbeywho' recently moved Cure prickly) beat, in an. application.Hancock' . famous HIDES FURS
:. ?. a. ender ..ftMar.ALSX. DraldeDtowD\ was back on a. .UltbUweek. Liquid skin gator, was down at" Lab Marion In the way of ftbEdware.TLnware, WOOL ,

UAViMoX. .B..... I.S. \ -- troubles of every Sulphur nature. cure No h.bould creek o. ODe of hii. knots, bear sad earn havIng -i" ., .Oraniteware;, OJ...., r ,
of immense
.;!::::-::- R. O. Savage h..' toned the Laic wiLh.' G"'. IW Ask your across used sign in \that. an locality quite recently +k ,ware, Croekerywpre: Stoves. .,stc.. oGALL 'I ."

Official WMthor. Deport.IIAII house to Julius Hyde, and ha alto druggist for a book on Liquid Sulphur. but still. be could not altogether Country; l'roduc 0 Specialty.iescjrnr .
TB.ramATV'._W.l. tasted bought. \ Hyde HoteL v For tale at the Oaceola Pharmacy. locate Ida actual! feeding. ground. sad.. ON-" Y '

".....u. ."..ra.. DM ...aI iwa.Mu. .. Mr. Wm. MoCool;of Dearer Falls had to return to to... MeW. .. y ,
'F Pa., arrived on Monday for eeyer.iweeu The memory of those b."oo&o"" ...At.auAtaAAuArknuA. -. -c.--.t_-- '
I I 'lila. I' hunting and flthtnir.< KleslMssee'a irpreverpate.There I prints. howeverhaunted: Hancock: la =-'= --
: has been .1.& deal of his dream, and unable to bear the B. MAKINSbN'.COMPANY oSTANFORO.4-0.E-S? 0
-- -- -I I.alard. The 4etbodltt, D.pti..Dd Pretby building goingon quietly, and hone train. any...oa..... he started off again .. : Sw' ,__ :
pad.1.... .:. 71 4> ... .tartan. oburchei will have Christmas. Is In contemplation. No one baa re- last Saturday and arrived: at his. -' ytV iey In Kl..lmines, ris. f F "
..,, ......, 74 ,M i
.......''........... n 611 . tree for their Sunday School. alised quite bow much but if the mat.ter happy hunting ground -.shortly before W <
M<..d.. .... ..... 74' 411Tu. Mr. J. L. Godwin returned. on Saturday is condensed and collected together' sunset. -Ins* rivlnr himself time to .---. -... / (
......'............ 7. Krwwv .... from KlttlmmeeIsland,- -whenbe it Js .ba Ied 1..1-. ,apparent',. that, this look r6uD4wor.. dark, and was delighted 3 ti
.,......: .'7H'O'l 19 67/' has been cow hunting for several town 1 I. ileadlly. prospering.' to nod that \the game be was ;' :' i' The only UDrutM Kldsrr fsrs '
_Ic.. or -The city council I. considering-the in quest of had been .... the BUSINESS LOOALB.: : 1 i. Smith's Kidney Cu...: Yourdruggist
1. A. BIMPBOM. M.Tht returned advisability of building a new brick acorn of sing oak tree wlthis. two, refund .r'-1 : J : _ _

.. norm tsars no ..10....'. \to Ml her.i borne JetileCroti at Lloooln/ Neb?ibis after week a. }jails been and plan and specifications, .have. hundred jard of where. be had made. Santa.. Clau.-Stanford..J': .... _. after .1_ bottle your you money are I l" ..1.f '
contractbat _
examined although
", -Old Proverb.Friday >levant visit with relatives on UUI..rd' been let. no his camp. Firework at. Dunn Bookstore. satisfied. with 6 centatOsoeola -
Iiland.E. Returning: to this. tree la. about aa Pharmacy., ftBallard' n1
Anew depot building hat bean Paished hour' time, be Waited. very patiently. Xmas Goods at Ouloe 'A BraUoa'. .
,. December u, .1903. O. Van Anew left New York on for the Atlantic Coast Line Tail- for about [twenty minutes, an4 was
the lOUrby the Clyde Line 'boat "Co- road.. suddenly startled. to .bear a crashing : Bo..DIlm' .
Bo and balk Candle at %... .. -
maoche" for Jacksonville, and ... .8. H. Bullock has bought a block, sound on another oak tree about fourteen Immediately ..1. .b.oroupy I LSHOESt.5.t j.
LOCAL NEWS. should arrive!' here 99 Sunday. and will build a One residence with all pace behind bun. nod. lookininn ;Hoe Roll. every day at City Bakery. 0.b1. opp.a. ..tla rasping } ( : t .
modern Improv.menttiC. '. through the dim.., cloud' llcrht ot Henry C.
w.' C. Parsons returned from strip O. Newton baa the contract. 'to the young moon, he saw a great dark Large stock cf nand: bulk Candlee Steam, DruggistSbelieburg; Wisconsin .
Mr. 1 E. O. in town' from to his fanclie[ on Lake Klttlmmee Install four: air motor outfit. with mass breaking the branches. of. the tor \the Xma & Tress's. writes, May 90th, l Qll I have
Shell Hammock this week. where he v Turkey Hammock and ha been la H. Bullock, Senator Carson, H. O. by the down. A movement on Jack's Sea Gale. and Brattqn'! ..stockof Syrup for two year and t. '
Mr. Will Holden. of Orlando, h.. town all this week. 8 Stanford J. M. Willeon. Jr., and part attracted the.....'* attention, holiday! good before buying.. ha a preparation that ha given t. i I ?

been in \town all of this- week. Mr. and Mrs. Bender left yesterday probably one forArK.-Bearden, which and \14denl.1ee4 himself. up o* b satisfaction. I notice that. when j
Horn to Mr. and Mrs. K. P. Daon for Altamonte Spring. Joe Nlralt. will\ ensure One gardens, great domestic the branch which gave Hanoook: his Millinery at. reduced or loos'at" Mrs. 1.1 a bottle they com back for

on Sunday, December 7th, 1110:, a..on.Iklrn bad driven their horse and buggy comfort and a substantial welcome chance to pour In 'a charge of buckshot Chandler's.Chesney'5. _, mo. I can honestly rmJ4 it. I L._
there the before-also taking Mr. addition to the appearance of the 'chest and down. 26o. .\"-
day ( right into his box: and bullc goods at 6.1-tl.O P.. .. jf,
Judge and MreJlYiPark.r
to lender's. fine bird dog. t.oWD. 4 fell the bear with a thud which made Ts' m. 'a aiclkiAul4 ..Bmmnimnimiiinifnmnimmmmmnnnimnmmmmfe
on Monday, December Blh, 1 t11u1, J. M. Willson. Jr., has 'sold to th*..ground' ..h.1r'rbe weight of OM A .
\ SHOES Ortt: f LowOPrieSs '
a son. Senator C. A., .C.reooI"ed. -agracefvil Chas. Waldron one of the K. D. Begg animal was en which lvrrgreat ''i..1 glli. In endles sizes and varlFreeh'llne ttp tie Cosgh .Hs".1' e art

Miss Mamie ..QickiaudJher.lster -of-theaUontederacyv compliment! from Invitingtrthr the Daughters Iota south'of' I..(>WD.-_.opposite. f 8.? H.Bullock's << for.a. loridablaokbeun .......y.,,,at-. Stanford's.s-- : : .___ _- ".me Cld.. . '1F'FiP-IF.'v. "..$ Y' RrtPV'''! Y 4"
1- b'tr.. M1'earce, roturued'from Jacksonville \to deliver the address on tbs occasion block, andTh will feulld a. "though- .be. was quite old the skin .Is avery 1 Laxatlv. Bromo 4ululoe curea ,, I
last week.A. house upon it. One one. .. of Candle. Just received cold In one day. No Cure, No Pay.
of Lee's 19, at .
Birthday, January : J. M. Willson, Jr., also negotiated.. Jack Hancock: I. having it tauaedand at City Bakery. cents. .
W: Blrdsqng Jr. has arrived Gainesville. Unfortunately* he was the sale of Mrs. Polly Gilbert1* house a* it Is quite' complete with bead.. Pri Z ----- t tE !! -1,
from I'R'I..o'.pend\ the winter with compelled to decline the honor owingto t.o H. M. ,Plane a few' weeks and : Buy your Chr b"Liquors fromA. ==
ago and claw, it. will make quite--an addition He Found A Care. = '
hit NORTH KLa1MM[[ N.}I''t .
call PMOH1
his the Park Hotel. .previous pressing upon improvements will be made th.... hi .. K.; Bearden. .' .
- to already attractive manu .
Inje. 1 It. H. 318 S. 2d street, Salt '

miniature The Midland accident was on the Monday recipient, when a The All antic Coast Line will put on \the Joe clay Bass. road ha south built of a nice town house on bill on factory. /VA 1 'If you. are looking for. christmas- Lake City''spepsla"I hav been bothered . C. W. GRlNFINfancy =
with\ for
or indigestion
to Stanford's.
low round trip rates for own .. go. .
left the rails and took. to the property.
two oars tl '
C. b.
One and one-third fare to and from N. B. Carson has added a Dal servant . A. L< Millionaire Train FrewChtoago. year: tried' many doctor .
wood. all point east of the Mississippi and house on the lot in the rear of .. .. JQa''t forget. that you can get all without relief, bull have found cure .5
.... Itcv. C.O Jono., of Sa forks, was south of the Potomac and between its residence The Atlantic Coast Line IsVio: .beet VeL&nilllonalre :lads of Firework at; Dann's. In Uerbin I recommend it to all my .
fn town this week. looking after hU point wholly In this State one first- N. C. Bryan Is extensively bnprov- !: .train" between. this. -'Mrs: friends, who are afflicted that wayand I family Groceries; i
Chandler has reduced It i I.
orange crop aud shaking nands with class faro for .the. round trip. Ticketson lOll his house and adding two brick city and Chicago- which twill be a. nil; price curing. them, too, 6Oo at Ol.P.ray.
his numerous friends here.The sale Deo. 23, 24, 25, 30 and SI and bhlmDe,.. fine In equipment and as fast In time on Millinery SpeeUltles.Stanford' .

Knights. of PytlUas gave an an. I, with final limit to Jan..3. U. C. Lee ha made great additionsto a. the famous train by the saint Dam i I. headquarters.. for San It You Cu't Bleep at Night.Jls E C f .7
last Wednesday night. his house and Julius Hyde baa just running over the Atlantic l Coast Line ta. Clan ?
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oyster supper( of Arizona.A : 1
Judge-HoWoma; Smith'Nerve Restorer, lt-1 TS-
About 175 people ""were present, and itws tot.bedpainting it. jrom New York to Florida point. : "X ,WMMM M M W-M V
prominent\ hasP90ea..Judge Major Murphy has mad' : true nerve \tonic. Will cure any case FRESE' (.
a very groat success. great\ mprovemente > The new train will be' placed In ee- Nice assortment of 1I1a4.Ur..PtO''M .
.George' U. Uoloomb of in the house he recently vice by. the Eastern. Illinois ,...; Frames' at J. "W. ' .:. Of Nervous Pr..atJoOI. ; doe.not contain 1wlui
S. B. Aufunan has bought/ a firstclass Arlsona,,who temporarily located in nought,-south of t.he.c fcmrt.House. the first of the year;, and will mike the opium In. any form. Sold by Denver everyday, at-any hour { patronage solicited. Ej
steam. laundry In Tsmpabut. Arcadia some month ago. The Professor Hlnton's\ residence hasbeen ....lp.1'OID Chicago Jacksonville in. f Firecracker! Fire-Crackers! All Osoeola Ph.r&.' S :
that will not affect his place of resiTdenoe Judge 1 operating extensively In the greatly improved inside and out", thirty hour Instead. of thirty-one, :' as, !/resh goods, at Dann's Book Store.\ :.
for his family hero.The and market, and has already figured and the bou..n4. fence .both newly b.reto'o..04 will resell>> Tampa with I The Best ITencnption for Malaria U1UUU1UlilUUUufUU1L1liUWWW1W

big, building, formerly a hotel largely In several extensive ,deals in painted.MlaEmma. .. the same proportionate reduction of, '. All kind of JOB. WORKpromptly. Chills and Fever I I. a bottle ofGroVs's -
of the South Florida. He 1* now handling Morgan' house and time with the new' and fast schedule. and neatly! done at this offloe.
., which I I. the headquarter I Tasteless Chill Tonic. It Is simply .Wr'uurIV'7f'c'u"
United Land Runnymede what is known a* the Kltttmmee I- fence are spotlessly white. with recent AU the equipment to' be used Ube Ur ; Iron and quinine In a tasteless. form. . .. .
is being entirely) reshlogled.MrS. . and tract, where he propose* to start paint and whitewash.. new and 1 I. now In course. of 'Large stock of Toys, Doll, andChinaware Nc cure, No pay. Price OOo. J N.: D. Skrra. F. C.,txx. "I'w..L'D' 4i'
a stock ranch on the Western plan Hotel Klsslmmee/ I undergoing extend struction by the Pullman 0011-1 novelties\, for she Christmas. '

W. W: Hutson returned to St.Augustine He Is *Q favorably impressed withKissimmee's .. alteration with a view to... enlarging Twenty-one. sleepers four:;' baggage' trade at. Guts Brauon's.V1841" . Favorite Family )leredy.. i, .The '.Tampa Monumental W.orks; !s Jf r
last week with her two advantage a* the bead.quarter. > the lobb; and entrance. :' car and four diner will be needed,
children after a visit here of several! of the coming development lEomason's residence has been and the cost will be between 700,000 Roger Silverware. Price Frequently aocldsnt occur In U. '
, weeks with.her- mother, Mrs. Kocfen-. 01 f the cattle.. Industry. that be I iii seriously rashly and neatly painted and improved and l.OOO.OOO. ; ;- way down, at Dann's Book Store. ho.&old. which cause burn, .. D MANUAOTU..O. "
derfer. contemplating locating here and spraloiaDd bruises for in such
s beside It I Ie understood that U was partially ; use I
P. A. Vans Agnew returned from making \this the basis of his opera- J. E. MoaeUy 1 is making'. extensive through the effort*.of the Atlantic Guava Juice In can to make Jelly, 0.Bollard's snow liniment has Marble Granite Monuments
Jacksonville on Sunday: morning accompanied ion.. Hi.*. plan include the eetabithment internal additions to his house and he Coast. Line that the 'new service WATIM A CAJMON GBO. Co. year been constant favorite ,
by Judge George U. Hoi- of spanking house and cold will add porches, etc.. finishing with a will be Inaugurated" on such a palatial family remedy tic, doe and
comb of Arizona, and left again with IIt.or.ap1.n&, to be run In connectionwith rood coat of paint. _Ie,. It. I I. the desire of that com Fthat will pop at Dann's 11.0 at Osceola Pharmacy Headstones and Tablets. "
... .. hi* river stock ranch J..AAnderson' Book Store. .
the Judge for Jacksonville_ night.fflb residence in North now own the Loo.m.ok .
The Judge ha had a life-long ex 1l'1..I__'1._ andergoln nsid____ Nashville. Oysters-Per 605 Harrison Street '
--- E co that the Caicaro Ira Stanford ha line of Chrlt-, Florida:.
Mr. and Mrs H. A. Matthew are a large Tampa, : j
parlance In the stock business out hie internal .
improvements.J. and service should be aa fine a* that your order your Christ- :
invitation\ for the fo
sending out marriage West, chiefly la Arizona and on the M. Willson, Jr. has let the.. contract out of New York. Toe management of rasoldrpreete young. mae with Bass.HmlU's .
of their daughter Ida Vyola, to and.he U also memberof Idiss 0.. .. .
Pacific slope, a for painting Campbell'shouse the Eastern Illinois was not backwardIn I** Sre I..at7.; .
Mr. Guy W. ,Overly, the ceremony the .legal profession having servedon occupied by Dr. Russell to Just .... ' .
agreeing to assist la providing a .I'ed-tl..lct.P1ot.IIN Mould- JUstorcr. .. \
taking XVth.! place on Monday, December the Circuit. Bench In the State. of Julius Hyde. solid vrttlbuledtrain of Pullman. Ing and Mat Board. This. Jtr.U. .' BsMowtee es IMISc Msrkle r.r. ." rdtld

Washington< and having also been The Episcopal church ha been sleepers, a* the travel 1.0. and, front .-_ J. W. THOMP OV .r.0
cure all! case of Nervous Prostration -.A..Ric-rlsc.AuOA..0..iaBc -. ..a,.
said that E. D.
It I I. Judge Begg, Greatyearn general attorney of the fenced In a neat. and durable manner. : Chicago and Intermediate. point* to U i
formerly of Oeoeola county-lately appointed Railroad. The Judge Electric light fixture are to befitted Florida ha. greatly increased..fearing Firecrackers, Roman Candle, Tor-. oaM by 0.0..1. I Nervous a true ,
;judge of the criminal court of1Sscambf.county ha also been a. member of the Legislatures !in the home .
of lire. D. O..x-, the past three year*. The astsrfl 3Uinol edoee. Paper Balloons Ac. at the Vitality! Los of Manhood. It will .
i* proving already of \three of the Western State Mr*. Oliver and Mr. N. C. Bryan. U the only tin giving a Florida tookatora. .or -
'- not only relieve these nervous troublesand gmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimnmK' .
a "terror' to the professional crlmlo.l..b. Ha ha formed a high opinion of Senator C. A. Carson' residence. service which a train
run complete
am brought before him.-Florida South Florida for stock raising purposes ha* 'been enlarged and greatly. Improved out of Chicago and the "..UIIOIIaI...' Book make ale ''present. W* weaknesses but will restore them
to full vigor and manhood.1 Guaranteed J. W.- THOMI SON i <**
Star. and I I. In a position back in comfort and appearance'. train" will be the first. la then Florida have |just received a new lot at Dsnn's E ?
and sold at Osoeola Pharmacy tYoa
The ehang of schedule on the Bug." his Judgment with capital energy and R. D. Fuller has added on to his service out of Chicago to,be'mad up Book Store.'ICE L "
Belt Railroad ,U, causing great dlsatisfaction .. experience." . house and made many improvements of Pullman oar la any. quantity, full weight' Know What Yea Are TakingWhen | and ; ;
.. among' Inhabitants alongthus 1 inside" besides building a barn. Th route which \the train will fob I cent a sale by 1 :
Orange Harvest. The pouD4J-Io. "011' take Grove's'TastelessChill rarJ ftxx r is.
Maynard Lumber ,
line, who think that. at this busy Company low from Chicago I.: Eaaterlllllll. W. B. MAKmaoM,Co,. Tonic because &be .formula U E a.I'
from Klsslmmee have built two house in South Klsslmmee c
season of the year they are entitled to The t.otaT'.blpmeDta' and Evansville aDd Terre Haute to xES. OOJ'
'woI D' a day instead. of one train itself to' date. amount to about and have driven a one flowingartesian Evansvllls; Louisville andNashville W Job Printing1 do..ia city style Klalnly printed on every bottle show- E Qonta ;
& it I I. Iron
rules .' 12,000 boxes and to this may be added well for them.Mr to Atlanta Central. of to Albany limply andQuinine Ladal'ac ulalJobI. : .
which travel by night a* a { ; Georgia at this. omoa., .Iteasonabl price in tasteless No No .
nearly 3,000 from points on \the Sugar' : *. Alford has built a coUag near. ) read Atlantis.. Coast Line to a fO. C. Pay > NICE AND '
Rev. F. E. Shlpp. was called to Belt ratirod. ., th road In North KUslmmee Tampa. -- .__ 8HWIMQORDIM + '-
They Aaetker Oee.:,. .
Tampa by telegram- Sunday to The Water Carson Grocery Com- ourt House has expended much The train will consist of baggage G&LI IT .AILO.'IL. IZ .r
conduct the tuDeral of Miss -Haul have shlr-rd *Vw' AKnn boas* .If..I.1o '......n.II' upon all its pa. -rdu.r.act 11.*' .1..piira-.1MoiD : t -fh*_e* lsnsen- al Manatee-eouaty Ol-A JYE_ .PB MOHN-Ir c ,
| nOIP Ar
Murphy; daughter. of Dr. aWtr.. l a the past week, and \the rush will woodwork. Wares (' other car will be ,have also orgaalsed to protect. tbl' AU the.. T.b E: 11'.I'" _. .o,
O. W.tturpnv. Mr. Shlpp U an old continue for a full week more to nil Mayor Aderhold has had his dwell picked up at various places along \the .a& Interest, and t dnll'Jt rllad.. .1- ruaITUI ,, iI
friend of the family, .and It was \bed71all' the.. order for the Christmas trade. ing-repainted<< and new porches added. line.-Tampa Herald. ..-' w. .la hand DeSoto fail & Or. .11 =. AOBUT FOB THE aiOKOB W.:CLRI cots vOlUliaiT"BuDII., a 'r N'
request of the young, lady. that.: The W. B. Maklnson Company are The steamboat. fleet has spared no t 0 "- ', mature oa each boa, tdaCastle. AND Ia0N

be p..1ICbhe\ funeral sermon. also working early and late.Cspt. expense be..n prepared for It* l1

R. S. Dtokersod l Is"trying; to .inter I Hall steamer Naome- III, onFriday busy winter' run, in lie shape of. paint ,Coughing Spell Cao Sad Death."Harry SailboatTQ .. T.ol. .I r wwwwwuu/ / iililU WWWwi!

est the people of this. town In an effortto brought up about 460 boxes, and machinery Duokwell. aged. t& '.year, ,'; boat. "Sn. This 1 I. not gentle word. -but when :
secure the.bearing. of John C. Chase, mostly for \the W. B. Maklnson Company -,, .M. Tiller'. residence has been thoroughly choked death early\ yesterday roar .aD", I. a& you think bow liable you are not topurobase
a shoemaker, and mayor of Haverhlll.'Mass. from River points.. repaired repainted and papered . leg at his. borne In the presence of his. L'E T '. for IS cent &only remedy ,, ;: > < 9 t. r 'w,

., who Is .a'', labor. lecturer. and On Monday Capt. Clay Johnson, Jr., 1 throughout.A. wife and -child. Be contracted a of all lover ol. -. .. SheBrsVolass universally known remedy that tt -
expounder of social and /economic/ steamer Roseada, brought up about A. Kenner's residence has had anew slight cold a few days ago'< and paid I. la .u'lc. ., with has bad the largest Sale of any ml. \ 1 ;
question.i This. .Isa 'worloh, object 700 boxes from down the River aDd coat. of paint and ha been other\ but little attention 'Yesterday morning _every panul. at the cine in the world -sicor1890 1 f
and should be encouraged.. ,'* on Tuesday went to Fleming's island wise Impro"....- be wag island with\. a fit of coegh-. thoroughly Valley Gazette office..r cure and treatment of Consumption MAYNARD LUMBER Go.
grove and returned with HU boxes A. S. Gilbert has added new porchesto which continued for aome:time. hel..c.APpI1' and Throat and Lung Wbl wig,
-,. To the Teachers of Osoeola"County. i iIncompliance and on Wednesday she.. fetched 1_ and otherwise improved., his resi Ills wife ant for a physician but .be loosing Iw great ppl.rl'I{

with ,8 o. ,,3Chapter41W2 boxes from the Lee, Katz Hay low and dence. for be could arrive, another 'coughing I, Notice year, you will b { ell iP
--.. \ Law of Florida, you will please Poor Farm, groves.' oth.-., these A large houseboat has been 1 built spell cam*on and, Pockwell I died attention oeb'. Saw arid ; f' t
close your school, for the Christmas lake trip were for'-the Water. *. Carson .- for J. M. McOaw of Pittsburg, Pa., from "ffooa&loD.-&t.. Louis. GlobeDemoorat .. "; Sour There are somany ordinary
holidays, not later. than the eveningof Cqmpeny. by local halat.Several ., Dee.. 1, 1SOU" Ballard'. To. my. Fld and PtGI I II . cough remedies by druggists Planing.1il '
Dee. Z3rd and open them again not !Grow oN brought by the.. stamen new and smart sailboat Horebound Syrup would, have saved I"ed a and other that .m. and good Now In operation. ; 'T '

earlier than the morning of January. many. loads of oranges are being hen been put Into\ _...IoD. pInn. ZIIo, 60.;hand $1.0..* at.,.Osoeola of Wh..k.., Wine, Gin Beer M for light cold b'for severe e Y.Uowand Pitch Pin*. ad .
the tad. W. B.. $TOH. Supt. hauled from the country grove Orlffls and Godwin have opened up Pheo,.' ': ;;. ? for Cbr..t.*. wad.and. can Colllh.. : ; --and es. Lumb .1 KI. :
' around house s new store recently. money > your or.a& consueeptlonwbere there ..Is : t
Howard Katx, who ..peIM. to 'take to UM:packing every grocery {you of ths
soientlflo engineering a* a profession d.1 OV'! ,.- .. -'- Th* Klsslmmee I Crate. Manufactory. Arrested !IS .fc* a better specialty Jug difficult. expectoration. and coughing 'OE" "'

up I. .making.. the Stale: Agricultural ?8o..t.jpe the raw; .U In aitlve operation and .Is. a fine The .last. arrest. that W.. Ji Carter. III that line this prepared year than to ever. 'Oi... during' the night and Irolop. there MAYNARD.:, LUMBER 'NCO. i
I DeW aoqnMtion to the town. Msr.balhappeged 'I is nothing like
mad United State
under killed supervision a* Deputy 87p.
College :
aa electric fan and a.cas< engine f'tb.'county of De Soto may be proudof Mr.. J. W. i Long, of Orlando, has week before lat atlomokalee. .My .tk.J complete. A.In E.every BBAKDEM.IT partlclar. by,all druggist. In the world. .

which he will bring back with him to .her success la proving to-the Stale started a millinery store in the Flem! .In th* heart of the 'Glade and ._Q.; O. GREEN, Woodbury,. N._J. '
water Into a tank. at home for her ability to use to the bestadvan- lair building; near Bishop Ora7'.mleeioo He arrested . o' .
pump YII
domestic a_. tage the great natural resource with. Much good business I* rolling la Fred Wilkinson and John Bar. YOU 'SEND 'TOOK: CHILD e> h 4t l'
in her border Th winning of \threeflrst through the medium of the turpentineand ....... for making whiskey. aDd aelllng :
3r- S. B. Aultmaa, the well-known capitalist prixes, amounting to (ISO in cashpremiums catfish Industries. U to \the Indian, which wa the. prfane to with 'pcMcriptloB, yxmcaa' 4T ,
. of Klsslmmee. added another. to for the beet. horticultural All this tends to show that carpenters cause wherein a half-bloodo.groHem- I
hi. numerous. Tampa investments yesterday exhibit, the beet-pineapples grown' under and painter are very busy: and inol killed a full blooded Seminole UI will receive*tame TkU- sl./sr.jeeeever/kef us tk* a s.i. rr
1 by purchasing the plant and a shed, and -tb* best vegetables" that thousands of dollar are continually there a few week .,.0.> Mr. Carter. r that .would Laxative pliemyrBAKERY
business 1 of thsr .Whit.* Star Laundry' was a distinct triumph.. Beside these being spent .here In building. and bavfng resigned his office, I fa going. to I. I 1..
-; from L. 0.'Conklinwho. -has been I... she won three separate top of turd.User improvements_of property.: his place at St. Lode, on .the\ ,Last ran cane) yxmnelf. . D > .J
owner and manager.' Mr.Aultman offered by fertiliser companies, Coast near Fort Pierce.McKe. hew [ We
will conduct the business, securing the for best exhibit of .grapefruit. and'< or- I b.' _
r most competent and experienced. help The Lee Parsons Cattle C-r.:: : In cs1 the i _; _
<<: available., Be..U a heavy' investor In "osoeola naturally look a deep Interest' Within the last. few day step .... .. liable'dnir b p i Insurance.
' "" and"a> aatat. !In her venture, .from our near bave been taken with a view 1 to foravng Oo.. W. -Hopkins'who owes 118o I 'lb.t Fancy fl-F A Z 4I
bold In this. vicinity and Tampa, :proximity '. and 'close .equality. of a corporation"under the name 000 acre of land in Oeoeola. and :Bre- k.> Our stock .I '
welcome every 1 Increase In his holdIngs 'climate and soil. sad given \the same .above. The capital of the -P.D7 yard counties.. -. which Include -the\ "" Real Sstata, Cream Full-
la this city..-Tampa Tribune. enterprise among her citlxen. we .see wUl be 15,000, Ally paid op before famous. Ocean Prairie range, ha .b' r/ Ad
no reason why Osoeola, another year, the charter. .If granted: hi hundred notified all owner of cattle BOW grasing : Phonlx Co8 fL1uo .
R, B. Ravage returned'on'Mpda7 dollar shoes. and the offloer will be upon his land within -hi fesMee o'Ladoa ,
'should not do aa wall. J API tII tk a
from his. Una grove on hU place which + a* follow: Was. C. Parsons, President that be will in. future charge the tf OCV .PO'R G.1 .t'Pouud -sot K .
New York.
Is thlrl,-..* mile by road east of f. -. .. *. Lee for paetorage. .. : .,
Tke iwpfwre John M. Vkoe-Prealdent NorthAmerica'. -
i., ) ueistband I PLASTER. Insurance Co., of c.11
Nareooese. team for to the baa purpose his orange of -crop gettingseer. to :'The.'result. of the\ 'appointment cl and'.Treasurer, and .. H. Balloek, I and }'a keeping Io3obQ. .hi.* fences, i .. Phoenix of Brooklyn,, Sri} :;; Crackers r
be ha
shoes .
Mr. ParaoDBre.' M I same under j. A '
additional of th* Supreme Senretary. a P. Royal 1 Exchange. + .
three stY -
the.Svrar Belt terminus. aft Naroooeeee. ,Court by Governor JenningsIs well-known. Bam* In AAi loon and the.. tenet, this will i apply. .togt at OSNnt.' TH OIY ./ 1.'j 1.

.r eee.hint 1600 boxes crop, which will) probably will mean' much yield that-the oour"DOW consists of two entire West a* 'a min... Ing: and caul many' .head- of........'/ actin .t'w' 4imi Gttf'.idi.Lt i --- -, St. ''Fire and Marine.Cltt..e : . -

division,which wlU work separately, man and be own son-large block "' of Missouri .
'. Hauling over bad roads.He asysthat of land the .couth of. Lake .', ._ . nonce ., ,1 1iAs UT4 sdst.rara.itar In A : py '
'. Visited. except when combination needed to to \ .Georgia < : .W' ,
last Friday hi*'C"" was .'.decision."JusOoe . pokall tad also on 1 Lab = B Usse- Is generally. ef WeHHI HO-I ;NICE'' J' '
...... aome complicated y / lthe'skin r l New j
by a,, most destructive wind stortn The akme of \the I' 4 days In advanee .esgu.foe, MUA feAfir/,0 ")or 1"1 ,which strewed the ground with fruit. Chief : Taylor .an* Justices ne* nmt ) or . tL'IUS B S > t >/ : ? w, / '- .
i and broken breaches, causing a lose Mabry. and Bbaokfcfor* compose one of the. company ensure Ita luoeees,, and y;ylahld771u I"" MJlcStfISl.. .: r 4' M.'WILLBON 0 ;. .1 ,
Kisslmmee la to } the head* do .
takes division and rJ.*tlo* 'NCarteri with lucky: being .ho to : '{
1 estimated meet at MO boxes, which th.. bad be M\\ usttoe. *. Oookrell 'ajd'i Max well.;,..the aartara'tff of a such, a. certain. .and..fretrats week. 9r.. :. I .j rl .. : 'r. I. .f''t' , . ( ,
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.4, '. .j ' J'i ; 'O { i did his share of what yon"calf?that "dir 1 doe not deserve such treatment" and '

I' : F: ... EH9t1Sgnpt- ", ". : .. !T.f>disgusting t .work/ Remenbgrtoo,i J _o ctsb's'kft will 'surely tbebeearre.olsiahut1 live to regret-it",, ",J: ; , n Kilt-11 .Pln'nlilif 1'f' 4

1 Ai' W : Bel t-n: 1'et'by'that ,_ "to !! -P.-5 .

'. W Cruelty '.t Weawtaia; rJa.'V .. < .. ) I. ; (hlgbly'lmroved4arm _,r i trol ete ! ,

.' ot;\. .If"Uusually: "heldt\\ wc-men art .. .roilei from county said Antit Elsie, witl, eyea.''! by any (favors or visit-. ,: la. '. tA8.1D ti

\ primarily, responsible tor tha indiscriminate tc... "' 'ctnto. Gently it'it only I a wliitn, fuhln.''wear It. I ?4.ec4itb,4 r -4Aihttota'tfotlead ,. ,%.. .;4 .. \ ..' .: S .

slaughter of birds and not without .1 . .bosse. > trf if.70* ts>.:oppoce .:- .th4unusual tender- .
f ,without reason, alt-hough 'as-a cenera ..*, t, $ buildingTcrmi! ',"0- kl' if it Is Settled e..dete bt oca* with which*she wek tiim'' theoflowing ZDJ T, AXAEir. It;s TRIED AND .CROPriEa7I D
..sinned, TIME
thing women Are more M' apply to could desire nothing the boy ( Sunday;- the rea stOf( Ohleasro) .
t than :Su 'cMs" patucnlar. It I.f iaa l| bel1e sonofut. ,f -
oini Middleron.Farmdale' .
J. H. In either I '
.ilain. c. him
I case limi.r to whiskey drink- (I thould le have ".- t.atsof tb..
III. hit ; tim 1.No
.u own Way t a at Mto' ei

c' .,,1.'. ingif there there-were would tsere no be1ea.ot dealer] ', x in> ulo-keepl.bird and; their ....4.... ' I II. ( mi"t do the" sid advertisement Mra Mer ton barm.witl'*., ,He co.ha never to him done at F.rer, lb Bol *.awi.turpi.I.:, .Imelhinl .ae say'pUase which, lUiYar"\ :. fc4. ,t. .l't.' GROVE. "GARDENSFIELD,: .. W

I. I. .
I plumage; fashion wo-Jd feather not ao hould continually be- .eO j jur .j *make; inquiries.pi 1 anyway. bus work,f'and.a tl..f. .f"Tell it may il you."Wht, is I it Aun tlsie? Smbiat f ; '": DI J D' I IW h) If you sun* raising Tomatoes Tfiigpl "' UaUry. .tea-wbs.ywu) ,'laHtaee s.
that ) a.1 li.I..dl, Jim .
decro. thi atn": < You '.Cabbage w e>caa supply you m fortUlaver' mad SpeCIally for, taiens that tsar
continually1 later, me evening He "
,. worn women were not o _1"- ) /a eye.merry ; been thoroughly teeted. Our sluice P nre No.'1 baa the> beet fruit .
'S prwdndjat
sunshine wherever. evert If
know I hi you are
tempted 'b' the f faic-rtal'ing' array of Mr. ant friend. and/:will I 'be .
t feathemriu, the millinery stores, Cure.' | 1 ; .. him.' : lieve talk freely with mo about i it" >s rainiart pichfork..p.d.. .a shovels anto d record of any fertiliser sold In the state We) have bad 23 ream praeOoaJ .xswr--
1 .i.ure.
they I i Mi out of tHee and baY.8peot Door tlnm and mo neyj la crop cuperlmaaUng tbat all tatnaanfacturers .
I t.. 'would never think of lflmtingon wtr. ,t.i. $ tbi .thirty .ct. fr .',Wibr..r.tu., his auntVaffection of the dor.b ald.rain wa"coming 'out. "Corn. OL; branpotato ,wid fe lnthe state. Beaidee ..p lal braD4.IIPICI rrops ". eau
V ing them. In such inanimate forms. ,.. < *' !til. it 1 luJ me..u..You can always;Thave down in wbr'the ser sack palmetto berries,, AlOa r, In stock all'kinds or VBlbTlX.l'EIN O UATICIUA*! AND CMIDMWAL&
V . the/Vepresent to the masses Just pretty 1. | | \(: r JIit lik*_10 many 1m. Mtisfactloa'iri talking wit Aunt fllt ia torrent Oucea's J"J.dll,root.Write .1 ...W..w1IIteII1'M deauera .,'put.ttae.411a&UJI..I'LatsuIa within
orrumisnUwitliout Thought of thej on paper?".' Ehi.. b aaid. "Shet. try -to (since.haa.forwent,Deea k"pln..1 I.'I.'I ,," ".. ,"or. the recta of growers, a- fact Uoy .ul d beej la mind wbeo .s.rtacW.4III, _
innocent l lives, sacrificed to obtain r. ; -If i' realty a jpreaent o-with ''a knockdOwn argument ' li nO **"TIIPAMhRICANlHPP'Cfl.:' " S AMUONIATUDlHulptaaus M1aCELL.&NMOO5, : -
: scruple / am much pleased th.
without at
buy .
at them. "S-.he .1 bargain (or some one. ,Just because her and your ,
-gw-_ o' a ) 'colcience. and the C ; ,. and all own don't quiteagree..*!' way YOI b"ken hold of the work -Jaeb.owwthe. Via Ajomonl Salt _, ..
*. would regard you1 with four will be Nitrate tSod v LJme -
"Vou'.n up
know just in tb frt -
..realer.Umb.r.ollnnent i you called them qel o, .1 repair.It i I. the Who old cook's -hocolat cake tin ice (ample of"J-e: and- Ihaveeplan 1 '- Dried Blood. .' Oa* U. ,, .,
Crlo. r.m. lltgh tirade BVsod and Hob*, Copperaa
c ,There is to youwill like to carry out.l'7have .
or "
Wilbur remarked'
hard'he.rcd. In : *-nt t of the lady The help. '
| Ilt Uleod and Booe. BIas BttaM ?
thebird the :
/ on : wanted J s ,
'died'. entered her'TCsy -"fitting-1 ''roomthat JOD .unt"pl.cel ' ...
'and .-bjrd..I the ibush they : 'iha.tlme'ago but 1 Bone ; Caaette Soda, sTaiskage.
hat * -- - not purchased
four son ..* in evening. bve b..e ,
simply never think of them (n the I did, wantto-iivf, on it .. l nd I'laster. i.; '
ia one left to run the mi ta be cream Ind ; .ne Bright Cottoo Ped.Steel.. 'I. Wltale Oil '
ao.p .
And so they con.tinue tau'ra'ea > ,,, '
category. knew of .whom .1 I cared
same wi no n to ,
c and wear.the birds :, ate gointo Cell,,and a'scolding afterwards*, ; "; .' .a.8a.t.oly ., 4. Dark Cotton Heed ... 1", : Orooud Ooppecaa -
to. buy with_wb would ,lso take '
t jr feather'ornament until public tire : \ city Cheao.'too," only I'll't-be: a* loflg disposing orU f: Castor Pomac BI'.al blda$ Carbon.Oyatvr . ,.

;! ,.( torolher' i thoroughly) aroused against these ;' ( farm.or 'l,8Ou for'farm a* possible. ut no, there's a charge .. the place and! mae .1.i aprotsbl. 1 'BBmal. SbeUa for Poultry. .'

\ cru.1 fashion. This will require hundred d in-,blueeenehy"Y; \' are the Carlton invament, _. .pc a Paris Green and tnaecUcllcx' ..,
: .
fear .
.; lefture '
< time' and education and continual effort payment, ,JBes ) a Muriate !,
( sar me to-night rWell, I 'have hadso IAunt"EI'let" r" ,- TOB., ado llATBBIAUli
The Audu- -
1 on'the part; of bird Jovr. "Don't I I r qt'iIA'CQJE'TS High _. J "
bon' Society Is 'nble work in ,she -- v many of them-latety,, I Len afford take interrupt. me it please.. first.of f .ha :"., lxW) Grade Potaab Cut Toltacco'8teanau ' "
'..this direction but it needs all the help work i vitt '.kL W'do..withoutUjr Jorj>tu?; a 1u.'.*,heailded.wUh d. JU\e. Kalnlt .No. .| flivund ''. -
With take
your permission *- .
.. "il friend can give. The evi effects a ; I you.go .,* .,aLtpwuQn.Ljaltandsotpeface. ( senslon-'of you mr thetame 'You po Canada DardwoedPHO8PBOTU1O AIlbIllJ. Kuw.Qruuod Tobaecev- -
know '
alcohol are now taught all the 2. the Baled Tobwcoo l. .
hioohs:.let us hope that a' similar study ble I 1-. it1' '"'''"' '-*> eanrr" fflir'r-d6--waiir"to talk wiH live'and..there with ..acin. lonely protector J'4' A011)81' Oojtree around Tobacctx.All .

lr', lad to the evils of the deatruc- __ .. : to you.a little alx>qt(lhi ',ftew, idea of auntie.compnloa 't ) the same DICs lvd Bone .' guaranteed oolwactird aad te _
of be adopted also. Bird thinking yours., ,,Il it just a sudden whim ole ;
-, .may But you are not tbt ate now'recelvlng.from Mr: ; Acid P'boeph.ta.a.11, tbelr.f Ttlllalng' and. JaaectleMe
i j. studies art very fascinating to'children The .70U r ..4 if will go a* quickly a> itl|crt,' or i i you of Doolved Hone Black. PI'OIIWttK. J ,. .f' SI.
be made aid greatly in edu- I K.TlAe U ti* < thai $t rouhave BolO unti* o'pJt. worthy ,
and can to I have len .. tu > K ; upon ) .m.n. hic-i '
eating public opinion against such cru ing after rome hough? I do not wish todiscourage < a ( E. .QJf.airiter: : pertiliztsrJACKSONVI VCU.-
) and his do -
farmer. to -
city as is necessarily'exercised to procure [ no qu.lion. and I'll youWilbur.., I believe thatg a practical wife .. - - "M.,
' bird //or- their plumsge At ,*.'' I, have done thing : man shduiitpernsitted4ocboos tb-r\buthtl.ce. L'L'E. FLA.: :
:f 4, '. S< n y.. (I hfl bwn life'work.; But. yo'u arc justnow. wit th nee. --- .
'el..tbolh 'learn all him .
A y.. B.w. Request. entirelydependent father yon youcan .( ', : -
upon your .
- unwl. t..e helping him when he wishes t.'and a. ..J:,'
I h.ve_ to regret any of Iny bupi- ; you know how bitterly, opposed : '
neveLcncouatre111 ,
travel ance Call to proposed course, 10' as ,O are capable'f f aMuming it. Grafted and Budded Pecans
4 er yet. for at .two, your your peopleare. ''
thanrin Flppda home SiL._ meIt ? .. m' You know how earnestly they de IshaU give.the entire manageirient of .T. Oat.a'ti.a. .. .
methodical home The toantrie the farm into your hand If later: on y9U Cb..T.bl_ .' .. -
kept sire' that choose
scheme she has -in her I you some -
prof..ion .
waysjoy to look at. When 1 receivcloset tVcei Middleton "to tiimsel. ..They. 'Jare so proud of you, ld--hop. should wish'to buy the place j>nd make. i II MA" 1ROMI ; .,'/{. have neveral thousand flne o'&e and two year old grafted and budded) '

and dining room set Here al- car f her driving awnj-1 birbin4l i so .ranch Hf/r/ yoX is't| >wise to anger your home,'.I.will sell it to, ou. But Thf Fresh' Ripe-'Fruit" of FigS |leans of the eholcexit large thin ethell .varletlea. lAIr.-t,..,.. Boeats4oakpf

ed this request from a younl btginner est Such a tiny wo-: thtm"t".go against theirs'wishetunless ; until then, a* long a. you can content ., Palmetto- -theee valuoele treea ever offered to the public. ( .

: in hou.ekeCln.I wa t.1 hel some ot feettsLl-face you are sure 'you arc and yourself thee Aunt Elsie's home pl d Cabbage -

., e.i ) Shi saId u.inJ ; much. binder- than a 1 will not' regret it .flerw ricb.| .' be yours strikeyout"'Oh my de.boyHosVeii"' 1 my. DO ", T; CIUPB.V: e- Orapges, .. Pomelos' .Kumquats
the way In which her I|. ; -and"smart.-..I 'Auat.Ji.lss.-.d4dyms.v.e-.ST 'anyone Cum Drnwpris. fiudi5rsstlcs, C. uiIpsttOt.
f grandmother before her cleaned llheiri'that to .In.a Aunt EIsiet"he cried, tear Ws.k OVER: 125& THOUSAND budded tni." ..ari.'tls'on
make butter out of spring osee' r llillioiM Cpl.MK* CVMIMIBI Cl All leading
It was a serious hard task a* they waa w.le. of gratitude a his eye. can I .. Watar, Coatad TaocM -
K. SoUr and 8wee Orange,; FLOEIDX HOUGH LEMON TRirOUATAetpoka.
called and
four Mr ,Mtddlelol :.,pr"r91 M.'Q" asparagus ? How 'I for all' 0 Loathiae of Food Ce..* _
can thank
? cleaned piece by piece and thia-ia true and t (Mra. plants say n. & Bowala. JaaaitvKnotty, ., TWENTY-FIVH varieties! fruiting la the ewreery row come and
in the busy lifeof( the women of the ) and after a Mere.ith' "Ofcourse you.ridkuloua boy. or kindness tome' ? I'don', detecvit. :0'"l.'i. IwaJRaiaa Stool.| Bi|. Sits-them.. '- . _'. .
I '
ten no. . ... Bad "" ? S
nineter centuf time la to precious Iby Conplaxloa: OompMe'stock of P ech .Peer, Persimmon.-Pla. Mulberry Geaps.Ornamental ,
long .country roa4<| with .n W.t a question- _. t.i MaMht N.
such In "J-et be the as to .u
me Judge what you
'. hour taWaeht tree, -,TWBNTTf. In
\ work of wood on eithe either of these unlikely thing (0.11. Bow.l.i Add 'I etc.- eras closely pleated R08J11..NUfBIDBY.
., her day they had plenty'of cok. is"Wel.. : deserve,. Will you do as Iish de.r' calm aaomoa sew$ CM ChnMM t>ya| 170 ..rle... Oorreepondeaee Catalogue ,
of Carlton farm aolloltedv
and wa.h-women-.. yet it was con tree: n sight tobappenasjbauheycould : :;'"End ed I* blessed .h.. evasyshins dlaasraMl H.I.", \ .

tidrred anfait noblesse' oblige'etc.1 for of country, homes would mk a 'good lawye I I cannot thank you sal ought W. 'indlp.siion.t. . Old; Chronic ESI..Iam."t., 'e.,.,..
a Housewife to clean her>own silver will with the beauty of the out q 7t hop'' ;.phew. It is sot auntie, ..Words,fail 1 me. Buto shall tarodc.COSSII5OSIOS; sad EtatuIssussad THE GRIFFINc1TROTHERSCC
a large lwo-.tor in Auntie. I dop'twsiit : mitmet
and such rubbing and scrubbing we 1 e. b have
never to this. "lFt ,
a the road slight! to failure. butt I "aol regret %. f' <'T"- bsiuibr FLbihDr '. 4
from on a really sues : .
had to go through with now kaow- lmbl. "I am Wilbur. But May old . fmbi. JACKSONVILLL '' '
I edge is made to take the pl.c ;and was approached!; restful msn. \I hate $the very idea bf'l says dinner'is ready and she won't like . o Si..sg4s L.I Imp.urmsStmrh -_- :
bor' In the intelligent.bomtheld. ,Instead with fine.Urge shade tree studying or pr.cicin.eitherlaw it if.we don't' do full justice to Msuhood sod sAstt.Bsl.ous S -
of whose branches nice medicine, and I should lailutterly'lr ia ssd Astt-tI.lwiai
of polishing each piece ; peeally apple-dumplings Curs. russo. tor poor ipoMlM:(
- --- as TftVctively in a-few attd-- -.buful|- -.rhw.y-f Undertook either. On I he made special gasio.i. :. stomach ead ATLANTICC'GASTLINETheCreit
with the other hand while I said fo your bnelt" w'CI.o.' ..L '
minutes. After each mel the silver one never anything .. there ever such ?. 1 c.1oOMoT.blYI
a Used .uch dessert f house which had jus about if,:1 have alway* Intended to I .
daily aa teaspoons the b-wasn't extra knives and forks butter knives, etc., forte a farmer. It' is no sudden notion g h m.oJ.ChnitiM S
should put in a pan kept for the' fruit : up. a boy camou a settled purpose, and has been' f. wful bad on.b.dI1 .pied. I men" ..,.._. Uvar CploI.1 .. Through Cal Line. from Florida.
I Ii* appetite at anyrate.andtbey..bqfJh lablrta al b dlih( tka mtrta m4I .
and hot poured overr.tbam'10'ihcla'Uble.pnfut tree* ; Mr several Careles,1ndifferentaslinsfhaveieemed .101 _
purpose w.le "lr ofthe_ horse urL did I 4 to 11 Tahlata altar aa-* aiaaLrxori. .
'r : : ofj>e.r- fen ;: ""at the" 'dornd 1'hsver btfen t. to amplejustic. --"'-' -- ;PO/V/VE jpT/p AS.To .
Mary excellent .dinner.The .
the silver I for admittance Mr*. ing all I could about farming for thpast a 5- .. .. . '
first .of June quickly : -- --
e brlakly 'then take out while hot and 1 came -aru -= "
took in the ex two years-that -k can learn "
eye Jan friend were soon settled in their TH Pt!'If F.ntract Which wa In AFCO.UK
soft linea cloth and often our
lay O a or cotton of the place the well simply from reading. I actual experience I IS, ."TIM riraaaM' CalhanUa.' "
i new aoaaaaJroa '.
rub and polish bright with a chamoiaakiifc The and and J it. Madearrangements hoe h. I.e Erat'-.ham Ii Is
growing get 1'
HeveV rub silver with flannel or : i of satisfaction.. inle. Bolton today G"et-.e the surprise the Ashton rocau tad. tha paopla :loW:' Over its own rails to- Savannah Charleston,'
fi1 fsmily'when learned of.Mn. MM, altahled lo dupiicnta. Taa Ealraol4a EastTo
.. | ootton cloths Unused silver should b Mr. to f for him month, and they n tha who It
soon opened tnvatly bf lurks aataaai Richmond and Washington thence via the
worl Meredith'
Tbe laid away in- tissue Paled the woman of.)about longer ia pleased with my f inve.tmtnt very kiRhlr for Its 55.1.. .aallliaa.tta! The ,
,; will Jeok like real ) work of( thing Elsie ttrvda alala ta whlabti '
ware crazy .
thus. .iver wahed and after few minutes talk 'in1onday. ha.Well done this take the cake," exclaimed ov.1-m., by r..r., 'pratt olHHI S ,Pennsylvania R. R. -" '
S.H.I1. stand fam. Mr. Carlton called "You are really In earnest then and her sister. I'abhasa ralnwttoirauaacQK .

. a at showed them over the Mean to stick to (farming "I 1 might known she Aunt.T-ro HDIT.Tba '
." expressed her. "Aunt Elsie." he solemnly. h.v wouldm.k ('.b... l'alm. PintS which' .
T&pim I replied a fool of that boy, said her tu> wa ana ;
.I. Ql.he \uwh.nd. ',. I.t."I'S.' ."'I I lia 1.1ra. Calhantea,". '
with it. j. -May the grasshoppers and bug The Louisville & 'I
: Molded "a1/c-Fruit.-Lt> one \ I palo / "WOI't we have nice times at 'ia ._ ... lit aim Satniaola Indiana 'JashviI1eviaMontgomery
half cupful canut .- the to the house Mr. I eat up all ) and .. the farm" cried Mabel .U.L '.;, l.a the KvaraUaaa) WTI'T
; ** Its one pint of fresh for fifteen ed. true hospitality all have the croJ if I don't sad it ,.5 pa title irt r .... '*. araIbr .
wait till arcinvited.. Mab.
country) "B.te we .._. 50.5,0... IBO trait is The'Mobire'A Ohio R. R. via.
trfeiw Montgomery
tminutes then add another cupfulof t supper, to. tick ''to farming a* tight a* wool 'to .a younger brother Harry. > It 4. vtf* to AHiulrraot oenala, abjaatiotiattlc 1 .
milk. three fourths of a cupful ol( did ample Ju.tic .bee bck" indeed, none shall ever go 44iiafiiira: o( 'i liv .triiah Fit RjrtraetTb _,_' __ ; IIE

sugar' a. generous one half cupful of the ; to buy the farm "How: .but our father, Wilbur near-'. the' place,of'7 Mr, Ashtonsternly. "1'>I Iwra t.mhnaii| | >ant >(n'..ol..tin..''*. tw..,......AFCULKTS the satan 'dceat'Stesmship'ork,1'b.ila4etohiL .
Via Savinnah and .for..Ntwr
tapioca.that has "been soaked for several dogs for the price named. Will, he carry out his threat and And ..KIM plaaMint. laBallv. .. cathartia or .. Comprny .
hours (over night is not too .w's. Middleton. during the herit you? I can hardly believe he will. They.were spared the trouble of ....* that can Jtv had Boston. ,
:."Put it all on a stove of moderate lona ing 1 I. the latt-of f April but if he does, lad. how about yourself? fusingftn invitation none came, althouglt visit! h 10 Made n ami.1011..air l "i'i'> E I Via Norfolk Steamer its Hew York. Washington". and

and let it cook slowly until the tploc But possession June 1st. You You have been accustomed to idleness. Aunt EIsie/7*wr to it that there The- Baltimore,' : ,; .. ; , 'JX.iV' i:., .., _'.","',>-ft'";.,. S
: is clear and transparent. After and You cannot ? \ / -
. j transfer of the every luxury. manageon nqVomplaint nf 'Afco Chemical CO'
1L cupvin cold water drain them and prop your wages.I . ,' .' was onelae.or monotony. Via Savannah and:Merchants &.M mera //Transportation

I |place fruit"in' them in tome fancy shapepa the said tbatd.te."It i ii haveiilsck Beauty I can tell him arid frequently-Wllb n.itin., many")of. farmwhere h.rfri..s. 'JACKSOaltt..LA.-,, '" , 'J. I}.,:;.' > r Company ,for, Baltimore..1d.rtail.tlelph ;J.".
heart, star or anchor Pour the bil un- if '
f the
worst comes. ,
'. tapioca verjr carefully over this fruit. riaky--but if sue "Sell Black Ueauty! 1 I know? mud i trey, had/ music, dancing. and : 'uother than the :wealthy Miss Harris 1 .T- "K T,p \" rn "'

.. Fsettawayt to, cool, and when desired fast. regret it, and if I in earnest could you with many fortns of entertainment which are contrary to her ,friends' predictions Via PeninsularOccidental1 '..
# .- there will be b i you even part possible oqlyjjj/th I farm home. AND .
' turn out into individual .uce- i.he., roots no money favorite horse Well, God Teir'I'n excellent farmer wife, AunttiswLgpyosa4..4if ,
and with reat-w all make mil )011 bes most frequent visitors were'the and '
.aerve whipped cream. there dea,. 1 wHI-aneceed f. her.nephew, .- HAVANA I Steamship Company
) L
yon Horni'and their niece 'who seemed
"op / not .
Custard-One of milk the something knowing,that the. money be had spentIn ,
quart I believe I
. Talio. yuu' expectalways to the of Wilbur Ashton \ .
: of soaked drained aa av..lbat-y.! proud of wilt averse to society the purchase of his mother' home.had ' '
.ne b my w Wilbur Do..tdiappint'm. farmer. The days were busy ones, and )IU.KAI1K TICXKT8.Iklerchsingeable .
tapioca should be placed double the glanced at the been intended f for"a last payment
,c boiler and cok.d until the tapioca Is wi of the woman beside rm.mber! thatj'our. "" ,'the denln. spent in Aunt Elsie' on'the' farm her- wedding gift to the milage* tickets p&a over 13.OOO mllee of among the principal .

e( \ transparent) then add one cupful of sugar i : "Wonder what she's "I 1 believe that your.friend' the weredevoted, to pl.nnin.I young couple wa* a'deed to the place.: railroads In tbe southern tetea, 'e.' on mile by the firliiolpail agents

and the yolks of three..wellbeatenCKR they her plan n, I'll dearest little' in th you are Improvements or nalnl the 1, During their absence on their wed. For reservations and Informatlun apply to AgeMa Atlantic Coast "ulna.

., .** Let it cook a few minule.favor to a one. She's always 'Good-night.woman" *.world besides. rcullurl and apr, for which ding' tour, Mr*. Meredith bad a long er writ.' .

._ I desired and turn a have some one. Succeeds ..ubarbd A lOn. faith talk 'with her sister;and succeeded in Jl'RAN. O. BOTL8TOK. ComH AgU W, D. BTAKK Tray P aa..Agt.
1i, Cover the ." .There was a., in (fully, with abundanttroll Klofk, Jacksonville, Florida. ,
t top with the white of the times And he was riant. overcoming her reluctance to visit the IBM hVest flay ft- Astor
egg beaten' to a stiff froth with one shape ; ; young Mr. Meredith the young mans ee quivered for which he found good mar farm and the constraint which existed I T. U. EUB118OKTrarllo U. M. K.MKHSON.Asait. W. J. CRAICT.Uen.

tablespoonful of .UI.r. and dot with with wealthy merchant who as he let the house. "If J ever ket'' He now assumed the m.n.emeD between her,and Wilbur. I 51as.get.l Treffle Vgr. Peas. -agt.
-- of'jelly or chard. killed do amount it will be because of-the farm, although Farmer Clayton '
bit frit. in a railway ac- .n'thin. There was a family reunion when 'the WILMINGTON X. ,
Tapioca. Blanc-mange-On. cupful of b. we.lh attractive left of her 1nlcret in'', nwwillmake and hie wifer still retained,. Mr*. happy couple returned.. I I :-
) 1 I "
something Sheshall -
I tapioca should be
soaked two hour its i received-many, of Meredithwat 'passlonatety'fond of Two later a son and heir was .
l I ft in two cupfuls of milk, then boileduntil but refused them all. never have, reason to be ashamedof rose and her rose garden'waa greatly born to them. The ounl.ter'reJolcel'' '
it is tender. when pinch of alt ,to others, me, or regret her kindness,"..he said, admired by all'who taw It. The friendship Wilbur-Meredith, I i seTh. *
In the nameof Ashtonand
be helpin. as he entered the home which c.s, .p rt klMTIHt
I must added with enough sugar to the nt was a between Ashton and Miss Harris ,
suit-the-taste. stir o bu.lne. to be no longer home him."Plucky his father says he .is tnakfa atMbis aw.Hta.,
; well and pour into rmount wisdom and lon had ripened into love ,and ,rumors '
Mm lIa
G farmer of .olne. ,
a mold. When with boy! Hia-grandfather
cold serve whipped I caused her over a wedding'jn the| future,
en per "If he doesn't decide to be somethingelse
b ! and jelly rain again! thought his aunt as the closedthe
afloat. .
i "
.ae' : onea ? in AuntElsie, with, a twinkle !
B.rtet Simmons In' f 'was greatly troubled door after watching him till he was ,Two year* had pissed since Carlton puts ', EOSMs.

., ".; -, ----.. Wilbur Ashton out of sight. "He baa more sense than farm became their home w"en one ; In her eyes Co IAIIWAT.ta .
all the rest of them. Stealing from them alt she en-
countryneeds away
home city
from T
day came
I The 1 U"a. But ( re'lrn'ed' either colege. good farmers more it needs lokin..ctr.wm.'* fm ,. . tell the- library, and a* she sits there

to be .Iu either dotor or lawyer Tbe ,wok "What is asked Aunt thinking of. her purchase of( the farm CAM N 4*
4 tuestlon ol- school libraries I I. of parents had designed wrong der' *. CfT-iot 'Aug. 28tm
Te the she ,
:. importance the 'the determination wOI't 'any, and be will. learn Elsie No'very news, I and th e events of the past few yean

.one that should be to seriously district considerediAnuptodatejichooLinaeltye and Is. loaded ; .., His parents,1; with much that" a farmer'ought to know "It could not be much worse,hop. ," 1.1* to henelfi': ,,,, ./ i----. , , ,, Lm.sene.u.
gilded from Mr.
lhancomnionaenae fa.I.r brplied.1'hCCItt2'EttF"NstiOOs1Bank the undertaking of
4. iMown ) was greatest '
does not fail in this particular although [peach ,this, his >father., in iI cutThlm off with, the p'rvrba' I in which my,father bad deposit my life, and it haa proved the bert.,*The -f u..s '.. :r

.-. ._d.numbr of volumes may be limited to.,disinherit him if friend hilling while', th.iad; .h.l. ,nIer.. ed motof his ready moneyfailed yesterday arm was iFver prettier or :ore prof. .1 I Ba ,55 SU7 Py JiL .ln
very seldom that..eVen hal The. doihg as he intended,- liv. -. and will not b.ble to pay.five table than now! I have 'nephew a I I '

dozen ''efercnee book are found a in to me a farm hand.lor Farm- Some days'later .met farmer Bol- cents on thcdOU., this; but niece and I namesake to be" proud of. sa..4 a q.--..,._, .)::: .S. .. ..... a :... --o.
:;the country school. of her fothin. ton in. town."What, kind of .'.rmt father tu ben .pcultilt wildly of( goodwill exist among ti* all In place of :=:i : -s. :

,:' i I.aveiage the best books.-Intelligently Bob read .tanl' was a will my nephew.make5 do ra thmk' late, .. tbe) .. both have the former ill will! and* _,.___1 II -..-....,.. 5 a .,.sa.m '
tat ad in he '.ked ,. Mi ccanptetelyruined him. Even theold Its list ofprogressive -- a _ _,_ .,p ,.,fl..e. a..
: studied are one of the I. her ., "w. ,1_ '._ one more name added to snm-- WI 5S.n., I! S .,.
I kIQd-Jeafed. dean,
diffusing education veb.t just by. ) ep. home and everything in-It will have to taptodate.farmer.- Triumph a U5SUS. ... ,...,,n a. aE'

'_and e.n if read in connection with the lessons fower. following IOW. -the occu- hey say.there but I he keep on like- hi'sbegun b sold.My. poor- father had not ..thequrage enough.for pne, we.OO1..n. >'Ike. J : : I
tion ,"t>etteV fannern :
r .on't ja and killed 4 4U'
b tQ
an under the teacher' direction sands ( be bade fair to the Jhes w sacs i poverty me.". zY : i
tone dayhe
county <
:;? himself 'J I do not know behind
help"the'pupil to form" hat b Wilbur wa thia.| And Jut then some one come
.a correct c. eplied. "T<*o'bad- tist Vrnlnl.
.literary lane.A to favorite among her 111"0. 'toough h'hat'tbe .,, I saw Lawyer her chair and bending over. kIsses her ii f fan.
and she resolved that tholal J j,th4 t .Eattnan and he tells me there will not =:: .:: .
often aayin..1"
tenderly .
4 'i-d book make an impression On I bag and .. Won't togo .,,- :
peach f in hi choice,>she b..p. be.luO. left after .ette "I the Iwlppiest man itt .allthe ] : : .
.. .the chid'. mind and wields a inflnce1 ; to '&the boua. Burning .hm'e..1 cal I met JJpb Evan am -very Elsie and ..11tb.t =.. :-i A ,. .st-A._._.:=.. 5"i :........ ..,; .,.
him Aunt
peach I from rtie rain o world. dear
color the whole after life t" K. .,' drove uwvOf I went right to Yousnns -.'. .,-i: i e____,____,_ 11eane.._.___,_ a } .ha. ..rn.awe. .
>erta from 11. cour and have lOwe t.01L .. .. .,.. ,.,. 5 ,
.: child will! read ) .rel" r.ul h Mrs Meredith's eyes the J'am .a..I V *w..a. 5SSeS&.n.n. ,,. ,..a ,
"What I .hed..b he houp'-EveryIbing;!!la in confusionthere.and.1 .leave while you'live.'ronrise. _._... I P 55. ISa S .isa
never u* .fl.s'
until it* car.cer. and tbougbt her.purch.. only saidTell: Wilbnr-1 to ..camebeet - _.. I ___,,___1 Pttinnaflfl* I _,,..

_ -become .". hin.Ho ;I for the spend.nexrSunday-meThen "Howterrible! "Twin' f)0- with And- she.55 promised.Health 5S wsa.maa.. .-. I : .-___-_-_-..._-_ S ._,,_, _,._ 15 ,

will uncotslentlou.I.c them.out.41, dian rt".bIO.-Weel la- blddin.1m lo morQ.abe turned at'-once." TAn<" rck Cr-wVe. __. ....,...,.fl. S ft .......,.......,. a -
\ 4 and uplifting the 'Mr Asb you and h.stl, *. _. l I .. ..., .,,,.. .. sa p. ,
of life ae. and. uplifttng She. them in the. best of hu- on'*on the wsy.. ." ?!t,! bet'ht'd< Clt cvlnl work: Ca1 Don '".worry.' = .: i 4.1 : :' :: a.. : :
.. ; -' they will his have a influence lines In Man S. ." "How r Is and Wilbur'getting when will *h ;with hom Ws. cone,..duria,' their' absence," she.joined ..Don't .hurry. ''Too'I \\r:1IiTvet.!! as a-_..-.. -.. t -__- .-_-_- .West mane.-------._....,_ _..,_., ' Si t..0. ',

.' ,;_4 .ouldin. r.a.orthat.right he should arts.. 1 you've. .-We".e come Elsie in 'such ex J.rmill she' *skedrafter, ,b': >,\, .1.uI'I brought, nephew.them'a-nd to the Black A.bto:Beauty home., soon On tardy as too slow? :: t: : I pnn
Don't evereat. nen..I P ,nea.-.jSaOa ctw..i...... a ,
have only' the literature and thisv "orld .fte .. do with Wil- .redlnc. :] .'p' t be way .Wilbur said, !I wired.Elmer': moderation be known to alt men." a- - a- ..., hat. ,..,,.,,...,.,.,T. C dt.
I J. very.frequently\ dose not have I left Us Won't 'try "Don't mention his name to me; .nd,Jack to returnal prepared to S ._: :
; choaoe for .1 I fresh air and night.O. 3pyppy .an&.s eLsa o enatus ann tu.' 'i ,
'% hm.el or form a tater wihout up'hi. absurd whim .ie. H ha di..c.a so. we remain here, They must go to .ork: Court the day, .,
4 : book*. f"dtl. ( ? 'Think of my ever .nd his 'father has John, .nd,1.rl probably e.r . if yon knew what.-vas In fresh. airr : ,,, --- uAwaz Lt* $ aOUDULZL -,

..Country"di.lrlc. 'arts often flooded Pla., colelebred. forbidden'him ever enter. thi*.house ittle- .acti As.(o mother Sleep and rest abundantly. Sleep, II

) 1 wlt thep trlh.lilht literature which and ., '- cm- .pia '. ,., 5- ..' soiL ,lh, girl. therain! someway ature't benediction. I2IL : ?: WTJ'
L all, if there i I. aoteal wearior. Overalls. 'Whatb.'hg'done7-----' but not know- what Is b.t : sI
absolutely nothing to read in most-of dr dir) k:'Whymity tbcnhetiIay1 hef wa) in WCan "lardly have them all .t Spend pach dajr.less

q ,. the Bible the nergie plo. own,* had the audacity to farm, even'if mother would consent to than you make. -
te. Ih "I. noli.tin. up ---' -- -. _J S
r ..". county . her* : : I is t a I tew. ane : farm rve ,".*- I ksr.-she" would "01' knowin" Be,cll..rru1", A, light ;tie(.rt rl'ves (
I .which In' .. Now # '"" gn. father felt it. Yout '
a mel r.>.y supplies th- ? with 1'.Ult a tow' poor1'' (.ong. Think 'only.'healthful: thought i
*new bI f the, -*' hould .him. or U it.a' choice potable lokin.old o.n' wouldhave advice i I. always Aan Elsie. Tel ."AI n Man.thinketh ,In Isis he.rt..1f. ,
mother c 1cIIIl45. . , ,....., .4.s.t
ai" The pupil them.dves could do much ) r t ,It ( ; though -if onlyourfsnsily.ttsd m* what I II he.? IL -'
t*> provide their'cbool with limited' lithe i stubborn unless.a I i* enr homefi*us the ."t will think it over,Witr. and talk "' '
-' Tnumber of book grow : it'. .. Just "Seek neaee-and pursue It.? -S XATPOZ73XQK J a
., ? b giving an'oeea- night. lie might b Van ]ioru'* and ,their niece, Miss with you''about :
don't be work
i .a : Work like a man but .
relieve .
> to
rIs'Were Wilbur" can
eater.lamen and charging a deal worse th. ;.bee. a'a now we mal dO.1 we '
$. .. ; proceeds being boy I |hink .Imt down-lit the' and aeu.nyut yner until after ed to> death.. t ' I-

'devoted to the purchase of nothing b bo.d.winter eestnt Ideneaq.| .nthin.. hv Out rig .sif; .it.was a.c4hiagSobe! 7d.fatberl1ra ot boy I I i Is Avoid passion and excitement. tno-

jy '%be standard books. This. into most h of I could have erica from' fYOI nent's .angeC nay-be.fataL, -
I '
V would very lon become one ,ot ". : .-..nor.b. o _"' his fatheli"-, was-so -,Af let-the',funeral,. .wth"i. Associate with healthy people Health' '

,best_ fe.u.: of the school if Judiciously Ibrr ttf-day clohop that as soon as they IhJtol: aunt'* help, bought. In<''be I ii contagion a* well as disease.-SelectBrown $mOBZ j I ? O'TV &w *
01 business' principles, Manyof' .nl..JcavS) the bosmc.a.si4 K and made his mother a present ol'it, ' ' w s,,,

.5s.- pend 'would *dM b f J not'only a pleasure cU -bred roeiv of.-: if It again. Wilbur packed hisMegs dmer and".Jack' prored.crkalp. ... .'1 I-I( '. f. Pt I' ),pee.waw 5nyrs ; ___ '

,; ; ,> ...fld a help to Ibe' their r -, r ( I h'galp by extensive ; .S.e* > h*' th&', JohnauditarJ7' .Uin. --!; ''and nt .. the German ISS &'1 flPI Is U .taa.H.Iw., ._ _.

parents also., wald' ,,1f pro- . How.: ,'..'amount of w.v'beW jtt4p, >$Jft?V. places a* errand boy, thus adding emperor says ho will never consent to : : ; '
1rcJaaltIfM one >f the ( the'eenerat fundL,ltabil l,helped '
c .to whet ) / knowledge Mhich''ean took bor.e"-, to. ; nite *10 his son enteririg.into a morganatic warn -
- 'i&Le: teacher and would become ) givIng mualJ.siaLwhilt-3lri . . \ Vtml-Bi** ? W elk-*. M
by WH
coon as II T u --IMIUI IIM" .". *** )'- "- **
-t- j .., ;v: J "tenf' ar factor. l''the .ld'.f'eutturs mona./ ; ,community* :We,.'of A Ao...nd Gertrude!t.. 'Jones fW -Oreat' Scott. man' Has S Mor-_ I sames5s..syde5s! a.*>*r".*?.".."UH.:. tu-u. *FrtM rr7t:5ri: ,

1' '.ment' .are ,1 public'libra- tow do world, ,sister, ought -4tsnt4ElsiO, eyes' ;.,, tb ll, gsa-' got a/ corner, ofc- royal*engage* u '- ?J. *" "" . .- -
"4 i thi ci'ie*. Let that the .: f ,/ farm life,' 'm.t /elative* t f toot- Yo 5. .lifluii+te. f : f; .HaW
flrrnncdhItt tents, re .
k_ .v ,, tai distant when alr' ly I de* ; .i ftrtf ifrml : ; !. ; ; ::? ; ( ,: : to 0 Steamship Pl3 .

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